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HONOLULD STAB-BDLLETIN. WTIDXESDAT, JAN. 15, 1913.
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RESOLUTION NO. 1
RESOLUTION MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR VARIOUS SERVICES
AND LIABILITIES OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU,
, FOR THE PERIOD ENDING JUNE 30. 1913.
BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of the City and Coun
ty of Honolulu, Territory of Hawall.that the following sums, amounting
to THREE HUNDRED THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED
AND NINETY DOLLARS $325,590.00),, are hereby appropriated to be
paid oat of all moneys in the General Fnnd of the Treasury of the City
and County of -Honolulu for salaries fixed by law and other salaries,
wages of labor, donations, maintenance of Jails and general expenses of
the said City and County for the period beginning with the first day of
January, A. D. 1913. and ending with the thirtieth day of June, A. B. 1913,
such payments to be made on pro rata monthly subdivisions as stated in
the schedule thereof herein contained:
Disastrous Results of Recent
Elections Force Action for
Salaries fixed by Law... :
Advertising, ' not pro rated
Attorney,' Deputies and Office employees
Attorney,: Material and Supplies;
Attorney,' Expenses, Clrif and ''Criminal Cases, not pro
'rated i:. ......
Auditor, Deputy and Office Employees ...
AuBitor, Material and Supplies ...i
Building and Plumbing Inspector, Pay Rol
Building and Plumbing -Inspector, 'Material and Sup
plies. ' .., . - y i . ..
Burial Indigent. Dead, not . pro "rated
Court Expenses, First "Circuit Court, not pro rated ..
City -and County -Physician, Pay Roll . ............
City and County Physician, Medicine.... .
Clerk; ' Deputy arid Office Employees ;
Clerk, - Material and 'Supplies . ; ;
CoHectJon and 'Disposition -of Garbage
Commission, Collecting Road Taxes,' not pro rated
Coroner Inquests,, not. pro rated -.
District Court. Employees ....
District' Court,'' Eiriploy'ees, 'not pro rated .
District Courts, Material and Supplies
District Magistrate, Second, not pro rated .
Donation, J Leahl 'Home . i .
Engineering and-Surveying Work, Pay Roll
Engineering , and .Surreying Work Material and Sup-
Fisn inspectors, Pay 'Roll X. '
Hospital Expenses (including Maternity Home) not
. pro rated ...................
Jailer's . Park Supplies, not pro rated ,
- License , Commissioners Board, Expenses.
f .Maintenance, Fire- - Department -Pay -Roll
.. Maintenance, Fire "Department, Material and Supplies.
-Maintenance, Hawaiian Band, 'Pay - Roll it .
J Maintenance, Hawaiian Band,- Materi al ' and Supplies .
v Mamtenarrce, " Jafis, ' Pay Roll - . ; v. .... ....
; Maintenance, ' Country Jails, r Material' and Supplies,
' not - pro rated.............,... ..... ........
Maintenance, Kaplolanl Park (to be expended under
.: i 4h9 supervision of . the 1 Board of;Supervlaors)
; . Maintenance, Parks, Pay Roll. . . . . . '. . ... ........
' Maintenance, Parks, Material and Supplies, n not ; pro
j . - rated ........... i ..... . . .
Maintenance, PoUceand Fire Alarm System,-Pay Roll
';' Maintenance, Tollce and'FlrAlarm System, Materials
' "and -'Supplies ' V. .'. ?'' . ns V.
' Maintenance, i P61Ice Force, Pay Roll, ... . .' . ,
Maint enance, Police Force, Material and Supplies
.V Maintenance, Prisoners ; , . . .Y. .1V. ,V; . . . i . . . . .
Maintenance. Mayor and Board of Supervisors Auto-'
".'"; ! mobile, not pro rated ........ ..
'- Maintenance, Mayor and Board of "Supervisors Ant o
nclle Pay Roll . Ji: ; i . . .. .. i .
; Maintenance ""of "Roads, Honolulu Districts .-sra . lXoOOjO
Maintenance of Roads. Ewa' District. : X750.D0 :
; Maintenance. Df, Roads, .Waianae. District . -400.00 .
"tMainter mce of. Roads, :WaIaluarDlstrict'. lXfoq.OQ0
. ,; Maintenance of Roads, Koolauloa-District .ii.ii. 1,000.Q0
. Maintenance of Roads,' Koolaupoko District , . ; .........
Maintenance ot . Roads, Waljnanaio Dlstritt, :not pro
' Maintenance tad Construction Electric Systenv Pay
''i'i i -Roll k. '..'. ... irif . . . i. . . . .......
( Maintenance and Construction 'Electric 5 System, - Ma
! :Lz ? Vterial and Supplies ...... .., .
v Mayor, Entertainment Fund, not pro rated
v t-Mayovinciientais,;t:f .:. . ..;.... . . . .....
c Meat and F6od Inspector, Pay Roll...
Milk Inspector; Pay;Roli;;;....V;:i:.7.;..:.U.;-.
Municipal Office, Rent and Janitor. ,. ......
;- Prealna on Bonds,4ElectlTe' Officers, nbt pro. rated.'. . .
h Sanitary Inspectors. Pay Rolr
Supertisors, Material and Supplies not9 pro rated
si Treasurer,;Deputy and Office Employees. ..... .i .
. Treasurer, Material and' Supplies, TnoVpro rated .
Witness Fees? not pro rated . .; .. .... . . . . ,
. - . - - : ' "BEiIT -FURTHER RESOLVED, That the sum of TWELVE THOUSAND
; v DOLLARS '(112,000.00), be and theiame'Js hereby -appropriated to be paid
': . ivout of all moneys In the Permanent Improvement - Fund of , the City v and
t v If County of Honolulu, 'for Permanent' Pavements In' the District; ;of Honolalu
'of eald'CLy.and Couuty lor.the period beginning with" th6 first flay of Janu
' t Ary, 1S13. and ending vrth the, thirtieth day of June, 1913. "
HtoV'tT.VVLTBER RESOLVED,' That-the sum of EIGHT THOUSAND
: : SEVEN HUNDRED ANp' FIFTY DOLLARS ($8,750.00), is hereby appropri
v 'lated out of all moneys in the School Fund for repair , and maintenance of
; - ' . echool bu!!dlngs tod grounds, labor bnrepair,work, materiai,imaIntenance,
; ' nd school janitor Sertlce In'the City andjCounty of Honolulu for the per
v lod beginning with; the 'first day of Janurary,i9i3, and endlnr with-the tnlr
:tleth day;of June, mJ'f.Ivv -:-r . . ;
- ' V BE: IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Auditor of the City and County
" 6f Honolulu' is hereby authorised and directed to draw warrants on the Treas-
. nrer of said' City sand County for' any of the sums named herein,, or parts
.thereof, upon Sharing filed with him schedules of salaries fixed hy law and
' ' . Aotherisalaries, of donation named'herein, of pay rolls and accounts for ma
terials and supplies for general expenses and for permanent improvements,
.accompanied by original 'vouchers andcertlfled by the Clerk as having been
, .fnly. passed and allowed by the Board of "Supervisors at any regular meet
- tag or any special meeting called for the purpose of considering expendi
tures. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That to mak expenditures under this
ResoIution,'lt shall De necessary that all ealafy listsr items covering dona
' t Ion, pay rolls, accounts of general expenses and permanent improvements
thill, before1 being presented to the Board of Supervisors, be passed upon by
aCotnmlttee 'or Committees and by such be 'reported; to the Board of Su-
pertisonr, with the recommendation of such Committee or Committees, and
sum8 f6und to be lawfully due and payable may then be voted upon singly
or collectively as convenient, on a call of the ayes and noes. In the event of
any such Committee failing or neglecting to so pass any such matters or to
make ny -recommendation in regard thereto, the Board may thereupon
AND , BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That no liability under this Reso
lution; shall be Incurred in any month in excess ef the monthly pro rata
sums herein authorized.
iAND.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That this Resolution shall take ef
fect upon its approvaL
V Introduced by
' Y . WM. H. McCLELLAN,
VHonolulu, January 7, 1913.
Approved this 14th day of January A. D. liK
5443 Jan. 1415, 16.
JOSEPH J. FEKN.
ONTARIO'S HEAVIEST MAN
Weighed -540 Pounds , and Predicted
the Night f His Death
The funeral took place a few days
ago of the largest man in the province
of Ontario, Frank Chalmers, of Pel
ham township. Mr. Chalmers weigh
ed 540 pounds. He, however, was very
active for a man of his size, and
worked up to the time of his death.
A peculiar feature in connection with
his death is that he seemed to have
a premonition that his days on earth
were at an end. Before he retired he
remarked: "I believe I will be dead
before morning," and he was.
By ERNEST N. SMITH
ISpxil Star-Bull-tin Correspondence
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. . 3. San
Francisco is in a bad way.
Not socially, morally, commercially,
or financially, but municipally as re
gards the future of the city.
San Francisco, making ready to play
host to the world in 1815, has "backed
up" as one writer expressed it, when
he recently called the city to account,
and awoke its good citizens to ajreali
tation of .their smug self-sufficiency. t
Maybe it ought not to be called that.
It really is the root of the past evils
with which the city, has been afflicted,
that no w sprout again at an Inoppor
tune time to blight the city's'5 pro
gress. In short, the way the citizens voted
at the recent municipal elections
seems to hate -effectually stopped the
city's efforts to make ready, for 1915.
And they probably did that because
they looked upon with suspicion any
amendment that even remotely had
anything to do with a corporation, and
they put the stamp of disapproval on
pretty nearly everything , that woulfi
tend to increase the tax rate which
while, high, is by no means exorbitant
for a city -n San Francisco's posltidn.
Under the California laws , pretty
nearly any old matter can be voted
upon if enough people sign a petition
toring the matter 'before the people.
And the first to take advantage of the
new' laws were the J city Employes,
about half the recent amendments' Vot
ed upon were to increase the salaries
of the workers in various municipal
departments? ' Even the flremen,,,(,wlth
hours .upon hours of 'easy ( time,: tried
to get the city to': vote upon . a- three
platoon system which would have add
fetl many more-" men to the fire force,
only to. give the present force more
time off, and - which? would have, cost
the city about $600,000 a year. tThls,
with other amendments, was voted
down ? with great alacrity. . ' .
But wiflb. equal joy, Beemingly, most
ef the amendments that were -quite
necessary for the city's welfare wejfe
also' voted down. - . ' '
-For instarice-n the charter. amend
ments election "the opponents f .'mu
nicipal ownership voted 'down:- a
method wherelfy various public utili
ties 'could beextended thru the use ' of
public capltaf --vi-v.-"
And at rh Rftme. time the friends of
j2.00J municipal ownership voted down,; an
amendment which would nave provid
ed for an extension of public utilities
by. private capital. 1 f
Block' Public; Work.
C The net result being that -there? is
now no practical way of extending
public utilities. V
In other -'words no street railroad,
water main, gas pipe, electric line or
steam conduit can be extended into' the
outer .'city districts. The' city basn't
the power .ten make the extension itself J
and.vcan t 'grant the necessary permits
for private, capital to do the work. -:
A; 1911 amendment to the. constitu
tion 'shut" off perpetual franchises and
the general rights of water and; light
corporations. Capital ' refuses . to ex
teid any. street railways underA twenty-five
year franchise withwages - at
I3.Q0 a day; because ia that short time
It cannot get Its money bapk And
the people have voted that the people
mustn't make them. ' ' 't
Following up the'same foolish policy
and citizens 'voted . down the amend
ment to take the water bonds from
the city debt limit. As 'a fnunicipal
water plant would be self-sustaining,
the. receipts from water paying the In
terest on 'the bonds, and providing a
sinking fund, it was felt -that 'these
bonds could be removed' from the "debt
limit and the city could then bond it
self to carry forward other municipal
improvements. But the citizens," or
enough of those who yoted, killed any
present hope 'of accomplishing that
A Financial Problem.
"San "Francisco's debt limit is about
$77.500j000. We have alreadr voted
bonds amounting to $79,000,000. The
city must have water, wants the Hetch
Hetchy, but Secretary Fisher says we
must first buy the Spring Valley. This
will cost between $35,000,000 and $40,
000,000,. but where is the money com
ing from? ,lf we took some of our
present water bonds to buy Spring Val
ley we wouldn't have enough left to
develop Hetch Hetchy. And vice
The transportation expert that the
city has been hiring for months at a
tremendous sum, has reported that
San Francisco must spend $17,500,000
very snoruy ior street, rauruau exieu
sions if the city is to be in any kind
of shape to handle the world's fair
traffic. But the people haven't voted
any w ay to get the. money.
And in the next few years, some of
the important street railway fran
chises expire. The natural and logical
thing for the city to do would be to
buy the rolling stoctf and rails and
plant and add it to the present Geary
street municipal railway. But the cit
izens put a crimp in the city s finances.
There j-ame an opportunity to buy
the famous Sntro baths and heights,
jerhafs San Francisco most notable
playground, at the entrance to the
Golden Gate. But the citizens voted
that down, and probably the property
is lost to the city forever.
Good Things Beaten.,
An aquatic park was vo:ed down,
though olhor cities on the roast have
San Francisco has an old-fashioned
fire alarm and police patrol call sys
tem. If a modem fire alarm system is
installed the insurance men offered to
reduce rates in the city to the extent
that $6ft,o a year would be saved on J
insurance. The' entire system would;
be paid for in money, saved tn a very I
few years, but that was voted down. !
It is estimated that over 50,000 peo
ple have been driven outside of San
Francisco to live because of the lack
of transportation and "public utility ex
tensions within the city limits.
. Nobody, except those most directly
interested, realized what a iositIon the
wasj placed in until a writer with a
trenchant pen opened up and showed
"We must get over our stolid self
complacency." he wrote lately. "Our
mgralned belief that our city Is the
most beautiful in the world and the
necessasy pet of commercial destiny.
We must .drop our recent atrirude ot
miseny timidity me craven rear or
spending a few dollars for the benefit
of the future."
And tow the city eems awake.
There was an immediate cry for ac
tion It was finally suggested that
the mayor appoint a' committee of one
thousand representing all walks of
life and activity, to conduct an open
forum for the good of the city. All
questions of civic importance were to
be brought up before' the thousand,
and threshed out In other words this
great committee' was to be one of re1
commendation for the rest of the com
munity. The extremists' on both sides
of a question ' were to be brought to
gether on common ground. The only
cry was to be "For the good -of ! the
city," and all elforts were to be made
to undo the potential harm done to
Sau Francisco by its recent elections.
Waking up. Now.
The mayor has already responded
by statrag that he will soon appoint a
committee of ffyy, and upon these
people will devolve the task of select
ing the larger number. H '
We all thought ourselves pretty live
ly considering that; we had a world's
exposition on our jiands -until a man
wiser than thdArest proved that Jwe
were asleep or filled, with self-sufficiency.
' ii? - 1
Any way-Sari Francisco is awake
now. . :v K.y-i
III A III:
III II IlLillLl
Papefs Pjapepsinl' fettles
8oiirf iUpset:Stomachs in
ri)o aome 'foods', ybu eat Tilt back f
taste .good, but f work ibadly; . ferment
Into; stubborn fujhns',and cause a: sick,
sbur gassy .stomach ? - N6, ; Mr.Vof
Mrs. 'Dyspepti Joit this ddwn: , Pipe's
DIapepsinA'digeits everything, leaving
nothing: ta sour and upset ybu. There
never was anything so safely quick, sa
certainly effect No; difference now
badly your Atomach Is 'disordered tou
wlH- get happy relief JW five minutes,
but what' pleases you 'most fs'tbatttt
strengthens ahd. regulates yourStom
ech so you pan eat your favorite foods
V.thout fear; ' "' ' ' V '' . '
,;Most,femed?es give yOu relief some-times-they'are
8loW,'tbut not sure,
DIapepsln'is nulck,, positive 'and puts
your stomach in a "healthy condition
so the misery won't come backs
- J-tou, feel ifjerent as soon it Dlapep
sfn comes In tontac with the stoniaca
r-dlstress Jtif t vanlshes--ybur ' ttom
ach jgets sweeti' no gases, nb'belcbing,
no eructations of , undigested food,
your, head clears and you feel fine.
:Go how, make the bes'.fnyestmiut
ybu ever made by getting a lirge ilfty
ccnt case ,bf Pape'slDiapeiJsin from
end drug 'store. You realize4 In five
miuUites how needless It-Is' to suffer
from ! IhdlgeStloh.t'df Spepsia or any
stomachy disorder. advertisement.
For homestead and settlement pur
poses only, the Maui Railroad and
Steamship Company has conveyed to
the Territorv of Hawaii certain par
cels of land in Hamakualoa, MauiJ
coiumning- m acrt; ucbiucb a ns"i
of way area not mentioned, except
ing various portions and rights of way
for certain established ditches aggre
gating about eighty acres.
While a consideration of one dollar
is named, it is stipulated that the
territory shall pay to the company
ajl money received for interest on de
ferred payments, rent, etc., received
from occupants to whom the lands
may be granted, or if the actual
monevs cannot be turned over then
an equal amount from other funds in
the possession of the territory.
Besides the rights of way specifical
ly granted, the grantor reserves the
right, during the lives of Joseph P.
Cook and his four sons, and Frank
F. Baldwin and his three sons, and
for twenty years from the decease of
the last survivor of them, to grant
rights of way for the Kahului rail
road, and for ditches, reservoirs, etc.,
through and? upon the lands to home
steaders, who are. given the privi
lege of passing over the lands so re
served. Rights of cutting timber in
cident to construction work for rail
road or water privileges are also al
lowed, with a provision for compensa
tion to the occupants, who are liable
to injunction or forfeiture of lands
for breach of conditions of occupancy
such as mentioned.
Tor Infants and Children.
rhe Kind Yoo Kara Always Bougbt
Wc arc talking about Ayer
Hair Vigor. Just note that word
"AycrV You are perfectly
safe with it No harm to you or
to your hair. Makes the hair
grow ? It certainly does. Stops
"Ayer's " wc arc talking aboot
Ask your doctor about your hair
and about Ayer's Hair Vigor
;Gct hisfaOTroyal. Ypurjqwn
doctorand AyerV' make
- strong combination. I III means
faith; confidence, satisfaction. -
DOES NOTCOLOR FfHAKl
tlEdAL NOTICES. "
No. :23'TERIirrQRY pF ' HAWAII.
COURT . OF- LAND REGISTRATION.
TERRITORY OF i HAWAII TO E. 1L
F. WOLTERS; HAWAIIAN
ELECTRIC CO., - LTD TERRI
TORY OF HAWAII, by vW. W.
Thayer, Attorney ? General and
H. K. BISHOP,' Superintendent
of Mlic:W6rks; :CITY AND
COUNTY- OF HONOLULU, v by
Joseph J. ; Fern, vi Mayor . and
President of the Board, of Super.
, Tisorsand to.jALLcwnom: It may
concern; v, ;
,. Whereaaatpcytion'bas been pre
sented 4o r-sald - court by r Charles M.
Cooke, f Limited, to;, register nd con
firm Its title, In toe following-described
land :s . , ' "' " T; ; ,v 't-a-
Beginning -.at the Westscorner i of
this 'piece ' and - the South j corner ; of
Land v Court Petition -Na .8$rin the
N6rtheast,;sld6 of 'Merchant street,
said, point being located by,, the I fol
lowing trayerse from a Government
surrey - Street Monument : near v the
West vnier of Aakea and .Merchant
Streets u '
a. f 274M5 this feet to the Initial
, v , point. of L. C. Pet. -No. 6
b. 307f.ll' 34.40 , leet," to the .' initial
L point of this lot; and thence
. running hy . true aslinuths : 1:
X .227' 50 20.5 feet, along L. a PeU-
YoUoil No'86; '
2. 232 07' 48:2 feet, along L. C. Petl
. v . - tioo-No 8; -, .
3. 314 11' 1.0 feet, along fence;:
4. 130. 23 79.13 feet along ence ;
5. 32240' 52.50 feet, along theSouth-
west side of King street; s
6. 5307?8L50 feet, ' along the Ha
' kalian Electric. Light 1 build
ing; " ' ' ' v- :- -
,'7. 42 2051.45 feet, along the Ha
waiian Electric Light build
ing; ' ... ' '
8.; 127 11' 58.00 feet -along the "North-
p east side of Merchant " Street
to the 'point' of beginning.
Area 7320 square feet'
You are hereby cited to appear at
the Court of Land Registration, i to
be ; held at the City ' and. County of
Honolulu on the 5th day tof February
A. 1 D. 1913, at two o'clock ' in the af
ternoon, to show cause if any -you
have, why the prayer of said petition
should not be granted. And unless
you appear at said Court at the time
and place aforesaid your default wtil
be recorded,' and the said petition
will bf taken as confessed, and you
will ,; be forever barred from contest
ing "Said petition or any decree en
tered thereon. -
Witness- the Honorable William L.
Whitney, Judge Of saM Court, this
8th day of January in- the year
nineteen hundred and thirteen.
Attest with Seal of said Court:
(Signed) JOHN MARCALLINO,
(Seal) - v Registrar.
5431 Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Superintendent or Public Works
up until 12 m., Tuesday, February 11,
1913, for the purnlshlng of a 30-inch
Venturi Meter and recording appara
tus for the Honolulu Water Works.
Specifications and blank forms for
proposal are on file in the office of
the Superintendent of Public Works,
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or all
H. K. BISHOP,
Superintendent ef Public Works.
The German Savings and Loan Soci
ety, 526 California St., San Fran
cisco (Member of Associated 3av
ings Banks of San Francisco).
For the half year ending December
31. 1912, a dividend ha3 been declar
ed at the rate of four per cent per an
num on all deposits, free of taxes,
payable on and after Thursday, Jan
uary 2, 1913. Dividends not called
for are added to the deposit account,
and earn dividends from January 1,J
New Playing Cards
Hawaiian News Co.
Alexander Young BIdg.
THE MOST SANITARY FAM.
ILY BUTCHER SHOP IN THE
C. Q. . Yee Hop
Phone 3451 . 123 N. King 8t
Too Chan & Co.
King '& Bethel Sta. '
Fine Un of Dry. Geoda
Vah Ying Chong Co.
King St. ...' Cw Flahmarktt
The Uon Voh Cp
BuIIdtra and Contraotora
OSea: ' Maniukaa Bt, : "
. L Ch'onS 6 Co.,
; j 'FURNITURE
Hattrtss Upholstering and Fur
i f ;v: : nitur Rtpalrlng -t - v
22 BERETANIA. nr. NUUANU
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You'll find what you want at tha
.City rsllardvare Col,
. 'f'T t : '" "i i,-' '' '' " ' " ''' '- . i
Nuuana and !KInf 1 Straata
. ....-i , . ' - J, i" " " r Cr '. ' -
Wing "r Chong Co
KINQ 8T NEAR BETHEL
Dealers In -Furnltare,' MattCesa
aa, ttOn ate- Alt ktnda f KOA
and MISSION FURNITURE
mada .to ordan - ' -
NEW DRUG STORE
BpDA .WATER OUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG. CO. .
42 Hotel St, 'at end of Btthel
! WaN stocked with , New Druga
? ji-i 'and Novelties. "rV.?i..
The xcIasIfA Agency lor the
famaas IUCICLE Blcjclei far
180 So. King St TeL 8518.
Japanese Provisions and .
Nuuann SL, Near Kins St.
For GENERAL OFFICE STA
TIONERY and -FILING SYS
TEMS call or. write to us and
we will fill your wants.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., LTD,
W1 FORT STREET
i'H) 1 acre at Alewa Heights.
Lots at Puunui nr. Wyllie SL
Lots at Alejva Heights.
Lots in Kapalama, above School St.
For rent $25.00 2 Bedroom house in
Manoa Valley. .
P. E. R. STRAUCH.
vTiIfy BuIIdloir. 74 S. KJag Street
I read it in the t-ir-Ballotln.
must be so.
Estimates Furnished on Buildings
lfiO Hotel St., Oregon BIdg. Tel 3666
Photo-Engraving of highest grade
ran be secured from the Ster-BoJletla
I SAU FRAuGISGO
1 Geary Street, above Union Square
Europrar ?laa $LSO a day
American Waa $3.00 a day cp
New steel lid brick strocrurt.
Every comfort and convenience.
A bigb class hotel ct very moderate
rates. In the center of Oaratre and
retail district. .On tar Cats trans
ferrlngtoaapartsof city. Electric
omnibus meets alt trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
TT W 11 n T.loi.t l.(iir).n
. CaUe Addrers-Trawets-AEC coUe.
Via Pall Road, 32 nVles ,
Autos for Hire
H AU U LA, O A H U . '? '
Phone 8T2 A. C Aubrey.' Prop.
Army and ; Navy Htadquartera
Special Ratca for Long Stay .
FREE SWIMMING, TENNia
'f AND GARAGE.
Cor. Wilder 1 and Punahov "
.; - Phone 3427 i "
MRS. L M. GRAY,' Manager.
; ' WAIMEA, KAUAI
Newly Renovated Oest Hotel
, Tourist Trade Solicited X
' GOOD MEALS -
'J-r.C-: Ratea Reasonable
C.-W. 8PrT2 : i'l Proprietor
NEIVER SUFFERS FROM TOO
v MUCH RAIN. THE UNKS fc
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ME FOR A 8WlM AT THE
-". NEXT SUNDAY
8aya the Wise ; Bather'
Is now located in its new build
lng, lie-113 HOTEL STREET.
General Catering of the Highest !
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LEADING HAT; CLEANERS
Fort Street Opposite Convent
All kinds of Hats cleaned and
' ..... r ,' , Blocked ;
Called for and Delivered ' '
We sell the latest styles of
L A T E ST FJCTIO N
New Books by Every Steamer
1000 Coplea to Choose From
65c a Volume V,
A. B. A R LE I G H & CO.
Hotel near Fort
May's Old Koha Coffee
BEST IN" THE MARKET
HENRY MAY & CO-
' PHONE 1271 , a - '
1TAS AWARDED HIGHEST IIOSOKS
At the recent California State
Fair held at Sacramento:
X GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES
The Most Popular Candies Hade;
on the Coast '
HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTfX
t024 Fort SL Telephone 13ST