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at 210 KiXg Street, Honolulu,
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WALLACE It. FAHHINOTON... Editor
Entered at tho I'i! Office at Hono
lulu as eocond-clasii matter.
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Per year, anywhere In U. S.... S.00
Per year, postpaid, orelgu 13.00
Payable Imarlably In sdva nee.
Post Offlco Box 718
TUESDAY OCTOI1EII If.. 1901.
Italn falls allkf on the Jimt and un
lust, but somebuu Hamakua and Ko
haul rutnaln betwixt and between
Listen to Thurston s Advertiser
talking about tho horrors of mlsrepie-
Munition. Wouldn't It make )oiii
Weather Prophet Lons promise
rain for the piircneit uisiricts ii
the end of the month. It Is th.it government. I amended December 21, 189S.) has un
to be hoped he rmllrcs what the resl- One example of absolute falsification a( ted that. I
dents of Hawaii will he piepnicd to do. mm furnished jeHleiiln.v when the Ad "Flogging and ull other forms of
lo him If tho promise Is not fulllllcd. I vertlser published this In Its editorial forpoial punishment nn heiehy pro-
columns relative lo lwllel stockade: .I'lblted on board any vessel, mid no
llonolub, baseball phers should do,r "What once existed In the suburb, n lffi
their hats to the Maul pl.itrs In last of this city stood for an attempt to nu- ,. mng,.r or ()lu,r mct.r there-1
wiek's twelve Inning g.inu. A lot ol keep vice out or the meets of Honolulu of who shall vlolato the aforesaid pro.
good material Is being developul In and segieg.ite It at n distance, hut tho visions of this section, or either there
tuts cty nud Wnlliiku that ought to us- 'olmldent sutlun of tlie (iovernor a"-! of, shall be deemed guilty of n mlsdo
suru grcit succiss for nn Interlsland , High Shei Iff of Hawaii nnd of the I'nlt mennor. punishable by Imprisonment
.,!,, cd States Court (Judge Estee) abolish. noMr-s,. than thrco months or moio
i..i the twll.l sinckiidi-" ithnn two M-nrs. Whenever any ollker ,
' I'L, , ,', 1"u,il"u .other than the master of nub esse
The Federal Grand Jtirj. has It within I Ibis statement Is made with a view ,, vlolnto nu provision of tills sec-I
Its rower to run to earth tuo thugs who '" 'adliig the reaJir to believe -that tlou It shall be the dutj of suth mas
bold women as slaves and aie leslion-' ,R e''olng the lwllel stocknde the (lov- ter to surrender siiih ollber to tho
slbte for much of the soclnl ilcgeneracy
of this countr).
i. ..i ii i
II Blllllilll mill' Hi.
Hawaii and Maul are reidv to prx'eid
aluas UI.U.MI..I ... ........... -.. ...v Teirltorv that nny w"u" mllllrc 8lm11 rv8,,lt ln ""' w
Roo,l work "" J" "' ; '! ' H.'ol" J" r, "'" "J po of such ollker. shnll icn.ler said
newspaper should stoop to sneli neth-;nHJHtcl. abIu ,,,, to ,
lTom the report of Forester Hauglu n''8;, ."T VI ' r"'!"'1 1 "" ,'l,,"rl' M loKHto punished by such ofllcor
.. .:".. f..,..,.' "',". m.' f'i talHh...I before tho Dep.ntment of It will t, ,t. Keen the policy of
.. ... . .1 . i. in miuu. mi iiitv in nil i n ii iiinuiu
it uivuini..t.i....i.n.K., ft............ -,.,.,. ... , ,.i,i. un.. II,. .... -I
with reforesting un. is th.it have been ,( ,,. ,IlfrnmU,in t,m"t ,t ,K m)og.. whatever their pursuits In life; and ft ,
burned or denuded It cattle. The as- ,,,,. , ,,,,,, a ,MeMe uy ,. that end the law punishes the itinera'
iilstance asked from the governui"iit U'... ..... ns lh Ali.r,i,,r lo' vessels who Impose any punlsh
comparatlvely small and should bel "ol ""I' "" "" U,P A,lmlflcrment not proscribed or perm...ed by'
nlvrn without hesitation. piesems. the statutes of llie United Stutea; seo
' "" ' ""' lo the charges of In ,ns to punlsliineiitH. sedlon !,..; of tht
roiiiiietciico preferred against (Iovernor Hevlsed Slatutis as umended Decern I
All the Malnlaiiil repoits regarding it0e-H admlnlstiatloii. !ber 21. ISHS. (volume .10, Stntutes i,.1
lwllel have emanated from the Depart i The llrst speclllc charge lodged 'S- I'age HiU); to which our attention i
mint of Justice in Washington. Alii Kn9 ,nt. pole administiatlon was i'-" nll''!. and vvhlcit prescribes the
Thurston has to do to prevent this amde by Victor II Olmstead. lepresen- nd and amount of puiilshment the oi
thing going on Is to appeal to the ,atU). , ,P ,,, ,,(,,ai.met of ro'rtenso'commMfebv
. sldent that he el.her "lire" Allornr, ..nhor. ., ,, American. , ....lie" -"ho' o.erTof0 "shl'p I
General Knox or do iij with tho The (Irst specific Inference of tieach-ennnot go beyond this. I
Federal Department of Justice entirely., rTy t,e ,,art of men whom the Ad- Labor Law Violation. .
vertlser i lasses ns Americans was made Complaint has ulso been made to'
Thurston's newspaper having suf- by I'nlted States Attorney General p.'thls court that tliu labor laws of tho
f.ieit n stinging lehuke for Its mail-, C Knox when he publicly nnd otllclal- J nltil "V-'8 n"J ,1!t-'l"K violated In
clous lampalg,, against Judge Hurn-,.y rebuked L. A. Thurston, owner of S.K SCffil
phies now prottcd to make n whole- the Advertiser. Gencrnl A. S. Hart- ,eniploed by any loiitraetor or buIi-'
sale attack upon the Americans of the' well, president of the II e Association coutiactoi of the I'nlted b.utcs, or l
Tirrltory. Facing sure defeat tho and at one time Mr. Dole's peisonnl who are emplood upon any of 'the.
Id itherskite organ is steadily dropping lepresi utatlve In Washington, and public winks of the United States, Is1
to the deepest depths of political muck ,thlit-tlve other associates of these ' limited to elglit hours u day. and It Is j
' men who Joined In a malicious attack iawiii ior any omeer oi nm uuiteu
A favorite philanthropic ohjeet ui"m Territorial coint and Terrllor. j1 BKVr .HI S.nnl!o
nmung cltlrens of thn Mullilnnd Is tho l"l Judge. If there Is any eauso for ,k ,,,, , vlf,M ,,,. n nny
town clock. Walluku has a timo piece doubting the trcneher.v of these men. mleiidar day, cxeept in case of extia
that Instead of keeping pace with the Perusal of Attorney Geneial Knox's oidlnary emergency: nnd any one who
time's in that progressive community repoit to the 1'iesldcnt Is ml that is re-, Intentionally violates iin piovlslon of
seeks to turn baikward time In ltii 1"lri-l. 'this Act ahnll ho deemed guilty of a
flight. The Wulltiku town clock is u' The men seeking a chaugo in th misdemeanor, and upon conviction
fad commentary on the philanthropic; Terrltoil.il administration are chars.d " ' ;"" ' ' .?".
spirit of Walluku even In a dr sea- ' " o.llchi. organ as being opposed JSlUTnLVrthan slx'Zmhs
son. , to Mnerlcnnlsm or men turning fiom ,, V(lli 8UtH, Ui Si p, ol0 lia8BCll
Truth and Justice shall prevail. If
as Thurston su)s the opponents of the
Dole ndmlnlstinllun are corrupt poll
tifi.ina r..v.iii.tu .....i oinui, minri,i '
,...m.ih,n...,-., i.,t ii i, .,.,...,..1 i... nii
means. Tho assertion has not the
slightest suggestion of fact to
port It, but If proof can ho produced.
let it be produced ns speedily as poa-
It In iinronunnln linlei'il t nil I htm U
not suindtnt grounds within tho ton
tines of tho city to accommodate all
the athletic sports. There oligh( to ho
enough public spirit In this town to
provide grounds for baseball, footbnll
and cricket plajers the car round.
Enthusiasm for good healthful sport ot
any character should never be handi
capped for lack of grounds.
Superintendent iloyd put the situa
tion plainly before the people ot I Illo.
His department Is willing, anxious In
fart to do ull the much needed work In
all districts, but It cannot accomplish
much without funds, and money Is not
to bu had. The necessity for a special
session Is each day coming home to the
people with renewed force. Additional
taxes are far more to be sought than
a itimplete. blockade of all public work.
Hawallan-Ainerlinns wein certain to
learn sooner or Inter that their poli
tical effort Is exercised to tliu best ad
vantage within well established and
generally recognized party Hues. The
farts of American government urc
steadily becoming iccoguUed by n'.
citizens of the Territory and tho time
Is not far distant when tho relics of
foimer times will bo wiped out by
peaceful American progress and popu
Bonn- orKnnli'il effort should hu
made nnd that speedily to Ki-curo Con-
Krcfisloiinl action on Hawnli'H land
lah, Tho arlou Interiiretatlous of tli
pre Bent mgue law nrn a handicap on
the development of tho Territory.
Whut tho Territory needs in utnlilllty
In Its land transactions. The present
condition Is productive only of dehiyi
and In fact Jeopardizes tho Interests of
those who acting In KOOd faith haw
already expended larnn sums of money.
Tho relations between thn rock
crusher and the Insnuo Asylum seems
lo haw: reached a point whore nn In
junction run iilone solve the dlfllculty.
Supcilntendent Ilod hns no money for
moving the crusher und ns n public
officer he Is In duty bound to continue
' tho work of his department without let
. c hindrance on his part. On tho other
band Dr. Slofcgctt In his public capa
city Is bound to see thnt Inmates of
tho asylum aie not subjected to sur
roundings Inimical to their w!fsr.
The courts may well be called upon In
, the capacity of arbitrators.
bOUItJfc OIJ I'ALttE 8TATI1
MI1NTH. The storks told arc mainly fnlne;
the ItiftrcnrcK arc tint the men who
made It possible for the American flag
to wao ocr Hawaii, have somehow
been licjcherous, now that they hate
won their point, to principles for
nhlch, durluK nve'lirillnim cnrH, they
risked their llcs anil property, Tim
men who make these charges were m,))rlat,m nml purposes are hereby
either then In hostile array against I ,ierared Mini; and whoever shall
Americanism on this soil or thi-y were 'Knowingly nnd wlltully Import or cause
3i' the mainland uniting for a chnncivnny linpoit&tlou of women Into tun
to do politics In some distant plare United Stnles for the purpose of pros
wheie they were unknown and where ' ,l,t,'tl'" ,r '"" knowingly or wlirul
Hi. v nilirhl make 11 new start The '' ,l1'1 or ntlenipt to hold nny woman
r 1. 1 1 ."" ,1 '"f t.j BU.h purpose. In pursunnco of such
Tentorial administration which k,R1, ,,11)ortIl,on, nm, c0lUrn(t, nnd
stands between tlirm nnd the spoils, lRr,.t.m,.11( Hinll be deemed guilty of
titty hate and fiar. but It Is the kind n felony nnd on lomlction thereof
of an administration which Theodore whnll be Impilsoncd not exceeding live
Itoosevelt, were be n iltlicn of Hawaii, caro nnil pay a fln,o of not exceeding
urintil xntinnrt with vnlo unit cnlep. $UH1.
l'nclfle Commercial Advertiser. I
Many of the stoiles circulated on tho
Mainland regarding Hawaii have been'
ind are falRe No more niagnlflcent
example inn be furnished than tho
wholesale londemniitlon and malicious
lllflcutiuti of Judge ttumphrejs haw
1,1 It Kouno among the friends and
Its amino nniotiK the friends and
owes of the Dole government nnd
... . . , . . , . . ...
era ted. reechoed mid upheld by the
ii lldiiH lli. .(ills un, niilii.l iimnn nr
Ailwunser. llie iltll) uciepieil organ ofUiui of the Iteilsed Ktntiiti's na
"V''1 "'"1 '"K" s,1r'IT "operated
wiui .iiiiisn r.sice. n is is a n.i 11 ra si-
iiaiion. sri raw in inn ah io uisiziirr
table tiewspipeis of the Slates ohtaln-
un' .iiiiiiiuiiiu lu (ill pontics wnete tnej
. ' iir utiL ii.iu n
This i hnrgn Is iiliothei absoluto falsi
, Heat Ion. The leadeis lu the dcmatul
'"r a ibiiiigi' die men from tlio rank
d Illo of the ntinexiitloii inoveiui nt. ' ,
Thoy f""Kl" f."r '""" v,tl"" to K" uln
i ii-ii'ii" v, iiifin itiiiiis si'uiiv; niv i ini-
sup-i",e' l"ogrcsslve Aniciltan govern- Gentlemen, when uu have finished
' mrnt ln """"I1' 'iovcinor Dole has1 jinn labms ou will submit n llnal n
vn them the mine old oligarchy. Of pint lu wilting, stating In detail what
i those ulio came heie after anntxatlon P"" l'v" dune; and from t)mu to time
in,,, most proniliient arc men of good ou can report to this eourt nny Indict-
Kllllliltni- 111 III. i.lllra ni,,l luuim frni.i I HIl'lltH fOlllltl 011(1 llllllct int'lltS IgllOrcd
SIltlKllng 111 tile cities Ullll towns Irnill . , ..." , "
which they came and furthermore uie
life long Hepuhllcans. The chaige that
the Dole adinlntstintlon stands be
tween these men and political spoilt
Is beneath contempt
Hut the worst feature of the whole
defense Is the nsseitlon that Thcodoro
Roosevelt "were ho a citizen of Ha
waii" would support the Dole follow
wall "with luart and voice.'
Would Theodore Moosevelt suppnit a
government or men behind a govern
ment, that brought out such a report
rs Victor Olmstead's?
Would Thcodoio Iloosevelt support a
, ... ,.. I..I.I.,., '.
trm ririiiimnt o- niiin Imlilti.l n ! nn
met. melting such a rebuke as that
given by Attorney General KnorV
God forbid. The career of Theodore
Iloosevelt. coupled with the leport of
r.v,i.,r,,i in,i..i. n..i f.. I..i i.
.. .........a .,., .,.,., iiiiiiiu u
vestlgatlnn, answers the
promptly nnd positively.
JUDGE ESTEE CHARGES THE FE -
DERAL GRAND JURY TO IN
(Continued fiom jiuiie 1.)
aetilKtunco or the Afoilutunt United
State's District Altoiuuy, the lllsli
snurirr or tlie Tenlloiy, nnd tliu li
n"o "&,reni oV'iax ,nu l"
Tho toiii t Iipiu reinluda J on that the
Thlitceutli Amvndmciit to thn Coiuti
i tixtloii ol tho United Htntns iiicscrlhea
"That neither tduwry nor Invnlun
tary seiUtodc-, except as u piiulHlime-nt
lor cilmi), wbeieof the pnity ahull haw
Iippii duly (mulcted, shnll rxlHt within
tho United Stales or nny plum hiiIi
Jort to their jurlsdhtloii."
Sp also tliu Act of ConKrom ot
Juno a, IS74. entitled "n Act to
protect persons of foielRii blith I ealn .t
orcllile tuiibiialnt or involuntiiry sri'
vltudu, which reada lu part is t uion's'
'. Whonvei shall lun.iMly
and wilfully sell or eiiuso to tin sold
Into any condition of Imoluutary ser
vitude nny other puison for nnv term
whatever, and nveiy peison who shall
1-nowInKly and willull) hold to luwil
untiuy sorlco any person so sold or
bought, shttll ho deemed guilty of u
ielony and on conviction thuieof ho Im
prisoned lor a term not cixcepdlng five
'emu and pay u lino not exceeding
"That awry person who shall bo op
"esbory to any of tho felonies herein
Jtrlared, either before or after the
feet, shall be deemed guilty of a fcl-
RVKNINfl ntTLLhTIN. HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY, OCTOUKR 15, 1901.
on), nnd on couWcllon thereof, bu im
prisoned for a term not exceeding flvn
cara and pay a fltio not exceeding
Whllo It Is further proildud by tho
Ions or tliu United States (Act of
March ), 1875,) In part as follows:
"Section 3. That tho Importation
Into the United States of women for
the purposes of ptostltutioti Is hereby
forbidden: mid all contracts nnd nisrcH.
rnutits In iclatlou thereto made In ad-
1 nli111 if In liiipmintinfl rtt Dllnli llfnryrtl
.. Offenses on Hlflh 8eas,
' (kntlcmcn of tho (Irand Jury, there
Is another nuestlou or serious Impor-
,..., ,..,. nm.. rnmn .,,,. vnl. ' ,,
tmt Is the Investigation of orfenscs I
.committed upon the high Bens. It Is
the spirit nnd soul of the law that tho
deck of an American ship shall be ni
,,n'" ""J ,0'",r'1 ,no cata '? n
"'" "' '"" """r ui uiu hum um
nin n an.l to the tollers on tho sboic.l
and lor that purpose tno Congress of
. Unlu,(, stAt.-H lm oim tcul (section,
..... ... .... '
proper authorities, as soon as pi aetl;
Any tnllure upon tho pait of
mastct to (omply herewun.
Amurlcnn law- Is to protect nil of our
citizens wnerever tney may bo ami
August 1. 18112.)
If tills statute is being violated, )oi
are to feiret out the fncts nnd under
tho ndvlee of the Assistant United
States Dlsluet Altoinc, tnko kik.1i
steps as uiu netessaiy to malntaju the
litw mid iMiiteii tile riwr.t'ii (iKililiiil
when' the pintles are already under
airest. Hut In all cases vvhero joii
have eouslileied n matter against a
party not under uriest and'Ignnrcd tho
charges, ou will not locution that par
ty's name In your ieKirt,
I hcieby appoint J. II. Atherton jour
foreman, and you will select your own
secietary. ESTEE. Judge
October Hth, ll'Ol.
BT. PAUL IK 8'NKINC
Much anxiety has been caused In
London by the discovery ' that the
1 'i, ' ' . . V V
sinking and that the great structure
" ' n'il '".""I "''"Som-
,a, ., ""-'"" "" ' "" '""'"
of S!' """ ,', '" .S&T"1 "P '""i"!1-
"""'n X' I. .,. ,m!tt"iM ' nt
resting upon tho eight pleia upholding
,. .i,, !,.. ......., ,. ...,., I .
m..- .iuiiiv mub i-uuot:ii llU lUUIIUHClUIin
under the ilnnin to settle more than
elsewhere. Thn settlement thus cnus-
' ed has bioker. tlie eight jrches and ilio
i windows of the eleiestory over them
in too nnvii or tho choir and the north
nnd sniitli triniKi itn. nliern they nlmt
on the ilnnie jdeu In tho wimo av.
"Tim wry xient weight of thn es
teiii tnworn Iiiih enusi'il tliciii to sink,
and In slnKliiK thiy haw crai-keil the
wtHt front rerlliiill) through the Krent
door, tho ulnitnuH nlmr and the vault
ed cellliii? of Dip portico. They !me
ir r;.V'" -" nf th ',","", ,n
After mentioning the unequal distri
bution of weight as a eiiiifn of tho set-!
tlenieut, Sir, Cliiike expressed tliu npln-l
Inn thnt the two underground rallunjgi
and tliu largo sowers have affected thn I
foundations', lie laid pnrtlculai strep (
upon the vibrations resulting from
For Sale at a Sacrifice!
LOT 50I50 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OI'PICK LANE. -
BRADLEV and HUBBARD 3
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Thrs! g'ods vvrre ordered from advance
sheets ol the .atalo ue of the above manu.'
factur- r, and ate the latest In dtsln and
Call early and make your selections.
In addl'lon to Ii? 10000 feet of harden
Hme Ittely recciv ed. the Emil F. Whit
nev" braulit us lo.tcxj ft. mete, making
TwnNTV thousand pcivr.
We have all gride?, and our prices are
lower than ever g.oted In this mirket.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
If You Want To Get The Greatest Value
For Your Money Buy
Light and Heavy
Spring - Wagons,
Etc., Blc. - - -
of Q SCHLWAN, LTD. The best line of goods on the
Islands. Agents for the famous St udt baker Vehicles.
KELLY-SPRINOFini-D TIRES put on at the-lowest Inures
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Merchant Btrcct, between Fort unit AluUcu.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate of Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, iqoo.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
CHAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD,
I !2S Merchant Ht., next to 8tuncnwrild Building.
Hut's hat we believe of tlie Icuitiful new Mock of ART
NOUVI: U PAPERS v,hich w w ill receive on " M.tmecla." We
will not try to et It, but inst :ul will .sell tlH'in at astonisliinc low
liUUies. USEST PAI'.RS KVnK S5F.N IN' 1IONOI.UI.U. CALL AND
Stir. TUB SAMl'LKS. : : : : : : :
WALL PAPERS, LINOLEUMS anJ WINI ()V SHADES, at
ISerctnntii Ht next
'Phone Main 358.
II7U Itlver Street.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orelers promptly nttcndVcl to.
Only competent help employeil.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner,
Tel. Blue S4I. P. O. Box 978.
to corner of Ilinnin
P. 0. Box 83d.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Hot. Ilcrctnnlii nml Piiiiulil.
Deer and Wine Dealer.
Kuk.il SU Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE .MERCHANTS.
225 Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
opprmltc the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN HOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also priprlrtois of the popular
The - Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Qlnger Deer, Birch Beer, Hire's Rcot
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raapberry, Strawberry, Sariapa
rlll.1, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ate, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.i
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
ana Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Water Carlibad, Con
grett, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnstead 8111, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, 60c per
doz. Distilled Water in 3-gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned.
THERE IS ONLY ONE
Tho puro Jnlce of the crape
fruit, cmuonnteil only by
Consolidated Soda Water
.Works Co., Ltd.
Solo Afietnt for Territory of
lslinil onion sollcitocl.
601 Fort St. Honolulu.
TEL. 71 MAIN.
All Oi-clci-s Promptly Hilled.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
McinberH Htock unci Kond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chose and sale of Hawaiian 8uga;.
Eastern and Foreign Stocks ano
403 California St.,
Stin Frunclsco, Cnl.
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Wo will iluy or Sell Renl Estate lu
all paitit of the group.
Wo will Sell Properties ou Kenton
10 WEST KING STREET.
To Let oi Lease
A Fine House aud Lot
on the makal side of Beretanla street
between Pllkoi and Keaumoku OU.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BG"D BROKER
REM ESTATE AD
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architects, Contraetora and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
STANOenWALU BID ,
V. HOFFMANN. J- F. RILEY
Hoffman & Riley
Estimate I urnUhei
P. O. Boi 160
Geo. V. Page.
P. W. Ucanlslee.
P. O. Box 778
BEARDSLEE fc PAOE
ArchltectH and Uulldcpn.
Omce, Hooir.B 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur.
nlshed on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lilmber and Coal.
Allen S: RoblnHon,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly nttendeit to.
Mr, Chas.. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick nml wno.lon bullilltiKg, alba
Office and residence, 312 Queen fit,
near Government building.
M. R. BEMTELMAN'S
18 - mov no
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King sttcet. Orders left at either shop
or omco at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
6 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
P O. BOXytl.
TEI WHITt y
Lidlri' f kin cleancJ. Clothing
cltnej, 41 and repatrei.
SulU mi U loo 4er,
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For tTMt, ntar Kukul, an4
nar Orprum TbtJttr
Pfli: Cltnla( on suit, ?jc
Dytlng mil St t
constantly arriving keeps our
establishment always In the ., 'y
Your neighbor has -told ou
about us unO if you haven't al
ready begun to trade with us
you are wtshlug ou Here.
We will not advertise sugar,
canned goods or cookies this
week beeauso wo keep every
thing in tho grocery Hue, but
tho Inducements no offer nru
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Company ,
Madame A. Schoellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
In claisei or private leitom.
Residence Extension of Hotel St.,
opp. Adventlst Church.
TEL. MAIN i.g )
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER KIM! AND
ALAKCA bTRILTS, ,
JAL1F0RNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS'-
ICP HOU8B COOD8
Rtctlvrt by I 'wv Stetan .
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