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IIOKOLULO STAR.ntJLLETIX, MONDAY, .TAX. , 101.1.
Ilawaiiiin I odirc. Stilled
Honolulu Lodirc. iml degree
LH Aloha ( Ii;ij1t !N. S, rr
ular. All visiting members of the
order are cordially Invited to at
tend tneetlngs of local lodges.
HONOLULU LODGE, lit, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No.
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 oth-
Marina Enalneera er Assoclationr
Beneficial . are cordially in
Association Tited to attend.
rTTL HcXDTLEY LODGE, KO. 8,
K. ttf P.
Meets every 2nd end 4th Bator
ST B day evening4 at 7 : id o'clock . to
or nan, cor. -Fort and
BaretanlSL Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
V;- . ..A. F. GERTZ, C. C.
y ; T. F. KILBET, JL B, 8. ,
HONOLULU LODGE KO. 8
y:- -r v:.V; , ... -
wlirmeet in Odd Fellows' bnlldlng,
, Fort street, near King, every . Friday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.. .
Visiting , brothers - cordially tinted
to atUnd. . ,
AMBROSE J. WIRTZ. Dictator,
; JAMES W. LLOYD, Secretary.,,
' Oahu Lodge, L O.
G. trill meet in the
froof garden, Odd Fel
lows Bldg., vfirst and
third Tuesday at half
past seven p. m. .
9r .?ATIJChlef Templar.
.x If you have never used a
loose leaf ledger, why not start
.the new year with one.
iv-v See display in our window.
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Young Hotel Bldg.
A FEW CENTS
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will Insure registered and unregister-1-ed
. parcels of merchandise by mail
Against loss from, anv cause whatever.
UOME INSURANCE CO. OF HAWAII,
iS King Street, corner Fort
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American Plan $3:00 a day up
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Every comfort and convenience.
A hifc ciass h3tei at very moderate
ralis. In the cent?- of theatre ami
retail district. On cxr Jisti trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains snd
6tcamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "TxHwets 'Ar.C code
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Baths, most delightful climate, splen
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able. Phone 872.'
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Special Rates for Long Stay
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MRS. L. M. GRAY, Manager.
Newly Renovated Best Hotel
- t f. on Kaual :
Tourist Trade Solicited
C. W. SPITZ : : : Proprietor
ON LINKS THAT MAKE
GOLFING A SPORT
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
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Is now located in its new build
ing, 116-118 HOTEL STREET.
General Catering of the Highest
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GERMAN CONFECTIONERY AND
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,N iHi. ( llu PIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CI!' Til'. TERRITORY OF
HAWAII. . D. TERM.
Cecil Drown, Plain-tiff, v. Kmmott
.May; Kmuutt .May, Trustee. De-I-.nUiiit.
William ile:.ry; William
licnrv. hectiu-r of tin- Fidelity In
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Wu't'v. un.ys uarmstiee;
Summon.-. . I
The Territory of Hawaii: To the i
Hith St-i-ntf of the Territory of Ha-,
wan. or his Deputy; tl:e Sheriff of the.
City and County of Honolulu, or his;
i ou are commanaea to summon
Emnictt May; Kmniett .May, Trustee.
Defendant, in case he shall, file writ
ten answer within twenty days after
service hereof, to be and appear be
fore the said Circuit Court at the term
thereof pending immediately after the
expiration of twenty days fter ser
vice hereof; provided, however, if no
term be pending at such time, then to
be and appear before the said Circuit
Court at the next succeeding term
thereof, to-wit, the January, -ISl'S,
Torm thereof, to be holden at Hono
lulu, City and County of Honolulu, on
Monday, the 13th day of January, at
ten o'clock a. m.. to show cause why
the claim of Cecil Brown, PlalntifT,
should not be awarded to him pur
suant to the tenor of his annexed Com
plaint. And you are aiso commanded
to ler.ve a true and attested copy of
this Writ with William Henry, Wil
liam Henry receiver of the Fidelity In
surance Company, Limited, the attor
ney, agent, factor, trustee, or debtor,
of theabove named Defendant, or at
the place of his usual abode, and him
summon to appear personally in said
Court on the day of trial, at ten
o'clock a, m., then and there, on oath,
to disclose whether he has or at the
time said copy was served, had any
of the goods or effects of the De
fendant in his hands, and if so, the
nature, amount and value of the same,
or is indebted to the Defendant, and,
if so, the amount and nature of such
Notify the said Garnishee that upon
default to attend at the place on the
day and hour above mentioned, exe
cution will be issued against his prop
er estate for the amount of such
judgment as the Plaintiff may recover
against the Defendant
And have you then there hls Writ
with full return of your proceedings
Witness the Honorable HENRY E.
COOPER, First Judge of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit at Honolulu
aforesaid this 29th day of July, 1912.
(Seal) ' . J. A. DOMINIS,
Section 2122 Rev. Laws. Whenso
ever any person summoned as an at
torney, agent, factor or debtor of any
defendant, may be desirous of so do
ing, he may" apply to the magistrate or
any judge of the court from whom or
which the said summons may have
issued, and the magistrate or judge
having caused reasonable notice to be
given to. the plaintiff in the action
shall proceed to take the deposition pf
the person thus summoned, and make
such order-as may be proper in the
premises, at any time previous to the
day appointed for hearing the cause,
and the person so summoned as agent,
factor or debtor of the party defend
ant, shall be taken to have obeyed
Edorsement: 1 No. 7579, Reg. 4,
Page 43. Circuit Court. First CircuU.
Cecil Brown, Plaintiff., v. Emmett
May, Emmett May, Trustee, Defend
ant William Henry, William Henry7
Receiver ef the Fidelity Insurance
Company, Limited, Garnishee. Gar
Issued at 9:25 o'clock a. m., July
29, 1912. J. A Dominis, Clerk. Re
turned at 10:25 o'clock a. m., August
7, 1912. J, A Dominis, Clerk. Alex
ander D. Larnach, Stangenwald Bldg.,
Honolulu, Attorney for Plaintiff.
I certify the foregoing to be a true,
full and faithful copy of the original
on fije in the archives of said Court
Witness my hand and Seal of said
Court, at Honolulu aforesaid, this 3rd
day of October, 1912.
(Seal) HENRY SMITH, Clerk.
6360 Oct 7, 14, 21, 28; Nov 4, 11, 18,
25; Dec 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; Jan 6, 13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii. At Chambers In Divorce.
Carrie F. Macfarlane, Libellant, vs.
Clarence K. Macfarlane, LIbellee.
Notice. To Clarence K. Macfarlane,
Libellee In the above entitled cause:
Please take notice that Carrie F. Mac
larlane, Libellant in the above entitled
cause, filed a suit for divorce against
you on May 22. 1912, and that said
suit is still pending and set for trial
end hearing before said Court at the
Old Y. M .C. A. Building at the cor
ner of Alakea and Hotel Streets in
Honolulu, City and County of Honolu
lu, Territory of Hawaii, on Monday,
the 2'Hh day of January, 1913, at :
o'c lock a. m. of said day or as soon
thereafter as Counsel can be heard.
I)ateil. Honolulu. December 2. 1912.
By order of the Court,
(Seal) JOHN" MARCALLINO,-
Clerk. Circuit Court, First Judicial
Circuit. T. II.
NO A W. ALl'LI, Attorney for Libel
lant. Dec. 2. 9. 1C, 23, 30, Jan. 6, 13.
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(Continued from page 9.)
The ball went Into play in posses
feion of the soldiers on their twenty
five yard line. On the first down
Reynolds took the ball through cen
ter for a gain of about a yard and a
half and on the second repeated the
trick, gaining two yards more. On
the third the quarterback fumbled
the ball, which was recovered by the
Soldiers with the loss of a yard. The
Soldiers then punted and the ball
was taken by the Townies in the
center of the field. Hall then punted
and the ball was received by kWacker
on the ten-yard-line, an,d no gain was
made. . On the first down Baugh
took the ball between center and
right' guard for a gain of four yards
and on the second Baugh passed the
ball to Wacker, who took it for a
gain of seven yards.'. Wacker took
the oval on the- first down and ran
for the leftiendfor no gain. Lowndes
then went through, centerfor a gain
of one yard anil on the third down a
punt from the- Soldiers was received
by Friesell oh the .twenty-yard line,
Friesell was slipped the ball on the
first down but was credited with no
gain and on the Second Hall punted
and the ball was taken by jthe Sol
diers and came to a stop on the
thirty-yard line. On the first down
Lowndes tried a pass which proved
to be incomplete and on the second
Baugh made about a yard through
center. The Soldiers then punted
and the ball was - recovered by the
Townies, and after three passes by
Hall, each of which proved incom
plete, time Was called for the end of
the second quarter, with the score
still 7 to 0 in favor of the Townies.
A few changes were made in the
lineup of the Soldiers at the begin
ning of the third quarter. Law went
in for Erier at right end, and Green
away for Lowndes at quarterback.
The Townies kicked to the Soldiers
the ball being received by Baugh oh
the tenryard line. Tucking the ball
under his arm. Baugh ran for forty
five yards before being tackled. On
the first down Wacker was given the
ball but made no gain and Baugh
also failed to gain on -the second.
Greenaway then punted and the ball
was received by the Townies. Hall
punted the first down and the ball
once more came into the possession
of the Soldiers on their forty-yard-ine.
Teynolds took the oval on t he
first down but was rushed back by
the Townies for the loss of a yard
and on the second Baugh went
through center for a gain of one
yard. Wacker failed to gain on the
third, and as the Townies were
penalized five yards at this point
the Soidiers were credited with an-
i other first down. Wacked made a
i yard, gain on the first and on the
(second Reynolds ducked through cec
iter for a gain of two yards. On the
1 third a pass by Greenaway proved
; to be incomplete, and 'also on the
lourtli, and the ball went over. Frie
sell went around ric'nt end on the
first clown for a gain of two yards
land Hail failed to make a gain on
;the second. A pass from Hall mi tiwj
; third proved to be incomplete, and
he- punted on the fourth, the ball be-J
nig received by the Soldiers. Thej
ball was brouehr to the center of the
l'i?id -by the Soldiers and when within i
thir:y yards of the Townies' goal i
.inc. the ,hist!e blew for the cny of,
the third quarter.
Last Quarter. i
The ball wen' into pla in posses-1
-ion of the Soldiers on the thirty-;
vard line. On ihe first down Wacker,
look the ball tcroutih cen'er for a
i:ain of four yards and on th- second
Reynolds went through t lie cenicr
tor five yards. On the third Crcen
i u ay made two yards and the Sol
uieis were credit'-d wnh ano'her
lir.-t down. ;r-eeiiawn then made a.
:-a-s :oid ;! ball was I r -ived by j
Pastori who 'i;rie a iron.! sain of
-eventei n yards. (Mi the first down
Reynolds tailed to made a pain and
ihe Soldiers were penalized five yards
lol p I . i " 1 ! '. , 1 1 1 1 le
made a pa--, w hi. ,
complete a:, i
prowd id be in
he font ill don in
punted., the ball being received by
Frieze!!, who fumbled it. with the re- M
t'!lt thru h
n! li, l.v
in ". 7 in ;
a rushed over the
S.. hhers. scoring tw
tli. in tiv a touchbacW.
u 2 in r'aor of the Townies.
wmi mto play in iKissessiou
f the lOCnit-s on the .ventj tivo
.-trJ ari'l n the first down the
;iv. j.j. s t re :n-nar.zt'd fifteen ards
.: holai;.?. . O:; tbo second !i.-.;i Hall J
i'Uind and the hall as rncitl by
Cieenaway. who made a kooU ua:n of
f.ventv yards. After a few unsuc-!
tesi'ul plays tbe Soldiers lot the
1 ail a!'d the Townies advanced until
witlun iliiny yards of the Soldiers'
?oai lino. Friesell then attempted a
place kick, but Cathy broke through
tlie line and blocked the kick, putting
ihe hooks on wha; misht have been
another seore. With the ball in pos
sesion of the Townies. time was
called for the end of the game, with
' 'he final score
o 2 in favor of the
. The Lineups.
! Soldiers Position Towriie.
, Krler-Law UK Clark
, Ugnier I1T Paiy
Osborne RG Kauae
j Hamilton V Moore
j C&'hy LG... llamakua
1 Craig LT lnmau
away (C) QB..
Score Town Team 7, Soldiers 2.
Touchdowns Hall 1.
Goals Friesell 1.
Touchbacks 3oldlers 1.
Officials Schuman, referee; Byrne
umpire; Quintal, head linesman;
Bailie and lr win timekeepers; Al
rich and Qrant, linesmen.
Never hesitate about giving Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy to children.
It contains no onium or other narcot
ics and can be given with imolicit con
fidence. As a quick cure for coughs
and colds to which children are-sus
ceptible, it is unsurpassed. For sa
by all dealers. Benson, Smith AT Cot,
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ment. , ; -
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Two hundred and one, Jan. 10th.
Omy - establishment i en tht Island
equipped im d Dry CUanfnsjL
' . PHONE"' 5I , . '
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
up until 12 Noon of Wednesday, Jan
uary 8, 1913, for constructing concrete
pipe culverts in Makiki, City and
County, of Honolulu, : "-.
" Plans. specifications and ; blank
forms for proposal are on file In the
office of the Superintendent of Public
AVorks, Capitol Building.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or all
H. K. BISHOP,
. Superintendent ot Public Works.
Honolulu, December 26, 1912.
Sealed tenders , will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
up until 12 noon of Monday, January
13, 1913, for furnishing cast iron man
hole and inlet tops for the Depart
ment of Public Works, Honolulu. .
.Plans, specifications and blank
forms for proposal are on. file in the
office of the Superintendent of Public
Works, Capitol Building.
The Superintendent , of Public
Works reserves-the right to reject
any or all tenders..
H. K. BISHOP,
Superintendent of Public, Works.
Honolulu, January 3, 1913.
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
up until 12 noon of Friday, January
31st. 19.13, for furnishing metal book
stacks -and accessories for the office
of the. Registrar of Conveyances. Ho
nolulu. Plans, specifications and blank
forms for proposal are on file in the
lOiuce ui me .aiipei imeitueui ut ruu-
lie Works, Capitol Building.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right-to reject any or all
H. K. BISHOP.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, December 31, 1912.
IN THE CIRCTIT COl'RT 0' THE
PMrst Circuit. Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers In Probate. In the mat-;
ter of the estate of Mrs. Mary A. H.
S. Rose of Honolulu. Oahu. Deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti
tion for Probate of Will.
A document purporting to be the
last will and testament of Mrs. Mary
A. H. S. Rose, deceased, having on
the 'JMh day of December. A. D. 1912.
b"en presented to s;iid Probate Court,
and a petition for probate thereof,
praying for the issuance of letter.
testamentary to ('has. H. Rose hav
ing been filed by Minnie Elizabeth
P is ordered, that Monday, the 3rd
day of February. A. D. in 13. at !'
o lock a. m.. of s;;id dav, at the
Court room of said ('our' in the old
V. M. C. A. Building in the city and
county Honolulu. He and the same
is hereby, appoinied ihe time and
place for proving said wiil and hear
ing said application.
By the Court :
Clerk firs' Circuit Coi-rt.
."430 Dec. 30
IN QUANTITIES AS WANTED.
CALL AND SEE A WALL
JUST PUT UP IN REAR OF
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177 S. King St.
THE MOST SANITARY FAM.
ILY BUTCHER SHOP IN THE
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Phone 3451 .. 123 N. King SL
Tee Chan & Co.
King & Bethel Sta.
Flnt Line) of Dry Goods
fah Ying Chohg.(o.
King 8L ..... Ewa Flshmarkat
r tuildsra and Contractora .
Ofle: MaoiakeaBt. , '
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' FURNITURE v
Mattress Upholstering and Fur
r niture Repairing
22 BERETANIA nr. NUUANU I
You'll find what you want at tht
City Hardware Co.,
Nuuanu and King Streets
Wing Clibiiii Cds
KING 8T NEAR . BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture, Mattress
es, etc. etc. All kinds of KOA
and MISSION FURNITURE
mada to order.
NEW DRUG STORE
SODA WATEfR FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel St, at end of Bethel
Well stocked , with New Drugs
The Exelushe Agency for the
famous RACYCLE Bicycles for
180 So. Klaff SL TeL 8518.
Japanese- Provisions and -
Nuuanu SL. Near King SL
For GENERAL OFFICE STA
TIONERY and FILING SYS
TEMS call or write to us and
we will fill your wants.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., LTD.
931 FORT STREET
$12(V -Corner Lot Nuuanu and Judd
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!flr!00- -10-acre Farm. Kalihi.
."" 1 acre at Alewa Heights.
Dot.s at Puur.ui nr. Wyllie St.
Lo's at Alewr Heights.
Lots in Kapaliina, above School St.
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Walty Bnllding. "4 S. KIdj StreeL
Estimates Fuiuish'd o;i P,ui!ding
iii Hotel St.. Oregon Hldg. Tel 3t'.t;
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Automobiles and Autiinoblla ?
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Anto Supply Dept. ..... 3X17
Auto Salesroom ........ 32CT
Merchandise & Machinery. 2417
EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY; j
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Fort SL Second Floor
LADIES' FANCY GOODS
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. ADVERTISING AGENTS ,
.122 King SL
AND REAL E3TAT9
ol(v e fi : l a ndtrtQ
80 Merchant Street
Geo. C. Beckiey,
Phone 3003 Sole Distributor
lines have the class
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SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
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Repairing of Automobiles and
Carriages. Painting a specialty.
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