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HONOLtJLU BTAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, JAN. 19, 1914. r- Rough Weather at sea Has No Effect oion those who are provided with PUKE MILK We deliver to cold storage room on all steamers leaving Honolulu. Honolulu Daiiymen's Association rhene' 154 !l Y&E Files, Filing Systems, Card Indexes, r O 1 ouppi tes Hawaiian News Co. it In the Young Building. : 1911 American Uriderslunf v Hodels V; OX EXHIBITION r l SOW HEAD Y FOR DEUVEET I'houe ':'.vv Sole Distributor i T- ' . - . , " , w cEiepai(,s i Broken lenses replaced quick and accurate . work ;. U -x ,. & ' ... ' Special lenses ground to order. I'roken frames promptly, repaired, ; Factory on the premises - A. N. SANFOIU), : . f OPTICIAN i. ''i,''V:-. . - Boston . Building : : : i Fort 'Street ' - , Over May & Co. City Dry Goods Co. ' v .. ltQM013 Nuuanu St, r-,-v.'-V-;-' . , : .Y - '; ' Successors to' . - v. 'v . SING. FAT CO. . .'-'-i P'r ARRIVED. It Pays : COMPANY, LTD. CesMiltlngy-Pcslenlng: and Con ; . 6trctlag Engineers. '"Bridges," Buildings. Concrete Struc tures Steel .'Structures. Sanitary Sys tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro jects. Phone 1045. : MILLINERY V-- men's T I I X I . I 1 A I I T n.l J JLX Kuoanu, bet King and Jlotel Streets. SHOE REPAIRING At Seasonable Prices K1571CTrBERS, SHOE CO, Fort rar Ifetel AND DEVELOPS AT ANY ACE" decks and lips become pale, Caa body is lanfud and colds are easily contracted ni endennises tke rery source of beilta and oust lure immediate treatment Drugs or alcoholic mixtures cannot make blood. Nourishment la necessary and Scott' Emulsion is always the physicians' favorite its concentrated medical nourish ment charges the blood with red corpuscles, feeds the famished tissues and carries food ralne to every tiny nerve and fibre in a natural, easy way. Take Scott Emulsion lo tench jour blood bst sbua the alcoholic substitstes. vtSlx-clal SWr-BuIlc-tln Corm?pondencel HILO, Jan. 16. Th? trial jury for the January term, 1914, convened on Wednesday, but so far have not heard any cases and were excused until Sat nrday, yesterday morning. One case against a Japanese accused of being present at a-gambling game, who was convicted n the district court and ap pealed, was set for , trial yesterday, but was nolle prossed by the prose cuting officers. Hill Ml U IS AFTER RECORDS IN THE WATER The Hui Au Kal. the girls' swim ming club of Honolulu has two aims IMA OIL MAY BECOME A PAYING CONCERN That there is a chance for the stock holders of the Humauma Oil Corn- one to promote Interest in swimming pany to "get from under is the con among the Honolulu girls, the other tention of Frank Payne, salesman to smash records. With this second for the company arid representative in thought in mind the members of the Hawaii of the promoters of the com organlzation are trying to raise pany which has a very heavy repre enough money at a dance to be given ' sen tat ion in these islands. Accord at the Outrigger Club on Saturday ing to Mr. Payne there is a fine chance evening to bring the champion woman tor the shareholders to more than swimmer of California here to take ( break even through: the transferring of part in the Mid-Pacific Carnival swim- the rigs from their present location ming meet. to a nearby property, where he be- The announcement , made by le Iieves there is an abundance of oil. Hui Au Kal girls that they had de- in this latter contention he is upheld elded to give the dance met with ai by press notices from the towns in proval on every band. The members the vicinity of the property, of the Outrigger Canoe Club donated! Mr. Payne takes exception to the their pavilion free of charge, and so published statement that he "pro- anxious were the Hui Nam boys tc dp their part towards making the af fair a success that 15 of their ;well- tiancing. This means that the music will be the best obtainable. Attractive hand-painted ' Cocoanut island Hilo's pleasure re sort shows the ravages of the wind and sea storm , of last Tuesday, night more than any other place along the rooted" the company, stating that he came .to Honolulu as a salesman for the company and persuaded himself known singers, led by t Dude Miller, I that the proposition was a "gold mine have offered to furnish music for the!jn ir and consequently became one of the largest shareholders, in fact, he states that he contributed a larger posters amount of cash to the eomoanv than 1 n vp hwn nlarrd fn vnrinn a ctnroc ' ..t i.jiij i i 1 i -i i "- an une oiuer inaiYiauai siocituoiuer. about town and tickets may be had j a call has been issued for a meet at each of these places. The tickets, jnK cf the local stockholders to be have been selling rapidly and the held at the Young hotel roof garden, members of th s Hui Au Kal fully ex-next Wedne8dayt at 2:30 p. m.. at pect to raise the needed to pay.whlch tlme the proposit!on of Mr. the expenses of the swimmer and he:;PnvnA tt., he JLJr rtnp nswi0rn. chaperone. RECEPTION TODAY FOR 90TH BIRTHDAY OF MRS. ROBERTSON .holdcr8: 1 Ui uc tion. The following information regard ing the oil bearing properties con tributary to the Humauma company, may prove of Interest to local share- past sixty days persons To liTe to 90 vpara old. and nt have been busy making entries to min- the same time be well and happy, ls'erai cia.nna in me yicinuy ot tne cu coasL According to Isaac, the island i nrtvnno.a nrt-.0H.w. K.yama. In the meantime various re- crfenn mnthar f Phtaf Tucf . a n iine possiouiues ior ou ana or me , - . " , a privilege nowadays accorded out i keeper the ;ickJSfJ2KlUw persons; and Mrs. Sarah B. Rob-vrts about 1 o'clock in the morning rnenertson. mother of Chlf Justice A. G.ithe p- have come from that section of he and his family were awakenedby M Robertson and familiarlv knowu.,arge number of people who have been water washing about their beds. Tne s "Mother Robertson who todavlDU8y staking out. claims in that dis . a m. . i w m mv " ' w isiana weeper, u. umLr reaches her nineUeth milestone, avers ircgnienea ' vj me bioiiu, iui wcj a Dj ue no, uii (that she was never in better health attempt to leave that night. , or spirits Vespite her many years. In made an but found that one of .the boats had t celebration of her bfrthday, Mrs. Rob- Deen wasnea awayjina me vmy vu ertgoa wU, hold a reception at the remaining would not carry all of them i home of her son, Makiki and Dominis there being. besides Jsaac and his . 8trCeta, this afternoon at 4 o'clock, wife, six children. They remained Mrs. Robertson, who was born in on guard until morning and then Briehton. England, in 1824. is the wl- found that their condition "was notidow of the late Oeorsre M. Robertson. bettered although they could see what threatened. The waves , between the little island and the mainland were soihigh that they decided to nor at tempt to cross the channel untU they subsided. It was 3 o'clock on Wednes day afternoon, " before , they : left the island. - . r . .,,. ' y 4 UIKTHS" WINDAS Jancary 15, 1914. in the Ka- plolani Maternity Home, Honolulu, T. H- to Mr. and Mrs. Cedric W. Windas, a , son!.. . ;, ; . - . I X , LUND; d In-Honolulu. . January 16, 1914, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Lund of 679 Prospect street, a daughter. 4 SIDERS In Honolulu, January 17, 1914. to Mr. and Mrs. Charles FSi- daughter. ; . tricL "Probably the best-posted man on the Cuyama section at this time is Civ il Engineer John P. Black of this city, says the San Luis Obispo Tribune, who has been all oyer the ground where there have been indications of oil and has in the past year supplied the data for parties of this city, , Santa Maria and Los Angeles following the advice of Mr. Black have located claims In the district which It seems is destined to rival the California oil fields when de- Making Punch for Mother's Party WHEN v 1 mother or big sister 8 n t e r t ains, there's no drink so ap propriate or so popular as de I i c i o u s. re freshingpunch made with-- Drn.it' CffHfkt. nn A Kino 1 nt !aa in vaiip nnnhhnuil o hnttfo nf Armniir'fc? nranft lnir.P n . fpmfin fiP ft Ul U U f Ul lUb III JUUI JMI IWV tw If M MVIIIU w r wm. w , hiw Mvv M wmwt . two, a little pineapple or any other crushed fruit in season,:: Charged water or plain- as you like it. You have the finest punch that can be madefit for ANY'occasion. ' Only the choicest of rich, ripe Grapes used, for Armour's Grape Juice. Pressed and bottled In the Ar mour Factories at Westfield, N. Y., and MatUwan, Michigan, right where the best Concords grow. No diluting, no artificial, sweetening. Just the purt Juice;with, all the original freshness and fine fla vor. Buy a case of Armour's Grape Juice from your grocer or druggist ; Served at fountains, buffets " and clubs. : ". '. : .. ';'V, " . - - DGLTOU WAT TO KXOTT THE LATEST IT AYS TO SERVE (3 RAPE JlirEt l ' SOD f OB OCB GIUPE JUICE EaPE B00Kr3LlILE H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.. Wholesale Distribntora Cases of fireworks to the number of 46, which arrived in Honolulu on the Lurline for use In the pryotechnic displays during Carnival week; have been stored .in the government magsr sine at KakVako, where ' they will re main until the arrival from the coast of William H. Wilson 'of the Los An geles Fireworks Company, and two assistants, wh6 will erect the displays. A Quantity of framework for the dis plays will arrive at an early date. - DEATHS LUDLOFF At Kapahulu. Honolulu. January 17, 1314. Hilda, the 12-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ludloff. , : DE LA CRTJZ-In Honolulu. January 18, 1914,. Jose de la Cruz, a native of Guam, aged 77 years. ? Brown's for diycoufK there is rvotKiriif Bfodchial yi Troches. ."SfiS T .-. nesj nna cougtvs. . S vho Was associate justice on' the su preme bench of Hawaii. ' Awlrfpnt had micTi tn An with XTro Robertson's arrival and stay in Ha-, ve?ed. 1 " J'. wail. She came to the ' islands ln "Mr. Black, returned from San Fran 1850 with her brother: and parents. c,8co Monday afternoon and on his ar Smitten with the gold fever, her fa. rival found a messenger awaiting him ther was on his way to the gold wno nad ;come from the Cuyama dis flelds of: California with his family, trict with an. urgent request for him The sailing: vessel JFortuna, on. which to come at once, . 'as the indications they were making- the urneyl en were such a to demand prompt atten countered difficulty, just outside Ho-, tion, ; ' nolulu harbor, however, and went on' r "Black left for Santa Maria, where the reef at Waikikl Beach, .where it he met a party oft oil men who had eventually went; to pieces. - The girl come , up from Los Angeles, and the here met the young man 'who later party started fors the Cuyama imme became her husband. w jdiately, owing to: the confirmed re- . in connection with the vessel For- port of the large .seepage of oil from tuna's fate, a peculiar coincidence bc the hills In the Vicinity where it has curred four orflve years ago ' when been predicted; by geologists, that oil the Helda, another ship ' of similar would be found in paying quantities, type, went ashore at precisely, the'. "For sonie time past at a place fame point and was wrecked- The about sixteen ;mies from the town of, Helda formerly bore the same name, Maricopa therehas been a continual Fortuca ' ' oil seepage from, the base of the hills Mrs.. Robertson for many years has and it is around this spot that many been, prominently connected with the claims have been located by prospect work of the local Episcopal church, ors and others interested in the oil and up until a few years ago took an 'game. Report was received here active part in religious and charit- that during the recent earthquake! able affairs. I the seepage of oil became greater and " s now for a distance of eighty feet or J The funeral services of Mrs. Elmira more there are seepages from the1 Stratemeyer, who died at her home, hills and oil Is flowing out onto the J258 King street,- Saturday evening level land in a small -stream. The after a lingering illness, were held 1 point of discovery is along the banks yesterday afternoon from Williams. of the Cuyama river on Cuyama ranch undertaking establishment, interment No. 2 and it fs believed that within a following in the Nuuanu cemetery. short time following the announce Mrs. Stratemeyer, who Was 33 years ment of the effect of the earthquake Old, was a native of Honolulu, and in that section that many prospectors was the widow of the late George C.j will flock to that section of the state. Stratemeyer., "if the recent earthquake has cre- 1 1 fated an oil excitement in the Cuyama district some good has come from it,! and advices received from Santa Ma-! ria announced that within the next. few days many prospectors from the Maricopa section would flock into the new field." Santa Maria Times. w e e It TO) 99 m. pole We are offering our patrons ihe best HOME CURED HAMS we have ever had in the market. The meat is sweet tc the bone, is uncovered and free from the mold that usually hangs m on a covered ham. Also we have PICNIC HAMS weighing six pounds which we sell at 20 cents the pound. The larger ones sell at 26 cents. Both are guaranteed high class. Metropolitan Meat Market, Phone 3445 REGAL BOOT SHOP MOV 1 TODAY Have Yoh Am G! .To Sell Das 04 c V ; l". r ATT.: nivr v. ?-,.. . ;,": - i' ; t i 5 mm iiii mmmmm Si : It Hawaii's Leading Japanese Newspaper 4J : V ': "' .1: 3 The llawaii Horhi Slia, the leadiug Japaiiesc newspaper of the : ' . ; ; ' Territory, has conceived a novel and efficient plan of - selling V : : ; ' rial estate and merchandise. ? ' ', ; ' ; - : " '''' HERE IS THE PLAN , Lr :M :m- The Uochi Sha has established u bureau for the sale of real es- y; V: '. ' -. tate and various commodities. t. ' VA.,v;.r The Hochi Sha will advert ise vour commodity free iu its is sues and sell it for you. All it asks is a vomuiission on the sale. ' IF HAWAII 1IOCIII 8IIA HELLS, IT PKOFIT8; IF NOT, THE ADVERTISING COSTS YOU SOTIUSU. Do You Want To Sell Real Estate To the Japanese The Regal Boot Shop, Geo. A. Hrown, manager, has a large force of tnen busily engaged today fitting up ilb new store in the Pantheon build ing, and in transferring the stork, etc., from the old store in th Mc j Candless building. This is almost a rccori-Dreak:ng stunt in moving, as Manager Brown insists on opening the new store tomorrow morning with every shoe just where it belongs on j the new shelves, and with furniture in place ready for quick attention to any number of customers. The old' store at the corner of King and Bethel, streets was too small for the rapidly increasing shoe business, and the change to new quarters was positive ly necessary. The new store is the( one formerly occupied ly A. Blom. the dry goods firm. When You Want Wood, Coal. Crushed Rock, Sand, a Dray or Express wagon, Ring Phone 2281 HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DRAYING CO. Robinson Bulldine Queen Street "New heads exchanged for old ones" is a sign that might attract suf ' sure that the new head would not ache. Better yet, however, is some thing that will surely cure headaches in a few minutes every time. Stearns' Headache Cure will do it millions of people have the proof. In sist on "Stearns'." advertisement. STIR-BULLETIN GIVES TOD TODAY'S NEWS TODAY. Of course you do: Do you know there are 110,000 Japanese in the Territory? How much of their business are you ettinj;, ' Mr. Keal Estate Man? See the Hochi Slia and iucrcae your profits. Do You Want To Rent Houses To the Japanese? The Hawaii Hochi will get tenants for you and the charge will be so small you will never miss it. List your place today. See TTJT 00 TTJT 1 0 The Hawai Jni(Q)(SiM J The Leading Japanese Newspaper It Will Do Your Advertising Free 1m PAl'AHI AND MAUNAKEA&TS. PHONE 3032.