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""""" - ..- EVENINa BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, JANUARY 22. 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Zealandla Jan. 25
Sonoran Jan. 29
Mariposa Feb. 9
Blerra Feb. 19
Zealandta Men. 2
Ventura Men 12
In connection with the sailing ot the abovo steamers the agents are pro
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. & Toyo Kisea Kalsbs
... Oteanare of Ibt above coapaniea will cell at Honolulu and teeve tale port oa or aboaf tte
. .aatte tttowtatallOQia'!....
For Japan and China:
Gatllc ... Jaruaryei
Hontkon- Mara January )i
China r. Ferruary a
Doric rehruary 10
Nippon Maru February i4
Riode Janeiro March 6
For eeneral Inforna'ton (ply o
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
Canadian - Australian Royal iail Steamship Company.
MrSiiaitersot ht tbori ln. rutmUc lo connection wltblb CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
iliHf9 Vnacouvir, D. C. nl Syinty, N. S, W aa.1 calling at Victoria, C. C, HonoluU and Brlt-bas.
nms AT MONOLULU on or about tb diUifcCowtUtfd vU,
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C
Mhwera Jan to
Aoranzl Feb. to
Warrltnuo Mar 16
Mlwera .April tj
Aorantl ..,,May tt
Wan I moo, . June 8
atari brcujth tkktta l.u4 Iron Honolulu to Canada, Uoltad Statai and Europe.
Faitar an riM in;ormauoD, appiy to
Theo. H. Davlea &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST
S. S. Hawaiian will be dispatched from New York on or before
January 15 for Hhti Francisco, en route to Honolulu
To be followed by S. S. Oregonlan. March loading.
Freight received nt comptny's wlvirf, 42J Street, Soutli Brooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
When Yoatf Bil! nlg
RING UP THE. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
S18 FORT STREJH
BUble 'Phone, 477
Hack Stand 'Phone., 319 and 7. a.
O. H. BELLIKA.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit....
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
tGT Dump Carts furnished by the daj
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's ornce.
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast and we check
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
Wblte and Blicr. Sand For Silf.
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 King
street. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEN, M'f'r.
bjneral Manager ol
Tha ajquHablo Life As3UrAnc SoeU
0 th l.utttd tUateszor the UlvtUaft
OriiiMi M.robant itieet. Hn
M. PHJ.LLIPH & 00.
Wholesale Importer, and Jobb.il
laropew and American Dry loo
Jfo t and Queen Streeti.
H. HACKFELD k GO.,l
EKERAL COMMISSION A8HKTI
r.Vort and Queen Btreeti Lcic'.v
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Zealandla Jan. 31
Sierra Jan. 29
Mariposa ..Feb 13
Alameda Feb. 18
Zealandla Mch. 6
Sonoma Mch, 12
For San Francisco:
Doric ,,.... Januaryt6
Nippon Maru .... February e
Win Je Janeiro ....lebruary if
Optic . February 19
America Maru March r
Cltyolptkln; March 8
PROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria aodVaocouvir (B.C.):
Warrtmoo f Feb. 11
Mlowra Mar. i
Aorangl April to
Warrlmoo.. ,.. May S
Mlowcra . . Junt f
For Frilfbt and
Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
San Francisco Portland
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meats a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
MS Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
147a Omaha, Nebraska.
0. R. & L. Go.
From and After' J January 1, 1899.
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naianaa... , .... yua ,,,, 3.51
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PaallClly 6.i l.oj nj. 4.1a
oaolula e.w :( .05 ite
P. C. Smits, Qea'l Pass. A Tloket
O V. TrRfiMiN, NnnorlntAndont.
Violin - Studio
Room 4. Love Building.
Mrs, Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " fYllfinon "
780 Beretanla street; Tel. 1 1 14. i7-tf
E. K. KAAI,
Teacher of '' ,itar, Mandolin, Zltbm
Ukulele and Taro Patch,
Orders to be left oaro of Wall, Nlcbn
Co r V"catrom MnstoOo.'. IBM
Monday .. .
Klrnt Qimrtcr of tho Moon on thu
2flth at 11:22 p. m.
New Moon on the 20th nt 4:0C a. tn.
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than ti'reenwlch time, being
that of the meridian of 157 30. The
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
is tho Bauio as Oreenwlch Oh, Ora.
Tho tides at Kahulul and Illlo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Tides from tho United States Coast
and Ocodctlc Survey Tables.
Musters of vessels Balling from this
pore for San FranclBco will find thrro
n branch of tho U. S. Hydrogrnplilu
OlTko located In tho Merchants' Kx
rliange, whero Is maintained for thnir
ocncflt free of charge, complcto sets
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information' can bo obtained re
CJriltng lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to occin
VESSELS IN POUT.
ARMY AND NAVY.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Mldwar Island.
Warren. V. S. A. T., Krnzler, 21 days
(This list docs not Include coasters.)
Androw Welch, Drow, from S. V.
Iroquois. Am. sp., Thompson. Scat'.K
Archer, Am. bktn., Cnlhoun, S. V.
13k. Kalulanl, from San Francisco.
Prlnco Albert, Ilr. bk., Cappelon, New.
It. P. nithet. Am, bk., Mcl'hall. from
Roderick Dhu, Am. bk., Johnson nt
Illlo from San Francls:o.
Amy Turner. Am. bk Warland, at HIKs
from Saa Krancisco.
Mario Hackfeld, Qer. sp., Wuhrmann,
Alta, Chilean bk., Thronagte, from
John D. Tallant, Am. Bchr., Hoffland, at
Kahulul. from Chill.
SkagIL Am. bktn., , at Illlo,
from the Sound.
Florence, Am. sp., rtyder, from Taco-
S. 0. Wilder, Am. bktn., Jackson, 18
days from San Francisco.
Aldcn Ilessc. Am. bk.. Potter, 29 days
from San Francisco.
Hilwnrd May, Am. bk., Hansen. 33 dan
from San Francisco.
Jane L. Stanford, Am. bktn., Mollw-
tead, 49 days from Newcastle.
Hclcnc, Am. schr., Christiansen, 20
days from San Frnnclsco.
Wrestler. Am. bktn.. Nlelson, 21 days
from S. F. nnd Lahnlnn.
Chehnlls, Am. bktn., Slmonson, from
Hcho, Am. bktn., Delleson, El days froui
Emily F. Whitney. Am. sp.. flrlgmnn,
18 days from 8an Francisco.
Mary E. Foster, Am. schr., Thompson,
21 days from Port Illakcley.
Santiago, Am. bk., Ingalts, at Kahulul,
19 days from San Francisco.
Martha Davis, Am. bk.. McAlman, at
Kahulul, 1G days from S. F.
II. C. Wright, Am. schr., Nllson, at Ka
hulul 23 days from S. F.
Honolpu, Am. schr., Olson, at Kahulul.
S7 days from Newcastle
Quickstep. Am. bktn.. Oruner, -it Ka
hulul, from Port Qamble.
A. M. Daxter, Am. schr., Marshall, 14
days from Seattle.
John Smith. Am. bktn., Anderson, 21
days from Port Illakcley.
Carrollton, Am. bk., Jones, 21 dayn
Gerald C. Tobey. Am. bk., Govo;37 duya
from Oyster Harbor.
Mohican. Am. bk., Kclley; 18 days from
Ceylon, Am. bk., Wilier, 31 days from
Port Oamble; lumber for Allen &
Ilolnnd, Ccr. sp., Meyers, C2 days from
Newcastle; coal for Allan & Robin
son. Falls of Carry,- Ilr. sp., rtroadfoot, 43
days from Newcastle; coal for U. S.
Kllkltat. Am. bk Cutler, 23 days from
Port Gamble; lumber for Wilder &
Robt. R. Hind, Am, schr., Helllngson,
at Kahulul, 2S days from Port Cam
Compeer, Am. schr.. Compeer, Larsen,
nt Kahulul, 45 days from Port Town
Stanley, Am. schr,, Schmalz. nt Kahu
lul, 18 days fiom San Francisco.
Twilight, Am, schr., Cucstcn, sailed
Saturday, Jan. 19 for 8. F. Returned
Monday, Jan. 21, leaking.
ItcpulrH on Wiirren.
Yesterday quite a number of artisans
from tho Honolulu Iron Works began
to mnko tho necessary icpalrs to the
boilers and engines of the transport
It Is imposslblo to state at tho pres
ent time Just what length of time will
be consumed In repairing her machin
ery, but all possible speed will bo made.
Tho work now being dono on Unclo
Sam's boat, shows that a large dry
dock In this harbor Is something that
Is very much needed.
Flno Job Printing at the Bulletin
Appealed the Case
to Supreme Court
Thero was an Interesting civil
suit In tho District Court yesterday af
ternoon In which the N. S. Sachs dry
goods company was the plaintiff, J. O.
Spencer the defendant and Jas. F. Mor
gan tho garnishee.
It appears that, a short time ago, Mr.
Morgan sold at his auction rooms, cer
tain household belongings of the defen
dant and kept tho money until such
time as It might bo called for by him.
As soon as It was learned that the
goods had been sold, the Sachs com
pany, having a bill against the defen
dant, sened the garnishee on Mr. Mor
gan. Tho case was set for yesterday after
noon, but, up to the time of the open
ing of court, the defendant could not
be found. Tho pollco had made due
and diligent search and had been tin
oblo to locnto their man. It Is not be
lieved ho has left the city but that ho
Ib simply keeping out of the way of the
police. This disappearance of Spen
cer of course made II Impossible for
Mr. Morgan to dlsposo of the money
until ordered to do so by tho court.
Attorney Peterson who represented
Mr. Morgan, moved that tho court dis
miss tho case on the ground that the
defendant had not been found nnd scr
lco had not been made two days pre
vious to tho time set for the hearing,
ns required by law.
Mr. Andrews, representing the N. S.
Sachs Co., moved that the tlmo of Ber
vlco bo extended In order to nllow moro
tlmo In which to find tho defendant.
This was overruled nnd tho motion to
dismiss wns granted.
Mr. Andrews nt once noted nn ap
peal to thn Supremo Court on points
of law. Ilo nrgucs that If the court has
not tho power tn extend the time of
service. In such enses. then any defen
dant may easily get without the Juris
diction of the court nnd, cen though
a garnlahcn had been served, tho de
fendant being without the Jurisdiction
of tho court, tho plaintiff would havn
BATTLII WITII Til 12 WAVK8.
Marseilles, Jan. 9. Despatches from
tho vlllngo of Farnman. near which
tho French mall steamer Hussle. from
Oran, Algeria, stranded on Monday In
a violent storm with fifty passengers
and a crew of forty on board, say all
efforts to reach tho steamer have fail
ed, owing to tho tremendous height at
tho seas running. The pilot boats and
torpedo boats, which havo attempt
ed to reach tho steamer have been un
able, to battlo with the waves and haw
Marseilles, Jan. 9. Shortly nfter 2
o'clock, during a lull, tho men on shore
succeeded In gcctlng a life lino to thn
Husale, but It snapped as It was belli;!
pulled on hoard. Other similar at
tempts failed, but a more hopeful feel
inn prevails, In view of tho Indications
that the weather Is clearing.
A messago ftnm tho ltusle says:
'Tho passengers are kept below, but
all tho crew nro nt their posts, and
tho captnln and olllcers nro lashed to
tho brldgo. The seamen tried to con
struct several rafts, but, ns they near
ed completion, they wero washe1
Tho sinking of tho stern In thn sand
seems to have been a lucky thing for
thoso on board, as the bow of tho
mall boat Is tilted high aboo all save
tho biggest waves, and affords a refuge.
Otherwise, It 1b believed that all would
long since havo perished.
The cruiser Galileo and a tug wldi
rocket apparatus, left Toulon Arsenal
this evening, to attempt to rescue the
passengers, who nro chiefly Colonial
functionaries and soldiers.
LAURIER AS PEACEMAKBR.
Montreal, Jan. 9. Tho Star's London
"Tho proposal that Sir Wilfrid Hu
rler should act as peacemaker tn South
Africa Is warmly endorsed by tho Man
chester Guardian and a section of the
Radical press. Otherwise It excite lit
tle moment, for It is felt Imposslblo at
this stago to tako tho question out of
tho hands of Sir Alfred Mllner and tho
Imperial Government. Moreover, It Is
urged that tho Doers now In tho field
have only to respond to Lord Kitchen
er's conciliatory proclamation to cease
guerilla warfare to secure tho fullest
measure of equity and self-government
that any mediator could secure."
Air. l. J. Hill's Freight.
Now York, Jan. , Mr. James J. Hill
again today was tho central figure In
Wnll street. In an Interview ho out
lined vhut ho nnd his associates In tho
"railroad community of Interests,"
are trying to accomplish, Instcud of
n combination of great railroads under
ono system, ho said that ho was trying
to bring nbout nn agreement between
certain big systems of tho Northwest,
by which "friction" would be pre
ented nnd tho roads operated more
economically, Ho denied 'that he was
her to koq J. Plerpont Morgan and
John I). Rockefeller.
Portliiml C iHlv.;i8.
The collections for tonnnpu fees at
the Portland (Maine), Custom llou--,
wero larger In December, 1900. than for
any month during trio last twenty
jcars. Tho nmount collected, In round
numbers was $3,900,000, Theso tonnng
fees collected at tho various custom
houses aiu turned Into tho Marina
Hospital Department and tho money Is
used for maintaining these Institutions
Thn Evening Bulletin, 71 cent per
Commissioners Sale of Real Estate
Situate on the Island of Oahu.
Pursuant to a decree made by
Hon. A a. Humphreys, ist Judge
of the Circuit Court of the First
Judicial Circuit, filed the loth day
of January, A D. 1901, in a cause
entitled Ufa E. Lamh vs Geo. W.
Smith, J, l Kalioa and Hannah Ka
Jwl, foreclosure proceedings, 1 am
directed to sell nt public auction,
subject to confirmation by the Cir
cuit Court, on Saturday, February
0th, 1001, at 12 o'CIock noon, ot
that day, at the mauka entrance to
the Judiciary building, all or any of
those certain pieces or parcels of
land situate In the city of Honolulu
and district of Ewa, In the Island of
Oahu, and more particularly de
scribed as follows:
1 All that pleceor parcel of land
situate on School street in said Ho
nolulu, between Nuuanu street and
VVaikahaltilu bridge, containing an
arna of 7J'-iooof an acre, being a
portion of the land described in R.
i I823. L. C. A. 1154 to Ohialau,
and the land conveyed to the said
Ad.lie N. Smith by J. Keanu, of
fcwa aioresald, by deed dated
August oth', 1883, of record In liber
82, pages 326-7 In s.tld registry.
2 All the right, title, interest and
estate of the said Addie N. Smith
(otherwise known as Nahoelua) and
of the said George W. Smith, in her
right or otherwise in and to that
certain piece of land in Nuuanu
Valley in said Honolulu, lying be
tween the homestead lot of the late
T. H. Hobron and Nuuanu stream
and described In deed of conveyance
from Keoahu to A. Hikou and said
Nahoelua dated June 2nd, 18O2, and
of record in liber 15 on pages 234
23G in said Registry.
3 All those two certain Apanas
of land situate at K.tlaulele, Lelui.t,
Ewa, Island of Oahu, being Apana
2 of R. l 222 to Naheana and
therein described, containing 2 35
acres, and Apana 2 of R P. 225 to
Keaka Kahiewalu, containing 2.3;
acres as conveyed to Addie N. Smith,
wife of George VV. Smith, by
J. L. Richardson by deed dated
March 10th, 1880, and of record in
libel 62 on pages 394-395, Hawai
ian Registry of Conveyances.
I lie title to tne above lands is
believed to be good, but I will sell
only such title and such area as is
vested in me as commissioner In the
Terms of sale cash in U 8. gold
coin. Deed at the expense of pur
chasers. For further particulars
apply to Messrs. Holmes and Stan
ley or GEO. LUCAS,
Commissioner's Sale of Real Estate
Situate on the Island of Oahu.
Pursuant to a decree made by
Hon. A. S. Humphreys, ist Judge
ot the Circuit Court of the First
Judicial Circuit, filed the 10th day
of January, A.D. 1901, in a cause
entitled Samuel C. Allen vs. George
Washington Smith and Ida h Lamb,
foreclosure proceedings, I am direct
ed to sell at public auction, subject
to confirmation tiy tne Circuit Court,
on Saturday, February 9U1, A D
1001, at 12 o'clock noon ol that
day, at the mauka entrance to the
Judiciary building, all or any of
those certain pieces and parcels of
land situate in the city of Honolulu,
and district ot bwa, in the Island of
Oahu, and more particularly de
scribed as follows:
1 All the undivided half of Geo.
W. Smith in and to those two certain
pieces of land at Lihue, Ewa, Isl
and ot Ualtti, being Apana 2 of' K.
P. 222 to Nahenna, containing 2.3;
acres, and Apana 2 of R. P. 225 to
Keaxa Kaiuewaiu, containing 2.35
acres conveyed to Addie N. Smith,
wife of George W. Smith, by deed
of J. L. Richardson, dated March
1 oth, 1880, and of record In liber
62, page 304, Hawaiian Registry of
2 All the undivided half of G.
V. Smith in and to those premises
situate in Nuuanu Valley, as more
fully appears In deed recorded in
liber 15, page 234.
3 All the undivided half of G.
W. Smith in that certain piece of
land situate on School street in said
Honolulu, between Nuuanu street
and Waikahalulu bridge, described
in R. P. 1823 L. C. A. 11 54 to
Ohialau, and conveyed to Addie N.
Smith, also known as Nahoelua, by
deed of J, Keanu, dated August oth',
1883, and recorded in Iiber82, pages
320 and 327 in said Registry.
4 All those two certain pieces or
parcels of land known as lots 15 am!
10, situate in tne ieiio 1 ract, HO'
nolulu, Island of Oahu, a descrip
tion of which more fully appears in
deeds of W. C. Achl, trustee, and
C. H. Maile, trustee, dated March
17th, 1893, and recorded in liber
176 on pages 367 and 368 in said
The title to the above lands is be
lieved to be good, but I will st'll only
such title ai.d such area as is vested
in me as commissioner in the above
Terms of sale cash in U S, gold
coin. Deeds at the expense of pur
chasers. For further particulars
apply to Messrs. Holmes and Stan
ley or GEORGE LUCAS,
Tho ever popular Italnler beer Is bo
coming a household word and "will
you havo a glass of Seattle," Is mora
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the HONOLULU KAPID TKANSIT AND
LAND CO , will be held at o'clock p m.
on Friday, January ajth, at the Chamber
J. A. OILMAN.
17'i'iw Secretary H. R. 1 . & L. Co.
Notice Is hereby given that THE EN
TERPRISE .MILL CO., LTD., of Hono
lulu, h.i moved .It's office to the Magoon
Building, room II. All persor.s owing ac
count to said company will kindly settle
the same promptly. I7t4-tm
THE PACIFIC MILL COMPANY
has succeeded to the danlne mill butlneu
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alakea
and Richards streets, and respectfully soli
cits the patronage of all former customers
of the latter mill company.
1716 tf W. H. G. ARNEMANN.
The Annual Meeting of KAHUKU
PLANTATION CO. will be held at the
Chamber of Commerce room on .Mon
day, January 28th, at 10 o'clock a. in., for
the reading of reports and the election of
Stockholders are hereby notified that tht
Foufth Assessment of 5 per center two and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payablt
July tst, at the office of the undersigned,
ill Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
ctg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co
Mfnnlulu. lunf r. tnoo mo
Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
The stock transfer books of the Olaa
Sugar Company, Limited, will be closed
to transfers from January 16th to 30th,
both dates Inclusive.
ELMER E. I'AXTON,
Treasurer OI11 Sugar Company, Ltd.
DateJ: Honolulu, T. II., January 15,
McBryde 6uur Compuny.
A special meeting of the stockholders
of this Company will be held In the room
of the Chamber of Commerce, at 10 A. M.
on FRIDAY, JANUARY 251I1, to consider
an amendment to the Uy Laws with a
view to changing the date of the Annual
P. R. 1SENBERG,
Honolulu, January 14th, tool. i78-td
OLAA SUGAR CO., LTD.,
T e annual meeting of the stockholders
Of the OLAA SUGAR COMPANY, LtMITLD,
will be held at the rooms of the Clumber
of Commerce, In Honolulu, on WednesJay
january jo, iuoi, at io:jo o'ciock a. m.
Bv order of the Board of Directors.
ELMER E. PAXTON,
Treasurer Olai Sugar Co., Ltd.
Dated Honolulu, T.H., January 21, 1001.
Af !ti .ntit.nl m..llni, lnnil.,11 ll, n(
i till ..IIIIUt.1 III S It I II... ...1IIU.II III, V,
the People's Ice and Refrigerating Co.,
Ltd., the following officers wete elected to
serve for the ei suing year:
J. A. McCandless, President.
Jl A. Magoon. Yice-Presldent.
A. B. Wood, Treasurer.
T. W. Hobion, Auditor.
Wllllam.O. Atwater, Secretary.
The above also constitute the Board of
Directors. WILLIAM O. ATWATER.
1 74 JMt Secretary.
AT A REGULAR MEE TING OF THE
(Wal Wah Yee Yen) Chinese Hospital
held on the 12th Inst., the following Mere
declared duly elected as officers of said
Hospital lor the ensuing year:
rre'iuent, inun ming
Vice-President Goo Kim Fook
English Sectetary, Chang Chau
Chinese Secretary Ma Chung Sang
Treasurer Young Kong Hung
Assistant Treas., Lo Den ..ui
Donations Solicited and thankfully re
celved by tne Eng. Se'cy, Chau care of E.
O. HaLL&SON. H37 tw
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Baporintendlng
Flnctro-xlydraullc Power TranamlmloH
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . ,
With Cattou-Noll Co., Quoen atreet,
Offloa next to Po fnce. 13
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The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,',
th only dally Japantaa paper publlthe4
In Iba Territory ot Hawaii
Y. SOG A, Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge. Klne street. P O. Bn 007.
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMATES U'KMSHUl ON Alt ItlVUS OF
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Mouldings, Buckets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work, Finish Turning
KAWAIAIIAO ST., K LWALO.
Tel. White 1221 ' P. O. Box ssi.
M. As. s, c. a.
S06 Judd lllook. Tola. CSJ.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Improved and modern HUQAK MA
CHINERY ot every capacity mud de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for IrrlgaUom
purposes a specialty. Particular tui
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repulrt
executed at shortest notlc.
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