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KVKNINU UULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1905
THE REASON WHY
You can find Jutt the suit you want here, Is becauce we have the larg
est stock of gents' clothing In the town. Many different patterns, In noth
ing but late styles.
Globe Clothing Co.
The New International Encyclopedia
Edited by Daniel Colt Oilman, LL.D. president of Johns Hopkins Unlver.
slty (1876-1901), now President of Carnegie Institution; Marry Thurston
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COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREETS UP8TAIR8.
Notice lo Holders of Bonds
Waialua Agricultural Go,, Ltd
Fursuant to a itosoiutlon passed by
the Directors of tbo Waialua Agricul
tural Company, Ltd., at a regularly
called meeting held on October 24th,
1905, and acting under authority ot a
Resolution passed by tbo Shareholders
of tho said Waialua Agricultural Co.,
Ltd. at a duly called special meeting
held on Octu'uer 19th, 1906, the existing
Issue of Ronds, for Ono Million Dol
lars In all, will be refunded on March
Under authority of the said Resolu
tions a now Issue of Honda for Ono
Million Flvo Hundred Thousand Dol
lars (Sl.COO.OvO.OO) In all will bo mude.
paid Uonds to be dated March 31st,
1000, bearing Interest nt the rate of 5
per annum, payable semiannually on
tho last days of March and September
of each year, for a term of 20 year,
with tho option reserved to the Waia
lua Agricultural Company, Ltd., of re
deeming tho whole or any part ot said
Uonds on March 31st, 1916, or on any
Interest-paying data thereafter; said
Uonds to be secured by Deed of Trust
on the property of tho Company,
which shall provide for the annual pay
ment to the Trustee of 10 of tho net
profits of tho Company, to bo Invested
as a sinking fund for tho redemption
of said Bonds.
Holders of the existing Issue of
Bonds may exchange their holdings for
au equivalent face-value of tho new Is
sue, on the basts of 98 for the latter,
(difference to be paid to Bondholders
cither In U. S. Oold Coin or In addi
tional Bonds at 98, or partly In Bonds
and partly In U. S. Oold Coin, at Com
pany's option), provided they execute
an agreement to this effect, and deliv
er same, not later than January 6th,
1906, to tho Hawaiian Trust Company,
. . r
Limited. Blank forms ot this agree
ment will be furnished on application,
or may be had at the office of the Ha
waiian Trust Company, Limited.
Honolulu, November !, 1905.
O. P. CASTLE,
Treasurer Waialua Agr'l Co., Ltd.
3220 Jan. 6. 1900.
The Yokohama Specie Bank, Ltd
Capital Subscribed Yen 24.000.000
Capital Paid Up Yen 18.000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 9,940,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Bombay,
Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe, London,
Lyons, Nagasaki, Ncwchwang, New
York, Peking, San Francisco, Sbang
hal, Tientsin, Toklo, Osaka.
The bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills ot Exchange, Issues
Drafts and Letters ot Credit and trans
acts a general banking business.
HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KINQ 8T.
Geo. A. Martin
Open Saturdays until 9 p. m.
ARLINGTON BLOCK, HOTEL
. F DREAD, CAKES, COOKIES, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. BERETANIA and EMMA 8TS.
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Oflfce and Store Fitting, Cabinet Mak
Ing and Polishing; Calabash Turn'
Irtfl! Repairing and General Jobbing
082 ALAKEA 8T., rear Y. M. C. V
B21 ALAKEA STREET.
Lunch from 11:30 a. m. to 2 p. m.
with Tea, Coffee onClaret, 15 cts.
(Other Drinks Extra.)
Blank books of all sorts. ledgers,
etc. manufactured by the BulUtln Pub
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04 IIotel Street,
A RAISIN FEATURE
4,t t ,t
For a short time only we will sell
choice seedless SULTANA RAISINS
at the ridiculously low price of
12 1-2 c per lb
This Is highest grade fruit and war
ranted clean and sound.
The regular price of these splen
did Raisins Is 20c. per pound and we
are offering them for 12'jC. per pound,
solely In order to Introduce them.
J. M. LEVY & Go.
'PHONE MAIN 149.
HO'EL 8TREET STORE.
ROYAL PALM, and
PLANTS FOR SALE A T
MR8. E. M. TAYLOR, FLORI3T.
TEL. MAIN S10
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered tor Record Jan. 4, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Honomu Sug Co to Kallll Akul and
....... .. ..,
Kallll Akol and hsb to C Brewer &
Co Ltd D
Maria Kahoopll and hsb to Make
Ualanl to T B Lyons V
A G Spalding to Geo W Smith tr
Elizabeth J Webster and hsb to
Florence Harlan M
Wm Chung I loon and, wf to U C
G CAklna to Alo Chung Hoon I)
Wm Kinney mid wf to First Am Sav
& Tr Co Ltd M
8 Shlmamoot ct al adv K Toinlta..
S All Mook to Patrick Cockett M
Kalmlul R It Co Ltd to C R Llndnoy.il
Gcu N Wilcox to Koloea Kapule ct
f Entered for Record Jan. 5, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
L Ah Fat to II S Hayashl Re'
Mnkakoa Snlffcn and hsb to Geo E
First Rank or Hllo Ltd to Charles II
W Hitchcock Rcl
Libert II Boeynaems by atty to
Hugh Howell L
Mary J Montano and hsb by mtgee
to Theresa M Loulsson O
WHAT DALRYMPLE SAY8.
London, Dec. 5. Tho Standard
'Mayor Dunne of Chicago, recently
Invited Mr. Dalrymple, manager ot
Glasgow tramways, over to America
to advise him as to the best means of
n.unlclpallzlng their tramways,
"Mr. Dalrymple was expected to
bless municipal ownership, but when
he saw what could be done by private
enterprise when allowed fairplay ho
came to a very different opinion, and
in his report ho candidly said:
"'I came to this country a bellover
in public ownership. What 1 have
teen here and 1 have studied tho sit
uation carefully, makes mo realize
Hint private ownership, under proper
conditions, 1b far better tor the cltzcns
of American cities,
"'To put tho street railroads, gaB
works, telephone companies, etc., un
der municipal ownership would bo to
create a political machine In every
largo city that would bo simply Impreg
nable. "'These political machines aro al
ready strong enough, with their con
trol ot the policemen, tho flremen, and
"'If, In addition to this, they could
control tho thousands of men employ,
ed In great public utility corporations,
the political machines would havo a
power that could not bo overthrown.'
The public executioner ot tho Grand
Duchy of Hesso has been fined 920 for
"casting a disdainful glance" at tho
Judge of the Supremo Court ot Darni-etadt.
Petitions for Administration.
f ,.,lmln..nll I-... a a !
!.?. in .i,i r i V a'' "V
lute Hear L FcT E lo J' I?
i?.i?i;.M s ' 6' 10 n" m'
John A. 1'nlmer petitions that letters
if administration Issue to blm on es
tate of Clinton II. Willis, Intestate.
Wearing Feb. 2, 10 a. m. Judge Hardy.
Henry P. Baldwin petitions that let
ters of administration Issue to him on
estate of Frederick C. Baldwin, intes
tate. Hearing Jan. 29, 10 a. ra. Judgb
Emma Nowlcln petitions that letters
of administration Issuo to James L.
Coko on cstato of Samuel Nowlcln.
Hearing Jan. 22, 10 a. m. Judgo Ko
Dm Id Malkal petitions that letters
of administration issuo to him on es
tate ot Moses Aona Kalua, Intestate
Hearing Jan. 22, 9 a. ni. Judge De Bolt.
Jessie Brocklc Rett petitions that
letters of administration Issue to her
on estate of Wm. 1'. L. Rett, Intestate.
Hearing Jan. 8, 10 a. m. Judgo Kepol
Petitions tor Probate of Will.
Virginia It. Iscnborg petitions for
probate of will ot Henry Alexander
uenberg and that letters testamentury
issue to Virginia R. Iscnbcrg, Richard
M. Iscnbcrg and E. G. Dulsenberg.
Hearing Keb. 5, 9 a. m. Judge De Bolt.
Cecil Brown petitions for probata o(
Mil of Hannah Wall and that letters
testamentary Issuo to him. Hearing
Jan. 29, 9 a. in. Judgo Do Bolt.
Mllcka Kahclo petitions for probata
of will of llosea I. Kahelo and that
letters testamentary Issuo to ber.
Hearing Jan. 1, 10 a. m. Judgo liar-
Notices to Creditors.
John P. Dlas, administrator estate ot
Francifco Alvcs Rlblero, advertises for
claims to bo filed with him beforo
Wlllnm J. Forbes, administrator es
tate ot Annie Isabella Forbes, ader
Uses for claims to be filed with htm be'
fore July 4.
Edmund Hart, administrator estate
ot Esther Hale, advertises for claims
to be filed with him beforo June U
Frank Scott, administrator cstato ot
Kathcrlne K. Scott, advertises for
claims to bo filed with him beforo
L. A. Thurston, administrator with
tbo will annexed of Julia A. Paty, ad
vertises for claims to bo filed with blm
beforo Juno 7.
Achln Akana, administrator with the
will annexed ot cstato of N. S. Akana,
udvcrtlses for claims to be filed with
H. Y. Mills beforo May 23.
Ucorgo Glbb, administrator cotato
of John Glbb, advertises for claims to
to filed with Jas. L. Coko beforo
C. Ako, administrator estate of
Aslu, advertises for claims to be filed
with II. T. Mills boforo May 23.
Julian Yates, administrator estate
ct Emma D. Yates, vadvertlses for
claims to be filed with Harry T. Mills
beforo May 23
W. Ffotenhauor, administrator o-
tato ot Franz C. W. Uuchholtz, adver
tises for claims to bo filed with him
beforo May 25.
Mcaal Kckucwa, administratrix es
tato of Kauhullhla (k), advertises for
claims to lie filed with Henry Smith
beforo May 18.
Menat Kckuowa, admlnlstVatrlx es
tate of Kamaka Iakopa (w), adver
tises for claims to bo filed with Hen
ry Smith beforo May 18.
A. II. R. Vlclra. administrator cs
tato of M. It. A. Vlelra, advertises for
claims to bo filed with blm beforo
S. Ehrllch, administrator estate of
M. 8. Lovy, ndvortlics for claims lo
bo filed with him beroro May l.
I.llla Souza. executrix estate ot An
ale Ilfosini: advertises for claims to
bo filed with J. Alfred Magoon before
Allco Kapuaa, admlnlstratrlx'estale
of Kapuaa (k), advertises for claims
to bo filed witn J. J. uunuo Deiorr
April 31, 1906.
II. O. Mlddledltcb, administrator es.
Me of Gustavo Broman, advertises
for claims to bo filed with htm before
Cecil Noar, administratrix estate of
Isaac Noar, advertises for claims to
be filed with blm at tho office of C.
W. Ashford before March 21, woo.
Edward Q. Bcckwlth. administrator
cstato of Caroline Porter Beckwltb, ad
vertises for claims to bo filed with blm
beforo March 23,
Lyio A. Dickey, administrator estate
of Samuel T, Alexander, advertises foi
claims to bo filed with him betori
W. W. Thayer, admln'itrator estate
of Hanakaulano Holt, advertises tot
claims to bo filed with blm befors
Sam Chllllngworth, administrate!
estate of Manohclll Kauhane, advor-
Uses for claims to bo filed with him,
before March 7.
Kaa'.ara.Wcrtl.e: 'for T.a.mV to be
C Akuna, administrator estate ut
fllel with him or Jas. L. Coko before
.rl inuVr-Vi . ,nV ., ... I ' l.- " him before January i.
lint ft l.nnl nllllnn. 1. n tntl-toi
jXtaKno"ta",ng " 6' 10 ui .?;? v med wiih him tc,"
Pnnnlc Knhuwa nctltlona that letters n JL... . J... .... .... ...
Kaapunl, administrator estate ot' At Capitol building Jan. M 12 m
' Allen, advertise, for dalmsBupterlnt
to be died with him before Feb, 4.
Hawaiian Trust Company, Ltd,
lnlstrator estate of James Dean
mlnlstrator estate of James Dean, adil
vcrtlses for claims to be filed with
betore Feb. 15.
James L. Coke, administrator estate
or J. KamaheK sdvertlsea for claims
to be filed with hint before Feb. 1.
jsvangeuno uu duth, auiuiuiouniur
estate of Joao M, Jardlne, advertises
tor claims to be filed with him before
J J. U. Searle, administrator estate ot
reicr i.owis, advertises ior claims lo DO
" Oti-UUillU, uunjiiiiBiia-Lur Willi win
"nexed of estate of Baldwin Meaner,
, advertise, for claim, to be filed with
h - lm before Jan. 12.
Anna Zimmerman, executrix estate
of Albert Zimmerman, advertises for
claims to be lllcd with her before
Jano Wight, executrix will of James
Wight, advertises for claims to bo filed
tilth tho Henry Wntcrhouso Trust
Company, Ltd., beforo June 1G.
IBnBlo II. OIIiiihd. Jacob P. Brown
and Arthur M. lliown, executors cs
tato of Cordelia Hbstlags Brown, ad
vertise, for claims to bo fllod with A.
II. brown before April 24.
J. A. L.yle. exeentur estate of Louis
Rushncll, advertises .'or claims to be
filed with him at tht office of Trent
& Co. before March 27, 1806.
Hlciiard II. Trent, ovcutor estnln of
Thomas Chrlstloy. kdvertlses for
claims to bo filed wlta him before
John O. Rothwcll. cx.cutor estate of
Lumlsh Wey, adroUls.s for claims to
bo (lied with hlra bofo.-c- Feb. 29,
jonna P. Pico, executrix cstato of
Manoel P. Pico, advertises for elnlmn
to be filed with J. M. Vivas before
Petitions for Hearing
Henry Smith, administrator cstat
of Maul (k.), petitions for final ac
counting nnd discharge. Hearing
Inn. 29, 9 a. m, Judgo Lindsay.
E. A. Fraser, administrator estate of
David II. Kaholwal, petitions for filial
recounting and discharge. Hearing
Ian. 31, 10 a. m, Judgo Mathcwman.
8. Ahml, administrator estate of Y.
Ah Chew, petitions for final account
ing and discharge. Hearing Jan. 29,
10 a. m. Judge Kcpolknl.
M. P. Robinson, administrator estate
ot John Riley, petitions for final ac
counting and discharge Hearing Jtilu.
IS, 9 a. in. Judgo Do Bolt.
Portuguese Mutual Benefit Society
petitions that letters of ndmlnlttrallnu
Issue to J. P. Diaz on cstato of P. C. R.
Splnola, Intestate. Hearing Jan. IE,
10 a. m. Judgo Kepolkal.
Mary E. Ford petitions that letters
of ndmlnlstratlon Issuo to William
Hcnnlng on cstato of Robert E. Ford,
Intestate. Ilcaring Jan. 15, 10 a. m.
E. I. Spalding, administrator cstnto
of II. J. Johnson, petitions for final ac
counting and discharge. Hearing Jan.
22. 9 a. m. Judgo Do Dolt.
David Dayton, administrator estate
cf Louis Adlcr, petitions for final ac
counting and discharge. Hearing Jnn.
22, 9 a. m. Judgo Do Bolt.
A. Kauhl, administrator cstato ot
Frank Antone, petitions for final ac
counting and discharge. Hearing Jan.
22, 9 a. m. Judgo Do Bolt.
Ng Ping, administrator estate of Ng
Fawn, petitions for final accounttnc
and discharge Hearing Jan. 15, 9 a.m
Judgo Do Bolt.
Mrs. Ellen J. Palau, administratrix
cstato of J. Palau, petitions for final
accounting and discharge Hearing
Jan. z, lu a. m. judge Parsons.
Thomas S. Kalama. cuardlan of M,
Kaopulupulu Wnlanulnnl (k) petitions
to sell real estate nt Walhole, Oahu,
Hearing Jan, 15, 10 a. in. Judgo I)c
II. II. Ronton and Geo. F. Renton', ex
ecutors of estate of James Renton, pa
lltlon tor final accounting and dls
charge. Hearing Jan. 13, 10 a. in.,
Mortgago made by Ltii Watolama
pnd wife to J. Alfred Magoon, recorded
In Liber 207, pages 45-46, covering land
in Pnuoa, will bo sold at public auction
ct Fisher's auction rooms Jan. 15,
Mortgago mado by Raymond Reyes.
Hinrdlan, to Julia Edwards, recorded
In Llhcr 237, pages 370-72, covering
land In tho subdivision or Machado,
King street, will bo sold at public auc
tion at Morgan's auction rooms Jau.
0, 12 m.
Mortgago mado by J. K. Wilder and
Marlon C, Wilder to Cecil Brown, re
corded In. Liber 121, pages 93 01, cov
f ring property on Berctanln and Young
Ktreots, will bo sold at public auction
ut Fisher s auction rooms Jan. 20, IZm
At Pollro Station, Jnn. 29, 12 m In
terest ot D. L. Kekulokana lu land at
I'unahou, Oahu, will lie sold at public
auction for Judgment for $30.42 Interest
At Capltnl Building. Honolulu, Jnn.
11, 12 m., Interest of Inter-Island Tel
egraph Co., Ltd., In polos nnd wlroleas
enulpmont will be sold nt public auc
lion for Judgment for $4,325.59 Interest
' Commissi Pub'lnds win sen
At Jiiaiciary uuiiuiiik, reu. J. - ni.,
at public auction land at llamaKiiapo-
VU, ......it, 1W.UX.. U0 w.........
, tell at public auction land at Kaalco,
mau a 01 juun siri-ei.
At the Judiciary ; Building. Jan, ,6,
"i .... .Vommiss oner or rumie Minus
v,ni sen ai puoiic aucuou .. 'i.,.an(1 tnat.H ho,p,nB U8 ROt gUni,urned
ai uui uia, uanu.
At Judiciary building, Jan. 6, 1J ro.,
womiuisBiouer u. a. moiu "" "
In tho selection of a medicine to
euro you ot Stomach, Liver or Bow
el disorders, the Bitters should be
your first choice. Past experience
has proven Its value In cases ol
HEADACHE, POOR APPETITE.
INDIGESTION, DY8PEP8IA, COS-
TIVENE88, GENERAL DEBILITY,
AND MALARIA, FEVER AND
Try a bottle. All druggists.
at public auction land at Kahuluu, Koo
Allie Payne McTlghe petitions for
confirmation and registration of lltlo
to land on Young street. Hearing Jan.
in. i:m p, m. Judge Weaver.
I.tilso Gross Thompson petitions for
innllrmatlon and rcalstratlon of title
lit land oil Young street. Hearing Jan.
su, i:su p. m. Judgo weaver.
George P. Castle petitions for regis
tration nmt confirmation ot title to
land on Pacific Heights. Hearing Jan.
i, i:su p. m. judge wearer.
Jan. 2. J. E. Fullcrtnn. plnlntlff,'"
vh. II. Mlkl, ilcfendnnt; Judgment for
piaintiif, yoiil. ' I
Hawaiian Hardwaro Co., plaintiff.'
. W. II. Crawford, defendant: Judg-I
mviit for plalntltf, $108.53.
S. Oknna, defendant, vs. Kaiilu, plain
tiff; judgment for plalntlrr, S16.GB.
Jan. 3. Wo Hop Kce, plaintiff, vs.
Kalua, defendant; Judgment for plain
A. K. Parker, plaintiff, vs. Woods
Institute ot Physical Culture, defend
ant ; judgment for plaintiff, I215.GO.
II. Ycsu, plaintiff, vs. F. K. Maltlno.
defendant; judgment for plaintiff,
Jon. C C. 8. Martin, plaintiff, vs.
G. Kahuna, defendant f Judgment for
OI.EPAU At Pntama, January C, tho
Infant son or Mr. and Mrs. William
Olcpau, aged ono year, six months.
Funeral today at 2 p. m. from the
CRAI1I1E In Sacramento, Cat., Dec.
15, 1905, Do Courcy Wright Crabbe,
brother of John M., Clarcnco L., Hor
nco N. ami Lydla It. Allen. A na
tlvo of Honolulu, aged 61 years, 10
months and 18 days.
Tho body was sent to Oakland for
trcmatlon. Ho died of apoplexy with
tu an hour's tlmo.
VAI.1IOUN In Oakland Cal Decem
ber 23, Gcorgu 8., beloved husband
of Mntllda Calhoun, and brother of
Mrs. J. M. E. Atkinsim and Isaac
nnd Ituriis Calhoun, a native of Port
Towimciid. Wnsh., aged 35 )cars, 11
mouths and 15 days.
UARDEKOPF In llauovor, Germany,
Uou Oct. 31, 1UU5, Mrs. Gretcbcu liar
dckoiif, aged 75 years, a sister of
J nc. 'II, Stcllliig ol Honolulu.
Hau FrnuclBco and Bakcrsflcld,
Vul., papcrB please copy.
Mng Hilly, I regrets tcr Bay dat our
engagement Iiiih got ter bo liroko off.
Hilly Wot's do troublo now?
Mag -Mo tun won't leave mo wear
ycr ling no moru 'cos It makes mo lin
ger bUu;l:. Leslie's Weekly.
Tho census taker rapped at tho door
nf tho llttlo fnrmhoiiso and opened his
long book. A plump girl nt nbout IS
iiuno to tlio door, and blinked at him
Mupldly. "How many people live
licrc7 ' ho began. "Nobody lives hero.
. Wc only staying through the hop
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J :'",'-'' 'now how mini "B
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lool,,acn0 .,' dful. and my mtlo broth
. .... ...,, ,ho new
ho ,)n h,8 bacI( that ho hag blstcrs tno
'hlio or eggs; and wo all took on so that
Mhoiy Blcpt a w)nk aM nlgUt ong.
Oceanic Steamship Company
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VENTURA JAN. 1m
ALAMEDA JAN. 19
SIERRA JAN. 31.
ALAMEDA FEB 9
fSONOMA ., FEB. 21
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railroad from San Francisco to all points In the United SUUt, and. tmH
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OCEANIC S. 8. CO.,
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Occidental and Oriental Steamship
AND TOYO KISEN KAISHA.
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leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
COPTIC' JAN. 17
SIBERIA JAN. 30
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From San PrnnclHco To Honolulu DIreot.
S.S."NEBRASKAN" to sail JAN. 18
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and each month thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to Snn Pranclnco.
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Proti Seattle and Tacoma to Honolulu
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Oeeld' iuI &. Oriental Steamship
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DRAY MEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
Firewood, Stove and Steam Coal.
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pure distilled wat8'
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous drivers.
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Kewalo. Telephone Blue tin
OF ALL KIND8.
Dealers In Lumber and Ccr-i
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen St, Honolulu.
Yo I Qet
8ANITARY PLUMBINQ AND
RIGHT PRICES when you order
K. AKI c& CO.,
102S SMITH STREET.
Furl 8AN FRANCISCO;
SON6.MA JAN. 10
ALAMEDA FEB. 14
VENTURA FEB. 20.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MONGOLIA JAN. 1
CHINA JAN. II
MANfllUHJA "-"KB. 16
Co., Ltd, a
..to sail FEB. 15
tbo dn-e, below stated, via.:
From Sydney and Brisbane.
' iFor victonn ami Vancouver, u. u.j
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following Steamship Co.'s Linea:
Pacific Mail Steamshla Co.
Toyo Klsen Kalsha Steamship Ca,
at your homes, saving you tka troakla
H. J. NOLTL
Beaver Lunch Room
The Dike Doctor. I have a blj
stock ot wheels. Repaiiiaaj
our spoclalty. Wbeela Beat.
ed. Two Stores: 181 Klc M,
Hotel near River.
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