HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN,. SATURD&Y, OCT. 12;i9'lS-,
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THE business man
who will spare a
few minutes of his
ti,me to the photogra
pher of today will please
his entire family.
His portrait produced
by present day methods
of photography will be
an agreeable surprise
it's done so quickly and
Make the appointment today.
DEtJTSTH ETAXGEUSCIf LUTH
EMSCIIE (IIMIWE ZU
Ilerr Tastor Euzelhardt wlrd Sonn
lac. den 20ten Oktober. von Ilerrn
Pastor I senberg waeh rend des Cottes
dienstes von 11-12 Zhr Vormittags in
sein Ami eineef uehrt werden.
AlTe" Klrchenmitelieder sowlc
Freunde der Kircbe' werden zu dieser
'Klrchdifeier heralichst elngeladen.
' Der ' Klrchenvorstand,
; . J.' F. HACKFKLD.:
SteflveTtr. Vorsltzender und Kal.
IVserlich Deutacher Konsul I. V.
Railway Ties to Arrive in the Coates.
The -American schooner A. F.
Coates now on the way down to the
Islands is bringing a full shipment of
railway ties supplied at Eureka. The
; schooner Is due to arrive here within
a few, days. . , -
White , woman to manage lodging
house, rferrttory House," 646 S.
First-class carpenter, at once. Apply
Box Hotroluln. ; 5365-31
Intelligent, Bright boy. "Apply office
of SUr-Bulletin, Alakea St.
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ROOM AND BOARD.
Would like desirable couple to room
and board in private family, no
children. ' Large," cool room; good
Address rB.B.". this office. . :
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The Glenwood., 14?1 .Emma StTel.
1571. i Enaiows. suites' and single
rooms. Beautiful groftndsr. f - C k
: 4 K5365-6ril - 1 " ' :
ARCHITECT, i TT
Arthur Reynolds, Architect and A De
signer. Office 51 1 Stangenwald Bldg.
Tel. 2153. Residences" a specialty.
Mrs. George Turner has purchased
Neumann property, 1054 King; Tel.
2272. Extensive improvements now
being made. . . k-5365-6m
TABLE, BOARD. J
Vida Villa,. 1030 S. King; Tel." 11 445.
Table board, weekly or monthly;
single meals. Phone order for din
ner parties. ' kfSStf-fim
M. Kernardt and Edward H. Nagle
being no longer in my employ, the
public, and especially all my custom
ers. ao warned against dealing with
them or giving them any credit on
o3f:-lw MAX (JREENBAUGH.
A special meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Honolulu Iava Brick Com
pany, Limited, will lw held in the of
fices of the Henry Waterhouse Trust
Company, Limited, in Honolulu, Mon
day, October 21. 1912. at 11 a. in., for
the purpose of considering an issue of
lionds in the sum of $75,000, to be
secured by a first mortgage on the
property of the company: and for the
consideration of any other matters
which may properly come before said
Dated, Honolulu, T. H.. Octoter 12,
ALFRED L. CASTLE,
Secretary. Honolulu Lava Brick Com-
5365 OCt 12, 18, 19
COLLEGE OF HAWAII STUDENTS
PLAN ACTIVITIES FOR THE YEAR
G!cc Club to Be Organized.
Athletics Will Prosper
A rreel mr of the Associated SMi -
tlrnt Body of the College of Hawaii
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I was neiu raeiuu ai uiai conea;e ion
(,i:eKijon8 of imiortance to the stu
!!enis. The meeting was called to or
I der at 12 m. by Edward Tracy, pres
ident df the Student Cody.
The first question taken up was in
regard to the construction of eollece
tennis courts to be built at the stu
dents' expense. The question was,
,Ar-A onri anH t, n4minr
cf a committee was left to the pres
ident. The committee is to look into the
matter of giving a play, all the pro
ceeds of which will go to the con
struction of the tennis courts.
The second question was that of a
(college, glee club1. The College of Hat
(waii has recognized the fact that, as
a college it should have college or
ganizations, one of the most impoft-
! ant of which is the glee club. This
was passed unanimously, and a com
mittee will be appointed by Mr. Tracy
for the purpose of canvassing mem
bers and making other arrangements
The next question was in regard to
holdfng college picnics, and this mat
ter was also referred to a committee
to be appointed by Mr. Tracy.
The fourth and last question was
that of choosing a college pin. .Thi3
was- another matter Which the stu
dents consider Very important The
question was" passed .without a dis
sentteff-vote and the" appointing or a
committee to choose, a suitable de
fgnvwas left to the president. .
Mr. Tracy is to appoint all commit
tees and the, names will be posted? at
the -college-on; Monday1. M
Athletics are ? beginning to take;
hold on the' college and money Mill
be supplied from certain college funds!
?th purpose of discussing several!3 recompense ir.ey imenu 10 mike(
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Of Odds and Ends in All
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All Goods Must Go. Watch
ONE LOT LADIES WHITE WASHABLE SKIRTS 75c EACH
ONE LOT LADIES' DRESS SKlRfs, ASSORTED COLORS, ALL WOOL $1.95' EACH
ONE LOT. READY-MADE 2-PIECE SLUTS .......50c SUIT
ONE LOT LADIES' HOUSE WASHABLE DRESSES $1.25 EACH
ONE LOT LADIES' FANCY HOSIERY, ALL COLORS 25c PAIR
ONE. LOTsLADI ES' THOMPSON CORSETS v 25c EACH
ONE LOT LADIES' UNDERVESTS 10c EACH
ONE LOT LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS 35c EACH
ONE LOT LADIES' BLACK SATEEN UNDERSKIRTS $1.25 EACH
ONE LOT LADIES' SVrAJER AESTS, ALL WOOL 35c EACH
ONE LOT LACES IN DIFFERENT VARIETIES 10c YARD
ONE LOT CHILDREN'S COLORED DRESSES 95c EACH
ONE LOT CHILDREN'S WINDSOR TIES 10c EACH
ONE LOT BOYS' WASHABLE SUITS 75c SUIT
ONE LOT MEN'S CLUB TIES 10c EACH
ONE LOT RIBBONS IN ALL SHADES 5c YARD
ONE LOT LAWNS AND BATISTES, ASSORTED COLORS 10c YARD
ONE LOT NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS If 'PAIR
ONE LOT DRESS GOODS REMNANTS AT LOW PRICES TO SUIT ALL
ONE LOT CHILDREN'S H. & W. UNDERWAISTS 10q EACH
'Mihn ,,"ls'r"di,m nf an aM,UMic
j The roHepe expects to put out a
fine track team in the spring, and is
already preparing for
It. rne stu
disappointed t"18 vre sreauy niianpoimeu
. . . .
!hen they found they could not put
'nut n foothall tMm this vpar anil for
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gooa on rne iracn.
The reason the college will not
have a team this year is on account
of lack of material. If they had or
ganized a football team they would
have had to use outside material and
this would have raised: no end of com-
: f . a. . . a..
ins. so mey gae up me iaea.
inougn noi wnnoui a greai aeai oi
i ne college 01 Hawaii nas oecome
a very important institution nere.
is rapidly growing, Doin in attena -
ance and favor. Ten new students
registered in the Freshman class this
year. 1 nis maes a total attendance
or neany one nunareo. siuaents mis
Professor Gilmore, president of the
College of Hawaii, has left on a trip
10 me VAasi. 1 ins is ma urai vaca
tion in several years.
Professor Donaghho is taking Pro
fessor Gilmore's place during the lat
NEWCOMERS' CLUB T( MEET
The Newcomers Ciub will hold TtS
regular Sunday afternoon meeting to
morrow at the Y. M. C. a. tfegfnning
at four o'clock Andersons orchestra
will give a musical program in the
Icbby and following this the members
of the club will adjourn to Cooke Jlafl
wtere the regular discussion will take
place under the" leadership of Ei.
Towse. The" subject ' of the discus
sion will be "The principles of Jesus."
At fiverthlrty the. fellpwEhlp supper
In the cafeteria will be held and all
those- who care to'Teirrain for. It are
Invited io'do so. u'-: : -
at 8 a.m.
and Hotel Streets
Now the heirs of the estate of Vie
lete Judse li are soins to brave a scr.m
i o - " r
with the eovernment. RaMm tn
Punahou land sold by the guardian of
s ,in .
irene li, uiiuur m is wiuiuui legal
titJe according to .the-Dole decision.
as mentioned Thursday, practically 5JI
the rest of Makiki valely was bougat
by the government
The block n which -the Pleasanton
Hotel and other rest nee properties
mentioned yesterday are situated, be
sides others not mentioned in that 1 e-
lort, was section 2 of the original Ii
trct Section 1 of the same land
I commission award was hnuehi hv t'lp
government for water purposesi Not
".'being all required for the water do-
; partment. the land has been in part
goid for residence sites. Several lots
were thus disposed of quite recently.
j And no government is npto
it3 neck jn e mess caused by the
cktid of title revealed by Judge Dole
arter an these years. 'The whole be
ofvMakikf valley Is fn fact Involved,
being an area of 174 acres of land. V
FOUR LIBRARY TRUSTEES
APPOINTED BY' GOVERNOR
The Governor today appointed .thy
four members or the board of trus
tees of the- Library of Hawaif.v Vd?
nominations were made seeral day?
ago. They are C H. Atherttn. A.
Lewis, J. IL Fisher, ajad P. L. Weaver.
This completes the board, which prob
ably will now be made self-perpetuating.
No wireless message , has been , re
ceived from the Qceanic liner Sierra
up to noon hour today. The Sierra' li
en rotite from San Francisco with on
hqndredandflfteen , . cabjn .passengers
Tho vessel "should
Governor Frearfs Hnds Full of
Pressing Pufal'c Ques- :
Busied with a huge mass of affairs
requiring" early attention, which pfled
up while he .was occupied with tho
Fisher investigation. Governor Frcax
probably will not undertake any leg
isiauve matters for some tune to
come. These last-mentioned- also
have attained formidable .size,- in
piles of documents that . must be pe
rused for general and detailed infor
mation on innumerable subjects, be
fore the coming Legislature begins
, Such questions as the probable re
newal of the. Rapid Transit Co.'s? re
quest for a new franchise, the separ
ation of i the? city and county govern
ment from the Territorial, and pro
posals for new 'public improvemenls
project aid'comiirtsslon,' will 'not bt
considered by u the Executive at the
present time, nor. &scussed
a large; portion', or ma time jusx
now is ' taken jUU the division: of ;the
new loan fund amqng,., the present
commissions' ' and Improvement"- pro
jects, with, which the Governor is
having his share of , troublo because
practically every project is demand
ing sums inexcess of the motmt3'
originally 1 asked, and comprosises
ransf W effected -which- will enable'
Mm to stretch the fund so-tlratiaii
may get .biuuu,. . - t .. ... .
Having just completed the details
of the y alahole -ater illcensei which
is to Tber sold at public auction Novem
ber H, ai high" noofi'on'the' steps ot
the . Goye,rjtteiit ' 1 building, CroTtrior.
Frear liext Monday, wili jake up the
problem of .ih4 lCau 'water license, a
mat!er of .equal JtoprjUtnre to the one
just settled. This .new one cannot be
decided QrckTjr and" he i 'says' it " may
be some.,, time tbefore-tit!,:rwitt hi in
proper shape fto present to . the board
pf; land -3 amimlssidners'- for" final ad-
auu . tutu, cuunie,' cuuw me ap-
poJntmen;;: chief of -which is that of
the Superintendent of,. PUMIc Works.
Th6' Governor declines to , give pub
Iicly any intimation of his decision on
this matter, while the name of .a new
ps8ibilify" for the vacancy in, the
apartment ij heard on the' streets al
most every" day. . It Is, understood that
recommendations for something like
a score of men' have- been handed the
Executive, leaving the. inference that
dame rumor in each instance- has its
source . with the personal
V feacb ' cahQidate and LthaL, Its 0 appeal
of ihei" retwmmed'atiiong Villi dhe Gov
ernor - j $ V '. -t
f Despite helproprietbr'aprotest and
voluble explahationof. his ownL' Sab-
batnKrayv - generosity; ' v.. in dlspefism : association work, will also speak. Tea
beer gratia; to all comers at; his store wil be served after the service and ail
at Waianae, the liquor, license com-f young women are invited to Ue'present
mission' yesterday 1 aiiernoon aecraearwneiner a memper or tne asociauon
to withdraw the licenser-or X amasati,
who conducts a saloon in one build
ing and a merchandise &l6teT in an
other structure at. that ; town. The
license is sHispended untfl the first of
the new year.'- -1
Inspector t Fennell produced wlt
nesses who testified that they ; had
been able; to purchase beer in anant
ties at ' Yanlasaki's , store on Sunday.
The proprietor produced ft number of
witnesses who - testified they had re
ceived much liquor, from him on the
Sabbath, but had t tejfen.it as a gift.
One of these was Former ..Deputy
Sheriff Chris Holt, who served In an
official capacity about six years, ago.
lie said he had never paid for beer
obtained at the Japanese v store on
Sunday,; and had seen many others
drinking there, apparently . without
paying for the privilege. He could
not swear they dfd uoi pay for it
. Sukimora, Yamasaki's store em
ploye, sought to explain away the in
cident of last August, when Inspector
Fennell arresteds him and , bis em
ployer after a special officer had pur
chased and paid for brandy one Sun
day at the store. A local bartender
testified before the -commission that
he frequently had bought liquor at
the store on Sunday's.
Y. W. C . A. PLANS SOME
CHANGES IN CONSTITUTION
A change in the constitution of the
Young Women's Christian Association
vhich has been recommended will be
submitted to tbe organization t a
meeting of tbe members whieii is to
be held next Tuesday evening, October
22. The general opinion of the members
as to the adoption of this constitution
be solicited, as it will be more m keep
ing with that of the national board.
At the annual meeting ot the assofla't
tion on October' 26, the adoption will
be voted on. r
The regular "Sunday Vesper service
will be held at the Homestead tomor-
. . . ,
row afternoon, led by general secre-
tary Miss Esther Erickson,' Airs. Deun
Rockwell Wickes; who isvtn ,the city.v nA thn H ,ki, vh5hitoW
er. route to China -as' a miiionarv, ar- j
companied bjr her hnsband. uilt at- i
tend the meeting anJ will iw a talk!
upon tho suiijprt "Woman's Flare in i
fctcial bervice. And Miss Esther An-1
derson. for several years national sec-1 being made in Hawaii.with the cas
retary of the Y. W. C. A., who is on tllloa tree.. It Is estimated that sev-
'f hex way to the coast from' Australia
? where she has been . connected with
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An article ou the Rubber Exposi
tion, illustrated with cartoons, ap
pears in the New York: Telegram of
September 25" under the authorship of j
Janet Barry. In a somewhat satirical
reference to "British lions' at the
show, the writer says i
These Englishmen of business are
I : t m ufZt utL .
noon tea or an industrial exhibit until
you came to the South and Central
American sections or those of our own
province of Hawaii. Here there 4 a
vivacity and a sparkle that comes as a
rf rhamm., ftr a mftf
of water. All the restless represen
tatives of the tropics want you to put
your names in their gtrest books, and
when you leave it is much after thJ
manner of a nrineess who has con-
slaves. These men of the Southern
part of our hemisphere are fairly ef-jo those present were tbos given by
fervascing with ernsiasra. They wear Charles A. Wong; of Harvard, and Kim
the colors of their country in their. Tong Ho, of Wisconsin. They spoke
coat .lapels and they are patriots with ; upon the problems of the Chinese, and
the zeal and verve of a born Amer-Jit was heard that they bitterly." re
ican. whether he be from the North , marked about the notorious elemnt of
country, the South country or merely their countrymen. If these remarks
a colony." . j acredited ihem are true, it is hoped
The Automobile of September- 19 that they will be given support to
devotes much space to the exhibition. . Urihg about a higher moral standard.
Following are extracts from it: j 9 m ' - ',-
"The Brazilian show occupies near
Iy half of the Coor. Malaya. Ceylon.
Hawaii and a score of other produc j
Ipg sections are represented with mag- (
nificent exhibits." 1
Dr. Walter Strong- presides over !
the Hawaiian and Philippine exhibits.
n.11 nun t. 11 .1 lanuii ri ia. vn oj 1 ia 111 c zm
cent date, but it Is said 'that condi-
tinn iH0ai for u n o nwoMh
1 nuns are lueai lur 11 in a OTiswerauw
. . o a . . . t
nianfpfJ n uwn r "rf Rinnan
j3 KjmjIar in structure to the speci-
rnrn, hrwn from f- Malara uritf it'-
ion The form of ih nmrfirrt i riif.
ferent, as the crepe' is. pressed into'
bale-like Dackaees. . Exneriments areitence
eral thousand acres could 'be: devoted
to rubber culture -Ua - the Hawaiian
,Thc Grace and
Good Form of
will r impress you
at a'ghmcev but it
takes weaf td de
v real worth . " : -; ".
V owe thcir surpsr:
ing and. exquisite
finish to ' the 2c:
that they are msdc
ented . . design cr j ,
and taddrsV and in
their own proper
ly equipped worl:
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archipelago. .. .. The climate c
;both of the Pacifle island territori:
of the United States. Is suitable f
rubber culture, but so far the resul
attained are merely promises for f
tare . performances. In Hawaii th'
progresrhas been swifter thia'.U t.
in the Philippines." - ; :; '
CHINESE TENDER BANQUET
TO" COLLEGE GRADUATES
A banquet, tendered to four of their
mer-rorieagues who have recently
on the mainland, was held last
at a Chinatown restaurant by thirty c!
tbe most; prominent Chinese 'clerks
and young business men of the city.
The banquet was the windnp of a Icr.
list of entirtainments given during tt -past
month since the return of "th"
graduates. The affair was under tie
Tom Ayoy. and i
was a Jolly crowd that turned out to
'show their admiration for their foraer
! schoolmates. . .;' ... '
c" s ,11 - JZ t Ts.
ng lkf' dwelling largely on t-o
f'ltare of the new RepubUo of China.
K. II. Chuck, of Cornell, and Hong Ye :
Cring, who leave on the Persia today
for China, to cast helr, lot with tt :
others who are working for the up
building of that nation, spoke briefly.
Two other talks of special inttVest
Four men indicted by the recent
federal grand jury and who pleaded
guilty In the charges against them
were sentenced by IT. S. District
Judge demons this morning: Hung
i Tai Chun, for perjury : before the
' . .1 : . . ttrtrA TTai on1 MWll
i Thomas Onokea, for. a statutory; of
, ,- . -. 1. ,
? fense, wa3 senlenced to six months'
i imprisonment and costs ; ; Joseph
i Francis, for opium smuggling-. was
.given one month and costs, and Seki,
ifr sailing liqwr at retail .without a
Moecial government license, was .fined
$20o and ccts and given a 60-day sen-
All petit jurors in .-federal court
were excused thli - morning (oi tia
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