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Andirons, Fire
Sets, Brasses
MA Will A SOUTH
81'IS CUBIO CO.
Tesnr Bafldlof
Straw
V the latest out $1.75 to $3.50
H. Af ong Co,
; Hotel and Bethel St.
Goodbye, Sam, sorry you're
not coming, too! How'll I reach
you by mail?"
"Hm! Better write 'care the
Palm Cafe'. I don't know any
other, home!"
Open for .business with a large line of
i DRY GOODS f AND GENERAL FUR
NISHINGS.
, L. CHONG,
1551 Kins, nr. Bethel Tel.
4499
Geo. A. Martin
. .. MERCHANT -TAILOR
Moved te Fort Above Hotel St,
"V
BLOM
orter Fort St
Imp
NEW OAHU CARRIAGE MFG. CO.
Wholesale and 'Retail Dealers In Car
. riage and Wagon Materials and ;
; V;' Supplies.
Carriage Makers and General Repair
era. Painting, Blacksmithing,
Woodworking and Trimming
Queen BU - i r. Priartn pnarf
Newest and Best
. V i.
T7HITE
SOAP
: be the bar
Picture Framing !
Also developing, - printing aid ' enlar
' . tag. ArUiti' materials. ;..
HONOLULU PICTURE FRAMING
. . wv- SUPPLY CO.
r j
iciure
Neatly"-and Promptly Done by Men
Who Know How. V ,
C I TY
24
MERCANTILE
Hotel St. nr. Nuuanu
C O
U:tchmal;er and Jeweler
Why pay such absurd prices for your
j .Repairing
When you can get the following prices
Wr-tch Cleaning $1, mainspring $1
rtesulating 60c At J. STAR'S
1C3 notel St Opp. Young Hotel
V : " : " :
rtone 4518. Treatments at Your Res
DR. & MADAME GIRARD
Successors to Dr. Birch
Sanitary Chlropodiata. w '
orfice Hours; 9 a. m. to 4:30 p. m:
Als tea St Opp. Hawaiian Hotel
Investigate the merits of the .
FRISBIE HIGH SPEED MOTOR
BOAT GAS ENGINE. ; :
tcfore buying your motor boat engine
HONOLULU
IRON WORKS
CO.
New Line of '
DEL MONTE" CANNED GOODS
Table Fruits and Vegetables.
KAtMUKI GROCERY CO.
Cor. - Waialae . Road and Koko Head
Avenue - i Phon 3730
Wall & Dougherty
WATCH REPAIRING
Alexander Yeun Kultdlnt
W H I TEW IN G S
Stands for -
White Soap
All Grocers Sell It."-'
EORCEGROVTl!
WILU DO IT
REDUCTION SALE
; 4 ' Everything Reduced, '.:
AMERICAN DRY, GOODS CO.:
Hotel SU BetheL
rraming
mmmmmmmimmmmmammmmmammmimmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmtmmam i t . - - ; : . -
' 1 mi n m a n Tfi tiimmm mm : .
Clean Milk
Healthy Cows
The cows which furnish pur
milk are regularly Inspected for
health 'and not allowed to re
main in' our producing dairies
unless In excellent physical
condition.
Honolulu Dairymen':
Association
Phone 1542.
GASOLINE
25c per gallon
Von
Hamtn - Young
CO;, Ltd
Honolulu, 1-4
1914
American Understand
Models
On! CXHI8ITI0N
NOW READY FOR DELIVERY
Geo.-C. BecKIey,
fhont 5 COS
aoio OwritoHor
Ladiev Panama Hats-
AT REASONABLE PRICES I
HONOLULU HAT CO. .
- r Hotef opp. Bethel St
Honolulu Cyclery.,
The Exclusive Agency for the
famous RACYCLE Bicycles - for
Hawaiian Islanda
"X
180 -So. King 6t.
jWisia
Agents fpr Flying Merkel and ;
Luxe, and Motor SupplitM.
De
Skilled. Mechanica for
w..: t v work. .
Pauah! nr. Fort St
all Repair
"Tet 2051
Jold, $llver, Nlcket and Copper P'ot
Ing. Oxidizing a Speciaity. 4
HONOLULU ELECTRIC CO. i
dates ; Moderate, Work ' UnsurpM
-':';; Experienced Men. V ,
'. Cor. Bishop and King Sta. 5.
';.?" -The .':----;:';
TAI8HO VULCANIZING CO,
Awtot Motorcycle and Bicycle
: Also Tube Repairing.
LTD
Tlioa
ts Merchant nr. Alakea.
; S. 8AIKI, Mgr.'
Tel 1 19' '
;
Jaaam "
.. . ;,
rf
All kinds Wrapping Papers and
Twinea, Printing and Writing Papera
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER
SUPPLY CO, LTD. V . . J .
Port and Queen Streets ' Honolulu
Phone 141$ Geo. Q. Guild, Gen Mar,
PACIFIC ENGINEERING
COMPANY, LTD.
Conaulting, Designing and -Constructing
Engineers.:'
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Strue
tures. Steel Structures, Sanitary Sya-,
tema, Reports and EsUmates on Pro-
Jects. Phone 1045.
"
We carry the most complete line
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
tn the Ctty
01
JAMES GUILD CO.
Victor Records
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
Udd Fellows' Block Fort St
Thdycr Picno Co. Ltd,
. STEINWAY !
AND OTHFR PIANOS
156 Hotel Street. Phone 2311
TUNING GUARANTEED
from
Gity
HONOLULU
I I llll II lilMIV I II filltlil lllll 111 II I II U y I
M M H M J M V H H IV B H .1 H S a m 1 AM m . 1
CONFER WITH
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That the Hi!o Board of Trade will
have, what - might be termed an ex
fficio representation on the Promo
tion Committee, is the information
contained in a letter received by John
M. Ciles, who is handling the canf
paign cf "See Hawaii First Inaugur
ated by the Hilo body, inviting him to
attend the weekly meetings. .
This is the first time that Hilo has
been brought into direct touch with
Honolulu in connection with prompt
lion work and it should be productive
ot good results. '
: Speaking of the new order of things,
Giles expressed his appreciation of
. the committee's action. To a great
i many people," he said, "the matter
, ! f my being present, at the meetings
,of the Promotion committee may not
have anx significance. I, however,
m more than pleased, for I look on it
las one of the most important s eps
; that has yet been takjen towards brla
ir.g the islands closer together and do
..' ing away, with the misunderstanding
, that , has ao long existed v
j "The fact of my being sent to Hono
'lulu to represent the Big Island means
j more than simply something to bene
fit the people down there. It means
that the spirit of co-operation is com
ing into its own and' this . action of
the committee is the first logical step
toward the final goal and the time
when all the islands will stand shoul
der to shoulder and pull together for
the benefit of the territory. Instead of
-'mrh milline for itsown particular In-
f 'itroulo it af th iirpRpnt ttm.
I - "The letter from the. promotion com
. ir it tee came as a complete surprise to
' me but a very pleasant one.
, A public hearing on the two new
acta providing , for Btreet-improve-
1 ments-by-assessment will be held in
the chamber of the" supervisors Mon
- day evening. Supervisor litetrie, chair
man of the meeting, has sent mvita-
' tlona. to Senator Albert Judd and At
torney Charles R. Hemenway to; te
present at the meeting.. Senator Judd
Introduced the measures in the sen
i Rta HnHnsr thn lai?t KpRsion of the leg
islature and fought lor. their passage;
Attorney Hemenway wrote the acts.
1 Considerable interest is show in the
meeting. A large number of persons
i will probably: be present ;; Supervisor
Petrie has obtained from P. L. Weav-
t er, first deputy city '.and county attor-
ney, opinions on the two laws, in the
form of an analysis."' wbich he will
use at the meeting. : :- , ' ' N
; With the new statutes on the
books he plans to have much street
Improvement work done under them;
BY GR.4ND JURY
Four Indictments were returned by
the teritorial grand Jury late yester
! t.ay afternoon and the four accusel
men were arraigned before Circuit
Judge Robinson this morning, all cn
, t-rlng please of not guilty. One is
accused of murder in the first degree,
; two are held for burglary and the
lourth for assault and battery with a
--oeadly weapon. :. u
I On the evening cf June 17, Seraplo
Adaban. a Filipino workman ; at the
Ewa plantation, returned home to find
a countryman, Victor Cerbantez. w ith
his wife, i Picking up a cane knife,
the husband promptly slew Cerbante.1?.
thn calirly waited until the wife had
gene out and notified the authorities
and the latter ' had appeared on - the
Ecene, when he : surrendered veice
ably.'; -: : ' s;;' ; -.' :.V;--vjKM ,'
After entering his' plea of not guilty
to the charge of ; murder this morn
ing, Adaban informed the court,
through an, Interpreter, that he had no
luuds to obtain an attorney, and Leon
M. Straus was, appointed to prepare
Ms defense. This, as well as the
ether, cases, will not be sjbt for trial
until the September term 'of court 13
, Pedro 0rado, accused of burglary in
the firsl dcgree, in breaking into the
'room of Leong Nabong ahd taking a
quantity cf valuables on" the night of
July 11, also pleaded lack of fnuds and
George A. Davis was appointed his
counsel, Kim Hawk So, -'held on a
charge cf breaking into the home of
Hagiwara on July 9- and carrying
away 'a number of articles explained
that his wife has S45 in cash and that
he., may be able to Induce her to em
ploy counsel for him. hence the court
did not attempt to select his attorney.
' Noa W. Aluli was appointed. to de
fend Dionisio Mutuk, indictefl for as
saulting Lum Tuck with a knife cn
July 7. .' ;."'
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Ctjir.Ralletiii tA4aya new Tftday.
recommended by
many prominent
priests and cler
gymen for bron
chitis, aslhma,
coughs and throat
affections. ;
- Brown's
Bronchial
Troches,
PR
I0TERS
'v. - -
mmaa- i i i ' - '
TOlDISCUSS NfW
' its'
FOUR INDICTED
STAB - BULLETIN,
FRIDAY,
BANANACLAIH
The banana claims court was ap
prised last nisht cf the facts in con
tecticn with that ; claim asking dam
ages for the destruction cf a "cork-.'
tccew". Kaaipuca. the claimant in
this case. Informed Chairman Rawlins
end his confreres that it was not a
corkscrew, but aa auger, statins the
expressive - Hawaiian word had' been
misinterpreted. '" j
' Kaaipuaa's workshop was destroyed
during the mosquito campaign, and he
filed a list of items for carpenters
tools that he ? afd had been used by
his grandfather and had been stored
In the little shen. 'His entire claim
tctaied abcut $1100. I
It also developed that Kaaipuaa was
Inclined to blarae the: health authori
ties .for the sudden raise in his rent. j
Up to the time of the banana cam
paign he had been using a lot of the
Bishop estate as tenant-at-will, payin;,
$11 a year, but from the time the Ka-j
hhi camp was desjtroyed the rent has
been established at $120 a year. He t
Mas Inclined to think the campaign
was responsible for the increased cost
of existence and should pay the differ
ence in rentals.
LOCAL - S
UPSET STOMACH
VPao'e's CiapepsinV Overcomes
Your Indigestion in Five
Minutes '
Wonder what, upset your stomaii
which portion of the food did the dam
agedo you? Well, don't bother.' If
your stomach Is In a revdlt; if sour,
gatsy and upset and what;you Just ate
has fermented Into ; stubborn lumps;
your nead dizzy and aches; belch gas
es and acids and eructate undlgeited
food; breath foul, tongue coated Just
take a little Diapfrnsin and tn five min
utes you truly, will wonder what be
came of the Indigestion and digtress.
Millions of men and women today
krow that It is needless to have a bad
eiromach. A little Dlapepsln occasioa
ally keeps this delicate organ regulat
ec1 and they eat their favorite foods
without fear.
If your stomach doesn't take care
Of your llberat'Iimlf wlthotit, rebellion;
if your food Is damage Instead of. a
help. remembeV ' the tiulckest,, surest
most harmless 'relief Is Pape's Dia
pepsin which costs only fifty-cents for
a large case at Vlrug storeE. It's truly
wonderful lt,; digests fo)d -and sets
thlngB ctraighUso gcnUy f.nd easilv
that It is really aston'shlng. Plense.
for your sake, don't go on and on with
a weak disordered Roma-h; -it's so
unnecessary. advertisement. ; r.
Forgot
Himself.
Old Ladv, (to ; beggar at door).
Lady, (to
What's this soiled paper T You'll have '
to tell me what'lt says, for I haven't
my glasses.. e
Beggar. Please, mum, it says I'm
deaf and dumb, and can ycti sparo" me
a few cents. "
- Mrs. Jennie May Eaton s to be
tned for the murder cf her. husband;
admiral Joseph Eaton. She is" charg
ed with putting poison in his coffee.
"Germany is to have new artillery
and a fleet of cruisers for foreign ser
vice.' ... '-
i Dr. 'S. Suychiro. professor of inter
national law-in the University of Ki
oto, has - come4 to : San "Francisco to
study Immigration conditions affect
ing tho Japanese. ; . , '
' AlaAans. are stampeding to Shus
hana river, where a. bfg placer strike
is reported.
NEWMAN SAYS,
Watcli for1 the 13th of August
WANTED;
Private work in millinery and dress
making at home. Dressmaker, 726
Beretanla Ave. 5612,-1 w.
Small second-hand cash register in
good condition Address A. DJ this
office. . 561?2t
FOR SALE
Ford runabout In good- condition,'i$200,
snap. Party leaving islands! and
must sell. Address CM. M. this
office. ' 5612-tf.
FOR RENT.
Two mosquito-proof rooms, large, airy;,
own entrance; five minutes. from
postof flee. 1435 Fort St. 'p3.12"-tf-'
SPTS S
Part of store or office spare- with
show window
Schnerr,
So.
Beretanla St.
. . TAILOR
o61l-tf
fc
Sheu Lun, Merchant Tailor. Latest
style suitings made to order. Perfect
fit guaranteed. Nuuanu nr. King St
''- 5612-3m
BOOK STORE.
Bought sold and exchanged, .iachnol
A SOUK
GASSY
. . ! 7i : '
: books our specialty. Pictures framed
and enlarged. L. Kahn, 12S0 Fort St.
56l2-3m :
AUGUST f 1913.
Are, You III?
. , i
Use
Nyal's "
Remedies
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' f : .,'!; .''s--)- '
One for Every III
v HOXLISTER
DRUG CO., LTD,
Fort Street
.1
i
The Hawaiian News
-Co., Ltd. -
extends a "
, ' cordial Invitation .
i - V to the' , :
Ladies of the City
to inspect ?
the new s l '
Dinner Frivprs ,
and ' -
the recent Importation of "
:Dennison
, Paper Napkins
and
Doilies
f Young Building.
. German Confectionery a1d Bakery
AntonJ Stance & Brdi
. TTe guarantee Best Materials used.
Alalea nr; Beretanla. Auto delivery.
TeL'3793.
WIRELESS MESSAGES
GET THERE - and,, QUICKLY
Phone, 1574
HORSES
From Seattle, per Mexican, fine
large work and driving horses.
Club Stables
Tel. 1100.
I
For GENERaIToFFICF STA.
TJONERY and? FILING SYS
TEMS call or tvrlte to ua and
we will fill you? Wants-'"
CtfltE SIPPLY CO.. LTD.
931 FORT STREET' i
MONUMENTS .
and all kind of marble work
cleaned and repaired by expert
workmen at reasonable prices.
Call for Zimmerman at I
v
J. C. AXT ELL'S ;
Alakea Street
If "you like Pinkham Aend him"
" '. a box of-r
OWTi
' Cigars.
He'll appreciate the compliment
b. M. A. GUNST i CCT., INC.
Not Just Hats, but
v.
Millinery Superfine
MISS P.OWER Boston Block
FOR ICE COLD DRINKS AND
14 ICE CREAM TRY THE
Hawaiian Dug Co.,
Hotel and Bethel 8treeta
ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES
The Most Popular Candies Made
on the Coast v
HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTD.
1024 Fort St. '. Teiephone 2384
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AND COR R ECT TIM E AT ALL TIMES AT A SMALL EXPENSE.
'. - .'''; A - ' "
Have one of the new clocks connected5 with the time system Jusi
' stalled by The Mutual Telephone Co. By means of one of these clocks
any business house or residence may. for a small monthly rental,
have the CORRECT time. .
!
. . : .... j
Cloclc Installed Free of Charge
j." Rental Fifty Cents a Month
For a small additional cost, you may have a gong or bell attached
to a clock and arranged to ring at any desired hour of the day or
. night A .
; The company also has fo" rent the best Tim Stamp that Is made.
This Is used for recording to the minute the time of receiving or- .
ders. employes ln and out" records, shop costs, and the stamping of
- anything of which the correct record of the time to the minute is
- desirable. '
' Ilia no connection with the telephone, but Is worked by electricity
and all apparatus cared for and regulated by tho company. ;
CALL AT THE TELEPHONE OFFICE OR RING UP NO. S4tt.
XvSitaal Telephone -Co.,
' , Limited.
1 Adams Lane " i'
?ffli mi EBeazis
with Tomato Sauce
NO FOOD IS MORE SATISFYING- IT 13 THE FAMOUS
5
: - Are Yur'
because S.' & W. are more savory ; and delicious than you ever
thought rork and-- Beans could be. - '"
t . . - - - v -
Try some toaay serve hot or cold. . , ,
, No. 1t:ns; 10 cents the can: 11.10 the dozen. .'.;
A "'Great
Saver
Your wife Vjll not only FEEL
Labor
if you'll buy her an electric Ircn..
With an Electric Iron, there is a great saving of time on. Ironing
Day; a saving of the youthful appearance; an actual saving In money
over the old way and general satisfaction ail around. :
Havaiiari Electric Co., Ltd.
'. - . South King Street
m W ARRIVALS
BLUE AND WHITE TAB'-E
MATCH IN ALt SIZES.,
A; ' : : '-' :-'
i JAPANESE
White with Brown
i I L '.a. .. '1L
White with Blue
Blue with White
JAPANESE BAZAAR.
Fort Street
STAR-BULLETIN
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HENRY MAY & CO.,
'Limited'
Leading Crocers Turn the littlt .disk to 1-2-7-1 . -
more youthful, but will 4.00K
COVEFJS WITH NAPKINS TO
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TOWELING.
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(Opposite Convent
S.75 PEI
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