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' UGKOVOVa nTSE-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 5, 1913.
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far decorati? purpose. Among
Ibers are embossed rapid, for
the table decoration and attract
tire designs of (be Yale otinr ,
ld for place-card. Many new
Idea In the art taleatine and
omles ;':w!ta wide range of
Hcaaiicm News Co.
THJ. MOST SANITARY FAM-
, ILY BUTCHER SHOP IN THE
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(Ql Q; ee Hop;,
Pholti M51 ' iV 125 M. Klrifl St
YcS CIiwi '& Co.
King" A Ctthel Cta, - -
LADIES'' FANCY ' SOObS'r"
r C-irrer: FURNISHINGS
KlngSt. nr. Bethel
4nhV Une of Dry Cootfi
tbV.'cni Vcnr Co..
'l r""im and Ccntrttor
"V i 'Cadf Wtit 'yea wwi it Um
r:riir.a tn4 Kins Strata
n .1 : ct," KZkn ; ccTHCt:
i Al. lii Ftrnlturt," ittttrtaa- ,
t- cti, eta. All klnda ef KOA
t j LIC:tOM ;FURKITURBf(
r rr "' ta crixfi i
L w2A 7ATCR-rOUKTADf
n'.'i; llAVAIt CRUaco- u H
i.1 2 . 1 : :ttl CL, at end of Btthal
KndHi:ovclttea. ; ;
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4 iiACTCXE Xeyclei for.;:
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-. i v.i -tu canaraj m arcnanais
irzr- EC il Near Ktef BU
flSOO IToase, and ltaere Farm, Ka-
. Lot Wti 12th Ate, KalmnkL
'fS50 rd ap Lots at LIUba St, abore
vm' iwytev v.. ;
S-Bf-dr. llease, Talolo Rd. near
lt!tf Uttflilc i TI 8 Eaf Street
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Eatlmatea Famished on Bulldlngi
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tCO Rptel Bt, Oregon Bld& Tel 3666
- We carry . it most complete line of
I HOUSE TORNI8HINQ GOODS
1 la the ' City
JAHES GUILD GO.
an, immediate re
lief lor coughs,
relief in bronchi
tis and astKnin.
rm TT i
la the Vest" Pocket Size. We
sell them by. 4he- huadreda.
Fixed foeut, aimple action, fine
results, least cost.
Kodak complete. ,
-Limited. ' '
, Largest Pacific Seuventf
Store In the Wortd.
HAWAII at SOUTH?
M V EAS CURIO? CO.
h Yeiwa' CyK2laf -'
"THE STORE. FOR GOOD
K CLOTHES" :,',
'a All , alnda " Wrapplnr i Papera and
Tulnea, Printinrmnd Writinf Papers.
AMERICAN .HAWAIIAN PAPER - 4
: : supply- co LTa J 3
Fort and Queen Streets ; r Honolulu
Pbone liia . Geo. O. Guild, Gen; Ugt.
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are made on the' latest' London, iParli
md X?ew TcrS. Ctutom iArta..;,
hlQALN SHOE CTO.-vl
King and Bethel C treat
Onty establishment en the LJaad
equipped t do Dry Cleaning. '
Exclusive Yet 4 Inexpensive Hstd;sr
Marrlaon Bliw fpr tU nr. Cartnla
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:V; MILTON eV PARSONS -
1112 Fort St . " : : Phone 3088
''. X" : . ' . The ' v ?-A:: '
TAI3HO VULCANIZING. CO LTD.
Auto, Motorcycle and Bicycle Tires
Also Tube Repairing
180 Merchant, nr." Alakea . TsL SIS?
8. 8AIKL Mgr.
, Anton Stance & Bro.f
German confectionery and fancy bakery
Pound, citron.; currant, coffees sponge
and fruit cakes, home-made .choc
olate candies and German
. . rye bread '
1183 Atakea, nr. Beretanla. Phohe 8783
AND OTHER PIANOS
ill Hotel Street ' Phefto Oil
TUNING GUAJUNTTrD I
CHEMICAL ENGINES AND
For Sale by
J. A. GILMAN
IIAYE TOIT FIUE"DS AT EA!
greet in? will be appreciated.
Messages for delivery to ships at sea
reeelTed p lo eleTen oYleck eTery
sight Bingr an li"l and-yoar mes
sages will be received.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO.
To the Advertiser
ReKrts from the front this afjer
nocn say that part of Andrianople Is
blazing as a result of .the Bulgarian
It la believed in Sofia that the cy
Jay be destroyed by Are. After ttve
hcurg of steady firing the bombard
irnt was stopped at the request of
the Powers' to allow foreign consuls
rnr other non-combatants to leave the
An unconfirmed dispatch from The
-M??ue says that Scutari has failed.
The Montenegrins, personally com
cuanded by King Nicholas, besieged
the city ilnce the war began. The
Montenegrins renewed their attack
simultaneously wUh the reopening of
the Bulgarian bombardment of Adrla
rople; Greece also is making i de
monstration against Janlna.
In Paris, where-he i today on his
ay back to 'Bulgaria, Doctor Dan en"
.is quoted as saying that Bulgaria will
now drive the Turks from Europe for
ever if it takes her. last dollar an ner
It was stated ;bere today jthat the
Allies plan an early-attempt to cap
ture Constantinople (Wi,th the- Greek
feet making an' attack by sea, while
ujgnriana. Greeks and Servians' will
nan tne uampon renmsuia ana
storm from the. rear th Turkish fotts
cemmanding het Dardanellaa."' ' :
The Allies will demand a cash'ln
d?mnity from' the Turks of five" million
dollars for each day the' renewed war
ci)PtihuesK: be8idea ;the two hundred
fulllion dollars ' indemnity ' already , "de
nianded. . 1 4: ' '::
- Paul Parrell, a janitor in New t orki
confessed today that he sent to Bern
end Herrera, last Sunday, the' bomb
Which .resulted in " the deatu , of fra
Herrera and' serioua. injury to HerVara
nd. Miss : Fugntmen,tai boarder. ; v
' Then Farrell furnished jfie lnc'e
with ' other information,, calmly fecM
Itt that be sentrthe bomn which killed
Mrs; Helen Taylor, a year ago, addrnsr,
that M re Tayor was 'nla daughter. .
, Nexjt rarrell solved the mystery snr
rounding the. sending of a bomb4 list
jear to Judge Otto Rosalsiy. Vo : v '
He confessed to the killing of other
persons by 'the -use of the bomli.p I
. Three woman suffrage leaders" sue
ce ssf ully ran the 'gauntlet of doorkeep
ers at jthe White House today and- con
fronted President' Taft with thelr- re
qaest:f or a guard of soldiers,: sailors
and marines for their parade1 in Wash
ington March I, and the ' grantrngof
talf holiday to wortrn"'employeaiu
the government departments: who may
wish to xruike the march-to .the' Capi
tol. 'V - V: .v;.
The Pttsfdentrpremlsed ' to iiicoss
the question with his1 cabinet ;.
PercivafrParnelLT employed b"'
V a tson 'Navigations Coiflpany on the
steamer r Lnrline, .was arrested this
af ternoonr henf the ; vessel .docked- at
rSan "Fraaclfico . from - Honolulu and
charged 'with ' attempting to . smuggle
three: Japanese' aliens ' into :. tha,t cit j:
lhe Japanese were also; t4ken Unto
custody and will be deported,
f War betwen Veneniela and ! Co'lom-i
bia over the disputed Harbor of Maroa
la-threatened today. : V
' Both -countries nave -t drees 'njassed
on the edge of .the disputed territory
and a clash' is imminent Both govern-
ti:enta ha tr been-warned' that if trpu
blue- comes the. united S.tater
it omptly intervene. . - .. "
; The. "Express" reports a political
sensation In the resignation ' from the
Peform Club of David Lloyd.J3eorge,
chancellor of the exchequer, and win
stpn; Spencer Churchill, ; first lord of
bers!f' tne club for" several years. Ra
lons for quitting' are "withheld. , ;
President Taft announced today
,thatvbe will proclaim the' income tax'
amendment a , part of thet United
States "ConBtitution i"as! soon ,5 as t'e
'slate department receives official wjlV
ten notiflcatloil from; three-fourths l)f
the Spates that'jthelr legislatures bave
ratified Uie measure , ,
' Charles of "corrupl parctices in the
election of Senators Clarence W. Wat
son and William B. -Chilton, of West
Virginia, In 1911 were taken up today
by the senate committee' on privileges
cind elections., . ,
W. C. FURER QUITS HIS
POST WITHTHE. COUNTY
-William Cs, Purer,; w.ho for the past
year and a half has' been assistant
county engineer of Hawaii, has sever
?d his connection with the county ' In
order jto accept a position with the
Walahple Water Company which has
been offered him by H, K. Bishop,
soon to be the chief , engineer of the
company. Mr. Furer is planning to re
turn to Honolulu within a few days.
M. Bi&Jxop became acquainted with
Furer when he himself was in charge
of the belt roau work on the Big Is
land, and the offer of the position' is a
testimony of Furer's -ability as an en
gineer. Me is a graduate of the Mas
sachusetts School of TechnoKgy, and
has spent many years with the civil
engineering branch of the navy ' de
partment, having been stationed at
Key West and the Brooklyn navy
yard. Furer was among the first'. en
gineers sent to the Hawaiian islands
to take up the Pearl Harbor station
development in 1908. which included
the dredging of the channel to make
it navigable for the largest ships of
the United States navy. He remained
it this work until he was offered .e
I (tuition as assistant county engineer
of Hawaii in July, 1911.
Mr. Furer resigned bis position with
the county last Friday, and will re
.t'lrn to Honolulu within a few days to
confer with Mr. Bishop with regard
to his new position.
REAL THIKB I N
CAN1 S AT
Fifty outrigger canoes, one of which
was used by Kamehameha the Great
himself over a hundred years ago,
willbe used to make the Waikfki r-
gatta a portrayal of the landing of
thai exeat king, the largest and most
J interesting feature of the M'fd-PacifloJ
On account of the Illness of Willi
am" T. Rawlins, the originator Of the
water festival, which hag made it
necessary that he give up the work
which he started, John Wise bait been
appointed chairman of the commit
tee to take hir place, and it was
learned Tuesday morning thaf Mr.
Wise Has made arrangements to have
lo less than fifty canoes In the regatta.
The old outrigger canoe, which was
bhcOie property of 'Kamenamena Is
now" the property of Prince 'Kuhiej
and afde fnto his possession after
having "passed through "the" reigns of
severaf ot: the Kamehamehaa and
finally te King, Kalakaua.' The canoe;
which irnow at Kona, will be' brought
to Honolulu by J. F. Colbtini,1 Knhlo's
business agent It is one df the larg
est In -.the Islands belng" four M feet
deep and built of koa. It was fortne'r
tyused for war purposes and If1 said
to be" in' a good state of preservation:
Mr. Wise Is veryehthusiastle bvjer the
expected" outcome or the regatta
which will show -the landing of the
king with bis fleet dfVanoesi carry
ing warriors tcTconqiaerthe'Tslinddf
OahUt Just as; It happened lovera Cen
tury ago. ' ' v :
, The committee In ' charge of the
horse-drawn .floata, of which John
Hughes is .chairman, has 'nearly com
pleted its canvass among- the business
hduses'of the city In the" endeavor to
kecure entrle's ftir that section of the
parade.. A- large number of ; fioa&
have already been ; nrbtn1Sed.r thet
greater' bumber of which will :deaf
witn nistonc 'auojecis.-7 Many or tne
firms vhlve feubatfribed; money . instead
of entering float! and, while, noney.is"
brie.thinr:" nd'jrebresentatlbn 'In the
way of floaii Ir anothertidwitnonf
the iattervtne subscribing- or rumis
will not brina the results desired. ' A
number of the' large firms of the city
whlihare etpectedto enterVh dtuirmUndent lbf Publfe Work
Castte &' Cooke;L ;Haekfldvi ahd1
febmpJuiyAlexander'A Baldwift, Lew
ers 7 & ' Cooke, the Inter-Island S team-
ship Company and others.'The hotels
th0 Ironworks, the trilsslons and news
paper companies kreexpected" ttf join.
At present Wf, vwise? Is at work bn a
number -of :historical deBignB which
ate expected to make a splendid show
Ing."'. ' r f?- :::;r:-A v
v-Tne tacti'that nearly atlof the prom
ised floifa are to represent' somVhls
torical happening wilV make this sec
tion of the parade' both unique amd in
terestfngl! Thla plan"' has beenv tried
before" onf av Small scald with 'tncceisr
ing. taken up this year will' niake the I
section the feature or tne)araae; -f
v- .. v. t w 1 1 1 V. .
v : gesuon, uas,oourne55 in
"Really does?' put bad stomachs in
order "really does" "overcome indi
gestion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn and
sourness? in five minute that just
thatmiflces : Pane's rDIapepBln the
largest telling stomach regulator, in
the world. If what you" ea,t ferments
Into :- stdbborn lumps, you belch gas
end eructate sour, undigested Tood and
acid; head Is dizzy and athes i .breath
foul ; -tongue coated; your Insides' fill
ed with bile and lnaigesuDie waste, re
mftnhr;th a moment Dlanebiln comes
in contact with fbe stomach ' all' such'
aistress I vamsnes. na .uuij wyuau
Ing -almost marveldus, ?nd thejdy is
Its harnflessness. ,
; A large fifty-cent" etire pf Ppes Ttta
pep'sln irlll give you a hundred dollars
worth of satisfaction or your druggist
hands you your money back.
Its worth i,ts. weight In .gold" to' nen
and women who can't get their stom
achs regulated;.. It belongs; in your
hornet-should always be kept handy
in case of a sick, sour upset stomach
during -f the day ' or night. Its the
quickest surest and most harmless
stomach doctor In the 'world. adver
tisement Competition in the "arson" business
broke into the Drofits of the "trust"
that collected thousands in insurance
by burning buildings according' to
testimony given before the New York
of X3cidjii ,
"veM. aad IsdSgwiM.
Tbey dopant daly.
7 , L-'l PiLU. 1
TENDER FOR PURCHASE OF BAK
. .ERJCE MAKING.PLANT...
OFFICE OF THET BOARD OF HEALTH
Honolulu., Hawaii, Feb; 1. 1913.
Sealed tenders. " endorsed "Tender
tor Purchase of Baker Ice Making
Plant. for the purchase" of one Baker
Ice Making machine together with all
of its necessary equipment, will be re
ceived at the office of the Territorial
Board of Health until 12 o'clock, noon.
Wednesday, February lith. 1913
Specifications, descriptions and
other information "may be had 'upon
application at the office of the Board
Tenders most be accompanied by a
certified cheek equal in amount fo 5
of the tender, and must be made on
forms- furnished by the Board and
mnst be submitted in accordance with!
and be subject to, provisions and re
quirements Of Act 62, 8. Lv 1909. '
The Board of Health does' not bind
itself to accept the lowest pr any bid
"THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
' By its' President, " ' : . 1 :
" J. S. a; PRATT, M. D.
Sealed! tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public - Works
up until 12 noon of Monday, March 3;
1912; for furnishing and Installing a
boiler and1 constructing a lean-to for
the same at the Honolulu sewer pump
PlansV; specincaUoha : tnd ; blank
forms for proposal- are on' file in the
office of the Superintendent- of Public
Works, CapttorBuIIdlng." , '
The. Superintendent bf Public Works
reseathe:lgajt to reject any or all
r Sealedr tenders; win ,bcrrcelvea' by
the Superibtehdentrof -Public Works
up until r 12 , nbohef Wednesday, Feb
a reservoir on "Palola Hin for the Hb
f bolulii ftyjtfef.mTk50 - A d
F VPiins,' a -gyclcatlQa'fid;1 blank
iui lus ,1111 jpiuu&ai mi o uu ins ui me
biYlce of H)is "Eufcerihtendent of Public
Works, CfcpitoT Buildlbg. v1 " ' J
reserves the rtg$ t ibfreject any or all
tenders.'- J - r ' t: :-: ' i
fW SEALED -TENDS AS. t
the Superintendent of Pnbiie Works
up to 12 Noon of Saturday; February
8thl913l -tor1 iavinir lz-lncW lmn
wateialniiltXiiisltaca Street1 from
for !lrotyjsiit mrwnTHB-ltr hA 'nfrt
of the' Superintendent; pt Public Workir,
Capitol Building;7 J-,':; : :
'-lnei cHipenntenaenqtnibnc Wpru
reserves theight to teiect any or all
,- ; Duperuuenaeni 01 ruouc vvorxs.
Honolulu, January 28th, 1913.'
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.NOTICSW v,,.. ,
This- ir to give noticrtbat no firdw
are to be- filled for goods, labor; etc
on account "EXti"' Carniral : Committee
Camp 49r unless Taccopspanled bir: s
written order signed bf, GI W. RJ King,
Treasurer. i i ? 7 !A'H T i
(Signed) J. A. M. JOHNSON
Secretary Elks' Carnival Committee
Mid-Pacific Carnival and Floral Parade
No obligation for material supplied
or labor to be performed will be recog
nized unless accompanied; by -an order
properly signed by R,' W.' Shingle,
Chairman, or . A. W. T. Bottomry,
Treasurer of the finance 1 committee,
CHAS. F. CHILUNGWORTH,
5450 Jan. 22,"24, 27, 29, 31, Feb. 2, 5;
. 7,. 10, 12. lCn.,19, 2L ;
Of Adjourned : Annual Meetlnp; of
Stockholders "of Mutual Telephone
, Company LimiteoV 4 , ,
Whereas the annual'meeting of the
Mutual Telephone Xtompairy; Limited,
held" bri the 30th day ? of September,
1912, was adjourned to meet at the call
cf the President of the Company; no:
tlce is hereby giyebthat,such. adjourn
ed meeting of the, stockholders bf said
Company' had been called 'to' be held
and win be held at the office, of the
said Company, on Adams' Lane In Ho
nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, on Moni
day, thelOthday , of' February, 1113;
at 2 p. m. of said day,"1 .
Secretary of sald.Company.
Dated, January 27, 1913., ,
5455 Jan. 28, 30; V Feb. 13, 5. 6, 7,
Of Special Meeting of .Stsokholdtrs of
Mutual Telephone Company Limited.
Notice is hereby given thai,a special
meeting the. stockholders of Mutual
Telephone Company, Limited, will, be
held at the office of .the said Company
on Adams Lane In Honolulu. Territory
of Hawaii, on Monday, the lftth day of
February, 1913,. at 3:30 p. ra., of said
day, to consider and take action upon
a proposal . to increase 1 the Capital
stock of the said Company and the dis
position of the new shares to be issued
in case of such increase; also to do
such other business as may come be
fore the meeting.
Secretary ofeaid Company.
Dated, January 27, 1913
Jan, 28, 30; Feb,
1, 3, 5, 6,
lendt.i'r'l r:lfV- s
ur .y rr "if'k BISHOP '
f StrVertfieSnWPdbllc Works
t Hoiioluld, February 0l913.JvA
129 LOTS 4 by S3 feet fo
tale at KatlhL right ear KI119
StreeV near the Kallhl brld.
Prica rang from to 1LC3 '
lot. r .
; " Ubartf dlacettata (!! S t
"lemrtd for caah.v--. r .
; Ttrma are very eaay.
. laevlr f ' " ,
t - - -:h ' t ' ... s
Liifl Co.i Ltd.
or ; r,
DRIVING; SADDLE and WORK
i V- FOR SALr OR v HIRE
4 WHEN ryoj VAHT " r2KCX
alaksa; mzzth y ?- :
I MAOOREGOn-A-DLATT ; ? M
K. .'I-v..i 1133 Fort CtrMt i ; .-;.
Utsst CtyiaaOnly the Flnsf ;
; ADVERTISING-' AOENTT
Phone' 137i 'V-til -iXHzi King et.
liner bare " the scliil"
Schttman Carriage Co LttL
S U PPL! ESv f A NO ?' REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GAR AG ET LTD.
f AJfDi BaUi; gSTATB (
OLIVER a LANSIN4
' SO Merchant Street
.... : P. H. BURNETTE
; Commfrsloner of: Deeds for Calif or
r.i and- New Yorfc NOTARY PUB
LIC; Grants Marriage' Licenses, Draws
Mortgagee, Deeds Bills- of Sale,
Leases, WUIs, etc Attorney for, the
District Courts .70 MERCHANT, 8T
HONOLULU. Phone 184e ;
Photo-Engratlng ef "Tblgbest grade
ran be secared from the Star-Bulletla
iv- - 1 1
Ceary Street, above Union Siuar
- Europear Plan $!BJ da j ei (frl
American Plan 3.00 day ujl j
lfcw t tttl and brick structure.
Every comfort aal convenieact.
A bixb class hotel at very moderate :
. ratia. In the center of theatre and
; retail district. On car lines trans- -.ferric
to all partj of city. Electric 1
"omnibus meets all trains and
teamen. Hotel Stewart recognfrei .
as Hawaiian Island Headquarter,-r
Cable Address -Trawtts-ABC coda
: JJLLoveJXsncluhi rerresenutlve
Via Pal I Road. 32 miles- -; '
V ? Autos for Hire
HAUULA, OAHU ' "
Pbone 872 -A. &.AubreyV Prop.,
IS ,' MODERATE RATES
Army; tnd Navy Haadquartars
Cseeial -Rates fsr .teej tCtay
; FREE. SWIMMING TENNIS.
! ; :y. AND CARAGEw
.' Cor. VlSder an3 Pumhea ;
V:-?;phenf SO '.-" - . ';
- ' MRS. L, M.v CRAY Manr-?r.
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" VAIMZA, KAUAI
r Newly Rinovattd Dest Hotsl
:-- ; on- KiJal
j ; TeurlitTra i Sol teltsd ; -
V'-'..GOOD ' V. Z AL3 ; .
;' . -..-Rataa nsaniiJa
C. W. SPITZ I i t PrcprUtsr
.TO U Rl ST 3
will find a visit to
MS; FOH A CVir-t AT TH.I
ch :. nzxT" cjr.'-AY
;V-: Says' tha-Vtst" Ciiitf - V '-'
Is. now lccatsl la cer
Genera! Catsrir? cf ths H:;::t' IT
-LEADlNa- HAT -CLEANEnS
Fort Street, Opposite Convent
rJLn;.k2ada'of:iIaU clcj-gad .
. : Blocked . . " .
. " ballad f or -Snd Delivered .
,.,We',.aall the Utest -styles, of
":'---- iMen'a Hats
Gdsas Grc::ry. Ltd.
Hay's Old Kcna Coffee
v- 'k BEST IN TUB. MARKET ; '
H E fir R Y ' M A Y & ' 0 0
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WAS AWARDED HIOIIEST nOJOtogk
At the recent 'California State . ..
r air neia at Bacrameaio; , ; ..-.
A GOLD AWARD - ' - v Vf .
A BLUE K1B203 AWARD and;"- ;
- : A CASH PRIZE
ORANGE BLO350U CAUZIZZ
fj.y, ? .en the Coast
HONOLULU DRUO CO LTD. '
1524 Fft St; Telephone 1i:i
-T YeaJ It fa tie Staf.CaneL'a. It
iujm us aw