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TV.fl EXCURSIONS Taxi V ervice '- TO JAPANTO BE Phone 2500 n f FIFTY DOLLARS buys a 6-lb. visible writing, universal keyboard Typewriter THE AND YOU CAN CAR RY IT IN A SUIT CASE. See it today at the HAWAIIAN NEWS CO. LIMITED. lu the Young IJUg. rut von MAMM-YOUNO CO, LTD., Honolulu. . Agents DR.Y GOODS VISIT THE NEW STORE OF REGAL SHOES COR. roT AND HOTEL ST. COPPERPLATE CALLING .'. . ;v, ... cards ; ' .,7,... WEDDING and 'HOME TATIONS. INVI- WALL- & DOUCERTy. 1 New Stylet In H A T 8 P A N A MA AND CLOTH ' At Main land' Price. FUKURODA CO. v Hotel St, Cor. Bijou Lane. ' ll " I I I' I l-l II M ' Agent for HARLEY DAVIDSON MO- TORCYCLES and ' SUPPLIES. T; CITY MOTOR CO iv- Skilled Mechanics for Ail Repair . . Work.; : Pauahl nr. Fort St. ' Tel. 205'. P. H. BURN ETTE v Commissioner of Deeds for California and New York; NOTARY PUBLIC; Duwi Mortgage, Deeds, Bills ot talc. Leases, Wuls, etc. Attorney for the District Courts, 79 MERCHANT 8TREET, HONOLULU, Phone 1S46. IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS Anywhere, at Any Time, Call on o . Write -: . :..-.,:. E. C D A K E ' S ADVERTII.mG AGE . '124 Sansome Street , San Franclscc Dust With WIZARD Polish BARRERE Phone 329? Corona M. JordlaE's 'J unwni in n nRY nhnn rn UUIIUI.VUV Mill wwww, ww GRAND TWO WEEKS' SALE NOW ON U Hotel 8L Opp. BIJou TheaUf c Me E. SILVA, The Leading UNDERTAKER & EMBALMER Cor. tfukul and Nuuanu Sta. TeL1179, night call 2314 or 2160 Fare Milk 'OH Honolulu Dairymen's ' Association Phone 1542 New Willow Chairs and Rockers Coyne Furniture Co. Alexander Young Bldg. 1053 to 1059 Bishop St Blades Resharpened better than new. Grind Anything. HONOLULU GRINDING CO. 1115 Alafcea. opn. Y. M. C. A. We Fills Itself Doesn't Leak THE CONKLIN Fountain Pen At ARLEIGH'S Put Your Poultry Problema up to the CALIFORNIA FEED CO. Alakea, corner Queen. They will tell you the trouble, DRY GOODS 12-1 $ King St. Honolulu Photo Supply Co. KODAK HEADQUARTERS rr' 1051 Tori Street SEE oon CHANGES OF RATES HONOLULU AUTO A , TAXI CO. rBem;& Bedford, Mgr. ' 2999 Phones 1005 t BARGAIN COUNTER PRE. MlUM SALE NONV ON AT CITY . MERCANTILE CO. 24iIotel St, or. Nuuanu . Phone 420ft BRAZILIAN TANGO PUMPS. - 'li'CFOR MEN ; -$5.50 , McFnERNY SHOE STORE Fort, above King "Equal to the Sterling mark on Silver. PACIFIC ENGINEERING COMPANY, LTD. Consulting, Designing and Con structing Engineers. Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc .ures,' Steel Structures, Sanitary Sya 'mi, Reports and Estimates on Pro lecta. Phone 1045. HAWAIIAN PICTURES, STATION ERY, PICTURE FRAMING, OFFICE SUPPLIES. IE ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP 1122 Fort St . viiii aim .wipj M :5JslJC. Bakes Safety Yat Loy Co 8) CONDUCTED SOON Joseph Makino Now in Hawaii, Has Plans for Local Resi dents to Sea the Orient Joseph Makino, a brother cf Frel Makino. owner of the Hawaii Hochi, who has been viait'nj; in this city for the past few weeks and who was S. Sheba's right hand Iran when the lat ter conducted the Hawaiian excursion party through Japan recently, has for mulated plans to ta'h two parties of local residents through Dai Nippon this fall. One of tlTe parties will be composed of persons other than Jap anese and will be conducted by. r. Mr. Mak'no. while the other will bek tn.nd. lin exclusively of local Japanese and will be headed by T. Onodera of the Hawaiian-Japanese Daily Cnroni cle. Two itineraries have been drawn up, one taking the excusionists through Japan only, and the other in cluding Japan, Korea and Manchur'a. The Korea and Manchuria trip may be taken by those members of either party desiring it - According to the; present plans, both the Japanese andj Caucasian parties will leave Honolu lu on the Toyo Kisen Kaisha liner Tenyo Maru October 9. Thosa pri sons taking the Japan -trip only will return to this city on the same steam er November Srt. while those' touriug Korea and Manchuria will return De cember V. i " , , k n t I Zn f utZ ln -ls tV.Waiklki to avojd the rough completed the Japan tour w.il Include strctch from King etreet around the ya ts to the cit-es of Yokohama.-Ha-curve rt t bp kene Kndzn Tokio. Nlkko. Iroaichl. fined .f thpv are mestod and broiuht Ivaruizawa, Nagano, hdatnachl. llama, before him n-Jtsu, Nagoya. Kioto. Osaka and Miy- Tne siar-Dulletin asVed Judge Mnn ajiira. The Korea and Manchuria it- garrat lf tne sl,Spension of sentence inerary includes visits to Miyaj.ma, tJ,at au0wed Chauffeur .Tom Quinn to Shimonoseki. Fusan. Seoul, Singishu, escape from the court-room last Tues Mukden. Dalny. Moji and Yokohama, day without payment of a fine meant bigntsce ng and snepp-n? tonrs. w ttn n ccrtain cases exceptions are to the best of steamer, hotel and rail- be made of those drivers who are ar way accommodations are bein? af- rested for driving on the wrong side ranged for. Accofding to Mr. Mak! Kalakaua avenue. The district mag no a large number of Japanese anl istrate declares wii'i emphasis that no persons of other nationalities all rc- exceptions are to be m'de, that the sldents of the territory, have express- Quinn case should not be considered ed a desire ta make the excursion. ' an exception and that while he person- i i i- j A HAPPY CHILD IN JUST A FEW HOURS When cross, constipated or if feverish give "California Sjrnp of Figs" then, don't worry Mothers can rest, after eivine "Cal- ifornia Syrup of Figs," because In a few hours f all the ciogged-up waste, a nr h!lo onrt fortnontfnp fnnrl e-pntlv moves out of the bowels, and you have sentence. a well, playfur child again. Children The facts cf the case as given to simply wil not take the time from the Star-Bulletin.- whictw.lias made a Piay to empty" their bowels, and they special icvestigaticw.'areithHt " an Hrhtiv narvv nvr pq Rine. 'antse was : m offender )wno, tnea t? become tightly packed, liver gets slug- gisft, and stomach disordered. When cross, feverish, restless, see If tonguo is coated, then give this de licious "fruit laxative.7 Children love it, an 1 It cannot case Injury. No dir- teVence what ails your little one-rf full of cold, or a sore throat, diarrhoea, stomach ache, bad breath, remember, a gentle 'inside cleansing". : should always be. the first treatment given, f uil directions for babies, children of ah ages, and grown-ups are printed on each bottle. - ; Beware of counterreit fig syrups. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," then look carefully and see that it Is made by the rCaiifornia Fig Syrup Com pany." We make no smaller size. Hand back with contempt any Other hg syrup. advertisement. PROMOTION COMMITTEE WOULD HAVE BANKERS ; VISIT THESE ISLANDS With a view to inducing tho mem; bers cf the American Bankers' Assoh, elation to visit the Hawaiian Islands', following the annua! ernvention of that organization ' which will ba held In Seattle, Washington, next year, the Promot'cn Committee is sending the following circular letter to prominent bankers throughout the United States: "The secretary cf the American Cankers Association, Fred E. Farns-' worth, has just Informed us that you are planning to hold your 1915 con vention In Seattle, Washington. Should yen decide to attend this important gathering may we suggest that you consider a further trio to Hawaii, the Isles of Peace. which Mark Twa'n described as the lovliest fleet of islands that lies anchored in any ocean?' It may seem like braggadocio for us to say that it is always pleasant In Hawaii, but such is the case. Kind ly reefer to ycur local U. S. weathe? bureau official for confirmation of this statement. Our summers are cooler than your and our winters are. natur allv warmer. ? We will gladly send one of cur il lustrated folders to ycur address , if yc wish us to do so, and when writ ing for it why not include.' the' ad dresses cf several cf your friends who, having means and being Inclined to travel, must be in a measure restless, now that a trln to Eurooe is cut of the question. You need have no hesi tation H assuring them. that thev will, thoroughly ency a trip along the sun shine rcute across the Pacific: they will always be grateful to ycu for hav ing placed them in the wav cf hearing about Hawaii. Our local bankers will certainly appreciate anr favor y m?v. b sbl to sbw our islands In this' way. Now Is the time of all times fr a trip to Hawaii the Isles cf peace." j ; Troops from the garrison at Hali- Ifax were sent to St John, New Bruns wick, where riots occurred . in -. con nection with the strike of street car -. men. ' 10, i: A Pure, Grape Cream Tartar Baking Powder Royal Baking Powdor improves tho flavor and adds to iho hoalth fulness of tho food Royal Baking Powder Cook Book nt free on request. Address Box 589. Honolulu. Hawaii. MONSARRAT SAYS TO BE PUNISHED f- District Maplsirate" Monsarrat de clared this morning in an Interview with the Star-Bulletin t!rt auto-drivers ally thinks the police ruling is some what of a hardsh5p rn drivers of cars hold the police in their prosecution of offenders ' ;" . a. m ir, ho sur.Tiniiftin ennip anft Va Aitc thfirnaa roc ts will ii'V.1 davs ?go. two drivers arrested for vio- no . luiu w .."v. - lauon or me po:ice oruer remue il . drlvinVon Kalakaua avenue were giv en different treatment by 'the court. A I Japanese, Shlmiw. was-fined $5 and costs. Tom Quinn, the .white chauf-1 AIIIB- OFFENDERS fev.r. W"R re taStd Wlt!- SU8lnQeSkiiJW. UiU liui iuiiits vtuiiiu gnuus escape errest by : declining to -stop when a rolice office caught him. on the wrong side of the street. .- He. was arrested the next day and because tue nature of his offense was considered an aiL L that he had not been drivings caj.Jor: seme-three weeks and was not famil iar with the . police; ruUn&, He,;said also, according to cpuVt,pfficia.l3., th?t fx ON YOU IN AO He will ask you for a monthly subscription for furthering the work'; of the Promotion Committee, so as to take adequate advantage . of our : Golden and Psychological Opportunity to bring to Hawaii, a large num-; ber of those Tourists diverted from Europe by the War and to take : ; better care of them after they get Only 76 Honolulu business men contribute to the expense of promo tion work no less than: 500 business men should invest in this enter prise i Note the Price Cleans i mm mm m m m mm mmmm., . Polishes Purifies The equal of any other cleanser on r0 Impound can m ne nad DOt Sne ilte entire stretch oflfn district cowrt the dar after it had j road on the wrong side but had crossed been tried. Attorney Chillingworth. re-: over from the right-hand side to get tf erring to newypater nubllcaticn of the -.In - .. .. . . . away from an especially bad piec or -. The arresting officer, J. Kramer, was in court wnen tae case was ca:iea ana said, according to the statements today oy j uage Mocsarra ana outers. iaai aw; y from, this bad piece of road. He also assented, Judge ilonsarrat em- phasizes, to the recommendation of At-j torner; C. F. Chillinsfworth; who was i rcsecuting for the pUy. that owin to the circumstances Quinn be released with a suspended sentence. Attorney Chillingworth said th!s morning that his recorcmendMion was based on the arresting officer's statement of condi tions. "The officer said that the road was bad and that he didn't blame Quinn for taking the other side," said Chil lingworth. - . ., -' The Quinn case was referred to again lip. THE NEXT FEW CI Please make jour investment willingly for it will b.mg ycu bigger-than-SBgar dividends - $2000 per month spent m 1913 brought ' . In Tourist Business. $4000 per month spent in 1914 will bring ' Certainly not less than Eight Million! .J Cleanser Scours Regular Price Trademark from each can valuable, t J save. ... . . raci mat yuinn naa Deen reieasea ana the Japanese fined, 8"id that he as prosecuting officer would take the en- tire 'responsibility '- for- the action. I which he reiterated, was based on the arresting officer's statement Judge Monsarrat also took cognizance of the matter by Et?t!ng that the decision of the court was due to the recommenda- tion of the pro.secutin? officer, which. as he had neard; was borne, out by the statements of the arresting officer. After ascertaining these facts, the Star-Bulletin asked Judge Mcnsirrat if the Quinn case is to be taken aa an intimation that under certain circum stances auto-drivers who break the Kalak?ua avenue rule will not be pun ished by the court. . , "That Is certainly not the case," de clared Judge Monsarrat. ''Every one who breaks this ordinance may expect to be punished for it. ' . ' - DAYS, MR. BUSINESS MAN here : : : L. J Scrubs the market Fcr Free Sample call at Henry. May & Co. 3 j M . it V - V Distributors s a "Personally, I think somethin? should be done about K'lakaua a venae for the right-hand side as you "ga ...... .,.t, . . j i . m . Ml. '. t &ik.iki way n noi , ui iur irawu- i drive my car along that side to comnjy with the police rule, but It Is an hn- position on the auto-owners and drv- ers to have the road in thu condition. The supervisors should fix it "I also think that for the benefitpf drivers who may be unfamiliar with the -ru'e, a sign-board should be put lip at the King street end.1 informrog the public1 that the right-hand' road must be taken. ' . 'The Quinn rse was not made;in exception by the court. Ue pleaded guilty and sentence was suspended. The f'ct ' that sentence ' was sus pended does net mean that.other driv ers may go on the wrong side of the road and expect to escape ; punish ment" ' : . ; v ; . ; . - r ' . STAR-BiTLETIX CITES YOU ' TOT4YN XEWH TOTMT : $3,000,000 7 7 11 TTf i. I 1 , Vt MI t .1 '' AT 'v . Mi'" Hi' i :'. " r 1 . 'Mil! It i 4-' m: i. i . - J ' :' '' " .. t T i t '