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HONOLULU STAR BTJLLE' PN, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 7, 1012.
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The trim and siaarich bark N'uuanu,
flow lying at Richard street wharf
-after a passage covering 348 days
from New York, is believed to hate
comDleted the last nasaae. between
the East Coast of the United States jashU Uro. Francis. Hui Sing. M. Keit,
and the. Hawaiian Islands, according 'Mrs. R. S. Kingsbury, Mre. L. Morris,
to statement made'in this city today. Miss P. Eliicott, M. - Wheeler, Father
2ffOtIatlohs 'are now under way be- Thomas. Mrs. P. P. Branco, Mrs. Min
ween the owners of the vessel and ville. Miss Couch, M. Carberry. M.
a -Paclfie. Coast' shipping firm for the S. de Ponte, Miss F. Wood, Mrs. A.
sale of the bark. ' Krown, Mrs. J. S. 'Walker, F.
It te stated on good authority thai' Peterson. Jere Smlth Howard John
the deal has so far progressed that son," Miss R. Keala, Mrs. J. Carlo, T.
the bark 'is, as good as eliminated Sydes, II. Matsu. A. Dolen, Ah Sing,
irora theiso-called fleet of sugar and Miss J. Azeroda, Miss M. Nunes, Miss
cargo carrying : windjammers which K. Cornwell, Mrs. A. A. Alexander,
have heretofore plied between New W. P. Alexander, De Witte Alexan
ork and Honolulu. ider Herman Alexander, H. C. Brown,
" As-it IsWw stated., the Nuuanu is Mi8s c- Mahoe, Miss Dobson, Chas.
to enter the Pacific Coast and Island Murray, Mrs. J. Hase, F. G. Howes;
trade, carrying cargoes of general 70 deck !
Merchandise from San Francisco des- Per stj;- J- Hall, from Kauai
lined to 4he island ports of Hana, tG- ?lco Mr -".S?
..TT-nf.il . tk voconi Miss M. Wilhelm. Miss B. helper,
-Vouldbe suppUewith sugar on her
retnrn-voyages to the coast, '
''The contention is raised in that the
Kn'iiftnir .ban-Inst hrr charter to trans-
ucrt surar to Delaware Breakwater.'
th vs&el wilL hfobablv be . sold, toi
enter trade in the western ocean.
4Cfe'M0r Passengers FlnX Room in
V. . WakiinL x , ;i V . J" n.
."- Thw )innm frr all annlieants for
firinKo fTnfinortfltfon from Hono-!
lulu to' Vancouver iind Victoria In the
Canadian-Australian liner Makura, ac-
cording ta advices from T. II. Davies
Co4 the 'local representatives fbr
that vessel. The ? steamer sailed .from
.Sydney by .the way qfySuva on time
and -is dde torrive fewnext Tues -
' : daifcl morning :A table' received this
- momine IstateLthat there is .plenty of
first-class passenger accommodation.
The, demand forVsecond'class passage
will necessarily crowd that section of,
the steamer to-some extent
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Band ' Piayrfl ilurUnK Awayi 1 !
; Hie Territoriai'band Watf present at
: the, departure of the Matson KavIga-jyPerAm.,bk. Andrew Welch for Saa
" tfon steamer Xurline for San Francis- Francisco: 1 El :,L Bennett,iiChas.
co at.6 o'clock last' evening, and a seHenry, R. G. Ross, MrsL. Mj Lyman
vnes or meioaies was(,enjoyea . oy a.
The Lurline sailed with f ull cargo, J
. - - m . no A An . A. . tMo " I
maae up 01 suvr, v,vvu i;uc jjnr
apples, quantity of coffee,' honey and Jj ; Mails , are? . due from the 'following
bunches of bananas. . Fifty-two cabin points as follows : v . ' '
and 17 steerage passengers x left for, Fan Praneisqo--rShlnyp1laru,,. Aug. 9.
ri, San ' Francisco in this vessel, s .The ; Victoria Marama, '-August 14. . r.s . .
: . Lurline was gtven aJ 'considerable Colonies Sonoma Aug.: 9t - :
' : '. qtianlfty of mall destined for the main
irntl Ttnrlr 'nnd Onl.of rommtsKlon.
fThe Inter-Islarid steamer Ay. Gt Hall'
went uui vi uumwissiuu uu oiiihh
from "Kauai ports this, morning.. The
vessel is affected, byN the strike topng
: captains " and mates"' - The y essel re
, turned with S0Oa : sacks sugar and - 63
packages sundries. 1 The steamermet
with light winds and 'smooth seas oa
'the homeward -voyage. Thei steamer
; Niihau is reported as dischar.glng coal
at Waimeja.-" . 1
.VIrainlanfArrJye With' Big (Saro.
A 1a a rw Imam 'Ta ?Vrlr ond
also th.ewe8t coast ofi:.lhf United
States ha$ amvea toaay in me Amer-
ican-Hawallai; freighter :Virginian.
ThA tprkpI brinrs freieht transhlDDed
'.at the Isthmus of Tehuahtepec at
- v--: 4 r san 'Frailtco' and Seattle for, addl-
t-y.:;:UonaireIghe;The vesseliwas sight:
t off Koko Head'at one-thlrtv today-
. v.r..-; Baric-Wtichj.peparts-for 3ah. Fran-h
": ,i .''ctsco.v- '-f j ; J; ''
V4 . . tr"TakIngeleve
and five iasfeerigers,".,: "the American
V ?i , vp bark Andrew Welch sailed shortly be-
j ,fore ten q"cIockv this morning, for San
i ; - Francisco: -The bark ; was towed from
;r v- -.vHacWehrwrharrtd'setf by'theMatsoQ'
- - 4 Navigation tug Intrepid. s
Wilhelmlna UIH Carry, JUI Mall.
Unless there Is a decide change in
the complexion , of the i present 'strike
In" the Inter-Island thV Mhtson Nhvi-
gatio liner Wilhelmina, )o sail for
HIIoJU ..o clock Thursday evening. to raise their membership to the
will oe given a large accumulation of million mark.
mail destinedHor the big island. The, The present enrollment in the na
Wilbeliniua"' Is to be discharged , of tlonal ovganization numbers 563,469
some' 1800 "tons freight brought down of Whfch 0,316 are college men and
from, the -mainland. She Is scheduled t s3t000 belong to railroad Y; M. C. A.s.
to retnrn!-to this port Sunday morn- In itR annual report the official or-lnK-
gan of the Y. M. C. A. comments up-
on the number of men and boys en-
New Weir Liner on the Coast. r?1,e? n Bible clf sestiaildQ me?00
A new Weir liuef ; under charter to 01 what eat va!ue he association
the East Asialie Company of Copen- employment agencies have been.
hagentbe British . steamer Gifford. ' 7Q Ptf'
Captain Mclllwaine, has arrived at erty is i3.16if0 00; $..0 00 000 more is
Vancouver. She left Antwerp on Pjf ddma?ienS a ot f $80,000,000.
March 31 and called at Coronel, Valpa- Of tMs fund $30,000,000 has been add-
raiso, Autofogasta, San Francisco and Wlthln the I)ast eibt years, while
the Sound, and inaugurates a new ser- last year the current expenses
vice from the Continent to the Sound, amounted to $10,000,000.
jij. The value of the Honolulu property
Kauai Sugar Report. ! is $240,000.
shipment on Kauai according to a re
port received here this morning with
the arrival of the Inter-Island steamer
W. G. Hall: Mak., 22.1S9: 11. & It.
2S00; McB.. 11.7CS; K. P. i518; L. P.
10.229; G. F., 124C.
OfTic ng Street spp Union Grill
U MAY BE WITHDRAVN
PASSENGERS ARRIYED I
Per str. Claudine, from Hawaii and
Maui ports: Mrs. Keelem, S. Hay
Jflss Lthel Kdwardi. Miss Tasaki M.
;w w Tw rTZ
Mr- Mo"er-T J- lwarta. W. Cooper,
Rev. J. M. Lydgate, S. L. WaJg, MJ
Tanz. Mrs- A- Thomas; 21 deck
' , l;t '
Pe M." N. s: SJ Lurline, for San
Francisco. August jfc! Miss L. ,1
Lothrop, ti Miss JoiioB, F. E. Clark',
Mrs. OSj.CarlsmlthJ Mrs. A. S. Hill,
C. Hansen, L. Herbert,, W. P. Koch
E. T. Glllan, Miss Stow, Miss A. E.
Mayiiard, 'Airs. C. G. tambaugh. Q.
Wi Jones, B. Gill, W. F. Cody, Miss E,
J. O'Connell, Miss A. M. Goetz, J. R.
Douglas, R. Irwin, Miss Fellows, Mrs.
J.' 1 Horner, Miss Hansen, , L. E.
; Beebee, RlchardJConnell, J. McCarthy.
iAJU Day, F. E. Sawyer, A. H. Otis,
' Miss Deborah. Dyer, Miss J. K. Pfeif-
fenberger, JMIss P. Wade, t Miss V,
Wade. Miss L. A. Reiff, Miss L. a.
Reiff,: Miss C. P. Moranho,rMlss I. T.
Myers Miss Delyell, Mrs. E, O. Smith,
1 MissSmith.'P. Treskow, Mr P, Tres-
ikoWi Mis ftreskowj .Mis., G. Dick-
ens, Mrs. Do
TJoughertyt ; i,ir&
i oKohama ManchuriaT Aug. . 8.
' Mails5 will depart 1 for the .follow
ing points as rojitfW8: ,av
Yokohama Shlnyo MarujAu, 9.
tVancouverMakura;AUgni3;m . .
Colonies Marama,vAug,q4. ,u
San FraTidscQr-Manchuria, , K Aug 9. ,
t " TRANSPORT 8EBTICE V
Logan, sailed' from Honolulu for Ma
;nila, Arrived -Aug. "2.
Sherman, from1 San Francisco for Ho
tnolulu, Aug. 6. "
Sheridan from Honolulu for San Fran
. cisco, Arrived April 7.
Crook, at San Francisco.
Rnford. stationed on Pacific .CoasL
I -- . i m j. .
vvaiTei,' siauonea ai me I'mnppmes.
j Thomas, - sailed from Honolulu" for
., gan Francisco, Aug. 5.- .
! s'uppiy, aiied from Honolulu for Seat
I i t.,!c
Sa-;plx from Seattle- for Honolulurdue
us' p J Ul.
.,n.Dno pnMTd APT CHD
AWAKUo trUIM I MAUI rUK
I John'M. Bowler this afternoon waa
for laying the
cement sidewalk in front of the Ala
kea slip and the Richards street
wharf, His bid;. the lowest received
by the harbor commission, was $630.
- Tbe.:otner' bids' were: Freitas & Fer-
handez; $788;, M. Picanco,
Gomes & Co; $790.
LOCAL Y. M. C. A. CAMPAIGN
(Continued from Page T)
the associations on the mainland hope
HALDWIN At Hillside avenue, Ma
noa Valley, Honolulu, August 6.
1912, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles W.
Raldwin, a son.
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special CabUi to Xerefcsnis'-i
- Exrhanre.) , ? ?
Wednesday, August 7, 1912.
EUREKA Arrived, August Schr.
A. F. Coats, from Kahului, July o.
HILO Sailed, August 3, S. S. Santa
Rita for San Francisco.
SUVA Sailed. August C. S. S. Mak'u
. ra. for Honolulu. ,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed. August 7,
1 p. m., S. S. Honolulan for Hono
lulu. SEATTLE Arrived, August 7, S. S.
Missourian from San Francisco. .
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Auguk
7, Bark R. P. Rithet, hence July 3.
S. S. MANCHURIA arrives from Yo
kohama and docks at Alakea wharf
tomorrow (Thursday) morning at
7 o'clock and sails for San Fran
cisco Friday 10 a. m.
1L I UU1
' k h
j iOne hundred or more cabin, pdsseh
gers are listed for departures for the
Coast InMthe Matson i Navigation
steamer;Wllhelmina ohtnext yednes
TLzf. rnjorning. ...:.:. t:
k ivThe little yacht Seafarer which
participated in the trans-Pacific race
is .reported to., have reached, San
Francisco' yesterday. The Vessel left
herfe;onvJaly 15th -
,vThe ,Matson Nayigatioa liner Wil
helmlna scheduled to sail; for San
Francisco ' next Wednesday morning
will'carrya full shipment of sugar
and preserved pineapples.,
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(Continued from Page if '
masters and mates, was not willing to
wait .for Mr. Kennedy's return, , and
under the "depision of i the ; harbof jill
of the masters and mates of the steam
era ia port tendered - tlelr rlgnaf
tons, , aod there, being no other men
available who are qualified- take
their places, the steamers are tempo
rarily; tied np." ' W v. : j V t
The .striking vessel ,,masters arid
mates participated in a series of con
ferences at v Od,d Fellows . Hall this
morning. At the close of ft gathering
held , at the; time of the sqhedule... set
for . the . departure kit , the . Unet '. Mauna
.Kea, the skippers declared) themselves
as determined ta stand, oy .'their gun?
in the matter of carrying forward the
strike to th;bitter epd. v
' s "It is a. matter of principle Vwfth'us,
not so much jthe sum of ;mohey, in
i olved in the controversy 1 that we
have had with the management of the
Inter-Island," insisted one ' local ' nav
igator who had been: present . .k
. It is generally admitted that the
claims for back . pay . come from but
three or four men in the Inter-Island
service. The rank and file of captains
and mates are said to have no real
or fancied grievance with the com
pany,, as it is stated that the matter
of overtime payments to skippers and
oftlcers for a number of months past
I as been adjusted.
Additions to the Strikers.
Several skippers and their mates
joined the strikers at an early hour
this morning with the arrival of the
steamer Claudine from Hawaii by the
way of Maui ports, and the Kauai
packet W. G. Hall with general cargo
and passengers from the Garden. Isle.
Captain M. Onass was informed of
the strike and together with his un
jderr officers left the' Hall soon after
the vessel came alongside the new
These men joined . forces with the
strikers, and were participants at the
several gatherings being conducted at
Odd Fellows hall under the auspices
of Harbor No. 54, to which all strik
Company May Seek Assistance.
It is understood that the directorate
Of the Inter-Island has already taken
steps to secure such available men to
man their vessels as might be found
at the port. While the Inter-Island of
ficials remain non-committal regard
ing the matter of securing-substitute
captains or mates, it is stated today
that several officers belonging to
deep-sea craft now at the port have
been approached with a view to secur
ing their services as masters or mates
on the idle coasting steamers.
One phase of the question, however,
is the fact that most of the mariners
here or belonging to visiting ships
also are members of one or the other
Pacific Coast "harbors" and therefore
linked with their striking brethren
through bonds of a secret and pro
tective organization which has a
branch at practically every port of
importance on both coasts of the Unit
The claim is made more or less
freely that the Inter-Island would be
unable to secure assistance from the
Coast within two or three weeks, ow
ing to the scarcity of men suitable for
Places Difficult to Fill.
ffhe strikers, while maintaining a
firm stand in the matter also, feel con
fident that to fill their plaees in the
Inter-Island steamers will be a decid
edly difficult matter.
It is pointed out that, in the first
place, men will be required to possess
first-class masters' and mates' li
censes. To place steamers represent
ing several hundreds of thousands of
dollars ' in the hands of men who are
totally unfamiliar with the coasts of
the several islands, it is predicted,
would be a suicidal policy; and"' one
that more than one director in the
steamship company would consider
very carefully before authorizing the
, JMany of the masters of the affected
Vessels are of long service in Hawaiian
waters. They are familiar with all
twists and turns in gaining and leav-
Ing the reef-barred harbors at thesug- luted by the Superintendent of Pub
ar ports. Day or night, these men' lie Works by consent of the Governor
are as much at home in the several of the Territory, but inasmuch as a
ports and inlets as they would be in
their own habitation.
inter-Island Loss Is Heavy.
The Inter-Island company stands to
lose a snug sum daily with the con- along the lines authorized by Section
Unuation of the strike. It can safely $70 of the Revised Laws of Hawaii,
be put down that the loss to the com- j j0 not believe the City and County
pany for each vessel that is idle will of Honolulu can rely upon that rem
easily total three hundred dollars for -
each day. i Another remedy open is for the
In-the case of the Mauna Kea, Kl- c1ty and County to do the work at it3
lauea, Kinau or C laudine, the sum of own expense if lt has any funds avail
three hundred dollars would hardly cK. - r .t. n,xrnnaa nn1 iw, thA
pover the cost of a twenty-f our hour
charter, especially during a busy sug
ar season, a condition that now ex
The engine and fireroom staffs must
k ratalnai) on Inotnut nnll tn rtntv
To this must be added the cost of
keeping the stewards and deck staffs
on call and the pay roll. ;
The amount involved in the loss on
freights, passenger fares and mail sub-
sidles mounts up to a figure that is.
believed vast in its proportions.
Malls Are Held Un !
c.enTee V Carr. assistant sunerin -
tendent of railway mails, has cabled
to Washington informing the postal
authorities of the situation here and
asking for further instruction's. After
the Wilhelmina sails for Hilo tomor-
row eyening there will be no mail-
boat for tae other islands on account
of the Inter-Island tie-up.
(Continued from Page T)
p n ; f -
the Board of Supervisors of the City
ana uouniy me ui&rae lur uit? uusai- r.reme CoUrt, and consent to-the lay
isfactory condition existing tnithe vi- lng of stone blocks on King street,
cinity of the Fish Market oh King between Nuuanu Stream and Nuuanu
Street, between River Street a$d Nuu- street, as set out in the proposition
enu Street. j of the company contained in its com-
The opinion of the Supreme Court raunjcation to the Board of July 26th,
referred to above is not a judgment. 1912.
After the rendition of that Opinion, Very truly yours
the Honolulu Rapid Transit Land (Signed), FRED W. MILVERTON,
Company attempted to have a Judg-t First Deputy City and bounty -ment'
entered in the submission so Attorney
that it mightf take an appeal; to the I . m ' r
Supreme Court of trie United! States.4 . A ti' timii
Had this judgment been entered and MRS. L0UISS0N WILL; ,
anappeal taken lt would hav result j HOMP Tfl MAWAII. flOfJ
ed,,in my opinion, in aelayf of sev-, ' " '
Tal years before an ' adjudication ', , ' ' !. . ,
could be had'by the highestourt1 in1 M ' foradmber of years: of
anA nnfl ,rt,fo onii itaWif n'sh coffee fpriceVM said Ai Li. Lous
tb land upon the rights and liabill- .wL"-ww.ftf HAwll vesteri
ties of the parties. Whenthe at- .n' 1 1, ?5 ee, k 4? 1 awan, yeaw
tempt was made by . :the , Company, nZMff
11 a.'' rrtt. and will for year'S'to come."! . ,
the Supreme Court of the Territory
t i We think the submission was
1 entered into by the parties .with
iiput any thought as to the entry
i .-pf.a judgment: in , the case. It,
seems - as though counsel -had in
; mind.. only the obtaining of the
t .,viows of , the court dn the ques-f
-itions stated in the submission."
Prompt Action Necessary.
fThe community is confronted at
thjLS time. not with a theory, but with!
1 - .. .
an actual state or anairs ; tnat cans t Kwai Sin her infantr daughter whqin
for prompt', action, .if possible. ; There fche is . accusei of ;having 1 murdered,'
arjft.to or three remedies open to the. was present .tvhe fdhefal of : the
Government, buL-only one of these' in dead child. With her wasj a"pollce
my opinion would .be speedy and ef- officer and Chun Kim Sut, the father
fective. Section 870 of the Revised of ,the baby.' Chun Kim Sut is charg
Laws of Hawaii provides as follows: with murder in the. second degree
. "Whenever the said associa- and is out on bonds of $15,000. but
tion and others or any corpora
tion which .may have been duly
organized under the laws of this
Territory for the purpose of coa
tructing, operating and maintain
ing the lines of railway men
tioned in this chapter, and as by
this chapter provided (which
would refer to the Honolulu
Rapid Transit and Land Com
pany), refuses to do or fails to
do or perform or carry out or
comply with any act, matter or
thing requisite or required to be
done under the provisions of this
chapter and shall continue so to
refuse or fail to do or perform qr
carry out or comply therewith,
after due notice by the superin
tendent of public works to com
ply therewith, the superintendent
of public works shall with the
consent of the governor cause
proceedings to be instituted be
fore the proper tribunal to have
the franchise granted by this
chapter and all rights and privi
leges granted hereunder, forfeit
ed and declared null and void."
STRIKE TIES UP L-li S. N. STEAMERS,
GRAND OPERA FOR HONOLULU,
ARMY GETS PAY FdR JULY,
SAYS SPRECKELS SUIT IS JOKE,
CAMPBELL ON POLITICS AND SUGAR,
DEMOCRATS BUMP SOAP-BOX BARRON,
SUPERVISORS PLAN FOR CiTY PAPER,
SMALL MANUFACTURERS WANT PLANTATIONS
Are titles of news items that appeared
in this paper YESTERDAY- twenty
tour hours ago-iand Were given to the
public while they were news.9
Can't Rely cn Territory.
I believe lbe institution of the pro
ceedings' referred to ia the ( .section
Just quoted woufd result in a sjeedy
adjustment of the matter. Those pro-
ceedlngsi hqfwever, can only be insti
considerable time has elapsed since!
the Supreme Court of the Territory j
has expressed its views on the mat-j
ter and no action has been taken!
Hmount ex "ded from the onoluru
Rapid Transit & Land Company.
This, however, would involve the in-!
stitution of another lawsuit which!
cculd be carried by tha Honolulu
Rapid Transit & Land Company to
lhe Supreme Court of the United
States and would involve probably a
delay of several years before the City
and County would be reimbused for
As to Mandamus.
Another remedy, although some
' doubt has been expressed as to
whether it is available, would be by
means of the extra-ordinary writ
known as mandamus, which would
result in a judgment, according to
the opinion of our Supreme Court,
compelling the Company to do the
work. From this judgment, however.
' appeal to the Supreme Court of the
tied up, in my opinion for several
It , would seem then that the ; only
alternative, if immediate results are
required, is to give way to the . Ho
nolulu Rapid Transit1(& Land .Com
uany. notwithstanding the Dlain Dn
i visions of its charter , .and the con-
struction placed upon It by our Su
"Mr.'Xouisson came back from tfce
coast after a visit of feome weeks.' Mrs,
LoUisson will follow him in about two
months'' They wer ' married a short
time ag6, at Los' Angeles, v.AIrs;. Lo4s
son was Mrs ' Maude ". liabeth k Pieri
s6hofTL6s"AngeI,e8. . r;. y ; ... y
ACCUSED ! OF M UftdSiHii
BABE, GOES TO FUNERAU
. 1 .: 'JJ Ml If j
Chun WCng: Qheerthe motjier of
:the mother is held .without bail on
a first degree murder charge.
In response to the pleadings of
Chun Wong Chee's eleven-year-old
daughter, Sheriff Jarrett permitted
the mother to attend the funeral un
der guard and so both mother and
.father were permitted to witness the
funeral of the child whom they are
! accused of murdering,
j Preliminary , examination on the
1 murder charge wiff be held in the
police court tomorrow,, morning.
The Spokane school board has pro-
i hibited Spokane high school teams
from playing any other schools, be
; cause the contests "breed hoodlum
W. C. PEACOCK &,(CO. LTDl
WINE AND LIQUdR MERCHANT8
Merchant, Near Fort
Yc are talking about Aycr$
Hair Vfeor. Just note thatWord
"Aycr's." You are perfectly
safe with it: No harm to you or
tb: ypur hair. Makes the tnir
grow? It certainly does, Stops
Mbg hair, too. Remember; it's
"AVer's" wc are.talkinj albout:
Asky bur doctor abdiit your hair1
and tbout Ayers Hair Vigori
Get, his approval. YouFom-tI
doctor arid " Acer's " make J a
strong combination. It means
faith,' confidence; satisfaction.'
's Kaif Vigor
DOES NOT COLOR TH HA R
Corv Kins' and SouUv Bta, - -,wt
, , Vit W. WRIGHT 6 CO LTD.
Auto: Motor and CarrlaMeRtpalrln$
Horseshoeinffl f . i.-"
Saddle and Driving
W:.- YFOR HIRE-
RIGS OFALL KIND9 s :
Call 52; KukuT SL; or Tel 1.109 Y
,:.7.r .'-v H--
1 , A1 Si -?J -t ?a r5ii
nas ine t- Desi t..riome-iviaae icreaa
German Pretsels and Coffee Cake. Be
mre and una ud 2 1 24. J: -
i Uy 1-ORT SIREET.L 1
;:Th One Bett Bread
1. .. ' w."
WrEN YOU WAVitI FENCE
Chemical Engines and'
For Sale by
j. a. g 1 Cm An
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O. Box 840 Phone 3092
Everything in Furniture
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
CORNER ALAKEA AND KING STS.
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE BEST MILK FOR
1 ALL PURPOSES
Your Grocer Sells It
Phofo-Eiitrravint? of highest grade
run bo secured from tbe Stir-Bullethi
jK'OpIe bur the JStar-HulIetln. , ,
a - . ... . 1 .
Sfiff RIAtlCICSOi i
J Ceary Street above" tjniba Square
American Plan $3.00 a PtF
Nev steel and brick strulare.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very tnodertte
rates. . In the center of theatre ani
retail district. On cat lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. : Electric
omnibus; meets; all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headanarters.
Cable Address Triweri'ABC code.
Hotel : Pott
, San ta: Barbara
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