HONOLULU i STARBULLETIN, FRIDAY,: OCTOBER 2, 1914.
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Why ride -In -hard riding taxis when
you can hare easy-riding Overland
and Bulcks at same price? Phone
3355, Bishop PK: AUto Stand. 5968-tf
Leading tat cleaners. Price mod
. ef ate. M,We sell 4h latest styles In
Panama And Pelts Work called for
and 'delivered.5 Blaisdell-. Building.
BUY AND SELL.
Diamond, watches and jewelry bought
- aold and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort
Royal Cafe, rerything the best at
v popular prices; . fine home cocking;
. prompt serrice; Beretanla, nr. Fort
ft, cpp. ire station. K. Nakano, Pr
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fiottoa Cafe, coolest place in
Alter tie show drop' in. Open day
gadalght. BUon theater. Hotel Bt
- Columbia Ltxnca Room; Quick serrice
- end cleanliness ccr motto: open, day
i'- ..J .l.ki TTAt.t r.sn 1 n.fh.1 fr..t
UklVU, J9t 1I WW
Tke ritfe. Bethel bet Hotel and
Htzz. A tice place to eat; fine
fccrza ec-tlrr- o?ea night and day.
Knr Orlcir'ii Crfa; fcthitantlal meals
, - cclcrata. Alakea cor Merchant St
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Gecrra ' ta:-federal contractor.
.rxtl-rs-tcs furaiahed.. . No. , 208 Mc
Crrilr Euiid!. Telephone 2157.
vCati-3 V.,?-;!:srn and Vineyard. TeL
.: 21CL Cc-uacU .buildings, paper-
. iacgirs, cement work, cleans lota
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T. Hctayashl, general contractor, 2034
' C Uiz. TLcr.e- S2D6. Reasonable.
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Business and rlaltlng cards, engraved
-. cr printed, . vtx . attractive Russia
leather c&sev "Parent detachable
8r Ftsr-r'tin nfflce. 5540-tf
CLEANING AND DYEING.'
Rcyt! CriLrr C -Ligahd Dyeing
Chcp. Call and deliver, TeL S149.
Ctamoto, reret&nla, ar. Alapal St
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II you want good quarters to display .
your samples xn liiio, use usorio's
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. , ; : 1
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Ail kindS Of heiD. ' O. HiraOka, PrO"
prietor, 10 Emma. cor. Beretanla.;
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JT. Nakant$hl34 BereUnla, nr. Nana-
Phone 4511; residence phoae 451L
Kaal Glee Club, 51 Toung Bldg. TeL
, 3CS7. furnishes music any occasion.
Ernesr KnrWSTToung Bldg.. TeL
' 36S7, teaches vocal and Instrument!
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U0SQUIT0ES7 PHONE 3595
The Board of Health, requests
all householders In Honolulu and
Ticlalty who . are , troubled with;
. mosquitoes io telephone 2S95
Ask for the Mosquito Man, and
tell Wm your troubles." . The mat
ter will . be Immediately attend
ed to. .. v.. 's
- ; Forcing, a Sale. v-: '.-A-'A
Have you found a customer for your
gramaphone yet? - - .
Oh yes I- played it for twelve
hours nn' f nd and " all the 'neighbors
clubbed tosethcr.and bought it from
SO 0 33'
Sun Wo, Gold and Silversmith; ma
tertal and work guaranteed. If not
satisfactory money will be refund
d. 1121 Maunakea, nr. Hotel street
Flrstnclaas livery turnouts at reason
able rates. Territory Livery SUble,
5 King, nr. Punchbowl. TeL 2535.
8. ShlrakL 1202,Nuuanu; Tel. 4127.
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ramiing ' ana : papernanging. al
work guaranteed - Bids ' submitted
free, " - t k532-tf
We do not boast of low: prices which
usually coincide with poor quality;
but we "khow how" to put life,
hustle and go into printed matter,
and that la what talks loudest and
longest Honolulu Star-Bulletin Job
Printing Department Alakea Street;
Branch Office, r Merchant '. street
SHIRT8 AND PAJAMAS.
l: , TAMATOTA, i;---- --;.'..
1250 Fort bairts. pajamas, kimonos.
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Hare your shirts made to order. f G.
Awana, S48 S. Ring street' ' f
. 5918-3m : ; "' : 'V
Army & Nary, Uerchani,Tallors; up
toate establishment; cleaning and
repairing. ' 163 King, cor Bishop fet
R. Mliutat. ; Umbrellas . made and re
paired. 12S4 Fort, nr. Kukul; phone
" 8745. -J-'i.'-.- v--' s 5553-tf
Auto Tdotorcy cie and Bicycle Tires
Yulcaniied. Taiaho Vulcanising Co.,
180 MerchanL' near Alakea Street
Telephone 2197. S. Salki; manager.
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GERMAN AIRSHIPS .
. USELESS;, NO "GAS"
tBy Latest Mall
" nnRnEAITX. The Troves
innnHnt nf thA Tpmn' mpnt thft fol-
lowing aespaicn: ... . . I
Aerordinfi? to ' wconded Drisoners.
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the German aeroplane,, have .been pttti
cui w acuon tarouga in wi
a a.t - al m. l .i" -
line, me j-rencn aviaionv on .xne.
ouier nana, uave own uotur exceuvj y 1tV"wiMK;y Vhls- utlng wear than the ewef ter and aq
work. One French airman succeeded- - shall be strengthened. In th die- . m ;1,n mn.trated hr. At
in dmnnme- wh f Imnortant h,. '.r th oreaf-responsibility . kompanylng ; cap Ulustrated here. At
miirr WHn wtth: thft rwrait that -
10 trains fiUed with retreating Pros-
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"1"8 ouuieu. .
"Militery automobllee report that -
ha mnntrv amnnil TtttttlaflAM . fa '
teemtag with German stragglers, who-.
frequently fire upon French convoys.";
Fred paramore a contractor, killed a I
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iiu emicauji a 11 aaavea ixs.amAJ.aa.vru. airrAi
' nr. ntnmw vl.tfnri h iHannnllnne
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Jrdapiadeaia pj namee of elx. European cities. ; .
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IF YOU HAVE
Good board and rooms for
rent, or just desirable rooms,
a few cents invested in these
columns will bring you dollars
Try and be convinced
The "Ad Man"
DIVINE PROVIDENCE CLAIMED AS
ALLY BY ALL VARRING r.IONARCHS
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Utterances of -f European montrchs
and statesmen at the outbreak oL war.
show one remarkable point of si miliar-
lty they all claim ' the v sanction or
Divine Providence In their efforts in a
The Star-Bulletin has collected the
following extracts from speeches and
documents either Just before general
war was declared or jusi aiier, saaw-
lng ".the expressed intensity of oenei
held In each nation that its cause Is a
holy causef . .':
By KAISER WILHELM of Germany.
in nis prociamauon puoiiEntm u ui.
umciai uatetto on August xvaiier
''Since the foundation
Empire ' It has been for
object 'f the effort of r
imIah tn BMikrvi ' -' the
Ijeace ofrlive Inde
the world and-to advaneebjr pefcceVi
fut, means our vtgorous deyelopmenLr
' : Our1 'adversaries, however,' are JjeaK
out of our' work and there JiuiteeiW
latent tiostillty to- tne easx -ana in.me -or dipIAnathrcombltations, bot is the
west and beyond the eeaavi. This ; result of Ill-will existing' fdr 'years
been borne by. uai;htH jnow, l yJu aAlnsLbeytf engtb. and prosperity of
were aware c-f our Tesponslbllity and Qe German ,-Empire. We are not
out power.ju i;, y H ' t pushed.ofthy.lhe deaireof conquest
::t Now, however, , these-;l;adversaries 0 w moyed by the Unbending desire
wish tor. humiliate ur, asking, that? we j0 ecurefor ourselves and those com
Khouid look on'with folded arm, knd? tnjr iffer u the Tilace on which God
watch tur enemiea preparing .them-
selves for the , coming .attacks They
power, and with whose . humil atlon
our power and honor would equally pe
lost. ':-':- , .ulf
So the sword must decide.
midst c our perfect peace the n"7
fturnriaea ua. Therefore, to arms. Any,
ftlallylng and temporixlng would be to
win noi eunvr., V. - Tl - Chancellor, tried until the -last mom,-
reeoiuti fidelity to our ally,; wh'ent taventlthe iwotst 'hapeenlng.
ftnhtino for her position ..as : a great . . 'SizLiLJ .jwifm.; t.rio..
... a .ar m nti n nurn.L.
betray tne i axnenanu. . yellowing the example of our fore-
To be or not to be la the quwl" , fathert.njm and faithful, earnest and
for the empire which our ' wnjiJchivalroiBihumWe before our God and
founded. To be or not to be. is we.:md flgQt wnen ta face the
question for German power and tier- :, - . ;
.hall resist to the last breath of l
hAr. end we hall fight out ;
tht truggie even against a world of
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Never nas Germany; n .mmm-v-
mMmmU' tm united. -iA;l I -1
orwardyvith God.wtio willrbe. wim-i
. . a za.& .m . a MeteTnPBi. . -
us aa ne wa wnn wr - .
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ik' rt. uo m-by the confident )
belief that In this" time t .trial., wy
..u'i.A'.initff . ratm and reao
ute, "and trusting in uou. - v.
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By CZAR NICHOLAS of MjJ.l
Ctar Nicholas in a communicatioji.
to King George said:
Germany showed no disposition to
mcuiakct . w- - - -
k... iritri midi it imperative
kt Rul ehOuld mobilize DUX I gave
.,.MiriMi uturancet to tne
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German-' Emperor, that ? the Russian
troops would not move so long as the
I trust . that your country will not
jail lO luppon nvwn nu rrariws.
God bleaa and protect you.
r ifiur ai rprt nf Rini.,m
B K,NG ALBERT of Belgium.
King r Albert,' providing over a Joint
cession .of the Senate ana Chamber oi
Deputie on August 4th, said:
Our fatherland is In danger. Let
meAmak'e'an appeal to you,1 my broth-
ew. At th la supreme hour the entire
nation must be or one mma.
. nave caned. together tne. two nouses
'f .Piyflahienl. so that thev may suo-f
i0r:1S-! i1 "''"'W -
f myself andmyntafied patrfoilsm'of our fathers., Long
. By KAISER WILHELM. J r I
!Thel present t situitldn arose : not !
- gjvteihpomy conflicts' 'bf Interest!
nag pot t,,;;;,. t r . ,v : r ' i
: ,Mv. Qovexnm'eni. and above alL my
oniell!iiX tlia. ih-nda wc kraso
the swoVd; 7 ' 1
To the peoples, and, the races of the
German fempire my appeal goes forth
to-sUnd, together fraternally with our
a,t?A t hat nrfiih wa in
eated jn peaceful work.
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. oTmNG more, jaunty baa , been
erblved by fashion this season for
leasldeor mountain reaort suca sa
zl the r- -
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enemy, let. us confide ourselves to the
everlasting - Almighty. who t will
. strengthen our defense and conduct It
to a good end.
By the EMPRESS of Germany .
The Impress of Germany Issued this
appear to the ; women ot Germany.:
i On the summons of the Emperor
the people are preparing for an unpre
cedented etruggle which the nation
did not invoke and which it is only to
carry on in Its own defense. Whoever
can bear arms will joyfully hasten to
the colors to defend the fatherland
with hie blood. The struggle will be
gigantic The wound to be healed
will be innumerable. Therefore, I call
upon you, the women and girls of Ger
many, and to all who it IS not given to
fight for their beloved home to let
everyone now do what Ilea in hie
power to lighten the struggle for their
husbands, their sons, and their broth
ers. May the Lord God strengthen us
In the holy work of love.
(Signed) AUGUSTA VICTORIA.
By PRESIDENT POINCARE of France
In an address to the French Parlia
ment on August 4th, President Poin
Oar nation is In arms and trembling
with eagerness to defend the land of
our fathers, v
' France is faithfully supported by her
ally Russia; she-is upheld by the iqvai
friendship of, England,, and already
from all points of. the civilized world
go out to her expressions of sympathy
and. good will, for, she represent to
day, once again before the universe,
liberty, Justice and reason.
Lift up your r hearts! Long live
Bv KING GEORGE. "
King George sent the. .following mes
sage to Vlce-Admiral Sir John Jellicoe,
T . , . M -0a mmiln,0- nf th
. British :fleet8
At this grave moment in our nation-
I ' nlafory, I send you, and tnrougn you
t . ff,e. ,nd man ef the fleets
of Whlch you have assumed command,
assurance of mv confidence that, under
your directloyn they will revive and re-
new tne 0fj glories of the royal navy,
-,d Brov enc Main the sure shield
0f Britain and' her empire in the hour
irihin ai dcrt
tor. the front i
Aloen addressed a proclamation to
npiian army sayine
Belgian army, saying:
Without the least . provocation x on
our part, our neighbor, proud of her
forces, has torn- up the treatlee bear
ing Its signature and broken Irt on the
territory of our fathers because we re
fused to forfeit our honor. ; ... ! ,
An attack : has, been made ; upon us
and the, world marvela at our loyal at
titude; - 'l .:
A: Be comforted by our independeece
t Our" menaced nation shudders land
Its children ttave bounded to the Iron-tier--,
Brave eoldlers, I salute you In the
name of Belgium. "You will triumph
because your strength has been put to
the service" of the right'" ' :
Glory to you soldiers defenders of
the liberty of our : menaced father
land. ' ' M : ' :Ai; ! . '
By the GERMAN CHANCELLOR
The German Imperial Chancellor ad
dressed a large procession 'of demon
strators from the window of his official
residence. He said:
At this serious hour, in order to
give expression to yourfeelings for
your fatherland, you have come to the
Poteet Says Sap
pOIRET; never :really cared for the
r;revivai of the dree periods of the
French kings, and r now be' says that
the designers have extracted ? an the
sap from ' them and every one should
be a-wearied of their repetition,-.- - 1
; He feelai as he did In the eprinf. that
wej shall return to the untrammeled
yet modest costume of the Greeka for
our autumn inspiration and that such
movement will be in accord with our
craving for the,' natural figure. He
points to the popularity of the moyen
a", basque, which began "as a fitted
mid-Victorian garment and -. has - been
transformed into a youthful affair of
straight lines. -;!:
He ; points, to the Increasing vogue
among well dressed women to wear
hoes that are almost heellees
evident determination not to pull in the
waist,' no matter , who says it mnat .be
done. He draws attention to the eager
ness with which the wide hip drapery
was accepted, and later the accordion
plaited flounc at the bottom of the
skirt, and now. the . incoming all over
plaited skirt with Its straight line from
waist' to ahkleevT.-,";-.!' I'-f'AAAJ-
He feels' that, onr next psychological
turn is to the Greet When he cos
tumed the play of Pierre Lours. "Apro
dtte," he felt assured that the atraight
plaited, skirts Introduced there with
their - graceful tunics would undoubt
edly be the fashion for modem women
latertn the season. A'A-- -A'i-:- A-:-:A.
CallotV who play along with Potret
much of the time, aUhougn she la more
Taahionable" and caters more to the
multitude than he does, also' took up
thC Greek idea and ; produced several
gowns that-were distinct. copies, mod
ernized, of the "Aprodtte" costumes." It
is from this play and" from Poiret'e
frocks tor it that we get our plaited
aklrts of. the tnomenL c ' ' r
' One ' notices that the. World uauaHy
comes ; around" X& the thing that the
renins la creativeneas advocates or ex
T Wla Griek Idta Prevail f
' ll la true tbat thai, woiid'of fashion
: " ilte tired of the artiflcial faahions
r 4 fromLtjcn
house of B ism ark. who, with Emperor
William the Great and Field Kfarshal
von Moltke, welded the German Em
pire for us. :;-v' j -4 ,
We wished te go on living In peace
in the empire which we have'tftveN
oped in 44 year of peaceful labor. ' .
The whole work of Empetor
Ham has been devoted to the mainte
nance of peace. To the last'hour, he
hae worked for peace In Europe, and
he still it working for It. Should all
his efforts prove vain, and should the
sword be forced Into our hand, we
will take the field with a dear con
eclence in the knowledge that; we did
not seek war. We then, shall wage
war for our existence and for, the na
tional honor, to the last drop of our
"In the gravity of the hour remind
you of the word of Prince Frederick
Charlee to the men of Brandenburg:,.
'"Let your hearts beat for God and
your fite on the enemy.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF
Honolulu. Hawaii. Sept 23. 1914.
TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF GAS
Sealed tenders, endorsed "Tenders
for Purchase of Gaaoilne Engine, Lep
er Settlement," will be jrecelved at the
office "of -the Territorial Board of
Health until 12 o'clock noon, Monday,
October 12, 1914.
Specifications may be had upon ap
plication at the office of the Board or.
Health. . ; . - - - .
Tenders must be accompanied by a
certified check equal In amount to 5
per cent of . the tender, and must be
submitted on forms furnished by. the
Board of Health and submlttH in ac
cordance with, and be subject to, the
provisions of Act 62, S. 1 1909.
The Board of Health does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any bid
or tender. '. - -
THE TERRITORIAL BOARD OF
By its President, - "
J. S. B. PRATTr M. D.
Office of the. Board of Health. Hono
lulu, Hawaii, October 1, 1914. t
Notice is hereby given that the
children, not already vaccinated, of
the following public schoola will be
vaccinated by, a government physician
at such ! schools on the dates - hereaf
ter stated, beginning at 9 a. m.: i
"Walanae School, October 6th; Wal
pahu School, October 7th; Ewa School,
October, 8th; 'Aiea ' School, .October
14th J Pearl City School, October 15th;
Watertown School, October 21st .
" This notice Is ?lven In pursuance of
the requirements "of lAct : 63 Session
Laws of 1909. '" :' -"'. S.
J. S. R PRATT. M. D. ;
President, Territorial Board of Health.
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f CORPORATION NOTICES.
? NOTICE TO SHIPPERS, ; ;
The gasoline schooner KOMOKILA,
In command of Captain George K
Pllta, will leave Pier A 6 "tRlchards
street Wharf) for Maul and Molokai
porta every TUESOAT at 5 p. m. and
for windward porta on Oahn 'every
FRIDAY at S p." m. For Information
regarding rates, etc.. telephone 4193.
EOMOKILA SHIPPINQ CO LTD.
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French hiatory. There was never a"
time' when the v could be called really
popular, but th J pannier, like the wat
teau -hat with iu . tiptllted . brim -and
wreath ef small, roses, had many fol
lowers. .' The former was finally modi
fled before general acceptance out of
air resemblance to Its origin, and the
Louis XV. hat had a short life. .
The world was too much dominated
by the orient at the time of the first
introduction of the Louie ' fashions to
take them 'up seriously, . and. again.4
they; like the Premet-Victorian faah
ions, demanded auite a revolution In
the figure of the hour-
Polrefa Greek revival fits In perfect
ly to the life and. the physical meas
urements of the average American fig
ure, but -the Frenchwoman may be a
trifle too small for It. - : rr ' .
ver. ' its essential features ' are
all that' we need" bother our heads
about. The chief ' of these la the
straight, plaited, eklrt - that ' does trot
touch the floor; forwe cannot copy the
Grecian women In the flowing quality
of their eklrta In thla day of laceaaaat
walking and dancing - ; q
rnHAT old superstition about a 'gown
' of some .clinging white stuflT ha
quite disappeared. ; Nowadaysthere le
nothing really clinging. ' What la more
there la nothing really white.
- Take. for Instance, ' the ; llnge.'U
gown. Once .'upon - a time It was r
threly devoted to purest white. Today
the designers wont let It go wltMw?
some rousing bit " of color. . Even : aw
man stripes have elipped-up on tire
discreet' territory.- and at one. of
smartest ; New York - shops you rt
on a gown, of lace and, net a trK9 -tf
Roman - striped ; ribbon la ' eraogr i
black, combining, with , touches sf Aa
ame figured silk on sleeves- miXZ&m
to remove all tradltloca of the) 'S7
lingerie gewa."-t -":' - : -.
.'Another gown of . white ecabretderaJ
net has eacVof the flvfioutirLa
cascade the aktrt edrc-t with -
feta echoed on - t2M VTger pel e Ce
i. : . .
Imperfectlena) en your mlrrer
ean be removed by reeltvertna.
and worn eat mirrors made to
look -rT - ' '
Phone "J 127 Slrverln t rparv
lit Uixhnt ttTMt
Coyne FurnUure Co.
Alexander Young ' Bldg.
10S3 te 1CS2 Bishop St
PUDE ICE cnsAr.i
Tcti nr. Beretanla ' Phase 422$
DO IT ELECTRICALLY
; Hawaiian Electric Co.
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IAI LEY'S FURNITURE STORE
- Alakea SL, near King.
Dent Mlas Thla Chance. v
CROWN BICYCLES ONLY til.
HONOLULU CYCLERY Ca
' m Souta King SL
For tne Latest - Style - Hats
for Ladles and Centlemen
y" : ; Conr.e and Cee.Ua. v
A;A K.! UYEDA
Al ICS Nouaaa SL
You ct trustworthy meat (de
livered by- automobile) from a
splck-and-epan- - market i when
you trade with v" r -.;
C Y. HOP WO MEAT MARKET
Opposite Flshmarket. -
Class Linen and Ponsee Walet
'-- :'.- v Patterns
. :' TEE CHAN eV CO.
Cor. King and Bethel Sta.
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BLACK AND TAN
MclNENRY SHOE STORE
Fort, above King Street :
BARGAIN COUNTER PRE-"
MIUM SALE NOW ON AT
CJTY MERCANTILE , CO.
14 Bote! SL, nr. Nuuann
.,. Phone 4201
BEZ OUR :
CHANGES OF RATES
HONOLULU AUTO 4
TAXI CO. '"-I--:'
Behn eV Bedford. Mgra. !
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