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H:MUAin IT 1002.
Thomas I'lark s discovery of tho .
Democratic party on Maul Is one of
tho most Interesting of the season I
The s)inpath of a nation goes out
to President and Mrs lloosexclt at .
the bedside of their son Theodore Jr
There were Indications of extra heat
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ami suipuuruus lumro in mi- itouu,,,.
upon tho occasion of the visit of Hon
1. A Thurston
Thurston's Advertiser this morning
gives a review of the Governorship
question from Washington Identical
with that published In this paper a
lteports of Incoming steamers re
mind travelers that tho calm Pacific
sometimes does kick up a mess Just to
bow what It can do
The New York Sun has sized up the
Governorship problem In Hawaii In
the same careful and accurate manner
In which that leading Journal usually
deals with public affairs
After the receipt of a few more tele
grams currlng "positive Information
direct from the White House," the
people of Hawaii will be Inclined to
decide that tho Governorship will be
done uway with entire!).
Success of tho Methodist church In
raising Us debt shows how energy and
enthusiasm In small congregations can
overcome financial dlnUultlos Tho
millionaire (church can never lay
claim to all the blessings going.
United States Marshal Hendry Is to
be congratulated He Is one of the fow
ofllcc holders whose appolntlvo path
way has been easy, and that too when
hammers are out for ever) body from
the Judge on the bench to the call boy.
The piescnt status of the Governor
ship muddle Is as follows. Parker is
In San Francisco, Carter on the water,
Itoosovelt In Washington, Dole In Ho
nolulu, and none of them knows tho
other's Intentions And there jou arc,
Governor Tail's posslblo resignation
is a source of sincere regret to Ameri
cans of the Philippines Because Tafl
has been strongl) nnd liberally Ameri
can in his direction of tho difficult
situation with which he has had tc
Now the Chicago Record-Herald has
said 3udge Humphrey ought to re
sign, doubtless tho Judge v. Ill pen his
resignation forthwith. It memory
feerves right Thurston's Advertiser of
local fame has said the same thing on
divers and sundry occasions.
Judged from tho declaration of the
Manila Chamber of Commerce on Chi
nese, Americans there are ready to
lend Hawaii all tho Filipino labor de
sired. Like tho white man in local
caneflelds It is said of thelllplnos
tnai me) can work but the) won t.
Actor James Xelll has made himself
famous by withdrawing from the ini
tiation In a Montana lodee of Elks
.N'elll has talked so much about It
that tho general Impression Is gain
ing ground that the Elks were for
tunate In getting rid of one Nclll, "n
The proposal of solving the Cuban
sugar problem by striking more heavi
ly at tho German "kartel" is the best
)et offered Even Prince Henry's
visit ought not 'to make faint hearts
among those who would protect purely
American Interests from the antago
nistic operations of a foreign trust.
Tho I'ccclpt of n pamphlet Issued by
tho Commercial Cable Company con
taining petitions from many commor
clnj'bodlcs that tho Government allow
the company to carry out its trans
pacific project ought to servo as a re
minder to our own commercial organi
zations that the tlmo is ripe foi them
to be placed on record as fnvorlng tho
Tho very calm and positive testi
mony given by police officers as to tho
latotho Llllha street car was moving
ut tho time of a recent accident would
r,eem to Indicate Hawaii's nullity to
produco speed engineers of tho highest
order There is not one man In ten
thousand, whether riding on or watcli
ing a car can estimate Its speed with I
any degree of accuracy Police officers
do well to keep a closo watch on caro -
less motormen, but It Is likely they
will know better than go Into court
again as expert engineers to testify on
the rate nt which a car Is moving,
THE HEART OP McKINLEY.
Mark Hanna writing for the Nation
al Magazine has given to the public one
of tho best Insights to the true charac
ter of the late President McKlnlcy that
has yet been published The friend
ship existing between Hanna and Mc
Klnlcy was more than political, and
llrtnnn Is probably better able to speak
on nil phases of the martyred Presi
dent's character than any man living
Speaking of their personal relation
ships Hanna says:
1 got the closest reflations of Wll
Ham McKlnloy'B character I think, In
our quiet hours of smoking and chat
ting, when all tbo rest had retired. Tar
past midnight we hae sat many times
talking ocr thoso matters which
friends always discuss and the closer
I came to the man tho moro lovablo his
character appeared Every tlmo we
met thero was recaled tho gentle,
growing greatness of a man who knew
men respected them and loed them
Necr was It the personal Interests of
William McKlnloy that ho discussed,
but those of friends, or his party, and,
nbove all of tho people Ills ctenrcut
conscientiousness was pronounced. In
these heart to heart talks friend to
friend In the cnlm serenity of tno
nights quiet hours, we felt tho ties of
our life's friendship growing stronger
as we simply sat and puffed and look
ed In each other's faces. These homo
smoke chats nro tho treasured memo
ries of a man who loed mankind much
more than he did himself, and who
had consecrated his career to the peo
ple He nhns was Interested In bus
Iness and Industrial affairs and under
I atftml tlintii na ff.U' initn ,11,1 111 thntr rn.
iation to tho home comforts and happl
oss 0f the American people It was
in these quiet hours together that the
splendid Ideals showed 'clearest I
think that n reminiscent glanco at our
smoke chat meetings night nf ter night,
wherever we chanced to be rotcaU to
me most freely the great qualities In
the man which the world had so pro-
foundly honored I can sec that kind
Ily quizzical look In his deep blue ejea
under his bushy eyebrows, when ho
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broko the silence after meditating. ,
Mark this seems to bo right nnd
fair and Just I think so, don't )ou?"
His "don't join or "did )ou? nlwa)8
had a tone that Invited candid confi
dence. nnd this is a peculiarity that
brings back to my memory some Incl-1
dents of our acquaintanceship In early
cars that seemed to foreshadow his
Looking back over the long years ol
association with William McKlnlcy,
nothing seems to stand out more prom
Inently than the hearty and sunny way
In which ho nlwa)8 enjoiefl the friend
ly hours of recreation These pleas
ant episodes of a purely personal na
turo are emphasized more and moro as
I think of him, and It Is these that 1
most cherish In the memory of the
man Ills greatness as a statesman
was but tho reflection of IiIb greatness
ns a man William McKlnlcy was
faultless In his friendships.
The complete report of tho Governor
prepared by the Acting Governor con
tains many interesting pictures, valu
able maps and statistic -Tho text of
the report still stands c the Dole-
Sugar makers of Hawaii very wlsel)
decide that a sure market for what
they now produce Is better than a pos-
slblo market for what they might pro,
Lord Salisbury Is quoted as having
formed a determination to remain In
office till tho Doer war closes. Is
Salisbury to live forever?
Miss Roosevelt is going to the coro
nalon as a pretty American girl, an
official status entirely suited to the
popular young lady
It Is an open question which will
first commit harlkarl, tho Judges or tho
transition period prisoners
PASSING OP DOLE ItEGIME.
With the appointment of Colonel
Sam I'arkei to succeed Governor Dole
in office comes the end of n notable
era In Hawaiian affairs. Ho contribut
ed as much as any man to the over
throw of the native kingdom and tho
floating of tho Stars and Stripes over
the new Territory. But having pie.
pared the way for the Americans and
for tho coming of American ideas, he
stopped short, congested with con
dieting emotions. As tho first Gover
nor of the new Territory, a rnro oppor
tunlty was offered Mm to become tho
channel through which the new Am
erlcan spirit should be diffused over
the Islands. But his long course of
training under the monarchy gave
him peculiar ideas regarding tho auto
cratic position of the governing power,
He showed this dominant trait on
times and occasions that made him
strong and bitter enemies They be
lieved ho governed mora llko a king
than a man select id to direct affair a
under a republican form of govern
ment ,they resented not only his man
ners but his actions. It was all plain
sailing with Sanfnrd I), pole up to the
time he became Governor of tho Ter
ritory Trom that time soveral power
ful combinations were made against
him They became more active when
ho drew his authority from Washing
ton, for In that place they found what
they had so long wanted a higher
power to which they could readily np
peal Tho Gpvernor was surrounded
and heartily backed by strong and In
fluential partisans, Jbut the interpld
and tireless coalltloiukept hammering
away till nt last they wore a hole
through his defences and Washing
ton began to listen to the unceasing
complaints, Ho was flatly nccused of
j arbitrary and high-handed usurpation
of tho functions of tho Legislature,
with attempting to coerce that body
Into accepting his will as a sufficient
reason foi action with In fact play
In? the part of a pettj king That ho
was not nlwa)s right In his policies
or correct In his Judgments Is demon
strated by tho fact thnt his decisions
In land matters were repeatedly over
ruled by the Interior Depaitment when
sent up for confirmation In the regular
order of business
For tho better part
of the time he was at war with a largo
. element ot the natives as well as i
' largo number of influential men on the
Islands His retirement will havo an
J Immense Influence In settling lively
differences which have disturbed the
Territory ever slnco his appointment.
Whatovcr reputation he has won since
tho question of Hawaiian annexation
first nroso will be accorded him for
the good work ho accomplished before
tho Stars and Stripes were rnlscd
rather than for what he has done slnco
that event That ho failed to grasp
tho true spirit of American Institu
tions nnd to govern In accordance
with It was more the fault of his tem
perament than his understanding
NO POLITICAL GOVERNOK.
Maul News )
Whllo there Is not perhaps much
hope that Senator 11 P Ilaldwln could
bo Induced to sacrifice his business In
terests for the sake of accepting tho
position of Governor of tho Territory
of Hawaii, In the event of Dole's resig
nation, still It Is qulto suro that thero
Is not another man on the Islands who
would so thorough! and fully repre
sent every Interest nnd element on tho
Islands as Mr. Ilaldwln The Hawa
Hans would unqucstlnnnbly confide In
him for many reasons, the hnoles with
out reference to part) lines would con
fldo In him nnd tho business men of
the Islands would be with him to n
man We need n practical business
man, and not a politician for Governor.
UNCLE SAM LEADS IN PENSIONS
T Rochester Democrat J
The United Stntes pays out annually
nearly six times as much ns nnv other
nation for pensions Tho hill that has
Just passed tho limine appropriates
$139 812 230 The nation which comes
next Is Franco with a little over J2C,
000 000. Then Germany follows with
$22 750.000 Great Britain tiald out
last jear onl) $9,850,405, or less than
one dollar for every fifteen paid by the
united stntes. uut of nil tho great
powers Hussla Is the stingiest In her
dealings with her vetcrnn soldiers
She really has no pension list, but
there Is a fund of less than four mil
lions, the Interest on which Is paid In
the form of pensions This country's
recognition of tho claims of tho men
who hnvo suffered In her behalf In war
Is on a magnificent scalo nnd Is tho
finest thing of the kind the world has
TWO PACIFIC CABLES.
Los Angeles Herald.
The present question Is not whether
a telegraph cable shall be laid across
the Pacific ocean, but whether there
shall be two such cables The report
of the house committee In favor of n
lino to be constructed and operated by
the government gives promise that tho
pending bill will pass. At tho samo
time tho positive assurance Is given by
Mr Mackny, on behalf of the Commer
cial Cablo company, that the lino for
which cable is now being made will bo
pushed to completion, regardless of
what the government may do.
It should not bo assumed, however,
that the report of the house committee
assures the passage of tho bill. Tho
vote in favor of the report was very
close 8 to 7 Tho strong opposition
In committee no doubt reflects the gen
eral sentiment In the House, and a de
termined effort to defeat the project,
when the bill comes up for discussion,
may bo expected. It is probable, also,
that tho measure will encounter even
more strenuous opposition If It reaches
The fact that a responsible company
Is pushing the work of Pacific cable
construction with great vigor Is the
only Impediment to tho project for n
government line It Is assumed that
there Is no present need for two lines
And )ct Is n strong feeling, both In
Congress and among the people that
so Important a connecting link be
tween the United Stntes and Its west
ern territories should be cxcluslvel) lu
government control As tho matter
now stands, there is a certain!) of one
Pacific cablo as soon as It Is possible
to lay It. and there Is a possibility at
least, that a second one ma) be laid.
Tho most poetic sovereign In the
world Is probably the Emperor of Ja
pan. His love of poetr), it Is assert
ed. InprrnRPa with p.im Thn .lnnim
Mali says that "scarcely an evening'
passes that hla majesty does not com
poso from twent) -seven to thlitj of
tho thirty-one-syllable couplets called
'Wa-ka.' Theso are handed to Daion
Takasakl for examination. Ilaron Ta
kasakl has held his present position
slnco 1892, and he declares that the
number of-rcouplets composed b) his
majesty from that time up to the end
of last Maich was 37,000 The impress
also is vcr) fond of writing verses,
hut her majesty's pen Is not so pro
line ns that of tho Emperor She com
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poses about two couplets twice a week,
There Is a general error In spelling
Mrs. Roosevelt's maiden name. He
fore her mwlagc she was a Miss Ca
row, not Carew Tho name Is an old
French Huguenot one, orllnally spell
ed Que. can, but was changed to Carow
by Mrs Ilnosev oil's grandfather, Isaar
Carow, who experienced much troubln
with men In business who neve, seem
ed able to spell Quercai. p.operly
Some months ago a New York paper
said that the name Quentln (of one of
'"' Hiuiniia ahu u nun iui n ijuiit-i
the boys) was a family name of thn
Itooscvelts The name belongs on tho
Carow side nnd wos also a French
Huguenot name, originally spelled
Former Congrebsman Kerr, one of
the executors of the Into John Bher
man, Is writing tho biography of tho
distinguished statesmnn. There will
be two volumes of 600 pages each
Senator Sherman set nslde J10 000 for
that purpose. Mr. Kcir" sayg lliat ono
of the Interesting things that tho task
has developed is that Senator Sher
man was very careful to keep every
letter received by him .from prominent
people In this and other countries
Thete contain many letters on Im
portant events In tho nation's history
Many of tho letters were from his
brother Qcnrral W T Sherman,
"Leslie M Shaw
the new Cabinet official
navld Haium of Itoosovelt s admlnls-
iruuon. vvnat i mean is mat Mr. Shaw
Is a nitural born man of affairs and
the personification of shrewdness"
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CHINESE EXCLUSION AND DIP
LOMACY. New York Commercial.
In connection with tho present agi
tation for the reenactment' of tho
Geary law for tho exclusion of Chinese
Immlrnnlo n rather oiirlnna fen til re nf
tho situation Is the bringing to light I tentlou of Worcester bank men. In
by Secretary Hay of a,, almost forgot- S . -JJ-
ten treaty hetvveen this Government Ccnlg Savn'BS for B gran,,Bon
and Chlna-a ten )cais convention, born that year , tno Uopost book
based on tho exclusion law Itself, that he wrote nm,, n,0ssage to his
went Into force on December 7, 1S9L grandson, unusual In banking expert
and Is decldedl) drastic In its piovl- ence hut characteristic of tho man.
slons Not onl) does It compel the ex- It Is well worth reproducing, and foi
elusion of Chinese (except under the lows
same conditions ns those set forth lu "My lpnr Grandchild I have made
the law) but in It the Government of deposit for you of $100. I wish ion to
China agrees that It will not object to t accumulate till you havo grauu
the enforcement of the exclusion act. ?'0'11fr1om C"c? "'J11'1' aV U out
11,1. agreement removed at that time. SiM Uou
tho possibility of an) diplomatic rup- mlrcilaso such books as will have a
ture between China and tho United tendency to make you a wiser and bet-
htates growing out of the passage of
tllc aa The n8rceme"t stands, of
i-uuiBu, mini uei'eiuuiT t, icii -iicuny luuuuii iu uur parenis, a unglll ana
three )ears longer than the waning Ufeishlnlng ornament in society, and a
of tho Geary law and according to Its Christian Gentleman, Is tho sincere
own specific terms the treat) Is to bo Por of four affectlonato
regarded as In force for another ten , . . , "GRANDFATHER."
)ears-or up to December 7, lDH-un- . 8, ""lo '' hf n?w
less six months before the expiration TZllZ S o8 as && I . oY
'.S": 8 !te course and is now at liberty
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termination is desired.
"Wh) recnact the exclusion law at
.ill'" Is n (.Pi-Inn niipntlnn In WnehltiiF.
tnn Ihki n. .-,. i n,,i nr ii.i. ...,
. "" ." nw. w... ....a .v
turn of affairs. "Wh) not .est secure -
ly foi two or three )ears under the I
1r,','"0n8?i .T"at T0"!?' ori
course be the easiest way to dispose
of tho mutter a do-nothing or make-
shift plan We doubt, however. If it
would suit the people of the Pacific'
Coast States. It would piobably meet
with little favor In a good many other
quaiteis Tho question has become a
vital Issiir, nnd now Is manifestly the
nest tlmo to test the sentiment of COn-
gress on It. Possibly that bod) could
, " ."' "r ?M ho sort , opera-
tlve after the lapse of the eclstlng trc-
at), possibly, too, China might ic-
tniinio i... v,.i,,,h A,n.i .,
her domains should tho United States
2.-S J"!L." IM
.. ...w.n b. ,,b V-.....U a V..1UIO m M, Brn a ,at ws gec ,y a wnto ma
whether or not she desires the rpn-, It Is, of com se, regarded as a quite ex
tlnuance of the t.eaty foi iinotlienten pensive luxury, but It Ib not really so
jears when ono understands tho lengthy and
lint we must how to the popula. will !a,,rl0,1'8 task of mi1(nK one and Its
In all such cases and tako .ill tho risk:. on "'e. !'dei good caie. Somo ono
involved It will be .ecalled tharthe
passage f the Geary law In 1892 was
In dl.ect vlolatlom-of a treaty then In
fq. re, and China therefore had grounds
ror affront nnd tho cutting off of dip-
loinath relntlgns with us still she
F.gned a new tteaty accepting tho
terms of that law Unquestionably It
would he for her Intel est to accept an-
other of tho Bame sort
T.tlu ..Ullnn..!, elfflil eat .... K. tl.
Department of Stato may have been
necessary from the point of view of
' sa)S a friend of diplomacy, but wo seriously doubt Its
llclal, "will be thoUfflcpy ft brlnB,nB the eielusloulst,
i Congress to a standstill,
i Congress to a standstill,
Send the .weekly edition of tho Qui-
J Ictln to your friends. Only 1 a year.
IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
HOW BANKED MONEY ACCUMU
LATES. Norwich Bulletin.
"An interesting Illustration of tho
value of savings hank deposits," says
tho Worcester Gazette, "Is found In
, episode recently brought to tho at
ter man Thnt )ou may grow up and
become a great and good man, bo a
ln nppiy me ninu to mo purposo nam'
cd. Ab ho Is rich tho gift Is not of so
much practical value as It would bo
If his family had suffered reverses
during tlio Intervening years, but tho
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Till, was a novel way of helping a
grandchild, and by Its suggcstlveness
may prove a blessing to others In the
A MATTER OP HATS
Now York Commercial 1
It Is announced that tho Panama hat
Is likely to bo fashionable again this
eomlng summer. Tho prevalent Idea
JJ ' ,f "cle ;or ho.
Bear seems to bo that It Ib a good deal
"'"""; i "i" noi me caso.
l ho Panama hat Is tho most natur
i?,mfS!L?.bL"n'l,1t.l,ir, "f" '" l.h'
or'cKum. Sea-long before
4a ',' "'"' L'J",.' ,"!lu".t" -,m!
ft- ' ',, - - ' - - ;
Panama fBmy tnat lne
In fact Now Yorkers nnd Northern
pis generally havo yet to learn th
comrort ol tho Jlppl Jappa hat undo
from 'he grass ot that name That U
",B ol" mucle or Headgear that could
nffut tho tiado In tho original Pai u
Uia TIlO JlPIll JaiMia HlRa GrmiLU lit
H!'1" ,prt nico anil on all the otlirr
""'"i .?. """' " """.Mn.! "'
J? u' M'0 a "''."f,!!",0 ,f Im!B from
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Ulank books of all description do-
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Collect rents and dividends.
VAlllftllln tinnnrfl Will rtnnrla nf
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Auditors for Cornnrntlnnn nml PH.
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Statements of Affairs prepared.
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Denaslts repnlvevl- Tahti. mnA .n
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change bought and sold.
voiiectiona Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A88ET8, JUNE 3D, 1901, 80,04347.
Money loaned on approvod security,
A Saving Dank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on thn mnnlhlv ln.ull.
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The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital,... Tea 24,000,000
i-biu up uapiiai xen 18,00U,000
Reserved Fund ....... Yen 8.610.000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The TtAnV hliva nnri raj-nlvaa fn mAI.
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
For 12 months
For S monthn
For 3 months .
Branch ot the Yokohama Specie Dank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
IT TELLS A
Tho decorations of a homo
tell of tho people whj live in
It. Tho designs ot wall paper
and colors of tho window
shades reflect tho tasto of in
mates. Have a look nbout tho houso
Aro your wall furnishings sat
isfactory. If not, wo have a
stock to pleaso anyone
1902 designs In Wall Papers
and Amerlcus Window 8hades
Fitted with Hartshorn rollers.
LEWERS & COOKE,
the old Sewing Machlno Agent, Is still
In business at 942 BETHEL STREET,
Stock on Hand Standard, Domes
tic, National, Seamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlndex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
New Map ot Oahu.
Oomplkd I trom (JoVetnnienl Survtyt anl Chrti.
B'f ' Su" PlMtMloni. Rtllnyi. ind Other
JUIIibli Source. th map is nm inchis
Will nlttl coloring and Ml mountings, u.k
In very useful well n ornimenul well mas
THI PIICR OF THS HAP II Jm oo. Coplei CO
t otilalp.4 Irom
t.r... Jf,s I TAYLOR.
KIO 1 lot tm jo Jut! Buliaina;, Hcnolulul T. H
or HAWAIIAN NEWS CO , LTD
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Architects, Contractors and ulltlai
J. F. RUBY.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Bol ito
Geo. W. Page. TeL Ut
F. W. Beardslee. P, O. Box T7I
BEARD8LEE 5fc PAqB
Architects and Builders.
Office. Rooms 2-4. Arllnrtnn Inn.i
Honolulu, T, II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates far
nlshed on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber, ind Goal,
Alton 5fe Robinson,
Qnoen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptlr attend! to.
H. F. BERTELMAN'S
18 - MOVDD
TO rear Of Old atamt rnr.n ..
King street. Orders left at either shos
or omce at John Nott's store, Klaa
street, will recelro prompt attention.
Beer and Wins Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. 8chfr,
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. 1
The sure Juice ot the KranofrnlL Tka
most healthfuL InvlKoratlnar and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
LI MITE J. ,
Sole aeents for thn Tprrllni-r M IT..
wall. Offlco and Works, 601 Fort BL,
X1UUU1U1U, 1. OL it.
F. O. box 462. Island orders soils
In Kaplolnnl Park
Addition and In
137 MERCHANi STREET.
by Miss L. IC. Dayton
E. W. Quinn,
Patronage of Owners, Architects
nnd Builders solicited.
1168 Union St. Phone, Main 394
B. T. JDREIBR
Contracting and Consulting Electrical
tngmeer. - Plans, Specifications
and Estimates Prepared, - Dealer
in Electric Supplies.
OFFICE Room 8, Mapoon Bldg.
TEL. BLUE 281.
ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENING
MORAL Insure In "The Travellers",
Largest Accident Insurance
Company In the World. .:
A. C. LOVEKIN
Qenoral Agents for tho Territory of
403 JUDD BUILDING.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
H. Hackfe!& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fnrt and Queen Street. Honolulu
Primary, Secondary or Tcrtlory Blood Poison
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Cook Remedy Co.
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