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EVENING ntJLI-ETIN. HONOUTLTJ, II T., 9ATOTIDAY. JUNE 23. 1902.
I I CURB MEN j
A man is like n steam engine,
o I '-4sjf;Kr
ucit pumps that steam Into Mm.
Mr. A. Crawford, I'okegama, Or, says: "I am 70 years old, but
your Delt han made me feel like 35 " jj
That's how It makes so many old men feel oung. 0
Try It, yoii weak man; you will find youth and lgor In it after o
ocrthlng else falls. o
Call and test It free, or I will send you my Illustrated book, free,
If you wilt Inclose this ad.
Dr. M. H. McLaughlin,
o Office hours: S a. m to 8:30 pm.Sundajs, 10 to 1. Never sold by drug o
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Prejudice More Deadly
HERE are many persons today, who are sick,
dying maybe, given up by doctors, who can
be cured by Nature's own remedy Klckapoo
Indian Sagwa. Many are being rescued every
day almost from the jaws of death by this
wonderful restorer of the liver, kidney, heart
nnrl stomach. Don't turn nwnv from this. '
your salvation, because "
GUARANTEED AND ENDORSED
is advertised. Remember prejudice kills more people than
poison. Thousands of men and women testify that they
have been cured of nervousness, dyspepsia, heart disease,
liver and stomach trouble, by Klckapoo Indian Sagwa.
The word of these people is good in their own community
among people that know them best, for clothes, food or
money. Is not that word just as good when it testifies for
a medicine? If you are sick, investigate the fact. Dis
eases of the heart, stomach, lungs, nerves and blood are
cured by Sagwa. The Hand of Help is held out to you.
Sagwa is guaranteed to do as claimed or money refunded.
You can lose nothing by giving it a trial. At all druggists.
E. C. WILLIAMS
1120 FORT STREET
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Shippers of freight by steamers i f
tbe Intei-Island Steam Navigation Co,
Ltd., are hereby notified that a new
li.rm of shipping receipt has been
ndopted by the company to go Into ef
fect at once.
Freight will be accepted, however,
in the old form of receipt up to Octo
ber 1st, 1902, after which date, freight
tvlll be received only on the new form
of receipt, a copy of which can bo
Men at the office of tho company,
TION CO, LTD.
21C9 lm J. ENA. President.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
On and after this date bills of lading
will be Is? tied by this company, instead
of shipping receipts as heretofore.
Freight will be received under tho
old form of shipping receipt up to Oc
tober 1st, 1902. but after that data tho
bill of lading only wltl be accepted.
77LIJEIVS STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
C. L. WIGHT,
Honolulu, June 10th, 1902. 2171-29t
KV L. I.lk nu K.J... J
ANEMIA, PQQRNE8S OFBLOOt
LOSS Of COLOUR.
nilTAIl' Ilo. 11 Pnwilhk
by tht Li)ln Phjtitlu
tot mot CvmitlfnU.
iV "I. UM. IM M
Soon brlDii back
yy of " wlm. IiIm ai iktr Imiu lota of lk
, ArtJil told kr u Cttaim 4 brwtuu
Whole.il! tjo, Ku Lafiyftttt, Pant
MRS, A. SCHOELLKOPF,
TEACHER OF PIANO.
Honolulu, T. H.
Hotel Street, Opposite Advent Church.
WITH LAME DACK3,
WITH WEAK NERVES, a
WITH RHEUMATISM. J
WITH LOST VITALITY, o
with all those signs which tell n
man he Is breaking down, losing 0
his grip. I hae the remedy o
which Rites hack that snap, fli o
and lm of youth My cures sell
my Belt. They prove what J
Bay about It. 0
Mr. A. C. Hammond, 39 Mer-
chants'' Exchange llulldlng, ban
Francisco says: "Your Delt has
cured me at the nge of 73, of j
weakness In the bade and kill o
neys, and has glen me mora
vigor and sound health than I
hao had for jears."
It takes steam to make him go. My o
000 Market St.,
SERVICE - -
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Fine caskets, shrouds and robes
of every description.
First-class Embalmer from S. F.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
TEL MAIN 179.
NOTICE, REPUBLICAN PRECINCT
CLUBS, FOURTH DISTRICT.
Each precinct club shall meet at
7:30 p. ci. on the second Trlday, 13th
of June, and shall1 then mako nomina
tions for officers of tho club. On tho
fourth Friday, 27th of June.lhey shall
meet at the samo hour and elect offi
cers for tho ensuing two years.
On tho fourth Friday, 25th of July,
they shall meet at tho samo Hour and
mako nominations for members of tho
District Committee and Delegates to
tho Territorial Convention to bo voted
for at a primary to be held on (ho first
Saturday, 2d of August, between tho
hours of 2 and 8 o'clock p. m.
Officers and members of tho several
precinct clubs of tho Fourth District
will please seo that the nbovo calls are
carried out C. L. CRABBE,
Chairman Fourth District Committee.
W. II. CONEY, Secretary.
NOTICE, REPUBLICAN PRECINCT
CLUBS, FIFTH DISTRICT.
Each precinct club shall meet at
7,30 p. m. on the second Friday, 131 II
of June, and shall then make nomina
tions for officers of tho club. On tho
fiurth Friday, 27th of June, they shall
meet at tho samo hour ami elect offi
cers for tho ensuing two jenrs.
On the fourth Friday, 25th of July,
they shall meot at the same hour and
make nominations for members of tho
District Committee nnd Delegates to
the Tentorial Convention to bo voted
f i' at a primary to bo held on the first
fcuturday, :d of August, between tho
hriurs of 2 and 8 o'clock p. m.
Officers and members of tho soveral
liecinct club3 of the Fifth District
will please seo that tho above calls are
carried out. G R. CARTER,
Chairman Tlfth District Committee.
V. J. COELHO. Secretary.
Design your own ledgers, cash
books, etc. It you sre'undeclded, wa
will help you. That Is In our line and
tbe rniCE IS RIGHT, at the HVKN
Beet Sugar Republicans
REFUSE TO HARMONIZE
On Reciprocity for Cuba
Washington. June 20. The confer
encis of the Republican Senators on
the subject of Cuban reciprocity are at
nn end, and an agreement It as far oft
as eer. Now It Is rumored that the
President, In order to foice action, will
stnd a treaty with Cuba to the Senate
within ten dajs. Senator Hard said to-
night he bellced the President would
take such action. He did not indicate
the basis for his opinion, If the tre-'agreement than before. Thero was th'j
aty should be submitted there may he utmost good feeling, but the other side
an Indefinite prolongation of Congress, 'seems to think we must make all the
nlthough the treaty Itself could be con-1 concessions They are willing to get
tldered In executUe session nnd th together l.rov.d.ng wo concede ctcry.
Democrats would accordingly hate no thing. As things stand no action will
chance to exploit the situation, as the; I be taken during this session. In my
are anxious to do. I opinion."
Todaj's confprence was nttenJed by "They were fine jpeeches." said Sen.
forty Republicans. It lasted three ator Hard, with a twinkle In his ejo,
hours. Senators favoring reciprocity . "ery fine speeches. No votes were
had the floor nearly all the time ror- changed, but the speches were cry
nker. Hale, lleterldge, Aldrlch Me-1 logical. No attempt at coercion wai
Comas and Hanna were speakers for ' made, nor was anything said that n
reciprocity. They were answered at sealed bad feeling
considerable length by IJurton and "I betlete " continue 1 Hard, "that th
briefly by nunons. I President wilt send to the Senate with
Halo made a speech that could not In a few dajs a treaty for reciprocity
have been entirely comforting to the. "1th Cuba. That would end to bring
reciprocity people He said that while j matters to a focus this session. If thai
he would support the reciprocity bill. Is not done we will probably get ana
because. In his Judgment, no American
Industry would be injured by the 20
per cent reduction, ho believed Con
gress should go slow In the reilprodty
business, m reciprocity and protection
were well night diametrically opposeJ
He said the Republican party s Ido
of reciprocity was tariff reduction only
In enses where American It.dustrka
were not affected Injuriously Hale re
ferred to Cleveland nnd Hill's iptfhM
In New York last night nnd lautloned
Republicans ngnlnst giving th Dmo
crnts a chance to attack the tnrlff
llurton of Kansas, speaking foi tho
stnlvvnrts declared that the majority
hod utterly mistaken the scmlmnt ol
tho country. ' General Wood anil tho
sugar trust nnd this man Thurbir have
been spending thousands of i ollan '
be snld, "to educate public thought,
nnd thev have Kiossly misled the ik-o-
Die as to the real situation. Wait in-
til we can let the public knoA tho
truth about Cuba and this roilnro Hy
scheme and you'll find out how the
public stands. We arc not spending
money to educate leaders of thought.
but the public will get the facts Just
the same." I
Senator Burton Bald It was not true
that the beet sugar men were not will-
Ing to extend n helping hand to the
people of Cuba If they needed help, but
ne conienueu inai mere was no cteu,
for assistance to the people of that Isl-
and at thli time. Nor did he Minn
that If the contemplated legislation!
should be enacted the Cubans would
secure the benefit. Bmton said that
Piatt In defending the committee's ac.
tlon for the extension of the labor laws,
hud said that Cuban labor Is ns well
paid ns farm laborers In Kansas or any
part of the United States. Burton said
that If this wire true tho Cuban laborer
ceitnlnlv were not In need of alms from
the people of the United States. Hti
also urged that If the plantation ot.ii
crs were able to pay Kansas prices tbey
could not be In desperate straits, es had
been represented. Nor, he added. coiIJ
It be said that the Cuban government
was lu u pusiiiuu lu usk utsiRiuuiu
from ail) one, for when Governor Wood
surrendered the reins of government at
Havana thero vveie $00 00u in the
Cuban treasury and the Government
had an insured Income of $17,000,000.
His conclusion was tb.it as neither tho
government the planters nor the Cu
ban laborers had an) need of the pro
posed iissistauee It wns unfair and un
just tu nsl; the funnels of this country
to sacrifice their own iutciests for th
principle of granting nn annuity of five
or bW million dollars
Perkins, In a discussion with Aldrlch,
declared that If the! reciprocity bill
were passed the people of the Philip
pines, our own people, would be dis
criminated ngaln In favor of the Cu
lm ns, n foreign country. The Philip
pines get only 23 per cent tariff reduc
tion, and the cost of fi eight on their
sugar to American mnrkets Is more
than that. Aldrlch sidestepped this
phase of the discussion and declined ta
enter Into It.
Burrows made a short speech. ' Wc
are not Boxers or Insurgents," he said.
"We nie true friends of reciprocity a
set forth by McKlnley nt Buffalo nnd
Roosevelt In his first message to Con
ADVICE TO YOUNG
BY CONNIE MACK,
Manaaer of the Philadelphia American League Club.
I xecutlon of Fameus Plays by Old-Tlmc Ball Players.
Anions the exuoit hnsehall playeis whose work on the diamond entitles
them to sptilal recuRiiltlon Is Adrlar. C Anson who was a worth) rhnl of
Mihe Kfiiy. no was exteptionall tlr er at the hat. and alwas took udwmt
age of any openliiK left hy n flelihr. Among his other accomplishments was
IiIr ahlllty to hit the hall when the hjse runner was stealing. In this wa)
he was of tho greatest asslttance to his team and frequently helped them
out of IjIr holes.
1'reil I'fcffcr, who was considered the King of second hasemen of his time
was nUo u uluahle man for his team. He had a variety of plajs ami tricks
both In the field and at the bat. Ono ol his best plajs was when he wa3 Meld
ing and a runnir on first with one out. He would play up to the first bag
and close to the Hue, taking the ball when hit and touching tho runner, who
would stmt for second base and then throwing to first foi a double play In
the cent of tho runnel on flrtt stopping before reaching him 1'felTer would
tun him batk, keeping an eye on tho bitter, but alwajs throwing the hall jto
lira In time lo beut tho butter. In which ownt l.o would have the runnei be
tween first nnd stond bases, and after disposing of the batter would turn his
attention to the runner nnd catch him hefote ho reached second base It
was eiy seldom that l'feffer would fall to make a double pla) on an occn
slon of this kind At the bat lit was nlso leady for anj emtigenc) Stud
Ing the llelders nnd watching his runnels he was able to place the ball
where It would do the most good Taken altogether. Pfeffer was ono of the
but players tho game has known,
Burrows then read from McKlnle'
speech and fiom lloose.elt's message
and said the statu aits were ready to
follow out these reiummemlatlons ta
the letter. Doth Piesldents recommend
reciprocity provided no American in
dustry Is Injured
Senator Perkins, after the conference,
said "In my Judgment this ends th
conferences. Wo are no nearer an
b) July 4th without action on the Cif
Instruments Filed for Record June 27.
Elizabeth Cuahlnghani I.. L Mc
I Cnndlcss I)
Angela E Cunha I. I.. McCnnd
i lei D
J. A Lucas S E Lucas I)
Gou Cluing Wa
Cooke Ltd . .
Gou Chnng Wa
Cooke, Ltd . . .
Gow Chong Wa
Cooke, Ltd. . . .
Ron Chong Wa
Cooke, Ltd . . .
Keo Lowers S.
Kee Lowers H
Kec Lowers H
Keo Lcv;rs &
Kumunkahl (vv) Tal Lee Wnl . Co.
Win. Kamau A. J. Campbell.. Can.L
Wing Mow Chan Bishop d Co..Asst
Kvong Mow Bishop &. Co Asst.
Llhue Pltn. Co., Ltd. Sun Kwong
sing Wnl Co I
Llhue Pltn Co, Ltd. Chun Quan..L
i,iinie Pltn Co, Ltd. Ichlgowa ct
nstruments Filed for Record June 23
Usllop & rjo.-Hon. Home for Incur-
Recorded June 17. 1902.
. . , ,,'...
A- '" Roe and disband to A. K. C.
Parker; deed; portions Kuls. Cii and
S3S1B. An 2. Emma street, Honolulu,
Oahu; $9300. Book 23S, page 32. Dal
d J""e 1. 1902.
Recorded June 18, 1902.
M. It. and H. C. Austin to Bishop
& Company; mortgage; portion Grant
232, Ponahawat street. Hllo,
Sll.'J 0. Book 239, page
June 17. 1902.
O. W. Kabanauapo to W. 0. Smith;
mortgage; lots 21 and 22. block SA, Kn.
Honolulu. Oahu; 300.
Book 237,i page 1C1
Dated Juno 17
Recorded June 19, 1902.
A. K. Conradt ct nl trustee, lo
Konala Club and Transportation Com
pan) ; lease, place lnnd and buildings,
Pucliuehu, North Kohala Hawaii; ten
years nt $100 Book 232 page 421
Dated May 22. 1902.
Western nnd Hawaiian Investment
Company to M. A. Bod; release;
premises Olomana, Honolulu, Oahu;
$230rt. Book 239 pago SO. Dated Juno
J. Plerpont Morgan smokes large
cigars as a rule, but since his visit tu
Jek)l Island ho has added to his pos
session a new st)le of cigar that Is nt
once a novelty and a wonder. It bean
his Initials and Is eight Inches long.
The Bulletin. 75 centa Dr month-
U. Mn What ViiSit Vnur
newftntleaiy pun Send Mampi
a' sn I (tena FREE m a rnuenir &
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Acm Book Ca Bai38 Athttlllt N Carolina US
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrlvo and leave this port as he. ..under:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA JUNE 27 'ALAMEDA JULY 2
SONOMA JULY 9 VENTURA JULY 8
In connection with the sailing or tne above steamers, tne agents are pre
ared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets aj any rail
uad from San Francisco to all poluta In the United States, anu from New
'ork by any steamship line to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPJ.T TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. S. OREGONIAN, July 15th.
S. S. NEBRASKAN (new) about July 25th.
8. S. ALASKAN, about August 15th.
Freight received at Company's wharf. 42d St., South Brooklyn, at all times.
From Sun Frunclnco
S. S. NEVADAN, about July 8th.
From Seattle cincl Tncoma
S. S. AMERICAN JUNE 13
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Accidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
8teamera of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOrt SAN FRANCISCO.
HONGKONG MARU .
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HACKFBLP &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Bteamers of the above line, running In connection wlu the CANASI
'N PAOIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. B. C. and Sydney. N.S.W,
and calling at Victoria, B. C. Honolulu. Suva, FIJI and Brisbane, are DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about tbe dates below stated, vli.:
'torn Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C. i From Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.) (For Victoria and Vancouver. B. 0.)
AORANGI JULY S MOANA JULY J
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
'urope. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Thco. H. Davlce & Co., Ltd., GcnMAftcnte.
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUGET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfer with O. N. Ry.. N. P. R.. and C. P.
R. Lowest rates of freight from all eastern points; shortest possible time.
S. 3. EUREKA, from Seattle, on or about
S. S. TAMPICO, on or about JUI.Y 1
For further Information address
L. E. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Globe Nav. Co, Ltd, Se-ittle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market 8t,
8. F.: Agents of above rjads. will furnish Information.
DO NOT DELAY
the purchase of a bouse lot ta
Qiest suburb of Honolulu.
The remaining lots in KAIMUKI
TRACT ato now being sold on the In
$20 cash upon signing agreement
and $10 per month until fully paid.
lots 75x200 and 100x150.
Gear, Lansing & Go
DURABLE and ACCURATE
The Keystone Watch Ca v; Co.
I..... ..mm PhlUOtlphH.U.S A.
America's Oldpst and
Largest Watch Factory
For solo by
The Principal Watch
tuo, Corner of Deretnnla Avenue
and Punchbowl Street.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A 8PECIALTY.
J. ADADIE, Proprietor.
Telephone Dlue 3S52,
ALAMEDA JULY 23
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
NIPPON MARU .
APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Pearl City Hotel
A place for town people to lay off
for a few days.
Furnished rooms, first-class meals,
dancing pavilion, nice picnic grounds.
also stabling for horses.
Convenient for a country outing.
J. W. CHAPMAN,
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Cedrooms, Sample Room for Commer
clal Travelers. Opposite Landing, fine
view, cool and comfortable. Terms
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort St., bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Evervtnlng first class. Complete lint
Key West and Domestic Cigars alwaji
H, J, NOLTE, - Proorlelor.
RELIABLE JAPANESE and CHINESE
Bent ot Help f'urnlHlied on
Contract If dcHlrcd.
Office Cor. Fort and King Streets,
Tel. Ulu 051.
Lines of Travel.
UJH088 THE CONTINENT THOU
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAX FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
rtJy THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
faHxian Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok.
Ug and Library Cart, with Barb
aop ant Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-caiU).
Free Reclining Chain.
Pullman Ordinary Sleeper.
. LOTHROP, General AeenL
III Third street, Portland, Oregoa.
1. W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent,
He. 1 Montgomery St., San Francl,
. K LOUAX O. P. A T. A.,
H7I Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Can ltiv Walklkl for town at 5 45. 6 is. ft 41 A M.
&1 vtry i) mlnuttithtrtiftfr till 1045. iilM aol
itjSFM from Wiiktkl go to Hit Punahou Stablti.
Cara Uava R Ran?t orPiwaa iwitcb for town at
I jja m anl avcry i nlButfttttrafurtl!l ttl m
Can laavt rott an j klnr irtti totn rar piiibi
at 6 10 AM. aal tvery 15 nloutti attar till 11 as
Cara laavt for Palama only at j anl 5 jo a m
Cara ttavt Palaoia for alklkls ijan anfl avtry
15 nloututlll g ,1 p h, ttitnatio i) and 104 jr.
ha ui) a from Palama for Punahou only oti
Can laavt Fort ani Klne MratU corntr lot Rlfit
Ranet at 3 toanJ moam
Can laavt l-ort ani Klnjt atrctta corni r for Watktk
atfiojAM anltvtry t minutt till tootP.M than at
10 u nJ tr ij P h Tht 11 is I m. s;ota to Walklkl
n Saturday! onty
GERETANIA STREET AND MJUANU VALLtr.
Cara Itavt Punahou Stablt for Tovn at an i
for Ton aril Valley at o s ja 6 io 4 t? 6 a f aal
Cara Itavt Oahu Collczt for town and Vallav at
6 y 6 50 and )iaAi and avtrj 10 mlnutat till 10 it
pm txctpi in tvtn nourananait. nour cart w&rcl
run from tht Slabtt
Can laavt NuuanuValtay at6 10 6 jo 6 $ a m tab
tvtry 10 mlnuttk thtrtatttr till to 39 P.M
Cara Itavt Fort and Quttn a'retta for Puaahoa
Colltc t 6 os 6 aj 6 4 a m and tvtry 10 mlnutti
aitar iui g as r n ATitr tnai int cara run la tat
StablailDtO II oP.M. which taf h Uit far frnn Tftwti
rtachlnc iht Stablt at 11 jo p m
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
kEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
Ta the Volcano or the Mountains,
An excellent chance la r-ffrjed for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Maun uo
it Kallua and take passengers orerlanl
to Hookens where the steamer la mf
O. R. & L. Co.
r . . "-j
From and after January 1, 1811.
STATIONS fiAILT DAILY
lOuMlfj; II Sun DAILY tl Sun DAILY DAILY
AM AM. AM PM PM
Honolulu .... 7 it til it of )i S"
Platl City.... lo) 9.1 1140 lit l
E.I Hill ... S ) lo oj l.oo 4 o la
Wlltntt 10 s 4 4 ....
Wttalut ll) 940
Klbuku II ) 6 IS ....
(iDWIllI II Sun. DAILY DAILY DAILY
KlhuVni Ill '
Wililut ll .... Ifo
WaImao rio ... Ill
EwaMIII o Til lo ill
PmlClty ill io mo lit
Honolulu Si III !5 JS
r 0. SMITH, Oen'l Pass. & Ticket Aft.
O. P. DMNISON. Superintendent
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all lncoa
Ins steamers from the Coast, and fl
check baggage on all outgoing steati
rs. White and Blick Swl For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, til
King street. Tel 8.
tt. L&RSEH, MTr.
When You Want a Rig
RlNO UP TUB
LIVERY BOARDING and
: : : : sib fort strko
Stable 'fhoue, 109 Main.
Hack. Stand, 'Phones 319 and it.
C. H. BELLINA.
COTTON BROS. & CO
ENGINEERS AND : : t
Piioi ml iittsiitit lurnlihii for all c1ii.ii
Tel. Main 243.
ROOM 30C 30ST0N BLK. Honolulu.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAR MA
CHINERY of every capae'ty and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nd niVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion said to JOD WORK, and rtpilrs
executed at shortest notice.