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GOVERNOR SAHFORD B. DOLE.
Washington, May 1. President
Governor tit Hnwull. 'iiiu lotiiinl jiiiinuicenitiit wni Ou lumu w.kii i-
Iho Hat of Hawaiian officials to bo itpjiolntcil by tlio President Is f
complete. Tlio President Intends to make nominations for the ro- T3.
mnlnliig oftlccs nt nn early date, so that the appointees may have fr.
nil the tlmo they need to arrange prcllmlnnrlcH. All territorial om- Br
ccs will bo filled by citizens of the Territory, nnd nt least ono of F
those positions recognized as Unit d States offices will also go to a !".
citizen of the Islands. These p!aJ s arc United States Judge, Dls Tz
trlct Attorney, Marshal nnd Collo tor of Customs. Of tlicso four Rt
tho District Attorney will prohab y no n citizen of Hawaii. Sena- rt
tor Cullom, who engineered tho Hawaiian bill In tho Senate, will TX
probably get a placo for onu of his IUIIiioIh constituents. It Is feu
thought that M. M. Kutco of Calif nnla has an excellent chance for tt
tho position of United States Jutle. f
Pa Tm fa Fa fa to r-a to "si Ma Pa m Ha Pa r.u fa na U rj l ?a I f Ha p.;
Krlday, May 11.
Tho lively Interest which hns been
displayed, since the news of the sign
Ing of tho Territorial bill was received,
and tlio general deslro to celebrate th
event en the ICtli (if June has caused a
partial cnnvaBS cf local opinion to In
made. All favor a grand celebration
to marie this greatest day in Hawaiian
nlstoty, but space only allows tho fol
lowing, which fairly represents tho
whole. lho propositions to celebrate
admission day by Itsclt nnd In combi
nation with tho 11th of Juno nro in
cluded In tho Interviews below:
A. b. Humphreys "1 understand that
the suggestion has been made In somo
quartets that there should bo a Joint
celebration of Knnichnmchn tiny and
Territorial day. I am oppose., to tho
Idea, 'i no celebration of Kamchameha
day is nil rlgn. enough but It seems to
mo entirely out of placo to blend tho
celebration of tho birth of n monarch
with tho celebration of tho rcriod of
our parturition as a member ot the lto
pubile. '"lho lGth ot Juno should bo appro
priately ccicbrntcu. It should tio
general holiday and thcio should be
merry making on all sides."
Ucorgo W. Smith"! bellevo that
admission day should us celebrated iu
a public holiday. It slump1 not Ik
combined with any of tho holidays ex
isting in tho past. It Is n day that
should be observed very much as U
the Kotiith ot July."
Cecil lii own- it Is my opinion that
admlsslcn day should bo celebrated by
ltscif. I think a meeting should bj
called and a committee of citizens se
lected to decido uiiuil Ulu Uoiano, cuar
actcr and manner of tnc ccicb.atiou. '
L. C. Abies "1 think admission day
should bo properly ccicbiated by Itself.
Yes, a public meeting should bo called
and ovciybody invited to bo thcro with
out rcs,)cc to political parties, either
past or present. Tho details could
then bo carried out by tho proper com
mittees." George P. Castlo "I think admission
day should taku precedence over tho
11th of June and that a big celebra
tion should be arranged, 'lho 11th of
Juno 1b n public holiday of a kingdom
that has gono out of existence. 1 don't
say this with any feeling or lack of
aloha for tho old tlmo Government and
its celebrations, but I recognize the
fact that the public holidays hereafter
will bo holidays ot tho country ot our
adoption. The proper way would b-,
as in other celebrations, to call a pub
lic meeting and nrrango a program on
a grand scale. I would recommend tho
merging of the 11th of Juno with ad
mission Ony and allowing tho former to
W. H. Cornwoll "Yea, sir; I believe
In celebrating admission day. I be
llevo wo ought to coicbrato tho 11th
of Juno also. What's tho matter with
whooping up tho celebration for admis
sion day from tho 11th of Juno to tho
16th; or as long as tho money will last
for that matter. It's tho biggest day wo
haro ever had and wo can atford to
blow In n few dimes."
Fank Hiistaco "Yes, I'm In favor
of cclcbrntlng both days; keep It up,
as Mr. Cornwcll suggests, for n week,
If necessary. Thero will bo plenty of
tlmo for us to recover before the
Fourth of July."
I. It. llurns "1 would suggest that
wo celebrate tho day by uscif. I think
If tho citizens would ask tho United
btatcs authoiltlcs, they would send
down a man-o-war to take part, as was
done nt Porto Men. Let us mako the
celebration as big as possible."
J. H. Sopor 'I am In favor of a big
celebration and making admission day
a holiday by itself."
Geo. A. Davis "I thluk that under
tho circumstances tho day should ho
eolcbrated by itself, as It make nn Im
portant event iu thu political nnd gen
oral history of tho Islands. It will lie
a Bort of recognition and upprcci.ulon
of tho action of Congress and tho
I A. Thurston refused to express nn
opinion upon tho question and did not
wish to bo quoted turlher than re
fusing. W. It. Castle "I think tho Both of
April, tho day the bill was signed, la
tho proper day to celebritn. " ha 15lh
of Juno Is too closo to other holidays. '
Lorrln Andrews "Yes, I favor bet
ting nsldo admission day nnd cu'ubrat
ing It by Itself. I believe we ft' oulil
all Join In getting up a rouiili'.i; celebra
tion as big as the ovont."
Minister Damon "I am In favor of
combining the celebration nf r-ilnitsilon
day with tho Fouith of Jul and mak
ing It tho event of tho year."
J. S. Martin "I believe that admis
sion day should bo celebrated by It
self. Tho 11th of Juno can also be
kept by those who wish, thero Isnoth
Ing of Importnnco on that day except
tho horso races. Doth admission nay
and tho Fourth of July should bo cele
brated: thero is plenty of tlmo bo
twocn." Friday, May 11.
W. R. Castlo today read to tho
Executive Council a draft of tho artlclo
of association of tno South Kona Agri
cultural Co., which waH approved by
Dolo lins been selected rm the first
va Pa ra pa r-n r-n i pa p rw ra m r-
1 M"lln the Slntc. f
Q Washington, May 2.-From a
mod sottrco It Is understood P
Pa that tho President has decided K
sa upon Hcniy 10. Coopir of I In- rv
Ki wall for Secretaty of tho new pt
Ra Territory. Walter F. Frear, at It
iVi present head of the highest 1
Pa court of tho Islands nnd a for- r
ta mer member of tho Hawaiian Pi
Sa Commission, Is to bo made R?
Fa Chief Justico of the now Tcr- pa
Tfl rltorlal Court. One of the As- p.
13 soclato Justices will probably to.
Pa bo William A. Whiting, Asso- Pi
Ha clato Justice cf tho present Pa
ff a Court. Judges Frear and Rj
P3 Whiting nro both New Eng- pr
P-l land men. Frear Is n grnduato px
Pjj of Yalo and Whiting of Har- ps
Pa vard. C. J. Itny, secretary of P
P'i Senator Ciillmn, may get the p:
fJ Mat8hnl8hlp. fr
PA M. M. Kstco is undoubtedly p
"i tho President's choice for P.'
R3 United States Judge, n'tliough P
Pa the name of Judge Greene of pr
"CI Alamcdn county has been put Pa
R3 foiwntd. Thcio la danger of Ti
Pa California losing tho place, Pr
Pi howevtrrlt nny division of sup- Pji
Pa port develops between tho Pi
" friends cf candidates, for Sena- to
Pa tor Allison Is pushing tho ?;
ra claims of on Iowa candidate p;
P-"S nnd Senator Harrows of n Pi
Pa Michigan man. An appoint- P
P.3 ment will be nnnounn-d In a PB
fca few days. pa
p". Pa Pa fti Pa Pa m Ps p n Pa pu p
tho Attorney General nnd handed over
to tho Minister of the Interior.
'ino Incorpointnis aro W. it. Castle.
Jas. II. Castle. Wm. U Achl, Albert w.
Campbell, F. J. Lowrcy and S. It. Je
hu, nil of Honolulu, whero the com
pany's ulllcc will be located.
Tho capital stock Is ?So0,0U0 divide')
Into 8.500 shares of $100 par valuo each,
with th cprlvllcgc of Increasing It 'o
not to exceed $.1,000,000, also on notice
to chnngo tho par value to a lower
figure, but not less than J20 a chare.
Tho term is 60 years. Four thousand
snares aro issued In full payment nf
property, feo slmplo nnd leasehold,
from W. It. Castlo and others. The
feo slmplo lands contain 7221 ncres
valued at $311,132, and tho leasehold
2000 acres valued, with other interests,
at $160,000. Slxty-nvo hundred shares.
Including paid-up allotments, amount
ing altogether to $050,000 have ben
8uoscrlbed. W. It. Castlo with 4790, .T.
II. Castlo with 1300 nnd W. C .Achl
with 300 nro tho prinlcpal holders.
J. D. Castlo Is president, A. N. Camp
bell secretary nnd treasurer.
Friday, May 11.
At 1:30 p. in. today Justico Frear
handed down his decision In tho fa
mous Itooke case, action to quiet title
of several pieces of land situated In
the city of Honolulu. Tno decision cov
era the stilts of C. K. D. Ilooko of Eng
land against the, Trustees of the
Queen's Hoapltnl and tho Trustees of
tho Hemlce P, Illshop Estate, also of
tho latter naglnst Itooke. Tho gist f
th cdcclslon, interpreting as It docs tho
will of Queen Emma, Is that, "pon tno
death of Emma without leaving Issuo
surviving her, C. C. K. Ilooko became
entitled In feo slmplo In possession, by
way of oxecutory devise or remainder,
as tho case might be."
Filday, May II.
i'Vom tho appearance of things thu
American Sugar Co. of Molokul seems
to bo a thing of tho past. Following
closo on the sale of the machinery
comes the acndlng of 200 of tho Japan
eso laborers to Klhcl plantation, only
7G being retained to do tho work that
remains. It Is understood that tho enne
on tho plantation at present will be bold
as seed cane.
Harry Evans and Larry Deo arriv
ed from .Molokal In the Mokolll last
night. The former states that ho and
Mr. Deo were Bont up as a conimlttci
to Investigate n certain mutter and thai
they camo back with the best of news
for tho officers, directors, promoter
and stockholders of tho Kamal Suga:
Co. This will bo divulged at the meet-In:-
tomorrow night but no sooner.
Friday, May 11.
William McCnndlcss has otfered tr
deed to the Christian church the lot u
Alakca street on which Its house o
worship stands, on condition that tm
congregation inlso n building rund o
$3,000. Tho lot Is under a lease froi.
Mr. McCandlcss to tho church, explrln
in November next. When leased th
property wns valued nt $3,000. but It 1
considered wortn moro than twice tha
figure now. It Is not regarded as th
best location for a church, however, am
tho church trustees aro working on i
proposition to raise tho $3,000 in qucs
tlon, sell the lot and build a new edi
flee nearer to tho residential center, i
goodly sum has already been subscrlb
cd. The congregation owns a lot wit.
a mission chapel at cwalo.
There Is only ono Jesse Moore Whit
key In the world and that la cold an
pure. Lovejoy ft Co. are dlitiibutoi
for the Hawaiian Inland
The final Incidents placing tho Irrc
ocablc seal of American territorlil
ilo upon these Islands Is accepted
.lth the universal sentiment of ginti
id relief. The patriotic struggle has
: last closed under conditions that ful
1 thf highest hopes of title Amcrl
ins nnd must necessarily meet the np
oval of those, who though ranged
I forceful, honest opposition, foicseo
'io brightest days of Hawaiian history
nder tho strung and liberal ruk
anted by the territorial law frame,
y tho Republican Congress, slgneii
alrd and delivered by tho President.
Hawaii now enters upon a carcei
atked by a character of home rut
nd Indcpinddtcc. freedom of Indl
Idunl thought and action such as 1
as never known nnd can never regrei
i casting Its lot with the AniTleni
coplc, Hawaii llnds that every prom
ic h.ts been fulllllcd, cvciy tradition o
ho grand rcruullc of which wo nn
low part and parcel has been up
icld. Hcnellclaiy of thu sticngth oi
atlonal power befoic the world, Hn
vail still retains the personality, th
itrcngth of Independent local chamf
er and the power of control to whL-r
ts citizens aspire. Our future Is In on
iwn hands to prove that tho conlldcne
jlnccd In tho capacity and Integrity o
mr people by the President and tin
Republican party Is conlldcd to worthy
broad minded, patriotic men who np
ireclato the responsibility as well m
he honor conferred.
Tho nppolntmcnt ot Sanford II. Dole
ts the first Governor of tho Terrltorj
.vlll be nnd is ncccptcd by every loya
vcpubllcan In tho same kindly spin!
.vlth which they coiitcmplate the gov
jrnment cf, by and for tho pcopb
ranted by tho Kcpubllcan Congrcs-.
The Republicans of these Islands hav
hearty, unhestltatlng contldencc In tl.i
haractrr nnd ability of Wm. McKln
y nnd his particular friendship foi
Hawaii. 1 hero Is no rift, factional oi
otherwise, in thccoidlnl auppoit which
they have at all times given tho grcui
national leader whoso careful, broad
minded administration has successful
ly can led tho nation through ono of
tho most trying periods It has cvci
known. There Is no faltering in the
acceptance cf tho President's decision.
That tho President has spoken Is sulil
clcnt, and in tha administration of th'.'
affairs of tho Territory of Hawaii.
Governor Dole can depend on every
loyal Republican In parly tuuuseU and
at the polls to work manfully nnd earn
estly for the acceptance by tho people
and fulfillment in tho government of
the Territory, of those liberal princi
ples for which Republicanism is a syn
onym. Harpies of tho morning organ haro
carried their campaign of Jealousy and
splto to such lengths, that the object
ot their nefarious work shine's out in
marked contrast to the principles of
majority rule which they pretend to
uphold. Th'ere Is not ft single Incident
of tho tempest In a ten pot, Into which
theso peoplo seek to force tho Republi
can Party, to prove the assertion that
any attempt has been made to force
corrupt rule upon tho Party or that the
men charged with being machine poli
ticians have been exerting their ef
fort to any other purpose than tho suc
cess of the Party In Honolulu nnd
throughout thu Islands.
Clash of opinions thcro mutt bo nud
they will continuo in evidence so long
as the peoplo take an honest Interest
Iu political conditions nud enlist their
effort to Hecurn for tho Territory the
popular and miccebsful government
that will gain tho support of the peo
ple, tho worklngmcn as well as those ot
high Intelligence and assumed super
iority. When this clash of opinion
reaches the point of making unfounded
charges against men whoso loyalty w
thu Paity cannot bo called In question,
who accept tho will of iuo majority
though believing tho cuunbo taken wilt
:nrry tho Party to defeat, tho only ob
ject of such an attack Is to discredit the
Party beforo tho people and forro its
icfeat at the polls.
This campaign of misrepresentation
vns taken up by the morning organ lm
nedlntcly after the Wednesday cvenluri
iicetlug nnd Is continued to the present
o tho utter disgust of every lionesi
tepubllcau and every truo hearten
.mcrlcnn. Tho campalgu lies uUcwl
ty this organ havo bcon repeatcdlj
proved. It has flaunted beforo tno pc.
Io a machlno cry that has not ono ele
uent of fact or honest political rcu
Tho eventual result of tho Advertise-
ollcy, If It l.ud tho least chanco fo
uccjss, Is to continue in Terrltorlu
olltlcs tho old wnrfnro of "mission
4ry" and "anti-missionary," "royalist"
and "annexationist.' This old light'
t apparently prefers rather than th
malgamatlon and division of both
heso old bitter fighting forces on th
iroad political lines of tho Republican
-nd Democratic parties. Tho peoplo,
however, will not have It. Tho morn
ing organ Is simply accomplishing Its
own undoing which It Is freo io con-
. -niio until ltj howl expires In the
death rnttlo 1 allowing the npoplcetb
lit brought on by Its Jealous nnd spite
One of the suggestions made by Mr.
','artcr legaidlng tho holding of prt-
narles Is that the registration of Re-
nibllcans close twenty-four hours pro-
'lous to tho voting for delegates to th"
llstrlet convention. Just what U to
ie gained by such a course Is not yei
undo manifest. Ceitnlnly It will a
nmpllnh nothing In combating im-
hlnn politics. It Is In fact n mothm'
ilghly approved by all machine pnlltl-
.nim nnd productive nf corruption nt
he primal Irs nnd the "Axing" of tlck-
ts to assure the election of maehlm
uppets to the conventions of tlio party
Vlth tho registration closed prcloui
n the day sn for balloting, full op
ortunlty Is given for the uiachlip
innlpiilatuis to go over the lls's. phi
it thrlr men nnd soled thosp wlv
io nmrnnblc to the enjoin y nnd fa
ors of thns who have other ends ti
''eompllKi Minn the fill (111 in ti t of ;h
mcilron pilmlplc cf n fice nnd un
That Mr. L'aitcr should lend hl3 cf
ott to advance the Interests of an
iiachlnc seeking to control the Repnb
lean Pnity Is not to be supposed, 'that
io should piny Into the hands of ma
hlno politics of nny chaiacter If
loubtlc3i highly distasteful to him
.nd nny for whom ho may speak. Yoi
nnchlno pollth-s Is tho practical out
ome oi the proposition ndvnnced. li
neicly lncicascs the difficulties of en
ollment, shuts out n largo numbai
vho through business engngementb
amy bo unablo to enroll their nanic-
ind gives (lis manlpulatoia plenty oi
imc to opcinto.
The object of party woik Is to obtain
is many votri s ns possible, not resti I -i
he ui.uiLcr by haul and fast dales
vvlilcli take ndvnutngc oi a dcgiec ot
lolltbal tndirfcirnco existing In nil
Seattle, April 20. 'I ho steamshlt
laioiine, foiincily nictated ns a linlt
'd Stales transient, has by special An
f Cent; i ess ti"f.ni' an Amcili-in e-s-;el,
and v. Ill hereafter lly the Stars and
Urlpes. fie voi nl days ago tho Post-In -
olllguiccr printed n special dispatch
fiom Washington stating that Con
i?rtbs had passed a special act admit
ting tho Garonne to Amcrlcnu registry.
Tho bill has been signed by President
McKinlcy, and the papers will be duly
attested lu Seattle by Deputy Collector
Mitten within a few days.
The Garonuo Is owned by tha Frank
Wntcrhouso Company. Mr. Wntur
liousp, the head of thu corporation, ar
rived yesterday from Washington,
whore ho went to obtain admission of
tho Garonne to American registry. The
case was an exceptional ono In this,
that It Is tho policy of the Administra
tion to refuse to admit foreign built
ships to American registry. It appears,
however, that tho Treasury Depart
ment had somo months ngo granted
thu Garonne permission to take a cargo
ot freight nnd a list of passengers from
Seattto to Nome, stopping nt Victoria.
Later this permission, which was giv
en In writing, wns rovokeci.
In the meantime Mr. Vatcrhoti3o
had made nil arrangements to enter
the N'omo trade, nnd the revocation of
his permit promised to work ii hard
ship on his company. Tho matter was
laid beforu tho Secretary of tho Treas
ury, who recommended to Congress
that an net be passed conferring Amer
ican registry on tho Garonne. Thla
wns accordingly done.
Ono of tho ndvantnges that will ac
crue to tho Watcrhouso company will
be that the Garonno, which was for
somo tlmo in tho Honolulu trade, will
bo enabled to return to the Seattle-Honolulu
lino nt any time, mid can bo
operated on that lino after foreign ves
sels mo barred. Mr. Watcrhouso said
last night tiiat h.s company would eon
tlnuo to oporato steamships on tho Seattle-Honolulu
run, nnd that In nrdei
to do so an American vessel of largo
carrying capacity would either bo pur
chased or chartered for tho tlmo beln
Tacoma, April 29. The lllocmfonteln
wns at tho Ocean dock yesterday after
noon taking on freight. Hundreds of
tons of machinery for uso on the su-
,;ar plantations weio put on board, nnd
jii account of tho weight nud size of
the pieces tho work of loading was
necessarily slow. The hoisting nppa
nttus on tho steamer Is llrst rhis-i,
Jtheiwlso the heavy weights could not
bu handled nt nil, as bovcral of the
.ileecs weigh closo to twenty tons each.
The adoption of tho proposed law
,'overnlng trade with tho Hawaiian 1st-
mils would shut steamers like thj
Jloemfonteln out entirely. She (lies the
Jrltlsh flag nnd could not be truns
'orrcd to tho American Hag without n
ipcelal permit. If tho law goes Into
ilfcct Hawaii will como under tho sani"
ntegoiy ns tho domestic ports, nnd
inly Amu lean ships can work In tit"
rade. While theto are not many for
Ign ships now running between tlu
ouiiil nnd tho Islands, with tho present
icarcity of tonnage thcio would not ln
American ships enough to handle, the
trade, and commcieo between tho two
points would bo seriously crippled foi
n time nt least.
Wallukii, May 3. Judge. W. A. Mc
ay letuincd last Saturday from Na-
Iku whero ho had been engaged the
ast four or live months building th.
ow government road from liana tc.
pu pj Pa p-a pa psi Pa P3 Pa Pa Pa pjj
Pa Mr. Siwnll Acccptn It.
Pfl Harold M. Scwall wns asked
Pa this morning If ho had any
P.B news to give to the press on
P the subject of the Governor-
Pl ship. Ho stated In reply that
ten days ngo ho was Informed
n Hint his name was no lonxei to
"- b? considered n possibility In
Tt thnt connection. "The Prcsl-
Kn dent wishes an old resident for
Pa the position nnd of course tho
8 President's decision will be Pi
ta cheerfully accepted by nil my r
ta filcnds as It Is by myself." r
a Pa Pr. p-a Pa Pa Po te rsa !. im rr, r
In Ps column. "Tn'ks with Travl
cis," tiio Salt l,ako Tribune of April
.3 has the following:
Moirls Kcohokaiolc cf Honolulu Is a
;uist nt the Kniitsford. Ho Ins coma
o this Stnlc fiem n California trip to
ico his mother, who Is living In Tuo
lu (utility, and whom lie has not stvi
.ir Rltcm yeats. ahj was eonv itei
o MormonlFm mid removed to the col
ny in Torcle.
Mr. Koohnkalolo stated ycs'.crdv
hat "tho people of tho Sandwich I li
mits me ncommadntlng ilicmi.lvch
o Anicilcan control vciy fast nn 1
vlthotit disturbance. Honolulu has
icen pructicnlly an American city tor
leme yinis. Vc have large ccinnier
lal b:oiks and public buildings, mvl
vlll suon hae tho ti ollcy street cars,
iho C'hlnibo have liren excluded, as
hey nie In this country, nnd the Jap
uicflo will be when thcntile-teriltorlal
iinlt has expired, 'lho linbonic pla-rec
ins been siippriiiscd nnd quarantln.
"Tho Mormcn wlsslcunilcs are hard
it wot It on the Is'nmlH, mid are prcach
ng Willi Humi' cff.-'tt to the natives, bu
bo white nidi pay wiy lltt'e atten
'Inn to them. The sugar plantations,
with two exceptions, nro doing well,
.nil tho ttoublu with the exceptions i.
ack e.f water, whlih cannot bo foiin-i
-vrn by sinking deep wells. PcopP
with money and who know what tluv
want will do well on tho Islands, bir
ill olhcia should remain In the Kta'e
Men without Joli3 had b tter keen awuv
from tho Is'nnds. 'lho soldiers nn
jintiuiKtl nt Honolulu nte well behave I
but tioois passing through to tli'. I'hi.
ippiuts nre Inclined to paint the town
red while In the city."
Wnshlngtrn, April 25. After a brief
lebatu today thu Senate ngieed to tho
uiifeiiiieu icort of the Hawaiian
Ivll government bill, tlio piovljlon
elating to the light of Irnnchlse and
mpiisoMiif nt for debt having hi en
amended to tonfotm to the Ideas of tae
C'tilliin pn stilted the rnuftuiiLu vo
mit on the lull to provide a gotvn.
ticnt lor Hawaii, explaining that the
lrlntlpal changes mndo by the lat
Congiess wcio tho striking out of all
provisions requiring the payment oi
taxes before registration to vote, and
the elimination of the piovlslou that a
person may bo Imprisoned for debt or
for nou-pnynicnt of tnxes.
"If the conference report Is adopted "
suggested Jones of Arkansas, "tho pay
ment of taxes will not ho a prerequi
site to voting."
"That's It exactly.' 'replied Cullom,
"and In adaltlon, thcro will be no im
prisonment for debt."
Tillman inquired what had been
dono with tho provision requiring tho
President to nppolnt tho ofllclnls of the
Torrltory from nmong tho residents of
Cullom replied that tho offices weo
to bo filled oy citizens of Hawaii.
.ilcely furnished rooms nt tho Pop
ular House, 151 Fort street, from $1.00
per week np.
For bhIo nt all Grocers.
IMSTimiri INO A 0 KNT3.
Harbors no germs. It Is the only floor
suitable for residences, and Its cleanllne
and moderate cost recommend It to all
Plans and estimates cheerfully furnished
upcri application to
Lewers & (Me,
Sole Agents for
Johnson's CeleuJieti rvrqdstiyj
Johnson's Floor Wax.
Johnson's Floor Rruihes,
Hcnrj Walcruoiiso k Co
Real Pcia'p and Insarance.
kJvrilLj.4.AjkAjd M.A a iAJ
L.1KK and KlUi
New England Mutual Life In
surance Cc OF BOiJTJN.
Etna Fire Insurance Company
HENRY ST OOAP.
Members Stock aril Pond Exchange.
D W AR I: POLLITZ & CO
ANb UbALhHS IN
Pirtlcular aHrntlon jtvtn topurtrtc ni taU ol
Httan iuit Stock
Loan NfKvilaird. Eauern tii hortia Stotkt
lU.'l CfiMTornlfi NtM
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
&? Wc win y.ij or e ileal i:tntclD
.11 puttH ol tlic 'ion(
C$T w(. will Hall I'ropt-rtluoti liCHRor.
)pficf. io West King streft
Real stale Broker.
223 MERCHANT SI.
Twelve C1iIiio (Iranlto Hltelilng
PoftH, t-'y KKI'll.
I'rojwrty lit town.
HOUSI-S TO i,tcr. .
T. R. MOSS.MAIS
Real Estate Apn-i
Searcher ol Tit.es . .
? W. THRUM
ROOM NO. 10, SPUECKEtS .BLOCK
' PUntatlon Work a Specialty.
Stock and Bond Broker
Mfmtxr ot HIUn Stock Eitbtiic.
Molnemy niook. Fort Streot.
OHAS. J. TALK,
STOCK A1J1D BROKER
Memlior Honolulu Stock Kxohangn.
Hoom SUl, Jutltl Building.
P. E. It. STBAUOFT,
Real Estate Broker
FlnaiiclM AR"iit ntl Collector.
No. 9 Ilutlifl St., ni'nr P. O.
JOHN H. SOPER
Sticl ami Boii Bratftp
9 m''tmfc Strict
Stock aii(lBond Broker.
Mtuttr of Ibf Honolulu Stocl Eicbaofi.
Ollloo (Juuun stroot, o)Huilti Union
tn.rtln o6 MO Hf.l i.
112 HOTKI. NritKhT.
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MATS. FANS. SHHLI.S Sttnns i.-t
II0MI:MAI)H POI, constantly on'hand!
After March 26
PRINTING CO., LTD..
-WILL OCCUPY UP STAIRS,-
Cor, Fort and Queen Sts,
.At Reasonable Prices