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ITO8TJE17LTJ BTSB-FDLLETIN, AVEDXESDAY. JAN. 20, 1913.
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All interested in St. Valentine
sho uld visit our store and look
at the many beautiful Valentines
wi have just received. We have
also many Valentine Novelties
that will please you.
Alex. Young Bldg.
; THE MOST SANITARY FAM
, JLV tUTCHER 8HOP IN TriE 1
IC ee Hop
; ph0B3431 . 125 N. KlngSt
.f a- KJna A Bethel 8tV; '
.Ctttrtse Upholsterlna And For- i
tr ClItSTAUtA, nr; NUUANU '
t ct, NDkn - bethel
rt f ate. "AirWnSa.of XOA
T"it ta order.
T T DHUG 2STORE
Z PA- "V7ATER rOUNTAIN
;.VV; UVAII CRUQ XOi i
.T.r 1 4 ; sttl St, t end of Btthsl
.-. and NoveltJas. ;
r"-'i::nc!uId-Gydery ; -
-ri IclaMTa Afceacr for tie &
r,i-J -rrrr.ClCICLE Xicjrclei for,
X CCMtSSlOn MERCHANT
. . . ; , , Gontral Morenandlso
" lor General office. sta-.
' ;TICNERy nd. FILING ' 8YS-TCI-3-can
or writ to ua and
; wt w!tl f.ll your want.
VJ:2izi tort 'street
, LpU at , Llllha, street, above Wyllie;
Prices $250 and up. Within reach
I . of all; $0 cash. baL $10 per month.
f vRufcC STRAUCH.
Bflflajr, ,t -., U 8. King Stmt
Estimates Furnished on Buildings
, Rates Reasonable
60 Hotel St,' Oregon Bldg. Tel 3666
r&s be iermrd:ironi ue fit&r-itiucaB
McCabe, Hamilton & Renny Con Ltd.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of McCabe, Hamilton &. Renny
Co.. Ltd., will be held at the office of
the company, No. 20 Queen Street, Ho
noluKfT Thursday, Jan. 30, 1913, at 3
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1913.
This la to give notice that no orders
are to be filled for goods, labor, etc..
onaccount IUks Carnival Committee
Camp 49, unless accompanied by a
written order signed by G. W. R. King,
(Signed) J. A. M. JOHNSON,
Secretary Elks' Carnival Committee
ELECTION OF OFFICERS OF HA
WAIIAN FERTILIZER COM
At the Annual Meeting of the Ha
waiian Fertilizer Company. Ltd., held
in Honolulu on Monday, the 27th day
of January. A. D. 1913, the following
officers and directbrs were elected to
serve for the ensuing year:
fc. D. Tenney President
J. P. Cooke Vice-President
K.' F. Bishop Treasurer
J. Waterhouse Secretary
G. H. Robertson Auditor
The above with C. H. Cooke and C.
Ji. 'Atherton constitute the Board of
. : J. WATERHOUSE,
Secretary Hawaiian Fertilizer Com
... pany. 5455-3L
TERRITORY. OP HAWAII. )
QUy and. County o( Honolulu )ss
Cecil ' Brown, President, and L. T.
PeclrCaahler.; each being duly sworn,
oepose and say, that they are respect
ively the President and Cashier of the
FIrat 'American Savings and Trust
Company of Hawaii; ld. and that the
following schedule is a full, true and
accurate statement of the affairs of
said First American' Savings and Trust
Company. ,ld,, .toAand including- the
siaL 'day titL December. 1912. such
Lscheuleelng..requlred -SJ. section
2588 of the Revised Laws or tne ier
ritory -of Hawaii. -
;'. The .authorized capital of., the .Com
pany is 200,000.00 divided into5 j2000
shares 'of ..1100.00 each. The number
of shares Issued Is 2000, sixty percent
Ibereof. equal to ,$120,000, has! been
paid, leaving. $80,000.00 subject to be
. The liabilities of the company .on
tne f irat1 day 'of January, 1913, as jhea
ascejtalned, were as follows
Capitat'pAld in .I120.0Q0.00
Deposits -V. . 820,874.91
Undivided Profits 33,420.64
The assets of the Company on the
first day of January, 1913, were as
follows: - , . w -
Ellis receivable , . . .$627,001
Bond ...... . 24120.00
Real Estate . : 32,771.25
Cash on. hand in Bank 59,7$5.37
Interest accrbed; .......... ,62L89
Extradition costs advanced. 878.03
CSIg.) CECIL. BROWN,
(Sig.) U TPECK.
Subscribed and sworn to Before me
thla 27th -day. bt January 1913 -4
( Sig.) FRANK K. FERNANDES,
ToUry Public, t First Judicial-Circuit,
vl hereby 'certify thathe above U. a
true ind correct copy of the original
scheduler'111; toi tb office of i the
Treasurer oLthe Territory of HiwalL
' FRANK . F. JFERN ANDES, -Notary-Public,
First Judicial Circulti
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Mid-Pactfic Carnival and Floral Parade
No' obligation .for material supplied
or labor to bet performed will be recog
nized 'unless accompanied by an order
propbrly signed, by R. WShingle,
Chairman, or A. W. T. Bottamly,
Treasurer of the finance . committee.
CHAS. F. CHILUNGWORTH,
: Director -General.
5450 Jan. 22, 24, 27, 29, 31, Feb. 3, 5,
7, 10, 12, 14, 17, 19, 21.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Notice Is hereby given that the Puu
loa Road has not yet. been accepted
by the Board of . Supervisors. All per
sons are warned against using this
road and In order to prevent traffic
over , the : same, steam rollers have
been placed at either end.
JOHN DE FRIES,
B453 Jan. 25, 27, 29.
The Lea hi Home.
The annual meeting of the Leahi
Home will be held in the offices of
Messrs. Theo. H. Davies Co., Ltd.,
Friday, January 31st, 1913, at 2 o'clock
During my absence from the terri
tory Mr. Anton Louis will act for me
under full power of attorney.
W. F. HEILBRON.
Honolulu, Jan. 28, 1913. 54oo-3t
W. C. A G HI,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaplolanl Building Honolulu, T. H.
P. O. Box 606.
Everything In the printing line at
Star.paUetln, , Alakea street; branch,
! , MV lkl(ilMlr TM: WasohitTahvlel
. i ur m - vs. w rii iin mi imih ! nv iiini..aH v i i i - - i i
Ayer's SarsapariUa is a tonic
and alterative, free from alcohol.
VVhat is a."tonic"? . A medicine
that imparts strength or tone ; a
medicine that builds up,' gives
vigor; and jpowCT. What is an
"alterative,'? A medicine thit
alters or changes Unhealthy ac
tion tohcalthy ction. ' Aycr?s
Sarsaparllla does all this with
out stimulation. Ask your doc
tor' if a xamlly friedidie7, like
Ayer's Sariaparilla, is not vastly
.better ' vathout alcohol : than
With it .
No 239-TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
COURT OF LAND REGISTRATION.
TERRITORY OF HAWAlI -TO E. H.
F. xWOLTERS; HAWAIIAN
ELECTRIC CO.; LTD., TERRI
TORY . OF HAWAII, by W Vf.
ThayeU" Attorney General and
1 1. K. ABISHOP,- Superintehoent
of. Public Works j CITY AND
. COUNTY OF HONOLULU, , by
Joseph J. Fern, Mayor 'and
v President of the' Board of Super
visors; and to ALL whom It may
. concern: "'f
. Whereas, a- petition has been 'pre
sented to said court by Charles M.
Cooke, Limited, to register and con
firm' Its title In the foUowlng-desbrib-
ed land: . v
Beginning at; the. ; West corner ( of
this piece and the. Soutlu.corner pf
Land Court . Petition No. 86, on the
Northeast side of "Merchant -Street,
saidpoint being located by the, fol
lowing ' traverse , from ' a Government
survey Street Monument 'near the
West corner of Alakea and Merchant
a:'274t 15' 61.45 feet fo the initial
o -point of L. C. Pet No. 8G.
b. 307 11' 34.40 feet, to the initial
- point of this lot. and' thence
rt ,u ruhnihg .by Wue azimuths: - J
1. J227v50' 20.5 fet. along L. C. Peti
t.. - tion. No; 86; . ..
2. 232 07' 48 , along L. C. Peti-
don Nor 86; ' ': ' f - .'
3. 314 11' 1.0 feet along fence;
4i 2309' 25' 79.12 feet along1 fence; .
5. 322 40' 52.5ft feet,, along the South-
fwest side" of "King street; r-
6. 63 07' 81,50 feet, along the' Ha-
- walian' Electric' Light build
ing; 7. 42 20' 51145 feet, along, the ' Ha
waiian Electric ; Light build
8. 127 11' 58.90 feet along, the North
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 Begistration, ' t6
be held at the City 'and County, bf
Honolulu on the 5th day of February
A. D.: 1313, at. two b'ciock in. the af
ternoon, to show cause .if any you
have, why the nrayerjof said petition
ihottld not " begtanted. - And unless
LJou appear at said Court at the time
be recorded, and the said petition
will be taken as confessed, and iybq
will be forever : barred from contest
ing said petition or any decree en
Witness the Honorable William L.
Whitney. Judge of said Court this
8th day of January In the year
nineteen hundred and , thirteen.
Attest with Seal of said Court:
(Sighed) JOHN MARCALUNO,
5431 Jan. 8, 15, 22. 29.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
up to 12 Noon of Saturday, February
8th, 1913, for laying 12-inch cast iron
water main in Lusitana Street from
Emma Street to Miller Street, Hono
Plans, 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 of Public Works.
Honolulu, January 28th, 1913.
Sealed Tenders T.ill be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 m. of Wednesday, January 29,
1S13, for furnishing the Honolulu Wa
ter Works 69 lengths of 12-inch cast
- H. K. BISHOP,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu,. January 18, 1913.
'n . an Immediate re
-.BfOWrrS lief for co u h3 .
- - hb'srse'ixess,
BrOIlChial throat troubles.
1 Affording greal
rTfOCftcs, .. h"hu
' tis and asthma.
(Associated Press Cable
VIENNA. Austria. Jan. 28. Special
(."ispatches received in this city early
today from Constantinople give the details-
of bleody conflicts between the
factions of. the old and Young Turk
parties near ih city. Regiments un
der Enver Bey have revolted.
Yesterday a number of these reei-
1 ments marched upon Constantinople to
support the party now headed by Ka
ail Pasha and avenge themselves on
the assassins of their old commander.
Enver Bey ordered them to their
pests and upon their refusal sent
against them several regiments of the
Asiatic troops recently brought to the
capital. They met in battle late yes
terday and a number of desperate con
flicts have been fought, s the regulars
.holding their own and driving back
the raw troops tpward the city.
JONES WOULD GIVE PHIL-
. IPPINES INDEPENDENCE
WASHINGTON, Jan. 28. Scenes of
more than usual excitement prevailed
in the house, today when-Representative
Jones arraigned the administra
tion of the. Philippines, in a bitter at
tack . upon the, policy of t&e govern
ment under Republican auspices. ,
. Jones, Jn an- impassioned address,
flurtag which he called attention to al
leged injustice,; by - the. Americans in
the. Islands, demanded immediate inde
pendence for the; Filipinos. '
Representative. Murray, replied em
phatically, defending the Philippine ad
ministration, but, while Speaking for
the-'-independenuce of the Philippines,
declared that the United Spates should
not j, withdraw, jintil it his made
treatie&wlth .other . cquntties which
buld prevent Japan from ever .being
able to seize the Islands.
STRIKER IS KILLED AND
v, 'MANY. ARE WOUNDED
PITTSBURG, Pa., , Jan. 28. One
ma? was killed and twelve others were
wounded, several . of them seripusly,
during A elash between deputy sheriffs
and!atr(fking steel workers' near here
,Tbe strikers attempted to attack a
number of non-union men of the Ran
kin, plant of . the American . Steel Wire
tybrks.Cqmpany, and were opposed by
tie, deputies.- In the: fight which fol
lowed one of the strikers was shoL
Several of ' the deputies were injured.
PRESIDENT HOLDS ,
' FINAL RECEPTION.
Washington, Jan. 28,what was
asserted, td be the final official- recep
tion at the" White Housed to member
of congress by. President TaftTwas giv
eti here'loflay an was very generally
attended. Senators and representatives
of all paHles flocked to the reception.
- - A
' SYMPATHIZER IS r ARRESTED. ,
NEW YORK,- Jan. 28. Miss - Maud
Yo-uhger, a, young lady pf social prom
inence, "has. been arrested.on a charge
pf ' disorderly conduct1 growing out of
the strike, of the. garment workers
here. RkrttoS in spots prevailed 'at a
number of shops on the East Side yes
terday and it was during one , of the
affrays in which the police were forc
ed to use their clubs that Miss Young
tr -was arrested.
.i ; SPANISH STATESMAN DEAD.
. ; MADRID, Spain, Jan. . 28, Moret
Prendergast died bereLtoday.
Pape'd Diapepsin" .Qives In-
stant neiiet ?na me e
Every year, regularly, more than a
million stomach sufferers in the Unit
ed States, England and Canada take
Pape's Diapepsin, and realize not only
immediate, but lasting relief.
This harmless preparation will di
pnt anvthine vou eat and overcome
sour, gassy or out-of-order stomach
five minutes afterwards.
If your, meals don't fit comfortably,
or what you eat lies like a lump of
lead in your stomach, or if you have
heartburn, that is a sign of indigestion.
Get from your pharmacist a 0-cent
case of Pape's Diapepsin and take a
dose. just as soon as you can.. There
will be no sour risings, no belching of
undigested food mixed with acid1, no
stomach gas or heartburn, ruuness or
heajvv feelins in the stomach, nausea.
debilitating headaches, dizziness or in
testinal griping. This will all go, and,
besides, there will be no sour food
left over in the stomach to poison your
breath with nauseous odors.
Pape's Diapepsin is a certain cure
for out-of-order stomachs, because it
takes hold of vour food and digests it
just the same as if your stomach
Relief in five minutes from all stom
achy misery is waiting for you at any
These large "0-cent cases contain
more than sufficient to thoroughly
cure almost any case of dyspepsia, in
digestion or any other stomach disor
Visit Blom's store, corner Fort and
Hotel, and note the tremendous clear
ance bargains. advertisement.
Taxpayers Hunil in jour tax re
turns to the Assessor before Jan. 31.
'; ' 11011 llllO1
it' i- ' . y .
- Pjfoir rcqrriredooble
vision lenses, vou will en
joy Kryptok Lenses.
With them you are cer
tain of having becoming
glasses, -.perfect for near
nd far view, and entirely,
Tree from any odd appear- -ance
or suggestion ot ad-;
vandng years. i
They cant beMputinto
anystyle frame or, mount-;
ing or into your old ones.1
EirreJ D. FalraeaVner V
narriaon Block, j t. Ton 8treetr
AUDIT COMPANY OF
92f BETHEL STREE1
P. O. Box 646 : Telephone 2035
Suggestions s given - for simplifying
cr systematizing office work. All
Conducts all classes of Audits n4
Investigations, and furnishes Reports
onfall kinds of Inaiiclal work, .y-
EXCLUSIVE ' MILLINERY
- BOSTON BUILDING
Fort St . Second; Floor
MAC GREQOR 4 BLATT
1130 Fort Street
Latest StyleSUOnly. th -Flnsti
LADIES. r. FANCY GOODS
King St nr. Bethel
PhoneJ37-1 .V - 122Xing St
WHEN YOU WANT FENCE
AND REAL. ESTATS
OLIVER a LAN8INI
' SO Merchant Street .
P. H. BURNETTE
Commissioner of Deeds for Califor
nia and New YorA; NOTARY PUB
LIC; Grants Marriage Licenses, Draws
Mortgages, Deeds,,, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc. . Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.,
HONOLULU. Phone 1846.
CIGAR NOW Is
M. A. GUNST & Co., Agts.
I mid It In the Sbir-Bulletln. It
must be so.
Ilonolsla Lede, 2nd deirree.
All Tinltlns' aa embers of ths
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lode.
COXOIULU LODGE, tit, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodz No.
616. B. P. O. Elks,
meets la their hail, on
King St. near Fort
ererj .Friday eTenlar.
Vlaitlng Brothers are
cordially lnrited to at
tend, a '. 1 -
A., E. MURPHY, EL R.
H. DUNSHEE. Se&v
Heet oa the 2nd
-zryf. ; and : 4 th moo-.
days - of Uieaca
monta at K. P.
;.IIalL 7:30 p.:m.
Ulartos Enalnesrs, Associations
- Beneficial - are cordially In-
Association 1 . ; Yited to attend."
inL StXI5LEX' LODGE. HO.! 8,
Ueets ereiy 2nd and f ta Catar
day eyenlng at 7:80 o'clock in
K. of P. Hall. . cor. Fort' and
Beretanla--: Vlsltlni ' brotnara
tordlally lnrltsd to attend. ;
- A. H. ;AHREN3. a a '
V BvllEEYESK. JV S.
B0X0LT7LV LODGE 50. &, r;
: : ;l. a a m. ; v
' . -r
vni'neat: la' Odd Fellovsbansin.
.Fort street,, near King; avery rrlday
trenlng at 7:30.Qclock. -
- Visiting : brothers cordially farltad
ta attend. : ' ' V - -
AMBROSE J.-TVTRTZ; Dictator.;'
JAMEST W.'XLOm Secretary.-
. MEETING NOTICE.
0. 1 will meet li the
roof garden. Odd; Fel
lowa Bldg., ' first and
third Tuesday at ialt-
i taatr seven iden.
. GEOrta PATY, Chief Tempyrf. -
' ' ' Limited"
' ' i; 1
ALEXANDER' YOUNG ,: BUILDING
- "EverytMiig ln Books" .
Our ' Insucaoce;; rates .cheaper;, than
U. 8. pMerjwnent ; We insure your
parcels post packages for 22c up. ...
HOME iKStlBANCB CO. OF HAWAII,
, V " - ITD. '
S King Street, corner . ForL
.Telephone 1529.: v
PARCE- DELIVERY PHONES
H HacKfeld & Co., .
Sugar Factors, Importers and
Importer Fort St
A.V v . NT Sk
I Ifrm Sfirtfct: aiott .Urfetk Saw
IS ApiUalay up
American loan ?XU0 a day up
Jew steel and trick structure.
Every comfort and cooTenieoce.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the (enter of theatre and
retail district On car Hoes trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets ail trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian blind Headquarters.
Cable Address Tr wetJ-ABC code
J-H. LoT,HaEclulu representative
Via Pali Road, 32 miles
Autos for Hire
. HAUULA, OAHU
Phone 8TI A. C Aubrey. Prop.
Army and Navy, Headquarters
Special Rates for Long Stay .
FREE SWIMMING. "TENNIS
Cor.:,WUder and Punahsa
Phone 3427 -
MRS. L. M. GRAY" Manager.
Santa Barbara "
-, Newly RenovateoV-Best Hotel
j- '. Won Kauai ; -;: a
Tourist Trade Solicited
' . GOOp'MEALS
y Rates Reasohabia, , ; '
C W. SPITZ : ': : - Proprietor :
Leads All. the -Rest for.Cood
Things: Which VTourUU Enjoy.
Tralna to the Door. 1 "
i??'llE;FOR A 8WIM AT TH
' - Says the Wits Bather
: Is now located in its new .build-.
fng,. 118-lir.HOTEt. STUEET. '
..General. Caterina of.tha Hi;hest '
r Class - --
..f ... '.. -
. LEADING ' HAT, 1 CLEANERS
Fort Street, Opposite Convent
All kinds pf : Hata cleaned and
; ; : ; . JJlocked. . ' :
' Called for and Delivered
We sell the ' latest styles of
: Men a Hata
Let -IJijTBo ? Ybii r
y Grocers ?
Hay?s zOIdiKonalCof fee
BEST IN THE MARKET
. : PHONE 1271
" PINEGTAR :
WAS AWAKDED HIGHEST H050KS
At the recent California State
Fair held at Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE II1IJDOX AWARD sad
. A CASH lTtlZE
ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES
The Most Popular CandJss Md
on the Coast j
HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTD,
1024 Fort 8L . J Tslephons 1W4
I rend It la-the SUr-CttllcUa. It
must be so. , - - -
H;ENRY.;M AY. & CO.xn