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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 191
TO ANNOUNCEMENT. Lending hat cleaners. Prices mod- prate. We sell the latest styles in . Panama and Felts. Work called for and delivered. Blalsdell Building. AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE. GET THERE QUICK. Telephones Mid 2399 loon HONOLULU AUTO & TAXI CO. Alakea and Hotel St., Opp. Y. M. C. A Managers Beun &Benford. 5739-tf AUTO PAINTING. Auto-owners: Cars painted and made to look like new. Be convinced. Auto Painting Co., Lillha St, nr. King St 1.61 4-1 y B BICYCLE SUPPLIES. S. Komeya, wholesale and retail dealer in bicycles and accessories. King street near Punchbowl street . 5a42-tf : v BICYCLES AND SUPPLIES. We have just received a splendid new ' supply -of PREM.1ER Bicycles from mainland; also supplies. II. Yosh lmaga,'1218 Emma near Beretania. 5690-tf - BUY AND. SELL. Diamonds, watches and Jewelry bought sold and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort tf. xafe; Roys! Cafe, everything the best, at popular prices; fine horns cooking; prompt service; Beretania, nr. Fort EL, opp. Are station. K. Nakano. Pr. 745-tf Boston Cafe, coolest plact la town. ' After the show drop In. Open day and night Bijou theater, Botel St - 29-tf Columbia Lunch Room; quick service and cleanliness our motto; open day ant night Hotel, opp. Bethel street ttis The Eagle." Bethel bet Hotel and King. A nlco place to eat; fine home cooking. Open night and day. kESSS-tf The Hoffman." Hotel St, next the Encore. Best meals for price In town. Open all day and all night U335-ti Aetor Cafe. Unexcelled home cook: leg. Best materials at popular pri ces. - Try us. King nr. Alakea St . !60S-ly ... r,i.. en.tnt!ii mMt. Ne Orleans Cafe. Substantial meals, moderate. Alakea cor Merchant St KK8-tf CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Cporrn YamadaJ renera.1 contractor. Estimates furnished. No. 208 Mc- Candlcss Building. Telephone 2157. V. 5265-tt . Sanko Co., Sanko bldg., Nuuanu an! Vineyard. ' Tel. 3151. Contracts for building. paperhangmg, cement work, cleans vacant lots. , k5327-tf Y. Kobayasht. general contractor. 2034 S. King. Phone 3356. Reasonable. k5327-tf :' CARD CASES. Business and visiting cards, engraved or printed, In ; attractive Russia leather cases, patent detachable cards. Star-Bulletin office. 5540-tf . CLOTHES CLEANED. The Pioneer, Beretania and- Emma Sts.; phone 3125. Clothes cleaned, prosed and dyed. Work guaran teed, called for nnd delivered. . A; B. C cleaning, repairing; satlsfac tion guaranteed; call and deliver. Maunasea near I'auanu Tel. 4148.' , ; I Give your, work to Pioneer Cleaners. Beretania, cor. Alakea. Prompt Bervice. " 5912-1 m ' CLEANING AND DYEING. Royal Clothes Cleaning and Dyeing Shop. - Call and deliver. Tel. 3149. 'Okamoto, Beretania. nr. Alapai St' , ' 5595-tf - ii D DANCING SCHOOL TANGO. Classen now open Thursdays. Fridays and Saturday. 1 to 3 and 7:30 to 9:30 p. m. at the large and smal halls. National Guard Armory. For further Information call or phone A. K. Clarke. 1186 Alakea. phone 4276. Associate to Prof. L A. Hep- burn, instructor. 5907-lm DRESSMAKING. Johnson and OJson, dressmakers. Elite building. Beretania. near Bishop rU 591 0-1 m EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. Un'on Employment Office, Tel. 1420. All kinds of help. G. Hiraoka. Pro prietor. 1210 Emma. cor. Beretania. 5909-3m Y. Nakanishi. 64 Beretania nr. Smith street for good cooks, yard boys Phone 4511; residence phone 4511 5246-tf j , , Japanese cooks, , waiters, yard boys. Matsumoto, 1124 Union. Tel. 1756 5070-tf GLEE CLUB. Kaal Glee Club, 51 Young Bids. Tel 36S7, furnishes music any occasion. k5381-tf H HAWAII'S MUSIC. Ernest K. Kaal, 51 Young Bldg., Tel. 3687, teaches vocal and instrumen't'1 5752-tf HAT CLEANERS. Leave your d'rty hat at the Royal Cleaners, Beretania, nr. Alapai. Phone 3149. - 5909-3m T. Sato, cleaned, dyed and blocked; call and deliver; Kamanuwai lane, near Beretania st. Telephone 3723. 5910-lm JEWELER. Sun Wo, Gold and Silversmith; ma terial and work guaranteed. If not satisfactory money will be refund ed. 1121 Maunakea. nr. Hotel street 5531-tf - LIVERY STABLE; First-class livery turnouts at reason able rates. Territory Livery Stable, 348 King, nr. Punchbowl. TeL 2535. : 5518-tf MASSEURS. Oyama, massage treatments of face . t-,,1,,,1 f - 5605-ly PAINTER. S. Shlrakl, 1202 Nuuanu; Tel. 4137. Painting end paperhanglng. All : work guaranteed. Bids submitted free. ' k5328-tf PRINTING. We do not beast of low prices which usually co'.rcide with poor quality; but we "kmw how to put life, hustle and go into printed matter, and that is what talks loudest and longest Hmolulu Star-Bulletin Job " Printing Derailment. Alakea Street; Branch Orace. Merchant street 5399-tf SHIRTS AND PAJAMAS. YAMATOYA. 1250 Fort tiiiirts pajamas, kimonos. 5752-tf SHIRTMAKERS. When you want a shirt have one made to measure by Akagi, 1218 Nuuanu. 5808-lm ' Chinese commissioners and 40 ar tisans arrived in San Francisco on the Chiyo Maru Monday morning, June .15, to begin work on the Chinese pavilion ; on the grounds of the Panama-Pacific exposition. A reception committee greeted the commissioners and the . courtesies of the port were extended. The commissioners are: .. Hsi-chen Huang, commissioner of construction, and Yueh-lu Shu. architectural com missioner. The secretary is David S. Young. The Chinese pavilion will be a reproduction of one of the palaces In the "forbidden city. - ; 7" ' - BY AUTHORITY. LEGAL NOTICES. j BY AUTHORITY. II SEALED TENDERS A Drop of Printer's Ink "dropped in the right spot will rent your room, house, office; will sell your furniture, dog, Jewelry, real estate; will get you any kind of help; will bring back your "lost," etc., etc The right place to find the drop of Ink is on the "want" page of The Star-Bulletin. One little drop In the form of a "wsnt ad will make all Ho nolulu think of your "want" TELEPHON7 2256. SHIRTMAKER. R Yomitnvg sVifrta ra-tamoe " bimv nos to order; Nuuanu near Pauahi. I 5533-tf . TAILORS. T. Shinzaki. Merchant Tailor: up-to- date fashions. Work guaranteed. Beretania Ave. corner Maunakea St 5705-ly Army & "Navy, Merchant Tailors; up- to-date establishment ; cleaning and repairing. 163 King cor Bishop st. 5748-tf u UMBRELLA MAKER. R. Mizuta. Umbrel as made and re near Kukui. Tel- paired. 1284 Fort, ephone 3745, 5553-tf VULCANIZING.. Auto. Motorcycle and Bicycle Tires vulcanized. Taisho Vulcanizing Co., 180 Merchant neT Alakea Street. Telephone 3197. S. SaikI, manager. 5618-tf THE ORIGIN OF WOMAN Churchmen are not permitted to monopolize all the glory for literary finds" in aid of their theology. The Hindus have Just dug up a valuable work, said to be written in Sanscrit the English title of which is "The Surging of the Ocean of Time. An English scholar has made a transla tion, from which we learn for the first time how It chanced a woman was made, and how she gained a footing among men. The narration commences with the information that the Hindu Vulcan, Twashtri, had exhausted all his ma terial in making man. not an element remained. After profound meditation he took the roundness of the moon, the gliding motion of the serpent the clinging of the vine, the velvet of the flower, the lightness of the leaf, the glance of the fawn, the gaiety of the sun's rays, the tears of the mist the inconstancy of the wind, the timidity of the hare, the vanity of the peacock, the softness of the down on the breast of the swallow, the harshness of the diamond, the cruelty of the tieer, the warmth of fire, the chill of ice, the chatter of the jay. the cooing of the turtle dove. Blending all these in one re formed woman, and gave her to man. Only eight days passed when the recipient of Twashtri's bounty put in an appearance and taid: "My Lord: The creature yoi gave me poisons my Existence. She chatters without rest.j She takes ail my time. She laments for nothing and is always ill." Eight days later the man visited the God again and addressed him: "My Lord: My life Is very solitary since I returned this creature. Sho dance i and sung before me. Glancing at me from the corner of her eye she play- PROFESSIONAL CARDS MADEIRA EMBROIDERY. Mrs. Carolina .Fernandez, Union st Madeira embroidery, luncheon sets, baby caps and dresses. Specialty of initial and hemstitching. Reasonable, 5322-tf MODISTE. Miss Nellie Johnson. 1119 Union St Evening gowns. lingerie dresses. k5341-tf HYDRAULIC ENGINEER. Jas. T. Taylor,511 Stangenwald bldg.. consulting civil & hydraulic engin'r. k5375-tf MUSIC LESSONS. Private lessons on Violin. Mandolin Guitar, English . Banjo and Ukulele bv a teacher of many years' expert ence. Address P.O. Box 311. Tel. 4179 5650-tf Ernest K. Kaal 51 Young Bldg. Tel 3687, guitar, ukulele, mandolin, ban jo, zither, violin, cello and vocal. k5381-tf Bergstrom Music Co. sical Instruments, street i 5277-tf Music and mu-1020-1021 Fort COLLECTOR. Collector on commission. TeL 1842. 5891-tf ed with me,' and clung to me." Twashtri returned the woman to him. Three days i after the man called ! again and said: "My Lord: I do 'not understand exactly how, but I am sure the woman causes me more an- Twashtri replied: "Go your way and do your best." To which the man replied: "I cannot live with her." Then Twashtri replied: "Neither can you live without her." Then the man said, sorrowing: "Woe Is me." I can neither live with nor without her." This version of woman's creation may be relied on as authentic, for it has been "dug up" quite recently, and carries on its face the evidence of its genuineness. MANY CONVICTS TAKE COURSE BY MAIL By Latest Maill sive funeral service of the Angeiican dence courses givsn by the University of California are popular among the inmates of the state penitentiary here. Several hundred prisoners of San Quentin's 2000 have enrolled for the various courses, it became known recently. One hundred and forty are attending the prison's day school and 90 the night school. Of the languages taught at long range by the un'versity. Spanish seems to iind most favor with the prisoners. One hundred and cev-enty-f ive are taking that course. A United States government engi neer has patented and dedicated to the public e,silytransported apparatus for mine rescue work in cases where the regular' hoisting apparatus has been damaged. Sealed tenders will be received by the Superintendent of Public Works up until noon of Thursday, July 23 1914. for the CONSTRUCTION AND DELIVERY OF A DOUBLE PRISON ERS' QUARTERS, HONOLULU. T. H. The Superintendent of Public Work9 reserves the right to reject any or all tenders. Plans, specifications and blank forms of proposal are on file in the I office of the Superintendent of Public Works, Capitol building. Honolulu. J. W. CALDWELL S Superintendent of Public Works. Honolulu, July 1L 1914. 5903-10t TENDERS FOR PRINTING AND BINDING REVISED LAWS OF HAWAII. Tenders will be received at the of fice of the undersigned up to 12 o'clock noon Saturday, the 25th day of July. 1914. in accordance with spe cifications which may be seen at said office. W.W.THAYER, Secretary of the Territory. Honolulu, T. H-. July 14, 1914. 59054 Ot CORPORATION NOTICES. ANNUAL MEETING. NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL MEET ING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE FIRST AMERICAN SAV INGS AND TRUST COMPANY OF HAWAII, LTD. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the First American Savings & Trust Company of Hawaii, Ltd., for the election of officers and directors, and for the transaction of such other business as may be brought before the stockholders, will be held at its place 'of business on Fort street, in the City of Honolulu, on Wednesday, the 22d day of July, 1914, at 3 p. m. L. T. PECK, Cashier. 5903-July 11, 13, 14. 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22. MEETING NOTICE. Local stockholders of Lakeview No. 2 Oil Company are hereby respectful ly requested to meet In the roof gar den of the Alexander Young Hotel on Thursday evening next, July 23, at 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose of con sultation oVer their Interests, with special reference to the absence of adequate and regular reports from the the directors. J. OSWALD LUTTED. Honolulu, July 20. 1914. 5910-41 NOTICE. Anyone knowing the address of K. Neilson please write to and accommo date H. Kato, Wahiawa, Oahu. 5908-6t . Passenger rates that are to prevail between San Francisco and a number of the important cities east of Chicago during 1915 have been determined upon by the Central Passenger Asso ciation. Following are round trip fares that have been announced: Pitts burg. 181.20; Buffalo. $83.50; Detroit, $73.50; Cincinnati, $71.10; Cleveland, $76.20. These rates are slightly above the one-way fare at the present time. Elementary instruction is obligatory in France for children of both sexes between the ages of 6 and 13. II May Save Your Lile The object of this advertisement Ls to Instruct people In the early tymptoms of tuberculosis or con rumption. so that they will go to physicians before U Ls too late. SUSPiaOUS SYMPTOMS CoOfjb of expectoration, even if only little in the morniag. which you hardly notice. I continued over two months. Frequent "Bloneh!al." MCrfppCM i or fever attacks very suspicious- Blood SplttbQ. If blood is coughed up the. cause is tuberculosis nine times id ten. . Pleurisy. Caused by tuberculosi about even times in ten, .Might SwealS. Very suspicious. LOSS Of Ureig&t and Strength very suspicious especially if there is slight cough. If any of these tymptoms are present, no matter bow well yon look or feel cut out this acL, tale it to youi physician and explain your case. Yon can be cured if you take it in time- ThOOSaadS of patients who have been treated in the incipient stage are well today- REAP fillS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST Circuit Territory of Hawaii. In Pro bate At Chambers. In the Matter of the Estate of Hatsuzo Okamoto. de ceased. Order of Notice of Petition foe allowance of accounts, determining trust and distributing the estate. On Reading and Filing the Peti tion and accounts of Kinyoshi Oka- fmoto, administrator of the estate of Hatsuyo Okamoto, wherein petitioner asks to be allowed $89.50 and charg ed with fSlO.00, and asks that the same be examined and approved, and that a final order be made of Dis tribution of the remaining property to the persons thereto entitled and dis charging petitioner and sureties from all further responsibility herein: It is ordered, that Monday, thn 10th day of August A. D. 1914, at 9 o'clock A. M. before the Judge presiding at Chambers of said Court at his Court Room in the Judiciary Building, in Honolulu, County of Honolulu, be an thq same hereby is appointed the time and place for hearing said Petl tion and Accounts, and that all per sons interested may then and there appear and show cause, if any they have, why the same should not b granted. By the Court: (Seal) J, A. DOMINUS, Clerk Circuit Court. First Circuit. Dated the 30th day of June, 1914. A. D. Larnach, attorney for peti tioner 5895-July 1, 8, 15, 22. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Circuit Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers. In Probate. In the Mat ter of the Estate of Joseph Lee Pan, alias Joseph Lee Wan, Deceased. Or der -of Hearing Petition for Adminis trator. '' i On reading and filing the petition of Mrs. Lee Wan, of Hilo, County of Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii, alleg ing that Joseph Lee Pan, alias Joseph Lee Wan, of Honolulu. City and Coun ty of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, died Intestate at said Honolulu, on the 15th day of June, 1914, leaving prop erty In the Territory of Hawaii ne cessary to be administered upon, and praying that Letters of Admlnistra tion issue to herself or to some other fit and proper person: IT IS ORDERED, That Monday, the 10th day of August, 1914, at 9 o'clock A. M. be and hereby is appointed for hearing said petition In the Court Room of this Court at Honolulu, City and County, of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, at which time and place all persons concerned may appear and snow cause, if any tney nave, wny said petition should not be granted. Dated at Honolulu, City and County of Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii July 8th, 1914. By the Court: . J. MARCALLINO, : ' : - Clerk. Lorrln Andrews, Beers & Heen,- at torneys for petitioner. t- 5900-July 8, 15. 22, 29. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers In Probate. In the Mat ter of the Estate of Hieronymus Gor lich, deceased. ; '-W---' A Document purporting to be the Last , Will and Testament of Hierony mus Gorlich, deceased,; having on the 15th day of July, A. D. 1914, been pre sented; to said Probate Court, and a Petition for Probate thereof, praying for the issuance of Letters Testamen tary to Hawaiian Trust Company, Lim ited, having been filed by Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited, It is Ordered, that Friday, the 21st day of August, A. D. 1914, at 9 o'clock a. m., of said day, at the Court Room of said Court in the Judiciary building in the City, and County of Honolulu, be and the same is hereby appointed the time and place for proving said Will and hearing said application. By the Court. (Seal) J. ABDOMINIS, Clerk Circuit Court, First Circuit Dated, Honolulu, July 15th, 1914. Frear, Prosser, Anderson & Marx, attorneys for petitioner. 5906-July 15, 22. 20. Aug. , 5. English mills have succeeded in mak ing yirn and twine from flax straw. heretofore regarded as a waste prod uct. Can you read this sign? ; ''V . i ASSWEB TO) TESTZKVAVS fVULB t Vaan, beaver, bear, dog, badger, lion, , : TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TRKAS urer's Office. Honolulu. Oahu. In n. Dissolution of the Island Curio Com pany. Limited. Whereas, the Island Curio Compa ny. Limted. a corporation established and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Hawaii, has pursuant to law in such cases made and provided, duly filed in this office, a petition for the dissolution of the said corporation, together with a certificate thereto annexed as re quired by law. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given to any and all persons that have been or are now interested In an manner whatsoever In the said cor poration, that objections to th? grant ing of the said petition must be fiie-1 in this office on or before 12 o'cTock noon. September 14, 1914. and that any person or persons desiring to be heard thereon must be in attendance at the office of the undersigned. In the Executive Building. Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon of said day. to show cause, if any, why said petition should not be granted. HENRY C. HAPAl, Acting Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii. Honolulu. July 3, 1914. -5900-July 8, 15, 22, 29; Aug. 5, 12, 19-26 Sept 2. TERITORE O HAWAII. KEENA Pirnlm. Honolulu. Oa.hu. ' Ma ka hana o ka hoopau ana 1 ka Hul Island Curio Company, Limited. No ka mea, o ka Hul Island Curio Company, Limited, he hul I kukuluia a 1 hoohanaia malalo o na kanawal o ke Territore o Hawaii, a I kulike at ma Va manan o ka Vanawat Dili ana 1 na mea o keia ano, ua walhofa mal la ma kela keen a, he palapala noi no' ka hoopau ana i ka hul 1 olelola, i p&KUl I'll la- ma hckuii aioom hoopili pu fa i like me la I kauoba la e ke kanawal. ; A nolaila, ke haawi ia aku nei he hoolaha 1 na poe apau he kuleana ko lakou ma na ano apau iloko o ka hul i olelo ia. ina be mau kumu kue kekahl no ka ae ana aku I ka palapala noi 1 olelola e waiho koke mal ma keia keena ma a mamua ae o ka hora 12 awakea, Sepatemba 14. 1911, a o na poe apau e makcoakey ana e hoc lohe, he mea pono e akoakoa mal ma ke keena o ka mea nona ka inoa malalo iho, ma ka Hale Mana Hooko, Honolulu, ma ka hora 12 awakea o ka la i olelola no ka hoike ana mal t na kumu. Ina be kumu kekahi, e ae ole ia aku al ua palapala noi nei. HENRY C HAPAl, 'Hope Puuku, Terltore o Hawaii. Honolulu, Iulai 3, 1914. 5900-July 8, 15, 22, 29, Aug 5, 12, 19, 25 . - Sept. 2. " ' . . LEGAL NOTICE. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Matter of the Estate of Cecil Alfred Whltaker, Deceased. The undersigned, having been duly appointed Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Cecil Alfred Whlt aker, deceased, hereby gives notice to all creditors of said decedent to pre sent their claims, duly authenticated. and with proper vouchers. If any exist. and whether such claims be secured or unsecured, to the undersigned at his offices at 308-9 McCandless building, Bethel and King streets, Honolulu, T. H.. within six (6) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, to-wlt June 24th, 1914, or the same will be forever barred. E. A. DOUTHITT. Executor of the Last Will and Testa ment of Cecil Alfred Whltaker, de-5889-June 24. July 1. 8. 15, 22. Professor James Howard Gore, com missioner from Slam to the Panama- Pacific International Exposition, has arrived to select Slam's site for a pavilion. Commissioner Gore was ten dered a dinner by the president and directors of the exposition at the St Francis Hotel on the night of June The construction of two more state buildings, those of Wisconsin and Mas sachusetts,, have been begun, which makes seven that are under way. One has been completed. The Massachu setts building will cost 835,000 ' and that of Wisconsin $25,000.