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RVENINO DUI.UbTIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1601.
lublltici Tvory Day Except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. H.. by the
BULLETIN PUD LI SHINO CO.. LTO.
WALLACE II. FAK1UNQTON... Editor
Entered at tho IVt Office at Hono
lulu as second-class matter.
Per month, anywhere In l S....I ,75
Fer year, anywhere lu U, S.... 8.00
Per year, postpaid, ro-elgn 13.00
Payable Invariably lu advance.
Post Ofllce Box 718
....OCTOIIKIt 14, IP0I.
The motives and method of L. A.
Thurston's Advertiser and the pulill
retlntnto placed upon It Is pointedly
brought out by II attack on Frederick
Hnnkey who iepreeuted thirty-seven
inemberM of the Il.ir Association before
Attorney (Jeneral Knox In the cime
against lltimiibrcjs. Seeking to Justi
fy himself Thurston attacked Han
key. The response whs Immediate nnd
should be read by every citizen Inter
sted In seeking nn honest view of tho
Hawaiian situation as represented by
the Dole-Thin s'on organ. The con
trillions of th.it organ have been repu-1
.n.,,.i ..i i,,., ,,,! niirnul ii la uliti. .
:;v -.; tr,;,h.
Tilt IWII.LI RUCORI).
It Is iKfact that the Iwllel xtockud.
1 1 not now conducted under govern
Thurston's Advertiser, the olllrlnl or
gan ot tlte Dole administration, say:
"AS SOON AS IT AlU'EAUUD that th
Edmundd law- made It Impossible for
the Territory to exercise any control
of vice, the stockade was closed, the
t'overnor of tho Territory directing
that this course betaken and the Tcr
iltorlnl Sheriff acting In the premise-.."
Head the record of tads.
The Territorial government wn In
augurated In Hawaii June II, 1900,
with Snnford II. Dole ns Governor.
The Iwllel stockade was then In
exUtemu under government super
vltlou At the February term, 1S01, of the
First Circuit Court Judge A, S. Ultra
phreys drew the attention of the (Irand
Jury to conditions at Iwllel.
February 2, 1901. Victor II. Ohn
stead, a special rcpn tentative, or till
Fedeinl Oovernnunt made a repoit on'
Jwile, to the Departmwit of Jtistlc I
.xprii :i. r.'ui. juiiRe .vi. .m. i.siee hi . "t mv imiii-. insip giivcrninini super- t.or; nnd one can well believe him.
the Fnlted States District Court chare- vision. The Frdenil Judge oiled at-, The hellish tr.vllle lu human bodies and
id the Federal (Irnnd Jury to invesil tentlon to the Fdnnmds law. lOven souls Is In ilheet violation or Hawaii
gate Iwllel and In his cnargo Dltr.W I then It did not "nppiar" to the ((over- "" ''. 't It is gtnided and super
ATTHNTION '10 THE EDMl'NDS, "or "that the l-Minunds law made It ,Msed b.v the health nnd police olllelahi:
LAW. Impossible ror the Territory to eer- ?'"' I,y tl'i'1' ""'donation or the of-
The.e (irnnd Juries Investigated a!le any control or vice." "Not until iTnr'".?, !" T..fri '.H..I !i!mri2i-0V,1K
charged to do; reported the tacts, but I Washington authorities made a move "aa,u "hi,,," ell ' n i partk'ip.iil 'In the
the Territorial Executive did liotbliu;. did the Executive department do any- c-ilme. Judge lluinplireyn would have
Iwllel continued In full blast tlll"S put n stop to this pest hole ot so- been deiellet In Ills duly lr he had fall-
Juno 21, 1001, Acting tlovernor Coop-elal horror. The place was finally clos-jed to denounce tho den or Iwllel to Uiu
er visited Iwllel. '"d by all Injunction Issued rrom tho Urand Jurj u pnicecilliig which evok-
June 21, 1901. Judge George D. r.car I'lrst Circuit Court by Judge (leotgo!1 tho vvrnlh or tlm time-servers of the
of the First Circuit Issued nil Injune-p. Hea.-. who by tile way Is not reikon-l '"";" "!!r",'!,r. f" ? h'- . .' '" W,0r''t
Hon closing ItvH-l a. the request of ed ,)y ,.. ,Mu following as one of the! rii'lMTn.ll'n.uoonh;
prlvato cltlzens-not government nin- elect. Since then government super- 'unique iitti actions or Honolulu. It Is
eldls. vlslou or vice has censed, but the i visited by all elements or boclcty;
June 2.-. .1001. Acting Ooverno- record or the past speaks for Itself. jstiangers and tourlsls are taken thero
Cooper gave out an Interview stntlng The Dole govrinmint did not mov by respcitublo lesldents, and gnzo
that the Edmunds law must be en- to put n stop to this violation of Am- I v'.1"' morbid Inteiest on the buireu dla-
forced and directed the Sheriff to tear
down the stockkadis which was dbone
June 2G. 1901. the Hoard or Health
formally decided that its opeiatlons
licder the Act to Mitigate should ' government Is not Abrani S. lltimph
cease. owlnc to its conflict vvlili the i rf.vs. Mr. Humphreys before ilevntion
Iwllel under government supervision
has since been a thing of the past. ,
Jt w. four moiiMis after the c-mrte'
had called attention to Iwllel and ovir.
ayear after Knvernnr Dole's Inaupira-
lion that the Territorial Exec u-1
live made any move, and vet the !
official organ says that "As soon as It
appeared that the Edmund law made
It Impossible tor the Territory to ex
ercise any ociitiiil ot vice." etc. It
lequlml three Orand Jury charges ond
twelve months deliberation tor the
Governor to undeistnud the Edmund
law. As further proof or the personal
responsibility of tne chief executive.
It should bo noted that as soon as tint
bead of tho Territorial government
gave the order, the High Sheriff and
Hoard or Health, appointees or the
Governor, Immediately moved to stop
government supervision. This shows
that tho Governor lias complete con
trol or elepartmcnts nnd could have
closed the place June 14, 1900, had hoi
he en so disposed. i
"TO WHOV1 IT MWtONCEBN."
The malicious attack upon Judge i
Hitmphiejs lead by political frleneis
and participated In by appointees ot
Governor Dole has canted sue It uu
awakening, or lending newspapers of
the Mainland, to the tacts ot the Hawa
iian situation, Hid I'ai-ine Commircl.il
Advertiser owned by Lorrlu A. Thurs
ton and recognized and accepted us the
olllclal organ or tho Dolu government
lias found It nccthknty to publish an
extended cdltoiial explanation under
tho caption "To whom It may concern. '
Tho siiino paper wus t,.o newspaper
medium of the attack upon Judge Hum
phreys. Its uwner was one ot the men
sentenced by Humphreys ror contempt
of court and tho allldavlt of Its edltot
led to tho sentencing of Attorneys
Hnrtwell, Kinney and ll.illou for con
tempt. The campaign conducted by tho Ad
veitlser has reeked with mnlictoiM
charges, cartoons, and Innuendo in
tended to east discredit upon the court
ocr which Jitdgo Humphreys presides
and disci edit his personal reputation
nt home an'd abroad. It hns charged
Jitdgo Humphreys with being a cilml
unl, a corrupt politician, nuythlng and
everything but an honest man and nfll
clal. These charges were duly framed by
a committee representing thirty-seven
members ot the Hiiuoiu.u liar Asso
ciation, placed befoto Attorney Gen
eral Knox, accompanied by n request
that Judge Humphreys bo removed.
Tho chaiges were earetuily nnd thor
oughly sifted. Tl.a Attorney General
not only vindicated Judge. Humphreys
but In his repurt to tho President gave
u stinging rebuke to the lawyers who
-.-..j.!,!,- ,. hD..M
mado the nttaclt based on "vague sits
ptclon nnd unfair Innuendo."
The result of the campaign ngnlnst
'llumphrrys was to put tho Dole ad
ministration on the defensive. The
Advertiser, tho oniclal organ, publishes Jiiilgo Humphreys Included as exhibits
that defenso wnlch Is typical of th- two charges delivered to tho grand
charges made against Judge Humpli-! "'r' "f ul" dl?.lr,.ct .to' li'tusclf; n
.eys. being n subversion of fact, lack-1?' ,ar' " "'J-' Cl l'1"1 ?!ul, JUI7 ,"'
I.,- .), )7...i i,,.t .... i t ., i..i. tho Tonltory by United States Judge
Ins the least Indication of n desire ,,,, ,, nn 'm(laI ro,,orl t0
for n fair statemint. The untruths are Commissioner of Labor Indlcnllng tin
so apparent ns to give evidence of (lie notorious existence nt Honolulu (tin
Bad straits to which the Dole following tier the protection of tho Government)
Is forced to maintain Itself, 'of n most revolting form ot vice. Tho
First, tho article published In dc- stntemcntB umtnlitcd In these exhibits
fense of Dole says the Republican par- '" .t,r, " I'l'iJMctcr that makes tltepi
,, has two factions; "one which com , ' KXZ
prises the men who overturned the cm that within n mile fmm the centre
monnriliy ami made n long light for r tho Hawaiian capital an Institution
annexation and of which Governor Is maintained, "vltli tho full knjwl
'.Dole Is the natural leader: and on" edge and ronsent of the Territorial an
led by political manipulators, some of Ihorltles," which Is Inhabited by slaves
whom came here as carpetbaggers and ,!n,l'r ," control "more nbsoluto and
such former Uoyallsts as believe that '"P"1 ,ll!,n "" " which African
If they control the machinery of .h-j . X'SSSKi " ft
Iteptibllcan party they can satisfy their J f,om tho oinelal documents). Tim
gritilgps against Dole annexationists idtiv s (onllneil In this moial pest
end Incidentally hold the offlcos." ibotiso nio women ami young gills, a
The fart la that the first nnd strong- few of them Kiench nnd the remainder
isit opposition to (loveinor Dole cnm Japanese. They are taken thither by
from ami still exists lu the rank ami I
Uli- of the annexation party. This on
position was not at the outset blttir,
but It has come to lie such on account
o the attack made by Mr. Dole's Ifitl.
mates, ins opponents have been chart;
ed with being manipulators and cor-!
ruptlonlsta Immediately their iinlnlnni
t. ,,.. .. .. .,. .,. ... ,
.... .,, .-.,ui cuiiiii-.i uy uiu uoin
vf-i'MiKi-iii "s in mo pari priinarus.
Again the Ameilcan element of tit"
party was charged with belnc rorrim-
tlonlsts and manipulators of the Itoval-
1st element. It Is n matter of reroi.l
that one of th. wnrltrrn in Dm iv.rii- bm" lu"Kl"H "' eritetiy ns 10 can lor
mlLr l.. LI i, rv i , .1 '; ' cxiiiistulotlon by tho policemen detail
primaries for the Dole faitlon, after- ,, t prevent the InntateH and visitors
waid became a worker and spoke for fiom Indulging In dlsordeily conduct.'
the Homo Rule or Wilcox party. No llules nnd regulations for tho conduit
such Instance can be cited ngnlnst the ' the horrid trade plied at this Instl
American party Mr. Dole's opponents, tntlon have been mado by tho local
The Advertiser charges that news-1''0""'' nml ar" l"Wt'd at tho entianco
papers have been subsidized to carry !.V ' J" "'""'''fjr'Vi'm"'' ,l'" J'V
on the campaign against Dole This U $Tt """apC 3
nn absolute untruth. .Not u single fact ifr Hsulng n i-ertlflentc of health to
can he brought forwnid to suppott It. llu- dwellers In the sink or Iniquity,
As regards the existence or n stock- nnd the grand Juiy preceding the one
8de of prostitutes tit Iwllel, the Adver-n"Keil to have been "pnekod" by
tlscr sas that (lie (lovernor pill an J"1'!0 lluiuphreyH leported the eondl
end to government control ot this pl.ie..,11"" "r the piemlne and tho general
"as snnn ns ll nnrrnrn.l tl,. ti, im '"nnagenient, which Is (onditeted uu
,,?." "" " TPeared that the l.d- ll(,r Uu ......viMon of ,i1L. .0n, Uc.
miinds law mado It Impossible ror tho pnitmcnt nnd tho Hoard nf Health." to
lerrUory to exercise any control of bo "as satisfactory as could bo cxpi-it-vle"
oil." Tho aveiage ago of tho poor
The Governoi or the Territory did I creatines Is llfteen jears, mid there
not act when two Tcrrltoilal and ono,iuo "everal under twelve.
Pr.tf.mt Cmn.t inrin. ,.., ,...n... , , "It Is heartrending to walk tlirouuh
Investigate tin. place. These Investlga-'
Ho,,, proved the existence of slavery
eilcan law. and violation of eveiy law
,,t u.,iMt virtnn tin ii w. r... i.
' """ " "
The chief mover against the Dolo
to the Lcnih was a consistent worker
with those who tcek to make tint Tor- (
rltory of Hawaii nn American Te, rl-1
tn,v-,,ot ineicly naihe. a su.i.er-
luge to protect the schemes and pi In-
clples or an oligarchy. When elevated
to tho bench llumphrejs took Ui hit
duties ns a loy.il Amerlctin. Judge,
llumphrejs refused to allow Infrae-
nous or Ainerlinu jaw to pass un
noticed; he reMsed to r.i.low out
"hi wuiH uifii ui jmuciui leKiBiiiuon;
lio InttTpicUil Amcrli'iin law jjcconlli.
to lu ulivlmiK Intent. Tlu-rcby liv In-
fltriinl tint ii'imlti fif tlm I .iln fr)fw-
-.1.1 fl.. t.l . H..I..1 .!.... . I
lug and was subjected to constant and Hm ?,nf ri-gut to see In
njiillclously hitter attack. I ' fls '""''"K "''"' "' " Ailver-
As the Advertiser drew on "vaguo f" '", " .1'"t':''' ,h''CuJ "T0
suspicion and unfair Innuendo" to sup- w ""'V,1 V'V C0,NCK lN t,hn s"ltf"
port Its charges Banst Humphreys n!?nt ,tha.t1 Ju', ""'nphreys' exoner
so It publishes fiction In defense or tho atl"1,1 1,y "l0 A,t"r"c5' "encra was due
All the people of this Territory want
1.1 nil Ainerlrnn irnverninn,,). iwnml. 1
" O--- -v, .v-.(,i,(-
tln of ""-' demands of the people audi ' , " a"', "J ,ltl:lu"-
steady development along American I As members of the committee who
lines. Governor Dole hns proved him-1 p"'parc'1 ani1 forwarded tho charges
trlf absolutely Incompetont to provide'""'1 ,l10 cv'''fnec tiieieunder we mo3t
such an administration. He has been '' '"'I'lintlcally repudiate llio IuhIiiua-
given a full- trlnl nml Hie rnmittlnn u 'Ions inmle against Mr. Hnnkey and
worso today than ever It sneaks for'w,s'' t0 ",nt0 'nnt "" l"lvc "ln '""eat
Itself. A competent defenso cannot h. con',',nro '" '" "nd his handling ol
offered because the record Is clear Till ' "ln uv'rten(,e entllistcd to hint ns wall
people of Hawaii want peace, but' they HS 1,,B l'0"01"1' Integrity and t,ood faith
icruse, litivo lefiiseel and will continue j '" ,''' "'itter.
t'i rerusii to allow their affairs to bn' In J"""1 'o Mr. Hnnkey who Is ab
dictated by a narrow minded cllqun tout frnm "10 "'0- we take this thj
whose obvious aim. Is to rule or ruin. ' Par"e8t opportunity to express our en
What the people want Is n Governor l,orfenlcllt f '' actions as our lepre-
who will recognize tho equality or all
American citizens and will not by his
nets and those or the clique, whom he
represents keep sllvn and active the old
time hitter strife which an American
government will wipe out forever.
PROTECTING VIC II IN HAWAII.
I Philadelphia Ilccort!.
Attornov General Knox has laid be
foro the President ceitnlu facts con
cerning n statu of nlfrtltH In Hawaii
that may require a thoiough Invesil
galton or tho Territorial Government.
It will bo recalled that Judge Humph'
leys, or tho Tenltoilal Circuit Court
nt Honolulu, was recently brought h
roio tho Attorney Geneiul on charges
preferie-d by tho Hawaiian H.ir Asso
ciation. Tho particulars or the com
plaint against his administration or Ida
oillcp need not bo recited, since ho has
been exoneiated on every point of tlm
Indictment. Ilrlofly stuted. the nccu
sntlons wero that while occupying a
plhoo on tho lleneh ho continued to
continl the editorial policy of a news,
paper hostile) to tho Government, nnd
owned by him before his appointment:
'hat ho had pae ked a Brand Jury with
opponents to Governor Dole; that he
had exercised political Inlluouco In
procuring legislation, and that ho hod
been harsh mid unfair In his treatment
of members of tho Bar. Sulllco It to
.,.,t .',.,. .
hay that the evidence, offered In Blip
port of tho charges wan most lllmny,
uml brought down upon tho complain
ants n shaiti robuko from Attorney
In bis leply to tho complaint of tho
Hawaiian liar Assuclntlou, however,
'", V empioyeti ny mo company
iu, ii uniin mi; Illt'lllslllu aim 1)111111
lugs ( nnd vvhli h, by the way, Is Incor
porated under the laws or Hawaii),
end tiro Mild nt pi Ices ranging from
JI0O upwnrd, nivordlng to their nge
T'"' "' pay nil annual license
l't' "' r, rir '':u'n ot ""'lr ebattels;
mid "lr liv reason of tli-cnvlnc nlivxlrnl
mnie Jlongollnii who desires a person
in servant or nttenilnnt. lniiiiio on
tin- part of an Inmate to cam a certain
'amount of money .r diem Is follow-
'''' '' tm' Inllletlou or brutal physical
I'"lHliment. oieasloiinlly leaching
.'LiTV, i. .,, ?"."!, ml,0""' "
:"" "' "nsiaycii vice, i no polluting
, iiil'ieme of the liislltiitlon thureroie.
l.t not lonliucMl to Hawaii and tho Hn
vniluns, but is Hpiead, through tho
increasing number ot American visit
ors to tho Tmiltory, to all psils ot tint
nunti-y. wnat Is llio vlcloua vxiiiublo
of expiring .Motmonlsni or of tho Instl
HHInn tif domestle slnver In the Sulu
JX lmo 'or'VwIlcl " '" Tl ut anv
r.ndei the JinKt'l.-liJ!,1 ,1 't"f
.j-nn, , Slates and under the pioteetlon
nl our Hag iheie should exist a form
01 human bondage so Intolerable, and
deci ailing, almost passes belief.
nils loin uisgraee slioulil be erased
If tiiu whole Tenltorlal (loverumeiit of
11-',!;,' "llOI,,l, "nV '" ,,u ""'"" 0,,t
REPUDIATE THE ADVERTI8EP,
partly to tho fact Ihat "lue rcprcscnta
tlve of the tlar Association nt Wash-
ln"',on mu'le no 1"1,'f of tho e',leI':
entrusted til llllll and let the CISC gO
.,.,. . . . .. ..
CECIL IinoWN, Chairman.
Gi:OilOH A. DAVIS,
J. T. DP. UOLT.
W. I,. BTANLHY.
Honolulu, October 12, 1901.
The barkiMttlne H. (I. Wilder with
eeveiul passengers und n big general
cargo arilved this morning, HI days
from San Francisco. Forty hoiscs and
ten mules weio biought for Clus Helm
man and all arrived lu tine shape.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
':'1"'' " ' ia'..iilViJ.'i.ii'..'i.)l'. 1, U. jMAUMiiii.4 .ui..L.M.
BRADLEY and HUBBARD 3
L A M PS
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Thesi gooJs were ordered from advance
sheets of the catalogue of the above manu
facturer;, and are the latest In design snd
Call ea'ly an J make your selections.
In addition to "lie toooo'feet of Harden
Hojr lately received, the "Emilv F. Whit
tiev" brought us lo.coo ft. mere, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEBT.
We have all grades, and our prices art)
lower than ever quoted In this nurlcet.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
LI All TCI).
If You Want To Get The Greatest Value
For Your Money Buy
Light and Heavy
Spring - Wagons,
Etc., Etc. - - -
of 0. CMUiMAN, LTD. The best line of goods on the
.Islands. Agents for the famous Studt baker Vehicles.
KELLY-SPRINUFinLD 1IRF-S put on at the lowest figures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Merchant Street, hetvvcen Poet und Aliikcn.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate nt Prizewinner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
CHAS. F. HERRIGK CARRIAGE GO., LTD.
125 Alcrcluint Ht next to Sttingcnvynlcl IJuilcllnjV.
IScectiiiiln St., next
'Phone Main 3S8. '
1171) River Street. Itet. ltcrotniln.iini I'ntmhl.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on In Satisfactory Manrter.
Tel. Blue S4I. ,l. O. liox 078.
HARPING ON ONE STRING
Anil the natni' timo
"TIIU IIKST HO It Till: I.UAST
It'n a liinii tho jnirc himcT novcr
riovvh tlicil of tho way wo jilay It
lic-causu It him all tho hoothlns effect
ol t?ooil huihIp. It muaiiH inonuy hav.
cut anil Hntlsluctlon iib'smeil.
Wei aiei hi'ciniilni; well known for
inn fourteoiiii treatment to euHtomuiB
anil the hlRli-tinnlii of our
WALL PAPERS, LINOLEUMS
AND WINDOW SHADES.
to corner of U11111111.
P. O. Box 834.
MF'G CO,,, Ltd.
' Beer and Wine Dealers.
Kuktil St., Near Nuuan'u.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
' WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
oppoxltc the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT ANI) IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprlttois of the popular
The - Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Root
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa
rllla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peae'v
Chamcanne. Oranoo Chamnanm.. kni.i
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
unu C3QU.1 OCKiailB.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnstead Sill, Boston,
ror lamuy and medical use a specialty,
Drews and Aratfri VAal uv ...
dor. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned.
THERE IS ONLY ONE
Tho ))iiro Juice of the urape
fruit, ciiroonntecl only by
Consolidated Soda Water
Works Co., Ltd.
Sole Agent for Territory of
Inland orders solicited.
601 Fort St. Honolulu.
TEL. 71 MAIN.
Opening Announcement !
All OimIci-h Proniitli' l:Illccl.
HENKY ST. GOAR.
McmbcPH Stock unci Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND UKALCRS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chaso and sale ot Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Storks nvt
103 Cnllfornln St..
Sun Hi-nnclfico, Cut.
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Wo ill Ilny or Sell Ileal Kiitnto In
Ull liaitx of tho kiwi p.
' Wo will Sell Proportion on lli-neon-tthlu
10 WEST KINO STREET.
To Let or Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makai side of Beretanla street
between Plikol and Keaumoku Sts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BO'.D BROKER
REAL ESTATE 'AND
I 402 JUDD BUILDING
Architects, Contractors and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
ITAMQENWALD BCD., HO-iOLllV
J. F. KILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
I. O Dat 16a
Oeo, W. Paso. Tel. 22
P. W. Ucardslce. P. O. Dox 778
BEARDSL.EE 1 PAOE
ArcliltectH nnd ItollilcrH.
Office, Roums 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, II,
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Ciias. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND DUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, al.j
Office and rBiHn- 119 n...... s.
near Government building.
M. F. BERTELMA1V8
IS - MOVUU
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or olllco nt John Nott's store. King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
05 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
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constantly arriving keeps our
establishment always In the
Your neighbor hau told you
about un nnfl If you haven't al
loady bi'Kim to trade with us
you aro wishing yon were.
We will not ndvortlso sugar. '
canned goods or cookies this
week bccaiiBO wo keep every
thing lu tho grocery line, but
tho iniliii'cments wo offer artr
John R. Bergstrom,
PIANO AND ,
ORGAN TUNUR "
Bergstron Mnsic Company
Madame A. Sclioellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
in classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel 8t,
opp. Adventlst Church.
TEL. MAIN ng.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER KINll AND
3AL1F0RNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICB K0U8B GOODS
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