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Make immediate and profitable returns from investment in the STAR-BULLETIN Want OqhnanvIf joa bare anything to sell yon can find no better or quicker way of finding
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tne Doyer than through the STAK-BULLETiri want Ads. thuusaaus read tnera. J?or one cent a word you can reach-, the STAR-BULLETIN'S 5,000 and more subscribers
and thaCmea'ixs MORE than 15,000 READERS. Surely in that rast number you wiil find tie que who WANTS what jou have or if you "want something a little Want Ad will cet it
Help iWanted, Situation Wanted, Furnished Cottages, r Furnished Houses, : Furnished Rooms, Real Estate, or anything For Sale or To Rent
HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, : FRIDAY OCTOBER 2, 1914.
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FOR SALE
DonVdrlnk Impure water. . It's danger
ous to Jiealth. To be sure the water
la O.. Kviet it come through a- Re j
Filter, which costs only SL75. iFfts
any faucet Buy one at Lew era'
: Cooke, Ltd, 177 So. King street
, 5389-tf ..' ... l.i
The Transo envelope, time-saving in
Tentton. ' No : addressing necessary
'. la sending out bills or receipts. Ho
, nolulu Star-Bulletin . Co.. -Ltd- sole
agents for patentee : . tf
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
pin books at Star-Pulletln office, tf
COCOANUT PLANTS FOR SALE.
Cocoanut plants tor sale; Samoan va
riety. -Apply A. D. Hills, . Llbue,
KauaLy - ' - ' - R27?-tf
LOST
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Shepherd and collie dog, black, with
. brown feet short nair; answers to
name of "Nigger; rrom Ben Lane,
; King street, Sept 2. finder com
mimlcate .with F. Stevenson, Schu
. man Carriage Cb.V Reward;-
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plsfaiirj of FabuIoiis'Riches '
- . (By CARL ELSCHNER.)
; The news that the government of
German Guinea has been annexed, by
; the English Germany, by the way,
't has, with .the, exception of about' 2f,0
black policemen and 'two cruisers of
the very smallest type, no forces there
at all-Htnay; cause perhaps more inter
est than usual to Honoliilans, as" the
Protestant missionary, 'Mr; Delaporte,
of the island of Nauru,' Marshall ls
: ands,'. a district IhsalJ;; government,
Is closely'connected with the Central
- Unien-church in Honolulu.' : - "f
'NalsrceHahiIy;6a( bf.tae most
Interesting Jslafuii ,in thetiorld; which
should arousevJ.Tie attentfon, of . thf , ge--graphsrV
geologist ich,ttn'ai merchant
and natichal Economist to a consider
able degree., jltsrpeculiarj aKUpe' tfid,
formation that of an elevated pnre
coral 'atoH.nnrttrahetsht' of abotlt 265
feet,-it isolated eituation as- a lonely
- island one-half degree southern J lati
tude and 1C5 lorfgltuda, its interesting
population, before one ; of the hipst
warlike .tribes in. the Pacific, i and
no w J Cn e , looktng,t?ople peacerully
living, up tili'lately, under their cfilefs,
- by assistance-of .a German official,
' who la the judge- and the president "of
, their -chiefs'- parllamentj-its-lmoet
complete conversion, of vita coral !sub
stafragoUcIifaieycarbonate'iii . dolomite,' aT double combination of, car
bcnata'of magnesia' and lime and es
pecially its enormous deposits of high
' est grade of phosphate, unequallel ,ln
their quantity and quality.' of a jnonV
tary value as is perhaps nowhere else
concentrated 4n such a small 'spot
in our worldnail thla-tnust awaken' a
high interest, in various directions;
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Nauru is of an oval form; ft is
about. three and one-half: miles done
and ' approximately two and one-half
miles wide. ' The elevated parV con
sisting of dolomite, show aH-harap
teristlcs of Its formation; high pinna
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"A
WANTED
everyone with anything-for sale to
Tlay Safe." Considering th fac-
v oVS of sales, success in - planning
an ad Is more satisfactory than
knowing how it happened after
ward. Star-Bulletin Want Ads
"Bring Home the Bacon" every'
"time. - 6399-tf ,
Young American gentleman of good
.address and standing-wants a wife.
Would like to meet young lady 18
to 24. Address box 31, Star-Bulletin.
- ' 5969-6t
All lovers of music to develop talent
by taking lessons from Ernest K.
Kaal; 51 Young Building. Tel 3689.
-5381-tf
Two-bedroom : cottage, furnished. Ad
dress box 92. this office. 5973-3t
cles, cliffy rocks, deep cuttings by the
effect of water, causing i the phenom
ena of Karren,M enormous caves; of
great : extension ; a little rest lagoon
about, one-half mile long and oil cthlrd
mile wide,' contributes greatly to the
beauty of the' island... This; dolomitlzed
part of. the, island, about -4S0O' acres,
Is surrounded - by a lovt i land ring,
which Is :" falling lowerr towards s, the
steep edge of .the. highland, s6 that
many "little lakes and ponds, , some
times of very pretty appearance, are
in these places; the flatrlng,, covered
with cocoanut plantations, shows al
the properties and characteristica of a
pure atoll and Is, In contrast to the
dolomitlzed part, of. a recent forma
tionr: it Is again encircled by" a fring
ing reef. A tilting of the Island has
taken, place, so a part of ; the eastern
reef consists also of dolomite in pic
turesque forms. - : . ": : t -;
The npper part -of tne Island con
sists of phosphate of lime; in qualities
of 84 H to 89 per cent, in strata of 10
to 50 feet thicknesa i About 98 per
cent, of all : phosphate is . present In
form of gravel, and sand, and need Id
be simply shoveled in the cars tf beT
carried to the dryers; .-only two pef i
cent consists ot -roexs. Tnere arr at
.least ,16S, to 200 million tons ,-of Ms
material on the island, and if the phos
phate would be .sold at nonnaL prices
and -with .average And, norma freight
Lwculd come.,. Jtojsdveral u thouaahds
of.-? millions ;vf of T.sjnarkS'O in : -value.
Tha UepoalU are--arked r by- thei
Paco?.;Phosphat s Company,; LtdL,
London, whoch-Aad the most llbfertl
supQprtv of ther .German government
practically no duty and taxes, a nim-
inaJjTroyaJty of a few .cents per tonjasr
sistance, in recruiting very 4 cheap . la
bpf) the latter-making hardly, any
Uttlftf (profit- at all out of the mines,
80 that- the phosphate company was
abjfyto pay enormous dividends (Be-
fore thennnanclal reconstruction of
the company . an average of .250 per
enidirldends were paid). ....j,. . C .
When I had sole charge of the es
tablishment about: 140,000 to 150,000
tdns tt ' phosphate , were shipped per
anium the company, employing about
iift-vzutes and 00 to 900 - Chinamen
and Caroline islanders.
Plans to In-1
$.,g
'imt i, .-iv. At . . . Lieut, J. s. Caceresj ,i ': v
net profit -If .-freight Is , deduced . .;. .uentn. ; vs.- r .,.
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0)UVaU :Lomc
CLASSIFIED BUSINESS1 r
DIRECT RY
ILEFEREKCE FOR BUSY PEOPLE t
HOTEL.TAXl STAND. . ) . ;
PHONE i400, BUICICCARS, TAXI
RATES; SERVICE DAY' AND
NIQHT. 'JOHN VIERRA, MANUEL
COSTA AND M. R. OONSALVES,
5909-3m '
NATIONAL GUARD BULLETIN
Roster of officers, list of regular drill nights, stations, and current Infor-"
mation forthe National Guard of Hawaii. Armory, corner Hotel and Miller
streets.
GENERAL 8TAFF.
Col. John W. Jones.
Maj. Charles W. ZIegler; Insp.-gen
(Brevetted -ColoneL) -MaJ.
Charles B. Cooper; 8urg.-gem.
' (Brevetted LleutColonel.)
MaJ. John -W; Short, Chief Q; M.
tBrevetted LIe"at.ColoneLi f;
MaJ. EmH C. Peters," J! Adv.-gen.
Aide to the Governor, Capt 'J. D. Dougherty. Infantry.
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maKtCTUK-INSTRUCTORS OFFICER ,i I ft J. t u
Lieut W. C Whlteaer. U. 8.
REGIMENTAL' FIEL ANfTAFF OFFICERS," 1ST INP.' '
ll-col wujiam R. Riley, -s
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Capt George: K Schraderr : Q. M.! s
Captv Arthur Wv' Neely. Ins. S. Ai P.
Capt Reginald W. Warhain, Com'a'y.
MaJ. Gustavo Rose, 2nd Bat '
2nd Lt Fred Humphrey, Q. M.
;v". , - COMPANIES STATIONED AT HONOLULU.
Company A Capt H. P. 0Sullivan, 1st Lieut P. M. Smoot; 2d Lieut J. L.
K. Cnshingham. Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
Company B Capt. Paul Super, 2nd Lieut A. J. Lowrey. Wednesday- 7:30 p.
m. ." . : . ' ;
Company C Capt J. M. Camara, 1st Lieut L. R. Medeiroa, 2nd .Lieut G.
r K. Stein.' Friday, 7:30 p. m. v .
Company D Capt W. V. Kolb, 1st Lieut F. W. Wlchman, 2nd. UmL O.
Schaefer. ' Wednesday, 7:30 P- m. : . -1 "TT.
.., j , Company will camp near .Kok6,He?f Saturda,nUMen
- wlir assemble at th'Anrjbry at:30 p. VSaWdav.iOct 3i
--.t oi..v"cuu. wouu.ixjkv iuonqayc (&a a, m,v
CompanyF-lsf Lieut M. R. Hdughtalllng;. 2nd. Lieut' J.. LemQ VTiMday.
Coapanr O-Capt B.F. Kae;' 1st Lieut L. K. Ka ne, ' 2nd lient w! NV
aTATlnMFn
MaJ. TL- Vj Sllbournew
-CaptiF.
p Mr tr T-CJ ... ;-y-o? "'
f!ijj4v89jourjitxover, three .ygars. pp.
the is.land,5pnly,lnteiTUpted by-'a-few.
trips to tbe Gilbert Islands ..and f by
the mineraloglcal expedition in the,
easterii; Caroline i which c I. had charge'
of, was one of. the most interesting
experiences I ever had. -
:- Should the Germans be successful'
during the present . war, they . surely
will make all , efforts to regain pos
session cf. this , island again and , al
though the,. Interests, of ,. the English
company, in which much German, cap
ital is Invested, will probably be pro
tected, Germany would hardly agree
to lose one. of their most' valuable pos
sessions, which Is, In'fact "despite of
Its xmfcllnPfcjr- n . Inlanrt nf fahnlAin
riches. ' l
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MILLtNERY. ) - J . v,
K. Isoshlma, stylihs millinery. King
nef BetheL Phone 2135. .-
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8T1R-BULLETIII GITES TOD
TODAY'S WRWg TODAY ,
The Adiutant General.
MaJ. Elmer T. Winant, Ord. Dept.
Capt keiry Van' Gieabkta; C.f ' t
Capt Leo U Sextoni" MBd.-ett H i
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InsDscteKlnktrikslflR i i? i? ii 1
MaJ. William E. BaL 3fd Bat
1 1st J-.tr John -W. Kaaaeholo,.AdJt, i ; t.
zna jut. ueorge. 1L Cummings, Q. M.
MaJ. Merle M. Johnson, 1st Bat
1st Lt Charles R. Frailer,. Adjt
2nd Lt Roscoe , W. Perkins, Qy M.
Chaplain, Valentin Franckx (Cant)
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"'M 1''; ??.!;'
L.'Morong.
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CiptU-'WBea,.,
By Latet MallJ
NEW YORK. -While'" secrecy is be
ing maintained by the United States
army concerning unusuaruactlvities In
dii; nmiocnn ,
UIU UUIVU rilli: -
Jfthe fortifications, about New York city
ua &i iue proving grounas at sanay
J Hook, most of them, the army officers
have let it became known, Jhave to do
vrwfthlthe armament andl- complete
''eqlulpment tf '' the great fortifications
' of the Panama canal " "x-:i -
I rumerous 'Inqalrfes' are m;atfe of the
newspaperxf flees for iflforfnatioh coiii
cerning -terrific cannonading" heard
in the vicinity of the entrance to Newt
York . hartor.' Vhile some of this
!-nearvy nrmg , njsv neea-'tne- day and
nlrh hmi-w-. A4T 4t k. 'M
j"6fc instKiuuB us wig uus i
Fort Hanfcock
Oil sandy hoos jnpst or
the fifing Vas. been bj new guns that
are . being tested at the proving
I grounds for the Panama canal fortifi
cations. - "
Most of 'these great riues are being
made by' the arsenal at Watervltet
near. Albany. The arsenal Is working
day and night knd as quickly as the
guns are completed they are shipped
by large -barges down the Hudsr.n
. ' river to' the Sandy Hook proving
j grounda There they are mounted on
- emergency carriages and tested thor
joughly, - x Vr ' , :
j As soon as guns have been tested
Jand approved theyT are placed aboard
? j vessel operated- either rhyxthe arm;.,
ife navy, of ;e; 4aija. canar Qorn?
missienjand are. started rV.the caiiaUVJrstp-All L that 'Iot.iir parcel of
zcne. Ut'lhev aametMei'he lAre&Ttaflirttdtfie- on. Beretania street. Ho-
machine) shbpsv:ofthejwiment t
i T .(mm.uwm, -. ,.- taw mri . 4 ict ai
Vafthe navy yarda du 'cssetlng5 the
"'intricate gun vcarriagfeaK ailpping
- tneh:-Puamt-..thanit crews
of machlntsti 4n the t&&. artillery
service are-wcrklng day fght in
mounting tha rBnsv'tfK . -
Germans Evacuate-,.
. Termonde, in BelgJum. -
I ANTWERP," Sept 'tia .Londom.-
The Telegraaf reports ihatf jtbe town?
of Termonde and Londerzeel hare
been evacuated by trie Germans. Thfe
is the first time that these places
have been free of the Inraders' since
the removal of the 'Belgian- capital
from Brussels to Antwerp? The street
lamps of Antwerp re lighted every
evening from, 7:30 to 8:30 o'clock.
PROFESSIONAL! CARDS
MADEIRA EMBROIDERY.
.
Mrs. Carojlaa Fernanies, Union st
- M A tni mhmt A err mrirhon acta.
. bahyiiaWjand dfessea.JBpecial of
luitlal inchemstltchinf f Reasonable.
awzz-tr.t 5-
MOOISTE.
Miss Nellie Johnson, 1119 Union St
Evening gowns, lingerie dresses.
kS341-tf
HYDRAULIC ENGINEER.
Jas. T. Taylor, 511 Stangenwald bldg
consulting civil & hydraulic enghiT.
: k5375-tf
MUSIC LESSONS.
Prof. Laurie A. DeGraca, 1506 Young
st; Telephone 4179. Rapid Instruc
tion on violin, cello,, mandolin, "gui
tar, banjo and ukuleleif I
. .: . .: . '., 5939-tf :
Ernest
Yong Bldg. Tet
Berksbdm Mufek Qo.'uMuklc and no-
sfcal Instrument 1624V1021 Fort
COLLECTOR,
W.v L. Eaton, collector on commlslon.
' Telephone 1842.
" 58fll-tf "
SURGEON CHIROPODIST.
Dr. Rl E. MerrilL McInernyV Shoe
Store, Fort above King. Private
room for ladles.- Charges reason
able . ', . -. 5918-tf
DRESSMAKING.
DressmakJnft all kinds;, evening gowns
' SDecialty. ; Anna . Fedotofl.v The, Mc
i iDonald-Punahout at t - 697-lm
NOTICE. OF .ASSIGNEE d'MXt-
GAGEE-.OF INTENTION. TO" FOR E
close, ;and,of aLeV ,.V ''t,J
stottcetevHereb,y,en4that, under
the. UQWjBrt of -sale .contained . in . tfikt
certain inoirtureJoflmQraeip5?date
1
lfeouaryizuala.eepuwBJ p7,,V" M;
ej-Hop; n- honTTand?5i!bicn
Yiaifk airof ,,Honblhlu.'GI4 and Goufi-1
ty - of Honolulu, Territoryvot Haw alt,
t6 "FrWertck Waldvogafi of Honolulu
aforesaldof'reeed'to'ilir Office of
the' Registrar bf-Coafveyances4nr said
ilodiaiiH'tt Liberal, on-pages
and 1 thtfrtartef 'HJury' assfgned 'trfot a
yglurahlelc6n8ideratro'n t6 Wr Tin-Yatf",
by assignment of tne :aid' Fredefiek
tttfdiw.Tifr'Yan, fHe"xwnr afld holder
gage, and sell the mortgaged property
therein named because ' of the non-
payment of principal and Interest due
on the promissory note secured mere-
by. :" :.''" ' f
The above mentioned mortgage was
given to secure the payment of a
promissory not for Sixteen ; Hundred
and Fifty .'($1650.00) Dollars, of date
February 20 1901, payable one year
after date, bearing interest at the rate
ot 10 per annum, and executed by
CQ- Yee Hop, Pang Chong, and, Chan
xoung. v -o:
dtice.is Ukevie jQtven.,4hai, after
the exnlratioaj f , three. . weeks . from
date ot first piibiioaUon.ih.Uj.notice,
to-witj-toniSaturdflyi October, 4914,
at 12 o'clock noon of said day, said
wortgagedpropeitywyfcrtt the reasons
ibovelstatedyrwiHjjheiaold at auction,
atf the auction rooms of 0. -A te ven.
atfetloueer; Qneea and Fort-. streets.
Hottdlultt aforesaid: t r
-TeTnTsSof sale-cash. .v. - 4
Instruments -'of sale. at. expense of
purchaser.
r or ruriner parycuiars, ajri! iu v.
Al SteVeh,' Honolulu,' T. H.
Dated at Honolulu. T. H., this 18th
day of ' September, 1914.
W. TIN YAN.
Assignee of Mortgage.
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY TO
BE SOLD.
. That certain indenture of lease
made between John C. Cluney as les
sor, and -C.-tQ.-Yee; Hop. Pang Chong
and Chan Yminjj. "as lessees, dated
October 5M899, and of record In Li
ber 202 at pages 39-41, Hawaiian Reg
istry of , Conveyances, said lease being
for the term of forty ( 40 Y years tfrqm
October 1.4899, at, a,reatal vf nuiety
dollar? $90.00) oe'f rtoJdnth., and fccov
Taad sfttiale on Beretania street. Ho
nolulu aforesaid, and thus bounded
and" described: Beginning at the
north corfieriof this lot on the lower
side of " Beretanla treet and runatng,
l.; S;4c E' 411,6 144 0 fcet a!0B
fence alon Tower side ofBeretanla
streetv!1 r':
2. S. 51 5? Wy true 202.8 feet along
Lots.LJ3Tlnd:!5 of the Macfarlane
N. 17 2V W. true 52.0 feet along
fence. ' i ,
r 4. Jf. 24 58' W. true 67.0 feet along
to Iron pin.
v-5. N. 39 59' E. true 127.0 feet
along division fence -to- the initial.
point; area 47-100 . acre: except the .
portion thereof conveyed . to the Ha
waiian Government for road purposes;
and ' .
Second. All that certain piece or
K.;KaaLSL
FOR RENT
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Dieairahla' booses Li: various parts of
tha city, furnished and unfurnished.
at SIB, lis. 120, S25, 333. 13 AO and
op to $125. a month, St is our
offles. Treat Trust Co. Ltd, Fort
' Bt, betwaan King and Merchant
Mia-tt
Four-bedroom furnished house in Ma
noa. on car line. Apply D. H. Gil-
more, C Brewer & Co Ltd.
6933-tf
Furnished cottage for rent; 5 rooms.
63S Hotel st near AlapaL
5932-tf
PARTLY FURNISHED.
4-bedroom house at Waiklkl. Apply
Tom L. Peterson. Magoon bldg.
.5973-6t
OFFICE FOR RENT.
Office. large and centrally located. In
Elite bldg. Enquire Jas. Stelner,
"Roonr 7, Elite bldg Hotel st
69K9-tf '; : : - -;
FURNISHED ROOMS
. THE NEW ERA HOTEL
::: .,; 1450 fort street
: ABOVE VINEYARD ST.
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
ALL NEW. JUST COMPLETED
One f 3-bedroom unfurnished
:. house on Kaplolanl street; on
2-bedroom bungalow orr Lunalllo
streets ,1vJa n 2oedroom bunga--lows-
on - Lunal He - street- court.
Call' 893' Lunatilo street opp.
Normal school.- .-- I';
SHERIFF'S'
SALE NOTICE.
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Under and by virtue of a Writ of
Execution-Hssued - by -the Honorable
jX.Htmtimt Distrfct- Maglsttate
oT the' District of Honolulu,- City and
County of ' Honohilu, Territory of Ha
walL on .the 2nd day of -September,
A.' D.1914; In the matteV of Lee Yuin,
Plaintiff, against Lee Yau Young, De-
tf endant;nd Kwong- Sing-Moy Kum,
Garnishee) ft did,; St "said Honolulu,
City -and-County and- Territory aforei
BaId,lnl,- the 3d ' day of . September,
1914, levy- upon and "shall -offer j for
sale and sell at public auction to the
highest bidder at the Police Station,
Kalakaua - Kale, in said Honolulu at.
12 o'clock noon of Saturday, the 10th
day of October, 1914, all the right,
title, and interest of said Lee Yaq
Young, Defendant' In and to the fol
lowing described property unless the
sum of Fifty-three and 95-100 (553.95)
Dollars, that being the amount for
which said Execution was Issued, to
gether with Interest costs, my fees
and expenses, are previously paid:
One hanging scale, 1 counter scale,
I cash register, 12 chairs: 3 tables, 1
clock! 2 freezers, H-do2. ,umhrelIas, I
lot catsup,' l'idt birdseeds', 1' lot Kona
'coffee In pkgs., also 1 lot each of bak
iAk powaer, msect : powaer, - rearune,
tacks, mustard, spice, castor-oil, Wor
tester , sauced clothes-pins, blue, fire
cracker. and lamp-burners. Also 1 lot
each of matches, ,lamps,s chimneys.
canned goods, paper bags, paper box
es, table salt- empty large candy, hot
tles.1 cigars, glasses; wooden stools anJ
empty containers. Also 1 counter,-!
shelf, L small show case, 1 large show
case .and contents,. etc
Terms CASH. , '
Dated Honolulu, Sept 8, 1914.
7 CHARLES H. ROSE,
Sheriff, City and County of Honolulu.
' 5953-Sept. 8. 22, Oct 9
parcel of land (part of Land Commis
sion Award 639 to Hinau) situate at
Honolulu, Kona, Oahu and described
as follows: Commencing at the north
corner, of this lot at point 174 feet
southeasterly from the south corner
of Beretania and Punchbowl streets'
and running, '
1. 8. 60 5' E. true 50.0 feet along
the new line of Beretania street .
2. ft 39" 40' W true s 112.5 feet along
fence along remaining; portion of Land
Commission Award '639.
3, S. 590ti't W. true 11.5 feet along
same. - .-; . .
-4. 'N4v7 15' W. true. 19,3 feet along
Lot 3, of, the Hart property along Arm
ory,'': - " ' '. ' " J--.-.
' 5,v N.H?29; 35' E.? true '8.0 feet along
same. ; ' ' . ,
. ;6. N.'7 15' W true 49 J) feet along
same; thence. " .
f.- vN,.39r 10' E. true 73.5 feet along
Lot 3 1 along fence to initial point;
area jl04-1000 acre. - .
- Together with all buildings, improve
ments, rights, privileges and appurten-ances-thereunto
belonging or appertaining.'-
. " -TV-- '!si:Mr"-:'C -M -5962-Sept
18, 25. Oct 2. V
Clean mother-of-Dearl articles -that
have f become dull .and, blurred with
pure olive oit applying' with ordinary
nailbrush and rubbing with a chamois.
To remove obstinate , stains v. from
hardwood floors rub-, them with a cloth
wet with turpentine.
OMU r liHuvlvWV
Cam atrMt. thr UmOm
Eiroptu Plaa $1X0 1 tij p e
New steel and concrete strne
ture. Third addition ot hundred -rooms
Just completed. A high
class hotel, at very moderate
rates. In center of theatre and
retail district On car linea
transferring to all parts of city.
Electric omnibus meets all
trains and steamers.
BoUl Buwtrt rcotala4 as XXawtnaa
Xila4 HMdqvkrtaxt. Cafcle A&dxm
TrvU' ABO Cods. J. 2L Lov.
Boaolnht rtprtwaUUTt.
PLEASANTON
ElATES
REDUCED
r FOR THE TOURIST .
iFOB: THE .SERVICE , "
fiH- FOR THE KAMAAINA 1
LUXURIOUS 8UITES
EXCELLENT CUISINE , . v
GET O UR RATES (
Before Settling Elsewhere
WAIMEA KAUAI
Newly ' Ranovated Vast Hsts!
-M : J.., on- KausL n
TOURIST -TRADd EOUCTm.
'; f COOD ,MEAUL :,
Hates ' Reason WaV
C. W. 8PIT2 i I : I iPreprlstar
Try ai month at the beachIt
will do you good.; Fine, bathing, 4
good meals and comfortable ac
-f commodatlons st i ' -
"HustaceVaia"
Waiklkl Beach, next fcloans : -
- HoteU
For Ladles and Gentleman.
Seaside Hotel
"Finest dining room in the Tar
ntory."- Jolly Saturday evening
dances. - .
J. H. HERTSCHE, Win4Str
' ' HOTEL AUBREY
"A Home" Away from. Home
" An Ideal Vacation Spot -Phone
772. Hauula, Oaha!
A. 2UM STEIN, Prep.
IV-
GET AWAY FROM ELECTION
HALEIWA Is the. quiet spot
A REAL CHANGE OF : CLIMAT8
can be had at the new boarding '
house in
WAHTAXTA
nearly-1000 feet 'elevation, near depot.
grand scenery, fine bass Dshicg.- For
particulars: address. E. L Krusa, Wa
biawa. Phone 469.
All kinds' of Wrapping Papers snf
Twines; Printing and Writing Papers.
A M ER I C A N-H AW A 1 1 A N PAPER
8UPPL Y C O- LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets Honoluft
hon.t41r fW O. Guild. Genu Mar
ASSOCIATED CHARITIES
' A Chinese boy ' wants' a ! job
- Allow our cobbler y to' mend
your . eld - shoes. Phone 2253.'
1123 'Alakea street. H
STEIN WAY
Bargains In Other rPIarca,' .
V - . PLATES PIAN03. '
THAYER PIANO CO LTO.
156 Hotel Street--Thono' 2311

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