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SUNDAY DULLnTIJT, HONOLULU, H. T.. SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 1901,
I WHITE GOODS!
A PERFECT BLENDING OF ELEGANCE AND ECONOMY
Wo take considerable plcastic and a pardonable amount ot pride
In calling attention to our present Btock of these goods. Ah wo bavo
gl en particular attention to th selection and the buying. It Is cer
tainly (-peaking well for tho stock when we Bay that It Is superior to
any wo novo ever shown.
EXCEPTIONABLE VALUES THIS WEEK
Assorted patterns, per yoid .
Satin Stripe Lawns
Assorted stripes, 9 yards for .
Plaids and Checks
Good assortment! 3 yards for
20c per yard
B Fancv Lace Slrines
I'ln patterns, 7 yards for
Plaids and Checks
Ii ancy eiiucis, anuu uanuriniLMn,
of patterns, G janls for
Fancy White Ducks
Vertical stripes; exceptional
quality, G yaids for
10 yard pieces . . ....
75c per yard
Full line of Doited Swisses, India Linons, Organdies, Etc,
We aro still adding new goeds to our stock and the prices nro
much lower than you would expect for such meritorious wares.
Among tho now arrivals aro Swiss Yucklngs, In slnglo tucks, cluster
tucks and cluster tucks with lacc-woik.
ALL OVER LACES and EMBROIDERIES. New nssoitment of
BELTS and BUCKLES.
WAIST PATTERNS, In slU r and wash materials.
FRENCH CHAILLES, In Umpire Patterns, dress lengths only
no two alike.
New Lace Curtains and Panels, Arabian Kscurlal and Itonnlssanto
Lace Curtains, Lace Door 1'anoU In wlilte and Arabian.
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Some exquisitely beautiful v.alsts of sheer linen batiste, narrow
kemBtltch tucks and (rimmed with lace. Every woman who Is In
tench t. Ith tho decrees of Damn Fashion knows that laces aro the
ropularand accepted trimming lor spring and minima costumes of
all inscriptions nnd jou will find these waUts right up to date
WHY JUD8E HUMPHREYS
TRUST FUKp INVESTMENTS
(Continued fiom pa go 2).
BUILT UP THE RANCH
yielding n large return and cannot be
taken as n crltctlon of the value of the
land, If the property Is abandoned ns n
sugar plantation. Situated In the very
heart of the plantation between Its
nicelp and Koloa properties, Is a lcaiei
of government land known as Kalaheo
on which Is n vnluable stream This
IcaRc contains 40I5 acres nnd will ex
pire on February 7, MOD, a little less
than seven years According to the. nEEEtVnAiVT PI AIMS IIP
tCRtlmnnv nf Mr. Miller nbout 200U1 UErElllFAll 1 bLAIUlJ IIC
acres of this moribund lease U In cano
and ns "It will be three jcars any way,
possibly longer" before the company
pa) a a dividend, It "III bn readily seen
that ns thn basis of n loin for trnqt
funds It Is. nsldo fiom the Inherent ob-!
Jectlons to leases, decidedly Illusory,
and, In view of th edemand, the clamor
of American citizens In this Territory
for homesteads and the declaration ot
the President w tilth hni been hnlled
ns a benedltttlon that 'we i'o not wIrIi
n region of large estates tilled by
cheap labor, wo wish n healthy Am
erican community of men who them
selves till tho farms they own,' It may
be treated as a foregone conclusion that
tnc leaso of Kalaheo will not be re
new ed at least not for a rental ot
$330 a jear whlth tho pioperty noy
yields to the government. It further
appears frqm tho evidence of Mr. Mil
ler that "th cartesian wells put down
Intimates That Fnforwd Dissolution
Would Do Ilim Irreparable Injury
--Complainant's Large Fortune
To Buck Against.
fenrtant said liases were procured, nnd
through defendant's unremitting toll,
deprivations and hardships he has pro
diitcrt from nothing n pioperty which
la now worth In the neighborhood of
$100 000, In all of which complainant
shares equally with defendant, that
the said ranch has no value to com
plalnantt other than from n merce
nary standpoint based entirely nnd
wholly upon what It will produce,
while to defendant It Is a creation of his
own hand, every hend of stock he has
cither purchased or raised, ever build
ing or fence he has erected or made:
almost every fruit tree he has planted
with his own hands Ho has studied
the climatic and physical tondltlons,
nnd planted and experimented with
foreign grasses and products until now
he has the ranch target covered with
alfalfa, Australian and Italian rye
grass and other grasses; he lias watch
ed the growth and development of his
herds ot thoioughbred cattle, nnd
brought them up to such a degree ot
excelleme that they nro the admira
tion of all who sec them All thee,
and many other considerations which
It Is Impossible to detail, give to this
innch and property a value to defen
dant It could under no circumstances
possess for anj other person, so that a
sale cf this defendants Interest In said
property In which he has spent th"
prime of his life In creating would bo
n crushing blow to defendant, for
which there could bo no adequate pent
"Defendant further nnswerlng snyi
that he has In all things compiled with
the terms of tho articles of copartner
ship, nnd that the acts complained of
by complainant would not be sufDcicnt.
If true, to Justify a dissolution of tho
That the acts of defendant In the
management of the business ot the co
partnership have heen proper, and In
consequence or ins management ns
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
Thcie would seem to be n battle royal
coming on over tho Puuwaawaa ranch,
popularity known as Low s In the
nmiltt' unit fni ilUsnlnttnn nr nnrtnpr-'
Bhlp brought by Robert Hind against
Kbtn P. Low. An answer to the com
plaint was nlcd late yesterdiy b Ma
goon & Dillon, attorneys for the defen
dant. Mr. Low denies thnt It was ever
developed salt In excessive quantities ; understood between them that Mr
so we had to abandon the wells, audi Hind wns to retain his position as a
then we tunnelled for surface water! stock luna for Howl plantitlon He
nnd obtained sunk-lent supply more admits that he himself had held tho
than mfllclcnt for ONK PUMP.' Here1 office of tax assessor but denies that It
we find a condition such as drove the Interfered appreciably with the dut'.s
American Sugar Company from cane b owed to tho copartnership, ns
planting to stock raUlng. And right iC hired a competent person to per- aforesaid the business of the copart-
nere it may lie staicci as a most im-i form nearly all of tho actual work of ncrship has prospered In a most cxtrj-
presslvc fact that In the last report ot i the office ordinary manner, and far In excess of
th ccompanj to Its stockholders notl Defendant ndmtts that for compen- tho most sanguine expectations of
one word Is said with reference to the gallon he had undertaken the construe complainant and defendant.
salt held In solution by tho water, t(m 0f n public road, but that the roaj That the agreement of copartnership
from these wells 9 entirely upon land leased by thu contains n provision that In case of n
"A number of rcputnble gentlemen , copartnership nnd of great herein to misunderstanding arising with thn
hnve testified that they bellevo the ts business Nearly of the clerl-. partners which cannot be settled he
bonds of this company to he good and J ca n0rk connected with the contract i tween themselves, such difference of
one, Mr P. C Jones, has said that ho ma Ueen done at night and not taken opinion shall be settled by arbitration,
would not hestltate to invest trust defendant's time away from the busl- each pirty to chooso one arbltratoi
funds In them. It appears from his ncM of the copartnership. unci tho second thus selected to chooso
evidence that the bank with which Mr. ii , ni,on, the time of euterlnc the ' a third, the third thus chosen to ,le-
............ I ' "
Jones la connected lias -nanuieii' inebO(0,,arincrithp jjr. Low mvi I." w u
bonds, Just how they were 'handled .,,naKPr f i,i,iii rnnc.i Pi KulnU
docs not appear, whether ns a matter at a salary of $200 nnd that tils serv Irej
of brokerage, or whether the hank al ,jutc of Hie copartnership were worth
loaned money upon them with a satis- t.nno n car nnd found. It was ex-
I factory margin to the solvent maker fveie, that the services of complainant.
I ora note, wecionoi Know, ai any rnce.i Mr j,niIi wou,i )0 0f equal nluo to any differences have existed or ilu
l It does not appear that any bink of tne copartnership, but on tie contrary ' exist bttvveen complainant and defen
I this city now owns the bonds or has ,. ,,,,, .,. rpn,i,,r ,,.. .prvlrc tlicrctii dant defendant is now nml nt nit llnn-o
ever owned nnv of them, nnd In thol... . h. ., . n .n ..,. i, . ,, .. .. .i.. .i .. nt,..- .. .., .,,-,.. I
i ' ,(U9 HI lltl'tl 111 II hlllll ..lO'lllll l' IIUIII .'ua UHII lltfUJ III,., .Wllllift IU UIUIIUILUI
"i ninivon I"" tni rnnch.
tcrmlne the merits of the case and ar
range the basis of a settlement. That
complainant does not by his bill altcg"
that he has offered to arbitrate, nor hns
complainant ever offered to arbltrato
according to said provisions. That If
.nnd who hns invested In these bonds,
Defendant tells of himself working' Wherefore, defendant prays to ba
that his knowledge of the secuilty Ii rtny nnil nKht t() ,ieclip the ranchihtncu dismissed with his reasonable
unscu nut upon uciu.ii iiirin-rinni "' amj WJH -That for about the llrsc' coats In this behalf most unjiittl) bus
t..e proporty but upon what otheis folr )CJrH ,)f Fu), per)1, llofen(lanl ,aUed."
, say about It. which we trace to Inter-1 hai, ,0 ,Uc t,0Ht nro,,cr fnoa r
'"'" " .'ir o. V- .llliii, nuu iiui .,l,.r nml on. nlninil u luillv .loi.rli .
We have just received a Large
Shipment of Choice POLO and
AUSTRALIAN RIDING SADDLES.
Also POLO STICKS and BALLS,
THEO. H. DAYIES &
HARDWARE AND 8ADDLCRY
Invested $"",.000 In the bonds and who,.,, , .,, ,..i,. ,., ,,. ,.,.. ,, ,,, J DnHnnn ilortmnor.
Is also a stockholder, when naked about , .,. ,,, ,.,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, I UallallU UlUWtlS
the pioperty said "I kuow something . ',,.,. min ,,,,, -.,. M. I
01 ic. l am not er iiiiniiiur nuii n, .,,,, nInr fnr ,,,-, , ,
was down there I IIAVHNT lli:i:.N , . , ,,,
to constiutt upon mild ranch a suit
,, ,"o.. .',7.0 V, ,,. . . , 1" consequence of complainant's fall-
Tlinil K8INCB 5S . 1 1 klllwl off a held m hg B,inr(i Qf M com.
of wild cattle about 18.S nt Wahlawa lannnt omgcl t0 lU.fen,lalIl to ,.
lie further states thnt lie never read ,on hm cxlra ,onlpOIIHalllin , tho
tno trust deed nor emp n,cd mi) one to ,,rcra,El,g which conil.ens.itlon up to
do so for him. Allen Is the only wit
ness who has tcHiltlul to putting his
own money Into this enlciprUu. Mi.
Kinney testifies that he boi rowed $.0,
premises, which compensation up
this time has not been fixed."
Defendant "denies that complainant
has devoted much time nnd attention
to the eopirtnershlp btislm-rs, and ia)B
00U upon these bonds fiom tho miliittl tUat 10 stocK raulll of ,,mlnj'nw,, l ttaJ
piCBldcnt (John Lloyd) of the tic tiimu st iluU3llcc, , t011(lue,, ,lMti Uy
(J I . f. lnn (In, lilli tW Cull 11,11 11 . I " "
' I the efforts of defendant, and whitvvc:
PER S. S. "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In the market.
SILK AND CRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
DIG LINE OF KIMONAS. - -
Robinson Hloclc, Hotel Street.
General Alerchondlec. Diy Goods, Grocerica.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MKRQ1IANT STREET.
TWO WEEKS MORE OF BIG SALE
At tho storo of Qoo him, 1116 Nuiianti street. Tho flnost of Oilcnt
al Jks nnd linens, consisting of dress goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 32 Inches squaro and table covers 30 nnd 41 Inches sqMaro. Ladles
nnd gentlemen's furnishing goods and underwear; duels Bults, bath robes;
remnants of grass linen, figured silks nnd other goods.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
Saving J.oan Society of San Trail
ms.u, Ucpu,..,B ., -"... i .. .-i ronn.wnant nitcmptcd to do In the
the bonds at par and that the loan " l ,lr(nilgeH ttIllf nl01e ()f lktrmiI1, l0
nucrwarus cxiuiuuci ic.r six nicmc ,,. (1)p rnHl , hmm .
Mi Lloyds Kan was at the rate of , Am so on thou n ,
pe, cent he bonds bear only ,pei ow tIen(lg (a. ,... ma(t
cent 1 is ln.oncelv.iblc, that Mr Llo).. Ml ,ln
would lend $.0,000 at 7 per cent upon , Blut,nil,IltH derOKn,or, ,0 Ul0 l0m.
n mortgage bearing only t, per enit, but ulalnlull.B ,lo,llgH rt,lfUvt, t() lc CIlter.
he had other scent I), to wit the se-, B A , t1 ,w ,
curly nlfoided by the holvtnt maker , ,, l0 ,
of the note. Mr Mnney also tntc I CBd M ,ott ,,,,. u , .. , ,
that If this property Is a fa lure us g le cu8t()m ,iro lllt tp ,,,.
sugar plantation It can pjy 5 per cent nil(,g for malinKcr of a runch of ,,
on $r,00,000 M a stock ranch The ans- Mn(, ,() m fou nm, ,n (
wer to that Is. the compiny has con- bu .,,, ,, MUM an,
tutted w P.D not 5 I'" cent on $W0..
000 but 0 per cent on $7oO,000. Five' . ,,,.,, ,, .' ' ,.
per cent on $00,000 would give tha .. . ..relucts. nln .Inmost I,-
holders less than 1 pel' ,... ., ,.,, ,, ,ln .
cent on their Investment,
i servants '
Hllo, April 15 A meeting of pros
pective banana ki oners was held In
I'll emeu's Hall on Tuesday, I)r N.
Itussel presiding The object of tho
meeting was to form an organization
for' the iuroe of piotei ting the Intcr
tsts of growers A committee of tluce.
conblMIng of l)r Ilussel, II II (lelu
nnd T J It)nn. waa'ilectc.l to draw
by-laws similar to those ot the Cali
fornia l'ruit fi rowers' Assmlatioli,
this same committee will confer with
the Matson Navigation Co iclatlvc to
Itttes The growois want some assur
ance that the fielght rate will be iiuuli
permniirnt they do nut want to feel
tl.at It will be .".5 cents this tilp and 0",
next. It Is probable that the growcM
will Iik hide other fruits mining their
crops and a claus.i will be Inserted cov
ering protection to articles other than
I In nnulsn nviritnnnnl in tlvnsn vammnl j
This easo Is not one In whlth tha h, . ,,,nlt , ,h ,,.., .
trustee has made nn Investment of wr,pg ()f ,fe when c()Ilipllllnan, ,,
trust funds In a doubtful YiUnrc at a becn nl ,he rac CI,tpr,allltll , ,le.
into of Interest hu .1. one , In which liolrendBnt ,, , ,, l0mpUlnC(,
""o'.'.'.f'inn.? JLm I ll"lt defenUont "was too mean In hli
l'L'NDS AT A LOW It ATI: 01' 1NTHK- Klvl n, ,,. ,..
kst in what si:i:ms to mi: to in:
style of llvlw?"
As a matter of courso he hud enter-
, VHIIY DOUH'lKUL VKNTUIUJ. AU!,nlm,. 1,n , . ,, - ,wr
of the witnesses except Mr "-'n'"".' ianthnicn or stockmen who came to sea
stato tl.at first tlass loans upon first ..onp ()f U)0 mml BJrillcnuttu,ly con.
real estate mortgage can be placed nt dugUll rancheg () t0 Tcrrltory ()f ,,a.
iron, i io u pTtfiic. u.i.i ia. cUe ""-wiill," and It was for the benefit of the)
mnnd for such loans by borrowers Mi
greater than tho supply of money In
the market. Mr Damon who could
not stato tho current rato of Interest
lopaitnershtp to have visits from such
Instead of defendant having ever re
ceived a proposition to retire ns alleg-
f O Box wi n. .
THE OLDCST CHu SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dttlllt d He Sllki io G.iif Llmni. Chlnen ind JtptoiM Cooli ol All Kla4t
tio-ii Nuatnu Irwl
GEO, A, MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
.. ... ! ,.., ... . 1.1. """ ,IMI,U1I I" !""
as -inwra us . i "' '""""led. complainant had frequently said to
me, t t .... .. ..-.I u. ,,,, ....- him that If hu desired to buy out com
by his bank upon real estate mort- ,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,, ,11 ,
gages from October, 1001, up to tho .,. . . . ,,,,, ... ,..,,
present time. Such list waB furnished i ;., . ... ... .."
and from that It appears that of flf
teen loans made by tho bank of Illsh
op & Co. (Damon's bank) thirteen
were for 8 per cent, ono was for ten
per cent and ono only was for 0 per
HILO LODGE OF ELKS.
get from any third person
As to accounting. It was the duty of
complainant to account to defendant
rather than tho reverse
The copartnership was formed Oc
tober 1, 1S03, for u term nf 25 years
and obligations had been Incurred In
prospect of such a term. Defendant
contends that the ranch has a value to
him which It has not to complainant,
and "that to force n dissolution of the
copartnership nt this time would work
Hllo, April 18 At a special meeting
of Hllo I.o.lgo, II, I O i:.. held Inst
Friday, the mutter of a lodge room was . ... iirpn,..i,i ..- ... der.-n.ii.nt. i
discussed, and It was decided to secure iat c0lnpluina,u j,as within tho last
funds with which to purchase land nnd I yoar comp ,nt0 1)()cg8c, nf a )arB0
build a hall The plan Is to have mom ,orllmCi ,. Ia , 1108t0 l0 u,l up
hers subscribe for shares at $10 each. Ul0 cpnr,nclghp property In case of
and when $0000 Is obtained n bulldliiB ' aIe t0 a flgllIC ttIllh ,Ief,.nil 1Ilt cnull
win lie erecieu a regular reniai win l0t .,a) n11
be tiecliieii upon io no pain ny tno iciuge ,in, ,
and ciuartcily this oiim will bo distri
buted pro rata among the subscribe
It was decided to hold n social section
after the regular meeting of the lodge
wit week fiom tomorrow night Invi
tations will bo Issued foi the event
thereby deprive defen-
The Way to a Rose Garden.
Those who already know the maul
fold delights of lose ciS'tire, ns well
ph those who wish to know the m. but
have hitherto been di'trried by reason
of expense, will be Inti'icstcd In tha
latest plan developed by th veternn
lotc growers, The Dlligeo H Conard
Co, West drove, Ti'iinn. This firm
(.lows nearly a million rose plants nu
nnally They have for sale over onu
thousand different varieties Among
these nro many really great ones, com
blnlug beauty of form, richness of col
orlng. freedom of bloom, nnd liardl
uess. I) & C. Hoses nro already whlo-
Iv famous but to still further extend
their fame, a wonderfully liberal offer
is now iniidii 10 I) & C Roses, $1.00
These roses are all different kinds, no
two rolors nllke nnd nro properly In
beled They will bloom profusely this
er, nnd continue throughout tho sea
Mn. Strong, well rooted plants, nn
tlelr own rootB not slips Tho col
led Ion Ih senc, postage paid, to any
pait of the United States and Colo
nlei, satisfaction nnd snfo arrival
guaranteed. It Is a great opportunity
for rosi loverH
Tho :i3d annual edition of Tho Din
gee & Conard Co 'b Now (luldo to Iloso
Culture, tho lead'ng rose catalogue of
America Is sent free, both to pun has
en nf the abovo collection, nnd to
otl ith on request It describes all the
famous D & C Hoses, nnd all other
Cowers worth growing.
ROADS ON HAWAII.
Hllo, April 18 Tenders are now out
for preliminary excavations to be mada
la Oranga Tiee Oulch and l-nuohala
Gulch, to repair the damage done b)
thn last heavy storm. Two slty foot
bridges will havo to bo erected beforo
the road Is In good condition although
FOR THE HOME
there Is no other light so convenient and satisfactory as (ho Incan
descent electric lamp NO DISAGREEABLE ODORS; NO SMOKE
OR DIRT. Always ready for use wltn n soft steady and brilliant light.
Let us give )ou figures on wiring your house, nnd If )ou deslro we
can furnish )ou with tho new " HYLO"LAMP. o o o o o o o
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd
KInfi Street. Telephone 1(90
You have paid for two or three hornet during your llfitlmt.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you have nothing to show for the money spent In thle manni..
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. . ot
We have now on tale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
whlsh contain! the finest tuburban property In Honolulu. Thla
tract commands a magnificent view of mountain! and ocean, hat
fnacadamlxed ttreeta, arteilan water, and the eleetrlo car line
pttiee through the property. For any further Information regard
ing price, termi, etc, addren
ISLAND REALTY COMFY
204 JUDD UUIL.D1NQ.
I'retly nearly everything that )ou
cau think of in tho harness line Is In
cluded In our big display.
i:very harness wo sell Is a bargain,
nnd we sell nil kinds from light track
nndroad to heavy coach nnd team
larness. I'rom no ono else can )ou
get tho harness value wc give )ou.
Sole Agents J. A. MeKerron's fins
Harness and Horse Boot!.
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
125 Alerchnnt 8t next to Stnngenwnld Building.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co1.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 71-
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and R
iorU inado for any class ot Waterworks, Steam and Electric Constructlom;
Plani and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superla
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
o&da, Eleetrlo and Steam; Tunncli, Bridged, Buildings, Illghnayi, Founia
.Ions, Plert, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, And Report sC
Properties tor Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Boc O. ,
engineer ana .Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary nnd Treasurer
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Bteamers of tbo above lino, running In connection wltu the CANADI.
N PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. R C and Sydney, N.8.W..
nnd calling at Victoria, 1). C, Honolulu, Suva, Fiji and Brisbane, are DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about thu datos below stutcd, viz.:
rrom Vancouver anu Victoria, D. C. 1 hrom Sydney and Drlibane.
(For Brisbane and Sydnoy.) (For Victoria and Vancouver. D. C.)
MOANA . . MAY 10 MIOWCRA MAY 7
MIOWI1RA JUNK 7AORANOI.. JUNE 4
MOANA ... . . JULY B MOANA JULY 2
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United Btatci and
Curope. For Freight and Passage ant all general Information, apply to
Theo.fi. Device & Co., Ltd., Gcn'lAfecnte.
TO CURE A COLU IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxative Brnmo Qulnlno Tablets.
All drugglstB refund the money If :l
falls to cure. L. W, Grove's signature
la on o&cb box. ii cents.
dant of his expectations of making tho. It Is possible to mako tho trip through
protlts and gains which ho had ex
pected to make tiiid which he would
make In case the copaitncrslifp con
tinued fm tho said period " A
Tho conclusion of .Mr Low answer
Is ns follows'
"'Hint the ranch has n value to de
fendant which It docs not li.it 0 to com
plainant, Inusmiiili us when complain
ant and ilc fi ml. nil enter, d Into co
partnership they hud no capital and no
ttock, but tluougli the efforts of ilo-
wlth a light carriage At K11akal.u1
It has been possible to use the old ro.ul
to that the new roid them will not be
repaired until tho last thing.
Hllo, April IS -A nntlvo residing
near I'apalkou had both hands badly
Shattered on Thursday Inst while fish
lug with giant powder. Dr. Held at
tended the man nnd had lilm removed
to tho II llo Hospital, wheio both mem
bers weio amputated,
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUGET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfer with O. N. ley.. N. P. R., and C. P.
R. Lowest rates of freight from all eastern points; shortest posslbto time.
S. S. CUREKA, from Seattle, on or about APRIL 10.
8. 8. TAMPICO, from Seattle, on or about MAY 10
For further Information address
U. E. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLAND8.
Globe Nav. Co., Ltd., Seattle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market St.,
S. F.; Agent! of above roadi, wilt furnlih Information.
A. V. GUAR, Prcaldent.
IJMMIiTT MAY, Uccretnry.
The Honolulu Investment Go,, Ltd.
Insure your Lite, Property, Household Goods or Mcrcluincllso
In the hcHt nml BteonjicHt compiinlcH, ns represented by
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