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EVENING RULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15, 1902,
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Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T II., by tbe
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WALLACE It FAIUUNOTON Editor
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Post Onice Hox 718
WEDNESDAY JANl'AItY IB. 1902
Little children loe one nuothci
1 his npplles to h.ink stockholders .is
well sis politicians
Sons ami daughters of Ohio haw
sit a splendid example. White totlu,;
500 for the McKlnlo memorial futnl
mid etpresslng approval of a mono
meut Instead of a playground they
offer the $."00 for tthntoter foim the
As Is well known to the President
of the United States, Harold M Sew
all's resignation from the National
Committee, and his lnnblllt to return
to llawnll are due sole!) and onl to a
decision of Mrs Setvall's plrvsti l.ins
that she should not make l.er perma
nent home here. It will also he Inter
esting and Instructive to the President
that the charge of another .Innrn"
lodged against Mr Sen all t an offlciul
organ of Ooternor Dole ionics from a
source that broke faith with Mr Sew-
all. It comes In fait fiom the onlj
Janus with whom Mr Sew nil had the
misfortune to Irate dealings. When It
becomes possible to make public tit')
Inside history of Mr Sewall's ofllc Inl
career and his candidal) for the (,ot
ertrorshlp of these Islands, the Dola
party will perhaps moro full) under
stand wit) It Is impossible for tlrenr to
meet with tlie lightest measure of suc
cess In breaking dovtn Mr Sewall'i
high standing In national muni Us.
The) are like dogs ba)Ing at the moon
walls and the noise of drajs and.shorrt
Jng of drivers from the nearby crowded
business street Is a constant embar
rassment to tiro best endeavors of
teachers, nnd diverts the children from
oten a fait attention to their studies
Merchants of the city nre endeao.
Ing to meet the competition of illicit
shipments from Coast ports that bate
cut Into their Island trade To do this
more wharf room Is required. There
Is no monc) for the construction of
Thus line upon line tbe demands pile
up nnd the only answer Is no nione)"
and 'no lonildece In the Legislature "
Tire Ooternor tells the community
to wait till the next Legislature to be
elected next Nm ember
Suih a request Is almost facetious.
1 he elei torate Is the same It demands
(ignition now orrlt to be met with i
rebuff from the Chief Executive. The
ele torate prejndiieil In tiro llrst place
against (lot ci nor Dole Is beiomlng
more litter The do-nothing policy is
alienating what support the Ooternor
and the Republican parly bad In tbfl
first Instance Onl) one political re
sult ian be expected from the present
state of affairs nnd chaos of Territorial
flnnne lal and political conditions be
ionic moro clinotlc nnd mote destruc
tle tcpeaie and progress.
Citizens of Hawaii call for a progreH
site leader, tin American, a man who at
least tries, whether successful or not
to work with the people The Presi
dent will strengthen himself, the na
tion and Its recognized pollc) of gov
ernment b) Kiting the Terrltoi) such
a man at the head of affairs
AH TO tiUGlK.
.Nnshtlllc American 1
The people of the United States are
the greatest sugar consumers In the
wen hi No other nation consumes so
in mil sugar per capita Aciordlng to
a Trcasur) statement, "sugar Inrportu
Into the rnlted States In the calendar
.tear 1S0I will cix(ced those of an) pre
ceding )ear b about 230,000,iU0 pounds
nird tiro cost will be greatei than any
preceding )ear except !!'.!, when juices
were urrustiall) high The total nnipor
lower prices from our tropics. Any
way It is viewed, the Pa)no tariff Is
LXPHN6D8 OP VAGHANTH.
Editor Evening Bulletin The morn
Ing Adtortlser Is starting to kick oter
the traces real hard.
What hag come between the editor
and his principals when the forme;
cnu glte nwaythe short-sighted policy
ol the latter in language such as ap
pears on the editorinl page of this
morning's paper under heading
"Should Enforce the Law," "lttllel
Again," nnd "Wasted Charities '
Ench of these editorials has for Its
(Ruse and basis the labor polic) of tliu
planting interests, tiro last niemloneq
charging directly Hint the laborer CI
who came here an nsslsted Immigrant'
"belongs ' to the Interests that helped
him to these Islands Yes' most
Iteartll) )' nnd so do all the ox I
penscs of police nnd prltate patrol
tin1 pelt) (rimes nnd general ilepinv i
it) that Irate conic nulling us through
these unfortunate Importations
It will lie but n short time, froriij
MO present uuuuoit, vvncii sour 1
houses,' pom houses" unci innliite
iranrc of plan's of icfrtgu will be
among the added burdens of the tnx I
pater In this Territory.
Tho Chamber of Commerce soma
dn)s ugo passed resolutions support
lug the tluws'fcnd purposes of tho
Pittsburg Chamber ol Commerce In rej
It Is Hie dotation of the spirit ol
our Institutions, the sheltlng of thu
Illbllcal Injunction to "do unto other!
as we would that the) should do unto
us. the abasement of the lellglou
end precepts of Jesus Christ that lay
ut the foundation of all etll, anarchy
The community has Itself to blamo
if In permitting dotations of Ood a
law It Intltes reprisals against tbr
Let the Adtertlscr and its owners
make one more dlte In tho slimy pool
ol 'special prltllege" and, mn)nnp,
the) will bring up another
ADMIRAL SCHLEY'S WIFE.
The wife of Admiral Sdile) Is a
woman of Intellectual nrrdkeen appre
ciation of what Is good nird Hue, tltl)
the wife of the mair who was chosen
tatlons of sugar in the .tear about to ,, account of fearlessness and t-clf-end
will, according to the Tie.isiir) ! possession to head Hie Oreelt relief ex
llure.ru of Statistics aggregate 4 "-1 iMelltlon
'Pressing demands of the tarious cle
pjrtnicnlB of the gotertrruei.t nird the
stringent condition of the .nonet ni.ii
ket throughout the Territor) bring su
fordid) before the comniiur't) the n
leaslt) of uc Hon on the part of the ler
rltorlal administration that the oflldal
organs of Hie Dole administration belch
forth with a sweeping tirade bitter In
fcctlte against an) and all who pre
some to look to the Ooterrror to pel
form his recognized dut) The organ-
hate one text and onl) one though the
changes nre rung witlt facetious and
Goternor Dole's mouthpieces oppose
a Kpee lal srsslon of the Legislature be
larrse tiro Ooternor refuses to work
with the Legislature or eteu attempt It.
This Is the ono fait rrpon which they
play though they seek to etade it b
wholesale charges of lorruptlon of In
competence or whatnot that may conn
to their distressed minds Tills Is the
single blockade In the pathwa of the
Territorial progress If it Iras an re
deeming qualities It Is that the re
spnnBlbilit) Is centered
The Ooterner of this Territor) Is on
record as setting himself up as super
lor In his Judgment to the whole elee.
torate of the Territor). He assume
the role of a dictator He becomes la
fact the dictator neither listening nor
upparentl) caring what the electorate
may think or where In the sloughs of
financial distress the Territor) mav
flounder Ills own appointees mem
bers of Iris own so-called cabinet hatn
urged upon him tin- need for (ailing
the Legislature In special session to
protlde funds for rrecessar) Territorial
expense. The Ooternor holds to hit
Imperious opinion and maintains his
adamantine Indifference to the obtlouj
duties of the hour Thus this blockade)
becomes personal nnd Individual in 1U
Territorial finance Is now conducted
on what Is teimed n pro rata basltcThere
Is not enough money to go around etea
for the ordinary necessities of Territor
ial departments, hence the Ooternor
assumes practically a legislative pre
rogative selecting aciordlng to his own
Ideas under what appropriations mnn
ey shall be expended nnd nllotlng the
amount of monc) to be used This
method Is follow eel with remaiknble
persistence. It satisfies none but the
Governor, with posslbl) a small chela
of personal friends, and sertes no oth
er purpose than to exploit his refusal
to hate any dealings with the duly
elected representatltes of the people.
f Meanwhile Territorial piogrcbS be-
' ' comes and Is a misnomer It does not
exist. Tho movement Is thoroughly ret
rogresslte Throughout the length and
beadth of tho Terrltoi) the call comes
for the construction anel Improvements
of roads nnd bridges, the leading high
ways of the clt) and toiletry The ap
proprlation has been made, but the
reply comes from Territorial headquar
ters, "No money '
Kewalo, a resldenie district of Ho
nolulu has been pronounced b) various
Hoards of Health as insanitary, i
menace to Its residents and the city at
large. Money for proper drainage and
Improvement was appropriated by the
much-condemned Legislature but no
money can be found In the Treasur) to
satisfy the appropriation. Mer
chants have expended $20 000 to Im
provo the Military conditions of the
waterfront district As long as Ke
walo remains In Its present condition
It threatens to tltlale tho endeators of
the business community to protect the
city from plague Infected ports of the
Orient with which this port Is In con
Children of one of the lurgest schools
of tho city are quartered In a ram
shackle building originally erected as a
warehouse for goods elm ing the plague
epidemic of two years ago. This build
ing Is located In ono of the worst por
tions of the city. Clouds of dust sift
through cracks In the single board
000 noo pounds, and tbe cost about
fll.'i.lriinuuO The highest leiend of su
gar Importations In any pt((cel!ng )cai
were in qurritlty those of Is'.i'J. 4
;t'i'i (17s. out) pounds, ttlille in tnlue thi
llguies of 1S11 made the lilaliest ice end
The Increase In om sitgat icinsiimp
(ion Is shown by the fad that while
there has I). i'U eonsldeinble ihircac in
the pioiliictlnir of hoine-giown sugar
om Imports hate Inereaseel !u pei tent
Mrs. Sehle) was before hoi man lag."
Mine Anna II riauklln bekmglng to a
faml!) that has given famous folk to
the nrnit and nnt) since colonial
times She looks .rlrnent too touthful
for one who looks hack on fort) )eaf.
Ailtnltal and Mis Si hie) nre a most
congenial couple, their Interests are
mutual' indeed, so tlioiouglil) has
her life bene merged In his Hint she
ma) lie sail to be of those luck) tvo-
ilurlng the last decade the lire reuse mem who hate no history She Is a
being about 1.000 000 noo pounds or woman of excellent Judgment and
about ion 000 tons The Importations i while fnrrrk anil free In her conteisa
for the present )ear amount to 1 1,"0.- tlorr with friends, she Is ho tactfully
000 oou pounds. About S per cent of tion-commltul before strangeis ns to
this Imported sugar eaine fiom Hie
tropics. "0 per cent of it being fiom
Cuba. I." per rent of It fiom the East
Indies anil the remainder from the
West Indies and Central nnd South
American iciuntiles ' Die remaining L
per cent Is chlell) licet sugar from Ger
man) anil Austrla-Hungni) During
the ten months ending with October
the Importations of beet sugar amount
ed to .'.",0,000.000 pounds The Chicago
Inter Oiean piesents the following
figures to show the falsity of the plea
of piotectlon against Philippine sugar
In 1900 we of the United States ate
'flnnn lnn' nt mi sir. en 11.0.000 Ions
more than In 18U9 We shall eat this
)ear. at the lowest estimate 2,300,000
tons W't shall eat next )cni not less
tltarr 2,.00,000 tons
Where nic we to bti) this sugar'
In 1900 we bought about 160.000 tons
fiom om own e ann nnd beet growers
about 280 000 tons from Hawaii about
li.VOOO tons from Porto Itlco. 326.01)0
tons from Cuba and .'.TOO terns from the
Philippines, or about S37.000 tons
ginwn on actual or virtual Ameilcan
soil leaving about 1.381000 tons
bought from foreigners for which we
paid them over (00,000.000.
Ill 1901 om owrr cane growus liavo
supplied us witlt about SJU.uuu tuns
arm otti beet growers with iu.000 tons,
lu the ten months ended on October
Jl wo bought 008,000 tons from Cuba1
and 322,000 tons from Hawaii Pur-
muses or thu lust two months ma i
bring theso totuls to 670,000 and 330, I
OOU tons, respectively Porto Hko will
supply about 90,000 tons this year, und
the Philippines less than "010 tons,
Exact and complete) llgures are not
)et available, but 1.417,000 tons Is a
lull estimate of our consumption ot
Birgur grown on actual or virtual Airier
Uun soil, Rating 943,000 tons bought
or lurelgners for which we pay them
To meet our need of L',5o0,000 tons
next )ear our cane growers promise us
250,000 tons, und our beet grow vis ISO,
000 tons Hawaii promises J5O.U0O
tens, and ma) 400,000, and Portu Itlco
125,000 tons, and perhaps 150,000, It
is doubtlul whether these promises
inn be fully kept Tho Lolsiana, Ha
waii and Potto Itico cane growing
areas are well occupied, and tbe beet
Hiigni Industry Is Inrgety experiment
al At any rate, 1,000,000 tome seem
a liberal estimate of tho total supply
iioru theso sources, leaving l.aOO.uOO
tons to be supplied by Cuba, thu Phil
Ipplrres and loreigueis.
Cuba cannot promise at piesent
more than 800.000 tons. Thu export
able surplus of the Philippines was
stated In Cougiess thu other day,
without (ontiudlttlon, to bu only 70,
000 Ions Nor inu this bo rapidly In
cieased. even under tho most favor
able conditions, for sugar making Is
a hlglrl) complicated business, de
manding grent Investments of capital
and linn h labor both skilled and un
billed Heme we ma) conclude, that
our largest possible supplies iron)
Cuba and thu Philippines together for
next )enr will not exceed 900.000 tons,
hating ut least OUO.000 tons tvhriri
enlist bo bought of foreigners.
The Inter-Ocean, which is a Itepub
lit an paper adds "In the light of
these I'm tn lue demand of our canu
and beet growers to bo 'protected
against Cuban, und ospeeiall) against
Philippine 'competition.' Is ridiculous
Yet In orelei to 'protect' them to pio
tect un Industry which cannot supply
one fifth of our BUgnr demund It is
proposed by tho Puyno tariff hill to
tie at the Filipinos as 'foreigners, und
to tux their sugar moro thun wo do
thut of llruzll Ily doing this wo make
It Impossible for tho Philippines to
piosper and alienate their people. Wo
also compel ourselves to pay high
prices for Biigar to foreigners, when
we could just as well obtalu it at
hatei won a reputation ns one of the
most prudent women In Washington
I lei home In that city is nl the Arling
ton, and her apartments there are
rliaimlng ones, and nlwn)s kept redo
lent with flow cis by her marry admir
ing friends Pittsburg Chioiililti-Tele-graph
Why Grace Was Not Said.
A tiny girl of sctcn gate a dinner
party the other day, for which twelve
cut era were lutel, and that nunibei of
small maidens sat down to dine. It
was a real little girls' dinner, nnd the
little hostess herself presided, sitting
at the head of the table. Shu had been
vciy anxious, in looking forward to It
to do everything ns It should bo done.
".Mama," she asked, "shnll we Buy
"No," said mama, "It will be u very
Informal dinner, und I think )ou need
not do that."
That meant ono icremony the less
to be gone through and was a relict,
llut the little lady was anxious to hate
all her guests understand it.. So, us
the) garbind about the table, she ex
plained. .Mama says that this Is such an In
fernal dinner that we need not hate
"No, grandfather, wc must not cross
tin- highway Just yeL"
"And why not, my child?"
"Uecause, grandfather, tho safety
pates havo been raised at the turn a
half-mile away, and tho red ball Is p
on the signal station on the hill "
"Yes, I sec. What does It mean?"
"It means that an automobile Is due
"Not on )our life, grandfather. Tho
last man who tried It was thrown
clear across youdcr meadow nnd Into
a greenhouse Look! There It goes."
"I saw nothing but a whirl of jcllow
inui was it. come now. No, we
must wait again. Tho yellow flag U
up In the other direction. That means
u roce There they go! See Hum?"
"I saw nothing but moro dust."
"They were too quick for you. That
was a bunch of millionaires. They gel
dreadfully reckless. Only )esferday
we picked up what was left of ono ol
them In our front yard, and there
wasn't enough of him to fill a peck
"Can't we cross now '"
"Dear, no! All the yellow flags are
up and all the red balls aro up. and
nil the signal men are signalling. They
aro mining irom notn ways. If wo
have real good luck wo may see a col
lision. Wo get a commission at our
house every tlmo wo report a collision
to tho coronor "
' Dut how will we get ncross?"
"I cues wo will hate to walk un to
the cotered bridge nt the corner of tho
next block" Cleveland Plain Dealer
, r i i ' ! ! !
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HAVE BROUGHT U8 LARGE IN
VOICES OF GOODS, l-ILLING OUR
STOCK IN ALL LINES. .! .: .'. .:
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Ha s Safes
AND ARE OFFERING FROM OUR
STOCK SPECIAL DARGAIN8. .: .:
Fort. Merchant and Bethel Sts.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Walter Diinrosch mndo his first np
piuranco irr San rinncisco lecently
In ciulte n now capacity Ho was sit
ting In n box at the performatrco of
"l.e Nemo eli Pigiro " when tho musl
elan who wns to hav" plavoel the elrum
vns taken III nnd had to leutc the
theater In despilr Hlenor Sopllll
who wns romltirtlne sent for Mr
Dnmrosch to ask If ho know whoro a
Postage on the Bulletin's special !'i
dustrlal edition Is three cents to all
parts of the StPtes
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
P. R. I8ENUBRG, President.
C. P. MERRICK, Mniinficr.
Pietl) nearly eter)thing that )ou
can think of In the harness line Is In
eluded In our big display
Htei) harness wo sell is a bargain,
and we sell all kinds fiom light track
and road to heavy coach and team
harness. 1'ioni no ono elso can you
get the harness talrrc wo glto )ou.
Our customers know this to bo n
fact You can know it If you will and
we nie determined )oti shall. ::..
Clms. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Ltd
125 Mcrclmnt Ht., next to Stnngcnwald Building.
Tel. Main 311.
Postofllcc Box 57
BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. ALL WAISTS MARKED
BELOW COST. CALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
A. A. MONTANA,
Lending Di'CHKiriolclnit House nnd Millinery Pni'lorn.
Arlington Block, Hotel 8t. II. Vi DAVISON, Malinger.
The New Housekeeper generally has
a trying tlmo In selecting furniture
for tbe house.
It Is ono of our specialties to mako
this task a light one and wo take pride
lu furnishing tho parlor, dining room,
bed rooms, etc., tnstefully nnd economically.
When you want
Coyne Furniture Go.
The Keystone Watcb
America's Oldest and Largest Watch
For Sale by
THE PRINCIPAL WATCH DEALERS
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin is the largest -no best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
It Is always filled with good
things to eat. You'to never
seen aiiythlng quite so lino.
Ask tho clerk to tell ou nbout
Come one, como all, bring the
NOT TO BUY,
BUT TO LOOK.
LEWIS & CO
10(10 Fort St.
240 Three Telephones 2-10.
Vo havo recently received
tho finest lino of
CHINESE AND JAPANESE
that we hate ever handled
Vo are so pleased with tho
stock that tvo know It will
please joii and extend to ov
er)body who Is Interested nn
Invitation to come and see it.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Bishop & Company
Established In 1858.
Architect, Contractors and Builder
V. HOFPMANN. J. P. RUBY.
Hoffman & Riley
Transact business In all departments
Collections enrefully attended to.
nxchange bought and sold.
Commercial anel Travclcis' Letters
of Credit Ifsucd on Tho Hank of Call
fornla nnd N. M. Hotiisthlid & Sons,
Correspondents The Bank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydnev, Ltd., London.
Drafts and cnblo trsnsiers on China
nnd Japan through tho Hongkong &
Shanghai Hanking Corporation and
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and
Interest nllowed on term deposits at
the following rates per annum, vlr.:
8even days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Three months, at 3 per cent.
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
Manngo estates (real nnd personal).
Collect rents and ditldends.
Valuable papers, 'Wills, llonds, etc.,
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Prl
Hooks examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL 8TREET.
Deposits received nnd interest al
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum, In
nccordanco with Ilrrlcs nnd Regula
tions, copies of tvhlcr. may bo obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street.
Claui Sprcckelt. Wm. G. Irwin
P. O. Dei i(o
Geo. W. Pago.
F. W. Beardilee.
BEARDSLEE & PAGE
Architects and Builders.
Omce, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, II.
Sketches and .Correct estimates far
nlshed on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
A.IIon & Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attend) to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDEfl
for brick and wooden buildings, alM
Office and residence, 312 Queen St,
near Government building.
M. F. BERTELMAN'S
16 - MOVED
To rear ot old stand. Entrance ox
King street Orders left at either iho
or omce at John Nott's store, Klnj
street, will receive prompt attention.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : T. H.
San Francisco Agents The No
vada National Dank ot San Francisco.
San Francisco The Nevada Na
tional Dank of San Francisco.
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New York American Exchange Na
tional Dank. x
Chicago Merchants' National Dank.
Paris credit Lyonnals.
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Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Dank
of Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Dank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made in
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Dills ot Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, available
in all tho principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposits 7 day
notice 2 per cent, (this form will
not bear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for ono month), 3
montli3 3 per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 1 per cent.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A8SET8, JUNE 3U, 1901, 80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security,
A Saving Dank for monthly doposlts.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS J. L. McLean, Presi
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
C. D. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DinnCTOnS J. L. McLean, A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Oenr, C. D. dray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech, J. A. Ly!e,
Jr., J. M. Little, K. S. Boyd.
A. V. OEAIL
OfHce Hours: 12:30 1:30 p. m.
BISHOP. $b CO.
Savings Deposits will be
received and interest allowed by the
Dank at four and one-halt per cent
Printed copies of the Rulrs and Reg
ulations may be obtained on applica
tion. Office at bank building on Merchant
DISHOP & CO.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital..., Yen 2LO00.OO0
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,510,000
HEAD OKriCE, YOKOHAMA.
Tho Dank buys nnd receives for col
lection Dills ot Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
geaoral banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 month 4
For 6 month 3
For 3 months 3
Dranch ot the Yokohama Specie Dank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
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.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
The pure Juice ot the grapefruit The
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Sole agents for the Territory ot Ha
waii. Offlco and Works, 601 Fort St,
Honolulu, T. of II.
P. O. box 462. Island orderi solicited.
Set of 5 mops, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
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ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENING
MORAL Insure In "The Travellers",
Largest Accident Insurance
Company In the World. ,:
A. C. LOVEKIN
Oencral Agents for tho Territory ot
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M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
H. HackfekU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8treeU, Honolulu.
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