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Alameda September 23
Sonoma October 5
Alameda October r.j
Ventura Octolei 26
Alameda November 4
Sterirt November 16
Alameda November 25
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Alameda October ty
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Alameda December 21
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lallia ol veud.
' QlT 'i' A. LUCAS Si QQ.
-ij r-.e.itPic' .hwu
Tiy Louise J. Siron
I'npj rlulit, lUH, li) T. t .McCIuro
tint t over broiled!"
Is the hottest day
Mr. .1. Sanborn, el-
dorl.v. somewhat portly 11111I very Iras
olhlo, gin ml nbotit, defying contrndlc
tlnn. The old gentleman In front of him
Mr. Sanborn, with nn ryo out for of
fense, obserusl the bristling nnd roller
nti'il dogmatically, "Thi' very hottest
"No Mich thing! There'll been mil
lions hotter!" The olil gentleman Hash
id around tike tt pugnacious bulldog.
"The very hottest ilnyl" Mr. Snfiborn
"Not even the hottest thlt sennon!
On the 10th the thermometer registered
HI degrees higher," his opponent ox
i1nlii'tl with aggravating exactness.
Then the theriiioiueter lied! All titer
"My thermometer Is exnctl It's the,
"t don't eare If It's the only one inndc,
It lies If It says there's ever been it hot
ter day than todny." Mr. Sanborn
mopped bis face In exaggerated dis
People were smiling nt the nbstird
eouteutlon, tind a girl ncross the aisle
giggled. Moth disputants looked nt her,
and with 11 gesture of authority the old
"Here, miss, you look cool nnd rea-!
on.ihle. Tell this lump of obstinacy
that today Is frigid beside the 10th." I
"Ob, don't nsk nic to be umpire. 1
don't know anything ttbotit thermome
ters. I nlwnys go by my feelings," she
"The only sensible way," Mr. San
hoi 11 alilrmed.
The way of ninnies nni numskulls!"
stormed the old gentleman.
"Your nation, sir," the conductor In
terrupted. The old gentleman bounced
off, trailing ills statements nml asser
tions to the platfotm.
The train started. Mr. Sanborn
stuck his head out the window and
shouted, "The very hottest dayl"
Then be settled back and laughed.
The girl laughed, too, and slipped
across Into the old gentleman's place.
"I wound him up!" Mr. Sanborn ex
plained with satisfaction.
"I expect ho thinks it Is pretty hot
by now," she smiled, "but, really, you
know, we have hud hotter weather."
"Oh, yes," he assented unexpectedly.
"I suppose I'm doing my own roast
ing." "ruining''" she Intimated.
"I.Ike a boiling kettle. Think I'd ex
plode but for easing off on Uie old
gentleman," he chuckled in memory of
"You should take things easy lu hot
weather. It's the only way to keep
cool." she icin.il kud sagely.
"Take things easy! Look here, when
you'e had a blow that's knocked nil
your life plans belter skelter you don't
feel either easy or cool."
"No; that's true. One might make
new plans," she suggested.
"New plans!" he scoffed. "I don't
know why I'm the one to inako conces
sions. He owes all he Is to inc."
She looked polite Inquiry, and be con
tinued: "You wo, It'H my nephew. I've
raKcd him nnd been a father to him
done well by him too; given him the
best advantages uioiiey'll buy. And nil
I've asked of him Is that he'll go ahead
and be a credit to us."
lie paused temlnlseently.
"And hasn't heV" she nskod. A glow-
lit his face.
"He has! He's been on top nil the monneu 111 uisear.
time, taken the honors everywhere, and ' Uls ""do beckoned urgently, prevent
he stands to pull off the biggest of nil , ''ig Maurice's icply.
nmv "I suppose you know my nephew nnd
"I'should say that was satisfactory," , lll' mllkiiHald, the farmer sen.itoi'a
she commented. I daughter," Mr. Sanboin said to the gen-
"Satisfactory! I'm chock full of pride!
Uut I'm Justified In being proud. He
graduates fioni C university no lit
tle iiillege, mind you with the honors
of his class. Why, with my money be
hind him he might be anything he chose
anywhere. And what does he do but
deliberately kick over bis own pros
pects. Heie I've been planning nil suits
of things for him when he gets through
navel, wheie and ns long as he pleases;
mart Inge with the best when he's ready
for It, and the young Jackanapes ban
gone mid engaged himself to a milk
maid." "A milkmaid." she repeated faintly.
"runner's daughter, he said, but
tbe.v'ie all milkmaids. I suppose Iter
dad raked up 11 little money and sent
her to the university to take on some
pollhh and take lu some young idiot
like Maui lee. He's the star, and she
couldn't do better, though she-might
find some with mote money."
"II nve j on seen her?"
"No. nor want to either. I know bow
fhe looks; overgiown and coatse, with
blg red cheeks that he, the .simpleton,
culls 'loses of nature,'" be quoted con-
temptiinusly. "Ho can go to the farm
with her and inako n field hand for the
old mnii, and I'll try to crawl out from
the ruins. .lings, I wish I'd trained
him lu the business back there lu Chi
cago:" He stiuck the seat ecltedly
and wont 011: "He kept It from me till
his last letter. I've been boiling pver
slnce--no In the simile. I cniiie pietty
near not going to the graduating fan
duiigo, and I've looked to It for years."
"Then you uie to be tberu tonight,"
"That's what I'm on the road for,
He spoke of 111) coming a day nr tj
i-nrller but I iluii't want to 's- him till
nfte'-uarl It might not be pood for his
tii-ixes nnd I nntuinll.v want blin to do
Ills lio-d berore the public'!
"Naturally," she nenlcil, mhllng!
"I'm going there too. 1 hae friends In
"Why. that's nil right," he exclaimed.
"We're strangers, and we'd piobably
each be alone. Why not sit together?"
"Thank ou, we will. It Ik kind of
you to suggest it," she replied, hiding
an amused smile,
Ily oehiiiigeof cards they Introduced
themselves nnd had become very good
fi lends by the tlmu they reached their
"Shall I call for you?" ho nuked nt
"Oh. no, thank you. We will meet In
the hall," she returned, with n Hash ot
"Veiy good, young lady, but not quite
bo perfect ns you suppose," he mut
tered, watching the Rlender figure lilt
Wlien In unaccustomed nnd uncom
fortable evening dress he was conduct
ed to bis seat he scarcely recognized
her hi the resplendent creature the cen
ter of nn Incense offering timing, but
when he did he breathed an "ah, hnl"
of satisfaction, lidding, with n chuckle: ,
"1 see. I seel nut 1 think the little Joke I
She detnehed herself presently nnd
made her way to hint, murmuring nn
apology for omitting to mention that
she had attended the university the
To his eager question she admitted
that she had met Maurice. To bis
equally eager question concerning tho
milkmaid she hesitated uncertainly.
Which wns not strnnge, seeing Hint
Mr. Sanborn hail 110 name for her, the
young blockhead having alluded to her
merely ns "a farmer's daughter, the girl
of my choice."
"I am sure that short, thick, homely
girl Is the one the third from the end,"
Mr. Sanborn groaned.
"Oh, perhaps not," she comforted, sub
duing n smile.
"She's the one," he nssented ns posi
tively nnd aggressively ns ho had pro
claimed the state of tho weather. The
opening exercises prevented further dis
course. In spite of his heated resentment Mr.
Sanborn swelled with pride nt the over
whelming success of his nephew nnd
Joined in the applause that called him
nut again and again.
"He's pulled them off, ns I told you
ho would," he boasted to the girl, who,
with Hushed cheeks nnd wet eyes, hnd
burst her glove In expressing her np
ptohntlou. "It would be glorious but
for that beefy creature he's talking to."
he added, clinking Indignantly.
Maurice got away fioni the congratu
lations nt Inst 11 ml reached them, say
ing with outstretched hninl. "Well, un
cle, I hope yon me satisfied with me."
'Tin-in yes, pretty well!" his uncle
grunted, bis eyes fixed significantly up
on the thick, homely glil ncross the
Seeing which, Maurice said, with n
sly glnuc'c nt the girl beside him:
"May I Introduce you to my fanner's
daughter, uncle? She's"
Mr. Sanborn bioke In, exclaiming:
"Why, I know the man she's talking
with; done business with him! I'll Just
Introduce myself and have it out with
her too!" he giowled over his shoulder,
slipping like nn eel through the crowd.
"Good licit vens!" Jluin ice cried nghast.
"If be should say anything Impertinent
to Miss Mlllloness!"
"Oh. Muiirlco! And she the presi
dent's niece! He'll say anything! Stop
him; stop him!" the git I walled.
"Stop who the thief?" n young mini
They trailed through the crowd in nn
agony of (ipptchcnslou. There wns no
pleasantry In the situation for Mieiu.
Mr. Sanborn had itithcd, shaken
bands with the gentleman nnd wan
speaking to the young lady, who lis
tened with serious attention.
"Look at her! There'll be nn explo
sion soon! Ob, why did we undertake
the silly trick?" Maurice's companion
, oemau as me leiiietani cotipio up
Then hejnirst Into u mar of laughter
nt the blank- faces uf the wilted young
I '11 ill 1 1)' I)Ini-I)1Iiic.
Dr. Tucket man, classmate of William
Ullcry dimming, was one of Chati
nlng's few iiitlumte ft lends through
life. They weie nlwnys extieinely
frank with one another and sometimes
gave each other sharp ausweis. On
ut least one of the recorded occasions,
nays Mr. John W. I'hnilvvUk in his llfei
of tho great preacher, Dr. dimming
came out ahead.
Dr. Tiickeimaii on one of his fie
qiieut visits inquired for Mis. Chamilng
anil was Informed that ahe bad gone to
Nowpurt to open the house for tlietuin
"Alone?" asked Dr. Tueiteiiiiaii. Dr.
Cbaiiiilng assented, nnd Dr. Tucker
mill), icspoiidlng, said:
"Do I understand you to say that
Mrs. dimming has gone Into the eouu-
1 try a lone to open the house for the sum-
"That Is what I said, Dr. Tuekcr
inim." "Well, Dr. Channlng, you will per
mit me to say that I should not think
of asking Mis. Ttukcnuan to go to
the country alone to open the bouse for
Then Dr. dinunliig laughed his .small,
dry laugh and icjolucd:
"Very likely, Dr. Tueltennan, and if
you should most piobably she would
ThortMpou questions of large public
Intercut wciu Immediately taken up,
iiri;W, JmW, Im T. C. MeClurc
I .laney (intes was the bentily of Cnne
J f reek neighborhood, liven Sister Meitk
ins admitted ns much lu spite of robust
prejudice. .laney would have been Ilk"
wise the belle If It had not been accept
ed ns a fact ever since she put up her
hair and let down her frocks that shu
was, lu neighborhood phrase, "mort
gaged property." Phil Majbeii hud
hid claim to her when she came hardly
1 to his elbow. lie had, further, let no
body dispute the claim even after she
came back from bo.itdlug school, fear
fully ami wonderfully uceompllshed.
He was n big fellow, square Jawed and
sipiare headed, who cared nothing for
Jiooks unless they dealt with figures.
At figures he was innrvelously quick
nnd clever so clever It was nothing for
him to stump successive schoolmasters
even though they were college hied,
whlohe knew nothing higher than the
Possibly It' Was it triumph of this sort
which bad first Incited the present :
schoolmaster, Leonard Trabue, Ksq
to try conclusions with him in the field '
of Miss .laney's favor. Janey loed
books hi the freshest, most whole heart-1
in 1 fashion. Trnbue could talk books,,
by the hour, nnd talk very well. Nat
urally he found himself welcome nt the
(intes homestead. Quite ns naturally I
Phil Mayben resented his ptesencej
there nnd showed It outright, after the 1
manner of n masterful man crazlly In
love. Thus by fate nnd free will nnd
the obligation of hospitality Janey ns 1
In n manner forced to take Trnbue
part. The result was 11 very pretty
quarrel nnd the trnnsfor of Phil's in
tentions to Miss Dora Meaklns.
There hnd been no set engagement to
break. That made Phil's attitude all
the more aggravating. Janey was for
months bitterly unhappy over the rup
ture, although she let nobody see it, not
uven her mother. Outwnidly she wns
gayer than ever, nnd so charming Mr.
Lenunrd Trnbue quite lost Ills head.
He bad meant nt first only to punish
that pestilent fellow, Mayben hidden
tnlly, of course, to divert himself nnd
pass time otherwise heavy on his hands,
'leaching was merely a stop gap. Lit
erature was his chosen vocation. He
meant to cuter upon it through the gate
of newspaper work as soon ns he could
scrape together n few hundred dollars.
The Oateses were not rich folk, but
still comfortably off, nnd Jnney nn only
child. It Is but Just to say the fact had
little to do with Trabnu's falling In
love. Tbnt came upon hltn tinawnres.
Uttt once he had realized his frame of
affections be took full cognizance of
It. Might it not be cnsler to make him
self Immortal even here in the dee
country, with a charming wife nnd as
sured comfort, than out in the hustle
and burly burly of n city? To settle it
nut of hand lie proposed plumply to
Janey. He wns dazed to get n refusal,
distressed, nlniost tearful.
Next week the county paper printed,
with lluttcring comments, a love thy me
signed "Ix-ofrlc." Cane Creek read It
hecaubo reading the paper thoroughly
was certainly the part of thrift, if not
of Clirlstlnn duly. Still, it felt no cut!
oslty as to the authorship until the
rural pi ess 1 die generally copied and
praised the rhyme. A second bit of
verse got repi luted In tlnee city pa
pers, so, upon the appearance of the
third. Leofrle's Identity became n but 11-
Ing question, one that the editor him
self could not answer. All he knew
was Unit the copy ciiine to him by the
hand of Mr. Murdock, 11 leading law
yer. All winter long Leofric wiote inter
mittently, becoming more nnd more a
riddle and 11 personage. All winter
long, too, Phil Mayben ate Sunday din
ners nt the Meaklns' tnblo, nnd Leon
ard Trabue talked hooka nnd the world
to Jnney Gates. .Ho was playing ti
waiting game, resolved to win her In
splto of herself nnd Phil Mayben.
Jniioi's heart was singularly stead
fast. Still, there weie times when she
thought Trabue would succeed. Phil's 'f public Works, and with K. K. Kich
golng had left her desolate Indeed. .rtls. Al!Clll v..uy.c Works. Ililo. Hawaii.
Iln could never have caied as he pre
tended nr he would not bo able to stay
away. Of course she could not make
the first move to reconciliation, espe
cially since he was so taken nn with
the Meaklns generation. Since he was
foiever lost to her, It wns far from un
pleasant to sun herself In Trabue's
Spring caino with such 11 rush Unit
year the picnic season opened lu mid
May. Sister Meaklns nnd Sister llodg-
in, self elected social autocrats, got up
tho first one nnd set the place lor It,
Clear Spring, Just 11 llttlo wny off tin
(Jutes' pasture. The spring was, In
fact, Gates' property, so Sister Meakln
let tho owner know she thought It
would be 110 mo! e than iielghboily of
hltn to put up tables, seats nnd stukes
for the gypsy kettles, to say nothing of
the bWlugs. There Phil Mil) ben Inter
fere J. "You don't play 11 lone baud at
this game with 1110 mound, squiie." he
said to Janey's father. Thus It fell out
that for two dit)s befoio the picnic lie
wns nearly as much In Janey's e)es as
lie had been all whiter In her 111I111I.
It amazed and somewhat frightened
her to find how equnbly she' icgarded
him. Squire Gntes bionght blin to din
ner whether or no, nnd Janey shook
hands with him nnd chatted gayly
throughout tho meal without the least
llutter of the heart. Shu even watched
him go uwuy with no access of senti
ment. If only Trnbue bud spoken there nnd
then! Uut be was Invisible until next
day. The picnic crowd gathered early.
Phil wua the life of it, though Hum
JileJkllH nturk to hint like II limpet.
He CM'II IhiwisI chill) to Tmbue, who
biiuv about .Innej, bl eye dimiiciiRt.
bis look prtiHViipli il The end r tin
wIiimiI tetm was Just three weeks
abend Itcforn he enlue to Hint pHtihiK
of the wnjs he felt llutt he mini know
rimlly where h mIikhI. .Inney hnd
I grewu distinctly kinder. Still, there
was pomclhliiK lu her khiduowt that
put him farther off. She would be nn
Ideal wife for him. A bold stroke would
d) It now. A year hence would be
i,ulte too lute.
While the InuRhter nnd chntter were
nt Hood be drew her apart nud'pmuvd
i out to her his hopes, aspirations, plans.
I.ou he baiely named. Might they not,
be pleaded, ho Intellectual comrades?
Sustained by her eoiiiimnlonshlp be
foil Iiltnspir pnnahle of erenl llilnirs.
' , , , .' , 1 1. . i.. . 7. 1
He had nlready made a beginning, nml I
,.i. ms ..II ,n,ullM,-h ililnMiitrntluu !
of what he had dune.
Then Mie tried to tnke her baud.
Jnney withdrew It gently. "Tell ine all
about It," she whispered, a hoveling
smile nbotit her lips. Trnbue bent to
l her ear nnd said btnrledly, "You must
not mention It, sweetheart, but 1 tun
Lisift le Lcnf 1 le. who wrote desolate
nnd despairing tilings been use you re
I fused him."
I "Indeed!" Jnney said, getting up ft 0111
1 her nossy rock to slip past hltn. Then,
I over her shoulder, she added: "You will
please wait until nfternoon for jour
1 answer. I must go help about the din
1 Dinner was fo fine- n feast Lawyer
. Murdoik declnied he felt mine thin
paid for his long drive out from town.
He wns Squire Gales' man of business
nnd Jitney's sworn friend Tberefoie
nobody wondered nt their confidential
talk aside, nml even Phil Mayben
smiled npprovnl when the lawyer kiss
ed Janey lu greeting. Hut be sure there
wns n stir ns Lawyer Murdock pulled
Jnney to the middle of the crowd,
raised bis voice and snld, with twin
kling eyes: "Ladles and gentlemen. I
like unmasking humbugs, so penult me
to present to you Leofilc, the poetess
of Cnne Creek. Don't remember It
against her that she Is a poetess It's
nil the fault of that scoundrel, Phil
"It won't be any longer, Mr. Mur
dock," Phil said, bursting through the
crowd to catch Janey lu his arms and
bide her blushes lu bis breast. "I
know I've been seven kinds of n fool,"
he went on. "1 don't deserve Janey
nohody does, for that matter but I'm
going to hsne her or die trying."
"You've got her." Lawyer Murdock
said, wringing Phil's hand. Dora Meak
lns turned her back and went off with
her head high, but Mr. Leonard Tralrnc.
stayed not on the order of Ids going.
Nobody lit Cnne Creek uelghhoihood
ever saw hltn ngaln.
.Subscribe for the Tin hunk.
scription $2.50 a year.
CRESCENT CITY .
' The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors boned, Scissors and all edged
tools perfectly gioitml. Satisfac
OlHU OlIC H001II SfliOOI-
Scilcil propos ds will be lecciviil at lite
oflice of the Supt-itiitendent of Public
Woiks, Honolulu, T. II., until 12 o'clock
m, of Dicjiubcr 12, iyo, for furnishing
all ni.iteiials and lubor for constructing a
One Room Scboolhouse wih Teacher's
Apartments at Ol.ia, District of Puna,
Hawaii. ' ,
PI ins and specifications are oil file at
the ollice of the Assistant Slipcriiili'llileut
copies uf which will be fiiiuislied iut tid
ing bidders 011 teceipt of 5.ix, which
sum will be lettirued to the bidder after
he Ins deposited his bid and tc turned the
plans and specifications.
Propos ds must he submitted 011 blank
forms which will he furnished by the
Assistant Stipe imteiideiil of Public
Works, and it. I? Kichurds, Agent Public
Works, Hilo, Hawaii, and enclosed in a
se',dcd envelope addresud to Hon. C. S.
Hollow-ay, Superintendent of Public
WOrks, Honolulu, T. II. , eudoised "Pio
posal for a One Kootti Sehonlhouse with
Tcachc's Apartments at Ola 1, District of
ICich proposal must contain tile full
name of the party or pirties ui-ikmg the
-nine and must be accoiitptuieil by a cer
tified check of 5 of tlie amount of the
propobid pi) able to C. S. Ilollovvay,
Superintendent of Public Work., as
surely that if the propos d be accepted a
contract will be entered into,
N propos d will be entertained unless
1 made on the blanks furnished by the
Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works, and delivered at the office or the'
Superintendent of Public Works previous ,
to 12 o'clock in. on the day specified.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reseives the light to tejecl any or all
C. S. IIOLI.OWAY,
Superintendent or Public Win l;s,
Honolulu, T. II., Nov. 32, ujoj,
liouri I'Yoiu h:iln!i!hl lo
Seilrd iiiiiim. ib will be ri-tclti-d Uttllf
'nffni - of tin Hnpirinn rah nt .l I'ibttc
Winks, lloti.ilnlrvf T. II-, until W o'clock
III. if Itecriiihrr I Mil, I91M, ftf ruMlti
iiiK nil labor, tnnlriinl nnd loolsnreu
In einniriicl the c-xlctinlim of the M
(bivriiitiK-nl Kond front Kalnhtkt
HoiinUmi, Utrtrlci of. Kona, IM
rimw nml ttKrifirnlintia nn- on Rle
the iifflrf of the AMMnnl Stiperinieinl
ori'itlllie WmkD, with R. K. Klrlwi
Aeut l'tlblle Works Dtl'nrlnient, Ili.
flllll lllll Will. (llM.KUl.lt r-ltu4M
.. .. .. .
i- Kinm KimiI iKMKl, lliiwnll, eupteat
. ... f ..... ' ', , .
" " '" "imWinl liUfn.llnglii.ldw
on rerelpt of $5.00, whlrli Mini ijlll tr
im tied In the bidder nllrr he lliw de
posited His bid nml it turn td the plmm
l'riijMis.ils muni lie nubtnitteit on blank
fiiiuiH which will lie furnished by tiM
Assintnut Suikm intcitileui of Public Vmk,
1C. IC. UicIiaiiIh, and Wiu.GieetiHell.Htid
eticliwHil in a eHled envelope adtlrviatit
to Hon. C. S. llollownw. Superintendent
of Public Works, Honifulu, T. II. , l
iloiKil " Proposal for Koftd from Kulnlli
ki to Ilontiktm, S. IConii, llitwHli."
Kach proposal nttml contain the fall
ii.iiue of the imrt) or jwillies 11 inking tile
Exiiite, and innul lie aecoiupmileil by ft
ct-tlificd check of 5 ol the nmouilt of the
proposal, nable to C. S. llollowsy,
Nlpeiititcudcm of Public Wc rkd, M
miiilv llinl If the priiMsn1 be ncccpttd a
coulracl will be entered into.
No propowl will lie entertained unlets
made on the blanks furnished by the
Atsintant Snj ci ititemfeiil of Public
Works, P.. H. Richatdn, nnd Win. Uteeu
well, and dc-lnen d at the oflice of the
Superintendent ol Public Workuprevloua
to 12 o'clock 111. on the day specified.
The Superintendent reserve the right
to reject any or all hid.
0. S. IIOLI.OWAY,
Superintendent of Public Work.
Honolulu, November 15, 1904. ,.jt.
New Wharf mill Approiifli
ThiMTfo a I Kuttsiiliiift
Hawaii, T. II.
Pioposals will Ik received at the oflice'
of the Supcriulc udi nt of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. IL, until 12 o'clock 111. of
December u, njo, for lurtiUhing all
materials and labor foi constructing a
New- Wharf and Approach thetelo ot
Kawaihae Lauding, Disttict oC KohnlM,
Hawaii, T. IL
Plans and specifications mo onTlto at
the oflice ol the Assistant Superintendent
ol Public Works, aiidwltb 15. IC.UIchnid.
Agent Public Works, Hilo, Hawaii,
copies of which will be furnished intend
ing bidders on receipt of 5 00, which
sum will be returned to the bidder nflor
he has depositid his bid and relumed
the plans and specifications.
Proposals must be submitted on bluuk
forms which will .be furniMied by the
Assistant Superintendent of Public Works
anil IC. K. Uicliauls, Agent Public Wurks,
Iltlo, Hawaii, and enclosed in u seulcKl
envelope addressed to Hon. C. S. Hollo
wav, .Superintendent of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. II. , endorsed ' Proposal for
a New Wharf and Approach Thereto at
Kawaihae Lauding, Hawaii, T. H."
r Knelt pioposal must contain the full
11. line of the jxirtj or parties muling the
miiiic, ami must be areotupatiied by a
certified check of 5 of the viuionnt ot
Uie proposal, pavable to C. S. Mlollovvay,
Superintendent ol Public Vorktt, as
sutety that if the proposal be uceepted a
contract will be entered into. '
No propos.il w ill be entertained uules '
made 011 life blanks furnished by tho
Assistant Supeiiiitendeiit of Public
W01 lis, and delivered ut the office of tho
Superintendent of Public Work pre
vious to 12 o'clock tu. 011 the day specif
The Supeiiiitendeiit of Public Works
reseives ihe light to reject any or oil
Superintendent of Public , ork.
Honolulu, T. 11. , Nov. 15, iqo,. 4-31.
Public Lands Notice.
On Satuiday, December 3'd, 1904, a
12 o'clock uooti.ut the ftont entrauco.t"
the Judiciary' building, Honolulu, will In
sold nt public auction:
25 3S ncies ICula land, situated nt Pnu
wa.iwaa, N. Kuan, Hawaii; up. et price,
$507.00 Terms: Cash, I .8. Gold (?on.
For plans and futther particulars, apply
l the Department of Public Luudtf, Ju
dici iry building, Honolulu, or Laud
Office, Hilo, Hawaii.
JAS. W. PKATT,
Commissioner of rublic Lsndt
Honolulu. 11. T., Nov. 1st, 19114. a-i
h,,NC rccclllty located in Hilo, olid
nlu ,,rc,Mri.,i to clean, repair and tune
instruments, such us pianos, orsans"
and ucioiilcnus. Woik puuuplly and
well done at reasonable ratis'. Will call
and CMiuiiiiu hibtntipeiits, Hinting juy
chirgo. Leave word with CarvaltiuUnw.,
Cicseciil City lluibcr Shop, I'r.inl ttrcot,
Hio, II. II. JdUJ.JJRj