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TIIK HAWAIIAN STU. TIU KSDW. MAY Ml VH2.
Trusses, Suspensories, I
Crutches, Jockey Straps j
A New Line of Goods
At Reasonable Prices
Come in and look them over.
HAWAIIAN DRUG CO.
Hotel Street opp. Bethel Street
THE BEST BUTTER
AUSTRALIA SENDS US TjHE BEST BUTTER THE BEST MUT-
TON AND SOME GOOD BEEF WE CAN PROMPTLY FILL ANY
f. ORDER FOR THESE DELICACIES.
Metropolitan Meat Market;
HEILBKON AND LOUIS, Propr'B.
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Laree Assortment of Sliehtlv Damaged
BEDS at Discounts of Fifty Per. Cent.
Every Bed a Real JBargain. Must be Sold
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Ltd..
(Continue! from i-uge One)
CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES GROW
AS LUG COST
WASHINGTON, Mny 110. -In an ail'
dress made here last night Rcproson
tntlw Fitzcnl-nlil of ltrooklvn. N. Y.
declared that Theodore Roosevelt Is' "f cooperation In reducing that cost.
A noteworthy economic feature to
which attention Is directed In the re
ports of consular otllcers regarding
tho cost of living abroad In the effo'.'t
one of the gravest menaces tho repub
lic has to face. In support of his con
tention Mr. FlUgernld produced mem
oranda .KM'Ibhed upon the plans of
the executive ofllces of tho White
Hoporta from Franco, Helglum, tho
Netherlands and Denmark aro Includ
ed In an installment Bent to Congress
by President Taft this week. It ap
pears from the Information collected
House, which were made in 1902. The, tl,c burden of living expenses
words in the former President's own, ,las directed attention to, and aug
handwriting, were an endorsement of, "'onted the membership of, the co-
operative societies, more especially in
Fiance aim Helglum. The tendency
seems to bo toward small societies,
and the great majority of the nsso-
tho plans and the significant remark
"to be permanent during my life
CHICAGO, Illinois, May 30. It was
learned hero last night that the no- elntions represent groceries and bak
tional committeemen elected at the eries. In Franco tho most successful
Anniversary Sale of
Millinery and Men's Hats
This sale is not for the purpose of disposing of odds and ends,
but will enable our patrons to realize a handsome saving on any
article selected from our large and carefully assorted stock.
Nuuanu Street near Hotel.
presidential primaries of several States
havo notified tho chairman of tho Re
publican National Committee, Harry
Stewart New, they expect to take of
fice before the opening of the conven
tion. They claim that under the law
commltteoniefcj take office, with tho
convention for which they are elected
and not with tho next as formerly.
Mr. New issvied a statement In
which ho stated that this claim was
not based upon tho law, but that cus
tom provides that the national com
mittee assumes office after the con
vention and not before.
BUTTE, Montana, May 30 The
Democratic convention held here yes
terday instructed tho entire Montana
delegation for Speaker Champ Clark.
ATLANTA, Georgia, May 30.
Thomas E. Watson, ex-congressman
and populist leader, lost control of
the Democratic convention held here
yesterday and Oscar Underwood won
easily. The light was one of the most
bitter in years.
HAVANA, Cuba, May 30 Rebel
activities near Guantnnamo In the
vicinity of the naval coaling station
aro said to have subsided and the sit
uation tiiroughout the territory In
which tho revolutionists havo been
operating is rapidly improving. The
Cuban government is now preparing
an active campaign to sweep the last
vestiges of revolt from the Island, but
at the same time reports come In
from the rebel camps to tho effect
mat tno revolutionists are making
wuniKo preparations anu in many
quarters a destructive campaign of
guerrilla warfare,, entailing the loss
of much life and property, Is expected.
CHICAGO. May 30. As the culmin
ation of the unsettled domestic af
fairs of Richard Harding Davis, war
correspondent, novelist and dramatist,
suit for divorce was brought hero yes
terday by Mrs. Davis on the ground
of desertion, which is a late and to
tally unexpected development In the
case, for It was recently asserted by
both Davis and his wife that an un
derstanding had been reached and
that a reconciliation was Imminent..
Mrs. Davis was formerly Miss Cecil
Clark of this city, and was mnrrled
to the journalist in 189!).
(Continued from Pago Nine)
distributive societies aro in the manu
facturing cities of the northeast and
central sections, while the operation
of agricultural societies has been es
pecially successful In
down to a fair level throughout the
districts where they are located, ns
well as to enhance the purity and
equality of the goods.
In Helglum, where cooperative dis
tribution appenrs to bo specially ac
tlvc, a largo proportion of the socie
ties sell nt prices lower thin those
of tho regular markets, allowing only
members to purchase and having
only minimum profits to distribute.
A number of societies guarantee fi
per cent dividends on all purchases
and distribute all remaining profits
among vnrous funds for Insurance,
pensions, strike relief, Indemnities for
injuries, and similar purposes. Co
operative associations In tho Nether
lands deal with domestic and agri
cultural supplies, including also
creameries, farmers' loan banks and
savings banks. They are maintained
on a strictly cash basis and return
tho southern j dividends to the purchasers averag-
and 10 per cent.
To tho latter class of assocla- lng between S
tions the French government has ex- Among other things, they arrange
tended encouragement in many ways, j with doctors, dentists and merchants
as, for example, by furnishing expctiwho sell goods which tho societies
advice, granting subventions and per-'do not handle to give the societies
mitting long-term loans by agrlcultu-.commissions on business dono with
ral credit associations. Hlghgrado'j their members. Sales by cooperative
farm machinery is furnished from societies in Denmark aro confined to
the surpluses or is loaned gratuitous-' members, unless the associations
ly or upon the payment of nominal wish to subject themselves to tnxa
fees. Industrial plants owned and tlon. Numerous factories and work
operated by tho workers are not un-' shops are operated by a joint asso
common In France. Tho French co- elation of Danish cooperative socle
operative societies usually sell at prl- ties. Prices appear to be kept down
ces which aro neither higher nor low-' through tho activity of the assocla
er than those of private stores, but tions, whose average dividends range
they havo a tendency to keep prices from 5 to 12 per cent. Dradstreets.
PARIS, May 15. Thousands of per-
will bo mndt by cheek as soon after
.liino 1st, 1013, m practicable.
OHO. II. ROBHRTSON,
Treasurer, Hawaiian Agricultural
Dated at Honolulu, May 13lh. 1912.
Gts Mny 13, IC, 30, 28, 27, 30.
OFFICR D. Q. M., HONOLULU, H. T.,
May 27, 1912. Scaled proposals will
bo rocolvod hero until 9 a. m., Juno
12, 1912, for furnishing hny feeding
and oats, required at posts hi Hawai
ian Islands during fiscal year com
mencing July 1, 1912. Information
furnished on application horc. CLYF
FARD GAME, D. Q. M.
GtMny 27, 28, 29, 31, Juno 10, 11.
Honolulu Gas Co,, Ltd.
A special meeting of tho stockhold
ers of the Honolulu Gas Co.. Ltd., will
be held at tho office of Castle & With.
Ington, 37 Merchant street; Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii, on tlie 22nd dny
of June, 1912, at 9 o'clock a. m., to
consider and act upon the authoriza
tion of an Issue of bonds in the im
mediate sum of $300,000 and eventu
ally In the aggregate amount of $1,
000.000, to refund tho existing bond-
ded indebtedness of the company, and
for other purposes, and the execution
of a trust deed or mortgage to secure
the same, and the transaction of such
other business as may properly bo
brought before the meeting.
A. N. CAMPBELL,
Secretary, Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
Dated, May 28, 1912.
Cts May 30, Juno 3,' S. 13, 17, 21.
SALE OF PUBLIC LANDS.
WASHINGTON, May 15. Repre-
sons motored today to the suburb otentativo K!ahn today conferred with
Nogent-sur-Marlne, in order to secure' Commissary General Sharpe regard
mementoes of last night's siege, which lng the purchase in San Francisco of
ended in tho death of the automobile butter for use by tho army in the
bandits, Gamier and Vallet. An ox- Philippines. Heretofore butter Cor
aminatiou today showed that the villa ( the army's use In the islands has
was a regular arsenal. ' Several cases heen purchased In Australia, because
of bullets and cartridges were found, the department claimed it was cheap-
wiillo a sort or trench had been bulIt)Cr. Kahn showed the department
behind the walls and perforated with where it could do better by purchas-,
notes, auorciing the bandits an excel- inc in Sim i.v.mniu .,.i n. .
lent means of defense and offense.
The long duration of the siege is re
garded as showing the Ineffectiveness
of the high explosives used, which,
considering the conditions, did1 not
cause a groat amount of damage.
The stern extermination of the out
law chiefs meets with approval every
where In France, and now that the
members of the band have been kill
ed, or are behind prison bars, tho con
ditions which led up to their appear
ance are destroyed. Many people
think they are the product of mod
ern fiction and tho modern stage
which havo glorified tho careers of
EXCLUSIVE PATTERNS IN HANDSOME GREYS
English and American Weaves. Made to your order with lit and
the skating rink, the largest building
in town. It was planned to have a
bean supper In the same place at
night, but by that time the army of
workers had grown altogether loo
largo. So the beans and the tables
vero carried to the baseball park,
where the men "wolfed It with their
hats on," as Kipling would say.
Among the men In this part of
Alaska there Is an uneasy feeling.
Tho sewing circle, with which tho
women were heretoforo contented,
liar become altogether too tame, and
the men who have until now been al
lowed to run things to suit them
selves, go about with an air of
"What do you think Is going to Hap
pen next?" Hut, anyhow, Douglas has
ceased to bo a mining camp, and
Intends to bo a little city.
Y stylo unequuled.
W. W. AHANA
62 South King Street
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Alex. Young Bldg.
When your shoulder Is so lamo that
every movement of your arm pains
you severely you may know that you
have muscular rheumatism. Prompt
rellof may bo had by applying Cham
berlaln'B Pain Balm and massaging
the affected parts with tho palm of
tho hand at each application. Do not
use your arm any more than Is nec
essary for a day or two as every
movement tends to aggravate the dis
ease. For salo by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., Agents for Hawaii.
missary general decided to ask for
bids on 40,000 pounds of San Fran
cisco butter in July, to be delivered
Tho war department has ordered
one shipment of 35,000 pounds of cof
fee to the Philippines from Honolulu,
and the chief commissary, Philippine
division, has been ordered to report
on the condition and quality of the
coffee, with a view to determining
whether further shipments shall bo
made from Honolulu. -The price quot
ed tho department, 24 14 cents a pound,
Is one cent cheaper than the lowest
quotation In San Francisco.
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, Juno
29, 1912, at the front door to tho
Capitol, Honolulu, there will be sold
at public auction leases of the follow
ing lots situated at Lawai, Kauai:
Lot. No. Area Upset rental
3 9.52 acres $47.50
10 7.C0 acres 38.00
13 4.20 acres 21.00
Payable semi-annually In advance.
Term of lease, 5 years from Juno 1,
Purchaser to pay' cost of advertls
Purchaser' to pay for permanent lm
provements now on tho respective
Reservations regarding land requlr
ed for reclamation, settlement or
public purposes, wll bo embodied in
For maps and further particulars,
apply at the Land Office, Capitol
JOSHUA D. TUCKER, '
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, May 28, 1912.
Gts May 29, Juno 5, 12, 19, 2G, 28
OF HIS SCHOOL DAYS.
LOS ANGELES. May 15. It took
Charles Carter, claim agent of the Los
Angeles railway, twenty-five years to
find put, but he finally decided that
Miss Cora Ireland of Ringold, la., Is
the woman he ought to mr.rry. Mies
Ireland, after an equal length of time.
arrived at the same conclusion and
they were married at tho home of
Dr. W. E. Carter, a younger brother
of Charles, last night.
A quarter of a century ego In RIn
gold, Carter and Miss Iroland met In
High school and, to use their words
they had a "case." Carter later moved
to Nebraska and then here.
At; first he communicated with her
frequently, and then letters begnn to
fall off and finally ceased.
A few days ago ho learned from a
mutual friend that Ies Ireland was
hero. Carter called a taxlcab. They
met, settled the question In five min
utes, and got a license. Dr. Carter
learned of It and ho told them he
would never consent to porsons forty
years of age "eloping" and If Charles
wished his younger hrother's consent
ho would have to bo married at tho
MAKES GOOD RECORD.
WASHINGTON, May 15. Ten mil
lion dollars In net profits .from seignior
age on silver coins, sale of drafts and
Interest on gold reserve deposits is
the record of tho Philippine Treasury
for the last eight years, according to
a Bureau of Insular Affairs statement.
Modern American financial methods
were Introduced In tho Philippines just
eight years ago, and since that time
the profits have reached a total
amounting to more than 15 per cent
of the outstanding circulation. Reserve
for tho maintenance of tho gold stand
ard having climbed to 40 per cent. Is
to be reduced to 35 per cent to meet
the excess In tho Treasury.
CHOSEN CHIEF OF THE D. A. R.
BOSTON, May 15. 'Mrs. Clarenco
L. Bleakloy of Now York today was
elected president genoral of the
Daughters of tho Revolution.
Flno Job Printing, Star Office.
WOMAN GIPSY DIES, AGED 101.
LONDON, May 15. Selina Smith, a
gipBy, who has lived In a caravan all
her life, died today at tho ago of 101.
She earned her means of existence al
most entirely by fortune tolling. Sho
was an inveterate pipo smoker.
Sealed tenders will bo received up
to 12 m. of Saturday, June 22, 1912.
by the Maui Loan Fund Commission
for furnishing all material, labor, etc.,
and constructing a two story concrete
school hous at Lahaina, Maui.
Plans, specifications and blank
forms of tender aro on file with Mr.
Fred E. Harvey, Secretary of the Com
mission, Wailuku, Maul; and at the
office of Marston' Campbell, Chairman
of the Commission, Capitol Building
Tho Maui Loan Fund Commission
reserves tho right to reject any or
Chairman, Maul Loan Fund Commission.
ITALIANS REJECT SUFFRAGE.
ROME. May 15. An amendment to
the electoral bill which granted partial
fomalo suffrage was rejected by the
Chamber today by a vote of 218. to 47.
Atjas Geography, Weekly Call, $2.50
Notice to Shareholders Re Increase
of Capital Stock.
At tho Annual Meeting ot Share
holders of tho above Company, held
February 14th, 1912, it was voted t
Increase the Capital Stock of tho Cor
poratlon, as of June 1st, 1912, fron
$1,200,000.00 to $2,000,000.00, by the Is
suanco of a Stock Dividend of $800,
000.00, or GG 2-3, pro rata to Share
holders of record May iilst, 1912.
Notice Is hereby given that the
Stock Transfer Books of the Company
will bo closed to transfers from May
27th, 1912, to June 5th, 1912, both
"Shareholders are requested to en
dorse their Certificates of Stock to the
undersigned, for re-Issue, and to send
them to him at the office of C. Brewer
& Co., Ltd., before May 27th, 1912."
Tho Stock Dividend will be pro
rated upon whole shares only, and ad
justment ot tho fractional shares will
bo mado by salo at public auction o!
the total of fractional shares duo
Shareholders. Payment for tho latter
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII. HOLDING
TERMS IN THE CITY AND
COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, by Mars
ton Campbell, Superintendent of Pub
He Works, Plaintiff and Petitioner, vs,
GOO WAN HOY, ET AL Defendants
and Respondents; Eminent Domain.
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII:
TO THE HIGH SHERlJfF OF THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, or his
Deputy; the Sheriff of the City and
County ot Honolulu or his Deputy
YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon Goo Wan Hoy; Enoch Johnson
Kamaka SUllman; Rose Molnerny,
wife of E. A. Mclnerny; E. A. Mcln
erny; Carl Ontai; George D. Robin
son: George T. Robinson ; J. A. Ma-
goon; Lilikaianl; Thomas Lalakea
Roso K. Alau; Lum Chan; Ching
Kwau Khl; Wong Leong; Harry Doo
Joe; Japanese Benevolent Society, a
corporation; W. O. Smith, S. M. Da
mon, E. Faxon Bishop, Albert F. Judd
and Alfred W. Carter, Trustees un
der the will and of the Estate of Ber-
nlco Pauabl Bishop, deceased: John
Doe, Mary Roe; Jane Blue, and John
Black, unknown owners and claim
ants, defendants and respondents, In
case they shall file written answer
within twenty days after service here
of to be and appear before tho said
Circuit Court at tho term thereof
pending immediately after the expira
tion oi twenty days after service here
of; provided, howorer, If no term lm
pending at suoh tlmo, thon to be ami
appear before the wild Oiroult Court
nt th0 next succscdlng term Uioreof,
to wit, tho Jnutmry 1913 Term there
of, to bo holden nt tho City and Coun
ty of Honolulu on Monday, tho 18th
day of Jnnunry next nt 10 o'clock
a. m., to show causo why the claim
of tho Territory of Hawaii, plaintiff,
should not bo awarded to It pursu
at to tho tenor of Its annexed Peti
tion. And havo you thon there this
Writ with full return of your pro
WITNESS tho Honorable Presiding
Judge of .tho Circuit Court of tho
First Circuit, at Honolulu aforesaid,
this lGth day of February, 1912.
(Seal) (Sgd.) J. A. DOMINIS,
Territory of Hawaii, )
City and County of Honolulu. )
I, J. A. DOMINIS, Clerk ot the Cir
cuit Court of tho First Judicial Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii, do hereby
certify that the foregoing Is a full,
true and correct copy ot the original
summons in the case of Territory of
Hawaii, by Marston Campbell, Sup
erintendent or PubHe Works vs. Goo
Wan Hoy, ot al as the same ap
pears of record and on file in the or
flco of the Clerk of said Court
I further certify that the petition
prays tho condemnation for nso as a
public highway of tho foil' -wins de
scribed land, situate In tho City and
County of Honolulu, Territory of Ha
waii, to wit:
Beginning at a point In tho south
west property lino of Kuakini Street,
which point is Azimuth 318 46' 677.26
feet from tho line between the Gov
ernment Street Survey Monument on
Lillha Street at tho northeast corner
of School Street and the monument
above Kuakini Street, opposite Kuna-
wal Lane, which survoy line Is seven
teen feet (17) offset from the iew.
southeast property line of Lillha
Street, thence running by true azi
muth and distances as follows:
47 10' 544.2 feet in a Btratgh
line to a point, thence: In
curved line to the left having
radius of 920.0 feet;
42 39' 144.G3 feet direct bear
lng and distance, thence;
38 .09' 120.02 feet in a straight
lino to a point thence: In a curved,
lino to the right, having a radlus
of 875.0 feet;
44 29' 193.04 feet direct bearing
and distance, thence;
50 49' 131.47 feet to a point In
the north-east property llao ot
School Street which point Is -azimuth
322 29H' 7G8.5 feet from
the government street Burvey line
on Lillha Street, thence;
322 45' 50.0 feet along the nortb
east property line of 'School
Street and across Frog Lano td o
230 49' 133.0 feet in a straight
lino to a point, thence: In n
curved line to the loft, having &
radius of 925.0 feet;
224 29' 204.07 feet direct bear
ing and distance, thence;
218 .09' 120.02 feet in a straight
lino to a point, thence:- In a
curved line to the right haTtag &
radiuB of 870.0 feet;
222" 39' 136.77 feet direct bear
ing and distance, thence;
227' 10' 542.9 feet in a straighJ
lino to a point in the' south weal
property line of Kuakini Street,
138 46' 50.0 feet aloag the soutb
west property lino ot Kuakini
Street to the point of beginning a
Containing an area of 56,787.0
All persons having any interest In
the land sought to bo condemned are
hereby framed that unless they ap
pear at said Court on or before Au
gust 5th, 1912, thoy will be forever
barred from contesting Bald petition;
or any Judgment entered thereon. .
I,N WITNESS WHEREOF, I hav
hereunto set my hand nd affixed ths
seal ot said Circuit Court, this lltb
day of April, 1912.
(Seal) J. A. DOMINIS,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the FirsJ'
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR.,
Attorney General, and
E. W. SUTTON,
Deputy Attorney General Attor
ney for. Petitioner.
SEMI-ANNUAL REMNANT SALE
SILKS AND WOOLENS
BEGINS MONDAY, JUNE 3,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Many choice lengths ot all kinds of
Silks, Woolens,' Flannelettes, etc.,
marked at much less than their jroal
valuo; theso will be on display in.
our windows throughout tho week.
Get down early Monday for the
best goes first.
UNION EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
G. HORAOKA, Prop.
Ib now able to supply the families ot
Honolulu with first-class cooks, wait
era, door boys, yard boys, and chaur
feurs. Phone 1420.
208 Berotanin, near Emma.
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