THH HAWAIIAN STAB, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1911.
The groat Washing Soda, used In
Hospitals and tho Homo.
Cheaper than Pearllne.
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY,
A TRUE BARGAIN IN REALTY IS
OFFERED NEAR CORNER LILIHA
AND WYLLIE STS. SOMEONE
WILL SNAP UP THIS PROPERTY
FOR INVESTMENT; IF NOT, FOR
A HOME. DO NOT SLEEP ON THIS
TILL YOU HAVE SEEN
island investment eo.,
Member of Hawaiian Stock Ex
change, Room 103, Stangenwald build
Ing. Telephone 1SS1. Postofllce box
506. Cablo address: "Bulldog."
Bridge and Beach stores for Coal or
Quick Meal Blue Flame Oil Stoves.
Perfection Oil Sto'es.
Giant Burner Gasoline Stoves.
EMMELUTH CO., LTD.
Phono 1511 No. 145 King St
ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY OF
NTW YORK UNDERWRITER
PROVIDENCB WASHINGTON IN
Thb B. F, Dillingham Co., Ltd,
General Agents for Hawaii.
Fourth Floor. Stangenwald Building.
G. Brewer & Co.,Ltd.
Fire and Marine
Royal Insurance Co. of Liver
London Assurance Corpora
tion. Com mercialUnion Assurance
Co. of London.
Scottish Union and National
Insurance Co. of Edinburgh.
dedonian Insurance C, of
American and Foreign Mar
ine Insurance Co.
Cable Address "Dulsenberg" Honolulu
E. G. Duisenberg
STOCK AND BOND BROKER '
member Hawaiian stock Exchange
No. 76 Merchant St. Honolulu.
Telephone 3013. P. O. Box 322.
A;ent to grant marriage licenses
Loans Negotiated. Real Estate.
Court, Legal and Commercial Work.
O. P. Soares
Room 7, Magoon Building.
Cor. Merchant and Alakea.
STANDARD GAS ENGINES
For All Purposes.
MARINE, STATIONARY, PUMPING
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Agents for Hawaii.
Two Six-Seat Cadillac Cars
Beretanla St. near Nuuanu.
will save you monoy. Call and see
one In operation.
ACETYLENE LIGHT & AGENCY
Hustaco avenue, off South St.
DO YOU USE
Pau ka Hana
IN THE KITCHEN?
THE GREAT BENJAMIN COMPOUND
Makes New, Ilch
Stomach and Liver
Cures the Kidneys.
11 persons having bills for claims
against tho Territory of Hawaii to
Juno 30, 1911, arc hereby requested to
present tho same to tho several de
partments or bureaus under which
they were contracted on or before July
10, as tho books of tho Territory for
tho present biennial period will bo
closed nt tho Auditing Department
about July 18 next.
All claims not presented as nbovo
will havo to await payment until the
next session of tho Legislature in 1913.
J. H. FISHER,
Auditor, Territory of Ilawnli.
Honolulu, June 15, 1911.
OFFICERS and DIRECTORS.
II. P. BALDWIN Presdont
W. M. ALEXANDER. 1st V.-Presldent
J. P. COOKE 2nd Vice-President
J. R. GALT 3rd Vice-President
JOHN GUILD Acting Treasurer
E. E. PAXTON Secratary
W. O. SMITH Director
W. R. CASTLE Director
0. N. WILCOX Director
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Com.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Conipony,
McBryde Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kauai Railway Company.
Kauai Electric Company.
Haiku Fruit & Packing Company,
Kauai Fruit & Land Company,
Near Wylll? Street $30 per month
MflkiM District $75 per month
Upper Fort Street, one block from
Nuuanu Car $G0 per month
All very desirable residences and
Bishop Trust Co.,
924 BETHEL STREET
Gfiiffofi Hole Paper
By the Pound at
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Hotel near Fort.
Consolidated Soda Water
Is Absolutely 'Pure
YAT HING, - 127 Hotel Sf
Umpire Chop House
(Lately Palace Grill.)
Bethel St. Opp. Empire Theatre.
Open Day and Night, Cuisine Unsur
BEST MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Bowers' Merchant Patrol
And Confidential Agency
Reliable Watchmen Furnished. Phone
1051, P. O. Box 284. City Head
quarters, Club Stables.
Y. WO SING CO.
Groceries, Fruita, Vegetables, Etc
Butto.' 35o lb.; Fresh Dried Fruits.
118G-1188 Nuuanu Street
Telephone 1034. Box 951
HIGH CLASS SHOE REPAIRING
All Hand Work.
Shoos called for and delivered.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE CO, LTD.
CLOTHES ARE THE
LONDON, June S. la America the
ideal of every young man who wants
to have n good time without too much '
work is to bo n millionaire. In Eng-
land tho young ninn of similar propen- j
allies thinks ho would llko to be king,
Of course Americans know that most
millionaires work harder than most
day laborers, but few pcoplo either In
England or America realize, that the
king also works as hard as tho poor-
est of his subjects, and a good deal
harder than, most of them.
It is true that much of tho king's
work is what most people would call
pleasure, but when one has to work at
pleasure for twelve or fourteen hours
a day it becomes hard labor and there
Is no getting out of it for King George. '
Ho is the official head of British so-
clety, and the English church and tho
British army and the British navy, not
to speak of the British Empire, and ho
must bo on show at all sorts of cere-
monial functions all tho time, and at
every function he must be appropriate-
On a busy day when he has a dozen
or more engagements the mere labor
of changing his clothes alone would
frighten an ordinary man, who puts on
one suit In the morning when ho goes
to business and maybe changes for
dinner when ho gets home at night.
The present London season began
on May C when the court mourning
for the late King Edward came to an
end. It closes about the end of July,
and practically until August 1 King
George" will be literally on the run all
day and every day, performing all :
sorts of social engagements and every
day changing his clothes anywhere
from six to a dozen times. The season
will culminate of course at the coro-1 eclves a salary of $G00 a year and has
nation on June 22, which probably will 'an apartment In St. James' Palace. Of
be the busiest day of King George's course he will also bo pensioned, as
Hie, but the festivities before and after ! King Edward's valet .was, when he
n will bo such that niore than ordinary j grows too old to work or when his
strength and stamina will bo required master dies.
to carry him through. It is safoj
enough prediction, however, that King MEN WHO SHOULD
George will come through all ?iglit. j RETIRE AT SIXTY-FIVE
Apart altogether from the extra-! 1 know that thcre are' and wlu a1
ordinary festivities of the season King wa-vs be- man' who whll abl re"
Georgo is a busy man nnd even in or- tiro at sixty-live will not do so, and
dlnary times clothes take up a lot of Perhaps It is better that they should
his time. This is particularly hard on t, ut within the narrow range of
him because he doesn't care for dress. mV activities those who for them
King Edward delighted in "dressing selves and for theIr employers ought
up" as keenly as any debutante getting t0 be enabled to retire at sixty-five
ready for her first bail. He studied ma"' times outnumber the class to
clothes and was never more nleased wnicu vou refer.
than when he had designed some lit-
tic alteration in the ordinary dress of
u gentleman. King George, like all
mnnnrrhs. I. stinkier for nnmirncv in
such details, but he does not charge
,tn,i ,vm, ti,n, ,! ho 'tnVoa nn
.itti, i,n, ua t,.0,c i.ia viot
. ,i , ,
As far as ordinnry dress is concerned
he Is particularly careful never to wear
anything that Is at all out of the way.
He never will set a fashion as his fath
er constantly was doing.
King George's Day. ,
nciu io u uintai uu, in lug mubD
life, showing not only his actual en-
gagements but how he has to dress
for them. He rises at 7:30 a. m. gets
into breeches and boots and goes lor
a ride in tho park. When he comes
back to the palace about an hour later
he changes Into ordinary morning
dress, a lounge suit, breakfasts at
9:45 and then spends the morning'
with his secretaries going over his
correspondence and attending to the
uruinary uusiuess or tne nay. lie
finds an hour during the forenoon for
his physical training with Sandow or
one of his assistants. ,
If ho has no public engagements he
i.eed not change his clothes again un-
til lunch time, when he gets into a
flock coat and dnrk trousers, but if ho
must grant an audience or receive an
ambassador he must don one of his
manv uniforms. His fnvnrlto nni-
forms, if a man who detests uniform
can be said to have favorites, are those
of a field marshal of tho British army, Uleir "residents-men not over fifty
and the undress uniform of a British J.carB ,of age- 1 have bee Informed
admiral. Tho latter, indeed, is tho Umt tho Carnes' provision for edu
cue that ho wears most of all and his cators flxes tho eligible ago at sixty
naval training is probably accountable "J0!- J lln ? Stubbs. Esq., Director
for this preference. . f T,m,fflc of tho Harrlman Lines, In
the July Columbian.
If he receives a foreign ambassador, '
however, ho must wear the uniform of
ono of the regiments of the ambassa
dor's country, to which ho is entitled.
There are also 30 uniforms of Britisti
regiments of which ho is honorary col
onel which ho must wear on certain oc-
get through tho nfttrnoon without
changing again, but if lie has two or
three engagements ho may have to
change as many times. Ho dresses
for dinner about 7 o'clock and dines
at S If tho dinner is a mere family
function ho wears tho ordinary gentle-
man s evening dross, but if it is a state
affair he must wear state dress, con-
sistlng of an evening coat glittering
with orders and black silk breeches
and stockings a' variant on this
which Is permitted Is what is known
ns "pantaloon dress," consisting of an
evening coat, with black trousers cut
close to tho leg and fitting tight
around tho nnkles.
King George, on iv.o whole, however,
lias a decidedly economical taste in
clothes and his tailor declares thnt ho
is nn ideal customer. The reason for
this Is that ho never requires nny
freaks and that his figure Is such that
ho Is easy to lit. His ordinary clothes
are made by H. Davis, of Hanover
Jstreot nnd his uniforms by Jones, Clark
' & Dawson, of Sackvlllo street. No
doubt a good many American tailors
think they would llko to have tho ac
count, both for tho good monoy that It
brings In and for the advertising to bo
got out of It. They wouldn't like It
so much if they know tho facts. Tho
King's tailors must never use their
royal patronngo In any way to Increase
their trado and tho King's clothing
bill is a modest one. Ho pays from
$40 to $75 for a suit, tho lower price
being for his lounge suits and tho
higher for his evening clothes, and his
tailor's bill rarely exceed $2000 a year.
Of course tho mere act of changing
Is made as easy for the king as pos
sible. Ho has two valets, the senior,
Howlett, having been with him for a
number of years, and two "brushers"
who assist the valots. A valet and
brushcr are always on duty. Every
morning tho valet receives a copy of
the king's list of engagements for the
day and it is his duty to have the ap
propriate clothes ready when the king
comes to change. He must know all
the niceties of all the uniforms and see
that everything is correct to the last
dot. In spite of all this responsibil
ity tho pay is not high. Howlett re-
0f course' expressions and
views must bo reau 111 connection
with my Particular professiou-tho
rnllfie of m' experience mttst bo COll
iaTf- In my talks 011 the subJect
1 llad 1,1 mlml railroad workers, and
tho employees of such industrial con
cerns which have adopted a pension
ojaiviu iui men- ,Yuruurs. mere was
also present in my mind tho fact that
the retiring ago in such cases is fix
ed at seventy years. I hold that at
sixty-five the officer or employee
should be permitted to retire with
nonor ana receive his pension, or that
the company might retire him with
honor at that ago to make room for
younger men. It was not In my mind
to suggest that all employers should
dispense with ' the services of their
employees at the age of sixty-five
years without any provision for their
There aro vocations for which the
ripened judgment, tho outgrowth of
long experience, increases tho ef-
ieciiveness or tho worker, nnd it
would be a distinct loss to the world
to take men in such pursuits out of
their activities at the ago of sixty-five,
or oven at seventy, if their mental
machinery at that age is as it often
Is stm tably productive. I believe
J0lu Profession to bo notably such
1 at 0,10 tImo thought this was true
of tho Presidents of our universities
nild other educatlonnl Institutions, but
" wlH bo found tha' these institu-
nro seellnS mK men for
Tho following Is a proclamation
made at tho Market Cross of Invar
ary, Scotland, less than a hundrod
"Ta hoy! To tlther 'a-hoy! To hov
three times-!-! nn' tn hnu wMci
cd ot his Majesty. King George
an' her Grace to Duke O'Argyll:
'If anybody Is found fishing about
ta Iocki or boIow tQ ,
,ockJ or ahnt t0 ,ock , ,0 Qr
on te lock armm. tQ , of
t0 ,ocki sho.a to ,)0 por80cntu ,.
threo ,l0rscclltions. (lrst Bno.s to bo
bMrnt, Byno . to bo drownt .
then to be hangt, an' It she over
COmes back she's to bo persecutlt wl'
a fnr wnur ,0atn
aoa save te King, an' her Graco
to Duke O'Argyll."
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE AND
Under tho power of-sale contained
In mortgngo from W. W. Wright
Company, Limited, an Hawaiian Cor
poration, to August Dreler, dated
November 5th, 1002, recorded in tno
Registry Office, Onhu, in Liber 214
on pages 10C-109, and duly assigned
to tho undersigned, notice is hereby
given that tho assignee of the mort
gage did upon the 1st dny of July.
1011, take possession of tho mort
gaged property, and intends to foro
closo said mortgage for conditions
broken, to-wlt: non-payment of prin
cipal and Interest when due. Notice
Is hereby likewise given that tho
property conveyed by said mortgngo
will bo sold at public miction nt tho
auction rooms of James F. Morgan,
Knahumanu Street, Honolulu, on
Monday, the 24th 'day of July, mil,
at 12 o'clock noon, terms cash In C.
S. gold coin; deeds at the expense
(Sgd.) JOHN HENRY MAGOON,
Assignee of Mortgage.
Dated at Honolulu, July C, 1911.
For further particulars apply to
Magoon & Weaver, attorneys for the
assignee of mortgage.
The property covered by said
mortgage is the business of W. W.
Wright Company, Limited, as a go
ing concern, comprising the black-
smlthlng nnd carriage-making de
partment, the woodworking depart
ment, the painting department, the
carriage trimming department nnd
tho horse-shoeing department, includ
Ing lease from A. Francis Cookr,
Trustee, for his two daughters, Mar
garet M. and Juliette A. Ccoke,
under the will of Juliette M. Cooke,
deceased, dated March 2, 1901, of
premises situated on the maknl sido
of King street In Honolulu, near
South strcot, for a term of fifteen
years from March 20, 1S91, at a ren
tal of four hundred fifty dollars per
quarter, payable In advance, together
with all tho right, title and interest
of the lessee in and to the building
and improvements on tho leased
land; also nil the goods, chattpls and
effects belonging to the said busi
ness, including inter alia: office table
and desk, office safe, chairs, stools,
letter press and stand, filing cabinet,
hand lamp, felloes, spokes, files,
shafts Whipple trees, double trees,
lumber, carriage hardware, work
benches, patterns, clamps, paints
and paint brushes, woodworking ma
chines nnd machines for making
wheels, woodworking tools, bar Iron.
2 blacksmith forges, machines for
working iron, shaping and setting
tires; 3 anvils, 2 sets of blacksmith's
tools, 4 vices, bolts, electric foro
blower, springs, rubber tire setting
machine, rubber tires, scale, hand
truck, clock, drill press, shoeing shop
complete with 2 anvils, 2 forges, vice,
shoeing stock and frame, shoeing
tools, stock of shoes, trimming shop
complete with 3 carriage trimming
sewing machines, trimming leather
hardware for tops, tools for sewing
leather, benches, shelving and wood
horses; also one bay mare and two
spring wagons and single harness.
3ts July 8, 15, 22.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN-
TION TO SELL.
Under tho power of salo contained
in mortgage from A. V. Gear to J.
Alfred Magoon dated December 2.
1905, recorded in the Registry Ofilco
Honolulu in Book 285, pages 13G-138,
which mortgage was foreclosed on
the 5th day of February, 1910, and all
the property therein described sold
except Lot 9, Block 57, as shown on
map of the Knlmuki Tract, recorded
in said Registry Office in Book 178,
pago 294; notice is hereby given that
tho mortgageo Intends to sell all his
right, title and interest under said
mortgage in Lot 9, Block 57, as shown
on said map, at public auction at tho
auction rooms of James F. Morgan,
Knahumanu Street In Honolulu, on
Monday tho 24th day of July, 1911, at
12 o'clock noon; 'deeds at the expense
of the purchaser.
Dated at Honolulu, T. H. July C,
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
3ts. July S, 15, 22.
STOCKHOLDERS.' MEETING OF W.
W. WRIGHT COMPANY, LIMITED.
There will bo a deferred annual
meeting of tho stockholders of tho W.
W. Wright Company, Limited, at its
offlco on King street near South
Street in Honolulu, on Monday, tho
10th day of July, 1911, at 4:30 o'clock
p. m., for the purpose of electing offi
cers nnd tho consideration of dispos
ing of the proporty of tho Company,
paying its debts and closing out Its
business, nnd such other business as
may come before tho meeting.
W. W. WRIGHT,
Dated Honolulu, July 5th. 1911.
IN OUR STOCK OF
you will find mnny examples of
Art metal work correct in
every detail and harmonious In
Wo hnvo n very largo stock
of BUILDERS' HARDWARE
nnd can supply tho correct
article for every class of build
177 S. King St.
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER.
SUGAR FACTORS and GENERAL IN
Ewa Plantation Co.
..Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Apokaa Sugar Mill Co.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis.
Babcock & Wilcox Boilers.
Green's Fuel Economizer.
Matson Navigation Co.
New England Mutual Life Insur
ance Company of Boston.
Aetna Insurance Co.
National Fire Insurance Co.
Citizen's Insurance Co. (Hartford
Fire Insurance Co.)
The London Assurance Corpora-
C. BREWER &G0.LTD
Sugar Factorsj and
OFFICERS AND DIKKCTORH.
a. T. Bishop , PreBldont
Geo. H. Robert80B.
Vies Prestaant Mamgtr
W. W. North Treasurer
Richard Ivera ; Secretary
T. IL Gait Audtton
Geo. R. Carter Director,
0. H. Cooke Dlrscton
B. A. Cooke .....Director
Honolulu jionumeniJIWorKs, Ltd,.
NEW MONUMENT WORKS.
KING STREET NEAR ALAKEA,
Phone 3085. P. O. Box 491
STEIN WAY & 80NS
AND OTHER, PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
15G Hotel Street. Phone 2313.
THE CAPITOL CAFE g
King St., opp. Young Hotel $
Everything New and Clean. f
$ POPULAR PRICE8.
0 Absolutely Puro Q
O ICE CREAM O
O Delivered to all parts of city. 0
PALM CAFE. O
allow your clothes to bo ruined tyy
Has Had 23 Years' Experience in
CLOTHES CLEANED, PRESSED,
Satisfaction guaranteed. Work call
ed for and delivered.
BERETANIA AND EMMA STREETS.
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