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Vol. XL No. 1947.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OP HAWAII, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20 1901
Pimuk 5 Oknth.
SUPREME JUSTICE HAS
LIVELY COW HUNT
Attacks Wild Cattle With Shot Qua
and Triumphantly Brings
lllto. Sept. 13. J. V. Smith, having
returned irfim a two weeks' outing
In thu country, where lie was In dally
touch with Justice Oalbralth. n Trlb
nn! reporter sought hlra out nnil In
quired anxiously as to the health of
Justice and Mrs. Oalbralth. Smith,
who lii a man looking no more lilt"
Hilt Nyo than a statue of Jove roseia
hies a Porto Rlran vagrartt. told a
most Interesting tale. Such puns of
It as the. reporter could Jot down
during the narration are hero v:l
forth, tlinltb. started out didactically.
"We were camped at a place called
Puitoci. I'uu In Hawallnn means gun
and no means doublt-barrollid: In all
double-barrelled shotgun. With a
mm. approprlato to the place, Judge
Ortlbtjalth could not get any quail. Ho
shot one off a log, but when he went
lo pick It up. nothing remained hut u
drop of blood and a tew feathers. He
conceived the Idea that a mongoosn
followed him and made off with hi
iiamu ns soon as he shot it.
'The third day out. Clalbralth madu
up his mind that he wanted 'big game.'
something that no mongoose could
earry olf. So with a native guide we
started for Alnahna for geese. Wo
got no geese, hut on our way home a
Inrge band of pigs (not a baud of laigi
pigs) hove In sight. The native guide,
fired upon them with a rifle, but miss
ed. "It was then that Judge Galhralth
exhibited that coolness, bravery un I
ncmi which ilv so noceifflfrT to a
Hawaiian Supreme Court Justice.
"With nothing but a small-bore shot
gun, with shell loaded with No. 8
shot, he dismounted and braced him
self to receive the charge of the ap
proaching wild boars. He spoke lo
them with both barrels. The leader
was Killed outright, and the others,
stung with defeat and the No. S shot
jumped over a cliff and committed sub
tide to savo themselves from shiugH
tr. "It Is said that familiarity with dan
ger breds contempt of court! so em
boldened by his adventure with llio
boar, the Judge decided to tncklo a
"There are many wild things, on
Miiuna Kea. There are wild boar,
wild cattle, wild horses, wild goaU,
wild sheep, wild turkey, wild chlckep,
wild dogs, wild mules, wild ducks and
wild geesu: but the wildest of the
wild Is thu wild bull, and the must
dnngcrous. Although repeatedly
warned, Judge Galbralth persisted In
mailing the domain of the wild bull,
lor when the Judge makes up his
mind for 'big game,' be will habeas
corpus them whether the Constitution
lullows the flag or not.
"He took three natives with pack
mules and started. He returned lato
at night weary and worn hut with that
triumphant gleam In his eye which
"That stern pride which warrloni
In foemen worthy of their steel.'
"He ejaculated, "Most Noble Sport,'
and the description of tho encounter
Is best told In the Judge's own wordn.
Ualbralth sat down upon u koa log
nnd told this story:
" 'I hud shot a wild hull of the spe
cies called by the natives "plpl liel
kl," when all at once there was a bel
lowing from another direction nnd th?
guide said "pllikla muley cow wlkt
wikl Imlo holo." I leaped Into the sad
dle and began describing n Santiago
loop, ns did Schley with the Iiroohlyii.
It was not a retreat, hut I was fight
lug for position. Theiu Is ever) thing
In position in any battle. As I vat
making the turn I noted that the horns
of this muley cow were fifteen feet
from tip to tip, and my ability thus to
measure with my eye probably saved
my life. Notwithstanding the loop I
made, tho cow was gaining and bellow
lug every Jump. They say that tho
loud whlrtle of a warship is souio
limes used to trighten the ndversary,
and remembering this, I was not nt
all nltrmed not In thu least. I mailo
1'or two big log? whl(.h were eight
feet high, Intending to climb them.
Hut when my horse came to tho logs
ho went over the first one nicely; ay
we Jumped the second, the ow cawu
over tho first. She looked Just IIVu
the picture In Mother (loose, whern
the cow Is Jumping over the moon. In
ilearlng tho second log my horse
stumbled and fell to his knees. Every
thing happens tor the best. My liorso
was In au attitude of nullification lit
The Only Vacant House
IN MANOA VALLEY
Hat two bedrooms and all modern In
provements; HO a month.
Also large residence on the Walklkl
Beach near the Annex; $60 a
month for seven months.
any rate. I took, as I thought, a last
look to Heaven. As I looked up I saw
the sharp, glistening end of the cow's
mauka horn. I pointed the rifle bark
over my shoulder. And here Is where
Inn exactness of my eye, in measur
ing the horns, came Into great useful
ness. From them I Judged the rentee
ol the head to he seven and a halt
feet from thu tip of thu bora. Pointing
the rifle over my shoulder I fired.
' 'The bullet went home squarely be
tween thu eves as she came over tho
vcond log, jmralyzlng tho front part
of the body. With her hind legs, how
ever, she made an c.lort wmen mre.v
ber a complete somersault nnd Hat
on her back, so that the hind leijA
struck th" rump of my steeil. Th
remainder of tho herd was deflect el
by the logs and disappeared In thu
gloom. Wo rigged a derrick to a
neighboring coiuanut tree nnd hoisted
the carcass to thu back of one' of Bhlu
roan's pack mules. Thu beast weighed
229GJ pounds, but the pack mule, al
though tired from carrying seventy
two pour.l of Hhlpman'a butter 10
Hllo two days before, bore the carcass
proudly up the steep mountain side
and Into camp without a' mishap. I
am taking the cow's head and horns
to Honolulu, and tho bullet-hole being
In the geometrical, center, the head
can he used as n balance for thrt
scales of Justice. Hung upon the
sacred trlnod. these literal horns of
a realistic dilemma will ever servo to
warn the court agamst the mazes of
the more Intrlcato dilemmas of tho
. m i
All the arrangements for the races
tomorrow have been madu and thoro
It every promise that the day will be
a most successful one. The. Piguttu
Committee met yesterday and arrang
ed for tho following officers of tho
Judges Col.C. J. McCarthy, Cap.
tain Campbell and C. D. Wilsou.
Starter C. II. Wilsou.
Judge of the Yacht KaccB A. W.
Timekeepers C. Willis, C. T. Wil
der, Captain E. II. Parker nnd P. E.
Recorders W. A. Drown and W.
Serretary J. W. Smlthers.
Clork of Course Dr. WA. T. Mon
parrot. Regatta Committee A. A. Wilder.
P. J. Church and S. K. I. Taylor.
R. C. A. Peterson was to have been
one of the timekeepers bnt he left for
San Francisco In the Sierra with Sam
uel Parker, so anotlu r mau bad to bu
substituted In his placo.
A. W. Pearson, tho Judgo of tho
)tcht races, will be stationed-on the
steamer J'. A. Cummins, Whteh will be
sent outside ns soon as all the yacht
luces nave ueen guinea on. a jno
courso of all thu four classes of
yachts Is about the same, there will
bo no trouble In the matter,of observ
ing all the boats. Thu yucht' races w III
be started by means of tho two bombs
as on previous occasions.
It was stated this morning by thu
Regatta Committee that, although it
had been Intended to closu all entries
last Wednesday afternoon, this deter
mination had been cbatigcd, and that
now entries would bo allowed up to
thu time of the starting off of tho
Several steamers came in from va
rious Island ports this morning and
all are anxious to enter boats In tho
race, so that the steamer boat race
will probably be one of tho most ex
citing of tho day. It Is understood
that the Kinnu will have a crack crew
In tho water.
Thu Judges' pontoon will be put In
place tonight In order that the events
of tomorrow may bo started off on
time. The flrfct race has been set for
9 o'clock and thu Regatta Coramltt-o
means to make a record by sending
out the boats concerned on the drop
of tho bat. It will bu remembered tiiat
last year thu last raeo of the day was
sent out when It was almost dark.x'.t
Is not proposed that there shall bexn
repetition or this.
The J. A. Cummins will go out enriy
In the morning to put in position tho
flags for the yacht races. The othor
Hogs will be put in placo by thu Ho
gatta Committee ut about thu samu
Thu hand will bo stationed In tho
usual place on tho Pacific Mall wharf
so that people In all parts of the har
bor and waterfront will get tho beno
At of thu music. Chairs will bo plac
ed on the wharf mentioned for tho
accommodation of the public.
Thu Myrtlo and Hcalanl Clubs will
keep open houso to their friends nnd
light refreshments will bo served. Mu
sic by native quintet clubs will bo fur
nished and thoru will bo dancing
throughout the day.
The mwt Interesting rares of tho
day will be the two slxoarcd sliding
seat bargu races. The feeling on tho
streets today Is that the freshman racy
will go to tho Myrtles and that the
other ono will go to tho Healanls.
It Is not probable that Dan Renear
will enter tho swimming race, as ho
will havu to row In two hard races.
Thn tAAniR rtf ttin Ylmvnllnn l-lAt.l..
and Mutual Telephonu Companies will
pmjr a game ot Daseuail on tho Ma
klkl recreation grounds at 1 p. m. to
morrow. The llnf..iiti will h nu inf
Hawaiian Electric Co. Rogers, p.;
Howard, c.i Hudson, lb.: Taylor, 2b.:
DlsbrOW. 3h itlnlrn u a Wo...-
r.f.; Rodyeres. l.f.j Wheeler, c.f.;'
Mutual Telephone Co. Uokl, p,;
Akong, c; Desha, lb.; Richards, 2b
Mfltinn fill Ppnnn uu . A1.I . f.
rltl, l.f.; Lehr, c.f.'; Ka'pul, substitute.
Rov. A. E. Cory, who has always
been a favorite speaker among young
men, speaks at tho Y. M. C. A. for the
last time Sunday afternoon nml will
doubtless be greeted with a largo audi
ence. Ho sails In a few days to take
up his new work In China. "Think"
Is bis subject for the 4 o'clock scivlce.
Tbe Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Boyd Investigating Fire
O Hiimakua, Hawaii, Sept. 18. .Superintendent lloyd with Assltt O
O nnt Maiston Campbell arrived at Knwalalme nint with Kore-iler O
O ltnughs immediately set out for the scene or the devastating llrex. O
O They went fltst to Wnline wherothey found the lire subsiding. O
O Tho next ir.orulng they maj their way towards Haniokua on O
O horse back. They were eleven hours In the saddle and covered fifty O
O miles of the burned section, o
O Words cannot describe the damage done. Horner Is still light- O
O tng the lire but his efforts are of little effect on account ot no rain O
O and coutlnued high winds. o
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Hllo, Sept. 19.-The Herald sys;
The condition or plantations In
North Hllo nnd Hamnkua is far from
assuring. The absence ot ml it. coupl
ed with the disastrous Urea th.it have
swept that part of the Island slnfi thu
latter part of June, though not con
fined to the cane fields, threaten them,
and many of the laborers ah- taken
from the fields to fight the lire. hiid. Another proposition has taken tb
consequently, the amount or woik dote plu-c. f the McC'ully tract one. W. (J.
on the plantations Is eonsldernbli Ui.( .iiil had come forward with a tin"
wned. ) offer and all that now remains is tin
HornerVrahth owners ate winning consent of the lllbhop Kutute to alio
people off their, lands, nml forbidding ,iu. promoters to take adjoining InuJ
ttiem using the pnsturage for tjielr at a nominal rental. The following ap
horses and cnttl Albert Horner plUatlon was drawn up vesterday mid
states to a representative of the Herald ut . M.t t0 t-1(1 trustees ot the lllsli.
that the last lerrlDc Are wns started hy 0,, Kstute this urtcrnoou:
a bee hunter, who Mt-nrtd about iii ,. . , , . ' ... ..
pound and swept the for.st frnrn'tW ... """"M"- ""?" T
acres. "How much more It wilt ijl.rnl r " " lr,1 "'T, ', ,' K,Ut1" "' T
berore a rain comes to extinguish t Is , "U"'M "l",l"' Honolulu,
problematical. V have landed thest oa""
men In kill nnd we hone to keen them Gentlemen: The undersigned re-
there. Having learned the source of spectfully apply for a leuse of that
this fire we have concluded that others porlluu of the lands or the Kstute of
starting far from the original one. were Hernlce l'auahl Hlshop .Hiliiated at the
from tbe same cause. j ! tiinkul, Walklkl corner of yuctn and
"I have ridden around the lire and I K,,llhl '',-'c, "l Kiilllil, District of His.
observed several trees that had been ti"'lu. Island or Oahu, said le.vse to lev
cut down by persons hunting for turn- for u Wrm "' l,'n vnr tr"m dne
cy. In these eases the parties were "Idling lease,
successful in putting out the tires be-' The uuderslgneil have undertakcu to
fore they had gotten much headway. I plumule ami maintain a baseball park
We propose now to make a thorough where baseball and other athletic con
lnvestigatlou, mid If It possible to have tests liny be bad -without the mreMsltV
the trespasseis punished we will do so. of risking life ami limb by playing on
It Is merely a question or time, with- grounds unfit for the purpose ubova
out ruin, when the entire finest belt Mt forth.
of Hamnkua will be wiped out, and a' Should we succeed In securing n
change In the dliectlon of thu wind for lease of the premises mentioned ubuvti
tiny length of time means annihilation It Is our purpose to nut the irrnnmU
of the cugar ludustry here for borne
time. The planters havu spent'nll they
can anoru to put out cue nrea now
raging on uovernmenl lau.l. and Hu-rj
believe they should huve somu assist-
ance. expenses Might be met.
"It hus been suggested In the Her- 'r- W. C. Aolil, who own (he ad
ulil that tho prisoners be called upon Joining propert), has agreed to lease iij
to work at fighting tbu rlr'e. and.'actlng '' portion of tbe grounds for $100 per
upon that suggestion I' called upon .annum for a term of ten years.
Hhrrlff Andrews und explained to hlra' We are Informed, aud believe that
the situation. He Informed me after t" Information Is true, that Mr. AoJM's
hearing what I had to say that there property has a fronlagc of :u0 fi et on
were not. enough prisoners on the Isl- Kallhl street and 132 feet un (Jiu-eu
and to accomplish much. The trouble street. As we wish to acquire a trait
Is that the ground is so dry that tho J of S00 feet square It w 111 necessltut"
fire burns the roots or trees ror fifty, our leasing 3tto feet on Queen street
or a hundred feet under ground, and" and about 320 (7) feet on the makal
while we may leave a locality satisfied il'nd or the II. P. Hlshop Estate's laud,
that the fire has been extinguished. We have entered Into this matter
two weeks hence may llnd It bursting' Purely ror tho sake or clean sport and
out afresh In the same spot where wo
had worked with sutcess as we sup
A. D. Locbenstcln. In discussing the
fire situation, says that In his opinion
the great fires In the Ilnniakua ills
trlct will affect tho wntcr supply to
such an extent that the sugar crop or
the district of Hamakua wllln be ma
terially lessened. '
Tho above company w 111 not be ablu
to perform "The llelle or New York."
owing to Master Willie Pollurd having
a accident to his root. The flelsha will
be repeated tonight, tomorrow night
and tomorrow afternoon for u matinee,
when children will be admitted at half
price to all parts or tho opera house.
Tonight und tomorrow night Mr. Alf
Clouldlng will take Master Willie's part
In the Uelsha. Seats at Wall, NlchoU
Williams ..'.i'.'.W.V .. .'." !!!!
'I lie Mi-Cully b.iHrbnll ground scben.i
which was being talked about amoio(
tbe b.-ifekill enthusiasts of the city,
has'fallcn through beraute of thu ex
pense nttHchcd to the proposition. Tim
promoters did not fni that they could
pay out what the) would have to In
nrde'i to secure the locutlou which tbiy
,,,. fi..r mi,i Bi,uniimi,i td.. .,.i..n,.
n proper condition, built a itrandsisnj
sufficiently large to uccommodatc 1U00
persons, build a ft nee around tho
grounds IS feet high, and' to churn?
nominal admission few In order tbat
.nope the Hoard of Trustees of the Es
tate or II. P. Illshop will take that rart
Into eoiislderatlon when ronshlerini;
J. II. WISE.
CIIAS. V. ClIII.I.IMiWOUTU,
JAMES II. (iOHMAN.
For groceries ring up Blue Ml.
IN THU CIRCUIT COURT.
Judge Little Is still hearing tho
trial by Jury or Itopert vs. Kauai,
Judge Gear, thero being no Jury
case ready, put In the time this morn
ing recalling tho calendar and setting
'cases. A Jury will probably bo drawn
this afternoon for the nuw trial of
Harrison vs. Magoon et al., tho Haguy
cuie case, which will begin on Mon
day. On motion or Mr. Magoon, thu ap
peal or derendant In I.. II. Kerr ft Co
vs. Mrs. It. W. Wllcux was dismissed
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on thu ground that the appeal could
not llu because It was from Judgment
by default in the District Court of
P. J. Testa has discharged is
trustee for Kapahiku (w), ho having
tuiailed the trust by withdrawing
I2SI.A5 from the Postal Savings Rank
for the ward.
Ah' OI was n sal n brought N'fore
Judge dear, under writ or habeas cor
pus, shortly after noon today. Deputy
Attorney tlener.il Cathcart was unable
to appear for the Territory on account
of Uluess. High Sheriff A. M. llrowu,
being a member of the bar. took Charge
of the case. ' "'
Mr. Urown said the principal witness
against the prisoner was gone nnd with
him tho case for the prosecution.
Therefore there would be no ui In
wasting the time of the grand Jury1 by
bringing Ah Ol before It under a ne-v
Ah Ol was then called to stand i:p.
when the court Informed him through
the Interpreter that, being Imprisoned
under a mittimus that wns illegal, he
wns discharged. At the suggestion or
Mr. Ilrooks the court also ordered 'ho
prisoner's ball remitted.
Ah elsewhere stated, tho crime for
wlil Ah 01 was serving bt'ntcnce was
Judge dear remarked, as he was
leaving the bench, that III discharging
the prisoner he followed the decision
of the I'nlttil States District Court
Ah Ol was one of the prisoners who
weru released formerly by Judge dear,
but detained In prison on an appeal to
the Supreme Court by the Attorney
Onenil which that tribunal sustain
ed. The discharge of Ah 01 today was
therefore granted In despite of thu
opinion of the Supreme Court whbh
held Hint the United States constitu
tion was .not wholly operative In the
Ifawallan Islands between annexation
and the organization of tho Territory
of Hawaii, hence that persons accused
of crime were not during that period
guaranteed the safeguards of the Am
erican Jury system
BY THE iMD
Just brfore the noon rciess the grand
Jury came Into the Circuit Court be
fore Juris Clear and presented four
true bills of Indictment against prison
em who hail been released under writs
or habeaii corpus and rearrested on new
charges. In every cuso the crlnio charg
ed was raised from that ot man
slaughter In thu first degree, ror which
uccordlng to decision or the Circuit
Court aud the I'nltcd Stntes District
Court they bad been Illegally convict
ed and sentenced, to murder In the
first degree. A derision ot the Hawa
iian Supreme Court, rendered after
these prisoners had been rearrested on
the new charges, was to the effect that
convictions ot the kind In question
Ueorge Wade Is now indicted for
murder In the first degree on account
of the killing of tllllesple. a fellow
steward aboard tho steamer Australia
The other three Indictments charge
umanu Neuchlro, Chldu Manzabaro,
Osakl Mankk-hl nnd Ihnrii Irhlgoro
with murder.ln the first degree tor the
killing respectively, ot Chew Foon
Yeo Mug Cheoug and Yee Fook Sing
at ivaliuku, Oahu, on March 26, 1899,
The court ordered that the prison
ers be arraigned at 1:30 this after
Mr. Davis, sepclal Deputy Attorney
General, positively declined to appear
In the cases of the three Japanese, as
ne nan represented them In the ha.
bens corpus cases In both the Terri
torial and Federal courts.
High Sheriff llrowu expressed his
readiness to appcur ror the Territor)
In the absence or Deputy Attorney Gen-
nui uiuni-uri, who, it was stuteu, was
too ill to appear.
l-'ino .loli 1'iiiitiiie; nt the Hul
TIioho ure the kind of nhocs wo
make It u point to keep, and we think that we huvo
Huccecdcd pretty well. TRY U8.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
y iuo7 fort Street. -2
COKONEL PHILIP REED
HERE IN THE SUMMER
Vessel Brings Many Paengera and
Bad Pleasant Trip
Leave Monday for
IMwi Irntmljirt Uhhimap r erlt ! m
San Kranciu-'u this morning after a
very pieasam trip, une lett me city
an hour before the China nnd about
A lialMunir ififitrt flu Vtinlltrn nn fh
ttlp down very splendid weather was
xperienceu nnu nn tne pasaengers,
L'hnn flu.V linrnmn iaJ . tt.n nll
nf till. VriHttfl liti-nn t,, -nlm' tfiot.,.
selves. It was hoped that the Chlni
""mil ue caugiu at mis port. Dill
'he mall boat wns roveral hours nn
her way when thu Sumner was nt
ilflfk. Thf. tnltirtliit ,tf tlmn tfiL.M fni.
the army boat to make the run Wns
on account or the new regulations
whieh ('nnitiutM tho Vfrnunla tn lrj,,i In
ah eight-day schedule to savo coal.
ine Hiirancr coiilil have mode thu
trip In much less time If It had been
While here several repair Job
wh.ch could nnt be doue In San Fran
cisco wi.i be completed and tho ves
sel will take on seven htmiim.! tnns
ot coal and probably get away on
sioniiay. Tomorrow being a holiday,
no attempt will bo made to work on
her. nut on Knnilnv shi. will 11,, rv.nl
all day and night.
There nre seventy cnhln passengers
on the Sumner ou their way to the
Philippines; chler among them ara
Col. Philip Reed, known as the hero or
San Juan hill. He has been onlered
to the Philippines ror duty. Tho full
passenger list or the Sumner Is as fol
lows: Major Phllln Iteml... I.li.nt ti.
Ross, Lieut. E. H. Agnews. Mrs. Ag
news. Lieut. W. U. . Iloubam. Mrs
E. II. tlose und nurse. Mrs. V!- K
Jcnes nnu son. Mrs. C. E. Dentler
and chllii. Mrs. A. U. Kerwln. maid
and child; Mrs. C. C. McCullough.
nurse. fl&UL-hter unit rlilhl Mm CVnnlf
Jernlgnn nml naby. Mrs. Henry D.
urown. .Mrs. E. S. West, Miss K.
Riding. Miss II. S. Franklin, Miss
Itlra Mever. Mrs. ti. l iwi.-r. n i
two children, Mrs. Chas. Mcl-aln and
tnree ciiuureu. .Mrs. W. O. Thornton
ami child. Mrs. D. 8. Hums and
three children. Fred. Darker. Mr.
Darker. E. V Johnson, Mrs. O. W.
Bammle. Mrs. 8. A. Moon. Mrs.l.
W. Martin. Mrs. A. C. Harsha. Mist
Ilerulce Hull. Miss J. M. Chllds, N.
G. Conner, n. A. Hntvlan. L- n
Ilonncr. Dewltt C. Allen. II. E. Uugh
lln. Guy II. St. John. Frank I,. Ollck,
Henry Wise. Waller II. Parkes, Chas.
Dean Cool. W. .1. K'll.l.v a a m-
8. Stlckney. J. J. McCary.'j. J.'
ODunuell, Jr., James J. ItevnnW.
luls I). Ilaun. Mrs. Ilaun. James R.
Hll.l. MTU. RrhU'lltlLnnt.n, an.4 Al......
: -....w..nv..Mvil nuu mire
children. For Honolulu: Ravnn.r
Shame. Mrs. Slinrn... Pnllt.. ....
J. Schwankenherg. hospital steward;
Charles W. itiirkhiiu.i- .....
corps; Percy S. Wood, quartermaster
cuts; unaries i. uiicon, commissary
clerk; Arthur Joel, stenographer.
8t. AndrewH' Cathcdrnl.
The Hlshop or Honolulu will hold
an onlliintlon In his cathedrni on Sun
day ut 10:45 a. m., when Mr. F. S. Kltz
will be admitted to the dlaconate. The
sermon will be nrp.uhcl hv thn itnv
William Ault or Walluku, Maul, whri
Is extiected by tho Klnau. Mr. Fltz
came out to these Islands threo yenrs
ago from St. John's Collect- Hiimtnlnr.
point, since which be has been muster
at iiuani College.
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part or the city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone blue 621.
Packages shipped to
all parts or the United
States unh Europo.
Office, 1017 Ilethel 8t,
opposite Honolulu Market.
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keep It. When you have worn
one pair ot our BANI8TER
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lor when you want another pair.
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