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HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN, TPESDA Y, OCT V, J 012.
I f Bl. a
Hawaiian 3rd dcjr r c.
Honolulu ( un ina inl n
K. 1., p. in.
l.il Alolia Chapter
All vIMtlng member of the
ord-r are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HONOLULU LODGE, 61C, It. 1'. 0. E.
Honolulu Ixnlge No.
616, B. V. O. Elks,
meets in their hall, on
King St., near Fort,
every Friday evening.
Visiting Brothers are
cordially invited to at
A. E. MURPHY. E. K
H. DUNSHEE, Sec.
Meet on the 2nd
and 4th Mon
days of each
month a K. P.
Hall, 7:30 p. m
Members of oth
are cordially in
vited to attend.
WJf. McKIKLEY LODGE, AO. 8,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Satur
day evening at 7:30 o'elock to
K. of P. Hall! cor. Fort and
Beretanla. Visltine brother
cordially Invited to attend.
A. F. GERT2, C. C.
F. F; K1LBEV, K. R. K
nojroiuiu aerie ho, f. o. e.
v.' i Meeta on second and fourth
j. Wednesday evening of each
A month at 7:30 o'clock. In
' K. of P. Hall, corner Fort
and Beretanla. Viattinv h
Invited to Attend. J$1t
WM. JONES VP
.. J. W. ASC$ P.
-lIAlTlillif WlSrHO.'h to. Wlf.
ri ; Meeta every first and third
- Tuesday of . each month In
f Fraternity Hall. I. O. O. F.
r V building. Vhitihg brothers
cordially , invited to attend
J. C SOUS A, Sachem.
LOUIS A. PERRY. C. of R.
- UOXOLULTJ LODGE SO. 800,
L. 0. 0. IT.
will meet in Odd Fellows' bnUdins,
Fort street, near King, every Friday
evening at 7; 30 o'clock. t .
Visiting brothers cordially invited
AMBROSE J. W1RTZ. Dictator. .
JAMES W.; LLOYD, Secretary.
MEETING , NOTICE.
. Oahu Lodge, I. p.
G. T.. will meet in the
roof gardenj'Odd Fel
lows' Bldg., first and
: third Tuesday & half-
past seven p. m.
GEO. V. PATY, Chief Templar.
lif Itonolnla irrre apiln swept
by a conflagration, could joa
collect your inscnincet
rtprrent the the largest and
strongest tire Insurance compa
nies in the world.
91000 lxt on Puunul Ave., adjoining
Oahu C. Club. 10,000 sq. ft.
5120010 acres farm land at Kalihi,
1 miles from King St. 100U
$10,000 acres at Fuunui, adjoin
ing Country Club. As a whole
Or In part
P. E. R. STRAUCH,
Waity Building 74 8. King 8trot
INSURANCE COMPANY OF
96 King Street, Cor. Fort Street
. . Telephone 3529
Coniph-fe 1ki nf tm!.s and ap
phancrs. 1 'at rns tin wood and
!iilh r ready for lnjniitiir. Wry
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort, Near Hotel
Federal Telegraph Co.
(Poulsen Wireless System)
Quick and Accurate
1055 Alakea Street
Now handling messages, code and
otherwise, under same terms as cable
company, only that we are 10 cents
a word cheaper.
Office Open Week days: 8 a. m. to
11 p. m. Sundays: 8 p. m. to 11 p. m.
Telegrams Go At Night!
Delivered Next Morning
We Solicit Your Business
WAS awarded highest-
At the recent Calif o-!v HONORS
Fair held at SacrAlIIa State
4 GOLD AWARDS rjaiento:
A BLUE Rip
-rniBOK AWARD and
r A CASU PRIZE
Geo. C. Bechley,
VON HAMM-YOUNG CO LTD.
Importers, Machinery and
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
Cor. King and Bishop Sts.
Office i 2137
Auto Supply Dept 3817
Auto Salesroom 3268
Merchandise & Machinery. 2417
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK
on your Automobile and tvo
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL
Phone 1823 Kapiolanl Bldg
P. H. BURNETTE
Commissioner of Deeds tor Califor
nia and New York; NOTARY PUB
LIC; Grants Marriage Licenses. Draws
Mortgages,' Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT 8T
HONOLULU, Phone 1841, ,
Every Woman anrl Girl Should
Correct Any Thinning of the
Blood and Prevent
j Don. ! n ii one of ihe crnt
j eii.-:i):i ot growing ?i j ! anl yimg
VdCu-n. fN stealthily aii'l gradually
! lo it at:1;,-t tia that the l;:-eae ii
often well alv3!J'l I iore it i. deUvt-
m. I ii-rc:i.re i,t is iiiiportui:t f n te (
the tirt yij!ptii:fi an I check the tbm-
liillg Oi tJt" Sltw 1.
.Mrs. a' - . r.or",n:'i, of Frazep,
Minn., who cured lurx-lf with Ir.
Williams' l';iik I'iiid iur Tale lVoi!ef
" Wisen I wai atit twrlvo yrars oM
I fcok a severe col.l, which Icit mo in
n v.akfn i conhti.n. I thought noth
ing of it r.t lirst hut kept r ttin; weaker
Until I wai coiifincd to my U-i for a
day or h at a time. I wan iale and
did have a particle of o.lnr. I had
rr--n- UI..V Willi U iailillll M'll-
. i i - i.i . i7 t .
nation ami became ro tn k that I hal to
ami I ate hardly enough to keep me
from Htarvinjr, parents tluujrht I
was goinjr into qniek consumption and
weri alarmed at my condition.
"I tried different remedies without
relief until I inan taking Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Tills. They had cured a
cousin, w hen Fhe was auffering as I did,
and my parents decided to have me
try the pills They proved tho turning
point in my life for I pot wei! in a short
time. I have never had to use the
medicine since and can trntlifully say
that Dr Williams' Pink Pills were the
means of giving me my present good
TiiesHi pills makefile new blood that
dispels the ''always tired" feeling and
the continual backaches. Tiiey banish
headaches, low spirits and fits ,of ner
vousness. A helpful booklet, "Building T the
iJlood, will be sent free to any add
on request. It will show you wjy
Williams' Pink Pills Imre? i f .
in cases like your owr'x"wlllP"8Led
Dr. WillUmaU'- ,
peatedly cyy' 1 1 n k j 'ill s nave
nenraimaved atifemia, indigest
tjjm .ii., Mtus aance, rneuma
lumbaco and sciatica. All drug
gists pell them or they will le sent by
mail, postpaid, on receipt of price, 60
cents per box; six boxes for $2.50, by
the Dr. "Williams Medicine Co., Schen
ectady, N. Y.
POT UP BARS
By C. S. AL&ERT
Special Slar-Bullcstin Correspondence
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 25.
The Department of Agriculture did
not lose much time in proclaiming a
quarantine against Hawaiian fruits
and vegetables. This was expected
in view of the continual agitation and
pressure brought to bear by Pacific
Coast Senators and Representatives.
For many months they have labored
early and late to accomplish this re
sult. The fact that the quarantine be
came effective immediately was some
thing of a surprise. It was to be ex
pected that virtually all Hawaiian
fruits would be included. A, number
of vegetable were also added to the
list. The impression prevailed that a
few weeks would be allowed during
which shippers might send their sur
plus or packed stock to Pacific Coast
ports. Otherwise, the quarantine was
regarded as inevitable since the ad
journment of Congress.
The action is justified by Depart
ment of Agriculture on the basis that
determined efforts are being made by
experts to exterminate the Mediterra
nean fly, which has caused all the
trouble. Its habits are being studied
in the Hawaiian Islands and careful
reports prepared for future guidance.
Experts in Australia are seeking a
parasite which will prey upon the
fly and destroy it.
Officials here promise that the ut
most diligence will be exercised and
all possible efforts made to eradicate
the Mediterranean fly and thus per
mit the removal of the quarantine. No
prediction is made as to how much
time will be required. Experience
has demonstrated that these process -
oc am c Au- iiiinnir rno nprinn nr i
elimination Hawaiian fruits and veg
etables must necessarily find other
markets than those afforded on the
Pacific Coast. To that extent the pro
ducers of California and other Coast
States will be temporarily benefitted.
When the preparation of the Agri
cultural appropriation bill was begun
last winter the Pacific Coast Senators
and Representatives started a cru
sade against the introduction of the
Mediterranean fly from Hawaii. It
was at first proposed to allow $60,000
for the extermination of the pest. The '
CaHfornians insisted that examination
of incoming products should apply al
so to the Atlantic seaboard, but that
was prevented. The amount as fin
ally carried in the Agricultural bill
was whittled down to $35,000.
Just before Congress adjourned a
bill was passed creating a board to
examine oncoming nursery stock and
other shipments. Authority was also
given to quarantine against supposed
ly infected fruits and vegetables. It
was under this conferred power that
the quarantine against Hawaii was
Demonstrations daily in .T. M. Levy
& Co.'s grocery store, King street, be
tween the hours of 9 and 10:30
o'clock. Voltite electro-plating pow
ders, in Cold. Silver, Nickel, Tin and
Bring , along any article of metal
you desire plated; no charge to you.
;KXEV.. Switzerland. October 7.
A dispatch from Ouchy to the Jaurnal
dr Genevp rpitnn rh rUn,K tt,.
! pea( e treaty agreed upon by the Italian
j.jiu mihisii ueiegaies.
! awaits ratification by the
two govern -
ir.ents and is expected to lead to
, l.nmediate armistice.
The terms a:e:
1st Absolute sovereignty or Italy in
Libya without formal recognition mere
cr Italy by Turkey.
-nd Free exercise of religious au
thority by the Kha if. as in HosniM
.j .trd-Turkey to witha
raw, her regu-
1 1q- tmnnc V I J .
I3i troops from I.ibva
,.h , .
eimvaient to Libya's contribution to
the Ottoman treasury.
rth Restitution of the captured is
lands from Turkey, with safeguards
for the Christian population.
tfth No indemnity payable by eith
er side toward the cost of the war.
7th Re-establishnlent of diplomatic
rnd commercial relations between the
Slight changes in the style of naval
uniforms wili cost each officer in the
seivice from $300 to $500, according to
officers who are protesting against the
n?vy department's latest sartorial
The changes just Inaugurated
lengthens the boat cloak and frock
ceat and orders a velvet collar for'lho
clcak. The officers claim that the
alterations are without justification.
Among the changes are the follow
ing: Shoulder straps abolished for all
officers: on white service coat and
mess jacket shoulder marks are re
placed by metal insignia on tongue of
same cloth; epaulet insignia rearrang
ed; no buttons at bottom of the coat
tail of the frock coat; In front five
buttons in each row Instead of six,
buttoning four, the fifth to he wholly
visible; no buttons at bottom of even
ing dress coattails; blue evening
waistcoat abolished and white substi
tuted; boat doak to readh two inchgs
below knee,- velvet collar: full-dress
belt to be woven goid Instead of em
troidered; linen pilars to be standing
ftind, no turn-down or wing collars
permitted; sleeve buttons of plain
gold; shirt bosom studs not more than
one-quarter inch in diameter.
Germany today accepted the aiaend
ed draft of the declaration of the Eu
ropean Power to Turkey and the Bal
kan mountain states. It now embod
ies the Austria-Hungarian proposal lor
a clearer definition of the intention ot
the Powers, which ask for a larger
measure of home rule for the Europ
ean provinces of Turkey.
Sunrise this morning, the day of the
opening of the world's baseball cham
pionship series, in New York, found
over 500 men and boys lined up at the
Polo Grounds, sitting around bonfires,
afterwaiting all night for the first
chance at the upper 4000 grand stand
seats on sale at nine o'clock
Announcements were made at Lon
don today through the various sport
ing papers and magazines, that a
match between Georges Carpentier
and Bombardied Wells has finally
been aranged to take place at Monte
Carlo some time next February.
The Balkan States situation has
been considerably changed by Tur
nkey's eleventh-hour surprise announce
ment of her willingness to grant a
gjeater measure of self-government to
Rcumelia and Macedonia.
Eight privates of Battery F, Third
United States Field Artillery, were in-
;J" v pl-i
! shell today at Tobyhanna. Pennsjl-
I x i ...Atv.nnrt flvilneinn of o
MANILA. P. I.. Sept. lit. That there
was a slieht decrease in the number
of Chinese, Japanese and Spanish, but
a heavv increase, amounting 10 iv pci
cent., in the number of East Indian
immigrants coming to the islands, is
the most noticeable feature in the re-
. , .... .. .;o- nnantr.j-l
pon prepared u ia a... I
during the fiscal year 1912.
During the fiscal year 5315 Filipinos
departed from the islands. "889 going
to the cane fields in Hawaii. To off
set this drain. 1194 Filipinos return
ed from abroad. American citizens to
the number of 4402 left the islands,)
while 4311 entered during the fiscal
There entered 0539 Chinese. 7S0 less
than in the fiscal year 1911. and 75S7
departed, 10 less than in 1911. the de
partures thus appearing to be 104S
greater in number than the arrivals.
This loss is. however, only appar
ent, as the number of Chinese depart
ing without intention of returning was
h-ss by S79 than the number of Chi
nese arriving with the intention to
make their future home here.
COME TO HAWAII
1 0. SMITH
The isit of Walter (. Smith to Se-
l ?1l!p rpl)lti1 in rha tnl l-v f n v : mm n
I Seattle paper ot September
Walter Gilford Smith, representing
the Hawaii promotion committee of
j Honolulu, arrived in this city yester-
!T,av afternoon from Portland, where
! no nas d'ivereu seveial illustrated
'. lectures during the nast forthni?ht
j Tne - R- & Company is arrang-
1 in? '-tures ror nim Here, the first of
I wnicn be Riven before the Cham-
; i'i or I orameree next Friday evening,
j He shows slides and motion pictures
toi a lecture called 'The Hawaiian
Explaining his mission last nicht.
Mr. Smith said: "Our people want to
?et into closer touch with the North
west generally. We have growing
commercial relations -with the Sound
and are getting about l." per cent, of
cur tourists from here. Hawaii is the
natural winter playground for the
Northwest, being in easy reach from
here in the North Pacific, just with
in the tropic of Cancer.
Cuts Both Ways.
"On the other hand, this is the nat
ural summer playground for the rivh
white folk of Hawaii, about 10 per
ctnt, of whom travel somewhere, gen-
Close Newspaper Friends.. -"
2 m Jl now have a
'fAuw journalistic, connection
F tue Northwest. Our editors gen
flly come from this part or th'
ccimtry. Roderick Matheson, editor ot
the Advertiser, a morning paper,
which was established at Honolulu
fifty-six years ago, is a Western Cana
dian. Riley Allen, formerly or the
Post-Intelligencer, is the editor cf the
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered of Record Oct 4, 191, from
Kaimuki Land Co Ltd to Trent Tr
Co Ltd D
Rudolph Heydenreich and wf to Ida
M Pope .. D
Frederick Waldvogel by Atty to W
Tin Yan .AM
Hehena and hsb to Emma Apana..D
Simon Rodrigues and wf to Johan-
ne H Correa . . , M
Maria A Roza and hsb to Antonio
Henry E Cooper by Regr Notice
Lily Crabbe and hsb to Geo J Wond.D
Mary N Lee Hoy and hsb to Geo J
William Davis and wf et al to Geo
J Wond ..D
Emily Dutro and hsb to Geo J Wond.D
Rosie McCarty and 'hsb to George
J Wond .....D
Est of Francisco de Arruda by
Admr to Tr of Maisie Brown et
Maisie Brown et at. by Tr to May
K Brown et al : . ; . V . . . D
W W Chamberlain by Atty to Eric
J Gay. ...,Rel
Court of Land Registration
Jennie Hair to Henry Waterhouse
Tr Co Ltd ....AM
Entered of Record Oct ", 1912, from
Pukaua Moku and hsb to Mrs Malle
Mrs Kalani Keawekanuha to Ka
K Tofukuji to First Bank of Hilo,
Elvira M R Smith to Mrs Mary E
Mary Kaihenui and hsb to First
Bank of Hilo, Ltd ....M
Kyusaka Kayama and wf to Shiro
Sokabe and wf DA
L" Bennett Namakeha to J Garcia.. D
Est of Augustine Enos by Trs to
Maui Meat Market Ltd ...L
Tuck Chan and wf to Harry Asiu..D
Harry Asiu and wf to Sarah S De
Naiheauhau to Alice K Spencer ....D
Mary. E Sunter to First Trust Co
of Hilo,. Ltd, Tr D
Nagata Tamakichi to Hawaii Pre
serving Co, Ltd CM
Kaulla (w) to Tr of Est of James
Court of Land Registration.
Bondholders of Dowsett Co Ltd by
Trs to City and County of Hono.
lulu , ParRel
Dowsett Co, Ltd, to City and Coun
ty of Honolulu D
Entered of Record Oct. o, 1912, from
Charles M Cooke, Ltd, to Grace T
Charles G Macomber and wf to Tr
of Annie T K P Smart ...I)
E Faxon Bishop tr to Waikapu Ag
ricultural Co, Ltd D
G L Samson and wf to Chang Chin.D
Sylvano Nobrega to Frank E
Entered of Record Oct 7, 1912, from
m. to 10:30 . m.
George I to Naea opio D
Toichiro Hirata et als to Frank Sa
Rosa V Heeb and hsb to Francisco
V Toledo I)
Do Rego & Edwards Auto Co to Vol
cano Stables & Transport Co,
E Kohara, to Volcano Stables ' &
Transport Co, Ltd CM
Dorris C Lewis to Volcano Stables
& Transport 'Co. Ltd CM
1 H Ono to Volcano Stables &
Transnort Co. Ltd CM
iohn T slns lo Volcano Stables &
j Transport Co. Ltd CM
("has X Marquez to K (i Duisen-
F E Thompson tr to Wong King tr.D
Frank Leialoha et al to M Fukushi-
Constantino C de Sousa and wf to
Jose C de Sousa D
M Nashiwa to von Hamm. Young
Co, Ltd CM
TO CURE A COLO IH ONE DAY
Take Laxative firomo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS UEDICLNS CO, St. Uuifc U. 3 A.
C. Q. Yee Hop
, MEAT MARKET AND
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan &Co.,
BETHEL AND KING STS.
Fine Line of Dry Goods
Wan Ying Chong Co.
King St Ewa Fishmarket
Grand Clearance Sale
KWONG SING LOY
King Street - Near Bethel
H;flhest Quality of Material and
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.
i 1051 Fort Street
in Handsome Greys
W. AHANA, .
62 sOUTH KING STREET
The Wong Wong Co.,
BuMder nc Contractors '
OfQce: Maunakea SL
L Chong & Co.,
Matt res' Upholstering and Fur
22 BER'ETANIA, nr. NUUANU
You'll find what you want at the
i Nuuanu and King Streets
Wing Chong Co.
KING ST NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture, Mattress
esf etc etc All kinds of KOA
and MISSION ' FURNITURE
made to order.
NEW DRUG STORE
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel SL, at end of Bethe!
Well stocked with New Drugs
THE BICYCLE DEALER and
REPAIRER, has moved to
.180 KING STREET ;
New location Red front, near
Young Bldg. Telephone 2518
Telephone S197 P. O. Box 70S
182 Merchant St., near Alakea
HONOLULU, T. H.
-Japanese Provisions and
Nuuanu St., Near King St.
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE BEST MILK
FOR ALL PURPOSES
Your Grocer Sells It
See the New Panorama Books
A. B. A R L E I G H & CO.
Hotel, Near Fort
For GENERAL OFFICE STA
TIONERY and FILING SYS
TEMS, call or write to us and
we will fill your wants.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., LTD.
931 FORT STREET
SLir-Bnlletln Ads. arc llest Business
50- Horses -50
Due From Seattle October 13
WORK HORSES and BROOD )
PAINTING A SPECIALTY
Wright - Hustace
KING AND SOJJTH
MILTON A PARSONS A
Telephone 3083 1112 Fort fct j
Boston Block : Second Floor
Importers of Lace, European
and Fancy Goods
HOTEL, NEAR FORT '
NOW ON DISPLAY
Nuuanu Street, Nar Hotel
: BUY YOUR V -
J AC O B 80 f , B R O 8.
Pantheon BJock ' Hotel 8L
M. A. GUMST & Co.- Aqts.
WHEN YOU WANT FENCE .; I
; 8EE v-'- . '
' . j
WILL DO IT
AND REAL ESTATE
OLIVER . G. LANSING
80 Merchant Street
ruw in i
Exclusive Yet Inexpensive Headgear
Harrison Blk Fort SL, nr. Beretanla j
Only establishment on the Islari ;
quipped to do Dry Cleaning, l.tliat
PHONE 3350. ( 3ritL
IF TOU WISn TO ADVERTISE lt't"
5EWSI1PBS Jout t
Anywhere at Anytime, Call On or Je '"
E. C. DRAKE'S ADYEBTISIK0 e
124 Sansome Street San Franclse :ty.
High Class Imitation ; t
GEO. S, IKED A
Tel. 2500 70 Merchant :