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Till; OVIiMNO HUM.KflNJ HONOLULU, II. l WMiNliSI.AY, NOVHUIHM ;, I900.
W. A. DAVIS OICD. DEAR
DAVIS & QEAR
Utorncyi and Cotinicltori nl
RMMM.KI, )0 llJJ" iliuf.
t. I' nt nnJ Mer hini V..lltn
llJJ It iliu
hint Vs.. Honolulu
&.ttornoy ivl Law and
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney ami Counsellor at
OHlcc: In tho Occidental lintel,
mrser of Kins and Alakea Streets,
"W. C. Achl Enoch Johnson
Attorneys anil Counselors
Office No 10 Went King Street.
Sirtroas, Physicians ind Dentists.
Drs. Coopsr & McDonald.
C Ciorff-' yl o a
4 mi tir i
I t p n
? to b r ffl
(V MclhnilJ i"
OR. J. T. WAYSOfl,
I removed to his rew office and retl
Urnce. Beretinla;-!t.,neirlv oppolte .We
OFF.CE HOURS J'-l.,.
TIL. Uih 0
km nn-n-J .-in office foi the practice of
Kedlcitie and S'ireerv. at iio lie elanU
5trett. nrt house tevond Central Union
Church. IIOUHs: ifl to 12, 2 to 4 ind
7U8; Sundavs, 9 to n. TLI.I I'HONb
UK. C. A. PETERSON
Has rt-orened his office at . . .
26 Emma Street
I T b P.A1. J
DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Rcldence: Corner
Beretsnin and Mll'er street.
OFFICB HOIKS 810 II A M
SU-ltllYS fl JO 10 II 10 A. M
T-UVHONE mi. WHITE t 15J'
Br. W. i, Galbrailh.
OEco nnd Residence: Beretnnla and
Office Hours: 9 to 10 a. m.; 2 to 4
3 ei., 7 to S p. m.
8R WALTER HOFFMANN.
BERETANIA STREET (opposite the
Telephone S10. P. 0. Box, 501.
OClco hours. S to 10 a. til.; 1 to 3
S. m.;7 to S p. m.;Sunda)s, S to 11 a. m.
dr. a. n. sraci,Iffir
School Street, between Emma and Fort,
Hours: 9 to 10 a. m 2 to 4 p. m.;
1 "to S p. m.; Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS
ID e n. t i & t.
Office for the present with Dr. Anderson,
Alakea St. near Hotel.
Office Hours 8,;oto4
DR. R. I. MOORE,
Offlce: 222 Hotel Stiect.
ORlce Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
A. C WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Loo Ilulldlng, Tort Street.
Hours 2 to 4 TeI"j)hoa,. 134.
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
tets, Pins, and an extensive variety
-EL Gh. BIARa,
401H FORT STREET.
Office with H. F. Bertlemin, Contractor,
Klnp. St. opposite Wall, Nichols ft: Co.
DO ALL kind of Stone and Concrete
Work at CALiFOHNIA PRICES.
WE make a specialty of constructing
Cement Side Walks at very reisonable
Chinese and iapantse Firm!.
DONB IN CKAYdN OH Oil
. .I'kturM i rimed In anv tv li
PMinrJ Picture, (or ale,
New Monkllng for Frame havei
King and Ahpai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards
UGtj Till I'llOM' W')
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A. K OIAWA, Mitt(,f.
GENERAL BUSINESS AOENCY.
Ttuporary Unit Koo. 1 op, I. IK Spratl-tll tall!
lI Tl 11,
LADIES SklKTS CLPASf)
CIMhiKCIind, DttJ and Rrpairrl
-StITS MADF TOOkDHK-
J-Fit r lut.cntu J smmtttPrkc
lor'Siml raarKulcui and n,ar Orthrum Tltatrr
Pflc CI. an ng on. s II fi Ihtlng lull i j"
WonE Sal Keo
MERCHANT - TAILOR
A PlDFtCT FIT auAHAKTIiD
04 Fort St., netr kins St.
HONOLULU, H. I.
Cloning, t)cln( and Ktpalrlrx Specially
A Fllfl SYOHTMtNT OP AFRICA, taLI$H AND
Scotch cloth on Hand
No. )i? Nuutnu 1 rt Honolulu If I
tiooj work ir J firt 1U1 fit fuimntrc
Ctot Clini and Ptv'il
chltacts, Contractors anil Bclldett.
fuWiInc : I'roniiitlv : Attfiuleil : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Slot, ml Offtca Flll'n;
Plant ari bitlmatit lurnlil'tJ.
1488 Hotel Street, near Barracks
H. L. KEHFv & CO.,
Architects and Builders
Room 1 1111
: PROGRESS BLOCK.
T ptioe 1)1.
Ca W P.J. Tal in
'. W. Ptaidil.t P. O B01 11I
BHARDSLEE t PAGE
rchkects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
fonolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
it Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS.
)oalors in Lumber and Goal
ALLEN & UOBINSOX,
Qufon strout. tlonolnln
tl. F. BBRTBLMAN'S
0 .tar of otd stand. Entrance on Ki.it
.net. O.v'eri left at either shop, or office
t .'3hn Nott1'; Vsre, Klnc; street, will rt
rrnmr tUfi'in. itl'tf
E08I and Wine Dealers.
IMFOBTKHS, AND WlIOLHSALU
Ata-.li lor to. Botila J Rainier E.r ol laattla
JJO. IP NutlVNUhTItKBT
font, lllock. Hoioiuie, Hawaiian Iiuuidi
P O Bof ht i V.olual TaUpboea &8
GrONSALVES z CO., Ltr
VHOLESALE G ROGERS AK)
dfo Qnetin Btrnt. Honnlnln. R
jasolidated Sotla Water Co.. L'C
.ornar Alter? & Fort Stt., Honolulu
In Itc New Quarters on Hotel St
UNDER THE MANAGEMEN T
I.ATL OF TUB CltlTLItlON
Enterprise Beer on Draught
Tho over popular Rainier beer Is bo
coming a household woid and "will
you hnve a glass of Seattle," is more
often heard than anything else. Tho
Criterion Saloon has the beer un tap or
In bottles. '
AN WISH IIWUSI Htf NOTES
Sill JAMES lillANr
;'otr, Strong Individuality, Ureal
Activity of Intellect and Unbounded
Common Sense Able Cabi
New York, Oct. IP Sir Janus tlrnnt,
sbo for morn tlinn 11 generation has
been ih)slelan to the (loernors-(leii.
tml of Cnnmln, Is In the elt). Ho nt
teniled the mililliiR of his son anil Miss
Lie on Wednesday afternoon.
Asked to make a stattment ns to his
lens on tho lniicndlnR eleUlons In
tho United Stntis from 11 Cuiindin 1
point of ler, Sir James drunt unlit
'Cnnadn Is for McKlnle, from Nor.i
Seotln to llrlllsh Colombia. 1 he iroi
perlty of )onr countr) has been iinWr
Ills administration that our lendliu
statesmen, flnnnclira and merelianls
nie of the opinion that any change at
present nuitld be detrimental to the
hist Interests of the Republic. 'Pic
reason that Cnnadn tnkis auih n iliep
Interest In tho nffalrs of the t'nltvl
States Is laikdj nttrlbutnblo to tbo
established friendship bttwten the
tnitid Stales nnd Orcat llrltalti. I
had the Kliitlllratlon to nuet Prrslil'Pt
,MiKtnIc and his Cabinet In CIiIi.iko
last jenr on the oceialon ol the conur
btone living of the new- Federal hull 1-
Ins M Inttivlew- with the President
was most cnJonble. He Is n man
power, of sttong liullvlJualltv,
activity of Intellect nnd
common sense. Theso thlngH, In m
opinion, have contributed lurgcl) In
making his administration ns cmlneni
1 succesiful ns It Ins been I considi 1
tieciotiulcs Kong, Sniilli and (luge llnw
of his Cnblnct oillccrs, u trio of Intci
lcctual power pnd nblllty They 11 3
men who me pucmlnentl) Hpcclnlli's
In the departments over which the"
pieslde with such rcmarkuble nblllty
Imperialism Is a bugaboo You could
no more change the spirit of republi
canism tlinn J 011 could change tip
germ that produces the great wlio-t
crops of jour countrj The principle!
that govern mi, weie established I15
the great Washington uiul no man
since his day has done more to
strengthen tho foundation on vvhl li
the set nnd rest, than President M
Klnle)." MAC'S IIILO HAT
Illlo, Nov. 2. The genial ox-pot
lutirtate of Hawaii, who worshipped "o
nsslduously nt tho nltnrs of Madame
Pcle nnd the brunette charms of Wnh
kca, has been heard from by several
of his Illlo friends. He Is, or was, ut
time of writing, residing in San Fran
cisco, divided in mind ns to whether ho
should dcpnrt for Peru or Tahiti. Ho
mnde no allusion to Hawaii, except to
remark parenthetical!) that the clluinto
wns dlslntegrntlng to the nerves a-.d
he felt 110 desire foi It.
Mns has been economizing In heat
pear and wears In the California metro
polis the same papale, broad of brl"i
nnd Hawaiian of manufacture, which
he sported on Pront Btrcet nnd ever nnd
anon along the lava strewn and donkey
Infested shores of Konn. This eccen
tricity for cranial covering has aroused
t. more than fluttering Interest In the
hearts of blase San Franciscans, nnd
uearl) precipitated several riots among
the mob, who apparently look upon It
ns an emblem of Pol) ncslnn Popocarcy,
or 10 to 1 talking through a hapa-haolo
The first time that his attention was
called to his unconventional henr-'le
strojer Is related by Mac as follow l:
"Coming to tho Windsor In a cable enr
n little, urchin boarded us, selling pn
pers. Immediately he sot his eje on
me a broad, knowing smile spuad over
his precocious mug. 'Hello,' ho shout
ed, 'how's Honolulu?' looking criti
cally nt tho hat. Every ono began to
laugh 'You must bu n mind reado,
1 said, 'Oh I know )nus fellers when I
see j 011s,' he grinned, jumping off tho
car with the- agility of n monke), to
hoatd another one."
For Fevcr.il successive days thereafter
Mac found himself mora amusing to
the general public than Pickings from
Puck or 11 Sunriay Supplement, anl
young ladicH especially teemed to snillo
at htm, If not upon him, without any
lawful excuse. "Sunday mornlni?,
however." he sa)s, "the nostcry was
chared up. A Bleck little Chlnamin
knocked gently nt tho door of my ba 1
dolr and said, 'You llkeo buy lotlleo
ticket?' 'How much?' say I 'Oh, I show
)ou,' t.a)s he, stepping In as ho spokn
and closing tho door with an air 0:
nuttm as If he was running tho
gauntlet of nil the dotectlves In San
Francisco. Then he taught sight of
tho hat. 'You mally?" ho said 'Hlmeby,
I think,' said I, 'You mally now,' ho
said, 'That ou wife hat pointing to
It Mac doesn't look out he will h
hauled up as a second Luetgert who In
dlspobcd In somo msstertous manner of
his wife nnd ever) thing connected with
her except tho hat.
Tho use of the Singer in millions of
homes shows tho unprecedented suc
cess of theso ideal sow tug machine
It Is convincing proof that tho Singer
excels In nil lclwb of family sewing
ami art needle work. All our sowing
machines nre of tho best construction,
beautifully decorated, nnd nro mounted
on selected woods in finely finished
cabinets of artistic design II IJifr
gersen, agent, lC'.i Bethel strct'.
jiltn .rii i.Ytitnr i nl WniittiHrtiliMtiliaft llifi
miii in it 1 1 ,iitru V
ami ui ,ilalul;i
The Prince of Wales Dots Not Share
the Spirit Displayed by Lord
Durham H. R. H. Hires
tendon, Oct, 17. The results of the
strond iln)'s rncliiR nt the Untwlck Oc
lolur meeting are not (nlciilnlcd to
kwn.11 the llrlllsh Irritation nl the aii
piemney of the American Jockea on
the English turf, ns evidenced by tho
severe nttnek mnde upon Ainerkiri
Jockejs by Lord Durham at n recet.t
mtctlng of tho Jockey Club. The lllst
four races on toilnj's program were
won by riders Impnrteil from tho Unf
ed .States nnd one of the winning
horses Is the property of an American.
lho Ontwlck middle-weight IniiuU
enp wns won by C. S. Newton's Anne,,
with Danny Mnlur In the saddle. This
raco Is of I0UU sovereigns, distance
one nnd a half miles
The .Monlelloic plate of 100 sover
eigns resulted in n victory of John
.Smith's Mountain Duck ridden hv Kit;
by. This event was for three-ca
olds nt ono mile.
Rlgbj also liul3hcd first on Mr
Duke 8 King's Evidence In the Craw
toi selling handicap of 200 sovereign-,
distance seven fill longs.
Tho Mold plate was won by Mr.
t Diake's Irish Lass, with Lester Itcltl In
This event Is of 100 Bov
1 reigns, for two-jeur-olds,
Observers at recent events were no
surprised at Lord Dm ham's nclur..
'1 he storm had been gathering for sonic
tunc. It is pointed out, huwcvci, that
his Lordship's admission that Amc 1
1 nus arc ousting the less suucssutl
llrlllsh trnlncis nnd Jixl.ejs fioui th
turf clear!) shows that attacks 011 the.
Americans Is the outcome of Jcnlousy
The fact that the Pi luce of Wale has
retained the services of Tod Sluan lit
perhaps the highest letalner cvci giv
en to a Jocke) Is regarded us u clear
Indication that Ills Itojal lllghu"-'s
does not slime the opinions of Loid
Durham and Is rcgarued as a slgnl.1
tunt lefutntlon of tho chaiges again it
Messrs. Druke and Wlshaid publishe 1
h) tho stewnrds of the Jocl.ey Club.
J. A. Drake In un Interview today
said that American Jocke) s are clear))
not wanted hero and that tho time wM
soon come when they will In somo wi,)'
bo hanillcnppcd off the course.
Lester Rclff voiced the consensus of
opinion of all the American Jockcjj
when he asserted that "no one outside
would credit what the American Jockey
li compelled to put up with. Ever) ob
stacle and Irritating auno)ancc pus
slblo Is resorted to to defeat us, and It
Is only by the exercise of the greatest
self-control that we nrc enabled to
prevent nn open rupture with our Eng
lish competitors, which wo are all anx
ious to avoid."
Henry Lnbouchcre's Truth calls upon
the Jockey Club to ndopt a rule of tho
American Jockey Club prohibiting ill
'artificial aids," such as m)SterIotis
drinks and h)podcrmlc Injections
'whereby a horse can be momentarily
Improved out of all recognition." The
"Those knowing when a horse hnj
been treated to a stimulant and when
not have a sure card up their sleeves.
great deal of the recent form has
been scandalously irreconcilable und,
taken in connection with tho betting on
the races, the question appears lias
Mineral concoctions are dangerous.
Nature never designed them for heal
ing man. From tlmo Immemorial,
man's healer was purely vegetable;
and from that tlmo to this, naturo's
unfailing remedy for rheumatism, and
kindred diseases, was tho same nt
that found In KIcnpoo Indian OIL It
Is nature's remedy, and acts as kind
ly as nature. It drives nvvay pain,
kills the dread rheumatism and re
stores tho w calmed tissue. It is mado
the same as tho Indians mado It cen
turies ago, out of roots, barks, herbs,
funis, leaves, gathered finm naturo's
unerring laboratory. Its record for
ciiics is unparalleled. Boforo civil
ized man had heard of It, It Kept tho
natives In perfect health. And since
civilized man has known It, the cate
gory of cures has becomo voluminous.
No other medicine has made such
cures, because. Kickapoo Indian Oil
Is naturo's remedy, andna turu stands
hick of It. Your druggist has It. ot
cun get It. Insist on getting the gen
uine Kickapoo Indian OIL Hobrou
Drug Co., Agents for the Kickapoo
JAPAN tiHIi WARSHIPS.
Yokohama, Oct. 25 The Asahl ar
rived jesterdny at Yokosuka. Japan
has now the honor of possessing the
finest battleship In the world. Tho
Asnhl Is the second of the battleships
ordered under tho post-bellum piogra-n
the first being tho Shlklshlma. Her
tonnago Is 15,413, and she Is thus 100
tons bigger than her sister rhlp the
Shlklshlma. There remain to urrlvo
the Hatsusc and the Mlknsa, which will
he sister ships, each 15..M3 tuns dis
placement Japan will then have ulx
tlrst-class battleships. Tho Asahl's
horto power Is 15,207, and her speed Is
IS knots Shu Iiiib foul IMnch giiai,
fourteen 15 tent quick-firers, twelve
17-m in quick-firers und live tinpedn
tub's. Her bunker capacity Is 1,100
Real L'itiU And InwtMe.
AOKNIH FOU .
New England Mutual Life In
surance CO. GF BObTON.
TNA fire insurance Compant
HENRY ST. OOAH,
Mombcn Stock ind Bond Eiotaife.
AND DEALERS IN
ParttaiUf atttntloa tlna lo tckaa aa4 salt l
Hiwallan Sntar Stock
Loaca NatMlaH4. Baatara aal Foialfa llxsa
403 Cnllfornla St.,
Son Francisco, Cal.
Stock and Bond Broker
, Mtnbir of Hawaiian Stock Eickaoct.
Mtilnemv niock. Fort Htroot.
A. ,T. CAMPBELL,
Stock anil Bond Broker.
Meabtt ol Iba Hoaololo Stock Bickaan.
oolco Cluoon street, oppoalto Dnlcu.
V.l.ortna jA P O Rot a-.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Bnporlntondlus;
Moclro-iLyclnuilIc Powor Transinleitlos
KKPOr.TS AND ESTIMATES!
KUKNiyHED. . . .
Vi I th (,'ntton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Offlo.) next to Pm . Sfteo. IK
SA MES T. TAYLOR,
M. Aa. Soe. C. B.
SOU .Tudil lllock Tela. 6J.
gonoltilu Iron Works Ct
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription mado to order. Boiler worl
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repair
executed at 'shortest notice.
THE HAWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HlLO.
Is a pretty
ood paper for
$2.50 per an
who use its c
HAWAII SHIMPO SHA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,"
tha only dally Japantta raper publlabcd
In tha Territory ot Hawaii
Y. SOOA. Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
t- Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge. King street. P O. Box 007.
CASUALTIES IP NORTH
Seattle Wash., Oct. 23. The schoon
ci Alice, Captain Mllner, arrived this
morning from Port Clatonco nnd Nomo
after n tempestuous vojage, encounter
ing storm after storm all tho vvav
down. The Allco left Nome September
25th nnd Immediately ran Into a gain
which lasted until she reached Unlmak
Pass September 23th. through which,
after alternate ca.m and gale, she pass
ed Octobor 4th She arrived off Capo
Flattery Octobe 13th, hut could not
make nn entrjr.ro for a week. In tho
storm on tne cape her rigging was
At Cape Prlri e of Wales tho Allco
took on board the tews of tho schoon
ers L)dla Maytlower and Victoria, both
ot which ha I b?en wrecked In tho Arc
tic storms. No lives wore lost from
either vessel At Port Clarcnto It was
learned that twelve vessels had been
driven back Into the Arctic and only
ono had returned.
The loss of thre omlacks, contain
ing upward of 100 Indians, was report
ed. Flvo heavll) laden omlacks let:
Kings Islands for the mainland. Ono
1 cached the mouth of the Imurock riv
er and the other made Port Clarence,
reporting the loifc of the other three.
Captain Mllner reports tho steamer
Robert Dollar nt St. Michael September
25th. On the same date the Thomas V
iiajard was at Nome. Tho Francis
Alice, which put out fiom Port Clar
ence cnil) in Seftembei with a carpen
ter and five seamen oil board, had not
been heard from to September 19th.
'I lie lurk Oakland was discharging
cargo nt Port Clarence September 19th.
The hark Colona was ut Port 8pencer
September 20th and tho Lottie I
Wing nnd Wing nnd Cnrrlo und Annie
nil wife In Grant!) harbor.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money It It
falls to cure K W. Orovo's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
-A "" ' i TffTrlAriifcr i
1 iimiii u. nn iiaiiiinui
Jndd llulldltiK, I'ort strecL
Incorporaled under ho Us of tU
Territory of Hawaii.
Inld Cnnllnl tflno.OOO
Rcncrve , (10,000
Undivided ProfllH IOH.OOO
OKncmia and t)inKCTott8.
Charles M. Cooko President
P. C. Jonea Vleo President
C. II. Cooko Caahler
V. C. Atherton .... Atslataat Cashier
Henry Wnterbouae, Tom May, F. W.
Macfnrlnne, B. D. Tenner. J. A. M
Candlcss. Solicits tho Acconnta of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
promptly and carefully attend to all
business connected with banking en
trusted to it. Sell and Purchase For
eign Exchange, laauo Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Term Depoalts received
nnd Interest allowed In accordance
with rules and conditions printed In
passbooks, copies of which may bo bad
Wm. O, lawi
HONOLUtt H ,
San franciico AgenttiiK ;;kva
NA-noKAt. IUkk or Sam Frakoihoo.
San Fkanoisco -The Novacta Nation
Bank of Ban Frnnclnco.
Lownof Tho Union Bank of London
Nkw York American Exchange N
CutOAao MorehanU National Bank.
Paiii" Credit Lyonnsln.
Bkhlin Drosdnor Rank.
Honuomo and Yokohama nonk. nit
Hlianglinl Banking: Corporation,
Nnw Kkaland Attn Aiistbaua Bank
of Now Zealand.
Victoria amp Vanoouvsr Bank o
British North Ainorlut.
Time! 1 Guenl Biiflu ni mmt imm
DepoUta Received. Loans aide 00 Ao
ProjfdBjcnritv. Oonmerdal and Travalan
BUli of Kxcharjiaa lioigM
Pkoin-n.T AoooiwTsn rn
BISHOP 5c Co.
Transact a General Bankii g
nnd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler s
Litters of Credit issued, avail
abloinall the principal citit a
o " the world.
Interest allowed after .Tnl-tr
1. 1898, on fixed deposits 7
day notico 2 per cent, (thia
form will not bear interest
unless it remains undis
turbed for ono month). 3
months 3 per cent. 6 montlm
3J por cent, 12 months 4.
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEO. It, 1811, tlU,f7T&
Money loaned on approved seearttr.
ASavlngsBank tor monthly ctopoatHB.
Houses built oa the monthly tnaUH
Twentieth Bert of Block la aa-ra
OFFICERS T. P. Lanslnj. Frsat.
dent; a B. Hose, Vice President; C. B.
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Seereterr.
DIRECTORS T. F. Lanalns;. & .
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Koech, Uaai-a
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, a B.
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR.
Chamber ot Commerce) rooms.
Ofllc Hours- lf-an vxn n
Savings DepoalU wtU bs
received and interest allowed by this
Bank at four and otto-half per oaaU
Printed copies ot the Boles and Bof
uUUons may be obtained on'sppllcatlon.
Offloo at bank building on atorchaat
BISHOP A CO.
Tfja lTojohaijjQ Specie Bui;
SubacrltxA Capital Yn umaM
Pall tip Capital Yen .1 nw.
Rthcrv.4 Icini YcnB,ikatao
Head OrBce, YikaluaM.
The Bank buys and receives for ajsaV
lectlon Bills ot Ezchaaee, Isaacs Drafts
and Letters of Credit, ana trsaaasai
a general banal ns boataesx.
Oa Hiad Dapaatt It t aaaalka. a as a s. a
Oa FUaS Dm (w a aan, jif
Uraruh ol du Yohoaaiu Spacla Dark,
Mnr Remilic BniMm. Ill umsi, lUKlm
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers are furnished with from
five to six lists per week, giving an ac
curate record ot dceda, mortgages,
teases, releases, powers ot attorney,
etc., etc., which srn placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 12.00 PES
A. V. GDAR,
JutM Building, Honolulu.
NKAff WA I