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HONOLTJLTJ STAR-BULLETIN, THESTLl Y, PEC. JO, 1 012.
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Hawaiian, Lodge, 3rd - degree.
TH U R SO AY i - : J
Honolulu Commandery, Slat
ed, Election r Officer.
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FRlDAYt . ; .V;?' ,j
. Oceanic .Lodge. 1st decree, f
SATURDAY-. ' :-.' : '::
11 Aloha Chapter, !o. 3, 0
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AU visiting member ' of the
order are cordially invited, to at-'
Und meetings of local lodges. ,
0LULU LODGE, HL B. P. O. E.
vf- Honolulu Lodge No.
QYj 616, - B. P. O. J Elks.
' - meeU In their hall, oa
O.l King St, -near . Tort;
I At ever7 Friday evening.
Visiting Brothers are
cordially Inrited to aV
A. E. MURPHY, E. R.
11. DUNSHEE. Sec.
Meet on tbe 2nd
and -4th Mon-dayi-
moiita at ;K. I P.
Hall, 7:30 p.n.
" Mertbera of bth-
rln Ln;ners,..-C. ; AssociaUona
C:ntficlal :.. '-.'are ' cordially" ln
Atscclation ; Tiled to attend.
L ITcKIXLEY LODGE, 50. 8,
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v ( Ifeets ereiy 2nd and 4th Eatnr
day aTecing at 7: SO o'clock U
' K ct P. Hall, cor. Fort and
Deretaala. Visiting, brother
-lilly tarited to attend. ' : , v
A. F. GERTZ. C. C.
F. F. UILEET, K. &;
IIOXOLULC LOIJGE XO. S8, V
L. 0. 0. 21. v
i cett In OddrellowB bull Sir-,
t ttreet, near King,; eTerj Frliiy
:r- at 7:20 o'cloclc. ' ; '
. .;:cr brotiert cordially.; tarttri.
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AMEHOSE J. WIRTZ. DIcUtor.
JAi:r:3 W. LLOYD, Secretary. :
". Oahn Lodge, L. O.
G. T., will meet In tbe
roof garden.' Odd Fel
lows Bldg., first and
, third Tuesday at half-
fpast seTen p. o.
GEO., vr. PATY. Chief Temnlar.
Pasteboard Coxes in-many sizes,
covered with Holly and
Christmas Berry ces:jni., . ,
Ritfcons for tying ths packaje .
, a p d," Christmas Stickers.x :t-f
Ti6ue Paper.' in white
Colors, l-rl: '
Ceautlful , Christmas Carb's .to
s ,0 In the package. - ; . f "
, LImitea. ij :
'Alexander Young Building
A FEW CENTS
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v.ill Insure registered and unreglsteis
f d rarrjpls of merchandise by mall
r "ainst loss from any cause whatever.
HOME INSURANCE CO. OF HAWAII.
v.,.' - WD.
86 King Street, corner Fort
. - ; Limits . -y.:
" r...r Cucoesaors te -'V.--Crwn
A Lyon Ce Lttf.
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDINO
: rCvarything In Books" ,
The Office of the Wireless is In the
Telephone Building and is open on
v,eek days from 7 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.
and en Sunday mornings from 8. to
10. . Messages for ships at, sea. re
c;ived up to eleven every night. .
ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES
Tho Most Popular Candiea
'on tho Coast ''
HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTD.
':rl Fott St. Telephone UC4i i
:V Christmas Trees
' Order yours now. A telephone
' message ; will do. and makes
sure that you will not be disap
pointed.: :M Vee Hop
, ; , & Co.
: Phone 3UL
Best Xmds Goods
; 1 -AT-
Yce Chan & Co.
. - Kino & Bethel Sts. : '
Fine Line of Dry Goocfe j
Wali Ying Chong Co.
' King St. ..... Ewa Flshmarket
KWONG SING LOY "
King Street - Near Bethel
Exclusive ;5 Patterns'
in Handsome Greys
17. V. All AN A,-'
12 SOUTH KING STREET i
The Wong Vong Co.,
1 Builders and . Contractors .
." bfice: . ' llautatea 8U .
L Cliong Co., i
V. FURNITURE f
Mattress Upholstering and Fur .
niture Repairing J i
22 6ERETANIA. nr. NUUANU
You'll find what you want at the
. .- . - ',' "- -- -. ' .- ' ' i
City Hardware Co:,
" - f4uuanu and -King Streeta -i '
T7iiif: Clicirj Co.
KING ST- NEAR BETHEL
Dealers; In Fvrr.lture, Mattress
es, etCn etc. All kinds of. KOA.
and .WISSldN . FURNITURE
mads to order. : . : - ; y
NEW DRUG STORE
" SODA WATER FOUNTAIN J
HAWAII DRUG CO. i ?
42 Hotel SW at end of Bethel'
Weir stocked with New. Drugs
- end Novelties.
, . .Honolulu Cyclery ;
The ixcinsJre Agency for the
'famous UACICLE Bicycles for
Hawaiian Islands. - -
JS! So. King L TeL 2518. .
Telephone 3197 P. O. Box 708
' Vulcanizing Works :
ISJ Merchant SL, near Alakea
! V HONOLULU.; T. IL '"? "
.Japanese Provisions and
r, . General, Merchandise
'Kiiuanu St. ' Near King SL
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
. PIONEER , MILK -
THE BEST MILK
FOR ALL PURPOSES
Your Grocer Sella It
n : ii.od
The efficient carbon paper.;
v A. B. ARLEIGH 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.
131 FORT STREET -
Highest Quality of Material and
, Best Workmanship '
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.
1051 Fort Street
HOW TO HAVE
A GOOD COLOR
Ecautyrcal be&cty is mere than
skin tlep. No cosmetic in tl.e moikl.
can givetliewliokswnefolor; the bright
. ejf-e, t!e cloar tramrarcnt skin tliat is
t!ie natural reiltof imre blocxl, projer
diet and. hygienic baOtta of daily life.; :
: Itsoundaeasy and it is eajy for
woman to have the Leanty wlikrli l.ealth "f
alone can give. - A eae and efliti-ut
tonic if tlie blowl is weak, thin or im
pure (Dr. Williams' Pinlt 111U for
l'aleProp!e are espn-ially remmmend--
ed), tie avoidance of fools wliirli will
csnse eruptions, and regular bcthing
4f the skin. That is all aiid it is tl.e
only way. ' 3Iost wonen will be iutcr
eated in the following stateutent: .
3Irs. P D. Sowers, of No. ?03 East
2nd ttrctt, Iuscatinp, Iowa, raja:
"I am glad of tliC opportnu!ty to
prai Dr. WUlUms' Iiu5c l"ills for
through tlicir use my life was epamL''
"Wlienl was eighteen years oM, 1 I
came pale ami weak; I was drowy and
could not hold my liead o;. 1 was
dizzy and tired. I didn't 'care for any-,
tiling and talked only, when ipoken to.
Jly heart was very weak and whenpA er
I exerted any strength I Ni-ame sick at
the ttomaelu I hid a fluttering of tho
heart and would get so dizzy that I
could not stand. : I m ti pale and be
came so weak that I had to leave school,-.;,
I grewi worse a! U of i the. time and
although tlie doctors c'.ianped my medi
cine every time "ihey caie they were
unable to lielp mc. 1 had been uiidertlia
doctors care "for.jelevea long montlis
and:tliey to!d my parents .that thfy
. iearedl was poing Into Consumption.
It was tJt this tiute, a friend persuaded
me to ci ve or tle doctors medicine
L and try Dr.. Williams' link Pills; r
VI can hardly desenr - the great
change for the better that soon came
over me.' " My appetite picked op and
ray eyes became so mncli brighter." 1
: became healthier in every way, had a
good, clear color and soon felt entirely
well. : There never, were happier people
tha i we. I am always watching for a
rhanoe to recommend Ir. "Williams .
Pink PUls." ;-.,-: -
Write to the Dr. Williancs Melicine
Co., Box 176, &-3iehec-taly, N. V., for
a free booklet, ''Plain - Talks- to Wo
onen.'! . It shonhl be read by every woi
jnan and growing girl. ; A free sample
of the new .'-.laxative 4 'Pink lets' -will
a'?o be sent you. Shouhl jou be tin
ahle to obtain Dr. Williams' I'ink PilJs
for Palo People, in our locality they '
win - ue tKUit jpqsipaiu,. on .receipt oi
price, fifty oents per box j Eix bores for
.0TICE OF SALE OF RESIDENCE
;: - .'" " LOTS. :
1- The following residence lots situated
at Auwaioliniu; City ; and County o
Honolulu, will be orreredfor sale at
public auction, at the following upset
prices, at; the front door of the Cap!
toLiHonolulu, at 12 o'clock noon, Tties
day. 'Decembe r 3 1 , fi 9 1 2 ; : r f .- -
r Terms of SaleiCaSh or one-fifth of
the purchase pricedown and, tne bal
ance ;ln equal payments Jnj jme;:.tw'o,
three "and. "(our (1; 2.'3 and :4)' years
respectively with interest: at -six; per
cent (B'vcy.per annum. Vv 1 ": '
?No person will be allowed I to pujr?
chase more thaa one lot. -:'''-'-'
The proceeds; from the sale of these
lots as far' as- necessary iwill be ex
pended for improvements in this tract.
Purchaser to pay ost of patent and
stamp.: - .; - :; 1-'4. i:. -1 ;''-'.-;-'
J ':-V ': ''.'):-- Area- . .r ; .'
v :'r. -y x y ; sq. Ftr Pu -: -;
v' '.; ,--v'.:5 Lot ; more r Appraised
Block: ''No..-'-' or less.; VaUe.
f ,-- '- Q
io '., .. .. a -
tc -.' - : - 9"
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; 7.1I8 :
;i 1.484 r
' 4.761 :'
For maps and information apply at
the office of the Commissioner of Pub
lic Lands1, Capitol Building, Honolulu.
.';. r: JOSHUA D. TUCKER. v
- Commissioner of Public Lands.
- Dated at Honolulu, Oct 28, 19 12.
OCt 29; Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26; Dec. 3. 10.
,i ,.;. ' : 17, 24, 30.. , :.
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" : ' COFrmVNTKO WO V'--' .
L Scoutmasters of; Honolulu, are re
quested to meet at the DoDe House,
Kawaiabao Lane. Tuesday, December
10th, at 8 o'clock. Bring note books.
Executive Committee and .Court of
Honor; please attend., We must de
cide on the Inter-scout-troup competi
tion records, and pass ;bh new scout
masters.:. There are many other ques
tionsBe prepared to stay late.
l.y? ; ; . J. a; WILDER,
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It Is believed that a peaceful settle
ment can be made between Turkey
arid the; Balkans, and that, the clash
letween Austria and Seryia may; ho
verted. -. ' . . ?
Si ' " "
; f Aisoclat-d Vresa CMH
AVASHLVGTOX. Dec. , 9. Ambassa.
dor James Bryce, representing Great
Britain, presented the. State Depart
?Zt..t l ?PPteen; P-
LJeS 55j iV?eW n 0f, thC
nLvLif ?S ?AMl,lppl5gftro:n
Payment of tolls through tne Panama
:V''-:-' '' " ' ' ' "-'
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To thft Advftrtiser
mTm mmm "TTTT-" mmmmmmmmmm-; the partnership agree menu ; It was
Dispatches from" ' Galllpoll report specified ' that the- ships of- all na
terrible excesses. : by the ' ' Turkish ; tions i were ; to have the ; same treat
troops In that district. Tb telegraph ment . Then Panama . made , to-- the
lines have been cut beyond Gallipolhj United States a grant of the use and
and the military authorities have or-j occupation of a strip of territory
dered out a detachment cf troops to across the Isthmus to be used for the
punish the Christian residents : j construction, of a canal in accordance
r : The authorities of ' Janlna report! with the terms and stipulations in
that eighteen battalions', comprising this treaty with Great Britain.; Our
the regiments , of the Monasur army, j Congresses passed a law which gives
have reached there with artillery andl free transit to American ships en
ammunition, thus ? stengtheiiing the gaged in coast-wise trade while pass
Turkfsh position--.., at this important - tog ' between our Atlantic coast and
point.- : .'; -:',V;-vj - jour. Pacific coast, while tolls; are to
The accumulaUon .-of , Austrian 'be imposed upon British ships pass
troops on- jthe Servian frontier and the ing between British : ports on the At-brovocative-
lansnae of the ' Vienna HantiC' and British ports on the Pa-
newspaperi, havo Jed to renewed ex -
cltement and warlike feelings in Ser-1
via. ' The newspaper JPrawia, voicing
the" prevailing. Irritation. sis: .! '
If Austria -wlshea'.war : with -"Serrla
It wM.. come..!-It ill beUiie most
bitted - fight . in history. Uvery Ser-
vian msui andjwomanyouns and old ,vnsress lates a aurerent view or tne
alike will take, park in It. and Aus '.construction of the treaty, and it has
tria will 4 .haYe lo..,.extermaiate the passed this law which Great Britain
whole Servian nation. ief ore - con- fays violates it and the question is
Guerlner.iL'.- ... - , ,. ' now to come. What is to be -done
quenngjt.,... ''- r-,v about .It? We have a .treaty: with
odalism has Brltain. under which we have
ihe House of Lords.; i The-roil of the- aSreed that all questions arising up
Fabian Society ; has . just: lieen ang-, n -thV,ntr3!Lre!tio?f tr,eatiS
mented by the, name pf , Earl Russell.i De submitted to - arbitration, and it
a, peer who is the great-grandson M hardly conceivable; yet there
u n,.v . f narife . onri mmn' are men who Say that we will never
of Lord John . Russelhtfa former Pre -
mipf " ..f i k';v:?
mier.. - ,. y , , .h 1:;- - - ;
W Gen ThomasUL ;BarrK - com-
i5lV. k -i..wn,.f. i,pt
and vfoftner head i ofi .the H Mi.itary
Acatjemy at West Poiait,? Is slated ja$
flis niiK nhlaf nf staff mopr1in M-
jor GeneralrtvWcod.v jftceordlng lo- a
tion ? Wf2f r or toa v,,- rr ;:;'
To permit Presid
o; become, famHiar, . wkh .h
. rx it n otwi m l
is to invite Governor, and - Mrs. W II- f
son to spend several days; in January
at: the exocutive. mfinslon.-according
to an announcement- iij -Washington
today, r :- - .r'v:-. r-':?'
t ii-y? : :- i:rpm
Unsparing - condemnation ; of those
who would from "misplaced senti
ment or lazy ; self-interests" cast the
Filipinos upon the . world In a state
of hopelessness, and before , they have
acquired, the .full benefits of Ameri
can civilization, was- a strong feature
in. the annual report .of Secretary of
War Stimson...a y Vc:v - U 'r
Three million .seven, hundred and
fifty thousand dollars is sura
which hes been paid o "Crish. a
clerk at Melbourne, who ; Iras been
successful In devising andv selling , an
Invention to an American firm which
til i-ll.tu - .Y..Z amIA ?f hik 1 ft
wilt enureij - ieuiuuuuuc vm.tDfr;lireamg of nh nHnnhomnM-tho
storage ; inausiry.
Chairman McComb of the Demo-
cratic national committee,' conferred
today with Speaker Clark, Tlepresen
tative Underwood and other Demo
cratic leaders, - and had a ptivate
lunch with Secretary Hilles, at which
the organization of the Wblttf House
offices was. discussed.';. ?
; " . Senate. .; - ' '
'Senate proceedings: Senator Over
man Introduced a joint resolution to
day, authorizing a joint inauguration
committee: of six members. ;
Senator: Works of ;- California spoke
at length, advocating : a single sixt
yearpr sidentlal term,
- President-TaftT transmitted the re
port of the economy and efficiency
commission recommending .radical
Changes In the patent office proced
ures. .. .j ' '-: ' -..'"'
,: Vf" " - House. .'- ,'.
Democratic ' members - of the ways
and means ' committee conferred , on
plans for tariff revision at the spe
cial session. '" ' . -.
Representative Allen introduced a
resomtlori proposing a general inves
tigation of ' the . canning industry.
Hearings will begin January 6.
Vehement denial ; of knowledge" of
any dynamite conspiracy within the
ranks of their organization, was voic
ed from the witness stand at Indian
auolts today by ''defendants- Charles
Wachroelster and Frank- J. Murphy,
of Detroit, officials of. the Interna
tional Association or Bridge and
Structural Iron -Workers, at the trial
of the union men Charged with illeg
ally transporting dynamite.
!t Eddie- Murphy. ' of Boston, started
active training in Chicago today for
a- battle with'' Pickey ' McFarland,
scheduled for December 1C. at Ken-;
osha Wisconsin. McFarland also be
pan training today. Both men are in
fine condition. ; .
Frank Moran, the Pittsburgh heavy
weight, has joined the brigade of
"white hopes" wintering in Los An
geles, with the hope of becoming in-
volved in the heavyweight scramble
being staged by Promoter iicCare,
He sees a good matcfiwltb McCarty
tnd Flynn. v .
Piesident Taft today tentatively
selected December 19 as the'date" lor
starting for Panama. His intention
i n vis 1 1 t he 1 st hm u3 be f ore gol ng out
j of office was Influenced, partly al
j least, by President-elect WKson a de--cisiou
not to do so.'-. ,' . " : ' -.. .: ? r
ROOT'S PLEA FOR ;
r NATIONAL HONOR
At the 144th annual banquet of the
New Vorfc chamber of commerce. Sen
ator Boot referred to the period of
rest : succeeding the elections - as a
Masses in the country misunderstood
the spirit of self-government 'There
thousands of people outside of
'the indu8tTiaI ciasse:nvho thought the
jbody he addressed a den of thieves.
Speaking of the Panama Canal act
Senator Root said : v ' , '" ' -.
f "We have "now approached a: ques
tion which will test the willingness
of the American people to be true to
the- ideals of self-government show
ing that a democracy can be "honor-
able and just Under the, agreement
' made Great Britain retires from her
nnsitfnn iiul nvor tn tho TTnttMl
! States all the rights she had under
, clflc, and upon all other forelgn ships,
A "Now, Great Britain claims that
;tDat Is a violation of the treaty which
jwe made with her and : in accordance
i1 ..which . by; express provisions con-
tained Jh our grant from Panama we
were to" bnild . attd . open the canal;.
if.1 ae construc-
tIon of t11111' treaty, and I say to; you
fthat if , we refuse to arbitrate It. We
5 wlJ? LSl V$ if ' m
.cliai't-wto Is known to all the wcvld
Jl f!?! ;XL'; mlsen. -
plause and cheers.)
'"With our nearly four, thousand
million of foreign trade, we will stand
n. tne "world of commerce as a mer-
the people on this earth whey hope for
the light' of our multitude of declara-
tIons for arbitration and ; peace dis-
prp(t.pd Hiahnnr, r-- JtX
ft?15? VT J" JLi
With the self-respect . '. of Americans
gone; with the influence of America
for advice along the pathway of pro
gress, and civilization annulled, dis
honored! and disgraced. 1 That ques
tion stands among us and ' no '. true
American can faiL to use his, voice and
his Influence; upon that question for
his country's honor. (Applause.) -
"If we .are lovers of liberty and
justice,, if we ?re willing to do as the
nation what we feel bbund todo as
individuals In our ; communities then
CU8sfng Vwin?h Rniv rirh
Countless generations to come Ameri-i
cang wiJ1 stI1 be brothers as they
were in the days of old, leadings the
Lworid toward happier lives and nobler
manhood toward tne realization' of
. - .... i
propnets for a better and nobler,
world..' :' .- ' '-- .
' CommentJn nn Iheca romot-o f
Senator Root the New York: Journal
cf Commerce says:
"This is strong language, but it is
memorable 'and will not; be forgotten
ag coming from the lips of one of
jthe ablest x of American Senators,
iThere is scarcely a doubt that If the
Jcuestlon shouldbe. submitted to im
partial : arpitratlon, It would be de-
cided against bur Government It ,1s
probably a realization ; of that fact
that . has induced the ., extraordinary
attitude of those who say.there should
be a refusal to submit it It indi
cates a , consciousness of wrong - in
their position. To have it submitted
and have an adverse decision ? would
produce a deplorable effect upon pnf
lics feeling however just the decision
might be.; The; only.; escape from
either dishonor of humiliation is the
repeal by Congress of the,, provision
in the Panama Canal act which
Creates , th A diemma - That nne-ht tn
he done at the earliest opportunity.
It Is demanded, not only for the sake
of American honor, but (or the saLJ
of the material interests of the Unitel
States in a long future. To ad hero
to an act of perfidy will not pay.
Honesty is the best policy in the deal
ings of nations as of men."
BEWARE OF COLDi.
Chlldren are much more likely to
contract the contagious diseases when
they have colds., Whooping-cough,
diphtheria," scarlet fever, and con
sumption are . diseases that are often
contracted when the child has a cold.
That is why all medical authorities
say beware -of colds, "For the quick
cure of colds you will find nothing
better than-Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy. It can always be depended upon
and Is pleasant and safe to take. Ft
sale" by all dealers. Benson, Smith ft
Co., Ltd., agents for Hawaii. adver
tisement . Everything la the printing line al
Star.Hullelln, Alakea street branch,
: X 7
You can strengthen
the system, keep the
bowels open, prevent
Malaria, Fev er and
Ague by taking the
Bitters. ;S :'L 1:;
For tale by Benson. Smith ft Co
Ltd., Chambera Drug Co Ltd.. Hllc
Drug Co. and at all , wholesale liquor
' Office of the Board cf Health. Ho
nolulu, Hawaii, December 2. 1912. f ,
TENDERS FOR .PURCHASE OF
X f HIDES. ;.'-';r. .;: :
Sealed tenders; in ' duplicate. en
dorsed "Tenders foY Purchase of
Hlles, for the purchase of hides le
longlng to the" Board of Health; for
the period , of six months from Jan
ary' 1st. 1913. to. June 30th,. 1913, will
be received -at the office of the Board
of Health until 12 o'clock; noon. Do
cember 16th, 1912.: ; : ; ' -
; j Tenders must be for the price per
pound - (or . hides delivered on the
wharf at Honolulu, on weights ap
proved by an agent of the Board of
Health. -; 1-';- ;' 1
Payments required In U. S. GolJ
coin . Immediately after delivery.
The Board does not bind itself to
accept the highest or-any bid. :
, THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
: t ; ; By Its President
Cw ': '';-' .'- J. S. B. PRATT,
,:; .;' ?; 5407-iot - r
Office of the Board , of Health. Ho
G.olRltt;HawaiL December 2, 1912. ?,
TENDERS FOR BEEF CATTLE.
Sealed tenders,' . in - duplicate, : en
dorsed "Tenders for Beef Cattle." will
be received " at - the office -of the
Board of Health until -12 o'clock noon.
Monday. December lfith, . 1912, for
supplying the. Leper Settlement. ..Mo
lokalwith' beef cattle for the .'period
of six months from January 1st-1913,
td June 30th, 1913, under the follow
ing conditions, namely: "
1. The bidder must offer to fur
nish far beef cattle to weigh not less
than,; 350 pound3 net when dressed,
in lots averaging about ''. 0 head per
month, more or less, as may be spe
cified 'by: the' Superintendent ' of .the
Leoer Settlement, . delivered - at the
Leper; Settlement, MolokaLr For "fur
ther information apply at the office
of the Board of Health, Honolulu. .
2. Hides, tallow and offal to be the
property of the Board of Health. V
3. x Each bid must be for the pries
per pound live weight,; with an. alter
native offer of a price per head.
: ; 4. . The successful ; bidder. mu3l
agree that all cattle are; offered -for
delivery subject to the .right of the
Superintendent, of the Leper Settle
ment to reject - any -or, .all unfit for
use, in which event other cattle must
be forthwith furnished to make up th3
required . number " and those rejected
forthwith removed at the expense oi
the bidder. ; ' . ;' '
; ill. bids must be submitted inac
cordance with, and subject to the pro
visions and ; requirements of Act 62,
Session Laws 1909. ' ' '
Tenders must be accompanied by
a certified check equal in amount to
5 per cent of the tender on the basil
cf .60 head pef : month weighing net,
when dressed, 350 pounds each. : i
THE BOARD OF HEALTH,
By its President
J. S. B. PRATT.
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SEALED TENDERS.! ,
, Sealed Tenders wih be received by
the Board of Harbor Commissioner.
of the Territory of Hawaii up "tintil
2 p. m ot Friday, December 27, 1912,
for constructing a wharf and approacn
at Kihel, Maui. ' ..'
' Plans, specifications and " blank
forms of tender are on file in the of
fice of the . Chairman Capitol, Build
ing, Honolulu. .." f "
The Board of Harbor Commission
ers reserves the right to reject any or
all tenders. " i ' 'i , ' ' - "' .'' ' :. '
. : j H. K. BISHOP.;
Chairman Board of Harbor
' . Comraisisoners. ' " r ;
Honolulu; November 27, 1912. '
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
. Prof. L. A. de -Graca has removed
his studio to 42IBeretania St. opix
site Dr. Straub's Sanatorium.
. - 5401-lm. . .,
" NOTICE. ':-' '.
. HONOLULU- AUTO STAND
Behn & B-nford. Tel. 2399.
Mr. C.A. Gullck is no. longer in our
Service as a driver. He U not au
thorized to run arty bills in ,onr, name
nor to collect - -; any, accounts due
either C . II." Behn or W. Ileuford. :
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