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TIIK HAWAIIAN STAR. SATURDAY. JUNE . 10IJ.
I W. WBinfiBID
it Ho il trtrt, itppotiHe Kyal Ha
n..i itoidi. wtll see, preta and
lis wm rHitNirtiig men's suite for
ll ihf ft- -iwiriiHl process. Try It
Automatic Dress Forms
Are the only entirely satisfactory ad
justable bust form on the market.
We have Just received a new thlp
ment of the beat model, the full length,
eight-piece model, which we sell at the
New York price, $15.
taking a policy of life Insur
ance In any other company
ask to see the
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
PANY OF BOSTON, MASS.
and compare the many ad
vantages it offers with those
of other companies.
UNION EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
G. HORAOKA, Prop,
li now able to supply the families ot
Honolulu with first-class cooks, wait
era, door boys, yard boys, and cbauf
feura. Phone 1420.
208 Beretanla, near Emma.
Bridge and Beich Btofei tor 6e)
Quick Meal Blue Flam Oli dtore
Perfection Oil Stores.
Olant Burner Gasoline Steve
EMMELUTH CO., LTD.
8SoeMluM V b&
Shipping and .Cs&
SUGAR FACTORS and GENERAL
Ew Plantation Co.
Walalua Agricultural Co., Lte
Xohala Sugar Co.
Apokaa Sugar Mill Co.
Fulton Iron Works, of St. Louli
, Western's Centrifugals.
Babcock'iS. Wilcox Boiler.
Green's Fuel Economizer.
Matson Navigation Co.
' New England Mutual Life Insurance
'Company, of Boston.
r. Aetna Insurance Co.
National Fire Insurance Co.
Citizen's Insurance Co. Hartforo
"Fire Insurance Co,
Ths Londor Assurance Corporation.
UAY'8 OLD KONA eOFTEE,
Best in the Market
HENRY MAY ft CO
'The Great Washing Soda, used for
i Hospitals and the Home.
I Cheaper than Pearllne.
' OANITARY 6TEAM LAUNDRY
hon S1B4. F. J. McLoughlr
HONOLULU FORGE CO.
General Ship ana Machine Uik.:
amlthllnt. Tools and Springs ciada
nd repaired. Estimate riven at
111 Queen St., near Alaxea
Honolulu - H
Castle & Cook
nd i'l( Cnul' III !.
lUtil iSHciw Stnt-
y iil K '
Mill' Hll'l Hl"'l.'.
) ore ofrow th
WILU DO IT
that all who are interested 'n
the milk question to call at our
depot on Sheridan street and
see how wo handle the milk de
livered to our customers. To
many the absolute cleanliness
of the depot and the modern
sanitary machinery tor the han
dling and sealing of bottles will
bo a revelation.
Every dairy under our con
trol Is as sanitary as this depot
and tho samo idea of perfect
cleanliness Is carried out in ev
Telephone 164J. "3; ' "
THE FOURTH WILL SOON BE
HERE. GET YOUR FIREWORKS,
FIRECRACKERS AND TORPEDOES
AT - ,"
A. B. Arleigh & Co., Ltd.
HOTEL NEAR, FORT
WONG WONG CO.
BnUders and Comraclois
Office, Maunakea 8L
TEINWAY A SON8 AND g
OTHER PIANOS. H
THAYER PIANO CO.
Iff Hotel Street Phone Hit
g TUNING GUARANTEED. g
Iasuo K. N. & K. Letters of
Credit and Traveler's Checks
available throughout the world.
REMARKABLE REDUCTIONS ll
iLL LINES OF HATS FOR MEN
NGUANU ST. NEAR HOTHL
C. Brewer & Co.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
S. F. Bishop President
(3oo H. Robertson
W. W. North Treasurer
Richard Iverg Secretary
I. R- Gait Auditor
Geo. 11. Cartr Director
C. H. Cooke Director
R. A. Cooke Director
u ontiiitiett finni (iHKe eleven.)
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oil of oecifiion hae been made tmsslble
h n recont lw.
The California po'lee are searching
for Ali.e Soble, tao wile of a hollliop
at a San Diego hole . The couple
bine JpwqIs HinountltiR to $30,000
which they havo stolen from guests
of liiu hotel.
After filing a suit for divorce In
Reno, .Mrs. Kunur Manhart of Saltj
Lake City took bichloride of mercury
fabX'ts which resu.ted In her death.
An explosion In tho Hastings .Mine
of tho Victor American Fuol company
near Trinidad, Colo., killed two vc
mlnom and seriously Injured others.
Edwin 1. Chalcraft. u'perintendont
of the government Indian school at
C'hetnawE, Oregon, has been removed
to the Jones Academy in Oklahoma.
Ho will Lo replaced by 11. fi. Mods
worth of Wyoming.
A ful grown man-eating shark was
caught bv Iiatian fishermen off Angel
The Palace Hoiel In San Francisco
will probably be enlarged by the ad
dition of 200 roonifi.
A relief tug sent nlong the Alaskan
coast at tho foot of Katmal volcano,
roports that no landing coulu be made
because of tho heavy deposits of sand
and ashes. There was no sign of
Construction has begun on three er.t-
lng clubs at Stanford University. The
project is being promoted by an eating
c ub corporation comp.osed of Stanford
Carl Petermaa of St. Louis gained
nine and a half pounds In forty-eight
houin In order to meet the weight re
nulromenns i'oi' entering the U. S.
The remains of a man believed to
have been muraered were found r.t
tho bottom of a 100 foot shaft that
has been sealed for 30 years.
It Is reported that a crop famine in
Nlcaraugua has caused thousancY) of
deaths and that a revolution in the re'
public is imminent.
Premier Tang Shao Yl of China has
announced that he will resign from
his office for the reason that he has
lent the confidence of the foreigners.
Two thousand federal Mexican cav
alry attacked General Orozco s so dlers
three times at La Cruz ana' were re
pulsed on every attack.
General Stewart L. Woodford, one
greatest Nerve .
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Urn I'nlted Sum mtaliter to Spain.
It eerlo: ,i y 1 1 t an Inn nwr Oxford,
MIm Mary (Jaiden g thlnkitts ot
upcoming mm ImprttMfti'.n In New York.
Sli - leMeven thai mix u a theater M
the Opera C.,.nl.,ue of Path would be!
" " Nw wrk-
Ml"" Alnthwi Omntln, Mill a school
girl, I.rh achieved feme by hor oil
lmlnlliiR "Tho Chair-makers," which to
to be exhibited In the lloyrl Academy
(.'onsul-Gonernl Alexander A. Thackn
ra of Ik'i .n a.ul Ins wife are touring
France on hle.vc es accompanied by
Assistant-Secretary ot State Adeo. Thlt
Is the sixteenth year that they havo
taken n bicye'e tour of rtlx weeks.
Suffragette in London attacked
David Lloyd-George, chancellor of the
exchequer, but by jumping Into a taxl
cr.b escaped any damage except for
a heavy blow suctalned by his silk hat.
Tho bodies of three stewards, vic
tims of tho T'.tanlc dVsaster. were
found H70 miles ffom the scqno of the
castattrophe, by the steamer llford.
Michael Whnlcn, the one American
leper on tho Islano' of Cullon In the
Philippines, has been elected president
of tho ropub'ic J rat organized In the
The castles of the Archduke .lohann
Orth, near Vienna, have been sold to
an American millionaire whose name
has been kept secret. He will convert
tho castles into a magnificent summer
Luther Maynard Jones, partner at
one time of William C. Whitney, wra
found, after a disappearance of three
years, in an English Infirmary. Ab
scess on the brain caused total loss
Two ouVers of the French army
were killed at Dotiai, France, when
their biplanes collided In midair.
The French tcout dlriglb'e Conte
broke the world's altltuo'e record for
dirigible balloons, attaining a height
of 0923 feet.
The United States battleship Mhsis
slppl hrn gone to the aid of the garri
son at El Cuero mlnrvj, which Is sur
roundecV by Cuban insurgents.
DOG FARMS IN MONGOLIA.
Sixty-five thousand black "New
chwang mats," was an Item in an
auctioneer's catalogue at a sale the
other day. They wore all sold and
their sale spelt tho end of nil things
for a correspondingly large number of
dogs. Newchwang mats, in fact, are
nothing more than mats made from
the skins of dogs specially reared in
China for you to wipe your feet on.
Real skins and real furs are be
coming so scarce that a huge trade
U growing up In supplying imitation
ones for tho market. Not faked, mind
you. When yoii aro buying a New
chwang mat you are told that it Is a
now variety of bear skin. The slm
pld fact Is that genuine skins are be
coming more difficult to get and sub
stitutes must bo found.
There are hundreds of farms spa
cially devoted to dog-raising In Mon
golia. Most of (he dogs are killed
when oly a year old, and their SkiiiB
sent by thousands all over the world.
Cats havo not yet been cultivated
lor the market, though a "wlld-cit"
pussy farm was put forward a short
while ago, in which the promoter sug
gested feeding tho cats on rats, and
the rats on the bodies of tho cats
ufter they had been skinned, thus
making the scheme self-supporting.
Needless to say, it is not working.
In Germany, however, the house
hold cat is looked upon as a distinct
asset In case the family fortunes are
iot nourishing. There aro dealers
there always willing to pay for cat
skins, tho very commonest tabby skin
fetching a shilling. These cat-skins
make excellent rugs, pure Maltese or
tortoise-shell fetching high prices.
Many of them are dyed and used aB
the lining for winter cloaks.
In the south of Russia thousands
oi horses aro bred for their skins.
Don't be surprised to learn that some
ot the long black "fur" coats that are
si much the fashion nowadays are
mado fronf Russian colts. The colts
are killed when a few days old and
their skins are covered with beauti
ful black silky hair, which makes a
fine substitute for genuine furs.
LAWN TENNIS POPULAR IN JAPAN
Liwn tennis has become very popu
lar among Japanese high school and
college students. Intercollegiate
games havo also become popular
nmong the studontsuid their friends.
Among tho well known institutions
that havo a largo numbor of enthu
siastic tennis players are the Inlaw
ing: Tokfo Higher Normal School;
Tokio Commercial School (higher);
Waseda University, Tokio, Kyoto
I'nlversity, Kyoto; Third High
The forolgn communities In tho va
Hons ports, Yokohama, Kobe and
Nng'isaki, havo tennis clubs, which
or convonlonco may bo iiddrosnod
"Foreign Tennis Club," at tho varloiut
ports named. Tho loading foreign ten
nis clubs hoi'o is known as tho La
dles' Lawn Tenuis Club. Tennis iac
hots aro alroady bolug nmiiufacturod
In Japan, thero being six fucUrl0s in
Tokio ulono. Conmilar Report.
NBW YORK FILTHY IN '
THI OOOD OLD DAYS
In n recent bulletin the New York
lhwnl of Health riencrtlie (he condi
tion of the clt.v Juwt after the civil
- ot1nR fro... the report of the
in ix: mih ahsooihuou tor imh ami die
flint report of the Metropolitan Hoard
of Health for 18G6.
"Streota," Tsnys the bulletin, "wore
paved with cobblestones or even un-
paved, and wore In a lllthy condition,
blng irregularly cleaned by contract
ors who shirked their work. Thero
was no regular system of icmovlng
ashes and gnrlmgc. which wore
thrown loosely upon the street. In
Brooklyn thero was no contract for
the removal of garbage and the Hoard
of Health was obliged lo undcrtako
Its ramoval where henlth was en
dangered. Cellars In many parts ot the city
wore In a filthy condition, often full of ,
water nnd undratned. There were
few sowers connected with houses.
Offensive trades, such as bones, offal
and fat-boiling, were carried on with
out hindrance; there were numerous
cisterns and cesspoools overflowing
with filth; many cows wero kept in
dark, crowded, ill-ventllated stables
and fed upon swill from adjacent dis
tilleries. In Brooklyn the owners of
distilleries wero oven privileged by
tho city council until 1800 to keep
such stablss. These wero filthy, the
animals diseased, tho milk pernicious
ly unhealthy and often watered.
"Immense quantities of manure had
been allowed to accumulate, while tho
privies were neglected nnd never
properly careu tor by scavengers ,
working for grafting contractors. The
practice of keeping swine in the built
up portion of tho city was common."
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS,
Oahu Railway & Land Company,
Tho Stock Books of the Compan,
will be closed to transfers fioiu Jun
2Cth to July 1st, 1912, inclusive.
Stockholders are requested to et.
dorse their certificates of stock foi
re-issue, and to send them to the.
undersigned before juiy flrst n x
tier that li'eW Certificates "may be 7s
sued it their place showing thV
amount of the Capital Stock of the
Company as of July 1st, 1912.
The certificates representing the
stock dividend will be issued ready
for delivery on Jllly flrst.
Payment for fractional shares wil.
be made by check as soon thoreaftci
W. F. DILLI.VGHAM, '
Treasurer Oahu Railway & Land Co
uated Honolulu, Hawaii, Juno 21,
fAYMlSNT OF WATER RATES
As provided for In Chapter 45 of
the' Revised Laws of Hawaii, 190
all persons holding water privileges
or thoso paying water rates arc here
by notified that the water rates for
tho six (GT months ending Decembei
31, 1912, will be due and payable on
the first day of July, 1912.
A failure to pay such- watof rates
within fifteen (15) days thereafter
an additional charge of 10 per cent
will be made.
All privileges upon which rates' re
main unpaid on July 1C, 1912 are sub
ject to Immediate shut off without fur
Rates are payable at th0 olflc0 of
the Honolulu Water Works, Capitol
J. M. LITTLE,
Superintendent of Honolulu Water
Department of Public Works.
Bureau of Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, T. H. June 19, 1912.
NOTICE MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO.,
Th stock books of this company
will bo closed to tran&fors from Tues-
day, Jun 25, 1912, to Monday. July
both days inclusive.
n' J. A. BALCII,
Honolulu, Juno 24, 1912.
Gts Juno 24, 25, 2G, 27, 28, 29.
NOTICE OF LOST CERTIFICATE OF
Certificate No. 28 for ono sharo of
tho capital stock of Kahulul Railroad
Co., Ltd., has been lost or destroyed.
All persons aro hereby warned
ngalnBt negotiating or othorwiso deal
lug in or with .such shares. Appllqa
tlon has boon mado to the troasuror of
said company for tlio issuance of a
Dated June l.Mli, 1912.
J. P. COOKE.
8ts Juno 16. 19, 22, 20, 89, July a.
BILL NO. 47.
an ordinance relative to the
establishing of grades and
.sidewalk lines in the dis
trict of honolulu, city and
county of Honolulu, terri
tory OF HAWAII. '
Be It Ordained by the People of the
City and County of Honolulu:
Section 1. Grades. Datum Plane
That tho grades ot that portion o
llcthol Street, In the Dlstiict of Ho
nolulu, City and County of Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii, lying betweon
King Street and Hotel Street, as set
out in Section 2 hereof, are hereby
established In reference to a datum
plane, being mcanttde at tho said
District of Honolulu, and being locat
ed as follows, to wit: A bench mark
0,1 top of ,nnuka C0')lnB' nt Wcsl 1,11
gle of Mott-Smlth building at the
East corner of Hotel Street and Fort
Street in said District of Honolulu,
ib 1S.GS feet, and a bench mark on
coping at foot of pillar at the left
entrance of the Judiciary Building In
said District of Honolulu, Is 1G.50
feet above said datum plane. Said
grades are on' a uniform straight lino
between the adjacent points specified
In Section 2 hereof, and are all above
said datum plane the distance set cut
in said Section 2.
Section 2. That the grades on said
Bethel Street, between King and Ho
tel Streets, ar0 hereby adopted and
established with reference to said
datum plane, as follow:
Top of Top of
I North Curb South Curb
East curb of King
Street 1S.40 ft. 1S.10 ft.
West curb of Ho
tel Street 21.00 ft. 21.00 ft,
Section 3. Sidewnlk Lino. That the
sidewalk line on the South side of
Relhel Street, between King Street
and Hotel Street, in the said District
of Honolulu, the same being the
South curb line, Is hereby establish
cd as follows:
Commencing at a point on tho
south curb on said Bethel Street, on
a line with the east line of King
Street, which Is by true azimuth, !121
02' and distant 279,0 fpet from
cross out in tlio cement walk fit the
west corner of King and Nuuanu
Streets, said cross being known as
fie ilossman Survey Station, tho cq
! ordinates of which as referred to thS
! Go.-ornment Trianculatlon sdrvov
Station Puowaina a being; Soutli
599.10 feet and West 4723.50 feet, and
running as follows by true azimuths:
1. 242 15' 92.5 feet along South
Curb of Bethel Street to angle in
2. 238 40' 233.0 feet along curb to
South ifiiS Of lihtel Street.
Section 4. Sid'3vVniK Line. That thd
sidewalk lln0 on the ftrirth side of
Bethel Street, between Ki'ii Street
and Hotel Street, In said District fit
Honolulu, tho samo being the Nort"
curb line, Is hereby established as
iouows; --V X. T
Commencing at ft point on tho
north curb on said Bethel Street, on
a line with the East lln0 of King
Street, which is by true uzimuth, 319
08' nnd distant 243.G feet from a cross
cut in the cement walk to th0 West
corner Of King and Nuanu Streets
said cross being known as tho Moss-
man Survey Station, the co-ordinates
Of which as referred to tho Govern
ment Trlangulatlon Survey Station
Puowaina - being; South 599.40 feet
and West 4723.50 feet, and running as
follows by true azimuths:
1. 243 24' 97.7 feet along North
curb of Bethel' Street to angle in
2. 238 40' 222.3 feet along curb to
South line of Hotel Street.
Section G. Profile and Plan. That
Grade Map No, 1 on file in the office
of tho Engineer of the City and Coun
ty of Honolulu is hereby approved and
adopted as tho profile and plan of
Said grado ar,l sidewalk lines.
.Section G. This Ordinance shall
take effect fifteen days from and after
the date of its approval.
S. C. DWIGHT,
Date of Introduction: June 27, 1912.
At a regular adjourned meeting of
tho Board of Supervisors or tho Citv
and Comity of Honolulu held on
Thursday, June 27, 1912, tho foregoing
Bill was passed on first reading and
ordered to print on tlio following vote
of the said Board:
Ayes: Amana, Arnold, Dwight.
Kruger, Low, McClcllan, Murray.
Deputy City and Countv Clerk.
Proposals for Musical Instruments for
the ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND.
Sealed Proposals will bo received at
the Ofilco of the City and County Clerk,
Mclntyre Building, until 7:30 o'clock
p. in. of Tuesday, July 2, 1912, for fur
nishing tho Royal Hawaiian Band with
new musical instruments.
Specifications mty bo obtained, upon
application, at the Office of tho City
nnd County Clork.
Tho Board of Supervisors re.iorvos
tho right to rojoot any or all bids.
D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.
City and County C'erk.
5ts Juno 3C, 27, 28 20, July 1.
KAHN 8Y8TEM OF REINFORCED
Cu)i Bare, Rib Motnl, H Rib. Rib-
Lath, Waterproof CoatlUK.
HONOLULU IRON WORK8 CO.
Aienu tor the Hawaiian llandt
James Guild Company
Dull; Free Deliveries In all parte ol
the City. Collins Building, King St.,
near Fort St. Telephone 3591,
Your attention is called to tho fact
that wo have just received by tho last
boat from tho Coast a large shipment
of tho best PANAMA HATS.
Special Inspection Invited to seo
our display at our now store. No. 20
Heretcnla st., near Nuuanu avenue.
THE LEADING HAT CLEANER8.
. Sugar Factors
COMMISSION MERCHANTS .
INSURANCE AGENTS. i
AGENTS FOR " '
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company. '
Kahuku Plantation Company, i
MoBryde Sugar Company, .liaj
Kauai Railway Company.
Kauai Electric Company,
Haiku Prult & Packing Company.
Kauai Fruit & Land Company.
ALSO KNOWN AS? THE i
THE LEADING CHINESK fJS&Wa.
PAPER IN HAWAII", .d
- Trl-Weeklyj Ten Pages. '
The Paper for tho Chinese Trade.
PALM OAi. X ?.
Hotel, near Port.
TOeMGlnia specie Baiiit
HEAD OFFICE, YOkdrTXMA.
Capital Subscribed Yen 43,0(30,000'
Capital Paid Up Yen 30,000,000'
Reserved Fund ....Yen 17,500.000'
General banking businoas traisact
ed. Savings account for $1 and up
wards. Fire and burglar proof vaults, with
Safe Deposit Boxes for rent at $2 per
year and upwards.
Jrunks and cates to be kept
custody at moderate rates.
Partieuiiirs to be applied for.
YU AKAI, Manager.
iokoluio Office. Bethel and Merchant
Tel. 2421 and 1594. P. O. Box 168
W. C. ACHI
ATTORNEY AT LAW
and Real Estate.
If Yoa Wish To Adver
tise Ja Newspapers
Aarwfcm at Anytime Call on or wrtU
E. C. Dakc's AdYcrtlslne
114 Banaome Bt., San franclico
"able Addren "Takapu," Honoll
Tli.phone 17S. P. O. Box III
Jomraisalon Merchant and Mahui.
turera" Agent. Japanese Provision
nd General Mrohandle
Nuuanu Btreet, near Klnj-