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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY. OCT. X 1912.
I) you want to pnin tho r1-K-ft
am) -on I i in:- of your
injlo r '.'
A S: villus Account wild UB will
It -1 J on lo (Jo SO.
It is evidence f)f your ability to
takn car- of your own money,
and il-refor4 L.th-rs your
cUnur-' h vutli your employer.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
The "Torlc" lens la ground with a
deep, inner curve, which permits of
the lens being placed much closer to
the eye, allowing a wider range of
vision with no perceptible edges or
annoying reflections. The "Torlc"
lens is for particular people who want
the best and aro satisfied with noth
ing less. It costs a little more, .but
it is worth it. We fit the "Toric"
In eye-glass or spectacle.
Factory on the premises.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston ' Building - Fort Street
. j Over May' & Co.
. We naye Just received a car
load shipment of the well-known
which comprises a full line for
both Interior and exterior ar
Consult us about the varnish
you" will use. .
Levzers & Cooke,
177 8. KING ST.
is now locaterin its new build
ing. 11C-118 HOTEL STREET.
General Catering of the Highest
; Newly Opened
The German Nursery
(M. IJejfqfOssVi . ,
Flower Arrangements, Ferns, Palms
and Cut Flowers
PALM BUILDING, Tel. 4165
Nursery, 2222 Nuuanu, Tel. 1656
ANTON STANGE & BROTHER
.. German Confectionery and
All work done under the personal
supervision of our expert
1183 Alakea Street nr. Beretanla
P. John Hee will open the
at Pauahi street, near Fort, on
September 20. The cafe will be
open day and night.
Dr. T. MFTAMTJRA
Office: 1412 Nuuanu SU cor. Vineyard
Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. m.. 7 to 8
p. ,n. Sundays by appointment.
Residence: 50 N. Vineyard Street,
tir office. Telephone 2613; P. O. Boa
Erertliing In the printlm? Iln ati
Star-Bulletin, Alakea street; branch,
11 err hunt street
w isisjf sssaia
with the Ara-Notch in'
place of the bothersome
buttonhole 15c. each 2 for 25c
Cluett. Pcabody & Co.. Makers
Gearf Street, abpye Uaioa Sqttt e
European ?lan $1.50 a day up
American Han $3.00 a day up'
Weir '"steel .aid trick structure.
Evy comfo't and convenience.
Aliigb class bJtel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters,
Cable Address Trawets" ABC code.
JJdL Love, Honolulu representative.
SAU FRAIICISCO ,7"
Reinforced Coacratt BuIWIbb. 225 Roods. 2! first
cUsi etflnfl hoaus uithln I block. Rates S f . S t.ftft
to 8410 Btrtfas. F.LAA.W.TunJto.Pro.4llflf.
Newly Renovated Best ' Hotel
Tourist Trade SoWciUd
Rates Rf asonable
C. W. "SPITZ! - Proprietor
Pleasanton Hotel s
COMFORTABLE - REFINED
v Moderate prices
Corner Wilder and Punahou
Henri Jules Pincheu, Manager
Has prepared for the tour
ist business by the addition
of two more bungalows
beautifully furnished. They
are now ready for occu
pancy. MISS JOHNSON,
Emma, Above Vineyard
YOU CAN NOT DO BETTER
FOR YOUR HEALTH AND
COMFORT THAN TRY
Trains to the door
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
Says the Wise Bather
Largest Pacific Souvenir
Store in the World
HAWAII & SOUTH
SEAS CURIO CO.
Night and Day Phone: 1323
THE HARRISON MUTUAL
From 1 to 10 years old... $2.50
From 10 to o years old.
From o0 to 40 years old.
From 40 to 50 years old.
From 50 to GO years old.
J. D. Marquss, I'res.
J. H. Townsend, Secy
H 0.TE I
PULPITS TO HIT
thousands or pulpits in all
o; th- I'nited States, fake cures,
' tor (.rw.i.jii mil will he exixosed and j
i ioji(tJiif i (I on Tuberculosis Hay, Octo- J
I bM- . This i.s a part of the pro
i gram tor tin- movement announced to
i day by tb National Association for
!th- Studv and Prvw-Mion of Tubercu
losis. I Literature feriviii.tr;
; fraudulent and
lilejred "cuies" for;
; ( onsuiuptio!!
.nsumptio-i will be sent to clergy-,
! thc.-:e drugs and devices will be insti
tuted. The literature will be sent to
v v t . m iiv i 1 1 i uiui v in vj o: ii x. iu
clerjiyinen either directly from the
national association office in New
York or through the many state and
. local anti-tuherculosis associations
! tnrousiiout ttie country. It is esti
mated that over 100,000 clergymen
will be reached in this way.
From actual records on file in the
office of the national association, it
ri? estimated that the volume of busi
ness done annually by the various
concerns who sell fake remedies for
j tuberculosis amounts to well over
f$ 15,000,000. The number of these
remedies now Deing used as so-called
cures" is over 500.
Three classes of "cures" are distin
guished by the association. In the
; first class are included hundreds of
(devices and drugs. The second class
of "cures" includes the "institutes,"
'.'professors," or companies of "doc
tors," who, for a consideration, guar
antee to cure consumption by some
secret method of wbjeh they are the
sole proprietors. There are said to be
nearly 150 of these institute frauds in
the United States, cheating the people
out of millions of dollars annually.
In the third class of "cures" are
placed a number of home-made rem
edies, which either through ignorance
or superstition have been advanced as
treatments for tuberculosis.
None of these remedies will cure
consumption, declares the national
association. The only cure for tuber
culosis recognized by the national as
sociation consists of the combination
of fresh air, good food, and rest-taken
under the direction of a competent
An effort will be made in Honolulu
by the Anti-Tuberculosis Club to in.
terest the i local churches in taking
this matter up.
MARY FOR SEPTEMBER
iuv luuowiug. meteorological aata
for the month of September, 1912, was
compiled by the local branch of the
United States Weather Bureau r
Atmospheric Pressure (reduced to
sea level; inches and1 hundredths)
Mean, 29.99; highest, 30.08, date 29th.
Lowest, 29.90; date 18th.
Temperature Highest 85, date
13th; lowest 70, date 18th. Greatest
daily range 14, date 18th. Least daily
range 7, date 4th. Mean for this month
in 1890, 78; 1891, 80; 1892, 79; 1893,
77; 1894. 77; 1895, 77; 1896, 79; 1897,
78; 1898, 77; 1899, 78; 1900, 80; J901,
78; 1902, 78; 1903, 78; 1904, 78; 1905,
77; 1906, 79; 1907, 79; 1908, 77; 1909,
77; 1910, 77; 1911, 77; 1912, 78. Nor
mal for this month, 78. Absolute
maximum for this month for 21 years,
88. Absolute minimum for this month
for 21 years, 65. Average daily ex
cess for this month as compared with
the normal, 0.2. Accumulated defi
ciency since Jan. 1, 127. Average
dally deficiency since Jan. 1, 0.5.
Precipitation Total thi3 month,
Oi32. Greatest precipitation in 2i
hours, .12, date 2nd. Total tecipita.
tion this month in 1877, 1.12; 1878,
0.62; 1879, 0.65; 1880, 1.22; 1881,
1.56; 1882, 1.04; 1883, 0.36; 1884,
0.54; 1885, 231; 1886, 2.91; 1887,
0.72; 18S8, 2.95; 1889, 1.52; 1890,
0.69; 1891, 1.06; 1S92. 0.86; 1893,
1.2y; 1894, 0.77; 1904, 1.40; 1905,
1.82; 1906. 1.19; 1907, 0.30; 1908,
0.75; 1909, 0.75; 191, 6.40; 1911,
1.2; 1912, 0.32. Normal for this
month, 1.23. Deficiency of this month
as compared with the normal, 0.91.
Accumulated "deficiency since Janu
ary 1, 13.48.
Wind Prevailing direction N. E.;
total movement, 5351 miles; average
hourly velocity, 7.4; maximum veloc
ity (for five-minutes), 28 miles per
hour, from the Northeast, on the 5th.
Weather Number of days clear, 2;
partly cloudy, 18; cloudy. 10; on which
.01 inch, or more, of precipitation oc
Miscellaneous Phenomena Lunar
halo, 21st, 22nd, 24th.
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, Weather Bureau.
The Laurel Hill cemetery, in the
heart of the San Francisco residence
district, is to be removed, the bodies
interred elsewhere, and the land open
ed up for settlement. The cemetery
owners gave way to the demand of
& Skin uf Beauty is a Joy Forever
R. T. FELIX GOURADD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM 08 MAfilCAl BEAUTIFILR
Remove Tan. rimptss,
Ki-eckle. m Mctb I'atctii .
Ho.h, and kin I
aiid tvery binn's.
tn N-aiitv. u if
ties d-teel wT) . I.
ha- UOd I lie trif
of vt years. aiW
is s liurci v
tas:-it uibriirn i
). rfer'y ru. '
fett of iiuii.i:
lurnr. P. L. A
Svr tzii to
of tLi- bait
ton ia j'ietit ) :
A you 3i.t
wiil use tB-tn,
I rec i! m mend
i "iJoiirHrtl'f" Vrum' n th lisast h.n.fnl of il rljg
skiti rr;aitio.:-'. r r hy all dmi;:ir- and rancy
Goixls L ulrra Ic tbr 1'iiilrU Suta, Cuiada uj Europe
rMl. WW tuts 37 Erui Jones Street le
fo r I ri f a nts
Pon't Poison Baby.
CORTT YEARS AGO almost every mother thought her child must have
paregoric or laudanum to make it sleep. These drugs will produce sleep,
and a few drop too many will produce the sleep from which there Is
no waking. Many are the children who have been killed or whosp health hrv
been ruined for life by parecoric. laudanum and niornhine. earh of whirh ; a
narcotic product of opium. Druggists
narcotics named to children at all, or
"ir00-" The d-Bnitioa of narcotic"
and produces tleep, but tchich in poisonous doses produces stupor, coma, convul-
sions and death." The taste and smell
j viM4t mi
j guised, and sold under the nauies of " Drops, "Cordials," "Soothing gyrups,"
i etc You should not Dermit anv medicine to be e-iven to vonr rhUA
j y0u or your physician know of what it is
signature of utyY
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
"I have frequently prescribed Castorla for com
mon ailments of children with pood results."
W. A. Chandall, M. D.,
Buffalo, N. T.
A the father of thirteen children I crrtaioly
know aomethite about your greamedicine and,
aside from my own family experience, 1 have, in
my years of practice, found Caatoria a popular and
eJBcient remedy in almost every home.1
Wk. J. McCbank, M. D.,
Children Cry for Fletdher's Castorla.
In Use For Oyer 3 0 Years.
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. . LEGAL NOTICES. .
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Hilo Railroad Company.
Notice is hereby given that at the
annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Hilo Railroad Company held on
Wednesday, October 2, 1912, the fol
lowing officejs and directors were
elected to serve "during the ensuing
B. F. Dillingham
President and Director
L A. Thurston .1
Vice-President and Director
&rY? vsff -aitmirgr: . rvj: . . . . t
Sfcretary and Director
W. P. Dillingham.
Treasurer and Director
E. E. Poxton Auditor and Director
H. G. Dillingham Director
H. M. von Holt Director
E. H. Wodehouse .'. Director
rP. Klamo Director
H. G. DILLINGHAM,
Dated, Honolulu, October 2,' 1912.
5357 Oct Z, 10, 17
CUSTOM HOUSE, Honolulu, Col
lector's Office, Sept. 27, 1912. RA
TIONS FOR REVENUE CUTTERS
Sealed proposals for supplying rations
to vessels of. the Revenue-Cutter Ser
vice at Honolulu, T. H., and delivered
on board said vessels at that place at
such times and in such quantities as
may be required during the remainder
of the fiscal year ending June 30,
1913, will be received at this office
until 2 o'clock p. m., Thursday, Octo
ber 10, 1912, at which time and place
they will be publicly opened. Blank
forms of proposal, showing component
parts of the ration with specifications
and conditions, may be had upon ap
plication to this office. Proposals
must be submitted on this form. The
right is reserved to reject any or all
bids and to waive defects if it is
deemed for the interests of the Gov:
eminent to do so. E. R. STACKABLE,
Collector. 5357 Oct 3, 5, 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers. In Probate, Number
4541. In the Matter of the Estate of
Ezra Augustine Rowland, Deceased. A
document purporting to. be the Last
Will and Testament of Ezra Augus
tine Rowland, deceased, having on the
2nd day of October, A. D. 1912. been
preseiuea to saia iTODaie court, ana
a Petition for Probate thereof, praying
for the issuance of Letters Testamen
tary to Ella louise Rowland, having
been filed by Ella Louise Rowland: It
is Ordered, that Tuesday, the fifth
dav of November. A. I). l!12, at li
, i i. i- :i i ,
appoimea ine time ana piace tor prov- j
ing said -will and nearmg said appli
cation. (Seal.) By the Court: A. K.
AONA, Clerk. Dated, Honolulu, Oc
tober 3, 1112. Alexander Lindsay .Jr.,
j attorney lor petitioner.
535V Oct 3. 10, 17, 1'4
HOGE Ar Leilehi:?..
1. 1!M2. Wilson M.
I Wailuku, Maui:
and Wlicelinp. West
Il ease copy.
Japanese merciuuis ot the i; at
tended j diiiner a; the Ishiu-ro yes
terday eeniiu. .yiven in hoi:or of
Messrs. Mori. Akai and Kuritui. The
dinner was a farewell ti .Mr. Mori,
formerly acting consul In-re l"or ..'apan.
and to Mr. Akai. manager ot the Vo
Kohama Specie Bank, and tie- v.;.ni,-.
time took the form of a welcome to
Mr. IvurifiU, the new vice consul lor
uciocK u. in. m sa.u ua. a: me court-j (h(J pf.rsons thereto entitled and dis
room of said Court m the old V. M. ('. j charging petitioner and sureties from
A. buildmp m the City and County of a1 further responsibility herein: It
Honolulu, be and the same is hereby , is Ordered, that Mondav, the 28th day
and Chi Id ren Jf
are prohibited from sellinsr either of the
to anybody, without labeling them
b, "i, rtHeves pain
of medicines containing oninm Hi,
composed. Castorla does not con
"I find your Castorla is very beneficial In the
treatment of children's ailments.' "
F. Datis, M. D.,
"I object to what are called patent medicines,
where maker alone knows what atuff is pu tin them,
but I know the formula of your Castorla and advise
its use in proper cases. 1 judge it to be a very use
ful, as well as harmless family medicine."
M. B. Susa, M. D.,
Brooklyn, N. T.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
JOAO BORGES. Plaintiff, vs. JACIN
THA DE" JESUS BORGES. JACIN
THA BOTEILHO BORGES, MARIA
AM ARAL; JOSE BORGES. LUZIA
BORGES. MANGEL BORGES. MA
NOEL AMARAL and JOHN AMA
RAL "by F. SCIINACK their guard
Ian ad litem. MARIA MEDEIROS;
MARIE REIS. FRED REIS. JOHN
REIS, LOUIZ REIS, GEORGE REIS.
AND ADELINE REIS, by MARIE
REIS, their guardian ad litem. De
fendants. The Territory of Hawaii:
To the High Sheriff of the Territory
of Hawaii, fit his Deputy: the Sheriff
of the City and County of1 Honolulu,
or his Deputy:
You are commanded to summon Ja
cintha de Jesus Borges,- Jacintha Bo
theilho Borges, Marie Amaral, Jose
Borges, Luzia Borges, Manoel Borges,
Manoel Amaral and John Amaral by
F. Schnack, their guardian ad litem,
Maria Medeiros; Marie Reis; Fred
Rels, John Reis, Louiz Rels, George
Reis and Adeline Reis by Marie Reis,
their guardian ad litem, to appear ten
days after service hereof. If they re
side in the City and County of Hono
lulu, otherwise twenty days after ser
vice, before such Judge of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit as shall be
sitting at Chambers in the courtroom
of said Judge, in the Judiciary Build
ing, in Honolulu, to answer the annex
ed Complaint of Joao Borges.
And have you then there this Writ
with full return of your proceedings
Witness the Honortble W. J. ROB
INSON, Third Judge of the Circui
Court of the First Circuit, at Honolulu
aforesaid, this 4th day of April, 1911.
(Seal)' HENRY SMITH.
I hereby certify that the foregoing Is
a full, true and correct copy of the
original Summons which is now on
file in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of the First Judicial
Circuit of the Territory of Hawaii in
a cause entitled Joao Borges vs. Jacin
tha de Jesus Borges et al.
Dated, Honolulu, July 18. 1912.
J. A. DOMINIS.
Clerk, Circuit Court. First Circuit.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In Pro
bate. In the Matter of the Estate
of Yee Chin, late of Honolulu, de-
cfased. Gn reading and filing the
titIon and Accounts of Yee Yap.
ministrator of the Estate of Lee Chin,
late of Honolulu, deceased, wherein
petitioner asks to be allowed $1300
and charged with $1305. and asks that
the same be examined and approved,
mid that a final order be made of Dis
tribution of the remaining property to
Qf October, A. D. 1912, at 9 o'clock a.
in., before the Judge presiding at
Cuamers of said Court at his court-
room in the old Y. M. C. A. building, j
in Honolulu, County of Honolulu, be t
and the same hereby is appointed the j
time and place for hearing said Peti-
! tion and Accounts, and that all Der-
sons interested may then and there'
appear and show cause, if any they j
have, why the same should not be
granted, and may present evidence as
to who are entitled to the said prop-!
erty. By the Court: J. A. DOMINIS, j
Clerk. Circuit Court, First Circuit. '
Dated the 19th day ol September, I
V.12. (Seal.) I
5345 Sept 1!, L'! ; Oct 3. 10 j
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
j L W'.VriVE BROMO-QL'IXINE, re
i moves the cause. Used the world ovef
! to cure a culd in one day. E. W.
: GROVE" signature on each box. Made
jAJRlS MEDICINE CO, Saint Loui U. 3. JL
REGULATIONS GOVERNING USE j
OF THE 10" FUEL OIL PIPE LINE
OWNED BY THE TERRITORY OF
HAWAII AND LOCATED ON THE
HONOLULU WATERFRONT AND
Adopted by the Board of Harbor Com- i
j misaioners, September 11, 1912.
! Control of Pipe Line.
(1) The pipe line shall be under
j the control of the Board of Harbor
Commissioners, whose employees shall
j work in conjunction with the firms.
i corporations, or individuals using the
pipe line; so that every facility will
be secured for the prompt and accu
rate despatch of the delivery of oil to
or from ships or other users of fuel
I Charges for Use of Line.
I O v i- . v. . n . av i..
.f rur lue iirbi six mourns oi lis
use, the charge shall be at the rate
I of 'oiV. oer
I through ,h, li
barrel of oil pumped
ne either from ships to
tanlfs. or from tanks to ships, or other
users of fuel oil. After this period.
i .i v rfT frr t
shall be based to
1st. Cost of operation, mainte
nance and repair.
2nd. Interest on investment and
3rd. Refunding annually an
amount equal to 1-20 of bonded debt
for line, said charge to be deter
mined by the Board of Harbor Com
missioners. Permits to Use Line. .
(3) Permits to use the pipe line
will be granted only to those firms,
corporations or individuals who are
in a position to deliver oil to or from
vessels berthed at ' Government
wharves at a minimum volume . of
1000 barrels per hour.
Delivery of Oil To and From Vessels.
(4) To regulate delivery of fuel oil
to ships berthed at Government
wharves, no barge or oil tank, vessel
or other container, will be permitted
to discharge oil to, or receive oil
from any vessel berthed at a Govern
ment wharf in the Harbor ot JIono
lulu during such time as the 10" Fuel
Oil Pipe Line is in condition to prop
erly receive oil from or deliver oil
to ships berthed at 'wharves owned
or controlled by the Territory of Ha
waii. 4 -'iv-- u:'-r; ".
Chairman, Board of Harbor Commis
EMIL A.' BERNDT, - n
Secretary, Board of Harbor Commis
MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION.
Sealed Tenders will be received at
the Office of the Maul Loan Fund
Commission, at Wailuku; MauI. T.' H
until 9 o'clock a. m. Saturday, Octo
ber 12, 1912, and then opened, for, the
construction, according to plans and
specifications, of four reinforced con
crete bridges In the Lahaina District,
on the Maui Belt Road system.
Plans and specifications and other
information, -mayi b had upon applica
tion to R. A.4 Wadsworth, Secretary
of the Maui Loan Fund Commission,
or" at the office 6f the Superintendent
of Public Works, at Honolulu, T. H.
The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids. " -
Tenders , must be made on forms
furnished by "the Commission, .and
must be accompanied by jl certified
check amounting : to : not . le Is thn 6
per cent, of the amount of the tender.
R. A. WADSWORTH.
Secretary, Maul Loan Fund Commis
sion. ' H-1 --c
5348 Sept 23, 26, 30; Oct 3, 7, 10
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 m. of Thursday, October 3,
1912, for constructing Government
main road through Kullouou Beach
lots and Kullouou homestead roadr
Honolulu. - 1
Specifications and blank forms of
proposal are on file in the office of
the Superintendent of Public Works,
Capitol' Building. -
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or all
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, September 23, 1912.
Japanese Benevolent Society.
At the general meeting held on Sep
tember 28, 1912, he following officers
were elected for the ensuing year:
Rev. G. Motokawa President
Y. Mikami ...
j-G. Nakamura .
M. Komeya . .
H. V. Murray, M. D., will be absent
from Honolulu from October 4 to Oc-
tober 18. During his absence Miss L.
Mitchell has full power to collect bills
and sign receipts. 5355-lw
tire made on the latest London, Paris
and New York Custom Lasts.
REGAL SHOE STORE
Kino and Bathel Strt
P. H. BURNETTE
Commissioner of Oeedt tor Califor
nia and New York; NOTARY PUB
LIC; Grants Marriage Licenses. Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sals,
Leases, Wills, ate. Attorney for the
'District Courtt. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU, Phone UU. ,
House on Green St.,
$45 per month
House on Kewalo St.,
$75 per month.
24 BETHEL STREET
W. C. ACHI,
v ATTORNEY AT LAW
KapiolanI 8uildln ; Honolulu, f. '
E. G. Duisenberc
;78 jnerciiaiii sr'v r 3:ii
- Estimates Furnianed on iulldlnrx '
" . Bates Reasonable.
160 Hobai St, Oregon Bids. TsL J::3
May's . Old Koiia Cofrei
BE3T U THZ '. lARXT : '
H E N R M A Y & C O.
Phone 1271 ; ;
,.-"" . TH2
Brown A Lyon C,.Lti. '
ALEXANDER YOUNG DUILDINO
. "Everything In Books"
ORANGE BLOSSQM CA .V,
Thar Host jPopular Cdn&eJllxC.
i; ; -V"; ; ; on the Coast : . ' '
HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTD.
1024 Fort 8L i Telephone 1ZZ
Chose H. Frasior
Fhone 1371 m iiiT CJ.
BF. Dillingham Co.
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of
London, New York Under
writers' Agency; Providence
Washington Insurance Co.
4th Floor, Stangenwald Bldg.
1000 FEET -INCH
Extra Good Value 25 Ft $3.75
JAMES GUILD COMPANY
EVERYTHING In FURNITURE
Wire Bed Co,,
Corner Alakea and King St.
Your attention i3 called to the fact
that we have just received, by last -boat
from the Coast, a large shipment
of the bpst PORTO RJCO HATS. Reg
ular price, $5; reduced to $2.50. , v
THE LEADING HAT, CLEANERS
No. 20 Beretania SW nr. Nuuanu Ave.
FKLIX- TURRO, Specialist
' ' .'r