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HONOLULU; BTAR-BTOtETIN, XBIIUrOCT. II, J312.
$16 a Week;
Left a Fortune
Recently a teamster in New
York died leaving a fortune of
120,000: His weekly wages were
nevr orer $15, But he started
to save a little each week as a
young man, and was never in
want, a single day in his life,.
Way .don't you start saving?
We will pay you interest on the
money you deposit with us.
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Bafihot Hawaii, Ltd,
Factory on the Premises
A. N. Sanford,
tUtfn Bui Wing ' Fort' Strict
Over May & Co.
- Tee -varnish cf - highest quality.
: Made lortflneat work hi real-
, dehceV, ottlcd butldth'gs, 1 hotels'
and all structures where quality
The perfection of
., 177 8. KING 8T.
Night and Day Phone: 1X25
' - 71 CCH6TANIA ,
MEMBERSHIP FEE -
; THE HARRISON MUTUAL
f BURIAL ASSOCIATION
From 1 to 10 years old . . , $2.60
From 10 to 30 years old... 3.50
From 3ft; to 49 years old... 4.50
".From 4ft td 60 year old... 5.60
, From 5fr to 60 year old... 6,50
C J. O. Marques, Pres.
5 J. H. Townttnd, gecy;
is now located in its new build
ing, 116-118 HOTEL STREET.
General Catering of the Highest
j Newly Opened
" Th G?rmari Nursery
Flower Arrangements Fern, Palms
ana cut Flowers
PALM BUILDING, Tel. 4165
Nurtery, 2222 Nuuanu, Tel. 16S6
ANTON STANCE 4L BROTHER
German Confectionery and
All work done under the personal
supervision of our expert
1183 Alakea Street nr. Beretanla
P. 7John Hee "will ( open the
at Pauahl street, near Fort, on
Septembers. The cafe will be
open day and night
Or. T. IIITAIltTR A
Offieei 1412 Nuuanu SU eor. Vineyard
OAce Hours: I to 12 a. m., 7 to t
p. m. (Sunday by appointment
Residence: CO N. Vineyard Street,
40 Cow. Eeed Plant
25 - tfibusand . gal.
No. 16 Bailey Feed
Cutter v ;
4-6 Gasoline Engine
100 - gal. Waiter
will1 scon be
' 150 towel to the roll.
Made of tough tissue.
Best paper towels on the mar
ket BanmkiCNews Cot
Alex. Young Building
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Ms Cfafts Shop;
Pant&eon 'Block, FortSti
120 LOT8 40 by 80 feet for
sale at Kaliht, right on King
6treet near the Kalihl bridge.
Prices range from $350 to $500
Liberal discounts will be al
lowed for cash.
Terms art very easy.
Land Go., Ltd.
W. C. Achi
rkita-Kn?niiIiijf of highest ejrade
can be secured from the Stsr-Butletin
I A Russian lad under fen jears lies
at a Japanese hospital seriously
bruised about the head and body as
a result of being run down by Auto Makee Sugar plantation of Kauai yes
No. 987, which the police allege waajterday finally reached an agreement
driven by Paul Beyer, the accident1 with Governor Frear which is expect
taking place yesterday afternoon ed to gire it an ample flow for the
soortiy alter tnree-tnirty near the m
tersection of Beretania and Aala
The Russian, named Louler Kozo
wof, is declared by officers who were
sent to investigate the case, to have
been thrown to the ground, the ma
chine stopping some thirty feet from
the spot where the child was knocked
Beyer told the police that he was
proceeding at between four and five
miles and hour, which statement i
disputed by officers on the ground
that the velocity of the machine was
plainly indicated by the failure to
stop the car near the place where the
boy jwas injured.
The police further report that in
the Beyer machine was found a man
well under the influence of liquor.
The officers also state that Beyer
showed Indications of being somewhat
In his explanation of the cause of
the accident. Beyer stated that he
was practically on top of the lad be
fore he discovered his presence in
the middle of the road. The little
follow was carrying a bundle-of cut
wood when hit by the machine.
no formal charge has been entered
against Beyer as yet
The theft of jewelry and watches
to the value of several hundred dol
lars is laid to the door of Samuel A.
Cohn, mcmbertof Troop F, Fifth Cav
alry, according to charges ma1? by
Chief of Detectives McDuffie, who
has placed Cohn under arrest await
ing the accumlation of other evidence.
J. F. HInks, belonging to the crew
of the United States revenue cutter
yThefla, has reported to the police that
ne is tne victim or a raid made up
on his room in the Alangton lodging
house, at which time Hinks states
that he lost one gold, one sliver watch,
a pair of cuff links, and a stick pin
containing six small diamonds as a
McDuffie started out on the case
yesterday afternoon, and by evening
had Cohn in custody. In going
through the personal effects of his
prisoner McDuffie reports that he re;
covered" a silver watch which was af
terward identified by Hinks as his
' Cohn will probably be charged with
larceny' In the first degree follotflns
the recovery of the other articles,
which McDuffie hopes to locate with
in the next twenty-four hours.
DOLL WEDDING WILL
TAKE PLACE TOMORROW
"Duke Kahanamoku" dfscussed
plans for his wedding quite freely
this morning. This is the first time
he has granted ah interview on that
subject, feeling quite sensitive over
the fact that his suit was delayed.
In speaking of it he said: "You
see the King's Daughters knew that
Mary Ellten waa going to be married
but they didn't know who was going
to be lucky man and when all the
dolls were gathered in and there
wasn't a man amongst them, they be
gan, to get worried and to wonder
where they conld get a bridegroom.
Somehow in tho shuffle of fixing the
girls up, they left me behind, in a
big pasteboard box and Mrs. Ade
laide Webster found me. Wasn't she
glad and wasn't I?
"You can just Imagine how f felt.
There I was, tied up in a box and
without deceht clothes and with only
ray bathing trunks on! I was scared
still. Thought they never would find
me and Mary Ellen was all dressed
for the wedding.
"Mrs. M. E. Perley was very good
to offer to provide me with a suit of
clothes at such a late date; she's an
artist, you know, and making doll
clothes isn t just in her line.
"Our romance began on the way
over from San Francisco and it wasn't
fixed up by the King's Daughters,
cither, and we are going to wind it
up tomorrow at the Royal Hawaiian
Hotel. Hope everybody will be there.
Rev. Dr. Eiselen of Chicago has
ranslated some love letters written
4,000 years ago on a baked brick in
Make the' Liver
Do its Duty
Nm Ihbm In wbea u Iner rhl tae
tfoaiacli mad bowtU arc nght '
CARTER'S LfTTLC o
feouy lot firmly ccov
pel a lazy bvtr to
do n duty.
Headache, and Distress after Eatif.
iaiB PiS. SwB Dm. Saul Pric
Genuine aab4t. Signature
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Bringing to a successful climax
eleven years of effort to acquire suf-
'ficieut water and irrigation rights the
next seven vears.
Manager Rufus Spaldinj, In con
ference with the chief executive, has
concluded an arrangement whereby
the plantation is to have the use of
several hundred acres of land in the
LAnahola and Kanialomalo districts.
adjoining Its own property, free of
rent for seven years. On this tract
It is to construct an enormous reser.
voir and a long ditch, at an aggregate
cost of about 625,000, these improved
menis, logemer wun tne land on
which they are to be located, to re
vert to the territory at the end of the
The first effort of the plantation to
obtain some kind of water concession
from the government was made in
1901, and the last unsuccessful one
was made in 1310, when it was pro
posed to lease the Kapaa water rights
and other necessary lands to the plan
tation for an annual rental of $7,000.
- BELIE TED.
J i . . f A t .
Rheumatic pains are aggravated by
cold, damp weather and many hard
working, middle-aged people are
made miserable during much of thei
winter and spring months' by reason
of this. Their suffering may be very
much relieved, and In many cases per
manently, by applymg Chamberlain
Pain Balm and massaging the parts
with the palm of the band St Sach ap
plication. Ttiis' relieves the pain and
makes sleep and resf possible. For
sale by alt dealers. Benson,' Smith &
Co., Ltd., agents for Hawaii.
! James It.' Kelly; president of the
Hibernia Bank Of San Francisco, has
Just died. He was a' director of the
t bank for 20 years and for the 23 suc
ceeding years president
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
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The undersigned having been duly
appointed Kxecutrtr "and- Executor of
tho Iast Will and Testament' of Wal
ter C. Weedon; deceased, 'late of Ho
nolulu; City and County of Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii: Notice is hereby
given to all persons to present their
claims against the . Estate of said W.
C. Weedon, deceased, ; duly authenti
cated, whether secured by mortgage
p otherwise, to Ida Jane S. Weedon,
one of the undersigned, at her office.
Room 5 Waity. Building, King Street,
or at her residence, 1717 Bingham
Street, Honolulu aforesaid, within six
months from the date hereof, or they
will, be forever barred. , And all pe
sons indebted to said estate" are here
by requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned. Dated, Ho
nolulu, October 11, 1912. IDA JANE
S. WEEDQN, WILLIAM L. HOPPER,
Executrix ahdf Executor of the Last
Will .and Testament of Walter) C.
Weedon, Deceased. S
6364 Oct 11, 18, 25; Nov 1, 8 '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.-1-At
Chambers. . In Probate. In th
Matter of the Estate of Anna Phillipi,
Deceased. A Document purporting to
be the Last Will and' Testament of
Anna Phillips, Deceased, having ok'
the 10th day of October, A D. 191
and a Petition for Probate thereof;
praying for the issuance of Letters
Testamentary to Richard Phillips,
having been filed by Mary Ann 'Phil
lips; It is Ordered, that Monday, the
18th day Of November, A. D. 1912, at
10 o'clock a. nf. of said day, at the
courtroom of said Court at Honolulu;
Oahu, be and the same is hereby ap
pointed the time and place for prov
ing said Win and bearing said Appli
cation. Dated at Honolulu. Oct 10,
1912. By the Court: (Seal) J. A. DOM
INIS, Clerk, Circuit Court, First Cir
cuit. Alexander D. Larnach, attorney
for 'petitioner.'" ' ' ?
5364-rOct .11, 18. 25; Nov 1
RESOLUTION NO. 719.
Be it Resolved by the Board of Sul
pervisors of the City and County of
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that
tne sum of One Thousand Dollars
($1,000.00) be and the same is hereby
appropriated out of all moneys in th&
General Fund of the Treasury for an
account known as Maintenance of
Roads, Honolulu District (Repairs,
Meyers Street f.
Presented by Supervisor
H. E. MURRAY.
Honolulu. September 27, 1912.
Approved this 10th day of October,
A. D. 1912.
JOSEPH J. FERN,
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works p,. afsaid Court at the time and
up until 12 m. of Saturday, October ) pace af0resald your default will be re
L. 1912. for eonstructm? a Two- UrHcrt .m ha BofA ns rn k
Story Frame Dormitory; and a One
Story Frame Kitchen, Dining Room,
and Lavatory Building, located at La
haJnaluna, Lahaina. Maui, for the Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
Plans, specifications and blank
forms of tender are on file in the of
fice of the Superintendent of Public
Works, Capitol Building, Honolulu.
The Supf rintendent of Public
Works reserves the ri?ht tos reject
any or all tenders or parts of tenders.
M A R STON OA MI'RKI.L.
Stiperiiuehiiem of Public Works.
Honolulu, October 10, 1912.
A Better Digestion Will Increase
The Yalue of Your Food to
You Many Times.
When your food doej not nourish yon,
the Wood is thin or impure. Fnlem tlx
Wood is pure, assimilation, the finaf
step of digestion, is imperfectly done
ani the body poorly nourished. Every"
day instances of lack of nourislunent be
cause of thin or impure blood are seen
In children, who eat almost continually
yet do not grow; in convalescents from
the rip, fever, or some other serious
disease, who remain pale, weak and
debilitated; in persons who are run
down through overwork or worry anil
are enable to get back tlteir strength.
Joeiore ine Douy can he properly nour
ished, the blood must first be eleanped,
built up and made fit to work. Dr.
Williams Pink Pills for Pale People
will do this more quickly and effectively
than any other medicine. Tliey contain
the very elements which the tbin blood
lacks. Not only do they strengthen the
stomach but they build up the blood so
that yon get full nourishment from the
.'Tor six years I suffered untold
misery from stomach trouble' says
Mrs. H. -P. Flanagan, Matron, State
Penitentiary, Sioux Falls, South' Da
kofa, ,''aJtKodgh I was treated by four
physicians; " No two agreed as to the
nature' or cause of my disease. One
said I had ulcers of the stomach, ' an-.
other that it 'as chronic stomach
trouble and incurable another called it
. '; "Tfte pain was dull, not -sharp, and
when I walked or rode I noticed it was
a great deal nior6 severe. It was relieved
when I rested , of would fie" (Jown , . I
had jq6 appetite1 siid djdn't' cars' to eat
at all.. Xtried to eat to keep up my
strength but the pain wasthere whether
ate "or hot. I was run dowli hi
strength and weight.
T "My husband persuaded tne to try
Dr. Williams Pink Pills, and I am
so well now that 1 eat ererything I
want to. I have no trouble" with iny
stomach and haw no doubt that; my
cure is complete. My general health is
gx4 nd I nave gained in weight.' ' t
Send .today for the free booklet,
"What to Eat and How to Eat."
Djt'Williams' rink- rffla. are sold br
all oirugjnstSj'ojr will .be eeut postpaid,
on receipt of price," 50c.' per ' box; six
boxes for $&50,:. b the, Dr, Wijliamf ,
Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y. ;
No. 208. TERRITORY OF HA WAIL
COURT OF LAND REGISTRATION,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII to FRED
WEED; T.C. POLIKAPU; FUJITA;
ANTONE MARQUS; MRS. IDA
WATERHOUSE; C. H. COOKE,' At
torney- in Fact for MRS. IDA WA
TERHOUSE; JOHN KINOLAU;
JAMES MC CABE; SAM KAMOKU;
O N. SING; AUGUSTO DIAS;
ELIZABETH POEPOE; MRS. A, T.
JOHNSON; ALBERT WATER-
HOUSE; ELEANOR W. WOOD;
MARY S. CORBETT; WILLIAM M
AH1A; IPUHAU K AM ANA; HENRY
K. SN1FFEN, more generally known
as HENRY KAMANA ; ESTATE H.
WATERHOUSE; TERRITORY OF
HAWAII, by "Alexander Lindsay, Jr.,
Attorney General, s and Marston
Campbell, Superintendent of Public
Works; CITY AND COUNTY" OF
HONOLULU; by Joseph. J. Fern,
Mayor and President of the Board
of Supervisors; and to ALL whom
it may concerns
WHEREAS, "A petition has been
presented to said Court by JOHN
LEMMES to'registe and confirm his
title in" the following-described land:
Belntf Grant No. 5486 to J. R. Am
orin,r ind a' portion of L. C. A. 9tf5 to
Uaualak6hau, oh- upper Fort Street,
Beginnig at the East corner of this
piece, at the street ' side of redwood
corner post, on thd northwest side of
FOrt Street," said point being by true
azimuth 216" 29', 389.8 feet, from the
new north corner of Fort and School
Streets; the co-ordinates of said point
of beginning referred to Punchbowl
Trig. Station being: 1205.15 feet north
and 1477.10 feet west. Also said point
of beginning is true azimuth 188" 24'
and distant .51.7 feet from Sewer Man
hole in Fort Street; and running by
true azimuths: ,
1. 3a 39 157.8 feet, along northwest
side of Fort Street;
2. 126 .25' 76.8 feet, along fence,
along I. Kamana lot;
3. 144 07' 75.8 feet, along fence,
along Wm. M. Ahia lot;
25' 72.0 feet, along fence,
along Mrs. Ida Waterhouse
07' 21.3 feet, along fence,
along Mr 8. Ida Waterhouse
40' 29.8 feet, along fence,
along Est. H. Waterhouse lot;
50' 59.5 feet, along fence,
along Est. H. Waterhouse lot;
00' 97.8 feet, along fence.
along E. Johnson lot; to the
point of beginning. Contain
ing an area of 19,913 square
You are hereby cited to appear at
the Court of Land Registration, to be
held at the City and County of Hono
lulu on the 15th day Of November, A.
D. 1912, at two o'clock in the after
noon, to show cause, if any you have,
why the prayer of said petition should
not be granted. And unless you ap-
corded, and the said petition will be
taken as confessed, and you will be I
forever barred from contesting said j A few good-sized cheap lots on Ou
petition or any decree entered there-) lick St., Kalihi, at from $150 to $525
on. each. Easy terms.
Witness the Honorable WILLIAM J Half a dozen cheap lots in Nuuanu
L WHITNEY, Judge of said Court, tract at original prices.
this 3rd day of October, in the year i
nineteen hundred and twelve.
Attest with Seal of said Court:
(Seal.) JOHN MARCALLINO,
535S Oct .4, 11, IS, 2."
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For news and the rrnfft about IL a?l
people buy the Stap-BuUstlx ;
KtUUUATONS GOVERNING USE
OF THE 1CT FUEL OIL, PIPE LINE
OWNED BY THE TERRITORY OF
HAWAII AND LOCATED ON THE
HONOLULU WATERFRONT AND
Adopted by the Board or Harbor Com
missioners, September 11, 1912.
Control of Pipe Line.
11) The pipe line shall be under
the control of the Board of Harbor
Commissioners, whose employees shall
work in conjunction with "the firms,
corporations, or individuals using the
pipe line; so that every facility wilLf
be secured for the prompt and accu
rate despatch of the delivery of oil to
or from ships or other users of fuel
OIL - ' V
Charges for Use of Line.
(2) For the first six months ot Its
use, the charge shall be at the rate
of .01 H per barrel of oil pumped
through the line either from ships to
tanks, or from tanks to ships, or other
users of fuel oil. After this period,
the charge for the use ot the line
shall be based to cover
1st Cost of. operation, mainte
nance and repair.
2nd. Interest on investment and
3rd. Refunding, annually an
amount equal to 1-20 of bended debt
for line, said charge . to be deter
mined by the Board of Harbor Com
Permits to Use Line.
(3) Permits to use the pipe line
will be granted only to those1 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 ot fuel ,011
to ships berthed, at Government
wharves, no barge or oil tank: vessel
or other container; "will fee permitted
to discharge oil : to, or receif e, oil
from any vessel berthed at a Govern
ment whmrf In the Harbor of Hono
lulu during such time as the 10 Fuel
Oil Pipe Line is in condition to prop
erly receive oil from or deliver oil
to shins berthed at wharves owned
or controlled by the Territory of Ha-
MARSTON CAMPBELL, v
Chairman, Board of Harbor Commls
sioners. .-; T'
EMIL A. BERNDTV
Secretary, Board of Harbor Cdmals
sioners. ? oou-uv
PROPOSALS FOR. FIRE HOSE.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the office. of the City and r- County
Clerk. Mclntyre Building, Honolulu.
Territory of Hawaii, until 12 o'clock
m. Thursday,' October 24, ,1912, for fur
nishing (3000) . three thousand feet
2-inch, double Jacket,, cotton cover
ed, rubber lined Fire Hose. In (50)
fifty-foot lengths, fitted with first-class
couplings, having full . water, way , ex
pansion rings, and to fit the city fire
hydrants. .. M-...;-'t' -'. i. . ;
Tenders to ie marked "Proposals
For Fire Hose, and to be accompa
nied with sample of hose and coup
lings and a statement of the pressure.
hose is guaranteed to withstand.
Each bidder must- submit with his
proposal a certified check for the sums
of five per cent (5) of the amount
bid. payable, to the City and County
Clerk oftke Crty and County 6f Ho
nolulu. , . ? .
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders. ' i '; '
; u D. KALAU OKALANI JR.,
Clerk, City and COunty of Honolulu.
nonoiura, r. uewjoer i, 19x2.
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of ' Public Works
up to 12 m.. of'Friday, October J.8,
1912, for Constructing a1 Fence Line
at Moiliiii School. Honolulu, T. H.
Plans, specifications and blank
forms cf tender are cm file in the of
fice of the Superintendent of Public
Works, Capitol, Building, Honolulu.
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves tho right to reject
any or all tenders.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, October 9, 1912. :' , '
: ; :536M0t.
The regular annual meeting of the
members of the Honolulu Library and
Reading Room Association will be held
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.
J. H. FISHER,
High Class Imitation
GEO. S. IKED A
Tel. 2500 . 70 Merchant
A 4-bed room house and well-Improved
lot on Pua St. $2800.
A cottage and lot (100x100) planted
in bearing fruit trees, in Nuuanu
tract. S10C0. A bargain.
A 4-bedroom, mosquito-proof house,
witb all latest improvements, In the
choicest part of Kalihi. $35.
By Oct. 1, a brand-new, partly-furnished,
mosguito-proof cottage, with
pewer connection, gas arid electric
ugtita, alongside Kam. Bfys School,
one block from car-line. $35.
J. H. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant Street
House on Fcrnandes Street, -
Katihi, two' bedrooms....
.$30 per month
House on Green Street, two
bedrooms ; $45 per month
House on Kewalo Street,
three bedrooms .........
$75 per month
House on Beretanla Street; '
Tregloan Place,, two bed
rooms. .... ..V'.$18 per month
24 BETHEL SfREET '
W. C. ACHI,
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ATTORNEY AT LAW ?
KasMaal CuIldlaV Honelulu, f. L
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v Rates Reasonable. .
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General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of
London, New York Under
- writers' Agency;. Providence
Washington . Insurance Co.
'4th".-. Floor," Stangenwald BIdg.
1000 Feet -inch
Extra Good Value 25 FL $3.75
JAMES GUILD COMPANY
EVERYTHING In FURNITURE
Corner Alakea and King 8ts.
Your attention Is called to the fact
that we have1 just received, fry '.last
boat from the Coast, a large shipment
of the best PORTO RICO HATS. Reg
ular price. $5: reduced to $2.50.-
THE LEADING. ffAT CLEANERS
No. 20 Beretanla St, nr. Nuuanu Ave,
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