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SUNDAY IIUM.KTIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. SUNDAY. FEIIIUURY 2, 1902.
SHOT GUN SHELLS
Is quite a largo number and In tho hamlti of good hunters will con
siderably diminish tlio bird population ot tho Islands. Whiles wo havo
no grievance against tho birds, yet tho above number Is tho amount
of cartridges wo have Just received, nnd they nro all fresh.
Good ammunition Is one of tho chief requisites to good hunting
and ours Is tho best.
E. O. Hall &
The Association football game whim towards the Honolulu's goal whore It
took place between tho Waudcrers and was caught by ClIeaBon. McWhlttef
the Honolulus on the Mnklkl grounds carried tho ball well up In front of the
yesterday afternoon was witnessed by Wanderer's goal when n Bharp scrim
a largo crowd of spectators, tho oral j mage ensued ending In tho ball's being
nous aspect of the weather notwlth-
It is a fact that points well towards
the future of Association football hero
that the crowd or spectators Is stead
ily Increasing, so that now n couple of
hundred people surround the side
lines which were formerly held by a
very slim rrowd of English ana Scotch
enthusiasts. Tho teams which played
yesterday were lined up as follows:
Honolulus: Cioal, (llcason; full
backs. Sopor nnd McMlrlinel; half
backs. Parish, Kay and M. Anderson;
forward. McWhlrter, Glass, Ooudle,
Illttz and Kiddcs.
Wanderers: Goal, Notley; fullbacks.
Coclibiirn and Simpson: halfbacks,
Hnlstead. Stokes and .ludd; forwards.
Williamson. Mark-man. Wnterliouse.
A. Illackman and Kerr.
Position Slightly Changed.
During tlio second half the position
nf the players of tho Wanderers' team Whlrter headed It throngn tho Wan
das slightly changed. Cockburn play- deror's goal niuklng the third goal tor
lng forward In tho place of Kerr who
took Cockburn's position ns fullback,
Soper piayed In the goal for the Ho-1
nolului during tho last part of tho sec-1
ond half. Gleason taking Soper's placa
The Honolulus won the toss-up nnd
decided to defend the niakal goal. The
ball was forced down Into the Hono
lulu's territory and Illackman made a
kick for the goal which was saved bj
Gleason. the goalkeeper. Waekman's
shot was n guod one, tho ball being
stopped right In tho goal. The ball
was carried back Into tno Wanderer's er's goal which was well saved by Not
territory and Flddcs mado a shot for ley.
the goal but tho ball passed by. The
Honolulus gained a corner. Fiddca
kicked, centering tho ball well. A
scriraraagu resulted but the ball was
carried towards the middle of tho field.
McWhlrter secured tho ball and kick
id at a distance for tho Wanderer'
goal. It was a good shot but goal
keeper Notley saved his goal,
., Some Lively Play,
A hot scrlmmago In front of tho
Wanderer's goal resulted In a leg. front of tne Wnndercr's goal and kick
Blackman and Williamson, playing ed through it by riddes making the
forward ends, carried the ball well up ,
towards the Honolulu's goal, whero
they were stopped by Anderson. The
ball was taken up to tho Wanderer's
goal and then carried back near tho
Honolulu's goal aby Williamson, who
mntle a shot for It but missed. Mc
Whlrter carried tho bnh back to the
Wanderer's goal and mado a success
till shot for It scoring tho first goad tor
Kiddes secured tho ball and carried
It well through tho Wanderer's line
but lust it. McWhlrter then 'ot It and
made a shot for goal but missed tt
Illackman carried tho ball well down
EAT POISON !
FIVE DIE IN ONE ROOM
Whon wo put our now rat
poison on tho market wo call
ed attention to tho fact that it
was a real poison and would
kill, Our patrons who havo
tried It verify our claim,
They bring wonderful talos of
tno mortality among tho rats.
One cus'omor said that flvo
wera poisoned in one room
tho first night it was used.
RATS MUST (JO
Is tho well-chosen namo of
this now destroyer of rats and
and mice. A trial will con
vince, anyone that If rodents
nro to uo exterminated our
poison will do tho work quick
ly nnd surely!
A large can costs fifty
cents. There Is sufficient poi
son to destroy hundreds of
rats. Isn't It worth this to
freo your houso, barn or yard
of rats? You know tho Im
Insist on having the real
RAT8 MU8T QO.
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
KING AND FORT.
curried back Into Honolulu terrlton
where tho Wanderers secured a cor
ner. Stones kicked from tno cornor.
.McWhlrter got the ball and centered It
well from the wing to FlddfS who
kicked It through the Wanderer's goal,
addiug aiuithor goal to tho score of tho
An Exciting Time.
The ball was carried down Into Ho
nolulu territory, the Wanderers gain
ing a corner. Till was poorly placed,
however, tho Honolulus getting tho
ball. Tney curried It down near tho
Waudeier's goal. I ho gimlkeepor
misted It and for a few seconds things
looked exciting but no goal resulted.
The ball passed down into Honolulu
territory ami back to the Wandoror's
goal again. Goudlo mado a kick for
it hut the bull soared over tiie cross
bar. Parish passed the ball over to
Kiddcs who centered It well. Jle-
tlio Honolulus. A few moments lator
the tlmo for tho flrttt ImU was up,
In the Second Hair.
In the beginning of the second half
the ball was carried down Into the Ho-
Inolulu's territory where Illackman
forced a corner oft fflcWnirtor. lllnck-
man kicked the corner. The Honolu
lu's gained a enrucr off Judd. Mc
Whlrter kicked from tho corner but
placed tho ball a little too far out
where Illackman got the ball but lost
It shortly afterwards. McWhlrtor
mado a splendid shot for the Wander-
With tho ball down near Honolulu's
gont, a sharp scrimmage ensued, but
Gleason saved tho situation. Shortly
after Cockburn made n shot for the
Honolulu's goal hut Gleason saved It.
The hall passed down towards the
Wanderer's goal again whoio McWhlr
ter kicked n leg. A Bharp scrimmage
took- place In front of tho Wanderer's
goal but nothing resulted. I'rom n
throw-In the ball was centered well In
Bcoro four goals for the Honolulus.
Fifth Goal for Honolulus.
The ball was passed from Parish
to McWnlrtcr and from him to Fldden
who kicked a leg. The ball was well
centered by McWhlrter, n sharp scrlnv
mnge ensuing In front of the Wnnd
er's goal which resulted in a leg. Mc
Whlrter again centered .he ball well
Flddcs got It and kicked It through
tho goal, making the fifth goal for tho
Tho ball was can led well down to
wards the Wundorcr's line. McWhir
tur kicked It but a by wns tho result.
Fiddos carried tho hall In good shape
down near thcN Wanderer's goal. Ho
mado a shot for It but Notley saved It.
Ooudle secured tho ball ana carried It
right Into tho Wanderer's goal whori
It was stopped by Notley. After tins
tho ball was several times carried tin
towards tho Honolulu's goal but was
stopped by tho backs, Soper and Mc
Whlrter. Illackman made a shoe for
tho Honolulu's goal but tho ball was
stopped by Gleason.
Wanderer's Get Free Kick,
McWhlrter centered the ball well
but Notley kicked It out of danger. A
foul off Glass gavo tho Wanderers
freo kick. Tho ball was taken up Into,
Honolulu territory whero It was stop
ped by Soper who had taken Gleason's
position In tho goal. Tho bull was
token down Into Wanderer's territory
again. McWhlrter centered It well
anil Goudlo headed R by.
A scrimmage took piaco in front nr
tho Wnndercr's goal. Illllz secured
tho ball and Goalkeeper Notley stum
bled In nls effort to save it. Hlltz
kicked tho goal making tho seventh
for tho Honolulus. A fow moments
later tlmo was up, leaving the final
score: Honolulus 7, Wanderers 0.
Both Sides Play Well.
Although tho Wanderers were plain
ly outclassed, a good game was put
up by uoth sides, For tho Honolulus
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Sunday i 'a. m
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Last quarter of tho moon on tho
31st, 2:39 a. ill.
Tides from tho United States Coast
nnd Geodetic Survey Tnblcs.
Tho tides at Kahulul anu llllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find thoro
n branch of tho U. S, Hydrographlc
Ofllco located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, whero is maintained for their
benefit frco ot charge, complete sets
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Saturday, l-'eh. 1.
Am. fcchr. Emma Claudlna, Nlckcl
sen, 22 days from Eureka.
Am. Iik. Carrolton, .loues, 31 days
Str. Keuuhou, .Mustier, from Kauai
Str. .tnines Makee, llriihn, from Kau
Str. Walalenle. I'lltx. from Kauai
Str. .Irjm Cummins, Scarle, from
Str. Nllliau, Thompson, from Hawaii
ports, with 1!30 bags sugar, 145 bun
dles hides, 1G bales and 1 package sun
dries. Str. Lehtia, Nunpnla, from Maul
Str. Klnau, Freeman, from llllo nnd
way ports. ,
Am. bk. Mull lean. Kelley, 13 days
from Sun Francisco.
Saturday. Feb. 1.
Am. sp. George Curtis, Culhouii, for
Ger. sp. Agnes. Hehrcns, for San
From Hllo and way ports, per stmr.
Klnau, . ebruary 1. Hon. M. M. Es
teo, W. D. Mating. W. D. King. A.
I.. Morris, W. H. Standeford, Dr. J.
II. East, Dr. C. A. Allenberger, I.
M. Coulson, R. E Callahan, O. M.
Dunbar, J. W. Mason, Mrs. O. Oms
trad. Miss M. Omstend. Geo. A. Hind,
Mrs. R. R. Hind, II. H. Long, It. N.
Doyd, II. I. lieckloy. Mr. Hoguc, B.
A. Knudsen, J. Aiook, W. 11. Craw
ford, T. Akce. Mrs. 1. Auld, Hon. J.
K. Prcndergast, Elder A. 11. Iiallls-
ton, Rev. E. Toklmasa, F. Vollstndt
and in dock passengers.
Fiom Kaunl ports, per str. Keuuhou
Feb. 1 C. II. Gray and 2 deck.
From Kauai ports, per str. Keauhou,
Fel). 1-C. II. Giay ond 2 deck.
ON THE rlHKJE
Regarding the statement in yester
day morning's Advertiser that mnny
sales of stock are not reported on the
stock list of the Stock Exchnnge, sev
eral members of the board hnvc stnted
that all tho sales made arc reported
whether the prices paid are high or
low. Some sales which were mnde ou
the outside may not have been report
ed ns they were transactions with
which the Exchange hud nothing to do.
If the sales us reported in the Adver
tiser were mnde, they were probably
consummated by brokers for clients
who did not wish them to he reported.
tnder these conditions It would be a
betrayal ot the contlilcnco of clients to
so report them.
A snlc of stock off the board is a prl
Mite matter and rests entirely with the
buyer nnd seller whether or not It
shall be reported as u street sale, hav
ing tnken place between two members
of the Exchange.
YACHTING AT IIILO.
Hllo papers state that Honolulu
yiitchtsmcn arc anxious to go to that
city for a regatta and that about twen
ty yuclits would compete In a eriuse to
the Dig Island should a regatta be ar
ranged between the Hllo sailors and
those Interested In tho sport here.
There Is some talk of a cruise of the
larger boats to the Rainy City but tho
small ones would hardly attempt the
trip unless they found accommodation
on tho deck of the Klnau. The La Pa-
luma, Gladys and Dewey are the only
bonis at present here which could
make the trip In perfect siifcty while
It would cost a king's ransom to take
the smaller boats to Hllo by steamer
and return here.
Gleason played a good game In thu
goal. Soper and McWnlrter mado full
backs it was difficult to pass, Soper es
pecially plays a gamo in tnta position
which can hardly bo equalled by any
one here. Tho hall Darks put up a
good game and of the forwards tho
wings, McWhlrter nnd Flddcs, espe
cially distinguished themselves.
For tno Wnnderers Notley, in goal,
put up a good game, and although
many goals were mado ho saved his
goal a great number ot times. Of tho
lorwnrds Illackman piayed a rattling
good gamo while Williamson showed
great speed, although his lack of keep
ing tho ba.i sufficiently under his con
trol mado his game loss useful than It
would otherwise have been.
Tho two loans will bo covered by
bonds as security, besides a Hen on the
sugar crop at least for the major
MAI1KL I did not receive your letter
until tho day after airxlous. A. L,
A RESPECTABLE lady can Bccuro a
ccntrnlly located room by address
ing K. I., this office. References
JUDD & CO., LTD. llulldlng lots and
residences for sale: 307 Stiingcii
wnlil bldg.; Tel. 223 Main.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Foit St., ?ienr Kukul Groceries,
Fruits and Tobaccos,
LOST A black alligator pocket book
containing $10, papers and receipts,
between Ucretanla and Nuuanu or
Emma or Vineyard. Stamped W. J.
Gallagher Insldo. Finder return
same to this office. 2s It.
WANTED Immediately, experienced
lady bookkeeper. Address tlox 455.
The French cruiser Protct will not
sail from Honolulu until next Thurs
day. This was announced nt n dinner
held nt the homo of the French Consul,
M. Vlzznvona, last evening. Tho ves
sel, which It wns Intended would sail
from hero for the South Seas, will In
stead go to Panama whero matters aio
leaching a crisis nnd French Interests
have to he looked after.
This morning a military high mass
will be celebrated at the Catholic
Cathedral at which tho crew and offi
cers of the cruiser will bo present. T''c
party from tho osscl will be mctnt TTTa
boat landing by the churchmen nnd
escorted to the church whero tho sh
op of Panopolls will sing the mass In
After church there will be n public
reception aboard the 1'iotct beginning
at 1 o'clock In the afternoon nnd th
general public will lie welcome aboard.
WILL NOT MEET TODAY
Lock Placed on Church Door by
Bishop Willis Not to be Disturbed-Appeal
There will be no meeting of the Sec
ond Congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral this morning or today. Ths
lock placed on the doors of tho church
by lllshop Willis will not b'e disturbed
and the action of the American House
of Ulshops will be awaited In the mat
ter before any movo is made by Pastor
Mackintosh and his flock.
At a vestry meeting, held Friday
evening, It was decided that matters
would be kept In statu quit until word
was received from the Mainland, and
while It Is the belief of tho Second Con
gregation that nishop Willis Is acting
contrary to the desires of the llishopi
ot America, still his course will not bft
molested until a decision by the Hcuss
of Ulshops is received here.
In speaking of tho matter last even
Ing Pastor Mackintosh stated that ths
action of Ulsliop Willis was directly
contrary to the letters received by hiro.
regarding tho trouble between the two
congregations. If lllshop Willis Is an
American lllshop he Is acting ultra
vires to the American church and dts
rfgardlng letters he has received.
Pastor Mackintosh has been yielding
Implicit obedience to orders and at
tho same time lie docs not think he Is
doing wrong. Within a short time th
House of Ulshops will be heard from,
nnd not until then will the law be in
voked. It Is hoped that tho tangle will be un
wound before tho rourtB are appealed
to and a decision from the Mainland
Is expected within a couple of weeks,
David Dayton Jr. had a narrow escape
from serious Injury last night while
driving on King street, Palama. The
horse attached to a phaeton which
Dayton was driving became frightened
at an electric car right near the rlco
pull'llt'S I'll "I" lUHIII IUU1I tlllU, OlIU- I
denly Bhylng, jumped tno tence on tno
edge of tho road and pulled the vehi
cle after him. Dayton wns thrown out
and the horso after a struggle freed
itself from tho harness nnd started for
Mnannlua. Ho was reported at tho
police station anil otdcis given for his
arrest, should ho lie found browsing
along the road by tiny of the mounted
Knanann. a former policeman, was
arrested Inst night ut the Instnnce of a
friend to whom ho went for nld. The
man was Blck and wanted someone to'
look out fur lilin. II was bolng treat"d
by a local physician and had a bottle
of niedlcino'wlth him which had been
prescribed by tho doctor. Going to the
friend's houso he wns refused admis
sion and when ho tried to explain mat
ters tho friend sent for the patrol wa
gon nnd lodged a complaint of disturb
ing the peace against Kaonana. Ho
was locked up for the night.
We took an Inventory ust week. Ah
Inventory Is ccrtnln to disclose surplus
lots In sotno classes of goods, odd lots
In others, broken linos, etc. All these
wo prefer to dlsposo of at any price
before wo renew our stocks for the
opening year. Wo have opened, the
bargain throttle wldo and put on full
speed. Let bargain seekers board our
train, If they would not be left
A GREAT SURPRISE
Whitney & Marsh,
The Installation et tho officers of
Pacific Lodge No. 822, A. F. nnd A. M., I
for tho ensuing year, took place last
evening In tho lodge room at Masonic '
Temple with all auo ceremony. N E.
ucuEO nriiuB us iusiuiiiuk omeui. i nu
names of the new olllcers of Pacific j
lodgo are as follows:
):. O. White, hight Worshipful Mas-'
tor; C. J. Ilutchlns senior Warden;
11. J. Gallagher. Junior Warden; W. 0.
Atwator. Treasurer; C. t. Murray.
secretary; unas. u. t-razier, unap
lain; John Kldwcll, Senior Deacon; L.
T. Kcnake, Junior Deacon; II. A. Giles,
Senior Steward; It. II. V. Llshman.
Junior steward; J. ll. Harvey, Inner
uuaro; ueruen r. uasin. ly.er. ,
raclfic Lodge No. S22. A. . . & A. M
wns organized by dispensation on the
Sth day of April, 1895. through tho
efforts ot Hon. II. K. Cooper, tho erec
tlon of the Lodge and the installation
oi onicrri. inning piace june 1Vu. u.
the same year. It was chartered un.
der the Grand Lodge of Scotland Aug.
isr ikM.i win inn innnwmir pnnnpr
members: 11. K. Cooper, J. A. King,
C. II. Ripley. John Phillips. K. n. Alter-
bach. E. D. Tenney, 11. ll. Williams,
Tt. F. I.ange, C. u. Dodge, Kdwln
Hughes, Henry Smith and ,G. M. An
gus, Although Pacific Lodge Is the young
est Masonic Lodgo in Honolulu, it has
a largo and representative member
ship and Is growing rapidly.
The new officers Jilsl installed are
all a happy selection and will no doun.
do much for the progress of tho Insti
Henry E. Cooper, N. E. Gedge. C. II.
nipley. W. A. Whiting and H. II.
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Lodge le Progrc, A and A. S. It., L. do
L. Ward resigned as Master. Senlot
Warden Wallace It. Harrington was
elected to the position of Master for
the remainder of tho term. Ed. Towsa
wns elected Senior Warden. The In-
stallatlon of the new officers will t,aKi
place at the next regular meeting.
Honolulu Is to have classic and
Shnkspeareon drama soon. Mr. Fred
crick Wnrde has Included this city In
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be the most brilliant achievement In T'.o expression of alarm on the Mon
his long career of progiess. He will he !oII,,u s ;te' me fr,om. 0,."?r "rc
here In May. Frederick Wnrde's ca
reer has been characterized by a most
worthy nnd unswerving faith In tho
highest forms ot tho drama and ho has
lie taste for Shakespeare and other
..lawtn nmhnr. .
Among the plays In his repertoire
will be: "Horatlus," King Lear." "Ilel
phegor, the Mountebank," "Julius
Cnetar." and "Vlrglnlus."
The rompany supporting Mr. Wnrde
this season will undoubtedly bo a good
An Individual very much the worso
for liquor, was brought- to tho pollco
station last night In tho patrol wagon.
He was found dead to ttie world nt tho
! corner of King and Fort streets. Liquor
hnd paralyzed his limbs so that ho
could not stand. At the pollco station
he wns laid on the floor while ho was wlioover did It." said Mrs. Hanks, gnz
being searched and In a olce ns clear Ing severely at her little son. "Well,
as u man who had ueer tasted Intoxl-
cants ho informed the turnkey that ho
could take all tho money he wanted
I and when ho wanted more to come.
I back and get It. The man had con-1
sldernblo money on him nnd Is a stran-,
ger to the police.
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The trouble chasers of the tele-
phone company hnd their bunds full
Inst evening. There were threo elec-
inc iiKiii crosses auu inu men were
hard ut work until after midnight get-
ting things straightened out. There
r ... . K-iihi wii,ii,i .i
were crosses at Kallhl, Walkiki and up
Nuuanu valley. The telephone system
ivub 611-iuj iiiitiiiivu nun ud ii urn-
sequence, and many subscribers ca'.T,ng
for connections were disappointed.
The fourth gamo of tho Indoor Dase
ball League series took place In the
; Y. M. O. A. gymnasium last night be
tween the F.vcnlng Class and the Ma-
0 mmk tewM ho Mw0 mmu w,n.
nnf? wWi a gcQre 0, ,0 tQ th(J Eycn.
j Class' ll!
Th(, "of the tcams WM nB fol.
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n McCorrUton....c.lEi M. Cheatham
Dnn Mark Jonn8ton
Jn,m c(arl. m b c. 0rvln
J. Mnrcnl!lno....2nd b.
A. Mnrcalllno. ..3rd b. .
Hen Clark s.s...
A. Illackman r. f . .
Qeo. Desha 1. f..
, . .Jim Gorman
..It. S. IMerson
..W. W. Crook
T,l(l Kam(, wlch wnf) ,y far (h()
m()st Pxclt,B olle whcll ,,0OI1
p,ay(1( dmlag ,h(, g(?aBon WM won ,
tile, olghth Inning when the Malic Ill-
mas piled up eight runs aided In t'jclr
nUoml)tg ,,y fumbIcg ,nado on tlle part
of th(J EvenlnB CIasg tcnm
McCorriston and John Clarke led
(ho acor,Qg f(jr th(J Ma,e8 wh fouf
. . .. .
tamos oacn, wliile l'lerson and Gor
man led for the Evening Class with
The score of the game by Inning was
Inning. Malles. Evening lass.
IS n 3
3 .-. 2
4 0 3
H 2 1
( 2 0
8 8 ' 2
.. 3 '
A. f Nowc and Krt.,j younB ,lm.
plred the game while H. Pierce acted
ns scorer. The gam ,,,,,, Ju8t
nQur ana wag wUneMe(, b oyer ,
AT THU ORPIIEUM.
Last night was the Inst performance
of "A Trip to Coontown" at the Or-
pheum, the bill being changed for Mon-
day to a three act musical comedy en
titled "A Hot Time In Illackxille."
An. innovation not on the program
last night consisted In pushing a wash
c'ln'n'". ,wl' '',as, 'i''6" ln ,l,c liablt
of coming In behind the Bcenes, on to
the stage and having him arreilr! by
n made-up policeman.
than good acting and tno Joke proved
both an amusing Incident to the audi
ence und an object lesson to Mr. Chi
naman. It is understood that a benefit for
lntttutloti of Honolulu w
" ll01'' 0I t Friday night.
"Gabriel." said the doctor's wlfa,
"havo you settled yet with Lawyer
Sharpo for conducting that caso foi
you in court last year?"
"No." anltl thi. itnetnr. "It u-ntt nlmiil
that time, you remember, that I opcr
nted en him tor appendicitis, and I
want to know what his bill Is before
I make out mine. I suppose he's wait-
JjJB for the same reason." Chlcnge
' "Mamma.'what would, you do If that
big vase In the parlor should get brok-
en?" said Tommy. "I should whip
then, you'd better begin to get up your
muscle," said Tommy, "coz pnpa'n
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thn ,..., ... v,p ,, . Am, . . .
j f()r examination by expert accountants,
' If Commissioner Itussoll can open Borne
koaIcU mou(llH ()f ,,, (,,e glu.ekg of
tll0 ,nuim(.( wlll be llcard as far ag
snB 8lnB.Now York Pros.
'. w f. '? 'au ",0XVr , '""I? St0'!'art
Islu'"1 9.tora t0 ''i"1d- It ""els n
rouiist taste to stand tneso riigc, tough
mollusks, but thuro was once nn Kng-
iibii King wno uiicu ins a month old.
Bulletin, 7fto ner month.
Architects, Contractors and Builder
V. HOFFMANN, 1. P. RIWY. .?
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Bos io
Geo. W. Pago. TL Ml
F. W. Bsardslee. P, O. Box T7I
BEARDSLEE 5fc PAOE
Architects and Builder.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice.
BUILDING MATERIALS '
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
"" jc Kuuinson, -
Queen Street, Honolulu. St-i
Jobbing promptly attendod to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND DUILDER
(or brick and wooden bulldlnrs, aisi
Office and residence, 312 Queen St.
near Government bulldlno;.
M. F. BERTELMAlVa if
Carpenter 6hop 1
To rear nf nM tnnit bimiM .
King street. Orders left at either shot '
or omce at jonn Notfs store. King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealer.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen. ''
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Ochaefsr.
Kukul 8t, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN DOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I.
Thri nnrfl lntrn nf IhA vr.nArrt.ft flia
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing (rult preparation known.
RINQ UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Sole agents for tho Territory of Ha
waii. Office and Works, 601 Fort BL,
Honolulu, T. of II,
P. O. box 4G2. Island ordori solic
Bet o! 5 maps, $2.00
50 CENTS EACH
)n plo at office ot . . .
THE . . .
ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENING
MORAL Insure In "The Travellers",
Largest Accident Insurance
Company In the World. .:
A. C. LOVEKIN
General Agents for tho Territory of
403 JUDO BUILDING.
THIS SPACt RESERVED 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 Streets, Honolulu.
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