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EVENING DUU..ET1N, HONOLULU, H. T.. MONDAY, Jan. 20, 1902.
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There are two sldis to tin Mini wa
tcr right qiU'Ktlun lint fmni ill men
tations the (Sow mm luix follcmed hit
usual course In llstinlng to onl oim
Sen retai y Coopei handbook neheino
Is a very good one If for no other
reason than obv luting the assumed ne
rculty for the Supienie Court spending
public monej to ilitiilnte a partisan
publication among Its correspondents.
Arbitration as proposed b the re
cent labor and capital gathering under
the ouspic.es of the Civic Federation
has won Its first vlitor It Is safe
to predict the successes of this move
ment will o ci shadow 1U falluies
S M Damon would undoubtedly
make a far bettci Uovernor of the Tcr
ritor) than the present Incumbent, but
he ian"t expect to nuke muih head
way with the present niUnlnlstratlon
unclei the Demociatlc banner.
Thurston's Advertiser has done Its
best to kill off Deltgatc Wlhox hut
according tu the authentic telegram te
delved bj the Delegate's fatnllj there
seems to be little reason to believe
that Mr Vikux. s life lb seriously
Now Hat van! admits that Cults who
helped dtfeat Yale was a piofesslonul
and should have been luled out Tim
admission of un en or Ib highly crcdl
table to Hnrvard but It doesn't help
out the mans fi-cllngs who banked hit
pennies on Yule a a wlnnei.
lnditem nl by an unnecesjai.v feat of
foieigners the Empress Dowager Is
Instituting man innovations on her
retuin to the 1'orblddcu City This Is
linfuitunntel.v no guarantee that she
will not go off on a tangent when sh
hums from experience that the for
elgn powers have no Intention of kid
The appointment of J. Castle Hldg
waj to the Tenltorlal committee ought
to bring common sense and good poli
tical Judgment to the councils of the
organization It Is fiuthermore to 4
hoped Mr. HldRway will bo able to at
tend a committee meeting In this city
before the next Territorial convention.
and thereb) break s. record for outside
Two new Journals have made their
appearance In the local field. Gossip
deals with the social swim and Th
Spokesman expounds the faith of the,
Democratic party. Eath has a Held
hitherto undeveloped and under the
careful management and energetic
hustling promised by promote both
the publications appear to hnve cvei)
reason to expect success.
Hawaii load boards while appredat
Ing the good work done by Superlnten
dent Hojd during his tour of Inspei
ituu. Btiiuu'M.v oujcri in pjjing wie ex
penses of the trip These road boards
VcilA thllu thru,., nnn ,1...... nt.n!.....
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tlons. If any work Is to bo done the
1ni.ll TlAffMlll. miRl ill.. Ttiniui In . ..
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If Carnegie will get some of the Im
portant labor leaders on the board of
trustees for his J10.000.000 Institute, ho
win thereby strengthen the opinion
that his scheme Is non-partisan In all
Its operations. Educational Instltu
tlons are supposed not to consider the
opinions of financial support when ex
pounding the truth. The Indirect la
fluencc, however, has alwuys to be
counted on. It Is n factor and a very
decided one whether the educators llkn
to sa so or not.
It Is really too bad, the way Thurs
ton carries on about Judge Gear. First
he feels bad and so expresses himself
because the Judge Is anywhere around,
and the next mood Is to rise In wrath,
saying spiteful things because th
Judge Is not here. As Judge Gear was
granted a Jeavo of absence by the At
torney General, Thurston will enjoy his
powwow 8 all by himself. Thurston's
dictatorship unfortunately for him does
not extend bejond the present Incum
bent of the Governorship and even
that Influence promises to be short
It Is utter nonsense to presume that
the business Interests of this Territory
will not bo given a hearing on all
measures Introduced in Congress deal
ing with our local affairs. Every citi
zen of this Terrltor who wants a
hearing on Hawaiian measures will got
It whether he bo a millionaire 01 a day
laborer. The lontuitlon, however, that
capital will necessarily dominate thii
,tounseln of public men U as silly as
the supposition of its hilne shunted
aside. Capitalists have lights hut If
an attempt Is made to crowd the poorer
cltlen In government opeiatlons or
privileges it will find much unpleas
antness In national circles
All this talk about harmon) in Hilo
appears to have been unnecessary.
Two committeemen of Hllo have been
agteed for two weeks past on the noml
atlon of J. Castle Rldgway ns succes
sor to Mr. Glbb. Advices by the last
luM Indicate that the third Hllo mem
ber is not sharply antagonistic to this
course, hence the pathway, of the Ter
ritorial organization Is clear Bailing.
This lllto Incident shows that Hono
lulu and officials of the organization
should give their first attention to liar
mnnlzlng the schisms In local rank,,
which can easily be accomplished by
Influent Ins the Governor to do some
thing or give way to some one who
Tew there are who will disagree
with ex-Senator Chandler's plen for n
relief of the President from the many
minor details whlili take time but ate
hv no means national In their scope
1 hi re ure mighty few, however, willing
to pimtlie what they pleach. When
there Is n f.utlonal light over the poit
niastei at some li.ick town cioss roads,
their Is also an Invariable rush to the
President tiillilpless him with thegne.lt
Importance of the nffalr unci the neies
sltv for his personal attention It will
be n long time before Hit people of the
I niti'd States will fori go their piesent
privilege of practically walking Into
the Presidents office and s.olug, 'How
aie vou. Tedd) '
Kipling In fast becoming as much
of a thorn In the lliitlsh tksb as the
Ifr themselves The lJoeis Jab
their opponents and Kipling straight
way tells how It Is done, all of which
rrnilnilu thn morn nplf-R.itfsflnil llrll-
ishcis that lots of holes arc being torn
in tne rrtice llicj supposed tnev owned
around the earth.
County and municipal government
for the Tcirltor of Hawaii Is a cer
tainty. In the election to be held
uext Novembei municipal government
will bo the leading factor and the
part) opposing It may expect defeat.
These facts are admitted by nil po
litical parties n ml factions and vol In
the face of this situation, serious be
cause of Its Importance lo every tax
pa)r and every citizen, the parties,
the factions and the people aie busy
I'p to the present time the smug
gles with municipal government have
resulted!)- In a hurriedly framed coun
ty bill by the Home Utile parly and an
c.uunlly lnurled municipal law for Ho
nolulu framed by the Republican com
mission. Thcie It rests and there i
bids fair to remain. Judging from
present Indifference or laziness, until
n few months or weeks Ik fore the
election when all turtles may t lit ti to
and tr.v to accomplish In an hour what
the should have weeks to pioperly
and competently perform The old ciy
of no time' will have no fone or
etfec t In the next election. The pio
fesslon.il citizens have had .ill the
tlmo there is. If the) have not Im
proved it the fault Is with none but
themselves All) effort to make prom
inent the ' time" er) will be worse
than useless. Citizens of this Tcirl
tor) are determined to at least eair
out this phase of Tcintor-I "lop
ment on traditional American Hues,
and it behooves part) leudeis and pub
lic-spirited citizens to prvpuie, not for
opposition, but for u piopcr diicctlou
of this overwhelming and iadk.al
The Republican municipal ait wax
cat u bad one. It was not lumplctc,
however, or full) satisfactory to the
frnmers. Nothing has been done to
perfect It. It has stood at soil of u
beautiful generallt) supposedly to bu
taken up again sometime In the
sweet tomorrow. What few oppo
nents of municipal government there
ma) ho are banking their hopes ou
the present do-nothing policy. The
mind of the electorate Is so fully mado
up, however, that present clclujs prom
ise ouly the enactment of an unstud
ied law containing defects that can be
forestalled it citizens will but set
themselves to work.
The municipal act ought to receive
the attention of the Republican Terri
torial Committee, If the organization
has reached tlie point where It can
do awa with Internal warfare and be
gin to prepare the way for aggressive
work. The Republican Commission
has ncvci been discharged and there
Is no reason why Ithould nut continue
the work so well begun but never
completed. Nothing can be galued
and a great deal bids fair to be lost
by tho present dilly-dally do-nothing
WANTS TIIH BAND.
Editor Evening llullctln. Can )ou
Inform a stranger, through the col
umns of jour paper, to whom 1 have
to appl) for the services of the Hawa
iian band, to boom a lot on KuiniuM
I see, that Is what our band Is for,
to boom and advertise hotel bar rooms,
real estate (Pacific Heights), private
dinners, etc. So different from olden
times, when the common people or tax
pa) eis had an enj0)iiient of the music,
and not only the 400 live dollar blue
Is not our Jcuncsse don-e going lo
the bad fast enough without being en
ticed by fashionable hotels, nt the ex
penso of the masses, who are deprived
of the one of the few pleasutcs this
Our ho)s and ghls like to listen to
the band, when It plays In the squares,
or at Makee Island, and the outside
parties can afford to hire the quintet,
My pen is veiy had,
Honolulu. Jan 10, 1900.
TIIH BEET SUGAR INDUSTRY.
In the )ear 1SD3 Messrs W Uajaul
Cutting and Hcnr) T Oxu.ud, dnci-
tors of the Ameilcan licet Su'ir Com
panv Issued a caicfiilly piepuicd state
ment bearing upon the .ireifllubllli) of
tlie Deet sugar business It w 13 iheu
piopcised to lalse J14.00U u)U lu bunds
and prefeired and common stock fni
the purpose of propnil) capitaluln tncj
existing beet sugar facloriei and 11 le
qualel) eularglng them, hence the two
gentlemen referred to drew up a state
ment setting forth their le-ascini (or
believing that tho business was a safe
and lucrative one, and this hci sent to
those who. It was believed, might sub
scribe for the new Issues of stock and
bonds. The New York Evening Post
has recently reprinted this statement,
which is certainly interesting, con
sidering the strenuous opposition that
the beet sugar Interest Is making
against trade rcclproclt) In nny form
with cane sugar growing countries,
and particularly an) form of trade reci
procity with the soon-to-be-cicatcd
Messrs Cutting and Oxnard afllrmcd
In this statement that the views there
in expressed represented the results of
ten )ears of experience. They had
leirned a great deal In that time, nnd
had also been compelled to discard
much that they had previously nssum
ed. It hud been an uphill task to In
trodiice a new manufacturing Industiy
of great magnitude into this coiintr),
and It had been difficult to convince tho
farmers that It was to their Interest to
sustain tlilo Industr.v In certnln placet,
notabl) In Nebraska, encouragement
that had been offeicd to the manufac-
tuicrs by the State government was
icpudlatcd when the Populists enmg
Into power. Hut tho result of these
ten )cnrs had been to convince Mcssis
Cutting and Oxnard that the business
was quite a prolltable as the) had as
sumed that It would be. The) Insisted
that the outlook for the future was nil
encouraging one. The product manu
factured was one of universal con
sumption and nf read) sale; It was
turned out In a foim leady for ton
s.imptlon, vvlille, ns the Cnltcd States
was compelled to Import three-quarters
of the sugar It consumed, and ns It
would Inke .100 factories of n dally ca
paclt) of 00 tons each to produce tha
equivalent of Importations, competition
by homo production which would re
duce prices was not to be anticipated
for many years to come
As to tropical competition that Is
the competition of cane Biigar Messrs.
Cutting nnd Oxnard said that Portu
Rico was too small to cut any figure,
nnd the Philippine Islands did not pos
sess, and could not readily obtain. Un
necessary elements for an expansion of
the sugar business. The island of Cu
ba It was ndded, was so situated that
Its sugar Industry could rapidly recover
lost ground, provided the labor que
tlou was sulisfnitorllv settled. There
wns. however. In theli opinion, no fear
that Cuban pioduitlon, even under an
nexation to the I lilted States, could
expand to a point wbcie the I'nlted
Stales would become un exporter In
I stead of tin Impoiter of sugar Hut
I the chief gioiind for lonlnlenie was
' full ll.t In tlin lu.lt.il Clir.cn rif t.tttin,, nv-
,v.., m ,..v Mi.,.-, iiiiw 1 Kill mill .."
pressed that lie el sugar could be pio
cine i-il heie chc.ipci than it could in
Euiope "The sugar Indiisti) ' they
said. 'Is, after all. lueielr nn agile ill
tin ii 1 one We can uudeisell Europe In
the production of all oilier ciops. iiud
sugar Is no exieptlou "
I'lie) went ou to show that. If sugar
was iidmltled to this coiiiitiy dut) flee,
the piohabllitlcs were that In u re lined
fen in It would not sell below four
cents apound . The experience of theli
various letlncrles piuved that from a
ton nf beets at least 2.10 pounds oi
giuiiulated sugar could bo manufactur
ed, hence, on the lowest probable price,
fiom each ton of beets the) would ob
tain $lu worth of rellued sugar. As
$1 a ton was paid tor (lie beets, us tin)
expense of working the beets Into su
gar was between - and 3 per ton,
there was the possibility of a net
pioflt of from $3 to $4 for every ton of
beets converted Into sugar. As the
Oxnard refinery nlnno had a capacity
of converting Into sugar 200,000 tons of
beets per annum, It was easy to see
that on the free trnde basis there was
a large possibility of profit In ths
beet sugar business.
It may not be altogether fair to bold
Messrs Cutting and Oxnard too closely
down to the optimistic estimates of n
financial prospectus, but, on the other
hand. It It Is said that they ma have
exaggeiated In thus depleting the pos
nihilities of the future for the puipose
of gaining financial support, wh) may
It not be possible that the) are also
exaggerating when they now affirm
that their Industry will be ruined If a
concession is given which permits of a
reduction being made In the duties on
Cuban sugar? Wo should nut permit
the building up In this country of nny
Industry which must always elepenA
for Its maintenance upon government
assistance. The entlro thcoiy of pro
tection, ns It wns first announced, was
tho sustcnanco of Inriint Industiles,
but from this a step forward has been
taken toward the plan that It Is ad
visable to encourage the establishment
of Industries which aie so far exotic'
that by no possibility of time or cul
ture can they ever be brought Into a
natural, self-iisustiilnlng condition.
Messrs. Cutting and O Mia id two )enrs
ago affirmed that the beet sugar In
dustry was so lusty an Industrial In
fant that It could at an) time stand and
run ulone upon Its ow u feet The) now
nffiim that it Is such a weakling that
It can never walk alone In elthei case
It Is not nn Industry which should
commend Itself to the gencioslt) of the
Tim KALUA PIGIU'.
The oul) defense which the fileud ol
Judge Knlua nuw Interpose to waul oft
tho charges piefened li) ditj News Is
that Judge Kalua was an indent an
nexationist and pi lived a potent fac
tor in deciding annexation Issues. This
Is quite tine und Is very much to .ludga
Knlua's incompetent-) and misconduct
on the bench It is notoilously ti tie
that Kulua was uppolutetl to (lie judge
ship of the Second Circuit In the (list
plate as a lewuid fm political seivlccs
rendered, iiilhei than 011 annum of his
fitness foi tlie plate Something had
to be given to him nnd for obvious
reasons, the Honolulu authorities did
not time to take tlie ilsk nf appoint
ing him us Shcillt of Maul Tht-ie was
nothing lift to ilii but to saddle him 011
tlie long siiffeilug people of Maul ,ts j
ciniiii juuge, ami llieic- Is nothing left
to be done now but to appeal to tliH
President to lelleve the people of Maul
from a Judge whose wannest friends do
not and tanuot deny the clutiges for
mulated by the News.
Mrs. ItooHovelt has established a
cabinet day lor the ladles of tho Pics
Ident's official family. No other mis
tress of the White House has ever he
fore done this. Tuesday mornings aro
to be the time.
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1S5 JYIcrchnnt St., next
SHREVE & CO.,
To facilitate trade with tho Hawaiian Islands, will deliver
alt goods purchased or oidered of them, free of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning same to San
Francisco. Goods will bo Bent on selection to those know
ing the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
market & Post 8ts 8. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo have tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
nnd Sllvcrwaro west of New ork City, and aro prepared to
furnish special designs.
IIA8 TUB MOSQUITO UCliN
Some cirors live a long time, eveu
though wounded by the shafts of ex
posed c. spiritual and scientific For
generations this world has believed
that the mosquito, whose bite Is so an
no) Ing, is a native of New Jersey, and
that, fiom the Jersey flats, so-called,
wueio he bleeds, he spreads nut tu
New Yoik, lliookl)n and other places
where the population Is sufficiently
dense to afford him good feeding
giounds. The Jeisey mosquito has also
brought the State Into bad teptite be
cause of this alleged pernicious acti
vity Hut now comes Plot John U.
Smith, Slate entomologist, und de
clares that the Jersey "skeetei" has
been maligned and thut he doesn't
bite, and thut. in fact, the "so-called"
Jeisey mosquito does not tome from
New Jersey at all, but f 10111 Long Isl
and This seems to shift the onus to a
legion that has hltheito enjoje-d im
munity fiom suspicion not that them
havo been no mosquitoes on Lang
Island, for tht-ie have been plenty of
them, but they have alwa)s been re
g.iiilcd us colonUeis fiom tlie ' lllue
Slate " The Jeisey mosquitoes uic now
supposed to be jubilant ovei this "vin
dication" und intend to call a conven
tion nt an e.uly and auspicious date,
weather peimlttlng, to pass resolution'
of thanks to Piof Smith. What tho
Long island mosquitoes will do about
It leuialnu to be seen, but It Is llkel)
the,v will make their ilispleasuie with
Piof Smith foi this aliened cxposuu
01 libel felt at a fitting oppoitunlty
I'he pinftsscu Mid 11 fuitbei good
wind fen the mosquito, dec lining that
he huh 1101 mall) a veget.iilnii. anil oul)
tool; animal food when he could get
nothing else The inotqullo we know
best Is the lunimon bouse moMpilto
and lit's 11 liustlei 'I he tip that Piof
Smith seems to give Is that one should
keep plants In plenty for 111 in lo feed
upon N01 tlocs he believe that the
bite of tlie malarial mosquito Is of It
self hiiflieient lo transmit malaria, In
dependent ofothei fnvoilng coifStlo;v
The common house mosquito Iuih a sci
entific name It Is culex pungens, while
the mulailal mosquito, who Is a fly-by-night,
Is of the Anopheles clan. The
first lies fiat against the wall and has
HAVE DROUGHT US LARGE IN
VOICES OF GOODS, r-ILLING OUR
8TOCK IN ALL LINES. .! 1
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:. WE ARE AGENTS FOR .:
AND ARE OFFERING FROM OUR
STOCK SPECIAL BARGAINS. .: .:
Fort. Merchant and Bethel Sts.
Pretty nearly evcothing that you
can think of In tho harness line Is In
cluded In our big display.
Every harness wo sell is n bargain,
and wc sell nil kinds from light track
and road to heavy coach nnd team
harness. 1'ioni no one else can you
get the harness value wo glvo you.
Our customers know this to bo n
fact. You can know It if )ou will and
ne ato determined )ou shall. ::-....
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to Stnnfienvvnlil Building.
long banded (or did he mean handled?)
legs, while the malarial mosquito
stands nt right angles to the wall. Tho
Instinct of man Is, however. In both
cases to make the wall tenant stand
flatter still und soften all angles
New York, Jan. 4. A cable to the
World from Loudon sa)s: The an
nouncement that Muxlne Elliott lunch
ed with tho King at Marlborough
House Just before Chilstmas has arous
ed much Interest. Hers Is the only
uame mentioned of "a part) of acti ess
es' who composed the company on that
unique occasion. Mrs. Tree, Edna May,
Mis. Jliown Pottci nnd Ada Reeve. It
Is nuclei stood, vvcie also ptesent, while
the masculine balance was supplied In
the genial persons of Lord .Marcus
Beiesford, Alficd Rothschild. Reuben
Sassoon, Sir Thomas Llpton, Sir Er
nest, casseil and Sidney Orevllle. The
actiesses received their Invitations to
luncheon while Quten Alexandra was
suffering fiom her alleged cold. Max
Ino Elliott sut at the King's right
In view uf the piomlsed pilvncy the
, King Is deeply anno)ed at the disclos
ure of his hospitable compliment to
these stage beauties.
I Havana, Jan 4. The tilal or tho
eases arising fiom the Cuban Postolflcn
embezzlements opened today lu tho
Audencla Couit befoie live Judges. The
louitiooni is located over the prison in
'which Neelj bus been confined. One
bundled und elght)-lvvu witnesses have
been t tilled to testlf), and of theso
I about eight) icspondcd today. Of the
defendants, Necly, Hathbone und
Reeves weie seated on one side of the
loom, nnd Mti)u anil Mii-icara, the Cu
ban stnuif cleiks, ou the other. Neuly
'showed no signs of his confinement.
I He has giown stoutei und wus lu good
I Need), Hathbone. Mo)a and Muscaia
pleaded not guilt), and Reeves was
giantetl pti mission lo wait until tho
'next session of the couit before muk-
ing his plea.
"ou will I suppose," said the proud
lather to his soldier son, "not hesitate
to baro )our breast before the ball?"
"Do you take pio for a society queen,
fcther?" Inquired tho young man, with
iwirno sarcasm. Judge.
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The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24,000,000
ram up uapnai yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,610,000
J1KAU Url-lUK, YOKOHAMA.
The Dank buys and receives for col
lection Dills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Lettprfl nf Prprilt nnrf t.nnaAt. .
general banking business.
On Flied per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months 3
For 3 months 3
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Dank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
Wo have recently received
the finest line of
CHINESE AND JAPANESE
that wo havo ever handled.
Wt- are so pleased with tho
stock that wo know it will
please )ou, und extend to ev
erybody who Is Interested an
Invitation to come and see It.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Daughter (coaxlnc;) Papa, do have
a little mercy and let Charles and me
be happy together.
l'apa (mathematical professor)
What? You want to think of mar
riage when you don't even know
where to And the hypotbenuse of a
right angled triangle?
Architects, Contractor and Builders,
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. RUBY.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Boi 160
Geo. W. Pago. TL tit
F. W. Dcardslee. P. O. Box 771
Architects and Uullders.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen S: Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr. Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND DUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, alii
Office and residence, 312 Queen lt
near Government building.
t-I. F BERTELMAtVS
18 - MOVBD
To rear of old stand. Entrance 01
King street. Orders left at either ihoi
or office at John Nott's store, Kim
street, will receive prompt attention.
Deer and Wine Dsateri.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. 8chaefsr.
Kukul St, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu, H. 1
The pure Juice of the grapefruit The
mOSt healthful, tlivlcrnrnflnv anA a-
freshlng fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
SolO Aeentn for thn Trrtlnrv Af Ha
waii. Office and Works, C01 Fort 8L,
X1UUU1U1U, 1. OI ll.
P. O. box 4C2. Island orders solic
6ct of 5 mope, $2.00
50 CENTS EACH
On sale at ofhee of . . .
THE . . .
ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENING
MORAL Insure In "The Travellers",
Largest Accident Insurance
Company In the World. .:
A. C. LOVEKIN
General Agents for the Territory ot
403 JUDD BUILDING.
THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
European and American Dry Goods.
rorv ana queen Sts.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison
r.mu,ul; Cwttt. Th So Iniia ol !
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Cook Remedy Co.
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