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to the hair.
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boarding house. In center of town.
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FOR SALE A desirable modern lesl
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alloy. Also a few high IJulldlug
Lots, 5xl31. will be sold on Hasy
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above Wyllle St Also corner on
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Frank S. Dodge, 77 Merchant St.
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lima. Mrs. E. M. TAYLOIl, 730 Kl
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FOR SALE Cheap, a 30 room lodging
house, good location, electric lights
nnd baths; owner has other busi
ness; can give easy terms. Address
P. O. box 232. 2129-tf
FOR SALE 1 Lodge & Shipley power
lathe, 1 drill press, 1 pipe cutter,
cuts up to six Inches; all new ma
chimes, now on hand In Honolulu;
also one steam launch, W. II. Pain,
FOR SALE Two 3-year-old grade
Jersey cows Just calved; good milk
ers and gentle, giving ten to twelve
quarts a day each of rich milk. Ap
ply to California Feed Co. 2120-tf
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II F. Dillingham Co., Ltd. 2143 lw
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Punchbowl St.; also cottago 2 rooms
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Pearl City. 2144-lw
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."..". Ileretanla St. near Alapal.
FOR RENT The desirable downtown
reslilem e en Alaken St. now oicu
pled by Dr 0 It. Cooper, containing
7 moms, kitchen, bath nml lanal;
eleitrle lights. Apply on premises.
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between Hotel and Ileretanla; nlno
bedrooms dining room and kitchen;
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lo and Haekfeld Sts. 2147-31
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0. Cunhn, 2d house nbovu Mormon
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FOR RENT Furnished rooms en suite
with prlv liege of light housekeeping,
nt the Island Hotel. 714 Fort St.
Rooms 23c. 50c, 75c. (1 per night.
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formerly occupied by W. Ncedham,
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hot or cold water anu nil modern
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FURNISHED house, 4 bedrooms and
stable; Lunalilo nr. Pensacola. Rent
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FURNISHED house In Nmianii valley
close to Rapid Transit; 4 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, doublo parlor, dining
room, stable for 3 horses, cowshed.
FURNISHED house on Ileretnnla; 4
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FURNISHED house nt Walklkl, 4 bed
rooms and 2 cottages in yard. Good
bathing. Rent reasonable.
FURNISHED cottage on Rapid Tran
sit line, 5 rooms. Rent (20 month.
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HELEN'S COURT Back of Elite;
under new management; strictly
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Bulletin. Tfw. oer month
'OF HOW SUGAR TRUST OPERATES
Washington, May 1. The Inquiry In-
to the present holdings of Cuban su-
gar and Cuban lands, ordered by the
a , iti!
senate was begun today by the sub.
committee on Cuban ItelntlOIlS. PresI-
dent Henry O. Hnvemeyer of tho
American Sugar Refining Company , U!)2 -t (ion tons had been bought, In the question of n reduction of the tnr
was the first witness, and nil of the tMa ono tons; In 1S94, 321,000 In rates. He added that he knew noth
members of the sub-committee Piatt lnn. it. i,,, i-ni.-in tn.nr in,.,i i,ni,H,,r.
of Connecticut, Burnhnm nnd Teller -
were In attendance. Senator Patter-,
son also wns present. Others present
with Ha cmeyer were Arthur Donner,
treasurer of the company, nnd Henry
C. Mott. Its sugar biier. All of them
i. i . . . . c
Reply ng to questions by Senator
latt. nnemcyor said his company
was gencinlly known as the sugar
trust nnd that Its refineries are located
ns lollnws- In New Jersey, 1. New
York. 3: Massachusetts. 2; Philadel
phia. 2; New Orleans, 1. i
vviu you. snui aeiiaior rinu. ten
he i ommlttee how niucli Cuban sugar,
f any, has been purchaseiT and Is now
Held I by your company?
bags, or nbout ten dnys' supply." re-
piled the witness. 'Of that quantity
20.000 tons are now In process of shl;v
ment from Cuba.
The prkcB paid had, he said, ranged
from (1. to to (1.93, the higher price he-
Ing paid 011 Mnrch 13th and the lovvef "i way." wns the reply. "Cuba made, for th purpobe of purchasing su
on April ..d. would be under 110 obligations to sell irar Inmls In Ciilia-?''
Where do you buy your raw su-
"All over the, world-ln Cuba, Java,
Hamburg. Trieste, the British West
....io, uuu.il Jtiuviua i.tiuiutvi ou-
gar Is grown."
"Do the 50.000 tons ynu mention rep- "jjot nt all."
resent our entire purchases In Cuba1 The Hawaiian Product,
since the 1st of January?" . 'How about th Hawaiian pioduct?"
"No; we hnve bought, all told, 93.000 "-0 are under contract for the en
tons of Cuban sugar during tho present tire 350,000 tons produced In Hawaii.
year, or about three-fourths of a
jfiir. or iiuoiic uiree-ioiirins 01 n
month's supply, our consumption be-
Ing about 33.HOD tons n week."
"Do you control any sugar In Cuba
other than thnt purchased?"
.None whatever. In any manner.
"Have ou taken any options on Cu
"I have not."
"Have you made nn advance on any
"So that you wish to he understood
as sa.vlng that the amount you havti
mentioned ns having purchased lepre-
sents your entire Interest, direct and
Indirect. In Cuban sugar'''
"That Is the statement 1 make."
Cuban Sugar Withheld.
Continuing. Hnvemeyer sold the en
tire Cuban sugar crop Is about 750.000
tons, but that much of It has been with-
held from the market In view of tho
possible tariff concessions to be made
by Congress. On this account his pun
chase had been only about one-third
the average of other years. On this
account, too, the purchases had been
made principally nt outports, where
tho storage facilities were poor, rather
than at Havana. The purchases from
the outports had caused most of thu
shipments to be made from those ports
rather than at Havana, where the com-
pnny now has about 45.000 tons stor-
ed. Tho purchases at the outports had
cntiBcd the sales thero to be made on
a parity with the beet sugar prices.
Speaking of the capacity of his com-
pnny, he said that It refined 65 per
cent of the American refined product,
He added that tho percentage of hli
company's product compared to the ,
entire sugar consumption of tho Unit'
ed States wns about 50 per cent. Last
year his company produced 1,200,000
ADVICE TO YOUNG
Manager of the Philadelphia American League Club.
SOME OF THE ERRORS
Too much caro cannot be exercised by the batter when taking his posi
tion at the plate; It Is Impossible to ihange the position when once tnken,
and any slight miscalculation he may have made In the speed or direction
of the ball will operate against him, and he would have no time to remedy
tho error of Judgment. A shoit stride Is Important for tho reason that If
any miscalculation has been made for speed or location of tho ball ho might
bo able to change his position, and a long stride would put him In such
a position that no such change could possibly be made, ami the batter
would be at the mercy of the pitcher.
It will also bo found that a long stride will lose the batter all of tho
height and reach, and would necessarily force tho man nt the plate to hit at
a high ball which he might otherwise havo met on a lino. The player who
takes n long step naturally stoops down as he hits, and this fact would bo
n great disadvantage to him with high balls.
Tho ball that would have been of fair height he would find would be over
his head. The hatter should generally Mip dinttly towards the pitcher, nn-Ic-hs
ho has good reasons for doing otherwise, as, for example. If lie Is trlng
to hit In any paitlcular part of Hi" field. In that case he should step
nicoidlngly. A right-handed batter attempting to hit tovvnids right field
should stand at least elghtu n Inches fiom the plate, nnd beforo hitting
should wait until the ball Is directly over the home base, taking a shoit step
towards the plate. Ily standing erect t.h" batter Is In better position to hit nt
any good ball, and Is not so easily fooled 011 a slow delivered ball.
It Is not netehsaiy tu hit hard In older to ill he the hall n gieat distance.
The tieiet lies In meeting the hall with a quirk and short snnp. putting thu
whole weight of the shoulder just nt the pioper moment. There nre sumo of
the veiy best battels who hit entirely wllh the aims while otheis use piln
ilpully Hie shoulder anil simply push lather than swing. It Is a gie.it mis
tnlu tn tivving loo hard ut the bull. The elluit Is ceituln to take away that
whlih Is most leqiilnd -that is. jiidgmint of height, distance ami speed.
If a pl.t ei would iem"iiiher that It Is Hindi better to think of making
Mnglo bits lather thnu attempt litiinu runs, his batting aveingo would ipu
ttrlally Impiove, though now and thu 11 player should attempt to put a
little mine forte In hitting, espeelnllv If he llnils the outllebleis playing n
lather slioit held. Some of thu longest hitters on the diamond nro men who
stem to make the leant effoit.
TELLS THE STORY
tons of refined sugar, while tho con',
sumption wns 2,100,000 tons.
"'"? to the purchases of Cuban
"B!"' for the present year, Havemey-
cr gave figures of purchases for other 1
...... ,,, .,,...,. (h r1n,lvn volume nl
u rllrr( ... nrniilsltlnn. savlnc that In
1 Fxed Sugar Market.
In lipiy to other questions, he said
that the price of raw sugnr In the
fnlted States Is fixed by the beet mar-
l... .,rir... in tin,,,!,,,,-,. Th rir.t
.there lixt- the selling price for tho
entire world said he. On tho subject
of the price of Cuban sugars, he said
tiinl n (,)m,,auy c-onlil not iletcniilnu
tbi ir price I
"We hae." he said, "no contiol over
them whatever: they don't belong to
Culm has to sell her sugar In this
market. Imon'i lm7"
"No; that Is not true. She can sell
icnglnnd. for llistnnce. If she Is do-
Islrous to do so. England could tnko
the entire Cuban crop.'
' Plntt then asked! "filinnnsn tlin lTntt.
,., States should moke a concession of
,ny 2,-, p,.r tl.nt tho mriff rnt(,9 cn
Cuban sugar, could ou not refuse to
ibuv the Cuban tiroiliiet exrent nt vnnr
own rates, and thus secure the benefit
n( ihn ninwulim'"
m ua liemnce. n 1 him oniit i,. r.i
'ban urodllcers could flnil oilier mnr.
"All the duty has been taken off
j'orio llico suenr. nn inn irnt Hint sit.
Enr any cheaper on that account?"
Then- Is no tariff oil that product, but
Then- Is no tariff oil that product, but
the price Is not affected bv that tact."
,t has In en stnted repcatedlv that
If this concession Is made the sugar
'trust will be In a position to oblige pro-
MuierH to make such reductions that
you will secure the entire benefit of
I tho legislation. Is that true?"
"We could not 'oblige' any reduction.
In case of a concession to Cuban sug-
nr. the pi lie might be lowered, say
, one-sixteenth of a cent a pound, but
that would be nothing as compared to
the reduction In the tariff rate, which
would amount to about one-thlid of a
cent a pound. Even so grent a reilur-
, tlon ns I have mentioned would depend
on the necessity for marketing, nnd If
1 there should lie any pressure on that
account the necessity would be thnt of
the producers and would not be ours
No Cuban Lands.
In reply to another series of ones-
tlons Hnvemeyer said that his com-
pnny, ns such, holds no sugar lands In
cu'-a, but he added that he had him-
sell made some purchases there, but
that he did not consider It legitimate
to compel him to reply to qucstloqs
pertaining to these Interests.
Proceeding, he said that some five,
or six years ago he had acquired a half
Interest In a sugar plantation nt An-
tomo bay. but that when the owners
hnd prepared to utilize the lands their
Improvements had been obliterated by
the Insurgents and nothing had slnco
been done with the land. Other inter-
ests held by him In Cuba wcro eiium-
crated as follows: 40 per cent of tho
stock of n central factory called the
Trinidad, which has no land connect-
ed with It. but which produces about
SHOO tons annually: 20 per cent of a
sugnr factory at Chnppawa; a slight
Interest In nnother factory whoso
- - - - ! J-----i-j-!-t--.-j-i.-.
BASE - BALL PLAYERS
MADE IN BATTING.
name he could not lemll: an Interest
ln a plantation at Snnta Cruz In con-
ncctlon with a Mr Wnlch a Hawaiian
planter, whli h produces from 80')0 to
10.000 tons of sugar a year. All these
lnlnl hs,l been tiemtlrnil lin until
hern there had been nnv imitation of
In other Atu-rlrnns.
'Emeriti upon a brief explanation of I
his own. Havmeyer said that along
with Its Cuban purchases the sugar I
i,.i i,-.i i..,i,t nftmni inn. r i..,t '
sugnr on Its wav troi'n Herman. I
"It will of .ourse - ne said, "be nil-'
derstood that this sugnr was not
bought beeans.' of any prospective con-'
cessions In that direction."
"If." Im ilil "the committee cpm
pels ni" in give the Information I can.
of course, do so. but 1 do not see what
my private interests have to do with
Here Sen ihii Piatt concluded his
questions .Hid Senator Teller took tho
witness. lirlni!liii! out the fact that the
.capital Htotk of the trust had been In-
..rnn.o.l In riunul vnnra rr.tn, t?.". Oilll .
U0U to (st.l OOtl.wO.
Tru,tl Need CapU.
"Are ynu aware." asked Teller, "that
nt ihn tim.i mnr .itiitmnv mmlu thl.
Increase ot (15.000 UOO (he newspapers
-ti.,.i tt. .. n... i..nr..o. 1...1 i...
ti,.. un,,.w. ,,,,,ii.i ti,t 1,,. .11,1 nnt
remit tin f.ict
"What, then,' asked the Senator
"wnB the purpose of your compan In
this lnst.iu. 0?"
I "Th piirpn.i' was to piomote our
general 1 orporate luterests The com
pany liiwiT ha- directly or Indirectly
puri'linm-il an siisar lands except In
Porto 111 n We did have suih a pur
pose thei - ir a time. Inn abandoned
In reply ' , a ni.'-Mon concerning tne
supposition,, ' omlition of poveiti of
llin full. in il.int.ira ntnl nl utii-nf ti.
ducers -r..'.illy. Havemeier salil lie
knew smnetnitu 01 them, for. he said.
"I hupp.'u to he in that category my-
' llo .tvid li- had not advanced any
money to the sugar planters, but ho
supposed tint some advances had
been made to them by the local hanks,
and that no doubt advances had been
made jl.io l Ameilcan biokers. Whllo
on this point he said he made lilt pur-
chase tuiough Cuban brokeis. but
that mi far ,i. be I i.ew mm,, of them
was a iigir jwner. He added that hu
would ror deal with brokers who had
sugar of tb-lr own to sea.
The Spreeaels Refinery.
Spe.ihin othei sugar Inteiests In
the Unltod .-itat. ifr. Hnv-emevet nni,l
he hail no uuil-rstandlng with the oth-
cr retine-. erept the Spieckels
plant in Caliiornla, which he held In
Joint nwr.enhlp with Mr. Spreckels.
All cither rnrln-rles were Independent
of the tny. The capacity of tho
Snreikel, r--titii-iv he nlaeeil at r.uu 1111,1
poundh i day.
Asked lij Telb-r whether he was still
buying iinMr in Cuba, he said- "We
ore st'li rym to buy. but we have not
succeed-,! 111 making any purchases
since A;irK :th when the sucar wns
wltlulrw u r-orn the market on account
of Impriv.t . Inntes of senirlnir tho
Amerlcin -mi sslon."
"How do you arcount for the tiuetu.
ntlons in fa- piice of Cuban sugar
vvhien y hav mentioned ns linvlnt!
occurrd Tvirhlii the pa'st fow months?"
"Th"y ir- tlu to the changes In the
beet suir tr.j.-!;et In Hamburg, There
has been a unstautly decreasing mnr.
."VL "'- '" "" ' mo increusen
Ln !.... . .. I j
beet suiii pi duct, which has amount
ed to aboiu l.ui'ii.iiOii tons In the past
"Then j vi iHuatd the beet sugar
pioducer, j, competitors of yours?"
"I cerMu.ly do, there Is what you
mlghNtaU 1 commercial rivalry."
"Last ,urumi vou foiccd the pilce
of refined sugar at points in tho Mis
souri vil!y veiv low, did you not?"
"Yes v-e did We put It nt 3.12
cents per pound, whereas the prices
before hid been 4 1-2 cents, and tho
price In Atlintlc coast points was still
maintained at the higher flguie."
"How Ion,? did you keep the prko
"Until wo recovered our trade, The
beet sugar makem undertook to con
trol the markets by contracts with
ueuiers wiiuu 1 considered in restraint
of trude fiineiiiently we re'dueed tho
price until our trade was restored to
us. Keeping it down to the lowest point
for about two weeks."
Dmes General Report.
He denied having notified beet sugar
producers that he Intended to keep up
the wnr until he should drive them out
of business. He had nothing to da
with them, he added. In resnonse to
lurther (pitions llavemeyer said
thero had been a fluctuation of prices
nt Missouri rivet points for about six
months, hut that when the trade was'
entirely restore I tc the trust pi Ices '
had been renton d n, their normal stat
us, which !.-. the New York price, with I
freight rats added I
"Under the-e conditions," asked Mr. '
Teller, "wheiv are the beet sugar men
10 sell then product?
"I don't know, 'mat Is their busi
ness, and thv won't tell me. because
they know If they did I would get at
them again I don t propose that they
shall control the Undo, and it Is nil
that I can do to take ioie of ths
American eoiupiiD's lutoiosts."
Ilaveiiieer deelaied, however, that
he had had no Intention or driving tin
beet sugar indiintiy out of tho country,
but said that he had put down the
price to lc'H than cost In older to se
dire his hhuit 01 tiadu. ' For that pur.
(C011t111u.il on page V.)
& RODIN80N Attorneys
Rooms 11 and 12, Magoon
bldg.j 'Phone Main 153.
F. M. BROOKS Attorney; rooms 9-10,
Spreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARL08 A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
humanu St.; Tel. &81 Main.
J, M. DAVID30N Attorney-at-Law;
109 Konliumnnu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER At torney-nt-law;
McDONALD 4 LANGSTON Contract'
ors nnd Builders: 1US Union 8L
C. A. COWAN 1180 Union St., opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
E. J. WALKER Coffee Drokcr; room
4, Sprecl.cls bldg.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
FIno carriages, wagons, harness
nnd whips; Ileretanla near Fort St.
THl" KA8H CO, LTD. Two stores
I 23 17 Hotel St. und cor. Fort & Hotel,
CIGAR8 AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, Old Miller Street.
CORNS removed without pain by D.
M. Thomson, expert Chiropodist, of
fices at 11 Oarden lane. 2110-lm
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Ber
ctanln and Miller; hours D to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort and Hotel
Sts.- Gas administered for extracting
r-'ME. P. LAMBERT, the fashionable
French dressmaker, makes stylish
dresses at reasonable prices. Bos
ton llldg.. room 300. 2137-tt
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil nnd
electilcnl engineer; office, room 4,
Spreckels Block; residence, 1313
Wilder Ave.; Tel Mnln 132.
W. BEAKBANE Card engrnvlng and
stamping; loom 2, Ellto bldg.
MERCHANTS' PAhCF.L DELIVERY
Bethel St., opp. Waverlcy blk.; Tel.
021 Blue; pkgs. called for and dcl'd.
GOEAS Ileretanla near Emma
Tel. 2312 Blue.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Main 228. P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposite Pacific Club. Newly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot and cold water;
flrst-c.ass table board. Mrs. liana,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 530 Fort St.; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
UNION HOUSE Mrs. Wheeler, pro
prietor; furnished and unfurnish
ed rooms; also rooms for light
housekeeping. Union St., abovo Ho
HONOLULU PRIMO OR BOCK
BEER 10c at tho PANTHEON.
St. nr'. Hotel.; Tel.
MR. JAMES SHERIDAN Plana tuner
and repairer; No. 343 King St. near
Opera House. Orders at Wall, Nlch
ols Co, and at tl Hawaiian Book &
Music Storo, Merchant St. '
IOLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield.'
Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K '
Kaal's studio; Tel. M. 231.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
nil occasions. Leave, orders BAg-1
strnm Music Co,; J. S. Ellis, Mgr.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon," 1021 Bereta
E. K. KAAI Teacher or string Instru
ments: studio. Iivo bldg., Fort SL
Telephono Main 231,
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
Tho latest In millinery, oto.; Boston
hldg.; Tel 204 Main.
Weekly edition of the Built tin 1 a
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear, Noso and
Thoat; offlco nt Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St, Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. WM. G. ROGERS Eyo. Ear, Noso
nnd Throat; 114C Alakea St.
ANTONE PILARES &. CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani
tary work. 8ewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit tho
times. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POULSEN fainting and paper
hanging; Territory Stables, King St.
P. E. R. 8TRAUCH Real Estate
handled to best ndvantago; houses
rented; loans negotiated; mmey In
vested or. best securities. 32 Camp
bell Mock, 310 Fort street.
M. G. SILVA Agent for real estate,
nlso to grant marriage licenses;
58 Merchant 8t.; Tel. Mnln 115.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St., nr. Nu
unnu. Folt, straw, panama hats
J D. AVERY Stenographer and
Typewriter; Ilulldcrs nnd Traders'
Exchango; Tel. Main 70.
STENOGRAPHY and typewrltlngneat
ly anil accurately dono at Hawaiian
Hotel by Miss Noble.
FRESH RAINIER BEER on draught
10c at the PANTHEON.
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
pairing; Elks bldg. 616 Miller St.
G. DIETZ Watchmaker and Jeweler,
IOCS Fort St.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
chronometer maker; 79 Merchant 8t.
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHA1NA.
SUGAR ESTATES, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
CHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER ilg from Pioneer Stables. Ele
gant turnouts; Telephone No. 120.
LAHAINA 8TORE Lumber, Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandise. C. B.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
nnd surgeon; Lahalna, Maul.
G. H. DUNN Express and druyage;
Agt wilder and Inter-Island.Tel. 113.
STOP nt Pioneer Hotol. Excellent ac
commodations. O. Freeland, Mgr.
G. H. DUNN Notary Public, Convey
ances, Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Office Government bldg
Gomes & McTighe
All tho finest liquors In stock
nt our place. Telephono orders
Gomes & McTighe
PHONE MAIN 140.
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In the store formerly occupied by
H. W Foster.
The Evenlig Ilullolln, 75 centB per
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