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cJVKNINQ BULLETIN, bot.OLULI H. T FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1902.
Remember tho necessity of sending 'n girt to the friend
whom you overlooked nt Christmas time. Remember nlro
that wo havo reduced our prices from 25 per cent to itl
per cent on Holiday floods.
ore sold at 10 cents each. You cahnot get any other Pat
torna half as satisfactory as they, because they embody
Ideas of style, fashion and general all round satlsfactorlnecs
that no others possess. Remember the small price, 10c each.
ELHERS & CO., FORT ST,
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Jndd Building, Merchant St.
THE GREENWICH INSURANCE CO. -
THE INS. COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
THE NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE CO.
Subscribed Capital $5,000,000.00.
THE WESTCHESTER FIRE INS. CO.
THE GERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE CO.-
CANTON MARINE INSURANCE OFFICE.
Subscribed Capital $2,500,000 00.
PACIFIC SURETY COMPANY.
Assets $295,000 00.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
General Insurance, Reil Estate and Financial Agents
A. V. GEAR, President. nMriBTT MAY, Secretary.
THE NEW YEAR'S CALL
and other calls should bo made with a beautiful box of
The boxes alone aro sufficiently bcautlf,ul to charm the tnost
tasteful, but when Qllcd with Gruenhagen's French Mixed nnd
Chocolates, will delight the most fastidious.
Candy Department of
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
TWO STORES IN ONE.
We wish you
New Year !
and thank you for the pat
ronago extended to us dur
ing tho past year. Our
stock of GROCERIES for
1802 will bo the completest
and freshest to bo lound In
Honolulu, nnd we are sure
you will find It to jour ad
vantage to buy from us.
Have you eer tried
HEINZ' PICKLES and PRE
SERVES? They are simply
delicious. Try some :o
H. MAY & GO.
Telephones 22, 24, 02
. O. Uox 380.
A HAPPY :.
Begin the new year well
by furnishing the home
with pretty furniture
It Is one of the functions
of this store to make the
parlor, dining room, bed
room an J every part of the
house beautiful. :. ;.
CALL AND HUB U8.
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Betbel Sta.
Redurtlon on tne most beautiful of
Chatelaine and Shopping Dags; all
Leather Goods, new this season (jind
decidedly tho correct and suitable
things to give to tho ladles.
Reduction on tho most elegant of Stir
ling Silver No elites', Manicure Sets,
Needle Sets, etc.. etc. Traveling and
Toilet Cases, Military Drushes, etc.
Music Is one of the most heavenly of
aits, and the tones of our'Westermayer
Pianos do take ono quite away and
aboe this wretched old world and let
him hao a glimpse of the star world
You will llko tho Westermayer Pia
nos, and you'll not find It bard to buy.
Hoffschlaeger Co , Ltd.
King nnd ltethel 8ts.
NEW YEAR WELL
Hy linvlnjjyour photo
tiikcn. My work In
of the hl(ihc8t quality
nnd prices retiHonnhle
J. J. Williams,
Tnlc elevntor In ItoHton Ulock.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, glen to dktntlon, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up," Tr It a month,
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity) Certalntyl Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 9 5;4S. Elite Dlda
The Bulletin's special Industrial edl
tlon can be obtained at this office or
tin news-ttands. Price 25 cents.
HAS MANY I'USMBILITILS
IN IUIIO.NaL IMLIIICS
Has Always Been Kousevtlt's Friend
But He Will Nut Displatt
Washington, Dec. 19. Tho appoint
ment ot Henry U. Payno ol Wisconsin,
vice uiulrmuu 01 uio ucptibiicnti Na
tlonal Committee, as Unit led Emor)
oiuiiu s hiiLLuooui as I'ustiuasicr Uun
oral, has ua.ttrdiiy bc tuu gossips 10
talking. 'lncydisiovcr mosi nuuresi
mg purposes oil me Prusiucui a pan
111 uiiiMug iiiib upuoinuucnt. tney in
stst mai I'les.um ..ojauvclt thin,
practically announces nis caiidldat)
lor tho t'resiuenty in lv4, and in.i.
Henry C. Payne is 10 be uis political
manager, aim snonly to succeed tseu
aior Mark iiauna as cnu.nnan 01 tin
ueptibiicm iMUionai Commmco.
In ono sense incodoro Roosevelt has
always been n cauuiaalo lor 1..0 1'rcsi
utiuial iioiinnuuuu m iltj-t. ilo woulu
hno ma Jo a llgnt lor 11 had irosldeii
.iixiiue been spared, but Wiicn he
succeeded to the presidency by the
denin of his predecessoi, Theodore
itoosutctt puc Hbiilo all intention o.
openly seeking tne nom.natlon. lit
determined to be satisfied with letting
his record speak tor usclt. 110 ccr
tainly Is umbUlous to succeed him
seu. bill he will not permit that am
bltlon to Intcrlcro wan tho periorm
auto ot his duty as no sees It, ami
oialntnlning a nigh and practical start
dard tor his administration. Ilo Is no
out "gunning lor politicians," aim
whenever he can satlsty tucm and at
mo same time maintain nls stnmlart.
nt patronage and du,y, ho will do so.
Mr. Payne has een his personal
friend lor some years, nnd wns Insts
ent upon his nomination lor Vtcolros
Idcnt In l'JOU. not as Messrs. Piatt am
quay desired, In order to saelvo him
but becauso ho seemed to Mr. Paynt
.0 bo the best man ior tno timet, ant
occause Mr. Payno nlso thof.tu tha
In Theodore Itoosovclt s caso tho Vice
Presidency would not be dcs.ructhi
10 Presidential aspirations. Theodore
Itooscvt'lt Is a practical politician, li
tho broad sense, noiwltnsmndlug liU
nlgn Ideals ot political life, nnd In si
letting Mr Payno ho certain. y has nn
ocrlookcd tho lact tint such a seler
Ion would not oniy Becuro .un thp
services of an nblo man as PnsimnstP
Uencrnl. but would s.rcug.ncn him In
the Northwest, where .10 Is not larlJup
In Btrcnglh. Ilo.h aumlnls ratlvel
onu poiiiirauy t no appointment w.i'
wise. Perhaps Mr Pane ran ho call
ed President Ilooscielts malinger Ir
the 80H80 that ho will be a wlso p
luteal counselor, nut certnlnly not Ir
,. .A..- . 'I,,, 1--,in , tHnf,
ment, which offers largo opportunities
lor creating a political machlna
.lirougn ,uo nppoln muu of po ...a.
ters, will be used for that purpose fn
tho samo high standard ol thnructo'
In pos ofilcu appointments will hi
maintained as was tho rule whtli
Charles Emory Smith was Postmastc
That Mr. Pano will succeed Sena
tor Ilnnna as chairman o tno Itcpubl
ran National Commit. eo is not llkel)
i-or ono reason, Mr. Uanna has not Ir
(Healed any desire to retire just ycl
and ho is probably strong enough wit,
tho committee to uefeat oven Mr
Payno for tho chairmanship In caso o
a contest. Then tho commltteo wnuli
haidly bo guilty of such rovolutlounr
tactics as to rcmovo .cnnlor Hnnn
Tom tho chairmanship, oven If Pros
dent Kooseiclt weie to sanction an
ileum ml such action that would b
absurd politics. A rc-ison nrobahl
more Important thnn ounor ot thes 1
wnv Mr Payno w... not succeed Sen
ntor Ilnnna as National C. airman 1
that Prcsldmt Itoosevclt would rewp
as unbecoming In a ( lhinet omcc
o bo chairman of the Itipubllcnn Nt
tlonal Committee it wouin bo deck
odly ronlrnrv to President Itooseteli'
Ideas of tho duties nnd responsibility
of a Government olucor, as rctlly bt
lug tho nbandonment ot tils Idc.ils c
political life He would no mor
countenance that tlnn ho would fnt
tlonal activity on tho part of Kedcra
olllccrs. Ho hnB already rcmarrd c
cral IVderal ofrielals for furtlnnallsir
Mr. Payno can remain vlco chalrma
cry properly, becauso ho held tha
position prior to bis selection ns I'oi
master General, and its duties nr
practically nominal Just now. And 1
Is even possible that Mr Pano ma
rc-slgh from tho National CotnmltUe
but In that event come friend, cquall
loyal, would doubtless Riiccced him
w . m -
PAVO .8 WlLwOV KILL.
IMltor Evening Uulktlu: 1 wUh (
buy u iuw wmua 111 iutor 01 tii-iv-Ut,
)iicoxb bill 10 maiu) a uauuuai iii.
ou,tiu.int at me yrc'iCiii ui(um..
rirst It would roliovo tho Torrltc.
rial treasury ui onu 01 us uuaviih
opeus(.s inu iiov.uuu pur iar 1.
penuud at uui lupir i1.tueiuiui ion..
men bu uxpeudid on loads, uihoui.
ami uiuur puoui ncioauuiia
becond inu natiunal Uoerumen
would doubtiebb put tv.u or imeo v..
port, bactorioioglb a ut work uiuoiig tit
tepera and a euro lor our unioriiiuutt
iiiiow-nuuiuiib at nolobal iiiigui u
(liuiovered. It tno territory or tn
itepulilli before It mtvu gum any spu
clal attention to luidlug u iuru to.
leprosy thuy hao kept their effoiti
concealed with Manoman aier'ey in
Olhcr may bo an uxpirt baitinologls
anu leprologlst, but I have novor heart,
of any of hlB work in that uin on.
tno propboblcd mutinleu and uljor
der would not or need not occur. Ihi)
do not occur at pest-houses on tin
ilaiiimnd 'this danger exists only 11
tho mind of those mostly uaturulUu
American citizens anu a..ens whe
1 eel that tha Territory ib going to per
dltion whenever tnoy seo a low attir
ago passengers arrive from San
Tho danger of trandport.ng our lup
Tn in Manila or otuci polm In .tut
Philippine Islands is merely cMinirl
cal Tho outi onto wu. perhaps bi
Molokal for Mainland and Huuutlai
lepers and an Island among tho Phil
Ipplnes set apart tor the luju-rs of the
Pnlllpplne group, .t S nOIIU'IT.
Honolulu, January ,), 'Mi7.
-In Honolulu, Jammr
Kuutmttlnul, agid u
3, 1912, Mrs
lllank booke of all descrlpt'oti Of
dgned and made at tho i-VKNINl
DULLBTIN'S Job Ofllto.
The Bulletin's speelal Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this olfico or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
I., n lleclio of thV Ulobo Navigation
Company Is qiilto sick
Manufacturers' Shoe Co. achertlf?
Oxford lies. Sco first page.
(Jollies te Mi I igne, aiu.t.aniirs to t'u
mara ft Co. liquor denlfrs "K Klngst 1
ten snares ot uanu stoci were sulil
on the Exchange this morning tor (97
Tho BChnoncr Hcllpso sails this aft
ernoon at 3 o'clock tor Maui and Kona
Tho steamer Coptic, Irom tho Coast,
duo tomorrow, Is expected barb this
Tho Klnau, from lli.o. will bo In
-arly this ccnlng nnd tho Clamtlno In
1 ho morning.
Abadlc & Co. hnvo opened a French
Laundry on Ilcrctantn sticct. Sec thclf
ad In this Issue.
Tho engagement of Miss n. W. Pa
rish of Philadelphia to I.ouls J. War.
rcn, Is announced.
iiiv iei,i) ttiiliun ot Hi" Uwiiiiik
ulleUn gives n ((inipl"tp rummary of
t non. .lip itnv
Have thirty minutes In Havana by
ordering a box of flno cigars from
Lewis & Co , grocers. '
Mitt uie ui tut) 1 utititaln the popu
ir Ice cream and soda water resort;
Vail. Nichols Co . Mil
Thcro Is a probability that the
steamer Gaelic, from the Orient, may
uo a day lato in arriving.
People Interested In real cstato
should take notice of Sam Decker's nd
u the I'or Sale column of this Issue.
Notico of the regular scml-annua)
meeting of stockholders of tho Clur
Stables Ltd., appears under New To
day. tlourbon Whiskey, C years old, $3 SO;
'laret. 50 cents; 8hcrr nnd Tokay, 75
cuts a gallon at Hoffschlaeger Co 's
Mrs. Knalmalanl, grandmother ol
Mrs. Captain rieeniai., died at 6
o clock this morning. Deceased was
83 years of ago.
Superintendent ot Public Works Jas.
II. Iloyd accompanied Road Supcrlsor
lliomas Lloyd on a tour of Inspection
ot Honolulu streets this morning. I
Owing to tho lato uimul o thJ
2lcctrot)rcs for tha troin. cover of the
now society weekly "Gossip," the first
Itstio will not appear tomorrow as In
tended, but on baturda), tho Utu lust.
Utiii l lt11t.1l iiMitiiios of the Can
nula 1 1 ua Mai Kit Ki,eii yuu a mi
Milt and c-; utiles, lie nlv'.ayp has
11 tuind a fn eh supply of both Callfor
h una luUtid fruits. Telrphoue Main
Thcro will be nn Important imetlnj;
31 tho I'xeiu.ife lomm.itee on the
lomo Ilulo party tonight lor the nu
poso of mnking m.al arrangemm s tor
tho big ratlllcnuuii iihik? metlinK In
no drill shed tomorrow night.
The Hawaiian TraniwajH Co. has had
1 number of new cars built lnr tlu
i ng str.it lino. Jitiitnese workmen
lid tho Job. They are lilto a good
leal heavier than tho old onts but they
iro wider and mora (omfortnhle.
Manv annllcnnts hn. mreaav nrc
unled tlicmsolvcs for the position mil
ho Pacific Mall whur. mum- auitu li
li.iilcilh of Artvio Oilllliaii. A ru
nor to the effect that C'ap,.nn Daliel
mis to sluiced Gllfillnn was dt tiled n'
ho olllte of tho agents tins mnruliig
Tho nppolntruent rcstR with the head
1IIU0 of tho Pailtlc nfull Compaii In
Ian rrantlsro on reiomuieiidatloii
mm Hackfild & Co. of tb s ilty.
A farewell mushnlo wns glvtn at tho
' ante of Mrs. Cornelia 11, Damon
"hurslon nvrntio. Inst night to Mrs J
'.V. Yanidley, on tho occasion of her
ctlremtnt f om the lo.iilerihli of Cen-
ral Union ihnri.li thnlr Prof. Ammo
frs Ann's Mnnt.iguo Turner. II V
Vlchmnn aril othtis roiitrlbuted num
iers and. tavo for tho tone of regret
nor lou'ng the talented lender, tho
holr had a dUlghtful evening
A inciting tif the Heard of Directors
if tho Free Kindergarten and Chll
nn's Aid Society was hild In the ball
if tho Y. M. C. A. this forenoon. Yeij
'ttle of Importance was done.
Thcro wore tevcrnl reports. The ro
mrt of the I'ommlttic appointed to at
tind to tho celebration of Chrletmns
11 tlm wirlous klndeigartins, was ery
uvonihle. It shoned that tho children
of the kludergnrtctiH hud bien well
taken euro of.
The waja and means commltti'H re
lorterl that tho subset Iptluns promised
irt all paid In or would be lu n short
Mrs. Pctcrnon reported that she had
3eu to It that two now Pie-saws had
'jicii put on tho grounds of two differ
Mrs. Krenr stntrd that nhe was send
ng out the regular circulars asking
for new subs'-rlptlons to the Custhi
It was uIko reported that the calen
dars for tho year hid been printed and
Six chlldicn were niiprnid us new
applicant lo the Castle Home.
It was decided that ull meetings In
'he future shall bo In Id In the hall of
the Y. W. C. A.
8I1UMIDA IV tltl8lir,tl..
During the athletic events of tlm
Iani bo out at too corner of Pllkol
nd Klnau streets nu Now Year's Day.
hero was some trouble) mtween the
onlOHtlng parties an- It tecniae nee
sfcary to idll out tjio iollr. No wr
it Mb wiro made. The trouble bo
'weou sonio of tun Japanese did iiot
item to abate, and yehlurduy Kuroila
Mid Shitmlda got to work wttn eluhs
nd nthfi instrument of wiirfs'-o
Both niiui were iinltii liu ll hurt b'it
ui latter rtcidved tho v irst wnuiidn
'le la now In the hospital and Is In "
cry prwnrlous H'a'n unrous wa
rtes'i'U 1111 the cunrgi if iishiuII and
'uttterv Ills 1 Use tun 1- 'Mi In Mi !'
Iio Court thlB foriinonn, but tho nro
Hittlon asked tha tno f"1" " o r
'l 111 tomorrow Attoinuv trtmli i m
hecu ru'nUied by tno de'imi'int ,f,i
irndu's ball has been plated at $50t).
SHOE FOR A
'I lie lilftlicut (Jriiilc
of t lt hIioc tnnilc.
Huh extrn rulilicr
hoIch, to replace
the prcHcnt ones,
when worn out.
McINERNY 8H0E STORE
sale of while goods
Such oxtraordlnary bargains ns wo aro now offering keep this
Rtoro In tho front oh 11 great "Money-Saving House "
Tho following bargains aro the most Interesting news In tho
pnper. and wo expect to sco hundreds of ladles taking advantage of
theso remarkable reductions-
Marked for this
Sale as follows:
LOT A 191. ardH. Sluih 8 1 to.
LOT II 7.' ) arils, U Inch, 35c
LOT C 210 nids. 2 Hull, 01c
LOT 1- 9 1 yards ) luih. GJc;
MTt lino Ijio.
LOT i: SIS )nrds. 1 Inch O net
LOT K 118 Muds, limb, 0c
LOT G-72 jnrds ljlmh. CJc;
LOT It- 72 vnrds J Inch. 25c ill!
LOT IIX 72 ynids. 1-2 Inih, tOr
LOT IX 118 yards, 2 1 2 Inch,
7 I ?v Mild
LOT K- MS M-ds. SSImh. 2Cc
LOT L C60 ynrds, 2 Inch, luc;
LOT M "CO yards. 1-Inch. Go
LOT N 510 ynrds, 3-1 Inch. 5c
LOT O 318 jards. 1-Inch, 5c
LOT I' 10011 arils. 1-2 Inch, 15c
LOT n itO jntds, 1 In. h. Gc;
Oni Int. cnnsts'lng of lS'i
pletes, from 35c to Jl a dozen
CJL.1IN TOIN J. HUTCHIINii,
r.. - - -
McINERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
No More Dre&a
F.itt Dental Chair
TCr.TH KXTUAOTUI) ANU K1LLKI
HSOLlJTELY WITHOUr PAIN b
mr late sclentlllc muthel applied to th
urni, No steep-producing agents oi
These nro tho only dental parlors it
Honolulu havlriB PATENTED APPL1
ANCLS and Ingredients to extract, fll
tad apply gold crowns and porcelalt
rowne undoctocablo from natural luetl
md warranted for ten years, WITH
JUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wor
lono by OltADUATEI) DKNTIHTd o
from 12 to 20 years' experience, am
each department In charge of a Hpclal
1st. Giro us k call, and you will flnr
us to do oxactly as wo advertise. Wi
will tell you In advamo exactly wbai
your work will cubt Dy a ITIEE KX
Set Tcoth SB 00
Gold PIIUnfiR 61 OO
HlUcr Pllllnfis OOc
Our numu uiuuti nui ut. a guitrante
that your work will bo ot tun best.
tSew York Dental Parlors.
rtoora 4, Kill Building, Hotel tfuee
t inn'a im tTTpurnKju,
Hours, 8 a m. to C p. iu.
Bundays, 9 a m to 12 m.
A New Tennis
Now Is tho proper timo to buy
Lmbroldcrics, in lact any ilino
when miii can get Gu per cent
reduction Is a goo., time to bti),
and that's wnat we aro dolns;
Belling these goods at Just half
One Lot 43 Pieces Embroidery.
No two pieces allto in piltern,
In width from 2 to 4 Inches,
good llrm edges, only 0 1-te per
KxcpHent r,iprr.v. wll made;
at a great bircaln. 8 1-3c.
Greit MtrViv of r-ittprn fro-n
2 to 5 Inches wide; extra val
ues; at 10c vaH.
Kxtn nuilltv u 1.2C Va-d.
A iro Moelt o wl'lor F-n-),roiinrin-
rnp-'n" in nrlco frnm
15r to 35r; ront'g f n Krpat
Vflrlrt.- or nt.nns,
jvavnTtnvs to match nil
POINT RUSSE LACE.
Small lot of Point Ittuso Lacn
(w-sh Inccs). In excellent pit
tfrns, at n reduction of 50 nr
itnt lltnrv piece marked with
20,0ro Yards Pillow Case Laee.
In all whlths will bo sold nt act
ual half price
. Jfrrii r--"'i!
HAS NEW GAMES
Wo hmo on exhibition and for salo tho very latest noveltlos
from Santa Claus' workrooms Oumes that jou havo seen advcrtls
ud In the hading magazines and periodicals. Games for young peo
plo; gatms for old people; games for eu-rybody. Hero are soma ol
tho names of ntw ones.
Burrows Balletto Boards
Wo bae all tho old games, ns well nnd also many protty toys.
For years our to) departtutnt has been a most popular institu
tion and tbo stock Is In too grjat a urlety to speak of separately
bwro. Thero Is only one way ti nnd out what wo hnvo. You rfro In
vited to tall and seo eurj thing.
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT we warrant will not be disappointing.
B. W. JORDAN'S
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
'IRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN A8SURANCE CO, of To
ronto. Offices Stangenwald Bldg, UfH
HONOLULU 8TOCK HXCMANGE
Honolulu. Jtnuary ). tocj
NME OF STOCK p;fi'",jJ '
C Oftwtf k Cortptn imok itJ 41)
S ithDO Col't fo,ro 100 ;
I tl. Ktrr Si Co,, LU iv
.i Plnllln Co sono. m
H.illnAnKu,f,",C i.ooouo ion iti
It.alUnCoin ft Su Co f.tilso
Hiwalun Suzir Co o.ooo ,. ..
nprmil -utif Co TJoio I m
MnnnbaA S Itar Co ioooooo f
Hku Sucar Co vooo V t
K.huku IManfillnn Co I fv till t.V
IVI Plant Co ItJ. iww
Kttanutu SuirarCo iojav 'm t,aK
Kfttna Sui ar Co xk. ior 1'.
MrniydabuCo.LJ j..jo,co 6K
O.hu Sura. C , Coryi . A l
rSomaa SuearCo . ' aonjen to
O Wata Sutar Plan Co too."' an IK ....
Olia "iu Co IM.aai .
OlaaS o.Ltd, n4 up , ynju m, t U
w.tii Cnn-nanjr 150 o .4
Paauha'i So Plan Co n.r w.
PaCltC Suttl M I aooo ' .
ri pi.niatlun Co '0.0"
frftkeo Surar Co 5.w " t
PlonKlMHICo .ajooo Ct
Plonrrr Mill Co AtM joooj ,od 4
JValaluaAtr Co, ..1000.. ion y, ...
Valluku Sueat Co rone
Ar.lnanaloSueai Co 'W t$ .
Walmra Mill Co late 1 .
iVt dff Sicamhp Co foaen- - trm
l-tll-lalanlStaain N C tno ont to. 6
la.allan fc'Klflc Co 50t,oor ,0
Hon Rapid Tk I anJC ioj ,o,
Mutual lataphon Co . - 1.
Oahu Ry ft Land Co ..ooooo to, ... qK
Ptipl ale ft M t c C ttooo. .
First National Hank ,,,.
FltatA.S Ilankft T.( ....
Hi.atlanGnv p .... ....
II Ilo R R Co. 6prcl .... w
H n .apll r.nall mi
f w Pl.rtalp A p.r ra. ....
" P ft I Co pr c ua
Oahu Plantation 6 p c la
U r nattnft p.c ..
walaita Aillctl fcp c M
Sales 10 Oahu, ji,
"MadBe sas there arc two kinds ol
men she can't endure."
'What nro they'"
1 Voitnu men trjlni; to act old, nnfl
old men trliiR to act youtiK " Puck.
"Why do jou nlwtus refer to him ni
a man who makes bay while tho sun
liciarsc I hac seen him illrtlnc
with a Brass wllow on a hot after
noon " ChlcaRo i:enlnK Post,
Send the weekly edition of the Du
Ictln to your friends. Only $1 a year.
WILLARD n. BROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co.,
ON 8UGAR SECURITIES
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broke
Member of Honolulu Stock ExchBg
Orders for the purchase or sale of stock
ana pondj carefully and promptly executed
Ground Floor, JudJ BullJlnc
Hostofiice Box joo. I elephons f
Judd & Co., Ltd,
807 Stnnjjcnwjild Julldlnfi.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Aliiln 28