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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY. TAX. u;. VM:.
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Castle & Cooke
HONOLULU, T. H.
SUGAR FACTORS, SHIPPING
FIRE, LIFE, MARINE. TOUR
ISTS' BAGGAGE AND
Ewa "Plantation Company
Walalua Agricultural Co.. Ltd
Kohala Sugar Co.
Apokaa Cugar Co.. Ltd.
Matson Navigation Co.
Toyo Klsen Kaisha
120 LOTS 49 by SO feet for
ale at KallhL right on . King
Street, near the Kallhl bridge.
Prices range from $330 to $500
Liberal discounts will be al
lowed for cash.
Terme are very easy.
Inquire of .
Land Co., Ltd.
W. C. Achi
CHEMICAL ENGINES AND
For Sale by
J. A. GILMAN
of Ail Kinds
DEALERS IN LUMBER
ALLEX & K0BI1VS0X
Qnoen Street - Honolulu
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges. Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures. Steel Structures. Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and' Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 1045.
P. H. BURNETTE
Commissioner of Deeds for Califor
r.i and New York; NOTARY PUB
LIC; Grants Marriage Licenses, Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.,
HONOLULU. Phone 1846.
Imported and Island
VON HAMM-YOUNG CO., LTD.
Importers, Machinery and
Automobiles and Automobile
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDQ.
Cor. King nd Blshcp 8ts.
Auto Supply Dept. 3817
Auto Salesroom 3268
Merchandise & Machinery. 2417
Fort St. Second Floor
LADIES' FANCY GOODS
Kwong Sing toy Co.
King St. nr. Bethel
MACGREGOR & BLATT
1130 Fort 8treet
Latest Styles Only the Fined
JACOB SON BROS.
Pantheon Block Hotel St
CIGAR NOW te
M. A. GUN ST & Co., Agts.
WHEN YOU WANT FENCE
Chass B. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 King St:
AND REAL ESTATB
OLIVER G. LAN8INI
80 Merchant Street
Geo. C. BecRley,
Phone 3009 Sole Distributor
lines have the class
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
Repairing of Automobiles and
Carriages. Painting a specialty.
Wright- Has t ace
King and South.
I rend It fn the Star-Bullrtln. It
most be to.
Kntereil of Record January II. 1915,
Wong Wonjj Tr to I-ong Sam... RS
Wong Wong Tr to Wat I-ook Kin RS
Kiiloha ;inij hsb ei als ro KHiiai- ;
aiipuni ii D
John K BurkKt and wf to John R
Otto F J Duchting to Roman i
Catholic Church I)
M Oshinia to S Kinosl.Pu AL
Ki.:n:i! C Rhod-:- to Frrd E Hal-
Western A: H?.wn Invstrr.t Co Ltd
to Ceo P Thielen Rel
Charles B Makee to George M
George M Kellett to Emma F Ma- I
Mele Kaulani to J Alfred Magoon M.
Piomer Bldg & Ioan Socy of H
to Benjamin H Norton Rel
B 11 Norton and wf to Mutual I
Bldg & Loan Socy of Hawaii
Entered of Record January L. 1913,1
V Miyao and wf to Edward G I
T Hiraiwa to Hop Chong Chee I
. e "Y. a I
E C Pohlmann et al to L!e A J
Recorded Dec. 10, 1912.
Maria Ena (widow) to David
Dowsett, P A; general powers. B 36,
1) 345. Jan 5, 1912.
Kamaka (w) to Mary K McCabe, D;
int in R P 991, Kul 2595, rents, etc,
Heeia, Koolaupoko, Oahu; SI. B 382,
p 234. Jan 31, 1905.
Jose C Sousa and wf to J Alfred
Magoon, D; 4640 Bq ft of R P 1980,
Kul 6735, Kapalama, Honolulu; $380.
B 382, p 235. Dec 7. 1312.
Lee Chun Shee and as Atty et al to
Lee Tan, D; 1-2 int in real property,
bldg, furniture, etc, Leleo, Honolulu;
$1,000. B 382, p 236. June 5, J911.
Kalua K Pololu and hsb (W) to G
A Somma, D; Ap 2 of R P 1379, Kul
2060, Kaneohe, Koolaupoko, Oahu:
$100. B 370, p. 400. Dec 9, 1912.
Kalua K Polohi and hsb(W) to G
A Somma, D; Ap 2 of R P 1379, Kul
2060, Kaneohe, Koolaupoko, Oahu;
$100. B 370, p 400. Dec 9, 1912.
Uliuokalani Trust by Trs to Lilian
Keamalu, D; 5146 sq ft of R P 5588,
Kul 4852, Waikiki, Honolulu; $100. B
370, p 401. Aug 13, 1912.
Lillian Keamalu to August Bomke,
M; R P 2579 and Kul 1455, and. por
R P 5588, Waikiki, Honolulu; $400. B
367, p 420. Dec 7, 1912.
John Lemes by Regr, Notice; of de
cree of title in Land Reg Court Case
No 208, Honolulu. B 376, p 367. Dec
'Maria K Ena (widow) by Atty to C
Bolte Tr, M; 4195 sq ft land, bldgs,
rents, etc, Miller St, Honolulu; $4000.
B 367, p 422. Dec 10, 1912.
Harry T Walker and wf to Mutual
Bldg & Loan Socy of Hawaii Ltd, M;
lot 14 and pors lot 15, blk B, bldgs,
rents, etc, Magoon tract, Honolulu;
$3000. B 367, p 425. Nov 13, 1912."
Stella K Kea and by Tr to August
Bomke, D; ot 4 of Gr 3493, rents, etc,
Honolulu; $2500. B 382, p 238. Dec
Chun Chock Wa and wf to Mutual
Bldg & Loan Socy of Hawaii Ltd, M;
2642 sq ft of R P 4484-, Kul 7712, Ap
6, Part 3At bldgs, rents, etc, Kukui
St, Honolulu; $2000. B 367, p 429.
Dec 7, 1912.
Wm Low to Tam Look, B S; one E-M-P
30-hp, V S shops, Hilo; $100. B
376, p 343. Sept 20, 1911.
Leon Peralto to Lai Hip, M; 1-2 of
lot 12, Gr 4075, Kaumana, Hilo, Ha
waii; $230.37 and advs $119.63. B 379,
p 136. Dec 2, 1912.
William McKay to Edwin H Cant,
D; Patents 4140-4139 and 8029, Kahe
na, Puna, Hawaii; $650. B 372, p 417.
Dec 7, 1912. v
David Kamaholelani and wf et al to
Toyojiro Tanita, D; int in 2 acres
land, Kukuau 2nd, S Hilo; $500. B
378, v 57. Sept 30, 1912.
Eldora Deacon to Laupahoehoe Su
gar Co, L; 82 98-100 acres of lot 39,
L P 4762, Waikaumalo-Maulua, N Hi
lo, Hawaii; 5 yrs at $4.50 per acre
per an. B 373, p 303. Nov 11, 1912.
C K Maguire to First Trust Co of
Hilo Ltd. B S; leasehold, bldgs, fix
tures, etc, Pnueo, S Hilo; $300. B 376,
p 344. Oct 31, 1912.
Est of James Wight by Trs et al by
Jdge to United States of America,
Judgment; condemning 3 acres land,
water rights, Rts W, etc, Mahukona, N
Kohala, Hawaii. B 376, p 347. June
Young Men's Savs Socy Ltd to Mrs
Mary Avery, Rel; 2 70-100 acres land,
Haiku-uka, Makawao, Maui; $150. B
381. p 92. Dec 5, 1912.
Mary Nance and hsb (V G) to Young
Men's Savs Socy Ltd, M; 2 70-100 acres
land, Haiku-uka, Makawao, Maui;
$250. B 381, p 93. Dec 5, 1912.
LIVER AND BOWELS
The millions of Cascaret users neTei
have Headache, Constipation, Bil
iousness or Sick Stomach.
It is more necessary that you keep
your Bowels, Liver and Stomach
clean, pure and fresh than it is to
keep the sewers and drainage of a
large city free from obstruction.
Are you keeping clean ;nside with
Cascarets or merely forcing a pas
sageway every few days with salts,
cathartic pills or castor oil? This is
Cascarets immediately cleanse and
regulate the stomach, re'.uove the
sour, undigested and fermenting food
and foul gases; take the excess bile
from the liver and carry out of the
system the constipated waste matter
and poison in the intestines and bow
els. No odds how badly and uppoc you
feel, a Cascaret tonight will straight
en you out by morning. They work
while you sleep. A K'-cent box from
your druggist will keep your head
clear, stomach sweet and your liver
and bowels regular tor montlu. Iton't
forget the children their little in
sides need a good, gentle cleansing,
To the Advertiser
Crippled by a broken starboard tai!-'stmr
shaft, the Oceanic Steamship Com-1 Sunday. January 19.
pany's trans-Pacilic liner Sonoma.! Maui. Molokai and. Lanai
J. P. Trask. is limping throusrni
the South Pacific bound from Svdnev .
to San Francisco, via Honolulu. j
News of the accident reached San '
Francisco today in a cablegram to the ;
chamber of commerce marine bureau. !
I This message was sent by wireless I
from the ship
under the orders of
Captain Trask. i
The wireless message was caught at
Suva. Fiji Islands, and cabled from i
there. It reads:
Steamer Sonoma from Svdnev to
San Francisco reports by wireless
broke starboard tailshaft. Vessel was
950 miles north of Pago Pago. Is
proceeding slowly, all on board well."
When the accident occurred the lin
er was four days out of Sydney, head-
In lowarus rago rago
She had her
fu complement of passengers. The
ve8sel was originally due at Hono-
lulu in about two weeks.
official8 Qf company sajd thig
afternoon that the averaee Kneed of
the Sonoma is sixteen miles an hour
They estimate that the incapacitation
of one engine will reduce the speed
for the remainder of the trip four or
Kmore knots an hour.
En route to Washington, where she
will spend the next fesv months while
congress is in session, Princess Ka
lanianaole, wife of Prince Cnpid, Ha
waii's Delegate to Congress, arrived
at San Francisco from Honolulu on
the liner Manchuria, Prince Kalani
anaole left Washington a few days
ago and met the Princess on the
The Princess was accompanied by
J. F. Colburn, manager of the Kapio
lani Estate, Colburn's little son, llnd
Mrs. Mildred Gear, widow of the late
Judge Gear, of Honolulu, who divorc
ed George S. McKenzie, real estate
broker and mining man here, two
"You may say that I have no in
tentions of making another matrimo
nial experiment," said Mrs. Gear. "I
am now carefree and am possessed
of no worries, so why make a change?
I don't think time will make any dif
ference In my case. I am well pleased
to remain as I am. I can go where I
please and have a splendid time. The
Princess lst charming and we have
had a lovely time. One can go to
Hawaii, enjoy one's self and still re
turn to San Francisco without any in
tention to wed."
Paul Deschanel, who was reelected
yesterday president of the French
chamber of deputies, formally declar
ed himself as a candidate for the Pre
sidency of the Republic.
The other candidates who have been
announced for the same position are
Premier Raymond Poincare and ex
Premier Felix Ribot; while Jules
Pama, minister of agriculture; Anto
nin Duboise, who was reelected pre
sident of the senate; Mr. Dupay, min
ister of public works, and Theophile
Delcasse, minister of "marine, unoffi
cially are in the running.
Bonds submitted for the release of
Frank M. Ryan, T. H. .Houlihan and
William Schupe, sentenced to terms
in prison for conspiracy in' the alleg
ed transportation of dynamite, were
disapproved by District Attorney
Charles W. Miller, of Indianapolis, in
the United States circuit court of ap
peals at Chicago Ujday.
The court also declined to issue a
writ of supersedeas admitting to bail
Herbert H. Hockin, of Indianapolis,
who was sentenced to six years in the
federal prison at Leavenworth, Kan
sas. Today's meeting of the ambassadors
of the Powers was devoted chiefly to
a discussion of the means of putting
a brake on the threatened resumption
of the war in the Balkans and it is
quite evident that both sides would
welcome the discovery of an accept
able way to avoid further fighting.
The representatives of Bulgaria,
Greece, Montenegro and Servia de
clare that they must protect their own
Japan is making preparations to im
prove her commercial relations with
the South and Central American re
publics in view of the approaching
completion of the Panama Canal.
Count Ryoji Noda, secretary of the
Japanese legation at Rio de Janeiro,
Brazil, arrived at Willemstad, Cura
cao, today on a visii on behalf of the
The supreme court of Virginia has
L refused new trials to Floyd and
Claude Allen, the brothers who shot
up a courtroom and killed the judge
and several others in.an effort to free
a prisoner, one of the Allen family.
The refusal of the court to interfere
makes their electrocution tomorrow
Fifty lawyers, who hope to gain for
their clients more than $10,000,000
damages for loss of life and property
on the illfated steamship Titanic, are
arraigned today against attorneys for
the White Star Line in the federal
SIMPLE MIXTURE HELPS
That simple remedies are best has;
again been proven. The Hollister;
Drug Co. reports that many Honolulu!
people are receiving QFICK benefit
from simple buckthorn bark, glycer
ine, etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka. the!
German appendicitis remedy. A
SINGLE DOSE helps sour s;omaeh,
gas on the stomach and constipation
INSTANTLY because this simple
mixture antiseptic.izps the digestive
organs and draws off the impurities.
To those who beiieve in fortune Tell
ers charms or love powders, ignorance
W:sSELS TO ARRIVE
Saturday, January 18
via way ports - Mauna
Maui Port? Claudiiie. stmr
Kauai ports Kir.au. fmr.
Monday, January 20
Hongkong via Japan ports Nile. P.
M. S. S.
San Francisco Ventura, O. S. S.
Tuesday. January 21.
San Francisco Wilhehnina, M. N.
Hilo via way ports Mauna Kfa.
Kona-Kau Ports Kilauea. stmr.
Wednesday. January 22.
Kauai orts JV. G. Hall. stmr.
Thursday, January 23
San Francisco China, P. M. S. S.
Maui ports Claudine, stmr.
Friday, January 24
Salina Cruz via San Francisco and
Sound ports Arizonan, A. H. S. S.
Saturday, January 25.
Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea,
Monday, January 27.
Sydney via Pago Pago Sonoma, O.
Tuesday, January 28
Sydney via Auckland and Suva
Makura, C. A. S. S.
Hongkong via Japan ports Mon
golia, P. M. S. S.
Wednesday, January 29
Sen Francisco Manchuria, P. M.
Vancouver and Victoria Makura.
C. A. S. S.
TESSE1S TO DEPART
Thursday, January 16.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr, 5
p. m. v
Friday, January 17.
San Francisco Sheridan, U. S. A. T.
San Francisco Sherman, U. S. A.T.
Maui ports Claudine, stmr., b p. m.
Saturday, January 18.
Salina Cruz via Island ports Mex
ican, A.-H. S. S.
Hilo via Lahaina Mauna Kea, stmr.
3 p. m.
Monday, January 20.
Kahului and Lahaina Claudine,
stmr., 5 p. m.
Sydney via Pago Pago Ventura, O.
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr., 5 p. m.
Tuesday, Jan. 21.
Maui, Molokai and Lanai ports Li
kelike, stmr., 5' p. m.
San Francisco Nile, P. M. S. S.
Sap" Francisco Lurline, M. N. S.S.
Eureka Harlesden, Br. stmr.
Kauai ports Kinau, stmr., 5
Wednesday, January 22.
Hilo via way ports Mauna
stmr., 10 a, m.
Thursday, Jan. 23.
Japan ports, Manila and Hongkong
China, P. M. S. S. .
Kauai port8 W. G. Hall, stmr., 5
Friday, Jan. 24.
Kona and Kau ports Kilauea, stmr.,
Maui port Claudine, stmr., 5 p. m.
Monday January 27.
San Francisco Sonoma, O. S. S.
Tuesday, Jan. 28.
San Francisco Mongolia, P. M. 8.
Victoria and Vancouver Makura,
C.-A. S. S.
Hilo via Lahaina Mauna Kea, stmr.
3 p. m.
Saturday, January 25.
Wednesday, Jan. 29.
Japan ports, Manila and Hongkong
Manchuria, P. M. S. S.
Sydney via Suva and Auckland
Marama, C.-A. S. S.
Mails are due from the following
points as follows:
San Francisco Ventura, Jan. 20.
Victoria Marama, Jan. 29.
Colonies Sonoma, Jan. 26.
Yokohama Nile, Jan. 21.
Mails will depart for the following
points as follows:
Yokohama China, Jan. 23.
Vancouver Makura, Jan. 28.
Colonies Ventura, Jan. 20.
San Francisco Transport, Jan. 17.
Logan, sailed Honolulu for Guam and
Manila. Jan. 15.
Sherman arrived Honolulu, Jan. 14.
Warren, stationed at the Philippines.
Thomas, from Honolulu for Guam and
Manila, Arrived Jan. 3.
Dix, from Honolulu for Manila,
sailed Dec. 8.
Sheridan arrived Honolulu, Jan. 14.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai
ports, Jan. 16. Mr. and Mrs. William
Dean, Mrs. J. H. Bole. A. M. Mc
Bryde, L. W. Branch, Mr. and Mrs.
F. G. Hummel. A. Gartley. J. T. Mc
Crosson. Philip Stringer. Mr. and Mrs.
F. C. Stringer. Mrs. C. H. Holden and
child. Francis Gay. Miss Block, Wm.'
Dean, Henry A. Chong.
Per stmr. ("audine, for Lahaina and
Kahului ports, Jan. 17. L. Aaron, Mr
and Mrs. M. Jourdane. Miss M. Oetzel.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hilo via
way ports. Jan. IS. W. A. Swinerton
and wife, Mr. and .Mrs. H. Holmes, It.
A. Kearns, R. I. Lillie, H. Glass, R.
Per stmr. Likelike, for Maui and Mo-
;0kai pens. Jan. 21. Mr. and Mrs. G.
p. Wilder. Capt. Edwards. Capt. Game,
3. q. Wilder Sr.. S. G. Wilder. Jr..
H. Hand. A. F. Judd, L. M. Judd.
Never hesitate aDout giving Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy to children.
It contains no onium or other narcot-J
ics and can be sriven w'th imnlicit con-:
fidenc. As a quick cure for coughs!
and colds to which children are sus-1
ceptible, it is unsurpassed. For sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co ,
Ltd., agents for
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
"SYDNEY SHORT LINE"
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
S. S. Sonoma Jan. 24
S. S. Sierra Feb. 8
S. S. Ventura Feb. 21
TO SAN FRANCISCO, $65.00; ROUND TRIP. $110.00.
TO SYDNEY. $150.00; ROUND TRIP, $225.00
Sailing Lists and Folders on Application to C. BREWER A CO,
LTD., General Agents.
Sailings from Honolulu on
FOR THE ORIENT
Siberia (via Manila) Jan. 15
China (via Manila) Jan. 23
Manchuria (via Manila) Jan. 29
Nile (via Manila) Feb. 14
Mongolia (via Manila) . Feb. 21
Persia (via Manila) Mar. 14
Korea (via Manila) Mar. 21
Siberia Apr. 4
China (via Manila) Apr. 11
Manchuria (via Manila). Apr. 18
For general information apply to
He Haolrfeld & Co.,
T0Y0 I0SEBI KAISMA
Steamers of the above Company
or akout the dates mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT
S. S. Chiyo Maru Feb. 7
8. S. Nippon Maru Feb. 27
S. S. Tenyo Maru Mar. 7
Calls at Manna, omitting call at Shangnat, I
CASTLE & C00KE, LIMITED, Agents, Honbluni. v
Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu.!
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
8. 8. Lurline Jan. 15
8. S. Wilhelmina .Jan. 21
8. 8. Honolulan Jan. 29
8. S. Lurline Feb. 12
8. S. HYADES sails from Seattle for Honolulu1 ortor bout JANUARY'':
18. . ' .- v-
For further particulars, apply to jht; mu ,U; - , . t .'Vi
CASTLE & COOKE, LTDGeneral; Agents, Honolulii v'
CANADIAN - AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE
For Suva, Auckland & Sydney:
8. S. Marama Jan. 29
8. 8. Makura .Feb. 28
8. 8. Zealandia . Mar. 28
S.S. Marama ..........Apr. 23
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO.
FROM NEW T0RK T0 HONOLULU
Via Tehuantepee, every sixth day.. Freight received at all times at the "
Company's wharf, 41sl Street, South Brooklyn . V., ?r- - U ,
FROM SEATTLE OR TAC0MA T0 HONOLULU DIRECT
8. 8. ARfZONAN to sail about ..t... ...... ,,.,.,....;,i.Jan. 18th.
8. S. VIRGINIAN to sail about .....Jan. 27th. 4
S. 8. ALASKAN to sail about , .. 1., Fib. 7th .
For further Information ajpiy to H. HACKFELO eV CO LTD
gents, Honolulu. , C P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. 7
Oahu Rail way Time Table
For Walanae, Walalua. Kahukn and
Way Stations 9: 15 a. m.. 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mi!! and Way
Stations 17:30 a. m., 9:)5 a. m.,
11:30 a. m., 2:15 p. m., 4J:20 p. m.,
5:15 p. m., 9:30 p. m., til: 15 p. m.
For Wahiawa and Leilehua 10:20
a. in., 5:15 p. m., 19:30 p. nx, tll:15
Arrive Honolulu from Kabuku, Wal
alua and Walanae 8:38 a. nx, 5:31
Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and
Pearl City 17: 45 a. m., 8:38 a. m.,
11:02 a. m., 1:40 p. m, 4:2 p. m.,
5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa and
Leilehua 9:15 a. m., tl: 40 p. m.,
5:31 p. m., tl0:l0 p. m.
The Haleiwa limited, a two-hour
train (only first ' class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:36 a. m.; returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited
stops only at Pearl City and Waianae
outward, and Waianae, Waipabu and
Pearl City inward.
Dally. tSunday Excepted. Sun
O. P. DENISON, F. C. SMITH.
Superintendent Q. P. A.
IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN
Anywhere at Any Time, Call on or
E. C. DAKE'S ADVERTISING
124 Sansome Street San Francisco
WILL DO IT
FOR SYDNEY. N. 8. W.
S. S. Ventura Jan. 20
S. S. Sonoma Feb. 17
S. S. Ventura Mar. 17
or about the following dates:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Nile ; Jarv 21
Mongolia Jan. 28
Persia Feb. 18
Korea Feb. 25
Siberia , Mar. 11
China Mar. 18
Manchuria Mar. 25
Nile Apr. 8
Mongolia Apr. 15
Ltd - Afsonta
wm call at an! lsava Haaotaia M '
. X .
FOR BAN FfANCiCO
8. 8. Nippon Maru .....Fen. 4
8. 8. Tcny, Mara.M.,.,Fel4.,ir
8. 8. Shinyo Maru ......Mar. 4
8. 8. Lurline ...... Jan. 21
S. 8.'Wilhelminj,jvV.JarW;29r '
8. S. Honolulan 1. Feb. 4 ..."
,For Victoria A Vancouver, B.C.: ' '
S. 8. , Makura . ..Jan 2S
8. &. Zealandl &......Feb. 25
' S. 8. Marama . V;t i. . Mar.. 25 '
8. 8.' Makura k .. Apr. 22 :"
HE everchanginjTscenery on the
Feather RIvef Route" takes "away
the tifed , feeling experienced to
long journeys across the country.
The magnificent . canyons, the . glori
ous waterfalls and the almost end
less streams and azure shaded xnous
tains supplies enjoyment not found
on other lines.
FRED. L WALDRON, LTD.
WESTERN PACIFIC RAIL
"NORTH . OF 53"
They use ice for fondation for
cement walks where they have
them. Down here the builders
delight in using our crushed
rock and sand.
b Draying Co., Ltd.,
Queen St. : : Robinson Bldg.
EMMELITH & CO., LTD.
PLUMBERS and SHEET METAL
STOVES and RANGES
Corner King and Bishop Streets
Phone No. 3067
For catalogue and information
HONOLULU 'RON WORKS
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