HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, AUGUST 23,1913.
We bottle milk expressly for
you and deliver it on board ANY
Phone 1542 Tbone 1542
x ARE GOOD TIRES.
'''.' .'sold By " ;
Von Ilamm - Young
4 w '
NOW RCADY FOR DELIVERY ',
G:o; C. Oeculey, :
Ldl-iv Panama Hats
AT REAZONACLE PRICES .
HONOLULU HAT CO.
Hotel cpp. Bethel SL
The Cxc!c:!ve A;ency .for tut
fxmou-i HACYCLE Cleyctet for
1C3 Ca. Klrva Et ' T 'ts
Don't l.'.itt vThlt- Chance
CROWN CICYCLES ONLY $33
HONOLULU CYCLERY CO.
. 1SD South King St
Agents for FljteX ilerkel and De
Luxe, tni Uotor Supplies.
Cily r.'otor Co.
EkHIel' Ucct-silcg for all ; Repair
work. ... :
TtzzU cr. Tort St. Tel 2051
Gold, Silver, Nickel end epper Plat
Ing. Oxidiilnga Specialty.
HONOLULU ELECTRIC CO.
Rates Moderate, Work Unsurpassed,
Cor. Bishop and King Sts.
All Kinds 'rapping Papers and
Twines. Printing and Writing Papers.
& SUPPLY CO, LTD.
Port and Queen .Streets Honolulu
Phone 141& Geo. G. Guild, Gen. Mgr
, COMPANY, LTD.
Consulting, Designing and Con
structing Engineers. .
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
Jects. Phone 1045.
We carry Ihe most complete line of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
- . in the city , '
JAHIES GUILD CO.
Victor - Records ,
BERGSTROM MUSIC. CO.
Odd Fellows' Block Fort St.
NEWMAN'S CELEBRATf D FEATURE PHOTOPLAY : ,
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF ,
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A magnificent production-ln three reels. EVERYBODY should
see these wonderful pictiresv . Sixty Intensely v Interesting
All depicted with a realism so vivid that audiences can scarcely
keep from , rising in their seats.".... ; ; . ':" '
A dramatic portrayal cf. love ?nd jealousy. ; - ;
A STORY WITH A MORAL.
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MONDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 25
HERE'S lots of good
solid wear in that old
pair of shoes yet.
Just have 'em repaired by
the Manufacturers:' Shoe
Co. Ltd., and use them for;
"second best? ,
Thiycr Fio Co. Ltd.
" AND OTHER PIANOS.
156 Hotel Street. Phone 2313
Dressy Comfort in
Regal Low Shoes'
Daughter could not please Mc her
tfore"than by buying her a pair of
these Regal Low Shoes. i
They combine style with the comfeft welcome to most ladles.
QUARTER SIZES SURE TO FIT. .
H Regfll: Boot Shop
Where the Mammoth Boot is, at the corner of King
and Bethel. . ' '
BY MAUI FOLKS
Good Supply on Hand and Wa
ter Famine in Future Not
l Feared Notes
(Special SUr-BulUtln CHTpoTMli'ncJ.
WA1LUKU. Maul. Aug. 23. Maul
r as been visited with splendid rains
again this past week so that the Val
ley Isle is happy over the prospects
of getting through the summer, with
unusually good' rainfall, and 'good
crops as a consequence. Kula got a
h'eavy portion of the rain duriag the
last few days with a result that the
Kula roads are in better shaps than
I hey have been for several years past.
On the homestead road the supervis
ors have had a gang of men at work
fcr the last few weeka filling in the
bad places and leveling up the road
generally. They had just about. fin
ished their work when the downpour
of; Thursday, packed th road in . fine
shape.' - -J ' -. :-' ;
The Kula pipe line-has been filling
up ' the new ; Keokea reservoir and
there are now some 450,000 gallons
in It. ' - i'V '
Some . 1.500,000 to 2.000,000 gallons
of water are being turned one side
at the head of the snpply for the Kula
pipe line. - This Is certainly a novel
condition of affairs for the pipe line,
and shows , not only that there has
been a splendid supply of water re
cently, but also that the new water
head for the Kula region is abundant
ly able to give Kula the water that is
needed. Whereas ' last year the cost
of maintaining this line was between
$60Or and 5700 a month, the present
cost averages somewhere about $250
or $260, and the sale of water is suf
ficient to meet this outlay. Not only
ere Kula, Ulupalakua and the Kanaio
region now abundantly ,. supplied with
! eplenfild mountain water,, but Maka
wao and Pala have a better . supply
than ever before, and the county fa
. thers are hoping" to make the water re
! rources: ever ' more . adequate than
they are - at present, so that there
will never again be a water famine
such as Maul experienced last year. -
irofe6sorarid! Mrs." Henry A. Mead
of ChIcago',vWQO have been spending
ten. days at the J. p. Castle mountain
home on Haleakala, returned to Wal
liiku today and win leave for Honolulu
soon. : They have 'very; much, enjoyed
their visit to Maui',' In spite of the fact
that they arrived at the Castle house
In a pouring Konairain." 4 v -1
; Rev. John knoi.Bodel of Lahaina
is supplying the tJhurca of the Good
Shepherd e,very Sunday morning ; for
the present until' the church- succeeds
in securing a new '."pastor. froBT the
coasL ; l 'V "s
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- Mrs. Earl G. BartleU,Vaccompanied
hv" Mrs. Wlllard and three other lady
friends, walked to the sUmmit of ;
Haleakala ' this "'past week.' Donald ;
Brown, son 'of Herrick Brown, act-1
ed as guide, and yith a mule packed
the party's . protlsiofl. ' The weather ;
was perfect and ,the Cralgielea rest .
house' is reported, to have been, very J
muca cieaueu up, hi iciui s mi m
the interior of the house is concerned.
Chester. Livingston, ' who with his
family ha been on his Haiku home
stead for the- summer, returns to
Honolulu this week. ' He will begin
his duties shortly at the Kamehameha
cchool. S " y i ' : '
Rev. A. Cralir Bowdlsh held service
last Sunday afternoon - at Haiku.
About fifty people attended. There
was- excellent singing and the service
gave promise of ; large audiences in
the future. It is expected that these
services will be held often during the
coming months. vi .;
The new Pala bank Is rapidly, near
ing completion. The location of tho
new structure is Just below the Maui
dry; goods branch, store and is made
of concrete with large windows and a
good floor space. W. R. Patterson is
putting the finishing touches on tho
building In placing the doonkand pre
paring the building for occupancy, i-f.
WINE MERCHANT '
r TOURS ITALY
His tour was a sort of celebration,
as he did not expect to be well again.
Mr. James RaggL . Wine Merchant,
624 Montgomery! Street, San Francis
co, well known la-the Italian banking
quarter, was in one of the San Fran
cisco hospitals . with dropsy, due to
Bright8 Disease. Medical skill had
been exhausted, and friends and phy
sicians thought his days numbered,
Editor JL M. Wood, of San Francis
co, who had recovered from . Bright's
Disease, -' induced . Raggi to take up
the same treatment, . Fulton's Renal
Compound. In. a few months the case
was yielding, and within a year his
doctors reported him normal, and he
left for a. tour of Italy. -
These facts can be proved by any
one having friends in Sah Francisco.
If only one-tenth of . the recoveries
in Bright's ; Disease reported by pa
tients under Fulton's Renal Compound
are true., then; in view of the admisr
slon of the books . that under their
best; prescriptions recovery in chron
ic cases of Bright's Disease is impos
siole, there would still be but one
thing to, do. t If you have Bright's
Disease,' you owe it 'to yourself and
family to try Fulton's .'Renal Com
pound before giving up.
Ask for pamphlet on ' our. Investi
gation intothe curability of Bright's
uisease, or write John J. Fulton Co
San Jranclsco. advertisement
- Alas, that so few of us are satisfied
with what other people seem to think
is good for usT v. - .
Pa j aulas
For Both Sexes
While a fewpeople still cling to the idea of wear
ing the old-fashioned nightshirt, most - people
realize that for actual Comfort, Convenience, and .
Appearance nothing equals the two -garment
Pajamas. . ,
Ladies asTwell as.Men wear them, and find them
convenient not only for night attire, but for wear
ing in the daytime in the privacy of their apart
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FOR LIEN, we have some neat and utilitarian patterns in
Madras, Flannel, Mercerized Cotton, Pongee, Silk as d
Co tton Crepe. AU of the different material launder vrell.
' Prices from $1.50 to $10 the suit.
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FOR LADIES, we have some dainty patterns in Pure Sill:,
" Pongee and Silk Mixture. . t .
: : . Prices from $4.50 to $6.00 the suit.
SILVA'S TOGGERY, 'IFIX,
?"Thc Store . for Good Clothes"
V i . ,11 1 v ; in -II " i ttt t ms s
n n t a ,
i MM !l i
with' W. P. Fuller & Co.'o
BRIGHTEN UP THE OUTSIDE OF THE LITTLE HOME AND NOTICE HOW MUCH PROUDER
YOU'LL FEEL WHEN PASSERS-BY SAY: "MR. SOANDSO LIVES HERE; INT IT A DANDY PLACET
Phone 1261 -
S. Kins St.
Get One For Baby
Nothing delight baby mom
UtB CO DC IMCB CVClJWUti
A.t wit. a.A WmU
AOUBCS Vi w atom uic twi
. . t
inroa - can.
baby with too
; and nerer lift
ing him oat
: pall a cord
and tte Go
... Baakei aet-tlrarcatlTtO
where it wUl
or cao b
wv t . it mt in
Ma .Jm be iiaed a a High Chair, Bassinet
or Baby Jnmper. kott economical article
erer invented for children. Physicians
endorse its sac. ; m - -
If too arc thinking of boring coach
for bob let as talk, it orecwith jroa
$8.50 to $12.50
Emporium of Oriental Goods
Fort Street Opp. Catholic Church
Phono 2295 Beaches
ILL KI5DS OF BOCK AND SAJTD FOB COXCBETE VTOBX.
. , , FIBE1T00D JlD COAL.
777 lae 8trol.
BEST LAUXDBY 1T0RK AND DBT CLEA5I5Q
J. ABADIE, Prop. v ;
75 PER MOMil
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