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HONOLULU BTARBULLETI, MONDAY, JAN; LU
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-Hawaiian. News Co.
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t Alexander Young BIdg.
THE MOST 8ANITARY FAM
' ILY:BUTCHERySHOP IN THE
C. Q. . Yee Hop
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Phone S451 . 25 N. King St
! Yco CHaa & Co.
King' A Bethel 8ta.
Fln Una of Dry Gooda
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l7ch;Ying Chong Co.
; King tt. Ewa Flshmarkat
Cu!! era-and CentrtAtera
J-Chong 6 Co.,
v !.trcs Upholstering' md Fnr
' 2 'CERETANIA, nr. NUUANU
-Taull ffnd what you urant at the
Ittfuxna tnd'KIng ttreeta
-KINO ; ct ;Hear bethel
Detltra Irt Furniture, Matt reee-
at, te etc All kind of KOA
l and - MI83ION ;'FURNITURE
. to border. -
:riEv; DRUG "STORE
V CODA. WATER' FOUNTAIN
fr 'HAWAII ORUQ'CO.
Hcttl ' tt,; t mnd of BetfMl
Well stocked with Neva Oruga
r f!H Exdaslr Agesey for tl
m. i..i..i.. iv.
; Itneci 1ULTCLE Blcjtlei for
. Hawaiian Islands. :. ,
M80 So. ttay Si. Tel. 8518.
f 1XOW MISSION MERCHANT
4pMm' Provislona and
Nnin St, Near 'King St
Por GENERAL OFFICE STA-
TIONERY end ! FILING SYS-
V J" f; : TEMScall or write to us and
wt will fill, your wants.
i CFFIEE ' SOPPLT CO., LTD.
. vf jyg 1 acre at Alewa HelghU.
IMs t Paturai nr. Wyllie St.
Lots at Alewa Heights.
' Lotar in Kapalama, above School St.
" For l"ent $25.00 2 Bedroom house in
- Manoa .Valley.
P. E R. STRAUCH.
ITalty Bnlldlaf. 71 S. Kins 8treet
Estimates Furnished on Buildings
h can be tec red from 11
NOTICE OF PROPOSED CHANGE OF
NAME FROM HILLSIDE AVE
NUE TO KUAHINE
NOnCF: is hereby given that the Su
perintendent of Public Works, upon pe
tition of certain residents on Hillside
Avenue. Manoa, proiwscs to change
the name of that iortion of Iiillside
Avenue. Manoa, extending from Lower
Manoa Koad to Upper Manoa Road to
A public hearing upon this question
will be held in the office of the Super
intendent of Public Works, Capitol
Building, Honolulu, on Thursday after
noon, January 50, 1913, at two o'clock.
All persons having any objections to
this proposed change in name are re
quested to be present and set forth
taid objections at this hearing.
H. K.t BISHOP.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, January 16, 1913.
RESOLUTION NO. 7.
Be it resolved by the Board of Su
pervisors of the City and County of
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that
the sum of Six Hundred and Twenty
Dollars and Ten Cents ($620.10), be
and the same is hereby appropriated
out of all moneys in the General Fund
of the Treasury for an account known
as "Treasurer, Material and Supplies."
Presented by Supervisor
. M. C. PACHECO.
Honolulu, January 17, 1913.
At a regular, adjourned meeting of
the Board of Supervisors of the City
and County of Honolulu, held on Fri
day, January 17, 1913, the foregoing
Resolution was passed on First Read
ing and ordered to print on the follow
mg vote of the said Board:
Ayes: Cox, Hardesty, Markham, Pa
checo, Petrie, Wolter. Total 6.
Absent and not voting: McClellan.
Deputy City and County Clerk.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Baeerintendent of Public Works
up until 12 m., Tuesday, February 11,1
1SU3, for the punishing of a 30-inch
Venturl 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,
Sierintendent of PCblic Works.
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent el Public Works
until, 12 m. of Wednesday, January 29,
1912; for furnishing, the Honolulu Wa
ter Works E lengths of 12-inch cast
Iron pipe. ' '
; . H. K. BISHOP.
Superintendent of Public Works.
,k Honolulu. January IS, 1913.
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CORPORATION ' NOTICES.
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK
HOLDERS. The Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
; By order of the Board of Directors,
notice is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the stockholders of
The Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.. will be held
at the office of Castle & Cooke, Ltd.,
In Honolulu, on Wednesday, the 22ad
day of January, 1913, at 9 o'clock a.
m.i for the purpose of electing offic
ers and directors, and for the transac
tion of sucn other business as may be
properly brought before such meeting.
F. C. ATHERTON,
Honolulu, January 14, 1913.
The German Savings and Loan Soci
ety, 526 California St.. J5an Fran
cisco (Member of Associated Sav
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
lor are added to the deposit account,
and earn dividends from January 1,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First 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-.
tioa 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 28th day of December. A. D. 1912,
been presented to said Probate Court,
and a petition for probate thereof,
praying for the issuance of letters
testamentary to Chas. H. Rose, hav
ing been filed by Minnie Elizabeth
It is ordered, that Monday, t lie ."rd
day of February. A. D. 1013. at 9
o'clock a. m.. of said day, at the
Court room of said Court in the old
Y. M. C. A. Building in the city and
county of Honolulu, be and the same
is hereby appoiated the time and
place for proving said will and hear
ing said application.
By the Court:
Clerk First Circuit Court.
Dated Honolulu. December 2. 1012.
f430 Der. ."W, .lau. 6. 1.., 20.
I read It in the Star-Bulletin.
mast be so.
If. ELLIOTT MAKES STRIKING
REPORT TO IIILO TRADE
Public Questions of Vital
Importance Taken Up by
Special Star-Bullrtin Corr sponl -nee
1ULO, Hawaii, Jan. 17. (Irowth
and progress of Hilo and the Island
of Hawaii, recommendations for a
number of local improvements, and
suggestions for work that will bene
fit the entire territory were made by
Dr. H. B. Elliott, president of the Hi
lo board cf trade, at the annual meet
ing of that body last Tuesday.
Under the head of "Entertainment.'
dinners to Gorernor Frear, Secretary 'ied- to Congrets opinions from Col
Fisher and others were mentioned, as orel - T. Russel, senior member of
were the receptions given the Los ,he Board of Engineers for Rivers ami
Angeles yachting psrty and Duke Ka- Harbors, and Chief of Engineers W.
hanamoku. Another feature of this H Bixby. In these reports it is cite i
character was the series of lectures briefly that the original project prorH
gifen by Mers. Jooding Field, H. K. wl a rubble breakwater about 97tx -
Bishop and T. A Jaggar, Jr. The in length at an estimated cost of $1.
first territorial civic convention, was 700,000, but that, owing to miscalcula
reviewed, as was the suggestion 6f the tion of the expense of material, the
finances. of the County of Hawaii as actual cost of . breakwater of this
made by Mr. Gooding Field. length will about to $553,308.00 more
Another matter of general interest 1U is stated that Kuhio Bay is the
which was reviewed was the erection only part of the harbor that will fcbe
of the Hilo Library, in which the sum used by larger vesels for many years,'
of $2000 was given as the amount that is will receive ample, protection
needed by legislative appropriation., from a shorter breakwater, and reconV
The statement was made that the In- niendations are made that the length
stitution will be handled by a board 0f the breakwater be limited to so
of nine trustees, five to be appointed r,,Uch as can be built without makin?
by the library association, two gy the tj,e total cost of the work to be done
supervisors and two by the board of by tBe United States greater than the
trade. The credit for. the new struc- original eslmate of the cost of ron
tnre is givea, as it belongs, to John gtruction, and farther that out of this
A' cot1t . lfll . , . estimate fund v shall.be provided for
.The desirability of completing the tne dredging of,the entrance to Kuhio
Hilo federal -guilding was mentioned, We Rre informed tha tthese rec-
ff 1vtheiCOn!,trt,0n 0f be ""Commendations are endorsed by the
h aDd ihe,neJ boar; J Delegate from Hawaii, the Hon. J.
health stracture. A short report of Mr r. r MrPiet
fhM -ol t,.. tI1
office was given, showing a large in
crease in the past year. -Under the
head; of shipping the need of a marine
"cau ui Buippmg me iieeu oi a nwirino
hORnltnl atfltUin htm vi t a Iron tin
weU as the necessity of further wharf
accommodations in. the near future.
The more Important sections of tho
report read as follows:
Incorporation of Hilo.
The growing importance of' the
town of Hilo, its rapidly increasing
population, and its development as
a mercantile center and shipping port
are forcing upon usvunavotdabIe pro
blems essentially different in nature
from those of the rural districts
which form the balance of 'the Coun-1
ty of HawalL The time is approach
ing when the necessarily perfunctory
and desultory attention of supervisors
from remoted districts will not suf
fice for. the administration of this ur
ban area. Rapid growth in itself de
mands large expenditures of money
within comparatively short periods of
time, and so fax as these have to be
provided from current revenue they
wilf be . assented, to with reluctance
by the remainder of the county if
they, entail reductions elsewhere. If
may be reasonably surmised even
now that our present instable finan
cial equilibrium is maintained partly
at the expense of our neighbors. The
movement for separation will, there
fore receive accessions from two
sources, firstly, from the Hilo citi
zen who will be compelled to realize
the need for a more intensive and
concentrated administration, and, sec
ondly, from the rural taxpayer who
will grudge contributions from which
his benefit Js very indirect - A mere
duplication of our existing system
witn an or its defects affords a cheer-
less outlook to the iocaf taxnaver.
and it Is evident that any step in fluenccs of tne opening ui tu ru
this direction must be accompanied ma canal upon the world s great trade
with much greater efficiency and eco- routes can only be dimly forecasted
nomy to administration than have vt We foresee a tremendous stream ot
nomy to administration than have vet
Lbeen experienced on this island if it
is to be a success. The manifest des
tiny of Hilo is lncomortinn wtth a
city charter. Whether we like it or
not this is a situation that must be
faced bcf6re long, and it is one that
should receive the earnest and
luuusuiiui attention or every citizen.
Public Health and Sanitation
A contract has been let and con
struction has commenced upon a
building for the offices and patholo
gical laboratory of the board of
health. Under, the able supervision
of Chief Inspector D. S. Bowman
sanitary conditions in the town and
on the plantations are steadily be
ing improved, the community enjoys
freedom from serious outbreaks of
endemic disease, 'and in these res
pects favorable comparisons can be
made with similar communities on
A glance at the vital statistics
contained in the last report of the
territorial board of health reveals
that out of a total of 3296 deaths in
this territory, 1042 occurred among
fnfants under twelve months of age,
and that for this county the figures
were 858 and 3G0 respectively. These
figures acquire startling significance
when subjected to analysis and com
pared with others. Redaced to their
simplest terms we find that two out
of every eight children born on this
island are doomed to the grave
within twelve months, to be followed
by one more in less than five years.
This means an infant mortality of
240 to each 1000 births, and a com
bined infant and child mortality of
360 per 1000. Authorities who have
carefully studied this subject in
England believe that by improving
conditions in that countrv about 40
deaths to 1000 births should bp
about the normal ratio. The actual
figures at the beginning of this cen
tury were a proportion of which
has since been reduced to 109 bv the
introduction of very partial and in
complete measures of inform. Even
if we allow liberally for incomplete
ness in local birth returns and possi
bilities of error in comparison thse
facts should make us pause and
think. When we reflect upon the
fearful handicap of infantile environ
ment in the crowded and poverty
Mricfcrn slum areas of London arid
the great manufacturing centers of
England we are forced to ask our
seies if some remedy cannot lie
louud for this apparent wastage of.
human life on Hawaii? Apart from
those humanitarian considerations
which should profoundly influence
ourt action the conservation of hu
man life has its monetary value
equally with that of all other natural
resources. We will need fewer im
migrant ships from the ports of
Southern Europe in days to come if
we can do something now to rniiv
iriize this irreparable drain upon
our future" citizenship.
Fire Protection and Prevention
A resurrey of the project for the
improvement of Hilo harbor having
bten made the Secretary of War trairs-
lan, his secretary.
; Competent observers whose opin
ions are entitled to respect differ from
tbse conclusions on various grounas.
J They maintain that J.h is port must be
Improved arpng me more nmuiuuw
lines of .the original project ir Its usefulness-to
commerce Is to be deevlop
cu to,tne fullest extent.
-The extension of the Hilo Railroad
company's lines toward Hamakua
reached Laupahoehoe in September,
and will be completed to Paauilo In
the arly art of 1913. Great difficul
ties have been overcome by those rc-
8DOnsible for this splendid achieve
ment, and tne local mere nam s are
alreadyreaplng, benefit from the fa
cilitation of communication with out
lying districts. -
The franchise, granted by the last
territorial legislature for a street
railroad in Hilo has been confirmed
by congress, and it is stated that the
work of construction will begin at an
earljTdate. f AThe perseverance ' and
faith of those Who have promoted this
important project deserve the en
couragement and support of every
body interested in the development of
The Port of Hilo.
The future development of Hilo
apart from that growth Which is
bas,ed upon the perfecting of internal
communications, depends upon the
j exploitation; of two great naturar as
sets the harbor ana mose swmc
wonders which attract travelers from
all over the wrld, and here the ac
tivities of tthis organization should
fin.i a xsriA'n and amnle scope for
UUIl l t - -
i eir exertion. The far-reacmng m-
navigation flowing across the Pacinc,
but its direction and calling places are
still matter for speculation. The ex-
! periences of the past teach us that
I the shiftings of ocean traffic have
i Luilt populous marts of trade where
' previously only a few hamlets existed,
and reduced formerly prosperous and
busy seaports to mere fishing villages.
This much we can guess, however,
that if Hilo is to play a prominent
part in this development it can only
hp hv making this port a great supply
station for trans-Pacific navigation,
and that the achievement of this calls
for a much larger perception of the
possibilities of the situation than
have so far prevailed both here and in
This business community firmly be
lieves that the advantageous geogra
phical situation of this harbor and
its immense possibilities should re
ceive the utmost consideration m the
final determination of these plans. It
is not simply a problem of providing
a safe harbor at the smallest expendi
ture of monejVor convenience of han
dling cargoes :o and from this port.
It is of extreme importance to the
world's commerce that in this great,
lonely expanse of waters there shall
be one magnificent harbor easily ac
cessible at all times of day and night,
affording the safest anchorage and
wharfage, and abundantly equipped
with every modern facility for the
quickest despatch of steamships of
everv size and tonnage. This is a
wnrthv anihition. and at this
when every port in the 1'acuic is ie-. ncen sec men ami uk ut mu t-u...-erishly
laboring to provide tor the ; tions U t lie most anrk-nt of the (lances
unknown demands of the future, we ! ourina the evening,
must ask. not merely for that mini- There have been several of the con
mum that' will-satisfy local needs, but eens given by Kaai. bu Mr. Kaai feels
for a maximum which will enable Hilo ; cure that the coming one will excel!
to take its proper place in the mo-i ail of the others,
mentous political and commercial
transformation that is now dawning
in this hemisphere.
The Warehousing Problem.
It seems very probable that, no
matter what scheme of improvement
of the harbor is finally adopted, the
vicinity of Kuhio Bay is destined to
be the warehouse section of this
town. The fact of an abundant sup
ply of reasonably priced, fee simple
land will in itself prove a magnet to
business interests now operating on
short and uncertain tenures to a' tract
expansion in this direction. The n
cessitv for increased storage and
warehouse facilities is already being
felt, aud there is a growing demand
1 for the open ins and sale of govern
i mtnt-ow ned land available for these
! purposes. The t.uj$estion see pis rea
i sonable that ttie public interest will
Ik tf t served by the sale of these
j lands to bona fide users rather than
j to speculators, by restrictions which
will ensure a fireproof zone in the
. storace area, apd by a careful regard
! for the necessities of the future.
I Promotion Work and Tourist Traffic.
At the regular meeting of this
i board in March a nsolut'on was
! adopted requesting Mr. H. W. Kinney.
1 editor of the "Hilo Tribune." to pre
; pare a complete and authoritative
guide book describing this island, and
assuring him of the hnanciai support
of the business interests in this work.
A committee was. also, appointed to
: give him such other assistance as
! might be required in its execution.
1 Mr. Kinney spent several months in
traveling all over the islands paying
particular attention to the collection
of folk lore and old tradition, and the
completed work, with accompanying
maps and photographs will shortly be
issued from the press.
! p . '
"Papers Diapepsin" Overcomes
Your Indigestion in FiVe
Wonder what upsei your stomaci
which portion of the food did the dam
age do .yon? Well, don't bother, if
your stomach is in a revolt; If sour,
gassy and upset and what you instate
has fermented into stubborn lumps;
your head dizzy and aches; belch gas
es and acids and eructate undigested
food;. breath foul, tongue coated-just
take at little Diapepsin and in five min
utes you truly will wonder what be
came of the Indigestion and distress.
Millions of men and women today
krow that it is needless to have a bad
stomach. A little DiapepBin occasion
ally keeps this delicate organ regulat
ed and they eat their favorite foods
If your stomach doesn't take care
of your liberal limit without rebellion;
if your food is a damage Instead of i
help, remember the quickest surest,
most harmless relief is .. Pape's Dia
pepsin which costs only fifty-cents for
a large case at drug stores. It's truly
wonderful it digests fo'jd and sets
things straight so gently snd easily
that it is really, astonishing Please,
for your sakq, don't go on and on with
a weak disordered stomach; it's- so
KAAI WILL GIVE
"A Night in Hawaii of Old" will re
call to the memory of readers of Ha
waiian history the days when the Kar
pu was destroyed and the Hawailans
adopted to some extent the manners
and customs of the English speaking
people. Ernest Kaal and the members
of his Glee Club will portray scenes of
this period on the twenty-third of Jan
uary at the entertainment given for
the passengers cf the Cleveland. At a
rehearsal Thursday evening, Mr. Kaal
cut the play so that there will be but
three short acts, each one full of in
teresting events. One of the scenes
will show the Hawaiians when they
are first learning the Hawaiian alpha
bet taught by the missionaries. All
ot her part of the play which will per
haps be more exciting than the rest
will be the battle scene when the firsc
shot was fired by the whites.
As dancing was one of the chief
forms of entertainment in those da3
t lie services of some of the most tal-
! ented of the Hawaiian dancers ha3
DON'T KNOW THEY
Many Honolulu people who have
chronic appendicitis, which is not
very painful, have doctored for years
tor gas' on the s'omach. sour stom
ach or constipation. The Hollister
Drug Co stare.- if these people will
tn- buckthorn bark, glycerine, pre,
as compounded in Adler-i-ka. the Ger
man appendi'-ii is remedy, they wdi
be surprised a the Ql'K'K benefit. A
MUl.h. in),. relieves tnese troubles
A SOUR, GASSY,
v. ' v - y -i - .
h it. " hi
A Tonic Free from
Are you pale, weak, easfly tired,
and do you lack nerve power?
Ask your doctor if Ayer's Sar
saparilla would not be good for
you. He knows, and will ad
vise you wisely. Not a drop of
alcohol, in this medicine. It
puts red corpuscles into the
blood, gives steady, even power
to the nerves; and all without
stimulation. Make no mistake.
Take only those medicines the
best doctors endorse. Ask your
rvrr) by Dr. 1. C Ayr 4 Ca., XwmXt, Vat., U. 5.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the regular meeting of the Lusi
tana Society the following were the of
ficers elected to serve for the ensuing
ABEL S. NASCIMENTO.... President
J. P. RODRIGUES Vice-President
M. J. COITO Secretary
JOSE P. DIAS Treasurer
J. R SANTOS Director
JOHN S. NASCIMENTO' Director
J. C. GRILHO ... , Director
Board of Auditors: M. Vieira, Jr
chairman; O. P. Soares, secretary; H.
V. Ferrelra, W. Branco and J. D. Cas
tro. M. J. COITO,
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK
HOLDERS OF THE HAWAIIAN
FERTILIZER COMPANY, LTD.
By order of the President, notice id
hereby given that the regular Annual
Meeting of the Hawaiian Fertiliser
Company, Limited, will be held at the
office of C. Brewer & Company, Ltd.,
In Honolulu, on Monday, the 27th day
of January, 1913, at two o'clock P. M.,
for the purpose of electing officers and
directors" and for the transacUon. of
such other business as may be brought
before the meeting.
. JOHN WATERHOUSE,
Secretary Hawaiian Fertiliser Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H.. Jan. 16th. 1913. '
SOCIEDADE PORTUGUEZA DE ST.
Notice of Election of Officers.
Notice is hereby given that the
above society elected the following of
ficers at its annual meeting for the
M. R. BISHO President
M.S. FREITAS Vice-President
M. R. PEREIRA. . . .Supreme Secretary
M. C. PACHECO.. .Treasurer
Members Supreme Board:
a-nest F. Aguiar, H. Perelra and
John C. Oliveira.
Board of Directors:
Antonio P. Rego, B. Camara, John
Lemes, John C. Cabral, Jr., and Man
L- Board of Auditors:
Jose Caetano, Manuel Philip and
At a meeUng of the members of the
Board of Directors held on the 16th
inst, the following officers were elect
ed: Antonio P. Rego, Chairman; B.
All of the above officers assumed
the responsibility of office on the 16th
M. R. PEREIRA.
Honolulu, January 17th, 1913.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the regular Annual Meeting of the
Shareholders of the Hamakua & South
Kohala Telephone & Telegraph Co..
held Jan. llth, the following officers
were elected for 1 f 1 3 :
L. S. Aungst President
A. B. Lindsay
A. M. Boyle
J. G. Jones
. . . .Director
HAMAKI A AND S. KOHALA TEL.
& TELEG CO.,
The Army of
la Crowing Smaller E
LIVER PILLS an
leapoouble they oat
only giT reatt
act, half estioa, Sick Heasacle. S&Ibv SUa.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DC3E. SMALL PtKZ
' Genuine murtr Signature
r m i
Geary Street, above Union Square
Europrac ?1an $LSO a day up
American PUa 3J0Q a day up
Jew steel aad brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A hijb class hotel at vrty moderate
rata. In the center of theatre and
retail district On car Lne3 trns
fexring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Hendquarttrv
CaUoAddress "Tr wets-ABC code
j-it ov. Honolulu rtpresent ttive
Via Pali Road. 32 rmlet
Autos for Hire
Thonc S72 A. C Aubrey. lroi.
Army and Navy Headquarters
8peclal Rates for Long Stay
FREE 8WIMMINQ, TENNIS
Cor. Wilder and Purwhoa
Phone 3427 '
MRS. U M. GRAY, Manager.
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Newly Renovated Beat Hotel
on Kauai " .
Tourlat Trade 8oIicitad
, , i l:
GOOD MEALS .r
Rate Reasonable i
C. W.-SpiTzlV.-r. : Proprietor
IS A MIGHTY COMFORTABLE.
PLACE FOR TOURISTS. ,
2 hours ride on the O. R. & Li
ME FOR; A SWIM AT THR
NEXT 8UNDAY ;
Saya the Wise Bather
la now located In Ha sew build
ing, 116-118 HOTEL STIU2ET.
General Catering of the. Highest
Clasa ' "
LEADING HAT CLEANERS
Fort Street. Opposite Convent
All kinds of ILatt cleaned and
Called for and Delivered
We sell the latest styles of
JAMS AND JELLIES
Goeas Grocery, Ltd.
May's Old Kona Coffee
BEST IN THE MARKET
HENRY MAY & CO.
(tesaumty mm. contr
WAS AWARDED HIGHEST IIOSOES
At the recent California State
Fair held at Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE KIBBOX AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES
The Most Popular CandJea Made
on the Coast
HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTD.
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I read it in the Star-Balletln. It
inttst be so. .