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nONOLFLU STAH BFTLETIN, MONDAY. NOV. I. 112.
Arc n more important to her
Hum h man' ran be to liini. The
uumaii hIui U nldenl) thrown
on mt own nxMirrc or f t
nitli ji nldii nerd of money I
placed miif'h (Tt' th.in si man
in viinihir filiation.
The sining ;i count thiit joh
tii rt for jour daughter ma
orue da stand between lu r :ind
n account In lur name rnaj be
open I'd ait till bank v J t h a lit
tli us one dollar and intercut
mIII be :a id on :ill balance.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Factory on ths Premises
A. N. Sanhrd,
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May & Co." v
JsV adapted for use on interior
' surfaces of erery . description:
It is specially adapted for use
' on- . 'v
, PLASTERf CEM ENT, ,' BRICK '
AND WOOD WALLS, ;,,. :,
vv . AND ceilings; ,
, Airt'or flnlshln icoat'
for steel and other raattHlc.
ceilings, - light .-wells and elera- .
tor ; hajfts raie . as an uader.f
coat' Jor Jroiu 7 bedstead s and
other,' surfaces Uhat are, to bel
finished.,-with, a high j gloss
enamel jt is unequaled y.jf. fC
sold BY;-;-:' v;"-
. 177 S. Kins; St
is now located in its new build
ing. 11S-118 HOTEL' STREET.;
General Catering of the Highest
The German Nursery
Oeeoratlons for All Purposes . Our
; ' - : Specialty, ' - V
Store: Palm Blda. -.Tel. 4785
Anton StaxAge &
GERMAN" CONFECTIONERY AND
The best kind of- cake, tarts and
pastry? ice cream $2.50; sher
bet $2.00 per gallon.
Specialty German Rye sour bread;
r.rmn half-fine rye bread. 1183
Alakea St., near Beretanla. Phone
Pauahi Street, near Fort
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
has the best Home-made Bread,
German Pretzels and Coffee
Cake. Be sure and ring up 2124.
1129 FORT STREET
Dr. T. mTAMUBA
Offioex 1412 Nuuanu 8U or. Vineyard
OfDce Hours: J to 12 a. m., 7 to I
d. m. Sundays by appointment.
Resfdence: 50 N. Vineyard Street,
tr office Telephone 161S; P. O. Boa
SKALKlJ TKN!r.i:S will bo rerelv
. .1 by the Hawaii lan Pund Coin
1 mission ai its office in the Peacock
Building. Hilo, T. If., until 1 o'clock
p. in. of Thursday. November 7, 1!12,
and at that time and place will b
publirly opened and read for the Con
st met ion of a One-Story Frame Hs
pit nl Building at Kona. Hawaii, T. H.
flans, specifications and blank
forms of tender arc on file in the of
fice of the Superintendent of Public
Works. Capitol Building. Honolulu;
and at the office of the Commission,
Peacock Building. Hilo. Hawaii.
The Hawaii lxan Fund Commission
reserves the right to reject any or all
Chairman. Hawaii Ian Fund Com
mission. October 26. 1912. r37tM0t.
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
up to 12 m. of Monday. November 11.
1912, for laying an 8-inch cast iron
water main in School Street from
Asylum Road to Kalihi Road, Hono
lulu. Plans, specifications and blank
forms of proposal ae oa file the
office of the Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, Capitol Building, Hono
lulu. The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject
any or all tenders.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu,-October 30. 1912.
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the SupeYintendent of Public Works
up to 12 ra. of Monday, November 11,
1912, for laying a C-Inch cast iron wa
ter main In Kanoa Street from Peter
son Lane to Pua Lane, Honolulu.
Plans, specifications and blank
forms of proposal are on file in the
office of the Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, .Capitol : Building, Hono
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves " the right to reject
any or all tenders. .
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu October 30 1912.
.. 5380-lOt. ; .
Sealed Tenders will -be received by
Ihe Superintendent of. Public Works
up until 12 m: of Tuesday, November.
19,1912. Xof Grading Certain Streets
In the Auwalollmu Tract, Punchbowl
pfetfict City and County of Honolulu.
t Plans and specifications and blank
focas of. tender are on file In the .of
fice, of the Superintendent of Public
Worksr Capitol. Building, Honolulu. :
The : Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject any
or. all tenders. - . - ;v--. :
.r, MARSTON CAMPBELL,
.-As Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, October 29, 1912.
" : . 5378-10L. ! '
, u SEALED TENDERS.
V;:' . I"-'-- ,.
Sealed , tenders will be received by
the . Superintendent of . Public Works
up until 12 noon 6f Wednesday, No
vember 6, 1912, for the Laying of the
Waiomao Pipe Line, Honolulu, T. H.
i Plans, specifications and blank
forms for Proposals are op file in the
Office of the Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, Capitol building.
-The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject
any or all tenders.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu October 26, 1912.
BOARD OF REGISTRATION
The . Board of Registration for the
City and County of Honolulu will sit
in the upstairs corridor of . the Capi
tol Building from 8:30 a. m. to 5 p.
ra., on Election Day, November 5th,
1912, for the purpose of correcting
he voting lists in cases where it ia
manifest to the Board that the name
ot a person admitted to registration
has been accidentally misspelled, or
hat he has been misnamed therein
or that he has been accidentally reg
istered under the wrong precinct
SAM'L F. CHILLI NGWORTH,
Chairman Board Registration
Honolulu, October 30, 1912.
5381 OcL 31. Nov. 2, 4.
By order of the Board of Directors
a special meeting of the Stockholders
Df The Koloa Sugar Company will be
held at the office of H. Hackfeld &
Co., Ltd.. Honolulu, on Wednesday,
November 13th. 1912. at 2:00 p. m.,
for the purpose of considering an
amendment of the by-laws and such
other business as may come before
Secretary, The Koloa Sugar Co.
Honolulu. October 30. 1912.
Mr. G. A. Long is no more sole
owner and manager of the City
Ciotbes Cleaning Co. All outstanding
bills must be presented to Mr. G. A.
Long for payment.
Photo-EngniTlug of highest grade
ean be secured from the Star-Bulletin
Star-Bolletin Ads. are Best Business
There is just this much about it :
Dandruff is a germ disease, is
most untidy, annoying, and leads
to baldness. When chronic, it
is very stubborn, but surely
yields to thorough and energetic
treatment. All g-rms must be
destroyed, the ccalp must be
restored to health. Here is the
remedy: AVer's Hah Vigor.
Ask your doctor about using it.
flyer's Hair Vigor
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
fWvtd to Or. J. C. AO I " 0. 8.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII. . D. 1912 TERM.
Cecil Brown, Plaintiff, v. Emmett
'May; Emmett May. Trustee. De
fendant. William Henry; William
Henry, Receiver of the Fidelity In
surance Company, Limited, Gar
nishee. Stamps $2.00. Garnishee
The Territory of Hawaii: To the
High Sheriff of the Territory of Ha
waii, or his Deputy; the Sheriff of the
City and County of Honolulu, or his
You are commanded to summon
Emmett May; Emmett May, Trustee,
Defendant, in case he shall file writ
ten answer within twenty days , after
service hereof, to be and appear be
fore the said Circuit Court at the term
thereof pending immediately after the
expiration of twenty days after ser
vice hereof; provided, however, if no
term- be pending at such time, .then to
be and appear before the said Circuit
Court at the next cucceeding term
thereof, to-wit, the January. 1913.
Term thereof, to be holden at Hono
lulu," City and County : of Honolulu, on
Monday, the 13th day tof January, at
ten o'clock a. m.. to show cause why
the, claim of Cecil Brown, Plaintiff,
should not be awarded to him' pur
suant to the tenor of his annexed Com
plaint.. And you are also commanded
to leave a true' and attested: copy of
this; Writ with William ; Henry, Wil
liam Henry receiver of the Fidelity In
surance Company, Limited, the attor
ney, agent,, factor, trustee, or debtor,
of the above named Defendant, or at
the place of his usual abode, and him
summon to appear personally in said
Court on the day 6f trial, at ten
o'clock a. m., then and there, on oath,
to disclose whether he has or at the
time said copy was served, had any
of the goods or effects of the De
fendant in his hands, and if so, the
nature, amount and value of the same,
or is indebted to the Defendant, and,
if so, 'the amount and nature of such
Notify the said Garnishee that upon
default to attend at the place on the
day and hour above mentioned, exe
cution will be issued against his prop
er estate for the amount of such
judgment as the Plaintiff may recover
against the Defendant
And have you then there this Writ
with full return of your proceedings
Witness the Honorable HENRY E.
COOPER, First Judge of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit at Honolulu
aforesaid this 29th day of July, 1912.
(Seal) J. A. DOMINIS,
Section 2122 Rev. Laws. Whenso
ever any person summoned, as an at
torney, agent, factor or debtor of any
defendant, may be desirous of so do
ing, he may apply to the magistrate or
any judge of the court from whom or
which the said summons may have
issued, and the magistrate or judge
having caused reasonable notice to be
given to the plaintiff in the action
shall proceed to take the deposition of
the person thus summoned, and make
such order as may be proper in the
premises, at any time previous to the
day appointed for hearing the cause
and the person so summoned as agent,
factor or debtor of the party defend
ant, shall be taken to have obeyed
Edorsement: L No. 7579, Reg. 4.
Page 43. Circuit Court. First Circuit
Cecil Brcwn, Plaintiff., v. Emmett
May, Emmett May, Trustee, Defend
ant. William Henry, William Henry
Receiver of the Fidelity Insurance
Company, Limited, Garnishee. Gar
Issued at 9:25 o'clock a. m., July
29, 1912. J. A. Dominis. Clerk. Re
turned at 10:25 o'clock a. m., August
7, 1912. J A. Dominis, Clerk. Alex
ander D. Larnach, Stangenwald Bldg.
Honolulu, Attorney for Plaintiff.
I certify the foregoing to be a true,
full and faithful copy of the origina
on file in the archives of said Court
Witness my hand and Seal of sai(
Court, at Honolulu aforesaid, this 3ro
day of October. 1912.
(Seal) HENRY SMITH. Clerk.
G3G'-Oct 7. 14, 21, 26; Nov 4, 11, IS
25; Dec 2. 9, 16, 23, 30; Jan C, 13
FTei-Tthlns in the nrintine line at
SUr-Bullelln. Alakea street; branch,
GETS MOVING PICTURES
OF SOUTH SEA LIFE
ArtM having sprht ( o!iM!'-! '
nine in .-Halving tlif customs nu-l -i -eiiiuliifs
1" th natives of th- South.
S'-a islands anii sft-uriim MiiUiiu
data. V. 15. HvK of Wash in-.it:. n. I
('.. who is a socially -o:ri:i.isiun'd
agmt of th- Smithsonian lnstitwcinn
an1 the tderal dpartni'-nt of .isri. u!
r.ire. passed through Honolulu on the
Ventura on .his way to the coast, ac
companied by Mrs. Hyde.
Mr Hyde took hai k with him '.'..'
feet of moving piiturv liiins of the
weird native customs and ceremonies,
and found experience in plenty in the
different fields wher his scientific
work and explorations carried him.
The data thai he gathered concerning
the people of the islands, fiom life in
a native hvr to the native ceremonies;
h which he was made a hiph chief of
the Samoans, is invaluable both to
himself and to the scientific institu
tion w hich he represented. The
phases of native life and ceremonies
u hich he secured through the medium ,
of the motion picture machine, so far
as is known, have never been record
ed before, many of which never left1
the South Seas Mn any manner what-
ever. Me traveieu principally ior nis
own amusement, his commission from
the government being in recognition
of his scholarly attainments and as
assistance in his chosen work.
While in, Samoa he arranged a trip
to the island of Snvaii, on which is lo
cated the famous volcano of Samoa.
As his guests he had Faamu-Sanii,
daughter ot King Maleatoa of Samoa,!
and her husband, Mulinuu. Faamu's
half-brother was ?n arrival in Hono
lulu yesterday, coming here to be edu
cated. The trip proved to be a try
ing one. and it was twenty-four days
before they were able to get passage
to Apia. Faamu. however, saw that
the party had the best of times while
among her native people.
ROMANCE IN iiONOLULU
MARRIAGE ON MAINLAND
Friends of Miss Louise M. Irwin j
and Mr. J. F. McCorkle of this city!
have received announcements of her
marriage to Mr. McCorkle, which
took place in Tacoma, Wash., on Oc
tober IT last. Miss Irwin was for
two years in -business here. She had
a hair-dressing establishment in the
Young Hotel building, and after leav
ing here touredY the Orient for some
months, returning to Hilo and spend
ing a month there with Mr. and
Mr. C. O. Hottel.
Mr. McCorkle was connected with
the von Hamm-Young Company auto
department for two and a half years,
and it was in this city that the ro
mance developed. The young couple
will make their home,, in Victoria, B.
C. Mr. and Mrs. Hottel accompanied
them to Tacoma and -after the mar
riage went to Victoria, where Mr.
McCorkle and Mr. Hottell have open
ed a large garage aafl rgeneral repair
ROCHA In Honolulu, November 2,
1912, to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rocha,
Third avenue, Kaimuki. a son.
CLEGHORN Nov. 3, 1912, at "Aina-
hau," Honolulu, to Mr. and Mrs.
Percy T. Cleghorn. a daughter.
(Xews originating day steamer willed)
The Duchess de Tallyrand, formerly
Anna Gould, is the victor in a suit in
Germany for $106,500, brought against
her by usurers.
In the Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii; at cham
bers in probate. , In the matter of
the Estate of Clara L. English, de
ceased. Order of Notice of Hearing
Petition for Administration. On Read
ing and Filing the Petition of Editfc
A. Miller, a niece, of Clara L. Eng
lish alleging that Clara L. English of
Honolulu, T. H., died intestate at Ho
colulu, T. H., on the 17th Gay of Oc
tober, A. D. 1912, leaving property
within the jurisdiction of this Court
necessary to be administered upon
and praying that Letters of Adminis
Lration issue to Hawaiian Trust Com
It Is Ordered, that Monday, the
25th day of November, A. D. 19U'. a
9 o'clock a. m., be and hereoy ;s ap
pointed for hearing said petition ii
the Court Room of this Court In th
)ld Y. M. C. A. Building in the Cit
and County of Honolulu, at which
ime and place all persons concerned
nay appear and show cause, if an
hey have, why said Petition shouh
aot be granted.
By the Court:
(Seal) JOHN MARCALLINO,
Clerk First Circuit Court
Dated Honolulu, October 19th, 1912
5372 Oct. 21, 28, Nov. t, 11
In the Circuit Court, First Circuit
Territory of Hawaii. In the Matter o
'he Estate of C. T. Akana. alias Chun
Iling Chee, deceased. On Reauin
nd Filing the Petition and account
f Henry Smith as Executor of th
xvill of said C. T. Akana, alias Chui
Hing Chee, deceased, wherin peti
ioner asks to be allowed $768.30 an
charged with $768.30, and asks tha
he same be examined and approved
?nd that a final order be made of DU
ribution of the remaining property t
he persons thereto entitled and di
harging petitioner and surei:es fron
ill further responsibility herein:
It is Ordered, that Monday, the 2n
ay of December. A. D. 1912. at '.
''clock a. m. before the Judge prt
iding at Chambers of said Court a
.is Court Room in the Old Y. M. C
V Building, in Honolulu. City am
bounty of Honolulu, be and the sam
.ere by is appointed the time an'
!ace for hearing t:aid Petition an
lecounts. and that all persons inter
sted may then and there appear an
how cause, if any they have, wh;
he same should not lie granted.
Bv the Court:
A. K. AON A.
Honolulu. T. H.. October 21. 1912.
5372-Oct. 21, 2S, Nov. 4, 11.
ARMY AND NAVY
t"apf lu-ur. Gustav lU-w-r. medical
director, I". 3. N.. in charge of the
Naval Medic J School and attached to'
the nim au of medicine and surgery of
the Navy Depirt merit, retired October
2S. lie hat; Iren detached from duty
and unit n l lume to avait retirement.!
('apt. Beyer :- a native of (;erm:::iy.
He was appoiited to the Mlital Corps
ot the navy ro:n New York .state in
lt'. He wasHSfigned to the .Medical
School two yars ago.
New spec ifations have been drawn
by the War department for the srou.
military aerolanes to be purchased
v it h the ttst expenditures of tne
$100,000 appppriation made by the
las- Cong res:
To effect fciy shipment by rail or
boat the maimum spread of the sup
porting f.urfaes is fixed at forty feet.
The engines or the two-passen?er ma
chine must t of American make, a
maximum sired of sixty-five miles an
htur is fixetjfor the larger machine.
1 iese are n features of the specifi
cations. It is requttd that the one-pa ssenge.
machine clitjb 1500 feet in three min
utes, carryirj: fuel for a one-hour
flight. Thei two-passenger machine
must rise 20p feet In ten minutes, car
rying 600 ptnds of weight, including
the aviator, jassenger, and lr0 pounds
of oil. Bothnachines must be capable
c' maKing sngure s wunin i rectan
le 500 yard by 250 yards, although it
is not requpd tnat extra weight be
carried durk these tests
The one-rissenger machine must at
tain a spee of sixty-five miles an
hour. The two-passengrr aeroplane
Piiist makebrty miles an hour, but
not more tm sixt-flve miles an hour.
Engines list be capable of being
throttled atjeduced speeds, both mi-
ohines musland and rise on plowed
ground, car ing full weight, and the
supporting trfaces must be large
enough to itisfy the army officers
that a safe iding adgle will be injur
ed. A two-iura continuous endur
auce test f( engines is provided.
Manufacters must provide a name
plate for t h, aeroplane, giving the
makers' ty and serial number, but
the paintin 3f names or similar mat
ter on any rt of the' machine is pro
hibited. Brig. Geiiames Allen, chief signal
officer of t United States 'armjv fn
ur. certain many macaines will be
purchased, der these specifications.
The speed quired fomttaining. cer
tain altitud the spread of the planes,
and other tails represent the latest
informatioi f the army aviation of
ficers on i itary requirements, com
bined wit! he maximum degree of
safety to tl aviator.
btfeut flagship of the A-
cn, Is at the Brooklyn
ith a broken propeller!
o, the yard after the re
craft at New York. - Her
view of wi
presence that of a dozen other
vessels war eported at the yard, but
fct stated that they went
there onlyjecause It 'was the regu
lar dockinime and they were to be
brushed uind-repaired in a -minor
injury to the Connecti-
The poskavings depository a3 an
the laying aside of mtm-
ey for thfroverbial rainy day i3
a report from the Pana
bne. Whereas June 30,
1911, canahd railway employes had
placed $33)0 in money orders pay
able to thselves at the office of
issue, JunO, 1912, five months after
the postaavings system hart been
sstablishe 1 the zone, the employes
had a to of $550,000 on deposit.
Of this aunt $357.00 was in the
postal sas banks.
Thirty 10ns were represented by
the 2402 ositors.
James ?e, British ambasador tt)
the Unite tates, returned to Wash
ington a an absence of six
months, s expected that the pro
test of " British government
against t provision allowing free
lassage the Panama canal to
American astwise trade will Le
me of thrst things to engage the
ittention the ambassador.
Since . assador Bryce was last
n Washi n he has visited, in
lompany 1 Mrs. Bryce, Australia,
'ew Zeal New South Wales, and
possessions. Since his
erica his latest book on
oui.h Anfa has been printed.
FARM INflNDER FORTY
FEET OF WATER
er torty feet of water
be rather difficult. It
s both d
bit and expensive work.
md is do
Ipon a vast scaie. There
er forty, fifty and even
salt water sometimes
haienty thousand acres un-
1 do not produce grain.
They are sometimes
'e than the vast grain
West. Oyster grounds
beeii for $700 per acre all
r propagated, seeded.
dcted, removed, replant-
and harvested all bv
large steamers being
hble of catching 1200
rs per hour from
lr grounds, as may be
sqare no longer in the
estuaries and rivers
oysters formerly grew,
f groat open hays and
'long Island Sound. Pe-
rs, Narragansett, Great
esapeake Bays, where
twept by the deep, pure
salt sea water, and
iducts of oysters is al-
d delicious. This ii
, which has practically
small, natural oystet
C. Q. Yce Hop
MEAT MARKET AND
Clothing and Shoes
Yec Chan & Co.,
BETHEL AND KING STS.
Fine Lint of Dry Goods
Wah Ying Chong Co.
King St. ..... Ewa F4hmarket
Grand Clearance Sale
KWONG SINO LOY
King Street - Near Bethel
Highest Quality of Material and
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.
1051 Fort Street
in Handsome Greys
W. W. AHANA,
62 SOUTH KING STREET
The Wong Wong Co.,
Builders and . Contractor
Office: Maanakea St.
L Chong 6 Co.,
Mattress Upholstering and Fur
' nlture Repairing ; 01 :
22 BERETANlA, nr. NUUANU
' You'll find what you want at tha v
ity. Hardware Co.,
fuuanu and - King 8 treats
Winu Choiig Co.
KING : 8Tn 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 SU at end of Bethel
Well stocked with New ' Drug
The Excliishe Agency for the
famoos KACYCLE Bicycles for
ISO So. King St. Tel. 2518.
Telephone 3197 P. O. Box 708
182 Merchant St., near Alakea
HONOLULU. T. IL
Y. TAKAKUWA. '
Japanese Provisions and
Nuuanu St., Near King St.
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE BEST MILK
FOR ALL PURPOSES
Your Grocer Sells It
The-efficient carbon paper.
A. H. ARLEIGII & 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
Horses for Sale
lioi.i tr-i WKflrlior'tfy and I.itk4
PAINTING A SPECIALTY
Wright - Hustace
KING AND SOUTH
PATTE R N HATS, IMPORT
ED MODELS and CLEVER
COPIES. New things by every
MILTON A PARSONS
1112 Fort SL Phone-3C83
MAC GREGOR 4 BLATT '
1130 Fort Street
Latsst Sty lea Only the Finest
' Material Used ;
7 t - .' ,
Miss Power. -
ir ? pattern" hnU recehed ' by
- " ' : the Siberia. ' ..
Second -Floor, Boston liloek.
' XACE -:i
Importers of Lace r Eurcpssa
' and Faney Goods
HOTEL, NEAR FORT-
NOW tON DISPLAY
Nuuanu Street, Hear Hotal'
DUY VOUn . r -.'
J A COD 8 ON D R O 8
Pantheon Block': Hottl CL
- r --r 'V.
. '".-.' V
CIGAR NOW 'UJn?
. LOANS NEGOTIATED
' Ctangenwald Building
WHEN YOU WANT FENCE
ALAKEA , 8TREET
! j -f v .
WILL DO IT
AND REAL ESTATE
OLIVER a L A N 8 1 N Q
80 Merchant Street
Only stabliihrnent on the Island
quipped to do Dry CUaning.
IF TOD WISH TO ADTEBTISE I3T
Anywhere at Anytime, Call On or
E. C. HAKE'S ADVERTISING
124 ftaasome Street Ham Ynrntln
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