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HONOLULU STAtt-RULLETIX. WEDNESDAY. OCT. 2. 1012.
Hiiniilian 3rd (It trriT.
All vlsltlnj? members of the
oroYr are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HONOLULU LODGE, C1C, B. 1 0. E
Honolulu Lodge No
616, B. P. O. Elks
meets in their hall, on
King St., near Fort
every Friday evening
Visiting Brothers are
cordially invited to at
A. E. MURPHY. E. It
H. DUNSHEE, Sec.
Meet on the 2nd
and 4 th Mon
, May a vi uvm
v r month at K. P
Hall. 7:30 p. m
Members of oth
Maffnel Engineers' -er Associations
. - .....
Beneficial are coruiany in
Association vited to attend.
WM. JfeKIXLEY LODGE, 10. 8,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4 th Fatur
S9jdday evesing at 7:30 o'clock Id
7 K. of P. Hall, cor.' Fort and
Beretanla: : Visiting brother
cordially invited" to, attend.
r v A. P.; GERT2; a C.
T P. F. KILBEY; K. R.:
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
. : .- Meet on 'second and fourth
' w Wednesday evening of eaci
. month at 7: SO o'clock, Ir
r.w. v K. of p: Hall;; cornerFort
cod Beretanla, Visiting brothers arr
Invited to attend.
,. -. , ; WM. ' JONES." w. P;
J. : OT. ASCH, Secy,
HAWAIIAN TRIBE 0. 1, I. 0 . B, M.
. Meel"fliYArv first mid third
V iv f ' Tuesday of each month In
V Fraternity Hall. I. O. O. F
i lr ' bullding.V Wilting; brother
f i V cordially . incited to attend'
SOUSA, .Sachem ;
fj C, . LOUIS A
PERIJY. C Of R.
HONOLULU LODGE' 5(0. 80, '
f -' l; o. o: m, ,;.
will meet 'in Odd Fello-wa bulldlnfc
Fort streeC near King, every Friday
vening at 7:30 o'clock:
VislUng brother cordially ' InTited
to attend.' : V ;:.. ... '
: . AMBROSE J." WIRTZ; Dictator.
-JAMES W. LLOYD; Secretary.
Oahu Lodge, I. O. G. T., will meet
in' the root f garden,- Odd?.; Fellows1
building, first and third Tuesday at
half-past- seven "p.- m."'
. GEO.' W PATY, Chief Templar.. -
If IlonelnU" were Again swept
by a conflagration, coald yep
cIIect yoar Insnranee! t
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
represent the the largest and
strongest fire Insurance compa
nies In the world.
3H000 lxt-on-Iuunul Ave., adjoining
Oahu C. Club. 10,000 sq. ft
91200-10 acres farm land at Kalihl.
l2 miles from King St. 1000
$10.000 1U acres at Puunui. adjoin
ing Country Club. As a whole
or in part.
P. E. R. STRAUCH.
Waity Building 74 8. King 8trtt
INSURANCE COMPANY OF
96 King Street, Cor. Fort Street
Pboto-EnsraTlng of hlehest jrrad
ran be seenred from the Stir-Uullellu
The Finest L.ttle Instrument
Ever Made The
Fittl with a hipli-irrmi' anas
tirinat 1 n s .
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort, Near Hotel
Federal Telegraph Co.
(P&ulsen Wireless System)
QalcK and Accurate .
1055 Alakea Street Phone 4085
Now handling messages, code and
otherwise, under same terms as cable
company, only that we are 10 cents
a word cheaper.
Office Open Week days: 8 a. m. to
11 p. m. Sundays: 8 p. m. to 11 p.- m.
TELEGRAMS GO AT NIGHT
DELIVERED NEXT MORNING
We Solicit Your Business
Soon Working. Day
and Night .
IT AS AWARDED HIGHEST H050RS
At the recent California. State
Fair held at S4cramento;
A G0ID AWAKD
i A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
, v A ASH PRIZE
r American Uriderslung
t . ,-ONi EXHIBITION:
i VON HAMM-YOUNG CO- LTD..
I mporterV Machinery and'
. Dealers In
Automobiles and Automobile
: Supplies '
ALEXANDER" YOUNG BLDG.
Cor. King and' Bishop Sts.
Auto Supply Dept . 3817
Auto Salesroom 3268
Merchandise & Machinery. 2417
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE, Ct).
Merchant Street -
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK
on your Automobile and svo
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL
Phone 1S23 Kapiolani Bldg
Service Is Always Good at the
Union Barber Shop,
Cunha's Alley, Next Union
Grill, oh King Street
FEATURE OF HILO
THE CONVENTION PARTY TH A
Sjx-cial Star-Hull tin YrrfSpoiiknv
HILO, Oct. 1. A pleasant morn-
ing's outing during which U. K. Metz-
ger gave a brief sketcli of the work
proposed on the Ililo breakwater and
pointed out what the improvement
would mean to the town, followed by
,the first t of the meetings for which
the delegates came and the second
later again in the evening, marked
the first day's doings in connection
with the1 convention of civic bodies in
this town, arrangements for which
were planned and carried out by the
Hilo board of trade last week.
The delegates, of whom there were
thirty-six from Honolulu and four
from Maui, were met on the wharf
and taken to the Hilo hotel in auto
mobiles. At 10 o'clock they again
loardedthe machines and were whirl
ed up to Rainbow falls. From there
they drove to the breakwater ajjd
boarded a scow on which seats had
been fixed. This Was taken in tow
by a launch and the party towed to
Says Civic Convention Was a
- Great .success praises
Charles R) Fraaler, of the Pioneer
Advertising Company, who returned
yesterday morning from Hawaii,
whMA hp" wpfot as a delegate to the
Hilo Civic convention, says that the
convention was a great success, and
while ft was not as wrell represented
by delegates from Honolulu, as should
have been the case, it made a good
start for future, conventions.
"The convention," said Mr. Frazier,
"will probably be as valuable to the
Honolulu men who -went there, and
perhaps much more so, than to the
Hilo people, for what impressed ' the
Honolulu men most was the extensive
harbor facilities now under construc
tion, the splendid country opened up
by the Hamakua ' extension of the
Hilo railroad, the wonderfully scenic
coftntry back of Hilo, and the enter
prise of the Hilo business man. In
Hilo, Honolulu has I rival which she
must take into consideration."
"It would be hard for Honolulu to
duplicate the splendid hospitality
which- Hilo showed its guests during
the convention. The delegates from
Honolulu, Maui and from other points
on Hawaii were all warmly welcomeo
and entertained and especially low
tates were provided by the hotel and
transportation companies. A" fret
trip was provided from Hilo to the
end of the Hamakua extension of the
Hilo Railroad, which stopped at var
ious points of interest along the way,
especially on some of the larger
bridges, giving the passengers a
chance, to appreciate the engineering
work that had been done on it. 0e
of the most interested passengers
was Gerritt P. Wilder, whose father's
great ambition was to have built this
railroad, but he did not live to carry
out his project
"The business of the convention
ended with a splendid banquet at the
Hilo Hotel, where there was much'
txpression.of good fellowship, several
speeches being made. The ladies of
the party were entertained by Mrs.
Elliott, Dr. Elliott's wife, and the
ladies of Hilo at a card party at the
home of Mrs. Elliott.
"Hilo is bound to grow, but we
don't want her to get ahead of Hono
lulu." The Wretchedness
Cut quickly be overcome bf
ct turdy ud
Bendy on the
Deo, mod Iadlgestxm. They do their dory.
Small P2I. Small Dm, 'Small Price.
Genuine mmtitu Signature
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1 Mvpntl i
S Ax IVEK
X IIDIIK I
WAS VISIT TO BREAKWATER
T VIEWED HILO BREAKWATER
Hhe end of the finished section of the
During the trip out I). E. Metzger
pointed out on a map just what was
(planned and what had already been
1U cuuiiriuuii vwm nit- iuiMuif-
ments ' to the harbor. During the
course of his talk Metzger stated that
both Honolulu and Hilo would un
doubtedly grow during the next few
years, but he did not think Honolulu's
growth would be equal to that of
Hilo. t '
Plenty of Room,
According to the way he outlined;
the plans, there will be "" acres of
good; deep-water harbor when the
breakwater is finally finishVd. There
will be an entrance a mile wide and
with all the reefs and rocks dredged
The party returned to the hotel and
met again in the Masonic hall, wheu
the first section of the -convention
was officially declared open by Pres
ident Elliot of the Hilo board of trade,
with a few appropriate words. 0
A SOUR, GASSY,
Pape's Diapepsin" Overcomes
Your Indigestion in Five
WTonder Vfhat iffcset your, stomach
which portion of the food did the dam
age do yoti? Well, don't bother, if
your stomach Is in a revolt; if sour,
gassy and upset, and what you just ate
fcast fermented into stubborn lumps;
your head. dizzy and aches; belch gas
es and acids and eructate undigested
food; breath foul, tongue coated just
take a little Diapepsin and in five min
utes you. truly w4Il wonder what be
came of the indigestion and distress.
Millions of men and women today
kr.ow tha,t it Is needless to have a bad
sfomach. A little Diapepsin occasion
ally keeps thfs delicat organ regulat
ed and they eat their favorite foods
If vour stomach doesn't take care
oS your liberal limit without rebellion,
if your food is a damage instead or a
heln. remember the quickest, surest.
most harmless relief .is Pane's Dia
pepsin which cdsts only fifty-cents for
a large case at drug stores. Its truly
wonderful it digests fo'rl and sets
things straight, so gently and easilv
that it is really astonishing. Please,
for vour sake, don't go on and on with
a weak disordered s'omach; it's? so
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Sept. 30, 1912.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
William P Louis and wf to Jose
de S Machado
Lizzie Namaka to S K Keolamii..
V G Irwin and wf to Henry Va-
terhouse Trust Co Ltd, tr
Henry Waterhouse Tr Co Ltd, tr,
to Susan Harrison
Trent Trust Co Ltd to Walter H
Thos C Polikapu to S K Keola
Miliama Namauu to William K
W 'K Namauu and wf to John
.Manuel Vivichaves and wf to Jas
Grube et al I
Julia Abe and lisb to Holland
Helen Hoyd to K Yano et al L
Trent Trust Co Ltd to Guardian
Trust Co Ltd AM
Lahapa Keliikuewa to Pacific Stm-
ar Mill L
William A Hall to John Hind M
Entered for Record October 1, 1912.1
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m
S W A Kaleiho-a and wf to First
Bank of Hilo Ltd
Phoebe V Toledo and hsb to Joao
Yieira T 1
N Omsted and wf to John P Pico
Julia M Tavares and hsb to John
T Akanaliilii and wf to John P
A R Souza and wf et a I to Maui
Land & Railroad Co Ltd
Court of Land Registration.
Leo C Kuai I nr and hsb et al to
Lee Chee I)
Lee C Kuai Ing and hsb et al to
In llonu-f) tin- bv'uW and liridt'Krooni
sit on ninal los Iwt'ort' th priest,,
who gives tliein cigars and lnfl while
he blesses them. He waves above j
them two fowls bound together. The!
bridegroom then places the betel in
his bride's mouth and a cigar between
her lips. Theji they are married.
Long, Heavy Hair?
Then treat your hair well. See
that it is properly fed. Growth
of every kind demands proper
food. Starved hair splits at the
ends, turns prematurely gray,
keeps short and dry. Then fced
your hair. Feed it v.iLIi proper
food, a regufcr hair-focd. Feed
it with Ayer's Hair Thus
help nature ail yea posjibly can
toward giving you rich, heavy,
luxuriant hair. Ask your doctor
aboutyourhair and ahcut Aycr's
Hair Vigor. Follow hi? advice.
Aycr's Hair Vigor
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
Prtpared by Or. J. C. Awr u f e., tCw!!. I!. .
120 LOTS 40 by 80 feet for
sale at Kalihl, right , on King.
Street, near thek Kalihl bridge.
Prices range from $350 to $500
Liberal discounts will be -allowed
for cash. ' .
Terms are very easy. v
Land Co., Ltd.
W. G. Achi
40 Cow Feed Plant
25 - thousand gal.
100-ton Ensilage Silo
No. 16 Bailey Feed
30-ft. Feed Elevator
4-6 Gasoline Engine
100 - gal. Water
Milk will soon be
GEO. H. PARIS
Office in the Mutual Telephoi
Co.'s building open from 7 a.
m. to 5:IU p. in. on week days
and from S to 10 on Sunday
morning. Messages for ships
at sea received up to 11 every
i t .: ' f
G. Q. Yee Hop
MEAT MARKET AND
Telephone 34 "1
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.,
BETHEL AND KING STS.
BUY YOUR DRY GOODS from
King St, 3 Doors from Bethel
Fine Line of Dry Goods
Wah Ying Chung Co.
King St Ewa FUhmarket
Highest Quality of Material and
1051 Fort Street
in Handsome Greys
W. W. AHANA, -
62 SOUTH KING STREET
The Wong Wong Co.,
Builders and Contractors
Office: Maunakea SL .
L. Chong & Co.,
Mattress Upholstering and Fur
. niture Repairing
22 BERETANIA, nr. NUUANU
You'll find what you want at the .
City; Hardware Co., ,
Nuuanu and .King -Streets :
Wing Chong Co
KING ST ' NEAR BETHEL,
Dealers in Furniture, Mattress
es, etc., etc. All kinds of KOA
-and .MISSION" FURNITURE
made to order.
NEW DRUG STORE
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO
42 Hotel St., at end of Bethe!
Well stocked with New Drugs
THE BICYCLE' DEALER and
REPAIRER, has' moved ' to
180 KING STR'EtT
New location Red front, near
Young Bids:. Telephone 2318
Telephone 2197 P. O. Box 70S
1S2 Merchant St., near Alakea
HONOLULU, T. H.
Japanese Provisions and
Nuuanu St., Near King St.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed
Fort & Pauahi Sts., Phone 3029
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE BEST MILK
FOR ALL PURPOSES
Your Grocer Sells It
DENNISON'S CREPE PAPER
4 new shipment
A. B. A R L E I G H & CO.
Hotel, Near Fort
For GENERAL OFFICE STA-
TIONERY and FILING SYS
TEMS, call or write to us and
we will fill your wants.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., LTD.
931 FORT STREET
Star-Bulletin Ads. are Best Business
50- Horses -50
Due From Seattle October 13
WORK HORSES and BROOD
PAINTING A SPECIALTY
Wright - Hustace
KING AND SOUTH
GAGE & KNOX
. MILTON A PARSONS
Telephone 30S3 1112 Fort SL
Boston Block : Second Floor
Importers .of Lace,' European
and 'Fancy-Goddt -
HOTEL; NEAR FORT v
7 NOW ON DISPLAY '
Nuuanu Street, Near Hotel
J A C o b s 6"n B R 0 8.;
Pantheory. Block . Hotel St.
CIGAR NOW So
f : reaCestaYe ; ";V
: - . INSURANCE i
WHEN YOU WANT FEN(fE
' 8EE 7. -
J. C. Axtell, -
.WILL DO IT
AND REAL.. ESTATE
OLIVER , LANSING
80" Merchant Street
Exclusive Yet Inexpensive Headgear
Harrison Blk Fort St, 'nr. Beretanla
Only stablishment on th Island
equipped to do Dry Cleaning.
IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IX
Anywhere at Anytime, Call On Qr
E. C. DRAKE'S ADVERTISING
124 Hansom Street San Franelsefl
High Class Imitation
GEO. S. IKEDA
Tel. 2500 78 Merchant
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