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Worn . Make imutftliate ami proStaMr returns from investment in the 8TAR-BULLETIX Want Columns. If you have anything to sell you can find no U tter or qu the hnver. than throuj:h the srAlMit'U.ETiX Want Ads. THOUSANDS read them; For one cent a word vou can reach the STAR DULLKTIX'S 5.0(H) and ickcr way of finding more sukscriler8 aud that means MOKE than 15,001 Help Wantnl, Situation Wanted, .A - ' ' ' '- ' - r.. . . t ' ISEADEUS. Surely in that vast nuinher vou will find the: r.ne who WANTS what you have-wr if you want something a little Want Ad will get it. Furnisheil Cottages, Furnished Houses, Furnished Rooms,, Heal Estate, or anything For Sale or To Rent.--' C- : .;.y.:,y :.lX I E-3"iZ!L;' r I f .A. CLASSIFIED BUSINESS the he Do ley ! '-inn rv D.1R T O FOR SALE Special Sale; i Flocr : coverings,-? CM nese crass rugs mattings .and lino . leuins. Telephone J2C1. ..:. . i- :-.n Lowers A Cooke, Ltd.; King Street. k5389-tf i - y; The. Transo envelope, time-saving Jar ventlon.' No addressing "necessary . In sfudlng out bills or receipts." Ho nolulu Starrnulletin Co; Ltd'., sole agents for iatentee.' , :. - V EvproU Car. $:r,0. Associated Hepalf Works, Bishop at Queen sL ! Good lnvestmert; over 10 per cent; rented house. Tel 1S42. C890-tf .. ... ' " Victor phonograph, aimost .new. 11S6 ' Alakea. at, - ... T.- Inter-Island1 and Oahu Railroad ship ping hooks at Star-Bulletin office.' tf COCOANUT- PLANTS FOR SALE. Cocoanut plants lor ale; Samoan va rfety. -..Apply A. ;D. Hills, Llhue, KauaL. - ' . . . 6277-tf HOFTi-S FOR SALE. Several tine horses Tor sale' by A. W. Sfabury, 2009 ' Liliha st.' Phdno ' 21 ss. - V - nais Ct . LOST Silver purse, monogram H, E.'C be tween Moana!ua and carline; ' find er please return to Star-BullefJn ...office. ' . ; ,v; : ' J:, , ,' rAUiLT-HUItL :v The Cassidy, only home hotel. Wal kikl Beach," cdfisfita' of ' Individual cottaRes 'and single rooms.' Cnslne excellent, .1000'. ft: promenfde .ifler ' at the end of which ' is splendid hathlng pool and beautiful view. ! 20&G Kalla road,-fTel.'-2879:r-Terms reasonable. '. - 357-tf Sf m m m m m m , m m m ijk - . f If nil V. n F.I r c ' h 1 - u w . i id . -! ii . "v -i i.vrJ 1 - i LX Vcr. . i v . - w ' ViJ ' - r . n -..r.y r; f,r- : , .,,1 j . : 1 r n .v 'i , : , j ' : ; ; j ; . ( lJ L-l c ii ULlu v. iJ U--! 1 'ti feffittvif WANTED Everyone , with anything for sale to .:. Flay., safe." Conslderinz th fae tors of sales, success in planning . an,-, ad Is more satisfactory than Knowing "now it happened"-after ward. Star-Bulletin Want; ; Ads "Bring . Home the Bacon ' every time. ' 5393-tf Business house requires experienced , stenographer. Apply by letter stat ing salary required, to "Competent, care this office. ' . 5;)17-6U. v:; ..4 AH lovers of music to develop 'talent by taking lessons from Ernest K Kaal, 51 Young Building. TeL 3C89 :: 5381-tf . ICveyone in Honolulu . to know, the Popular theater runs the new films !V-.', . 5872-tf. V,:-; -v.'.-vv Cocoaniits and cocoanut husks bought in any quantity. Pacific Fibre Co I Ail., 1382 Liliha st Phone 4033., 5902-lra . . SITUATION WANTED Position as bookkeeper or office as sistant by r young' lady; six'-years experience. Address box 8, this office.: 1 : , WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEX ' -Zy--, i- v- v v; -;-v-v.:;;;: JVit-rArrah, . now, thim railways ar? a, moighty. foine Invintion," any- Way. t : .if.. .... ' . Friend I s shouldn't - have- thought you could .. fiqd much , to admire "In them, Pat seeing. that. you lost your leg In a railway accident . ,' Pat--Faith and .didn't Oi, .get . a t'ousand dollars damages? Sure, iMt had' onFy 'been me head Oi'd have owned .the Joiner Dallas News, y y .Tommy "Say, papa. Isn't mamma a " trlfie: crazy?- ; -. " iC v' : " ; x : Pi pa--" Why , do you think o, -' my : SOJV?"f -1." ' .' ." .. . . I Tommy "Well, the other day I was , playing in the rain, and she made me come in and take a bathv "J Willis 0 li 10 autos. ! The best ears in Honolulu; trips ar r ranged. Call 4C99 or 3848. 5910-lm AUTOMOBILE. , t . Frank Baker, bow; located at Oahu Auto Stand. Phone '3848. f892-2m : AUTOMOBILE TRIMMING. ' i 8. King St. near Punchbowl. Toj?s . built, covered and ; repaired ; ' tire : and seat covers to order. AMERICAN CLOTHES CLEANERS. . Formerly the Suitatorium, bow at . King street and Alapal Called for and delivered. Phone 5167 ' .. y . - 5913-f.m , 'v. -;y . CITY CLOTH E9 . CLEANERS. . -Are prepared to handle Jour work. Nuuanu at Vineyard. Phone 5042. ' CONTRACTORS. ' , Contracting and general building; estimates 1 furnished. ' Takakl Co., , Junction King and Beretania Sts. CHINESE INTERPRETER.' Le Chong.1 Chinese interpreter and business agent. Smith SL, opp. Ho tel street CLOTHES CLEANERS. yVhenou want your clothef cleaned : . properly, call at the King. 69 8. King i , st . .. - :y yx -rT- ' r:y . CLEANERS. v: I Y. Fukunaga, Clothes cleaned, press i ed. repaired. ' 1422 Fort Street CAMERAS. . ; ':y:y-' ' Second-Hand Camerai bought, 'iold and exchanged. Kodagrapli Shop. ! Hotel and Union Fta. -: . ' ' CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. : j J. Yoshidav King, street at,KapIo lanL Contracts", taken. . , . ; , ' . OIAMONO CLOTHES CLEANERS. ,' : . Are; prepared. ! to ' care , for your clothes. , Give us a. trial : Alapal, opp. car barns.. - DRY GOODS. : : X-y , , ; City Dry Goods Co., HQ9 Nuuanu- St ;. near King.--. ... .. . v V." ' ,. , ' BY AUTHORITY.' TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TREAS- urer's Office. Honolulu, Oahu: " In re Dissolution of . the Island Curio Com- nanv." .IimUd. : .' . whereas1. . the 'Island rCuYid Compa; T TAmteA. n oArnnrMnn;.atMia - nii TMn nnrior h vMna j the laws of the Territory of. Hawaii, nhas pursuant to ' law In such cases 4' made, ana provided, duly liied in this office,; a : petition-, for,, the .dissolution ; of the said cprporation, together with ' a certificate, thereto' annexed- as re i quired by lawl-: .. ' t '; 5 Now, therefore, notice , is hereby i given to any: and all persons that have been or are now . Interested In any , manner whatsoever In t the said ; cor t poratlonw that t)bjectibns to 'he grant ing of the 'said petition must be filed in this office' on or before .12. o'clock 'noon, September 14, "1914,' and' that any person -or persons desiring to he heard thereon must be In attendance at the office of the undersigned, In : the Executive Building, Honolulu,' at j 12 o'clock coon of tald'day, to show cauee, if any, why said petition should not be granted. :T : :r' ?vv v;: - HENRY C: HAPAI.. Acting Treasurer, Territory of HawalL Honolulu, July 3, 1814 J 5900-July 8; 15, 22, 29; Aug. 5, 12, 19-2 6 - -. Sept 2. ' TERITORE - O HAWAII. Puukui Honolulu. Oahn. . ' KEENA , Ma ka hana o ka jboopau ana !ka Hul - Island Curio i Company, Limited. No ka mea, o ka Hul Island Curio Company; Lfmited. he hill 1 kukuluia a. I hoohanaia 'malalo o ur kanawal o ke Terrltore' o Hawaii, a I kulike al me ka manap d, keianawai e pill ana I na, tnea a keia anojua waihola mal la makeia kena, he- palapala nol no ka hoopau.ana Ilka hul I. olelola, I pakul . pu ia ma kekahl palapala 1 hoopill pu la I like me la I kauoha la e ke. kanawal.'.. X A nolalla, ke haawl la aku nel he hoolaha I na poe apau he kuleana ko lakou ma na ano apau iloko o ka hul 1 olelo la, : ina he mau ' kumu kue kekahl no ka ae ana aku 1 ka palapala noi I olelola e : waiho koke mal ma keia keena ma a mamua ae o ka bora 12 awakea, Sepatemba 14, 1914, a o na poe apau e makemake ana e hoo lohe, he mea poW akoakoa mal ma ke keena o ka mea nona ka inoa malalo iho, ma ka Hale Mana Hooko, Honolulu, jaa ka hora 12 awakea - o ka la 1 olelola , no ka holke aha mal t na kumu, Ina he kumu kekahl, e ae ole ia aku at ua palapala nol net -I HENRY C. HAPAI, Hope-Puuku, Terltore o HawalL Honolulu, Iulal 3,'1914.' . 5900-July 8, 15, 22 29, Aug 5, 12 19, 26 . ,,'Seot 2. . . : " - OFFICIAL NOTICE. , This Consulate is in receipt of a cable, message .from the Government of Austria-Hungary,; stating that par tial mobilization la ordered and that amnesty, for deserters returning vol untarily Is granted and that indigents will he . furnished tickets for passage home via Hamburg or Bremen. y F. A. SCHAEFER. ; Acting Austro-Hungarlan i Consul. -- i 5916-3t . . . And many a poor man after win lng a woman's hand finds himself un-J der her thumb.- . ; , ' FOB BUSY DRY GOODS. Japanese Obi silks, mandarin coats, Yoshida Shoten, r Tetania and ,Ma unakea Sts.v : . : EXCELSIOR CLOTHES CLEANERS,. Clothes called , for . and delivered; shoes dyed by our secret method; phone 4742. Chaplain at Fort v 5845-lyr - EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. -Y. Nakanlshi, 34 Beretania St., nr. .'Nuuanu Street Phone 4511. f. W. HUSTACE - -Motorcycle and Auto Repairing. 427 Queen st Telephone 1498. , : J , - . 5903tf " ' FLORISTS. " ;- : . ' Cut flowers and baskets for all oc casions. 0 Komeda. .Florists, Union St.".' . FOR A TAXI. ' When' you want a taxi; call Jimmy - Hughes, Auto Livery Co. GOODYEAR. TIRES. ' f Sofe agents for Goodyears. Give us ' i, your' vulcanising work. Alakea, at 'Merchant st ; 5912-lm HOTEL "TAXI STAND. , PHONE 440d; BUICK CARS, TAXI RATES; ;r SERVICE - - DAY AND NIGHT." JOHN VIERRA; MANUEL COSTA" AND M. R. GONSALVES, DRIVERS. . : i 5909-3m .- - HAT CLEANERS. V iftv When' you-- want your hat cleaned call Roman,: Beretania. St " Phone J I M M Y H U G H E 8. - - ' . ' ' 'T Now has a Taxi- on the Bethel 8t - Stad.-Paone 4004. : ,t-y.ty JONES A DUCHALSKY ' ' : - ' ; ' are ready- to attend -to 'your' auto - and -carriage trlmmlnig.i -86vth "King st Telephone 3393; -v - w M85-lnj MILL1NE RYYN y. ' : 1 K. IsoshImaK sty.liha'toUHnery. King 'ner Bethel. Phone 2136.- . , NATIONAL ' . ; : r : . l t l I. OXW) T7 ; ; . ; . "Roster of officers,,lst of regular drill nights,' stations, and current Infor rnation'for the "National, Guard of Hawaii. -: Armory, corner Hotel and Miller fc- p-y: l! 'y- l v GENERAL STAFF.. , - , ' : .;: ' '"' col. John 'W. Jones. The Adjutant General. ; : MaJ. harles W. Zfegler, Insp.-gen. Maj. Elmer T. WInant, Ord. Dept (Bre vetted Colonel,) MaJr; Charles B. Cooper, Surg.-gen. '....( Bre vetted LieutColonel.) Mai John .W. Shorty Chief Q. M, . ' XBrevetted.LIeutColonel.) MaJ.,tmlI C. 'Peters, ' J.:. Adv.-gen.' Capt Leo Lu . Sexton, Med. Dept ; , : i. , THE ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE. . .f.;I: . OFFICE, . J ' -"Vv Uevt W, C" Whltener, U S. A inspector-Instructor. Officers' school every Monday, 5 p. m. 1 v 1 . .'y -n ; 'y:yi ,' REGIMENTAL' FIELD AND STAFF OFFICERS, 1ST INF. : " All 'officers of the 1st Infantry to report at Armory at 5 p. m. Monday, July 20." -.5 ;rV: o., '' v.r.....;; Capt . James A; Thompson; Ad JC 1 Capt George B.- Schrader. Q.- M. Capt Arthur W, Neely Insp. S.'Al P. Capt Reginald wrWarham, Com'y. Mai Gustaye Rose; 2nd Bat :' 2nd Ji . Fred ;W- Humphrey,- y. M. . 1 . COMPANIES STATIONED. AT HONOLULU. - Company A- Capt H.. P. O'Sulllvan, 1st Lieut. P. M.' Smoot Thursday, -r"-- 7:30 p. txt r,;- . : . :, 1 ;: " Company. B--Sapt Paul Super,-1st Lieut W. P. Armstrong, 2nd Lieut A. J. v'-Lowrey.- Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.-'-Company C-Capt J. M. Camara; 1st Lieut L. R. Medelros, 2nd Lieut, O. .... r., . K. Stein. Friday, 7:30 p. m. ' l':X . Company Dr-Capt W. V. Kolb, 1st Lieut F. W. WIchman, 2nd Lieut G. . ... . Schaefer. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.- . . '. . Company E-Capt C M. Coster, 1st Lieut John HHo. Monday, 7:30 p. m. Company F 1st- Lieut: M. R. Hough tailing, 2nd Lieut J. Lemon. Tuesday, - y . - - 7:30 p. m. r y : . " :yr Company G Capt B. F. Ka ne, 1st Lieut L. K. Ka-ne, 2nd Lieut W. N. -. : r: ' Kalna; Monday, 7:30 pm. - - '1 v Company H Capt Lv W. Redlngton, 1st Lieut J. C. Lo. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Company K ( Attached to 2nd , Battalion) Capt J. W. Cook, 1st Lieut W. -.-y y , , -Ahla, 2nd Lieut' E. K: Chung. Thursday, 7:30 p. m. ' ' ' .STATIONED ON MAUt Company I Walluku Capt W. F. Kaae; 1st Lieut W. S. Chllllngaworth, 2nd Ueut R; K. Wilcox. - - ' .-. v-.- Comtany Lr Lahalna Capt W. F. Young, 1st Lieut W. K. KaluaklnL t .... r ., ; - - - STATIONED ON HAWAII. Company Minio Capt J. D. Easton. 1st Lieut H. M. Morehead. 2nd UeUt J. S. Caceres, 2ndLieut J. L. K. Cushlngham (attached). f ' " - Medical officers with sanitary troops. Maj. EL' D. KUbourne. Capt F. U Morong. '., Capt R. W. Bens. corporation notices. NOTICE. " QUARTERLY MEETINGS. , .; "l . ' v ' -. -. " i -. -ii ' ' t' " The quarterly -meetlhgs, fpjv .March 31st 1914. and for June S6tbi9M of the . stockholders of. the Union4 Feed Co.. Ltd,, will, be held,at the5 Office of the company in this city ron Friday, July 31st 1914, t 10 o'clock aim. ; . aC. JJfALK,. Secretary Union Feed CXTTCtd. -' -".. :. 5917-Jnly 28. 29. g0.; I :j NOTICE. The annual meeting.; of' .the stock holders of the KauWineContpanir.j Limited, will be held at the office of W. O.- Peacock & C04 J-td88 Mer chant street Honolulu, 'on July ; 31, 1914, at 10 a. m,' for the" purpose of receiving . reports, of electing1 officers for the- ensuing year, and, "transacting such other business as mayproperly come before said meeting.' KAU WINE COMPANY, LIMITED, V ' - ' i' 'R. Irwin, Secretary. ' ' 6917-3t ' . PEOPLE MANUEL RICHARDS, j Now located at the Oahu Auto Stand, Bishop, near; King. Phone 3848. ; , . : 589S-lm '. MOSQUITO STICKS. Ask your grocer for a stick. Kills all Insects. S. M. Ilda, agent, Bere tania at Nuuanu. MACARONI. - : Oahu' Macaroni Factory, dealers In alt kinds of paste. 121 Hotel st MOVING PICTURES. Kauluwela; Movies Theater now . open . at Camp ' Two, Vineyard St; pictures changed dally. ' MARKET. SWEET SHOP, v : Headquarters of Hawaiian delica cies; delicious laulaus and ' Royal Kulolo, most portable of foodstuffs. Handled by experts. Orders prompt ly attended to. No. 43, ' Hawaiian Fisheries Market. ; - ;"' 5909-lm ' V"::; RUGS MADE. ' : GrasV and rag rugs. Have! your old rug made over; .73 Beretania St ROOMS. , .Tastily furnished rooms - can be found at the Rex. King and Rich . ards streets. ' -,-y.'. v..-':...f-;, STEAM CLOTHES CLEANERS Guarantee all. their .work for ladies and gentlemen. Alakea, nr. Bere tania. : Phone 6151. 'V..- . ' , 5808-lm ' ": STAR CLOTHES CLEAN ER8. Beretania, near Alakea. -Give us a i trial. , -y ' 5912-3m taxl :':-;v .--::;,?- Tony Tavares, Bethel street stand. ( Phone 4004.,- . . - - ' - ' y " ' 5913-lm ';. i : . ' TAILORS." , ". ' " ' : .Gee Chong, latest models tn tailor lng; 27 N. King, cor, Nuuanu. WIZARD MOPS. r : Buy ' a Triangle Wizard Mop. The mop that ets Into the comTii. GUARD BULLETIN Capt. James D, Dougherty. Q. M. C. Capt Henry. Van . Gleson, Q. M. C. 1st Lt John'W; Kanaeholo, Adjt 2nd Lt George H. Cummings, ,9. M. MaJ. Merle M. Johnson, 1st Bat -1st pu, Charles R. Frazler, Adjt 2nd Lt Roscoe W. Perkins. Q. M. '. Chaplain; Valentin Franckx (Capt). NEW YORK GOVERNOR, . GUARDED BY ATHLETE By Latest Mall V NEW YORK, When Gov. Glynn comes to this city he Is guarded by the strongest and biggest man in the detective bureau. This is Martin Sheridan, the giant discus thrower, who "beat the ." Greeks at their own game and, whose natural agility and skill' enabled him to lower the world's record for discus throwing. Gov.' Glynn is watched over Just as carefully when he visits this city as is the Present of the United States except for the secret service men who are a .part . of the - president's guard. When he leaves his train at the s Grand Central -station on arriv ing here he is met by ttfe giant ath lee, who- remains at his side' until he returns to Albany: , s - Mamma "Don't you know that King Solomon said 'Spare the rod and spoil the child'?-. ". " ' ' -Little Leo TYes; but he never said It until after he got so old his mother couldn't lick him." ' . , . - - . FOR RENT : Oeslrahle houses u varloua parta.of the city, furnished and unfurnished, at fit. SIS. 20. 125. 30. S35. 40 and rap to 125 month,: See list In our office. Trent Trust Co, Ltd, Fort fit. between King and Merchant - S4l2-tf Nicely furnished house, four bedrooms and sleeping porch, $50. No child-J reu. Appiy tim. u. r . ive, w gaxlne st Phone 1463. 5914-tf A bungalow with modern convenienc es and nice lawn; 5 mm. walk from carline. 1025 W. 5th ave., KalmukL E. O. Farm, telephone 5016. $16. . - 5912-tf V, - Two-bedroom mosqnlto-proof cottage. 1546 Magazine st; $20. Apply T. a Dawkins, care Culmans. 5916-tf Three-bedroom unfurnished house; also furnished cottage. ; Cottage Grove, phone 10S7. ' 5916-6t 8-room cottage, cool and In good con dition. Apply 1115 Lunalilo St . J , &9l5-6t Rooms, mosquito proof, cool. 1621 i Nuuanu street ' . ; , 5918-lm , One large room. 320 . 5918-Ct King street, FURNISHED ROOMS THE NEW ERA HOTEL 1450 FORT STREET ABOVE VINEYARD ST. . 5749-tf , Old Homestead, Just opened; on Paua- hl and v Chaplain lane, back of The .Blalsdell; rates reasonable; phone 4677. The Service, 1260 Fort st; same management' ; ' .-! . - 689-tf ... :' : . . ... The old " Mercantile Rooming House, 631 King St, has- now opened up under new management under the name of the ! Tourieta Rooming House. V Jlooms rrfnsonable, clean and newly flted up.. . ' ; :- : 5876-tt . Cool, mosquito-proof furnished rooms, ' centrally located. ; Apply Helen's Court, opp. Y. M. C. A. :-y. - 5315-6t -v.. Furnished rooms; hot and cold water. 84 N. Vineyard st; mosquito proof. ' -: : 5895-lm ROOM. AND BOARD Excellent table board by the meal, . day or week"." Special rates by the ; month. Apply at the Roselawn, 1366 S. King st' . " ' ' y . 5912-tf Cool rooms with or without hoard can ; be had at the VIda ViUa, King st .. - ? 5808-lm' ;; ' . ' Two ' rooms i with or; without board. 2113 Nunanu. - . 5313-6t FURNISHED COTTAGES Furnished cottage and . light house keeping rooms; all conveniences; electric lights; bath, running wa ter; short distance from ;postof flee. Moderate. Ganzel Place, Fort and Vineyard. TeL 1R4L UNFURNISHED COTTAGES' Two . bedroom cottage for $20.00 a month; also two bedroom cottage, $17.00 per month, J. R. Wilson, 925 - Fort Street phone 3666. . . 5869-tf. v . y- Neat six-room cottage. King streef, near Peterson Lane; rent reasonable to good tenant; apply C. H. Thurs ton, Tel. 2473. 5776-tf ' ;-- Evidence of extortion by business agents of labor unions of large sums of money from manufacturers outside of Chicago, and from Chicago contract ors will be presented to a special fed eral grand Jury. ; AUDIT COMPANY OF HAWAII y ' ... - . ...'. 824 BETHEL STREET, P. OJ Box 446. Telephone' 2035 , Suggestions given for simplify ing or systematizing office work. All business confiden tial. ;-:.y-, f. Conducts all classes of Audits and investigations, and furnish es Reports on all kinds of fR nancial work. GAH FnAUClGCO Cw trK Uatoa tirc:t"a Fla $1X3 I to P ;r Assriu Pha a til t? New steel and concrete trtrno ture. Third addition of hundred rooms lust completed. A high class hotel at very moderate rates. In centtr of theatre and retail district On car llnea transferring to all parts of city. Electric omnibus meets All trains and steamers. -Haul sural rttoralst as Hswinaa Xtltaa -BMdqmmxUra. Cab's AddrM 'trtfiU'' ABO Coda. 4. U. IrfT, 2 PLEASANTOII TUT RE D UCED 'j, FOR THE . TOURIST ' I, FOR THE SERVICE , FOR THE KAMAAINA LUXURIOUS SUITES EXCELLENT CUISINE GET OUR RATES Before Settling Elsewhere HOTEL MB ' WAIMEA KAUAI - Newly Renovated 6 sat Hotsl t ' on KauaL' : '. TOURIST TRADE SOUCTTrD. V: GOOD MEALS. T Rates Reasonable. '' .'j , C. W. SPITZ : : : Proprietor ' c Try a month at the beachlt s will do you good. Fine boating, ' good meals and comfortableac--.r commodations at ; t l ' -' I "Hustace Villa"; w y Wa!kikl BeachV neit "Mciana , : '"i;'?:-;- Hotel. ::. '.: ... :-' X .X -.. ' .v.,;-..?";. . ; . .. - , . .- . ,.r .'4 . For Ladies and Gentlemen. Seaside Hotel "Finest dining room In the Ter ritory." Jolly Saturday evenlnj dances. - J. H. HERT8CHE, Manasr .-! .". HOTEL AUBREY "A Home Away from Home" " ' " An Ideal Vacation Spot Phone 772. ' Hauula, Oahu " A. 2UMSTEIN, Prop.' " .Oahu Railway Tickets to HALEIVA On 8ale at Wells ; ...... '. Fargo Co. Office - A REAL CHANGE OF CLIMATE can be had at the new boarding house la nearly 1000 feet elevation, near depot. grand scenery, fine bass fishing.. For particulars address E. L. Kruss, Wa hlawa. Phone 46a. DO IT ELECTRICALLY ; Hawaiian Electric Co. 25 FtS-ply Garden Ec : 3 : $350 JANES' GUILD C:. All kinds of Wrapping Par?r3 rI Twines, Printing and Writing 1 : AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPZ.1 & SUPPLY CO, LTI . Fort and. Queen Streets I,: Phone 1418. Geo. O. CtZL Czz. :