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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1901.
BaffP8 . ?
SfctMK.Biyslclans And Dentists.
Or. Henrv W. Ibward has temoveJ his
ffire to the cottace on Amkea street, just
tmauka of Masonic Temple
g ti 12 a. m.;
jtaap. m. and
7 to 8 p. in.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
TELE HONES i
OFtire, Maii, js,
HOURS II A. M. TO 1.
1 P.M !
I TO J P. M j TO I I'. M.
SlMUVS l-f P. M,
f a. box fci.
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 Hcretnnln Street,
SUN DAY -9 to 1 1
DR. J. T. WAY80N,
HuremoveJ to his new office and rest-
4ence, Beretanla St., neatly opposite Air
rvrcirc untiix; I a.m.t.03 p.m
" ww.w 0:30 p.m. to 7:
TLL. Wain 346
DR. C. A. PBTliRSON
Q11 ro-occi ed his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
1 7- P.M. J
33. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Oilice and Residence: Comer
Beretanla and Mll'er streets.
lOrnci Hours: s to 11 a.m.
1 10 j p. M.
T 10 P. M.
. SUftDAVt ')0 to II.IO A. M.
7KEPHONE ai. WHITE l
3R. WALTER HOFFMANN.
3ERETANIA STREET (opposite the
Telephono 510. P. 0. Hoi, 601.
Office hours: S to 10 a. 121.; 1 to 3
3. tn.;7 to 8 p. ra.;Sundays, S to 11 a. m.
DR. ALBBRT E. NICHOLS
3D ra. t i b t.
Off.ce for the present with Dr. Anderson,
Alakea St. near Hotel.
Offke Hours 8:30 to 4
A, C WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL. D. D. S.,
tore Building, Fort Street.
Boars: 2 to 4. Telephone 434.
Peterson & Matthewman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
r. o. Kox i6
TFLCPHtmr, Maii ,61
15 KAAHUMANU ST
iEQ. A. DAVIS
GEO. D. GEAR
OAVIS & GEAR
Htorneys and Counsellors at Law
Somas 202, 203, 302, Judd Building.
, "Zot. Fort and Merchant Sts.. Honolulu
J. M. KANEAKTJA,
Attorney and Counsellor at
(Moo: In the Occidental Hotel,
vanwr o King and Alakea Streets,
Chinese and Japanese Finns.
Done in Crayon or Oil
.Pictures Framed In any styU
Framed Pictures for salt.
-.-.New Mouldings for Frames hav
King and Alapai streets,
Near'Honolulu Stock Yards.
K& TELEPHONE 8G0
A CX Box li. Til. mi
Latest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing, a
Clothes Dyed Fast Black or any color
S3 Hotel Sty Ne2JlJipt
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA, M.tiij.r.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
7torry Oflct: Rood, t utiutrt Spr.ck.lf boll)
toy 71. 5"
.LAMES SKIRTS CLEAND
ClothineCltanti, Py?J 4 Repaired
MJI1& niAuo iuukuck--rn
t Mrnte4. 4-Lowtst Prlve.
rtSf, nir Kukuf, anJ nf ar Orpheum Thiter,
rPrtm CUanlag ont suit, f u Dyeing suit f.j.
M Fkii AlSOrTMlNT opAmebican, Enolishahd
Scotch cloth on hand
Sa, 3 Nuuanu itrret, Honolulu, H.It.
irerkanJ r1tUit rll fuarantead
Clothtt ClaanaJ and Haoalrad
SOOU NO. 10, HPRECKELH BLOOI
H iUtlou Work u Upeclalty,
Beer and Bine Dealers.,
iMl'OKCr.MB, AND WHOLltSALB
Tinnnn Hod one
AnMi lor IM Rottl.J Rticltr Oitr cl sttil
No. 10 NUUAHTj Oihelt
Feilir Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian Isiandi,
F-. O. Dot tjT. Mutual T.lfpfcwt 3,38
QONSALVES &c CO., Ltd
325 Qooeri street HonMrtln H
7onsolidateil Socla Water Co., L6
j)rner Alien & Tort St., Honolulu
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band.
LARGE INVOICE OF
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It lias'nt come to stay ; it's going
fast, but there's more com
ing every month.
L. H. DEE, Prop.
ithltects, Contractors and Builders
BUILDER . . .
Jobbing : Promptly : Atteuileil : To
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
Q.o. W. P.M
P. W. BotdiU.
P. O. Boi ji
BBARD8LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builder
Office: Rooms 2-4. Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish-
Short Notice. 1441
Or ALL KINDS.
Healers in Lumber and Goal
Queon street. Honolulo
U. F. BBRTBLMAN'S
0 :ar of old stand. Entrance on King
t. 0:'r left at either shop, or offici,
t John Nott's 'ore, Kin; street, will rr
W nromc ktttn'loo. Kti'tf
75 and 79 King Streo
TELEPHONE NO 81.
NOW Is the tlmo to get leak k
brottkge Men to, and yoor
Roofs Put In 0cU-
By competent wottesy
w. H. Dath b w. BAtTl,
HonolnlQ Sheet Metal Works
Galvanized Iron Skylights end Veatllttf -
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Wort
RlcbarJi Strut. b.t. Quito d4 MirchtDt, Htittk1
AVJobbloc pronptty ttt.cl.l t).B
Tel. White 41. P. O. Box 870
Notice to Property Owners and Bonders
I wish to notify the Property Owners
and Bull ers In general, that 1 am now
opjn for business In the Territory Stables
Block, King St., and am ready to give
tigures on all kinds of plumbing and sew
erage work. A complete line always cat
rled In stock.
C. H. BROWN,
Telephone Main 48 Sanltarv Plumber,
P. O. Box 811. 355 king St.
iKjneiol Managei oi
To. Equitable Life Assurance Soota
Of th United BUtcu for the Hawalla
Ornmi Mtfohant rnr,et. Ill"'
M. PHILLIPS k CO..
Wholesale Impoiton and fobfcerp
i&Topsin md American D7 fl:.
Fo t and Queen fit rev U,
. HAOKFELD & OO.,!:"
1EHERAL COMMISSION A6KB
Sar.Fort ond Queen Street! Coctu
Mrs. Eames Writes of
Facts Pertinent to
WHAT MODERN CITIES
HAVE DONE TO BEAUTIFY
What Has Honolulu Done to Beautify
or Wipe Oat Crowded Sections
System That Has no System
-Popularity of Paris.
The street syptem keeps Its plain
at the ery heart nud centir ot tl.c
municipal oilnilnlsur.tlon. I lie etrcri
(.yhlcin U tu tho municipality what Dip
1 Initiatory system Is to the human or
ganism, nnd upon Its elllcnclmts plan
and workings depend the henltli mid
well-being of every department of busi
ness and social life. Thcro are two
kinds of streets In nil systems Just
ns there nrc two, kinds of municipal
transit. The great cities lime, 1st,
their lutuork of minor streets and :d
their system of great thoroughfares and
boulevards pertaining tu the metropolis
as n whole.
Says Mr. Albert Shaw, "The experi
ence of Paris candidly studied, ought to
convince tho most skeptical that theiu
Is no modern community of civilized
men which cannot nlTord to provide for
Its nreas of dense population the most
perfect public appointments that tech
nical nnd scientific knowlcdgo hnve ills
covered and prescribed; well ronttu
nnd clean streets; good water, proper
drainage, convenient transit facilities,
complete schools, thorough sanitary or
ganization, these at least should be
considered tho Irreducible minimum.
No city should think Itself rich enough
to prosper without them nnd no city
Is so poor that It cannot afford them If
It has any reason for continued exist
ence. Hut further than this Indlspcr.
sable minimum nny city might hopeful
ly bend Its energies toward the ncqulBl
tlou of the finest flowers and fruits of
culture and nrt. Paris has exemplified
these propositions with nn unfaltering
faith in science, in art, and In civiliza
tion that deserves our homage."
It Is the "Indispensable minimum"
that Is the first concern of Honolulu,
The location of Honolulu as a cosmo
politan port has had something to do
with the prcvnleuce of Infectious dis
eases, but the lack ot a proper system
ot streets and sewers. Its unreformed
and densely populated areas, nnd Its
tardiness In the adoption and enforce
ment of modern sanitary admlntstra
the methods has had more. If in Hono
lulu a group of tho enlightened and
energetic men would unsparingly cite,
in tho face even ot derision and dis
dain, the best results achieved In other
towns not only those of Prance, but I
also those of Germany, Belgium, Italy,
Hngland and even ot America, for the
awakening of their fellow-citizens.
much might be gained. There Is no
reason why we should receive cveiy
scourge and pestilence here with open
arms. Thcro Is no reason why instead
the death rato should not be steadily
reduced In a corresponding rates with
that of other cities with energetic sani
tary administration. Low figures In
the death rato speak eloquently of goo.l
municipal housekeeping, that Is to say
of satisfactory water nnd dralnago.
public cleaning, food inspection, and
vigilance against Infectious diseases.
When tho great city of Amsterdam
with a population of "-140,057 souls, the
death rate ns in 1893-94 was less thr.n
ofr the whole of Holland, In the faro
ot the old maxim that death ra'.cs
increase In a certain mathematical ra
tio as density Increases, then surely
modern sanltnry improvements and
administrative methods are vindicated
beyond nil controversy.
The ground plan of tho modern city
is the Important consideration. The
usual American system is tho simple
checker-board. The German Bstem Is
a combination of tho radial and con
centric with tho rectangular nnd paral
lel and no argument Is needed to Bhow
that tho combination system Is by far
tho most effectlvo.
The suburban tendency demands the
distinct recognition of n series of main
thoroughfares which shall make easy
the movement ot population to and
fiom tho buslncs center. All tho Ger
man cities nro adjusting their systems
to tho demand for quick transit.
It Is unnecessary In Germany to
nrguo that broad, welt kept thorough
fares aro cheap at any cost, nud that
narrow, contracted lll-pnvcd, noisy
streets nro so frightfully expensive tltnt
no country but n very rich ono can uf
ford to have thorn.
The catalog of cities which during
tho past twenty and thirty years, hnve
adjusted their streets to the needs of a
rapidly growing population, Includes
I.lego, nnissalg, Antwerp, Paris, IyoiiB
Marseilles, Milan. Home, Hanover, Ber
lin, Vienna and others.
There has been, for Instance, 'n Bel
glum a great passion for municipal
renovation. The town of I.iego bought
up all tho houses lining a narrow, but
central and Important street , The
houses went demolished and tho street
greatly widened. The bulldlnt; b'.us
were then sold In toto to a company for
nn amount more than sufllclenc to
cover tho cost of original purchase and
destruction of buildings. Tho rom
pany built In part nnd sold In part nnd
tho result Is n magnificent rt.oiiern
street, now solidly built up,
Tho beautiful brood boulovnid. with
double rows of splendid trees that
curves through I.iego was once the
courso of tho river Meuso, or of one
branch, tho town being built upon on
Island. Tho river was diverted Into a
strnlBhterchnnnel some seventy ycats
ngo, and n grand street was mado of
the other and larger channel. About
1879 a smnller Island was ncqul'cd by
the government nnd sold to the munici
pality of I.lege tor 1 000,000 fivic-a. The
authorities laid ont lino strrcU
sold building lots. Within two
.us tho new uddltlon was splendidly
built tin with reaidcnce tono. .Tlu
city's speculation was a very lucrative
Brussels nrd Antwerp hfte employed
the sr.mc plana to rebuild nnd Imptnvt
their central struts.
The city of Milan In Its ambition to
become n convenlntly nppolntjd, clean
nnd wholesome, nnd In short dlstlm
tlvcly modern center of nineteenth cen
tury European life has enWod upon
vast changes, received wl"i general
commendation. In the period from
18C0 to 1880 these took the form chiefly
of street Improvements. The Piazza
del Duonio wns greatly enlarged nnd a
series of widened nnd tUnilKhtene:!
main thoroughfares wns made to radi
ate from this center to nil tho nntet
portions of the town, which It a poly
gon In shap;.
Street railways and omnibus line
were brought to a focus at the Piazza
del Duonio, which was Joined to the
PInzzn della Scala on the noith hy the
most mnqninccnt arcades In the world,
and with tho Plaza do Merctntl on the
west by broad thoroughfares Thus
through brave demolishing nnil reir-
rnngements, Milan has cieated what fo
few cities posaesi nn adequate nrterlal
Tho rapidly growing city demon
strates yearly the advantage of n cen
tral receiving and distributing reser
voir for the dally flux of population,
such ns the Piazza del D.iomo furnlshc3
w Ith Hh dorcn or more radiating thor
oughfares and Its-eight or ten converg
ing street car lines.
Is there n type of city on the face of
the globe which cries out for brotd
streets and nliy spaces ns does tho city
of the tropics?
The Anglo-Saxon Idea of soundness
and thorough going methods demands
that vc begin our municipal rcnovn
ttons nt tho foundation. What Is the
ground plan for Honolulu? Is th
parallel si stem of thirteen mites in
length nnd less than one-in width. 34
stated In thohally press, tho .very best
Bystcm for our conditions?
The renovation nnd readjustment of
Honolulu to the needs of a rapidly
growing population presents a prob
lem moro similar to those of tho Eu
ropean than the American city. In
America there Is nearly nlwnys plenty
of loom, and the custom Is for tho city
to leave its unbcautlful tenting grounds
nnd move on.
Here we must reconstruct, rearrange
with conditions bearing n certain' re
semblance to the squalor and unh
glcnlc surroundings of the early Euro
pean city. Dops the parallel system
then adapt Itself easily to the exigen
cies of municipal housekeeping the
public cleaning, tho quick transit
What of the large number of B'reeU
which are really only alleys, the lack
of coherence, purpose or design in thIr
Improved rock crushers aro dcsIrabK
All theso then to put the permanence
of mncadam upon tortuous, incoherer.
compromises? Thcro aro areas In Ho
nolulu which tho municipality or gov
ernment might well purchase, ilcmollth
the buildings, rearrange, widen nnd re
grade the streets, put upon the marVi
with suitable building nnd Bantu-y
regulations for settlement nnd make i
pioflt In the undertaking. At the sum
time milling aanltar sections of hcu .
to the city.
Tho grudging delay in the matter of
widening nnd rearranging tho street-.
involves In the end a tremendous sacri
fice of symmetry and beauty In th.
street system as a whole. What Is the
paltry matter of a rise of a few doII.ii-.
In tho tnx list to the greater Incubu3 o:
a city so haunted by pestilence and
fllth that even the tourist, to say nuth
Ing of tho home-maker avoids her
Mr. J. A. Fllchner in charge of th"
California exhibit nt the Paris Expo
sition asks In his report to tho Cham
bcr of Commerce, "Why t is that weal
thy people from nil over the world and
especially from America go to Paris to
spend their money?" His conclusion
Is that It Is not because of nny natural
advantages nor on nccount of the scen
ery or climate, but because of what
money an,d nrt have done for Paris In
statuary, monuments and palaces, l.i
well-paved and clean kept boulevards,
with wldo sldewalkB and borders of
oven shado trees. "It has paid Paris,"
ho adds, "an Inland city to beautify
and make Itself attractive.'
ANNA AI.WARD EAMES.
"They put the dollar before tho man
all throuch the campaign!'
"Well, tho eventshows that they put
tho dollar where It would do the ino-tt
Dyspepsia can be. nnd Is cured by
tho use of PAIN'-KIM.EH. This Is the
most wonderful nnd valuable mcdlclnn
ever known for this dlsense: Its nctlon
upon tho system Is entirely different
fiom any other preparation over
known. The patient while tnklng this
medicine may eat anything tho nppetlte
cinves. Avoid substitutes, thero Is but
ono Pnln-Klller, Peny Davis", Price
23c. ami SOc.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and HuForintendlnt
Electrical 0 Hydraulic
FJoctro-HydraulIc Power Transmission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNI8EED. . . .
With Cntton-Noll Co., Quoen strool.
OHloo next to Poffloo. 12Si
J A MES T. TAYLOR,
806 Judd Block. Tola. (IS-.
kCojioIuIu Iron Works. (. v
Improved and modern SUGAR HA
CHINERY ot every capacity and de
scrlptlon mado to order. Boiler wotl
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrlgfctlot
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repair:
executed at shortest notice.
Notice to Taxpayers.
Honolulu, Jan. 2, loot.
I bee to direct vour Ddal altentlo-' M
that portion of the statute (Sec. 870. Civ ll
Laws, 1897) pi ovldlngtlut taxation returns
shall state the "description, situation .mi
value"' nf the property returncJ, and to
Rule 2 of the Regulations of the Board of
as we I as Its kcitlon and other descrip
tion shall be state J.
And I have to notify yu that 110 return
wnich does not comply with the law and
said Regulations will be accepted by me.
I7i8-Jan ,to,t7 Aesor of Oahu
TO THE INHABITANTS AND OTH
ER PERSONS LIABLE TO PAY
TAXES IN THE TERRITORY OF
The Assessors of the Territory of
Hawaii heieby give notice that their
olllres will be Spell from the FIRST
TO THE THIRTY-FIRST DAY 01-
JANUARY. Inclusive, from 9 a. m. to
I p. in., (Sundns and holiday s except
ed), and on SATURDAYS until 12
noon, nnd nil persons liable tu be taxed
In said Territory of Hawaii, either In
their own light or as (Itinnllnn, Admlr.
Istrator, Executor, Trustee or other
wise, are required by law to bring In to
tho Assessors, within the time above
specified, true lists ot alt their polls
and estates, both, real nud personal.
Your attention Is called to the fol
lowing regulations of the Board ot
Equalization for the Assessment nnd
Collection of Taxes for the Territory of
No. 1 Value of land to be separate
from value of buildings and improve
ments. No. 2 In making a return, state th
street and number of lots In town, or
lots In the country shall bo describe
hy noting the names of the 111 or
Ahupuaa In which they ate situated
and the number of the Land Com
mission Award and Royal Patent tin
der which tho land Is held, and the
area. Also state if any property has
been sold during the year, to whom
and for what price.
No. 3 Returns of Personal Property
are to be as of your books of January
No. 4 Under leasehold Interests a
schedule must bo given of all lease
their term, rental and unexpired
No. 5 Grow lng crops of all kinds, not
specified above, are taxable. Grow
lng rice Is to be assessed May 1.
No. C All Schedules attached to th's
return are a part thereof and must be
filled out as follows:
Schedule A Entitled "Growing Crop
of Cane." requires the following par
ticulars: No. of Acres, Description,
Valuo per Acre, Estimated Yield In
Tons of Sugar of Crop Canes.
Si hedule B Entitled "Lands Leased."
requires p-vrtlculars as per rule No. I.
Schedule C Kiititl.nl "Lands Held In
Fee Sin.; Ie." .equlics paitlculaix is
. -r ruin No i. Also state Is the land
In Forest. Cine or Pasture.
Schedule D Entitled "Cattle List," re
quires number and value of working
and herd cattle, milch cows and
bulls native or Imported.
Schedule E Entitled "Information
Required In Estimating Aggregate
Value of Business Enterprises for
Profit, required by Section 08. Ses
sion I.awa. 1S90," statement of past
year's business. Amount gross re
ceipts. Total actual 1 mining expen
ses. Amount net profits. Number of
tons of crop If a sugar, coffee or rleo
plantation. Sales of corporation
stock. Namo of vendor, namo of
vonilee, number of shares, price paid,
number tons, estimated crop for tho
succeeding year. Estimated aggrn
gate value of business enterprise.
No. 7 Consignments of Property wher
ever from, In or out of bond, aro u
bt taxed here.
No. S Personal taxes aie to be paid
by every male Inhabitant of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii between tho ages ot
twenty and sixty years, unless
exempt by law.
Assessor of Oahu.
WILLIAM T. ROBINSON.
Assessor of Maul.
NATHAN C. WILLFONG.
Assessor of Hawaii.
J. K FARLEY.
Assessor of Kauai.
THEO. F. LANSINO, Treasurer.
Honolulu, December 31, 1900.
The Treasurer approves of the fol
lowing list of persons to act as Deputy
Assessors and Collectors for the year
Oahu Alexander D. Thompson
Honolulu James L. Holt
Ewa aud Walanae .. Frank K. Archer
Walalua Edward Horo
Koolauloa William K. Rathburn
Koolaupoko No. 1.... Henry C. Adams
Koolaupoko No, 2 Jumes Davis
Lahalua, Molokal and Lnnal
O. H. Dunn
Walluku James N. K. Keola
Makawao W. O. Aiken
Hann A Gro3s
Hlla and North Ililo. Geo. H. Williams
Hnmakua William Hoi tier
South Kohala Wllmot Vredenbur
North Kohala Eben P. Low
Not th Konn J, Knelemakiilu
South Koiia., II. John Aim
Kan William P. Fennel)
Punn Henry J. I.vnum
Walmea and Nllhau T. BrBti.lt
Koloa Hemy Blako
Llhue J. B. Hanalkl
Kawalhau . .'. ,,. . . J. W. Neal
Hanalel W. H. Deverlll
THEO. V. I.ANSINO, Treasurer. (
Honolulu, December 31, 1900.
1728-31 Jan. 3. 10. 17.
8an francltco AttnttTnn Nrtada
Nation At, Bank or Sam Fbanctsoo,
Bah Frahoiboo -The Norsda National
Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Bank ot London
New York American Exchange) Ma
CmoAoo Merchants National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Bkrlin Dfosdner Bank.
ItONKONQ AND YOKOHAMA Honking
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vanoouvmh Bank 0
British North America.
Truuct 1 General BuHii uiEltsUieBuUK
DepoUti Received. Loans made on Ap
proved Becorlty. OommercUl and Trave'trl
Credits lulled. Bills of Exchange hotgb
OOLUOTIOHS PKOOTTLT ACOQPITTID Toa.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Latters of Credit issued, avail
able in all tho principal cities
ot the world.
Interest allowed after July
1,1898, on fixed deposits?
day notice 2 per cent, (this
form will not boar interest
unless it remains undis
turbed for ono month), 3
months 3 per cent., 6 months
3& per cent., 12 months 4
per cent. '
Pioneer Building and
A88BTS, DEO. 11, 1811, flU.ITfJaV
Hone loaned on approved leenrltm
A Savings Bank tor monthly dt-potita,
Houses built on the monthly lnatali
Twentieth Bert ot 8tock la Bar
opened. OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Prtat
dent; 8. B. Rote, Vice Preoldent; a ,
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary.
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, S. M,
Rose, A. V. Gear. A. W. Keecb, Heart
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, C. 3t
Uray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
Chamber ot Commerce rooms.
Office Hours: 12:10 1: SO p. to.
CHier az co.
Barings Deposit will be
received and Interest allowed by this
Bank at four and one-half per cent,
Printed copies of the Rales and Reg.
illations may be obtained on application.
Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP fc CO,
TijB iohamfl gpeciB M
Subscribed Ciplul... Ytn .4,000,000
PI1 Up C.plul Ytn 11,000 000
RtstrveJ FunJ Yen l,io,o
Had Office, Yotcoh.ni.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Draft!
and Letters of Credit, and transact
a general banking business, r
On Fut4 D.po.11 (or Boatkf, . Mat 1,
On Fli.l Dopoilt lor 6 aoatbt, jti "
Oa Fli.4 D.po.11 tor me; 1
Bunch ot tho Yokohama Sptclt Bank,
Hew Keoobltc Buildiii, ill tin si.Meliu
THE HAWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HlLO.
Is a pretty
ood paper for
J2.r0 per an
who use Its c
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
40 years practice, references If desired.
All kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned
and Repaired. Office with the Hawaiian
iron Fence and Monument O., 179 to 180
S. King St., Res. Occidental Hotel.
Tel., 654. o2-3m Lincoln Plock
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