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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULtT, T. H., MONDAY. MAtlCH 19, 1906.
ESTABLISHED IN 18SS.
f, Bishop & Co
Commercial and Traveler
Letters of Credit lieued on
the Bank of California and N. JJ
M. Rothschilds & Son, Lon. ft
Correspondents for the
American Expren Company,
and Thoi Cook A Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
Jlvv- -r ?
ENGRAVER and ELECTROTYPER
R. A, WOODS
ROOMS 17181920, 2ND FLOOR
J. P. Rodrigues,
Cor. ALAKEA and MERCHANT 8TS.
STEINWAY and others
THAYER PIAN1 COMPANY,
1S8 and 1ES HOTEL ST.,
18 MAKING A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
HOTEL opp. BISHOP 8TREET.
Telephone Main 78
Gitv Meat Market
For Choice Island Beef and Vege
tables. California products by every
ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
A large consignment of well-seasor
ed KOA LUMBER.
Will be sold very cheap.
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU STREET.
P. O. BOX 999.
o FOR o
OF THE VERY BE8T QUALITY,
BUY OF THE
HIWIIN SODA WORKS
FACTORY 1425 EMMA 8T.
FRE8H CUT FLOWERS AND A
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF ISL
AND CURI08 AT THE
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by tho
HONOLULU RENOVATINQ CO.,
J. J. Fern, Manager.
Richards near Queen 8ts. All tele
phone'messagea promptly attended to.
Wa call for and riMiver. Dyeing extra.
4'' fWh f,....-L j,i, ili$!iNfflh,i la'alai.afe1 itli illft slWI
Scaled proposals for constructing
concrete embedded steel beam bridge
to replace timber truss on short-cut
ll road Koloa, Kauai, T. II., will be re
jjj eclved by the Board of Supervisors of
JJ the County ot Kauai, until 9:30 n. in, o
jfj Wednesday, April 4th, 190C,
fjl 1'lans, speclflcatlons, nnd -blank
X forms for submitting proposals, will be
J furnished upon written request, accom
Jj! panled by deposit of Five 'Dollars
ji , (16.00) by addressing C. II. 8wcetser,
',) County Rood Supervisor, at Llhue. Ka.
ual, T. II
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
Uy order of the Board of Supervisors.
(Signed) II. D. WISI1AHD,
Llhue, Kauai, March 10, H'OG.
ter'n Olllce, hnhamxi, Honolulu, H. T.,
Marrh 1C, 190C. Sealed proposals In
triplicate are Invited nnd will be re
ceived at (his olllce until 9:30 n m.
April 14, 190C, for the construction, ac
cording to plans and specifications,
which are obtainable at this office, of
Scwago System, Bacterial Sewage Pur
ification 1'lant, Water Distributing Sys
tem and Sinking a 10 Inch Tubular
Well at New Military Pott at Knhau
lkl. Blank proposals and all neces
sary Information may be obtained at
this omce and the ofllces of the Chief
Quartermasters at Now York nnd San
Francisco. Cal. Proposals joust be
made out on blank forms furnished by
the Quartermaster's Department. Tho
Government reserves the right to nc-
icept or reject nlljilds received, or nny
part thereof. EnvrJpeg containing
proposals must bo milked "Proposals
for Sewage System, etc., and may bo
I Bent to the undersigned or the Chlof
Quartermaster at New York or San
trancisco. Bids will be opened at tho
same hour and day at New York and
San Francisco. Separate proposals for
each of the different Systems to bo
made. C. F. Humphrey, Jr., Cnpt. &
Quartermaster, U. 8. A., Construing
3333 Mar. 1C, 17. 19. !0; Apr. 12. 13.
Mr. O. Somma, who formerly con
ducted tho barber shop at 928 Fort
street bas reopened a new, neat and
clean shop at No. 10 King near Nuu
anu street. 3328-lm
1128 FORT ST.
HAVE FOR 8ALE
Imported Bulls, Cows. Horses
ALL OF WHICH ARE FINE BRED
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
WM. 6. IRWIN & CO., LTD.
Agents for tho
loyal Inturrnce Co, of Liverpool, Eng
Mllatce A?urance Co. of London.
teottlsh Union &. National Ins. Co, ot
Edinburgh, 8cotland. .
Fit Askoclatlon of Philadelphia.
tlllance Insurance Corporation Ltd
Vllhelnu of Magdeburg General Inr
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UQAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nd RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purooses a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
.xecHta M shortest notice.
HAVE YOUR CLOTHE8 CLEANED,
PRE8SED, REPAIRED AND
DYED BY THE
City Renovating Co.
1153 :: fort :: street.
Will call for and deliver same.
TELEPHONE MAIN 198.
LAROE STOCK OF
1120 NUUANU ST.
TELEPHONE WHITE 718.
FRE8H MU8HROOM 8PAWN
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 1S9.I
CUT KINDLINO WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, $7,50 PER CORD.
A. C. MONTGOMERY
H ns ci TCI MAIM 1K1 I
P. O. BXO 15Z. TEL. MAIN TBI.
or. .,.. OIIFFM A MILILANI.
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no CIIUM'C BLOOD AND
ivas or .mating iu- -- -. Vh .J
resist It. "old by bruBsR1. JO ;)
or 3 tos tor &., or mnk -d fnitmpv
BrlM. Writ. us bout Horns iTrrtmnt
R. BOSAMKO COw Phllacietpriltit P7
G. W. Smith Tells Senators
Of Taxes Collected In
Hawaii And Of License Laws
Hearing of Hawaii's Iluslncss Del- nation have you for taxation' How
egates before Senate Committee con- tloesi tho tax value comparo with tho
tinned from Saturday,
The following statements were pre-
r-ared by the chief of the special ageuU
division and tho Commissioner ot lu
Statement showing the customs ro
cepts nnd expenses In tho district
fiscal year end
ed June 30
I COJS.SCC 83
1 196,492 93
(a) Receipts during the last seven
teen days (from June 14 to June 30)
of tho flscnl year ended June 30, 1900.
(b) 8.2 per cent.
Statement showing intcrnal-rcvcnuo
receipts for the district of Hawaii
during fiscal years ended June 30.
1900 ... $ 7,513 30
1901 102,182 C3
1902 70.235 22
1903 40.090 B2
1901 44,032 82
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I.. M. SHAW,
Mr. O. W. Smith. A pertinent query
ai mis poini is, u me reiierui revc-
nues, or n portion thereof, be set apart1
In the case of Hawaii, why stuutld not
the same thing be dono for San Fran
plum Kmr nrlnan. Van-York or other
Cisco, iew uneans, .now jorK, or outer .
collection districts? I
Condition Not the Same.
From C'conect'.on "fiatrlcu nTd'
are distributed, through interstate
commerce, over large areas, the dullc
assessed are borne. In lessening
amount, by a greater population; the
financial droln nt n given point does
not disturb the economic and monctm-
conditions. In the case of Hawaii,
with n population of 131,000. the lm-
portatlons remain immediately In the
Territory; there Is no distribution be-
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from the financial resources of its mer-' ;Vr-a' w: Sml,l,'1 , man wll
chants, and the monthly drain toward 8C"? 1l"r. "' lllc ,'r,l"K ...
the United States Treasury of over oni The Chairman. Who pay the tax
hundred thousand dollars becomes n "' '' . ... ,.,., , ,
burdensome nnd disturbing factor In ?" ;, w; 8ml '' That Ih thu whole
the financial life of the Territory, and '"J"- ' under bonds,
one which the limited mercnntllc and' ,The Chairman. Can you stnto what
banking Interests of the Islands nmlle total rovenuo derived Irom that
hard to meat klni1 of a!ia"on amounts to?
The pMcy of the General Clomn. Mr. . W. Smith. Mr. Caso has
. i . .!. i.i.. .... i... lhos flatircs.
been nnd Is to foifter nnd build up com-l
mnnuranllt,,. ,.n ,t, linn nt AmArlt-nn
character nnd American sentiment.
This policy the executive of the Terrl-
torv Is cndcavorlnc to fulflll by a lib-!
oral attitude In the handling of tho
Itnlillx Inmln l.v ii.klnir nn Immli.rn.
lion ellglb'e to the assumption of clt-l
Izcnshlp. nnd by the education of the
youth of a::.n r-res on lines of Amerl-
can character. I
To attain this end tho fiscal re-
sources of tho Territory, thiougb tax-j
otlon, have been strained to the limit,
debt has been Incurred, and this dele ,
gallon now seeks the aid of tho Con-1
gross for recommended legislation tliut
will enable the Internal, local Improve-
ments of tho Territory to be curried
on without In any way burdening the
The setting apart of the amount nd-
vised will (onstltutn it fund from which
the Congress can. nt each session, up-
projirlute tho necessary funds to bo ex-
rended, within the Territory.
The Chairman. As I understund you.
the total of customs nnd lutenml-rev- tl8 Br()8g onnilngs anil net earnings,
enuo taxes will nmount to from one ctc.?
million dollars to twelve hundred Mr. a, W. Smith. Yes, sir.
thousand dollars? Tho Chairman. This Is a tnx nn tho
.Mr (1. W. Smith. Yes, sir. I llc ..nrnlnrs of his business?
The Chairman. How much of tho Mr. a. V. Smith. On tho not earn
Internal revenuo and customs receipts nK, n uxross of jl.imo.
hns been brought hero? j Senator Flint. How long 1ms that
All Taken Away. nw ,cl:a effect?
Mr. 0. W. Smhh. It Is nil brought jir q, Smith. Wo have had that
Here, sir, to toe rreasury,
The Chnlrmnn. You havo had no
hencnt except only as wo hnvo from
time to tlmo ndvnncrd you the money
or mado nn appropriation from thn
different amounts you havo mention
Mr. (1. W. Smith. From tho amounts'
I havo mentioned, which are for the
benefit also of tho Pacific coast. ...
Senator Wetmoro. Those were cIRb
WMli; llivj nui, Mini I4UI iwaii.. i in.-uu
there was no obligation to repay tho
Tho Chairman. Wo assumed tho
payment of four million dollars of
bonds, as Mr. Smith stated, ns one of
the conditions of annexation,
Mr. (1. W. Smith. Yes, sir.
The Chairman. And n Inrgo part of
these other expenditures wus on ue-
i count of Improvements tho Govern-
nient made theie.
Senator Wetmore. Hut they were
pot reimbursable loans.
Tho Chairman. No. Wo did ad
vance about a million dollars on ae-
rniint nf the Are claims.
Mr a. W. Smith, Yes, sir: that was
u protection for the benefit of tho
TArrltnrv nml rllevfil us of exoenses.
1 Incidental to the suppression of an ep
idemic or plague c had there.
The Local Tax,
1J1U v.liurilliau. uii niuu "i m
.1a . lmiu at taw nn nil npnnarll'f
u-i juu ., u a u,. -.. ,....,....,.
, Mr. O. W. Brullh
On all property,
real ami personal,
The Chairman, can you state wnat
the rato Is?
Mr o W Smith
One per cent.
The Chairman. Is It tho samo
thiotlghqut the islands?
Mr. a. W. Smith. It Is tho samo
throughout tho Islands.
Tns Chairman, What kind of a vat-
.real valuo of our property?
i-u" uasn vaiue.
Mr. O. W. Smith. That question has
como up. Wo nnd that tho laws of the
Idlfferont States nro tho same, and the
J lull cash value as a rulo has been con
Slacrca to oo wnat mo property would
; UdUK 111 liiu luumui. unuaii BIAljr
Aggregate par cent, has been considered tho full
expenses, jcasti value. In our caso It Is ono hun
dred cents on tho dollar.
Tho Chairman. It Is appraised for
I 3,100 92 taxation at Its full valuo?
81.222 40 1 Mr. Q. W. 8mlth. Yes, sir.
96,932 82 1 Senator Wctmorc. Moro than it
100,719 90 would bring at an auction sale?
0109,631 97 More Than Auction Sale.
93,881 93) Mr. O. W. 8mlth. Yes. sir. Tako
goods or mcrcnantuse. i nu inventory
value Of tho merchant's stock at tho
end ot the year's business Is dctcrmln
cd from tho Inventory of his stock
fsken for the purposo of closing his
books and ascertaining his profits.
Tho Chairman. You spoke of pay
ing a llcenso tnx. Do you mean that
eac!i man engaged In business must
orocure a license to do business?
Mr. O. W. Smith. Wo havo merclmn-
Th Chairman. To what extent
mn,t j.0)1 resort to a llrensu In order
t business? Does that apply to
kinds of business?
Mr. O. W. Smith. Yes. sir; to all
kinds of business. A business requir
Ing police supervision, the liquor liusl-
nfMt t,nilard rooms, nnd such thing-
pa. ftn additional license,
. . . ,,.,,,.
Tho Chairman. What Is tho license
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' t"ouUn do.larH for a tax. Then
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Pkages can engage In that I. ln ess
upor. the payment of a hundred dot.
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Mr. O. W. Smith. Yes, sir.
Tho Chairman. Who pays tho tax
Senator Wetmr.ro. Do I understand
that the Wholesale dealer linS t pay a
Bnernl tax to do business and then to
l'aV spec nc inn
'r. O. W. Smith. es, sir; Ihcro Is
Income tax of 2 per cent, on nil In
COmCS In CXCCSS Of $1,000.
The Chairman. I was about to ask
you whether you did not navo nu in
Mr- a. W. Smllli. Ics, sir.
The Chairman. That Is nn (mart
picnt of your Territorial legislature?
Mr. O. W. Smith. Yes, sir.
Tho Chairman. Tell us, In a brief
way. what that Income nx It
Mr. (1. V. Smith. It Is a tr.x nn tho
Income of every mnlo citizen of the
Territory In excess of $ 1 .000 n year.
Jt.OOit n yenr being n deduction, you
mny sny, or n limit to i-xcludo tho day
laborer, tho poor man.
Tho Chairman, Does ocry man
who Is eiiKnged lu business linvo lo
mn(0 sworn return of tho amount of
nmnov be hns mado ilurlnn the year.
mnkon sworn return of tho amount of
n.mi ntt lm ! n if mn iln illir ttlf Din Vlfll
law In opcrntloii lor fix or eight yeurs,
Not Tested In Court,
Tho Chulnnan. Has that law over
been contested In the courts?
Mr. O. W. Smith. No. sir.
The Chairman. Why has It been
"''"" "' ... ., ... ,. h,..,,..,,.. wo
Mr- "' m'"'la .', ,i , tJ,,,!.'..
, ho "r "ZlZ i
enough to pny their tnx, although they
. , . . . .omullInPH
'""V. . I "..,. ', "0,"u"mH
crumbled a Rood deal nt It
(To bo continued)
The Jury commissioners liuva fur
nished tho following new list of Jurors
who nro to serve In pliuo of tlioso on
the former list, who were found to no
Grand Juror Zeno K. Myers.
Trial Jurors John O Ahri-ii, John
Drown, C. W. llootli. Henry (3. Carter,
Ocorge W. Clark, Clinton W. Crandell.
Paul J. F. Ehlers. Win, U. Foster, Man
uel Freltas, John II. Fuller, M. A. Don
salves, Charles S. Hall, Julian I), Hur
ries, l"aul Jurtett, Wm. J. Jelllngs,
John A. Johnson, Thomas Jones,
Thomas II. Kennedy. Clifford Kimball,
Nelson II, Lansing, (leorgo Mshman. J,
Oswald l.uttcd, Charles (1. Murnsky,
Jumes Nott, Percy M. Pond, (leorgo 13.
Uugg. (leorge W. Scott, John William
Smithies. Wm. II. Sopor, F. J. Testa,
Ueitiam von Ilnmm, Frank J. Wallace,
Bernard Wuggoncr, WJIIIam F Wilson,
Richard Wccdon, Henry Wise,
The Weekly Edition of thn Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of tho day. For 1 a year.
"I bad a very severe lung trouble
and was so weak tbat I could scarcely
walk about or talk. All my friends
believed I could never get well. I
then began to tako Ayer's Cherry
Tectoral and immediately felt an im
provement. It took only two lioltlci
to work a complete) cure. It certainly
savod my life."
This is one of thousands of testi
monials to the wonderful value of
In cues of coldi, coughs, and tunc
and throat troubles of all kinds. A
standard and unrivaled remedy for
sixty years. In largo and small bottles.
Hewaro of Imitation so-called
" Genuine Cherry Pectoral." lie sure
to get "AYEIt'8 Cherry Pectoral."
Notice ot Payment of
Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd,
Notice Is hereby given that tho Wai
alua Agricultural Company, Limited,
has exercised Its right to pay the
whole, ot lis bonds Issued and dntcd
April 1, 1901, amounting to Ono Mil
lion Dollars ($1,000,000.00) upon the
1st day of April, 1900, and that said
bond a will bo paid with Interest to
April 1, 190G, upon presentation and
surrender thereof at tho offlco of the
Company, upon March 31, 1906 (said
April l, 1306 being Sunday); and no
tice Is further given that tho said Wai
alua Agricultural Company, Limited,
will bo In no wlso chargeable with In
terest upon said bonds from and after
aid first day or April. 1906.
W. A. noWEN, Treasurer.
Waialua Agricultural Company, Lim
ited. Honolulu, T. 11., February 21, 1906.
3316-to Mar 31
OAHU 8UQAR COMPANY, LIMITED.
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Pursuant to resolution passed at the
annual stockholders' meeting of this
Company notice Is hereby given to all
holders of bonds of this Company
numbered from 1 to 750 both Inclusive
to present thn samo for paymont to
tho Treasurer of tho Company nt his
omce In tho llackfcld Uulldlng, In
Honolulu, on tho 1st day of April, A. D.
1906; and notice Is also given that no
further Interest .will be paid on bonds
outstanding after said Htday of April
1906, as Interest will ccaso on said
Treasurer Oahu Sugar Company, Ltd.
Dated, Honolulu, Feb. 23, 1906.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
A M.n ml.ncu In llrnKn I fi In thn XTn Is
t ,;;tBto of Allglllll0 j:'noa,
lato of Wallukii. Maul, deceased, ur
dor for Notlco of Hearing Petition for
Probate of Will. A document purport
ing to he tho Lust Will and Testament
of Augustlno Enns, Into of Walluku,
Maul, deceased, having on tho Sth day
of .March. A. I). 190fi, been presented to
said Prolinto Court, and n petition for
tho probato thereof and for tho lssii'
aneo of letters tcHtnmentory to Rosa
i:no8, Augustine Enos and Joso Vlrlra
Marclel, having been filed by Rosa
Enns: It Is hereby ordered that Mon
day. the 23rd duy of April, A. D. lOOfi.
at 10 o'clock a, m.. of said day, at ths
court room of said cosrl, at Walluku,
.Maul, bo and tho same hereHy Is np
pointed tho tlmo nnd pIsco for proving
said ulll nnd hearing said application.
It Is further ordered that notlco there
of bo given by publication onco a week
for threo succcsslvo weoi8, in ino i.vo
nlng llullelln nnd Mnul News news
papers published In tho English Ian
giiaii", tho last publication to if not
less than ten daya previous to tho tlmo
therein nnnolnted for hearing.
Dated at Wnlluku, Maul, Marrh Sth,
A. N. KEI'OIKAI.
Juilgn of tho Circuit Court 2nd
Ill- tho Court:
(Sd) EDMUND II. HART,
3329 Mar. 12. 19, 20; April 2.
The Hllo Ornnd Jury has found In
dictments against Shim Mlung Ok,
Kong Yong Rok, Woo Mlung Soolc.
Han Sang Won, Chang Cheo Yuel nnd
Kim Yong Yee for1 murder In tho dm
degree; Honjo Tsurutaro, Sekl Mltsuda
an.d Fuglsakl Matsularo for murder In
the first degree: Maklno Ktsauuro, To
ga Araklchl, Matsumoto Esuke, Kldo
KlcvhlJI and Yamanaka for astult and
battery with a dangerous weapon;
Joan Enandcs for contempt of court,
and six Indictments for varloua other
ajr"For 8ale" cards at Bulletin.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this lino win arrive and leave this port as herauf
FROM SAN FRANCI8CO: I Fort 8AN FRANCISCO:
ALAMEDA APIL 13
SONOMA APIL 25
ALAMHDA MAY 4
VENTURA MAY IC'SIERRA MAY 15
ALAMEDA MAY 2S;ALAMEDA MAY 30
In connerjon with tho sailing of tho above steamers, the strata
orepared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets, by aju
tratlroad from San Francisco to all points In the United States, an trM
New York by any steamship Una to all European porta
FOR FUIITHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Win G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO., GENERAL AQENT8.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of tho above companies will call at Honolulu an
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
HONGKONG MARU .
KOREA MAR. 29iAMEmCA MARU MAR. 31
COPTIC APR. 7 MONGOLIA APR. 7
SII1EHIA APR. H'CHINA APR. 14
AMERICA MAIIU APR. 2l'NlPrON MARU APR. 24
MONGOLIA MAY 2 DORIC MAY 1
CHINA MAY 9 MANCHURIA MAY 8
- Call at Manila.
for general Information apply to
Ht Hackfeld &
AMERICAN-HAWAHAN S. S. CO
Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific
Prom Now York to Honolulu
S.S. "CALIFORNIAN" to sail APRIL S
8.8. "ALASKAN" to sail MAY 1
Freight received at all times at tho Company's Wharf, 41st Street, South
Prom Son Prnnclaco To Honolulu Direct.
8.8."NEVADAN" to sail MAR. 22
8.8."NEBRA6KAN" to sail APRIL 12
Freight received at Company's Wharf. Greenwich Street
and each month thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to San Prnnclaco.
S.S. "NEVADAN" to sail APRIL 1
8.8. "NEBRA8KAN" to sail APR. 22
Pro-n Seattle and Tucomn to Honolulu
8.8. "NEBRA8KAN" ? sail APRIL S
8 8. "NEVADAN" to sail APR. 27
For further information apply at
General Freight A,flent
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
nteimera of the above line, runnln In connection with tka CANADIA1
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouvet, D. C, and Sydney, N. . H.
ind calling -t Victoria, B. O, Honolulu
QUE AT HONOLULU on or about the
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydnoy) J
Through Tlcketa Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United lUUe aaJ
luropo. For Freight and Pasiaf and all general Information apply U
Tlico. H. Davl I &
Union Express Co., 63 Queen Street,
BRANCH HU8TACE PCCK CO., LTD.
Having baggage contMcta with the following Steamship Co."s UtxHi.
Oceanlo Siramshlp Co. Pacific Mall Steamehla Co.
Occld ital &. Oriental Steamship Co.
Wilder 8. 8. Co. Toyo Kleen Kaisha Steamship C.
We check your outgoing baggage at your homes, saving yiu t iroaiM
and annoyance ot checking on the wharf.
Incoming baggago checked on st
ered with quickness and dispatch at
TELEPHONE MAIN 88.
J. F. Morgan, President;. C.J. Campbell, Vice Preslaent: J. U MeLaa
Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Qedge. Auditor; Frank Huatat.
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY !VieN, 63 QUEEN ST.
DEALER8 IN j'THH
AL80 WHITE AND DLACK SAND.
Our $65 White
are marvels of beaittv and du
rability. They atand S feet 8
Inches, the four sides are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
by "The Scientific American"
as moss-proof and strlttly
Jo's Agent for l.lands. Box 184,
The Dtsi Doctor. I have a big
stock of wheels. Repairing
our specialty. Wheels Rent
ed. Two Stores: It Klag Bu
Hotel near River.
Fine Job Printing iu TU Bull.tU
ALAMEDA MAIL 28
4 SONOMA APR. I
ALAMEDA APR. 18
VENTUKA APIL 24
ALAMEDA MAY 9
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
SIRERIA MAR. 21
H. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
and Suva. FIJI, ana unioana, a
dates below stated, ids.:
From 8ydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, u. t,.j
S MAHE.NO Y !
Co.. Lid. Oencral Agents.
turners of above comp.Ji ana sor
and Steam Coal.
TELEPHONE MAIN tH.
pure distilled wati.
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous driven.
Oahu Ice and Electric Ce
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