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EVKNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JAN. IB, 1906.
IS A SYNONYM OF QUICKEYED.
GLOBE customers know that the goods and prices here are synonymous
to Money-saved, a Fit, and A-1 Quality, Your discernment will deduct the
"reason why" If you visit this store.
Globe Clothing Co.
make a specialty of handllna
.. , tn a i ,
!m all at... .Hrl iihhIiJ lttM at 4 U a
lowest price." W. h.V. all the latest
Records always on hand and you can't
get them at a lower figure than we
eell them anywhere In town,
Hawaiian News Company Lid.
YOUNQ BUILDING 8TORE.
Bulls For Sale
IMPORTED THOROUGHBRED HOL
8TEIN AND DURHAM. YOUNQ
. AND GENTLE.
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
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 8avlng Bank Deposits.
W.W. Wright Co.
have opened a horse-shoeing
department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class shot" fc"y are pre
pared to ao ait work In
trusted to them in a first
i F BREAD, CAKES, COOKIES, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. BERETANIA and EMMA STS.
WM. 6. IRWMU CO., LTD.
Agents for the
Royal Insurance Co. of Liverpool, Eng
Alliance Ar:uranco Co. -of London,
Scottish Unhn & National Ins. Co, of
Fix Askoclatlon of Philadelphia.
'Alliance Insurance Corporation .Ltd
Wllhelnia of Magdeburg General Inr
FISHNETS, TWINE and BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH at
A. FERNANDEZ & SOPJ,
Not, 44-60 King St, Kateey Block, bet
Nuuanu and 8mlth Sts. J Tel. aln IBS,
F. D. W1CKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Dflfce and Storo Fitting, Cabinet Mak
ing and Polishing; Calabash Turn
Inn, Repairing and General Jobbing
'082 ALAKEA ST., rear Y. M. C.
IN VICTOR RECORDS
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOW8' BLDQ.
821 ALAKEA STREET.
Lunch from 11:30 a. m. to 2 p. m.
With Tea, Coffee or Claret, 15 cts.
(Other Drinks Extra.)
STEINWAY and others
TIIAYER PIANO COMPANY,
158 and 168 HOTEL ST.,
G-l Hotel Street.
TENDER FOR FURNISHING ROAD
BUILDING MACHINERY FOR
COUNTY OF OAHU.
I llMdora wilt in nit a nrnnntnta fnr iln.
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uei ui iiiui'iiiu.ry j u. u. xiuuuiuiUi
Bidders will stato
"ch delivery after contract 1. let tho
Board reserves the right, to reject any
or all tenders..
1. Two 20,000-lbs. latest Improved,
S-whcel typo steam road rollers.
2. Two outfits consisting of tbo fol
lowing each No. 3 gyratory crusher
mounted on steel beam fruino; wltn
etcel wheels, tongue, neck yoke ond
double trees, making outfit portable.
Crusher equipped with back driving
gear; 30 ft. plpo frame elevator com
plcto with best rubber btlt and eleva
tor buckets, etc.
Tbrco-scctlon revolving screen, 32
(n. diameter and 12 ft. long. Each sec
tion to havo proper perforation for
grading material. Screens complete
with cradle, driving chains, etc. 2 port
able engines to operate crushers. Port
able engines and boiler mounted on
Heel wheels complete with tongue for
J horses. Holler of locomotive type. Ca
pable of developing 20 horsepower, en
gine to be mounted on boner and to
bo 9x12, capablo of 20 b. p. or more.
Engine to havo two band wheels and
to bo furnished with beltlng'for driv
Scaled proposals will be received at
, tbo offlco of County Clerk until i
o'clock Jan. ICtli, 1900.
Mules For Sale
Thirty-two Head of Young Mules for
sale. Just arrived ex Bark George Cur.
tla. Apply to
McCabe, Hamilton & Renney.
137 MERCHANT 8TREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
ALIHI, and other dsslrble localities
, Also 1 JTJMP-SEAl' BUCKHOAJID,
pond-hand; good as new.
-THE COBWEB CAFE, ,
QUEEN and ALAKEA STO.
TEL. MAIN 492.
AND BEER. B
Camara & Co., Props.5
that suits everyone's taste Is the one
served by the
OPP. POLICE STATION.
Geo. A. Martin
Open Saturdays until 0 p. m.
ARLINGTON BLOCK, HOTEL
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
Wing Wo Tai & Co. ,
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
Unique Articles of All Kinds.
841 NUUANU 8TREET.
Tel. Main 266. P. O. Box 945
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
Fine Job Printing at The Bulletin
SHOT PORTO RICAN
Walluku, Maul. Jan. 13. On last
Friday nlgbt Police Officer William
Feiicrpcll was making his rounds us
usual when he heard a great deal of
noise in one of the I'orto Itlcan houses.
About ten men were In the house ami
were beating a coal oil tlm as a drum
nnd othcrwlso making so much disturb-
nnce that sleep was Impossible.
The olTlccr ordered them In a quiet
way to cense their nolso and allow
those who wished to sleep to do so.
All present agreed to this when the
olTlccr left the houso and by an Invlta-
tlon of one of tbo men went to an -
other house, the one occupied by the
I'orto Itlcan who invited the oltlcer to
A few moments later tho rest of
tho Porto means camo to this same
houso and carried on as before, to
which tho omcer made no objection,
but the moment ho stepped out of tho
door one of the men, Raymond Hojhu
hrew a hammer at tho officer, strlk-l,
ng hhn Just aboTe tho left eye, mak;
ins an ugiy tfasn anu lor a moment
eiuuiiliiK li.v wi.ii.vi.
The officer later on went up to Itcjho
f,eh,nd0fnnEohne8r,p1 to'Yt.cTn" "V" &2&$$
The officer, fearing another assault,1 "l'"c """''"LV ' hnm rn
drew his revolver End ordered the ncw ,m?mc"; e"?.' ? 1 ' Z
Porto Itlcan to put up his hands and """ ?a V"0? , M"'l,, ",""y" "..ni
at the same time stated that If ho tried "IJfn1t mlRht present for promotion,
to-as-ault him again he would shoot. f c2,nl.n l "hlng B namo bo sent to
At this tho Porto Itlcan again at.' the Senate tho newly constituted corn
tempted to assault the offlcor, when nlltu' undoubtedly would approve It
Fouorpell shot him, grazing his chin . once nnd tho fact that Senator War '
ond cutting his coat on tho shoulder, i en- lh now chairman of the commit-,
The I'orto mean then fell nnd nil
was for a time quiet.
Later Rcho ond a number of hls.ogninsi uie ciucuguun.
rlcnds went In search of tho wounded
oflleer and threatened to kill him, his
wlfo and children and burn his house.
Joe Sllvo. ono of the lunar and Man
ttcl Mura, an engineer, succeeded in
keeping them quiet until Heart I-mu,Uona, IlanK iaB ,wn orgUulzcd nm:
jicuiaurm anu raui uen arrivcu, wucn
the men wero soon quieted. ,1
The following morning Itnymonrt
Ilc ho was arrested and a hearlnc w us
Imd before District Maglstrato McKny.'i..
who committed him to Jail to appear. nn(1 Mty ,)Cr cent 0( wlilch has been en tho deposits In tho savings depart
before the Oram! Jury. . ai,i. Tho Luhnlna National Uank will ment of this company as follows.
hns served two terms In Jail In Wal
It is supposed his net was duo to an
old grudge he has against tho officer.
MUSIC CURES "GRAFT".
Mtlwnukcc, Dec. 28. Professor Wil
liam U Tomllns of Chicago says that
music will cure graft. In an addresi
to me Wisconsin 'teachers Association
Inilnv tlrnfaDun Tnnillda enl,l. !
n'. .T. ." ' '.. V'".'...i".M
unv lilt: Wjouiiuhllioui tllin mini'
try tho inner conception of tho higher'
lirr. n. i, o i, i. .iai
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mrougn music, properly taught, and
)ou will have the solution of tho graftl
nroblcm nnd all other material evils.
"So thoroughly have I been
vinr..,i nt ihia tni-i ii.o, f. n,n 1,0,
:.:-".."". "' ".. ".
nine years i nnvo civen my entire at -
lentlon to this work. When I first 1m-'
gan wont wiin cniiurcu I saw wnat
could bo dono with them; but I did not
realize the philosophy of it until sever
al years later. My experience has
taught tho regenerating effect of
Professor Tomllns then related his
experience in New York some jears
ago with classes composed not only of V H..1 Jlen!l et nl b' afH of m,Bea
tho lower elements, but of some of tho to Bishop & Co; J ore Affdtj lots 2, 3,
most vicious boys of tho How cry dls-l,4' 27 antl 28 blk ". bldgs, etc, Kaplo
trlct. Brutality was their fun, ho said, ,anl ,rnct. Honolulu. U 276, p 330.
because they knew no better. Dut w Itb. . Uat-'J Jnu B 19()0
their musical training camo n new T C Wills and wf to Mrs Abigail K
spirit, until rheri one saw another boy! c Parker; 1); lots 3 and 4, blk 35,
clinch his (1st to strike his mate, ho I'erl City, Ewa, Oahu; $2760. II 277,
canght the hand and uncllnched the
fingers with the remark:
'Aw, fcrglt It."
HILO EASTERN 8TAR.
Illlo, Jnn. 11. The orueors of the
Hawaii Chapter No. 1, Order of the
Eatteru Star, for tho ensuing joar,
were rcirulnrlv tnstnllml nl flm Ptinntni-
rooms Inst Saturday evening. Owing
to the Flzo of tho room, the invitations
were limited to ono.for each uiomber
residing In Hllo nnd vicinity, so that'
only nbout Jtorty witnessed tho Inter-
.stlng work. .Mrs. E. N. Ho)men, as
worth Installing olllcer, read the solemn
.oremony with great impresslvoncsa.'
Miss Harriet C. Hitchcock performed
tbo arduous and active duties of the'
Marshal. A pleasant social hour and
a. light collation followed tho Installar
tlon. Tho now staff of offlcors is as
follows: worthy Matron, Mrs. Wni.
McKay, Jr.; Worthy Patron, Mr. E. N.
Holmes; Associate Matron, Miss AUco
Weight; Conductress, Mrs. W. H. C.
Campbell; Associate Conductress, Mrs.
I). A. Locbenstcin; Chaplain. Mrs. II.
L. Shaw; Marshal, Mrs. K. N. Holmes;
secretary, Mrs. J. U. Smith; Treasurer,
Mr. II. L. Shaw; Adah, Miss Mabello
Wise; Ruth, Mrs, a. II. Vltars; Ksther,
Miss I.lllnoo Hapal; Martha, Mrs. K. F.
Mackle; Ulecta, Mrs. J. F. Qrcen; War
der, Jtrs. w. S. Wise; Sentinel, Mr.
Wni. McKay, Jr.
KNIGHT8 OF PYTHIAS OFFICERS.
I.ahulna, Jan. 13. The members of
Aloha Lodge, Knights of I'ythlas, held
their annual election In their castle hall
last Saturday night.
Tho officers elected for the year werr
tho following: Hugh M. Coke, Chan
rcllor Commander; W. S. Montcastlo
Vice Chancellor; Rev. Wm. Ault, I'ro
lato; 11. C. Campbell, Keeper of Rec
ords and Seal; Dan T. Carey, Master
of Exchequer; L. M. Baldwin, Master
of rinnnco; Carl Wahlcycr, Matter al
Arms; W. A. McKay, II. Streubeck. C
D, Ltifktn, Trustees; T. Burlum, Imic
Uuard; Joe Freltns, Outer Guard; Dr
W. 1'. CcConkey, Dr. J. II. Raymond
All of tho officers elected will bo lo
stalled on the 27th Instant.
A banquet, Is to bo given and all mem
bcrs of tho lodge and all visiting broth
srs are expected to attend,
The Grand Duchess Marie of Russia
Is only 15. extremely pretty and swedt
looking. She Is generally designated
as the "Cinderella" ot Russian prla
IS IT GENERAL PERSHING?
Washington. Dec. 20. The convlc-
tlou Is expressed among officers In
the War Department that President
Roosevelt Intends to promote Captain
John J. l'ershlng of the Fifteenth Cav-
dry, whoso homo Is In Chicago, to a
brigadier gencrnlshtp. This would
lump blm over the heads of several
(bundled officers nnd glvo an example
of advancement b) "selection" which
has no parnllel In army annals, save In
tho cases of Generals Leonard Wood
and Albert 1,. Mills, whoso promotions
caused a fire of criticism,
J Captain l'ershlng is a good officer
and his record of achievement In the
Philippine Islands attracted tho at
Itentlon of tho President. It was ru-
niored a year ago that n promotion
was awaiting tho Chicago man, but
tho fact that the Scnnto held up for so
ong a tm0 th0 nominations of Wood
Bnil Mta ca,ca tbo President to ho
ate to Mn(I ln ie namo or ,,, cnv.
,, wnogo advancclnct
woul(1 lho ,.norln of a vctcr.
and har(, Mm 0, thrco rankg
Intervening between the grade of cap-1
., . ,5.. , i.vi..n. .i
I0C " mo int ler-in-mw ui lupuun i-i-i
jelling probably would not operato
I I.nlmlna, Jan. 13. Tho Lahalna Xa-
int0rporatlng papers have been for
warded to Washington by C. D. I.ufMn
lno ,)romou,p. The bank has btcn ini
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Lh under the same management as the
Klrst National Hank of Walluku nnj
lho btockhohlurB will be, as far as po
slble. Identical. Tho temporary dime
nrs aro C. M. Coolie, president; C. K.
I.ufkin, vice president; K. C. Athertou
cashier; P, C. Jdnen and C. II. Cookr
Mr. I.ufMn hopes to receive nuthor
Ity from the Comptroller of the Cur
rency to begin business about January
17th and anticipates that tho bank will
un open for business soon after Ieliru
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Ul WUIIUItU HUB UVVU 1H UUSIUVDI JIIM .-, il.n Uit .,-. AH,llnM Tin.nM.A.
four jears nnd its success is clearly L ,Lr nlVio?, .f-T.B S,5
.. ,'.,. i ... ...,. . i ..'31, 190", n dividend has been declared
Ki nm u in miiiiii mmuai iwiuikui
whlih has recently been ncnt out.
Lahalna is to bo congratulated on'
hrr nr-nuiiilii.m nt Vnii.inni im,.u
con-'aml we urcdlct success for tho bank
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""." I"fl"--.'W. W.OB...V. 111,. 11 u-
IUKu fully realizes tho convenience of"", " ,", ," " ;-"",. ", , "ViwiV
a conservative banking institution and prlnclpaI fromnJ,nnV.nf. L'JL
vvonucrs how she could havo conducted
her business so long without one
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Recorded Jan. 6, 1906,
V -33. Dated May 16, 1905
J no P Kahahawal to M W Tschudl
tr; D; por Kul C32S.3, Ap 4, Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu; $100. U 277, p 335.
Dated May 10, 190G.
Charles II W Hitchcock and wf to
,Mtinonlc Hall Assn; D; por Kul 2270,
B 278, p 19. Dated Jun'
Antonio L Ilarbozn
to Maria da S
Cannrlo; CM; canu crop on por lot 17,
I'atcnt 3921, Kaiwlkl homestead. Hllo;
tl21. U 270, p 233. Dated Oct 30. 1905.
J 8 Canarlo and w to Mrs Ilnttio
I'urdy; I'D; Int In por It V 1119, Front
"Ho; ?1. 278, p 50. Dated July 21,
John A Magulro nnd wf to Mary U
1'ustcr; M; int In Ors 2123 nnd 930,
Kcabakea, etc. Or 951, R Ps 7489 and
(010 and Ap 1, K P 54C7, Kcahakca,
rtc, Hamakua, Hawaii; $18,000. U
S75, p 358. Dated Dec 29, 1905.
Antonl Sylva et al to T Sakamoto;
L; n half lot 1 of Or 2717, Walkopu,
Maul; 15 yrs at $10 per yr. B 273, p
110. Dated Oct 3. 1901.
tr-..llnl ra T t.l In f.nrl,lA lut I
I.til? I... Kul B572I1. Ao 3 and water
ItUI'lUIUItl UOk MtU W tflVMIJIIU "
I rights, Ilanapope, Kona, Kauai; IB yrH
, st J1000 per yr. B '273, p 412. Dated
Apr 5, 1901.
(Svrelul to The llullelln)
Walluku, Maul, Jan. 12. Tho dnmv
ulven by Ilaleaknln Lodge at tho Arm
ory on last Wednesday evening wus a
great success, there lieing prcscni ovm
150 Invited guests, oil parts of Maul
Promptly at S p. m. the grand march
was led by S. Kelllnol nnd Mrs. Ke
lllnoi, who were followed by many gay
couples In evening dress. Tho music
for tho occasion was very line and thu
dnuco was kept ln full suing until
tho small hours In the morning. Dur
Ing the evening refreshments wor
kcrved to all pret.cnt, and every ono
was fixed in tho general opinion thut
tho uttalr had been u big success.
SHAW-Sl'ENCER. In this city at tho
rosldentv of Hon. J. A. Cummins,
January 14, 1900, Mr. John K. Shaw
and Miss Victoria Spencer by Kldcr
Abraham Fernondex of the Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
The late Czar Alexander III of Rus
sia was once cnnBiueraoiy emuarrasscu ,
bv a circus of performing fleas, scut I
'him by Prince Henry of lteuau as a
A cough Is a danger signal. You
Should heed Its warning promptly.
Begin at once, and tajto regular
All serlout lung troubles
begin with a common
oold. A cold In the
throat cosily passes to
tho bronchial tubes,
and you havo bron
chitis, leading pos
sibly to pneu
monia or con
your cold boforo It goes down Into
tbo elicit. When you bring a bottle
of Ayer's Chorry Pectoral Into the
homo you bring with It rollof, good
cbcer, liopo, and sunshine It Is
Standard and unrivaled remedy for
colds and coughs. I
There aro many substitutes and imi
tations. Ilewaro of thorn and of so
called "Genuine. Chorry Pectoral.".
J lo sure
you get AVLIt'S Cherry
Put up In large and small bottles.
CALIFORNIA SAFE DEPOSIT
Corner California ahd Montgomery
Sts., San Francisco.
for tho six months ending December
il. 1DUS. dlvlrfnmli Imvn bnn ,iorlnrii
On term deposits at tho rata of 3 C-10
per tent, per annum, and on ordinary
deposits at tho rnto of 3 1-2 per cent.
per an n tun, freo of taxes, end payablo
on nnd niter Tuesday, January 2, 1900.
J. DALZEI.L, DROWN,
324 2w Managor.
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SO
526 California St. San Franclseo.
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7Jr Vni .A-.,. .7. r,, -.11 t
'll1.0) ''" ce,"V.l 11?,.
posits, freo of taxos, pnynhlo on and
.'". ""'? -""r7
ucnus noi caucu ror nn
dends not called for aro added to and
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Wo tako this method of notifying
tho public that all accounts duo us
which oro not settled within sixty days
from dnto will bo placed In tho hands
of an attorney for collection.
THE PORTER FURNITURE CO,
Por K. H. PORTER.
Honolulu, January 2, 1906. 3275-tf
All accounts owing tho Coyno Furnl
ttiro Co., Ltd., must ho paid In sixty
days from date All unpaid accounts
aftor this dabs will bo placed in the
hands of nn attorney for collection.
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.,
Hy A. COYNE.
mar ONLY 20ci. To quickly Intro-
.J 1 k i..Lt..tl. I-.... I...
ou our ' wnwn.oi. j.wirr
cctalogue we send this beautiful cHa In
and cross pendant, has brloht 14k. pold
finish with brilliant stone set center
and snap catch chain 22 Inches long
8HELBY JEWELRY CO.,
Covington, Ky., U. 8, A,
You cannot run tba rlik ot
rati In (be bouse with the
it ten Daur irom narm.
Rat and Roach Paste
wlllnulcVtlr eittrmloste rsts and
mire. Tbcr cat It bt-cauie thur
. like it snd they rub out of
' tha houxo to die.
JOZ.bOl, ISCtOtll lilt, 16 M.. 11.00
All d.ftkraor nfoi iprr.t nr.iftl.l on
r.ll o pric nww MHinifkllk
HltAIINk' IIICTlllO 1-AHTK
20 per cent, cheaper than sold by
other dealers. Doors, screen doors
ash and builders' hardware.
C. B. REYNOLDS,
Alakea St, mauka 8allora Homo.
The Weeldr Hdltlon of the Brenlnir
'Bulletin gives a complete summary of
I lb v'm f the day.
r " tmfSSSm I
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tho steamers of this lino will arrive and lcavo this port as nfrrrii'f
FROM 8AN FRANCI8CO:
ALAMEDA , JAN.
In connection with the sailing of tho above steamers, tho ittat toft
orcpared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets, r tag
railroad from Ban Francisco to all points In tho United Stafes, tad. treat
New York by any steamship line to all European ports
FOR FUIITHEII PAIITIGULAHS APPLY TO
Wnv G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.. GENERAL AGENTS.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
AND TOYO KISEN KAISHA. )
Steamer of the above companies will call at Honolulu sn4
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
DORIC , MAIL
' can i Aianus.
r'or general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd,,
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO
Direct Service "between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific Coast
Prom Now Yorlc to Honolulu
8.S. "OREGONIAN" to sail JAN. IS
8.S. "AMERICAN" to salt FED. IS
Freight rccolved at all times at tbo Company's Wharf, 41st Street, BatrH
Prom 8nn Prancloco To Honolulu Direct.
8.8."NEDRA8KAN" to sail JAN. IS
S.8."NEVADAN" to sail FED. t
Freight received at Company's Wharf, Greenwich Street,
and each month thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to San Prnnclsco.
8.S."NEBRA8KAN" to sail JAN. 2a
S.3."NEVADAN" to sail FED. IS
Prom Seattle and Tncomn to Honolulu
6.8. "TEXAN to sail (direct) JAN. ZS
8.S."NEBRASKAN" to sail (via 8an Francisco) FEB. 21
For further Information. aat K
C, P. MORSE, H. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
General Freight Ao'nL AGENTS, HONOLULU.
Canadian-Australian Royal Malf
Steamer of ths abovo line, running In connection with tae CANAJMAf
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. betwoen Vancouver, D. C, and Sydney. K. . Hv
And calling -t Victoria, D. C, Honolulu
DUE AT HONOwiJLU oa or About the dates below stated, TU.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C. From Sydney and Brlsbana.
(For Brisbane and Sydney) ' (For Victoria and Vancouver. TJ. CJT
MOANA FEB. 10 A10'l,A.N,2,. vf? I
AOHANOI MAR. 10 MIOWJ-RA MAH. I
Through Tlcketa Issued from
Europe. For Freight and Passar
Theo. 11. Davl t & Co.. Ltd. General Agents.
Union Express Co., 63 Queen Street,
BRANCH HUSTACE PCCK CO., LTD.
Having baggago contr-tcts with the following Steamship Co.s Unes;
Oceania Siramshlp Co. Pacific Mall Steamship Co.
Ocdd' its I & Oriental Steamship Co.
Wilder 8. 8. Co. Toyo Klsen Kalsha Steamship C.
We check your outgoing baggage at your homes, saving you U troaMc
and annoyance ot chocking on the wharf.
Incoming baggage checked on steamers of above compose and aeUT
ered with qulcknesi and dispatch at your home.
TELEPHONE MAIN 88.
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell, Vice Preslaent; J. U MLs
8ecreUry; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Qedge, Auditor; Frank " ii
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAYMEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
DEALER8 IN -
Firewood, Stove and Steam Cool.
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK SAND. TELEPHONE MAIN M.
purs distilled wat.
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous drivers.
Oahu Ice and Electric Co
Kewalo. Telephone Blue lilt
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers In Lumber and Ge;i
ALLEN &. ROBINSON,
Queen St, Honolulu.
8ANITARY PLUMBINQ AND
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