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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1191
How Many People Do
You Know Who Are
Not Taking the Star?
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votes in the STAR'S great $3000
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needs the STAR, because it is the
biggest paper, the newsiest paper
and the best edited paper ever pub
lished in Hawaii.
If you cannot be a contestant,
help your friend who is, to win one
of the biggest prizes ever offered in
the 1 erntory. Here is the list:
First, $750 Cash.
Second, fine building lot in Kaimuki
Third, Savings Bank Account of
Fourth, Ticket to Coast and Return
with pocket money.
Fifth, Selection of Books, $150.
Sixth, Trip and Week at Volcano,
Seventh, Furniture order, $75.
Eight, Music order, $50.
Ninth, Hardware order, $50.
Tenth, Jewelry order, $50.
AND EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE PEOPLE
OF THE OTHER ISLANDS.
Eleventh, Trip from Hilo, week in
Honolulu and return.
Twelfth, Trip from West Hawaii,
week in Honolulu and return.
Thirteenth, Trip from Maui, week
m Honolulu and return.
Fourteenth, Trip from Kauai, week
in Honolulu and return.
BOOKS FOR BONUS
Besides these big prizes, every
worker can earn a fine lot of books
by best authors. No competition
for books. 3000 votes gets one
book and you get the votes towards
the big prizes besides.
Write to the Contest depart
ment, STAR, Honolulu, for book
list and other information.
The new factory of the
Maui Pol Co. is Banitary
in every detail. -
Poi furnished in up-to-date
agate waro vessels.
Let us supply you with a
Maui Poi Company
DOL1M & COELHO
Automobile For Rent
Hudson Touring Car
Parties Accommodated at all Hours
Telephone at Coelho's House
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Stomach, Liver, Kidney
Xmi wood mo. acNjaann
TRACK MARK '
Carat Uy- DywpM. Sow Stom
al!. Lack of Appeme. Hn ".hotm. Cm
and Wind e Stomach, Bloawd
Pais, is Stomach altar taunt. cf Heao
acha. Diuiona, CoumI Toogu, BUuuaoeai,
Malaria. Bteatbooa. Fevafc Tired Feelinj,
jaundice. Backacha. Dbi. Grairel, lua.
part Bmht a Dwaaae. Bladda i TraaiUj,
Enunaia, Hhrumauim. Impure Blood. Catarrh,
Scrofula. Melanehoha, .Nerwui i Diaordwa,
Skackaneai, Roioea Worrai. Cocaa Can
tfipabon. Anaemic CoodUioo.
A Craal Took for Works.
1.ea rm bettta I lor H.80, t 'or tS.00
NmioaBra. Bcpiamm Compound Hobala
coataiaa no alcohal. Therefor ta auu
af anaa baaW may ar Jtthtly.
ALL PLANTATION STORES t DEALERS
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
A Little Toe Abeentminded.
Jimmy Ilynn was very absentmlnd
el and his friends lored to tell stories
of his misadventures. You would henr
one morning that Ryan had gone home
the evening before, walked Into the
boarding house next his own under
the Impression that he was home, hnd
at down at the table and had not
aroused from his abstraction until
some one bad called bis attention to
But the best story ol all was put
over the day after Ryan's wedding.
This was an evening affair.
"They drove away from the church,"
said the narrator, "and over to the
new house that had been all fixed up
for them. When they got to the door
Ryan helps her out tenderly and leads
her up to the door and talks to her n
minute. Then he shakes bands with
her and says, "Well, good night, Lucy.'
" 'Good night?' says she Inquiringly.
" 'Yes,' says he, I guess It's time 1
was going home now.'
" 'Why, Jimmy Ryan, you big It,' she
says, 'wake up. You live here now. "
Notice of Executrix's Sole of
Notice is hereby given that, as the
Executrix of Edward H. Rogers, de
ceased, and under and by virtue of
an order granted by the Honorable
Selden B. Kingsbury, Judge of the
Circuit Court of the Second Judicial
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, licens
ing me to sell certain property be
longing to said estate, I shall, on
Saturday, the 16th day of Decem
ber, 1911, at twelve o'clock noon,
at the front entrance to the Court
house in Waiiuku, County of Maui,
sell, at public auction, the following
(1) That , certain piece, parcel
and lot of land situate and being in
Kalua, District of Waiiuku, Island
and County of Maui, Territory of
Hawaii, being a portion of Apana 1,
of Royal Patent number 2162, Land
Commission Award 2420, to Kaai,
containing an area of 59-100 of an
acre, being the same property con
veyed to W. II . Rogers by deed of
partition had between Zelie K.
Rogers, Waldemar Rogers, Elizabeth
Summerfield, and said Edward H.
Rogers, of date October 7, 1904; and
(2) That certain piece and par
cel of land situate atLahaina, Coun
ty of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, Ix
ing that portion of Ahupuaa of Mit
kila, containing an area of one acre,
more or less, and conveyed by A. N
Hayselden to Edward II. Rogers, by
deed dated October 6, 1909; said
last mentioned piece of land being
further .described by metes and
bounds as follows:
Beginning by the sea by the north
west corner of this lot and running
along a stone wall by Kamohai to
Naea, thunue ulong Naea by a fence
to Kabawai of Pahoa, thence along
Kahawai to the sea, thence by the
sen boundary to the point of com
Should a sum sufficient 10 appro
ximately pay the debts of the estate
bo realized from the sale of the first
piece of property In this notice
mentioned, the second property des'
cribed herein will not, in Buch event,
Sale to be made subject to con
firmation of the Court.
For further particulars apply to
Ellen Rogers, Executrix of the Es
tate of Edward II. Rogers, or to D
II. Case, Waiiuku, Maui.
Executrix of said Estate.
Nov. 25, Dec. 2, 9, 16.
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hail, Waiiuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend.
E. F. DEINERT, C. C.
C. C. CLARK, K. OF R. & S.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
Grand Display of
Notice to Depositors In Bishop &
Company's Savings Bank.
In accordance with the printed Con
ditions of Agreement issued by Bishop &
Company's Savings Bank, notice is here
by given that the rate of interest paid on
savings deposits will be reduced from
four and one-half per cent (4j) per an
num to four per eeut (4) per annuni
This reduction will come into effect on
the first day of January, 1912.
Dated at Honolulu, T. H. Sept. IS, 1911.
Sept. 23 to Dec. 31.
'Tls yet Wgh day. Thy staff resume
And fight fresh battle for the truth,
For what Is a Re but youth's full bloom,
A riper, more transcendent youth T
A weight of gold
Is never old.
Streams broader grow as downward
At sixty-two life has begun,
At seventy-three begins once more.
Fly swifter as thou nearest the sun
And brighter shine at eighty-four.
Shouldst thou arrive,
Btlll wait on God and work and thrive.
Oliver Wendell Holmes.
Borne Harvard students Who had
either a real or Imaginary grievance
against a taxlcab chauffeur boarded
his cab and rode all evening and part
of the morning, winding up in front of
the halls. They excused themselves to
raise money enough to pay the bill and
never came back. The next day the
taxlcab company was called up und the
manager was asked, "Did you have
some Harvard students use a cab all
"Did they evade the bill?"
"Did the chauffeur wait for four
hours for them to come out and pay
"And you were never paid?"
"Well," concluded the voice, "Isn't
that too badl" And the receiver
was hung up.
Couldn't Manage It.
The doctor had looked at the pa
tient's tongue, taken his temperature,
felt his pulse and was at the poinf of
leaving the' room when he paused to
say to the sick man's wife:
"Madame, in.nddltlon to your giving
the medicine I have prescribed, I wish
you would see that every morning your
husband gets a shower bath."
The woman looked worried. "But,
doctor," she propounded anxiously,
"what am I golu' to do the morula's
we don't have no showers?" Chicago
Not What She Expected.
The four Gerton girls were all good
looking Indeed, the three younger
ones were beautiful; while Annie, the
eldest, easily made up in capability
and - horse sense what she lacked in
A young chnp, very eligible, called
on the girls frequently, but seemed un
able to decide which to marry. So
Annie put on her thinking cap, and oue
evening, when the young chap called,
she appeared with her pretty arms
bare to the elbow and her hands white
with flour. '
"Oh, you must excuse my appear
ance," she said. "I have been -working
In the kitchen all day. I baked bread
and pies and cake this morning, and
afterward, as the cook was ill, I pre
pared dinner." r
"Miss Annie, Is that so V said the
young man. He looked at her, deeply
Impressed. Then, after a moment's
thought, he said:
"Miss Annie, there is a question I
wish to ask you, and on your answer
will depend much of my life s happiness."
"Yes," she said, with a blush, and
she drew a little nearer "yes; what
"Miss Annie," said the young man
In deep, earnest tones, "I am thinking
of proposing to your sister Kate. Will
you make your home with us?"
Nearly Got Her Name.
In one of the gay cafes of Oakland,
CaL, which Is frequented by visitors
to the coast, a young man who be
lieves he possesses unusual powers
over the opposite sex sat at one of the
tables recently ogling a pretty woman
He felt that he had made an lmpres
sion and when he saw her speak to a
friend lost no time in making Inquiry
as to her identity.
"Why, don't you know her? That's
Miss O. Lyon," answered his friend.
"I wish you'd get her telephone
number, as I'd like to ring her up,'
aid the anxious one, and a few mo
ments later he was banded a slip of
paper on which was written the num
ber of the Cliff House.
The very next day be called up the
hotel and asked If Miss C. Lyon was
"She is stopping around here," re
plied the clerk, "but Just swam out to
the rocks for luncheon."
We have on display the largest line of CHRISTMAS TOYS
and novelties ever shown on Maui. The Goods were bought in
New York for us, and we must sell the entire stock before Xmas.
It is impossible to give a list of what we have. Come in and
look at them. Bring the children along too. There is some
thing to please everybody. OPEN EVENINGS.
The Prices on these Goods are so Cheap it
will surprise you.
THE WHITE "SIX
A man doesn't have to be a mechanic to recognize the simplicity of the WHITE motor. If
he is at all familiar with the appearance of motors he will be likely, to think, looking; at a
WHITE, that some parts are missing. It is all there, however, and whatever parts have been
eliminated result in its efficiency, simplicity and economy of operation. .To the average man
the WHITE motor is the most attractive part of the car; because its probability to need repairs is
minimized, and, if it does need adjusting its construction is not so bewildering that he cannot
make minor repairs himself, however little he may know of mechanics.
Five Important Features of White Motors
First of all, the foui oylindera are out en bloc -that la to one piece. Tola construction gives a rigidity to tbe crank ease and
koeps the bearings Id alignment ' .
The cylinders each have a three and three-fourth lnoh bore and five and one-eighth Inch stroke. The stroke is very loog in pro
portion to the bore, resulting in increased power with loss effort, which means maximum efflclcnoy and gasoline eoonomy.
There are four forward speeds, with direct drive on tho third, which means a speed for every condition, giving greater road
emoinncy, and making it unnecessary to overtax the engine at any time.
WHITE motors are equipped with a honeycomb radiator in which the ooollng surfaoe is praotloally twioe that of any ordinary
kind. This radiator is tbe most effloleut of which we know, and, because of its high cost, is used only in the better grade of cars.
A double oiling system is used. After lubricating, the connecting rod bearings, tbe oil drops into the crank ease, where It Is
used in tbe regular splusb system. Besides beluga very effective means of lubrication, the conomyof using the oil twioe is
apparent. The crank shaft casing and the side plates on the motor, which when removed make the crank shaft accessible, cou
nou the oil to the Inside of tbe motor, preventing a general besmearing wltboll which would otherwise occur.
VOLCANO STABLES & TRANSPORTATION CO., LTD.
AGENTS Hilo, Hawaii