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EVENING BUIX.HTIN, HONOLULU, . T.. SATURDAY. NOV. 23, 1801.
Published Kvery Day Except Sunday,
at 120 KltiK Street, Honolulu,
T. ir., by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTO.
WALLACE It. KAUItlNOTON.. Editor
Entered at tho l'ost Olllcu at Hono
lulu as second class matter.
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SATUHDAY NOVEMHKIt 23, 11)01.
wnsou Is iiIrIi when necoulliiK
ilnw. lmlloueil custom or out
,e uine-naiiom UIBl"" " V
Tin KCilsou U IllKll When, necOllllllK
tn the time-hallowed custom or out
1 wiiil.. tho President appoints n .lav,
as theVjncclnl occasion for praise and'
XiVikVuUliiK to Ood ,
This tlinnl.BKiWnc finds the people
?.. . ... . ..
stilt bowed with
sorrow for thu
dentil of n gteat nuil SWd l'lesldvllt,
'resilient Mclxltlley. U0-.
uillse we so loed and honoied him, to 1110 unn.-uiian-Aiisiruiiau "" ' l " "' "'-.""" , .' V" ., ,'
and the manner o bis dealb sl.nld' governments of Canada and Australia .tar reposed tho casket emboweicd In
nwuVo 1 lu 11 breasts ot our people tor tho can ylng of mnlli would cxplio. forest of. dowers. After the scrvlcs
a Vein anxiety for the country am. at This being tho case the company Is of tho church wero read the knlgl. Is
.... ...":.:' ' i... .,... .. inrin.. tn si.riin. n n.n tn Temblar services weii! held. Dr. O. l.
111.' SIIIHU 11IIIU U li;n.illliU iMiii,n- ,iw. - -o -- . ,; ., 1 ,
to be drhen by any calamity iroui tlwlutntv of the grant? PU'J If tue vfforts
path of strong, orderly, popular lib- pioxo successful It Is tho Intention to .
ert) which ns a nation we hao thus leplam tho esielsnt ptusent In nper-'
far snfel) trod,
11 Bplto'bf this Rie.it disaster. I
ieitheleB true that no people
It Is net
011 earth hao Ktteli aliuiidaut eaine
ror tbanksgUItu; as we luiu- The ' now erosslnR the rarinc to Aiistnuian
past ear In particular has been 0110 and Now Zealand ports,
of pence and plenty. We have pio- It Is not now so many months slneo
percd In things material and have, tho I'nlon Steamship Company assum
been able to wink for our own uplift led the niatinKcmcnt of the Canadian
Iiir In things Intellectual and spiritual ! Austiallun Hue, Inking over a'half lu
Lit us leincniber tl'ft, as niueli has ti rest from the former lontrollers. Ow.
been KlMn us. much win be expected Ihr to tho short time at the disposal
from us, nnd Hint true homaRes comes I of the new maunRcmcnt tbeic lias, ns
from thu henrts as well us 110111 the yet, been no ery npparent Increase of
llpt and shows Itself 111 di eds. Wo I trade from Aiistinlln and New Zeal
can best nrnvii our thnnkfuluess to'mnl. It Is onlv a matter rtf time bo-
tin. AltnlKhty by Hie way In which
011 this earth and at tills limn each
of us does bis duty to bis fellow-men.
Now. theii'foro. I. Theodoio Koose
President of thu Lulled States,
do herebj deslnnnlo ns a day of sen-
erul thanksRHInK rbursdny. the 'JMli
hi tins present .ovemncr. 111111 110 rei
otnmend the peoplo cease from their
wonted occupations nnd at their soy
eial homes and ul.ues of woihIiIm rev
erently thnnh tho (liter of all Rood 1
ior 1 in- iiiumicsi oiessinRs 01 our un-
Done at the Ity of WashliiKton. 1 steamship Company h Intereolonla
this 2d day of .November. In the yi'Hr,i1H,0 nr miw n,i,,r cimstrnrtlon or
of our Lord one thousand nine I111 11-
ui "",.' ," .. " ' " '""'I'eiiui urn
of the United States the ono hundred
?5iLiIW,,Tm"m ntir imiwi-vri r
Hv the Presllit- "u"s,,J'r
John Hay. S-cr-tnry of Stnte.
Admiral Schley has spent ewry cent
oj lilt, by no means large fortune In dts
("mi lug bis rrpi'tntlun. It Is 110 for
i'Vlte to the public th.it Admiral Sihli
uiid his family stick to the text, "A
Kood name Is rather to b ihoren th'nn
The conferuice of leading plantation P-'inent 'f Justice Is inleilnR upon a!
n.ui tiom Hawaii with' tho Pi.lilcut"",,Bn "Win" lhc violators of the)
cu CuUin reclpiovlty shows com-' Sherman anti-trust law. wblrh will be
meiul.iblc eiursy lu the stniRRle for!lsoiousl) priwecnted ilutlnic Ibsi
the continued protection of oiir multi
Inousiry. The situation demands tliHt J
Hawaii's claim for consideration hei
Presented arly nud often and
er Increasing furce.
Appropiiatlons for tho hojpltnlr
(.un to be catiblng the RxecutHo a
. . .
law dealing with money for these lu-
jtltutlons Is plain, and the only thing
renurKnii.e amount or worry. Thwt Federal districts against alleged
administrative otn.vra haw to do Is I Attonipy (leneral Knox has talked
follow the stilct letter. Kndeutore of I wl,, tl0 pri,ident u gieat deal of lato
tue Attorney CJeneral tn whip the deU1 on the subjeit of trusts as vjolatorti
mound n stump must certainly come toof ,h(. nWi alll rt (hoioughl) In iii-cmd
on"Sht with the President's views, which he
I knows fully. Tho real Inspiration for
The general kowtowing to thu mys-jlhe campaign against the trusts comii
terlous prime who turned out to ho! fiom the White House,
only 11 New York curry 100k showsl Since booming President, Mr
what a most ordinary ludUldiial ran,JitlooeeJt bus not changed his lews
do among certain clusse of clvllUa-' with refei-ence to the tiusts, and bcfoio
l!rn by merelj throwing money broad-1!
east and keeping his mouth shut. Thu
people who are ready to bend the sup
pliant knee to the almighty dollar form
a good slicil legion.
J. With the new steameis contemplut-
d by the Canndlun-Austnillan line,
the monster ships of the I'liclflo Mall
and the already Improved sen Ice of
llm Occnnlc Steamship Company, Ho
nolulu will soon hae no reason to
apologize for the opportunities offered
tourists for speedy and luxrulous
transportation to the Islands. It Is to
be hoped the Increased traillc obtained
through Improvement In ocittn lines Hug up the different district attorney)
may be sufficient to warrant a relative, who urn warring upon llm trusts nnd
advancement In the Inter-Island sur
vice. The Inter-Island companies will
undoubted!) put on better boats as
soon as' there Is prospect for u fair
return' on their Investment.
XRDI1IUH IVlUINC. III!
---.- -w. ..r.. .,. m
London, Nov. Ifi.- Ine Cabinet his
piiars to have awakened from Its leth
argy to such unexpected energy ns to
fllclt from the Gazette the following
"The strict npplliatlon to business
Is highly to bo commended nnd will bo
This unintentional admission of thu
Cabinet's previous laziness has 1 aimed
llm statement that tho various com
mlttees of thn Cabinet, sitting this t,mu. of l,ho "r' ttn" , a ,ll'n8t, f0?'11
week, will formulnti! proposals for I n.ost parta ot the country nro-wlndlnK
tho reform or procedure In the Housu ' "" w,," imtabli. for its abnormal
of Commons. These proposals will b.. I S",n,h,t'r "n,,.,,ir" U,""P t",t;'u Xn,lK
consldeied by th full Cabinet next lat "f uultles occasional by ttje
week. It Is pretty generally admitted Km,t1 "n,,,' ""'"' t,ra,"',1"1 ""l1
mat there Is crying need of such n nr'"d London s seriously dislocated,
step ns domestle legislation Is almost i'1"" ,ra,ln i1HbIoiih are reported
hopelessly blocked. Parliament. It Is"1 vnrlpus points. Tho tnost H
txpectcd. will reassemble January 23. V1" " J,bo '"rton. Cnuthtttu &
(Hover line, when seventeen persona
1 I were liijurul. All trnlno on thu rlvei
KTHIKIi'rt PINAL HND. ! Thames Is ut n stundstlll and several
ut cldents preceded the stopiugo. Tin
Piltsliurg, Pa., Nov. Hi Thn last re I'o"? In South London Ib so dense thai
m'uliilng rough edge of tho late gieat "" tiallle is almost Imprtl'i'blB
strlko of thu Bleol und tin-workers In Omnibus pase-ngTB have been lorceil
lilti'lv to bo smootheo over tonirht.
When the strike was settled by Pres
ident Shaffer tho tin-workers refused
to go back tn their old places and they
have been ndlo sine? July la last. Now,
how-over, they are evincing indications
of growing tired of their long Idleness
and 11 movement Is on foot to have the
strike officially declared at an end.
This will probably be done nt tonlght'i)
STEAMSHIP GOGOL BID'S FUNERAL
MILLS IS A VISITOR
P.ans for Development of Canadian
-Australian Line Two
Splendid Steamers Now
Mr. James Mill, mnnagtng director
the Union Steamship Company of
I New Zealand, now operating the
' nudlun-Austrnlian lino ol steamers be
tiveeu Victoria and Sydney. tin. Hono -
J' nnil Hrlsbanc, arrived In tho Mo-
ana this morning. When approached
.... .... . .i 11...1..
I""' "' lriui"ic, mti-u in mw ..iu- muni ui uiu viij. ...-- i
ana this morning. When approached , red at 2 o'clock Irnm I
by a roprcsoutntHo t.r the Bulletin church and was In cm
.Mr. -Mills said the rollowlnir from the. Knights Templar, decei
Witorla Dally Provlneo told nil thorn 'been a pfltt crnnd con'n
was to tell regarding bis tonipnny's Wyoming Coinmandory.
..I....... ' TIia.uupIi fiAfl nt Ihn nil
IN Mated Hint wllblu n period of
cm lecii 1110 ins "'"".. , J
steamers of higher I
class - more speedy and of larger ton-
nae and possesslnR passetiRer nreom-1
nunii uiiiii in ! ariin 11111m rii niiriiiir
uioilatlon unsurpassed by any venscls
furo tho IIr liners wlll.nrrhe In llo-l
1 nolulu with Just ns large caiRoes list
.they haw been In tho habit of taking
for 11 Ioiik Hnic past. I
pnr (. purpose of lncicalnB tha !
tlndo lelutlons of Canada wHh Ans-
m,, Mr. James Stltt, of tho C. P. II.
ni i'.r'.K. ..,,.,.,! 'i si.in,.'v '.
temaln In the Antipodes permanently
Mr, Mills lias been lu KnKlaml tor
tbo past six mouths on littslness. and
1 w ,m his way home. Ho is ac
romimnlcil by Mis. Mills.
To new steameis or the Hilton
t liu Clyde, and they will b launched I
m ni.out six months lime. The cost '
r the. new essels Is Il.lu0.uu0. nnd I
10"1 "'" "' lho VPry aU'"1 ,ll',KU'
M ON TI TRIAL
T THE UW BREAKERS
' Crab llox anil Punch and Judy Mis.
Churles Derrick and Mrs. J. I). Mc
Washington, Nov. IB.-The lle..Vlsh.
ltooselt admlnlstiatton. If the trust
oWlci.i against whom tne department
will bring proceeding" escape putilsh-
m.-nt lh InmlMiti.'if-i nf tin. liiu- will
lie thoroughly exposed mid Congress
w ill he looked to pass a flew mcasiiio
f,.-h will be moio effective. There are
.ioitwn in-three Indictments In differ-
-..- - -
iinlators of tho anti-trust law nnd
,)roHOciitlon will be begun Immediately.
the administration Is brought in a
close. It Is confidently predicted that he
will IniMi these, huge combinations of
capltul well tinder the control ot the
I law and that the publlu will bo In-
lornieii inroiign iiovernmcmai agencies
of the condltlop, capitalization, earn
ing capacity, etc., of the corporation
whose stock is on, the market and Is
traded In dally by the public.
Attorney (leneral Knox, after tha
Cabln-l meeting today, would not s.i)
just what steps ihe department Is tak
ing to bring tn terms the vlolutors ofj
the trust law. It was clear from his
manner that tho department Is back1
will set the entile machinery of the do
partinent to work lu aiding them In a
suciessful prosecution of tha violators
of the law.
President Itoosevelt will probabl)
make some recommendations with rft
gard to trusts In his forthcoming mes
sage to Congress. Hut In the mean
time the Department of JiiBtliu will en
tourage nnd back up all attempts 011
the part of their officers to discover
and punish violators of tin law.
HAD LONDON WE AT 11 IK.
Ivomlon. Nov, 16. Prom 12 to 20
degrees of frost, unprecedented at this
, I" envo too vuuiciea un- warn. 1x01
withstanding tho density of tho to;
tbo nutoiiiobllo club turned out Id
force for its annual spin today. Hun
dreds of car.iroceeded In thu dlsplaj
and gingerly felt their way through
TJlank books of all description do
signed anj made at tho i.VKNlNO
BULLETIN'S Job Office,
HELD AT CHEYENNE
Prominent Hen in All Walks of Life
Pay Fitting Tribute to Their
Late Friend and Fellow
The Cheyenne Loader iwyomlti,;)
of November n savs: 'lndav all that
Ca-jttas moital of Colonel J. L. Ualrd, the
pioneer citizen of Ohcyenno, was laid
'at rojt In tho pp'tty llttio cemetery
north of tho city. The ttincral occur-
red at 2 o'clock Irnm tne Kplscopftl
..i. ...... i. .i .,,. 1.. .......a r 11., .
nto ,,, .,,t.fu ... .iiv
on'mnndcr of tho
The. bc rvlccs at the church were un-
usually ucflutliui Mi impressive, l-v-
T"' , ' r" rC".i.A s!.. ti. -1.
ui.L' , ,
J. A. Itlnj'r.
alrd's life hero was a stren
nous ono and In his relations with his
fcllowmen ho mado tuuntlcsa friends.
who rcniemb blm With kindness i ami
niiun uuu nu
respect. The- larco uttnnuunco at the
church today was a flttlnc trlbuto to
tbo dead Mason, flieman, attorney
The flremen and Woodmen of tbo
World turned out In a body to escott
the remnlns to their last resting placo
wliiie tho rollowlnp composed the
cunrd of honor flora tbo Knights Tom
plar: Kulitht GforRe P. Johnston, S.
A. Bristol. i:. A. Slack. J. A. Ttiner,
W H. Koust, William Gultermnn. Co
lln Hunter and T. i Hurbln.
THE Ml FESTIVAL
Work of preparlns tne Prill Shed
n'' hulldlnK the forelgu lunch lanai
""r '" -"": v-iiu mir ni uv
gin on Monday morning.
Those to have ibarsn of the festival
Uie the following
K.uetitho Committee Mrs. S. C. Al
len, president; Mrs. 1. W. Mucfarlauc
vice president; Mrs. .1. P. Howler.
treasuicr; .Mrs. A. K, .Murphy, secte-
Fancy Work llootb-Mis. John I.11-
,l,H- A,rM- J- SuHUan.
Hawaiian Kiiney liooth-Piltui-ss
ai.inianaoie ami .Mrs. i-ierro Jones.
I'linuRiiPHe ii iisiiiou nooinj- ,!irs
i-iirnaeh and .Miss Perry.
J.-ip.imsellooth ami Alt Table Mr.
1 Imlnlshl and Mrs. J. Podmore.
ClineM! Kancy Woik Ilooth Mrs. 1
'" Table-Miss May Damon.
t ream--.Mrs. John Lna.
Lemonade Miss Nellie Melailn.
''am,' -Mrs. Hriilin.
Korelgu Lunth Ijiual Mis. .1. A.
HasstuRer, Mrs.. Noonan, Mi. Ilerbeit,
Mrsj Bojier, Jlrs. A. Fuller, with 11
corps of younR volunteer waitresses.
Native Hawaiian Luiiu Miss Lucy
Peabody, Mrs. C. K. Stlllman and Mrs.
In the nftcrnoon, uheii the Terrl-
lorllll banil w, ,,. one ,,,. ,,
(uiiiii.i iiuiin, 11 lit 11 kilt: 1-ill1
mission Is to Include either the lunch
o luuu. A nuuttcr dollar will bo the
entranie fee In the evening, when a
promenade concert will bo given.
M080.UITO COAST THOUBLHS.
lajndon, Nov. 15. The negotiation
between thu (Smernnient of Orent
llrltalu and Nicaragua with tegatd to
the Mosquito coast hm o been ver
voluminous, but It Is now- bellecd thru
Nicaragua can provldo a satisfactory
guarantee for tbo protection of the
natives and enable (treat llritalu to
rid herself of n responsibility which
brings with It no ndvantnge, Thu ques
tion of a suitable guarantee has been
chlelly responsible for the prolonga
tion of tho matter. l.ord Lansdowne
(Ilrltlsb Foreign Secretary) Insists
Hint the Indians must bo adeiiuntcl)
protected. Ucyund this point the lor
olgn onico displays little Interest In
the matter, believing that (Heat llrit
aln's rights on tho Mosquito coast an
alueless and not quid pro quo is being
sought from Nicaragua.
100 MILEK AN HOUR.
Now York. -'ov. It' In the expert. 1
mentH In elect lie trnction on the Pius-
stun military linos, says tbo lleilln
correspondent of the Umjou Times
ami jvow vorkTlmei), it speed or at 1-3
miles nu hour htiri been attulned, the
fuico employed being lO.VDO volts. It
la said that If tho lines won stiength
ened this rate of speed would bo
SEEING IS BELIEVING
Oup Wall Paper
In uncqunlcil in price unit quiillty. I
Let us hIiow jiiii our stock. 1 1
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
-I I l-i
King Street Near Nuttanti.
FIRST-CLASS MEALS 8ERVED
AT ALL HOURS.
Cheapest Good Meal In Town.
)UlDL', assisted by Judgo
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate ot Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
CHAS. F. DERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
I8S Merchant Ht.. next to Stnnftcnwnlri Building.
Great Book Sale
THE GO DEN RUE
having to vacate premises on lite first of the ear, has
determined to CLOSE OUT ENTIRE STOCK as nearly
as possible within the NEXT SIXTY DAYS. In order
to do this, and save cost of removal, we have made
A Sweeping Reduction in Prices
in All Departments from
20 to 50 per cent.
Tills reduction U not only on all old .stock, but the very
latest things in Stationery and : : : : :
all new books
Nothing is reserved .it tl is ale, and those who come
first will net fir't choice. We have just opened and
placed on our shelves OVER 2101) NEW BOOKS, and
these are al' be sold at the same reduced prices.
Books published for Si. 25, now o forSi.oo; Si. 50
books go for Si 20, and all other books sold proportion
ately low. All Goods Sold for : : : ;
J. M. WEBB, - Prop.
NOTICE OF SALE !
The undersigned asJlgneo of lhin. Guerrero offurs ror sale the follow
ing, including thu good will of thn grocery stnre heretofore doing business
under iiHino 111 above oil Miller street, neur llcretanln:
COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES.
FIXTURES INCLUDING COUNTER, SHELVES, ETC.
ICE BOX. CHEESE SAFE.
IRON COMBINATION SAFE. ONC HORSE,
ONE DELIVERY WAGON.
Thn ubnvu will ho sold at less than cost and a full description can be
bad of same by calling on
H. F. LEWIS,
Assignee of Ben. Guerrero, at Lewis & Co., 1060 Fort Street.
Honolulu, October 19, 1901.
Personally Selected la Eiropc
Just arrived and being placed on
our shelves dally, CHINA, MA
JOLICA, BOHEMIAN, QLAS8,
METAL, TERRA COTTA WARES,
6TATUARY, ETC. Choice new
stock of FINE CUT OLAS8.
Selections may be reserved for
x nc JH9HV "
x jj f mH
Claus 8preckel. Wis. dl Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : T. H.
8n Francisco Agent -r- The Ne
vada National Dank Of San Francisco.
8n Francisco ' Th Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Dank ol Lon
New York American Ktchango Na
Chicago Merchants' National Dank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdncr Hank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-kong-Bhnnghal
New Zealand and Australia Dank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouyer Dank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Dills ot E
chango bought nnd sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
Established 1858 -
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange I3iiaiii.
Cominerrial. nnd Travelers'
Letters of Credit iaaued, available
in all tho principal cities of the
world. ' ,
Interest allowed after July 1,
181)8, on fixed depo-iit 7 daT
notice 2 per cent, (tlii form will
not bear interest unless it remain'
undisturbed for 0110 month), 3
months 3 per cent., 0 months 3 1-?
per cent, 12 months i per cent.
Pioneer Build iig and Loan
A8SETS, JUNE 30, 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Hank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tbo monthly install
Twenty-third ScrlOH of Stock Is now
OFriCKItS J. L. McLean, Prc.il
dent; A. A. Wilder. Vice President;
C. B. Oray, Treasuj-er; A. V. Gear,
DIIlKCTOnS J. L. McLean, A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Genr, C. I). Gray,
J. D. Holt. A. W. Kcech, J. A. Lyle,
Jr.. J. M Llttio, H. S. Hoyd.
a. v. an ah.
Omco Hours: 1!!:B0 1:30 p. m.
BISHOP & CO.
Savings Dcposlto will he
received nnd Interest allowed by the
Bank at four and one-half per cent
Printed copies of, the Rules and Reg
ulations may 'be obtained on applica
tion. Office at bank building on Merchant
I BISHOP & CO.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital..,. Yon 24,000,000
Paid lip Capital .... Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund ..... Yen 8.5 10.000
HEAD. OFF1CB. YOKOHAMA.
Tho Bank buys and receives for eol.
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
nnd I.ctteis ot Credit, and transacts a
general naukiug business.
On Fixed Per cent
Doposit. Per annum.
For 12 months . j 4
For C months . 3
For 3 months . .- 3
Branch of tho Yokotiama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid.' Ill King Street
ATTRACTIONS FOR THIS SEASON
Wherever no cities, rare luxuiles
lor jour table, went to bo found, the
delicacies of all climates, tliey have
been pin charted and lorwarded to Ho
nolulu, Whatever uis now for your table,
jour cooking, tho llttio conveniences
lot your kitchen, your bath-room, your
Here ou'll find tho rarest soaps,
blushes and bath accessories: all that.
is lain and new in thu world of fash
At this season wo are receiving new
Nuts, ' Raisins,
Preserves, Bon Bods
Honey Cake, ' Figs
Lewis & Co.
240 Three Telephones 240.
1060 Fort Street.
A. C. LOVEK11N
STOCK AND BC-VD BROKEN
'REAL ESTATE AND
FIN NO AL AGENT
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architects, Contractors and iulldsrs
Edward R. Swain,
V. HOFFMANN. 1. F. RILriT
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Boa ifo
Geo. W. Page.
F. W. Ueardslee.
P. O. Box 771
Architect and Hulliler 4
Office, Rooms 2-1, Arlington AniiM,
Honolulu, T, H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshcd on Short Notice
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen A Robinson,
queen Street, Honolulu.,
Jobbing promptly attended to
Mr, Cfias. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick nnd wooden buildings, alt
Office and residence, 312 Queen St,
near Government building.
H. P. Bt?liTELMAN'6
16 - MOVED
To rear ot old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
Or Ofllco at John Nott's stars Kfna
irtre-ct. will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealer.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W.M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaefer.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE .MERCHANTS.
22t Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
oppoHlte the K. R. depot.
ON DIMUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement'
Also proprlelou'of thepppulat
. ENCORE SALOON.
ThO Dlire llllcn nf thn crannf,.!, T,..
most healthful, Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Sole nrentn for thn Tni-rll.... nf tin
wall. Oflice nnd Works, 601 Fort St..
Honolulu, T, or II.
P. O. box 462. Island orders solic
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MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Rrot
Beer. Cream fiada. WHH r.h.u .1..
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, 8arsapa-
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Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peacl
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol 1
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktalla.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
8eltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnsttad Sill, Boston,
or lamuy ana medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, 50c per
doz Distilled Water In 3-gallqn dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 60c charge
on demijohn until returned.
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