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ttONOTJTT.TT RTAH BULLETIN, S AT fttTWY. XOV. 2, 1012.
Hour1 on Fernandez Street,
Kalihi. two bedrooms....
$30 per month
House on Green Street, two
bedrooms $43 per month
House on Kewaio Street,
$75 per month
House on Beretania Street,
Tregloau Place, two bed
rooms $18 per month
124 BETHEL STREET
W. C. ACHI,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
fJUploftnl luildinf Honolulu, f. H ;
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Two houses at PaJama and Nuuanu. i
A few fine lots In Kalihi and Nuuanu, j
New, niceiy furnished two-bedroom !
house; gas. electric ligbt, piano,
Small, furnished cottage, hath, kitch
en and two rooms, gas and electric
light; $15 to desirable tenant.
J. H. SCHNACK. 137 Merchant Si.
Estimates Famished on Building
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General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of
London, New York Under
writers Agency; Providence
Washington Insurance Co.
4th Floor, Stanoenwald BIdg.
1000 FEET &-INCH
Extra Good Value 25 Ft $3.75
. JAMES GUILD COMPANY
EVERYTHING In FURNITURE
Wire Bed Co.,
Corner Afakea and King SU.
Your attention Is called to the fact j
that we have just received, by last j
, boat from the Coast a large shipment !
, Of the best PORTO RICO HATS. Reg j
ular price, 5; reduced to $2.50. 1
THE LEADING HAT CLEANERS
No, 20 Beretania St, nr. Nuuanu Ave ;
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' For news and the truth about It, s
jwopio buy the Star-BuUctla.
Honolulu Commandery, Onl.r
of the Temple.
Atl visiting member of the
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
i nniTTMT l ODfJF. Sir. H P. O. E.
UnM.1..1.. 1 Arr. Vrt I
616 B P O Elks
meets In their hall, on
King St near Fort, !
every Friday evening!
Visiting Brothers are
cordially invited to at
tend. A. E. MURPHY. E. R.
H. DUNSHEE. Sec.
Meet on the 2nd
and 4th Mon
days of each
month at K. P.
HalL 7:30 p. m.
Members of otn-
Marlne Engineers' er Associations
Beneficial are cordially in
Association vited to attend.
TO. McKINLET LODGE, NO. 3,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Satur
day evening at 7:30 o'clock in
K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and
Beretania. Visiting brother
wrdially Invited to attends
A. F. GERTZ, C. C.
F. F. KILBET SL R. 8.
HOyOItJLt) LODGE ISO. 8l,
L. O. O. M.
will meet in Odd Fellows building.
Fort street near King, eve'ry Friday
Visiting brothers cordially invited
AMBROSE J. KIRTZ. Dictator.
JAMES W. LLOYD, Secretary.
Oahu Lodge, I. O.
G. T.f will meet in the
roof garden, Odd Fel
lowB'BldgV firsf and
third Tuesday at half'
past seven p: m.
' GEO.' W. PATY, Chief Templar.
The Uniform Rank of the L. O. O. M.
will drill every first and third
Monday of -each month '.at" the Odd
Fellows bldgv 7: SO p. m.
; - H. S. WHITCOMB. Capt
PAUL W. BANKS, Clerk.
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If Honolulu were again swept
bv a conflagration, .could yoa
collect your Insurance t
C: Brewer & Co., Ltd.
represent the the largest and
strongest fire Insurance compa.
nles In the world. ,
11000 Lot on Puunui Ave., adjoining
Oahu C. Club. 10,000 sq. ft
1120010 acres farm land at Kalihi,
lniles from King St 1000
110,0007 acres at Puunui, adjoin
ing Country Club. As a whole
or in part
P. E. R. STRAUCH.
Vity Building 74 ft. King Street
i REGAL SHOES
' are made on the latest London, Pari
i nd New York Custom Lasts.
RZGAL SHOE STORE
King and Bithl SrMt
GRAND REDUCTION SALE
November 1 to November 2i
Hardware, Crockery. Implements and
opening wooes, vyc give ,
otamps tot oasn.
SING CHAN CO.
129 King St. : : Opp. Aala Park
PRODUCTS OF FIERCE CRABS
Thrilling Adventures of Men
Who Go to Hunt
FANNING ISLAM). Sept K..
Paul Ko;;gier. brother of the liev.
. Father Kougier. owner of this island,
and a Samoan boatman named Lisa
have just returned t'roin a trip of
exploration to Palmyra Island, some
.eighty miles to the north, whither they
' went some three weeks ago. The men
: sailed in Rougier's "catboat." which
! has covered thousands of miles
throughout the Pacific and on which
they were compelled to live all the
, time they were at Palmyra, owing to
j the presence there of thousands of
monster land crabs. The men them
! selves arrived sorely in need of medi
cal attendance owing to the bites and
lacerations they had deceived and they
are now under the care of Dr. Ranche
of the German Improvement company
the prospective owners of Fanning Is-
I u I"" 1IICJ1 It'll. llCltr I11J liir-
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noPe of gathering sufficient cocoanuts
abouf Palmyra Island to pay for the
sen(i,n of a schooner from San Diego
for il 'a.s rPrted last year by sail-
was to be found in great abundance at
Palmyra. The catboat was well pro
visioned, for the men were not sure
what they might find in the way of
food; but no medicines were taken
along, and only a very small amount
of ammunition for the two rifles they
always carried with them on trips
among the islands of the Pacific seas.
Tells Story From Bed.
Liga, the Samoan, is too ill to talk
much of the adventure, but Mr. Rou
gier, in bed at the priest's house tells
vividly of the terrible inhabitants of
"Atter a four day's sail," he says,
"we arrived in the large lagoon which
is formed by the many islands of the
group which goes under the singular
title of Palmyra. It Was about sunse,
but as we saw a number of nice little
dbves we decided to run our boat in
close and tie up to the trees or per
haps go ashore and stretch ourselves
out upon the sands. We were perhaps
an hour in getting our boat into the
cove we had chosen, and it was quite
dark when Liga jumped into shallow
water and lashed our craft to a great
broken stump on a rather high bank
When he pulled the rope taut a part
of the bank projected out over the
"At once we built a little fire upon
the snore and were soon making cof
fee. We were very tired, for the past
eight Or ten hours had been very
rough with our boat, and with a bite
or two to eat we thought of early turn
ing in upon the cool, damp ground.
But this notion was not entertained
for any great length of time.
Bit On the Ear.
1 was lying upon- the ground, wat
ching Liga working about the little
fire, when I felt something jump up
on my arm, and the next instant there
was a sharp bite into my neck at the
right side a little below the ear. I
yelled, of course, and shook the thing
off, and jumping to my feet saw that
it was a monster land crab, the larg
est thing of v - - - had up ta that
time seen in all nv exoerience in
Southern seas. If there had been only
the one we would not have cared so
much, but instead of that there were
dozens ail about us, and before I had
really recovered from my fright I saw
as many as four or five of the big
fellows running up Liga's body, biting
his hands and snapping their long nip
pers into his neck and face. He wa3
twisting and turning about like a
crazy man, fighting the things with
his hands and striking at them with
the iron frying pan which he had been
holding over the fire.
"I was satisfied at a glance that we
were no match for the hordes of crabs.
that were upon us, and I called to'
Liga to make a jump for the boat,
which was not more than five paces
away, under the little overhanging
bank. At Ihe same time crushing un
der my feet the big fellow that had
attacked me first I ran for the boat
and made for the little deck cabin
in which our guns were lashed.
"I nearly fainted when I saw that
the boat was already overrun with
the miserable creatures. They were so
thick in the cabin that it was simply
out of the question for me to unsling
our' guns and dig up the necessary
ammunition. Besides. I did not see
just then what good the rifles would
be to us, for the things were so num
erous, crawling everywhere about and
upon us that we could not possibly
shoot tiem all.
"So I grabbed rip the axe lying on
the deck and ran to Liga's aid on the
shore; but in the meantime he had
decided that the only thing to do was
to get out into the water, and by the
little light of our fire I could see him
standing waist high in the water fight-
Mng off two or three of the crabs that
had fastened themselves upon his
arms and back. He howled with pain,
as he told me afterward, but I did not
hear him. for I was doing the same
"But I was sure his plan was a good
one. and I too rushed into the water
One of the monsters clung to my back,
right between my shoulder blades,
and though I ducked myself under
water he seemed to be only getting a
better hold. Finally, freed of the crabs
from his own body, but bleeding as
though he had been cut by a hundred
bayonets. Lisa came to my assistance
and cut with his pocket knife the
creature from my back. In doin? so. 1
now ever, ne lett one ot the monster s
.nippers in the flesh, and it is thi?
, WOund which is now causing me the
iircatest pain and the doctor the most 1
' Preferred the Water.
Rpite of t,)ti fact ,at bQth of ()S
'were bleeding freely and were very
cold in th- water, as weil as huntrry
- rr we u:! fiari not n ing to -at fro::i
ihoui - ieloek i.i the atr-r:iH:i; wm
:k! not iliire approach our boa' Th
.at'fr v.; ly this t i :r. .Mrnpiy cover
ed v.ith ;i;e er ; iires a:i! we r
iMready won!erinu wh-n we mis.hr
be at!e to uai.i ,0 ato;tn! We stoo.1
in the water one hour.- lite-,'n: to
the noises and movement on the ea:
boat and upon shore, when Li-a com
plained that he was becomin:; weak
and could not stand it in the water
much longer. 1 tco had felt the sarn
way. but had not said anything, for I
knew that Liga was much more seve
rely bitten than I had been arid must
be much weaker from loss of blood.
But when he told me how he telt I
waded along the shore some distance
and found what 1' thought was a quiet
place, free from the creatures At
least I heard no noises and saw non'
of theiu. so I returned and Liga came
Lack with me.
"During ihe remainder of the night
we remained af this new spot and I
think we both fell asleep. However,
we were both aroused at about the
same moment by crabs crawling over
us. It was daylight, and we could see
under and in the trees hundreds and
hundreds of the fierce things, and 1
speak only rn;b when 1 say that
I never in all 1 was so disheart
"Poor Liga was a red man now
covered with bites from head to foot.
He wore no shoes and feet were
terribiy bitten and swollen. I certain
ly did pity him: but as a matter of
fact I was in very poor condition my
self, my arms so stiff that I could
scarcely raise them and a piercing
pain all down my back.
"But we had to do something, and
the sooner the better, for we were
both very weak from several causes.
jSo we waded back to our places of
1 the night before, and, finding th ; axe
where I had dropped it and securing
iby a quick dash the heavy wrench
'in the cabin, we began a battle with
the crabs on ihe catboat, which we
shad previously cut adrift.
"When we had rfd the catboat of
the creatures we were too fatigued
to eat or think of eating, and we let
the boat drift about the lagoon while
we slept. During the following even
ing we cleaned up our little vessel,
dressed our many wounds as best we
could and cooked and rested. V3
made a hurried trio ashore for some
rf the things we had left, but ria we
were not anxious for a 'repetition of
cur fearful, experience we.staye l with
our boat during the remainder of our
week's stay. When we had recovered
sufficiently to attempt the home.vird
journey we came by easy stages by
way of Washington, Gilmore an I
Irish Islands, putting in a couple of
days at each."
SICK, SOUP STOMACH
Gently bnt thoroughly cleanse and reg
ulate your Stomachy Liver nnd
Bowels while you sleep.
That awful sourness, belching of
acid and foul gases; thai pain in the
pit of the stomach, the heartburn, ner
vousness, nausea, bloating after eat
ing, feeling of fulfness, dizziness and
sick headache, means a disordered
stomach, which cannot be regulated
until you remove the cause. It isn't
your stomach's fault. Your stomach
is as good as any.
Try Cascarets; they immediately
cleanse and regulate the stomach, re
move the sour, undigested and fer
menting food and foul gases; take the
excess bile from the liver and carry
off the constipated waste matter and
poison from the intestines and bow
els. 'Then your stomach trouble is
ended. A Cascaret tonight will
straighten you out by morning a 10
cent box from any drug store will keep
your stomach sweet; liver and bowels
regular for months. Don't forget the
children their little insides need a
good, gentle cleansing, too.
Richard StrausS has produced in
other opera, "Ariado on Naxos ", in
Germany. It made an immense hit.
are hard to win when one's
complexion is marred by
P pimples, blackheads and
blotches. Strengthen your
charms, by keeping your
complexion clear, with
Sold by KB lUir u4 Wkkkr Dyt,
druggist. Mack w brtwm. SOc.
v -s..c;;i-d Vis CVi.!. ;
rONSTANTlNOPLK. Nov. !.
?.i':i Pa-ka. conimander-in-i-hiei" o: the'
Turki.-h arm. in Tlnace. re;o::td ro
M!t?hr ihar ihe anay has r"ea:i ured j
the iry er M inar llis.-ar. Aiso ;ha(
he had defeated the Luiaarian ar.:v ;
in th vi'initv of Visa.
To thft Advertiser
Details of the grea battle in Thrace
are jriven by the Riechpost's corres
pondent at i lie front. The M'tlgarian
ynli ( hose the neighborhood of Lule
l-urgas. the center of gravity. There
fore, all iheir avn liable strength near
Adrianople as well as the greater part
of the forces were concentrated there.
The sinking of the Turkish battle
ship Fethbulend by a Greek torpedo
boat today in the Gulf of Salonioa is
confirmed in a dispatch received in
Constantinople from Salonica.
The commander, three engineers
f.nd four bluejackets were thrown in
to the water and rescued by fishing
boats. The boilers of the Fethbulend
exploded as she sank.
It is understood that the Bulgarian
army, in following up its sucees's, will
advance on Constantinople. The
Balkan allies will not accept an arm
istice, but are willing to negotiate
peace directly with Turkey.
Consolidation of the quartermaster,
pay and commissary departments of
the army into the new quartermaster
corps, as authorized by Congress dur
ing its last session, ij to materialize.
The gasoline launch Osprey found
ered olf Ccos Bay bar this morning,
the crew of three and two passengers
being drowned. The dead are:
Gus Johnson, captain of the Osprey.
Chester Johnson, engineer.
Joe Peitsch, deckhand.
Major Charles F. Larrabee, former,
assistant commissioner of Indian af-l
fairs, died today in a sanitarium in j
Washington, of heart trouble and
hardening of the arteries.
The general election on which the
fate of Cuban Independencp is be
lieved to depend, opened auspiciously f
indav Trip vntinp- hoiran ot otvl
o'clock and continued until sundown.
Many voters awaiting the opening of
the polls to cast their ballots were
compelled to disperse by the police
The Matson Navigation Company
announced today that the big steam
ship for which the contract was let
recently will be named Matsonia, and
that the other liner, contracted for a
few days ago, will be named the
The remaining Indictments against
Louis Glass, vice-president of the Pa
cific Telephone and Telegraph Com-'
pany were dismissed by Superior
Judge Lavlor today. The indictments
were seven in number and are of the
so-called "graft prosecutions."
Noon today witnessed the closing
of the Hotel Metropole. from which
Herman Rosenthal, the gambler,
stepped to be shot to death last July, j
George Considine, who had been run-;
ning the house in the interests of his
creditors, said, the closing is directly
due to the murder.
"Too much notoriety," he declared,'
"has driven away patronage." I
Secretary Nagel, of the department
of commerce and labor. ina speech
last night, declared that the record
of the Taft administration was the
chief argument for its continuance.
Protection is the policy under which,
the nation has prospered, he said. !
Greatly pleased at the reception ac
corded him at Madison Square Gar
den. Wood row Wilson left this morn-;
ing for Rochester, New York. Gov-1
ernor Wilson confessed that for the (
first time in his life he was rattled'
last night. The sixty-two minutes of
cheering so affected him that he for
got his prepared speech and delivered
"W'v have already won, whatever Is
the result of the balioting next Tues
day. The Progressive party has been
founded and put on a lasting basis. '
This is the statement of Col. Theo
dore Roosevelt, who attended the
Progressive rally at Madison 3niaiv
Garden tonight, at which Oscar
Straus. Progressive candidate for Gov
ernor of Nov, York, was th prin
With representative citizens of
i 'tic a
maicning ahead ot the hearse.
a I ll II. a. I :( wer-co V-
:kor f ri'itaininor rlw. ).w1t- rf
ate .lames Schoolcintr Shunnan :
Vice-President of the I'r.ited States,!
tfiken from the Sherman home in j
l't k a
uiciay to t ne rotunda of the;
court house, where it now lies'
The funeral is to he held tomorrow
frnm t !
hirst rreshyferian church.
A San Kraneisto woman, listening
at a p:irty telephone, heard a iie;-ii I
lor ordering goods from a depart-'
ri'.cri! fttuv. and by merely using her
name ciiected more than ?ui worth,
oi goods without payment. !
li 1 hpW
The New Perfection Oil Cook-stove
It suits the most exacting French chef. It suits the housewife. It
is found in luxurious villas in camps in farms in humble city homes.
Everybody uses it ; everybody Ekes it It bales, broils, roasts and toasts
cs we!I as a coal range. It is equipped with a special heating plate, and
we sell the New Perfection oven, broiler, toaster, and pancake griddle
All dealers tell the ttoYe. It U lundaomelr
finished in nickel, with cabiaet top, crop
shelves, towel racks, etc Long chimaeys, eft
am el cd turquoise-blue. I, 2 or 3 burners.
San Franclseo. CaL Saa Jo, CL MarTsrilla, CaL
Loa Angel. Cai. Stockton. Cai. Fraeoo, CaL
Saa Diego, Cai. a-ramoto, CaL Portland, Or.
IS A MEAL MADE AND PRODUCED IN MAN-
CHURIA. IT IS THE BEST FOOD FOR POUL
TRY AND STOCK. IT FATTENS WHERE EV
ERYTHING ELSE HAS FAILED. FOR BOOK
LET ON SYSTEMATIC FEEDING AND THE
VALUE OF SOY BEAN MEAL SEE
SUN - HEATERS
J. C. AXTE
also given to
5 cents to com
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