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The SkMetin Want Ad7M the Wor imv r the bnjcr and that Help ! it CLAROIFIED BPBPJE03 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FKIDAY AUGUST 21, 1914. Do Make immediate and profitable returns from in vestment in the STAR-BULLETIN Want Columnilf: tod have nnvthin? to soli von can find no better or nuietrr trav of finding than? through the STAIMHTLLETIN Want Ads. THOUSANDS read them. For oneent?-arrord you can reach the STAB-BULLETIN S 5,000 and more snbscribere 'means MORE than 15.000 READERS. Surelv in that vast nnmW rriil smmthin- n lirtl WW Ail will t L Wanted, Sitnation Wanted. Furnished Cottages, nroiahedi nouses, Furnished Robins; Real Eltjtejr anvthing ForSalcor To Rent 1 STEM ED 1 G T V FOR RENT i i FOR SALE Lawn tnowers the kind and make tbat not only do tbe cutting properly, but keep sharp longer and last for many season. Phone, 1261. Lew era & Cooke, Ltd., King street I,",' Tbe Transo envelope." trrae-eaving 'tn-' rention. ' No addressing necessary 1 In sending out bills of receipts. S nolulu 8tar-BulletIn Co, Ltd, sole agent for patentee, "tf Kruger. piano in perfect condition; leaving town; chance to secure great bargain. Inquire, 1436 Young street. v 592842 Ford runabout, good condltlon;"'ili5 cash will take it See V. V. Newell, Schuman Carriige Co. ; C035-5t WANTED Everyone with anything for sale tc ' "Play Safe.". Considering the fac ' tors .'of sales, success in planning an ' ad .;is mora satisfactory than ! knowing how It happened" after- ; ward. Star-Bulletin Want Adi -Brlng'IIome tbe tfme.,?' . : Bacon"7 every 5399-tf All lQVer'f0f music to develop talent; by taking lessons from Ernest K KaaT 51 Young Building. TeL 3689 . ; 5381-tf . Cocon'u and cocoanut husks bought in 'any quantity. Pacific Fibre Co., V Ltd:, 1582 Lilila st. Phone 4033. . 5935 tl BEFERE JCE FOB BUST PEOPLE AUTOMOBILE. Frank Baker, now, located at Oahu Auto Stand. Phone 384 8. - . .v S892-2m EL. VERANO PHONE 2004. : 1049 Beretaniat Flrstlass rooms and board, reasonable . rates; cot- . tages In course of construction. Hen ry G. Bedford, manager. . ' 5927-lm- CITY CLOTHES CLEANERS. Are prepared to handle your work . Nuuanu at Vineyard. Phone 6042.. - , ' . :V 53224m , ; . : : y 'J . HOTEL TAXI STAND. PHONE 4400, BUICK CARS. TAXI RATES; -i 8EHVICE DAY AND NIGHT. JOHN VIERRA. MANUEL COSTA AND M. TL GO N SALVES. 5909-3m MILLINERY. K. Isoshlma, atyjlha millinery. King ner Bethel Phone 2138. -..y:, 5922-tf F. W. HUSTACE ; Motorcycle and. Auto Repairing. 42? Queen at ; , Telephone ,1498. : : ' S9Q3tf ; Billiard-poole table; almost new. Thurston are.; piione 411(J1 . C936-4t 1546 Good. InTestmerl; " over 10 per cent; rented house. Tel. 1842. ' 6830-tf : ' ' . Inter-Island anl Oahu Railroad ahlp ping books at Star-Bulletin office, tf COCOANUT PLANTS FOR .8 ALE. Cocoanut plants for. Kale; Samoan va riety. Apply A. D., Hills, Li hue, KauaL . 6277-tf Jonas Canfleld. 60 years old, was found dead In Keuka Lake. at Pen Van, N. standing: upright against the pier in water 20 feet deep near Kueka landing. FoaTerrler, male puppy. Address P. CL box 808. City. v 5935-t SITUATION WANTED NATIONAL GUARD BULLETIN -1. Schoolboy wants work mornings and evenings. Address T. II." box 71. City. 53J6-6t PHOTOGRAPHERS! FOR SALE. Hx8H Premo toamera with Goers Dagor lens f6.8 in Nolute shutter, ; with telephoto lens, wide angle lens and complete equipment for dark and finishing room. To be had at a bargain. Can be seen at Honolulu Photo Supply Co.' 5926-tf The German cruiser Karlsruhe over hauled . the - Italian steamer Monte- i h)n 200 miles ttmt or th Ranhama He walked off thje land demanded the ship's - papers. , A pier at 29 o'clock, his watch stopped I searc was made for arms and ammu-' at that hour. ' ' nltion. - . - ' Roster of officers" list of regular drill nights, stations, and current Infor. mation for the National Guard of HawaiL Armory., corner Hotel and Millar streets.-- :'...;'......;.. .--'r ' . . , . GENERAL 8TAFF. ' Col. John W. Jones. The Adjutant General. MaJ. Charles W. Zlegler, Inep.-gen. MaJ. Elmer T. XVInant, Ord. Dept. : . . ' (Brevetted Colonel.) ' ' : ; - i JJ v MaJ.. Charles B. Cooper 8urg.-gen." (Brevetted Ueut.Colonel.) MaJ. John W. Short, Chief Q. M. v , ; (Brevetted LleutColonet) MaJ. Emil C. Peters, J. Adv.-genv Aide to the Governor, CapL J. D. Dougherty, Infantry. INSPECTOR-! NSTRUCTGR'S OFFICE. , Lieut W. C. Whttener, U. $. A Inspector-Instructor. . Officers' school every Monday, 5 p. m. : ; . a'. . REGIMENTAL FIELD AND 8TFF OFFICERS, ISrjNF GARAGE A MACHINE SHOP. ; For machine work call at the Pala ma Garage and Machine Works, King, near Llliha. 6919-lm' TAXI. - .'.-" Tony Tavares, Bethel street stand. Phone 4004. ' .591Mm BY AUTHORITY. RESOLUTION NO. 196V CapL Henry Van Gleson Q. M. C. CapL' Leo L, Sexton. Med. DepL Mai William E. Sal. 3rd:BaL , 1st Lt. John W, Kanaeholo, AdJL 2nd Lt, George IL Cummlnga, Q. M. MaJ. Merle Mr Johnsonlst' Baf 1st LL Charles R. Frazfci. Adit 2nd-LL4toacoe W Perkins, Q. M . -Chaplain, .Valentin. Fraaekx (Capt.). To Our AdvertisersrV Do you take your advertising seriously? JDo you conscientiously use every' available-;.-means to: get the) utmost; in; results"'f rom -yourV'f ads? - .. V . ' '' -- -- ; : Advertising is ' a ; scienee-and it, is cufre . gpondingly truefHwlajriising, as of any other line" of endeavor,; that in. orerlbbtain maximum in results it must.be done thoroughly. and exhaustively. ; ; lichee Therc is m(ire to(Vvertisg.than; the mere ' publication bfl certain stipulated facts and tD'yo" insist that'youeiuptpyes read. your . , ods, that they anay; familiariz themselves with . the specials oi the dayan thereby cooperate with your patnsf'iu;.inalang7tlieir purchases? Do you clip and post, in conspicuous places in your establishmeht,ur7ad85as they appear. , to facilitate this" - . -r f . Do your employes call tie? attention of your customers to the fact that you Advertise for their n a . Jl .1 x J . 1 A. ' ocnenr suggesing wax tuey wouia ao weit to . watch for- and read your announcements? Do you extend every courtesy at your com- v r' mand to those who come into! your store that 1 they may be. imprvsseu with the cordiality of your house, so that when hey; notice your ads . they .will stop audi read what "The House of Courtesy ' has to say? ';r-- :- v - Advertising, in retail stores, tends to tone- . ' up the entire establishment It puts the store on record as promising certain definite things--in quality of merchandise, in character of serv- -ice. . Do you see to it that the dignity accorded your store by advertising is lived up to? These are a few questions and a few sug gestions, : perhaps, that may. serve to help our . . advertisers in deriving every penny's worth of value from the money invested in advertising. To attain and permanently maintain a profit able business, it is absolutely necessary to lay down certain standardsadvertise them and ' then live up to them! " :: ' -i- " , '-i'.: ' V' .- -. ' - i " He icho would by his efforts rise ; : ' - ; Must tcbrknd dccrisc. . : ' - -: : ' ; - ; r ' c:THB AD MAN." ' V" Lt-CoL WillUA R. Riley, CapL James Al Thompson AdJL Capt George p. Schrader, Q. M.: -CapL Arthnr W.'Neelyr'Insp. 8. A.VP. Capt Reginald- W. Warham, ComVjr. Mai Gusuve Rose, 2nd Bat r ? 2nd Lt Fred W." Humphrey, Q. M. : - - COMPANIES 8TATJO -ItED AT HONOLV1LU.- Company A--Capt IL P. 0SuUIvan, 1st Lieut -P. M. Snflobt; 2d Lieut J. L. '. . ; ' ; L. K. Cunningham. Thursday, 7:30 p. m ."''.icJi-. 'u- i. ' ConujUny- B-Sapt Paul Super, 1st Lieut W.. P. Aruslrons, 2nf' Lieut' A. J.-.' '. .; . , ' . .Lowrej. Wednesday, 7:30 pJ m.-;" ' ri,. ; Company C Capt J. M. Camara, 1st Lieut' L. R. MedetroaT 2nd Lieut G. -vW;. :C;.K. Stein.- Friday, 7:30 p. ml ' T' Tr Company, D Capt W. V. Kolb.. 1st Lieut F. W. Wichmaa; W'f Uent Q. -.;V...J, No- rifle Dractice at Kakaaho ranee next Sunday. Company E Capt C M. Coster, 1st Lieutr John Hilo. MbndAy; r.20ip'.xn. Company. FTl.t LleuL M, It Houghtamng. .d Went; J. . -. :. -7;$0 p.m. 'v- - 4 J. - " ;" leatlons' -' . company u -vapu t. r . rva-ne. LdeuuL iv-uo, uu ubuw !-, -Kalna.v Monday, 7:30 p m. ) v.'"'-'; v ' '' Company H Capt L. W. Redington, 1st Lieut J". a Lo. . Tuesday;7:30 p. m. Cotnpaay K(Attacned to 2nd Battalion) Capt J.W. Cook; f 1st Lieut W. , . i" ; Ahla, 2nd Lieut E. . K; Chung. Thursday, 7:30 pav'"--:-wV-;.:-av,vr v . : J ' STATIONED ON MAUlV; -'V,';;:;;f'v Company I WallukuCapt W; F. Kaae, 1st L'Ait W. S. ChllUngsworth,! X' : 2nd Lieut R, K. Wilcox. - ?r - r " fU ofr; . . Company L Lahalna Capt W. F. Young lst Lieut W. K.,Kaluaklnl?' ' - -- .T ... . , STATIONED ON HAWAII. : vVc: Company M nilo Capt , J. D. Easton, 1st Lieut H.-.TI.- Morrttstirt . ' : .7 - LleuC J.-S::Cacerea. ' : . - - ". .'V''' . -v: ' ; ' MEDICAL OFFICERS WITH SANITARY TROOPS. Ufa 4 W T rtlttn'itrna i. ' nt. V 7. lMnmnr 4 Cnf " " Jl 4V aMAWM V ' -; , Vif tT l SJT Capt R.1 W. Beat. SSi r- f By Latest MailJ ,r LONDON, Aufr 2. The French em bassy in London today issued theipl 1 owing statement: ; i i V . ? r : German troops have Invaded Luxem burg. Germany has violated the neu trality of Luxemburg. This neutrality was established by a treaty negotiated and signed In London in April of 1867. Ratifications of this treaty were ex changed in London, May 30, 1867. Ar Itcle II of it reads as follows: "The grand duchy of Luxemburg will be a. state perpetually" neutral. The powers which sign, the present treaty declare themselves as bound to( respect this neutrality and to make it respected by others This, neutrality la placed under the" guarantee of ? the powers which hkve signed the treaty.' . I The . British ' ambassador: at Berlin asked the German secretary of state for f oreign affairs whether Germany was1 prepared to respect the neutrality of Belgium. The German secretary of state' for foreign affairs' declared' that he was not able to ahirwer. "The neu trality of Belgium has been established by a treaty, signed In London: y. I The German 'ambassador at St Pe tersburg notified Russia of the declar ation of war by his government when negotiations were pending between Austria-Hungary and Russia -and at the very moment .when Austria-Hungary had declared that she-waa pre pared - to consider the matter of the Austro-Serb- conflict with Servia-prJ with a . neutral power onf behalf of Servia; : t :: t: i - v, - The German ambassador at Paris yesterday morning had an interview with the French prime minister con cerning the Austro-Serb conflict and especially about the decision reached I by Austria-Hungary to consider - the 'matter with JServia or with a neutral .power speaking in behalf of Servia. , In spite of this, on the afternoon of me same aay war- wasdeclared by Germany on Russia. - -France 'was" asked to; tell wtiat she sia knd Germany and the German am bassador at Paris ' began ; to prepare everything for his departure from the French capital. '-&:f"iM-' ' f i July 31. Germany called tb lhe flag the last five ' classes of her reservists. This she could' do by means - of the martial law proclaim ed by. Germany which permitted her to keep the news secret Consequently, otiJuly 31,; mo bilization was going on in Germanyr In spite of this France waited until Aug.' 1, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, to order general mobilization. ' This was done'for the purpose1 of making clear that she was not the aggressive power, andjilsa thkLshe might be able to claim British support - -; General mobilization 'was ordered in France Aug: 1,' at 5 "o'clock In the af ternoon, .The first day of mobilization began Aug: 2' at midnight' J REAL ESTATE TBAJTSACTIOKS 4 , , , f . .. t . , - ..-i.. Be It Resolved by the Board of Su pervisors of the City and County of Honolulu, Territory, of Hawaii, that the sum of. Two Thousand Three Hun dred and' Eighty (52,380.00) Dollars be and the same Is hereby appropriat ed but of all , moneys In the general fund of the Treasury for the followfeg purposes, to-wit: i , - Maintaining of roads, Koolau : poko District Waikane road ' . . . . .1100.00 Mamtenance of roads, Hono , lulu ' District . . . . . ; . . . ..V. . 1,180.00 Presented by ' , ; WM. IL.McCLELLAN, . ' - , - x ' .- Supervisor. . Honolulu. August 19, 1914. . r , At a regular adjourned meeting of the Board of Supervisors of the City and County of Honolulu, held on Wed nesday, August 19, 1914, the forego ing resolution' was passed . on First Reading and . ordered to print on the following vote of said board: . Ayes: :Hardesty, McClellan, Mark ham, Pacheco. Total -4. - Noes : : None.' .,;:- .t . ;. Absent and not voting; . Wolter, re trie, Cox. I Total 3. : . ( : :-: - ,E. BUFFANDEAU, f Deputy ' City', and County Clerk. t r ; 5936-Aug. 19, 20. 21. : : ' ; ; " Oeslrab.'a bouses U various parts' of the city, furnished and unfurnished.' at 115, $1S. 20. 25. 30. 13 ,40 and up to 12S a month. Be . ut In our office. Trent Trust Co. LtL. Fort Bt, between King and Merchant . ' 1412-tf Nicely furnished house, four bedrooms - and sleeping porch, $50. No child ren. Apply Mrs. B. F. Lee, 1534 Ma gazine st 'shone 1463. : 5914-tf ; In CoIKge hills, on carline, three-bed room furnished house, for one year or, longer. Apply - W. T. Schmidt, with H. Hackfeld A Co, Ltd. ; '.. 5927-tf Suite cool, mosquito-proof rooms; pri vate family. 1020 Richards st, opp. Capitol ground j. Phone 21.9. ; - . 5336-6t Four-bedroom furnished house In Ma : noa, on car line. Apply D. H. Gil more, C Brewer & Co., Ltd. , 5933-tf ' . Furnished cottage for rent; 5 rooms. 63G Hotel st near AlapaL 5932-tf 1 ' FURNISHE0 ROOMS SEALED TENDERS. .Sealed .Tenders .ill. be received up to 12 o'clock noon, on , the 31st day of August, -A,:D. .1914, at -the office of the Clerk of the City and County of Honoraluv room Nov. 8, Mclntyre jbujld; ing. for furnishing all materials,, tools and labor necessary . to" construct cations Ewa Three (3) buildings f i Walpahu-rtThree , (3) - buildings. ' 'Alea Three. (3) boildlngs. . : . Walalua Four (4) 1 buildings.. . ' KahukuTwb (2) buildings. Wahiawa'-One (1) building. y ' " ! Walmanalo One (I) building. " . !Manoa Two (2) buildings. CKalihiwaena Two (2) buildings.' L : Kamoilllli Four (4) buildings. ' ' i Plans, specifications and form of proposal may, be had upon applica tion and a deposit of Five ($3.00) Dol lars at the office of the City and Coun ty Clerk-: . - :- :-.-:;;?-:;rv; Thei'Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reject any- or all tenders and to waive all defects. D. KALAUOKALANl, JR., ' City and County-Clerk: 5936-Aug: 19, 20, 21, 22; 24, 23, 26,; 27, i :. --i . '" ' "28." 29. - ' ' - Two large fron rooms, adjoining bath, single or en ; su;; " also, use cf ie cepon room; suitable Tor doctor or other professional man or. family; table board If desired. Twa blo;ks from the business center. Engleslde Hotel, 251 Tlneyard st; phone 1863, . ,. 5936-tf V THE NEW ERA HOTEL 1450' FORT STREET ABOVE VINEYARD ST. 5749-tf y Engleslde, 251 Vineyard st Open un j defv new. management; large, cool : rooms; with or without board; la hai dining room. ' Only two blocks from center of town; Phone 18631 ... ; : 6934-lm UNFURNISHED HOUSES House on Wilder - rent reasonable, in, 1519 or 1787. I " ' i 5934-6t ave., 3 bedrooms; Phone A. Th even- Modern ,5-room cottage,' . mosquito ' proof; 30. Telephone 2664. .. ..u-..; 5934-tf ROOM AND BOARD Excellent table board: by the meal, day or week. Special rates by the month. Apply at the Roselawn, 1366 S. King at . . -'-. - 5912-tf : : .- .. . FAMILY HOTEL ft. SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE: Entered of Record August J9, 1914, From 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. sn. . William C Achl Tr to Henry Wa- terhouse Trust Cq Ltd.;; ..... . M William C. Achi Tr to Allen ; Robinson Ltd '. . . . . . . . . 4 . ; . r. . . M Paul Muhlendorf -Tr . to - William 0 AcUl Tl " D Entered of Record. August 20, 1914, From 8:39 a." m. to 10:30 a. m. J P Cockett to Chun Chong L Est of .Mrs B M Allen by Exors i to W C AchI.Tr .v. ......... . . . Rel Paul Muhlendorf Tr et al to Haro Miyata . .,..V. .... . . .... D Haru Sliyata & hsb toMutual In vestment Co. of Haw Ltd . ..... M Hoffman Caf e y; Reevr.to Fu Wah et al -. ... ......... B s r f tJnder and by virtue of a Writ ' of Execution issued by . the ' Honorable. J. M. Monsarrat, ' District: Magistrate of Honolulu, City and County of Ho nolulu, Territory v ofT Hawaii, on' the 21st day of July, A. D. 1914, Jn the matter of Harry T.'" Mills, plaintiff against the' United Mercantile Co., de fendant I-did at said Honolulu, City and County, and Territory aforesaid, on: the. 22nd day of. July, A. D. 1914. levy upon and , shall offer for. sale and sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder, at the Police Station, Kala kaua Hale, in said Honolulu . at 12 o'clock noon of Saturday the 22nd day of August A. D. 1914, . all the right, title and interest of said United Mer cantile Co., defendant in and to the following . described , property unless the sum of Two Hundred and ninety one and 94-100 ($291.94) dollars,, that being the amount for which said Exe cution ; was Issued, together with In terest, costs, . my. fees and v expenses are previously paid: - : ... I One '. automobile, Cadillac, Jior 1680. One - automobile, Studebaker. No. 1246. Tcnns CASH' v: " A'r Dated Honolulu. July 22. 1914. ; .CHARLES H.. ROSE, Sheriff. CiCy and County of Honolulu. 5913 July 23. Aug, 7, 21.' The Cassldy, only home hotel, Wal- ' klkl Beach, consists of Individual : cottages and single rooms. Cuslne excellent. 1000 ft promenade pier ; at . the end. of ; which is splendid . bathing pool and , beautiful view. 2005 Kalia . road. TeL 2879. Terms reasonable. ; - 5367-tf THIS' DR. OSLER'SAVS WE V AtL HAVE CONSUMPTION. ': V (By Latest MailJ - - i LEEDSj iEngrSIr William Osier, professor of- medicine at . Oxford: unl versity; startled the huge audience at the conference for the prevention of consumption by telling them that they were all practically tuberculous. He said: - -. - -o'v.-;i? "If with the. aidtf - radiuni and microscope I couldVloot.thecnests of the audience I am addressing. In 90 per cent of you I would xmo traces or tuberculosis."- '. - - ' ik. i LIMA;--Peru. The PeruvtlnCfflii- xess has authorized the construction of a suspension bridge over the Mages river, v province of Cast ilia, betTeeii would do in case of war between Rtis- Cantos and CorlrL - . (KHnSBSSSaHBMBHHHM FltO',1 ISLANDS ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICETO ' . CREDITORS. ' ; . v The undersigned duly .'appointed, ad ministrator .of tho estate Of 'Samuel Kanut ' late- ' 6t Honolulu. ' fsland of Oahu, deceased Intestate, hereby gives notice, to all persons having claims against said estate to present the same to the underrigned at bis office In the Judiciary building, in- said Ho nolulu, within six months from" date or they will.be forever barred. And all persons .Indebted to the1 deceased are hereby, requested to . make imme diate settlement with the undersigned. Dated, Honolulu," T. - H, July 31, 1914." , :v -: -.iU: . C HENRY SMITH, ; Administrator, estate Samuel Kanuf, . deceasecL, ' - : ; 5920 July 3L Aug. 7, 14. 21 28,' -y " By Latest Mail MANILA, P. I. Passengers going to the United States may now carry as many cigars and . cigarettes as they like along with their personal . bag gage, according to a United States treasury decision handed down on July 14. A cable from Brigadier-general Frank Mclntyre, chief of the bureau of insular affairs in Washington, to the executive bureau, received yester day, states: . S , 'Referring to telegram from your of. flee of the 20th ultimo .treasury dec! sion July 14 authorizes passengers to bring 50 cigars or cheroots or 300 ci garettes free of internal revenue tax and any number additional, provided legally packed and Internal revenue tax paid." ; ' The privileges of bringing in 50 ci gars and 300 cigarettes has been in force foe some years. The neV ruling permits passengers to bring in amounts greater than .these. in' their baggage ; provided ' the necessary In ternal revenue duties areTpald. ' When the governor-general and to bacco Interests here joined forces, sev eral months: ago In an effort to ex tend the trade of the United States in Philippine cigars a United States treasury decision was obtained permit ting cigars In small quantities to be sent to the states by mail, as this was believed to be an effective means of advertising the insular tobacco pro duct Since this concession was se cured the matter of obtaining the priv ilege of carrying cigars and cigarettes in small quantities 'with personal bag. gage was taken up with the Washing ton authorities. SAN FHAUCIGCO Cm.-t Strwt, (fete S4aae Eirccia Flaa W t fc? P New steel and concrete struc ture. Third addition of hundred rooms Just completed. A high class hotel at very moderate rates. In center of theatre and retail district On car lines transferring to all parts ot city. Electric omnibus meets all trains .and steamers.' Hotel SHwtrt wcogaiatd m Sawtnaa XsUaa HwkdqMrUM. . Cable JUWma TrawtU" ABO Cd. J. B. ly Hoaolalo wprMtttaUvs, FLEAS AN TON RAT E. S REDUCED FOR THE TOURIST v FOR THE SERVICE f FOR THE KAMAAINA ' LUXURIOUS SUITES -EXCELLENT CUISINE GET OUR RATES L l.v . . .A J -T Before Settling Itewhert HOTEL YMffi :! ? WAIMEA KAUAI ? - : - - - - . Newly Renovated Best Hotsl . en Kauai. : '": TOURIST TRADB SOLICTTta good; meal: -;:':; : , Rates Reasonabti.' ; C W. 8PIT2 t:: SProprtstor -' $T7 a month at. the beach-it "will do you good. Fine .bathing, . good meals and comfortable ac- " ' commodatlons at ' '.' - : -! IT fill l nu5iace vma Walklki Beach, next Moana v..-;-'' HoteL , . :':tz; For. Ladles and Gentlemen. Seaside Hotol "Finest dining room in tha Tar ritory." , Jolly Saturday venial dances. 1 .- . J. H. HERTSCHE, Manafsr HOTEL AUBREY "A Home Away from Home . An Ideal Vacation Spot Phone 772. - Hauula, Oaha A. ZUM STEIN, Prop.. , " HALEU7A FOR GOOD MEALS AND RECREATION. Tickets at Wells Fargo Office A--REAL- CHANGE OF CLIMATE can be had at the new boariaj ' ': house la T7AHIAT7A nearly 1000 feet elevation, near depot. grand scenery, fine bass fishing. For particulars address E. L. Kros3, ,Wa hlawa. Phone 459. YEE YI CHAII CHI N E 8 E RESTAURA NT Chpp Euey and other Chinese dishes i served at reasoanble prices. .. 'f11J Hetal Street Near Maunakaa .. ,-.JL ; furstairsi - AH kinds of Wrapping Papers anl Twines, Printing and Writing Papers. - AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER A SUPPLY CO, LTD. Port and Queen Streets . Honolulu Phone 141 Gni O. RaTld. Gen. Llxr. THAYER PIANO CO, LTD. STEIN WAY . AND OTHER PIANOS. 158 Hotel Street Pbce ZZU TUNING GUAnA'iTZZD.