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EVENING UULLKTIN, HONOLULU, II. T., MONDAY. FED. 24, 1902.
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rnimi uy i iii'2.
Col Parker Is resting e.isj on Gov
ernorship matters i onllilent that the
Fcheme of n general broadside attack
planned b) his enemies can do harm
solely to the enem.
Owing to the prtss of foreign new
the publication of Judge E-Hee s speech
at the exercises Sunda evening In
eleferied The address will be given
In full In Tuesdav s Issue
It Is to laugh Paramount Carter Is
not expected In Wnshlngton There'.)
no doubt however, that Mr Carter will
receive n considerate hearing as nil
Hawaii s citizens luve received
Thurston's Advertiser sas the Pres
ident has no thought of making a
change In Ilnwall's (lovernor jet It
publishes a telegram that the Presi
dent hns discussed Mr D.ildwin In con
nection with the (lovernoishlp This
Is strnngel) inconsistent.
It Is much us was expected About
the time Prince Hcnrj set out for his
American tour a few lonclj Deconir.iU
set up a howl about the Imperialism of
the Hepubllran administration It
onlj shows how thorouglilj at Iohs for
an Issue the Democrats are.
1 he Chamber of Commerce ut Its
special session todnj Is called to take
action on a subject that requires cato
ful deliberation. Whatever nctlon Is
taken should be free from historical
exaggeration and marked throughout i
with calm businesslike Judgment.
-The alliance between Japan and
Great Ilrltaln for the protection of
China's Integrltj may not hiive been
published ns a warning to Itussia but
that Is what it amounts to Just the
same While the I'nlted States does
not Join In the scheme It neverthelcMi
goes far towards voicing American de
sires Clothing of a Slave
Stirs Up Washington
Washington Kc-li U Washington
boclctv Is ugog over tile tbiatrlcnla
to lie given Tor the bene lit or the Jim
lor republic Most of the difildiltles
arlso fiom tho nrrnngement of tlitj
tableaux vivnntu The rtntel) and
beautiful Baroness Hangelmiillei was
selected for tho role ol Empress Tlieo
ilora Fascinating llttlo Countess Cas
slnl vvnB cast In the role of a slave
girl In waiting upon this hiilllant
In Its theatricals society Is nothing
If not truo to life, and It would not ex
nggernte things to say that the drap
ery of tho slave girl is to bo brief and
scant) It Is a design copied tiom one
of the old masters The proud litis
slan peel ess did not partlcularlj icl
Ish the role of a slave and when she
camo to view- her stage dress, there
was Immediate rebellion I'latterj as
to tho stunning effect she would produce-
did not appease hei lie and she
Informed the committee that 'It would
bo much more pleasant to view tlu-at
rlcals from one of the boxes wheic she
would be accompanied bj her father '
Ilaroness Hengelmullei then pro
claimed that If the display was too
much for Countess Casslnl. her own
pruderj would not p. unit her to ills
port In the classic robes of the Em
press Two years ago society tooK a
freak of I.enten penitence lij under
lug a the-atrlcal performance for char
Ity's saKc Reverberations of the feuds
and battles of thut time are still heard
Oroton, Mass Feb 14 This was
nn eventful dny at the Oroton School
Theodoro Hoosevelt Jr has Impioved
ery rapidly, nnd for tho first time
since his Illness he paitook of solid
food, meat being Included In the delt.
The boy rested comlortably all day At
each taking of tho chart the respira
tion, pulso nnd temperature of tho pa
tlc-nt were nonnnl, and, fiom all np
jienrantes, the convalescence was un
interrupted It Is hoped that the buy
will be ablej to sit up by Monday.
Young lloosevelt'B lungs uie rapidly
clearing, with the possibility of ieso
lutlon being completed 111 a very few
Washington I'cb 14 President
Roosevelt returned to tho White
IIouso this afternoon In a very happy
franio of mind after five anxious days
at tho bedside of his boy, who has
been critically ill with pneumonia at
flroton, Mass. Miss Alice Roosevelt
left Washington at 4 DO o'clock for
The Evening Dulletln, 76 cents per
TAFT TELLS OF LIFE
AND EXPENSE IN MANILA
Had Only $1500 Left Out of His
Large Salary-Salaries for
Officers Must Rule
Washington f"eb 10 - In rontlnu
Ing bis statement tonccrmng condl
tlons In the Philippines befoie the
Semite Committee on the Philippines
loda Com i nor laft said that the es
timate for preliminary expenses In
those Islands must include a consider
able outhiv for school buildings It
was nciixsarv, be said, to make sala
ries from 20 to 25 per cent higher than
lu the I nlteil States In this connec
tion Senator Culberson made Inquiries
iimcernlng the s.il.ules and allowance
nf the Conimlssluncts of tho archi
pelago 4 Is each of the Commissioners paid
l-WOno''" be asked
'No was the reply. "When we
first went out the Commissioners vvuo
each paid $10,000 and the chairman
$UtJ00 and lu ndditlon there was an
allowance of $5500 to each for ex
penses, mnklng the total ?.'. uUO and
$17 500 respectlvel When 1 was ap
pointed civil governor I was allowed
$5000 for m legislative duties and
$15 000 for my duties ns an executive,
mnklng $20 000 The otlicr Commis
sioners were allowed $5000 for tit"
I ll I .1 tiniuiAl .....
..hi''. - ". "..... .vv v.. "'j
' vcv.lll.l mill rr iieuniKr, Vss uvv
' Is each allowed a private secre
"And j on also have a large clerical
"You would think so If jou should
step Into our offices, jou also would
get an Idea of the necessity for such
n force "
"What other allowances are made'
' None, except that I am allowed as
Governor to live In the Mnlacannn, tho
old (lovernor Ciener.ils palace"
Is It an extensive place'"
' leather It costs me $12" In gold
pei month to light It unci I pnj $3000
a vi.tr out of my own pocket for ser
vant hire There are fourteen ponies
In the stable, eight of which 1 own
and I also keep three carriages The
giouncls nio extensive but they arc
lighted by the cltj of Manila as anv
other park would be'
"Arc the other members of the Com
mission provided with residences?"
' They nrc not All of them pay
rent and I can assure ou that I
would much prefer to paj mine to be
ing required to live at Mnlarniiau and
keep up that establishment
If I may
be allowed a word personally I would
saj that of mj Jle.lOO snfarj last jear
I had onlj $1300 left nt (lie end of the
ve.ir, and I am sure that If mj Illness
had not prevented mj entertaining to
i desirable extent there would havn
bein nothing left of the $J0O0O now
paid, and General White and Oenernl
Ide have assured me the) could save
nothing There Is much entertaining
necessarj iind the cost of everjtblng
Is rentei than In Washington Indeed,
money goes set fust there that It seem'
to melt There nre no perquisites or
allowances other than thec I havo
Oovernor Tnft added that the Com
mission had nothing to do with flxliu
the salaries of Its own members that
being dono lu Washington, but ho
said it wns Impossible to secure the
services of competent men for icspon
slide positions without p.i)Ing bettor
salaries than nie paid here.
Oovernoi Tnft ulso said that tho
members of the Commission nnd their
families had been transported free to
the Islands, and that It had been Presi
dent MiKlnlej's special wish that the
families should be taken because of
the effect on the Tlllplnos themselves
"We want." he said, "cspcclall) to
demonstrate to the Filipinos tho pos
sibility of nn honest administration of
Justice, which Is something the) have
never experienced under Spanish rule!
oi mulct the rule of Agulunldo They
have no conception of a man holding
olllce except for the purpose nf his own
Washington, Feb lu The healing
ol Oovernoi Tatt on the Philippine
question b) the Senate Committee on
the Philippines begun todnj with a
suiles of questions by Senator Pal
terson In reganl to tho fitness of Fill
plnos for July ilut). Ml I'atteison
asked whether the native- population
on which the voting franc lilse Is bo
stowed could not bo trusted to do Jmy
eliitj The Governor lepllod In the
negutlve Having the) aru so used to
coiruptlon In the administration ol
Justice- that thev could not be tumted
"1 hej ne-ed to bo trained," he salel,
to have examples, they nio not ready
lor Jury duty "
Referring to tho codo of pioccdure
In the Islands. Governor Tnft said In
replj to a question bj Senator Culber
son that It Is an American codo lath
cr than a .Spanish code.
Pndei the Spanish regime, said Gov
ernor Tnft tho courts woio not only
sluggish, but notorious!) corrupt, nnd
the 111 st courts established by Gen
eral Otis were no better Under Span
Ish Mile tbeio vvus no substantial do
nlnl of Justice
Referring to the petition of thu
Federal party Gov pi not Tail said all
the cases of Imprisonment refeneel to
weie for mllltnr) and not civil or
Ileuses Prnctlcnlh there- aie no civil
i piosecutlons for political offenses nt
Governor Tnft said the otlgliml
draft of the Federal pait) platform
had been submitted to the Commls
slon and that the declaration for
Statehood was then mine explicit and
was ultimately adopted
"My recollection," ho snld, "Is that
wo said to tho repicscntatlves of tho
pnrtv that this must bo far In the In
turc- and that wo could make no
promises, one way or tho otlicr."
"Is not the Commission responsible
for tho formation of tho Federal par
ty?" asked Senator Dubois.
'No, It was not," Clovornor Tnft re
sponded He nave the names ot sev
eral prominent I'lllplnos who bad as
Blot id In tho organization They had,
he said consulted the members of the
Commission nnd the latter had en
cournged tho formation ns far as pos
slblp because the part was for pence
The promise of statehood bad been no
prominent part of tin mission work of
New York IX) 1- Tin Impel I..1
MC'lUIIIU )U1I1C .ICJIlt'llUIII'lll Si III II I u
for the use of Prime Hcniv or Prus
sia durlnc his romlnc visit utrlvc-d to-
dav from Mel She was not expected
for she came bv the southern elr.l.,'0
nnd It was calculated that the null
would , nice at. east one eluv more thai,
.1 ..... c .,..,, CUM. . .- ...U..K..I .....
she would touch nt llerniud.i and that
place had leported her ns two .lavs
ovc-idue. The weather encountered
was unfavorable for n call at Hermit -
da. and nt sea Admiral Count von Ban-
cllssln abandoned the inrtly formed
plan and shaped her course for New
the jacht bad some tiwcvy vt rathe.
In southern waters, but foi the most
part it was fair, and when It was nt
its best she logged sixteen knots nn
hour She hove In sight off Sanely
Honk a few minutes before noon As
she came tbiougb the Narrows and
up Into North river passing craft gave
her an enthusiastic welcome with their
whistles and the man nt her J.irkstalt
was kept busy dipping her big naval
flag with Its field of white, blark Prus
slan eagle and Mac k cross
high out of the water and looked 1m
rresslve hevond her real sire She was
palntcel white all over save for a black '
inilp nt Iter flenrelie ii! snmo tnnphp.4 !
" . " "' . . .
fB0i,i astern and a long stieak of red
that showed below her vvaterllne She
has a rum bow and in general
icscmblcs a modern man-of-war
New Voik I'cb t 1 A spe. lal to
tin Hi uciklv n i:agle fi nin Washington
snvs A Navj surgeon who has kept
vvntih on the eai-e uf Admiral Samp-
Mill explained todnj the nature of tho
malm!) that Is slowlj but surel) sap-
ping the mental uud phjslcal vigor of
the forrmrlj brilliant olllcei Accord
ing to the statement of Mils surgeon
Admiral Sampson Is liable to die at
'Admiral Sampson Is suffering from
softening of the brain with degenera
tion of the arterl.it Kjstcm." s.Ud the
surgeon "The wasting nvviiy of the
brain tissues Is due to n lack of blood
nourishment This has hi ought on a
condition of nphnsla, which has re-
Mill WON IS
NEAR MATH'S DOOR
suited In a partial lilss or -peech Tho w"" eniversuy. rei. u-rron.
power to speak Is restore,! from tlmo, authentic sources It has been learned
to time, but for the mem part Admlr.il ,lmt "l,rnr "l,n n pacltj of 1 -Simpson
nppcars to have entire lj lost! 00'W0 "lniis. Is to be added to tho
the abillt) to articulate Of course,
the affection of the brain Is largel) due
to the diseased condition of the urtei
l.il s)stem 1 should si) Unit this Is
the most dangerous feature of his enbe.
The weakened nrterles nre liable to
burst at ail) time causing a rush nf
blood to the bead and bringing on
death b) npoplexj."
GERMAN POLITICAL ROW
lleilln, Feb U.
Tho frequent dlf
r.-i.-nces or opinion which have oc.ur
::.i ". ':!:"o,V!,o::,r.r ;::
Relcbstng ciilmlnnted til In inclining
alter several dlstiiiblug Incidents ill 1
an open spilt nnd lu the resignation of
the chairman, lltron von Kardoilf one
of tho Agrarian leaders.
Although Count von PosmlowsM
Wehner the Impeilal Societal) ol
State for the Interior declared thy
Government could not accept the nig
gestlon the committee, by n huge ma
jorlty, ndopted a motion to the nlTcct
that the tarirf bill should be-como e-r
lectlvc- January 1, 19e)i, which Union
von KardotlT refused to enteitaln.
The Liberals and Socialists violent
ly denounced the
and the committee subsequently over-
rilled the- chair The chairman re -
signed Tho ovei ruling or Baron von
KareloitT led to an uproarious outbreak
and Socialist shouts of "Dictatorship '
WRECKED HANK SPECULATING
Dctiolt. Mich., Feb 10 Vice Presi
dent Frank C Andiews of the City
savings iiuiiK, wiucn hub uicii .11 ii,lln t(l (m himself and thus rediie 0
hands of Stnte Hanking Commissioner ,m um)ur f Kng-8 subjects The
George I, Munz slnco this morning, I ludge addeil that n man's life belong
wns anested late this afternoon and til to himself and bis Crcatm and lie
uiralgned at !) 30 odock tonight on did not I now but that the man had
the charge of wlllfull) fraudulently 1 the tight to kill himself If he so tip
nnd knowlnglj" securing fiom tho "''"el
bank without secuill) nnd wlthuiit tho
knowledge of the other dlrectois u
sum exceeding J 1 000.000 Ho was le
leascd on $10,000 ball, and his exnmt
nation wns set for Felirunrj 21
Cislilei Henr) R Andrews through
whom F C Andiews Is said to havo
scented tho money by means of nver
drafts and certified checks Is serious- ,. MbkoiiI (0mpaiiy has agreed o
ly III ut his homo with nervous pros- Bvt, lalo ,)f fi0 ,)er ccnt ,ott(,r ,.,
trntlon In addition to n total Indebt- the pre-sent cnblo rates Government
cdness to the City Snvlngs Hank ot messages will bo bandied nt 11 still
$1,158000 to secme which Vlco Pre si- lowei rates.
dent Androws has signed ovei to that 1
Institution nil bis real estate holdlngij TOLSTOI IS IMPROVING.
nnd stocks nod bonds nnd other securl- I
ties, which It Is estimated, will total Valla Crimen. Fob 15 Count Tol
sbout 81.000 000. four local banks and v "' l somowlint Improved today Ills
trust company hold bis checks certi
fied to bj Cashier Andrews, to tho
amount of Gi2 000 A ronsldcinbln
number of these checks nio piotcctcd
MAY HUCClilil) III ..
Kl Paso, Feb 12 The lepiesentii
tlvc of a very piomlnent house lu 111
1'at-o which has Mexican connections
uf Importance, olllclal .is well as finan
cial, has received Infoimntlon from Its
agent In Mexico City that President ,
Jia ..i.e.. is ... ... iron. ...u .-.-
deney within six months, and that
l - 1.. 1 i !.- J .1.. (1 I
! uenerat ucyes is to succceu mm.
DEPARTURE IS ATTENDED
BY GREAT ENTHUSIASM
Denies That He Has Written Letter
To Admiral Dewey About
Kiel 1 en lo Acnnirni i-rince lien
I'lussia siaricu irom iircmen u.
3U this moinltig.
,(, ,( st(,n ()f Ulp 1rlllcc ., a
,,,. l(r(, nag ,Ult hQ ,,,,, 10
vrllKO of the Kronprlnz Wllhelm In
Admlrnl's iiiiirorni nnd lined his
jc - np In response to the cheers of the
Commander William II. Peehler I'
H N, the I'nlted Stnten Naval nt
tache at Berlin bade tho Prince good
lij for the I'nlted States Embassj
Senntor Tichlrsckj Prussian Mill
Ister to the llnnse-atlc cities, bade fare
well to the Prince for Emperor Wll
Ham. who sent his brother a telegram
picvlous to the departure of tho
Uremerhnven I'cb 18 Previous to
sailing, Prince ilenrj In conversation
with n correspondent of the Assoclnt
e-cl Press referred to the report that
he had written a letter to Admiral
Dewey apologizing; for the conduct ot
r'lu (''rmn" squndion In Manila llaj
...mug cue wnr vvuti npaiit.
'It Is nil untrue, said the Prlnco,
.., nmcf haye wr,n ,() Al,mlJ, ,)(,w:
,,j in my life,"
ii- .!.... t-..i. ,- .
IMII1H.1IIIHCI1, I c-.i id ,i lllllll
burg Senntor Tlchlrschky Joined the
'party of Prince Henry nnd nt Ulomen
vvliurc the- train arrived at 1 40 p m '
Admiral von Tlrpltz. Secretary of the ,
Admiralty, Adjutant Oenernl von
Pb-ssen and other high olllclnls from
llcrlm vveio added to the Prince's
suite Thej lunched lelsurelj In the.
Rojnl walling room of thu llremen stn
Hon and t lion entered the train which
nt 2 p in steamed slowly along to
wnrd llrcmcnlmvcii The Inhnhltnnts
of every village along tho route turn
eel out. gnthere .1 along the railroad
track and gave the Prince a great ova
llroinerbnven usually n dreary
place was bright with color In the
Princes honor All the shipping In
the liver Mew
American and (lermnn
Hags niul the wharves were black with
cheering crowds as tho Kronprlnz Wil
helm drew out Into the stream with
her band plajlng "Tho Stnr Spangled
Hremeihaven I'oli IB The Kron
piln7 Wllhcliu passed the llohcnvvc-g
lighthouse nt 5 25 p m Kali weather
prevailed and the sea was calm
BIG STANFORD LIBRARY
university buildings, piobably within
the next two )onrs The only source
fiom which definite Information enn
be obtained Is Mrs Stanford, who Is
due to reach Palo Alto tomorrow from
the Fast, but Piesldent Jordan an
nounced todn) that the curicnt rumor
regarding a new librniy Is well
The btturtiiic will have shelf loom
for four times ns man) books ns tho
magnificent building recently donated
by Senator Stanford's brother, TI10111113
Wilton Stanford of Australia The
lattci Is still to remain In constant use
j ,,, , ,,,.,, ,,, argcr ,.
!'"" t "'"- 't...i ,nnr.i
lo the nieds of graduate students 1 hn
eill (lie will stnnd somewhat to the
northeast of the main quadrangle cor
I expanding 111 location to the new
(hemsltiy building lu the northwest
It has been nsserted that It will fol
low vei) eloscl) the lines of the Con
gressional llbrarj at Washington
MAN'S RIGHT TO SUICIDE'
Philadelphia. Feb 1 Herbert
Wilght of this city hns been arraign 1
ed beloie Judge Arnold on the chargo .
eif t ilclng laudanum with suicidal In
, tent Wright pleaded "guilty to nt
ti niptlng suicide but not with Intent
to Kill myself"
lu dismissing the case Judge Ar
uold snld he doubted If there H sue h I
1111 olTensei In this count r) as attempt j
cd nub I1I0 The law emanated ho
bald I10111 mints where there were
Kings and nnipeiors, who adopted
tiic tin-en) that It wns wrong foi a'
MAItCONI MAKES P.ATES.
Ottawa, Out Feb 10. In letuni
101 1 lontrlbutlou fiom the I-c-1 -ral
Government towards tho c-H'ction of
a Marconi telegraph station at Capo
llietem for earning on of tho trans
Attillitl, 11 Imlnaa tntm-m ,l, avalntu
pulse Is !ii) and his tumporatuio Is sat
isfaiioi) Tho change feu tho worst)
in his eoiidltlon, which occurred lust
e-venim, was cnused by a spie-ad of
the- iitilmoiiur) Inflammation to the
tight lung Tho lullummatlon Is begin
nliu to subside
HANSOM HAS IttiliN PAID.
Washington, Fob 1! Tho Stnto De
pal tinent has u-colved cablo advices
c mill ruling tho repoit that tho i annum
money for Miss Stonct has been paid
to tho brigand captors
p0 the DuetIn-, ipeea ,.
du.trlal edition Is three cents to all
parts of the States.
Special Bargain Sale of
by run t ti ii
Pacific Hardware Co.,
OildH nnd Ends of llrnnd not now carried
In stock to be cloned out nt n sacrifice.
A clinncc to buy pure paints to cover the
wear nnd tear on your buildings. It tl
Come early nnd select your colors and
quantities. n ll u ti it u
Pacific Hardware Co.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS
The Hits of the Year
Every job the perfection of
A fine specimen of the carriage builders' art. We have
others equally good.
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
125 Merchant St., next to Stangcnvvnltl Building.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugnr Refinery Company of
San Francisco, 1
Ilnldwin Locomotive. Works of Pblla
elclphln, Pa , U. S A.
Newell Universal Mill Co (National
Cano 8hrcdder).Ncw York, USA
N. Ohlnndt At Co "s Chemical Kortlll
Alex Cioss & Sons' high grade Peril
llzors for Cano nnd Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covoilng.
also orruit for sai.i::
Pnralllno Paint Co 's P& I) Paints nnd
Papers, I.ucol and I.lnsccd Oil,
raw nnd boiled.
Indiirlno (a cold water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, I.lmc and
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF DOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ooknla
Sugar Plant. Co , Onomea Sugar Co ,
llonomu Sugar Co , Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makeo Sugar Co .Haleakala Ranch Co ,
Tho Planters' Lino of San Francisco
Packet; Chas. llrewcr & Co 's Lino of
LIST OF OFFICERS
C. M. Cooke, President, Gborgo
RobertBon, Manager, IL F. Illshop. I
Treasurer nnd Secretnry; Col. W. V. !
Allen. Auditor; P. C Jones, II Wo-'
terhoiiso and Qeo R. Carter, Directors.
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for tho
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Company, CIin8. T. WIIdeP,
IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
Tho Uvvn Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co
Tho Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo
Tho Standard Oil Co.
Tho Geo. F. Ulako Steam Pumps.
Tho New England Llfo Insurance Co
Tho Aetna Flro Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurnnco Co of London.
Win. G. Irwin & Go
Win. a Irwin.. President and Manager
Clans Sprockets Vlco President
W. M. Olffnrd .Second Vlco President
II. M. Whltnoy Jr. ..Trcas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ros9 Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
ALEXANDERS BALDWIN Ltd
II. P. Baldwin President
J II, Cnstlo First Vlco President
W. M. Aloxander.. Second Vlco Pres.
I J. P. Coolco Treasurer
V. O. Smith Secretary
j Geo. It. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGKNTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co , Haiku Sugar Co , Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co, Klhel
Plantation Co, Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulut Railroad Co, and
The California and Oriental S. S. Co
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
Queen Street, - Honolulu
Tho Lancashire Insurance Co.
Tho Dnlolso Insurance Co.
Union Qass Engine Co.
Domestic Sowing Machine, Etc,
Architects, Contractor and BulhUr.
V. HOFFMANN F. RILEY
Hoffman & Riley
Eiilmim Fumliht 1
P. O. Bos ita
Geo. W. Pago. Tel Ml
F. W. Beardtlee. P. O. Box 171
BEARDSLEE dfc PAQB
Architects and Builder.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Ann it,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimate tar
nlshed on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen 5c Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attend! to.
hi. P. BERTELMAN'S
18 - MOVBD
To rear ot old stand. Entrance oa
King street. Orders left at either sboj
or olllce at John Nott'a store, Klaa
street, will receive prompt attention.
Deer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schatfer.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. 1
Tho pure Juice of the grapeftulL Tke
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RINQ UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Bole agents for the Territory ot Ha
waii, omce and Works, C01 Fort Bt,
Honolulu, T. of II.
P. O. box 462. Island orders solle
Ited. LOTS FOR SALE
In Koptolnnl Pnrk
Addition and In
137 MERCHANi 8TREET.
by Miss L. K. Dayton
B. W. Quinn,
Patronage of Ownci-H, Architects
and Builders (solicited.
1168 Union St. Phone, Main 394
E. T. DREIBR
Contracting and Consulting Electrical
Engineer. - Plans, Specifications
and Estimates Prepared, - Dealer
in Electric Supplies.
OFFICE Room 8, Magoon Bldn.
TEL. BLUE 231.
ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENING
MORAL Insure in "The Travellers",
Largest Accident Insurance
Company In the World. ,:
A. C. LOVEKIN
General Agents for the Territory of
403 JUOD BUILDING.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8t.
H. HackfekU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor Fort and Queen 8treeta, Honolulu
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