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TIIK HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, JUNII 13, 1912.
You Can't Be Happy With a Headache
Probably mure plwamire 1b spoiled because of headaches than from an
Whi your heart anhef It not only makes you unhappy but It la very Ap
to Interfere with the pleasure of everyone elue aroutul you. One can't bo ex
pooled to be very cheerful and pleasant when chip's head is simply splitting
And there Is no need of suffering. Keep a box of
Stearns' Headache Wafers (Shac)
In the house when you nro at home carry It In your bag when you travel.
That Insures you against tho annoyance of headaches jour own and other
Stearns' Headache Wafers are as pure as they look, nnd the snow-whits
wafers certainly Indicate purity In the highest degree. One dose cures, and
leaves your head "clear as a bell."
It Is so much better than any other kind that your own Interest demand
that you InBlst on STEARNS' tho genuine.
AUSTRALIA SENDS US TIHE
TON AND SOME GOOD BEEF WE
ORDER FOR THESE DELICACIES.
HEILBUON AND LOUIS, Propr'i
BEDS at Discounts of Fifty Per. Cent,
o Every Bed a Real Bargain. Mustbe Sold
o COYNE FURNITURE CO., Ltd.
0 BISHOP ST.
For several years we have handled the Pelouse, and it
is a dandy. There is such a demand for them that we
have had trouble in getting our orders filled promptly.
We have several sizes and can give you any thing from
the ordinary family size up to the big Tailor's Coose.
Have you seen the little electric stoves, toasters and
roalerhealers made by the same people? They are the
best in the line and will interest you.
I E. O. Hallf & Son, Ltd.
English and American Weares.
W. W. AHANA
In tho Oliver the printing point Is always and positively visible,
and the printing point Is placed In a natural reading position.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.
Alex. Young Bldg.
By Abadle's French Method.
777 King St. Telephone 1491
225 Hotel Street, opposite Royal Ha
wallan Hotel, will sponge, press and
do minor repairing men's suits for
By the now electrical process. Try It
T"t , OD1 J
BEST BUTTER THE BEST MUT
CAN PROMPTLY FILL ANY J
tof Slightly Damaged
IN HANDSOME GREYS
Made to your order with fit and
62 South King Street
No. 49, cor. of Smith and Hotel Sts.
All kinds Wrapping Papers nnd
Twines, Printing and Writing Papers.
AMERICAN HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., LTD,
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Phone ,1410. .Geo, G. Guild, Gen. Mgr,
PLATFORMS IRE IWIPDRTANT
THAN CANDIDATES. SAYS CLEWS
NEW YOIIK, June 1. I!'I2. 1 toll
days Ht homo and abroad tended to
materially restrict stock mnrkc ni
trations. Another Influence which
discourages activity Is the approach
of the conventions next month at
Chicngo ana Baltimore. Some Idea
can be formed as to the forthcoming
candidates for tho Presidency, but
thus far little has been said or niado
known as to tho platform of either
parly. At tho moment this Is of ev.-n
nore importance than the personnel
of the candidates. Radicalism Is
rampant In nenly all parts of the
country, especially In tho West:
hence the formal declarations of each
side will be awaited with Intense In-t'-rest.
The technical position of tho
nifrket Is also somewhat uncertiin,
the recent rise having been englneiv
od by parties who have not entirely
pureeeded in disposing of their sur-
puis siocks. hether they will tilM- j continued expansion of home Indus
mately succeed or not remains to ho try as wejl as iin outlet for our sur-Becn-
j Pius products and energies, which, If
Outside of Wall Street conditions bottled up too tightly, would run inH
are generally favorable. Crop reports ! congestion and depression.
f-e dally becoming much nioro satis- Tho money market is In Found
uamag Having been
,'y '"Pensaieu for by good condi- being, but a hardening must bo antic
t Ions elsewhere and by prompt re- ipated on or before the commcncc
planting. Of wheat, corn, oats and hay ment of crop moving demands.
orMiaornen,at aT0, As to the ftltlro c"'s the mar-
uuce tn.n vP iT 80mo view of present political un-
c t To 5 LIT h5 rtln bCCaUSe!taint.es, there is Httlo basis upon
cue ,aitnesa ot mat crop and the wliich to carry a much further up
piospect for a slightly dlmlniaJmri 1 , ...
UlllliniSIlO'l , Uiril mninninli nf lilo I m Ol, ,.!,!
acrenv Th i ..... . I
w.ny uui oi import
ance that seems likely to bo short is
that of cattle. The last drouth and
it. . . . .
u.e suDsequent nigh price of feed
forced thn onrlv mmlrAf?n i 1
nnnntlMn- f ,." " ' b
v-u.ii.li;, ui-iiL-o me pres
ent deficiency in supplies and tho
bigh prices of beef, which nro natur
ally raising such a popular outcry.
The only remedy for this condition
Is eating less meat, which can read
ily be done to advantage, since tho
American consumer is among tho
heaviest ment eaters in tho world. A
curtailment of his diet in this respect
would undoubtedly benefit his health
end hls pockotbook at tho same
Th0 enormous volume of our fcr-
eign trade is an old but significant
, ' "u'u's i government es-
timates total exports of the year will
(Continued from page one..)
CHICAGO, Illinois, June H.-Rop-
resentatlvo McKinley, manager for
rresment inu, in a rormai statement,
issueu last nignt, declared that he
has nrnof that ATr FMnnnvnH'H wnrb-l
ers navo actually attempted to bribe
ui iiiu ueiuBuies uuu unit ouierj
equally "desperate measures have
ueen resorted to in a frantic endeavor,
to avert the inevitable doom that
awaits tneir aspirations m tiio con-j
vi.iit.uu. no uiou.Baiu uiui ii is uownu nave desisted; I havo yearned
certain that Mr. Taft would bonomi-.to show the Braggart's mother her
nated at the first ballot. He had
nothing to say about the platform. J
mr. uixuii uibo issueu n iormai
statement last night In which he paid
his compliments to the men who havo I can see the Boy Scouts' organlza
"been circulating tho report that Mr. tlon effecting tho very changes I
noosevelt intends to both the Repub- have longed to effect. I can see tho
lican party. That is Just a plain, un- 'Bully no longer deserving of the
varnished campaign lie. Thero is no name; tho Braggart become a silent
tallcpf a bolt and no talk of a com- and useful member of society; and
promise candidate, and the report tho Rowdy? ho Is not two feet from
that one has been liscussed is not me as I write; his head bent duti
truo in tho least. I expect some sensa- fully, 'along with the carroty head of
tional developments within a few tho Boy of my theories, over tho
days, probably before the opening of Boy Scouts' Manual, studying absorb
the convention." cdly certain signs nnd obediences
In a statement issued at Oyster Bay which ho owes to his superior offlcer;
last night, Mr. Roosevelt took tho op- as- flno a boy as you would care to
portunlty to attack tho national com- see. Ho even gets up now In manly
mitteo on its decisions in tho Ken- fashion to offer mo a chair when I
tucky, Arizona and California cases. Como in the room. And neither his
"It Is almost unbeliovablo that tho mother or I, nor anything in our
committeo should havo seated tho woman's sphere, is accountable , for
California Taft delegates after tho that but only and solely tho Scout
landslide in that State ror progress aw and tho grimy and much fringed
slvo candidates." noy Scouts' Manual that has been
WASHINGTON, Juno 13. In a ml- compiled and written by men who
nority report filed by tho committee woro oneo boys themselves, and who
upon immigration tho literacy clause understand, as no woman ever does
in tho Dillingham bill, now boforo or can a boy.s wor.d lt custom
the . houso. is disapproved. permitted, I would tako my hat oft
CORDOVA, Alaska, Juno 13 So to them; as it does not, I say, "Lord
far as had been reported at a late bless you, gentlemen!"
hour last night no lives wcro lost in 4 .
the eruption of tho volcanoes In tho A man ,nserted a ..c;a88fled Ad ,
Aleutian range. Many natives, how rhe star ,atelyi receIved an an8Wer
over, aro destitute and their condi- and closed the desred dea , ,e8,
tion is bolloved to bo desperate as than one hour after the paper left thn
tho vegetation has been killed and office. Star "Classified" ads. bring
their live stock destroyed. Rovenuo quick results.
cutters aro now rushing food and
supplies to tho refugees as speedily
as possible. ""r"rWl!11.
, Fine Job Printing, Star ''Office.
approxlmatc $2,200,000,000, or $150,
000,000 In excess of the previous high
record I" 1911. Our Imports aro ex
pected to rench about $1,600,000,000,
purpnsslng the high record of 1910 by
over $10,000,000. It Is worth while
toting that this growth of exrort
continues In spite of the tendency of
iRrlculturnl shipments to diminish.
Wo urc sending less tatul less food
stuffs to Europe because thoy nro
icoulred at home, and aro sending In
Blend more and more of manufactur
ed products, which now amount to
nearly one-half of our total exports.
Our Increased ability to enter the
markets of the world with our nrui
ufnetured products In direct comrie
tlllon with Great rtritaln and Oer
mc.ny is a fact of the highest Im
portance. It means not only i
strengthening of our credit abroad,
but If nothing interferes It means
position. Rates are easy for the tltn-
wl" "l ""
the political atmosphere clear and
appear more hopeful, then stocks may
ho bought with greater confidence
n an1 tIlp Hsin8 tld of
callsm prove more unsettling, then
t securities are likely to bo offered
. mnro freely with a depressing effeof.
, The crop outlook is of etjual if not
of greater importance than politics.
Without good crops an active for
ward movement will bo impossible.
Strong banking support is still in
evidence, owing to the extraordinary
abundance of new Issues, which have
noi yet passed into strong boxes and
arc still partly in the hands of dis-
I.M...1 . ....
miliums. intrinsic conditions may
bo sound, but caution and natience
a-e desirable until political and crop
uncertainties begin to disappear
A MOTHER'S STORY,
a uoy bcoul and my Boy," a true
story for mothers by a mother, ap
pears In the Woman's Home Compan-
Ion for Jlay. The name of the author
is not given. It is an unusual story
telling tho experience of a mother
and her prohlems in training her son,
one tens how through scout activi
ties ho and his companion were led
away from rough things to finer sen-
timents. In closing hor story sho
tt a t ii.,...
na , nun tiie matter over I am
led to believe that It is barely po
slble there may bo a grain of egotism
in my eager endorsement of tho Boy
Scout movement. I have often longed
to tell the Itowdy'.s r.nd the 'Bully's'
mother how sho could train her boyB,
flagrant mistakes in tho Braggart's
education, and I have felt that I had
no right. But now they havo been
Boy Scouts six months, these threo
Bring 10 green stamps and ono dol-
.ar for a complete Boy Scout Suit.
Gveen Stamp Store. Beretania and
Many Unsuccessful And
Worse Suffering Often Fol
lows. Mrs. Rock's Case
Tho following letter from Mrs. Orvillo
Rock will show how unwiso it is forwo
mcn to submit to the dangersof a surgical
operation wtien often it may be avoided
by taking Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable
Compound. Sho was four weeks In
tho hospital nnd ennio honvo Buf
fering worse than before.
Here is her own statement.
Paw Paw, Mich. -"Two yenrs ago I
Buffered very severely with a displace
ment. I could not
bo on my feet for a
long time. My phy
sician treated me for
several months with
out much relief nnd
at last sent me to
Ann Arbor for an op
eration. I was thero
four weeks and came
than before. My
mother advised me to
try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and I did. Today I am well and
strong and do all my own housework. I
owe my health to Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound and advise my
friends who are afflicted with any female
complaint to try it." Mrs. Orville
Rock, R. R. No. 5, Paw Paw, Michigan.
If you are ill do not drag along until
nn operation is necessary, but at once
take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
For thirty years it has been the stan
dard remedy for women's ills, and has
restored the health of thousands of suf
fering women. Why don't you try it?
GEO. S. IKEDA
1264 Fort St. ,
The watches other watchmakers can
not make keep correct timo. No work
too difficult. Wm. Prucha, Fort SU
8ALE OF GENERAL LEASE OF
UPPER POUNALA, EWA, OAHU.
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, July
8, 1912, at the front door to tho Cap!
tol Building, Honolulu, thero will to
sold at pubic auction, under Part V
of tho Land Act of 1895, Sections 278
285 inclusive, Revised Laws of Ha-
wall, a general lease of the land of
Upper Pouhala, Ewa, Oahu, contain
ing an area of 810 acres, more or
Upset rental $405.00 per annum;
payable semi-annually in advance.
Term of lease 15 years from July 1,
All boundaries to bo fenced.
Purchaser to pay cost of adver
tising. Reservation regarding land requir
ed for agricultural, homestead, re
clamation, settlement or public pur
poses, and the further conditions that
tho rents of all lands' withdrawn for
pineapple cultivation to be fixed by
arbitration, will bo embodied in this
All persons desiring to object be
cause these lands should be home
steaded or otherwise, aro requested
to present such objections to tho Board
of Public Lands, in writing or in per
son, on or boforo Friday, Juno 28,
For maps and further particulars,
apply at tho ofBeo of the Commis
sioner of Public Lands, Capitol build
JOSHUA D. TUCKER,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, June 5, 1912'.
5ts Juno 6, 13, 20, 27, July 6.
CIRCUIT, -TERRITORY OF HA
WAII. IN PROBATE AT CHAM
BERS, NO. 4184.
In the Matter of the Estate of Sereno
K. Bishop, deceased. ,
On Reading and Filing tho Potltlon
nnd accounts of Jonathan Shaw and
Arthur C. Alexander, Executors of
tho will of Sereno E. Bishop, where
in petitioner asks to be allowed $0.00
and charged with $0.00, and asks that
the same bo examined and approved,
and that a final order bo mado of
Distribution of tho remaining prop
erty to tho persons thereto entitled
and discharging petitioner, and sure
ties from all further responsibility
It Is Ordered, that Monday, the
ir,th day ot July A. D. 1912, at 9
o'clock a. m. boforo th0 Judge pre
siding at Chambers of said Court at
h!3 Court Room in the old Y. M. C.
A. Building, In Honolulu, County of
Honolulu, bo and the samo horohy Is
appolntod tho timo and place for hear
ing said Petition und Accounts, and
thai all persons interested may then
ind there appear and show cause, if
'', 2- r-'
'' ? hi '(
any thoy have, why tho snmo should
not bo granted,
By tho Court,
(goal) A. K. AONA,
Dated tho Cth day of June, 1912.
LYLE A. DICKEY,
Attornoy for Petitioner.
4ts Juno C, 13, 20, 27.
'Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
A special meeting of tho stockhold
ers of tho Honolulu Gao Co., Ltd., will
bo held at tho offlco ot Castlo & With
Ington, 37 Merchant street, Honolulu,
Territory ot Hawaii, on tho 22nd day
of June, 1912, at 9 o'clock n. m., to
consider nnd net upon the authoriza
tion of an issue of bonds in tho im
mediate sum of 1300,00,0 and eventu
ally in tho nggregato amount of $1,
000,000, to refund tho existing bond
ded indebtedness of tho company, and
for other purposes, and tho execution
of a trust deed or mortgage to secure
the same, and the transaction ot such
other business as may properly bo
brought boforo the meeting.
A. N. CAMPBELL,
Secretary, Honolulu Qna Co., Ltd.
Dated, May 28, 1912.
6ts May 30, June 3, 8, 13, 17, 21.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Dr. Charles T. Rodgers.
Notice Is hereby given to all cred
itors of Charles T. Rodgors, deceased,
to present their claims, duly authen
ticated and with proper vouchers, if
any exist, even it tho claim is secur
ed by mortgage upon real estate, to
tho undersigned within six months
from date, either at residence of Wil
liam D. Alexander at 1508 Punahou
street, Honolulu, or at residence of
Henry C. Meyers at 2434 Notley St..
Honolulu, within six months from
Any claims not so presented will bo
Honolulu, Hawaii, Juno C, 1912.
WILLIAM D. ALEXANDER,
HENRY C. MEYERS,
Executors of will of Dr. Charles T.
Sts Juno (5, 13, 20, 27, July 5.
Wo wish to announce that wo havo
secured the services of Mr. Henry T.
Akul, formerly of M. Mclnerny, Ltd.,
as a salesman In their establishment.
H. Afong Company, Importers and
dealers in men's furnishings, Empire
building, Hotel and Bethel streets.
OFFICE OF CONSTRUCTING QUAR
termaster, Honolulu, H. T., Juno 3,
1912. Scaled proposals, in triplicate,
will be received here until June 14,
1912, 12 m., for furnishing building
materials. Full particulars may be
had upon application to this office.
F. B. Edwards, Q. M.
Gts June 3, 4, 5, 6, 12. 13.
Office of the Board of Health.
Honolulu, Hawaii, June 3, 1912.
Tenders for Paial, Leper Settlement
Scaled tenders in duplicate, endors,
ed "Tenders for Paiai, Leper Settle'
ment," will be received at the office of
the Board of Health, until 12 o'clock,
noon, Monday, Juno 17th, 1912, for
supplying tho Leper Settlement, Mo
lokai, with paial during the period of
six months from July 1st, 1912 to De
cember 31st, 1912, under tho follow
ing conditions, namely;
Tenders to be for tho price per bun
dle of paial weighing twenty-five (25)
pounds not. Tho paial to be fresh
ly made and securely packed in ti
leaves and delivered in good condi,
tion at the Leper Settlement, Molo
Tenders to be based on the supply
of 900 to 1900 palai per month to be
delivered as ordered by the Superin
tendent and the supply to begin with
tho first week of July, 1912.
For further information apply at
tho offlco of tho Board of Health,
The Board reserves the right to
purchase taro from Walkolu Valley.
Tenders must bo accompanied by
a certified chock equal in amount to
5 per cent of the tender on the basis
of 1200 paiai per "month.
All bids must bo submitted in ac
cordanco with, and bo subject to the
provisions and requirements of Act
62, Session Laws of 1909.
The Board of Health,
By Its President,
J. S. B. PRATT.
10ts June 3, 4, 5, C, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12
and 13, 1912.
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 nnd Petitioner, vs
GOO WAN HOY, ET AL., Defendants
and Respondents; Eminent Domain,
THE TERRITOR" OF HAWAII:
TO THE HIGH 8HERiF OF THH
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, or hit
Deputy; tho Sheriff ot tho City und
County of Honolulu or his Deputy a
YOU ARB COMMANDED to Btim
mon Goo Wan Hoy; Knoch Johnson
Kamaka Stlllman; Roso Mclnerny,
wlfo of E. A. Mclnerny; E. A. Mclu
erny; Carl Ontal; George D. Robin
son; George T. Robinson; J. A. Ma
goon; Llllkalanl; Thomas Lalnkea;
Rose K. Alan; Lum Chan; China
Kwau Khl; Wong Loong; Harry Doo
Joe; Japaneso Benevolent Society,
corporation; W. O. Smith, S. M, Da
mon, E. Faxon Bishop, Albert F. Judd
and Alfred W. Carter, Trustees u
der tho will and of tho Estate of Ber
nice Pauahl Bishop, deceased; John
Doe, Mary Roe; Jano Blue, and John
Black, unknown owners and claim
ants, defendants and respondents, In
enso they shall fllo 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 of twenty days after service here
of; provided, however, if no term be
pending at such time, the to be and
appear before tho said Circuit Court
at the next succeeding term thereof,
to wit, tho January 1913 Term there
of, to bo holden at tho City and Coun
ty of Honolulu on Monday, the 13th
day of January next at 10 o'clock
a. m., to show cause why the claim
of the Territory of Hawaii, plaintiff,
should not be awarded to it pursu
ant to the tenor of Its annexed Peti
tion. And havo you then there this
Writ with full return of your pro
WITNESS tho Honorable Presiding
Judge of tho Circuit Court of the
First Circuit, at Honolulu aforesaid,
this 16th day of February, 1912.
(Seal) (Sgd.) J. A. DOMINIS.
Territory of Hawaii, )
City and County of Honolulu. )
I, J. A. DOMINIS, Clerk of the Cir
cuit Court of tho First Judicial Clr
cult, Territory of Hawaii, do hereby
certify that the foregoing is a full,
true and correct copy of the original
summons in the case of Territory of
Hawaii, by Marston Campbell, Sup
erintendent of Public Works vs. Goo
Wan Hoy, et a., as the name ap
pears or record nnd on file in the of
fice of the Clerk of said Court
I further certify that the natltln.
prays the condemnation for uio as
public highway of tho foll'wlnr a.
scribed land, situate In the City and
county of Honolulu, Territory of Ha
waii, to wit:
Beginning at a point In the outh.
west property lino ot Kuakinl Street,
which point is Azimuth 318 46' 677.21
feet from the line betweea tho Go.
ernment Street Survey Monument on
unna street at tho northeast corner
of School Street and the monument
above Kuakinl Street, opposite Kun-
wai L,ano, which survey line Is seven
teen feet (17) offset from the new
south-east property line of T,nih
Street, thence running by true azi
muth and distances as follows:
.1. 47 10' 544.2 feet in a ltralgni
line to a point, thence: In a
curved line to the left harlm a
radius of 920.0 feet;
2. 42 39' 144.63 feet direct ber
ing nnd distance, thence;
3. 38 .09' 120.02 feet In a straight
line to a point thence: In a curved
line to the right, having a radius
of 875.0 feet;
4. 44 29' 193.04 feet direct beartno
and distance, thence;
5. 50 49' 131.47 feet to a point 1b
tho north-east property Use of
School Street which point la azi
muth 322 29' 7CS.5 feet from
the government street survey Una
on Lillha Street, thence;
6. 322 45' 50.0 feet along the north
east property lino of Sehool
Street and across Frog Lime to o
7. 230 49' 133.0 feet ia a itralght
line to a point, thence: In a
curved lino to the left, hating a
vradius of 925.0 feet;
8. v 224 29' 204.07 feet direct bear-
lng and distance, thence;
9. 218 .09' 120.02 feet in a straight
lino to a point, themce: In a
curved line to the right hartai a
radius of 870.0 feet;
10. 222 39' 136.77 feet dlrnet heir.
ing and distance, thence;
11. 227 10' 542.9 feet in a straight
lino to a point in the south wen
property line of Kuakinl 8treet,
12. 138 46' GO.O feet aloag the loutn
west property line of Kuakinl
Street to the point of beginning:
Containing an area of 56,787 c
All persons having any interest In
tho land sought to bo condemned ara
hereby warned that unless they ap
pear at said Court on or before Au
gust 6th, 1912, they will be foreter
barred from contesting said pelltloa
or any judgment entered thereon,
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hs'
hereunto set my band nd affixed the
seal ot said Circuit Court, this lit
day of April, 1912.
(Seal) J. A. DOMINIS
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of thf Flr
Circuit. ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR
Attorney General, and
B. W. SUTTON,
Deputy Attorney General Attor
noy for Petitioner.