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TIONOLUMJ STAR RULLETIN, TUESDAY. NOV. 1912.
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In id ii mi.r ii!iMi((.int o In r
t !iit i i ;i iis.iii'n (it ii tir ( l:im. The
MlttOlil mi is Mldllellh tltptiwi
mi In r own ifiini -tr laicil
-itii ;i iiIi!-ii mnl l iimnr) i
I l.licd much Mitr-l- tli. in ;i in. :n
in -iinilar itu.i1in.
Ili' ;niii'r account t!i;it )u
- r it ft ir j our iitrlt I t liny
"ohm- din land hi mi her ..lid
I,. rds ijt.
:i ..ciioml iu It r name im;i h-
; i in (I ill this hank with a Ut
ile ;io on- liill.tr :iii1 iulcrcv
uill be 'iiiil on .-ill balance..
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital Surplus $1,200,000.
Factory on the Premise
A. N. Santord,
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May & Co.
, W. P. FULLER & CO.'S
Pure Prepared Paint
THE CHOICE OF ALL
: . , -Th-
Is now located In Its new build
ing, 116-118 HOTEL STREET.
General Catering of the Highest
-. s '- .'-Class .
Decorations for All ' Purposes
! .ore: Palm Bldg. 5 Tel. 4765
Anton Stange &
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GERMAN CONFECTIONERY AND
The best kind of cake, tarts and
pastry; ice cream $2.50; sher.
bet $2.00" per gallon.
Specialty German Rye sour bread;
German half-fine rye bread. lis:j
Alakca St., near Beret ania. Phone
Pauahi Street, near Fort
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
has the best Home-made Bread,
German Pretzels and Coffee
Cake. Ce sure and ring up 2124.
1129 FORT STREFT
DfTic: 1412 Nuuan SL cor. Vineyard '
p rp''k .j' ( Ey
Lewers & CooRe
The German Nursery
OfHee Pour?: 9 to 12 a. m.. 7 to I
p. .n. Sttndays by appolritTnent.
v ' Residence: 60 N. Vineyard Street,
' r: ""jw..offlc Telephone 2613; P. O. Bo
t 142 ,
SCAI.KD T F.NI KKS will 1.. i.i.iv
J ! lia-vaii an Fun -I ';n
Mot: at as lf ; ii; ': I't-ucock
... i: df
n ii at '
1 'Hi ' X'f!
pii al 1 ! . :
5 IT; ('?
I . 1 1 ,;n :l 1 (. c!rn k
lav No ember T, 1!''12.
.me a:: 1 tdtce will In
ei-ncl !l !l i : a i foi t i.e i!i
I ;i I Ml '(,! L'r-A 'I'!' H IS i
dmg a' Koia. Hawaii. T. II
spei .U i and b'ank
tender ;rc on file i:i the of
: siui"i inremlent of I'wtiln
Works, Cap. ltd
HI. (I ML the offici
Ibiiiding. Honohihi ;
if 'ho v iii ;ti i.ssiorj
I'cacoik (bidding. Hilo. Hawaii.
'1 I. "J Hav aii Loan Fund " :u iss i
ics'-i-yi-s i l.i" right 'o reject any or a'i
Chairman, Hawaii Lun Fund Com
October 2'., 1!12. :.:::r. int.
j Sealed 'Ii'ikIims will Ik- r'c'iwl h
) If SnjK'i iiai'inlfiit of Pul!i- Works
! to 12 ;n. of Mon lay, Novcnil.'er 11.
i 1!12. lor inyiuu, an N-iruh rast iron
! ali r main in Srhool Slrret from
Asylum Hoad to Kalihi Koad, Hono
lulu. flans. sKifiatic?ns and blank
lornis of proposal a.o on fi! :::
offico of ilif Siipi in!iHl'Mit of Pah
lie Works, (aiit.ol BuihliiiK. llono
Tin- Siiporintrndt'iit of Public
Works rcsorvrs llu- i if. lit to rejcci
any or all tenders.
Siipoi iiiiciidcnt of Piibli Works.
I Imioiulu, ()( tobor :;, 1'.'i2.
:,.",; i h't.
Scaled Tendeis will iv revived by
tho SuiKMintendent 01 Public Works
up to 12 m. of Monday, November 11.
I ! 1 2. for laying a feinch ast Iron wa
ter main in Kanoa Street from Peter
son l.Mie to Pita Lane. Hon dulu.
Plans, specifications and blank
forms of proposal are on file in the
office of the Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, Capitol P.uilding, Hono
lulu. The " Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the t ipht to reject
any or all tenders.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu. October 30, 1912.
Sealed Tendeis will berccelved by
the Superintendent of Public Works
tip until 12 m. of Tuesday, November
19, 1912, for Grading .Certain Streets
in the Auwaiolimu Tract, Punchbowl
District, City and County of Honolulu.
Plans and specifications and blank
forms of tender are on file in the of
fice of the Superintendent of Public
Works, Capitol Building. Honolulu.
The Superintendent of- Public
Works reserves the fight to reject any
or all tenders. , " "
-s , MARSTON (CAMPBELL,
Superintendeht of Public Works.
Honolulu, uctobec Z5f, 1912.
- SEALED TENDERS.
I Sealed tenders wLilI jjbe received by
te Superintendent of' PublicrWorks
uk until 12 noon of .Wednesday, No
vember I, 1912, for the. Laying of the
vvaioinao i-ipe une, jiouuiuiu, 1. 21. 1
1 Plans, specifications and blank
forms for Proposals arje on file in the
dffice of the Superintendent of Pub"
lc Works, Capitol building.
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject
any or all tenders. J
" Superintendent, of public Works.
Honolulu, October 2, 1912.
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:;1N THE CIRCUIT-COURT OF THE
Ffrst Judicial Circui of the Terri
tory ofl Hawaii, Before the Judge
Presiding at Chambers. Caroline J.
Vecasa, ;LibeLlant, s. Pedro Yecasa,
Llbellee Divorce. The Territory of
Hawaii to Pedro Yecasa, Greeting:
You aref hereby notified that there
is now pending ifi the above entitled
(jourt, ji suit filed against you by
Garolinei J. Yecasa, "wherein she
lffays fojr an absolute divorce against
you on Hie ground of your failure to
provide support and maintenance for
ihe saidj Caroline .1. Yecasa, and that
said sui may be heard or determin
eji on qr after the 19th day of De
cember.! A. 1). 1912; and you are. fur
flier nniified to apiear and answer
aid siiijt on or before the said 19th
ay of December, A. D. 1912.
C Dared! Honolulu, T. H., October 11,
J JOHN MAKCALLINO.
f4rk of the Circuit Court of the
First Judicial Circuit. Territory
".;:;:- (i. i:., 22. 2v, Nov. :., 12. i;.
IN THE CIKCI IT COl'RT OF THII
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Kstate of Charles
f Simpson. Decease !. Notice to ( red
j iiors. The undersign' d. ii;i::ig ".icon
i duly appointed execuitix tinder the
' will and of the Kstate or Charles
J Simpson, deceased, hereby g:. s 110
jiice to all creditors i f sail : eaed
1 lo pres. nt their claims to:-.- an. lien
IticattMi and with proper .ci..irs if
t "e;-i in Is s -upon
r. .1 es;a'e.
' d b mortgage
'he office vf the I'. A'n-
ttit! L's'ate. Limited. S:hi i. M'-.iliirj
Merchant Street. Honolul.i. within
six ni months from the u'atc of iae
tirst publication of this no;:
"a'e being (VtobM- 22. lr,.Z.
iu six i i inoiii hs alter he ",
I ; ! 1 !;'-. o; the same w i i i ".ie
I : m. .!.
I I' 1 1 i : i 1 1 ; T. I I.. Ic'oie:
MARY E. Si.m,
I ec'.r.ri mider the i;i
III "n( II . el 'h i! '
r i .
gas" , "
DEFYING ALL COMPETITION!
VERY LOWEST PRICES!
Sewing Machines and
tuses and aii a (
Phonographs and Discs
in all lansuaccs
the prc'JllCtS O! t!i i i.'i -
IU !-i(ry. ai!
inaii small industry, surh as Watch.- .
P vAc-lry. inain'actured artii It-s, leath
er, papor, iron and pon- lam i;o,ib.
office supplies, rtc.
Ai-k for our lree Catalog'
You will increase your profits by
buying our low-priced goods. Thou-'
!-ands of rferonccs in all countries
a; your disposal.
Exporthaus M. LIEMANN
Eerlin C. 25 (Germany) Est. in-1888
FREE TREES ARBOR DAY
Persoas on the Is!a:d of Oahu ana
outlying districts of the other Islands
i.ot provided with sub nurseries di!
iiing trees for ArlKir Day planting;
.should make application at the Gov-i
eminent Nursery. King Street, Ho-;
iiolulu. not later than November r.th.i
Application can be made by letter,;
postal or personal call. i
Sub-nurseries are kx-atcd at Hilo,'
Hawaii, and Homestead, Kauai. The I ()n vxv of ((, ( tiou the result of
former is in charge of Brother Mat j tomorrow's voting is more indoubt
ihias Newell aud the latter in ( harge tiKin it has been in any campaign since
of Mr. Walter Mclryde. Persons. Cm sr Cleveland defeated James C.
within a reasonable distance of thoseuia;n jn ihS4.
sub-nurseries should apply direct toj .
He gentlemen named. j tht. Democratic side. Charles K.
Eavh applicant may obtain frceMnrphy, spokesman for Tammany
trees, the number not to exceed 24. j Hall, the New York Democratic organ
Those in the neighborhood at Hotio-1 ization, declared that prospects were
lulu or the other two suihurseriesjjiever brighter for Democratic success
are requested to provide containers! than they are tonight.
to pack them in
Copies of Circular Nd. 2 of the Di
vision of Forestry, containfng useful
information on the planting and care
of trees, will be mailed to persons
applying for same. Copies can also
be had at the government Nursery
and at the sub-nurseries.
The following list gives the names
of trees available at toe Government
Nursery, Honolulu, -for planting on
Arbor Day, November 8, 1912: Blue
Gum, Lemon Gum, Swamp Mahogany,
Ironwood, Monkeyed, Silk Oak, Sugi
(Japanese, Cedar), Monterey Cypress,
Royal Poncisvna, Pink and White
Shower, Pink Shower. Golden Show
er, Jacaranda, Yellow Poinciana, Pep
per tree. '
Oct. 19, 23, 26, 30, Nov. 2, 5.
SALE OF RESIDENT
The following residence lots situated
at" Auwaiolimu. City and" County of
Honolulu, will be offered for sale at
public auction at the following upset
prices, at the front door of the Capi-
tpl, Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon, Tues
day. December 31, 1912.
Terms of Sale: Cash or one-fifth of
the purchase price down and the bal-
ance in tq.ual payments in one. two.
tWVoo onH four M "5 anH A voaro
respectively, with interest at six per
cent. () ier annum.
No person will be allowed to pur
chase more than one lot.
The proceeds from the sale of these
lots as far as necessary will be ex
pended for improvements in this tract.
' Purchaser to pay cost of patent aud
IjoL more . Appraised
Block. No. or less. Value.
4 ..' .. .. 4 7.308 $ 621.18
" 8 6,r04 390.24
10 .. :. .. 3 7,108 604.18
10 12 9,000 270OO
14 3 8.397 419.8.".
!.- 2 S.770 701. 6f
21 4 S.t;23 474.27
21 .... S 11.4XJ .174.20
24 I 1 1,228 673.68
27 6,337 28.1.17
28 7,000 350.00
D 1 15,744 1.574.40
B 3 4.761 428.49
B 4 10.S54 SI 4.05
For maps and information, apply at
the office of the Commissioner of Pub
lic Lands. Capitol Building, Honolulu.
JOSHUA I). TI CKER,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, Oct. 28. 1912.
Oct. 29; Nov. 5. 12, 19, 26; Dec. 3, H.
17, 24, 30.
Mr. (J. A. Ing is w more side
owner and manager of the City
Clothes Cleaning Co. All outstanding j
bills must be presented to Mr. G. A. 1
Long for payment.
ABRAHAM KALEIKAF, i
Notice is hereby given that Y. S :
l.ing is no longer ciiiinccted with j
the Hon Mun Bo Co., Ltd., and has no j
to transact anv husim
II. CI I EE.
Bo Co , Ltd.
By order of the Board of Directors
a spei ial meeting of the Stockholders
of The Koloa Sugar Companv will be
held at the office of H. Hackfeid
C i.. Ltd.. Honohihi. on Wednesday,
Nr. ember 1"'!:
i of the pi' l po-
1'.'12. at 2: ii" p. m..
e o c tisUici iug an
t lie by-laws and such
a.- n. ay come before
rtn' Kei,.:i Sio-al' Co.
' o!' i :',. p.M2.
i t i .n v
MAY ALL BE
.K. N'ii, finlir I.
imnasini; in this c:ry anu
tear tha' d'ils of jolt-nee
u n ss a st ron.-; lore., o;
loK imi troops ;s
r:t lifi.- bv
.".Icl'ibers of t'.e Workmen's Cuild
are reported to raw taken an oat a
to niassarre Christians within the city
, in fse the Huli:arians
i safeguards are p.-sibh
, taken by the
To the Advertiser
Col. William Jennings Bryan in a
statement issued in Lincoln, Nebras
ka, predicts a Democratic victory, al
though practically admitting the chan
ces of the "silent vote" for Roosevelt.
A final statement to the press given
out by Chairman Joseph M. Dixon, of
the Progressive national committee,
predicts that Hoosevelt and Johnson
will poll 6,000,000 out of the 15,000,
000 votes in the Nation.
Tchalja, the last fortress guarding
Constantinople, was captured this
morning by the Bulgarian army. The
Turks defended the fort desperately
and Ao.000 dead and wounded now
cover the field.
The Turkish ambassador in London
was directed today by the Ottoman
government to 'inform Great Britain
of Turkey'- wilMngness to receive as
sistance in bringing about a suspen
sion of hostilities with a viw of ar
riving at a peace settlement.
The American League of Peace has
tendered its services
in the Balkan States
to the British
! foreign offjee, through Dr. William
Judge' Weller iesued a warrant for
the arrest of Wallace J. Poland, Pac
ific Coast representative of the Inter
national Harvester company, on a
charge of embezzlement, and he was
taken into custody this, afternoon.
The clergymen of Newport are un
animous in refusing to officiate at
the wedding of the one-time multi
millionaire E. R. Thomas and Miss
Elizabeth R. Finley. the New York
artist. It has been the rule among the
clergymen it Newport not to marry
General Puang Sing, one time commander-in-chief
of the revolutionary
forces during the recent rebellion, has
been appointed military chief of South
em Fukienj, and ordered to go to
Amoy to supprgss local disorder.
Governor Wood row Wilson forgot
his lacerated scalp today, and continu
ed with his correspondence as usual.
He said he was not bothered by the
injury received early yesterday morn-
roof of the closed motor car in which
he was riding.
Under th plans of Captain C. C.
Marsh. United States NavV a draft
of legislation is being prepared, tor
submission to congress for the forma
tion of a national naval reserve to in
clude all the former naval sailors who
can be reached and other marines
whose services wotiid be of value in
case of war.
somktiiim; for .iiotjikks.
This is the sea-on of the ye;n when'
mothers feel very much eon-erned m-,
er the frequent cold.s coutracted by
their children, and have abundant rea-:
son for it, as every eold weakens thei
liilis, lowers t!ie itality and pavoi
the wav tor the mot" serious !hases;
that so olte:i follow. Cliamln i Iain's ;
Cougii Reui"iy is famous for its cures,
and is pleasant and safe to take. For
sale by all dealers. Benson. Smitii &
'o , Ltd.. agents lor Haw a i i.
To brighten a carpet, swep it with
a brocm dampened (not well ia salt,
water. Care should he taken to shak'
the broom well aftir each dipping.
Chicago Daily News.
For all Art and Pains
RbetuRaliMO.L'arii jl Pdrd-
House on Fernandez Street,
Kalihi. two bedrooms....
$30 per month
House on i; recti Street, two
bedrooms $45 per month
House u Ke.valo Street,
three led rooms
$75 per month
Hofjse on Berefania Street.
Tregloan Place. fvM bed
rooms $18 per month
124 BETHEL STREET
A FEW CENTS
will insure registered and unregister
ed parcels' of merchandise by mail
against loss from anv cause whatever.
HOME INSURANCE CO. OF HAWAII
96 King Street, corner Fort.
W. C. ACHI,
ATTORNEY AT LA
vapiolani luildinf Honolulu. ( -P.
O Vox MM
estimate Furnished on Buildluo
16O Hobl 8L, Oregon Bid Tel. !
May's Old Kona Coffee
BEST IN THE MARKET
HENRY MAY I.CO
. Phone 1271..
rewit L Lyon CeL, Ltd. 0
AwEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING .
. . Everything i, BboHt" -., . .
ORANGE BLOSSOM ; CANDIES
The Most Popular Candies Made
V . on the Coast, .
HONOLULU ORUG-CO LTa
1024 r Fort St Telephone 1384
IU .. ...
Qhaso R. Frazier
r roui iivxiTxsxu
Pkone 1371 123 Kiflf tl
B. F. Dillingham Co.
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of
London, New York Under- i
writers' Agency; Providence
Washington Insurance Co. r
4th Floor, Stangenwald Bldg. I
1000 FEET -INCH
Extra Good Value 25 Ft $3.75
JAMES GUILD COMPANY
EVERYTHING In FURNITURE
Wire Bed Co,,
Corner Alakea and King Sts.
Your attention i3 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 pricp. $r; reduced f0 ?2f.n
THE LEADING HAT CLEANERS
No. 20 Beretania St., nr. Nuuanu Ave
PLIY TlfRRO. Snecialiat
Ererjtliln? In In- prlnllru' Iln ;it
Stiir-Hullellii, Uk-a hllccl; l.innili,
81 Mrs 1MI 1 1 nnuu I
mioni lllll I
C. Q. Yee Hop Horses for Sale
Imported work horses and Liro
MEAT MARKET AND
Telephone 3451 dllb StaUeS
Ttr l.. ll9.
Clothing and Shoes ' REPA,R,NG 0F
v rr tr Automobiles
Yee than & lo.f an(j Carnages
BETHEL AND KING STS. fll,U WI,,,fl5W
PAINTING A SPcCIALTY
- d, co... Wright - tlustace
Wah Yin Chong Co. 3 uid
KING AND SOUTH
King St. Ewa Fiehmarket
f , r - PATTERN HATS, IMPORT-
; firann ( learance Sale ed models and clever
UldllU VlCGiailtt JOlt COPIES. New thines by every
j Now On boat
KWONG' SING LOY MILTON A PARSONS
King Street - Near Bethel 1112 Fort St Phone 3088
Shoe Repairing MAE
Highest Quality of Material and . V - , - wL,m
Best Workmanship "TTf 'Jl i JN KiRS '
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO. Lat.,t Styles Only the Finest-
1051 Fort Street j Materials Used '
Exclusive Patterns Mi Pmvpr '
in Handsome Greys rB f '
W. W.AHANA, ,,"-sn,"u" t
62 SOUTH KING STREET SefcMd, Floor, Boston Wotk.
The mi Koiu! Co.7 jjm
Builder, and Contractors porters of Lace, European
.Offlce: Maunakea 8t nd Fancy Goods -
HOTEL, NEAR FORT. 1
L Chong & Co.,
f - FURnTtURE . NOW'.ON OISLAV
Mattress Upholstering and Fur Ti T TV T?Ti A
niture Repairing IV. J MUkSrlf
22 BERETANIA, nr. NUUANU Nuuanu Stteet, Near Hotel
L,.- V- V - ' .,.,-.'v,y;--.- -"
' ",-.'- - ' : BUY-YOUR V , , V
You'll find what you want at tha SIEEOS
- City: Hardwarje ; Co., -c
' - JACOB80M rBRCTS. '
Nuuanu and King 8treU Pantheon Block Hotel 8t
r'r - - . ... i " i 1 1 i
i ing Chong Co." , , f OWiE -
KING ST. NEAR .BETHEL U yMhOi' ----!
Dealers, in Furniture, Mattress. - , CIGAR NO vyt &s r
es, etc etc. All kinds of KOA ' ... - Wl' ,"' '.'
and MISSION FURNITURE M. A. GUNST & Cd., AgtS.
made 6 order, . ... . .. .... .. , . . r ..." i,;
NEW DRUG STORE S'eSSV
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN , , - INSURANCE rvV, : ; :
HAWAII DRUG CO. LOANS NEGOTIATED ? V
42 Hotel St, at end of Bethe! StangenWald BUlIdlnjr
Well stocked with New Drugs I . -
and Novelties. ''' - j ;" -'
' '' " WHEN YOU WANT . FENCE '
' ' - 8EEs
Honolulu Cydery , r Aytpij; . ?
The ExcluMftft Agency fpr the v Vf flAlvlJ. -.-
famouM HACE Blrydes Cor ' ALAK6A ' 8TBEET". .
Hawaiian Islands. . . ' . k
ISO So. King St Tfl. 18. ,
i I ' ,i ' a I, r i
" TkyI;08 I FdRCEGlioVt H
Vulcanizing Works ' WlJt,' TO IT
182 Merchant St., near Alakea j - . , '
HONOLULU. T. H. . . ,.f .. - . . . f
Y. TAKAKUWA, I BilKilt j
COMMISSION MERCHANT t I
Japanese Provisions and AN OPPORTUNITY
General Merchandiie J . ,. '
Nnuanti St.. Near Kinj; SL r- . . . J
NO PRESERVATIVES IN w w j-w
PIONEER MILK reaestatb
THE BEST MILK OLIVER G.-j LANSING
FOR ALL PURPOSES 80 Merchait Street
Your Grocer Sells It m
KEE LOX SfilCMS for
TI ffK i' iit carbon paper. f
vxyrr- Pf y Gdois
" oTGEN"ERALnrjFrcTstA " " "
TIONERY and FILING SYS- emiASAr
OFFM: SUPPLY CO., LTD. 0n .,tab,hm.nt on ,. ,.
931 FORT STREET equipped to do Dry Cleaning.
IF YOU V1ISII 1t U?KBTISE 15
Anywhere at Anytime, Call On or
i . r. ikl s vrvi HTisixa
Iti Sausome Street Saa Fraielsif