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HONOLULU STAIt-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 23, 101 2.
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PnHis from plague averaging three
JjwnIrod a week are reported Jroni
Amoy, China, not a great distance
from Hongkong, according to, reports
jvr-eived at Honolulu. The receipt of
this -Information is aid will result in
greater tare and attention being given
the-Pacific Mail linr Korea, which
wan sighted orf Barber's point at noon
today, from Orienta: ports with a
large number of Asiatic steerage pa3
enf rs and a -general cargo for the
islands. , 1
The Korea is to remain here until
t'50 ton$ of Oriental produce and mer
chandise have been discharged. It. is
exacted that the Vessel will be dis
latched for San Francisco on or about
ten o'clock , tomorrow morning.
From what can bo learned here
plague was still prevalent at Hongkong
at the time the Korea called there
from . Manila. ,The Hongkong .police
report finding , many dead in: the
. t trerts and vigorous methods of; dis
infection are bplng carried out In the
'houses from which - the bodies are
supposed to have come. 4 The Chinese,
however,' object to 4 the quarantine
regulations, it was explained, and to
escape thera they carry the bodies of
plague victlma, out of the i infected
houses and place them in the gtreet
: in front or other houses. ...
. A hundred . or more Filipinos are
faJd to havo ta sen passage in the
liner for tUAJawaiiaa. Islands, where
on: lanuiiiJt thiy rfr-wrpected-to'takc
tip work on the island plantations.
The Korea1 7 ir.ttf! bcrtir-at Alakea
wharf afier passing . quarantine this
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At the office, of Hackfeld , & Com
"':' rany; f tne statement is made . that
. there Is room for all applicants for
transportation' to the ' coast in the
Korea. ? ': ' K '
v Lurline to Hackfeld Wharf.
The Matson Navigation liner Lur
line, 786 miles from Honolulu, at 8
-i o'clock last night, is due to arrive at
the port early Wednesday morning
and will berth at the Hackfeld wharf
' for the landing, of passengere and the
- d isc ha rge , of a large general cargo.
: " The Lurline Is bringing 45 cabin and
nine steerage 1 passengers for Hono
"", lula, wiiJe four cabin passengers will
''continue the voyage " to KahuluL -A
mainland mail amountlng;to 317
sacks is aboard for the Islands. .The
Lurline also Is1 bringing' 1U packages
- of express matter.'"-' - V ? ft ',
For. Honolulu 819" tons of . freight
: will be discharged before the steamer
' proceeds to Kahulul. .where 578 tons
of cargo will ; be left Nine automo
biles for local importers are included
in the cargo. - v ; '
According to a late wireless mes
, rage, SQO tons of railway material are
, to be discharged at Honolulu. v
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Tom Of Algeroba Beans Arrive, ; ;
Tons of algeroba beans from Molo
kal and Maui ports are discharged to
lay. from the Interisland steamer Ml
kahala, an arrival from the Island port
; on Sunday. Over one thousand sacks
cf this commodity were shipped in the
Mlkahala.T'he bean is converted Into a
staple article of feed at a local mill.
The Interisland, fcteaniers also brought
; ionsiderable so gar, the Maui; arflving
: with 10,200 sacks of the product .
Three steamers reached port yester-
- day. The Mikahaia from' Maui, Molo
kai and Lanai ports brpught a fair list
of passengers besides 5 cords wood,
G4 hogs, 200 crates chickenr, 6 crates
eggs, 100 sacks charcoal, 14 cases
honey and 144 packages, sundries. :
.The Maui from Kauai ports returned
With" sugar; and 0 sacks charcoal, 50
cutes honey, 100' sacks rice, and 118
packages sundries. : ' V' -
The steamer. Hall, the third arrival
brought 5500 sacks sugar. : r
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More Japanese Tonnage Tetween
American Pcrts. "
The ManilaT-Daily .' Bui letln ' says : '
The Osaka. Bhosen Kaisha' Steam
ship Company, represented at Manila
by Messrs. WV F. Stevenson & Cow
Ltd: and operatingi! six large freight
and passenger steamers between .the
Orient- and lUi;et ;Sotrad,t has pur
chased ;. a : new steamer of 7000 tons
register in the United Kingdom and
renamed her the Luzon Maru. The
new- steamer is to be . used on the
transpacific sorvico of the, company
as a relief vessel for the ' fleet, in
order that when delays occur the
Fchedule will still be maintained. At
present the company is operating the
Panama Maru, Chicago Maru. Seattle
Maru, Mexico Maru, Canada Maru and
Tacoma Maru, between the West
Coast and the Faf East. :
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, Honolulu Trade Open to Oriental
There will bo tusiness in Honolulu
for Portland shippers if the advocated
Oriental steamship line is established-,
and 1 ionolulu is made a port of
call on the route' says F. E. Steere,
real' estate dealer of Honolulu, who
is in Portland en route home after a
three months' tour of "the States."
"Honolulu does a big business now
' with Seattle and San Francisco, said
Mr. Steere this morning. 'This busi
ness Is carried on particularly through
the-American-Hawaiian line of boats,
OfSf- King 8trM epp Union Grill
PLAGUE AT CHINESE PORTS RESULTS
INGAREFULI NSPECTI ON OF IN) REA
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and there would undoubtedly be just
as favorable a market for Portland
goods were the business established.
Any new shipping and transportation
enterprise that may be launched in
Portland will undoubtedly benefit the
city to a great extent, and : I should
think the proposed Oriental line would
be made a certainty just as soon as
"I am very much Impressed with
Portland. 1 can't say that the weath
er of the past few days has been
pleasing to me, but, anyway, what
ever is said, you can't convince a Ho
nolulu man that there Is any climate
in the world comparable with what he
gets at home." 1 ;
Steamship Owners Hast Pay for Tugr.
That the steamship Greystoke Cas
tle was to blame on November , 18,
1910, for the sinking of the tug : Sea
Prince," and the drowning of the five
men of the crew in the bay near An
gel island, is the opinion of United
States District Judge Robert S. Bean
of Portland, Ore., who. tried the case
In the United States district court at
San Francisco.; :. v
The decision has been" placed on
file 'He finds that, the tug was en-
p?p1 tn tflfcp thp nrPYStokA f!&stle
from Port Costa to her berth at San
Francisco; that on the ,way down from !
Port Costa the Sea Prince, was ahead
both proceeding under ; their i own
steam, when the Grey stoke Castle ran
down arid sank the . tng. :;
It appeared from the evidence that
.the steamship had ' no lookout for
ward, and that the officers - on v the
bridge could not see the water, with
in 200 or 300 feet of her stem. Judge
Bean decided- that; the tug was the
privileged vessel, and that It was the
duty of the steamship to have kept out
of her way. .,. :. '': ' ;
The case; was referred to United
States Commissioner James P. Brown
to ascertain the amount of : damages.
KInau Makes Special Trip to Kahulul.
Taking Regatta Day visitors from
Maui Isle, - the Interislano steamer
Kinau sailed shortly after eight o'clock
last night with destination as Kahulul.
The Kinau carried nearly one hundred
cabin passengers. The departure of
the liner was( an, animated one, the
Pimnene colord predominating, despite
the "fact that the Maui -racing team
hadw gone down4y,tQ defeatrinthei big
The Kinau is due to return to Hono
lulu .this afternoon and will1 be dis
patched for the regular : ports along
Kauai, at the ,usual hour ' tomorrow
evening. ' y ':: -V'
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Object to'-FHIpinos as Seamen. ; .
With the government, cable ship
Burnsidein port at Seattle again pre
pared to use Filipino labor .in the
handling of six cars of submarine ca
ble, the Commercial Club , not only
sought -..tb, , have the secretary ; of war
rescind the order for their employ
meat and order the work' done bytTa
coma stevedores : and . longshoremen,
but charged officials In the; Seattle
office , with attempting to', "mess up"
the labor situatidn in Tacoma. ; '
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Kona Dl.charging at Kauai Ports.
.The American schooner Kona is be
ing discharged of a" shipment of Aus
tralian coal at the wharf at ; Ahuklni
according to "report received, at Tuis
city with the arrival of. the steamer
Hall. The Kona brought coal from
Newcastle, N. S. W. :;
Star of MIndoro Sets In Philippines.
; The Philippine launch Star of Mln
doro; which went ashore on Mamba
rao reef, is a total loss. - The jagged'
rocks of the reef have torn the little
craft apart and the surf has carried
the : battered hulk high up on , ' the
beach. ' . ". ' '
American Wireless in China.
A wireless telegraph station is be
ingr installed by the Americans in Pe
king on that part of the city wall
near the American barracks. It is re
ported that the apparatus is powerful
enough to communicate with Shang
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Thousands Employed on San Francis
co New Wharves.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 7. Three
hundred men are engaged in the con
struction of San Francisco's new
wharves. The new Union-street wharf
Is nearly half completed by Healy &
Tibbits. By the time the construction
south of the Ferry building is in full
swing, more than 1000 men will be at
Owing to ttfe depth of the water to1
ward the ends of the proposed pfrrs
2C, 2S, 32 and 34, the construction
plants now in operation and to be in
stalled are the biggest of the kind
ever used on the Pacific Coast It is
estimated that the Pacific-Wekefleld
Company, which has the contract for
piers 32 and 34, the twin docks for the
American-Hawaiian Steamship Com
pany, will need a, $150,000 plant to
complete the Jl, 000,000 contract
' Ihe San Francisco Bridge Company,
which has the contract for piers 28,
and Grant Smith & Co.. who are build-
, Temperture 6 a. m., 72; 8 a. m.,
77; 10 a. m., 78; 12 noon. 80. Mini
mum last night 72.
Wind 6 a. m.. velocity 1, direction
NE.; 8 a. m., velocity 3, direction W.;
10 a. m., velocity 10, direction SE.;
12 noon, velocity 12, direction SE.
Movement past 24 hours, 146 miles.
Barometer at 8 a. ra., 29.95; ew
pointiat 8 a. m., 67; relative humid
ity, 8 a. ra., 71; absolute humidity.
8 a. m, 7.073. Total rainfall during
past 24 hours, 0.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JTHE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Mefckanti'
Monday, Sept 23.
AH UK INI - Sailed, Sept 18, bktn.
M. Wlnkelmann for. Port Townsend.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived. Sept.
21, S. S. Santa Maria, hence Sept
SEATTLE Sailed, Sept 22. SS. Ar
izonan, for San Francisco.
S. S. LURLINE Will arrive from
San Francisco Wednesday morning
with 45 cabin and 9 steerage pas
sengers; 317 sacks mail and 3819
S. S. KOREA sails for San Francisco
about 10 a. m. Tuesday.
in? pier 26, wit have a big outlay in
plants.'-. -v. :.'';::;;; . v .;, ; - V .-";,--" ; ;
The building of these docks is a big
work and the arrangements Ijave been
oc a, big ; scale. - At the twin docks
three enormous bunkers have been
completed for the rock, gravel and
sand to be used . for mixing the con
cie'te.' The capacity of these will.' per
mit 1000 tons of material to be 'dump
ed In the bunkers., .
The sinking of the huge steel outer
shell or cylinder to exclude the water
while the concrete cylinders are being
built Is" under way. Huge drivers ex
tending upward of 100 feet have neeh
installed and the heavy 90-ton cylinder
are deposited in place and hammered
down (to ; hardpan or bed rock with
ease.;; .;- r.:' ':-J-'!' -
At the end of the piers, where the
cylinders will be grounded at a depth
of 84 feeU the driver completed Is 110
feet high.: . Te protecting cylinder at
this point will be eight, feet across and
90 feet in length ;
; After the steel I caisson is placed a
wooden' one, five and one-half 1 feet
wide, is placed inside, ; landed : firmly
on hard bottom, the water being pump
ed out- of the outer '-casing first Jn
specetors In the employ of the State
descend to the bottom -t first to make
sure that the foundation Is right elee
a greater depth is attained. As the
concrete" is placed, it is 'carefully tamp
ed down by laborers, who make sure
that the steel reinforcing rods are pro
perty placed at the same time. ,
; Not a pound of the millions that
make' up the concrete mixture will be
handled by the old hand method. This
is avoided ; by the huge , distrlbation
system now to be installed, which will
consist of two separate travellngr or
portable towers, each of which will
have a central tower 110 feet ' high,
with a boom 175 feet long. . . ; !
; Each of these plants will have ihe.
cement mixing outfit at the base. The
rock, sand and cement will be tnrown
into (he mixture through chntes. and
when the mixture Is ready it will be
taken to the top of the-tower by con
yeloys. and then 'distributed at the
place by the long boom." The "only
hand work needed wil be the tamping
of the mixture in place. , ; ;; ; -
..The, engineers In cnarge of thfe work
say that a visit to. the scene of opera-"
tens will teach the novice more about
big construction this kind than can
be learned from months of reading of
technical engineers books and. mag
azines. ? . ,.' ;;'.;.:;:''-".'-"';-'-V:;;
.The Mexican government has can
celled all the private exclusive fish
ing contracts granted to Japanese
companies on the coast of Lower Cal
ifornia and Mexico. ; v i:
'." Eleven neCTo nrlsoners were res-
ued from two deputy sheriffs by a
band f negroes in Florida. A white
posse was at once formed and a des
perate; battle is expected when, the
forces meet. : ... : -
W, C PEACOCK & CO, LTD.
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
; .. Merchant, Near Fort '
MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION.
Sealed Tenders will be received at
the Office of the Maui 4 Loan Fund
Commission, at Wailuku, Maui, T. H.,
until .9 o'clock a. m. Saturday, Octo
ber 12. 1912, and then opened, for the
construction, according- to plans and
specifications, of four reinforced con
crete bridges in the Lahaina District
on the, Maui Belt Road system.
Plans and specifications and other
information may be had upon applica
tion Ito R. A. Wadsworth, Secretary
of the! Maul Loan Fund Commission,
or at the office of the Superintendent
of Public Works, at Honolulu. T. H.
The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids.
Tenders must be made on forms
furnished by the Commission, and
must be accompanied by a certified
check amounting to not less than 5
per cent of the amount of the tender.
R. A. WADSWORTH,
Secretary, Maui Loan Fund Commis
. 5348 Sept 23, 2C, 20; Oct ZK 7, 10
SAN PEDRO, Sept. One of th
chief topics of comnien ia! devf ioi-
'direct steampship line between lxs
Angeles and Honolulu, acrorcin? ro
Judge W. J. Robinson of the First
Judicial Circuit Court of Hawaii.
"Everybody in Honolulu is talking
about the pro?ot?eii fcteamship line,"
said he, "and I came to San Pedro for
the first time today to fee tLe harbor.
Although I lived in San Diego tnirty
years ago and have also lived in San
Francisco this is my first visit to Ix)s
Angeies an'd San Pedro. When 1 was
in San Diego there were oniy 30U
persons in the whole county, which
then included Riverside county and
vas. larger Jhan the State of Ohio.
'-The only overland communication
with Los Angeles in those day was
by stage, but the Pacitic Coast Steam
ship Company had three sidewdel
steamers the Orizaba, Ancon and Mo
hongo on the run. The nearest I ever
was to San Pedro before was when
he of these steamers came into what
is How the outer haVbor to discharge
Los Angeles passengers onto a iigttfer.
Hoholuiu is tiking much Interest
Li the development of shipping. At
Y. M. C. A. SCHEDULE FOR
PHYSICAL CLASSES ADOPTED
At a conference held at the Y. M.
C. A. this morning, the schedule for
the men's classes in the physical de
partment was submitted and approv
ed, and It was decided to begin. the
classes .Tuesday, October 1. ( There
will be two separate classes for the
men, the senior A and the senior B,
and each member will be given a
physical examination and assigned to
one of the classes by the physical
director. The physical examination
will deal mainly with defects -of the
heart and lungs, and in case any of
these defects are found, special exer
cise, will be given those members
with an object to benefit the weak
ness. The senior A's will meet on
Monday and Thursday' nights from
7 : 30 to 8 : 30, the work , consisting of
both systematic and recreative work,
the former in the gymnasium under
Fred ,W, Lau, and the latter In the
games- hall under Assistant Physical
Director, Johnson. . The; senior B's
will .meet - on Tuesday; and Friday
nights ifrom 7:30 until, 8:30. V
A new regulations will be instituted
in regard to the suits' to be worn : in
the gymnasium. s All ; membera are
required to wear the regulation white
running .suit together , with; '; white
tennis edr gymnasium shoes. These
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Bernardo's Lions, Leopards, Pumas
Mile. Mercereaux New Pictures
DIRECT SHIP LINE
Pearl Harbor, ten miles from Honolulu
the government is building, u jireat
dx-k lWO fret Ions for gui'erment tea
st-is and merchant marine as well.
This wilMe cofipleted in May. The
ray roll on this dock alone will reach
$1.. "00,000 to $l,M0.C0i) ir year. When
tLe Panama anal is opt-ned nono'utn
will be the port of call or practical
all trans-PaciSc stpamer. bc-in? the'
only port of call in 00.0 miles or wat
er." Judge Robinson i? tlie olJost udi
f sal appointee in Hawaii, lie w as ap
pointed in li2 by President Roose
velt and grants aijont 100 divorces a
month, mostly to Japanese.
One of the objects of the visit of
Judge Robinson was to pay his re
spects to members of the local I2ks'
Lodge, which presented a lovms cup
to the Honolulu lodge at the time or
the Honolulu yacht race. This; cup
was carried by the yacht Hawaii and
in appreciation of the courtesies ex
tended Capt. "Bill" Stroud and hU
crew the Honolulu lodge adopted ap
propriate resolutions. These were
bueatifuily engrofsed ty Judge Robin
ion and framed in Hawaiian Koa
suits are cool and clean and will give
the members a uniform appearance.
There is no special fee for gymnasium
classes, the privileges to these classes
bemg included in the: : membership
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Business Men's Club.
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Th'e business men's club will meet
on Monday, Wednesday and Friday
nights frqm 5 until 6 o'clock and will
have both physical directors' in charge
Air. Lau having the gymnasium
class and Mr. Johnson the games hall.
The association physical t depart
ment Occupies the entire Adams lane
wing of the building,' being 117 . feet
long and 52 feet wldei in addition to
the whole Hotel street basement, a
total; area of 22,000 square feet, and.
a physical equipment , equaled ' by but
few associations on the. . mainland.
The gymnasium, occupies the two long
sides, and is 46 by ,72 ; feet Iq, this
is a large amount of physical appara
tus - for recreative and - corrective
work. . ; ;'; -; ... ::y: .,;; . ' v , ::. .v;;; .. t-i
The T running . track is - suspended
from the celling of the gymnasium
and has twenty-nine laps to ihe mile.
The surface is concave and " inlaid
with cork. The entire upper part of
this wing Js' occupied by , the games
hall, which; has a floor 54 by 60 feet
First "Appearance of Vaudeville's Greatest Act
Presenting a Repertoire of Operatic. Gems
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Scene From Lancaster Opera Company Act
j In which is combined the HAWAIIAN
! EVENING nULUrriN. established 1882.
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and 20 feet high, and is ventilated by
a large number of windows along Uie
sides. Such games as baseball, bas
ketball and tennis are played here, the
floor being marked , out : for a full
sized ' tennis court, . Thr handball
courts occupy the mauka end of .the
building beyond the gymnasium', one
above the other,, and are. 20 feet wide,
40 feet long .and ; 12 feet high. ,4 -
Bowlers in Basement. . ' '
In the basement are the bowling
alleys, running along the Adams lane
side, i They are equipped with three
standard, maple alleys, two having
automatic pin setters. v Near the bowl
ing; alleys Is a special exercise room
for moxihg," fencing ' and wrestling.
Thfs room also contains the heavy
weights and two punching-bag drums.
Special instruction will be given ; in
boxing, fencing and wrestling later in
the season. ' ' ; , '.-
The'members using the physical de
partment will be divided1 into . three
groups business men, young .. men,
and boys. Each group wf)i; have Its
own suiteof lockers- and baths. The
business , men" will have one hundred
street lockers, the young men three
hundred; and the bays three hundred.
The bathrooms are, equipped with the
latest hot and cold shower baths In
i addition to this splendid squlpment,
the association has two tennis courts
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STAR, established 1893, and tlr
Issued Dally and Semi-Weekly L,
BULLETIN, LTD., -
Jotf'thecomer of Richards and Hotel
.streets for the use of the members.
j The Democrats were just defeated
Un Maine by the combined Taftltet
and Progressives, who are now mak
ing, plans to annihilate one another.
Democratic Maine, -will now have a
Republican -governor and legislature.
The.Iast wife df "Ferdy" Earle, th
origlnal "soul-mate" man is report
to have i left him, but "Ferdy" sa
. that she just couldnt loves hlra -l
1 A bandit held up an Oregon stas 3
t in approved old time style and re
: lleved the stago and passengers of all
money and valuables, then got safely
away. . . ,
Charles C. Boucher, a ! New York
journalist, and recently a Paris corres
pondent of American papers, commit
ted , suicide in . London after a pro
longed debauch. , t, .
Representative Henry George is gut-'
fering" from breakdown in his bo:r.3
in Washington. . . '
A large band-embroidered . Ameri
can silk flag, the gift of the Danli..
Americans,, was. 'presented to Klr.,5
Uhristlan of Denmark, cl - .
' Safe crackers made a big haul In
Eureka. Cal. robbing several saf , ;
hand, getting, away without leaving 'a
Clue. , , . t ; ":;.;-.;-,
PresIdent' Roosevelt has reach c 1
Missoula, Montana, In his tour bf th
cotjntry. -He is headed toward Sa
Francisco," where ' he " wilf speak c:i
cr 'about 'September 14th.' '
Macgregof & Elatt; . Milliners, Cl
"Stables -Blkl , announce ; their, f-'.l
-opening for Friday and Saturday,
September 27 , and 28. ; IU&3 M-c-.
gregor Just returned from extensive
, buying trip.
fr OR RENT.
Cottage. Fort Street Extension. Rent.
. $1S per month. Apply- Tim Kee,
i King and Alakea Sts. k-534S-lw
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Pot-grown . red baby . roses, prof c r
bloomers, for hedges or bedding, "2
each, 2 per doz. German Nursery,'
Palm Bldg.; Tel. 1636., ' k-534S-tf
T. Yamura, .1218 Nuuanu; Tel. 383?.
Fencing of all kinds.- Hedges plant
ed. Lots ; cleaned. Work guaran-.
teed. V ; -':: :, '. ": :,.?: k-534S-3m
Frank H.'RemlHard is prepared to bid
o n- nricit ? wqtk or any aesenpuon.
Tel. 2846. Office, Pauahl and Nu
On and after October U 1912, the
price of ice;will be advanced to4
cents per hundred ; ia : Kalmuki s
Palolo, Nuuanu above and including
Judd street, Kalihi Ewa from pumping
station; 30 cents per hundred in town.
This is found necessary, on account
of advance in feed and expenses.
BARNHART ICE CO.
Per W. O. BARNHART.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
MUTUAL TELEPHONE? CO.; LTD:
Notiof is hereby given" that the
stock-books of this company will be
! closed to transfers from Wednesday,
September 25, 1912, to Tuesday, Oc-,
tober 1, 1912, both days inclusively
a; utual telephone xom pa: Jo
limited. .;.: , :
By J. A. BALC2I, V -
Honolulu, T. H., September 2-,
THE GERMAN NURSERY ' v
( M. Toffolossy) - m v
Flower Arrangements, Ferns and
Palms. Cut Flowers
PALM CAFE BLDG., HOTEL ST.
Store 2 Nurseryr 222; Nuuanu St.