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THB HAWAIIAN BTAI . THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1908.
If 1 I i l is ON'T WORRY Wo will buy your Diamonds, old watches and Jewelry for spot cash. 4 J. CARLO 1018 Nuuanu Ave., axy Branch, Fort St., near Hotel. Can't You See If you'canhot-seo'as well as you used to, can't you see that you need the help of an opti cian? NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. of Boston, Massachusetts New Policy The contract embodies, In an absolutely COMPLETE and PERFECT form, the principle of strictly MUTUAL Ufa Insur ance. CASTLE & COOKE, LTD, AGENTS. Also representing Aetna Insurance Co. National Fire Insurance Co. Citizens Insurance Co. Protector Underwriters. Is there any reason why our advertising matter should not help your business? Let's see. 'HAWAII PUBLICITY CO. Telephone 173. Honolulu, T. H. SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER CHANTS. SUGAR FACTORS and GENERAL IN SURANCE AGENTS. " representing Ewft Plantation Co. Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd. Kohala Sugar Co. Walmea Sugar Mill Co, Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd. Fulton Iron Works of St Loala. Blake Steam Pumps. Westons Centrifugals. Babcock & Wilcox Boilers, Green's Fuel Economlior. Marsh Steam Pumps. Matson Navigation Co. Planters Line Shipping Co. New England Mutual Life nce Company of Boston. Aetna Insurance Co. National Fire Insurance Ca lasv Citizen's Insurance Co. (Hartfort Fire Insurance Co.) Protector Underwriters ol t&a Pfcoesli of Hartford. . AGENTS FOR THE r Royal Insurance Co. Of Liverpool, Eng, Scottish. Union & National Ins. Co., of Edlnburg, Scotland. Commercial Union Assurance Co. of London. The Upper Rhine Ins. Co., Ltd. 3 UID. E. O. HALL & SON, LTD., Proprietors Importers and Dealers in Automobiles and Auto Supplies, Re pairing and Storage. Solo Agents for the Pierce Great Ar row, Franklin, Kissel Kar, Thomas, Cadillac. 151 Merchant Street. Y. WO SING CO. GROCERIES, FRUITS. VEGETABLES, ETf California Butter, 40o lb; OooKIbj Butter, 80c lb.; Island Butter, IKe. l 1186-1188 Nuuanu Street Telephone Main 2S8. Box III "X- . - Fine Job Printing, Star Office. M I WE, lit f . I IRTO i Co: Amusements Art Theater Wonderful, motion pictures bringing to view scenes from y many mnas anu emDracing. Comedy o.nc3L I.t:lios TWO CHANGES EACH WEEK. MONDAY AND THURSDAY. i, ., SPECIALS. . Hagenback's animals, the 4 footed hero, Tobogglngln St. Mortlz, stunning, thrilling and cxhillratlng. i POLITICAL NOTICES. 1 hereby announco myself as an In dependent candidate for the office of Treasurer for the City and County of Honolulu. GEORGE C. BECKLEY. I have been regularly nominated by the Republican County Convention tor the office of ' SENATOR, THIRD SENATORIAL DISTRICT, and I request the support of the elec tors. E. W. CJUINN. I have been regularly nominated by the Democratic County Convention for the office of DEPUTY SHERIFF, DISTRICT OF HONOLULU, and respectfully ask for the voting support of the electors. CHARLES H. ROSE. I have been regularly nominated by tho Democratic County Convention tor the office of SENATOR, COUNT OF OAHU and I request the support of the elec tors. H. T. MOORE. I have been regularly nominated by the Republican Countv Convention for the office of COUNTY AUDITOR, COUNTY OF OAHU. and I request tho support of the elec tors. JAMES BICKNELL. I have been reirularlv nomlnntpri hv the Republican County Convention for the office of COUNTY CLERK, COUNTY OF OAHU. and I request the suport of the elec tors. DAVID KALAUOKALANf, JR. I have been regularly nominated by the .Republican .County Convention for the office of SENATOR, COUNTY OF OAHU, and I request tho support of the electors. JOHN A. HUGHES. I have been regularly nominated by the Republican County Convention for the office of REPRESENTATIVE OF, THE FOURTH DISTRICT ' and I request the support ot the electors. JOHN K. KAMANOULU. I have been regularly nominated by the Republican County Convention for the office ot SUPERVISOR, COUNTY OF OAHU and I request the support of the electors. DANIEL LOGAN. WAViVAViVV.ViWAViVi'i Fine 3oc3ols Our Sodas Always Satisfy HONOLULU DRUG CO.; LTD. rrui it on cel., wubi nuuvc rxuiy m wuwwuvuvwwvvuwa PAOiEcp'S It Is Easy To detect the symptoms of scalp disease because the white scales of dandruff aro always apparent on the clothes and in the" hair, brush and comb. PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER will infallibly cure these symptoms and will stop your hair frdm falling Try it. Sold by all Druggists and at Pache co's Barber Shop, Fort Street. Tel. 232 Says Tho Bookman, "If there were no villains, tnero would he no novels. That's, rather harsh. Some novelists nroyiw villains,- nut merely weak' minded. Cloveland Leader. mm The by-laws of the "Kauikeolanl 1 Children's Hospital," have, been filed and are of unusual interest. They are broad and unusually generous In their scope and conditions. In the first place the institution is to provide free medical-advice and treatment for chil dren suffering from disease, Injuries or deformities, secondly to receive' Us pa tients, children who shall' be able whol- ly or in part to pay for the expense of their treatment. The hospital will receive children of all' nationalities "but always giving preference to needy cniiuren oi native Hawaiian parent- - J .V ii, in, Mi' lilt ! I "Be." ' ...... Tne ttiUMktVbr&ie Board of Trus- fees are named as follows: A. S. Wil-' relatidnte between'' the United States cox and J. F. Morgan Ithree years; A. and Japan, and particularly between Gnrtley and W. O. Smith, two years; S. the Paolfic Coast and Japan. An Hon B. Dole, E. A. Mott-Smlth and C P. orary Commission officially represent Castle one year. In the event of a va- ing the Chambers of Commerce of San cancy in the board it may fye filled by Francisco, Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, an election of the membe.rs of the cor- Eureka, Oakland, Los Angeles and poration or failing In this by the re- San Diego, which goes to meet the maining members of the board itself, leading business men and officials ot The members of the corporation are of Jnphn with the avowed purpose of re two classes, any one who has contri- spohding cordially to the request from buted $100 at any one time being a life the organized leadership ot the bust member and any one giving $10 being ness' life o Japan that theorganized an annual member for the remainder of leadership of the business life and po the calendar year. Hey of the Pacific Coast learn more The following free bed regulations about Japan and its people, needs, are made. When anyone shall make a 'ways, policy and relations to the pro donation of $5000 a free bed shall be blems of tho Pacific, which are the established and the occupant shall be joint problems of the two peoples, and entitled to free attendance and main- that there be an opportunity for a mii tenance In the hospital with full prl- tual expression of, good will and the vileges. The bed shall be known by promotion of an intol'igent under the name of the donor and he, his standing of each other. The gentle- heirs, or such person as he may de- signate. shall always have the right of nomination of the occupant ot such bed In porpetuo. When anyone shall make a donation of $300 at one time with the request. that it shall be .applied to the main- tenance of a bed, one shall be establish-, ed for the term of twelve months un- der the same general provisions as ap- ply in the first instance. GRAFT CASE Tale Grand Jury was in session this morning and police officers swarmed ardund the corrldars of the Executive - i building. The principal case was that C. Koike, a passenger aboard the "l'en of Ahl, one of the Chinese special offl- yo Maru, is practically tho conductor cers of the Iaukea reclme. who Is un- of the American commercial mission der investigation on charges' of" bri- bery. It Is alleged by a certain hUl ot Chinese Ramblers that he was will-. ing to run', while in other cases' he would raid at every opportunity.- , Chief of Detectives Jack Kalaklela, companled by their wives and faml Captaln Luahiwa, Ahl and many other lies and a more pleasant passage from members of the department were pros- San Francisco wa3 never experienced ent to tell all. they knew or did not know about graft In thepollce depart- ment. LUNTO ESTATE The twenty-seventh annual accounts of the estate of W. C. Lunalllo, king of Hawaii before Kalakaua, were thd subject of a master's report by Job Bat'chelor this mornlng.in which the trustees are nigniy compiimenieu ou the businesslike manner in which tho counts show, from tho report made v w n smith mnnnMn, tmatpn. that the receipts for the year amount - ed to J18.0G2.27 and the disburse - ments to $15,705.82. - Both the master and W. O. Smith compliment Mrs. E. A. Y'eaver on tho manner n which the Lunalllo Homo is being handled. It Is shown that the expenses of the inmates per ca- pita was reduced to $194.04 during the past year from $202. CC for tho year 1907. At one o'clock .this mortilng aipSi- legedly Indignant husband brnkiv Jutn tho police station and asked th.a!t Mai alleged wife and another, who hap pened to be a man, bo locked up. They were confined, being booked under "In vestigation." It sems that the com plaint recently arrived from the main land States and pnly last night found, as he says, that tliero was sympathy between his competitor and his mate. He made an awful fuss over it all. to such an extent that the polico really thought he must bo serious. This morning, howover, the defendants were discharged, and the Inference 1h that the husband was mistaken or ov er enthusiastic. . ".(. BORN. HUMBURG In San Francisco Sep tember 2C, 1908, to John F. Humburg and wife, a son. LEITHEAD In Honolulu, H. T., Sep CARELESS HUSBAND tember 24. 1808, to G. S. Loithead andwlfea boy. . Fine Job Printing Star Office. T L (Continued from Page OriO ) war and I do not expect that there will hn nnv wnr. T-hn Jtnnrinnnri nrn t i, -.., ,.n. journa8 credlt them with being, and f Want to tell you rght now that when there is war between Japan and the united States there will bo war every wherp,else ..at tho same time. No. sir! We, are on a mission of peace and we know it to be a mission or peace be fore we embarked on It." The visit to Japan at this time of a considerable delegation ot the leading business men of the Pacific Coast, in response to a, formal, and cordial Joint invitation from. the. .Chambers ot Com- merce of the five leading cities of Ja J i -I .... . . . i. Pan, i nn Avptif nf unrlmihtArl Rlirntfl- rftnpfi in ihn pATAmp.T'Miil and wnprjil men composing the visiting party are men of large affairs on the coast, mem- uers of t,le Chambers of Commerce mentioned, anu tnorougniy representa- uve 01 tne uest in tne business life or tlle three states, In the way ot cliarac- ,ler- experience, intelligence, ana "reautn or minu anu view, -racy arc crossine i acmc on a mission or International good will, which cannot I fall to have far-reaching consequen ces. The affair Is not arranged to drum up trade on either side. That con sideration will take care of itself in an Incidental way. It Is the hope of all interested that more intimate com mercial relations will Indirectly re suit from an Increase of acquaintance' ship and good feeling between the two countries, but it Is the latter end that has prompted the course of both hosts and guests. Japanese Consul at San Francisco, to Japan. Consul-General Kolko was the! one' who really organised the trip and to him all the credit is due. Ko ike is the main spirit of the enterprise. Many of the Commissioners are ac- by any vessel crossing the Pacific, The distinguished passengers all en thusiastically declare that they Intend to return to the United States aboard the Tenyo Maru. Captain Ernest Bent stated this morning that in all his ex perlenco ho had seldom had the plea sure to engage with so delightful . crowd. Purser C. Lacy Goodrich was voted, on the trip down, the Jolly good fellow that he is. "So patient!" say the ladies and 'So capable and with such splendid tact!" say the men. oh ,t wag a bealtUul fam, arty througnout And thCre are numerous h J10,eet,on'to; , what wc-uld a delegation be without , children? Miss Ida Salmon, steward ' ess, will probably find on a near homo ward-bound trip of the Tenyo, many familiar faces among the women and children,, for her unusual tact and 1 care, is such as to endear her to ajl , with," whom she conies in contact. The Tcnyq is peculiarly fortunate in her 'choice stewardesses, Miss Salmon and , Mrs.7 Klrknatrlck Miss Salmen posbos- es lhat charm which attracts children to Ifer and the parents of said chil dren vote her a treasure of the high est order. Dr. Crooks, too, was an Important member of tho ship's com pany, aa having to tlb with the large delegation. ' F',Mrht tj "U (t'llMnma ' who for a couple of trips was purser of the S. S. America ilaru, ls-nt-nard .tho Tnyo Maru, a tact that will de- Tlfllt lfT ''in UnHnlnlii Willi is well-known here and Just as popu lar as he is well known. Such people as BentJ Goodrich, WtUIams and Miss SalmenB'ory largely help to make tho Tenyo'justly popular. , To lirffo been aboard the Tenyo and t9 haye heard the conversations of tne meniDers or tne delegation would have b?n to have Iearrieil much of tho significance of the present mission O IiA T .. But the members of the commission aro veVy general in their statements mill fliov fiTA nnf nnVlnna 'in tnllr pt. cept to' Speak In praise ofthe ship tho Tenyo Maru, and what little they have already seen of this Island. Ono or two have voted sentiments similar to thoso expressed by Fitzgerald, while others are lcsfK communicative unless it be to say' a little more than their fellows In praise of the steamship and cis MERCHANTS RE cot her people and of Honolulu and her THE COUNTRY CLUB, people. Every man to his taste In the mat- James B. Stetson, of the party is pre- tor of golf but the consensus of opln sldent of tho California Street Railroad ion is that Halclwa offers greater ln Company, which operates one of the ducoments to the lover of tho sport Important street railway lines of San than tho club links nearer at home. Francisco and for, nine years was pre- Possibly because peoplo enjoy getting sldent of the North Pacific Coast Rail- out of call of tho house and deslro road Company, the steam railway lino to bo down whero they can put and of which runs northward from Han diivo whero the waves are whispering Frnncisco. encouragement nearby. The finks Robert Dollar, president of the Rob- ert Dollar Company, of San Francisco, was one of the members of tho Cham ber of Commerce who took the earliest and most earnest Interest In making a proper response to the Invitation from Japan, and he has been one of the most active In organizing' 'the trip across the Pacific. The Robert Dollar Company are steamship owners and large exporters and importers operat ing between San Francisco and other Pacific Coast ports and the Orient. F. W. Dohrmann Is ono, of tho"m6st eminent citizens of San Francisco and one" of Its largest wholesale and retail merchants. He is president of the Nathan-Dohrmann Co., which for a great many years has been the city's leading firm dealing In crockery, glass ware, etc., with branches In other coast cities. E. L. Heuter is one of the leading figures In the industrial and commer cial life of San Francisco nnd has been Commerce for a great many years. He . .i.i , 0 r.. ncer Varnish Works, and of the old Bass-Heuter Paint Co., and Is at the head of tho California Ink Co, Max Schmidt is at the head of ono of the large industrial establishments of San Francisco, tho Schmidt Litho graph Co., of which he was the or ganizer and of which ho is president and manager. R. B. Hale has for many years been one of tho most widely known retail merchants of San Francisco anil' one of the city's most active and influen tial citizens. His firm, Hale Bros., Inc., the largest retail dry goods house on the Pacific Coast. Wallace M. Alexander Is the man ager ot the San Francisco branch of Alexander & Baldwin, of Honolulu, ono of the Important and widely known shipping and commission firms, of the Pacific Coast, with branches also in Seattle, and New York. The houso is largely interested in Hawaiian sugar plantations and In various phases of American commerce on the Pacific side of the world. S. I. Merrill Is president and general manager of the California Industrial Co. of Los Angeles, which operates the largest rolling mills on tho Pacific Coast for the manufacture ot Iron and steel bars, bolts, nuts and like pro ducts. John Bergln, of the Los Angeles Chamber of of Commerce, of which ho Is an ex-director, Is vice-president and secretary of the Los Angeles Soap Co., which Is one of the oldest manufactur ing concerns of Southern California. J. T, Fitzgerald, who goes with the party as another of tho representatives of the Los Angeles Chamber of Com merce, is the president of the Fitzger ald Music Co., at Los Angeles. C. M. Cooke, President of tho Bank of Hawaii of this city, and John Wa terhouso, two of Honolulu's most se lect business element, are regularly and duly appointed delegates from the Honolulu Chamber1 of Commerce to Join the Coast Commission here anfl, pro ceed with .them to Japan. Following Is the personnel of the party: From San Francisco Honorary com mercial commission, representing the Chamber of Commerce ot San Fran cisco: W. M. Alexander, F. W. Dohr mann S Robert Dollar, R. B. Hale, J. R. Hanlfy, E. L. Hueter, Henry Michaels, Max Schmidt, James B. Stet son, Georgo F. Volkmann, Mrs. C. S. Dohrmann, Mrs. Robert Dollar, Mrs. R. B. Hale, Mrs. J. R. Hanlfy, Mrs. E. L. Huqter, Mrs. K. Plschel, Mrs. Louisa Volkmann and Miss Johanna Volk mann. .From Los Angeles Members of Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles: J. J. Bergln, A. C. Bllllcke, J. T. Fitz gerald. Alfred P. Griffiths, S. I. Merrill. Mrs. J. J. Bergin, Mrs. A. C. Bllllcke and Mrs. J. T. Fitzgerald. From Oakland A. Kendall, member of Chamber of Commerce and Mrs. Kendall. From Eureka E. E. Skinner, pres ident of Eureka Chamber of Commerce, and Mrs. A. Brlzard. From San Diego William Clayton, Chamber of Commerce member. From Portland, Or. Members ot Chamber of Commerce: O. M. Clarke and Charles P. Friendly, Dr. Henry Coo and Mrs. O. M. Clarke. . From Seattle, Wash. Members of Chamber of Commorcu: E. F. Blaine, J. D. Lowman and W. H. Treat, and tholr wives. Tho regular monthly meeting of the Ho.ml ot Directors of the Free Kinder garten and Children's Aid Association wllljbo hold In the Y. W. C. A. parlors tomcrrow morning at 9:30. A letter from Molokal states that tho Mother Superior of tho St. Francis Order of the Hawaiian Island, Rev. Mother Marienne, who recently had a severe attack of heart failure, has re covered completely. Alexander Field will be indicated at Oaliu Collece this afternoon. A nro gram of iterary exercises and sports has been prepared, . ' Fine Job Printlnc, Star Office. there are good and Manager Bidgood looks after visitors. New Advertisements NOTICE. HILO SUGAR COMPANY. A special meeting oMho stockholders of !the Hllo Sugar Company will be held at the office of Its Agents, Wnr. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., on Tuesday, Oc- , tober C, 1308, at 10 a. m. I H. M. WHITNEY, Acting Sefcretary. NOTICE OF REDEMPTION' OF BONDS OF PAIA PLANTATION. PAIA PLANTATION, pursuant to tho terms of that certain Deed of Trust, dated September 28, 1903, made by It to Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited, hereby gives notice to tho ! holders of bonds of Pala Plantation, fue ufnler fa'd S1,1'1 the election of tho said Pala Planta- tlon to redeem and pay, and of the re demption and payment of the follow ing numbered bonds ot said Paia Plan tation on tho first cay of October, 1908, at the office of Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited, Honolulu, County of Oaliu, Territory of Hawaii, to-wit: Bonds of tno par value of $1,000.00 each numbered: 4 82 101 229 32o 19 81 1C2 231 327 22 91 1C0 238 329 23 93 1C7 240 331 25 94 172 241 337 2C 100 175 21G 339 27 107 178 250 344 37 110 185 253 351 48 111 18G 254 io5 49 114 190 255 301 50 11C 192 258 3C2 5G 120 193 280 303 CI 129 195 291 aCC C3 13G 19 1 292 375 C5 137 200 299 JS1 70 139 205 303 384 71 14G 209 31G 385 72 152 215 318 388 73 154 222 321 390 7G 159 223 324 392 396 Bonds of tho par -value ot $500.00 each numbered: 403 421 43G 458 483. 408 422 442 4C3 490 411 423 447 475 492 412 428 451 479 495 415 431 453 The holders ot the above numbered bonds are hereby notified to present for payment of principal and interest accrued to October 1, 1908, and to sur render, said bonds at the place and on the date last above mentioned, and that after October 1, 1908, all interest on said bonds numbered as aforesaid shall cease. Honolulu, August 3rd, 1908. PAIA PLANTATION. By J. P. Cooke, Treasurer. 20ts Aug. 5, 12, 19, 2G, Sept. 2, 9, 10, 17. 18, 19, 21 ,22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 2?, 29. 30, Oct. 1. NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BOND3 OF HAIKU SUGAR COMPANY. HAIKU SUGAR COMPANY, pursu ant to the terms ot that certain Deed ot Trust, dated September 28, 1903, made by It to Hawaiian Trust Com pany, Limited, hereby gives notice to tho holders of bonds ot Haiku Sugar Company, Issued under said Deed ol Trust, of tho election of the said Haiku Sugar Company to redeem and pay. and of the redemption and payment ot tho following numbered bonds of said Haiku Sugar Company on tho first day of October, 1908, at the office of Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited, Honolulu, County or Oaliu, Territory of Hawaii ,to-wlt: Bonds of fho par valuo ot $1,000.00 each numbered: 1 45 106 ICO 214 7 48 113 .171 219 8 51 114 182 224 9 71 119 183 22G 10 -73 122 185 231 12 7G 126 1SG 233 17 82 127 194 237 2G 85 134 197 241 33 91 135 200 245 38 98 137 203 24G 40 99 153 204 248 43 102 157 209 250 44 104 158 211 Bonds of tho par valuo of $500.1 each numbered: 254 272 295 322 334 255 278 315 327 335 250 280 317 330 333 2C4 282 320 333 342 2GG 284 Tho holders of tho afcovo numbered bonds aro hereby notified to prosent for payment of principal and interest accrued to October 1, 1908, and to sur render, said bonds at tho place nnd on tho date last abovo mentioned, and that after October 1, 1908, all Interest on said bonds numbered as aforesaid shall cease. Honolulu.August 3, 1908. HAIKU SUGAR COMPANY, By J. P. COOKE, Treasurer. 20tS Aug. 5. 12. 19. 2G. 30. Rend 2. a. 1G, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 2J, 24, 25, 20, 2ii, 29, 30, Oct. 1. cjonolulu. Hw oou alOB SEE. ' MAKIKI DISTRICT. Two-icro building! site- in theu. Makikl District. On0 of tho-, choicest locations left in this district. Bargain price for quick' sale. MANOA VALLEY BARGAINS. Two three-quarter acre building lots for $1000 each. , KAL1HI. A property suitable ror a lurge family. Largo house' and amplo grounds. Price, $3,000. Call or write to ' Waferhouse ahi 11 Corner of Fort nnd Merchant Sts. WIR E LESS 1" is x 33 o i a r ir For Inter-Island Communication The Rates are Low Classified Advertising TO LET. Houso to Let. One block from Ra pid Transit line and from Punahou Col- lego; S rooms, Independent, artisan wa ter, mosquito proof, electric lights, gas u uesircd. Dining room, kitchen, bath etc. Rent cheap, apply to 1928 Wilder Avenue. FOR SALE CHEAP. 2 Fine Pearls at $25 each. C. Post ofllce Box 28G. WANTED. Just arrived young man 2G years ot age,, desires position as salesman or general clerk. Address H, Star office. By exrfcrJence"d'luna, position on plantation. Please address "J. R." this office. "Young ladylvitS" kFowledgeof "ihort hand and typewriting. Address P. o. Box 486. Bright white boy ror offics. Must have knowledge of shorthand and typewriting. Address M. L. this of fice. Good propbsitIon"fora" canvasierof ability. Address X, Star Office. We want you to try a massage with our Electric Vibrator for that "tired feeling and headache. Nothing better In town. Union Barber Shop. FOR RENT. First class furnished rooms central ly located. Hot and cold buths, Ar lington Hotel, 215 Hotel St, AEON'S PASSENGERS RESCUED. Cable advices received yesteraay morning state that tho liner Manuka of the Canadian-Australian line, has arrived at Fanning Island and taken on board Captain Downlo, the second officer and two engineers. The Ma nuka then proceeded to Christmas Isl and to rescilo tho passengers and crew of tho wrecked steamer Aeon. The marooned peoplo will be taken to Syd- . ney, whero the liner which will pick them up is bound. S. F. Chronicle, 1 Sept. 23. ft , Not a notification committee has yet met with a rebuff. Detroit Free Press. PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION of a Genoral Storehouse at Honolulu II. T. Office of tho Constructing Quartor niaster, Honolulu, H. T., Sept. 30, 190S. Sealed proposals In triplicate will bo received hero and at the office 08 tho Constructing QunrtormaBtor at San Francisco, Cal. until October 30, 190S, and then oponed, nt Honolulu, H. T., at 9 a. m., and at San Francisco., Cal., at 11 a. m. for the construction, plumb ing and wiring of a concreto storehouse nt Honolulu, II. T., according to plans and specifications on file in tho offices ot tho abovo mentioned quartermast ers. Information furnlshod on appli cation. A deposit of $20.00 will be re quired for each sot ot plans furnished, which will be refunded upon return ot same. Envelopes should bo indoq "Proposals for Storehouse" and ad llrnKKPil in Hnnfnln R TT ITnmnhrnrJw . . .. ... ... , Constructing Quartormaster, U. S; Army. Cts Sept. 30, Oct. 1, 2, 3, 2S, 29. 4 "H it 15? 1 mJ if - I": Hi