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t 210 King Street. Honolulu,
T. 1!.. by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO, LTD.
1VALLAC13 II. FAKIUNCITON... Editor
Entered at the, l'et Office at Hono
lulu as Becond-clasw matter.
Per month, anjnhere lu V. 3....$ .75
Per year, anywhere In U. 8.... 8.00
Pr year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
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NOVKMIIEK 4, 1901.
Thi rlillrnloiiie and tile mtbllmc.' will
bo pnactrd next Saturday with the Im-j
mortal "thlrtecn" wcupjIhr the'
boirdie during the daj and the Nulll
urnnon optnlns In the earning .
Dlwumlem of the rraon for the (all-1
lire of the Walluku reservoir .ire Inter-
alina; nnj iniruiue mil n.u win
people- of .Maul are more dlre-ctl In
ti rented In In the promulgation of wajs
and means to put the rermolr In
Report of the Walluku iliurch an I
i hurt h clock luiu glw' promt!.' that
the! the residents of the progressive
Maul town will not long lie (oried
to UtnesR u dall) exhibition that hui;
MM a fale Impression of being be
hind the time.
The r.indldac) of joung Kwnllko In
the Hllo district wtiii! to follow an
Idea not without precedent In Con
grennlonal politics. When Congressman
Crisp died the people of his dlstrlt t
cent hi son, a ery joung mun, to
complete the unexpired term of his fa
ther. The baseball enthusiasm has rent lied
Hllo and Judging from the manner In
which young uun are responding Hllo
will by no means be bast though It
comes last In this instance. It ought
to be possible In the near future to ar
range for an Inter-Island series that
will be superior to nnj Inter-Island
Same of previous jears .
The curri nt Issue of The Friend, by
Its failure to furtlii r discuss politics
and offer amusing i xplanatlons, shows
that the Rev. 8. K Hhhop, like Ttiur-f
ton has come to the wise i (inclusion of
discretion being the btttei part o(
valor Bishop' attempts at explana
tion only made a bad matter worse so
far as the Governor Is concerned
The sintlmcnth of the Hume Utile
Republican, the latest addition to tlm
newspapers o( the Territory Indicate
that the Itcpublican party Is steadily
raining stnngth lu a wn that offcra
no cr.imbs of comfort to the Thuraton
Dole ring which has over been active
In Its endeavors to sidetrack Hawaiian-Americans
In political counsels.
Secretary Rage lu the courte of an
address delivered in Denver said that
It he could secure twenty young men
properly equipped, he could find them
positions nt 125,000 a jeir each. It
was a large gathering but from thj
number present there was none capa
ble to respond with the proper equip
ment and accept the offer. The oppor
tunities for young men wero nevet
bitter than today, but It is the old
storv that comparatively few glvei that
strict attention to business which will
tK'Ciirn positions of trust at high
It is hlglilj gratifying to note; that
the Japanese laborers now coming to
the Terrltorj appear to be of a much
higher order, morally nnd ph)slc-allv
than those who came under fhe con
tract svstcm. The report from appar
e ntly reliable sources that the Japan
ese Government Is exercising Its In-1
tluence to prevent thei emigration of
the Joro class of women and of mm!
who live on their earnings gives prom
ise that one of the great social prob
le ms of the Te rrltory Is recelv Ing care
ful attention in quarters where most
effective measures can be enforced. Al
though Hawaii has had troubles with
out number with the Japanese Gov
ernment, now that all diplomatic af
fairs In which we are interested are
conducted b capable men In Washing
ton tho prospect for future dirfleultle
is decidedly small.
The Bulletin Is Impressed with the
Importance of an extra scbslon of the
Legislature. Tho most cumbersome.
Inefficient anil expensive Territorial
government In tho world Is without
means, and our e'stcemed contemporary j
sees no way out of tho dilemma hut In
an extra session to provide money to
continue the folly of an oligarch) liv
ing uway In1 mill Its means. To the
Volcano there Is a better remedy. It
Is the removal of Governor Dole and
tho Introduction of an American gov
ernment In Hawaii. We have an Am
erican President, why not havo an
American Governor Sundav Volcano.
Goodness knows that an American
Governor put In office will do more to
solve tho many Territorial pioblcmu
than anything that can be done. Hut
during the time President Ronsetclt Is
forming his opinions on tho local situ
ation In his own vvn, there Is no good
reason why the Territorial trensury
should remain In a state of practical
Tim FINANCIAL BLOCKADK.
The Anglican Church Chronicle call)
Its newspaper brethren to account In
tlKLO terms. "We were hoping that
our local contemporaries would selzu
on a glaring piece of folly mcntlone d In
' our October Usue, whereb) upwards of
three hundred yuung ehlldicn are suf
fering injustice dally, nnd assist liv
those flaming head lines by which they
rouse tho feelings of people, to make
a speedy cud of the Iniquity. We refer
to the Aula waruchnuso used as a
school house. Hut all with one consent
let It (severely alone. Tho whole of
their energy was thrown Into their
sympathy for the poor Inmatrs of the
lunatic as) Him. they had none to sp-iro
for thnso who were suffering, not only
(roil din but dust and bad odors, with
out the nllcWntlon which Insanity
There ean be no doubt Mat the Aala
warehouse school stands equally lil
need of nttentlon ns the Inmates of the
lunatic nsjliim The fact Is the Terri
torial administration Is so thoroughly
Incapable of fulfilling the demnndi
made upon all departments that It Is
difficult to know what end to begin t.
Every suggestion (or Improvement It
met with "We have no monc" and
there ean be no doubt department offl
eer are speaking with the unquestion
ed truth of the (losjel. What Is true of
the Aula si boolhouse, and the asy
lum Is true of a thousand and one do
tails coming under the ndmtnlstration
of the Department of I'uoiic Works.
Superintendent llod has been more
successful than his associates In
scheming how to cut a three inn! suit
from a nrd of cloth, but the work of
his department Is fenrfu.ly handicap
ped b the. shortage of funds.
While Mr Ilod has succeeded In
securing advance from private citi
zens, the Territorial administration a
a whole cannot beg. borrow and eer
tnlnlj not steal money with which to
meet the demands made upon It.
There Is a way out of the dirflctiltv
The Tirrltorj inn borrow If grant i'
the nccis,ir authority from thi
. Legislature The Terrltor ean secure
the funds, but tliu far the Governor
lefuscs to tall on and work with in--
Legislature With a blockule of su u
il ch.irnitei In the pnthvv.iv of Terri
torial progress, what ian the Anglican
Church Chronicle expect In the way of
JUDGE GEAR FIXES
WAGES FOR NURSING
Claim of San Francisco De Sa for
Four Dollars a Day Cut
in Half-Horse Hire
.Indite- Oenr rendered a written dei I-
slon In the case of Franclrto de S.i vs,
J S Azevedo, administrator. 1'l.ilu-
HIT claimed $U, three dolhrs of whuli
was for hire of a horse and $lli; for
nursing the intestate during his list
i'liiess No evidence was glcn as to
rite of pay agreed on fur nursing, and
the court awards what It considers I hit
reasonable figure of $2 a chy, which fo:
90 elajs makes $38, and Judgment for
this amount with costs and Interest, Is
given plaintiff, there hnlng been no
evidence as to horse hire-.
I Baltimore American.
The Government's report Just pub
lishid tells us that nearly a half mil
Hon Immigrants entered the port of
New York during the past year, and
that all of them were not dcslrablo
cither. This report offers an oppor
tune reason for tho revival of discus
slon on the subject of immigration.
Tbcre- is no sense in beating the wind
oi haggling over the matter any lon
ger. A collision with stern facts tells
us that our present Iowb need some
radical amendments. It Is imperative,
therefore, 'iiat tho public should tnkci
up the subject for matuic and un
prejudiced study; and It Is tlmo that
statesmen wore made to faco the pi oh
lum without evuslon or ambiguity.
Their is every reason now ior a bold,
clear-cut, and decisive) stand, emu in
which tho lawmakers should he com
pelled to pa moio attention to tho
welfare of tho country Instead of be
ing so ntteutlvei to the eontlllntlon of
the foreign vote.
All ngren that while the good must
bo admitted, the bad must be barred
from our shore's. And jet timid
statesmanship litiH stood between the
crying need and Its practical remedy.
Partv politics, In Its wild hunt for
votes, makes tho problem of Immlgra
Hon onei of oratorical rant. Congres
sional leaders seem to bo afraid of It
Each one fearB that nn attempt at re
striction will alienate some portion of
the foreign vote. For that icason all
bewail the prevalence of Harmful lax
It y, and, jet, each one waits for soma
one oIbc to take the Initiative.
Facts have lon slneo demonstrated
that anarchism nnd tho worst phase?
of socialism are fed by the poison
brought here from foreign lands. This
Is not Intended to Include the desir
able elements of foreigners. Expert
cuco has alieady too distinctly proved
tuo value of foreign blood for any ono
to find fault with Immigration In Ur
entirety. Nor Is theio nny puiposn
10 suggest mo stoppage or tlieso addl
tluns vvhle h will nilil to tho advance
ment of our country's nffnlrs. Such
immigrants ns thesu nru desirable, and
should be encouraged to como.
In our anxiety, however, to recelvn
tho lualn nnd Industry ot foielgn lands
there Is uo reason why wo should nisei
ndmlt the pestilences: In fact. It Is
criminal negllgcncu foi us to do so
We are a government of free people,
and no elements should bit admitted
here which will In nny way handicap
our social development or Intel fore
with our governmental stability. Mor
al degeneracy of natlvo birth Is
enough lor us to handle, without hav
ing thu rascality of other nations
dumped on our shun s. Hence, tho
Imperativeness of stopping It at once.
Let Kuropij tnko tare of her own tur
bulent spirits If her men of brain,
muscle, ami moral Integrity chooio to
tome, they should be welcomed cor
dlalls, because they will Improve) us
by their energies. Hut the worthiest!,
and discontented sons ot moral obllqul
ej uiu objectionable at all times. It
.natters not whethei they be members
ot some anarchist propaganda or nitre
ly the off scouring ot Europe.
Nicholas II Is a voracious reader,
and, unlllco his predecessor on tho
thiouo of Itiissln, a man of Catholic lit
erary tastes That taste Is nut, how.
over, nlvvnjs of tho best. Jules Verno
Is his favorite author, but he Is also
very fond of Scott, Kipling and Stov
enson. Notice to passengers for inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co , Ltd. uppears
under New Today.
WEDDING AND HOLIDAY
Personally Selected in Europe
Jutt arrived and being placed on
our shelves dally, CHINA, MA
JOLICA, BOHEMIAN, GLASS,
METAL, TERRA COTTA WARES,
STATUARY, ETC. Choice new
stock of FINE CUT GLASS.
Selections may be reserved for
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate ot Prize Winner, Paris t:po3ition, 1900
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
CliAS. F. HERRICK
135 Merchant St., next
The best for the ica.t money
1178 River Street.
-A m 1
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Blue S4I.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Great Reduction in Prices
h.ivinc made hri;e additions to our machinery, we are
now able 10 launder
spreads, sheets, pillowslips,
table cloths, - table napkins,
and towels ::::::::
at the rate of 25 cents ptr elozen, CHHh satis
factory work and prompt ileln erv ynarantted. no fi-.ir of
clothing bcinc lost from strike . w invite inspection of our
laundry and methods at any titm during business hours.
Ring Up Main 73
and our wauons will call for your work.
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to Stonjicnvvnld Building.
UII 1 11c
fur tridc, bv handling
tride bringing ki"Js !
the vv.iv we conduct
tint part of eur Nisi
urss. in Wall Paper, Linoleums, Etc.
Ucrctiintii St., next to corner of Limiiii
P. O. Box 834. 'Phone Main 358.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Bet. Bcrctnnlo and Pnunhl.
P. O. Box 078.
Will bo received at the oHIco of the
Superintendent of l'ubllc Works until
Wednesday, November 6th, 1901, at
130 p. m, for furnishing to tho De
partment of Public Works the follow
ing supplies In quantities ns required
ftom time to tlmo, during the term of
seven months, from December 1st.
I'JOl, to Juno 30th. "90J.
SCHEDULE OF ARTICLES
Required by the Bureau of Public
Work, for the Term of 8lx Month.
Commencing December 1st, 1901.
Iteel Drlcks, per M.
California Mine, per 5 bbl. lots
Portland Cement, per 10 bid. lot
Nor'weit, per M feet.
Hough Merrhantnbie, lxC, to 0x8, not
over 32 feet long.
Hough Merchantable, over 12 Indies
nldo, or over 32 ft. long.
Hough Meiihatituhli', 1x3, 1 !i and
Hough Timber, KxlO and over.
Holertrd Stock, ndvnnio eivi't ubove
Tongued nnd (Irooved, IMS.
Tongiled at.d (Irooved, Ivt, I Ixl,
Hustle nnd Double lap Siding.
Clear, surfacid one side, slash ginln
Clenr, surfnii'd one side, vertical
Clear, surfaced one side, ste-ppltig.
Pickets, rough pointed board nieas
tre. OnK Plnnk, 2 to 4 Inch.
Redwood, per M feet.
Hough Unite ns. 1 22. and 3.
Clear, surfaced one side, up to IS In.
Clear, siirfiui'il one side, over IS In
Tongued nnd (Irooved.
Hustle nnd Clapboards
II. It. Tits.
Spruce, per M feet.
Clear, surfund one side, 12 nnd 14
Clear, surfaced one side-, in nnd It
Shingles, per M.
Cellar, sawn, C 2.
Coilur. sawn, i.
Laths, per bundle.
I ft. 1 10 to bundlu.
C ft. r.O to bundlu.
t rt. .'0 to bundle.
Cut Nallt per Ke g, Cd.
Cut NbIIh, per ke g, Sd.
Cut Nails, per Keg, lod.
Cut Nails, per keg. 12d.
Cut Nails, per keg, 20d.
Cut Nails, per Keg. UOd.
Cut Nail 8, per keg, -tod.
Cut Nalls.pcr lii'g, cOd
Wile Nnlla.per Keg. Bel
Wlie Nalls.per keg. M.
Wire Nnlls.pi'r Keg, lOd
Wire Nulls, per keg, 12d
Win- Nulls, per ke-g 20d.
Wile Nails, per keg. 3d
Win Nulls, per ki'g, tod.
Wlro NhIIk. per ke g, cud,
Utlvnnlzed Nulls, p. i keg. i,il
(lalvaulzid Nulls, pr ki'g, fcd.
(ttlvanlzcil Nails, t r keg. lOd
(nlvanlzed Nails, pu kig, 2el
Galvanized Nulls, pit keg, 2Ur
(iuhnnlzid Nulls, per keg. 3ud.
(leeltanlzed Nails, per keg, id.
Galvanised .Nails, per kig, COd.
Spikes, galvanized, per keg. I In,
Spikes, galvanized, pci keg, S In.
Spikes, galvanized, pe-r keg, r, In.
Spikes, galvanized, pi r keg, 7 In.
Iron and Steel.
liar Steed, per lb.
Dar lion, per lb.
Noivvaj lion, pel lb
Octagon Steel, 7-t, In, per lb
Octagon Steel, 1 In., per lb
Octagon Steel, 1 1-4 In., per lb
Oclngon Steel, 1 J 8 iu . pe-i It..
Clovvbsis, per lb.
Kline lletv Cnstlrou Hull Pipe, 2. 3
Slid 4 in, pir It,
Extra ll(.i) Cnstlrou Soil Pipe I'll
tings, 2, ;: mid 4 In.
Standard Custliun Soil Pipe, 2, 3 utid
I In . pel ft
Standard Cnstlron Soil Pipe I'lttlugs.
i. 3 and I In.
Galvanized Water Pipe 12 In.
pi I ft.
GnlvuuUid Wntei Pipe, .11 In.,
GiilvnnUecl Wutur Pipe, I In, per ft.
Galvanized Wuter Pipe, 1 12 In.
pe r ft.
GnUunlzed Wuler Pipe. 2 In. per ft.
Galvanized Water Pipe, 3 In. per ft.
Galvanized Water Pipe Plltlugs, 1 2,
8 4. 1. 1 1-2. 2. 3 In.
Corporation Stop Coeks, 1-2, 3 8, 2 I
and 1 In.
Canlagu Jtoltb. per lent off (prim
per cent on (ptlio
Copper Hlvete, per lb.
CeimpoHltior. Nulls, ptr lb.
Yellow Metal. 1C oz . per lb
Yellow Metal, 20 o per lb,
CnrrugafLd Iron, Nn 24 gauge, per
Corrugated lion. No 20 gauge, per
Lead Uiuded Nails, per lb.
Screws and Lend Washers, per lb.
Anchors, per lb.
Chain Cable, per lb , size 3 4 to 2
Galvanized Steel Wlro Cable, per lb.
Manila Hope, per lb.
Mill Kilos, per doz, 12 In.
Mill Kites, per doz., It In.
Mill Klles, per doz., Ifi In.
Files, flat basted, per doz., 12 In.
Files, flat basted, per doz, 14 lu.
Kilos, tint-basted, per doz., Ifi lu
Hasps, per doz, 12 in.
Ilnsps, per doz, 14 lu.
Rasps, per doz., 1G in.
Wheelbarrows, all Iron, cncli.
WheelbnrrowH, Iron tray, each.
Wheelbarrows, wooden tray, Iron
Shovels, Ames' I.. II., per dozen.
Shovels, Ames' S( oop. No. 3, per elor
Shovels, Amos' I), per dozen.
Handles for saino. Scoop, per doz.
Handles for same, U II.. per dor.
Handles for same. D, per doz.
Picks, Hunts,. per dozen.
Picks,, Iron City, per dozen.
Handles for same, Hunts, per dozen.
Handles for same. Iron City, per doz.
Mattocks, Iron City, per dozen.
Ax Handles, per dozen.
Planters' Hoes, per doen.
Hnndles for same, per dozen
Hammers, Sledge, per lb.
Hammers, Stone, per lb,
Handles for smite, Sledge, per dozen.
Handles for same, Mono, per doen.
l.nnteniB, Dletz Tubular No. 0, per
Globes for same, Ited. pot dozen.
Globe s for suini', White, per dozen.
Mason's Trowels, eaeh,
Mortnr Hoes, e-nrb.
Paint llrushes. Admits' flat, 4, ) nnd
0 In., per dozen
Whitewash llrushes, 0 nnd S Inch,
pi i dozen.
Dandy llrushes, host quality, per
, llronms. Push, II In., glued hack, per
Gardi n I lone, per ft. lengths
Steam Hose'. per .In ft. lengths.
Mops, pit dozen.
Mop Handles, per dozen.
Hattan for llrooms, per bundle.
No. 1 Mill llrooms. per dozen.
Ilrllllnut Shine, pel ease of 2 dozen
Paints and . ..
Prince's l)r Metallic, pel Ih
P A. II. per gallon.
Mogul, per gallon.
Peerless, per gallon.
Hulled Linseed Oil, pel gallon.
Litharge, per gallon.
Turpentine, per gallon.
White Le-nd, per lb.
Ited Li ad, pel lb.
White- Zinc pot lb
Putty, pi r lb
Coal Tar. pi r bbl
Cnrliorllneum, per bbl., per Z gallon
3 knot Tar lliusb
2 knot Tur llrush
Ketoselie Oil, per ease (llrand).
Djnnmo Wnste. per lb. (Kind).
Sheet Hubber Packing, per lb.
Amazon Packing, nil sizes, per lh.
Square Kla lied Core Packing, nil
sizes, per lb.
Harness, Leather and Findings.
Head Stalls, each.
Collar Pads, per dozen pairs (best
Collar Caps with zinc, per dozen.
Cart Saddles, each.
Haines, per nozen pairs.
Horse Collars, C. C. e-aeh.
Horse Collars. II. T e'utii.
Hoise Illankits, No. 1. per dozen
Ncatsfoot Oil, gallon.
I'inzoi s AMo Giease, pel dozen
No. I lliiiuess l.eailur, per lh
Late I.iathei, pel loot.
Lubricating and Machine OH.
'I topic (')llndu Oil. per gallon Ibbl
Tmpli Machine Oil, per gallon (bbl.
C'j lliuli'i Yiilvelliie Oil, per gnllon
Cylinder Oil. 1.00 W, rer gallon.
laud Oil No. 1.
Hod Knglnu OH.
Cj Under OH, Foil Douglns.
Cylinder Oil, fioo M.
Mineral Castor OIL
Haw Castor OH.
Tallow, per lb. (tub lots).
Giaphlte. per 5 lb. tins.
Powder and Fuse.
Iliad. Illastlng Povvder. per 2 lb
drums (25 euse lots).
No. 1 Hercules, Go lb. enses ffju inhe
No 2 Hen uli s, 10 uixc lots.
No. 2 Hellenics, 20 ease lots
No. 2 Heieiiles, 100 i use lots.
Low Povvder, pel uO lb. euse, I2.i to
fiO ease lots),
Giant Powdei ( ups, per dozen boxes.
I'lise, double tape, pi-i case of CUOO
I'lc t trie Prime is S and lu ft,, per
Hay and Grain.
New Zealand Oats, per lb.
Callloiula Wheat Hay, laigo bales,
California Wheat Hay. small bales,
pi r ll.
No. 1 Hulled Doric), per lb.
No. 1 Stiipilsu Oats, per lb.
Wheat Urun, per lb.
Oat liny, per lb.
Iloihe mid Mulct Shoeing, per set
of I shoes (Hon. Huud Dopt., Gatbago
Dipt., and Water Woika Dopt.)
Hoiso Shoeing, per set of 1 shuos.
(Hon. rim Dcpt.)
Australian Co.il in ton lots,
eied to Asjluni, Wjlllei nnu
Austialinn Coal, 6 nnd 10 ton lots,
ddlveied to Sewer Pumping Station.
Aitstiallan Coal, .1 und 10 ton lots,
dullveied to Iwllel t.uuudiy.
Austiullan Coal, 5 and 10 Ion lots,
delivered to Government Stables,
Australian Coal, 5 nnd 10 ton lots,
delivered to Tug Kleti nt Wharf.
Departure Hay Coal, 10 tons lots.
dillveied to Asjlitm, Wylllo and Ma
Departute Hay Coal, S nnd 10 ton
lots, delivered to Sewer Pumping Stn
Depnrtuie Hay Coal, 5 and 10 (on
lots, dellveri'd to Iwllel Lnundry.
Depart me Hay Coal, " and 10 Ion
lots, delivered to Government Stables
Departute Hay Coal, ." nnd 10 ton
lets, delivered to Tug j.lou nt Wharf
lilac ksmlth's llest Cumberland Coal
per ton, delivered to Government Sta
blis mid Government Shops.
Electric Light Department.
Thomson Houston Cnrbous, 1-2x12
copper coated, per fiOOO.
Thomson Houston Catbons. 1-2x7
topper eoati'd. per COOO.
Ginphlte Paint, per gallon tins,
lllds must bo In neeordnnto with the
tibeivo schedule and must be endorsed '
'Tenders of Supplies. Depaitment or
Public. Works," and nil supplies must
be ilellveied nt the point required
within one mile of the postofflce, ex
icpt ns siee Uli d In schedule, free of
Ilonds will be lequlieil In such rens
unable sum ns may be fixed by the
Superintendent of Public Works, foi
the riirnlshlug In accordance with the
tondei. or such Items In tho schedule
nt may be aw aided.
1 he Superlnti'lident of Public Winks
does not bind himself to accept tin,
low est or mi) bid.
JAMDS II. IIOYD.
Supeilntetiilent or Public Works
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On nnd after December 2d. 1901, at
the ofllee of Charles Williams, Hono
kna, llamakua, Hawaii, may bo applied
foi, under conditions of the Land Act
of isr-,. for Hlght of Purchase Lenses,
and more particularly set forth undei
Putt VII of said Land Act,
Tin- following lots In Paaullo tract,
of r Appraised
l-ot. Map. Area. Value'.
I 11 31 acres .. .$3r,o.ou
- II 70 aires . .. 1 7110 00
- 11 54.40 acres .... 1088.00
27 11 47.HO acres .... ! 18.50
Por plan and further particulars op
pl) at the olllco of Charles Williams
llonokna, llamakua, Hawaii, or at tho
Public Land Office, Honolulu.
DDWAHD S. HOYD.
Commissioner of Public Ijinds.
Public Lands Office. Oe tober 31, lliOl
Architects, Contractor and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
TANOINWAID LD , HC'KOlUll
V HOFFMANN . J f ktM
Hoffman & Riley
Geo. W. Page.
F. W. Benrdslee.
P O. Box 771
BEARDSLEE & PAGE
Architect), and Builders.
Offlce. Hoon.8 2-4. Arlington Annex,
Honolulu. T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur.
nlshed on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen & Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly tttendud ttv
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brlok and wooden buildinga, alio
Office and rest denc. 319 Ouan ft
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nctfi uovcrnmem DUiiaing.
M. R. BERTELMAN'S
16 - MOVDD
To rear of old stand. Entrant on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or office) at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
HENHV ST, GOAK
Member Stock and Bund
Edward Pollilz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and ale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Fore-ticn Stock! in'
40.'i California (St.,
Sun Frn'nctHcu, Cul.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AMD B0.VD BROKE?,
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING