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1IIII liVHNINO HUM.BHM' HQNOLUU', H. I IlilttliAA SIUMJIMIIIN ft.. uyi.
:Qceanic Steamship Company
The Fine l'Mietigrr Bteaarii
litave Tbli 1'ort at Hereunder,
From Bin Fraaelsoo:
All k A
In ooDDeetioo with the aalllag ot tke above ileamert, the Agent
Me prepared lo tease, to laUndlne paaaeagera, coopon through
Nakeia by any railroad from Ban Franolaeo. lo all point in the
United State, and Iron New York by any ateamihip line to all
For farther partieaUra apply to
Wm. G. Irwin. & Co., Limited
General Agenta Oceanic S. 8. Co.
Pacific Mail Stunship Co,
Occidental ud Oriental Stnistlp Co. 5 Tojo Ktsea Kiisbi
.... aau l la. aaara iMimri will cll at Hta.iala ! loovo ttilooeilotor toMttka
....S.IM Ht0 .BIIoa It..
For Japan and China: For San Franciuo:
Doric Srt ti Cottle . Sol i
HltrofiM.ru Sct to AirtrKa M.ru.. .... .Oct. t
klo 4. Jiniito .Oct. 0 I'tKIng . . ..Oct a
Cortic Kt it ..IU . .Oct. 19
Am.tlc. M.m CM, 14 Mi.rckorf .M.iu .Oct ?
I'tklnr .. -.. Nov. 1 Chfi. .. .Nov
Onllc .Nov, 10 boric ..Nov II
ft iwMil lalaraa'loa iitir tl
H. HacKfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
(kin -Australia! Royal Hail Steamship Company.
rSttaawi of tbi abovt Hot. ruMteejn coitlM tilth tbt CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
1 vtaeouvtr. a u. . na avaMr. n. 9, w . ma
m 01'E AT HONOLULU on or about lb
ROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C.
For Brlibaoa a4 Sydnar 1
IWarrlmoo Srt to
Mlowtr Oct at
Aotancl ,...iNov 14
fcarrlmoo Dtc. n
BBTbroufffa ttckaU Uiuad froa Hoaolulo lo Caaada. UiltW SUtaa ai4 Borooa.
raaaaga aaa an gtoarai loronaatioo, aopijr 10
Thcoa Ha Pa vies &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, SAN FRANCISCO AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
6. 6. "AMERICAN" wilt leave New York for Sao Francisco and Portland
en route to Honolulu about October 10th. Chartered 8. 8. HYADE8 " will
leave New York for San Francisco on September ut.
Freight received at Company's new wharf, 42J Street, South Brooklyn, at all
times by lighters r In cars. For general Information, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder Steaihio Co., Ltd,
6. 6. Klnau,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will sail from Honolulu on
tTuesdajs at 12 noon, for Kau
makakal, Lahalna, Maalaea Bay, Kind,
Hakena, Kamnlhne, Mahukona, Lau
yanoehoe and Hilo.
Returning will sail from Hilo on
Frldajs at 10 a. in., for above named
sorts, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
days. Passengers and freight will be taken
for Makena, Mahukona, Kawalbac, Hi
lo, Hokalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
Passengers and PACKAGES ONLY
will be taken for Kaunakakal, Lnhalna,
Maalaea Bay, Klbel and Laupahoehoe
6. S. Claudlne".
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at I p. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka
Imlul, Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa and Kl
a,aulu, Maul. Returning, touches at
above named ports, arriving lnTlono
lalu Sunday mornings.
Wlll call at Nuu. Kaupo, ones each
6. 6. Lehua,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI.
Balls every Monday for Kaunakakal,
Kamalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Lanal
a, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
auke changes In the time ot departure
and arrival of Its stsamers WITHOUT
NOTICE,' and it will not be responsible
Cor any consequences arising there
from. Consignees must be at the landing
lo receive tbelr freight This com
pany will not hold Itself responsible
tor freight after It has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
lor money or valuables of passengera
anless placed In the care ot the pur
Passengera ar requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. These fall
ing to do ao will be subject to an ad
tltlonal charge of twenty-five per cent,
The company will not be liable for
loss of, nor Injury to, nor delay In de
livery of baggage or personal effects of
passengers, or freight of Bblppers, be
yond the amount of 1100, unless the
value of the Barao be declared when io
celved by the Company, and an extra
charge be made therefor.
All employes of the company are for-
aiaaen to receive rreisnt witnour de
livering a shipment receipt therefor In
the form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be seen by shippers
upon application to the pursers of the
Shippers are notified that if freight
la shipped without such receplt It will
be solely at the risk of the shipper.
0. L. WIGHT. President.
B. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. T. K. CLARKE. Port Bupt
111 llo'il Street, II, I.
Ki-.C.ubiii L.11, N.iiv. Mm, liui.Skiiti
Nllhiii Mm. Fin Slulli, Sitdi, Etc , Hom,m.3i
Pol, conttintly on hin., TELEPMONE 0),
of Till Line Will Antra at and
For 8tn f ruoiwo.
AlttKAtlA , , .,.
and callint at Victoria, C. C, Hoflolsli aa4 Brlibaoa
caiucaT au victoria,
Wow tUtod vUi
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria a&a Vaacouvar (B. CI:
IMiowara .apt. to
Aoranrlo Oct u
Wariimoo.. Nov 11
1 Mlowtra .Dae. 19
Far Fralfbt aad
Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
THREE TRAINS DAiLY
From San Francl n.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
From PortlanJ . . .
Leave San Francisco: 8.00 A. M., 10.00
A. ,M., 6:00 f M.
Leave Portland: 9:1 5 A.M., 9:00 P. M.
Through without Change.
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
: Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
Birber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
1)5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Ag-nt,
No. t Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX. G. P. & T. A.,
147 Omaha, Nebraska
O. R. 8c L. Co.
From end After January 1, 184S.
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THE HAWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HILO.
Is a pretty
good paper for
2.50 per an
who use its ce
HAWAII SIIIMPO SUA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII HIMPO,"
thl onty J.lty J.p.n.t. riprr puMIhe4.
In lh rcnliory ul lUwill .
Y. SOGA. Editor.
far Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge, King street, P O. Box 007.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
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1I.1111.1: ihi;v kmw or
YAI.li: or I HUH SCHL'Mi;
Silted Claim that Turned Out
and No Hie Man Who Was
Buncoed Has the Laugh
Han I'ranclaei), Sept ".When a
liawaon liillrp, which ilws n prtii'
peruui ImiliitM by (cIIIiik worthli
mining claims to credulous itrnimcu,
sold Kl Durnilii No, S9 to Uliarlea J
Anilorion, the ktiuwlng ones In tin
ramp wlnKnl nt thn rare with which
the "temlerfiKit" hail lircn III Iked
When Clinrlcs J Aiulrrann look nut
tl,0i)u In ilttat In tine iln) from thfl"10 Kuieruor to nil putltiuua of tnt.t
same itPspUeil claim a few iniinths later I"1 ,,,c "n,u,c K"u'"'"'et f '
it i.. 1 i.i I were sworn In
I'ltnniill SMII'VI! Willi tinilJHinillllCIII
and iii mid the men who stild I'ir
tviO tlnlni which 1ms lclileilticrh.tif
n million dullais In dual found tht'tu
ai'hta not thp "ilm-ra." but the "iliino '
Wlillc his men ncre iIIkkIiik Kld
from the tiroportj w lilch has made An
derson almost a millionaire, he had n
lunrty IniiKh at the exiieime of Uk
men who so nearly buncoed llier.i
solics. Then he married, and therein
lies another story, for the pretty gol
den haired nctress who became Ihu
wife of one ot Dawson's rlihiat citi
zens was Oracle Drummonri.
There was n time when Urate, with
her sister Maud, was content to lane
and slug her way into the hearts of
Ran Krancisco's joutli, but dreams as
golden as her loeJs lured In r Into thn
northland, nud she finally brought up
Two diis ago Anderson and his wife
reached San Francisco from Seattle,
They were accompanied by her slaterr.
Myrtle nnd Maud, who captured th.
fancy of the mining camp by their con
tortion Hct on the Dawson stage.
"As soon as I can attend to a littlo
buslneHH we will enjoy ourselves," said
Tho "little business" consisted ot the
purchase of diamonds and jewelry for
his wife and her sisters. The tllnmom'n
coat n small fortune, but Anderso'i
doesn't care. A house has been pur
chased on Ashbury Heights nnd fur
nished luxuriously, and now the Drum
mond sisters and Anderson arc enjoy
ing tho wealth which came to nlm
through the 1800 claim he bought a
few cars ago.
When Anderson signed tho papers
which made III Dorado No. 29 his every
one In Dawson thought Anderson w.t
drunk. The manager of tho B)ndlcato
thought so and complimented himself
upon his shrewdness In completing tin
deal beforo his customer had time lo
get sober and think tho matter over.
This, It uppears, was but a clever bit
"I had been up In the country for
about three 5 earn and when I lanilel
In Dawson the knowledge I hud g.iinui
was of great viilttu to me," eultl Ander
son jestenlity. "I soon found that If I
could get possession of Tucnt-nlr.u
Kl Dorado at any llgure it would be 11
pujliiK Investment. 1 would willingly
have given I1U.U00 for the property.
It has been spread uidecast that I vv.u
Intoxicated when I purchased the prop
erty. If It is any satisfaction to tli '
formet owners, they may still think
so I endeavored to net as If I had more
aboard than wub good for me, but tl
was done for n purpose. The owncs
were playing me, they thought, but 1
beat them at their own game.
"In as maudlin a condition us I
could simulate J asked the price of
Twenty-nine, It was offered to mo fm
11,000 $300 down and tue temalnd. r
when bedrock was struck. Detween
drinks I said I would pay S0U taati
fur it. It was arccpted. I assure you
1 was Just as sober all through the
transaction as I am now, I don't mint
sajlng, though, that when I found my
self In full possession of the property
1 was Intoxicated with Joy,
"It is very hard to estimate tho dally
output, as we generally made clean-ups
every two weeks or so; still, one da I
took out over $17,000. Yes, I did thcci
up pretty well, and some of tho fonni-i'
owners aro not over It yet.
"Besides the Twenty-nine mlno I
have various properties In and uround
Dawson, One, the Thirty-second VA
Dorado, I liavo u three-quarters Inter
est In, nnd It cost mo t!0J,000, It will
turn out all right, although ns yet I
have only realized $60,000 In dust fiom
It, Oh, It's easy to make money In
Dawson If you only start right,
"Tho only financial dlsapolntment I
over had was awny back In ISO I, when
tho Tncomu National Hank went up.
I put JCOO In tho bank before I entcied
tho northern coimtiy, so that I might
have 11 nest egg If 1 came bark brokt,,
I got $61 from tho defunct Institution.
"I first saw my wlfo at Dawson. 8I16
came out to my claim with 11 patty ol
friends one day, She uiptlvntis! Hi1--and,
well, when I made in) pile I asked
her to nniiry me nud uho sntd )03'
The Driimmond sisters hnd u hard
experience going In over tho Ice.
"I hnd to help lift tho sled over ho' "s
In tho leo nud several times It almost
luoke through and went Into tho riv
er," siltl Mjrtlo j islet day. "Wo had ta
camp on tho banks of I.uke I.o lint go
fm three weeks whllo tho leo was
breaking up, Wo hnd to live In a tent
nil that time, As Bonn ns the leo
cleared wo built n boat nnd went on,
"A couple of jcars ago the miners
Hd hi iirfwn iinm in the aeWwtiytltfiK'li K'll'll IlllAVI'
a Ml mm m in ataM. MH nnaignii 11 mi 1 " J"'"!!?'
wm Mt ) fa tkM wtaH I t ' rTIJiI TJii iim "SJiei Ra" li
iihw ar 1 Hem m an mrm m
. . -.- . . -....
I a.., a- i-. I Mmiw M
I am awlna l.t 1 ntarlf hm Im a
Made High Chief
A11I.1 RsnuM Hi'pt 1 The ier"
monies liidOental to the npiltitmr-t.t
ot .Mslssfa at hlali chief of Oprmanlc
BatniM look plate at Miitliiuii Thn go
cmor was the lusitcr ut rert'inunl
anil Hit- iHcailon was one long to Im
rcincmbeifil lij' the iisIIim ot the (let
uian (olmi) lliu Herald gUes the fol
low lug full and Intrtt'ttllig aiwiuil b:
The ihlifs who liml btvu iliutvn by
At 3:20 p. tu thoao who had been It.-
vlted niacmblcd nt the governor i
noiiao ni .Muiinuti, uui as tins (unction 1
was eunsldtred to be of u private na
tore, few If ail) of thu townspeople
were present be)ond the olllclul. and
members of the governor's council. At
tho above named hour the vlcc-gov4!-nor
with Ilia members of tho couueil
and utllclala left tho residence of the
governor and were followed short!) af
terward by his excellency tho gover
nor, with h'.s lordship Dr. Uro)er, the
llov. W. Huckett, L. M. S and the
Revs. C, Uleszard and M. Uembrlck
(Wcsle)au Methodist), and took up 1
position on a raised platform which
had bten erected close to the lUgstafl
mound which Mataufa with a lari
number of chiefs had aln.ul assem
bled, alaj the pupils ot the Wesley in
.Methodist College at Lulllufi 1111J the
girls from tho I'upauta nnd boys from
the L. M. a. Schools, Tuese.
The ceremony commenced by the pu
pils from tho Ldtllufi School singing a
hymn. The governor then nrose atel
through mi Interpreter addressed tho
natives as follows:
"It gives me much pleasure to sec
beforo mo all the chiefs representing
the great trmllles who from the oldest
times have Lcen tho rulers of tho Sn
moan Islands of Upolu, Manouo, Apo
lima and Savall It Is well known liv
)oti that Samoa did not enjoy u goj
government Jior n strong government:
neither did any lasting good will to
one another exist formerly In this coun
try. On the contrary, wars were con
tinually being waged from )enr to
"On this account the rulers of the
three great powers agreed to hand over
these Islands to his majesty the Ger
man emperor, that he might extend his
protection over them, And all the
high chiefs of Samoa expressed their
thankfulness to tho kaiser, to her
majesty tho itiecn of England and to
the president of tho United States ot
America for having completed tho ar
rangement, and they declared on va
rious occasions their loyalty to the new
ruler of these Islands.
"And now his Imperial majesty has
been pleased to appoint me to bo his
representative here, nnd has given mo
Instructions which I did not fall to
communicate to you, nud which were as
"'The governor's authority shall bo
paramount In nil Samoa, extending to
nil white persons nnd to )ourselve.t.
tho Samoaus. It Is tint the Intention of
thn Herman government to force the
Samoaus to adopt our habits nnd cus
toms. It desires to respect our old
traditions and ways ns fur ns tliei"
are not against tho laws of Chrlstlaul
t) und against tho welfare and security
of Individuals. The government Ins
confidence In nil the Samoaus that they
will he able to govern themselves, sub
ject to the complete control ot tho gov
ernor, nnd promise to make such tans
and Issue such orders as shall be for
the benefit of the country nnd In con
formity, ns stated above, with Samoin
" 'Thn head of tho Samoan adminis
tration shall bo one high chief styl"d
Lo All! Sill, who shall be the channel
through which the wishes and orders
of the government nrc comejed to lite
Snmoans. He shall huvo a council.
Tho districts shall bo ruled by district
thtefs, Ta'lta'lttu, Judges shall ho ap
pointed for all districts; appeals from
their decisions to tho European chl'f
Justice- being allowed.
" 'Tho affairs of the villages shall lie
directed by the village chiefs. Pul"
nuu. "'Policemen shall be appointed to
carry out the orders of Ibe atithoti
tUs. "I now thercfeoro formally Install
Mataafa as the Alii Sill, and appoint
tfio chiefs here present lo their re
"Tho oath of nlleglnnre will now he
taken by the AIM Sill Mataafa and the
other chiefs." .
This was followed by a hymn sung by
tho girls of the Papauta School, le I
by Miss Schultz, who Is In charge of
that school. Ills lordship Bishop Ilro
er then addressed tho natives presu-.t
and cxplaliwtl to them the nature of
the proceedings, at the conclusion of
which tho governor, accompanied lij
Judge (nipping, left the platform mil
took up n p alttnn in front of it, when
Mataafa ndvnnrcd nnd took hold of
tho Herman colors, which tho governor
nnd Judgo Knlpplng were holding, and
on the oath being rend Mataafa repell
ed It, tho governor nt the conclusion
shaking ban Is with htm.
Then followed tho chiefs from the
other illstiicts, who had also hen
chosen, they advancing nnd Inking tho
proscribed oath In bitches, nt tho eon
ilusion of whli li each party was pasuM
to his spiritual advisor, to whatever
sect ho belonged, so ns to explain t )
Ihtni tho (oursti of thn oath they had
taken Thn pupils of tho I.iifilun Sclnr.1
then sung n h)tim. nfter which tho gov
ernor presented Matiuifu with a cer
tificate of nirUo which had been csno-'-nlly
drawn h) Mr. Pimm for him.
Tho governoi then presented tho other
chiefs who had also been swern In
with a certificate of office. The girls
from tho Papauta School then broiulit
the roremony lo a closo by singing tl'e
national anthem, "Hell Kaiser Dlr,"
W0VIIMIIK1H ' KTIMMIUM
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Blpamers Kor lJue
Nippon Marti 8, I' Kept If 1
c.i.tie- p. nHRoofa Put In Order
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New moon on thu 23d at P: 27 a. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul and Hilo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Orconwlch time, being
that ot the tuer .Ian ot 157 30. The
time whistle I- ,ws at 1:30 p. tu.,
which Is the .mo as Greenwich Ob.
VL8SUI.8 IN POUT.
ARMY AND NAVY.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Midway Island,
(This list does nut Include coasters.)
Albert, Am. bk., Grlllltlis, San Fran
cisco, Aug. 10. II. Huckfeld & Co.
Alice Cooke, Am. schr., Pcnhalluw,
Port Towuseud, Aug. 21. Lowers &
Andrew Welch, Am. bk., Drew, fiau
Kruncisco, Aug. 14. C. Brewer &
Archer, Am. bkt, Calhoun, Sia Frin
elsco, Aug. 28.
City of Hankow, Br. sp Thompson.
Newcastle, July 27. V. O. Irwin &
Dunreggan, Br. bk., Dixon, Londjn
Aug. 9. Daw, I'ert. Co.
Umlly r. Whitney, Am. sp Pendleton,
San Francisco, Aug. 7. W. Q. Irwin &
F. S. Rcdflcld, Am. schr., Jorgcnseii,
Port Gamble, Aug. IS. Allen . Itoli
Inson. Florence Am. sp., Rjder, Tacoma, Au
gust 29. O. R. & L. Co.
Gnat Admiral, Am. sp Stirling, New
castle, Sept. 17. W. O. Irwin . Co.
Ualcjon, Am. schr., Clias. Mellln, I'm
rekn, May .11.
Invincible, Am. sp., Mackenzie, New
castle, Aug. 21. Coal to order.
J. H. Brown, Am. bp Knight, New
castle, Aug. II. Coal to order.
J. M. Wciilherwax, Am. schr. Sorenson,
Port Bhikeley, Aug. 31. Lown .
John Currier, Am. sp Murchlson, Ta
coma, Aug. 28. J. IIU10II
KUmury, Br. sp Corrunce, Liverpool,
Aug. 7. II. Hnckfeld & Co., Ltd.
Philadelphia, Gcr. sp., Wochtcr, OIcs
tcrmuthle, Germany, Aug 4. If.
Hnckfeld & Co., td.
Sebastian Bach, Br. bk., Nagasaki, Feb
S O .Wilder, Am. bkt. Jackson, San
Francisco, Aug. 0. F. A. Sckaoter
Standard, Am. sp Getchcll, Tacoma,
Aug. 18. O. It. & L. Co.
S. C, Allen, Am. bk., Johnson, 1111
I ranclsco, Sept. 3. T. H. Davlcs &
S. H Carllse City, Peterson, Vokohami
Sept. 17. Alexander & Baldwin.
Mary Wlnklcman, Am. bkt.
Helen Brewer, Haw, sp New York
Challenger, Am. sp New York
Henry Falling, Am. sp New Yolk
A. J. rullcr, Am. sp Nagasaki
Hayden Brown, Am. bk Newcastle
John C. Potter, Am. si Newcastle
r.uierpe, iinw. sp Newcastle
Star of Russia, Haw. sp Newcastle
Wachusctt, Am. sp.,., Newcastle
Emlpde, Am. bk Ncwcastlo
Persovoianco, Br. sp Nowrasllc
Abhy Palmer, Am. bk Ncwrastlo
King Cyrus, Am. schr. Newcastle
Yoscmlte, Am. sp Newcastle
Columbia, Am, schr Ncvvcastlo
Prince Albert, Nor, sp Neweistlo
Prince Victor, Nor. sp Niivcutlo
Clan Mncpherson, Br, sp.,, .Newcastle
Anrcnls, Br, 8 Newcastle
rnntiisl, Nor, bk. Newcartl
Invincible, Am, sp Newcastle
Stjorn, Nor, bk Nowcnsllo
Wrestler, Am. bkt ,,. Nowrasllc
Driimbuttnn, Br, sp , Newcastle
Fresno, Am. hk Xovcastle
Alex McNeil, Am, bk Notvcnstle
Golden Shore, Am, sj Neivcnstle
Dominion, Br, hk Newcastle
Jnmos Nesmlth, Am sp Niwcaatlo
Marlon J.lghtbody, Br, sp. Ncwcnctlo,
Quickstep, Am. hk Tacoma
fariiPild I.lowrllyn, Dr. sp, .llnmhurg
Vtiiturn, Br, s Antwetp
rotn, nr. sp London
TO CURH A COLD IN ONE PAY
Tnko Laxatlvo Ilromo (Jnlnlno Tnhlels,
All druggists refund tho mone) If II
falls lo cure, E. V. Orovo's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents,
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to ' l t I
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TM.I.MIONK NO, 111
NOW ll Ilia lime to get Uake at 4
btaka( Man to, and ymm
Fur the Plumbln
On that new brmio that yon are
about to linlld or tho alteration,
yon nn intonding to make on
yonr property. Call and aee tu
and not an estimate.
JAS. HOTT, Jr
Practical Tinsmith and Plumber,
Hhop: IlereUnU atreet, 4 ataora sail
of Punchbowl. Pbone 844,
Hours 7 a. in, to 6 p. m.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
W. H. Baits m W. Bam.
Honolulu Sheet Metal forki
Galvanized Iron Skylights and VtatlUUn,
Conductor Plpa and Gutter Wsrk.
aicatra. Stmt. tot. Quin aal fmlnl. BosoMa
WJoHl.f tioa.tljr altMtX !..-
Tel White 41. p. Q. Box JT0.
BOARDING AND LIVERY
Riga sout to any part of the
HACKS -'AT -ALL -HOURS
Wulklkl Koad, Walklkl.
TEL. BLACK 141.
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RINO UP THE.
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
- - 118 FOBT WREST,
Stable 'Phone, 477
Uack Stand 'Phones, SID and 7f.
O. H BELLDXA.
Drays Tor Freight
Our rnrtfitt itk t.( nii i- i..
steamers from the Coast and we check
bJKRafte on.all outfiolnc steamers.
White iDd Black Sand For Sale.
Oft ICC with PZfnlli(r IlitiUtfM -.. L'l
atreet. Tei; it "
W. LARSEN, M'0'f.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black SanJ
1 In Quantities to Suit
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE,
SmV Humn P .rt ri,...lkl.-I I... !.. ....
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK.
Bethel St., next to P. O.
A GOOD THING
Obla, Aleroba and Pint Firewood
Oat aad Bplit (nsdytoi taeBloT.
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
Lowest Prices, ilellvereil U any iar
HU8TA0E & CO.,
Paciiic Transfer Co,
i KIdk St , mil to llill.y'i Cycltiy,
Express Wagons, Drays
Lumber Wagons and
Dumi Car is : : : : :
Always on Hand,
Tlunki, lumltuu anJSilii Car.lutly Ilm4ll
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