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HONOLULU BTAR-BULLETIN, TTE.SDAY, J FLY 7. 1014.
!ffTT a V LEGAL NOTICE. BY AUTHORITY. v. i mi imi -i r it it r yt l t i wrs: hi h to r. r rr m me. Jir? i wbm vi ism m? vlwiw u . . J ANN i-4 AikK. mriKT KlCl Hi. AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE. THI.fli'. QI'H'K. TtH'-.h-MtB atil UONOLI'I.r AI 'IO TAXI CO., Alak.-a Hid 1,U i-Ms.. Opp. Y. '. C. A. Managers lt. l.n it Uwufonl. r'":i:''-'i- ' -J . AUTO PAINTING. Anto-owner Pars nalnted and made to look I ke new Be convinced. Auto' Palming Co.. Liliha St., nr. King St 6014-ly. s ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS. We make a specialty of all kinds of artificial flowers of every variety. We appreciate your patronage. Miss illyaL 1030 Union St near Hotel St. 66G8-lvr ! I , AWNINGS. Of every description, made to order. King 1417. CASHM AN.Fort tr Allen W593-tf B rOOK STORE. Dooks bought "old, exchanged. School books our specialty. Pictures framed and enlarged. L. Kahn. 1280 Fort 8t. f61Mf. ICYCLE SUPPLIES. 6. lemeya," wholesale and retail dealer In bicycles and accessories. King street near Punchbowl street. ; - 6542-tf BICYCLES AND SUPPLIES. le have Just received a splendid new supply of PREMIER Bicycles from ' mainland; also supplies. H. Tosh ' Uaga. . 1218 Emma near Beretania. ft90-tf ' BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. C Okailro. agent for Pierce Bicycles;! A fl .11 ktAMfi ' V m ra 4 fwliASl I LOT BVie WLiX UC w t uv baAaa iyi j v0 i ' King Street, opposite R. R. Depot 5721-tf I BUILDER AND CARPENTER. Hlrtshlmura, buildlag of all kinds; t won guaxacieeu, ttyniwcu mwi. raaaorable; I Beretania opp. Union. v I 5 753-1 y. BUY AND SELL, d and "xrhrnreZ J. frloTlPort, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. George. Tamada. general contractor. - Estimates furnished. No. 208 Mo Ondless Building. Telephone 2157. 5265-tt . T. Mlyao, contractor and builder. Pa- perhanging and cement work.' EsU- mates furnished free; 223 and 225 North Beretania ' St Phone 2516. 6521-Cm O '7 Banko Co, 1S4 Nuuann; TerslSl-J. rnntntrti tnr huiMtnir. nanerhanr. tag cement work, cleans acant loU T. Kobayashl general contractor. 2034, h. Kinr Phon- S3K. Raaaonahle,' kS361-ly CLEANING AND DYEING, Royal Clothes Cleaning an Dyeing All kinds of expressing and draying. Shop. CaU nd deliTer. TeL" 3149. 1 Charges reasonable Manoa Ex nk.mftA nArtATt b aitj Rt. v Press, South cor. King. TeL 1622. - ' KKSR-lv I That the Robert Dollar Company In-. tended to experiment with the steam ship-Mackinaw in the coasting trade of China and Japan is now practical- ly. admitted. The Mackinaw will not be sold" to .Oriental interests as ru- mored, but "will be operated by the - Robert Dollar Company In transport- Ing freight between ports in the Far Iaat The Mackinaw recently arrived at on Psget Sound, v The Mackinaw was for many years operated in the Alaskan trade out of ' Pugef Sound ports and is an oilbnrn er.. The vessel is inthe best of shape, having recently been thoroughly over hauled .on the coast - m ' n m " " ' Letters of administration were grant- to Noa v. Aluu yesterday by Judge Whitney of the circuit court sir." "Well, now see if you can re over the estate of Alexandria L. peat it What Is my name?" 'Brown Clark, deceased. ' Blockhead; sir." ' - CLOTHES CLEANING. Hi- ri-jfif. r, Beretasla and Kroroa f ; I'Iidij- ,?12".. Clothes cleaned, pr-BH-d arid dyd. Work guar acteeL called fur and delivered. C752-tf. V. H. 0., cleaning, repairing; satisfac tion ju!jrai)i'ti; call and deliver; Ukunakea lt. PauahL Tel. 4148. o33o-ly. r. HjivRHtil- clothes cleaned, pressed. Tel. 2278. Heretanla. eor. Plikol ROYAL CAFE. I itoil;ib' down-town restaurant. . ctji . ci !'f ', Jiot tea :itid iewl ti ic.Miiim.-; fiitTcct. liot t'a and icp tea SfTvw h i"' v. ith iiH'al orders. Berf tania stri'f'f, opposite Central Fire Station. i'lK.ne No. 4310. CAFE. Royal Cafe, everything the beat at V popular prices; fine home cooking; prompt strvlce; Beretania, nr. Fort St, opp. Are station. K. Nakano, Px 6745-tf Boston Cafe, coolest place In town. After the show drop in. Open day n(l aight Blou theater, Hotel St 6529-tf Columbia Lunch Room; qnlck terrlce and cleanliness our motto; open day and night Hotel, opp. Bethel street 5E18-tL "The Eagle." Bethel bet Hotel and King. A nico place to eat; fine home cooking. Open night and day. k5338-tf "The Hoffman. Hotel St, next the Encore. Best meala for price In lown. upen au iay ana au nignt. k5335-tf Astor Cafe. Unexcelled home cook r' ing. Best materials at popular pri .. ees. Try us. King nr. Alakea St S60S-ly New Orleans Cafe. Substantial meals moderate. Alakea cor Merchant St KK8-tf CONTRACTORS. Tekomlzo-Fukumachl Co.,general con tractors and draying. Smith St opp. Hawaii Shinpo Sha, office phone 3986; residence 31 fi7. CARDV CASES. Business and visiting cards, engraved or printed, in attractive Russia leather cases, patent detachable cards. Star-Bulletin office. 5540-tf COLLECTOR. Collector on commission. 5891-tf TeL 1842. DRESSMAKER AND 8HIRTMAKER. N. Kim, ladles' and children's dress maker. Sbirtmaker. Underwear ' to order reasonable." Experienced help. 274 King, opp. R. R. Depot 5759-6m. EMPLOYMENT" OFFICE. Union Employment Office, TeL 1420 All kinds of help. G. Hlraoka. Pro prietor, 1210 Emma, cor. Beretania k6329-6m Nakanlshl. 34 Beretania nr. Smith ; Street tor good cooks, yard boya. i 61i; residence phone 4511. JPese cooks waiters, yard boys. I Matsnmoto, 1124 Union. Tel 1711. 6070-tf EXPRESS AND DRAYING. 5596-lT EXPRESS. omes Express. TeL 229s. Rellab reasonable, prompt and efficient p ' - k5347-6m , ... ,t "F ' ' . FURNITURE KO A, MISSION. Furnltnre made to order reasonably; carpentering of all kinds. R, Ha- segawa. King St, opposite Alapsi. 5692-m "What!" said a teacher to a boy with slow memory, who had tried in vain to tell the name of the school master. "Can't tell me your school master's namer "N-no, sir." "My name is Brown, blockhead." "Yes, ! . i e One for Every "Want" There's a little Star-Bulletin Want Ad for almost any reason able want. Y'ou can get a tenant for. a garage sell an old suit of clotlies, buy a restaurant, get a cook, etc.. etc. Don't tlo without when effective assistance is ho near. Just call' 2256 and send in the ad by phone. FLAGS. Flags of . all nations. Ring np 1467. C ashman. ; Fort Near Allen Street 5693-tf. GLEE CLUB. Kaai Glee Club,' 61 Young Bldg. TeL 2687, furnishes music any occasion k6381-tf ' H HAWAII'S MUSIC. Ernest K. Kaai. 61 Young Bldg., Tel. 8687, teaches vocal and lnstrum'tt v--;-- S75Mf . HAT CLEANERS. T. Sato, cleohed, dyed and blocked; call and deliver; Kamanuwal lane near Beretania st Telephone 2723. 5536-ly HOU8EHOLD MOVING. Gomes Express, TeL 2298; fumitare, piano moving; storage faclllttoa lrfiXfi4-lv HARNESS. MAKER. S. Morinaga, harness repairing of all kinds; work guaranteed; reason able; 271 Beretania, nr. Aala SL (559-ly J JEWELER. Sun Wo, Gold and Silversmith; na terial and work guaranteed. If not satisfactory money will be refund ed. 1121 Maunakea. nr. Hotel street . 6531-6m LIVERY STABLE, First-class livery turnouts at reason able rates. Territory Livery Stable 148 King. nr. PuncbbowL TeL 2531 8518-tf M MATTRESS MAKER. TamagnchL Mattresses all sixes made to order. King opp. Alapal Bts. R739-6m MASSEURS. J. Oyama, massage treatments of face and body. Kukul st near River st 6605-ly PAINTER. & 8hlrakL 1202 Nnnann; TeL 4137. . Painting and paperhanglng. All work guaranteed. Bids submitted free. k-5328-3m. PLUMBER AND TINSMITH. iH. Tamamoto plumbing Unsmlth. roof repairing. Experienced men. Best of references; work guaranteed. King opp. South street Telephone 2308. " 6694-lJ PLUMBERS. Plumbing, and tinning; prices reason able; 1320. Nuuanu Si ... - 817-tf. PRINTING., We do not' boast of low prices which usually coincide with poor1 quality; ' but waknow how to put life, ' bustle and 'go Into printed matter, and that Is what talks loudest and longest Hbnolutu Star-Bulletin Job Printing) Department Alakea t St; Branch Office, Merchant street - ,639-tf ' REPAIR SHOP. Matsnbara'a shop, carriage and wag on repairingKing and Robello lane. 6559-6m. SHIRTS AND PAJAMAS. YAMATOYA. 1250 Fort Shirts, pajamaa, kimonos v-.-.-.. . , 6752-tL ' SHIRTMAKER. B. Yamatoya, shirts, pajamas, kimo nos to order; Nuuann near Panahl 6533-iy. . - TAILORS. T. Bhiaxaki, Merchant Taller; ap-ta-date . fashions. Work guaranteed Beretania Ave. corner Maanakas Bt f 5533-ly Army ft Navy, Merchant Tailors; np- to-date establishment; cleaning and i repairing, 163 King, cor. Biahop 81 ' 5748-tt u UMBRELLA MAKER. Rr Mlruta. Umbrellas made and re paired. 1284 Fort nr. KnknL Tel 3745 K553-S- . J'l,' r VULCANIZING. Auto, Motorcycle and Bicycle Tires vulcanized." Taisho Vulcanizing Co. 180 Merchant near Alakea Street Telephone "3197. S. Saiki, Manager. ' 5618-tf. IK: . If INt. !!))!! A ()rt)) p((II!! w WASHING. Wo Long, flrat-daia laundry; wt guarantee all work; call and 4ellT er. Emma, near Beretania Street 5575-ly. WASHING AND IRONING. Work guaranteed reasonable. - Laus deiing done well or - money back. Delivery. See Wo, RlTer nr. Kokul 5575-ly PROFESSIONAL CARDS MADEIRA EMBROIDERY. Mra. Carolina Fernandas, Untoa 81 Madeira embroidery; luncheon Mta, baby caps and dresses. Specialty of laltla and bemstitchlni .Reaaonabla kRS?2-tf MODISTE. Miss Nellie Johnson. , 111J Union' 8V Iveninf .Gowns, lingerta dreaaea, , . k5341-tf -.- . . MOTORCYCLE REPAIRING. P. W. ' Hustace, motorcycle repairing. Kol Young St Phone. 1498. 6799-lm. HYDRAULIC ENGfNEER. Jan. T. Taylor, 511 Stangenwald Bldg; consulting civil & hydraulic englnt, k5375-tf. ' MUSIC LESSONS. Private lessons on Violin. Mandolin, Guitar, English banjo and Ukulele by a teacher of many years' experi ence. Address P.O. Box til. TeL 4171 6650-tf. Ernest K. Kaai, 61 Ycnng Bldg. TeL 3687, guitar, ukulele, mandolin. ban Jo, Either, violin, cello and vocal k63814f. Berestrom Muslfi Co. Music and tath leal Inatrnmenta.' 1820-1021 Fort Rt u. T ,,k ivrtA!L-' 277-tf.- i i 5 T" ' ' ' r PIANO HNSfRUCTION, Beginnlngs,von iiano, $3top per inqnlh; . Wing Chong Lin. Hop Co to Hawaii , 8 lessons; Mrs. I Mackie, 1333 Be-' Koa Furniture Ca, :Ltd.- . . . . .BS retaniai telephone 2683. x. V . Koloa Sugar Co. to Hawaiian Trust i i t 16569-lyr y 1 Co., Ltd.. Tr ! . . .... .Trust M .!.. .' . ', 1 :' fM ' OUver C. Scott to "Amelia War A highly intertsfag anneuacement ham V . ;': J. . ,.ii'..''.'Re) was made by Sir Owen Philipps at the Tam Shee to Wong Kwong ChongrfD meeting In London of the Royal Mail Chang Shee to Wong Kwong Chong. D Steam Packet ' Comnanr. The Oreo-" Shue! Chee to Tee Chune Shee:; . :D ma,' which left Liverpool,4 is to pro- Charig Shee to Wong CHiong.'.iWr.D itfon, behalf of tho .Hawaii Commls ceed to Panama, and Is the first mail T. Terada et als to K. Terada;risBS sibn for the Panama-PacifIc Interna steamer to make the direct' voyage to Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd to Bishop jtipnal Exposition without, a written the port from this country-This Is Trust Co., Ltd.. Tr. ;Trnstl'f cruder from IL P. Wood, Chairman of one of the first public signs that Brit- Daisy Smith to W. K. Namauti. '..D such .commission, countersigned, by Ish steamship companies are prepar-; ing to meet the altered conditions which will result-from the forthcom- ing opening of the Panama Canal. For many years past the terminal port of the Pacific Steam Navigation Company has been Callao In Peru, thoueh a branch service has connect- ed that Dort with Panama. The Or- coma will only reach Panama after she has proceeded down the east coast of South America, through the Magellan Straits, and up the whole length of the west coast; but it is obvious that when the canal Is con- sidered safe for traffic services en- circiiner Souths America may. be x- pected. The Panama Canal will make possible' for South America what the Suez Canal 'made possible for. South America. Lonron Times;. .. t -v ' - 1 . ....... i WM ItUaySaveYoprlife Th object of thl advertisement it to instruct people to the early symptoms of tuberculosis or con sumption, so that they uHJt go to physicians before It Is too late, w Coss) or grtttcnfafr cna cdy de b 6e crwnln which you bsicy octxc I co-ssedovotwD ' aca&s v . ;;r,;.; ;'.. Freqn i TC2cM2!, ."Crtet or FcvtT sffufh very . strpkiout- Blood Sp!T U bkwS is cottea opt the uza b tabefCoci sac ' timet bla' ,'-yr Flecrisy.l Ctcsd' by fceteulotti about serea st b tear . LOSS Cf t?tIiU t-3 EtltSI very suspkaocfc rprftt1y 3 there u alight cough. - . i ' If any of taifssjTut present, no matter tow ucD yea look or feel cut out this ad. take it to your physician and explab' your case. Yob csa be csred if you take it b time. Thousands ol patienU who have bee treatec) b the incipient stage are well today' WIS IN THE XRC1T -CORJ, VTRST Circuit Terrltoryj bf. Hawaii. nPro bate At Chambers. In the Matter of the Estate of Joao Remoaldir Stiam t,- foT"Snpp!les7 COrnr' PftSori. for furn deceased. k . , , , x. Jshlng. Oahu Prison, at Honolulu for On Reading and Filing' the i!-the period from Jujy 8. 1914, to June aad .accounts of 'M,, A;'OonsaIve$ and 10. 1915. wtl Fr5hipe6f (carcass). J. F. Souza. of llonolulu, rHtQtJi will be received arChe Attorney Gener of the Estate of Joao Remoaldo Sua- al's office at the Executive building, rets, deceased, wherein 3etitlo1leTaSxtf Honolulu, until 12 o'clock noon, July tp be allowed $672.21 and charged with 7. 1914. The approximate Quantity, re S2.159.25, and asks that the same ha -quired and other information may be examinend and approved, and ttuUt had upon application at the Attorney final order be made of distribution of GeneraVs office, tenders to be based the remaining property to the persons upon. the. quantity stated, but the At thereto entitled and discharging petl- torney General's Department does not tioner and sureties from all farther bind itself to purchase the whole or responsibility herein: .! any particular part of the quantity It is Ordered, that Wednesday, "the stared. -such' quantity being stated 29th day of July. A. D. 1914, at 9 meref for the convenience of bidders o'clock A. M. before the Judge presid- Ing at Chambers of said Court" at Thts Court Room in the Judiciary Building, in Honolulu, County of Honolulu." be and the same hereby is appointed the time and place for hearing said, Peti tion and Accounts, and that all persons interested may then and there appear and show cause, if any they have, why the same should not be granted. By the Court: . (Seal) ' A.K.AONA. v ; clerk. Dated the 23rd day of June, 1914,. 5888-June i 23w 30. July 7. 14. REAL ESTATE TRA5SACTI05S 1 : Entered of Record, June 27, 1914, From 10:30 a. m. tp 4:30 p. m. Oahu Ry A.Ld Co to U, S. A.. . Grant Bank of Hawaii, Ltd to Sarah-4,, Kennedy . -; . . ; . . . .'. . . . '. . . . Rl Sarah J. Kennedy & hsb by Atty to Christine M Foster ..... ' D Christine M Foster & hsb to Guardian Trust Co. Ltd........ M Entered of Record, June 29, 1914, From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m. Manuel Rapozo Jr to von Hamm- Young Co. Ltd ......... . . . ...C M J H Schnack & wf to Peter Hig- fins 1 ID Entered for Record, July 1, 1914, from 10:30 a. m. to'4:30 P Estrella M. Calhau and hsb .et af . to At re.; Jennie R. McLean. D RjVOTii S-Dotokowlc to Eric H. Edr t v wards ;.. M i William R. Castle" ind wf to Palama Settlement Tr .r. ..... iiTr D Settlement Tr i V.. ...v...;:Tr D'" " ,B""U , John UMearcs to Helen A. Cash-" S ave a list .of ' des ' ' Ingbam V..V.V'.. . . rr.:PA buyers. . .-n c ixr,i, a tr, ooi t'ff .l ' J. OSWALD LI I Anna S Wrizht to S Ha vast et air.L W. K. Namauu to Henry Smith, Trr.'M Elmer L.' Schwarrberg, Tr. and wf to Bernhard Landes .,.,.:.-.D William C. Mayne'"and wf to Trent Trust Co., Ltd. .... . . .'. . . i ..'. . PA Janetta C. Mayne and hsb by Atty n to Margaret S. Taylor ...i.D Margaret S, Taylor and hsb to Ja netta Mayne . . . . '1 iVA . M Entered for Record, July 2, 1914, from tav a. m. to io:3U a. m. Rose Sylvester ft nso to Antone P. Kahimoku and wf to CassieA.af, Castro Drummond ........ .... J.;;''-:..D .H,L Holstein A wf to First Bank H. HI rata to Fude Kawamoto '.BSJ brirno. Ltd D. Kaenaokalan! and wf to Charles iKukamoha Maiku! (widow) to uay ...... ...vii'i.D.iiM.Mele K Sylva . Manuel Cordeiro to Edward - Jean- " - :ette i . .'. .'. . ; ' .-. V. . . . . . .Ti ' Union Mill Co.- to Klnl O. Lincoln; . Rl . Entered ;ef Record June r 12,' T914j t From'-10:30 a. m; to 4:30 'p.'1 rrV-'1! Mi Tanaka td O Imoto ' . t : '.& 3 Kalmukl Land Co, Ltd ' to Maude : 1 1" O 'Beers V; t LAND COURT '""!': ' Woodlawn Dairy & Stock Co, Ltd ' to Maria Towers Scott' "b Entered of ; Record" ; June 12, 1914, From 8:30 a.' m. to 10:30 a. ra. Halshlda Gimpe to K S Oyama.. C M Waeda Hikugl et ala to pklnaka Tomoguchl ................ !....Rel S Kuritani to Iwagoro Tasaka. Rel. Iwagoro Tasaka ft wf to Sozaburo Kuritani . ......v. ...;.. D Liwai Manu to H MIyada. et al... A P Motta Jr by Atty to Rosa -tow far is it to the railroad station f &t . k - - -: Is one-third as far as my officii from my house. I'm now half way between the two. My office Is six blocks ahead That gives you the numbr of blocks to the station. i ' ; - ' Julldlnj lots for sale. . , r- v - TENDERS WANTED.- Sealed tenders, endorsed "Tenders in submitting their bids." ' Tenders must tm accompanied by a certified heck equal In amount to five per cent of the tenderand must.be submitted In accordance with and sub ject to the provisions 'nnd require ments of Act 62, Session Laws 1909. The supplies shall be' of the best quality and delivered at Oahu Prison in quantities required and subject to the Inspection and approval of the High Sheriff. - ' S Dated Honolulu. June 25th,' 1914 ; I. M. STA1NBACK. "" ." Attorney General. 5890-June 2.". 26. 27. 29, 30 July 1, 2, . i3, 6. 7. BY'AUTHORtTY. WATER AND SEWER RATES.' " AH rateg- due the Honolulu Water r Works ; and Honolulu Sewer Works are payable at the office of the CITY -AND COUNTY TREASURER, corner of King and Alakea streets, to which placo the office was removed July 1, 1914. ; .'.. ,r : :. W. A. WALL, General Manager llonolulu Water and Sewer Works. .. ' Honolulu, July 1. 1914. ; 5895-7t 'U CORPORATION- NOTICE. NOTICE. 5 Stockholders wishing-to sell LakeT view No: 2 Oil stock and make a quick turn for cash should see me at once; desirable .caalr ; J,PSWALD; LUTTED . , . Hawaiian Hotel. ; 5895-tf v f'.- I- . i ". BUSINESS NOTICES, NOTICE.- "iNotlce Is hereby" given that no per son is authorized to incur, any liabil- Wade Warren Thayer,, secretary of the Territory. ; -r. -.. 1 H.. P. WOOD, t , ; . . . , Chairman. .Dated at Honolulu, July 3, 1914.' ;5898-6t. Sylvester & hab. . . ...... . . . . , . Rel. C i R McBride to Rose Sylvester. . ReL - C HlMcBride to Rose Sylvester..ReL' M M KeapaXHaryeaLand husb toyMrs ... ' Melev K 5ylva-. r,. p, ,MiftiakBJdg.ft LoafV Socy of Hawi V U W hittle Kfarker i,-. iMJ Halde Parker ft 4isb to Bank of -t ; iHonoJuIiy , -,y? v y V r IMo&ej-rPardoit ine .dear.; ; but t thintxoun. Bimperkinj weulj -make you an ideal . mate! i Daughter I mght consider, 'him. as a second or third, but not' as- toy1 first mate) mam ma! . I f-ti ? ' . . - . Gentleman (in the theater, who for the fourth time has wormed himself out from the middle of the row)--Lady, I am sorry to disturb yon so often. Lady That's all right air. My L husband owns the saloon next door. i Columbia Jester. ' v . ':- "' - - . ll j, 1 i