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nONOLULUrTjVRULLETiK, SATURDAY SEPT- J 1, 1012.
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v 0) las- to fih-a4Jounament of . tW
Elock and Rond Exchange on Wed
. ne8dayrut of'fesDect to the memory
of lb latfl - Rriwant " PntHtt. of- San
Wancitcov one of the founder of the
listltBtioiuUhereare only five days
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irtays prided, on f Friday oMast week, c"" into stated -value.
; :?rhen a day. was JostUhrough Xhe S?fAciins
f -currence of Labor Day. This evens f 120 JnU W.OO In 1909. and J 130
Ikej periods icmnpared.: and the show 'eo?; t ' . J . '
tug -of this, week is, far froravatlsfaci Oa tne-taport fcide, the automobiles
' tery.-fFo?5 the five 7lays' ended yes- imported last year mounted to but
: . tcrdaj.the salca of stocks -were! 1812 .about 2 million dollars In .walue;
'shares'-and the -proceeds $52.9e5;25.4 against. more, than 4 .million iiwl9Q7.
J. and lhe, ' sales ofMxmds , 116,000 par ' The average, Import value or the au-
A'alue. a ! total ot i $689&5.25, - These tamoMlcs brought Into r the , country
.ngures represent -a ecree oi,nf
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rr653.50Jn stocks and $13,000 la. bonds,
a toUl deficiency ot-$41,$53.50 a com -
, y , iJEV CU f 4Ut AU UIW uwo- Vliwv " -
TMTi)trtlnn fnf th . five ..daVS; just
ost;wcre, aa -follows: .
Stodkf. ; T -
. Ewa , Plantation 1 Company, ; 275
Hilo' Railroads CotnDany. coromoa,
-110 snarea ior iuao;1' price,- 4. -
Honolulu Brewing: and -Malting
Company, 250 shares for 1 5250; 'price,
'v2K. ? ' -
j MtBnde : Sugar-Company 1 55
: snares' ior ww.ov "vct'w
: Oahn Sugar .CompaiIy 295 shares
' :. Hawaiian Commercial V and ",jSugaf up are of the cheap cottageorder'
"Company7V225r shares. i tor'CWW-W: Ubout three to. the.-. 81000 In- cost
i price. 13.50 : ' ? ' ' V :; L.r McCandless Is reported?: to
s . Hawaiian ' Sugar Company,;' 187 nave. given.' an option- on-Jii Koolau
V' shares' 'for" S7S54:"PTice. t2. " ' boko .water rlchts to a hui. that-will
for-88260 ; , price; 28.
'i .. Olaa Sugar Company, 50 shares for
: 8S62.50;.. price, :7.25.
Onomsa Sugar. Company.. 135 snares
v ' for $8001.25; thigh, .,59.60; vlowV. 59.25.,
pioneer- Mill Company,-285 shares
for ; I9C18.75; vprice.V 23.75. .
' .AVaialnarA.gricnltural - Company, 15
j. shares, for,-$1?5; priced 123. - t i-;
MBondsi V, v .- -; m..nn
--iilo naltroad ExUnsion sixes, $5000
oiKft. tmnn it 94.75.
i i ni'n ? 'plantation t Company . sixes, I
f IS OVER 5 i,uuufuuUi
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i Thirty million; dollars wortb
American automobiles lound onarkets
-abroad" lastly ear, against ,iess.uaa
' . ' one -ininion 'dollars' iworth'tenr years
ago; ' Figures ' just completed- by Jth4
' dlvUfon of "statistics . of the Bureau
, -. .xf j Foreign ' and Domestic, Commerce
C .show that; the-exports of automobiles
lars : aiO of ; parts th?TeOf, including i i in part asfollows: ; - v ?
If! ,it7 :l!.,r..-;AiiU. if this :As. antlcinated by us, our marks;
-1 : J . . v . t-. 4 h p wjdi
Tvprn oUucu UiC buivukuw -
''anO1 Porto. Www get'for the-yeas
sales i of AxaoxlcantLtonotlle8 ;out -
, .Jlifli - TT-'trd - ftAt.es i a
.round .-30., mil
-J nfin:i5tarii:and tothe HawdUan
ctent, to Porto, Hlco
:o was neanyu
v ' " islands a little ' overl-cvlIUon dollars;
The total number "ot Machines, .ex-.Federal. wlth a further advance.' day
ported ;lo ;foreigncoutilrles vas -SV .or .two. later, to :4.235c tor. smalUota
' ' -?57 - valued ai;550,lS3Uavrans.'5tearby;Surlnams. and, Porto, itfeos,,
:o make ,tHe .day -memorable, . we - will .give, VASOZ'ErigBIiY. "REE, with each - cash'sale,; a souvenir -having a retail -valu
Look over the following 'suggestions for
:: J. I f a tr ? ami -Nai 1 r lruslifH '
Verfunit 'autl Toi!it AVatci
Tooth Powder and Paxte
Kaxors and Blades
Toilet Sets. r
: Ant. Poison
Olive Oil 7 'v v
5 Batliiii j: Xapj? and : Shoes ;
.TJuyjiwaneif n : : . t
those to- the noncontiguous territory
wrre higherr averaging $1600 each.
'.'1'he export price of American au
tomobiles ia 1312 averaeed less than
in any earUer year in the, history rof
JU12. 4iid!ns the total, number of
j -- auuKnBaiu8i
1190 l 1A14 n ( t A A Too : J
138 in ; 1912. $1936 In 1910 11788 i In
J Duilding - -pperations ao-iiar-i this
Imontlw as -indicated, by, the permits
. iteued, haVe been- rather tame. ' With
! form a .water comnanv tor;, the ' bur-
pose cmeny or conveying ..water ,Dy
ia tunnel .through, the JKoolauLrangeto
oahu plantation, His interests in the
water resources : of '.Walkanei ;,Waia.
f hble and Kahana are InUhe deal and
the mice, is said to be 8250.000. '
Five ; separate i: corporallonsr L- bate
been, formed among . th'edJ rectors of
a Brewer & Co' Ltd . for': theVP"T:
pose cf holding' lands connected' with
Onomea. plantation.; " ! v
.The1 Bdard .of-upervlsors has voted
$23,00q for the ''following purposes:
Queen street, between - Mokauea and
Settlement Toads, $1000 ; Hobron ave
nue, $1000; 1 Dole -streets-$1500; -road
to Waikane landing, $2500 bitulithlc
bavemenL TRIret street: . 82524; Ore
noa8e. i KalmukC, 83000:'' v econatrnc-
tion Pali road . iencer 1 jo u ; . dhuiiuuc
pavement," Queen- street .bridge, $3200;
purchase fire hoser $2285 repairs to
Incinerator,, 8600; purchase wagons
for road..;,department; ; 82450; repairs
to Jiahala road,, &uu. tt ia -not ex
pected,. however,. hat. all ,these im
Erovements .ican rCompleted .before
provements 'Can be . completed before
the, Jiresent ..hoard 'retires from office:
j Wiirett &; Cray V review of thel raw
ha eontlnued to advance as a result
;ctthetemporary scarcity of rSwsngiir
isupplles...;,;,. - : ? r i- "
I -' "CeirtTl f 11 srals were quoted last weak;
andeat;has ocSv iesv oiu uome
became muua nrmer uu. uuuuucuu-
16c.: c.t& XJI.nc.) :for, some J0.00O
I Hz :early September , C
..vow AVMRtlAna hynttA0. . MfHff
, ;oa;may whave
i extra cost, of a. Baseball, Jackstone
Set, Talcum Puff, Chamois iPurse
Puff, or cake :ol Almond Cream
Ianieurff Goods 0Jim)i-s , iBabyiFwotls
Tooth Bru shes Lather Brushes
Toilet Cretuns . Sharing Soap
Combs " Peroxide
Fiiee Powder Amm onia uid - Bora x
Sachet Powder Hot Water Bags
AtomizerM Fly Paper
Bath Powder Alcohol
Tonics Witch Hazel
Cockroach .Paste Bay Bum
Pond's Extract Soap Boxes
Fruit Salt Fountain Spniy Brushes
,Wntci' Wings , ; IMim ng. Cauls
Hair Tonic l lJazor Steps' :
The latter extreme price was, only
laid because pf delay in the arrival
previous purchases. Other refiners
j arc uOl JD urgcf i neeu ui
'.are not d It posed to pay the last ad
vance, at Which they could severe a
moderate -.Quantity of Cubas. neai'.y
and for'eLIpjnent, say at 2"bc. c & f. j
and a cargo oLJavas. due to arrive In
StnAmhr S9v nt lift 7Vd. CV ti si 1..
each "being the equivalent of 4.2S5c.
lauded. Some holders ask 2 l.-ltc. tc
Sc. tit f. .
it is a question, therefore, whether
o -hot a cargo arriving in the next
JfwflVR ainfmld. could, fca disucseiL of
at '4Sc vet this vpnee may- ioJs.i
the-hex t six. weeks is such that we.
cheap some time-before the middle, of .vpropesat that the president of the' and bought tncm. say 12 5 he didv hot. 10 eater, onjk-campainai.uo.aew
October, during-which there may be club, appoint a special commit tee oa know he could, get this shoe In iHo1. papers, have,; done;. In other cities and
further, delays in arrival of supplies, Uhe subject of Home Buying . and a uolulit, Ti. 'perchaat promptly toW. point : out . the ; undoubted : advantages.
Th nnn!v and demand-outlook for I special .meeting be held to enlist the him ho did not take tha trouble to of supporting borne industry- - By
may nave a very i irregular -market, i seller. - . .
with "'many1 fluctuations, ranging. v posVjV.-Mr.vCurtis in the .course of .hia' talk
Slbly, from 4.11c. to 4.36c. for iffy ueg-. tnoke as folliws:
testv ' i h Prcsi(ieutnnd GenUemea: I
.i 1 t. MnArtoH .that ,'hnt few rhrtArs .hare .'been honored . today .with a re-
. V o vv .v. .m. '
made, large stocks being held the. Is- and horae buying. It.afIorda.rce very w'ould have made more money lc
lsnd by speculators who may oven tay -great pleasure to . comply with ; your reuse . he would save the freight for
the. market; also .that freight from .wishos.r particularly so -as.the. Parcels the local merchant." ; ;
Java Is now 40 to 45shillings (double j. PostBill Jias. recently , been made a Notwithstanding the fact that .here
normal ratesl.and-present indications Maw to take eflect January lstr .1913. certain lines of shoes are sold at prer
are l Uat Cane sugars ? will ,? be very
scarce in - OctoberOCovember, :;thus
making us ' dependent: largely , upon
European Beet tof .-deflcienciea in- eup-.
lilies of-prlviledged iugars at Taat
time, which; insures a continued strong
market untll ;there is . a ..pressure 0
new- cropi Beet. ; ' ,' - . ;.'-v:-ytThe;Xoul8lana
crop will be .smail
and 1 cannot -help -usiout as much as
usual.' ?- fT. ' ' - j.,
'Shipnients f from Philippine' IslariSs
have been smaller than la&tyear, lut
130 Ions .against -9860 tons- to end of
June, but the holders here. ha ve- final
ly. -decided, to lettnefr. su&ar come for
ward freely to the United. States.
y. Stockv of unsold-sugarin vCuba Js.
small,' probably; not; more than-:70,0wJf
nothing i tooffer until'. October,, and
West Indies have . disposed of latxmt
all their crops; Brazil mail advices re
pert-some' Centrifugals in .stock, but
Uiave -not 'yet offered them Jiere. t
- European - markets advanced ?. 'Wife
cn prompt Beet but reached 7d. at
the ; closer s . October-December ' Beet
fluctuated, narrowly. ; 1 "
: CQba; reports favorable to : 1330,000
tons wltk ,a small quantity- still ; mak-.
Ing.and on. plantations. . ,: : v -s
; Cur, .cables Jrom. Germany ;and Lon
don ,repprt iavorable weather forj the
beet crop in, some ; sections, but, parti
ally,. Buffering5, from, rain ;' and needing-
sunshin and i warmth. TJie t weather
ib , September-October, especially . ;w 111
be of Importance as affecting thequal
Ity. and meanwhile jao. close, estimates
cf the outturn canbe madeV Thus far
the,, weight 'Jls ;good, bujBUgar; contend
backward,. -: K : I.: ' :-:' .'i.""" ':;.;
Stocks; in;. the y UnUed .States .arid
Cuba' together.of .357,660 tons, against
S86.028 tons last week;' and '190,84o
ions laet year,- an increase of 165,315
tens from . last year. .. s; :' . ;
V 'Stock, In j jEurope c?53,000 ;jtbns
against 4,093,000; tons : last year "';'., ;r-
f 'Total i stoesrtt,Eu)pevami- America
1.310.000 ton8lagainst:L2S3,84 'tons
last. year: at, the isarne unven dates.
The v Increase ot stock ' Is 25,815 ibntf
against ah Increase of 115,586 tons last
ot. IIiaa ktiAinL a wwltKlA- .tlnnlttAAf 1 ACQ
1 600:; tons: against' 1,590,844 Hons 'viast
WithreachXash Sale of
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niw n II I I! ' ill h
I I III I I.I! Uil fllliMI
- Tercels Post aud iiaine Bi in? was
tPe topic lor discussion at a very m-
teresting liuithron ;of the I lo.iolulu;
Ad Club held in the Rathskeller:
Thursday noon. Manager George P.. j
Curtis. of JorJan's read. the uajer of:
tne , aay. wnicn was iouoeu oy
interest of the buyer as-well as the
, 1 ! " - .
. I;read with interest an v editorial in
ono '.of our , local -daily journals on
4ulyU30th invVhlch U eulogi?ed on
advanf Hfrpa of PnrrAla Pft And Rtatc-rl
the people of these ; Islands ? will be -
come -steady, and extensive .patrons of
the: serrice.i,Thia in' my? opi&lQn,.may
applyitoi the- rural ..districts, but the
merchants' of,'; Honolulu t have nothing
- The local storesJtoday ..are so thor-
ougmj up io..aaie ana so weu equip-
ped they.are able., to successfully
meet mainland compeUtlori..Thegen-
cxaiVpublicVof .thla.lty;whbare ac-
Quntedj.rWlth; .the "v.,opiK)rf unities
(. getting . a their commodities T right at
Jiome- find they r can. do as well .here
as theyv can: ;Dyn sendlngHlieirjmoney'
out of town, ."'.'.V .
It 'is i not : the; people who shop in
Honolulu' anAwho periodically jmake
trips;,to themainiand-that rtheviocai
rmerchantsi are tmuch concerned ;Over.kmany younfe; persons In ''.these Islands.f: l .JHl"v f i ,
F. tbecause hos. people, have ppportuni-
return will IrrrencArt . lni. for th"
locabstores. fbut unfortunately Uhere
acquaint .themselves with "the-, stores
locally, .and send away for...narly
everythingtthey -require., v Of. course,
it lawlthln the,right everybody to
yuu wien vuivucjr uu uu j.wuerts
at home, ; tt- ' -
vThere are weir known, cases, in this
orders and send away, for i-wholesale
quantities of. groceries -and . make the
ihey please hut It-these goodt people Among some or our ladies who ralHHana Geo; Freeland, Maul;J.,.A
would - only stop to , consider ?they to isupport home, buying are many7; Parker and wife,- Hawaii; Mrs. C-P-could
r dp .equally .-.as'-well . ILaot. better - highly. : Intelligent -women who, do not4, moma knrt children cityLvJohnMllU
comparison iwith .:the .retail prices young people- to find ; employment
here, whereas ; ' I venture to say if whose chances are unintentionally
they went to any of the reputable re- shut off because the business Is hot
tail.',.grocery .establishments , . of .this here i6 support them. ' 3 :. ; v -city
. and 'nought in the , same quantity , . ' A rough estimate, of the earnings in
they , would- do lust; aswelLandpos- salaries and -wages In ten of thetead
slbly. save moae. ,'r; .. 'y ias .stores in Honolulu ;.is 270,000 an-
.-i I Juiow .a.vexf ;estimable.rgent ' to
of,' this - . city wfco sent to an eastern three retail grocery stores, three shoe
manufacturer! orapair', ot shoes for
wMcli - a'. 1nrat "itAro tha '.avarm-v '
wbich'talocal 'storevJiad the,' agency,
the shoe: was . beings retailed -here for
Yprk.; The. manufacturer wrote to the
ioncern here . returning , . the, gentle-
man's '.letter, ahd.. pojntlns: out.tney
:10c to 5.0c.
"'" .:!' i . 4
Yo'ur choice of a handsome Vanity
Box withPuff -andMirror, a Japan
ese Egg Shell Tea Cup and Saucer,
a 6-inch Plate, or an After Dinner
could not understand why, the party
in quest ion sent to tnenv as ihey,wnac we carnciy, uewre. jsqb coa
knew UitvonUr could be fUlel locally.' slderatlon "of those who have not yet
At the sairc jmo . ibey wrote to . this become acquainted with what they
gentleman telling him he coulJ pjr- can do and get at home.
chase .the . shoes . he wanted Jlsht at;
no.e. ne cvcniuauy . cane a;on
find out and reminded him he spent
hundreds of Cellars aJvertisins;; the
line v ' r ;
Now bad this order been tilled la
the East;, it Vomd have . cost the
buvpr 'ixactlv,; !h sanio nr ice blus
. - ' K w
wisely the same prices as the 'main -
lander charges, still ,. lots . of peOP'o
send away "tor-these -self-same.' shoes
and" nav nrtAii lonxl rnst fnr nnntam I
' 1; will , here relate an Incident, that
.tame nncer my personal observation
while; in Nev&da A woman contln-
- ually went r to a certain "store anl
would; Haunt her purchases by c mail
end other times she paid enough.. LSJ
was mgniy amusing .one raay auer
.she had shown 7sorae thine sbe.. receivj
ed! by expres.and made comparlsonV
the turned around ; Immediately and.
01 nsKea tor empioyroent tor her oaugh -
Qf course, the " store, keeper t pa-
Htely and firmiy" replied be could notiGrace Gllmpre,; Denver; r' J.-'iA..: Wilcox, i
increase bis expenses - If -.the people
sent-away for their requirements. I
I am Informed thereMs a movement
on toot by some, of our; .best .people
to tmd; means" or employment , torA , """"
..Honolulu can; well be,, ppoud of the.
1n1f fif this Htv Jnn-th ffnrt tiif
employ these young people Is indeed
- It has occurred to me that a par.rc"4v::;:;
: tial soluUon of. the problem would. b noSiW.
to employ some '--of tne eligible ones vSvSS-il'n r rntf? rity
In our. stores. ThJcouh begone ;Sln.:a:iallow
t tuomcpa wi4uieu iu: , - -
stop to think that money sent- away;v w w i,paiM..-.iJnt..'J.iK:Hume.'
fs so much less toward the advance -
ment of Honolulu stores which . ad -
prosperity to the
city and a possible chance for lots otl
stores and four ..retail dry goods
ttnros 1 Cif nurco ''. this la Vn 1 v a r
stores. Of course; this Is only a very
- smalls portion .of our ; retail trade, , to
I think I am' conservative in staU
ing 90 per cent, of the! earnipgs of .em-
With each; cash sale of
Your choice of: -Maile Tooth Powder,
Violet Talcum, Rexall Shaving
JLotion, Harmony Rose Glycerine
ployes is expended righUbere'-Jn, Ho
nolulu. What a grand spending power
we would have if all, the, people sup;
portedi home buying. ' : '-
Lots of good people who send oeir
money away never stop to think tbo
foreign merchant pays ..nothing to,
wards the taxes of Hawaii. . V
J . Again I say we have nothing to fear
I from parcels, pest by the people who
, are acquainted with local stores,; but
In conclusion I wpuUJ.urge lour.
swa inraus, me u; utmiiam,.
it his means l their, advertisers cana!
ford to-payt them, better prices. -;The
merchants can employ more labor,'
and, united, wecan, all .have a still'
better and more prosperous city. 1
f' . Gentlemen, t lhauk.you., ' ' . . .
... , i . ,1 i
-iMrsD. ClalraLos sAngeles, CaV;
Lieut.. and tSJrs, 1 Cunntngaam,, Scho t
field. Barracks ;;A,li. AY'TPda. , waux-, -lua;
N.i G. Campion. and wife;., Rufus f
P SriMine nr-ifp. ..KftMalf TL iron f
Herff. Chicaror Miss H. Decker. M.
, y " , . '
' j.Fassotb;; US.: Hlorth..' Walmea ; J.
F. Pogue and;tamily, tMaul;j: av-D. I
f n,!. .VA Kf.nl. ..HflBfi-, TI - T C
Smith, Illinois; E.ikyons, ; San I Fran
cisco; -H.K. Bishop and wife, HUo: ;
Frank Co Stockton; Cat: Miss CU
Chatard, : Miss! H..-M. ,HeiU: San Fran:
Cisco; Migs Claraj jMowryA Mllwau-
faee; j..T.Mcvrosson ciijy.r. vja-j
sen and ..wife, t San -a Francisco; Wiss i
Miss FloravN. :; Albright; CoU W. j E.
Wilder. Schofleld-Barracks ; A. D
teckenby, Kanana ; . u eo. h. , v liiiams,
teo. a, .cooi,Mnu. ji. ai.jAusun, .j.
i "f'ff- f m ,v " V
f Sydne' W. : U AVebb. f J elhourne ; .' J
W COIUUSV bUTa. rljl, VV- W. VVllSOa
f"" vu 'tVvr Tho
r - . wife WailukU .MrS L. Train,
' Qi. B. . li. Watson. L. O.'Heffernan,
' v r rmwkr CanL Geo.: B. . Rodney. I
, ueut and Mrs. R. Parker;, Capt-and i
jjra p , Marquart, k Schofleld Bar-
racks r W. . T. ; Samuels. : San v Fran
cisco; Gen: and Mrs. Bandholtz U. S.
army; Capt , .C." R. Day, T. r L. Don
aldson; -MaJ.'N. F- McClure,:Mrs. ;WV
K. Gibson, Mr8.M. A.; Adams, R. B.
Boleon; Mrs. HL Sharp, Schofleld Bar
racks, --.v:::; ;.;;.:::v'"': :.; va. ,
China is greatly disturbed over
Great . Britain's atUtude In the Thibet
question.. k"'.-' I i
; .. ' . ,
All IbQ. great nations of Europe, are
planning to ; exhibit at the Panama
Paclfic rExposition -in-r-San yFranclsco
in :i9i5r;' .n ' ; ; -
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No embarrassing conditions to annoy you. ' Extra - salesmen ' to
avoid delay. .'--' . :'., -. ' - -' " '' . '-. '
One souvenir only to each customer no gifts with telephone or
delivery orders. ' ,. 'k:' -'.:' .- ' ;"' :"
' WKb $t . worth pf ;PexalI preparations. any;2$c jRexaJI srlcle will
be given free. ' V ''' ' :- ;
..There will be something free for each visitor 'at thenew-Soda
-Fountain." . . - -. - . , . ; V t . ..
., .Do:t.ov?riqok this ,se-7,-3Pt JexJU, .Drug
Store at thelhead of your "shopping: list. -
Here are five other reasons why you should visit Fort . street on
that day: r .,
EHLERS & CO are showing Fall Silks and' LacesV
JORDAN'S have special prices on Piece Goods.
SACHS' are showing new, Millinery.
WHITNEY & MARCH have, new Ready-to-Wear Apparel.
et-OM is conducting a General Clearance Sale. ; , -v
' .t -
r r o fi ; r
For, eaiioir 4ri ckJag aadcooklox
. Pure, Dlldous.,Nxitr!tJoas
: : ;HpaiMerea.U44. ltcat O!ac
' BakersTChpfcolater (unsvect-0-
caed)l2 lb. cakes-
.German's Sweet: Chocolate.
For S2 y, Wtii?x .-Cmirt ilit Jlonoluhi
DocnTnn. ::ac3.. u. s. a.
j Sealed -tenders wi'.i le. r:: rived up
to 12'm. .on the .C' 'ay cf;Septem
berh.1912; &.t.th9 c:".:( cf'.the Clerk "
ot the. City ar.d. ecus ty .'cf Honolulu. ;
Room f?L, Mcltyre, ., tui: V.-:.?,L for fu
nishingaU material,', tcb'. ::3 labor
nece?sary;;ta'.Cflnstruct ,2:3' rT foot re
inforced, concrete". r;ztac'r,'more If
so desired, pro rata) z L ' -ver tho
samo to. the City zi. C : .'.y. Engin
eer at the . Governr.cst ; ; ,cs, cor
ner", of Coral and Fcunlry 2ts, Ka
kaakp.v.Hoaolulu. ,I!vv:.:i;.' I us, spe
cifications . and izTn.ct v . :al may
be---.had upon arplic" 'L : -r.i a de-
posit of, Five,Dc::zr3 '(" .)), at the
City , and Cpunty CI rl:' ? , c :'.ce.
The Bpard'ct Crrv!::r3 reserves
the right to -reject any . cr, aJltenders
and to waive all 2 ef:cts . -i
. d. kalauo;:al.v:;i jr..
Clerk, City f anl 'Cct:r.ty cf ITonoIulu.
7 The driver of one of the automo
biles competing in the races at V'ood
land, . Cal., wa3 -killed wh en tU car
crashed through, at fence. His. wife,
and ..daughter. - .witnessed -the catsj
trophe. - r'. - ' y'. '
.A trooper, in Arizona 'oa struck by
ed and hQ.and hl3 horse word killed.
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'The R.exall Fort and.