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HONOLULU STAIMUILLKT IX, SATURDAY, AUO. 17, 1912.
In which Is combined tb HAWAIIAN' STAR, estab
lished 1893. and the EVE ' LNG BULLETIN establish
ed UK. .
MEMBER ASSOCUTEX 4'RESS
WALLACK K. FAKIMNCTON
main fcTOassf r. i.V. . : i.i i (Koto alX&ea street
' ' ' - Telphorfes Ztrt, 2256
Per Month, anywhere In United States
Per Quarter, anywhere in United States
i ,Per Year, anywhere in United States
'Per year, postpaid, foreign
'-m EM I -WEEKLY STAUiULLJ5Tt
Per Sis -.Months
ler Vcfr, anywhere in Unllexl states -.
Per Year, anywhere in Canada
Per Year, postpaid, foreign r.
to any cople. Ami the religious man or thej
religious pa jut which holds its eaee in 1 b
rrisis to which Mluical iniquity has brought u
will lie recreant to the highlit duly of the timers
ECONORHT-FOR FOliTICS ONLY
PERSONALITIES 1 1 LITTLE INTERVIEWS
W. O. SMITH returned in the Ma
nna Kea this mornig from a business
trip to Hawaii. and Maui ports.
SAMUEL JOHNSON, the Puna lum-
M R. AND MRS. FRANK ( ATHKK
TON are passengers on the Mauna
Kea today for Hawaii, where they will
spend several weeks, visiting the Yol-
terman, is a visitor to Honolulu, hav- j cano on the trip.
lng arrived in the Mauna Kea this' R. i WALL Wr are still receiving
morning. . - ' J inquiries regularly regarding onion-
J. A. u KICK of O'far Rapids, Iowa.: raisins in Hawaii. Some of these let-
Four iiiciiiImm-s of the loard of supervisors last
iligilt (fomiJ,Uir0Ugh seeond reading Jhe ordi-.will arrive here Monday to assume ters come from remote parts of C
name creatiui: a new citv job and adding a uewj tJet,',te84of office secretary ct and the writers ail expect to
alury to the city payroll. The four were Mur- irof. b. h. farihngton of Mad- ukokgk wel'ij i can t under-
IWi Oil FOR
P. O. LOCK BOXES
're irattcr np-wtTn-thff.'pOBtniJSTcrr"'"
a ho is also custodian of the bulldlnjc
at Honolulu, to secure the necessary
itata on .which plan and specification
n ay be prepared for this department
.vc. that .the boxes may be ordered and
bids secured for their InsUllatton. "
This communication Is the r latest -of
a correspondence which extends v
l ack over a Ions period of time re ,
warding increasing the number of
ock boxes for which Postmaster Pratt
eclares there Is a large demand., i
(?i aocounl of Conrrrss faJlurr t
:rako t lie necessary appropriation,;
SOME WORK TO DO-
Hj E. S. (.'OODIU'E
Sierra, to sailfor the Coast oa An- aLer he has caused a collision by
gust 24. tearing along the wrong side ofthe
C. K. NOTLEV was among. the pol- road at a speed of thirty-fie miles an
TUCKER L P. Conk
lace and Joseph Andrade
' irH' rC'', al "'" "",1,llu I'm'"'- Tho very wy you t.
Thre' members of the lM;;irl refuseil tp ajiu
for the (cJjTJilrtce, voting against it Tlip lhli'c
wi i-o Afiitdd. Ihvinht and Low.
,. ' -'-' i' i . r U- the steamer Mauna Kea, which ar- JOSHUA
1 h. orlinanc' was paejlt but it la tpaSHCd, rived from IlihV'aruT way ports this Charles Hus
with the sutervinors striimed of their onlv ex- niorning. - who comprised the board of.appraiS-
1 . . . . . I WILLIAM GITT, formetly a Manila, ers that set values on th Punchbowl
u.- ioi u i-AiMrmr. i in- uuijiuiiv ,uu eoiirii'. i., nusiness man. wno nas spent tract, are entitled to great
tended that the board must make a report tothe!f?me weeks In Hawaii, la leaving for from the people ac
1 the mainland in the Oreanir steam- fi-.m ih rsnnr
legislature, anl this ordinance creates a special, ship sierra.
had a verv
geacral public. They
difficult 1-b. but ther
; '. What mail the. I'n'nm tra the vmniny for-
icartl of the ywtny men of the nation'' The;!
caino from their homex and their fields' ax "then
did in, the time of fhe JU vonlUnn Qhintj ecvi ij-
thing to theLnhyiiul ll, S. lt.vanl.
THE POINT IN, THIS CAMPAIGN
.HonoluluM moKt pi-essin jMlitieal dutv just
) now 18 to ekrt city and comity officials who can
i bejvlitNl upon for .eficiccy and square dealing
V; As this paptT has .repcaldly urj;ed, the selec-
( tion and election of the county ticket is of mor
uui importance uian any other fpicstioifJit
confronts the electorate. M The govern m en t of
ncnolulu for the next two ywirs is in monneed
j)t , personal at t en t ion v from the pwple t han "any
i terntorial or legislative fight. v " v
i KvcJ; (iuupaigii is apt to Ik? exaggeratetLino
a "crisis," and its rtsult.;tobcheld as either4he
fdttJbblow'r-iofJ'tlic, Victory" of gotnl govern;
I imiiL The territory, will woriy for the next two
, years, no .matter h6w trie tIecj ion goes, but a real
J crisis WnrjrmnsTthe cit 3' ami counfyo? j I lonol u 1 u '
t ami Honolulu viH not prosper under a ; WiitinUin
tion of tluj last two years of misgoyernment.
The:cffoWf havij jCpljl;;
li f icd byjjte; eff orff muvHlrihy supervisors,
and their squaWdes have extended to Jthe entire
clerk, Who is, presumably to compile the reiMrt. A, , k V Vu K, ? har.dletl it fairly, conscientiously, and
' . f , m . 1 . . . Plrtcd his labors in auditing the books dealt justice to all.
Direct Statements that the law requiring this! maintained by the countv of Hawaii. Rpv a KRFiintP The at-
report IliLs been n'peali.bniUght not one denial! rnel Mon?,ulu ln Ue steamcr tendance at the union Sunday even
' t ' iea. rj ing services has teo'i fl'itterin" and
from the hoard, not one statement of contrary ELMER G. CASE, secretary and glows' that people are beginning to
npfn'p nr nps'inntnir rn
Even the deputv citv attornev, when I treasurer oiiae,ase to Ma"1 L?1m" realize the pettiness cr the denomina
1 ' Danv. Cnicago. ls stonoine at the Mo- 1 i: i k i . . j
t. Iininnilll Iw iiKKCU nun whether or not theix-j.ana Hotel, Jjejaa an 'arrival on yes- ancc at the tast two mitngs that
visibly in his chair an.l answer that there was; 1st with coen)ns ;;pi, Co. is lZ-S fer!
only .-iiHlireof r,,,iiren,e,.t, a.,.1 when que riSBSSSS 'MlSu'SalST
tionedjurtierihe declaml that he wa unwillinjfi mrU, im&.. f .fffii tSllSZ ,t
be taken as final.! C;S: KEIEPJ formerly manager "meetings Is tiue mainly to the excel-
01 iaKea sugar piaaiauou. on na- ence and the common-fenfcphilogo-
Dr. Goodsierd's sermons.
j and Mrs. Keiitiedy will depart for San
in thfacey of a mrvvt'ktUicmcnf'to the board
thaVilKisnotre(iuiret1 by law. ?
And within ten minute of jamming this.ordi
naicelirou last 111. flie'board ltstenetl to
coniplaints from ipoiisiblecitizens of Manoa
who asked relief f rom nihtpleable road conili
tions. who declaretkthat Manoa has been suffer-
The on?, jt JiinTgrthat tt'k in tits
CaOinpaign is the immcltfU, duty of tin voters to
I tuni ontUif inefficient and put in the efficient
"- phi itirs rriftftt th phi pit S
ivmiiwv ' iiivim - u v Vbi m, rT'.
topic, v')i'etijer -or not -ininistem -.oh tie gospel
should deal Ayjth -polifi-j? jfetii iiiiipiial cam
paign 'tiddthe; lesser cauTpajgnsundcr way on
the niainlarid. ItlLAVbcKlrow AVilson, a ihinis
ter's son, heading Wie great party, theieditors of
religious journals seemed to Jiaye been
to give ilri fff-nand opinion to
He admitted frankly that there is a legal qu- waii. Jwith iJkennedy, is planning pI)y of
. 1 n exf.ensivefrip to the mainland. Mr.
IJOll inVOI(U. t I.j ira V-ofctfov will Honart fnr qti
YeJ th-fptir men constituting, tne.niajoHty tf
tJift 1Jaixl jaJiimetl thrlortlinance through with
out any opinion from the city s legal department
PrandFco n4xt, Saturday in the Oce- $1 1 2,000 INCREASE
Anic steamsltliy Sierra.
MISS EVELWSCOTT-and Albert
IN WEEK'S SALES
jice, accoriiniR o a icuer rrceivei yes-' n walk
terday by Postmaster Pratt fron t he An' jam
Tost master-Generals office at Wash- Them 'taters In tte ack?
s10" You've got it bad.
.The letter was in answer to on;Kf vu don't nuit. mr lad.
isent by the local paymaster Lome PrnkouritT in her rrcat tlizht
weeks ago. regarding the scarcUy of Won t never onc allcht
leek boxes and the continually lucre as-. in vour back yard. ' , , : v
ing number of applications for them.:An all vou hev will git the liebackv ;
According to the answer received at; " C s
the posteffico yesterday. Congress yegt parti, - v- ... i .p '
lassed an appropriation equal 10 "one- it may seem hard -V '
4 twelfth of the appropriation of the To hev to ciicumnavergate . C t' " , .,: "
asi nscai year icr vauns. sales and An' dig the other feller's baltc
Jocks and public buildings." iOr stan awaltin at tho Bate," 'y
w Explanation was made that this sum To let the rest pass' through ln stated . -liad
been practically expended for fp V ,
fafes reouired for the protection of Rut, lad, '' ; V t
f-overnment funds and exigency ex- Work's not so bad. I , ' '
tendltures and that there would be no Er you jes fake.a-holVrlghV mart. ' ' ;
funds available for lock boxes until With all your muscle an your heart)
later en in thcfalL Someway I fin i " , . : -
.The conclusion of the letter is, as It heps my mlnV. . .... ,-..,,; ,.; t r. , .
rollov.s: , when pesky .things a-ForryinA It, w fiMf vW
"It is considered that a necessity An' when Cm blue. -
exists for additional boxes in the Ho- I jes' tell you sv -sj ;v y.. -t .;
nolulu building and" attention will be There's uothtn lifco soqiq work to do! r
Riven to putting them in when the
itppropriktion will permit. With this
Star-hullotlii Ads. are-Best Baslnest-r-
end in view, this department will take' (JelterN. '- .a
as to whether ofiot it is'necesSary.
S 3iHlvcadrt,iJ(.T)utv city .attornev, has been the1,
majority's errand-boy in getting figures as to
what the new job is going to cost the city. Last
nightjie"trcstiitl figures showing that the cost
Will be somewhere -from $200 to $240i mouth.
complainants got, yie answer tnai "every
body is grabbing at theihag "dnd we must econo-
swayca m aiwit esumaie 01 mm as 11 W pa ruy Uood health von must have good water, ;
oy uie lart oius ; uvwMi lUK " ""u"' keweraajidjv imod sanitary harbor. You
lciiiigMi iho lllosnllfto and the flv. If there
dfelnm that while sin in industriahsnt ainl poli-L . t .:ff .:l... u..
:auy question oj'mifuiium?, Miip uu gt,.u.
t tics slioiild' be ppinjet oiftX the minih8 hat.c
.'no' rigli't : to:'fatot9$i9 Jiiji$datc , or T another in
(-PaJfthisjjecononty, it seems, is the plan on
the part of Murray, McCIellan, Kriiger and
Amana to play politics by padding the city's
payroil. ' ', . w.
GOOD DOCTRINE FOR HONOLULU
"The demand from the outside is that you
should liave Rood health here. In order to have
pulpit uttcranct vT,ie.Vontiucllt of nSuS
Presbyterii priPjfeQJ08 (jfits lltt
uolulu a, wide berth.'Admiral Ross, at Oom-
Hall, ;of Waukegan. Illinois, and Mr. There was a better run of business!
Carr.fof rbavajmipojs. . the . latter tfcan for several days on - the .Stock
two recent graduates from the Uni- Kxchange board this mornine. and it
vers! ty of Illinois, . were arrivals on jollowed a larcer volume of reres
the steamship, Marama. and are the .airg than jias apr(Carc.j for a week!
guests of Mrs. S. M. Starrett at her or so
Young street .liome., .. ,Onomea shows a' gain of an eit?hih,'
LEONARD PARISH, clerk of the Pioneer the same, IeBpole a qar 1
third watch. at the police station, has j0r and Lrewery rn eighth, while'
repigned-lrom,.the.: department and oiaa is dovn a talf point and Kw.a a
II 1 - tf. -.1.1 &l..MLn nlnn . ..... r- . I
c, N - . ' . 4.'., w" ave.w.,rwwvunuu. . ma puwe quarter, stocks hoioing yesterday s
8o these fourxUIK'n- SorS are prepaml to "put wJ11 be fined by TuroKev laukea. nuotations am Oahu. Waialua and
over ran ordinance involving thretk thousand! DR. charles KENT, profes- M(,i;ryne.
, x i. i ..r!or of English literature n the Uni- Onomea sold in three blocks of'ftO
dollars or more expense to the city yearly icith Tity 0f Virginia,. who . is spending Bbas !;Jc; aor ,n5S oiaa brought t
out Jnwirina trlwthcr it ik mtuircd bl law amVi.f.1 n tbe n: tor 75 shares in three unequal lots.
v : . vnaiion oi itev. u. r-eir. wm jff v nu.. j n. .
. 7 . . . . , ... J nj diih;o ui vauu in mice mr j
preach at the Christian church at the cqua, ,o(s god at 2-?5 Pirfeapple hi
eievcn o ciuc seryiye iVWu U1.,u- 4J 25 fdr ?0 &nd g() share8 Waialua
lng- . :i . I; I.- stands at 126 for 25 shares. McBryde,
HENRY-NEUBAR, who. has been in lor 50, 15 anil 35 shares, is 6.50. Ewa
the employ. of-the. Wafluku., Sugar is at 31 30 for a total of 23 shares'.1
Company, ,for; some four ,years on the and pioneer 34.25 for 100 and 30
Waikapu division, left reqently for the ghared- Brewery reached 21.125 for
Philippines, where he hasJteen Offered c Rharps,
; a good poEitlon as assistant manager Bonds are represented by a bloik
oia projeuieu jimuMVf, of 510,000 Hilo Exiension . sixes at!
sugar at .MWOo.rq.. ineipporiunuy ff4 7g - .
.siw fi 1 t be week ended at . noon-.'today
;bari8 twJSi J ?1?5 the sales of stocks and bonds amount.
JhtH aVe to W38.23. against $83,733 for
de?!6 the wek ended on Saturday asLor
whove interested in the, company for grease of $112,908.25, as com-
which Mr. Neubar will work. , T. ,B. Pred with a decrease of $63 36
T7rawe whA h9a HPPDPr on or iasi ween, lruiu iuo pioviuua
the Wai'luku Plantation -for about a week's record.
year, left at the7 same time for the
Philippines. ''. 1
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The display will be shown at the
annual gathering of the international
IIQFI PQ APPFWnARFS congress of hygiene and demography,
ttrrcmuauco be heW &t tfae national capitaJnen
Belle J. Btittan, the San MateO ihe'Dowsett company has deeded to"
HeireSS, Travels WithOUt tne city and county of Honolulu a
in jj n i 1 1 small strip of land along upper Nuu-
. a Lauy DUgdUUU anu street which is to be used fori
LOS ANGELES, August 1. Chap -Tne iaCific Engineering Company
Honolulu to follow.
' 'It. is' hlfdi fimo if linvA 1-kTn nWK ...l..i. !
f .iiTrr..T . . iinS m-ttvpreparajjons for the development of
Si?W 'f Trf,,hf " 8,1 Iolpi hiW-J io that thi port' maybi
ralhng of; .pel.wutry Elgah ,:ul a 'foFtheloVtntfflc that will flow hither
ixsonald3vdngh:illandre!Mlid not def e tsl
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n--tt. n.i.ui:''-, M ... j.- ' -
Col leQ Hills ; . . . . . . , jijf . . 1 1 ... tr ;45C0f. '.
ni, AaHfawa . j. ..... .k ( .. .. t-- .O.CO
Thurston Avenue ' .K.i .. ( ., yC3.CQ .
- " Kalmukt-1 ; . v . 'if;tiv20J0Q , $2M0;. $35Q 1 $4X01' ?3.C( ;
..' Patdlo Valley Road I, 2. j . f.V. ; ? i 40.CQ .
.t Klnati Street ......... . .jt- ijj;CQ -
Wilder Avenue ii.,-4y?..;?,A,mi,.n'p.ZS.-Z,M-0Q , -
I-'-' . .- i-KJ
Kalmukl. $20.Ca $27.50
Wjlder Avenue . . k... . ; ; ,v. ' . . $ ,y.$20X0 , COXO
Matlock Avenue ............'........'.. 270
Kallhl .'iv... .. . . . . . m .. ..v.. ..... ..$23 $30X0 33.C0
King .- Street . ......... . . ..... . . . ; . .$20.0Q ; . 40X0
" Pawaa Lane ..... . ..;..,.,;;,... 18.C0
Magazine .... . . .c ..... . ....... Tv . t . 20X0
Young i Street ........x '....... '30X0
RnrrOff T1IHSK ' llV-" II1S2 Illfrll.llfindfMl nim ni..f . ' 1 1
a . i i , 4, ' ..of the world. But?the board of harbor commis
profligate nurt and 7 he leb4iuclKHl nolitws, of t ; 'i- i i u 'i
, . ..." i , A .i r - ; ' sf oners can at best do onlv a small part of tin
"if imv. in inai ill ll-l 1 tl I imui il WU1TT . .,
remote in time-to le of vital interest? Take une
' iritis Hut rwi -fnlco chki tf llit onnnJiw.. .f
f,--.- ,, , . - . v- ... iiind municipal officials, and the progress of Ho-
their call kept them from waging fierce war with t , , ,, ,1 , , 7 . 11 i
i i- i. j. . nolulu and all Hawaii demands that they be
all the ardor of their lives against the giant no- , i :
, . ... i . . ... . . . I done quieklv.
litical inujiutits rooteil. in-African slavery m i 1
AmeHrn KiVrh ",. ..Thn.iti.iil h.n Atl(1 lK'1,in(1 the Work nf tbe public Officials
erons and everything likened thereto nas een granted permission to erect
are useless appendages' to society," a fence on Merchant and King street
declared Miss L'elle J. Brittan. the Jn front , of .the .premises whereon a
?an Mateo heiress, todiy. "We call "new building is soon to rise lit whjch
them bugaboo ladies np north beV to houso, tbe offices of a niou1ng
cause their presence, or even men- paper. ?. J i : , t J
. r . , . ! 1 I i r tiAm. poluflo n rnln r'rilil Vtinoi.rleni TPKi I .r.xr tnlrl .ho 11-
merciai uiuo luncueou. uu w lucm, a-oCo v,y. uu""' xj -
t . ;. ... . ' ' ' 1 Tha Riihlpct was broueht un be- nervisors last nicht that the nheas-
1$ igtkKt dilictfine and sound doctrine" forj cause. Miss. Brittan has come to Long ants recently imported" from Japan had
F.each to pass her summer vacanon been uneratea near Kaneone, wnere u
a: the Hotel Virginia" and has come is believed they would better become'
The board of harbor commissioners is mai;-ln(iePendent,Jr and alone- Snc says accimated and at the same time ne
it IS tbe Iirst time Sue uas ten nui piuit-uteu irum uuuieis.
home wfthgut a . chaperon, but she An exhibit containing, eighty-eight
will iiev.er . have one again. The large photographs, all neatly framed,
wealthy daughter of the late Colonel bhowing interesting and highly in-
N'athaniel' J. Britlan i3" able to take scructive views of sanitary conditions
care o "herseif. and improvements in the islands, has
"The world would be better if all been prepared by the Board of Health
chaperons were made to walk the snd will be shipped net Wednesday
plank," she .continued. "Many a to Washington, D. C
i .. Vino Kwnmn ennw- V i Tnwco o nnparrrl hofnrn t hp
Work that IS to le done. The board can provide j cllppe1 because Cf the persistent Board of Supervisors last night witn
as Admiral presence of a lantern-vlsaged rnena. me request tnat sometning ue uone
"American womanhood is not in toward tne improvement or yueen
need . of -chaperons. Let the decent Emma Park on Upper Nuuanu ave
Knglish aristpcracy keep these mel- nue. He suggested that the Beard in
lowed dames as part and parcel of it- struct the engineer to lay out a road
self. As for America, or, more locally nay through the tract and that the
speaking, my California, I have aban- work of building the roadway would
coned an ancient custom of no earth be done by prison labor. The matter
ly use whaierwer, fuid I trust that was finally disposed of by the en
every American girl of mediocre in mincer being requested to take imme
telligence will do likewise." diaie action.
ote m time; to le of vital interest? Take une , e 4l . , , , . ,
4 - N- J v , , , whanes for thousjind-foot vessels, as Admiral
n our own day. Henry Ward Beecher and'., . , , t
ri i i i i ! i . i Koss suggests, but it cannot fight the mosquito
rge .IL,Chvevcr had a higU.cU-of Ood to a , ., T 4 , ,
, , .i . . furnish good water or establish a coal supply,
pel work which they honored, with their rare! mt . . .11 , . . . 1
These things must be done by other territorial
of iKditical methods.bv the months-just passed . thel mus5 !w thc stra(i-v' Hal, sympathetic
is a disgracv to a culturctl, edueaU.l (Christian 'a,1(1IM,werful tIrat" f -e Iple of Ha
people. We inaV.c-are nothing for men or par- waii- Thv IHIWt dear tbe I)ath for Gmiter Ho"
tics; we ilo caiv for national honor. The need n6llllu- Thev mllst cIear U b-v letting iif office
The'lnen wno can see l).vona P( ".v pontics anu seii-
Sfcir-BulIeUn Ads. are Host Business Sfcir-BuIIrlln Ads. are Bext Bnsi.ioss
for a prophet-voice has come once inon1
United. states needs an Aim and a Jei-emiah : is itet to the really great destiny of tins
who will croiiUort the focus of all the mighty commerce ofj
'"zaii government for offiQrs?who can .and .will."5: Pacific. ;.
moilil ainbitious out f!
sink personality amHpo
siglit, and- look "and Avorkumly for the public! LaFollette says that Koasevelt is "an obstruc
weal. W1m can cry out, so, effectively as the tion in the path of the Progressive movement."
AVhat agency can sound ,1 here stfins no question tnat lie was an oostnic-
nleWr anote4is the niukmpev.? The hour' tion iu the path of LaFollette.
has struck when the church should , iK'gin to
stendifor; the principles' whicl rlie Founder of
A Chicago minister refers to ex-Senator Lori-
t he church. prtiched. IJosc(k Cnkling snecrwl mer as "the Job of modern times." Job or job?
t 'Sunday-schtVd politics,' but- the . time for , 1
neXin Kight-' Roosevelt's campaign opened at Providence,
..aW pTaltethVal nation. Siri is a reproach whose help he is likelv to need lcfore it closes.
ANAPUNI STREET 2-Bed room House
ANAPUNI STR E ET 2-Bedroom Modern Bungalow
ANAPUNI STREET 2-Bedroom Cottaje
BERETANIA STREET Building Lot,5.7 Acres ...
HARBOTTLE LANE 2-Bedroom Cottage
KAIMUKI Modern 4-Bedroom House
KING STREET New 2-Bedroom Cottage
PIIKOl STREET 3-Bed room House
PUUNUI Residence Lot, 30,000 sq. ft.
TANTALUS Lot for Country Home
WAIALAE TRACT Several Choice Lots
YOUNG STREET Residence Lot, 12,981 sq. ft . . .
KINAU STREET 7-Room House
KINAU STREET 3-Bedroom Furnished House
1 T4NTAI IIS Cftuntrv Home
GUARDIAN TRUST CO , Ltd.,
SECOND FLOOR, JUQD BUILDING
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ermEdKTouTiumPeii. ; '
Self-Filler of ;oiherwise;
$2.50, $3:00, $3.50, $4M $4.50, $5.00
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113 HOTEL 8TREET
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198 feet oh
150 feet on Pensacola Street
, 2- cottages,
in first: class
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An 8 per cent net-in?
vestment SIJKE- . :
This property is centra
located; not too far from
town; not too far -from the
beach; near to the schools
and Punahou. In the fashion
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CORNER FORT AND" MERCHANT STREETS