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Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE It FAHIllNGTON Editor
Entered at tliu Post OIIIco at Hono
lulu ns second-class matter.
Per monlli, nny where In U 8.. $ .75
Per year, anywhere In U. 8.. . 8.00
Per cnr. postpaid, foreign..., 13.00
Payable Invariably in udvnnce.
Post Omco Ilox 718
WEDNESDAY.. .JANTAKY 1, 1902,
.Now It Is said Thurston Is holdiitg'
political 8und v school sessions In tho
tangtnnnld block. Thurston may .
work nights nnd Sundays and overtime
l.estilfi hut ti la pmlpninrR tn nhtnln th'
,. .p .... .... ,
lonfidetire ot the people will be of no
The Third .linlgcsliip muiiuu appear wi wvm;, aim io enjoy an me pnv- many pcrsjnSi
i.i h- -i. Ins itn f tlinimV IliPVf nw -"'' bcDQtt1 01p, ,mmnn firi T h report 'refers to tlio "exhaust
10 lie ginning aiiQcC IHOIIP 'VhlilittttltlllJif mill slklul DOslllOll, Hie re. Ivo report mado by the Isthmian Com
BMtnk to be Rbod rw;.h It. Ili Ibju u .tt VX" n, $ '," mission, of which Admiral Walker s
tho hews of the wlthllrunnl of IUH) or,cr nronerli to maintain and Blip head, In which every feature, of tills
Inson's name ahd the selection of Ke-l rf0n ncr iwr c(indltloii and station
...-I ... n...l.n.lfl . oil nfliwnr.ii.. tlr. nM. ....... 1-.e ...... ........ I. la I
noiKul IO Mii.uTjnu... --I'l"--.
nnces tho Hawallans In Washington's
BMto work with good effcxt.to secure, i"
. .. .. i.'lior nrntwir mnlnlrnnnr n nml ulltmnrt.
jecOKtm on or we i ir ry as aga nc,
tho outsldo CaVfornla delegation
Judge Kcpolkal Is a man whoso elcva-l
Hon to the tiench will bo u source of
gratltlcatlon to all citizens of Hawaii. '
He Is a representative Hawollan who1
has already proved his high Judicial
tap y" ,
The shaking officers of the army and
navy are receiving at the hands of
President Roosevelt will unquestloif-
.hi .ir. mriro in rlcnr the Samnson-1
SMilrv ntinosnliero than aus thing that I
; . . i, .i,. n(ii Rrnpnl,"'
has set been done. Both .nera .
Miles and Historian Maclaj deserved
nil they cot and their experience will
prove n lesson to many wlio migni uer husband's assaults were without recommendation" made by llie 1'iesi
otherwise be dlrposcd to follow In their cause or provocation, as at nil times ltnt of tho United States, and In view
footstens Miles went out of his way. ah" was a faithful nnu nuectloiiatu "f the nlnuist universal demand or the
m niihllHv 'iIIspuh a matter that was wllt' antI regardmi of lier marital obli-1 American peoplo that Congress should
to Pibll llcus a "'""" " " . gallons. Since she lert .ilm he has ro- , once do something cffectlvo In the
Certainly none 0 his ofllclal business u.p), t( RU) ))(;r auy ghc , lllnllR,lrntlon nni, 8,)eC(,y rompptlon
and the publication or Ills personal j jjr (jarm,.mci not nny ,iCI1t,R jj,,, ot the isthmian canal, our committee
- ' . . . . .
opinions couiu ucxuniinio" !'""" ,
good. The Justice of Maciay's dismiss-
nl Is too apparent to reauiro comment
n ii m. .,f Prpslilpnt Rons.--.
i. if.,., ilm. Is that olllcers or the army
Vtlt 8 lllllllll IS Illlll Ollicers 01 llll urilij I
nnd Nav must be circumspect In their
language and must not go bejond
their onh Inl duties looking for trouble
IS STILL BLOGKADED
Peking Dec J2 The Hist discus
sion of the Mnnchnrian treat) between
Paul I.essar the Uusslan Minister
here and the Chinese plenipotentiar
ies I'llnii- Chlng and Wung Wen
Shao dlspkiyed much less compliance
with the Itussinn policy ..iaii had tho
late I.I Hung Chang They urged tho
following substantial modifications:
First The stipulation of nn early
date for the withdrawal or all Russian
troops from Manchuria, except tho
railway guaril. the number or which
should be limited
Second- They opposed the para
graph restraining China rrom Incieas
Ing the number of tier troops In Man
ihurla without consulting Russia, con
tending that China must be a. liberty
to maintain whatever force was neces
sary In Manchuria to preserve order
Tliln!"-Tliey request that an early
dato be fixed for returning the New
chwang Shan Hal Kwan Railway and
a consldeinblo reduction of the Indcm
nlty claimed by the Russians for re
pairing and maintaining tho railway
Fourth The cnincBo pienipoiemia
rles opposed giving Russia a mono,,-1
l ,.r fim.c. ml.ilmr .-nn. nnftlnnu 111 .
oly of future mining concessions In
Prince thing hns received a long tel
egram from Chang Chi -ting. VJccroy
of Hankow exhorting him to maintain
tho sovcieignty or China In Mnnchti
NEW lll'S M. IS
Tho noise nnd bustle 01 this work
aday world was lacking all along tho
waterfront toaay except nt tho Oceanic
wharf, whole tho steamer Souomn was
discharging and coaling in a hurry to
get aa) at 1 o'clock lor tho Colonics.
A good deal of frelgh was brought lor
this poit, most of vvuich wns ln cold
At all the other wharfs tho vessels
were lyln; Idle, all tho olllcers and
men enjoying a holiday. A.om of tno
vessels In port wcro gaily decorated
with flags and bunting, and In tho
bright sunshine looked well-dressed.
At the Healanl boat house all was
merry and tho house tilled wit.i happy
men and women tliero as tho guests
of tho club to spend thu tlrst ulternoon
of tho now j ear in a manner pleasing
to all. Tho liouso was tastefully dec
orated with signal Hags, palms and
bunting, and to the strains or iiat
field's quintet, about a hundred cou
pies aio passing tiiu me In the two
steii ami waltz and other amusements
Thn l.lir nhln Florence was tho only
sail sighted 'this1 mnrnlngv Sho conien
from Tncoma and .was twenty-one days
on the trip, experiencing somo very
oau weatner uuriug ner mu. iuiuuiu
Splfer mado a special effort to make
port for NeV Year's Day and was sue
vossrul, much to his dollglu and that
of his men.
None of the Island stenmors nrrlved
or departed and.work on those In port
wus entire,!)' suspended.
ROLL CALL AND RALLY.
A 'oil call and rally service will be
held at the Christian church tomorrow
evening, Jan. 2. Every member of tho
church Is urged to be present to re
spond when their names are read.
There will be a program of Interesting
and profitable features. Wo trust that
not a single member of the church, who
Is able to nttend, will be absent. Let
those who rend this notice speak to
other members about It so all will be
sure to hear of this rally.
E. S, MUCKLEY, Pastor.
MRS. CARM1CIIAEL SAYS
HER HUSBAND WAS CRUEL
Seeks the Courts to Secure Money-
Charges and Counter Charges of
Rough Treatment Dr.
icentratc authority and responsibility
San Francisco, Dee. 25. Allic M. I for tho construction of ihls great work
Carmlchaul sued Duncan A CnrmiclHfn the hands ot the i resident. It has
ael esterday for maintenance. He is 'been believed by )our committee that
the United States Quarantine OUlcvrj tills course would be n safe one to be
at tuts port, and receives a Balary ol
,$300 per month, anu suo asks In her
complaint that he be ordered to pay ol
her f Ufi monthly. w
complaint contains this state-i
nient ' The plalntlti prior to lier mar-
rlago to the defendant was accustom-1
cd to associate and (....date with tho
WO' bc'Ht COmnallV nild In !lm VITV I
iu mi. inv Diuii ... fi.u uci wiuiivu io,f
reasonable sum to award plaintiff
addition to her separate Income for
y,- "j 7- --- p'a
Tho Carralchacls were married at
Honolulu on July 8, lm .Mrs. Car
mlchael alleges that her husband was
bo cruel that Bho was obliged to leave
him. She first departed from her res
Idenco on May ij, 1900, when they
were living nt Honolulu, because on
that da), she sas, he struck her on
tl0 fato with Ills list, knocking l.er
down nnd bruising her. On June 4,
H'OU, sho returned to him, he having
"Promised to comport himself as a
'"'1'a.n'' "'"'"''I "Is wiio. On July
- '"" "e wm sirucK nor on tin
h . . . .
Sho 'has been 'residing In San Krancls
, rar hv..ii mntitlm. sh.. mora 11.ni
: - ..... ......
allegations of cruelty made by his
ire, imt makes charges o. a similar
Inntim. .-iirnltiat hnr Thn nin-n,.ti.t,. ,
i.uiu.i- ah-illll-l m'l I 110 IJUJirailllUV I
oltlcer Is n mild mnnuered man. rptlr-
'"B in disposition, and his host ot
. ,., .., ,, ....
lence to Mrs. t'nrnucliacl Dr. Car-
111 IUIO nvuilL llll) IIIC'IA Ul llllVHIl Jll lllfl
mlchnel savs; "XIv wife dpscrtnl mu
last July and I have not seen her slmu j tcrfeie with levenue or appropriation
that time Ever since our marriage 'lls-
she has made things unpleasant for Cuimon asked whether the passago
me by permitting ner violent temper '' 'he bill would embarrass the Exec
to get bejond her control. All shu utlvo ln securing tno right or wn
wants Is the major portion of my sal .through Nlcaiagua or Costa Hlca.
ary to enable her to live In Idleness I Hepburn said he Know or no ncgo-
and liixmy Iu San Francisco. On May !
:".) lliOD. one of the clays on which sba
alleges I struck her, rnr from tout be
ing the case she was the one who did
tho striking. First sho picked up a
walei pitcher and hurled mat at me,
and then a chair or two. Then she let
nut with her lert fist nnd struck mu
square In tho race. Of course. I had
to toko hold or her to protect myself,
but I did not uso any violence. On no
occasion did 1 over hit her Snc has a
rortune or 130,000 in her own right and
Is amply ablo to Iook out ior hcrselt.
I Intend to fight the suit to tho blttcl
Edward lliumlng, Assistant United
States District Attorney, hns been en
gaged to handle Carmlchael's end of
Mrs. Cnrmichacl Is one or the three
McKee sisters or Honolulu nnd Is well
known In that place nn. In Washing
ton. She Is the widow or (1. II. Hast
ings, who was Hawaiian Minister at
Washington ut one time
; ,-'" - " Ve.n'bcr,
"' ,,'u,i,'u i1-1--!-" imiu uy iiiiiiiuiin
I'oit Townsend, Wash., Dec 21 In
or tho local Chinese colony Is to the
encct that a largo number of stock
companies nro being organized In tho
Miiithcrn provinces of China, with a
capital of 1.000,000 and upward, and
stock to the amount or (500 will be
issued to Chinese coming to America,
so that they can show, upon being ex
amined by the customs olllclals at tho
port of entry, that they belong to the
exempt class or merchants. This ac
tion Is said to be tho result or tho agi
tation for a more stringent exclusion
Inw at the expiration of the present
law next May.
Ei IHE SQUABBLE.
Now York. Dec. 22. A special to
the World from Washington says
Tho opinion is strong today that In
stead or closing tho Sampson Schley
controversy, the proceedings of yes
terday will only servo to add fuel to
the fire Schloy's friends nro deter
mined to continue .e flgnt for vlndl
cation with greater vigor than ever.
Tho fi lends of Ocneral Miles nnd or
Admiral Dewey have boen aroused by
tno censure or tno rornier and the lm
plied rebuko to tho latter Dewey's
filendB cannot readily reconcllo tho
light manner In which tho Navy De
partment brushed his work aside.
l$l(J Hnrdtvnrc Hlrm.
Trenton, N. J., Dec 24. The Pacific
Hardware & Steel Company, capital
$110,000,000, was incorporated hero to-
nay. Tlio mock is divided into ;,,.
000,000 common, nnd 3 OOO.OOj prorer
led, hearing l. per cent cumulative div
idend. Tho company Is autnorlzed to
manufacture and deal Iu every kind of
Iron, steel and hardware The Incor
porators are August K. Cllbbs, E. A.
Selfrldge. Charles E. Miller. II. J.
Morton, Louis F. Sloss Jr., A L.
Scott and Joseph Floss, all or San
Prince Cupid's new boat anled hero
ih the Ventura last evening and Is at
present on the Oceanic wharf where
she will rcmnln until her owner ar
rives from Hilo. This morning sho was
Inspected by many of the local yachtB
men who wcro anxious to have a look
at the new wonder. In form sho great
1) resembles the little Myrtle only sho
Is a great deal larger and looks like
a remarkably fast boat. Her lines are
much finer than thoso of the Myrtlo
and her great beam and light drauent
will make her a veritable skimming
Washington. Dec. 19. Congressman
Hepburn of the Ilouso Committee on
Commerce today faorably reported
the Nicaragua canal bill. Tlio House
adopted a special order providing that
the consideration of tho bill should
begin on Tuesday, January 7th, ami
continue until the bill is disposed of,
Tills order, however, is not to Inter
fere with revenue or appropriation
bills After stating the terms ot the
bill tho report says in part:
The purpose ot Milk bill is to con
pursued in carrying out the mi r noses
of tho bill, Involving tho expenditure
oi so targe a sum or money, nil me
work and all the expenditure) to he
made at a dlslanco so far from the
capital, than any other metnod that
could be devised. Wo hae tried to
concentrate authority and rcsponslbib
ItV mllior limn In llonnrar. It nmnni.
enterprise Is fully and at longtn Uls
rllMneil." nml nflds:
"No doubt Is expressed by tho Com
mlsif-jn as to the practicability of the
enterprise; on tho contrary, they Join
with a score of predecessors in ex
pressing their belief that the work can
be carried to a successful termination
within the limits of reasonable cost,
and reasonable time. All of tho great
political parties arc committed to tho
policy of the construction of this ca
The report thou quotes the declara
tlons nf tilt various party platforms
nnd Presidents McKlnlcy and Roose
velt, favoilng tho canal. In conclu
slon, It says: "In view of tho many
thousands of pages written and spok
en In advocacy of tho Immcdlato un
dertaking nnd completion of this
work, In view of tno pledges mado
by the parties that It should be under
taken and completed; In view of the
coiucni inemsoives wnn mis unci ro
'port. cmhodlng their earnest recom
mendnttnii that tho bill nass.'
" "'"'" ..-i .-" '" I"--"--
iiepuurn men nsKeci unanimous con-
Is. - nt that the Nlcarnguan bill bo made
.,.rlnl milnr lur "I no.lnv Inniinrv
-rf.-w-..M. w.o.. .--.. . ..--.-.Jt -.
7"'- nni1 to continue ns a special order
Mintll disposed of. not, however, to in
nations that would bo Interfered with
by this legislation. On tho contrary
he said, legislation must precede ac
quisition, the bill itselr providing
means ofr the acquirement or tho
right ot way.
Richardson, the minority leader,
said this was in no scribe n political
question, and there was no objection
to tho proposition on his side or tho
Caiman said he was In ravor or the
building or tho ennnl, but ho thought
there should be a place to put tho ca
nal before it was authorized. As this
was a request for consideration, how
ever, he would not object, and the
older for consideration of the bill was
AMERICAN CATHOLIC HONORED
Paris. Di'C. 21 The Ronio corro
spondent of the Paris edition of thu
New York Herald says thai Rev. Dr.
Thomas F. Kennedy, recior of tho
American College at Rome, has been
I appointed domestic prelate to the
I Pope. ThlB is one of the highest post
nt the Vatican.
Rev Father Thomas t. Kenned j,
D. I)., Is a native of Pennsylvania,
was educated nt i.ie Tremont Acad-
u-iny. Norrtstown. and afterward at tho
I Theological Semlnnry of St. Charles
j Ilorromeo. In 1S82 Father Kennedy
I went to Europe to compieto his educa
tion. For six years lie was a student
I in the Pontifical Collego in Rome, com
monly culled the American College.
There he took his degrees of doctor of
divinity and philosophy, and ho was
ordained July 27, 1887, by Cardlinl
Parocchl. In 1893 he wns mudo rcctot
of the American Collegfi nt Rome, a
position he has held up to tho piescnl
Theie wns a laige crowd In at
tendance at the New Year's hall of tho
OIIc Ilranch of Kchekahs In Progress
Hull laut night. At times, the hall
was crowded. Tho program consisted
of eighteen dances. Refreshments
were served during tho Intermission.
1110 following were on tno reception
committee Mrs, Alice Hrrrlck, Mrs.
Marguerite Smith and Miss Clara Gur-
ncy. w j. nichcy. assistcu ny uuy
jc.ii-j, it r. cuuii-y, nullum ciiuriucK
and W. C HolIlnBliead, was the floor
Peking. Dec. 20. William II. Pet
hick, an American wnu had been pil
vatn secretary and uinlomatlc ndvlsei
to Li Hung Chang tor rty purs,
uied here today. ictblck inspired
most of LI Hung Changs progressive
schemes, and was tho author ot his
famous antl opium junilesto. He
leaves an uullutshcu nook on LI Hung
Chang unil his times, upon which liu
had work for several years past. Pot
liicU's book coutnlns aluaLilo rovola
tious concerning it-cent Cllmeso diplo
Washington. Dec. 19. Tho Treasury
Dep-irtmem lias isstiou a circular ex
tending the prohibition against the
Inipuriatlou of meat cattle Irom Aus
tralia nnd Now Zealand into tho Unit
ed btntcs, so as to Includo Hawaii, L
being a Territory of the Unltod States.
New York, Dec. 21. Accordlnc to
the London toriespoiulcn. o tho Tri
bune, It Is understood that Itarlnnd &
Wolff of UellUBt hao boon invl'ed tn
tender for three steamers of a length
of S'lj feet, for tho now fast Canadian
Washington, Dec. 19. Senator Han
na today introduced a bill granting a
pension of 15000 a year io Mrs. McKln-
j ley, widow of tho lato President.
DURING - THE - HOLIDAYS
- - OP THH - -
P. II. IStlNltDRG. President.
UP - TO
In Btjly, elegant In flnltili, light nml
cutty punning, nrc tlic lending clini
nctcrltUtctt of our vehicles. Neither
time nor cxpciiHc Ih Hpnrcd In tliclr
construction, nnd the rcHult Ih 11 h fine
nnd well built n line of vehicles nimlc.
CHAS. F. BERRICK
I2B fllcrclmnt Bt next
The Season's Latest Creations
Rnrc ComblnnttptiH In Economy nnd Style.
A. A. MONTANA,
Lending DrcHsinnhlng House unci Millinery Pnrlors.
Arlington lllock, Motel St. II. Ij DAVISON, Mnniiger.
OMi ASKS, DELAYS
TALKS WITU PRESIDENT
ON BEET SUGAR PROSPECT
Seeks to Have Results of Cuban Re
ciprocity Investigated Also
Suggests Bounty to Domestic
Planters Two Propositions.
Washington, Dec. 21. Henry T. Ox
naru, prcwuciu 01 me American uw-
Sugar Absoclatlon, had an extended
miileri'iicu wltli tlio President today
1 rtBarUK the proposed reduction of
lllu larllt 0Il rjuban sugar. He uiged
(,iat mlch rcductiuu, If made, should
,.,, oaiy ,.,.,. nn cxhaustlvo Iniiuiry
,,,, ,,, Bllbjccti order not to Injure
American inteicsts. In his own opin
ion a bounty to pioducers of ruw BUgur I
ln tho Islands, would bo much more
effective for tho relict of Cuba than
tho reduction ot tho tariff.
Oxnnrd suggested that the President
appoint a commission to investigate
the cntlro subject, and asked tuat rep
UBcntatlvcH of the beet sugar manu
facturers, Louisiana planters, the sugar
rcllners and Cuban planters bo ap
pointed, besides a member uf the S6n-
t .. .., . ... 1 .!. fln.....
uit) ruiuijcu vuiiuiiiiicu mm mu iiuubd
Ways and Means committee. 11a
thought tho commission should In
vestigate two questions: First. It tho
duty must bo roduccd. how much may
lin tnki-n nff without Inturli.c tho licet
,..... I.,ln.lu ,..! c. ,.,! whntlmi-
It would not be best to give' a bounty
to tho planters, equal to the amount
they would save by the i eduction of the
Oxnard said today: "We believe n
bounty to tho planters on raw sugar
would solvn the problem. If tho duty
Is reduced the sugar trust will ho tho
only beneflclury. Neither the planters
nor the consumers will get the benefit,
but wo want the wholo Bubjcct Investi
gated, and are ready to have a com
mission examlno tho books and ac
counts, send for witnesses and get at
the facts concerning tho entire sugar
business of tho country and Its rela-
lion to Cuba."
EVERY DAY : :
wo nro showing
Wood - - -Bohemian
Hue Cut Glass
not before display-.
ed in Honolulu
C. V. IIUP.RICK, MnnnAcr. 1
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to Stnngenwnld Building.
Bishop & Company
IlHtiibllslicd In I8S8.
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Hxchango bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
or Credit Issued on Tlio Hank of Cali
fornia nnd N. M. Ilothschlul & Sons.
Correspondents The Dank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney, Ltd., London.
Drafts and cable transiers on China
mm japan iiirougii tlio Hongkong &:
siianghnl Hanking corporation and
Chartored Hank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed on term deposits at
l" 10J"'"B ncs per minimi, viz
Seve" dy' nice. at 2 per cent.
Three months, it 3 per cent.
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
Act aa Trustees under mortgages.
.Munngo estates (real and personal)
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papeis, Wills, Bonds, etc.,
received for bare-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
DootiH examined and reported on.
StatumentB of Affairs nreimred.
Trustees on Bankrupt or InsoUent
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Dcpoblts lecclved and Interest al
lowed nt 4 1-2 nor cent ner annum, tn
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!!"8' Tim f whlc' may ho taed
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN.
SURANCE COMPANIE8. .
Insurance Offipe, 921 Bethel Street.
Now York. Dec. 22. Justice David
Mr-Adam, aged u, of tno Hupromo
Court of this Stnte. died today at a
prlvato sanatorium In this city, from
cancer of tho tonguo. A wluow nnd
t mtp onno ultttlllirn tjln 4Hb n0 ill ...,-.
0Vd havo expired bocomber Vim"
justice McAdam was tho author of
many legal works.
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ot New Zealand.
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per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A8SET8, JUNE Sj, 1801, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Dank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly install
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Office at, bank building on Merchant
BISHOP & CO,
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Yon 24,000,000
l'ald Un Canltal Yen m.nnnnnn
Iteservcd Fund Yen 8,f10,000
UUAU OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
The Dank buys and recoil-en for ml.
lection Hills of Kxchange.Jssucs DraftB
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
gcnorai banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Por annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months 3
For 3 months 3
Branch of the Yokohama Speclo Bank.
Nejr Republic Bid., Ill King Street
ITS A DUTY
to your family to buy FRE8H,
CLEAN and wholesome groc
eries. One look at the inside
of our store will convince you.
Start today trading at Lewis
& Co.'s you'll like It.
Prompt and agreeable service.
LEWIS & CO
1066 Fort 8t.
240 Three Telephones 240.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
RE4L ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architects, Contractor and ulldtr
Edward R. Swain.
J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Rllcy
P. O. B01 160
Geo. W. Pago. Tel
F. W. Beardalee. P. O. Box 771
BEARD8LEE & PAOB
Architects and Builders.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlehed on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen Sr Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly Attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden bulldlnn. (
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H. P. BERTELMAN'S
16 - MOVDD
To rear of old stand. Entrance o
King street Orders left at either shop
or office at John Nott's store, Kim
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. 8chefer.
Kukul 8L, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLd.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE,
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
H N C O It E SALOON.
The puro Juice of the grapefruit The
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RINQ UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Solo agents for the Territory ot Ha
waii. Offlco and Works, 601 Fort BU
Honolulu, T. of H.
P. O. box 462. Island orders solic
ited. THI8 SPACe. RE8ERVED FOR
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
, Fort and Queen 8ts.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8treets, Honolulu.
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