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atVKNINO IJtJLLKTIM. HONOLULU T. IL. TUESDAY, OCTOnEll 7. 1902.
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UlOU TUB CONTINENT 7X0
THE TRAINS DAILY
, FROM BAN FIUNCIMB
TWO TRAINS DAILY
air THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DATA to Nsw Tart I
eTallnan Palace 81eepera. Buffet, Imoa
Uf ud Library Car, with Baxksi
iTaop and Pleasant Readlnc Rooata
Dining Cara (Meals a-la-cart).
Ftee RecllnlDf Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
t at LOTlinOP, General Areot
111 Third atreet. Portland. OrasoB
, W. HITCHCOCK. General Aleut,
. 1 Montiomery St, San Fraxdae
at h. LOHAX, O. P. T. A.,
14TI Omaha, Nebraska
WOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tho VdcrBlgnrd bavins been dnlr
epjolntcd tbo Executors of the Lait
Will and Tostnmrnt of Charles Notley.
Son lor. Lute of Paiuillo, District of
Humnkto. Island of Hawaii, deceased
NOTfCn 18 HEREBY GIVEN to all
persona lo jironi'iit their claims against
the Estate of nald Charles N'otley. Sr..
deceased, duty mtthmtlcated, whether
secured by niortKigo or otherwise, to
Cecil Iliomi, at his office, on Mer
chant Htreot, Honolulu, Oahu, or to An
thony Lldcatc, at Pnaullo, Hamakua,
aforesaid, within hIx months from the
date hereof, or they will be foreter
tarred. And alt portions Indebted to
Bald entnto aro hereby requested to
ranko Immediate payment to the under
signed or cither of them.
Dated Honolulu, September 22, 1992.
Executors of the Last Will and Testa
ment of Uhas Notlcy, St., De
ceased 2258 Hcpt. 23. 3 , Oct. 7, 14.
KING STREET LINE.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Clriult, Territory of Hawaii. At
'ChamberH, in Probata. In the Matter
I of the Estate of Manu (w) of Hecla,
Koolaupoko, Oahu, Deceased. On read
' tne and Wins tho petition of John Ke
ipnno, of Heela, Koolaupoko, alleging
that Manu (w), of Hecla, Koolaupoko,
died lntcutato at Hecla, Koolaupoko,
en the 17th day of September, A. D.
1902, leaving property In the Hawaii
nn Islands necessary to be administer
ed upon, and praying that Letters of
Admlnlstiatlon Ibsuo to Frank Pahla,
it Is ordered that Monday, the 27tb
dny of October, A. D. 1902. at 10
o'clock a. m , bo and hereby Is appoint
ed for hearing nald petition In the
court room of thli court, at Honolulu,
at which tlmo and place all persons
, tlon should not bo Krnntcd.
Dated nt Honolulu, Sept. 22. 1902
I (Hlgncd) OEO. D. GEAR.
Walklkl to Town and Palama Cart
l.n. WolLrfbf fit R.4K f.!00. fill, and I
a. . -j ,.,,. iK -.in,,!,. I concerned may appear
thereafter "until 11:00 p. m. Tb. I cause. If any they have, why said petl
11:15 and 11.45 p. m. go to Rifl
Hill. 13. - .Dm.,4 ... Tnuin Par
nine naiiyo rv. tw .,.. w-. ... m ,1. .l ..I. r..... .
leave Pawaa at D:U4, 0:04, 6:19 and.aecol,u JU"B '"-"- """
6:34 a. m. and every 15 mlnutK U,?nLC W' ,n . ,
thereafter until 11:19 p. m. 22'8-3cpt. 23. 30; Oct. 7.
Fort and King 8t. Corner for Palama i ,N THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Cars leave nt 5:18, 6:18, 6:33 andlcrcut Torrltory of Hawaii. In Pro
6:48 n. m.. ond at 15 minute Intervals t baU ftt (.,,,,., In tho Mat,er of
thereafter until 11.33 p. to. ( ,nc EbU(o of ThomnB A. I.loyd. late of
Palama for Town and Walklkl-Cars , Honolulll 0allllp deceased. Petition
leave at 6-08. 5:38, 6:53 and S:0" hnvlne hern lll.nl by James V. Llod
a. m., and eery 15 minutes tberc-att- pon of Hnla ntPsta,0 ,)rayng that Let
er until 10 23 p. m.; ben at 10:63, lMB ()f AllmnHtratlon upon said cs
p.m. The 11 08 p. m. from Palama ,at0 )0 ,,, , Umge,f notiCP a
runs to Pawan only, except on Sat-1 n,rc ,mi mt M0NDAY. the 27th
urunys. wnen u goes to vaisiKi. 0ay , oClOHKlt. A. D. 1902. at 10
Fort and King Sts. Corner for Walklkl ; o-c,0(.k a , Ul0 judiciary Uulld
tare leave ai t:.t, u.at, u.u ana-. ,,nnillllll, n,i, iH nnnolnted tho
6:27 a.m. and at 15 minute Interval tlme , M0 f)r ,inarlng Ba(l ,
hereafter until 10:42 p. m.; then at 1 tJoD wncn nlll, ,vllro nI, ,, con.
11:12 p. m. The 11:42 p. m. goes to , rerm(, ma n anil ,how caue f
Pawaa only, except on Saturdays. Ul hav w, Bald cUtlon
when It runs to WalklH. ',,. ' ,,,
Honolulu, Oahu, Hept. 22. 1902.
Instruments File dfor Rerord Oct. 4.
J. M. Uttlo Allen & Robinson,
K. McCully Hlgglns A. N. Camp
bell P. A.
E McCully Hlgglns McCully Land
Co., Ltd Agrmt,
-. E. Krouse A. N. Campbell ..D.
C. K Kapaealll and wf J. D. Cas
Kahula and wf A. N. Campbell, tr
Instruments Filed for Record Oct. 6.
MRS. ME M
M. de Carnio A. douvela
L. C. Green A. M. Caldclra ..
K. Kcnaolua Namaha . . ...,
N. W. Smith II. K. Coan. tr .
E. da Sllva Pa Elcmakule ...
Pa niemakule D. S. Bowman
D. S. Don man and wf Jno. Kltz
K. Vlerra and hsb J. Pacbcco
Mm. Douglas McDryde formerly l!l.i
Mollle Hind of Kohala, Hawaii died
last eenlng at her home on Green
street after an Illness of only eight
das. The end came at 8 o'clock Th-!
death of the young woman Is a terrible
bereavement to the husband who Is left
with an Infant child of only ten days.
The cause of death was heart failure,
brought on by a rold contracted at
about the time of the birth of the child.
The remains will be taken to Kobala
and the interment will take place on
the old Hani estate, owned by the late
Robert Hind. Funeral services nlll be
held at the McDryde home on Green
street at 1 p. m. today.
Deceased was the daughter of the late
Robert It. Hind of Kohala, Hawaii,
where she was born twenty-six years
M. ago. She married Douglas .McDryde at
D, the Hind homestead on July 27, 1899
and has since that time resided In Ho
nolulu. The mother of the deceased
Is now In San Francisco together with
a sister. Miss Eleanor Hind. It Is
l thought that George Hind, n brother
and a member of the firm of Hind,
iRotph & Co. of San Francisco, Is now
Ion his way to Honolulu In the Alamo-
Walluku Sun Co to W H Field ct at: da, due here Friday. John. Robert nnd
Walter; all Int In R P 5180, Kul 3531. James Hind, three brothers who are
Manlanla, Walluku, Maul. U 242, p living In Kohala. were notified yester-
101. Dated Oct 2. 1992. .day by wireless of the serious Illness of
C Steward to Jas Steward ct al; their sister and arrived this morning
Cancl P A: rowers ant Jan 15. 1881. .In the Mnuna Loa
Dated Oct 1, 1902.
K. Vlerra and Tisb J. da Camara.D
V. L McLeod and hsb A. E. Cun-
E. S. Cunha V. L. McLeod ....D,
Luck Kam et al Chang Yuk et al.
Recorded Oct. 2.
If our strength hit
bn waited by thtfotlie
m (Mjui, encews ui
maturity overwork worry
of kkn I can pro
mite, If )outtHI wearrm
Hlt that you Ml regain
the vf jj ir mi pleasure ut
cure W(Mknw In
Men anJ Women Weak
lijik Varicocele Rru
matltm itomach KlJ-
ney an J Liter Trouble , Contlpatlon an J all .Vr-
VU DlW4 9
FRLL IJOOK If you cat t call end i th aj.
ami I will mail, eafeJ ni free my S-a itifull) lu
trateJ Bo-pjjre Wok which U all that men wr
women tiouU know about tfinele AJJi
DR. M. fl. McLAUJIILIN,
9o M.rk.1 Stree! Sin trin..l( t
U 72, p 128.
Recorded Oct. 30.
H F Coan to J T Drown and wf;
Rel; pc land, Ponahawal, Hllo. Hawaii,
8400. D 237, p 141. Dated Sept 13,
WalMkl Land & Loan Assn Ltd to
McCully Land Co Ltd; Comr D; pora
Grs 2370, 3098 and Kul 6716, Walklkl,
Honolulu: 6i,n00 nnd mtg 86000. D
238, p 322 Dated Aug 30. 1902.
Recorded Oct. 1.
M E Maklnney and hsb to K A Kau
kau; D; Int In Est of Isaac Hart; 8100.
D 212. p 1C7, Dated Sept 11. 1902.
A T Miles to C Dosse; D; R P 3690,
Kul 11018, MaMM St, Honolulu; SI. U
241, p 17fi. Dated .Mar 25, 1902
J S Azetedo to J M Dow sett tr: C
ONLY TWO MORE DAYS
1UN1 LOA'S li
The Bteamer Mnuna Loa nrrhcxl
from Kau, Kona and Maul porta this
morning nt 7:15 o'clock with 6907 bags
sugar, 129 bags coffee, 271 bags taro,
131 bunches bannnas, 28 kegs butter.
12 cases fruits, 6 barrels pol, 35 bun
dles hides, 12 pigs, 30 head cattle and
224 nnrkaepit Mtndrlos. Purser ftlmer
'son reports 11. A. C. no sugar, hut
tnrta In tn prlnil tnrinv. It. r1p.ineil
M, leasehold, bldgs. etc, Kanaulkl. no- olUi H s r t 50 lagn IRar. ,. s
nolulu; J1000 D 237. p 144. Dated Mi nonc nnil ,- s. Co.. cleaned out.
Sept 30, 1902. 0nly two 1)0at ioaJg of j,halna
Akana to H A Holt; A L; 1-4 Int In freRht ns landed on the outward trip
premises. Makaba, Walanae. Oahu; 81. The rcst tt08 takcn on t0 Kall nn(,
H 21U. p 111 Dated Sept 30. 1902. aniIeil on Uie rcturn trip. One boat
Anin nnt. wr to loung iuck; u. ios, Ioa,, of fr-icht In the breakers
pe land cor King and Kekaullt.e Sts,
Honolulu; 50 yrs nt 81410. B 210, p
145. Dated Sept 30, 1902.
Pawaa to Walklkl Cars leave at 6:2!
a. m. and every 15 minutes thereafter
until 10.56 p. m.; then at 11:26 p. m.
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANO
Punahou Stable to Town and Valley
Cars leave Punahou Stables at
6:30 a. m. for town only, and for
Town and Valley at 5:40, 5:50, 6:10,
6:20, 6:40, 7.00 and 7:20 a. m., and
thereafter at the even hour, at 10
minutes and at 30 minutes fast tb
hour until 10:10 p. m. ,
Oahu College for town and Valley
Cars leave at 6:30, 6:60, 7:10 and
7:40 a. m., and thereafter at 20, 40
and 50 m!nu-s past each hour untl'
9:50 p. m.
Fort and Queen Sts. Corner fcr Nuu-1
anu Valley Cars Ieao at t.15 a. m. I
and every 10 minutes tberea'er un
til 10:35 p u
Nuuanu Valley to Town Cars leave
Nuuanu at 6.10, 6:30 and 6.50 a. m.
and at Intervals of 10 minutes there
after until 10:50 p. m.
Fort and Queen Sts. Corner for Puna
hou Cars kne at 6:05, 6:25, 6:46
and 7:05 a. in., and every 10 minutes '
thereafter until 11:05 p. m. Tbe car I
leaving at 5, 35 and 45 minute past
tbe hour run to Punabou Stable;
those leaving at 15, 25 and 65 min
ute past tbo hour run to Oahu Col
lege. The last car for Oahu College I
leaves town at 9:25 p. m.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January L 18IL
Dy the Court:
T McCantB Htoua-t, Attorne) for
2258 Sept. 23, 3C, Oct. 7, 14.
SPECIAL RATES FOR
A FAMILY RE80RT.
Cottages and pleasant
rooms, American and Eu
ropean Plan. Excellent
Culslno and Service. Spe
cial weekly or monthly
Best of Surf Datblng and
Canoeing all the year
round. Hot and Cold Wa
ter Baths. Bouffet, Liv
ery, Clectrlc Lights.
L. H. DEE, Proprietor.
Ring up Phono Rod 71. 1
Sale of Women's Work and Loan Ex
hibit will be held on Friday and Sat
urday, Nov 21 and 22, In the Elks'
Hall. Beretanla street.
Ladles making articles for sale and
others Interested will apply for partic
ulars to the ladles of the ExccutUo
MRS. H. II. WILLIAMS,
MRS. Dft. HOFFMANN,
MRS. A. E. MURPHY,
between the steamer and the wharf
Smooth seas nnd soft NE breeze across
the channels coming home.
landed J Monsnrrat. S Kauhane
and party at Mahukona on homeward
After this date the Homo Rulo Inde
pendent Party wilt not bo responsible
for bills contracted by any persons
without the written order from tbe
Chairman of the ExecutUo Committee
Independent Home Rule Party.
JESSE P. MAKAINAI.
Manager and Chairman of tho Com
mittee of the Independent Home
Rule Party. 2263 lw
Honolulu, T. H.. Sept. 29, 1902.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
n iteamer ot this Una will arrive and leave this port aa he.ondura
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA . .
ALAMEDA . .
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA OCT. IS
SONOMA OCT. 22
ALAMEDA NOV. 6
VENTURA NOV. 11
ALAMEDA NOV. 26
SIERRA DEC. 2
E W Qulnn. the plumber, having
returned from a two months' trip to
tliH Coast, hereby glcs notice that
he Is now ready to furnish estimates
and handle any work In the plumbing
line on the shortest possible notice, as
heretofore. Shop 1163 Union street:
phone Main 394. 2268 3t
II Sun. DAILY f I Suo DAILY DAIll
AM. AM. AM. V M f M
5uj, Corner ot Beretanla Avenue
and Punchbowl Btreet.
All Work Dons by Hand
LACE CURTAIN8 A '8PECIALTY.
J. ABADIC, Proprietor.
Telepnone Blue 3552.
Jas Nott Jr. has removed hla plumb
ing establishment from Beretanla f.nd
Emma streets to 1018 Alakea streot,
near King, where ho will bo pleaBod
to see his patrons and friends,
DAILY DAILY DAIll
AM PM PM
r O. SMITH, Gen'l Pas. Ticket Alt I
Q. P. DMN1SON. Superintendent '
A Huinplre) F E Thooifvon
Corner King end Bethel Streets
TELEPHONE BLUE OOI
GLOBE NAVIGATION CO., LTD,
Remember wo connect with tho G.
N., N P. nnd C. P. Rs. and offor com
petitive rut eH from tho East. Ships
leave Seattle tho 10th of each month.
Order NOW for Sept. sailing.
L. E. DEEBE, Agt.,
E M.W.nun Phone Main 201. Brewer Bldg.
COTTON BROS, ft CO
ENGINEERS AND t t
Piibi itJ titlntt.o (ornlih.4 for all cltiMf
Tel. Main 246.
ROOM SOP BOSTON BLK. Honolulu
Mrs. A. M. Mollis has removed her
dressmaking parlors to "SachB Block."
Beretanla street (ground floor), where
Bite will be pleased to seo her friends
and patrons, Tel. ttluo 941. 22181m
He Jauntily swung down the gay thor
oughfare. And he gae
To his trousers
A shlrt-walstcd dandy of species not
And he met the shy glances of maids
bright and fair.
As ho gave
To his trousers
Ho thought on his faultless attire with
Ami gently ho murmured, "Im Just In
So he gae
To his trousers
He paused for a moment to light a
And he gao
To his trousers
He saw his best girl stepping down
from a car.
He started to greet her, but e'er he got
To his trousers
He said to himself, "For onco I am
I want tn propose, but how shall I
And he gave
To his trousers
But sad to relate, sha his offer declined
And ha kuno
To his trousers
ilu whistled and said, "Oh, well, nuer
And he sauntered away some solace to
As he gao
To bis trousers
Dr C 11. High has remocd his
dental o.uce to the Metropolo Build
ing, next to the Pacific Club, Alakea
Doctors Day and Wood will resume
their professional partnership at their
former oltlce, 166 Beretanla street, on
October 1st. 2261-lw
Weekly Edition of the Bulletin, V
M. R. BERTEUiVlAlN'S
18 - MOVHD
fo rear of old stand. Entraaee n
Cine street Ordei left at either i
r offlee at John Nott'a (tore, KJzx
treet, will receive prompt attentloa.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Offices Rooms 208-209 Boston build
Ing, Fort Street.
Telephones Office, Main 385; Ret
Idence, White 2861.
Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.; I to I
p. m.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sunday. 12 to 1 pjd.
P. O. Box 801.
The next time thuy met, suspenders be
And his trousers
She said, "Dear Jack. I've been think
Ing It o'er.
And I'm Hiiro I don't feel quite tho
samo as before."
(Now his trousers
But e'er he could cry, "You are mine
Ills hands wildly clutched at his belt
as of jore,
And he gavo
To his trousers
New York Sun
Patronize home Industry; when you
starch All grocers keep It for sal
To be sold at auction at Honolulu on
Monday, October 20th, 1902, at 12
o'clock noon, unless previously dis
All tbo right, title and Interest of
tho Hamoa Plantation Company In and
to U toUovllLg laaaa, which comprise
tia Ooaiaay'a nndlvUad Interests In
Hal kvaaa mad otter Individual parcels
tltwU te tto District ot Hana, Island
1 7-T0 Kore or les In R. P.
40 88-100 acres more or less In R. P.
acre more or less In R. f.
acres more or less In L. C. A.
acres mr.re or less In R. P.
acres more or less In R. P.
acres more or less In R. P.
60-100 acres more or less In R. P.
95-100 acres more or lest In R. P.
88-100 acres more or less In R. P.
acres more or less In R. P.
15-100 acres more or less In R. P.
acres mora or less In R. P.
acres more or less In R. P.
1 acre more or less tn L. C.
A. No. 51K1.
6 66-100 acre more or lets In L. C.
A. No. 5181B.
4 17-100 acres more or le3s In R. P.
7 77-100 acres moro or less In R. P.
19 38-100 acres mote or less la R. P.
71-100 acres more or les3 la R. P.
acres moro or less In R. P.
acres more or less la R. P.
3 69 100 acres mora or less In R. P.
33 31-100 acres more or less In R. P.
7 acre more or less In R. P.
5 60 100 acres more or less In R. P.
3 48-100 acres more or Ieii In R. P.
71 -100 acre more or lets In R. P.
4 60 100 acres more or less In R. P.
10 acres moro or less In R. P.
15 50-100 acres moro or less In R.
12 53 100 acres more or less In R.
26 10-100 acres more or less In R.
1 12-100 acres more or less In L.
A. No. 5032.
16 25 100 acres more or less In R.
13 50-100 acres more or less In R.
In District of Kaupo, at
acres moro or less In R.
In connection wit the sailing or tne above steamers, tne agents are pre
pared to iisuj, to Intending passenger, coupon through ticket by any rail
oad from Ban Franclie.. . all point In the United Btatei, and from New
fork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPI.T TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC . t. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamer of th above companies will eall at Honolulu and
leave thl port on or about th date below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
NIPPON MARU OCT. 14
PERU OCT. 22
COPTIC OCT. 29
AMERICA MARU NuV. 6
KOREA NOV. H
OAELIC NOV. 22
HONOKONO MARU DEC. 2
CHINA DEC. 10
DORIC DEC. 18
NIPPON MARU DEC. 26
PERU JAN. 3
FOtt AN FRANCISCO.
COPTIC OCT. T
AMERICA MARU OCT. It
KOREA OCT. 28
OAELIC NOV. 1
HONKONO MARU NOV. 8
CHINA NOV. IS
DORIC NOV. 25
NIPPON MARU DEC. 5
PERU DEC. IS
COPTIC DEC. 19
'.AMERICA MARU DEC. 27
I KOREA JAN. 3
For general Information apply to
fi. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian Islands, ria Pacific Coast.
Prom Now Vorlc
S.S. "CALIFORNIAN," to sail about SEPT. 30th
8.S. "AMERICAN", lo (all about OCT. 25th
S.S. "TEXAN", to sail about NOV.
Freight received at Company' -wharf. 4 2d St South Brooklyn, at all time.
Prom San Francisco
8.S. "NEVADAN", to sail about OCT. 9th
8.S. "NEBRA3KAN", to sail about OCT. 30th I
Prom Honolulu to San Francisco.
8.S. "NEVADAN", to sail about NOV. lit i
Prom Scnttlo and Tacoma
8.S. "ALASKAN", to sail about NOV. 25th
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
8nral Frel.ht Ag.nt H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
teamen ot the above line, running tn connection wltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. 11. C. and BrdncT. N.H.W.
and calling; at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu, Suva, FIJI and Brisbane, are DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver ana Victoria, I. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
MOANA OCT. 25
MIOWERA NOV. 22
AORANOI DEC. 20
From 8yd ney and Irlsbana.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.)
MIOWERA OCT. 22
AORANOI . . . ., NOV. 1
MOANA DEC. IT
Through Ticket Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United Btatea and
tnrop. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Thco.H. Da vies & Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
LOTS FOR SALE
In Kaplolnnl Park
Addition and n
117 MERCHANt STREET.
by Miss Ella Dayton
durable ano accurate .SAME OLD STAND, UNION STREET
Sterling the Painter
Has added to hla Pnlnt Shop a large
Also an Experienced Paper Hanger as
salesman, v. ho u III he plcn'cd to give
Information about Paper Hanging and
COMPETENT PAPER HANQERS
employed and alwayi on hand.
Tiw i- .m
the Keystone Watch Cav Co.
i.tiKii. mi Phll.d.lphl..U.l A.
America's Oldest and
Largest Watch Factory
For salo by
The Principal Watch
A total of 477 acres more or less for
sale as a wheto or In part. Quit-claim
title given. Deeds to be at the expense
of tbe purchaser. For further partic
ular apply to
C. BREWER A. COMPANY,
Agents of the Hamoa Plantation Com
pany, Queen Street, Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, Sept. Ctb, 1902.
has remove 1 to the
Importer of ,
WATCHMAKERS' AND JEWELERS'
TOOLS AND MATERIALS.
Drill for Drilling Red Bean.
Room 303 Doston Building.
HONOLULU BOWLING PARLOR
and PING PONG COURTS
The fall season of the Parlor la
opening with a rush.
flF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE i
ANVWHCRO AT ANVTIMB
Call on er Write
E.C.DAKli'S ADYERTISIHC AGEHCI
o a 05 mercnants' Exchange
8AN FRANCUCO. CAL. '
M. Phillios & Co.
Whole! Importers and Jobbers,
European and American Dry Good
Fort and Queen Sta.
starch, order l'la, or Hawaiian lrtlnn-rnn Dlnnt- Unfnl Ofrnnl
e; .IIIIII&IUII UIUUI IIUIOI OIIGQI'
costs nn more and Is superior to any
In tbe (tore formerly occupied by
H. W. Foster.
LIGHT - BREAKFAST
CnkcH 1 KP
nnd Coffee I UU
PALACE GRILL. Bethel St
The Bulletin, 75 cent per month.
OF ALL, KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal,
Allen 5fc Robinson,
Qnean Street, lionolula.
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant 8treet, Honolulu.