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WEDNESDAY. FHUKPAUY 12, 1P02.
Hognn's attempt nt realistic tragedy
Is very inuili of a omcdy.
Petal number three of the I.lptou
Shamrock will soon begin to grow.
At the present rate the Stewart
'Tlsor iontroersy will soon rcaih tho
pistols and coffee period.
Hon. Ilud)nrd Kipling Is In South
Africa. It will be noticed. hoeer,
that he Is not doing any lighting.
Dirty streets and smallpox usually
travel hand In hand. It Is to be hoped
the second of the combination will not
Ilrltisb shipowners aio taxing Am
erican farmers li) boosting up freight
latcs. And these llrltfsh essels get
pretty good subsidies.
Meanwhile what of the special elei
tion In the Fourth District for which
preparations were onre begun but now
seem to bo forgotten?
Discussion of the Governorship
ought not and It Is hoped will not de
lay the efforts to Improve the back
ard of the Capitol grounds.
Hawaii has a first class penitentiary
but Its prison svstem rrom this point
down to the Reform school for joutb
ful offenders Is a relic of past ages.
President Schwab seems to forget
that virtue Is Its own reward otherwise
he would not mako such strenuous de
Ulals of his reported plunging at Monte
Haplil Transit rails still cumber the
sides of Emma street. The Rapid
Transit Company on Emma street H
keeping paco with the Tram Company
In tho McCully tract.
Gilbert Parker, the author and mem
ber of Parliament, Is visiting the
States to Investigate the American la
bor question. It Is to be hoped ha
will be nble to overcome bis natural
bent for fiction.
It Is pretty tough when a father hai
to bear the double buriten or a son's
downfall and the court penalty ir tho
ion is the right kind of material, how
ever, ho will see to It that Hip burden
If, removed by his future exemplaiy
Recent disclosures made In the Brit
ish House of Commons suggest that
Great Britain Is the greatest horsn
market of the world when It comes to
paving the price and getting nothing in
The Governor's organ Is busj chas
ing around Robin Hood's barn to show
that Mr. Dole's resignation has not
been requested. The organ has failed
however, to publish any statement
from Mr. Dole that he has not received
any Intimation direct or Indirect that
his resignation Is desired.
Complaints against tho soldiers cost
the merchants or Honolulu upwards of
JdOOO ror every transport touching at
this port. It Is about time the people
or the city realize their big mistake
In taking a course which has resulted
In an order that soldiers shall not bo
paid before arriving at Honolulu.
Balaam's patient ass will no longer
be used In the Holy Land as a means of
locomotion. Tho American trolley Is
to traverse Arnbla, Svrla and Palestine,
with a branch connecting Damascus
and Mount Sinai Five cent fares are
already being collected by the turbaned
conductor between Jerusalem nnd Gal
lllce. Hospital doctors In California re
cently attributed an old man's death
to a fractured skull. Tno morgue men
got at the corpse and found that thero
had not been any fracture but that tho
man had died or an nbscess of tho tight
lung. Both ofllclal records, however,
agree upon one point that the man is
Hon. Terry McOovern lias broken
Into swell society and had the time or
his life. He sipped tea with society
debutantes on Long Island In order
to do hlmseir proud the pugilist decid
ed that a scarlet sweater, garnet vest
In white polka dots, blue sack coat und
trousers, varnished shoes and derby
uai was tne pioper caper.
It Is gratifying that some of tin
schools In tho city were sufficiently ic
gardrul or Lincoln's gieat work to hold
exercises appropriate to tho martyred
President's birthday. Thero Is no bet
ter way of enthusing the youth with'
tho principles of true Americanism
than by the study of tho lire nnd work
or our leaders on memorial ilnvn
GOVERNORSHIP AND BALDWIN.
The remarks of dcorge It. Carter U
various citizens with whom ho discuss
ed tho political situation In these Isl
ands satisfy tho people of this com
munity that the so-called Dole faction
will make but a perfunctory effort to
retain Mr. Dolo in onico and will center
their forces to securo the appointment
of Senator H. P. Ilaldvvlu to the olllco
of Oovernor. Mr. Baldwin s name has
often been mentioned In connection
with tho Governorship, hut his most
Intimate friends have maintained that
his business interests demand Ills un
divided attention Many believe, how
ever, that the men urging Mr Bald
win's candidacv stand ready to pool
financial and Industrial Issues to such
an extent that Mr. llaldnln would
thereby be given the best material the
country affords for the proper conduct
of the gieat Industrial enterprise to
which he Is now giving the best of his
energj and long experience.
Hawaii might have many worse Gov
ernors than Hon. H. P. llaldwin. He is
a man about whose personality bitter
enmities do not ellng.
Tho Bulletin doubts, however, that
lie would allow himself to be com
promised by any financial efforts on
the part of his so-called friends. He li
not In want by any means nor will he
ever he If every sugar plantation In tho
Islands should become n barren waste.
He has. however, taken up the work In
Which he Is now engaged because he
believed he Is needed nnd nil) effort to
relieve him, which would not be made
except he was wanted for the Gover
norship must of necessity place him In
an unpleasant If not compromising po
sition. Mr. Ilaldw Id's possible candidal y
for Chief Executive has not thus far
appealed to the President's views on
the necessities of the local situation.
Mr Ilaldw In has purportedly been too
closely allied with the Iniluences that
have dominated Mr. Dole's administra
tion. II appears that through his own
1 rlvatc and trusted agencies the Presi
dent has formed very positive opin
ions on conditions, political, financial
nnd Industrial. In this Territory He
believes In tho protection nnd main
tenance of our main industry but ho
will not allow this important branch of
our focal affairs to overwhelm the to
tal administrative counsels. "Trnill.
tlonal American lines" Is the Presi
dent's aim and the misrepresentation
of the sugar Interests by the Acting
i.ovcrnors report on Chinese labor as
ull nd r: 1...1 1.1-- .
by'trr, r "r'fv"'- " -
b tho mission of Land Commissioner time their party In Congress will see
lioxl has led him to the conclusion the nbsoluto necessity for It and will
that the Interests of the Nation n net nccordlnclv.
well as the Tcrrltorv make It advisable
for men to be placed In public olllce
w ho are the least Intimately connected
with the Iniluences that have sur
icmnded Mr Dole.
The only avenue for absolute free
dom from local entangling alliances Is
the selection of n citizen from the
.Mainland. As this Is Impossible Roose
velt Is searching ror men as Tree aj
possible rrom prejudicial opinions
None can appreciate tho difficulty of
his task better than Kiicb citizens of
Hnwall who are ready to view condi
tions honestly and fairly.
The Bulletin credits the so-called
Dole wing with having centered on the
least distasteful man presuMed to be In
their ranks. This paper does not believe
however, that the campaign for Bald
win will be successful when one of its
details Is to be the vllllflcatlon of men
whom the President already has In
mind, nor does It believe Mr. Baldwin
would accept olllce as the product or
central agent of such a campaign.
I'nder n Republican administration
of national affairs It has become tho
recognized principle that only Republi
cans should be put on guard. Thurs
Theodore Roosevelt's principle Is to
nppolnt Republicans to olllce ir possi
ble, but Ids appointment of Democrats
In the South Indicates that the first
consideration In his mind is energetic
The only men refraining rrom send
ing an omclallobbj to Washington nro
those who seek peace In the adminis
tration or Hawaii's affairs. It require!
no paid attorneys or prejudiced
"friends" to Impress tho necessities ol
the Hawaiian situation upon the Inc
ident. Incidents of George R. Carter's de
parture Indlcato that he meant what
he said when he told certain "substan
tial men of nffalis" that ho did not
tepresent them a-ad did not wish their
.ompany on bis travels.
Burled bullion worth SSO.oooono has
been dug up In the Forbidden City
since the .e.m nf ri,.-u 1
Peking. Tho Wlso Man or the Kast I J
i.ot an extinct species.
" NO UDNEI'IT " TO THE PEOPLE
INew York World.
in-oHii'iu nnvomiver or the sugar
irusi manes this public statement
"Any reduction In the turlff (against
Cuban sugar) would accrue entirely to
mc sugur iiueicsis or the Cuban plan
ters, and would not be refltcted In any
lower prices of refined sugar In this
country As n proof of that Is the oper
ation of the treaty with the Hawaiian
Islands since 187C, under which tho
sugai8 of tho Islands are free. No
benefit In prices has nccrued to tho
consumers of this country."
Slneo Mr Huvemejcr has called at
tention to this inteiestlng fact, the
"consumers of this country who aie to
get no benefit" fiom tho large supply of
sugar rrom Cuba and om new Island
possessions, may well usk, Why?
The world's jearlj sugar production
U rur greater than its consumption
The retail price of sugar would bo go
ing down, down, down If the natural
law of supply and demand flve.l It
But It does not The Dlngley sugar
duties give $;o.000,000 a 5 car to the
gov eminent nobody can exactly say
bow many times more than that to
Havemeyer's Biigar trust and takes It
all out or the pockets or tho eonsumeis
U Mr. Tlavemoyer Is coned In his as
sertion, Is It not a conclusive argument
ror a repeal or the duty on refined bu-gar?
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,!!. T.(
'CUBAN SUGAR QUESTION.
The Cubans point out that thell
Spanish market for sugar Is gone, and
that they must look to tho United
States for a market. Thercforo they
nsk reciprocity; that we admit their
sugar at a low rate, In return for
which foodstuirs nnd machinery from
the United States will receive similar
concessions. The American Club nt
Havana has cabled to Speaker Hen
derson that American Interests In the
Island nmount to $SO,000,ono and that
they need help, that reciprocity would
open Cuban markets so as to Incrcaso
the sales of American manufactured
goods there by $30,000,000 within n
Put tho American sugar growers
cane and beet are fighting any reduc
tion of the sugar duties, even though
such reciprocity would enormously In
crease our exports to Cuba. Let us
look at the figures. Our cane planta
tions In the South last jear piodttced
275.000 tons of sugar, and the beet
production of Northern farmers was
70,850 tons. Besides this 321.000 tons
enme from Hawaii nnd 80.000 tons
rrom I'orto Hlco, all cane sugar, and
free or duty, tuba produced last year
CSonun tons or cane sugar. Our Im
ports of sugar for tho year 1900 was
1050,011 tons. Suppose we took all
of Cuba's product, there Is still n ilou
clt of over 6C7.000 tons whlTi would
have to be supplied by Imports from
Europo or other foreign countries. It
really does not seem that any serious
injury vvouiit 00 done, to our sugar
raising Industrj h n reciprocal trado
arrangement with Cuba
HI MADE HITi
Washington, .Inn 27 If the piedlc
tlons of tho mon In both the Sonntn
nnd the House who are to be regarded
as leaders can be relied upon, there
Is 110 reasonable doubt that sooner or
later tho Cuban leglslalon will ho
The Administration will not back
down in Its recommendation that con
cessions should be given to the Cu
ban people, although It Is persistently
rumored that the President nnd the I
Secretary or War are less earnest In
urging such legislation than they
were There Is no evidence or thK I
however, nnd tho Administration mull
those Scnaors who have Its confidence 1
declaio that tor tirnr tlrnl sontlmrniiil I
imoinl and political reasons some re
At nearly all the hearings before
the Ways and Means Committee last
week, those who appeared to give tea
llmony devoted n large part of thelf
lmc In denouncing Havemejcr and
the Sugar Trust as the most powerful
advocates of the reduction In tho Cu
ban tnrlff. A very Influential public
Senator snvs that he knows of his own
personal knowledge that Havemevor
does not care whether tho proposed
legislation Is enacted or not, and that
he has this from Havcmcycr's owy.
lips. What the Sugar Trust would
like to have, this Senator Bays, Is fno
raw sugar. They they would bo nblo
to refine It and undersell the world.
But they earo no more for the propos
ed reduction In the Cuban product
than they do In the admission of the
Hawaiian product free. But, this Sen
ator says, whether the Sugar Trust
wants It or whether they don't, tho
United States Is bound by moral and
legal as well as sentimental reasons
to grant relict to Cuba as recommend
ed by tho President nnd that It Is ab
solutely necessary that this should bu
done, ir Tor no other reason than tho
Important one ot retaining he good
will or the Cuban people, so that ami
cable arrangements can be made with
the new Cuban Government that Is
coming Into power within the next
row months The Administration re
gards this as the most Important rea
son or all why the roller that Is being
so pitifully sought by the Cuban peo
ple should bo granted. And the Re
publican lenders of the Senate say
that It will be granted in due time no
matter how gloomy the outlook may
seem nt present New York Sun.
y. 1 c i
YcMerday, scvcial games of the Y
M. C. A handball league series weie
plajed at the gjmnaslum V.J Merry
and J. O. Hart played three games, as
each won one of the first two gjmei
played. I. O, Hart finally won tho
match the score for the three games
being us follows- Hart. 21, .Merry, 10,
Hart. IS, Meny 21, Hart 21, Merry 18.
, , , , " w," ",e e'lmc wh,ch "'
should have plajed with Charles Mar
. 1. l.utz won the came which lm
"UeS' V Ipfmilt as the latter plajer
was imame to play as a re.ent opera
tion on his eve prohibits him from
seeing very well. A Illackmnn won
the game, which be should havo plajed
with 11. Pleite, by default, as Pierce
will lie unable to play This leaves the
following players to play In the second
round or matches: olar Oss. W E
Kerr nnd J, O. Hart, who have all play
ed and won games and A. n. l.utz nnd
A Blackman who havo won by du
fault. It Is predicted by people of Ilatavla
111., that tho windmill will at no tils
taut day llluinlnitto the fnim. Tho
reason that tho vv lndmlll has not been
used to generate electricity to light
tho farm says Electilclty. Is that up to
mis time a stnrago battery cheap
enough to serve ror the piupose gen
erally has not been Invented Nothing
short or such a bntteiy will answer
for the wind docs not nlnavs blow
when the light Is wanted, and It j
theroroie necessary to stoio the cur
rent to make It practicable Eastern
Invcntni8 have been busy with this
problem for somo ears. and It Is as
seited that considerable progress has
been made. The dliliculty seems to bo
that 11 battel y capable of peifoimlng
the desired function costs too much to
como Into general uso on the farm
When this obstacle Is overcome, and
the windmill people say ft will be, the
farmer may harness the wind nnd II.
lumlnafo his Iioubc and farm buildings
of ull kinds, as well as the lanes and
driveways leading to them,
Special Bargain Sale of
Pacific Hardware Go,,
Odds nnd Ends of Brands not now cnrrlcd
In stock to be closed out at a sacrifice.
A chance to buy pure paints to eover the
wear and tear on your buildings. 11 11
Come early nnd select your colors and
quantities. it tt it 11 u tt
Pacific Hardware Co,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS
IT IS SMART IT IS STYLISH
LY APPEALS TO THE LADIES
"-f J& gr g
,, ,, nHO lnt HNE8T TRIMMINGS IT IS
FINISHED IT ATTRACTS MORE ATTENTION FROM
THAN ANY PHAETON SHOWN IN THE TERRITORY.
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Ltd
la5 Merchant St., next to Stnngcnwnld Building.
CASTLE & COOKi
The Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Wnlalua Agricultural Co., Lt.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis. Ma
The Standa-d Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance 0
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartror
The Alliance Assurance Co. of Londot
H. P. BALDWIN Prestdw
J. n. CASTLE 1st Vice Pr.ld
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Pr
i. P. COOKE Treasur
W. O. SMITH Secretar,
GEO. R. CARTER AuiiU
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial 4 Sugar f
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahtku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. Ci
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU
The Lancashire insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Et.
General Manager ot
THE EQUITAB' S LIFE
Ot the United States for the Ha
'',' ' Merchant H Honolul.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Clins. T. Wilder,
WEDNESDAY, FED. 12, 1902.
IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
IT IS CORRECT IT STRONG-
IT HAS ON KELLEY RUBBER
W. G. Irwin & S
Western Sugar Refinery Company
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Pill
delphla. Pa,, U. R. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Nation
Cone Shredder), New York, U. 8. J
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chsmical Fertl)
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fern-
Iiers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. & u. Paints aa.
Papers; Lucol and Linseed OiU
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In wait
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime a.
v vv wv w oerirvfTvc
LIFE ami FIRE
New England Mutual Life In
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
tna Fire Insurance Compab
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. a. Irwin.. President and Manage,
Eia w sPreclJel Vice Presides
W. M. GltTard.. Second Vice Presides
H. M. Wnltney, Jr....Treas. and Be
Geo. J. Ross Audita
AQENTB OF TUB
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
0. BREWER & CO., LTD
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawallan Agricultural Co., Ook
Sugar Plant. Co., Onotnea Sugar Co
Honoinu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co
Makce '.ugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co
The Planters' Line of San Francisco
Packet; Chas. Berwer & Co.'s Line 0
LIST OF OFFICEnS.
C. M. Cooke. President! nr..
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Blshoj
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. I
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wi
terhouse and Geo. It. Carter, Dlrecton
BISHOP k CO.
Established In 1868.
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial nnd Travelers' Letters
of Credit Issued on Tho Dank or Cali
fornia and N. M. Rothschild & Sons,
Correspondents The Bank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of
8ydnev, Ltd., London.
Drafts nnd cable trsnslers on China
and Japan through tho Hongkong &
Shanghai Ranking Corporation and
Chartered Dank of Indln Anoimiin ,,
Interest allowed on term deposits at
the following rates per annum, viz:
oeven days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Three months, at 3 rr i-.nt
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
A , TRUST DEPARTMENT
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
Manago estates (real and personal),
Collect rents nnd dividends.
Vnluablo papers, Wills, Bonds, etc.,
received for snfe-kecptng.
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
Rooks examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Dankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL 8TREET.
Deposits rocolvcd and Interest al
lowed at 4 1-2 por cent per annum, In
accordance with Huloa nnd Regula
tions, copies of whlcu may bo obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDEN1
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
insurance omee, 924 Bethel Street.
Claua Opreckels. Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU : : T. H.
oan r-ranciaco Agents Tho Ne
vada National Dank of San Francisco.
Ban Francisco The Nevade Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Dank ot Loa
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
raris urodll Lyonnals.
Berlin Drcsdnor Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-
"-uuuuSuui uanmng uorporatlon.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America,
Deposits recolved. Loans made an
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan"
A88ET3, JUNE 3J, 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthiv in.,, .it.
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS?.!. T. it t. .
dent; A. A. Wilder. Vice President-'
o. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear.
DIItECTOns j. i. im-..
A. Wlldor, A. V. Goar, C. B. Gray,
J D. Holt. A. W. Koech. J. A. Lyle
Jr., J. M. Little, K. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR.
Offlco Houra: 12:301:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Su!)Jcbe1 Capital.... Ten 24,000.000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
,e!d Fund Yen 8,610,000
"EAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
. T.ne ?SPk buys aai receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
F'"'' Per cent
Deposit. Per nnnum.
For 12 month 4
For 6 months 31
For 3 monthn
Branch of tho Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
IT TELLS A
Tho decorations or a homo
tell or tho people win live In
It. Tho designs ot wall paper
and colois of tho window
shades reflect tho taste of In
mates. Havo a look about tho house
Are your wall furnishings sat
isfactory. If not, wo havo a
stock to pleaso anyono.
1902 designs In Wall Papers
and Amerlcus Window Shades
Fitted with Hartshorn rollers.
LEWERS & COOKE,
k.'l i?ni!i. h''. "Htm W"" '' ''""Ply acquired
tti habit. It li not tiece.ury to t, lorturcj bv
corn,, nrrolnir n.lls. bunion, cl.llbl.ln,, ,,
They m.y b curei-that li, yuur (mi m.v b. brnl.
ot their b.4 h.bU. Vou ;fil bi iurp";?. nSfon,!
but with how much aort vljor .n4 fir?, yog wMI b.
fn..',?' ""a ACT ln '" """ "'n.M or"W
iScilUny"; "' '"" "i-.rt.n
DR. V. R. BOGLO,
18 Arlington Building,
Hotel 8t. near Fort.
Consultation at offlco freo.
- . 1
Architects, Contractors and BullCtr.
J F. RILEY.
P. O. Bot ite
Geo. W. Pago. tL Ml
F. W. Deardslee. P. o. Box 171
BEARDSLEE & PAOB
Architects and Builder.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, H.
Sketches and Correct Estimate fw
nlahed on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Alien db Robinson,
Queen Street. Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly uttended ta.
M. F. BERTELMAN'8
16 - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance ea
King street. Orders left at either saoy
or offjee nt John Nott'a store, Klnt
etreet, will receive prompt attention.
Deer and Wine Dealer.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
etween Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. 8chafr.
Kukul 8t, Near Nuuanu.
QNJ3RAUQHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I.
The puro Juice of the grapefruit Tkt
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RINQ UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Solo agents for the Territory of Ha-
yuicu ana works, 601 Fort 8L.
lilt T nt 11
P. O. box 462.
Island orders solle-
6ct of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENING
MORAL Insure In "The Travellers",
Largest Accident Insurance
Company In the World. .:
A. C. LOVEKIN
Goneral Agents for tho Territory ot
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
H. HackfeicU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8treeU, Honolulu.
the old Sowing Machine Agent. Is still
In business at 942 BETHEL STREET.
8tock on Hand Standard, Domes
tic, National, Seamstress,' New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlndex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
New Map of Oahu.
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