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eVEWINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1911.
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NOMINATIONS OF CANDIOATC3 FOR THE GREAT '8UB-
ncniPTioN contest or
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WILL CLOSE AT 0 O'CLOCK NEXT FRIDAY AFTERNOON,
AND THE COMPLETE LIST WILL BE PUBLISHED THE
Only Two Jlore Bays
In Which to Enter
In these Two Days attsnlion will be confined largely to Ho
nolulu and the Island of Oalui, the Lists of Maul, Kauai and Ha
waii being praotically full. , ,
- ConU.t Manager HensNsll will ibe at bra office from.8 .-m.
to 5 p. m. aaeh day, prepared to give such information aa may
be required. .. . ,..,,
FOLLOWING IS THE LI3T OF
PRIZES THUS TAR DECIDED
FIRST J750 00 CASH;
SECOND FINE BUILDING LOT IN
THIRD SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNT
OF $300 00 CASH j
FOURTH TICKET TO COAST AND
RETURN WITH POCKET
"MONEYi - ,
FIFTH SELECTION' OF BOOKS,
SIXTH TRIP AND WEEK AT VOL
CANO) SEVENTH FURNITURE ORDER,
EIGHTH-MUSIC ORDER, l50'fJ0
NINTH HARDWARC'ORDER, 5000)
TENTH JEWELR.Y ORDER, $5000)
AND EXCLUSIVELY, FOR. THE
PEOPLE OF THE OTHER
ELEVENTH TRIP FROM 'HILO,
WCEK IN HONOLULU, AND RE
TURN) TWELFTH TRIP FROM WE8T HA
WAII, WEEK IN HONOLULU,
THIRTCEN.TH-TRIP FROM MAUI,
WEEK IN HONOLULU, ANDRE
TURN. FOURTEENTH TRIP FROM KAUAI,
WEEK IN HONOLULU, AND RE
How to Start
Nomination! of Contes'ants will be received by the CON
TEST DEPARTMENTof THE HAWAIIAN 8TAR from and after
8 o'clock each day.
Nomination 'may 'be lent by mail or left at THE STAR-OFFICE,
McCandless Bulldmj, Bethel 8treet.
It li required that the prospective contestant's nomination be
made by a second person, lady -or gentleman, subject to approval
and acceptance by the -Contest Manager.
Clip the Blank from THE'STAR.'have it filled 'out, and" (end to
Hawaiian Star Honolulu
An Offer Tlmt IiitoItcn N'o Money lllsk
If Vim Accept II.
Wo nro ko positive our remedy will
completely relievo conMlpflllon, no
Jinntter how chronic It may be, that
we offer to furnlxh It free of nil cot
If It fnllH.
j Constipation In commonly caused by
weakness of the nerves nnd muscles of
tho In rue Intestine To expect it cure
n must therefore tone up nnil
strung-then thnno organ nnil restore
them to healthier activity.
We want jou to try Ilexnll Orderlies
on our KUarantee. They ore eaten llko
candy, nnil are iKirtlcularly Rood for
children They seem "to net directly on
the nerves nnd muscles of the bovvcls.
They apparently have n neutral nctlon
on the other oricans They do not purge
ill rniiin rttltnr Inrntiianlniifln Wn ..till
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rnfiitul vm Miin.i If llmu .1. .. ... .... I
,... ' ", V"1' """' ""'-tthllo there miffing
vt'iii" t--i-itiinj u nauiiuui cunntipnuoii
n nil times filil Online . tt.n Bl.l..
- .'P-dent conrauJ-irV,1:.'.
ments Try Itexnll Orderlies at our
rlik. Three sizes, 10c.. 25c, nnil 60c.
' OUTGOES FREE1
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T)r A M "Walker, known here ulsn
ns Archibald M Walters anil mi thu
Coast ns both nnd A Drown In niMI
tlon, linn been arrestid In Kan Prim
cluco at the reiti(Ht of J. I, Coko, the
loial attorney, for pnliiK hnfjus
iheckn to thu n mount of 1C0O.
Walker flKiired while hire In n row-i
with Dr. J. M. Martin, former pro
fessor of the University of .MIiIiIkiiii
I Suspecting that Wulker wiih n svvlmllcr,
Mr. Martin follow. l him to tho wharf,
one ilny nnd hirntid him -o loudly nnd!
vehemently thnt tluj trmted a kiiiio'
t the bunt.
Later Dr. Martin went to llllo nnd
down, but nftir a rent In Honolulu re-
A SAM THEATER
Maunakea, One Block from Hotel Street
Where the Best Show Is
Sold only nt our 'store The Itexall
Store. Pennon. Smith & Co, Ltd..
Fort nnd Hotel streets, Honolulu.
ihnil been heard Hlnct- ho left lure tllltl
the follow Iiik from n Hun IVunclsui
imper nrrlved :,etcrdn'
"AHIioiirIi requisition paixrs for the
extradition of Arihlhuld M Wnlteri,
alios Dr A, M Walker, nlliis A Ilrown,
nre due from Honolulu Thursduv. Oc
tober C, the D.iklnnd pulke uuthnrltlis'
bulliic that the nccusid man will not
be returned to stand Irhl for passlmc
two llctltlous clinks no II I,. Itiillln
Kr, iiKKreRatliiK b00
"Walters Iiom turniil ner to Captain
pome. Iiiih been xliiKhed to one-half; thut(of DeteitleH W J TeterHen JCOO In
In. nnjl.oily who hn faith in the NcwiC""'1 with V.I1UI1 to iniika Rood thu
China, mill bellexes the uprlxerM will nmountH clntnuil by ItallliiKer, and ho-
NEW 'CHINESE REPUBLIC
llunknotcn-or the wllllnK-to-ba Rc
Viibllc of ChiiiiR llwn uro now on the
locnl market, nnd thu price for tho
cnune, accardliiR to n Inw In Honolulu,
tho complnlulnir wltm-HH Iiiih to nnv tho
expense of returning n fiiRltle, It H1
inako It Htlck. tun purchaxe n ten-dol
lar note on tho nboxe-unined republic
for the dollar., nnd tuke a chnnte. If
the.rebelH win out. thu ImeMor 'expected thnt IlnlllnRer will tnko
ahead an much oRiiln oh he Invented; If. money offered nnd drop the cane
the MnnchiiM hold out HKnlnxt the "Wnltern placed under nrreit
forced hnpeachiiunt that Ih helm? upon tho reiiest of J. I, Coke, nil nt- j
brotiRht iiKnln.it them, the Inventor ln!torny ot Honolulu, who iIiiIiiih tliuti
CIiuiir llwn llipubllc notis, which lireJWoltern Ib a ckwr 'Ket-rlrh-iiilck' op-
pnublu at tho ntute treaxury of Hint rntor who Iiiih ben lnold In n(
repuuiic -on hr formation." linn n,,iiuiiiir m inuuif,
uhnnie to go home tnlklnR to himself.
It In Htuted thnt the local Chllicxa
are takhiR up the notes without any
liiltihlhiR, nnd that there are hundredx
of them tuiked away waiting for the
"war to ceuBo" no they can bo cuHhed
The notes nre brown on the face,'
bearing theTeolutlonary llaR iinUnumo
Chlneno characttm. On the back tho
printing In 'In KnglUh, the text saylnui
'The Chung Hwa Republic promHen
to pay the Iwnrer Ten Dollarx (loldmn
lt formation at the Btnto Treasury or
ItM agentn abroad."
The bills nro Klgned by Bunwen, pres
ident, nnd Lee'Onone, treasurer.
DIFFER ON SUBSCRIPTIONS
Korean circles ' throughout the 'la
lands are all worked up over the fact
that In tho solicitation of funds for the
erection of a now Koreun church,
money wns accepted from Japanese,
There are two factions of the Koreans
that ore divided on this subject. Tho
faction -that Is known as the Koreun
Nutlouul Assoolatlon wcorns the Idea of
ncceptliiR ft cent from the Japanese
consul nnd from other sources Japan
ese. Then tho nntl-assoclatlon Koreans
got busy, and between the two fac
tions there has been a conflict going
on oer "the money question. In the
meantime the collections and solicita
tions for funds for tho rurpose of
erecting n church 'nro still going on,
jand the question of tainted money will
lie settled later on
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
LAWN PLAN SUBURB
IS AGAIN REVIVED
Tho scheme that' was promoted romo
time ORO'to divide up the tract of land
opposite the Muntui Until, making 11
sort of Inrge court whkh would bo
laid off In 'building lots with Rraded
ulponia tiiti! nil ill tint liiiiLni . ntnufu ntnl
r-n UIIU Ull "1IIVI llilllf II l4IVIIlp UIIU ,
at the same time nny unotciiplid lotsi
In the courtwould be grassid oer uud
kept In lawn trim, which rill through
on account 'of some lliuinclal rruson,
has 'been ,ro l t d.
It. Is stated tint real cstnto men have
made somelfnlrlv. ituod offers for tho
property". TWrjaiiiiTJolhurn, liiiinngtr
of the ,Ktiplofnnl Hstatc, has had the
liropnsltlon Guilder consideration for
The proposition Involves all of tho
proper tli h that wero bequeathed to
Prince Cupid and his brother, the lute
Prince David, save the premises occu
pied by the former queen's old man
sion nnd the adjoining bulldliiKs now
occupied by Prince nnd I'rlntess Kula-nlunaole.
It has been the hope of thoso who
are Interested In the binutlfjlng of the
city Hint the bench property from thu
Monnn Hotel to tho Inters ctlon of Ka
plolunl 1'arU will somo iliy bo con
demned, and In thnt case tin ro will l
n clear spaco between Kolukaun ave
nue and the beach.
" accomplishes seefriingly impossible, feat." S. F. Examiner.' " ' 'nnd too many pro
fessors were perplexed."-U. o C. Reporter. Aside from t le novelty of fvlfss Rowland's dance, it
as a really wonderful dnnl v of mmrl, ,miF.i" ri.i,,.. t..u...
-r- ... . w,. v, iivuyu ) luuuui
iU PRESENTING THEl M08T-PLCASING JACT EVERSEEN IN L3CAL VAUDEVILLE
4 NEW, INTERESTING MOTION PICTDRES 4
Special Attention to Ladies and Children
Prices, 10c, 20c, 25o; Children Half-Price.
TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY. MATINEE SATURDAY
YOUNG STAMP COLLECTORS
HOLD1 GOOD MEETING.
Entered for ffecord -Ootober, ,17, t11
John I' IV I.u Crux 'to Mury'De In
Cruz ,..,.i.i. s i)( should
Kilt of A 8 Cleghorn by trh nnd
exors to Percy T ("leghorn et ill. .Itel
S Yiimaiiiurn to Honolulu Iron
Tho meeting of tho Junior philatelic
society In tho boys'-department of flio
Y. M. C. A. 'building yesterday wns
well aftended. and ut the -mooting It
I was decided that the association
prepare for -a cratnl poHtnce
KLOI'IMJ 1IKIIIKSK1 K'OIMilVKV
1.03 A.aKLi:s, September 2S.
.Mrs I.ucy Ilannlng llrudbiiry nreen
linf, whoso olnpeinent n jenr .igu with
Hubert llosa, chili and Boclety in in,
(rented n hoiikiiIIoii In Im Angeles
soclil clnlej, tu.iy return In ninku her
homo here, iiKordlng to disilimuies
iniiilu tonight b) lutluiiito frlonils of
To further tho plan of .Mrs Orcen
lenf'H return, her mother, Mrs. .M.uj
KniiiiltiK, left the city Biivorul wcpkh
UK') nnd Is n (i u In Viitu Oliver, h.iv
lug bem In uirrtspoudeiuu with her
duiighter In J.ip.in for Kevurul months.
.Much (Ireonlenf, her uctor hiisbitud,
whom uhu deserted, is In New York.
"A Car for the Discrimination Few"
Complete American Line for the
Season of 1912
AMERICAN TRAVELER Typo 50 J450O
AMERICAN TRAVELER Type 5 4250
AMERICAN TOURIST Type 34 ..'..'.'..'!.' 22G0 "
AMERICAN SCOUT Type 22 "!'!"!! 1250
AMERICAN MOTORS CO.,
Cor. Alakea and Hotel Sts. ... Phono 3009
GEO. B. BECKLEY, Sole Distributor
htamti exhibition to belielii somo time
next -winter, and from the cnthtiiltixm J
manifested by tho bou It lu a sure
Works Co AM"1'11 thnt. there will bo n good fcliow-
Honolulu Iron Works 'Co to 8 Ya- inB of Btamps.
iiiiimuru rJ Trealilent Ilvardmoreinnnoimccil that
1N0.1 (k) to Knhulnu Am (w).,... T) h would oTTor a suitable prlzo for the
lOnnmtu BiiKur Co to i: N Puke,..,Rel, ,,c8t collection of United States en-
David Iviilanl to Hunomii BiiKur
Co , I,
lluknl.iu I'lantn To by atty to W
II Shlpmun I,
I.'sther I' KnOiuoknuul and hsb to
Puehuehu Asritl Co Ltd T
Kaluwalanul nnd vvf to Huiiunh Ka-
Queen's Hospltnl to Ifiitvn-Amer
Hubbcr Co Ltd Ril
O A -It Hmlth nnd vvf to J D t!us-
J D Cnstlo to J J Drummond CM
V (' Achl, tr, to Esther P Knc-
huokuutil ,,, I)
I, M Uurkhausen and vvf to C Wnl-
ters ...1 t
tL'utherliio Bcully and hsh by atty
to II Wuterhnusu Tr Co Ltd, tr.. M
Itobert M Kmuulll and vvf to Mrs
i:va A Itoblnson to i:ilen K Robin-
son. r. r ,,
Victoria H IluffiindKaii and hxb to
II Waterhnuse Tr Cn Ltd, tr .... M
'aaeBeBeBeBeBeaeBM m .aeaeft
eIopo KtuinpH hIiico 1900, turned In ut
tnc noxt niotliiK la two weeks.
Mr. "Wcodon made a moHt liiKtmo
llVft tnllf lltuin thn atnmai rt rltln i
and Shuweil his flnn rollnrtlmi of lint
Btanips of that country,
lAmoiiK the lloya present wero Fiu
cis CiiBhliiKham, Daniel Himil Hon
nld von Holt, a Hoy BiibIi, I)rrln
'Thurston, James Campbell, IVank
jAVInter, Kenneth "Emory, Philip Oven
It'en, I-co ie Uoo, Holbrook noodule,
Herbert router. Do Witt Alcxjnilei,
John Ilnsliiml. Jr., Jnmea Ojrvlo, IM
vvard Ilennor and Willlnni Stttle.
ASK HILO TRADE BOARD
, TO ATTEND -MEETING
Xn Invitation,. Ih 'to bo enl to tho
llllo board 'of trndo to be'riresent nt
it mcotliig of the harbor coiiiuiIskIoii-
ers to tuke up the innttor of the uuvv
D wharf that Is to he built nt Hllo for
I tho llllo riillinud couipun.
Hcvcrnl confcrciiceH b.no nlro.i.h
Entered for Record October 18, 1911. Iicen held botweon' Bilporitttendont of
J W Kiiluiiokiihiiku to Pettr Bllvn I) Public Works Marnton Campbell nnd1
i vvener mirniiip .enntreres ..,..,llel u A. Thurston Konornl miiuuger of
C II IlofKiiurd & Co Ltd to P Me- J tho ro.ul. with roforonco to thu le.is-
eavvn and wf iK nB of tho whurf by tho compuii.s for
Ah Ko to T iHnindt ., Itel ten jciirs hut iiolliinc iloflnltu has
Manuol Ttodrliriies to Prank D Me- been arrived nt.
lelros , n The mutter Is to como up nt somo
O Woltirs and vvf to c J HummuL. D.Hpeclnl nioctlng of tho harbor com-
e mission at which tho 'lncmberB of tho
MARRIED. I hoard of tnulo vvlll bo asked lo bo
c, I present. A copj of tho tenlntlvo
MACniAVniMILAISDELL -At tho'aKieomeiit Is tn ha sent to thu llllo
Hotel MnJOHtlc. October 1C. In the board so that thev will Imnw ilw. .in.
I 'Itnv. A. A 'Bbornolo.'Corn M. illlals- tallti when they tomu lu tho moot-
doll to'Wu'ftei MacElwce. No cards. Iiib.
'-"tj t,i -tr
Drop ' Iiif And
Look Over Ovir
New Fall Regals
You can tell at a nlane that At Unoc irl,m ,l i
their workmanship superior to that found in other ready-to-wear
shoes. And there is a reason for this.
are built on the very newest and smartest custom lasts, by the most skillful bench,
workmen. Other ready-to-wear shoe don't have these exclusive custom shapes
until the following season when these styles are out of fashion.
We recomrm-nrl ili. R.w.,.1. tn ! : I . . r. W
" - .v6uw iu( ,ui,j etiYttt, unu guarantee 10 m youj
v.uucv.iijr ana comiottaoiy.
$350 00 $450 $500
REGAL SHOE STORE
King and Bethel Sts.
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