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TUB HAWAIIAN gtylMgDAY, MAY 10, V2.
aro mndo on tho latest London, Paris
and Now York CiiBtom Lasts.
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be traced directly to impure or
low quality of milk.
Tho milk wo supply to our
i customers is absolutely pure
and very rich. It is endorsed
by tho Matron of the Kaulkeo
',lanl Children's Hospital.
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Hotel near Port
Tho mattor of tho II. Gooding Flold
roport on tho municipal and county
business methods and finances wa
touched upon briefly nt tho meeting
of tho trustees of tho chamber of com
merco Wednesday afternoon. Proslden
Spalding stated that whllo it had
been doomed deslrablo that an export
report bo prepared by Mr. Field, or
somo other qualified person, on tho
Territorial offices, It would bo linpos
si bio to, defray tho exponso of such
cn investigation from tho ordinary
funds of tho chamber.
After some discussion, tho matter
Was turned over to the committee on
legislation to report at another meet
Georgo W. Smith reported that so
far as the Field report criticized the
Queen's hospital management. tlio
committee, of which Mr. Lowrey was
head, has decided to recommend that
the matter bo dropped. The commit
tho matter bo dropped. Tho commit
tee believed that Mr. Fiejd had been
insufficiently informed on tho subject
when he prepared his report
Whether the Chamber of Commerco
will favor tho proposition for tho Hllo
Board of Trade that a general confer
ence of tho commercial and business
bodies of tho Territory be held in
Hllo somo time during tho summer,
was not mado clear at Wednesday's
meeting of that organization. Presi
dent Spalding brought the matter up
by reading a communication from the
Hllo board, outlining tho proposition,
but no discussion followed, no one
of tho members apparently having
any opinion to express. President
Spalding stated that ho presumed a
formal invitation would likely follow,
and that it might be well to await
such invitation. Tho next subject on
tho calendar was thereupon taken up.
As stated in that day's Star, tho
Hllo Board' of Trade has suggested
the. getting together of all tho busi
ness organizations in the Territory,
and the possible formation of a Terri
torial organization. The matter came
before tho Merchants' Association
some tlmo ago, and was favorably
passed upon by the directors.
Chief McDufflo Is In receipt of two
cables from San Francisco regarding
tho propcicd nrrest of nIapancto who
Is alleged to bo on board tho steam
ship Persia, due here next Saturday
Tho first cablo was to tho effect
thct tho Japanese, who Is wanted for
larceny, wnB on board tho Vessel, and
that h!,i arrest would please tho main
land authorities. Later on a cablo
was received by McDufflo and It con
tained tho Information thnt a wireless
hed been sent to the captain of tho
Persia, nsklng him to nrreit nnd hold
the Japanese until Honolulu was
reached, and the .man could bo tnken
over by McDufflo.
"I'll be on hand bright and early,"
suld tho chief yesterday, "and tho
Japaneso will bo returned to the Coast
that Is, If ho Is on board the Per
Chief McDuffld 1b loEVllig for tho
mainland In the S. S. China, which
sails on May 1. He expects lo bo
awny somo little time, and to return
In good health tb the Islands. "No, 1
can't accept coiiKratu'atlons yet," re
plied the big officer to tho Star repre
sentative, wlien asked If it Is truo
that he means to get married when
away on the mainland.
MAGAZINES FREE WITH STAR
7IRS. JOHN B. THAYER WAS
SAVED. BUT HER HUSBAND
WENT DOWN WITH TITANIC
Just received ex Sierra latest In
ii' ro tailored suits, -white coats and
0. Browsr g Co.
OITK3BRS AND DIRECTORS
. 9. Bishop nM.PruldMt
0o. H. Robertson
" Vico-Prosldsat Maaaiet
W . W. North. .i......,.,Trtiurj
Richard Ivors Secretary
R. Carter. . .... Director
? rS'i WrJto
B. A, Oocxo . -. . . . Director
A. Gartley .T..7. Director
Management of the-estate and bust
ness interests of the late James F
Morgan will bo tafien over by a new
joint-stock company, whose incorpora
tlon papers were approved by the at
torney general yesterday.
Tho company which Is known as
tno James F. Morgan Co.. Ltd.. is In
corporated for 1100,000 with an exten
sion limit of $500,000. One thousand
shares, par value $100, have been is
The following are the directors: J.
L. Fleming, president; W. D. Bald
win, vice-president; A. H. Rice, seoj
retary and treasurer, and J. Water-
house, auditor. WitU-J. P. Cooke, they
coratltute the stockbolders.
Continued from page nine.)
such reciprocity I do not know, but
it is greatly to your credit to make
the effort. It may damage the Repub
lican party for a while, but it will
surely benefit tho party In tho end,
especially if you tacklo wool cotton,
etc., as you propose.
Tho Hon. Win. H. Taft,
President of tho United States,
Whlto House, Washington, D. C.
After tho reciprocity agreement
was published Mr. Roosevelt deliv
ered two public addresses in which
ho expressed his warm commendation
of tho agreement and a hopo that it
might bo adopted. Now, In tho exi
gency of his contest for tho nomina
tion, and wtth tho purpose of accentu
ating tho supposed fooling of tho
farmers against me, ho recants his
approval of tho agreement on the
ground that It would not have been a
square deal for tho farmers, a clrcum
stanco which ho Intimates escaped
him when ho, In a desire to support
my administration, had approved tho
agreement I submit that Mr. Roose
velt's course on reciprocity Is not in
accord with tho square deal.
PHILADELPHIA, April 18. John
B. Thcyer, who lost his life in the
wreck of the Titanic, was second vice
president of the Pennsylvania rail
road. His wife wc.3 among those who
were put off the sinking, ship In life
boats and wero later picked up by
the Carpathld and landed at New
York. Mr. Thayer was born In this
city on April 21, 1862. He was edu
cated at the University of Ponnsyl
vanla. He entered railroad work in
1881 as a clerk and had filled many
Important positions. Ho wwj elected
a vice-president of tho Pennsylvania
railroad In 1909.
Somebody Is looking for Informa-
tlon, as to the whereabouts of James
W. White. The following "nersonal"
appeared in a recent Imue of a San
"ANY Information as to the where
abouts of James W. White, former
ly of tho Hawaiian Islands, will be
appreciated by his uncle. Address
box 3023, Call office."
Tho last local directory gives tho
residence of a person of this name as
the Leahl Home. It is just possible
that this is the person .advertised for.
RELIEF FOR SUFFERERS.
Stubborn attacks of dysentery which
defy other treatment yield' promptly
to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. It always gives
relief. For salo by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii.
Nothing "strikes the spot" better
than a "Classified Ad." In The Star.
It tells the story In a nutshell.
During my absence from tho Terri
tory, Mr. Charles P: Osborno will car
ry on my undertaking business at
Tho embalming branch will con
tlnuo to be carried on by two experi
enced assistants whose specialty Is
shipping casos, and work first-class
as scores of letters on file testify.
H. H. WrLLIAMS.
Honolulu, April 24, 1912.
f rom ana niter loaay any new Buiwonuor (or old guusarluer on re
newal) will bo glvon, as a bonus, either one of tho papers or mngnzlnos
named below for ono year.
This very deslrablo proposal will bo open for ten weeks only.
The daily Hawaiian Star Is $8.00 per year, delivered anywhero In tho
In ordorlng, glvo complete addrots, with street and number It In cities;
and name magazluo or paper desired as a bonus.
Any ono of tho following publications will bo given FREE for ono year
with Tho Star, tho annual rate of $8.00 being paid in ndvanco:
Areo Weekly, jAmorlcn, American Homes & Gardens, Automobile, Book
man, Churchman, ElltoStyles, Forest and Stream, Forum, Fat East Rovlow
(Manila), Hibbert' Journal, Houso Beautiful, House and Garden, Journal of
unitea states Artuiery .Association, journal of United States Cavalry As
sociation, National Geograpnic, Motor Age, Outing, Scientific American
(new), Suburban Life, Smart Sot, San Francisco Argonaut, San Francisco
News Letter. San FranciBCo Bulletin (0 days), San Francisco Call (Sun
day), San Francisco Chronlc'o (Sunday), San Francisco Examiner (Sun-
day), San Francisco Post (C Issues), United States Tobacco Journal, Van
Adventure, Air Craft, Alaska-Yukon Magazine, Army and Navy Maga
zine, Art and Progress, American Legal Nows, American Magazine. Alns-
lee's Magazine, Blue Book, Breeder's Gazette, Baseball Magazine, Benzl-
gcr's Magazine, Business Philosopher Christian Endeavor World, Camera,
Cassoll's Llttlo Folks, Designer (two years), Delineator, Electrician and
Mechanic, Everyday Housekeeping (two years), Etudo (for music lovers),
Everybody's Magazine, iiiiectric Journal, Elementary School Teacher, Edu
cational Foundations, Field and Stream, Financial Review, Green Book Al
bum, uaruen Magazine, uoou neaitn, Hampton -Columbian, Housekeeper,
Manual Training, Medical uovicw or Reviews, Modern Prlscllla (two
years), McClure's Magazine, Metropolitan Magazine, Musician, New Idea
(2 yrs.), Now Story Magazine, outer's Book, Out West, Outdoor Life. Over
land Monthly, People's .Ideal Fiction, Photo Era, Pearson's Magazine, Physical
Culture, Popular Electricity, Pacific Monthly, Popular Educator, Primary
Do not entor the homo whero a
Savings Account has been n
part of tho dnlly llfo.
Open a Savings Account to
day and make systematic de
posits of somo part of ydur
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Capital and Surplus,
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Offers some fine lots near the ear
Hue st Pal. nt n bargain, also the
balmy tea-beiHi home of the Into Ad
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iilllU mubusiuu, auiiowi iuut,uiuu, ocuuui iiriS HOOK, tjlllGIU S MagBZlnC,
Speaker, Smith's Magazine, Southern Tobacco Journal, Strand Magazine,
San Francisco Weekly cnronlcie, Touring, Twentieth Century Magazine,
Violinist, Wldo World Magazine, Woman's Home Companion, Yachting,
voungs magazine, loung i-eopios weeitiy (two years), Technical World, Men of tha. Fleet and Turi..
acnooi News anu practical uaucator iiomo Needlework (two years). rhe best place In Honolulu to bu
All Story Magazlnej American Baby, American Bee Journal, American Jad and Chlneie Jewelry of all kinds.
Jtsoy, American Hon Magazine (two years;, American Homo Journal, Amorl
can Machinist (monthly), American Mothethood, American Motorist,
American Educator, American Poult y Journal (two years), American
Poultry World (two years), American Primary Teacher (two years), Ameri
can School Board Journal, American Weekly, Argosy, Automobile Mechan
ics, Auto Dealer and Repairer (new) Book News Monthly, Boston Cooking
School, Boy's Magazine, Boy's World, Building Age, Business Journal, Ce
ment and Engineering News (new), Camera Craft (new), Child Lore, Chil
dren's Magazine, Dental Review, Dog Journal, Engineering Rovlow, Clean
ings In Beo Culture, Gregg Writer, Handicraft, Hoard's Dairyman, Humor
ist, History Teachers Magazine, Inl nd Poultry Journal (two years), In
ternational, Items of Interest, Kindergarten. Review, Ladies' World (two
.years), Kennel Review, Laco and Embroidery Reviewk Legal Adviser, Little
Folks (new), Locomotive Engineers' Journal, McCall's Magazlno (two
years), Modern Electrics, Mothers' Magazine (two years), Motorcycle Illus
tratod, Motor Field, Munsey's, Musical Observer, National Poultry (two
years), National Sportsman. New York Times Book Review, New York
World (trl-weekly), Pathfinder, Philistine, Pictorial Review, Pickings from
Puck, Poultry, Poultry Keeper (two years), Poultry Culture (two years),
Poultry Rovlow, Practical Engineer, Profitable Poultry (two years), Pri
mary Plans, Puck Library, Puck Quarterly, Railroad Man's Magazlno, Re
liable Poultry Journal (two years), San Francisco Weekly Call, Studio
Successful Poultry Journal (two yearn), Table Talk, Teachers' Journal,
Ten Story Book, World's Chronicle, Woman's Work, Writer; Architect,
Builder and Contractor; Automobile Topics, Baby, Blacksmith and Wheel
wright (now), Business and Bookkeeper, Concrete, Commoner, Cosmopoll
tan. Cincinnati Enquirer (weekly). Correct English. Denial Era, Current
Events, Farm and Ranch, Farm Implements, Amateur Sportsman, American
Agriculturist, American Motor News, Association Men, Black Cat, Crescen
do, Concrete Age, Cooking .Club Magazine, Gas Engine, Good Housekeeping,
Health, Health Culture, Harper's Baear, Judge Library, Judgo Quarterly,
Motor Print. National Monthlv. New York Times Weekly Financial Re
view, Opportunity, Motor Boating, Railroad Men, School Exchange, School
Century, School Education, Sunday School Times, School Music (two
years), Toot-Toot American Motor News, Uncle Remus Homo Magazine,
World Today, Watson's Magazine.
Advertising and Selling, American Art News, Art and Decoration,
American Chess Bulletin, American Forestry, American Carpenter and
Builder, American Engineer arid Railroad Journal, American Journal of
Nursing, American Lawn Tennis, Current Literature, Cycle and Auto
Trade Journal, Dress, Editorial Review, Fra Magazine, Grit, Horse Breeder
(new), Horseless Age, Independent, Journal of Education, Keith's Magazlno,
Lipplncott's Magazine, Legal News, Musical Ago, New York Observer
(new), Pacific Rural Press, Recreation, Railway and Locomotlvo Engin
eering, Review of Reviews, Survey (new), Sporting Life, Sporting News,
System (with books), St. Nicholas (now), Tobacco (new), Tobacco Loaf.
Top Notch Magazine, Toilettes, Trained Nurse, Travel, Trotter and P.accr
World's Work, Youth's Companion.
Address: The Hawaiian Star, Honolulu
CLOSING OUT SALE OF MENS'
This department of our business will be discontinued, so, whllo
the goods last, will be sold regardless of prico.
80 S. KING STREET, between Nuuanu and Bethel.
I HOTEL AND SMITH STREETS
iTLAB ASSURiNCE COMPANY OF
NEW YORK UNDERWRITERS'
Tue b. F. Dillingham company, .Ltd.
General Agents for Hawaii,
"fourth Floor, Stangenwald Building.
All kinds Wrapping Papers ana
Twines, Printing and Writing Papers.
4MERICAN-HAWAIAN PAPER A
SUPPLY bo., LTD.
Fort ana Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Phone 1410. Geo. G. Guild, Gen. Mg.
REMARKABLE REDUCTIONS IN
ILL LINES OF HATS FOR MEN
NUUANU ST. NEAR HOTEL,
THE KING OF
Ask your Grocer for It.
for particulars, passengers or freight
Fred L. Waldron, Ltd.
,816 Fort Street
C. Brewer & Co..
Fire and Marine
Royal Inturanc Co. ef Llvcrpttfc
Lanrion Auuranc Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co. o$
cattish Union and National htattn
nco Co. of Edinburgh.
Insurance Co. ol EdUu
American and Porotan Marino fRB
Bowers' Merchant Patrol
And Confidential Agency
Rellablo Watchmen Furnished.
Phono 1051. P. O. Box X84
City Hoadquartora. Club Stables.
Cor. King and South Sta. '
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Kellogg & Dempsey
Auto, Motor and Carrlaao Repairing.'
If Yon Wish To Adver
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AsrwJur t Anytime Call on or writs
E. C. Dalic's Advertising:
1S4 Sansome St, Baa Francisco.
Flno Job Printing, Star Office.
A modern down-town hotol
equipped with every conveni
ence known to guests. Tho
charges are In proportion to
tho excellence of tho accom
modations, cuisine and serv
ice, MISS JOHNSON
Emma St. above Vineyard.
Bridge and Beach Stores lor Goal
Quick Meal BIuo Flams. Oil Btoros.
Perfection Oil Stores.
Giant Burner Gasoline Stores.
EMMELUTH CO, LTD.
KavaUiut Commercial el KseaK
Hallra 8ngar Comnaajv
, Pala Plantation.
Maul Agricultural Compan '
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation CompamXi
McBrrdo Sugar Company. ,
Kahuku Plantation Compaaft
Kanal Railway Company.
Kaoal Electric Company.
Haiku Fruit & Packing Cdmp'aSJ!
Eessi Fruit & Land Company.
HONOLULU LODGE NO. 1,
B. P. O. ELKS.
Ueeta In their hall on King street
near Port every Friday ovenlng. Vis
iting Brothers aro cordially Invited to
A. E. MURPHY, E. R.
H. DUNSHEE, Soc'y.
HONOLULU LODGE, NO. 800,
L. O. O. M.
Will meet In Odd Fellows' Building,
Fort street, near King, every Friday
arenlng at 7:30 p. m. Visiting broth
ore cordially Invited to attend.
AMBROSE J. WIRTZ, Dictator.
E. A. JACOBSON, Secretary.
KAHN SYSTEM OF REINFORCED
Cup Bars, Rib Metal, Hy, Rib, Rib
Lath, Waterproof Coating.
HONOLULU IRON WORK8 CO.
Agent tor the Hawaiian Islands.