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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 1912.
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Earned
$16 a Week;
Left a Fortune
K-r-!itly a feamtf-r in NVw
York li-l W-awng a fortune of
J1',vmi His w-kly ai!('Sfrc
n T ovr 510. I Sut n- Ktaru-d
to siivi' a linle i-ach wcpk, as a
youni- man, and vvas rifr in
uauf a Hingis day m his life.
Why don't you t-tart saving?
We will pay you iritt-n-sf on th
inon- yen deposit with uh.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
CapJtaJ-3urpluf $1,200,000
yes Examined,
Glasses Supplied
Factory on the Premises
i4. iV. Sanford,
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May A Co.
The .Varnish -of. highest quality.
Made for finest work in resi
dences, office buildings, hotels
and all structures where quality ,
counts.
SATINETTE
The perfection V , I
White Enamel
i ..
SOLD BY
LeWers & Coolie,
Limited. ;
177 8. KING 8T.
T
Undertaking. CoM
-.''- Limited -: . ,
, NFflht and Day Phone: 1325
v 71 BERETANIA
MEMBERSHIP FEES
THE HARRISON MUTUAL
BURIAL ASSOCIATION -From
1 to 10 years old... 2.50
From 10 to 30 years old. . . 3.50
From SO to 40 years old... 4.50
From 40 to 50 year old. . . 5.50
From 50 t6 60 years old... 6.50
J. D. Marques, Pres.
J. H. Townsend, Secy
The
PALII CAFE
is now. located in. its new build
ing. 116-118 nOTEL STREET.
General Catering of the Highest
Class
Newly Opened
The German Nursery
(M. TeJfolos$y) , . ,
Flower Arrangements, Ferns, Palms
and Cut Flowers
PALM BUILDING, Tel. 4165
Nursery, 2222 Nuuanu, Tel. 1656
ANTON STANGE & BROTHER
German Confectionery and
Fancy Bakery
All work done under the personal
supervision or our expert
1183 Alakea Street, nr. Beretanla
Phone 3793
Cafe Opening
P. John Hee will open the
COSMOPOLITAN CAFE
at Pauahi street, near Fort, on
September 20. The cafe will be
open day and night.
Dr. T. MIT AMUR A
Office: 1412 Nuuanu St, cor. Vineyard
Telephone 1540
Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. m , 7 to 8
p. m. Sundays by appointment
Residence: 50 N. Vineyard Street,
bit office. Telephone 2C13; P. O. Box
142.
$1000-
40 Cow Feed Plant
25 - thousand gal.
Pump ,
1 00-tonEnsilage Silo
No. 16 Bailey Feed
Cutter .
30-f t Feed Elevator
4-6 Gasoline Engine
100 - gal. Water
Heater
Milk will soon be
- 12 l-2c
SEP. H. PARIS
Towels
V O II
35 Cents
HANDY ROLLS
150 towels to the roll.
Made of tough tissue.
Best paper towels on the mar
ket. Hawaiian News Co.
Limited
Alex. Young Building
ew
' ON SALE '
Arts & Crafts Shop,
Pantheon Block, FortSt.
Henna Bakery,
has the best Home-made Bread,
German Pretzels and Coffee
Cake. Be sure and ring up 2124.
1129 FORT STREET
FOR SALE
A . 4-bedroom house and well-Im
proved lot on Pua St $2800.,
A cottage and lot (100x100) planted
in bearing fruit trees, in Nuuanu
tracL SIQC0. , A bargain.
A few good-sized cheap lots on Gu
lick St., Kalihi, at from $150 to $525
each. Easy terms.
Half a dozen cheap lots in Nuuanu
tract at original prices.
FOR RENT.
A 4-bedroom, mosquito-proof house,
with all latest improvements, in the
choicest part of Kalihi. $35. '
By-Oct 1, a brand-new, partly-furnished,
mosquito-proof cottage, with
sewer connection, gas and electric
lights, alongside Kam. Boys' School,
one block from car-line. $35.
J. H. SCHNACK. 137 Merchant Street
REGAL SHOES
are made on the latest .Londoa, Paris
and New York Custom Lasts.'
QUARTER SIZES
REGAL SHOE 8TORE
Kino and Bthl 8tret
USE THE ISLAND
WIRELESS
IN YOUR BUSINESS
Office: Telephone Building
RHETMAT1C SUFFERERS
RELIEVED.
Rheumatic pains are aggravated by
cold, damp weather and many hard
working, middle-aged people are
made miserable during much of the
winter and spring months by reason
of this. Their suffering may be very
much relieved, and in many cases per
manently, by applying Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and massaging the parts
with the palm of the hand at each ap
plication. This relieves the pain and
makes sleep and rest possible. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., Ltd., agents for Hawaii.
Goods
SHE SUFFERED
TEN MONTHS
Mrs. Blankensbip Tells of Her
Restoration to Health by
Lydia . Pinkh&m's Veg
etable Compound.
Elliston, Vs. "I feel it my duty to
express my thanks for what Lydia E.
Pinkham s Vegeta
ble Compound has
done for me. I was
a sufferer from fe
male troubles and
bad been confined in
bed over one third of
my time for ten
months. I could not
do my housework
and had fainting
spells so that my hus
band could not leave
me alone for five minutes at a time.
"Now I have been restored to health
and it has come from taking Lydia E.
Pinkham 's Vegetable Compound. When
ever I see a suffering woman I want to
tell her what this medicine has done
for me and I will always spak a good
word for it" Mrs. Robert Blank
enship, Elliston, Va., Montgomery Co.
Was Helpless Now Well.
Trenton, Mo. "About two years ago
I had female trouble and inflammation so
bad that I was literally helple&sand had
to be tended like a baby. I could not
move my body or lift my foot for such
severe pains that I had to scream. I was
Very nervous and had a weakness -
"Lydaa E. PinkhanTs Vegetable Cora
pound h&a belped : me to such? an extent
that I thjnk' there is no medicine like it
for female troubles. I am up and able
to do my .work again and: I give you full
ermiosian to publish ray letter for th
sake of utber suffering women4,'-Mrs
w.TPLELL,S20-10th StjTrentcm, Mo.
CMC
: MM '
120 LOTS 40 by 80 feet for
sale at Kalihi, right on King
Street, neaf the ' Kalihi bridge.
Prlcea range from $350 to $509
a lot- ' . ; r
Liberal discounts will be al
lowed for cash.
Terms are very easy.
Inquire of
Kalihi Poi
and
Land Co., Ltd.
1. 'v
or to
W. CAchi
FREE TO
ASTHMA SUFFERERS
A New Horn Cm Tktt Avon Cab Um With
out Dwcemfort or Lot of Time.
r Wo bare a New Method that cures Attbma.
and we want you to try it at our expefise. No
matter whether your case It of JoDe-etandtng or
recent deTelopaent, whether It Is present aa
occasional or chronic Aithma. our method Is au
absolute cure. No matter In what climate you
live, no matter what your age or occupation, our
method wui certalniy cure you right In your on o
borne.
We especially waol to send It to those appar
ently hopeless cases, wlirre all forms of Inhalers,
douches, opium preparations, fumes, "patent
smokes." etc., have failed. We want to show
everyone at our own expense that this new
method will end all difficult breathing, an wheel
ing, and all those terrible paroxysms at once and
for all time.
This free offer Is too Important to neglect a
slnrle day. Write now and begin the cure at
once. Send no money. Simply mall coupon be
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FREE ASTHMA COUPON.
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Send free trial of your method to: gtjg
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PhotcEnTraiim? of highest
rau be e ured from Hie SLir-Balletiu
Factory
CHAMBER SHIES AT
CHANGING CANAL NAME
Honolulu business men are as canny
as Scots when a new fancy is flashed
at them, and so it happened that the
Chamber of Commerce yesterday shied
at the request of the Spokane cham
ber to endorse its recommendation
that the name of the Panama Canal
be change1 to "American"' Canal.
Past President E. I. Spalding said,
when the Spokane letter and resolu
tion were read, that he saw no objec
tion to the name Panama. The canal
crossed the Isthmus of Panama, hence
the name seemed quite appropriate.
"We should be cautious," said Mr.
Spalding, "until we know what other
chambers of commerce on the Pacific
Coast think about it."
C. 11. Cooke then moved that the
secretary write to the chambers of
San Francisco, lxs Angeles and other
Coast cities, and ascertain what they
think of the proposal. This was car
ried unanimously.
Vice President Frank C. Atherton,
presiding, spoke briefly of the recent
conference at Hilo. saying the full re
ports in the newspapers made it un
necessary to go into details. "A very
good spirit of cooperation was evi
dent there," Mr. Atherton said. "It
was a good get-together meeting. A
proposal was made to organize a Ter
ritorial chamber of commerce, which
was referred to the different commer
cial bodies represented. An invitation
will be issued by the trustees of this
chamber for the conference of next
year, which is to be held in Honolulu
the last week in September, Regatta
week. The secretary has Suggested
that a special committee on the con
ference should be appointed."
It was agreed that it was too soon
to appoint the committee now, but
that the matter should be kept in
mind. ,
An invitation to members to attend
the flag-raising at Liliuokalani school,
Kaimuki, on , Friday afternoon next,
was received and filed, v
r W. H. HoogB resigned from mem- J
bership. M
Those attending were F. C. Ather
ton, E. I. Spalding, E. II. Wodehouse,
C. H. Cooke, K. JfcJ. Paxton, J. D. Dqle,
F. Klamp and IL, P. Wood, secretary.
I. W. W. THREATEN TO
; . JNgAQfMM NOW
Coming tC-Joiri hVtije IJUpaam
paign and speak on the" street corn erg,
the Industrial Workers of Jthe World
are, going to invade Honolulu, accord
log to their "advance agentT who ar
rived, iiere a few days ago. This "lead
er." as he calls himself,. caused: con
siderable trouble' in San Pi ego recent
ly by announcing that, he and -other
members of the aggregation- were o
ing to speak on. the , streets in a cam
paign to further their. purpose. . And
now he .coineVl t :ilonoluu , lookiag
oyer the lay pt th. land with the ob
ject of stirring up something here, He
said that Sheriff Jarrett should be ex
pecting ' a visit from him when 'he
Informed :iiNtJln "bunch; pt, trodble
maker? could1, be" expected here soon
to dispense political muste and do the
soap box act oh the street corners. -
According toVarretL tbe one way to
handle a gang like this Is to let .them
tnlk all Ahey want to, and be believes
that if they were given this privilege
they would soon -forget all. about, it.
The last place in the world whm the
"f Won't Workers'" would be able to
get a footing" would bi in Ilonoiuiu.
dufault, noted tenor,
, revels;aT;:wajkiki
M. Paul Dufault, the tenor, who
will appear with Countess de Cis
neros and James Lieblirrg tomorrow
night at . the Hawaiian Opera House,
is an excellent swimmer and has been
reveling in the excellent' sea bathing
at the beach.
After several months spent in New
Zealand and Australia, where it 'was
either too hot or too cold to swim,
Dufault received the news with joy
that he could swim to his heart's con
tent here and not endanger his
health or voice.
Tne surfboard has its fascination
for bim, but he has not tried to ride
a breaker yet, although he declares
he will before he leaves the Islands.
He thinks it is best to postpone the
adventure until his concert engage
ment is over, in case he should have
bad luck, as many other new begin
ners do, it will not interfere, with his
appearance Friday and Monday even
ings.
Tickets are on sale at the Hawaii
Promotion Committee rooms.
DOLL BRIDE WILL
BE WELL ATTENDED
Mary Ellen, the doll bride, will be
attended by one hundred bridesmaids
and flower girls. This will probably
be the largest bridal party which has
ever been witnessed in the Islands,
and especially so in doll-land. When
one comes to think about it, one hun
dred pretty girls at a wedding would
cause quite a sensation, and just what
one hundred daintily-dressed dolls can
do will be known Saturday, when the
King's Daughters hold their sale at
the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
"Duke Kahanamoku's" wedding suit
is progressing nicely, and he has
quite recovered from the shock of
yesterday, for it would certainly be
disastrous fo be married in bathing
trunks!
LESS BOWEL TROUBLE
IN HONOLULU
Honolulu people have found out
I that A SINGLE DOSE of simple buck
! thorn bark, glycerine, etc.. as com
I pounded in Adler-i-ka. t lie German ap
' 1 ejidicitis remedy, relieves const ipa
1 tion. sour stomach or gas on the
.stomach INSTANTLY. This simple
1 mixture ar. isepticizes the digestive
organs and draws off the impurities
-md 'T i surprising how Ql'ICKLY it
helps.
1 he Holhster Drug Co.
FOR RENT
FURNISHED
House on l-Vruandez Street.
Kalihi. two bedrooms. ..
$30 per month
House on tireen Street, two
bedrooms $45 per month
House on Kewaio Street.
three bedrooms
$75 per month
UNFURNISHED
House on Peretania Street,
Tregloan Plac. two bed
rooms $18 per month
Bishop Trust
Co., Ltd.
124 BETHEL STREET
W. C. A CHI,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kapiolani Building Honolulu f. H.
P. O. Box cai
E. G. Duisenberg
STOCKS
BO N D S
ISURANCE
REAL ESTATE
LOANS NEGOTIATED
76 Mailt St. PiOUS 3013
J. H0LRIBERG
ARCHITECT.
Estimates Furnished on tfuilding
v flatoa Reasonable.
160 Hotel St, Oregon Bldg. Tal Sill
DRINK
May's Old Kona Coffee
- BEST IN THE MARKET -
HENRY M A Y fc C O.
Phone 1271 .
f .
THt
Crossroads Bookshop,
UmrUd
Successors to
rown A Lyo Co Lid,
ALEXANDER YOU NQ BUILDING
"Everything in Beoks ;
ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIE3
TJyi'lXdst.'Popular. Candles;iie
- . on the Coast' ' - -HONOLULU
DRUG CO, LTD.
1024 Fori $t Telephone' 13S4
t ' -i - . TILS' .'.v; ' 1
Clias. R. Frazier
Company
rcjiri jLtyiixisaka
none 1371 VlUi Ct.
Fire Insurance
THE
B. F. Dillingham Co.
LIMITED
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
Garden Hose
Extra Good Value 25 Ft $3.75
JAMES GUILD COMPANY
EVERYTHING In FURNITURE
Honolulu
Wire Bed Co.,
Corner Alakea and King Sts.
Your attention Is called to the fact
that we have Just received, by last
boat from the Coast, a. large shipment
of the best PORTO RICO HATS. Reg
ular price, '; reduced to $2.50.
THE LEADING HAT CLEANERS
No. 20 Beretania St., nr. Nuuanu Ave.
FELIX TURKO, Specialist
LEGAL NOTICES.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FJR&T CIRCUIT. TERRITORY OF
HAWAII.
JOAQ BORGES. Plaintiff." JACIN
TH a" IK JKSCS BORGKS. JACIX
TMA BOTKII.HO BORGES. MARIA
AM ABA I.; JDSK BORGE5. I.UZIA
BORGES. MANOEI BORQKS. MA
NOEL A -M ARAL nd JOHN AMA
R.L by V. SCHNACK their tmard
Ian ad litem. MARIA MEDEIROS;
MARIE RKIS. FRED REIS. JOHN
REIS. LOCIZ REIS, GEORGE? REIS.
AND ADELINE REIS. by MARIS
REIS. their guardian ad litem,' De
fendant. The Territory of Hawaii:
To the High Sheriff of the Territory
of Hawaii, or hN Deputy; the Sheriff
of the City and County of Honolulu,
or his Deputy:
You are commanded to summon Ja
cintha de Jesus Borjres, Jacintha Bo
theilho Borge. Marie Amarul. Jose
Borges, Luzla Borges, Manoel Borges,
Manuel Amaral and John Aniaral by
P. Schnack. their guardian ad litem,
Maria Medeiros; Marie Rets; Fred
Rels, John Reis. Louiz ReK George
Rei and Adeline Reis by Marie Rels.
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
thereon. .
wjtnes the Honorable W. J. ROB
INSON. Third Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Firs Circuit, at Honolulu
aforesaid, this 4th day of April, 1911.
Seal) HENRY SMITH,
Clerk.
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 ttjje First" Judicial
Circuit of. thai Territory of Ha wall. In
a cause entitled Joao Borges va. Jacin
tha, de Jesus Borges et al.
Dated, Honolulu.' July 18. 1912.
J. A. DOMIN1S,
Clerk, Circuit Court, First Circuit
6291-3m-Thur v
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit, Territory of HawaiL In Pro
bate. In the Matter of the Estate
of Yee ChlnZ late of. Honolulu, de
ceased. On reading and filing the Pe
tition and Accounts of Yee Yap,' ad
ministrator of the Estate of Lee Chin,
late Of. .Honolulu, .deceased, wherein
petitioner asks to be allowed $1300
and charged with $1305, and asks that
the same be examined and approved,
and that a final order be made 'of Dis
tribution of the remaining property to
the persons thereto' entitled and dis
charging petitioner and sureties from
all further responsibility herein: It
is Ordered, that Monday, the 23th day
of October, A. D. 1912, at 9 o'clock a.
m., before the Judge .presiding . at
Chamers of said Court at his court
room in' the old Y. M. C A. building,
in Honolulu, County Of Honolulu, be
and the same hereby Is appointed the
time and place for hearing said Peti
tion and Accounts, and .lhat"all 'per
sons interested may then and . there
appear and show cause, if any they
have, why the same ' should not be
granted, and may present evidence as
to who are entitled to the said prop
erty. By the Court:, J. "A. DO MINIS,
Clerk, Circuit Court, First ; Circuit
Dated the 19th day of September
1912. (Seal.)
5345 Sept 19, 26; Oct 10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers. In Probate, Number
4541. In the Matter of the Estate of
Ezra Augustine Rowland, Deceased'. A
document purporting to be the Last
Will and Testament of Ezra "Augus
tine Rowland, deceased, having on the
2nd day of- October,' A. D. .1912, been
presented to said Probate Court, and
a Petition for Probate thereof, praying
for the issuance xf , Letters Testamen
tary ' to Ella Louise Rowland, 1 having
been filed by Ella Louise Rowland; It
Is Ordered, that Tuesday, 'the fifth
day of November, A, D. 1912, at 9
o'clock a. m. of said day, at the court
room of said Court in the 6ldY. M. C.
A. building in the City and County of
Honolulu, be and the &am$ is hereby
appointed the time and place for prov
ing said Will and hearing said appli
cation. (Seal.) By the Court: A. K.
AONA, Clerk. Dated, Honolulu, Oc
tober 3, 1912. Alexander Lindsay Jr.,
attorney for petitioner.
5357 Oct 3, 10, 17, 24.
CORPORATION NOTICES.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Hilo Railroad Company.-
Notice is hereby given that at the
anuual meeting of the stockholders of
the Hilo Railroad Company held on
Wednesday, October 2, 1912, the fol
lowing officers and directors were
elected to serve during the ensuing
year, viz.:
B. F. Dillingham
President and Director
L. A. Thurston
Vice-President and Director
A. V. Van Valkenburg
Secretary and Director
W. F. Dillingham
Treasurer and Director
E. E. Poxton Auditor and Directdr
H. G. Dillingham Director
H. M. von Holt Director
E. H. Wodehouse Director
F. Klamp Director
H. G. DILLINGHAM,
Acting Secretary.
Dated, Honolulu, October 2, 1912.
5357 Oct 3, 10, 17
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GEO. S. IKED A
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Tel. 2500 70 Merchant
BY AUTHORITY
REGULATIONS GOVERNINQ VZ
'OF THE" tOT FUEL GIL? pi PIT LV
-OWNED BYTHETERRITORY C.
HAWAII AND LOCATED ON THI!
HONOLULU WATERFRONT. AN 2
WHARVES., ..
T---- 5-
Adopted by the Board of Harbor Cr
mlsslonera, September It, 1J12. -Control
of Pipe Lint.
(1) The pipe line shall bt Kicr
the control ot the Board or Ilarbcr
Commissioners, whose employees sliili
work in conjunction with the flrcu,
corporations, or Individuals using tta
pipe line: so that very facility will
be secured for the prompt and accu
rate despatch of the delivery of oil n
or from ships or other user ot ui
oil
Charges for Use of Lint.
(2) For the first six months of Vz
use, the charge shall be. at the b:j
of .01H per barrel of oil puajr :
through the' line either from ship t o
tanks, or from tanks to shlpi, oj ott r ?
users of fuel oil - After tola pertc :.
the charge for the use of the L-i
shall be based to cover, J ,
1st Coat , of operation, cairt
nahce and repair.
2nd. Interest on Investment tzl
depreciation.
3rd. Refunding annually
amount equal to 1-20 of beaded del:
for line, sajd chargt to be deter
mined by the Board of Harbor Com
missioners.. vl; ' ' f l
permits to Use Line.
(3) Permits to us the pipe
will be granted only to those flrr
corporations or Indlyidualj who tr
in a' position 'to deliver oil to pr . frc-:
vessels , berthed ,v at .' (Soversr: :
wharves at a minimum volume c:
1000 barrels per hour.
Delivery of 0)1 To and From Ve-':.
' (4) , To'reguisie dellvert bf fuel c'l
to ships' ; "berthed Goven:- '
wharves no barge Oil tank,' Vt i
or. other container, will be permit!: i
to discharge oil to, or receive c : :
from any vesaersberthexl at C07:
ment wharf In 'the Harbor of He .
lulu during such time ss the 10" Fu 1
Oil Pipe' Line is in 'condition to prc;
erly receive oil from or deliver, c 1
to ships berthed ;aL'. wkuir ; !p - :
or controlled by the Territory of I.. -wait
MARSTON CAMPBELL,
Chairman, Board of Harbor' Coar;!
'iloneravv?'
EMIL JL BERNDT,
Secretary, Board of Hafbbr, Coar '
. sioners.:' '. 'v 'i,.-v-. I :
PROPOSALS FOR FIRE HOSZ.
Sealed proposals will be received r t
the office of the City and -Cour.t;-Clerk
Mclntyro Building, Honolu! .
Territory of Hawaii, j until 12 o'clc :
pi. Thursday, October 24. 1912, for f-
nisnlng , (3000) three thousand ..U- r.
2-Inch. double Jacket; cotton covrr
ed, rubber , lined' Fire Hose, In ( I : )
iBftr-foot lengths, fitted with first-c!i
couplings, having 'full wtterway ex
pansion rings, and to fit the city r
hydrants. .,' ' . " '-
Tenders to'rbe marked .rPropcci' -For.
Fire,; Hose;, apd.tft bxccori
niea. wjth. sample , of hose and ecu r
lings and a statement of the press::
hose is, guaranteed to withstand.
Each bidder must submit, with tU
proposal a certified check for the sun
of jfive per cent (5) of the amount
bld payable to the City and County
Clerk of the City and , County of Ho
nolulu. - .' J. ;
.The right is reserved- to, reject any
or all tenders. '
; - D. KALAUOKALAN1 JR.,
: Clerk, City and County of Honolulu.
Honolulu, T. H., October ,7, .1912.
. .. . - mo-it . r: v .
MAUI LOAN FUND COM MI83IC'.'.
Sealed Tenders will be received ct
the t Office of ' the Maul Loan Feu -1
Commission. 'at Wailuku, Maul, T. II..
until 9 o'clock a. m. Saturday, Octo
ber 12, 1912, and then opened, for tu
construction, according . to plans ar 1
specifications, of fpur reinforced ccu
crete bridges in the Lahaina District,
on the Maui Belt Road system.
'Plans and' specifications and other
Information may be had upon applica
tion' to R, A. Wadsworth.'t Secretary
of the Maui Loan Fund Commission,
or at the office of the Superintendent
of Public Works, at Honolulu, T. IL
The right Is. reserved to reject any
and all bidsv : - 1 . ' -
Tenders must be made on forma
furnished by ' the Commission, and
must be accompanied by a certified
check amounting ta not less than 5
per cent of the amount of the. tender.
R. A. WADSWORTH,
Secretary, Maul Loan Fund Commis
sion. - - - " - - " .
5348 Sept 23, 25, 30; Oct 3, 7, 10 .
SEALED TENDERS.
Sealed Tenders will be received hv.
the Superintendent 'of Public 'Works
up to 12 m. of Friday, October 18.
1912. for Constructing a Fence Line
at MoHMi School, Honolulu, T. H.
Plans. SDecificatlona and blank "
forms cf tender are on file in the of
fice of the Superintendent of Public
Works, Capitol Building, Honolulu.
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject
any or all tenders. v
MARSTON CAMPBELL,
Superintendent of Public Works. V,
Honolulu, October 8, 1912. v
536M0t -
BUSINESS NOTICES.
IMPORTANT.
Meeting Notice.
The regular annual meeting of the .
members of the Honolulu Library and
Reading Room Association will beheld
at the Library of Hawaii, King street
Friday evening, October 11, at 7:30 .
o'clock. Business: The consideration . ,
of an amendment to the charter of
incorporation, reports of officers, and .
election of trustees. .' r''"'
J. H. FISHER; '
5c-3t Secretary. 1
TTTZ .
Fer news and the trot about It, t
people baj the Star-Balleai; -,

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