HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1914.
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HfcRE'S A QHIG SEWING APRON
IWofild You Like lo
Lending bat cleaners. Prices mod
erate. We sell the latest styles in
Panama and Felts. Work called for
and delivered, Blalsdell Building.
B. Komeya, wholesa! and retail
dealer in bicycles and accessories
' Kin street near Punchbowl street
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BICYCLES AND SUPPLIES. .
We hare Just received a splendid new
supply of PREMIER Bicycles from
mainland: also supplies.' H. Tosh
lmaga, 1218 Emma near Beretanla.
.' BUY AND SELL.
Diamonds, watches and Jewelry bought
' sold and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort
Royal Cafa, averythlng the best at
popular prices; fine home cooking;
prompt service; Beretanla, nr. Fort
CL, cpp. fire station. E. Mkano, jr
Eottca Cafe, coolest place in" town.
After 'the show drop In. Open day
' lad fcixhl EiJoo theater. Hotel EL
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Celmtla IxaC Rocn; quick terTlee
tsd cleanliness our motto; open day
' an LULL Hotel, cpp. Bethel street
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Tie Etla," Bethel bet Hotel and
Ulrs. A nice place to eat; tne
tent tocki. Open tight end day.
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The, Ilofbraa; Just cpened. " Hotel st,
opp. Bethel. Meals at all hours.
- E320-3m . -. :
lit uriciES Cafe. Eubitanuai xneais
v relents. Alakea cor Merchant 6t
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Gccrrs Y&nada, general contractor.
Estimates furnished.' No. . 208 Mb-
.. Cdless Building Telephone ,2157.
1 ble rates. Territory Urery Stable,
Canko Co. Sanko Mdfc Nuuann and 348 King,.nr. PunchbowL Tel. 235.
.Vineyard. Tel. 3151. .Contracts aaiB-tr .
tuCding.. paierhanging, cement. - MACHINE SHOP '
vcrk, cleans Mfint' vsagT.tr: '
. i- - IIaTe your repair work done by e
T, KobayaBhi. general contractor. 2031., pert. ' Kelloe'a MachfnA Rhn.
Business and visiting cards, engraved
or printed, . In .-attractive -Russia
leather cases, patent detachable
csxds. Etar-Billotln office. 5540-tf ?
CLOTHES .CLEANED. ,
Give your, work to Pioneer. Cleaners,'!
Deretania, cor. Alakea, ' Prompt
T. Hayashl; clothes cleaned, pressed.
Tel 2278. .Beretanla, cor PukoL
V 6913-lmC '?
ror expert clothes cleaning, ; The
Lf:a, iKng, at Maunakea. .
CLEANING AND DYEING.
Hcral Clothes Cleaning and Dyeing
Shcn. Call and deliver. Tel. 3149.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
The gasoline schooner KOMOKILA.
la command , of Captain ' George E. B Yamatoya, Bhlrta, pajamas, klmo
Plltr, will leave' Pier. 6 (Richards' 1108 to order; Nuuana near Pauahl.
6treet Wharf) for Maui and Molokal 5533-tf '
ports every TUESDAY at 5 p. m. and
for windward ports on Oahu every
FRIDAY at 5 p. m. For Information m . . . .
regarding rates, etc. telephone ilkEt"'!'-':'
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Visiting nobles of the Ancient Ara-.
Shrine, re cordially Invited to ac-
on their pilgrimage to Maui - August Te,?U ba?k at Greenwood, Miss ,
. 2L 1914. Those desiring to go are PitaalXxcd sat .. 135,000 was ordered
requested to communicate with the re- c,osef-i T cashier J. J. Green was
corder." H. C Brtras. In care of Ctoyne AAc-arKed witn misapproprlat-
Furniture Co, Young buUdlng. " ilng 1Z'00(-1 . i
: 5932-7t ' J Captain EwxL, Breckenrldge,. United
' ' - ..j States infantry, who served through
' David t Bernstein of ' New. York Spanish-American' war. under Gen
known as the "tough man of the East agdltfyeaw d,ed ,n xinon. Ky-.
Side was sentenced to one vear in ' 0 ; ' , .",'',''
" .v . ., .. Seve persons were injured, two
prison for threatening to kill a police- probably fatally, when a street car
PftPs': i .- .. 1 rammed a motor bus in Buffalo.
DANCING SCHOOL TANGO.
Classes now open Thursdays, Fridays
and Saturdays. 1 to 3 and 7:20 to
9:30 p. in. at the large and smal
balls. National Guard Armory. For
further information call or phone
A. E. Clarke. 1186 Alakea, phone
4276. Associate to Prof. L. A. Hep-
Durn, Instructor. ' 5907-lm
Johnson and Olson, dressmakers, Elite
building, Beretanla, near Bishop sis.
Union Employment Office, Tel. 1420.
All kinds of help. O. Hiraoka, Pro
prietor, 1210 Emma, cor. Beretanla.
5909-Sm --i -,
Y. Nakanisblr 64 Beretanla nr. Smith
street, for good cooks, yard boys.
Phone 4511; residence phone 4511.
Kaal Glee Club, 51 Young Bide.. Tel
3687, furnishes music any occasion.
Ernest K. Kaal, 61 Young Bldg., Tel.
3687, teaches vocal and instrument!
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T. Sato, cleaned, dyed and , blocked;
call and deliver; Kamanuwal lane,
near Beretanla sf Telephone 3723.
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Sun Wo, Gold and Silversnr.Ith; ma-
terial and work guarantee.- If not
satisfactory money . wHI ne refand
,ed. 1121 Maunakea, nr. Hotel street
.- 5531-tf ' ' ' t.
FlrRtK;Ia88 1Ivery turnout8 it re&gon
South, near King.
S. ShlrakL 122 Nuuanu; Tel. 4137.
rauiini8 ana paperbanglng. All
worK guaranteed. Bids submitted
free. . k5328-tf
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"We do not boast of low prices which
' usually coincide with poor quality;
. ' but we "know how" to put life,
'hustle and go Into' printed matter,
: and that is what talks loudest and
. ; longesL ; Honolulu Star-Bulletin Job
Printing Department, Alakea Street;
; Branch Orflce, Merchant streeL
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SHIRTS AND PAJAMAS.
. 1250 Fort, bulrts. pajamas, Wmonoa.
"J T l:rZr"Z Dauea on- a-
Make It a Daily Habit
Try it for a feV evenings on our say-so and
you'll read STAIM5ULLETIK .WANT ADS
. They point out effective wa of solving the
help problem and holding down the cost of living.
Army & Navy, Merchant Tailors;, up-.
to-date establishment; cleaning and.
repairing. 163 King, cor .Bishop st;
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UMBRELLA MAKER. , .;
R. Mlzuta. Umbrellas made and re-'
paired. 1284 Fort, near KukuL Tel
ephone 3745. . -: . , '
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Auto, Motorcycle and Bicycle 5 Tires
vulcanised. Talshp vnlcanlrlng Co., ,
180 Merchant, near; Alakea. Street ?
Telephone 3197," - S." Salkl, manager. i;
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Dr. R. -E. " Merrill, Mclnerny'a Shoe '
: Store, Fort ; above : King.. tPrivate
room for ladles. Charges reason-'
; -able;'. - ms-tt I
' Sealed tenders will, be received by
the Superintendents of. Public, Works,
up until 12 noon of Saturday,-August ?,
29, 1914, for the, grading and construc
tion of street pavements and ' pedes
trial , way in the Auwalollmu .Tract,
Honolulu, T. H. -,) ' '
. The . Superintendent of Public
Works reserves .the right to reject
any or all .tenders.' ,(y ; J V, '
Plans,; specifications and ' blank
forms of proposal are on file In ;the,'
office of the Superintendent of Public
Works, Capitol Building, Honolulu
' CHAS. Rv FORBES",.' '
Superintendent of Public Works. V
Honolulu, August 8, 1914. x '
MOSQUITOES? . PHONE 3595;
The Board 'of Health requests i
all householders in Honolulu and
vicinity who are - troubled with
mosquitoes to telephone 3595.
Ask for the Mosquito Man, and
tell him your troubles. The mat
ter will, be immediately attend-'
ed to. : V-:'
Find names of five citie.
' ' . ' AXiWKR XO TX8TXSDAT8 FCZZXa t
Mrs. Carolina Fernandez, Union : sL
Madeira embroidery, luncheon sets,
-baby caps and dresses.1' Specialty of
initial and hemstitching. Reasonable.
Miss Nellie Johnson,: 1119 Union SL
Evening gowns, lingerie, dresses,
' . fjk5341-tf n ; ;i ::.',
F.orlaesf creations in millinery, The
. Fuji Hat Co!,' Nuuanu, cor; Pauahi.
' '- - -v r 5920-lm .'r. ?
Jas.,T. Taylor,. 511 Starigenwald bldg.,
consulting civil & hydraulic engin'r.
; MUSIC LESSONS.:
J Private " lessons on - Violin. "Mandolin,
Guitar, English. Banjo and Ukulele
by a teachef of many ryears experi
ence. Address P.O. Box 3li TeL 4179
' v;:'-. -5650::-,. ;.N
Ernest K. Kaaj 51 Youns Bldg. TeL
; 3687, guitar ukulele, mandolin, ban
jo, xlther; .violin, cello and vocal.
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Bergs trom M uslc Co. -
steal instruments. '
: :; 6277-tf
Music and ma-1020-1021
Violin and piano taught by expert 831
'' N.- King : st . ..... . -.:-.'.- -;- . .. .
:. - v., ,.' 6919-lm r r. '
The Healani Glee Club -furnishes mu
sic for all occasions I terms reason
able. ; John ' Camacho, manager;
' ' phone 5136. t .- C522-lm
W. L. Eaton, collector on commision.
Telephone ; 1842. '
BUTJTTEAn JAROUNDf ANIVPO;
-THIS 'CONCORPANCeTfor Ei
I G HT EN?MY?B UR D E hX
:- k rat t Mrt
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HHAT If .'eggs' are broken and on
r- does not wisb to use them at om-
they can be kept for tvio or even three
days without: the'. slightest deteriora
tion In value by removing th shell,
dropping them Into a porcelain cup and
covering with cold water?' The water
can easily be poured off when one is
ready t cook them, and they will not
tlck to the vessel In which they have
That & small white marble In the
pot In which rice Is cooked will elim
inate the necessity of stirring, as It
will roll around and prevent the rice
from sticking? -The rice should be
well washed, covered with boiling wa
ter and cooked over a slow Are till the
water has all boiled out.
That a delicious egg filling for sand
wiches may be made by beating to
gether the yolks of six very hard boil
ed eggs with four tablespoonfuls of
minced Spanish' onion, half teaspoon
ful of celery salt and scant half tea
spoonful of black pepper? The whites
of the eggs are .'sliced Into. thin rings
and placed between the slices of bread.
ARE WE COMJNG TO THIS?
fpiIE curious modjs which women af
' :Stci i now began as fax back", as
r 179S. which , is .a-?, period we should
hardly wish to copy in most respects.
A dance not at ajl unlike the tango
was iq vogue .at that time' and had
many exponents, , who , . danced in loose
bodices opening In a V ehape from the
shoulders almost to the waist. Skirts
were slit and were often made cf trans
.We may return to the gowns of that
period, ,: which were without waists,
having simply a girdle to . the bust,
with skirts caught up rather short in
front and slightly trained at the back.
In 1800 women . wore sandals and bare
feet. Corset belts were only about two
Inches wide. Some gowns were caught
up - to the knee with large cameos.
Soon fashion , overreached Itself, and
then came crinolines, ' pointed footgear
and unnaturally small waists. Are we
coming to this? .'. :" .
VALUABLE D R ESS ACCESSO RY."
'JT VERY-woman knows the decorative
affair., may be brought forth from wide
soft ribbon of the plain or printed va
rity,!To make, form a plaited girdle
.with' two long ends In the back. Draw
these sash ends into points, each point
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terminating In a beaded, tasseL above
which la. a cup shaped, beaded. orna -
menL Make a beaded triangle edged
with a liny frill of the.allk.. place this
directly In the back of the girdle . Such
a sash Is easy "to make and yerydressy. J
HAWAII VILL ERECT PEACE PALACE
Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 12.Plans
for the erection of a unique and beau- New Zealand, and Chancellor. David ,auVtries -tiful
Pafl-PaciBc pavilion on the Pana-, Starr Jordan of SUnford. If the plan C'fC8 besides exWbThistOTl-: )
ma-Pacific International ; exposition is approved by the exposition, the tS mmtntK-'-
grounds, ta be built by the people of, structure will .be donated by the lft ) Ard SJ .will
tries washed by the Big Western
ocean, to be used as "The Hague of
the Paciflc, . nave reacned'San Tan- f . , and coloring. Th3re will also be hand-
ctsco on the steamship Matsonia. The The .Pan-Pacific -. Tavilion al- Bome kiosks cf koa wood (Hawaiian
tentative plans have been ; submitted , thoinjh ' - the ', contribution V of .the mahogany) containing large transpar
to the exposition ofBcIals by A. PTay- leading -;i business ' men of the encje8 and meteorological data,
lor,' resident representative of the Ha-1 Hawaiian Islands, is disUnct from , In tne center of the main hall will
valiaa exposiOon commission ; . ' the official Jlawallan bunding whose D4tiv0 8ingtog boys, whose fame
-The Idea of the proposed auditorium
is as novel
va. . h ni,n r th hiMinr
is distinctive. . It is designed to be
used as a common . council .chamber
for reBresentatlves and visitors. from
all countries, in and , bordering upon
the Pacific, Including Hawaii Austra
lia, New Zealand, Samoa, China and
the Philippines, representatives of all
these countries having, approved the
scheme. It is also supported" by the
which ex-Governor Walter F. Frear of
Hawaii is president by the Hawaiian
Promotion Committee, '.', and by such
well-known 'men.' as J. P. Cooke, the
sugar magnate, who have guaranteed
the cost of the pavilion. Speaking; of
the design of the proposed Pan-Pacific
pavilion, Commissioner Taylor said:
"The building as planned will fol
low the tropical lines of the old-time
Samoan council house, with, graceful
cocoanut tree uprights, with hundred
fold drapes of the peculiar tapa cloth
of the south seas, in lieu of walls. It
will be about 100 feet ; long and 60
feet " wide, with the towering conical
roof of palm or cocoanut thatch. The
Samoan council chambers were con
sidered neutral ground, where. aJl the
tribes' were wont to gather to settle
differences and to promote the general
Walfare. 'And so the. design is pecu
liarly appropriate for a pavilion plan
ned to house the councilors, commer
cial bodies and clubs of all the Pa
cific peoples. It will be appropriate
also at this time of European strife,
as . the .peace . pavilion for the ex
change of methods and the cooperat
ing commercially1 and t Industrially of
ttiaa ' AvAfimo-
m V tV WUlUi UXilWIVO m w CI j ui'ia
that wUt draw the-wnrM'i atiftntirm
more eeneranr tn th 'wonderful' re-1
sources and. products of, this half of
the world. It Is the idea of Alexan
der Hume Ford, editor 'of the Mid-Pacific
Magazine, who has just returned
from a tour cf all the countries involv
ed In the interest of - the : .'Hands-Around-the-PaciSc
-a club. This club
is officered by such well-known men as
Wm. Cameron Forbes, ' ex-Governor-
general , of the - PhUippines; Andrew -
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VVHEN milady sew s aport dainty lingerie tor embroidery she wishes to wen
. an apron to protect her work' from, soil tf she happens to be wearing
dark goun. The prett- little apran inusrted bcre Is made of the finest batistl
trimmed with edging and lnettion'5of vtencjennes. , i . '
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ARRANGEMENT OF 'FLOWERS!
I "PLOWERS often bloom In jtLihceS"
. iitis ia iiuc nticiuct mi j
re rrowlnr In the garden or endtnt
J their lives' as cut flowers IrtTSoaiw.
but It is in the latter case that they
are the more frequently decided mis
fits. ' ' ; ';. .
It Is. easy to understand that the
- Ilsher. prime: minister cf. Australia;
Sir Joseph -War., prime , minlsteniof
countries for tteir common use during
Ss.u?- v,1 :luw eai0Juuu r
. i . .1. v-. ..11 A
cn July 7, ana wnicn win do usea as a
combined club house and, Exhibition
bunding. For its official headquarters we thoTe "oT lighter vein. The
budlng and display, the .Zl Ur -SSJTnJl
:aPPrOPritedJi! t i r of interpreting the varying moods
g' SB cf the people, from deepest pathos to
construction, is designed with the
Idea of creating the charm and atmos
phere of modern Hawaii "The Para
dise of the Pacific," while the pavilion
proposed as the ; Pan-Pacific council
chamber win hark back to the unique
native, architecture of the old kings
of Samoa. . :
The Hawaiian building will be com -
pleted In December, at which time the
secretary of the territory. W. w. teresting displays cf all the 42 states
Thayer,: and Chairman H. P. Wood, of anj. 40 foreign countries which have
the Hawaii exposition commission, will committed themselves to the erection
corned to San! Francisco formally to rf buildings and the installation of ex
take over the building from A. P. hlbits at the PanamarPaclflc Interna
Taylor, the present representative of tional exposition,
the commission. The architecture fol-j - ' - " --0 m ' ' '
lows' the f-nl:2t"i:: Charlei" Grieder. a boy aviator of
common-in Honolulu Mterior pate N . , . attained a height of
SL5r.U515.r:Si?:--.W0O feet in an aeroplane built by
effect which prevails throughout the f
exposition. The roof Is of red tiles.'
The main entrance leads through a
pergola and open "lanar Into a tropi
cal garden, reception room, rest rooms.
etc. . :'.;'
Across from the rotunda wlli be the
great aquarium room, while at either
side will be the large exhibition rooms.
In . the angles of the Kings will fce two
principal dioramas, consisting of ar
tificially illuminated scenes of typi
cal spots. In Hawaii. One of thess
shows the famous Pali or precioico
near Honolulu from which is obtained
i f -
U view of the entire side of the Island
of Oahu. It was at this Pali that!
Kamehameha the Great, more than a
century ago; - defeated the , Oahuan
army. - In the rout the Oahu an s plung
ed la a mass over the precipice to
death. 1000 feet below. " '
- The aquarium, 68 feet by 30 feet,
will be the most interesting feature of
the building. , The. glass tanks will be
filled at Intervals with pure seir -vater
obtained fron near the FarralJoaes fey
roomr'with the dark hangings or wal
paper mut, be brightened with tb
trayet blospoms at one's disposal, wltl
f roUen clw and yellow asters or Crinv "
Wnfamblers. However much one ntf;'
long for ,. the gorgeous poppies, the
should te bft In the garden, for thot
beauty will not last an hour " aita
steamers and brought to the exposi
tion grounds, and there pumped to tho
I Hawaiian building. . It will be stocked
with the rarest and most beautiful fish
cf the midpaclficoccan, brilliant of
color and grotesque cf shape. It is be
ing laid cat under the - direction of
Prcf. Kofoid, of the University of Cal
iforn'a, who has an International rep
utation as a specialist. in aquariums.
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, . Ja the exhibition wings will be
. .J"?' Sfhv SSfntor ul
' borne will be s very attractive In form
as vocalists has soread around the
world. The peculiar pathos of the
Zl.:Z SZ rj il ..r.
.bubbling laughter. A special feature
will be the lecture room arranged for
' motion pictures in colors, and stereop
ticon slides. The wall of the stereop-
ticon room will carry a fine display
. MrraA nf,ntWr.nhi ni naintinra
. Island Bceneg AU ,n a tQe terrl.
j tory described by Mark Twain as "the
; finegt j mi e fleet of islands In the
worjd- will make one of the most In-
824 BETHEL STREET
P. O. Box 446. Telephone 2035
Suggestions given for simplify
ing or systematizing office
work. All business confiden
tial. Conducts all classes of Audits
and investigations, and furnish-
Reports on all kinds f Ti
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