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I'RIIJAY. Jl'I.V 29, I90j.
Kute.td al the Pintolfiee nl Ililo, Ha.
wall, as second-class matter
Ptflll.tmilUl HVHKV I'KIHAV.
J, CASTI.lt UtlHlWAV Kclitoi
I). V. Mxusil business Manager
KNOW HOW TO VOTE.
Acting Governor Atkinson vcrj
properly ichuiiis the itnputntion cast
on the Territory's votimj population
by Professor lleinnrd Moses ol
Stanford Univetsitj, who states
that the Hnwaiiansare incapable of
One of the .surprises which every
traveler meets in tliescislands utile
hij;h standard of intelligence of the
Hawaiiaus, as compared with other
races which have enjoyed the bless
ings of civilization so .short a time.
Nearly every Hawaiian child of
school age and every adult Hawaii
an is able to read and write their
own or the KnglMi language. This
is largely due to the efficient school
system which has been maintained
in the islands. To say that the
Hawaiiaus arc not entitled to suff
rage is to voice the last reverberating
echo of those who sought to deny
the people their rights and failed.
Theic is every reason to hope for
the ' ultimate success of popular
government and the enactment of n
county act which will stand the
test of the courts and convince the
skeptics of the entire ability of the
Hawaiiaus to govern themselves
Hil.o need not expect to receive
the Republican Territorial Conven
tion or any other assemblage re
quiring the accommodatipu of a
considerable number of guests until
there is a hotel to receive visitors.
The first question asked by the
tourist traveler, as well by others
who seek a change of scenery from
the dull life of Honolulu, is "Is
there a hotel in Ililo?" We can
readily imagine the answer and
whatever rooming and boarding
establishments there may be, does '
not suffice the average prospective!
visitor. The result is that many i
Tim weekly" hiu)
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Ithnl Teams .llniirutrr for I'iihIIIou
hi Mulch Hume.
(treat interest M Mug shown both in
Honolulu nml Ililo over the two name of
ehess now being plnyeil 1y wireless be-
tween the two clubs. A tiuive ench way
HAWAII, l'RlDAV, JULY 3$, 15)04.
aiuuist 'mot -hi nxvi:xi:
linlirc I'ni'Noim to Until I'lrM Session
r Court Slurr tppiilulmcul.
Judge Charles F Parsons will convene
his lint term of the Circuit Court of the
I'ourth Circuit on Tucsdnv next m u
o'clock, nl the Ililo courl house. Owing
i dnily transmitted by the Wireless Tele-1 to the number of cases In which he Is
disqualified, the first budget of cases
which be will he called upon to Iry, Is
sm.tii il.ccacmlar Is tint n lnn ,...
Moi'lac's No! ice of in-
Icnllon lo Foreclose
Notice is hereby given that pursuant lo
the power of sale conliiiucil in that cer
tain mortgage ilalcil April 14th A. I), iuo.i
nml that certain supplemental tnorlgnge
tinted September 1st 1901, each m.ule by
. namaiia 10 11. Hnckfeld S. Company,
'( " " chii-m a
but in those rases where Judge Parsons I Limited, which said inortitagi
graph Company, and thus far eight
moves h ive been made In the respective
games. Two chess boards showing the
chessmen in the relative positions of the
piny nre open to inspection at the Hoard
of Trade rooms on Waiaiiueiiue street,
and persons Interested are invited to re
cord ill n book provided for that purpose
KIIV St!l'l'lSlintl of nili'leilit.. M....uo 1
"" , -........ .. 1 -,ut iriHcsciiiniircnr mat omce. Tile " ioreciose llle sum mortgage nud .sun-
committee f t1P Hilo Chess Club co... 'juries arc called for Thursday morning. I pleinvntnl mortgage forcondilion broke ..
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Household furniture, ehiim, glassw r.
ferns, plant, chickuiis, two cows, thru
young heifers, one thoroughbred Jrrt v
bull, and one horse and rubber tlrnl bu
gy. Pur stile at my residence at W il i-km-
JOHN McTAC.C UT
cannot sit, Judge Dellolt will doubtVss I plemental morigage are recoided
de. Cnrl S. Sitiilli ltegister Office, Oiliti, in I.ibcr
1 1.. ,1...
be called upon lo preside. Cnrl S. Sitiltli I Agister Oflice. Onhti. in UW ,e
atltir.irq fur llm TMrplt.... ....til .t tin.t..u t..r i ..... .1.. ..
' - -w,",j, .nun mr'iir- ri."'"o -i -tii., uic mongagee, . v,.i 111, .... "e iiiru s ici iileml iil b ililers on
rival of Atlor.iev Cen.-rnl A,u..u.. nr Hnckfebl t' t 1...1...1 ,.. I 'N""ce In hereby gUcn that the follow-' f 4 .., . " ""K ' ."?"' ""
some representative of that office. The to foreclose the s.,.,1 mortgage and .u. ! ""Tl ..n"l ''T' J'"'! '"T'' for turned lo bidder atter be la, L H.'i
,. Plemental mortL.al.,.rnrr,wl!ii..i..i... """"-"' "" '" "I'l'lMI lioir.ls his bid nml .-, I ,. ..,... . .,
- ' jjiuns nun speci
New Koad, 22-Mile, Ohm,
Hawaii, T. II.
I'roposals will be received at the ofllre
of thc.Superlnlen.leiit of Public Works,
Honolulu, until n o'clock m. of July j5,
lyo, for constructlne ii.wxi feel of tin,.
posed jj.tnile road, Olia, from Volrano
KimiI to Stiitiou no ixi. (linn, Hawaii.
J 1'lansiind .specifications aie on file at
the office of Hie Assistant Superintendent
of Public Works, Honolulu, and with I.
'K. Uichards, Agent Deparlmmt of Pub.
lie Works, Ililo, Hawaii, conies of ulnel.
will be liiruisbcd iiitemliug bidders 011
make such moves as seem best. Game A
is along the lines of Ruv Loot onenlnir.
nnd Gime li is belne coildticted as ore
scribed in the Queen's Gambit Declined
As yet a dep-irlure has not been made
from the moves laid down bv the book.
although il is expected shortly the two
games will assume individual character.
istics which can be developed along other
The Chess Club was entertained bv Dr.
and Mrs. Heiirv Haves last- Kitur.l.iv
evening. Thus far Sheriff Andrews Is
11he.nl iu the club tournament, although
other plajers of undoubted merit un
steadily gaining points. The club meets
tomorrow evening nt the home of Mi.
.mil Airs. Marsh.
The club score at the close of thcl.in ' and J. P. Amaral.
days of the term, It is especially desired
mat an persons ilesiriug to become nat
uralized ns citleus, shall present them,
selves with their witnesses. Already
quite a number have signified their inten
tion lo become citizens, as this will prob
ably be the last opportunity befnie the
next general election In November lo
qualily as voters
The jurors impanelled nre ns follows:
Grand Jury J. Hnmilioii, I'. G.Snow,
Manuel de Aruda, J. A. Kodgers, Otto
W. Rose, J. M. Herring, John Kiijr..
W. I). Schmidt, Gns Supe, J. D. liaston,
Jns. Webster, J. V. Jaklus, Win. Higgins,
I-'rank Gcrt, A. S. Wall, Herman Gcr
lach. Wm. Kaiwl, W. Reinharill, M. V.
Holmes, O. U. l'.ngllsh. H. S. Ulckard
meeting was as follows:
Mr. Hitchcock ....
Trial Jury J. M. Kauwila. I): K. I?n.
liko.J. K. Linn Jr., Chas. U. Kennedy,
C. K. Illacow, A. G. Curtis, Tim Madden,
W. A. CariHMiter, Wm. Vannatta, Ronald
C. Kennedy, Andrew Long, John Mc
Taggart, A. P. Schoen, Win. Hbcllng, H.
I'ulir. C. II. fisher, S. C. Shaw. Win. H.
Shipman, Robt. Horner, W. K. Kenla.
waa, A. I-,. rnlloch. R. T. Guard. 1. T.
,. r 11 i 1 ., . " .. iiiiiuun, k. i.iiuarn, 1. 1.
fhe following shows the moves thus far stacker. W. J. Stone, R. A. I.ucas n.,,1
made by wireless:
2. K Kt - IU.
3- Kt S.
6. P - Q4.
7- 1' - KS,
.S. Kt x P.
W. II. C. Campbell.
lerest when due
Notice i hereby likewise given thai
the property conveyed by said mortgage,
and supplemental mortgage will be sold!
at public auction nt the front of the court
house nt Hllo, Ibliunl nud Territory of
Hawaii, on the 1S1I1 day of Anmisl. A. I). '
1904, nt 12 o'clock, noon.
The property coneyed by said mort
gage nud supplemental mortgage con
(1) Lease executed by W. H. Ship
man lo Y. Jlamatl.t under date of August
9111,1901, (Utilising to the latter for n
term of leu ears from mid after the 1st
day of July, A. I). tSyy, at an annual ren
tal of $140.00. Lot Number 14 in Ship
man's subdivision of that certain tract of
land reserved by him at the o Mil,. p,,i
on the Volcano Road, at Keaau, in the
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
Geo. P. Tulloch, Chairman;
Chas. G. Mncomber.
I'OURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
H. W. ILiriinrd, Chairman;
I. H. Rav,
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Acting Gov ei nor.
The Capitol, Honolulu, ulv avl, 1904.
Hoad Maliiilidiui lo IMni-line.
Proposals must be submitted on blank
forms, which will be furnished b the
Assistant Superintendent ol Public
Works, and enclosed in a sealed env lope,
endorsed "Proposal for lluildlng ji.ixm
I'eet of Proposed 22.Mile Road, Olat.,
Hawaii, T. II."
Knch proposal must contain the full
name of the party or parties making the
same, nnd must be accompanied by a cei
lified check of 5 of u,t. (,m,.uut of the
proixis.il, pa) able to C. S. Hollowav,
Suiieriiitcnileiit of Public Works, as
surety that if the proposal be accepted .1
contract will be entered into.
No proposal will )e entertnincd unless
m.ule 011 blanks furnished ,y tiK. A,sjk.
taut Superintendent of Public Works and
deliurcd at the office of the Suni-rlm
dent of Public Works previous to 12
P - K4.
Q Kt - It3.
' - Q 3
K Kt - lu.
P x P.
Kt - K5.
Q Kt -113.
i - Kt s.
K Kt - II3.
2. P - K3.
3. K Kt - P.3.
5- II - K2.
imvnUrc nr.. h,-:., ..:.. . i ' At a special meeting of the execnthe
11:1 ,. , . committee of the Republican District
Ililo as an uninviting spot, and the , .-.... ..,.. , .' ...... , .. ..
.- ;."... ...i.n.t. Hem ii,si cl-k 111 inc iiirec
energetic uuiei cierK in Honolulu
July 22, Friday Hark Roderick Dim,
Ingalls, Master, 70 passengers, with cargo
of sugar: Hakalau, 2.990 bags; Ililo
Sugar Co.. 7,495 bags; coffee Louisson
Hros., 35,800 lbs., and general merchan
dise amounting to $75. Total cargo,
July 24, Sunday Sch. Charles Levi
Woodbury, Harris, Master, from H0110.
lulu, with general cargo.
July 25th, Monday Am.-IIaw. S. S.
Anierlcau, Morrison, Master, from Kahu
lui and Honolulu, with 4,200 barrels of
lime, consigned to Theo. II. Davies & Co.,
Ltd. Loading sugar.
The bark Amy Turner will prob ibly
sail for San Francisco tomorrow or early
looking after the interests of his
own hostelry, never loses the
oppoi utility to discredit the advan
tages of the trip.
Tax Appeal Courts.
VnllfaiinK.... .'.. .1.:.. .. .... .1- ...
...... i --"- i'i.i in mi issue 01 iiienp-
tors room of the Hank, d.stnctmagistrates . poiutment of Tax Appeal Courts for this
"I im nun were rccom- island as rollows:
uiende.irorreappoint.nen. L. H. Swain i West Hawaii, Third Circuit-George
received the endorsement of the com-1 P. Tulloch, president; Chas. G Macon.,
mittec forjudge at Laupahoel.oe, since I her, Franz lluchhol.
Judge II. S. Richard was unable to get Hast Hawaii (Hilo), Fourth Circuit-
iu.ltin , ,., ireciiii cud lor " iiarnarii, pre.s.uenl, I. H. Ray, L.
rAimuiliii 'n j... ., .. Scvpr'iiiw. -
Proposals will be received at the office
of the Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu. T. 11. mult i-. ,.'.,i..i. ... . i-
... ........ ... llITilllll. Ill 1 I If" , -.--......, . . ( 1 W l.llll K 11. Ill
District of Puna, Island and Territory ol August ist, 1904, Tor constructing the I "'clock .... on the dav specified
11 .1 ' 1 if..i...i .. . ... . . .... .. . . iv-,,""
........1.. lUiiii KiiiiuiKoiia 10 ruuuue,
(2) Lease to a certain lot of l.m,l nl, North Kohala. H-iuaii. T. II.
the iiiauka side of Front Street, tei r,.,.i Plans and specifications are mi fit., nt
distant in a northerly direction from the ,llL' 'r,ci! "' tllt? Assistant Superintendent
oouimary Detween Pui.ahiu nnd Po.i.i- '" ' ,,,,llc works, nud with J. Hind.
Iiawail, having a frontatrc of .is f..Hi ..,, Chairman of the North Kobaln Un.nl
said street, running back ux) feet and be-' Iloan, Hawaii, T. II. , copies of which
fug 38 feet in width nt the rear, situate in wl1' ,,e furnished inUnding bidders on
Tfilri. lul.llltl n.wl T..:. ...- it , rfri'illl lf -te itr ...l.fntt o Ill 1..
hiiiij- 111 Hawaii; 1 j' .nn smu mu ue re
said lease having been executed under l,mu-'d to the bidder after he has de-
illlli. nf nl....r ...I. . r . . ir.ll.l I.iu 1,1,1 ,...1 ...... 1 ... ..
v..u..i.i .in, lyui, .or a period i'"-" - "ii mm niium-u me piaus
of 15 years fro... and after the 1st dav of n,11 specifinations.-
December, 1901, by Charles Vitriienuv to' Propos..s must be submitted on the
said Y. Ham.ula. , l,k forms, which Will be furnisbed by
(3) Lease to Lot Number 35, as show 1. the Assistant Superintendent of Public
mi mit nf initl .i l... 1 t r .. . ait 1
i"" !"" " mi-mini 01 funalioa 1 worKS, anil enclosed in a scaled e.ivel
road Mahukonn to Puiihue, District of' The Superintendent reserves the right
10 reject nny or nil Mils.
C. S. HOLLOWAV,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, July 5, igoj. 37.
Notice of Assessment.
Mnuiia Coffee Plantation. Location of
principal place of business, San Fran
cisco California; location of works or
plantation, Ola.i District, Maud of Ha
waii, Hawaii Territory.
Notice, is hereby given that at a tnci-l.
ing of the Hoard of Directors, held on the
011 nie ill llle ollice of Lharles I-iiriieuiiv. one nildressi-il In linn. (' c tin
situate in Mid Hilo. Hawaii: said lease Superintendent of Public UWLw n,.,.. i "'. "-V "' Jl,,-V "W. nu assessment
having been executed under dale or lulu, T. II., endorsed "Proposal for Con-1 , i r""vc t'" cent, being f.vtxi per
June ist, 1902. by Charles Furncaux to strttcting Road Mahukona to Puulnie N ."''. "'''" CVIecl ,,,0M ll,c ""'"crila-il
Mid V. Haniada, for n term of fourteen Kohala, Hawaii, T, H." f',lli "ck of the Corporation, payable
1 .... ' Itllll1f.1in,..1.. I.. tT. .!....! .... .
yeiirs ami six months (rout anil nfier il,..
., , , , . . - ....iv.ii fiuui.u iiiusi contain me lull
istdayofjuiie. A. D. 1002. nt m, niiiii.ni r., ... . .. "I
rental of. "'- l'any or parties uialcing Hie
I same and must lie accompanied by a ccrti-
. " v '1 . ll,L"1r'1'1' lI,l,e ","1 '"ncr" a fi'd check of 5 of the amount of the pro
sa .Hamada,na..,l to all and every posal, payable to C. S. Holloway, Super
mil, hug and buildings upon the premises intended ol Public Woiks. as suretv .,,
,, . . .M...iviin 1.-11111-11 oinicsiioid L.I11H
Had, proposal must contain the full to the Secretary, at the office of the Co 1
uneofthe nartvor Diiriirs ii.nL-in., ,i. 4 . ... "-"niieuira.
II. HACKFKLD & CO., LTD..
Its duly authorised director
Terms: Cash, U. S. Gold Coin. ,1,.! .1
at expense of purchaser.
Dated, July 22. 1001.
F. H. Thompson, nltorney for .Mortgage
if the proposal be accepted 11 contract
will be entered into.
No proposal will be entertained unless
111 ule on the blanks furnished by the
Assistnnt Supcriiitemleiitof Public Works
nnddelherednt the office of the Super
intendent of Public Works previous to
12 o'clock 111. 011 the day specified.
1 lie Superintendent reserves the right
.. ... . , ..
..... ...g.t mora, tone 01 J illo reappointment. The appointment'of the ,
must be maintained at any cost, ' present office force in the Circutt Clerk M
even though the Sheriff and his0iricL' wns approved and F. Hrughelli
Iiirec :ir. ,iniii,.ll,.,1 1., ,..rl- ....-- endorsed for appraiser of publ ice lands. '
time. When reproductions of works Sffl S R."!. S?1 ftte -ourt,, Precinct
of orl nro rami nm.ii.,1 !.,.... . . -. ' ' " , ...ill I.- I.. .1.1 .. ...u... .
", '-"'-""- uv.i-.uisv: ,jr. ami M. . Gouvea appear to have , ' u" l rl,la '"'Kst o, 190),
3.9..0 Campbell Hlock. Honolulu. t reject any or all bids.
W I ,v o ,,
v.. o. JlWIl,vJVA,
Superiiitendeiit of Public Works
Subscribe for the Tuinuxij. Subscrip
tion f 2.50 per ) cur.
Honolulu, T. II. .July 18, 1904
pany, at Number 410 Market street. !..
the City and County of Sin Francisco.
Any stock iimjii which thisiissessme.it
shall remain unpaid on the 5H1 day of
September, 1904. will be delinquent and
advertised for silent public auction, ami
unless payment is made before, will be
sold on Monday, the loth day of October,
1904, to pay the delinquent assessment,
together with costs of advertising and
expenses of sale.
Hy order of the Hoard of Directors.
W. R. P. WIRTIILK.
Office: 4:0 Market Street, San Fran.
Cisco, California. 39 5
they appear 111 the nude or are sold been the only applicants and received the u,e Loi,rt I,onsc ,M Uil
u-e's sanction. James Mattoon , " "' Z """ " clock I
nunended for den.i.v fci,r ,. ' Umc al"1 I',nce " '-'
cheaply, we congratulate ourselves commute
oil iossessiug in our midst, critics 1 was recoiiitneii(lea for deputy sheriff at
who are guided by unselfish motives '"nl"oe
and are striving solely to uplift the What YHII llnppen.
coniniuuity out of the .slough of de-1 The Young Men's Republican Club are
pravitv in which wv are liable to '"ving no stone unturned to secure the
, iifciu-.u um.v-ii i.ioorou tne UoWala-Ku.
, kuiau road contract. From lust reports
1-um.ui, me jui.iucbc in ciiarc o! the
work, had enmloveil fifiv innn.cu i.ni
Portuguese and two Hawaiiaus, nud
Tim republican party is commit-
. 1 . inuKncse huh iwo iiawauans, nud
led to county government, and the ' threatened to discharge the Portuguese
passage of resolutions in the various ' ,V.'n!!,i i!ie.v wc.re .'J1'1?, to s,,ow iUeh
. , 1 , .... ... '"si oiiucs iiiuuraiwiiioii papers. He I
precinct clubs last Pnday night is was offering eight cents per hour for
the icfleclioii of the sentiments of ial",'r "",'! l,hre? ",e" .wfw recciviK iai '
,1... ..,..1. ..-i r., ..r., ....,. S" V..U. '.s. c!"u,,:,l ''y.tlw Kepublican
at the Court House in Hilo, between the
p. 111., at which
-lected six dele.
gates to the Territorial and nine dele-
gales to the District Convention.
I. H. RAY,
.. . President.
R A. LYMAN, Jr.,
Chairman First District Comtnittie.
ill 1aw n f 1 II 1 1 II I m I I W 111 h a a k
citiens seeking employmentnt Kukaiau, I UN OA I UHUAT. AUU. H. 1904
work at ' '
.1 , in,-, .. "'""' " " v.i.uuieii oy tue Kepuui 1
the rank and file of the party. The Club that there are a laree numbe
..,... l.l ;,..... ....... ....,. , citlens seeking einolovnii'Mi nt k-iiV..i
v 11111.M iv.tiii liiwi .iiMJaieiHiv does 1 . . 1 r..s ' ........ ....,,
. . . . " """ UULSlbut whoare uiiwll hnr to eo to wort .n
not want their delegates to the ter-, so small a wage. Word has been received ' At 2 o'clock p. ..... there will be sold nt
itorial and district conventions .ft ."lE0' Alki"" . r-tati,,,K public auction a ""
. . mat tne permission to use Asiatics by
wh ipsa wed about by the clever Whitehouse has been withdrawn, and the TUT fimnr nr 1 r- mu
.. ........... t. - I" BMha L. KJ n W
t 1 nu ui 1 lui- ur 1. c. nMi
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1904, AT 1:00 O'CLOCK P.M. ;
THE ROCKEY LOT
W ill be hold at Auction it the Front Door of My Office.
1 a ,
I. E. RAY, -
E. N. HOLMES 1
manipulators when the critical time
conies, as was done at the last ter
i itorial convention.
The Leaseholds of the two
...... iiiIiM1iII tIM 1111
young men nre now waiting to s.ee wha
Organization of the democrats of Hih
It is not necebsary for the Her- l?irst 11Uirici n perfected last week,
aid to i.rocl.iim from the limmo Inn. whe" ,p.,eRn fro'" each of the precincts
.... . , ' appeared in person or were represented,
Us unswerving support of county by prox) t a meeting held in FiJ "nflfimflll"flllH "Mnhnill!"
KOieinmeiit, althouKh there may , Hull, Wednesday evening. The prin- nUdKlllldU dllll lYIOIlOllll
be a suspicion in some men's minds cipal business was ,,e selection of ormcrl IIlcllI(lri, , te e
ofinsinceiity on the part of its vc"" committee, consisting of Hon. I Waiake.i Mill Co. and commonly known
editor. One need not look twice I C,,as' 3I' ,e,Ilontl' clwlniialii, anil Mai- " Hie Wniakea Fish Ponds.
.,,,., ui., ,i. nrii,i , -. ' Ualolm IIerv West, D. Hwuliko, and "l"et price for euch leasehold, so per
to see where the Herald Rets its ( ,.:ilKl.lle . Ue Th(. (U.inocratic' H.nimuiii, net above all taxes. ,M '
inspiration. A stream never rises maries will be held on August 27th. and !KllitcV",!o,k'n'10 be '5 Jt':,rs rro,u Al1'
above ils source. the convention nt a time nnd place lobe f e ,...
" I decided upon tomorrow eeniuK at the , , . , , RPS
13 1.II..IU IV, or. meeting of the executive co.umUtee. t Agent IHshop F.state.
John McOilliviay, team overseer for , -. "
out six )eath at the Ilnkalau Plantation, , Kliiun Arrhals. M a kCaoll
died Wednesday moniiiig at the Hilo Queen, Liliuokal.ini, John Aiuiokti, J. VQ1 VUCl
hospital or typhoid fever. lie was a Aieu, Geo. Lycurgus, Miss Hmmu Lyon. v , , , " ,
S-o.ehnm... ....married and left 110 rela- Mr.s Leal, W. S. Ilissell, wife and son, '"'" r '" MIwU "1 "ge q.iantl.
tie-in the Islands. The best of ca.e C.eo. . Carr nud wife, S. O. Wildei, . ties; well seasoned. J
nud lreitiiif.it were given I. tin in his last , wife and three children and servant, J.' I'urnUure made to order, any style
illness by Manager Ross ami his many I?. Higgins, H. H. KicliHrds, K. C. Srott w-leil. Repairs mnde on any kind of
friends on the il intaliun, and his people d wife, A. F. Ralston and wife, Miss II. furniture. Prices moderate.
inS,aland comu.nnin.,,,1 with rega.d. :,!&.l Sorrao Cabinet Shop. I
in,! his uuiiiuely .Ic.th. , .Mis! B, im,inl Wg Scurf c"' , Al,Illy t() JQSK ) SKRRA0( '
Importer and Dealer in American and Foreign
Dry Goods nnd GrocoriYs
Jioots and Shoos
Hats and Caps
Ladies' and Men's Underwear
Hardware, Paints and Oils
Flour, Feed and Hay
High-Class Fimiilure and
Crockery and Glassware
House Furnishing' Goods
Kugs, Malting and
Wagons and Carriages
J ' r
1 2 a f
i 2 co :
"OjO J1 v. rn 1
ir so r .g x"3
3 N PS
I (Waiakea Boat House
3 ' K.A. U'CAS & CO., Priip'rs.
g WAIAKKA HRIDC.K, 1III.0
3 IlIAVH NOW A FI.HF.T OF
3 Gasoline Launches
g and Small Boats
3 MM PUIII.IC IIIUH
3 1 assengers ami baggage taken to and
3 from vessels in the harbor at reasonable
Z2 Ir;tfs. Launches, nud row bouts to hire
I ,or Private picnics and moonlight rdek.
I RING UP ON TlttJJFIIONK
E. N. HOLHES
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Self.htnrlerand reveisible engine. In
pr.icticab.lit) it iseoiinl to the stcnui en.
glue. .Sizes from JiJ ),. ',,. ,millls.
Iloulh htled uitl, this engine 01 friinu-s or
any size to order. For paiticulars apiily
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