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HONOLULU STAIMULLKTIN, Til 1-I5S JAY, FEI. 27, 1913.
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For Infante and Children.
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Acerfect Ermedv for Ctas&t-
Hon, Sour Stoiaach.Dtarrkoa
ncss findLoss of Sleep.
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of, all descriptions.
Let us figure on your
' SHOP, .
1119 Fort Street
We offer for sale the most desirable
residence lot j
It is a double corner 200x200
kshop Trust Co., Ltd.,
BETTER AND PRETTIER -THAN EVERY NEW DESIGNS ARRIV
ED LAST WEEK AND ARE NOW
Ready For Your
BRUSHES, MIRRORS, COMBS, MANICURE SETS AND ODD FAN
7 CIES FOR THE DRESSER
Benson Smith & Go.,
. Fort and Hotel Street
THE VENTURA BEEF FROM THE COLONIES EXCELS. IF
YOU LIKE THE TENDER SORT TRY IT AT OUR MARKET.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON A LOUIS, Prop. TELEPHONE M4
; FINE TRIBUTt TO ,
pent ii fi imirn
I iiU I I ULLi lillllJL.il
As a tribute to the late Proressor
V. l. Alexander, " tBo ' for thirteen
yfai"s was a meoioer or tne Dcaru ei
BE SHOWN AT MEETMO TONIGHT
Palflma flnnlatihri Ha Hart n Increase in Reviews Work.
T: . - i " iwih regard fo the religious wort,
OpienUia Tear, ACCOrU HQ tO tHe "settlement, there has been a
' Donnrf f I A Da'I 'iarge increase in members and a!so in
nepori OT J. A. haul efficiency. Plans are now unler way
' ' " ' " . " ' ' to fcrm a Pible class Tor young mieu,
The annual meeting rf the tn:s;eei similar to the one which is hin? hiri
tod members r of the Paiama Settle- on Sunday morning for the Seniois education, the commissioners cT euu
nienv oranizauon, 01 wnicn Jonn u. nder the direction of Mr. Rath. . The cation ; at their meeting ' Tuesday
Gait is president,' will be held at eistt ; Sunday schcel has been rather moie nornlrg accepted a motion presented
o clock this evening in the settlemeul steady in attendance through the pa;. by Commissioner Aikea whereby the
house, at which time three new tins- year than ever before, the average at- Keccnd day cf April of this year shall
tees will be elected to hold ornce jrar-. tenCcrxe being 110. Weekly teachers' le set aside In the public schools c:
mg the ensuing year, and the report meetings are being held with goW re the territory for the holding or su:;-
covering the work which has ocen fcults. ; j able exercisesMn memory of th3 man
complished duringthe past year will Durii:g the year the settlement vhese name wiU go down in the'his-
ue read by James A. Rath, heac woi v n..o ArAA . . ct nr tM ty nf tho isianrta - Th r.ar mt...
er ci me settlement. Thi3 building is the residence cf Mr. Honed was deemed especially appro-
' The report of Mr. Ra!h, whicH lias . Rath and his family and also the beai priato, as on that day the latet Profes
bcen' submitted to the present" board nurse and the workers among the girls sor Alexander would have been eishty
OI trustees and which will be read at end womrn. Ii alsn rnnfalns tnfi a cars old. ' ;
iensary. and gives the gins a ioo.:u The motion, which was presented uy
where they may carry on their ac- Mr. Aiken and unanimously accepted
tivitics. ' i by those present, is aa follows:
Durine 1912. 2343 ouarts of mil's.' "Whereas. Almighty God. in hU
were' dispensed and 65 babies iiavc great wisdom, has removed rrcm our
been under the care of t;ic nurses, midst Doctor William De Witt Alexan
Of ihe pupils in the kin:ergar:eu, der. who for more than thirteen years
31 :; , " '. '
me meeting, contains a detauet; ac
count of the work which has been
done by the settlement and the settle
ment "workers during the1 year which
Iras Just passed, and gives giowln? ac-.
counts of the success with which each
department has met. He speaks at
the beginning of the coming toiiono- 2057 cases were treated, and a "total was an active member of this euuca
lulu of Miss Blascoer and Raymond V of 7384 treatments given. The homes tiona! beard of Hawaii, and ever since
uoDins, wno commenced in this city a of 240 of the children were visited, and the beginning of. our modern school
:icw era in social work. The social 19 children were sent to doctors "to re-J system., was a very powerful factor liri
eun'ey of this city Is practically a new celVe further attention: 83 specimens it3 affairs, in a large measure saapx
idea, and while social and ms:onary of tuberculosis were sent to the oc-j its course; therefore, b it f :
wor na3 Deen going on nere ior some tors, 40 received a positive diagnosis,! "Rrsolved. That we: the department
ume pasi, yei 11 nas never oeen learn- and 17 were decided upon as tuDercu-1 ct public . instruction, do hereby ex
ea jusi wnat tne lccai prooiems were, iar suspects. Of the number of casevf press our great appreciation of all the
and whether they were being treated examined, 35 were sent to tlie ca; j p a vantages and benefits that hare
in a proper manner. camp, 9 to the Leahi home, 12 rc- come to this department in particular.
. Throughout the past year the settle-; moved to their hemes lor treaimeiiv and to the, territory of Hawii int'gen
ment has continued its daily round of, while one left the city. j eral, through- the close persona: cot-
administering," not only to the people Many Children Attend. " J cectlcn of Doctor Alexander with the
cf the neighborhood, but to the city as The total number of children attend-j.epartment and perhaps in a larger
well. At present the settlement oper- ing" the kindergarten for 1912 was 278,-..way through the medium of Ms books
ates'six uispensaries and during the the average attendance being 114. and writings which form suca a va:u
past year 4809 patients have been Eleven nationalities were represented able part of the" text books of our
treated.. Of this number 3943 recove:- among the pupils, they being -apau-j schools.
eu, uo improved, and diea; j,Uti ese, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, "Te feel that in the deatn of Dcc-
01 mese patients nave oeen treated in Porto Rican, French, American, a-; tor Alexander the educational depart
dispensaries alone; 396 were sen: :o waiian, Spanish and Filipino. ment 0f Hawaii has sustained an irre
aeetor8. m were sent to the hospitals, Under the direction of Frea uana, i arable loss, but are consoled with the
wnue zia were suppuea wun nour-, who has oeen wun tne setuement ror 1 knowledge that his great and benefi
ishment and bed linen. The. entire vhe past year, the "athletic work ha3 cent influence will ever be with us.
numDer . 01 treatments aggregate a been making rapid strides forwaro. a j Ve hereby direct that the public
total or ine a uia aay camp numoer of ctuhs have been rormea.ana SChcols throughout the territory 6hall
has- cared for 46 , patients during t:ie the boys of the settlement have taseu amj au 0f them hold special exercises
tear. ':Mr. Rath advocated that this, part in nearly every ' branch of ath- jn memory of Doctor Alexander upon
bbilding"1 should be supported :n a letlcs. Mr. Rath, in his report, telis t he second day of April, 1913, between
more liberal manner. of the daily attendance at the" classes the hours of nine and ten o'clock in
in Crowded Nelghporhood. J during the past year, which snows a the morning, which day would have
-vine f aiama neignDornooa nas, a marked gam over fthe attencance ;j been his eightieth birthday, v
lobulation of more than 8OO0 person.?, former vears. ':"! -:: a " ' '- ' I "v vmu hova . snwii ntttinttnn
Jand has undergone great changed . In The financial condition df the settle- called to the sterling character of Doc
Vht last five J'ears. The work of the mnt was very encouraging at the end. tor Alexander and to his modesty and
I rtnnrf rt tihnlth a Tt'cTI a a t Ti o flow . ., . i iA . I . : ...i.l..jim i : ...
" ..V,.. "r 01 tne year, me loiai expeuuiiure ue- unassuming grace uuiwuu&uiuuuiguia
building la. is having its effect, Tie jng 54 6,878.05. This, however, is some-! great attainments.
facial element re changing, and Vith what larger than last .year, and due "We hereby extend to the bereaved
them the social' arid moral ideas' v Mr.' t0 tbe erection of the new settlemnet-family of Doctor Alexander our heart-
Rath retomtnends that a survey oe house and office, two buildings which telt sympathy in their great loss and
maae or tne uistrtct wnicn tne settle- have greatly added to the efficiency
toent touches with a view to ascertain-; oJ the institution. ? v
mg just wnat races maKe up me pu:y-
glot constihiency, and what the cob
diUcns and problems are. , . K v -4
The social work of the settlement
daring the past year has consisted' ;of -
the boys' and girls clubs', the Satur
cTar evening tnovlng picture show, and
a'variety. of "other entertainments.
Tliere have also been dances given by
the neighborhood clubs, bdthers' meet
ings. and meetings of -other organna
tlons connected : with the' settlement
T1e club work among the boys and
. girls has shown a marked Incrfease,
end the attempt made during the sum
,mer months to provide "entertainmeut
tnd training for the boys' and girls oul
cf: school proved a success. The edu-
j catlonal work of the settlemenr has
consisted of the kindergarten, " thfl
rvenlng classes and j also classes5 In
domestic ' science? ' dancing" "cd tlay
j-iPoaeiJDg ine worn w lue,i ociue
ment'in this regard, says tne ""report,
' has been greatly hampered by the lack
:of room. The kindergarten, which is
carrledron by the' Children's Aid Soci
e'ty, is r more than crowded; and ' the
! evening- classes are in the same pre
I dkiament," a5id If both these features
!ar to grow in the future, or in fact
hbM har Oiey have, U is r-jipera ive
that more room be provided. This
matter Horrever; isncrw in'tn'ehalCa
ofthe building committee. .
I read It thiitarrpRlle)Un." It
mingle our sorrow with theirs,
"It is further resolved that a copy
of this resolution be forwarded to the
family and further that a copy of this
report be spread Upon the minutes of
this meeting." v
I ma It' la -tteStar-BulleUn.
most b Rft. V"'.' ": . ' .
First-class map draughtsman, must be
good letterer and able to make all
necessary calculations. Address,
stating experience . and 6alary ex
pected, "A, O.," this office. . .
t Scotsman," age 26, of good education,
. wants light job, clerical or other
wise. Address Z, this office. ,
Experienced help' for dressmaking. Ap
'ply at the Pantheon Bids., Room 21.
A purse with contents of considerable
value. Owner apply " to Sergeant
Hclmick, Co. A, 2d Inf., Fort Shatter,
H. T. Owner must give description
" of purse ' and : contents arid" pay Tor
advertisement. . 5481-3L
we arc paving a oaic;unJcur.
Embroidered Crepe Dress Patterns ....
Embroidered Crepe Dress Patterns .
Embroidered Silk Crepe Dress Patterns .
Embroidered Pina Silk Dress Patterns ... . ,
Silk and Pongee Auto Scarf....... ......
SEE OUR WiNUOW.
... . . . . .$ 7.50 now 6.00
7.50 now $ 6.75
...$35.00 now $3 1. 00
...... . .$12.00 now $1 1.00
$3.00 and $3.50
tt37 Fort Street.
In the shortest possible time and most efficient manner by a
corps of expert wiremen
Installation, Alteration and
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
No. 250. TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
COURT OF LAND REGISTRATION.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII to JOE
PAIKO ; J CITY. MILL COMPANY ;
M R3. M ELEANA ; MAILE AUK Al ;
MRS. MAILE; FONG KOON CHAN;
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COM
PANY; E. FAXON BISHOP and
HAWAIIAN .' TRUST COMPANY,
LIMITED, Trustees . under the will
of C. C. Allen, deceased ; C. F. PET
ERSON; TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
by Wade Warren Thayer," Aiiorney
General, and Joshua D. , Tucker,
Commissioner "6f Public Lands;
CITY AND COUNTY OF HONO
LULU, by Joseph J. Jern, Mayor
and President of the Board of Super
visors; and to ALL whom it may
concern: , , ."
Whereas, a petition has been pre
sented to said Court by The Kaiulani
Home for Girls, Limited, to register
and confirm its title in the following
described land: v : - '
All that certain piece or parcel of
land, being Apana 3, of Land Com
mission Award 1398, Royal Patent 1906
to Mumuku. and portions of Apana 1
of Land " Commission Awara 605 to
Kalanaaina no Lupe, bounded and de
Beginning at a 1" galvanized Iron
pipe at the East corner of L. C. A.
8316:1 to ' Kauuiki on the Southwest
line of this piece, the true azimuth and
distance to a sewer manhole in Ro
beilo Lane' being 16f 18' 28.1 feet and
running by true azimuths:
1. 61 06' 159.7 feet along L. C. A.
8316:1 to Kauuiki to a spike.
00 15.6 feet to a spike.
50' 119.5 feet to a IV" gat.
20' 149.0 feet along the mauka
side of the O. R. & L. Co. s
40 foot right-of-way to Ihi"
gal. iron pipe. "
30' 69.1 feet along fence.
01' 301.7 feet along fence io
a IYa" gal. iron pipe.
10' 146.3 feet along fence to
a Hi gal. iron pipe.'
33' 110.5 feet along fence to
a 14 gal, iron pipe.
44' 17.55 feet along fence to
the point of beginning and
containing an area of 1.19
;.. acres. . ' .
You are hereby cited to appear at
the Court of Land Registration, to
be held at the City and County of Ho
nolulu on the 2Sth day of March, A. D.
1913. at two o'clock in the afternoon,
to show cause if any you have, why
the prayer of said petition should not
be granted. And unless you appear
t at said: Court at the time and p;aw
' aforesaid your default will be-record-I
cd, and the said petition will be taken
as confessed, and you will be forever
barred from contesting said petition or
! any decree entered thereon.
Witness the Honorable Wiiiiam I.
Whitney, Judge cf said Court, this
24th day of February in the year nine
teen hundred and thirteen.
; Attest with seal of said Court:
(Seal) JOHN M ARCALL1 NO.
54S1 Feb. 27, Mar. 6, 13. 20.
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making from ' original
Insignia for Fraternal and
other O rganizations. C I ass,
School and College Pins
l ppralsc your property & A udit yoor boats ; r
33 bt rnr reaJI este B wow money for yoa
q ollect jour rents Q aaUcn job against lad inmU
D ircct joa rlgM r . D elltrr what we promise
ncourage joa to get a home & ntcr Into an'agrccmcnt to Ulp
: X' : ! jon do so
F Inanee jour deal V & IF amllLirbe joa wltJi the City
G ire joa good adfice nio jour confidence
H are time to hear jour troubles & Jcf elp job get properly located
I nsore jour life and property k I
I ewel Is something of great val
X Indly remember m
Ii oan jonr money
TrJ anage joor business
XiT egotlate loans '
O Pen anl c,ose jour books
JP ropcrtles In all parts of llono
nestion us on business mailers
U emember ns
S top and consider
T oday Is the day to bay
XT until jou hare seen ns
hit as soon
arc at jour senlces
31 amine our lists
3T oars to command
nrlfc job to come & talk wllh
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tT ust what we hare la barrala
Bl wp la toaci" wlti' the L?ae
It ore to help job
JLL ake money for joa .
J)J etcr lose sight of jonr Interests
O ffer jou our senlces '
uctualit la all baslaess trass-
" actions '
Q'olckly' get jour retarus
k E cmind us of what job want
S urcly job will come and see as
J omorrow maj lip too late
XT oloaded jour troubles go slow
V It as often
k Ve want joar business -
k actlj what job want will be
-z foand ' ' ,
k Y ours faithfully
Z eal In business transac Uozs
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Entire Stock, and Showcases,
Fixtures; and Furniture at
FORT AND BERETANIA ST.