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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T 11., SATURDAY. FEn. 10, 1906.
The new fuel for Automobiles, Engines, Etc,
Official tests of Energlne, made In Chicago lately, proved that
It took within half a tea cup of two gallons of gasoline to run
the same car as far as one gallon of Energlne had run It.
Energlne will give your ear far more power for hlll-cllmblng,
It will not soot up your spark plug.
Try ENERQINE once and you will not use any other fuel.
We have Just received a carload of ENERQINE In 5$-gatlon
drums. Try one.
E. O. Hall
I til, Mark RrE knl
Is a positive cure when all else falls.
Remedy, a cure Is GUARANTEED or
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF
In accordance with Hie irolslons ot
n certain mortgage made by Kekulo
lono (w), widow, anil Knhn llnkuolu
(w) and llakuulc (k), mortgagors, of
the City ot Honolulu, Inland of Oahu,
Hawaiian Islands In Klpahulu Sugar
Company, a corporation organized, cre
ating and existing under and by vlr
tuc of tho laws of Han all, mortgagee,
dated tho "th day of November, A. I).
1SS9, and recorded in tho Hawaiian
Registry ot Conveyances In Liber 199,
Folios 291-292 293 291. notlco Is lure
by given that tlio said mortgagee In
tends to foreclose tho same for condi
tions broken, to nit tho uon payment
of principal nnd Interest.
Notlco Is likewise given that after
tlio expiration of three consecutive
weeks from tho dato of publication ot
thin notlco tho said mortgngeo named
In said mortgago Intends to and will
forccloso tho samo and will advertise
for salu tho property covered and con
ejed therein, and will sell the samo
lit public auction at tho Auction Ilooms
ot James I' Morgan In tho City of Ho.
nolulu. Territory of Hawaii, on Mon
day, the 19th day ot February, A. I).
190C, at 12 o clock noon or said day.
Tho following Is tlio description of said
All ot thoeo certain lands and prem
ises situate on the Island of Maul, ono
of tho Hawaiian Islands, described as
Hrst. Ahupuaa of MnulllI, In said
Klpahulu, conveyed by Royal Patent
3597, Land Commissioners' Award
C230, to Kuaklnl, set off to said Ko-
kulolono by deed of partition dated
January 18th, 1879, and recorded In
the Registry Oltlce, Oahu, in Liber C2
on pago 151.
Second. The premises In said Kl
paaulu covered by Itoyal Patent
(brunt) 1028 to Isaac Harbottlc, con
veyed to said Kekulolono by said deed;
Third. Tho premises In said Mail
111! covered by Land Commissioners'
Award 9G7 to Kalawa, com eyed to said
Kekulolono by said deed:
Fourth. Tho remaining portion of
the premises In Kaupo, Maul, covered
by Roial patent 1926 to Isaac llarbol
tie, containing 20.80 airos conveyed
to said Naha Hakuolo by said deed ot
Fifth. The premises In Rojal Pat'
ent (Orant) 2355 to Kekulolono at Alo
cikl, Klpahulu, Maul, containing an
area ot 19.07 acres; and
Sixth. Tho premises in said Kaupo
covered by Itoyal Patent (Grant) 1C37
to 1 Harbottle, containing an area of
70 acres, and conveyed to said Nairn
JlaKuolo by said deed.
further particulars can bo bad ot
TCInnoy, McCIanahan & Cooper, attor
nova for tho Klnahulti Sugar Com
pany, mortgagee, at their offlco In tho
. Judd Building, Honolulu, Territory of
Dated, Honolulu, T, IL, January
20th. A D. 1900.
KIPAHULU SUClAft COMPANY.
Uy P. KLAMP.
32S2 Jan 27, Teb. 3, 10, 17.
Headquarters for automobiles with
H splendidly equipped fireproof garage,
VON HAMM-YOUNQ COMPANY, Ltd.
THE COBWEB CAFE,,
QUEEN and'ALAKEA 8T8.
TEL. MAIN 492.
Camara & Co,, Props -
William T; Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All classes of Building Work
promptly and earofully executed
Offlco 'Phone Blue 1801,
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
& Son, Ltd.
Hfclp Fop AH
Wallach's Indian Pile Cure
To convince you that this Is No Quack
Money Will Be Refunded.
BRUSH FIRES ON TANTALU3.
Notlco Is hereby given that In ac
cordance with Section C of Act 71 of
tho Session Laws of 190S It Is forbid
i den to start fires for tho burning ot
brush, dry grass, etc., for a period of
itwehe months (12) from dato. within
J (lint portion ot tho District of Kona,
I Island of Oahu, lying between Manga
mid I'auoa Valleys, unless tho w rltton
permission of tho District Flro Warden
has been first obtained. Tho law
reads "such fires shall not bo started
during n heavy wind or without siiffl
dent help present to control tho same.
'nnd tho lire shall bo watched by tho
'person setting tho same, or by coniuo-
Itent agents of his, until put out." Tho
District Flro Wardm Is Mr. Walter M.
RALPH S. HOSMER,
Chief lire Warden,
Honolulu, T IL, Teb. 8, 1900.
Notlco is hereby given that In ac
cordance 'with tho terms of Act 71 ot
tho Session Laws of IMG.
MR WALTER M. OIFKARD,
hns been appointed DISTRICT FIRE
WARDEN, under tho Hoard of Agrl
culturo and Forestry for that portion
or tho District or Kona, Island of Oahu,
it Ins between Manoa and Pauoa val
C. S. HOLLOWAY.
Secretary and ExccutUo Officer,
uoard or commissioners or AC'
rlciiltiiro and Forestry.
Honolulu, T II . rob. 8, 190C.
Holland Palm Tree Glu can be had
at the Merchants Exchange Saloon
Wo Import direst "Itelereme. CW
torn Houso" and bae enough on hand
lo supply tho retail trade by tho single
bottle until more arrives at tho old
established price Merchants Ex
cbango Saloon, corner King and Nuu-
HEPBURN AND TAWNEY
(Continued from Page 1)
uses, ns well as for Federal public
works. Secretary Atkinson and Mr.
Hatch, my secretary and mself all
feci that it would bo practically Im
possible to secure such action from
Cougress, und that an effort to securo
It wight defeat the original recom
mendation of the President. We would
certainly lay ourselves open to u
chargo of bud faith In taking the Pres
ident's recommendation ns the basis
or our action and then going on to nsk
for n different thing from what tho
President has recommended Ouvcr
nor Cuiter, In his expressions to the
delegation, hns also Insisted that more
be asked for than ho himself recom
mended. TALKING IMPROBABILITIES.
There are, ot course, many things
Hint would be delightful for our Tei
rltory. If they could be secured, but to
expect that Coin-rets will set iiBlde Fed
ernl revenues for local use, or that they
would nllou this money after belna
placed In a separato fund to bo epend
cd by tho Secretary of the Treasury, or
of the Territory or by tho Governor
of tho Territory or by uny ono outside
of Congress Itself, Is a very unlikely
thing, If Hawaii did not consider Me
recommendation of the President a
valuablo one for tho Territory then It
was not worth while to make a snecial
effort to secure action on that lino. II
we do consider tho President's recom
mendation valuablo we should work
along the lines of the recommendation
and not take up a different line ot ef
fort, which may result In killing tho
gooso that lays the golden tgg, I
shall, however, use every means in my
power to get this concession In tho
broadest possible form, by the aid of
uuuentlal House leaders. Hut wo can
go only so far ns they are willing to go
la that direction
HEPBURN AND TAWNEY.
Jleyoml a doubt any mensuro of this
sort will meet with strong opposition
irom certain inmicnt al members or
Congress I have, however, received
substantial encouragement already in
mo uireci promise or help rrom coi
Hepburn and Chairman Tnwnoy, of the
Commlltco on Appropriations Our
elation over tho piomlso of their help
U tempered by the fact that they feel
tho percentage of i avenue to be set
fislde should bo reduced from 75 per
If you have never tried
J J O O " l J
do so at onoe. It Is superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor wher-
For sale at all leading hotels and
Thos. F. McTifthe & Co.
101 TO 10S N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
cmt to CO per cent It was Inevitable
that this suggestion snoiiiii Lie mnuc
during the course of tho bill, nnd It
will simply have to bo overcome. If wo
are able lo ronvlnco them of tho ren
loiiablcncss of tho Piesldints original
Col Hepburn has mado a friendly
itiggcstlon In ri'jnrd to tho handling
siiubi-aiiiin til ir.'i 1111 uv iiiu 111.1 11 11 inn
of the bill tthi.h I inn now preparing,1
to follow up. It Is thiit in addition to
pushing ni) present bill beforo the
Committee on Territories. 1 shall in -
l.ilililllili.'L' I'll itriinuiiva, ntitin .!. -
denvor to have nn amendment to the ,
nmo cffeit Incrrlcd ns n rider to tlnl
Sundrj I'lvll Hill We are now dls
cunning menus nnd uiLtliiMls by which
that may bo put In such form that It
Kill not be subject to u ixilut of orucr
Alien tho Sundr Civil bill Is put upon
its passage, it is not nt all ccrlnln that
this can bo done. Col Hepburn re
iterated this morning that I had not
only taken tho correct course In re
ferring my original bill to the Com
mittee on Territories, but he further
Insists that we shall go on with our
plan of n hearing beforo that commit
tee while reeking to work out n plan
for getting it n plaro In the Sundry
I'lvll Hill through tho Committee on
Appropriations, In other words, so far
as it is now developed, it appears ad
visable to follow both lines of nctlou
until mo can be certain of our results
with the Cummltteo on Appropriation!
The hearing beforo the Cominlttco on
Territories will. In any event, lay u
ground work of Information umong cer
tain mcmbcis or Congress and will be
of value In securing tho passage of the
ineasuro In whichever form It prove
best to finally put It to tho test before
CANNON ON LIGHTHOUSES.
Yesterday, In company with Con
groismin Mann, of tho Houso Com
mittee on Interstate Commerce, I had
an Interview with Speaker Cannon to
securo recognition for the passage ot
my two llght-houso hills now on the
calendar. Tho Speaker, In his char
acteristically forcible language in
formed .Mr. Munn, who Is chairman of
Ilia siiu-commltteo on light houses,
that tho appropriation for light house
establishment would havo to bo kept
doivn to tho vanishing point In this
Congress; nfter making his customary
comments on the extravagance ot light
house olllclals In their estimates of the
amounts needed for each case and after
exacting a promlso from Mr Mann that
light house Items would be kept down
to the lowest posslblo point, ho con
sented to give recognition for these
two bills, and they will doubtless bo
called up and passed In the near future.
The sudden new developments In the
matter ot Jiulgo Hoblnson's reappoint
ment has naturally stirred up strong
feeling on tho part ot Judgo Hobln
son's friends hero, and as one of these
mends Is a tablnet officer, and anoth
er an Influential Senator, their opin
ions in the matter arc not wholly to
Attorney (lencral Moody, alter civ-
Ing tho matter final consideration, sent
to the President yesterday his reconv
u.cndatlon that Judge Hoblnson be re
appointed. Doubtless before this let'
tcr has been published, )ou will have
oecu nuviscd by cable as to the Presi
dent's nnal decision In regard to that
Very truly ylurs.
Delegato to Congress.
Washington, Jan. 20.
New York, Feb. 1, Coupled with
the departuro of tho two transports,
loaded with troops and munitions of
war rrom Now York todny, and tha
now a of Increased activity In tho
transport servlco at San Francisco nnd
Seattle, It becaino known that tho
United States Is concentrating troops
nt Manila, so that In the ovent of fric
tion with China this government would
havo at hand a forco sufficient to
throw Into tho empire at short notice.
In addition tho Federal (lovornmcnt
Is making urranger.icnts for detention
rnmps at Hawaii, where 15,000 or 20,
0o men could be garrisoned, and
vhero they would bo easy of access In
ovent of troublo In tho Orient.
i i i
YOUNO At 30 Chrlghton Place, Edin
burgh Scotland, on tho 14th January,
Isabella Young, bister ot Jesslo
Young and niece of Thomas Lindsay,
Tlio Governor, acting under tho ad
vlco of his physician, will temporarily
rt'fraln from porformlpg the duties of
bis offlco. During tho disability of tho
Governor, tho Secretary of Hawaii will
act its Governor from this dato,
A. L. C ATKINSON,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Executlvo Dulldlng, Honolulu,
February 10, 1000. 3301 3t
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" i tt.1,1 J It'll ? II II 111 Jl
Full moon Feb. Sth at 9:14 p. in.
Ecllpso of tho moon Feb. 8. Total
oclll.se begins 8:27 p. m. Total eclipse
ends 10:05 p. 111.
Tho tides at Kabulul and IIllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Standard Time li lOh 30m
slower IImu Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian ot 157.30. Too
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. tn which
is the same as Qreenwlsh, Oh 0m.
Saturday, February 10
O. S. 8. Alameda. Don dell, from San
"jnclsco 8:15 p. m yesterday.
I s'mr- Kliinii, I rcrmnn, from Hllo
ni w ny,'."8', ,10,-,U?, " ,
1,. Stmr' w; O. Hall. S. Thompson, from
Kilai P2r d .."' m"
t"A- b- s- J'oana,
from Victoria, 1
Per stmr. Kinnu. from Hawaii ports,
O. Donahue, Miss Knclst, Mrs. P.
McCormnc. I MiCormat, Miss M. Ei
I.elund, Mrs. J. Jl. Atkinson, U 11
Irwin, Miss M D Irwin, A. T Uloomcr,
Mrs. A. T. Uloomcr, J. A. Sackley,
M. S. Miller. .Mrs M U. Miller, C. F
Shcperd, Dr. M F. Harry. O. Zapp, I..
Severance, Mrs. M. F. Mackle, K. F.
Mackle. 1 W. Hold, .Mrs. J. Kal
mola, C. Sawano, John Cullen, Clar
ence White, Miss Mabel l.ce, Miss Flor
ence I.ee, I). Ilnughs, Mrs. C. Drown
nnd child. Senator John T. Drown,
Den II. Drown, Thco Wolff, John H,
Mnby, W C. Dorden, Hon h S. Ly
man, Kaclemakule, Kelllkahl, W P
N'alllma, Charles Levy, ItobL J. Pratt,
D. I Van Dine John T. Jlolr, C An
dcrson, J. E. Anderson, II. E. Askew
II. Hansen, Chns Cowan, Samuel Ke-
anu, G. Shlmnta, Mrs. O Shlmnta. D.
U. Mnconachle, Miss Josephlno Wal.
lace, Edward Norrle, Mrs. Edward Nor
rle, Master (Jordan Norrle, Itobt. Hind,
A. dranberg. C Arstead, Jss. Kitsscll,
Mrs W. II. Illckard. Geo. Kaiser. Joe
Maetcrns, O P Wilder, 8- O Wilder
Judge S. H. Dole. Tinny White. Dr W
D. Daldwln. II S, Holbrook, Mr Soth
well, J. W. Dcrgstrom, A. Garcia, Louis
Per C.-A. S. S. Moana, from Victo
ria, Feb, 10. For Honolulu: Mrs. Dr.
Waterhouso and two children, Miss
Harding, Miss Mills, Carl Scheld, wtfo
and child; Miss 8chupp, Miss Erbeck,
C. O. Anderson, J. Jloehm, J. McLean,
A. D. Cnlburn, Chas. Depold. J A.
Wardwcll, It. L. Ward, J. A. Canfleld,
A. II. Wlederhold, II. Lawrence, II.
Jones, W E. Nowlln. E. W MeDon
aid, G. Chamberlain, It. E. Hlbbard,
i:. U. van Wagner, J. II. Batchelor
adn three Japanese. For Colonics.
Dr. W A. Ramsay, J H. Wad worth,
P. II Stacey. Mrs. Col. J Stacey.Mrs.
J. Fjfo Smith and child, Wm. J Ver
ity, E. Ingram, Dr. W. Todd. P. Me
Lcod, A J Hill and wife, O. Mitchell,
Ilcv J. Mcintosh, Miss Mitchell. II.
Wcttborry, Jlrj. Hallam, Mrs, Wade
and two children. M. Dozbooz and
son, E. Phillips, o. W. Eastwcll and
two children, R. Marshall, a. Pratt,
D. Crawford, D. Barclay, D. Hill.
From San Francisco, per 8 S, All
meda, Feb. a. Master J. Aalbcrg,
Oscar Aalbcrg. A. L. C. Atkinson, Miss
E E Cobb. F. C. Cooper. Mrs, M. C.
Cooper, C II. Courtney, T J Feeley, J,
n. l-oss, J. liagnr, u. U. Hawkins. It.
a. Horn, Miss K. McCarthy, P. L. Mc
Dermott, J. A. Moler, M. J. Sousa,
.Miss rc. Hiiter. w. Tiippcr, Geo, Walk
er. Mrs. II. Wilson, Miss E. Whiting.
Miss M Whiting.
Per steamer W. O. Hall, from Kauai
ports E. Uroniy nnd wife, Mrs Web
er, Mr Cnkedeld. Mr. McKenzle, Mrs.
Ji K. (Jandall and II. G. Humsay.
JACK TAKE8 CHARGE.
(Continued from Paoe 1.)
nay this matter has been handled. It
Is a good thing that tho peoplo here
havo taken hold of tho matter so well.
In tho mcantlmo I cannot tell much
about tho 76-per-cent. matter becauso
It was still so young when I was In
"I wnnt to tell jou that that man
McCIellan is doing somo mighty good
work for Hawaii In Washington. I do
hot Bay that ho may not havo faults,
out no is a hustler and is certainly do
Atkinson was asked If ho was think
ing of recommending anyone to take
tho trip to the Azores In his place In
tho Interest of Immigration, He said
that he was not.
"On tho whole, I think that I really
saved time by coming back Instead of
going on tho trip at this time," ho
said, "I do not see that very much Is
to bo gained by sending anyono on ur
tho present time. Wo wnnt to perfect
our arrangements here first, and tt Is
time enough to send a man when wo
can send one who is authorized to
make contractu, charter steamships
and do all that kind of thing. Then
)ou know my old saying about putting
our own houso In order first Thcr"
are a whole lot ot things which want
to be done hero In Hawaii beforo we
The BU8INE88 MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening' Bulletin,
75 per month, Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year.
Cleaning Up Sale
811k, Wool and Alpaca
at half regular prices
Monday Morning The 12th
See Window Display
National Stock Company
"The Great Diamond
Starting Monday, Feb, 12
"CAMILLE" AND THE
NO ADVANCE IN PRICE8.
POPULAR PRICES: 25a, 60e.,7Se.
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The Latest and Greatest In
BATHING AND SHAMPOOING.
We have them. Call to see
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Cor. Fot t and King Sts.
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Our New Directory
There will bo ONLY ONE Up to Date
Directory published for tho Hawaiian
Islands for 1900-1907. That will bo the
I.EMMON.EAW.E DIIIECTOIIY. Tbo
result ot a complete house-to houso
canvass of all tho Islands, carefully
A FIRST-CLASS NEW RESTAURANT
o THE o
21 meals on ticket, $4.50.
Open nights until 12 o'clock.
HOTEL NEAR FORT 8TREET.
LARGE 8TOCK OF
1120 NUUANU 8T.
TELEPHONE WHITE 71.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purooses a toeclatty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
xecuU -vt shortest notice,
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
WIIEflEAS a libel was filed In the
District. Court of tho United States
for tho Territory ot Hawaii on the
sixth day 'if February, A. D. 1906. by
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM'
PANY, a corporation, Llbellants, ver
sus tho Steam Dredgo PACIFIC, her
cngloos, boiler, machinery, tackle, ap
parol and furniture, in a causo ot dam
ages, civil and maritime, to recover the
sum or xsu.ouu, as uy said uuci, refer
ence being hereby made thereto, will
moro fully and at largo appear.
NOW. THEREFORE. In pursuance
ot tho Monition and under tho seal of
tho Court to me directed nnd deliver'
ed. 1 do hereby give public notice to
all persons claiming the said steam
drodgo "PACIFIC." her tackle, en
gincH, otc, or in any manner interest
ed therein, that they be and appear
boioro tho said District court to bo
held In tho city ot Honolulu, on FrI'
day. tho sixteenth day of February, A.
D. 190C, at ten o'clock In the forenoon
ot that day, provided the same, shall be
a day ot Jurisdiction: otherwise on tbo
noxt day of jurisdiction thereafter:
then and there to Interpose their
claims nnd make their allegations In
that bonair, otherwise dcrault and con
demnation will be ordered.
Datod the sixth day of February.
A. U 1900
E. II. HENDRY,
v U. S. Marshal.
Klnnoy, McCIanahan & Cooper,
rroctora tor L.iDeitant
U, S. Weather Bureau,
Feb. 10, 1900.
Tomporatures 0 a. tu 72: 8 a. m..
T2; 10 a m., 71, noon. 75: morning
Daromoter. 8 a, m.. 30.02: absolute
humidity, 8 a, in , 0.721 grains per cu
bic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m., 79
por cent.; dew point, 8 a. ni., C5.
Wind Q a. m., volocity 15, direction
BW; 8 a. m., velocity 25, dlroctlon S
W; 10 a m., velocity 16, direction S
w; noon, velocity 15, direction W,
Rainfall durlug 24 hours ended
Ba.ni, .01 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 369 miles.
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Du
NIBLACK TO GO
Daforo sailing for Molokal on the
Iroquois on official business yesterday
nicer noon. Lieutenant commander A,
P. Nlhlack received a cablegram tell
ing him that ho Is to be rellovcd from
duty about tho last of March and will
bo abslgnod to the cruiser Chicago as
oxecuttvo orflcor. Ho will bo succeed
ed horo by Lieutenant J. F. Carter,
now on aucy on me naiticsuip Maine
Captain Nlblack. as ho has been called
slnco taking command ot tho Iroquois,
is pcpuiar in Honolulu, and h s fellow
officers oxpress regret to lenrn of his
"For Rent" cards on sala at
the Bulletin office.
For Want Column See Pnge Six
Bum of money. Call Bulletin offlco.
Furnlshod cottage, 3 00 per week Ap.
ply Honolulu Hotel 3303-lvv
A large consignment of well season'
ed KOA LUMBER.
Will be sold very cheap.
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU STREET.
P. O, BOX 993.
847-857 Kaahumanu Strut
P. O. BOX 504.
TEL. MAIN Tt
Look This Up
TO ANY ONE wishing a comfort-
ablo residence, It will well repay you
to look at tho Dcrctanla street proper
ty to bo sold at auction on Saturday,
February 10, at 12 o'clock noon, at my
THE PROPERTY Is on Berctanla
street nearly opposite the residence of
Dr, R. W. Anderson, has a frontage ot
100 feet on Deretanla street, and Is
132 feet deep.
THERE IS A COMFORTADLE
COTTAGE and outbuildings on the
placo, and tho grounds, are nicely.
REMEMBER that this Is a fore
closure of mortgage and the property
will bo sold at tho best bid.
JA3. F. MORGAN,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Points.
li mi f To Denver
No Change sxa
Be sure your ticket reads via the
For full Information call on
S. F. BOOTH, G. A,
1 Montgomery St, San Francisco, Cil.
Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Fantall
Plg,eons and other pets.
Just the thing for a chlld'r
Also fancy chicks from One
day to three months old.
Enquire at the
" " KAIMUKI. " "
137 MERCHANT 8TREET.
Lots for Sale
1 ffi jPSBW
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
.LIHI, and other deslrbte localities
Also I JUMPSEAl BUCK20ARD, '
lecond-band; good ai new, A
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