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aVHNIM. UUIXKTIN, HONOLTJLP. T. 1!,, FRIDAY, JAN. 12, 1906.
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MT-13 A SYNONYM OF QUICKEYED.
GLOBE customers know that the goodi and price here are synonymous
to Money-iaved, a Fit, and A1 Quality. Your dlicernment will deduct the
"reaion why" If you vltlt this itore.
Globe Clothing Co.
04 Hotel Stiiekt.
The New International Encyclopedia
Edited by Daniel Colt Oilman, LL.D. president of John Hopklni Unlver.
tlty (1876-1901), now Preildent of Carnegie Institution; Harry Thurston
Peck, Ph.D., L.H.D., Professor In Columbia University; Frank Moore Col
by, M.A., late Professor of Economies In New York University; In 21 vol
umes. Sold at publisher's prices and on same easy monthly payments by
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COR. HOTEL AND FORT 8TREET3 UPSTAIRS.
CALIFORNIA SAFE DEPOSIT AND
Corner California and Montgomery
8ts., 8an Franelseo.
For the six months ending December
31, 1905, dividends hnro been declared
on the deposits In tho savings depart
ment of this company as follows:
On term deposits at the rata of 3 6-10
per cent, per annum, and on ordinary
deposits at tlio rato of 3 1-2 per cent,
per annum, freo of taxes, and payable
on and after Tuesday, January 2, 190S.
J. DALZELL BUOWN,
3274 2v Manager.
ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE TO
Tho undersigned having lietn duly
Appointed administratrix of the estate
of tho lato Ned Gillespie, deceased,
hereby gives notice to all persona hav
ing claims against said estate to pre
sent same to Henry Smith, at his office
In tho Judiciary Building, Honolulu,
v,hhiu six months from date or they
will bo forever barred.
All persons Indebted to said estato
pro requested to make Immediate set
tlement with the said Henry smtiu.
Honolulu, December 29. ll'OS.
Administratrix Estate Ned all-
32G7 Dec. 29; Jan. 6. 12, 19, 20.
Following Is the program for tlio
muslcale to bo given at tho residence
of V. J. Lowrey by the Ladles' Society
of tho Central Union Church:
1. Adagio from Opus 125 (String
Quartet) Kr, Schubert
Messts. C. Husch, U. It. XI. Notce,
1). L. Marx and Dr. C. tlamus.
2. Rendezvous Alettcr
3. Serenade KJcrulf
Mi. Arthur wall, assisted by Mrs.
Otis, Miss Uylngton, Miss C.
Hall, Miss Llshmau, Miss O.
Hall, Miss A. Judd. I
4. a A Bhepherd's Talo Kevin
b Air de Iiallct. ... . ..MoBcbowskl
t. "When I Know That Thou Art
C. "All for You" Guy d'Hardolot M"loi L' aml w( to cla
i,. n ti rv,..;- i H Cooko I,
7. Aufonthatt ..'...'
6. Allegro Anlmato from
Entered for Record Jan. 10, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
W A Kinney to McDrydo Sugar Co
Emma A Abies to Claus Spreckcls
John Kmmctuth and as tr to Yco Yap
ct al L
Henry U Hlghton to J F Morgan.. CM
Robert Wallace to Ernest II Wuitc-
house. , 1'A
Kaplolaul Est Ltd to Francis II Me-
Stocker tr I)
Hco Clmrn by attys to I, Koon
Chock tr I.
I Yamashlro ct al to Yong Chin Co
Entered for Record Jan. 11, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
1) Kapall to Wong Kam Chew L
(IMano. Violin and 'Cello)...
W. W. Cade
Mrs. Whitney, Mr. Husch, Dr. Ramus
9. "Tho Rosy Morn" Roland
Mr. Stanley Livingston.
0. On Music's Wing
..... Mendelssohn nr. by Llcbo
Ladles' Doublo Trio.
.I...I.... California Fruit Co to Metropolitan
II1UUC., ... rn I ... .
.IllUb J ...U . . . ............ . . .'t
W O Irwin and wf to Clnus Sprock
GERMAN SAVINQ3 AND LOAN
526 California St, San Francisco.
For tho half year ending December
31, 1905, a dividend has been declared
tt tho rate of three and six-tenths
(3 C-10) per cent, per annum on nil de
posits, freo of taxes, payablo on and
cftcr Tuesday, January 2, 1900. Divi
dends not called for nro added to and
bear the samo rata of Interest as tho
principal from January 1, 1906.
Wo tako this method of notifying
the public that all accounts duo us
allien aro not settled within Blxty days
from dato will to placed in tho bands
of an nttorney for collection.
THE PORTER FURNITURE CO.,
Per K. H. PORTER.
Honolulu, January 2, 1906. 327E-tt
IIUItTIlY PALLING BUILDING
Recorded Jan. 4, 1906.
A Lewis Jr to L K I'okn; 1); Int In
lot 1, lilk 6, Knptolanl tract, Honolulu,
1)260. 11277. p 321. Dated Jan 2, 1906.
A O Spalding to (Icorgc W Smith tr:
Tr Sale; sliver and gold baseball tro
phy known as the Spnldlng Cup; $1.
II 274, p 423. Dated Oct 0, 1903.
Elizabeth J Webster niul hsb to
Florence Harlan; M; pc land, Annpu-
nl at llnn1nl,i. tlTim II n? .. ! II
Chnrlcs Weggescnd, an aged man, j)atlHi Oct 31, 1901. ' "
was badly Injured this morning wlillfl William Ch'ung Hoon mid wf to (1 O
tearing down a building at tho corner Aklnn; I); 4075-10000 acre land, Knulu
uf Queen and Rlchnrds street. Ho was uela, Honolulu; $1. II 277, p 325. D.i
nn top of tho structure when it Ml. ted Jan 2, 1906.
Ills right leg was broken above tho i a C Aklna to Chung Hoon nlo: I);
ankle, lie received a cut on tlio for 14075-10000 aero land, Kautiiwcla, Ho
head and In addition his back was r.olulu; $1. II 277, p 326. Dated Jan
bndly sprained, Weggescnd Is about 2, 1906.
t.O years of ago and has n family. Tho Honomii Su Co to Knllll Akoi and
Injured man was taken to tho Queen's hsb; Rcl; Int In It 1' 135$, Honomii, N
Hospital In the patrol wagon. Illllo; $150. U 251, p 160. Dated Jan
MARRIED Knllll Akal and hsb (Aknl) to f!
Urewer &. Co Ltd; D; Int In Or 135k,
lit .. r, .Ml... mten .. nt ., .
ntinwun t "uuuiiiii, o iiuui eio1. i -ii, ji ..,
ULllUU.11.1' H,.l li n in,"
MUll-fl UCt U, lrv.
William Kinney mid wf to First Am
dclphla and Julia Perry of Honolulu.
e as. a
SEND FOR FREE DOOK AND FREE
Secretary Wood of the Promotion
Committee yesterday rccclud a letter
from L. Frank Maum, of Chi in go, auth
of of the lomlc opera "Wizard of O. '
and others, acknowledging an Invita
tion to visit Honolulu. Mr llaum Is an
old acquaintance of Mr. Wood. Tin
writer has started for Egypt but ex
poets to make a trip to Hawaii next
When Mr. Uaum does come he will
probably be Inspired to write a comic
oncra located In the Hawalinn Islands,
mil in an prouauiiuy ueiorc no gem wmi01r Kr ool,a on 8t0vcs,
hIum .nnmlnlA I frnllV 1. Itlvllll fit '
I'll VUUIII1VIVJ I (UIIU - UAiv;, vi
"King Dodo," "Prince of Pllsen," aim
other musical comedies, will have ul
leady put on his piece, the first net of
which takes place In Honolulu.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Plxlcy visited hero In
November. They are now In Japan,
where the second act will bo laid. "Ho.
' (nolulu, Hawaii, Hurrah," has been sug-
All accounts owing tho Coyno Furnl- gested as a name for the Plxley opcru.
turo Co., Ltd., must be paid In sixty One of the scenes will be In front of
days from date. All unpaid accounts the Capitol buildings. Aivther at V1-
after this dato will bo placed In the.Mki ueacii.
Llhtie, Kntial, Jan. 8. An unusually
largo crowd turned out to see the horse
inics on New Yenr's day nt Kapaa. I.I
hue and Kealla wero close and exciting.
Inlnfi nrrvlnir nfT thr Innrnta nnil tiint
M. Horrle of 306 "C' ,0" ?22 3S3, part A of lot nf lhe lnoncy. oypsy Princess appeared
Vancouver, 11. C, December 18, 190j,
.. C. ..,. m.i,.nl. A rnrtu rtnlll '
. i',J T Vr,7,n, iiVnr,v-ni',i . nnr iiinr Savs & Tr Co of Hawaii Ltd; M; lots
to .Mrs. Agnes licurualcl, uauguier
of Jeffrey Lawrence of Victoria, nnd ; 352; 3i3 "'"' ?.?' ?'?. 4.1,5.n"
Call Ilurcau, Post Dulldlng, Wash
ington, Jan. 2. Secretary Uonaparte
hns approcd tho findings of the court
martial held In the case of Commander
Luclcn Young, commanding tho gun
boat Ilcnnlngton at tho time an explo
sion of her boilers occurred at San
Diego, Cal last July.
Tho finding? are that Commander
Young Is guilty on ccrtnln specifications
under tho chnrgo of neglect of duty
and not guilty on tho other specifica
tions. Tho court sentences htm to bo
reprimanded by tho Secretin and this
scntenco wll bo carried out.
The specifications under the chargo
of neglect of duty, as set forth by tho
"That Commander Young failed to
enforce paragraph 9, article 1606, Unit
ed States navy regulations, which pro
vides that all valves throughout the en
gineer department aro to be moved nt
least once each week; that lie failed tu
enforce paragraph 12, article 1609, pro
viding that tho safety valves shall be
partially lifted by hand gear at least
onco each week, when not under steam,
to Insure their good working order;
that he fallod to enforce other pul
sions of the regulations (article
6521-2), under which It wns his duly
to see that the safety and sentinel
tnlves were kept In good condition nnd
edlclcnt working order; that ho failed
to lomply with tho provisions of regu
lations found In article 437 and artlcla
fi"0, requiring tho commanding officer
to approve tho smooth log, nnd that tic
failed to glvo such orders as pro
(millenary Instruction nnd to make
such Inspections as wero appropriate
and necessary to Insure the efficient
condition of the engineer department
of the vessel under his command, fori
the emclency of which he was charged
Tbo steamers of this line will arrive and leavo this port u hereaa
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
SIERRA . .
Oceanic Steamship Company
Fort 8AN FRANCISCO:
la conner.ton with the sailing of tho above steamers, tha ageiU W
prepared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets, by a
railroad from San Francisco to all points In tho United States, and Crow
New York by any steamship lino to all European ports
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co, Ltd
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO., OENERAL AQENT8.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
AND TOYO KISEN KAISHA.
8teamer of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned:
t-OR JAPAN AND CHINA.
COPTIC JAN. 17
FOR 8AN FRANCI8CO.
Tho case of Ensign Wade, who wal,,V:,"u,rt
ssoclated with Commander Young In ih.,,, ,'r
l. ...,. I.n. MA. .ft l.ftftM .ll.tu,...! IAU l - IAI
the matter, has not ct been dispose jjoric
-l.A ffj W
?J"v- -"":. .'.. ii n 1 42. Or 4253. mnhnl part A of loU SI
SMITH-PEI RY-A t lilttclphtaPa, a' . 01n ' "";
December 26. 1905, by the Rev. Father Vuna, lawn ; 2 mtg notes; $5000. U
Casey of St. Joseph's Catholic, 2. I" 315- Dated Dec 28. 190.,
M...rJ., llr tlnrn.r Hmllh nf Phils, 8 SlllmamOtO tt al to K Tolllltn: Lib
. ' .... .. llnnilnnai tnm int f.'t fllnn rndiii-inllin
vnuviiC) iui tut, ut vinu ivci iuiiuu,
' Call t ManlLi.
MONOOLtA JAN. II
.... -KIl. IS
..JAN. 30 CHINA
FER. 6 NIPPON MARU . . .
FEU. 13 DORIC
1'EH. 20 JIANfMUUIA . . .
FEB. 27 HONOKONO MARU
.....MAR. 0 KOREA
COPTIC MAR. 13
for general Information apply to
Ht Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
I) 274, p 423. Datul
bands of an attorney for collection.
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD..
3275-tf Dy A, COYNE.
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Bishop & Co
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued on
the Bank of California and N.
M. Rothschilds & Sons, Lon
don, Correspondents for the
American Express Company,
and Thos Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
Mules For Sale
Trdrty-two Head of Young Mules for
sale. Just arrived ex Bark George Cur.
tls. Apply to
McCabe, Hamilton &. Renney.
Dec 29, 190S.
John Nuncs to Pioneer Mill Co Ltd;
L: Kill 332. Ap 2, Alio, Lahalnn, Maul,
'SO yrs, $1 pd. U 273, 103. Dated
If you want to buy a Stovo let us Deo 1, 1905..
glvo you our Export Advlco Free, nnd 1 Maria Kah'oopl! nnd hsb to Mako
Luka: D: (lr 382 and R l's 40GU. Ad
We may save you tlio Dotncr anil ex- l and 2 and C273, Konll, liana, Maul;
pense you might experience wero you $r,0. II 277, p 323. Dated Dec 18. 1903.
to buy a "cheap" stovo. Address Th Ualanl (k) to T 11 Lyons; D; Int In
Michigan Stovo Company, Detroit, or n P's 2158 nnd 6974 .Hnlauln, Wnllu
Chicago. Largest Makers of Stoves j1U( Maul; $25. U277, p 321. Dated
nnd Ranges In tho World. 3274-tt j)CC 12, i'j03.
S Ah Mook to Patrick Cockctt; M;
R P's 2072, 3449 and 2071, bldgs, 200
lid swine, etc, Kamaolo, Kula, Maul,
Per stmr. Mlkahala. Jan. 11, for uw. ii no, p jib. iiaicu jan 2,,1'jvu.
T.-n,,nl r,nrtT tt Iln I nBOn. MM.' UBIllllUl 11 U UO L.II1 lO U 11 l.intlHPY
Dora Iscnberg, A. F. Knudsen, Miss R. Rel; Int In pes land, Punko, Lahalnn,
Kniulson. Mrs. A. F. Knudsen. For Maul; $239.75. II 250, p 258. Dated
T-'lol! Dr. rVNnll Mrs. Rorhfort. MM.UK 3U. 1SIUS.
M. Rochfort. For Walmca: U. v. ueorgo wncox 10 iuiora napuiu
Young. C. II. Hofgnard nnd wife. For ct al; u; l-z tnt in h v 3?bi, anil pc
have opened a horse-shooing
department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed tho services of a first
class sac ""j aro pre
pared to ao. an work In
trusted to them In a first
. F BREAD, CAKES, C00KIE8, ETC,
EVEfJY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. BERETANIA and EMMA STS.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED OENERAL
Unique Articles of All Kinds.
941 NUUANU 8TREET.-
Tel. Main 266. p. O. Box S45
Firewood For Sale
We offer the ties Of the Pacific
Heights Railway at S3 per cord on
the ground, or S5 per cord delivered
to ony part of the city.
Good wood at a low price.
Lord & Belser
Koloa: Mrs. J. P. Spalding.
wlllwlll: C. M. Cooke.
For N land. Haiku, Puna, Kauai; $900.
277, p 327, Dated Jan 4, 1906.
Tho teacher was telling her clasi
about Peary and his attempt to reach
the mysterious north pole. "Geo!" ex
claimed the lad In tho red sweater ns
ho smacked his llns. "I wish I was
'Why so, my lad?" askcJt.To '"" "' cntg;
And It Is a Gem A perfectly occur-
ato Adding Machine. Call In nnd sco
It. Price. $17.50. Wall, Nichols Co.,
teacher. "'Causo you could have Ico
cream every day." Chicago Dally
In Milan 30 per cent, of tho families
as n ringer, but tho Kealla breed stock
shoucd up strong. In the last raco the
most exciting of tho day, Ilcllcdame.
Jnines Spalding's fleet little polo pony,
was only beaten by a nose In the quar
ter mile dash Tho tlmo made In thli
race. 21 seconds, was exceedingly fust
as the track was slow and tho horses
had to run against a strong head wind.
Tho following Is a list of tlio races
First Race, Quarter Mile Dash. Won
by lkuda, Jnpancse.
Seiond Race. Quarter Mile Dash.
Special match; won by Grass, owned by
v. ji. itico.
Third Race, Three-eighths Mile.
I.ntt Call, owned by A. II. Rice, first;
tlellcdame, owned by James Spalding,
second, Gypsy Princess also ran.
Fourth Race, Three-eighths Mile.
Walclccle, owned by A. II. Rice, first;
Gray Mare, owned by lkuda, second;
I'atrola, owned by James Spalding,
third; Hawaii, owned by C. A. Rice,
Fifth Race. Quarter Mile Dash Spec
ial match. Won by C. A. Rice's Ha
waii. Sixth Race, Three-eighths Mile.
Tas. Spalding's Ilclledamo won from
A. II. Rice's Walclccle.
Seventh Raco. Three-eighths Mile.
Gypsy Princess won from Last Call.
Eighth Race, Quarter Mllo Dash.
Hood Luck won from Mamano.
Ninth Race, Quarter Mllo Dash.
Gypsy Princess wins from Ilcllcdame
by a nose.
i , '
If you want to make your homo
hao only ono room to llvo In, 70 per happy don't do all your singing down-
tent havo fcwci than threo rooms. town.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DI8PLAY.
The Weekly Edition of the livening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
THE COBWEB CAFE,
QUEEN and ALAKEA STS.
TEL. MAIN 492.
-Camara & Co,, Props.-5
that suit everyone's taste Is the one
served by the
OPP. POLICE 8TATION.
Geo. A. Martin
Open Saturdays until 9 p. m.
ARLINGTON BLOCK, HOTEL 6T.
William Ti Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
H I rqhnLrl
GREW MISS LEWIS' HAIR
AND WE CAN
Thi Gnat Dandirlni Never Falls to Produce the Desired Results
It ISS Lewis' tiair wm ery lliin and it was lri thin two frrl in length vrficn
"' the began uing Danderine. Sho aaa Iter tipir and acalp aro now fairly
looming with now llfo and vigor.
TtlOt'S lhe main aecrct ol lliia great remedy auceeaa aa a hair grower. It en
livena, Invlgwatee anj fairly electrifies lhe hair gland anj tisSUtS ot lhe
acalp, cauaing unuaual anj unhcarJl sctivily on lhe part ol llieao Iwo moal Impor
iamorgana.rotulting In a tronuoua and contiguous growth
of tho hair.
The following la a reproduction ol Miaa Lrwia laal letters
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO
Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific Coast
Prom Now Vorlc to Honolulu
S.S."OREGONIAN" to salt JAN. 15
S.S. "AMERICAN" to sail FEB. 15
Freight received at all times at tho Company's Wharf, 41st Street, MoiS
Prom San PrnncUco To Honolulu Dlreot.
S.8."NEBRA8KAN" to sail JAN. 18
8.8."NEVADAN" to sail FEB. 8
Frolght recelred at Company's Wharf. Greenwich BtreoU
and each month thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to Son Prnnclaco.
8.S."NEBRASKAN" to sail JAN. 23
8.8."NEVADAN" to sail FEB. 18
Prom Soattlu find Tocomn to Honolulu
8.8. 'TEXAN to sail (direct) JAN. 25
S.3."NEBRASKAN" t3 sail (via San Francisco) FEB. 23
For further Information aply M
G, P. MORSE, H. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
General Freight Agent AGENTS, HONOLULU.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall1
Steamers or the abore line, running In contectlon with tie CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, D. 0., and Sydnoy, N. IK,
and calling t Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Brisbane, us
DUE AT HONOw'ILU oo or about the dates below stated, fix.'.
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C. From 8ydney and Brisbane.
(Tor Drlsbane and Sydney) (For Victoria and Vancouver, D. C.J
MIOWEUA JAN. 13 , -S- I
MOANA FKU. 10 MIOWEKA MAIL 7
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States Ml
Europe. For Freight and Passa; and all general Information apply U
Theo. tl. Davl i & Co., Ltd. General Agents.
Union Express Co., 63 Queen Street,,
BRANCH HUSTACE PECK CO, LTD.
Having baggage enntnets with tho following Steamship Co.'a Lines:
Oeeanlo Steamship Co. Pacific Mall 8teamshla Co.
Oc.ld' ital & Oriental 8teamshlp Co.
Wilder 8. 8. Co. Toyo Klsen Kalsha Steamship C.
We check your outgoing baggage at your homes, saving nil tae tamfclt
and annoyance ot checking on the wharf.
Incoming baggago checked on steamers of above compass and WH"
ered with quickness and dispatch at your homes.
TELEPHONE MAIN 88.
January 3, 1003.
Dear Doclor Knowllom
You know I InlJ )ou in my first teller lliat my hair would
not reacli much below my ahouldera, and that all ol it together
only made ono tiny LraiJ.
I am aemlinit ou my photograph, which I had taken at Stnens
Droa. It lella llio whole alory heller lhan I can tell it.
CerlHiJy 1 know is uung UanJcnne, ao )ou aeo I am iloing
aomcthinil to allow my appreciation.
Sincerely our. (Miaa) LVA 1XWIS.
Lstaat Photoaraph of MISS IVA LlWIt
2072 Hamilton Avenue, rhloogo
DantlorlnO makes ihs acalp healthy anil fertile anil keeps it
ao. Il ia iho creatrat scalp fcrtilirer and iherefore lhe greateat
lialr-'proUuclrtfJ romody lhe world has ever known
Il ia n natural fouj anil m whnleaome medicine for holli lhe hair
anJ acalp. Evon n 25o bottlo of It will put moro
rjonulno llfo In your hair than a gallon of
any othor hair tonlo ovor mndo. It shows
rosults from tho vory start.
NOW at all druggists In three sites,
25 oents, 80 eents and 81 . per bottle
mCC To allow how quickly Danderlm sell we wilt scna'
rHCCi s larcu asmple Irrn ty tftum mail tu nnr one wlio
sbb.s aenda ttila adTertUemeut to Hit' Kimwlioti lien,
lerhie Cii., Cliliaso.nltli tlielr usme suit sOdrtat aud to cruti tu
Hirer or namus to pay poitsie,
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell, Vice Preslosnt; J. L. MoLsssv
SecreUryj A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Gedge, Auditor; Frank HiwtM.
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
DEALERS IN -.
Firewood, Stove and Steam Coal.
AL8Q WHITE AND DLACK 8AND. TELEPHONE MAIN fM.
pure distilled wata-'
H, J. NOLTE,
Delivered to any partnt
city by courteous drivers.
Oahu Ice and Electric Co
Kewalo. Telephone Blue IU.I
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Ccr-
ALLEN & ROBIN80N,
Queen 8L, Honolulu.
FOR SALE AND GUARANTEED BY HOLLISTER DRUG COMPANY, SOLE AGENTS,
Yo i act
SANITARY PLUMBINQ AND
RIGHT PRICES when you order
. K. AKI & CO.,
1023 SMITH cTTREET
Beaver Lunch Room
The Dike Doctor. I have a big
stock of wheels. Repairing
onr specialty. Wheels Uent
ed. Two Stores; 163 Klaj 8L,
Hotel near River.
Fine Job Printing tu. The BuUd
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