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HVKNINO BHt-LKTIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 20, 1901.
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WEDNESDAY.. NOVKMllEll 20, 1901,
Judge Humphreys lets the resigna
tion mongers down with a dull thud.
Tho obvious endraor of Thurston's
organ to create un antagonistic senti
ment against Manager Paln'K tramway 1 best man was William J. Hogg of tho
MISS CAREV WEDS
Vancouver, U. C, Nov. i. An in
teresting wedding was solemnized this
afternoon at tho Church ot Our Laity
ot tho Holy ltosary by Rev. Father Mc
Uulktn, when Daniel J. Callagban of
San Francisco was united m marriage
to Miss Violet Edllh Carey, tho accom
plished and pretty daughter of Cau
laiu Carey of the Canadian-Australian
liner Moana, Tho bride, wno Is a
stately and hnndsomo brunette, look
ed charming In a handsome gown ot
wbito silk crepe do ciiliio wltn let-in
open wcuk nnd a magntneent court
train. Shu woro the ortuodox orango
blossoms and veil and carried an im
mense bouquet ot blklKl roses.
Ah the bride entered on tno arm of
her father, Miss l-'arron pinyod tnu
nuptial march I rum Wagners "Lohcn
giln, ' mid n tho wedding party en
tered tho strains of Aleiiileissnun's ta
ctile march pealed tortu. 'I'lio bride
was attended by her sister. Miss Car
uy, who was droned In fawn silk oll.
trimmed with gulpuru green civet
nnil rawn li.it. with pink roses to
match. She nlo woro a magnificent
penrl star, tho gift of the groom, liui
Sperry Flour Company of San Fran
A wedding breakfast was served nt
.1 o'clock on the Moana, the steamer
being galy decorated In honor of tno
occasion. Captain Carey brought hia
daughters, Mrs. Devlne. Miss Carey
and Miss Lena Carey, from Australia
to be prchcnt nt the wodnlng. while
Miss Callaghnn, Miss Hogg nnd Mr.
Hogg" accompanied thu groom from
!,! nrnn. nrn .luelllnir imnn l nlninM "" nCISCO. "i HO groom lllet niS
...... .i. i. .... .ii n,Mi,..,,u . ''rule nbout a year ago while she was
funny. Ask the small merchants on ,,, Sn Kranclsco.
the street, and the laboring men Mr Caalnn ls 8on of tll0 Into
thrown out of work by tho blockade In Daniel Callaghnn, president of tn
all public work, w hether they are en- j First National Hank of San Francisco,
ease now before the courts Is disgust'
lug, though fully In keeping with the
organ's established policy. Mr. Pain
may be the malinger of a mule line iou
trolled by foreign stockholders, but he
has as much right to a fair bearing as
If he conducted a line of Pullman
This remarkable prosperity the oftl-
Mr. and Mrs. Callaghan left by the
tcamcr Malnlander this evening lor
jjcaUle en route ror San Francisco,
- ' m
wmi is i
Joying any of this supposed prosper
HyJ These are the men now feeling
the pressure of bard times nnd whom
n special session of the Lcglaluluin
Mr. FnrbeM In Jils report on forestry
nijs, so minli hjtt l)CCU wiltlen about
ctttlo (lH destructive agents that the
bubject has become stale, til other (
w tilth tho damage dntw by cattle Is bo.
apparent nnd the fact Is lewed with
such Indifference by those who ought
to tnkn an actUe Intel ist that the
thoughtful men become discouraged.
Many planters and ranchers who see n
dollar In sight by wiping out a plccy
of forest land aie prone to consider
the dollar flirt and forest tueorics ai- lljhi11B touches- These will bo tlnallv
terwnrd. However, loustautly keep- decided upon nfter the President con
ing at It Is certain to accomplish re-'suits Speaker Hendcisoii, who will
suits nnd with the nsslstance of Fed- reach Washington in a day or two.
ri mitimritiru it nimht snnn bo n. I '1 hero linvo been widespread nnd
Hlbh. to nccomiillsli something mole' persistent reports that
tangible than n mus of literature
duelling on what ought to be douc.
New York, Nov. 12. A ipeclol to
the Sun from Washington says: Pres
ident Hoosct clt tins worked so Indus
tilously of late that hu tins practically
completed his message to Congress,
and, ns he said to a gentleman whom
lie consulted about somu features of tt
today, there Is little more to bo added
or Inserted except in me way oi nn
HAWAII PLAN rfcRS AND
Tho Ilulletln extends lt, cotirfratul.i
linns to the Hawaiian Sug-ir Pl.tnttm'
Ar'oclatlon on tho stand it li.it taken,
ur least btforo the public, on tho labor
lurstluii and tho apparent llnpositloa
to take no part In the much i1li-tisv
and nt prci-ent much londe'imod Chi
It ls safe t.i say there i.-. 111.111 III
dhldunl members who bi-llc,i Hut
Chinese labor Is the only salvation ot
the sugar Industry In these Island and
ll..tt the Chines? Exclusion Ait Is N
nvtlonal as weil ns u local, wrong.
These men have a light to their opin
ion, and following up their IndHI tua)U.,, ue no recommendations for
.-iiitlons ItJ,s :.' within tse r
ircilnce to take vlw:cei uuenir-j
ll.cy fc lit to lnl!uei.:o CongfCi.tios.il
nilloii for the fu'llilr.nrt of tlnlr do
sites. Let them pit themselves tig-iini:
the opponents of Chinese labor and
may tho bust man a In.
J-or thu plintc.-s ah nn aasuv'i llQ'i
tn have put thmn.rw en lecoid on :i
ip.cstlon having mw ':ir renrhlng jurt
wotlld take n very radical course In
.li.i.ll.nr ...lilt l.tirlalntlvi, nimutlrinii ntiil
especially the reciprocity treaties and
.trusts. From what Is learned definite
ly relatlvo to tho President a message
It Is now practically ccrtalu that he
does not think tariff or financial legis
lation of any kind Is Important or nec
essary at the approaching session.- ex
cept possibly the negotiation ot reci
procity treaties with thotu countries
with which tho United States can
n-ake bargains on favorable terms.
and In cases wheie such treaties are,
dictated by wisdom and common
I sense as shown by existing trade re-
I latious. The President will not, as
has been so often stated, recommeud
1 drastic- legislation for the regulation
and curtailment of tho so-called trusts.
but will content hiinsoi. itfl calling
tho attention of Congress plainly and
emphatically to the lacts aa ihey ex
ist, leaving them to deal with tho
subject as they think best. Thoro
via be no recommendations for the
cieatlon of a tariff commission, per
manent or otherwise.
The contracts for furnishing sup
plies to the Territory of Hawaii for
tuo Bcrcn months beginning Decem
ber 1st, have been let by tho Depart
ment ot Public Works, and tho lucky
bidders received notification through
the mall yesterday.
The bids for furnishing tneso sup
plies were submitted some tlmo since,
but they were In such great number,
covering n multitude of supplies used
by the department, that tho classifica
tion occupied considerable time.
Each successful bidder ,b required
to glo a bond In the sum of 1200 to
faithfully execitto tno terms ot tho
contract, and tnu tlmo for furnishing
the supplies Is to bo from December
1, 1901, to Jtmo 30, 1902.
Uclow Is given the list of' successful
bidders, and the nature of the sup
plies they nru io ltiruish:
Peerless Prcscnlng Pnliit Company
II. O. Hall & Son Holts, corrugated
Iron, wlro cable, wheelbarrows, sWiv-
els, axe handles, cic, mortar hose.
turpentine, steam rjose, putty, dyna
mo waste, horse collars, sheet rubber
packing, oxlo grease anu oil, tnllow,
powder, water pipe, couplings and
i. 11. onvlcs & Co. Lime, cement,
nails, anchors, uics, rasps, picks,
hammers, paint brusnes, brooms. Un
seed oil, coal tar, hamctt, harness
leather, oil, graphites, giant powder.
Lowers & Cooke Hed brick, Califor
nia lime, Portland coment, oak plank,
white lend, paint brushes, caroblln
cum. Honolulu Iron Works Company
Uar steel and Iron, packing, cylinder
oil, blacksmiths coal, grapnlte, paint,
pipe nnd nttltigs, octagon steel, car
Allen & Iloblnson Lumber, spruco
nnd cedar: Australian coal' for asy
lum nnd Maklkl and Wylllo quarries.
Wilder & Co.- Lumber, shingles,
posts, lath, etc.
II. Ilnckrcld & C". Lime, Portland
cement, crowbars, shovels, picks, lan
terns, garden hose, mill brooms, ma
.InlUc, white, sltttf, cflrbpllncuin, Kero
sene oil, horse- blankets.
Oceanic Uns & Electric Co. Thorn-800-Ilouston
Inter Island Steam i,algatlon Co.
Australian tonl for sower pumping sta
tion, Iwilcl laundry, stables and tug
Elcu; Departure Hay coal for samo
California Feed Co. Rolled barley,
Surprise oats nnd wheat bran.
Doyle, Hrothers Hoiseshoelng for
Dearborn Drug & Chemical Works
Fort Douglas cylinder oil.
C. It. Collins Headstnlls.
Fred. Phllp ti. Hro. Cait saddles.
Hawnilau Supply Co. Soil plpeo
and flxtuics. '
Union Feed Co. Oats, hay and out
John McLnln Horso nnd mule shoe
Ing for road, garbage and water works
Pacific Hardware Co. Cut nails,
wire nails and galvanized nails, spiked,
rope, lllea, wheelbarrows, shovel han
dles, brushes, garden hose, lead, kero
sene oil, collar pads, horse collars,
neatfoot oil, cylinder oil. low powder,
WEDDING AND HOLIDAY
Personally Selected is Europe
Jutt arrived and being placed on
our shelves dally, CHINA, MA
JOLICA, BOHEMIAN, GLASS,
METAL.TERRA COTTA WARE8,
STATUARY, ETC. Choice new
stock of FINE CUT GLASS.
Selections may be reserved for
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BUT II EL 6TREBT.
Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
8an Francisco Agents The No
vada National Dank ef San Francisco.
San Francisco The Nevada Na
tional Bank ot San Francisco.
London The Union Bank ot Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' .National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-kbng-Shnnghal
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ot
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial nnd
Travelers' Credits Issued. Blllr of Ex
change bought nnd sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Architects, Contractors and Builder
Edward R. Swain,
J. F. RILEi.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Bol ifcj
Qoo. W. Page. "dTeL 221
F. W, Beardslee. P. O, Box 771
Architects and Builders.
Offlco. Rooms 2-4, Arlington Ansel,
Honolulu, T, II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates tar
nlshod on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Queen Street, Honolulu.
lilt fidllSII (Hill
London, Nov. 13. The galo which
political puases wouiu nine ueen ni.iiii-, ,m ,)Ccn 8Wcc.p11K over 0rcat i)rtaln
ftstly unwise as well as most Infuil- nnd Ireland for thu past two days con-
our to their interjsis which ,u tu , tlnues unabated at many coast points
closely interwoi en with the progrciy ut Over tho Welsh lowlands the torren
the Territory. The keen busi"is men
of the Territory were doubtless ipilck
to realize the folly of Acting Governor
Cooper In committing tho Territorial
The planters of Hawaii have gono on
record us attending strictly to thctl
industrial business, refusing to meddle
In matters which are thus far opposed
to national laws. They are actively at
work seeking labor In tho markets that
are open without treading on the dan
gerous ground offered by a market now
closed. Tho open door or the closed
door of China Is left to take care of
IIsaI Tlild ! na It uhnntil lm Himn I
a request for Chinese labor would ffere,Cli,rneuN",etCCn
cull forth a series of attacks, demands !-,
for explanations nnd charges of bad
faith that would keep the planters ol
Hawaii dancing on a hot skillet from
opening day of the Congressional seg.
slon to the close.
Whether tho sugar magnates of these
Islands are satisfied with present con
ditions is a matter that doea not rn
qulro discussion, but special note
should be ghen the fact that they am
disposed to do the best they can with
the material nt their disposal.
tial rains arc increasing, causing dis
astrous Hoods. Itcports of wrecks and
casualties lontluuu to pour In. Tho
death list, niadu up of threes and
fours, has an nggrcgata approaching
one hundred. The mall boat Noril.
tiom Dover for Calais, which last
night ran down tho lightship of the
works of the New Dover pier, has
succeeded In returning to Dover. Thu
mails and passengers are Baft. Tno
crew of tho lightship waB also landed
this morning alter passing a terrible
nlgnt at sea in a small boat,
The British steamer St. Elveo has
been beached at Dover. She is high
and dry across tho parade.
Early today a l-rencli .nark struck
of the cruv
THE COMING FAIR.
At the last'rcgiilar meeting of the
Ladles Aid Society the chief business
tranhacted was 'the completing of th
plans for the mlr'whlch the soclet)
will hold'the afternoon aud cenlng of
Thursday, Nov. 21, on Hualulca Lawn,
corner of Hotel and Itlchards streets.
It was decided to have tickets, tho ad
mission fee being 2!i cents. 'Besides the
attractions of the booths, the ladles
plan to have a band of music In attend
ance both afternoon and evening.
The various booths and thu ladles 'u
charge of them are an follows:
I'laln Sowing and I-'anryWork sic,
dames Coyne, Abernethy, Clark and
Hnwallau Booth Mrs. Stone and
Rummage Booth Mrs. Pearson,
Japanese Cup and Saucer llooth
Mesdnmes Johnston nnd Kerns.
Doll Booth Mrs. needy, Miss My.
rick. Miss Littleton, Miss Downing.
Flower Table Mrs. Taylor, Miss
O'Conncll, Miss Hellbron,
Candy Tnble Mrs. Nicholson, Mrs
Fred. Smith, Miss Mullen,
lie Creain Table Mrs. McKechnle,
Mrs. E. E. Smith, Mrs. Bagwell, Mr
Lemonade Stnnd Mrs. Bcnirose.
Mrs. McAllister, Miss Hughes.
Homo Cooking Table Mrs. Riven
berg, Mrs. Hartley, Mrs. Ferguson.
Coffee and Bandwlchcs Mrs. I'crlc,
Mrs. Lninson, Mrs, Bryant.
The nrtlclea In tho booths unsold af
ter the day Is finished will be nutloned.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate ot Prizewinner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
CIIAS. F. DERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
12S Merchant Kt., next to fttnngcnwnld Building.
l,ondon. Nov. 7, The occasion of
presenting, thu sword of honor to
General lladen-I'owell produced a ro
niarkablu outburst of popular enttiu
tdasm. A laigo colonial company and
the Agents General were present.
Mr. Chumberlaln, who presided,
said the tribute was a now proof 01
the solidarity of the Anglo-Saxon race.
Tho great colonies had now become
powerful States, some great nations,
nnd shnied our holies and objects and
sacrllles with u prescience he wished
everybody in tirent llrltaln liau shar
ed. They foresaw at tho outset tnu
greatness of thu Issue, realizing It was
u struggle which Involved thu Impo
rial oxlstcnco of the lace and its su
premacy. Had llrltaln dallied, not
listening to tho appeal of her fellow
Hiibjccts, she would have lost South
Africa and forfeited tho respect of the
Hlstor nations whoso good-will nnd es
teem It was tho main objoct of states
manship to malntnln and strengthen.
We wero not entitled nor wished to
make a settlement rendering futllo
the sacrifices and sympathies ot our
kinsfolk, nnd not securing to the full
est degreo tho object both had In en
tering the struggle.
General I'owcll, in responding mod
estly but warmly, accepted ,tho hon
ors which, ho said, wero shared equal
ly with bis brave companions.
SUGAR FLEtT WAGER.
San Francisco, Nov. 14. The sugar
fleet will pay a reduced rate to Its
hands this winter. During thu spring,
summer and autumn tho general rnto
has been $.1ti a month. Now the best
figure Is (20 and the chances nre that
It will go to $25 bfore the month Is out.
At tho present tlmo there aie more
vessels than men on the Coast, nnd
whllo the men nre ready to work, there
Is nothing for tho vessels to do. Sail
ors are on the beach by thu score and
with a reduction In Wages vessels that
would otherwise be laid up will be
kept In commission, Tho chances are
that many a vessel will bo run at a loss
during tho coming winter.
I'aclflc GrovA, Nor. 12. A notable
wedding was solemnized In picturesque
Btt. ttMarys-by-tho-Sca In this city at
high noon today. Rev, Hobart Chet
wood ofllclatcd. The principals wore
llcrnard F. Beardmore of Honolulu
and MIbs Mary Adele Laughlin ot Moss
Lauding, this county. The church was
handsomely decorated and tho wedding
was an elaborate though rather quiet
affair, only relatives nnd Intimate
friends being present. A wedding
breakfast In El Carmelo Hotel follow
ed the ceremony.
London, Nov. 7. Lord Mllner visit
ed the refugee camp uLHarrlsmlth.
Mr. Brodcrlck, In a letter to thu
Bishop of Rochester, reviews tho
strenuous measures laken to amelior
ate the condition of the camps. lie
adds that If the doctors, nt tho termi
nation of the winter, recommend their
transfer to tho seaside, expense will
not Impede such a course, Ho reminds
his critics of tho bands of desperadoes
striving to render the country unln
habitable. The mortality of the camps
was largely due to the weakening ef
feet of privations prior to admission.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Great Reduction in Prices
having made large additions to our machinery, we are
now able to launder
spreads, sheets, pillowslips,
table cloths, - table napkins,
and towels ::::::::
at the rate of 23 cents per dozen, ca6h. satis
factory work and prompt delivery guaranteed, no fear of
clothing being lost from strikes, we invite Inspection of our
laundry and methods at any time during business hours.
Ring Up Main 73
and our wagons will call for your work.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial nnd Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, available
in nil tho principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposits 7 day
notit'o 2 per cent, (thi? form will
not bear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for on5 month), 3
months 3 per cent., 0 mouths 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A83ET8, JUNE io, 1901, $80,043.37,
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Dank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly install
Twenty-third Scries of Stock Is now
OKFICEltS J. L. McLean, Presi
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
C, II. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DlIlECTOnS J. L. McLean, A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear. C. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Koeeh. J. A. Lyle,
Jr., J. M. Little, V. H. rtoyd.
A. V. GEAR.
Office Hours: l'.'-.SO 1:30 p. m.
BiSHOF dfc CO.
...Savings Depo;lta will bo
received and Intorcst allowed by the
Bank ut tour and one-halt per cent
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on application.
Office at bank building on Merchant
J BISHOP & CO.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Yen 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Kund Yen 8.510.000
HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
The Bunk buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
nnd Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Flxod Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For R months 3
For 3 months 3
Branch of tho Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, tlss
Office nd residence, 312 Quern it,
near Qovernment building,
M. R. BERTELrVMuVS
To rear ot old stand. Entrance on
King Btrcet. Orders left at either shop
or offlco at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON'
Between Merchant and Queen.
M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaefer. ,
Kukul 8t, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves &. Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. 1
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DHAUCiHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietors of the popular
CAIHARINO'S ICE CREAM PARLOR
AUTONOMY FOR B0BR8.
London, Nov. 7. Mr. Chamberlain's
speech Immediately after tho prolong
ed Cnblnet meeting la Interpreted UN
a direct and authoritative reply to tho
pro-lloer suggestion that Britain
should offer tho enemy terms.
The Counties Liberal Federation.
Earl Carrington preBbuiig, passed a
resolution demanding that tho Boerd
bo Immediately offered autonomy on
similar llnrs to Australia within a fix
ed and early period.
Washington. Nov 13. Col. Waiu.
Acting Adjutant Goncral, recolved a
cubic nicssaga today from General
Chafteo, reporting tnat Major Hugh
It. Bolknap of tho pay department
died at Calamba. Lacuna do Luzon, on
Mistress Mary, you nad a man In
the kitchen last ovenlns. Was ho a
relative of yours or a friend Maid tho 12th Inst., trom Intestinal troubles,
anu inui nis remains win uu sum iu
the United States on tho transport
London. Nov. 7. 'I no BoerB aro hov
ering around Da Jager's drift, opposite
Dundeo, on tho Natal bordor,
N'elthcr, inarm : he was only Just my
husband. B6Hton Transcript.
The Ventura made tho run from San
Francisco In six days.
Hogan Is here.
CORNER KING AND
PAY DS A CALL.
Daintiest and prettiest Ice cream
parlors on the Island, and conducted
in llrst-clnt-H manner.
Tea, Coffee, Chocolate, Ktc.
Klectrlc fails generously distribut
ed maKo tho placo cool and comfort
able, mid tho now beautiful furniture
bIu-h It a tone of splendor,
MIOWF.RA'8 ROUGH TRIP.
The steamer Mlowera from tho Colo
nies arrived here tills morning early
after a ery rough trip. She brought
one pnsKenger for this port and has but
halt a dozen through for tho Sound.
Tho vessel will sail from the navy
wharf this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Pur
ser llelluiulne make the following re.
port of tho trip:
Tho It, M. S, Jllowera, Prank A
Ilpnimlng, commander, arilved ut 3:1!)
a. m. from tho Australian Colonies,'
Left Sydney at HIT, p, in. on tho 4th1
Inst, nnd arrived nt Brisbane at S:30
a. in, on tho Ctli. Left again at 11:49
p, in. on the 7th; passed tho It. M, S.j
Aoiangl at 10 a. m. on the 8th bound
LADIB8 WILL PUOTH8T.
At the mouthly meeting of the W,
C. T. II, held )cHtordiiy ufternojn It
una decided that a petition bo prepar
ed aud elrciiluted protesting ugalnst
tho establishment of a saloon ut the
King stieet leimliniK, of tins tiam Jinx
pear the Kamehiiiuehu schools. Tho
petition will be presented to Treaamer
Tho great Incie.ise of the saloons In
the city was also discussed and l'icsl
dent Hartley of the Anti-Saloon League
was present and urged that action
should bo taken at once by the nsso-ulatloii,
ATTRACTIONS FOR THIS SEASON
Whom or novelties, rare luxuries
fur your table, were to bo found, the
dellcacleH of all climates, they have
lii-en purchased and forwarded to Ho
Wbutuvoi- wus new for your table.
your cooking, thu little conveniences
fof your kitchen, your buth-room, your
Here juu'll find tho rarest soaps,
brushes and bath accessories; all that
Is late and, new in thu world of fash.
At this tinason wo aro receiving new
The puro Juice of tho grapefruit The
most healthful, invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Bole agents for tho Territory ot Ha
wall. Office and Works, 601 Fort St.,
Honolulu, T. of II.
P. O, box 4C2, Island orders solic
Exiiei-lenee,! fresh to strontr'. " V"1"!"1"1 weignen some pounus
1 .',11 ...i .. , 'ess iiorore tnu miuuto hand had gone
around twice. Just as ho gavo up all
southeast trades and rough seas to
inn; tnenco io pon iresn io strong uxslro to llvo Mrs. Callahan walked
northeust wlnua and roush seas. I n with the teeth In her hand,
Lewis & Co.
24fJ Three Telephones 240,
10C0 Fort Street.
A. C. LOVEK1N
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
The Fountain 4
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Root
Beer, Cream 8oda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa-
nna, vaniua bream, Lemon, uingcr
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kolnj
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnstiad 8111, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, 00c per
doz. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned,
HENRY ST. GOAK.
Members Stock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale ot Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stock an
403 California St.,
Son Francisco, Cal.
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