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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, JULY S, 1011.
Classified Advertisements
One Cent Per Word. Six Words Count One Line
Per Lino, One Week, 30 cents; Two Weeks, 40 cents; One
Month, 60 cents.
HEAVY
L
AT AUCTION.
DIAMONDS AND WATCHES.
At ttie residence of rapt. T. Thomp
son, 1116 Lunilllo street, near Pen
aaoola Street, Thursday, July 13th,
1011 at 10 o'clock a. m. Tho ontlro
liousehold furniture. Jas. W. Pratt,
Auctioneer.
I On credit $1.00 a week. No security.
Wear while paying. J. Carlo, Fort St.
VULCANIZING.
HABEAS
CORPUS
FOR SALE.
One safe and latest model cash reg
ister In the best condition. Will sell
choap. Partlcuars at Star office.
FOR SALE.
Dargalns In Heal Estate, on sea
shore, plains and hills. Telephone
1C02. "Pratt" 101 Stangenwald Building.
FOR SALE.
WOOD. Tolephono to 021, ask for
"Walalao Ranch.
BUY AND SELL.
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, sold
and oxchanged. Bargains In musical
Instruments. J. Carlo, Fort St.
FOR RENT.
Up-to-date cottage; every convent
cuce; No. 1225 Pilkoi street, corner of
Madloclt avenuo; possession given
after Juno 23d. For particulars see
"'Pratt," No. 125 Merchant street.
FOR RENT.
Tires of any size or niako. Latest
appliances. Work promptly deliv
ered. All work guaranteed. Honolulu
Vulcanizing Works, Kapioianl build
ing. Phone 1S23. ltesidcnco 335S.
JAPANESE MATTING IMPORTER.
U. Koncko, 108 Hotel street, corner
of Hlvcr. Importer and dealer In all
kinds of Japaneso matting.
" watches and jewelry.
Sueklshl TsuJI, a Japanese refused
admission to tho United States nt tho
immigrant station and who has sued
out a writ of Habeas corpus, had his
ball fixed nt $2000 by U. S. Judgo
('lemons this morning, j. Lightfoot
as his counsel asked that ht0 ball be
$500, the same, as the Department of
Commerco and Labor alolws on ap
peals from commissions of inquiry in
enses of rejection of inmlgrauts. Dis
trict Attorney Hrcckons opposed the
granting of any ball, but after argu
ment the heavy ball mentioned was al.
lowed.
""Wear while paying $1.00 a week no
security. J. Carlo, Fort St
HUPMOBILE AUTO.
Nuuanu street nr. Beretania. Strictly
hack rates 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Phono 315S. Call for our cards. M. E.
Silva, proprietor.
NEW AOVERTIOI-MENTR.
Furnished House, for the summer;
all conenlences; fine view over city;
very reasonable rent for a desirable
tenant. Telephone "Pratt" 101 Stan
genwald Building.
FOR RENT.
Five-room furnished cottage. Inquire
No. 8, Cottage Grove. $25.00.
AUTOS TO RENT.
Royal Hawaiian Garage, Phono 1010.
Tho finest rent cars in the City.
Day or night. Special rates. Prices
reasonable.
WANTED.
Unfurnished cottago of 1 or 2 bed
rooms by young couple, no children.
State location, price and full partic
ulars to "A," Star office.
WANTED.
Honest people to wear a gold watch
or diamond ring $1.00 a week. No
security. J. Carlo, Fort St.
WANTED.
THE WEATHER.
Local Oince, U. S. Weather Bureau,
Honolulu, T. 11. July S, 1911.
Vfimnerature. a. rtl.'. 8 a. in.: 10
a. m.; and morning minimum:
73; 75; 77; 7S; T2.
Barometer teutnn&. Absolute hu
midlty (grains per cubic foot); rela
ttvo humidity and dew poluc at 8 a. m.:
9.90; 0.175; GO; 03.
Wina vciucrc ana direction at C a,
in.; 8 a. in.; 10 a. m.; and noon;
SNE; 7N13; 12NE; 13NE.
llalnran aumis 21 Hours ending t
a in. .04 incnes raiuiau.
Total wins movement during 24
hour ended at noon 25G miles
. -SVI.1. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director,
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL
Par.inrsnh. That Give Condensed
News of the Day.
Industrious family wants land to
cultivate on a commission hasis. Ad
dress "Land," this office.
AUTO STAND.
I-ro-h'a auto stand. Two six seat
Cadillac cars. Phono 319G. Beretanla
near Nuuanu.
CREDIT DEPARTMENT.
Come and get Jewelry, Diamonds or
a Gold Watch $1.00 a week. Wear
while paying. No security. J. Carlo,
Fort St.
MEN'S CLOTHING.
Men's Clothing on credit $1.00 a
week. Suit given at once. Francis
Levy, Outfitting Co., Sachs Dldg., Fort
Street.
GOYS CLOTHING.
Watches promptly ana properly re-
nnirmi hv Redhouse. Masonic nulla
inc. Alakea and Hotel streets.
Swastika Royal' Sodas are good
biscuits. They are manufactured oy
die American Biscuit Company, who
are represented in Hawaii by Nelson
1!. LanslnK.
rinv Scouts: suits tree.' Boys call
nt tho store and ask the man, every-'
thing- free for Green Stamps, Fort and
Beretania streets.
Tho men from H. M. S. Challenger
...in ottn.i tho 11 a. m. service to
Will livii"
morrow at St. Andrew's Cathedral.
& flno line nf baseballs, bats and
at Wall. Nichols Com
lGIIIMa J w " ----- .
manv. Ltd.
David Stewart, brother of receiving
clerq Stewart of the police depart
ment, met with an accident this morn
ing in Nuuanu street, owing to the
horse he was riding falling down.
Stewart was riding down Nuuanu
street towards town at 11:30 o'clock
and when opposite the Mint saloon
tried to pass between two express
wagons, but tho horse shied and fell,
breaking David's right leg. Ho was
conveyed to tho hospital. -
CHURCH NOTICES.
nil
PUG
Lucy Chang and her husband, Chlng
Yang, were arrested this morning on
charge of kidnaping Martha Ivcal-
oha, an Hawaiian girl seventeen
years old. They are alleged to have
frightened the girl Into going to Ha
waii, there to marry another China
man. Alter living with her husband
for a week the girl escaped to Hono
lulu and put her case In the hands of
Lorrin Andrews.
T
HREE SENTENCE
S
E
Lee Yum Kwnl, serving n six
months' sentonco for Importing opium
nnd with n charge of perjury in that
caso hovering over him, appearel
with A. S. Humphreys ns his counsel
before Judge demons this mo'rnlng
nnd pleaded guilty to two other in
dictments for tho same offense.
After protracted discussion between
tho court nnd District Attorney
Hrcckons and Mr. Humnhroys. the
defendant o
case, wltn payment STS-Vvosts. each
sentence to begin at th6T,of th"
preceding one. l,co l tun Kwm .s
UUU UL LIIU III UlUltHS
smuggling scheme of
extent.
court sentenbeijvbo.
imprisonment for ntijrudays In each
tiijpsts.
n an olhSni
considerable
NEW
SUITS FILED
DIVORCE CASES.
Judge Robinson granted a divorce to
Lily Notley Heen against William H.
Hoen for non-support, giving her the
custody of two minor children.
Deborah Kane sues Joseph Kane for
divorce on tho ground of excessive
ill-treatment, tho details of which aTe
calling her vile names, threatening to
kill her and violently abusing her.
NOTICE
To Consumers of Electric Current
Current will ' bo shut off on all the service lines ot this Com
pany from 10 a. m, to 3'p, m. on. Sunday, July 9th.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. I
ALL
Sugar
to
Company has
foreclose ' mortgage $113
IVUllilU 1MUUIU U1IUI1 a
Kipahulu
brought suit
against Jona
piece of land containing fifty-three
acres at Kipahulu, Maui, to secure a
note for $250 to A. N. Campbell, trustee.
Laholt Robertson and Hugh Robert
son, a minor, bring suit against Lum
Shee, alias Chung Lum, Annie Sing
Yek and Samuel M. Damon and A. W.
T. Bottomley, partners in Bishop &
Co., to quiet title in a piece of land at
Beretania street and Achi lane, Hono
lulu, which is alleged to belong to
Hugh by inheritance from his paternal
grandfather, Lai Say, deceased, the
DISTRICT COURT REVERSED.
Judge Whitney has granted judg
ment as prayed for in tho suit of tne
M. V. Holmes estate against Manuel
1 in. do Mono, witn uny anu county
Auditor Blcknell as garnishee, for
balance on a merchandise bill.
Plaintiff appealed from a nonsuit
granted by former District .Magis
trate Lymer.
Dekofa is tho only safe drink for
persons who cannot use coffee except
to bo miserable afterward. Benson,
Smith & Co. sell the new coffee prod
net at fifty cents a pound tin.
S5 2l$S?''l!SS'?Jel-3
former husband of Lahela Robertson,
i who claims right of dower In the prop
erty.
Fine Job Printing at Star Office.
PERSONS IN THE NEWS
The best and most moderately
priced line or clothing for Boys in
Honolulu. Trunks, suit cases, Gents'
Furnishings, etc. Knm Chong Co.
Fort and Beretania.
TROUSSEAUX.
Special orders taken for Boudoir
Caps and wedding trousseaux In
French and Madeira embroidery. Per
fect satisfaction guaranteed in dress
making department. Miss Woodard
3141 Fort street.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
Ohio Clothes Cleaning Company,
Phone 149G, Harrison Block Beretania
Street.
" CONTRACTOR.
Latter Day Saints, Reorganized.
Church on King Street, near Thomas
Square.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Lesson
topic, "The Apostasy Foretold."
Classes in both Hawaiian and English.
Election of officers and reports.
11 a. in Morning worship. Preach'
Ing In both Hawaiian and English.
G p. m. Zlon's Rellgto-Llterary So
ciety. Election of officers and re
ports; also musical nnd literary pro
gram. 7:30 p. m. Evening worship.
If you have never been inside the
little King Street church" it will pay
you to come anu near our juussubu.
Strangers are welcome to all services.
George M. Yaraada, general con-
tractor. Office 208 McCandless Bids.
Phono 2157.
NOTICE.
Subscribers not receiving the Ha
waiian Star regularly or promptly will
confer a favor by telephoning 23G5.
HAT CLEANING.
Don't throw away that old hat. It
will pay you to havo it cleaned by
Tor. Roman tho hat cleaner. 122: Bere.
tania Street, next to flro-statlon.
PHYSICIANS.
Dr. 1. Mori, office 173 Beretania
street noar Union stroot. Telephone
187G, Honolulu.
Bowen,
for all
Central, Union Church
Services July 9 as follows:
Bible school, William A.
superintendent, with classes
ngos, at 9:50 a. m. Special class for
men and women, under the leadership
of President Gllmore.
Morning worship at' 11. Dr. Scud
uer will nreach. Miss Collais and
Mrs. Weight will sing.
Christian Endenvor Society at G:30
p. in-.
There will -bo no evening sorvlce,
nil worshipors being urged to nttend
tho great mass meeting in tho Opera
House at 8 o'clock.
Everybody is welcome at all the ser
vices.
Fine Job Printing, Star Office
R. A. DRUMMOND has been appoint
ed' supervisor of the Hana district
of Maui in place of W. P. Hala, re
signed. m
MARSTON CAMPBELL left last eveu
ing for Kauai on matters connected
with the belt road commission of
that island.
H. O. TIEDEMANN camo back to
Honolulu Friday morning by the
Sierra from a journey to tho main
F. A. MANSFIELD of Sydney, N. S.
W., arrived yesterday morning from
San Francisco. Mr. Mansfield is on
his way home to Australia, and will
leave by the Makura on July 21.
MRS. S. T. ALEXANDER arrived yos-
terday from Honolulu, where she
has been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Waterhouse, who spent several
weeks here last winter. San Fran
cisco Post.
CHIEF STEWARD J. CARLETON of
tho Sierra celebrated his forty-ninth
birthday yesterday and was the re
cipient of many good wishes. All
. told htm that he certainly did not
look forty-nine.
MR. and MRS. M. BRASCH returned
to the Victoria from a fortnight's
stay at Castle Crag Farm during tho
week. They will be in San Fran
Cisco for some time. Mr. Brasch is
a prominent business man of, tho
Islands. Town Talk.
MR. and MRS. M. BRASCH arrived
from Honolulu on the Wilhelmlha
on Tuesday and are registered at tho
Victoria during their stay in tho
city. Mr. Brasch Is prominent in
the business life of the Island city.
Town Talk.
S. T. CARR of tho San Francisco of
flco ' of the Westlnghouse Electric
and Manufacturing Company, was
an arriving passenger by the Sierra
Friday morning. Mr. Carr has ac
cepted a position as sales engineer
for Westinghouso apparatus with tho
Hawaiian Electric Company.
MISS SYLVIA BLACKSTON, Austral
ia's distinguished contralto, who ar
rived hero from Sydney on the last
steamer from tho Colonies, plans to
leavo for the United States on July
19. Miss Blackston plans to return
in tho fall, and while away will ar
range her tour to include Honolulu.
She will nppoar under tho direction
of W. D. Adams.
H. CUSHMAN CARTER, a popular
member of tho local "Wall Street"
guild, returned in the Sierra from a
tour of two months extended to
Eastern cities. Although somewhat
pulled down in flesh by tho excessive
heat encountered on the mainland
Mr. Carter comes homo in fine
health and spirits. Contrary to the
experience of others lately returned
ho did not meet a solitary Honolu
lan upon his transcontinental trav
els.
WILLIAM MAHL of New York, con
troller of the Southern Pacific Com
pany for many years and considered
one of the best railroad statisticians
in the country, has departed for
home by way of Portland and Seat
tle, after a short summer vacation
trip to this cfty and Honolulu. Mahl
has been greatly impressed with the
present appearance and condition of
San Francisco and Is firmly of the
belief she will give to tho world in.
1915 the greatest of all international
expositions. Examiner.
JOHN S. HARVEY, an attache of the
office. of Secretary of the Treasury
MacVeagh, is at the Palace. Hafvey
makes the Interesting statement
that the Territory of Hawaii ranks
thirteenth in the collection of cus
toms. It Is exceeded only by Califor
nia, New York, Massachusetts, Penn
sylvanla, Maryland, Florida, Louis
iana, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, Mis
soun and Washington. Last year
Hawaii paid into the national treas
ury in duties and taxes $1,772,809
Since tho Islands havo been annexed
to this country they havo paid in
customs duties alone nearly $15
000,000. This is practically as much
as the state of Washington has paid
into the national treasury. Examiner.
PRINCESS DAVID KAWANANAKOA
has written that she Is recuperating
nicely from tho operation she Recent
ly underwent, and according to pres
ent plans, sho and hqr sister, Miss
Beatrice Campbell, will be In San
Francisco either tho end of July or
tho first week in August. One of
tho reasons that impelled Princess
David to accept the royal invitation
to be present at the coronation was
that sho would also avail herself -of
tho opportunity of tho trip to em
ploy tho services of tho noted spe
cialists to perform tho delicato oper
ation on her knee. It was originally
her plan to go to Heidelberg, tho
seat of tho most famous surgical In
stitution in the world, but Instead
sho had tho surgeons come to Lon
don. Examiner,
Holiday Sale
Beginning June 3rd
ATS AT LOWEST PRICES
K. UYEDA HAT STORE
1028 Nuuanu Street
Start That Cement Walk Now
The sand and crushed Rock sold by us will enable you to con
struct a walk at the lowest possible cost and it will wear well, and
neither crack nor crumble. Get figures.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.
Robinson Block, Queen StreoL
F YOU have been buying your
meats where the satisfaction has
been of a negative, YOU had bet
ter change and buy at this market
where the closest attention is paid
to details.
Me
troMitan
leaf
Market
. F. HEILBRON and A. LOUIS. Prop.r's.
Telephone 3445.
NO BRANCHES.
TELEPHONE 1491
FRENCH LAUNDRY
ABADIE, Proprietor.
777 KING STREET
Young HotelLaundry
Work called for and delivered.
Union and Hotel Sts. Phone 1862.
pj Arm r r
ARE ALWAYS
Pure, Sweet and Clean
BECAUSE
Every Nook and Corner Can be
Reached.
. W. Dimond & Company, Ltd.
53-57 KING STREET.
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