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KVKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H., THURSDAY, JAN. 11, 1906.
Tbe Little Ads with
fleo Piiko H. N3W TO -
3!y young: man from Coast 10 years'
experience general dry goods, men's
furnishing and shoes, position ns
salesman; best references. Address
R Bulletin. 3277-lw
A reliable drttiag horse, sound, me
dium tx or larger. K., Uullctln of
30BSB Oa Vineyard St.
' 3I0C3I Oa Beach at Walklkl.
OITlCES-ln Walty Building.
WAasilOTJSES On Queen Street.
la-prcnt and Unimproved Proper
Jloxutt la All rarts of the City.
BISHOP & CO.,
f Merchant Street,
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
tut housekeeping or 2 gentlemen. At
1U Bnetanla St. 3270-lw
Kottaxc ia Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Worur Kvil, Smith St, mauka Hotel
CteapcxL coolest furnished rooms In
Bitty. Helen's Court, Adams lano.
xonrry rnralibed mosquito proof rooms
A M Thieyard SL 272ft 1'
mraliztea1 rooms nt 1223 Emma street.
Oa Rapid Transit car between Wat
UM Tom and Walklkl. an Aloha
Tmnp!e fex. Finder return to thlsENWALD BUILDING,
nice I or rcwara. nii-u
Tncalo white fox terrier, long tall. Itc
tnrn I). II. Kclltaa, Fort St. opp. old
Normal School. 3273-2W
One large black California mule. Ro
ttrra to Schuman Carrlago Co. for ri
LOST, 8TRAYED OR 8TOLEN.
One sorrel hor3e, ono bay more. Plndor
Trill receive reward by calling at COt,
3277-31 K. II. W0DEH0U8IJ
Our m White
are marvels of beautv and du
rability. They stand 5 feet 8
Inches, the four sides are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
ky "The Scientific American"
as mots-proof and strictly
Sola Agent for Islands. Box 184.
TAKE YOUR CLOTHES TO THE
City Renovating !Co:
And' have them Cfeaned, Pressed, Re
paired and Dyed.
1153 :: fort :: street.
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best bUci Band from 32 to S3 a load
ccordlag to distance hauled. Coral
recka lor atable, roadt and Bide
raBu; firewood. Third door below
Stag. Maasakea El; P. O. box 820.
7elepoae Main 398.
DYEINQ AND CLEANING.
thmn dy.H (any color) and cleans
ttotfcti; repairs bicycles and fu
sbta capLtyeet, E20 King SL
("". Hyahl Clothes cleaned, repaired
Ml dy4 U7 Beretanla SL
Vr hovM-htlp, phone White 2891, Ma-
IkDd. General Employment unice,
,joc. Peraiscola and Beretanla.
Vmbrtnaa repaired and bran polish-
Jaj. TakaU, 1284 port bl.
the B!g Results
DAY, for Now Ada.
Beef cattle for sale at Ka-
huku Hanch, Kau, lift
wall. 3212 tf
The finest assortment, (In the Islands)
of smokers articles. Imported from
Bugland; Including n largo stock of
three II goods In fancy cases. Alto
all the lending brands of Clear lfn-
ana nnd Domestic cigars and Egyp
tian and Turkish cigarettes at the
lowest prlc.es. Ladles or others do
siring to make Holiday gifts to smok
ers, are Invited to call and Inspect
tho stork before busing elsewhere.
Myrtle Cigar Store, Fort Street.
I 1 2 story residence, 1213 Matlock
Ave., 4 bed r clcc. wire, one block
from 2 car lines. lot 50x85; 12250
Uasy payment. 1'. K. U Strnuch,
Walty Bids.. No. 74 King St.
Pino corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental tw'
and all Improvement!. Two mln-l
utes' walk from cars and Punanou
f.nlln(n AiIiImd. If V tht. nfTtn
WWl.VCU. UUfcOS ... . ., U. VU.VV.
?cccnd-hand Smith Premier typewrit
er, in good condition, inumro sing
er Sowing Machine Store, Alakca St,
In quantities, sprouted cocoanuts from
poo to two jcars old. Apply B. Q-omi
Box 40, I.lhuo, Kauai. 3ZCB-im
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address It B. K.. Bulletin.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R. ROWAT, D.
777 KING 8T.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
i .uii9bkkwn-n I -i.ntf , uw o I niv
rtiiMem fr A-r I At., em e-AM-
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
Ratand Roach Paste
! ruarmntriHl ta rlJ thft Iioum. hmrn or ttara at I
II vvrmin, d rH tt llirm out of door to di. All fl
arttirr PTPfni ? prtpmta onnwipior I
LAitfta rikTK lu.. Tr.bM bUt, Ultu. IIL I
A. C. MONTGOMERY
QUEEN ST. opp. INT.-I3L. WHARF.
will (jive you the best price possible
for bottles and all' kinds or Old Metal.
He can also furnish Monuments, Iron
fencing for Private Groundt and Cem
etery Plots. Cement and Stone Cop
ing Furnished and Laid. P. O. box 152.
A Postal Brings An Answer
Mr. Jat, Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano warerooms
of I,, i:. Thayer & Co., 168 Hotel St.,
opposlto Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
See Hattlngt for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Muslo Boxes, Sharpening ot
Fine Cutlery, Rear Union drill.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros., Union above Hotel St.
ror nice, smooth shave call at
Criterion Bboo. 1111 Fort Bt.
MONEY TO LEND.
In Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn o Hotel and Union.
l.lbuc, Kauai, Jan. 8. New Year's
day was nxed for the great contest for
ihn silver run donated bv Mr C M.
Cooke! VuZ na. been some vc
sirenuuus training lor mu v.c-ni huu
. C1..1, ti,,i iu..nr..'
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lAi'iiiaiiuua mil ,ii(,i. ..!. ..v ...........
were very much below tho general run ,
ni ine ciuii musi uc pui uuwn uiuih
tnitt .l.n, .tin nttno I... Ii.iin nfntmt t nr '
n month or more, and that the bowlers
IUI.I llltlb HIV UI11.-J IIUO WW.. Hwov.i aw.
ns a conscqucnco are sort.
The score card gles the following
Information of the bucccss:
Klrst prize, P. ltutsch, score 167;
second prize, II. J. Carls, scoie 152;
third prize, II. Wolters, scoro H8; P.
Crnwford. 140; J. J. HJorth, 139; P.
Malm, 133; A. II. ltlcc, 127; II. Froe
Iich, 120; C. A. nice, 123; P. Weber,
123; O. r. Winter. 123; W. ll. mco
Jr., 121; K. Cropp, 11C; II. D. Wlshnrd,'
113. D. II. Hilts, 110; C. Maser, 110;
W. Schleber. 101; 0. W. Wllrox, !)9;
J. A. Hogg. 97; W. Kasscbecr. 8G; C.
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" II'"' "'';' V-. i',,, ri,n i
"' b$c,,cr- Co' l,oob "rUe' "
Tue , hg ,on thrco
.-, i.. ii. i,v tho same man be-1
foro It pnsses Into the possession of
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the winner, but as tins arrangement
would leave the best man at the con-,
test without a prize for tho "me being.
Mrs. Iscnberg had donated a silver nsh ,
tray as an additional prize for the i ono (
bvumiK uiu w """. -i '""
nt this particular tournament. Tho sec
third and booby prizes were put
i,.. the club, tho latter, a rubber
ball, being very appropriate for tho
winner to practice with at home, when
prevented from attending me meetings
at tho alley.
RENEAR JUKES HIT
The following are extracts from Phil
adelphia papers In Regard to Dan lie
near, our swimming champion;
Dan Ilenear, the Pacific Coast cham
pion swimmer, Is doing great things In
Philadelphia at prencnt. It will bo
remembered that Ilenear inmo from
Honolulu to Mlllvllle nnd trained nt'
Union Lake for his match for the Kast-
em championship. Pour dns beforo
the race he received a bad cut on tho
leg nnd through that tauso lost his,
race. Since that time ho has bfen
worKIng back In shape ami nas uroKcn
several records at the Uimcrslty of
Pennsylvania swimming pool, where ho
Is now training. On Thursday of this
week ho will give an exhibition of fan
cy diving nnd high Jumping and will
also enter several races against Dan
iels, the present Battcrn champion.
Next Meek he goes to New York, whero
!, will nlso rare. Mr. Ilenear s a
iri,.i nmnti.nr. limine nil his own ox-!
.,, n,.,t rotolvinir nnlv tirlzes for
bis work. He Is a nepliew or miss ue-
becca Bethel on Mulberry street nnd Is
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,wen Known uy many jivupiu m jhh-, .,.,; , , . ,', ,
lllo whero he was a famlllor figurolB-in. tho 203-pound guard and all-around
'this summer with his athletic form nnd othleto from Lnglewood High School;
I.I.. hnn.iwrhlnf loosolv knotted . Moody, n stnr bnpoball. football anil
around his neck.
n,,nl1 Tlononr -hnmlilnn nt Ilnnn-liUIlS
lulu, broko the twclength Kwmmlng'
record 200 feet-ln Hie University ot
iPcnnsjlvanla tank last night, making
t lie u btnmo ln forty bccoiius. two sec-
ouds faster than tho previous mark.
l Then he played on tho scrub water pnln ,
team, winch defeated tho 'varsity uy
(he scoro of 3 to 0.
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There will bo a red-hot baseball game
when tho soldiers ot Camp McKlnlcy
and tho All-Portuguese stars hook up
in a game of ball at Kaplolant Park on
Sunday. Tho Portugueso hao a very
strong line-up nnd as the team looks
on paper It will bo a hard ono for
Undo Sam'tf men to take Into camp.
Tho Portuguese boys will lino up as
follows: Sonres,. catcher; Preltas,
pitcher; Plmcnthal, first ha bo; J. I'er
nunUez, second base; llushnell, third
base; Hvcrs, short stop; M. Soarcs, left
field, M. Preltas, tenter field: J. Cor
rca, right field.
Tho Metropolitan Meat boys aro not
quite satisfied with their defeat at tho
hands of the soldiers and aro looklus
The golfers are all pruning them
selves to get at "Clint" Hiitchlns' freak
cup Sunday. This novel tournament Is
attracting much attention and In fatt.'day ,, and bey(.,6 raccg ln lU
Is tho talk ot the golfers Just at the ,,,,. ,..,,,,..
present time. Kvery wlelder of tho
driver Is wondering Just what sort of
a. course he will be compelled to play
over to win that pretty sliver trophy.
The holes will not be given out until
It Is time for the first couple to'tee up
on the start off. It tan be depended
upon that the course declarod will bo
anything but an easy one.
i nay win start at u ociock.
A petition Is being circulated asking
1 in V"".1"''"1"0""" V . ., ,
a public golf course at Kaplolanl Park.
ins pennon s uetng ireeiy signed anil
li. ,uun ua u.us u,o V.UUIDO is in
BRITT ANDJMSON AGAIN
Jimmy Brltt and Bat Nelson are
again practically matched for a return
fight. Brltt and Nelson met In New
York and Nolan, Nelson's manager.
agreed to let the latter meet Brltt pro-
vlded that a certain sum of money bo,uiymplc Club of San CTanclsco,
paid over to them that be claims Is due
from their last fight Drill offered tho
money out of his own pocket and pro
duced a check for $2500 to bind tho .
I molpti Mfilmn nnil Knlnn rntilil tint'
;. ' '."" . ".f"
In,e0 tn0 monc "l l'int llme' 00 Y
j1"1 to post the money two daya
luit - r.
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It " claimed thatt Ills match
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,aKU ,lacc ln 'Y, ,', Jt
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It U tl
Al Nell will be ghen a match w'lth
Sullivan If he Is smtessful lu his com
ing bout with Joe Thomas.
Tom Slinri.rv n'nt lils father and
fiUtrr nnili tl(iril) f,ir n (MirlHtmns tires. '
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Jack O'llricu Is now In Boston.
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Jim Nell claim tbnt ho will have u
boxing dub In Han Pramlsco.
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Jack O'Brien nnd Otis Kuhlln have
Lcvn matched to box twenty rounds on
Mnrili 1st before a Philadelphia Club.
Joe Qrlm lost hit Umpcr and kicked
hg nntngonltt In the rlnu,
n ;: j;
K(, Cartcr rc,,tly defeated lu
Ncw y fc L j h UMl
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lly Snallliam nnd Harry Tcnny wm
meet in a twenty-round contest at Sac-
rnmento on January 11
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A third MtdoNcrn. nnd a brother of
Terry, has entered tbe ring.
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Spider Welch has an offer to meet
Ilubo Smith at Oemer.
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IMdle Itnnlon Is taking a long rest
and will go back Into the ring when
ho gels built up.
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Kid Herman Is out with a challenge
to meet any HghtwclghL
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Jack Johnson (colored) has posted
2500 that he (an beat Jack O'Brien.
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O'Brien Is ellll anxious to fight
Boston amateur boxers will be sent
to San Francisco In March to compete
for tho amateur boxing championship
0r tne A. A. U.
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Tho following crack athletes liuo
entered Chicago University: Prince,
formerly aptain of the Shattuck Mil-
nry Acuuimv. who wcigns iiv pounua
'l ' declared to be a lomblnatlon of
Sinker and a Bczdck.
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nrou,nal llc' t Dca Moines, and Is
T ft full linpli tnnI?lv lir-rnlilril Mnilill
tt A I nil a fi1 uniimlu fnrmnplu n atnt nit.
track man from tho University ol
Maine; Dl Ulnson, a pitcher from
UOmslOCK, It liait-milCr irom
',rl'"'t"n. formerly n star nt Hydo
I!ork "'Bli School; and Ilandolph, u
polo nulter from Crown Point, Ind., nn
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There will bo an Independent base
ball leaguo organized In Michigan.
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Joe Corbett, tho onco great baseball
pitcher. Is suilcriiig from rheumatism.
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Roller skating la all the gp on tho
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Prank Douncr, a noted ball player,
iccently died ln Kansas City.
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Ico football Is tho latest. Recently a
game was played In Minneapolis. Nine
men composo tho "lo football" team,
oud though the fundamentals ot tho
gridiron game aro retained In Carstcn's
game, tagging Instead ot tackling, and
the uso of tho list In punts removes the
dangers that tho straight football
would hold. None of tho excitement
ot thu dry ground contest Is lott
through the change.
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Auto railng Is being held In Sau
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Captain I.avo Gross ot tho Philadel
phia American League team has been
told to Washington.
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A largo building Blmllar to Madison
Square (lardens Is to be built in San
l'rancl8(o. It Is proposed to have slx-
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Tho gold medal for amateur golf on
the Pacific Coast was won by U. 11.
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Bowling as a trio Mrs. Elsworth, Al.
Shave and I). Elsworth tallied up a
total of 710 for ono game, which U a
lecord that will likely remain on top
tttrnttirltmit IGArt f-a EMan-nrtli z-n.-ni1
2i2, Sluvve 250 and' Elsworth 217. This
i a new record,
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E,ovcn mc w, K0 from tne Pa(.,flc
r-nnut fn ent. till- toniriin linotinll In
the Past next season.
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The Cleveland baseball club trodpd
Pitcher Prank (Red) Donahuo to De
troit for Pitcher Jack Tnwnsend,
whom Detroit recently received from
Washington In trade for Pitcher Kitson.
II li n
I.os Anceles Is to have a new nth
lettc club modeled on tho line ot the
M CLUSRATIO 8Hi
In tho selection of a mcdlclno to
euro you of Stomach, Liver or Bow
el disorders, the Bitters should bej
your first choice. Past experience!
has proven Its value In cases off
HEADACHE, POOR APPETITE,1
INDIGESTION. DYSPEPSIA. COS.
JTIVENES3, GENERAL DEBILITY,'
SAND MALARIA, FEVER AND
t Try n bottle. All druggists.
COllNTY IIUYS MACHINERY
AND PROVIDES FOR ROADS
MUCH IMPORTANT BUSINESS IS
HANDLED BY SUPERVISORS.
Uhtie, Kauai, Jan. S. The county
fathers held the first meeting In tho
new year last week and opened pro
ceedings by appointing J. M. Knncakua
' Bids as well for road machinery as
lor macadamizing ceen and one halt
miles Of road were then opened and tak
en under consideration There were
I thrco bidders for the macadam work as
I advertised. Mr. J. Wilson offered to
unticrtaKo tne worn at a price of sev
enty-two icnts a squnro yard It he was
to furnish tho machinery himself, and
to finish It In 430 days, while he could
do It for fifty-two and nine-tenths
cents with n time limit ot 305 days. In
tare tho county agreed to buy tho nec
essary machines. L P. Chaplns bids
were rcspoctuely eighty-three and kev
mty-four rents, time limited to IB and
12 months, and (Jeo, Mumlon, who only
mado one bid, offered to do tho work at
eighty-nine nnd two-tenths rents n
square yard, he supplying all, tho work
to be accomplished In 330 days. Of
those bids the ono of Mr. Wilson for
macadamizing with the county's ma
chinery was accepted.
A number ot firms bad submitted
prices on tho Implements advertised
for, partly for total outfits and partly
for Bpeclal pieces of machinery und
competition among the representatives
of .two of tho firms lilch wero pres
ent at the meeting at times brought
lorth court room orntory. Tho result
' waB' 1,oncvcr' that Mr' YounB' rc"re-
San Francisco, was awarded part of
the order. The bill, amounting In all
to some 310,800, Included two road rol
lers, three dump carts, six macadam
spreading wagons, ono sprinkling tart
and one road grader, Ono rock crush
ing plnnt with a N'o. 3 grntory Austin
crusher, waa nwnnlcd to on Hamni-
Young Co., Ltd., whoso representative,
Marslon Campbell, was present.
Citizens of Hannlel petitioned tho
Board to appoint O. Huddy road luna
ror that district, but aitlon In this mat
ter was deferred to next meeting.
Tho Board allowed rtn additional f 1G0
to be paid to D. Kanealll to mako up
mo (tin six months' salary, S1L0 hav
lng been allowed at the October meet'
The Board decided to advertise for
bids for repairing Kealla mauka bridge.
There was about $780 In hands of the
eld road board avallablo for tho pur
pose. An estimate ot the total lott
bad been made by the Road Supervis
or, showing that It would probably tako
fiuuu to put the bridge In ood comll
Tho Road Supervisor wos ordered to
advertise for bids for tho regradlng ot
tne mils on the Kllauea road.
After giving the road luna In Koloa
n substantial raise, and appropriating
55UU for roads and bridges In Lllnie,
tho Board ndjourned. Garden Island
COIN 181 YEARS OLD.
Joe RodrlgucB, nn elevator boy In tho
Stnngcnwald building, has a Spanish
coin 181 years old, Ho found tho money
on the streets of Honolulu about three
jcars ago and has carried It as a pocket
pleto ever since. The date of coinage.
1725, shows up unusually plain for mall
an old relic, Ilodrlgucs also has a
nickel made In 1829.
The Weekly Edition ot the Evening
bulletin gives a complete summary ot
ho C f tbe day,
PrlnccBt Tltanla won tho Cunard
Handicap at Oakland on January 2nd.
i no mue was made la 1:13?; over a
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Two American Jockeys. Fred Taral
ond Harry Lewis carried off the bono
during tho past season on Austrian
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Barney Schrieber'a turf winnings for
tne year are jto.ooo.
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One of "Lucky" Baldwin's horses
won a 100 to 1 shot on December 23ll
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Nealon, from Barney Schrelber'i
barn, won the Flood handicap In Oak
land on the 30th of last month,
iXsjXmMU'KipMWinKsjsHniWwM K iiM
If we are cheerful, sympathetic
kind; If we are gloomy and gray, the world sight a solemn accompan
iment. It It a matter of fact that we largely get from the, world In
proportion to what we give. The Idea that you have got to work for
happiness and brightness, actually paying for It In Itt own coin, It
true In every phase of life. It It true of your home as of yourself, A
gloomy house will not attract cheerful people, and a dim light will
shadow a smile.
Have the light of lights, Electric Light, Installed In your home
and all will be light and happiness, and there will be never a thadow.
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd f
Office King St., near Alakca
S. & W. Tomato Catsup.
No better Catsup Is made. It Is Invaluable at a relish for
soup, flth or meat dlthet of every description.
S, &. W. Tomato Catsup It entirely free from artificial color
ing and It made from selected freth, ripe, red tomatoet.
When buying tomato catsup bear In mind that many brands are
prepared and colored with Ingredients which are Injurious to
health. The 8. & W. product It strictly pure In every respect.
Retain MAIN 22.
Lovers Of Good Living
Will be delighted to see the array of delicacies on our Delicatessen
Counter. The 8. 8. Alameda brought ua a splendid consignment of
tasty food noveltiet from the mainland markets, Including
FANCY CHEESE, SMOKED EELS, MACKEREL
and some excellent OLIVES in bulk
This Is the finest assortment of Delicatessen we have had for a
very long time.
Metropolitan Meat Co,, Ltd.
Telephone Main 45
iKSBr'SHAmQTTr VXC jT37it a IiBfbiVvibt ybbbbbsbpMk W I
60 EGO SPECIAL
Call and examine and you will be convinced they are the best on
60-Ep;p; 108-Egg 2 J 6-Egg Machines
Also In stock Chick Feed, Poultry Grit, Blood Meal, Beef Scrap,
Granulated Bone, Leg Bands, Toe Punches. Write for catalogue.
M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS. LTD.
36 QUEEN 8TREET, HONOLULU.
We are prepared to tupply the People of Honolulu with Frtthett H
ISLAND MEAT8. Alto, Garden Produce of all kinds: Butter, Eggs, Chick
ins, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, everything FIRtVn
CLA8S MARKET Is called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE. Manager.
TELEPHONE MAIN 7, FORT ST.. OPP. LOVE ILDt,
Rooms For Rent
at very low price, by day, week or month. Rooms are newly furnished: elec
tric lighted; woll ventilated and each room convenient to bath. Guettt have
privilege of using reception room.
The Majestic Hotel
CORNER FORT AND TJERETATNIA STREETS.
Y. SUQA SHOTEN
Wholesale 5fc Retail Liquor Dealer,
B fl Stock of Japanese and America Liquors. ,vnxal Saloon In connection.
(IWILEI AND KING STRtrffa,
?08TOFFICE BOX 880, TELEPHONE MAIN 81
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and gay, the world resp'onds In '
'Phone MaH 390
& Co., Ltd.
Wholesale MAIN 92.
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