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I Dressing to Win
...ilt It possible to win any person' confidence and attention If you are
properly dressed. Dressing you to win Is our specialty. That Is the "rea
son why" successful men are our Main Customers,
Globe Clothing Co.
04 Hotel Street.
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Bishop & Co
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued on
tht Bank of California and N.
M. Rothschilds & Sons, Lon
don, Correspondents for the
American Express Company,
nd Thos Cook A 8on.
Interest allowed on term
.and Savings Bank Deposits.
BISMARK STABLE CO., LTD.
BISMARK BRANCH STABLES
Backs, Carriages, Buggies and Bad
tie Hones on short notice.
v Carriages meet all steamers. Com-
ytent drlTors, reasonable rates, new
(Panicles and lire stock.
Tenders for Bonds
WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL CO.
.have oponed a horse-shooing
department In connec
tion wish their carriage
shop, etc Having secur
ed the services of a first
class she- are pre
pared to oo ait work In
trusted to them In a first
Pursuant to a Resolution of tho
Coord of Directors ot the Walalua Ag
ricultural Company, Limited, duly
passed at a meeting held on Jan. 23rd,
190G, Scaled Tenders nro hereby ln
vtted for Klvo Hundred Thousand Dol
lars ($500,009.00) of tho 5 10-20 Gold
Honda of tho Walalua Agricultural
Company,, Limited, to bo Issued March
31st, 1906, (Total Issue, $1,600,000.00).
Tenders will bo received at the of
fice of the undersigned up to 12 o'clock
m. on the 21st day of February, A. D.
1900, and may be for the full amount
of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars
I $500,000.00) or any part thereof, but
for not leas than Firty. Tnousano uoi
ism (isn.ooo.OO) In any one tender.
Tenders should be addressed to W.
A. Bowcn, Treasurer of the Walalua
Agricultural Company, Limited, under
cover marked "Tender for Walalua
Tho Walalua Agricultural Company,
Limited, does not bind Itself to accept
tho highest or any tender.
W. A. BOWEN,
Treasurer Walalua Agricultural
Honolulu, Jan. 24th, 1908.
3290 Jan. 2t td
. I. F.
AFTER LONG ILLNESS
Our $65 White
f are marvels of beauty and du
rability. They stand 5 feet 8
! Inches, the four sides are Tit-
( ted With removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
' by "The Scientific American"
aa moss-proof and strictly
Sole Agent tor Islands. Box 184.
Wl I. IRWIN & CO., LTD.
Agents for ths
Royal Insurrnce Co. of Liverpool! Eng.
Alliance AKuranee Co. of London,
cottlsh Unbn A National Ins. Co. of
Fli-s Association of Phlladelohla.
Alliance Insurance Corporation Ltd
Wllhelrna of Magdeburg General Inr
Territory of Hawaii,
Island of Oahu,
c.ltv of Honolulu.
CKCIL BltOWN and U T. PECK,
being each duly sworn deposo and say
that they are respectively President
and Cashier of Tho First American
Savings Trust Co., ot Hawaii, Ltd.,
and that the following schedule Is a
full, true, Just and accurate statement
of tho affairs of the said The First
American Savings & Trust Co., of Ha
waii, Ltd., to and Including tho soin
day of December, 1905, bucIi schedule
being required by Section 14 ot tho
Banking Act ot 1S81.
The authorized Capital ot tho Com
pany Is $200,000.00 divided Into 2,000
shares ot the par value of $100 each,
Tho number of shares Issued is 2,000;
Fifty tier cent, equal to $100,000. has
been paid in on the stock, loalng 1100,
000. subject to be called In.
The Liabilities ot the Company on
the first day of January, 1900, were as
Capital, paid up $100.00.00
Undivided ProM ', 4,128.80
Tho Assets ot tho Company
on tho first day ot Janu
ary, 190C, were as follows:
Bills Receivable.. $192,008.70
ncal Estate ...i. 25,270.00
Cash on Hand In
to Dec. 30, 1905 3,202.41
Ool. W. F. Allen died last evening
thortly after 0 o'clock at his residence,
corner of Victoria nnd Uerctanla
streets. Death came without pain, the
Colonel lever having fully recovered
consciousness sluco the stroke ot paral
ysis on Tuesday last. Uo had for thu
last eighteen months born an Invalid
and tho last Btroke completely arretted
one, side. The remains will be cremated
and tho funeral will take place tomor
row afternoon at 3 o'clock.
William Fcssenden Allen was born
at Bangor, Maine, December 19, 1831
He attended Williams College and came
to Honolulu for his health about 1850.
He went to San Francisco, where ho
was employed In 1850 and 1851 with O,
B. Post & Co. Ho returned to Honolulu
In 1852. Mr. Allen was bookkeeper for
C, L. Richards & Co., ship chandlers,
In the whaling days. For thirty years
he served tho monarchical government
as Collector-General of Customs, retir
ing during the reign of King Kalakaua
In the latter part of Walter Murray Gib
son's premiership. He was a member
ot the Privy Council. Ho gained his
title of Colonel from having been chief
of start under Kamehameha V.
In 1865, Mr, Allen married Cordelia
Church Bishop, cousin of Hon. C. R.
Bishop, formerly of Honolulu, now of
San Francisco, nnd ot Senator E. Faxon
Bishop of Honolulu, The deceased
leaves besides his wife, a sister. Miss
Allen, and a brother, a resident ot New
York. Tho latter was onto Hawaiian
Consul-Ceneral at New York,
Col. Allen's father was the late Hon.
E. H, Allen, appointed chief Justice ot
tho Supreme Court of tho Hawaiian
Islands on Juno 4, 1857, which post he
resigned February 1. 1877, to accept tne
Position of Hawaiian Minister to the
United States. Ho dropped dead In the
White House January 1, 1883, during
tho administration of President Arthur.
Col. Allen was a Mason and Master
of Hawaiian Lodge from 1864 to 1866.
Colonel Allen came here in tho Amer.
lean ship Eliza Warwick, .on May 31,
1850, 130 days from Boston, In com
mand ot Captain Whitney. T. A. Mar
shall and Samuel Hubbard arrived lo
the same vessel.
HERE ON VISIT
Fourteen tourists from Minneapolis
Minn., were entertained at a dinner
given by ono of their number, 8. T Mc
Knight, at the Young hotel Saturday
ocnlng, nnd many complimentary
things wero said by the guests concern.
Ing Honolulu and the Island ot Oahu
In general. Mr. McKnlght, the host
for the evening, was a visitor to Hono
lulu a year ago and was so pleased with
the climate that he could not resist tht
temptation of returning this season
He is one of the most prominent men
of MlnneaDolls and has had large In
terests In lumbering, banking, real ea-isamc.
TENOERS FOR FURNISHING 60
LIGHT CON8TANT CURRENT
TRANSFORMER FOR THE
COUNTY OF OAHU.
Didders will mako proposals for de
livery of machinery f. o. li. Honolulu.
Bidders will stato shortest tlmo ot
such delivery after contract Is let, Tho
Committee on Public Improvements
and Electric Lights reserves tho right
to reject any or all tenders,
I, General Electric (50 light one
circuit) Constant Current series Trans
former 6.6 Amperes 2200 voltB 60 cy
cles with proper quantity of oil for
MRS. VIM M
IS AT LUCAS HOME
Watch and Jewelry Club
l.OO and 1.60 a week
J.A. R. Viei
113 HOTEL STREET nr. FORT 8T.
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Dflfca and Store Fitting, Cabinet Mak
ing and Polishing; Calabash Turn
ing; Repairing and General Jobbing.
082 ALAKEA ST., rear Y. M. C,
L. T. PECK,
Subscribed and sworn to betoro mo
this 29th day of January, 1906.
(Blgncd) W, P. ROTH,
Notary Public First Judicial Circuit.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
Is a true and faithful copy of the orlg
lual statement or schedule of THE
FIRST AMERICAN SAVINGS &
TRUST CO., OF HAWAII, LTD
sworn to before mo on tho 29th day of
Given under my hand and seal this
29th day of January, 1906.
(Signed) W. P. ROTH.
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit.
F BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. DERETANIA and EMMA 8T8.
Is hereby given thatia now directory
of subscribers ot the Mutual Telephono
Co., Ltd., Is now being compiled and
will appear on or about Feb. 15th. sub.
scribers desiring any change ot namo
or address, and Intending subscribers
nro respectfully requested to lcavo In-
stuctlons at the orflco or tno company
lioforo Feb. 10th, after which date no
new names will bo added to tho di
rectory. Honolulu, Jan. 26th, 1906.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO., LTD.
Mrs. Victoria Tell died at 4 o'clock
Saturday afternoon at tho residence of
Mr. and Mrs. co. Lucas, Kalll avenue,
Kallhl. Tho funeral took place yester
day afternoon from Arlon Hall, In the
rear ot the Opera House, Presiding El
der Gilbert F. Waller officiating. Pall
bearers were Henry Smith, Charles
Hopkins, J. D. Holt, Mr. Ingham, Sam
uel Dwlght and CajiL Cluncy. Inter
ment occurred in Maklkl cemetery.
Death was due to diabetes. Deceased
had been 111 for several months.
Mrs. Tell was born In 1814, tho Hay
ot tho arrival of Lord Byron from Eng
land. In honor of this event. Lord
Byron nnmed the child Victoria after
the Queen of England. Lord Byron
was an old friend of Mrs. Toll's father,
who was Captain Alexander Adams, the
first pilot for Honolulu under tho re
gime of Kamehameha I,
Mr. Tell was the youngest or nvo, or
whom Mrs. William Auld and Mrs. An
nie Phelps aro her surviving sisters.
Victoria Adams was married to An
drew Bannister In 1861 and her chit
Or en by this marriage aro Mrs. Chas.
I.ucns, Mrs. Henry Mycr, Mrs. William
Mycr, Mrs. George Lucas, Mrs. Henry
Wright, Mr. Andrew Bannister, After
tho death of her first husband sho was
married to Mr. William Tell, and her
children of this marriage are Mra.
HanalUe, Mrs. Kcavto and Miss Annie
AND AT EMMA 8QUARE.
Bandmaster Bcrgcr has prepared an
entirely new program for this evening's
band concert at Emma Square, at 7:30
March "Tickled to Death" (new)..
Overture "Our Visitors" (new) ...
, , Rubens
Intermezzo "Raglan Ratcllngs"
8clet tlon "Tho Sho-Gun" (now) ...
, , . , Ludcrs
Vocal Hawaiian Song3...Ar. by Bergcr
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Selection "Tho Chief" (now)..0'Huro
Intermezzo "Bohemian Knights'
Klnalo "Sally Ann" (new) ...,0'Hare
"The Star Spangled Banner."
tato and manufacturing. He has now
practically retired from business, and
It Is quite probable ho will return, like
the birds that each year fly southward,
every winter to enjoy tho congenial
climate of this Island,
To tho people at his hotel, Mr. Mc
Knlght never tires of praising Houo
lulu. It Is his opinion that year by
year will see this city grow moro and
rnoro In popularity as a winter resort
He declares that in all tho world there
Is no climate so perfect as that ot Ho
nolulu. The delightful surf bathing,
tho genial climate, the attractive ap
pearance of the city, the excellent ac
commodations for gucttB at the hotels,
the cordial attentions given visitors by
tho citizens ot the city all these and
many other things ho Bays will cur
keep Honolulu before tho world as au
ideal homo for the pleasure-seeker.
Mr. McKnlght's friends agree with
him concerning his opinion of Hono
lulu, although they all came together
on the Siberia and have not yet had
tlmo fully to become familiar with ths
conditions here. That so many of the
leading citizens of tho Minnesota me
tropolis should como at one time to
Honolulu Is evidence of tbo good mis
sionary work that has been done for
this city by their fellow townsman. It
can readily be Imagined from state
ments they have made that these In
turn will go back to their northern
home to speak ot Honolulu as the Par
ndlso ot tho Pacific and the commercial
stepping stone between tho Orient and
Among tho tourists from Minneapolis
la J. S. Bell, one ot the wealthiest men
ot that city. J. E. Bell, a banker of
Minneapolis, and Dr. W. S. Laton and
T. W. Froman, two leading men ot that
city, are also members of the party. P,
J. Cosgrovo, a retired lumber merchant
ot Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, came
with the Minneapolis tourists. He, too.
expresses appreciation for tho many
attractions ho has already found In
I. Qcncral Electric (50 light ono
circuit) Constant Current scries
Transformer panel awltch board com
plete, of bluo Vermont marble.
I, Sub-baso of bluo Vermont mar
ble with recording watt meter com
Scaled proposals will bo received at
tho office of the County Clerk, County
ot Oahu, until 12 noon, February 10,
3297 Feb. 2, 3, C, C, 7, 8, 9, 10.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS,
Scaled tendcra will bo received at
tho office of tho County Clerk, County
of Oahu, until 12 noon, February 10th,
1906, for tho erection and completion
of a Band Stand and Public Toilet for
Plans and specifications aro on file
at tho offlco of tho County Clerk.
Tho Commlttco on Roads and
Bridges and Parks rcservo tho right
lo reject any and all Tenders received.
Certified Check for Ono Hundred
Dollars must accompany all Tenders,
payablo lo tbo Board ot Supervisors.
li R. ADAMS,
Honolulu, February U 1906.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tho steamers of this lino will arrive and lcavo this port aa fcerenateaa
FROM 8AN FRANCISCO:
ALAMEDA FEU. 9
SONOMA FEB. 21
ALAMEDA MAR. 2
VENTURA MAR. II
ALAMEDA MAR. 23
SIERRA APR. 4
Fuft SAN FRANCISCO!
ALAMEDA FED. 14
VENTURA FEB. 3D
ALAMEDA MAR. 7
SIERRA MAR. IS
ALAMEDA MAR. 29
SONOMA . t APR. 3
In connerUon with the sailing of the above steamers, the ageats MB)
orepared to issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets, by asq
railroad from San Francisco to alt polnta In the United States, and Irassl
New York by any steamship lino to all European porta
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G, Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC S. 8. CO GENERAL AGENTS.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
AND TOYO KI8EN KAI8HA. 3
Steamers ef th. above companies will call at Honolulu an
leave this port on or about the datea below mentioned!
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
AMERICA MARU FEB. 6
MONGOLIA FEB. 13
CHINA FEB. 20
NIPPON MARU FEB. 27
DORIC MAR. 6
- Call at Manila.
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
MANfiHUHlA ""KB. 16
HONGKONG MAIUJ FEB.
KOREA MAR. &
COPTIC MAR. IS
Kor. gsnsral Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
The luau given by Princess Theresa
Wilcox at her Kapahulu homo last Sat
urday in honor of Judge Robinson was
ottcnilcd by a large number of people,
among whom were many tourists to
whom the novel form of entertainment
was very Interesting. Several large
tables wcro spread and pig cooked in
the Imu, pol, squid, fish, etc., etc., was
sened In great abundance After the
spread a Hawaiian glee club furnished
music and a couple ot gentle maidens
danced the hula. Tho guests were tak
en to and from tho cars, and the late
departures right Into town, by stage
PACIFIC SOCIAL CLUB,
Saturday evening quite a crowd gath
ered at San Antonio Hall to enjoy tho
initial entertainment this year ot tho
1'aclllc Social Club. 1'rccceulng tha
dame, In which almost every one prc
ent participated until a lato hour, tin
following musical program was exceed
ingly well executed: Vocal selection
and plnno. Misses Carrlo Borges, I'.
M. Chilton; -guitar nolo, Robert Jor
dan; zlthor and guitar, Ernest Ulschof,
win. iioioKanikl; vocal selection and
piano, "Little Ida" nnd Miss E. Hlnu
ly; mandolin duet and guitar. Miss
Mary Franin, R. Tuck, Jos. Baptist,
piano solo, Miss I, Fernandez; banjo
and guitar, Machado Bros.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tho nndcrslgncd, having been duly
appointed tho Executor ot tho Lost
Will and Testament of Hannah Wall,
deceased, lato of Honolulu, Island of
Oahu. Territory of Hawaii: Notlco Is
hereby given to all persons to present
their claims against tho estate or said
Hannah Wall, decoasod, duly authen
ticated, whether secured by mortgago
or otherwise, to tho undersigned at
his offlco. No. 97 Merchant Street, Ho
nolulu aforesaid, within six montns
from tho dato hereof, or they will bo
And nit persons Indebted to said Es.
tato nro hereby requested to mako Im
mediate payment to tho undorslgncd.
Dated,. Honolulu, January 23th, 1906.
Executor ot tho Last Wilt and
Testament ot Hannah Wall,
233 Jan. 29; Feb. 5, 12, 19,
Best Meal In Town
ON HOTEL 8T. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
T. ODA, Manager.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DI8PLAY.
0 FOR 0
OF THE VERY BE8T QUALITY,
BUY OF THE
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
FACTORY 1425 EMMA ST.
TELEPHONE BLUE 1871.
S. IOHIOl '
General Employment Office, cor.
Emma and Beretanla 8ts. Japanese
and Chinese Laborers Supplied. Con
tract Work of Every Kind Undertak
en. Telephone Blue 2101,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPE8 for Irrlgctlon
purooses a soeclalty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
sxecnw t shortest notice.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. COi
Direct Bcrricfl between New York tnd Hmiiin blinds, Via Pacific Coud
Prom New Yorlc to Honolulu
8.8. "AMERICAN" to sail FEB. 15
8.3. "MASSACHUSETTS- to sail MAR. 10
Freight rccelrcd at all times at the Company's Wharf, 41st Street, otM
Prom San PrancUco To Honolulu DIrexjt.
8.8."NEVADAN" to sail FEB. a
8.8.-NEDRASKAN" .' to sail MAR. 1
Freight received at Company's Wharf, Greenwich Street,
and each month thereafter.
From Honolulu to Son Franc!aco.
8.8."NEVADANH to sail FEB. 13
8.8."NEBRA8KAN" to sail MAR. It
Prom Seattle and Tacoma to Honolulu
8.P.."NEBRASKAN" via San Francisco, to sail FEB. 21
8.S. "NEVADAN" via San Francisco, to sail MAR. 16
For further Information aply,
H. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
If you want the best talking machine
at the lowest possible figure, get a
VICTOR. We havo all the latest rec
ords, OERG8TROM MU8IC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDG.
-"For 8ale" cards at Bulletin,
Per T, K. K, S. S. America Mam, Feb.
1. from San Francisco. Layover at
Honolulu: Mr. and Mrs. i:. N. Raynor,
V. Ai llollabaugh, Mrs. Stanley Kvans,
Mr. nnd Mrs, A. M. uraves, Mrs. a,
Mansfleld and maid. ThroiiRh For
Yokohama: 8. P. Yeo, T, Mochlda. II,
lyoda. Shanghai: Mr. and Mrs. 1. J,
MiCord. Hongkong: Mrs. V. II, Av
ery, Mrs. It, C. McGregor and Eon, Mr,
and'Mrs. P. J. Bevcrldge, Miss I'hylU
Beverldge, Miss Marlon Doverldgf-,
Mr. and Mrs. Chin Fun, Miss Celeste
Haston, Illchard McGregor, Wilfrid
Per Btmr, V, O. Hall, Feb. 1, from
Nuwlllwlll, Kauai. C. B. Qray, A. M.
Davles, E. Langer, D, U Austin, Mls3
M. Fountain, 11. S. Wood. Mlsa K. Oko,
Mrs. K. Oko, Coo Fok Sam, Yce Kul,
Ah Trung and 23 deck.
Per stmr. Iwalanl, Feb. 4, from Ma
kawell. II. T. Hayselden, Francis Oay.
DE FREEST In thla city, Feb. 3, 1906,
to Mr. and Mrs. S. Do Freest, a
LOUIS In thla city, Feb. 3, 1900, to
Mr. and Mrs, A. Louis, a daughter,
Entered for Record Feb. 2, 1908,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Joaqulm Dutro to Frank Robcllo.,..I)
Matalkt to Kapahu Archer et al.Rc.pt
Maknnao Prot Natlvo Cli to Board
of Hawn Evan Assn tr D
Entered for Record Feb. 3, 1909,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m;
Susan J Steele to Elizabeth F Mon-
snrrat and hsb ltd
Lulta da O Marcalllno to D Lokana
D Lokana Keku and wf to Bishop of
Joao Vlclra and wf to Cabrlnha &
Cabrlnha & Co to First Bank of 111
to Ltd AM
Eleanor V Wood and IibI to W W
Chamberlain , u
V W Chamberlain to Ida W Water
lioiiBn et ul ., u
Tiln W Wntarhouao et nl to W W
W W Chamberlain to Eleanor W
Eloanor W Wood and hsb to F M
McUrow ..i I)
F M McOrew to Eleanor W Wood..M
FHI Mcdrew and wf to William Wn-
torhouso . , M
F M McOrew and wf to Albert Wa-
torhouso tr M
W 11 Kalllmal et al to Waterhouso
Antonio Perry by regr Notlco
Per T. K. K. S. S. America Maru, Feb.
5, for Yokohama. Mr. Neff.
Evening Bulletin 75 P" month.
catii -ff, i
rapid bath Heaters
FurnUh rtcity of hot ater tn
stantliranr lime diy or light fir
toiltt and Mill
Cai l-e 'tailed in an bath
room or jnvliecv "-It withoLt
twilnij cv;j .n ig i- wc-ratcJ
by anyon - ecor.orp'tcM.
E. R. BATH, AGENT.
PLUMBER, 163 KING ST.
PHONE MAIN 61.
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agsnt.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mai
Steamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAI
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N.IH,
and calling -t Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Brisbane, au
DUE AT HONOwULU m or About the dates below siaiea, tu.:
From Vsncouver and Victoria, D. C.i From 8ydney and Brisbane.
(For Brlsbano and Sydney) ' (For Victoria and Vancouver. B. 0.1
iiniHi pkti m AOBANOI FE& 7
AORANQI MAR. 10
MIOWERA MAR, 1
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United itatet) l
Europe. For Freight and Passat and all general Information apply U
Thee. H. Bavl t & Co.. Ltd.. general Ageits.
Alexander Voting Hotel
Absolutely flro-proof, finest cul
Bind, elegantly furnished and the
boat of service
NOAH W. QRAY Manage;
Honolulu, T. H.
W. G LET,
SANITARY PLUMBINO AND TIN
WAIKIKI 8IDE 8MITH 8T.
Bet. HOTEL a ad PAUAHI-
Oood Workmanship. Work Completed
LARGE STOCK OF
Union' Express Co., 63 Queen Street,.
BRANCH HUSTACE PECK CO., LTD.
Having baggage contneta with the following Steamship Co."s Znssrr
oceanlo stramehlp Co. Paclflo Mall Steamship Co.
Occld' itat & Oriental Steamship Co.
Wilder 8. 8. Co. Toyo Klsen Kalsha Steamship C.
We check your outgoing baggage at your homes, saving you Us txosala
and annoyance ot checking on tho wharf.
Incoming baggage checked on steamers of above compJL'aa tad ceHT
cred with qulcknesa and dispatch at your homes.
TELEPHONE MAIN 80.
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell, Vic President; J. L. MoLaea
Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Gsdgs, Auditor; Frank llnslaii.
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MEN, 63 QUEEN ST. '
DEALERS IN -J
Firewood, Stove and Steam Coal.
AL8Q WHITE AND BLACK BAND. TELEPHONE MAIN tM.
TELEPHONE WHITE 71-
MADE TO ORDER FOR MINIMUM
J. P. Rodrlgues,
Cor. ALAKEA and MERCHANT 8T8.
Tbo Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary oi
tbo news of the day. For 91 a year.
Manufactured from I
pure distilled watt'
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Oahu Ice and Electric C
Kewato. Telephone Blue 1111
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers In Lumber and Ccj
ALLEN A ROBINSON,
Ciueen St, Honolulu.
H. J. NOLTE.
SANITARY PLUMBINO AND
RIGHT PRICES whn you ordsr
K. AKI & CO;,
1028 SMITH STREET
' GILLMAN flOUSB
Beaver Lunch Roonr
The Dike Doctor. I have a M
stock of wheels. RepeJrtnsj
oar specialty. Wheel Rest
d. Two Uteres: If IDs at.
Hotel nuur Biver.
Fine Job Printing tu IX Bulls