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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IV, WEDNESDAY, APIIIL 10, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
Kite steamers of this line will arrive and leave tbli port aa hereunder:
FBOM SAN FIIANCI8CO.
MARIPOSA Apr. 13
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 4
SIERRA Mar 18
MARIPOSA ....May 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the tailing of
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
Kork by any steamship line to all European porta.
I FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co, $ Tojo Risen Kalsna
.... luaatri ottb ttoTt coBpaoiM will call it Honolulu aofl mv thlport on or boil t ........
For Japan and China:
Gtellc April 6
Hongkong Mtru ,,, April ift
mna ....April 14
For ffMiril Inforartoa pp)j to
Canadian - Australian Royal Hail Steamship Company.
OTStuatrt of tbo abort Hat, roaolae la coaaoctlon wttft tta CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Hhma Vtncoow, B, C. and Sjraetr N. S. W. aoicalllofit Victoria. C. C, Hooolalaaaci Brlabaaa
in DUB AT HONOLULU on or about tba dataa Mow atat4 via 1
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C.
For Brlabtat tod SrSntri
Mlowcra April t
Aoranjtl ..May ti
Moaru Juno S
Mlowtra ..... July 0
fTferoagb Icfcata lituai froai Honolulu to Canada, Ualtafl Stataa and Ear op a.
rairaia ana ai ntrai lorornaiion, appiy 10
Theo. H.Davics&Co.tLtdM Gcn'1 A&cnts.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S.S CALIFORNIAN, 6,oootons, to sail early In April
S.S OKEGONIAN, 6,000 tons, tosatl
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to salt
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
Freight received at company's wharf. 4d Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD& CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel Beer anil Una Dealers.
Business Hen The Orpheum Bar
Can Save AS A riNE LINE 0F
Many Hours Wines. Liquors, Btc,
- FOR SALE DV THE GLASS OR BOTTLE
Elfl'ilil'w- J. K. Merseberg.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Btrber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
115 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. t Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
147a Omaha. Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1,
PmiI City. .. oi
I w. Mill I.J1
r. C. Hunn.Oon'l Pass. A Ticket
Q. P. TlKKinoif . HnwrlnUmdnnt
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
) (jo-neiil Manager ct
r Th rSquitiblt Life Auuruce M
Of Um United Utates tor lbs UwUat
Oriun Mtttuuit itrMi. Hon
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Apr. 17
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 8
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
the above Warners the agents are pre
For San Francisco:
Doric April 9
NirronMiru. ,, April 19
& Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria aol Vaocourir (B.C.):
AovikI..... , , April 10
Moana . , May 8
Mlowcra..,. Juna s
Aorangl..., .July 3
Motna July i
M'otra , August b3
For Htla1t and
IMI-OBTHBS, AMD WlIOLBSALB
Wine anfl Lipr Dealers.
AfMlt lor Un BonU4 Ralsltr Bur of lultli.
NO. 19 NOUANU BTUKET
Foam Block, Hoxotuiu, Hawaiian Isubdi.
P. O. Boiht. Mutml ToltphoBO oi.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sis., Honolulu.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I.
The Mint Saloon
WM. CUNNINGHAM, Prop.
On ISuuanu St., opposite Chaplain Lane
If a fine drink of anything there
Is In the city Is wanted, the
Mint is the place to go.
A beer garden, a fine reading
room, ana a spacious ana airy
bar room are just a tew
of me attractions.
J. H. McDonouRh Is the man
ager. His assistants are W.
Hllarv, Bonnie Lemon
and Wally Davis.
If vou call once, you will call
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
LAKGL- INVOICE 'OF
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It lias'nt come to stay j It's goinij
fait, but there's more com-
hm every month.
L. II. DEE, Prop,
Instruments filed for record April 9, loot.
First Party Second Party Class
E K Naholelua H A Heen D
L Keaonul J P Kekoa Ex D
J P Kekoa ., L Keaonul Ex D
Kona Trading Co Ah Chee Ret
WAhChee , CHAkl M
Kalkalna - Allna L
Tr Oahu College G F Renton D
Bank of Hawaii G W Paty Rel
Che Kam First Am. Sav. & Trust Co of Haw Ltd M
Sanitary Steam Laundry Co S C Allen M
Mrs Neumann N Monwar et al
S Kaaukal Y Konolke L
A Teehera and wife JI Fratas D
J A Alatthewman H D Hitchcock A M
HALIndley E C Greenwell D
L Snow Tr Kwong Wo Wal Co L
MrsTSerenson Tr Oahu College M
E b Alossman "
Geo F Renton " " " "
J A Johnson " " " "
Instruments filed for record April to, toot.
First Party Second Party Class
Estata Lau Chong Wa Lee B S
Pioneer BullJlng & Loan Ass'n K P Lewis Rel
H I II II II II II l
W C Achl and wife M de Coast D
'"' " " " IStaroff D
C S Desky and wife Concrete Construction Co Ltd D
Walalua Agricultural Co Ltd Haw'n Trait & Invst Co Ltd 1 Tr D
F L Halll et al MS Grlnbaum & Co Ltd J D
1 11 i. ii'u 11 11 11 11 . 1
M A Rose J A Magoon M
J W Kalua . " " R Tr M
Tr Oahu College to C Peterson, D, Apl 1,
iionoiuiu, uanu. rozj. dook 222, page no.
RECORDED APRIL 4. loot.
Kahanupaa to K Enoka, D, Mar 28, toot
Lale, Koolauloa, Oahu J50. Book 217, p:
K Kauhane to Haw'n Trust & Invt Co
Klklhale, Honolulu, Oahu. fjooo, 3 yrsat
Concrete Construction Co Ltd to Western
por. R P 302, kul 273, Kcwalo, Honolulu, Oahu. $2500, 3 yrs at 8 per cent. Book 220
J M Poepce and wife to Mrs E K Mahoe, D, Feb 25, 1899; R P 7539, kul 1024C,
Walalua, Oahu. $50. Book 223, page 4.
Trs Oahu College to F C Atherton, D, Apl 1, toot; lots 2 & 3, block 12, College
Hills Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. 54x0. Book 223, page 5.
Kahanupaa to LIU, D, Mar 29. 1901; piece land Lale, Koolauloa, Oahu. t$. Book
217, page 474.
Awana to Llkl et al, D, Mar 29, toot: R P 1533, kul 3953, Lale, Koolauloa, Oahu.
f to. Book 217, page 475.
Trs Oahu College to C II Cooke, D, Arl
nius iraci, nonoiuiu, vjanu. 13900. hook 223, page o.
Pauole and wife to D E Honvr, Com D, Mar 18, 1001; R P 6142, kul 8010, Hanape
pe, Kauai. I337.50. Book 217, pace 476.
M J Forbes to Estate W C Lunalllo, M,
jmu. 17000, j yrs at o per cent, hook 220,
M J Roberts to Wm Mutch, Ex D, .Mar
uunuiuiu uanu. dook zzj, pjge o.
Into the Alleged Frau
dulent Use of His
SENATE FINALLY LAYS
RESOLUTION ON TABLE
Carter Presents Three Reports Which
Are Adopted-Rush of Morning
Session Continued in
The Senate met nt 1:30 o'clock yes
tcrdny afternoon and then took a recess
until 2 o'clock on account ot tparsn
numbers. Tho first business done was
the introduction by Mr. J. Drown ot
tho following bill:
An Act granting a franchise to con
duit, maintain and operate nn electric
railway In the District of Illlo, Island
of Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii.
Mr. Carter reported for the Judiciary
Committee on Senate bill 4 nnd 4S, the
first fixing the compensation to be paid
In condemnation proceedings for pri
vate property taken for public uiei
tho second provides for the repeal of
tho present method of condemning
property. In regard to the first, the
committee recommended rejection of
tho bill on tho ground that they beltevo
prlvnto property required for publlo
use should bo obtained nt Its fair mar
ket valuo and that the provisions of tho
bill limiting nil classes of property to
75 cents ndldtlona) per rqunre foot and
all kinds of Improvements to 20 cents
addition per square font, would work
In regard to the second net reported
on, tbo committee states that they are
not ready to recommend until n better
and more Biiltablo act Is prepared. They
recommended tabling the bill,
Tho report was adopted and then Mr,
f-nrlnr rnnrtpil fnr thn enmn commit
tee on Houso bill 13, which repeals
certain obsolete laws now encumbering
tbo Statutes nnd which are wlthont
forco nnd effect. The committee re
port, recommending passage with
slight nmendment, was adopted and
the bill ordered typewritten and read
the third tlmo on Thursday.
Mr. Carter reported for the Ways nnd
Means Commltteo on Senate bill 7S,
relating to poll tax. The commltteo
recommended thn rejection of tho bill
and further, that tho Introducer bo re
quested to bring In a new bill relating
to tho poll tnx alone. Deport adopted.
Mr. Achl gao notko of IiIb Itentlon
to Introduce "An Act to pinldo for i
hteam railway In Kona and Knu, Isl
nnd of Hawaii. Tho bill was then read
liy tltlu and referred to tho Printing
Tor tho CiimmltUo on Printing nnd
Rnrnllment, Mr. Kiilniiokiiliinl reported
tluit Hoiimi bill 8, relating to vaccina-
tlon nnd House bill C, hud been pre
sented to tho (lovernnr, Tho report
APRIL 3t ioi.
10011 lot o, block 5, College Hills Tract,
R P 1446, kuls 4297, 3864 & pieces land
LM. M. Alar 11. inoit Int 1.RP11. tint 111
8 per cent. Book 221, page 182.
& Haw'n Invst Co Ltd. M. Alar 22. toot:
1, 1901s lots 2, 1, 4 5, block 22, College
Apl 1, tool; porR P 177, Pawaa, Honolulu
8, 1901; R P 1825. kul 634, Hotel Street,
The Introduction of tho following
resolution by Mr. Knnuha, precipitated
and argument which lasted for over a
I beg to explain to this honorablo
body that I have good reason to bo
llevo that my name has been fraudu
lently used by ono I.. 1). Hao In circuit
ing a petition' now beforo this honor
ablo body' against tho Dispensary Art.
and presented by Senator Wlilto yes
tcrday In this House. Two Individuals,
It. II, Holbron and Moses Mao, who
signed their names to the said petition,
are willing to swear that they were
fraudulently represented In signing
said petition by tho statements raado
by said h. II. Hao, that tho Dispensary
Act was directly against tho consuming
of liquor by any person or Individual;
and that I presented tho petition to L.
D. Hao for signatures, an that I
recommended them to sign tho petition.
Therefore, I humbly nek this honor
ablo body for an Investigation of this
serious matter, especially ngalnst my
honor, reputation, and tbo Interest of
Tbo resolution was finally laid on th
Scnato bill 27 was taken off tho tabl
by resolution and consideration defer
red until such tlmo ns bill 72 should bo
ready to bo taken up, the two being nl-
Senato bill 31, relating to tho estab
lishment In Illlo ot a high school and
conservatory of music was amended
by Inserting tho word "Territorial" lid
fore "high school" wberover tho lat
ter occur in tho bill. It was then pass
ed In second reading nnd sot for Thurs
day, JIouso bills 41, 42 and 01 were read by
tltlo and referred to various commit
tees. Scnato bill C3 was read second
tlmo section by section. Tho Senators
were In tho midst of tho consideration
of this bill when tho motion to adjourn
was made and tarried.
BRAVE TITUS REWARDED
Washington, April I. Tho Pres
ident today appointed Calvin T. Titus
to Iki 11 cadet nt largo nt tho United
States Military Academy ut Wi-st
Point. Titus wero tho first soldier
to scalo tho wall at Poking.
General Corhln today calilcd Oen.
MncArthur nt Manila to send Young
Tltim homo on tho first uvailnhln
transport in order that ho mny tako
tho entianco examination to tho acn
Union and Mllltln.
Now York, April 1. A report was
Issued last night by local Union No.
30 of tho National Union of Ilrowcry
Workmen to tho effect that It has sus
pended n memhor nnmed Pltzpatrlck
for joining tho National Guard. Somo
of tho Unions have adopted rules for
bidding their members to join tlio
National Gunrd on tho ground
that If they nro In thn mllltln, they
may bo called upon to flro on strikers.
a 1 a
Another lllg Steamer.
Ilerlln, April 1. Tho North (ler-
mnn l.loyil Btcnmshlp company Hits
ordered tho construction ot four largo
steamers at Ilremen.
$10; RUPTURE CURED
.viait aami Tii"".iN.nluv. !.,. I
.VtnJH WUo lUlUr ..viilfim. It r u.u
f '?,jtaai -wu 1 '"'" i""'Hi iiimitrt in.
Jdt ,.'- Ityttwti'.iiiituil In ll.tirui..
fr, , --ty - lurrl, Sitirtlilr.M. vt.
S iaJTT!rTw orliiilnintl.iriilHiii, llil..
i7 a-rr I lit. wutl ilivrliulfl
.n.N.ll.lla, J. Dirlnjr full lnfnniutlit.ii iiM'V.t.lmMtttU
ld on trt ll I Jf "Uliilt awl Hi H'lvl. 'A1'"' "''.''JI"
MatllTie Tlllli (". ' "k" ""-I. iiS IUICIIC&
RESCUE TM EMPEROR
London, April 1. The correspon
dent of thOiOlobo at Shanghai, In a
despatch dated Sunday, March SI,
saj-B he understands that tho Yang
Tse Viceroys and Yuan Shi Kal, (tho
.Military Governor or Shan Tung) nro
prepared to despatch 100,000 troops
to Sinn Fu to rescue the Emperor
from the hands of tho reactionaries
and escort him to Pckln If a little
prcssuro and promise of moral sup.
port Is forthcoming from the powers
Interested In the open door.
'the correspondent adds that tho
suggested expedition would provo
popular In Central and Southern Chi
na, would result In tho destruction of
tho nntl-forclgn elements and would
lend to tho establishment of a pro
gressive government at Peking.
I'ARRAGIIT FLEET REUNION.
Now York, April 1 About 200
sailors of Farragut's fleet, with thelf
families, were entertained yesterday
at tho Brooklyn Navy Yard. Tho fea
ture of the day was their visit to thq
Hartford, Farragut's old flagship. Tho
old ship was gaily decorated for tho
occasion. Amqng tho visitors were
many who had fought aboard the
Hartford in 18G2. They found many
changes In her. When they looked for
her old 8-Inch muzzle-loaders and her
9-Inch smoothbore guns tbey found
her equipped with rapid-fire C-pound-era
and a Colt automatic gun. Tho
veterans told their sons and daughters
of tho changes In tho ship, sat In their
fnvorlto spots on her decks, recalled
old stories of tho war and re-told tho
old tnlo of how she had been struck
210 times during her nineteen months
The visitors wero the members of
tbo Associated Veterans of Farragut's
Fleet, and have been celebrating tor
a week tho entry of tho fleet Into tho
Mississippi river, this being tho thirty
ninth nnnlvcrsnry. They como from
all over tho United States and some
from foreign countries.
Tho nomination of ofllccrs occurred
at a business meeting. Admiral Dew
ey, who Is president of tho associa
tion, was nomlnnted for re-election, as
was Commander M. F. Tobln. F. II
drove was nominated for the ofllco ot
Vlco-Commandcr In place of tho pres
ent vice-commander. Printed ballots
will bo distributed till through the
country and some sr.t tn members ot
tho association who nro now living In
South Africa. Many will cast thel;
ballot by mall.
Tho veterans will leave for their
CHASING CHINESE SEAMEN.
Newport News, Va., April 1.
Four ot tho llvo Chinese Beamen ot
tho German steamer Vcrunn, Captain
Ilnnsscn, huvo been recaptured and
nro aboard tho ship. The other Chi-
neso seaman Is still ut largu in tho
woods Bomowhcro and tho police, nro
searching fur him. The Chinese left
tho steamer shortly nftcr her arrival
hero from Now York by wny of Nor
folk and it Is believed they wero held
for reward by persons who know they
aro ashoro In violation of tho Chinese
exclusion act Ono man returned to
tho ship, but refused to tell where.
Hill nttmi- fnnp U'nrii Tint rMiatnma
I nftlnlnlu i nm unlluflh.t I li n I P-itdl
ilnnsscn was Innocent of any Intent
to let tho Chtneso go ashoro In viola
tlon of tho law, but ho was arrested
by a United States Marshal and taken
to Norfolk for a hearing.
Tho flno for permitting Cblneso to
go ashoro from vessels is from $500
to $1000 for each man. Whon tho
fugitives aro recorded tho tlno Is
BomctlmcB remitted. Last night tho
four Chinamen wero found over a
laundry. Ono was arrested by a po
liceman and tho other thrco Jumped
through a window and escaped. Tho
two were afterward nrrestcd In tho
woods by a posse
Wreck Not Found.
San Kranclscp, April 1. Captain
ursH, who has been scarculng for tho
wreck of tbo lost steamer Rio do Jn
nelro, claims to hava found tho hull
in fourteen fathoms ot water, a short
distance Inside of Mllo rock. Until
Investigation proves beyond a doubt
that tho Klo has really been found
by Hops, sea-faring men will continue
to hold tho opinion that tho wreck Is
not so fnr out. It Is tho general Im
pression, too, that ono of tbo Govern
ment surveying steamers, with Its su
perior appliances, will have to bo
called upon If tho Rio is ever to bo
TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money It It
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
The first social function to te given by
Hawaii Lodge No. 4I, International As
sociation of Machinists, will be a Grand
Hall In the Drill Shed. April U. 1001. All
P trtUlpatlng are assured an enjoyable time.
Gentlemen f 1. Ladles free. i8io-)t
In concquence of the appointment of
the Hen. Geo. Geir to the Circuit Bench
as 2nd Judge, the lirm of Davis and Gear
l dissolved. Geo. A. Davis will occupy
the same offices and continue tlieadlve
practice of his profession iiso;-ir
ELECTION OF OFFICBRS.
At the adioumed annual meeting of the
Stockholders of THE A. HARRISON MILL
CO., LTD., held this day, the following
officers and directors were elected to serve
for the ensuing ear:
A. Harrison President
F. C. Betters Vice-President
J. Sham .Manager anj Treasurer
G. M Sharp Secretary
The above officers constitute the Board
l8io-it G. M. SHARP, Secretary
At a stated meeting of the stockholders
of the MAUI LAM) COMPANY, LTD.,
duly held at Walluku, AViui. this day, the
followlngolTicerswere duly elected to serve
for the next ensuing year :
S. Ahinl, Pre, and Manager
Fun leung, Vlce-l'reIJent
Ycung Young,. Sec'y anJ Treas.
Y. Achew, Auditor
Young Kam, Lum l.ung, jud Fun
Walluku. Maul, Secretary.
March 30, 1131. i8og-iw
Forty-first Annual Statement
The Germania Life Ins. Co.
OF NEW YORK
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER
Bonds and Mortgage on
Real Estate (14,2,062.41
Domestic and Foreign
State, City, Railroad and
other Bonds owned, Mar
ket valuo 7,5(3,000.09
Ileal Estate owned. Includ
ing Ofllce Buildings in
the United States and
CaBh deposited In Banks . 451,G42.S5
Cash on hand and In transit
(since received) 172.C37.45
Loans on Policies In force 1,390,208.00
Net or Invested Assets De
cember 31st, 190G $20,574,913.50
Interest nnd Rents due and
Balanco of year's pre
miums, not yet duo (full
rcscrvo charged in Lla-
, btlltlcs), net 309,935.83
Premiums t In courso of
transmission (full ro
scrvo charged In Lia
bilities), net 178,451.92
Total Assets December
31st, 1900 $27,378,533.30
Reserve fund for all out
standing Policies In forco
December 31st, 1900, cal
culated on tho assump
tion that tho Company's
Investments will earn In
terest at the rote of 4
per annum $23,023,304.00
Additional Rcscrvo i'und
required to place, tho
Company on a 3'4
basis for all outstanding
Reservo Fund for Extra
Risks and Surrender Val
Unadjusted Claims 155,25:
Unpaid Dividends of 1900
duo to Policyholders....
Reservo Fund for Divi
dends to Pollcyholdsrs:
Payablo In 1901
quent to 1901
Total Liabilities $23,855,231.95
Surplim as regards Policy
Total Assets $27,378,533.30
.From tho foregoing statement of
Assets thero Is excluded (as is usual
with this Company) every item which
Is not ndmltted by tho Stato Insurance
Department, and a very conservative
valuation Is put upon the various Item
Manager, Hawaiian Islands,
Judd Building, Honolulu.
. . .TELEGRAPH
On and After the 2nd of March
messages In plain language will be accept
ed for transmission between the
' places mentioned below :
Ka Laau, Molokai
Mnuiulei, Lnnnl; and
The charge for such messages will be at
the rate of zo cents per word of 15 letters,
minimum charge f 2, until further notice.
When telephone connections are avail
able messiges may be handed to the tele
phone company to ce lorwaraeu to desti
nations other than those mentioned above.
In othrr cases special messengers may
The cost of special delivery Is not In
eluded In the charge at 20 cents per word.
If the cost is known it must be paid by
the sender when the message Is handed In.
If unknown, It must be paid by the ad
dressee when the message Is delivered.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
The Life of Queen
John Coulter and J. A. Cooper
of London nnd Cnnndn.
ROOM 11, MAGOON Bl.D.,
Art Embroidery Taught.'
Lessons In AHT nMDHOIDEKY will
u given by Mrs. II. II. Williams at th
City Furulturo Sloro, Port street.
'.first Class stamping don.
MUS. II. II. W1UJAMC.
Pine Job Printing tt
prrmoN J. A. Matthewmai
Peterson & Matthewman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
P. O. BOX i j
flLEPHOftS. MAH 6S
I KAAHUMANU ST
J. M. KANEAKTJA,
attorney and Counsellor at
OSm: In the Occidental Hotel,
txer ot King and Alakea Streets,
Cblneso and Japanese Firms.
P O. B0X961. TEL whits oit
Latest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing, a
Clothes Dyed Fast Black or any color
68 Hotel St., Near Fort
T. KAT8UNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA. Maaatot.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY,
fiaaorarr.Oajca: Ro opit.lr. Soratt.lt k.llJ.
tr- t.i. )4i.
LADIES SKIRTS CLEAND
Cloihlne Clt.rud, Dvfl nj R.o.liti
-SUITS MADE TOORDER
JHTFll ru.r.ntMl. -Lowlt Prkt.
Port Strict. ntr Kukul, ni nr Orpticun Thatr.
iafPrkei Oftntiig one oU, i; Dytlng suit f 1.$.
Ircnltects, Contractors and Bonders.
dUILDER . . .
ii.bblng ; Promptly : Attended : To.
3o. W. Para T.t. too
P. W. B.arl.lM P. O. Bol tit
BBARD8LEE fr PAGE
Architects & Bulldera
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annsx,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
t Short Notice. 1441
Or ALL KINDB,
roalors in Lnmbor and Goal
Queen atroot. Honolulu
rl. F. BERTELMAN'8
Carpenter Shop v
0 rtar of old stand. Entrancs on K!
raat. Ordart lift at either shop, or offica,
t .'ohn Nott's lora, Kln strtat, will n
'.. prnmr'iKtta'i'lnn. IJ'l-tf
on all sorts of building.
OFFICE IN OLD ARLINGTON
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE MO. 81.'
SOW is the Urns to get leaks tmt
breakages Men to, and your
Roof 8 Put In Order
By ooinpetent workmnot
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pip and Gutter Work.
Rlch.ri Street, tt. Qu.cn ani Merch.nl Honolulu.
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Tel. White 41. P. O. Box no.
Notice lo Property Owners.
I have In my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS I'LUMUL'RS from the Coast. I am
now ready to figure on your work at the
lowest prices. My men are Union Men.
Give me a trial.
C. II. BROWN,
Territory Stables. King St.
K. JL KAAJL,
Teacher of ' .itnr, Mandolin, Zltbar
Ukulalo and Taro Patch,
Orders to to left care of Wall, NlcboU
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