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EVENING flULLETI.. lUJi.OLULO, II. T.. MONDAY, JAN'. 6, 1902.
ROYAL WORCESTER CORSETS
EQUIPOISE WAISTS :: :: :: to be sold
' - AT COST
FERRIS WAISTS :: :: :: :: price.
DOUBLE VE WAISTS ;: :: ::
ODDS AND ENDS in Ladies' Muslin
Underwear also reduced very low.
Come and see our new stock of
BATHING SUITS AND TRIMMINGS
1 ELHERS & CO.. FORT ST, I
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Judd 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.
THE CANTON MARINE INSURANCE OFFICE.
Subscribed Capital $2,500,000.00.
PACIFIC SURETY COMPANY.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Lid.
General Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Agents
A. V. QBAR, President.
THE NEW YEAR'S CALL
and other calls should be mado with a beautiful box of
The boxes alone arc sulllclently beautiful to charm the rnnnt
tasteful, but when filled with Gruenhagen's French Mixed and
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
ronage extended to us dur
ing the past year. Our
stock of GROCERIES for
1902 will be the complctcst
and freshest to be found in
Honolulu, and we are sure
you will find It to your ad
vantage to buy from us.
Have you over tried
HEINZ' PICKLES and PRE
SERVES? They are simply
delicious. Try some. :o
H, MAY & GO.
Telephones 22, 34, OS
P. O. Box 380.
II ive you seen the belitl-,
ful stock of upholstered
leather lounges and easy
chairs we ire now selling.
They are marvels of beaut
and comfort and the prices
are reasonable. ;: ::
Conic unci nee them.
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel 8b.
EMnGTT MAY, Secretary.
Music Is one of the most heavenly of
arts, and the tones of our Westermayer
Pianos do take one quite away and
above this wretched old world and lot
him have a glimpse of the star world
You will like the Westermayer Pia
nos, and jou'll not find It hard to buy
Hoffschlaeger Co , Ltd.
KlnjJ ami Bethel 8ts.
NEW YEAR WELL
By hn InjJ your photo
ttilccn. My work 1h
of the hlglicKt qunltty
J, J. Williams,
Tiilcc elevntor In Boston Block.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY NiORNINQ
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep jour correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty! Despatchl
Tel. Main 76. 96:45. Elite Bldg.
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
tin news-stands. Price 25 cents.
JUDGE ESTEE EXPOUNDS
IN THE BANKRUPTCY LAW
(Continued from page 1.)
Section 1, htilxlU islou 2, and section
.' or tiic uankruptcy Act of 18HS.
And are given Jurisdiction "to ap
point receivers nnd marshals, upon ap
I Ikatlon of parties In Interest . . .
lo take charge of the property of
bankrupts after the Ollng or the poll
Hon and until It is dismissed or t It'
ll uslcu Is qualified." Section 2, sub
division 3 of said Act.
And In addition to tbo jurisdictional
powers spcrlflrnlly emimeiated, It is
further provided that this Court Khali
have "power to make such orders. Is
sue such process and enter such JuiIk
merits in nddltiitn to those spccillcall)
piovlded for as may bo necessary for
the enforcement of the provisions of
this Act." Heel Ion 2, subdivision IS.
Indeed, It lias been held that a bank
ruptcy proceeding Is In the nature of
n proceeding In lem, the acquisition
of jut Indie lion Is based upon the Ink
Iuk possession by tne Court, of tho
debtor's whole pioporty and effects,
nnd upon Its adjudication as to lil
slntus. Monro the Federal Court In
which the bankruptcy proceedings sir
commenreil has jurisdiction of tin
debtor's whole estate wherever sit
unto. .Mnrklnsou vs. Henry, Ted
Cases No. 9038.
Protection of Creditors.
It la further provided by subdlvl
elon F of .Section u" of tho Act. that
"All levies, Judgments, attachments
or otliei Hens obtnlncd through legal
proceeuuiEs against a person who Ih
insolvent, at any time within four
months prior to the filing of a petition
in bankiuptc) against him, shall be
deemed null nnd void In case he Is ad
judged n ImnMiipt and the prupert..
affected b tho lavy. Judgment, nt
tachmiut or other lien, shall he deem
ed wholly discharged nnd released
from the same."
1 lie decisions construing this sec
tlon uie clearly to the effect that It
whs the Intention of Congress b) the
aforesaid section to prevent any cred
itor of an insolvent debtor Irom ob
taining any ailvnutagc over other
cicctllors by legal pioeecillngs during
n period of four months prior to the
tiling or a petition In bankruptcy.
whether voluntary oi Involuntary, and
that all such Ileus were dissolved l
the adjudication. In re Itlehards, '.;
I'ed. J9, 111 re Kenne), 1H5 Fed. WS
Hear vs. Chase. U'J Fed. 92u, St. Cjr
vs. Dalgualt, 103 Fed. S.il; In i
Illnlr, HtS Fed 53", lu re Lester. Mil
The iiio vim I- of the Court Is lo linn'
rhnl the ussetu nl the baiihiupt so
lliut there may be a piopei admlnls
tuition upon his estate, and also thai
I here may be u fair mid just dixlrlbu
lion thercor to his creditois entitled
thereto, and In ro mai shilling the .is
rets or mini estate, tin. Com t has full
powci to restrain any 'Stale or Teiri
loi lal Court or ulllcer from illsimsliii;
of uii) of snld assets until the adjudt
cation b) the United Slates Court ol
the clehloi ns n bnnkiupl or the ills
missal ol the petition.
The piuvlsloiiH of the llanl.riiptrv
Act ol I M.7, iiuiI which Act was li.
Iciio prior to the passage cr the Act
or IS'JV ale practlcall) the hiiiiic as the
latter Ait so inr as tliu Jurisdiction til
Ihu Com I ol bHiihiuptcy is eonieiued,
and there tue uitiucrous cases to he
luiind wheie the i lilted Stales Court,,
me sustained in their exeicisv ol tint
power to restrain all proceeding in
t!tnte courts aliuctiuK the disposition
oi tale of the pmperty of a debtor
pending the decision ot tho Dlstth:
Coil it upon the ipti-stlou of his haul,
ruptcy. ThN Ih done ho that tin
rights of all patties may be preserved
until Ih.- proper court can ndiuliilstci
upon the cHtuto of the bunmupt or din
miss the petition as the fiuiH upon the
heating uiaj dlsclosu to he necessary,
lu the case of In in .Mnllui, I Saw
jer s!, lis ll'ed. Cases .No. M'Ul). alt
eiwanlH allliined hi Judge Field on
appeal tu the Cileult Couil ol thu
.Ninth circuit, it was held that tin
Ulstrlet C'ouit had power to restiatn
te Slate Coint, In a case slmlliir In
the i "K" at Inn and lu a well consider
eo opinion the Com I said.
Ill voliuiliirv cases the tiling of tiie
petition Is an act ot haiikruutc.v. ami
tin el hloi ut the tame time Hill 1 li
dor and is foithvvlth adjudged a biiul,
tupt The Distill t Coil it Is thus cloth
cil -it once lu voluntary cases w It Ii Jiii
(in lion over llie lit men and his mew
cil Hut where the proceeding Is In
vuiiuiliii), the dehtoi Is not aiuii.ed
c bankrupt until tho leluin ami h.-ar
lu ol the older to show cause, and
lii.n tint be then It he havu a hiiiiic lent
deli use Tlu-iu Is, thereloie. good n-ii-son
rot giving the Couit power to en
Join between tne lime ol Illlng th.
ciedllni'h petition and the return ol
the older lo show cuiihc, hh there M
in thuse (iihc'h mi vnliintuiy hurreuiler
of the pioierly and tho title eaiiunl
vest In the assignee until aflei uiljiiili
See hIho the case of ilhike, .MolUtt
& Tow ue t-t al. vs. Fiaucls Valvullu
Co. el al., nil Fed. 1..I1 t.Mnlh CiliHlU.
when- the Com l held.
"A District Couit of the lUnlt'cil
Slates as a court of bankruptcy, under
lite Ail oi .nil) l, lsuj, ims Uie power
lo enjoin the sale ol piojierty of
dclilo.- miller piocess fron. a Slate
The ("emit flintier holding t tin t n
Dislinl Coin I ii.ul the povv r to lake
nnd 'pii-Hi-iti tin- piunn until the
time ai rives wiiiu a pelllln.i lu bum.
niptij muter tie Vet int.) be llleil
ag-ilufl liliu. when It U, shnun I tint
hiieli primps Is the result ol ail net
ol lmiil.iiipic committed b) the deb
or bliue the pashiue nt the ml, in suf
leilur, inn (iiilltm lo obtain a pieim
cine ihiiiugh legal plot cedillas " -Ih
ic Klmbili. 117 Fed. 29. See also the
declstnii of thin Com I rendeieu lu tin
matin ot tin- llankiuptc or l.um Man
Silk, iliilued Sepleiiibei Jutli, J9ul
Orders of Cou.t,
1 am Ihcielore of opinion,
I. That Ihu Judgment creditor Inc.,
lint show u such pioof ol a change nt
doiiili lie by Ihu debtor ns to piovem
Ibis Couit friini assuming Hint tin
domic Hi of origin still exists.
2 HAiimlng that the domicile ot
origin nil Inllgel eUt, .Net it Is (I'M.
Unit the debtor hns proper!) wlthl-j
the territorial Jiiilsilietion ol th
Court, which fait is sullltliut to en
aide this mint in iiKsiiinn Jmlsdli linn
in. a liiinhruplc) pioitedlug Is a pro
'dniii 111 lem ami lliib colli! bus Jin
I Italic lion nt the situs
3. ll Is the nrdei of this i nun Hint
Hie pi.t i,r ol Hie petition be grniileii
nnil the said Paul J Vouller he nil
JikikmI a bankrupt.
I I That tiie r Mr.ilnlni; nrdei hue
, toloi,. Issued lu tills eime was piopcr
l.v Ihhikii ami tin nal'l A. M llmuii,
High SIleillT cil the lenllnr) id tin
wali Is illreiied to i in ii over lu Hie
I'iiHiiI SiiKih Vlntshnli all piopert lu
I his pnsiii i-slmi or limit r his ciui'iol he
1'Ui jinn tu tin- snld Paul J Vcu llei
I ' JJMl'KIS. Jwten.
I luted Janu.ir) Otli, I'jul
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Attotnc) Oeorge lions Is In town.
I S fljerdrum Is here from Maul
on a visit.
J. II. Porleous nnd wife hnvo return
ed from .Maui.
Printing and developing at Honolulu'
Photo Supply So. I
Tho three' masted schooner Stntile
hns nrrlved at Kahulul I
Ulshop Willis returned from Maui
In the Clainlluu jestenlay
Captain .Nicholson of the steamer
Ilelene Is suiTc-rlng from rlieiiniathui
A house on Matlock avenue Is foi
tent. See To Let column on p.-ue s
There Is a big shirt waist sale on at1
A. A. Moutano's. Sco ad In this Issue. .
The steamer Kalulanl Is taking mn-l
rhluery ror the new plantation at llu
Tho V. G. Hall is duo from llu
wall and Maul ports early tomotrow
Walter A. Low lie. with his wife and
child, arrived from Maul In the Cl.iud
The we'eluy edition of the KvenliiK
Bulletin gives a complete summary ol
the news of the day.
Captain 0. V. Murray of the hark
Antiopc came from Kahulul lu th-
Clniulinc on Sunday.
Company O, N. Q. II.. Is ordered to
meet nt 7.30 Tuesday evculng. See
notice under New Today,
An attempt will be mndu to have
the steamer Mauna I.oa read) to go
out on her regular run on Frhla
Uourbon Whiskey, U jenrs old, (3 50,
Clatet, 50 cents. Sherry and Tokaj 7i
cents a gallon at llortschlacgcr Co.'i
The gang of natives nt work on the
Tantalus road has been rcc-allid hj the
Public Works Department. It Is tho
same cry of no more money.
Two hundred und fifty bales of Cali
fornia hay In good order will he sold
by Jas, F. Morgan tnmoiiow at 12
o'clock noon. See ad In this Issue
Don't foigct fnmartnos of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when ou want
fruit and vegetables. He alwas has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
There was a small blare In the Sanl
taij Steam Laiindr Sundii) afternoon
be In ecu 4 and 5. The department wu
not called out. The flames were ex
tinguished bcfoie tiny gteat diiniugp
The haik LMward May Is almost
lend) to sail Horn Klhe-I lor .Mak.iwuli.
?he will tnkc til rue hundred tons oi
coal In the Kauai port and load tlieru
lor San Francisco. Thu W. II Flint
will also sail lor Mal.av.ell as soon
as site has put out her freight for Ka
The bark W. II. Flint alrlved In Kn
hiilui Inst week after a tiip nr eleven
clnys Horn Sun Francisco. She did
not enter tho haihor on nrihal as it
was loo riowded but stood on mid olf
for two da)s, waiting lor the schnouei
Manila to get out. The-li.irk Ant lop''
from l.nd smith Is also In port at
Kahulul after a 20 day trip Irom the.
There are two carriages mi the Wal
klki road mldwny between the turn nnd
Jas. II. llojil's place In a state of col
lapse. One of the front wheels of each
Is smashed and other purls are out of
place. Fiom all appearances, two peo
pie tried to get on the- same side of the
road. Nothing regarding the smash
up could be leal tied at the police sta
tion. In the Fulled States Ulstrlet Court
tills inclining thetil.il of the condemna
tion suit agalust the Honolulu Planta
tion Co was resumed. Allan Herbert
was the principal witness called oth-
pih being put on the stand merel) to
clem up fm Is i elated to his testlmou).
He was still on at recess, having not
leaehcd the point of glvlim a valuation
of the leasehold Interest Involved.
IcFGIHTLIclID AT "IIALLIWA."
1'. C Jones ahd wife. Miss Allen II.
Jones, Miss Helen Jones. Mrs. J. A.
Ilenrhk. Cil, Mr. and Mrs. II. A.
Stiong. Rochester. N. Y.j Mr. nnd Mrs.
H. C. Strong, New York Cltj ; Mrs.
do. It. Carter and maid. Misses F.lltd
bcth and Phoebe Carter. Cly; Miss
Olln Gregg. Rochester. N. Y.; Miss J.
C Carlson, C J. Itlttcnliouse. Miss Wil
cox, Miss Mae It. Davis, J. S. Me
Candless, I,. I.. McCnndless, J, A. Me
ctinillcHs, T. R. Itoblnsun, Mis, Alice
Drown. Miss Alice II. Tabor, F. .1
Armstrong. Avery T. Scurle, City, Mii
Mary F. Clark. Wablawa; Mrs, II. S.
Tabor. Miss II. S. Tabor, City; Then.
.Mac li oil, i:vn Plantation, T. II. IV-
tile, Frank lliiatue-e and wife. Master
Harold Htistnce. Cil) , II A. Allen mid
wife, San FranclHio; J. A. Gllmau and
wife, Cil) . Miss lone lluwle), Han
Franelsio, Miss Cordelia Gilinan. Ho
nolulu; Mrs. D. A Hinder, Miss Fllu!
Mnrgaiet Render. Miss Agnes Smyth,
.Miss M i: Killenii. II. P. Fakln, W A.
Kolniar. (i. II. Cartel, C. du Rol and
wife, City, c. II l.jmberry and wife.
New Voik. Richard J. Vltii'c ill. Wal
I'-ihu, Roy Douglas. Fiua Mill; II A
Ju'll and wife, Rnbt Siott. City; liai-j
ry .1 llalstou. San Fr.indsdi, Jno l.lt-i
Hh. Wiilalua, W Lam. II. .M Whitney,
IV Richard Ivirs, Clt).
Car No. 11 of the Ti.iniwas linn win
loliliccl of one of lis hocs at Mm Ti'al.
ktkl in minus of the Hue at a late hour
Saturday nti;U. 'I ho cur had rciu'hed
the end of tho line and tho dilver a
I'orliiKiicse, Kot out to cIi.iiikc! till
hursts. While he was dolnir. this, the
Ujrce men in the car took the ho ind
made off Into the darkness, Tin driv
er siw the men (joins "I'd c.illii to
them hut tin) took to (heir luen ,uiJ
disappeared In the park. The driver
did not like the looks of the darkness
mid returned to Hie uir. Tho police
have Iu'cmi In possi saIoii of the fmts
hut have not jet linn ahlc to i;et nay
clues The driver sajs h would know
the men yre he to n-e them aii.iin
1 hi re was In the iiPlcOitiuibood of (t In
small , n.uiite in the hot.
Illnnk books of all description do
idptiod and tiunlo at the j.VlININ'U
'iL'I.Lin'l.N'S Job OtllC".
brijh " I Si' 'Li? The J, & M. lacker'
WP S B "no French stock, of smooth surface.
StKa A no 'chipping, no scuffing The only
"JfSilf black leather that ran ho worn 3U5
sjk 2fV ',a '" a Jonr without Injury to the
Sk JR f'''' "T'11' highest-grade shoe made in
$LfiW the Culled States .:, .:
r:r;:::lMclnerny Shoe Store
sale of white goods
Such extraordinary bargains ns vv am now offering keep this
store In the front as a great ".Money-Saving House."
The following bargains are tbe most Interesting news In the
paper and wo expect to sco hundreds of ladles taking advantage of
these remarkable reductions.
Marked for this
Sale as follows:
LOT A 19 yards. 3 Inch. S 1 3c.
LOT 1172 yards, 1-2 Inch, 35c
LOT C 210 yards, Much. 61c
LOT I) 9) yards Jlnrh. OJc,
very tlno lace.
LOT K 218 ards. Mnch. r,c net
LOT F 118 yards, llneh. 6Je
LOT (1-72 yards, lj-lnch, Clc;
LOT It 72 ynrds. J-lnrh. 2ac dz
LOT I1X 72 )nrdB, 1-2 Inch, 10c
LOT IX lit ynrds. 2 1-2 Inch.
7 I 2c yard
LOT K- IIS )nrdB. 3-8-lnch, 2uc
LOT L CSO )ards. Mnch. 10c;
LOT M 7Cd yards. Mnch, 5c
LOT N 510 yards. 3-1 Inch, 5c
LOT 0-31S nrds. Mnch. 6c
LOT P- 1000 yards. 1-2 Inch, 15c
LOT Q-S30 )nrds, Mnch. 5c;
One lot. consisting of ISO
pieces, from 35c to l a dozen
i hum lu i ill run
CLIINTOIN J. I-iUTCi-ilINS,
m:,"n jE&Sk R
V yf ' -J
(irnMt ll v If
McsltNERlNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TRUTH EXTHACTKI) AND FILLED
VIISOMITKLY WITHOUT PAIN bj
inr late scientific method applied to thr
$ums. No sleep-prodiiclUK agents oi
These am the only dental parlors Ic
Honolulu having I'ATKNTKI) AI'PLI
ANCfCS and Ingredients to extract, till
and apply Kohl crowns and porcelain
crowns undectccahle from natural teeth
and warranted tor ten years, WITH
OUT THK I.i:AST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
Mch department In charcc of a Special
1st. Give us a call, and you will line
us to do exactly as we advertise, Wi
will tell you In advance' exactly wha
your work will cost uy a KHEE EX
Set Teeth $3 00
Gold Crowns $5.00
Cold PIlllnjlH Pl.dO
HIIvcp HllllnrVH ROc
sin PI ATFC
" Rfn... VA!-Mti&
Our name alonn will 1 a Kuarante
that your work will bo of the. best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Itiiom I, Kltto liulldlilK, Hotel Htreet
i Allivq IH TTPKiiANCIC.
1 lluuix, $ a m. In C p m.
Suuda), 'J a ui to 12 m
yftrtQ toy va tyi&r
l . .lit Jj
Now Is the proper time to buy
Fmlirolilerles. in fnct, any time
when ou enn get 5u per cent
reduction Is a goon time to buy,
and that's wlint we are doing
selling the-Ho goods nt Just half
One Lot 43 Pieces Embroidery.
No two pieces nllku In pattern,
In width from 2 to 4 Inches,
good firm edges, only 6 t-4c per
i:cellcnt patterns, well made,
nt a great bargain, 8 1-3c.
Oreat variety of patterns, from
2 to 3 Inches wide, extra val
lies; at 10c yard.
Kxtra quality 12 1-2e yard,
A largo stock oi wider Km
broideries ranging in prlco from
15r to 35c; consists of a great
variety of patterns.
INSERTIONS to match nil
POINT RUSSE LACE.
Small lot of Point Itnsso Lace
(wash laces). In excellent pnt
terns, at n reduction of 50 per
cent, livery piece marked with
20.000 Yards Pillow Case Lace.
In nil widths, will be sold at act
ual half price.
i uuiiirHii I
HAS NEW GAMES
. Wo hnvo on exhibition nnd for sale the very latest novelties
from Santa Clans' workiooms Games that you have seen advcrtle
ed In the leadlni; magazines nnd periodicals (lames for youiiR pco
plo; Karnes for old people, uamo for everybody. Hero uru bomo of
the names of new ones.
Burrows Balletto Boards
Wo havo all tho old cames, ns well, and also many pretty toys.
Kor yars our toy departnn nt has Iwcn a most iiinlar institu
tion nnd tho stock Is In loo gr.-nt a vnrlety to speak of separately
hero. There! Is mil) one way to Unci out what wo have. Yon are In
vited to cull and pee ovc'DtlilnB.
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT we warrant vrltl not be disappointing.
B. W. JORDAN'S
J. M. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phtladtlphti,
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
Offices Stanaenwald Bldg. M
HONOLULU STOCK EXCflANGIf
Hon.luh:, Januar 6. toes
NAME Ol- STOCK ITil?! B,
C. Drtw r At Comen
NS chD(j CoLM
L B. Krr It Co.. Lli
ti PlinlAtlnn Ca '
nainni.om &u 1.0
HiwiMin Ser Co
Honomti Suar Co
Kahuku Planuilon Co
1. 1 If. ?
Klhfl Plant Co ltd
Klahutu SurarCo .
Koloa Sutar Co
unu autar ut.
Ookala Suear Plan Co
OlitSu Co.Ltl, ail
Otowalu Company ,
PaauFuu Su, Plan Co
Pacific Surr Mill ,
PaU Ilantatlofi Co I
PpMlco Surar Co
Plonwr Mill Co Ai
Walalua A(f Co.
Walluku Sarar Co .
Watnanato Surar Co
Walma Mill Co ...
ATI drr Stt amthlu Co
iaaiian L'ectrK Co i
Hon Raeli T. LandCo
nuTuai 1 titpnon Co
Oahu Rv A. Lanl Co
Paoplt't let Ac K t't Co
FlrM National Bank
FlfMA S HinlctkT.C
HawallanGov j pr cn1
Hlto H U Co. 6 percent
Hon Mapli Trnlt
Ewa plantain 6p cnt
vsanu l n fr t
Oahu Plantation A p .
Olaa Plantation 6 p, t
Walalua AtrKbi ftp c
'.MlltlltnC ' Kl.l n titti1l CTlr1 .m,.h..
my dear. 1 do wish I inlrtht give sonw
money for poor children s dinners."
"Rn nn innv itiirllMi. lli n.,.r.
in). I haven't an monc ' "WVII. ilar
liliK If yon lltcc In ro without susar.
I will rIvo oii the- money instead, anil
then inn will luiw, untti., ' 'l )., u,fi
child considered solcmnl) for a mcv
ineiii unit men said "Must It he so
car. tninmnv'" "Wtiv nn ilnrllnr" r
don't much mind What would you
lilc to do without''" "How- would soap
no, mummy, men' exclaimed thc
small maiden in triumph. I'hlladcl-
W1LLARD B. nilOWN.
W. A. I.OVK,
fialstead & Co.;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
8toek and Bond Exchanrje.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchaagi
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly exscutsl.
Ground Floor, Judd BulMlnc.
Poitoffice Box joo. Telephoos i6j
Judd & Co., Ltd.
807 -KtantJcnvvnld Hulldlnfi.
I. O. Box 007. Tel. Main 22S