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EVENING BUt-trriN, nONOLUUT. T. H.. TUESDAY, MARCH 20. 1906.
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Commercial and Travelers' ft
Letters of Credit Issued on jj
the Dank of California and N. ft."8'. T. "
& Sons, Lon.
Correspondents for the t,
American Express Company,
and Thos Cook d. Son.
Interest allowed on term
and 8avlngs Oank Deposits. K
ENGRAVER and ELECTROTYPER
M20-14 lRtPtl OttvCV COLO
ROOMS 17181920, 2ND FLOOR
J. P. Rodrigues,
Cor. ALAKEA and MERCHANT 8TS.
STEINWAY and others
THAYER PIAN1 COMPANY,
1E6 and 158 HOTEL ST..
IS MAKING A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
HOTEL opp. BISHOP STREET.
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-season,
(d KOA LUMBER.
Will be sold very cheap.
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU STREET.
P. O. BOX 999.
o FOR o
OF THE VERV BEST QUALITY,
BUY OF THE
KWllH SODA WORKS
FACTORY 1425 EMMA 8T.
TELEPHONE BLUE 1871.
FRESH CUT FLOWER8 AND A
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
AND CURIOS AT THE
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by ta.
HONOLULU RENOVATING CO.,
J, J, Fern, Manager.
Richards near Queen Sts. All tela
phone messages promptly attended to.
We call for and rMlvsr. Dyeing extra.
Scaled proposals for constructing
concrete embedded steel beam bridge
to replace timber truss on Bhort-ctit
TaA K'0a' KaUal T" ""' "'" b ""
celvod by the Board of Supervisors of
the County ot Knual, until 9-30 R.tn.ol
Wednesday, April 4th. 1MB,
lans, specifications, and blank
forms for submitting prorowils, will be
furnished upon written request, nccom-
panted by deposit of Five Dollars
(.500) b. ,ddre,ttag c. . sweetser,
County lload Supervisor, at Llhue, Ra
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
By order of the Board of Supervisors.
(Signed) II. D. W18HAHR,
Llhue, Kauai, March 10, 1906.
tcr'n Offlce, knhauiKi, Honolulu, H. T.,
March 1C, 1900. Sealed proposals In
triplicate arc Invited and will be re
ceived at this omco until 0 30 a. m.
April 14, 1906, for tho construction, ac
cording to plans and specifications,
which are obtainable nt this offlce, of
Sewage System, DncCerlal Sewage Pur
ification Plant, Water Distributing Sys
tem and Sinking a 10 Inch Tubular
Well at New Military Post nt Kahau
Ikl. Blank proposals and nil neces
sary 'Information may be obtained at
: t lils oinco and the orflccs of the Chief
Quartermasters at New York nnd San
'ranclsco, Cat. Proposals must bo
ade out on blank forms furnished by
the quartermaster's Department. Tho
Government reserves tho right to ac-
cept or reject all bids, received, or any
part thereof. Knvrpcs containing
proposals must bo mik-kcd "Proposals
i for Sewage System, etc. nnd may be
sent to tho undersigned or tho Chief
Quartermaster nt New York or San
Francisco. Bids will be opened at tho
same hour and day at New York and
San Francisco. Separate proposals for
each of tho different Systems to be
made. C F. Humphrey, Jr , Cnpt. &
Quartermaster, U. S. A., Constructing
3333-Mar. 1C, 17. 19, 20; Apr. 12, 13.
Mr. O. Sorama, who formerly con
ducted the barber shop at 928 Fort
street has reopened a new, neat and
clean shop at No. 10 King Dear Nuu
anu street, 3328-lm
1138 FORT ST.
HAVE FOR SALE
Imported Bulls, Cows. Horses
ALL OF WHICH ARE FINE BRED
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
WM. G. IBWIN & CO., LTD.
Agents for th
loyal Insurrncc Co. of Liverpool, Eng
Alliance A;:urance Co. of London,
tcottlih Union &. National Ins. Co. ot
Fits Association of Philadelphia.
llllanea Insurance Cornaratlon Ltd
Allhalma of Mmndchura General Inf !
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UGAR MA-1
CHINERY of every capacity and de -
icrlptlon made to order. Boiler worki
and RIVETED PIPE8 for Irrloctlon'ny nn Income tax?
purooses a soeclalty. Particular atttn -
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repair!
ixschU' t shortest notice..
have vour clothes cleaned,
PRE8SED, REPAIRED AND
DYED BY THE
City Renovating Co.
1153 :: fort :: street.
WML call for and deliver same
TELEPHONE MAIN 196.
LARGE 8T0CK OF
i1120 NUUANU 8T
FRESH MUSHROOM SPAWN
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 139.
CUT KINBLina woou, Mortnwesx,
DELIVERED, 17.50 PER CORD,
P. O. BXO 152. TEL. MAIN 151.
YARD, corner QUEEN A
I1R CIINN'Q UOOD AND
UrtiMUIirt viicBUF Tniitn
IMikti flesh and Suenath for Slek OM
lit by making ttrona, riot rtd blood. 1
resist It. soldi
I b bruiaS V, 78 ots Dps,
r aa.. or mat. -d on reoalpt o I
df . nnisin inr sb. d
prlM. Writ us about Horn Trsstmsnt
DR. MOtAMKa 00.. rnuaawpnia m
.4,, .jki 'i ..
Taxes And Assessments,
Discussed By The Senators
HOW TAXES HAVE BEEN RAISED
Hearing of Hawaii's Business Del- The Chairman. Under the tax sys-
cgates before Senate Commltte(! con-
tinned from Monday,
Tho Cnnlrman. How much does the
Income tax amount to In the aggre-
Mr. O. W. Smith. Mr. Case can tell
The Clialrman. First answer the
question I asked a moment ago as to
tho receipts from the license taxes,
Mr. O. W. Smith, The receipts from
licenses arc not separated that Is, the'
taxes paid by the liquor dealers as dls-'
Unfinished from other taxes. The en
tire amount received from licenses for,
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1903, Is
(107,303.13, The income tax for the
same period Is 1157,037.98, There is
here a list of nil receipts show ne in
detail the different sources of revenue'
tor the fiscal year, If the committee de
The Chairman. Can you leave tlint
statement with us to be printed In tin
Mr. O. W. Smith. I can furnish It.
The Chairman. We will be obliged
to you If you can do so.
The statement referred to Is ns fol
lows: Revenue. Territory of Hawaii, for tha
year ended June 30, 1903.
License" $ 107.303 10
Corporations and copart-
Insurance tax nnd filing
Accriicu liucresi on noniis.- i.iui va
Heal estate tax f.09.313 72
I'crsonnl Property tax 570,fi5I 51
Carriages, Carts and dray
tax 1S.1IS 00
Road tax 99,990 00
School tnx 99,990 00
Poll tax 49.998 00 The Cnnlrman. How about tnu
Dogs nnd tags tax 5,395 50 growth of your city?
Penalties and costs tnx ac- ' Mr. G. W. Smith. That, sir, re
count 16,429 CO mains about stationary. During 1900
Income tax 157.057 9S and 1901 we had after annexation n
Duieaii of conveyances ,
Lnnd registration court .
Rents, public works ....
Excavator and garbage..
Weights and measures . . .
Lnnd sales, public works
Waterworks 131,330 90
Wharfage and pilotage,
Unreal, of health
Agriculture and forestry ..
Land snles, public lands ..
Lnnd revenue, public lands
Department of Public In
struction Oecretary of the Territory.
Auditing department .....
21.890 03 1
...... c.n ....
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UB11 uuiuiuu juir 1, liJUI. UU.UI.1 mJ
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The Chairman. What Is the amount
of tax the porcentngo?
.Mrs. O, W. Smith. Two per cent.
Mr. W. O. Smuh. It may he suited
lien) thut when corporations pny tho
Mr ' G. W. Smith. They mao a
.worn report, showing nil tho dt-talU
ind they have to show the corpcirnlloiis
lliat ,,,',, 10 ,,Kome ax
c.,,,,!,,,. Wctmure All rornorntlunj
' Mr. G, W. Smith. Ycs. sir.
Do you have wt
Wo have no frnn -
.Mr. G. ,W. Smith.
chlso tax ut present. Mr. W. O. Smith
income tnx tho stockholders do not ."'. Vi,..r. n.7.' n. 1 -
have to pay It again on their dividends. fb"alor Wctinoru lint the number
Tho Chnlrrmn. They do not Include of .?1'1"0"" ''S8 '.' ''-' ,m .1? 1 .
,iiui.in...i. in ii.ni. ..n in.n..i.i....i ... Mr. (1. 8mlth. The Chinese havo
Introduced a bill In tho last legislature Mr. O. W. Smith. There nro twen
for thnt purpose, but thero Is no fiun- ty-oiia thousand Portuguese, and they
ihlso tax nt present. frm one of thu must stablo elements
i. n.,i 1 iwi,i ill,, in .t.t. ii,,.i
somo'of tho corporations have been ns-
. n.,A.l n r. f.n...l, I .....I ,a , -
"-TUo'l mem .and
they have been obliged to pay It. I " ".
say that from tho Unowledgo of hav- Senator Wetmoro. Do tho jortn
Ing sat on the tnx appeal hoard n cou- Bucse bring their tnmlle with them?
Mo of yeurs ago. Kurthcr, you wilt ' Mr. O. W. Smith. Tho Portuguese
iirolmbly l.c Interested 10 know tlint began coming to tho Island under con
the two sources from which wn havo "ct In 1883 nnd brought their fnml
'been obliged to keep up to our former " with ilivm, but tho greater tiiini-
ittnndaril llhe customs nnd internal rev-
., nil. I.nvlnv l.nnn InVon nu-nvl line I....1,
the borrowing of money by Issuing
bonds, and In tho flvu years we hao 'rltUcns. Inly ore i-duralcd In tlio pub
been annexed we hno Increased our c schools; they prefer tho Kngllsh
tuxes 60 per cent. Inngungo to their mother tongue, and
The Chairman. That Is, your total they live very much as wo do our
tax Is 5 uer cent more? selves.
Mr. Gait. More than It was In 1900
'when we ucro rnncxed.
Senator Wctmore. How did you do
thnt? Ily Invrcasing tho rate?
l. rinl. lit. nrl.ltrfii-ll r liinr.rtultifr
Ul0 81)ppoee(1 cllfch vulleg of lnmli wncll
jvcro not the real values.
nenuiur wewnure. luur ruie ire -
nmlnlng the Bame?
Mr, Onlt. The rate remaining the
Senator Wctmore. One per cent or
I Mr Gait One per cent.
Mr W. O. Smith. One reason for
thnt was that It was considered less
objectionable to Increnso tho revenue
that way than by Increasing the rate,
iiid furthermore avoided the dldlculty
of passing an amendment through the
legislature Increasing the rato.
Senator Wetmore. You will prob-
ably get up the rate later?
tern you row have In operation, jour
total revenue Is about equal io your
total expenditures, nnd It leaves you
nothing for public buildings or for ed-
ucatlonal purposes beyond what jou
nre now devoting to education?
Mr. a. V( sraitn. ycs, sir; uiqi is
The Chairman, That Is the state
Mr. O. W. 8mlth. Yes, sir.
Senator Wctmorc. Do your rcc-
nues show any elasticity? Arc they in1
Mr, O. W. Smith. No, they hnve not
so far, except as Mr. Gait just stated,
by raising values. We have Increased
'the revenue to some extent that wny,
but not very mucn.
Mr. W. O. Smith. Wo nre now tu
Ing' within our revenues as far as cur
rent revenues nnd current expenses nro
concerned, but for two .or three ycaia
after annexation we were not nblo to
do It. The expenses exceeded tho rev
nues, and we could not cut them down,
hut Inter thcro was n substantial re
duction in expenses nnd the Income
ban been Increased.
Taxation and Wealth.
Senator Flint. Do I understnnd that
there has teen no Increased taxation li
a ft lltA tMnavArtaAfl HiAnlftt llinrn
,?. .. a "l.i. Jr. "J - ,. i..V..ldnted.July 21. 1902. recorded In snld
f us,-": r ;. . ,.
the rate. ... . .
sviuiiur rum .ui ,, nitrai.. .i ....
C'27,,7re.t,mc,n5t IneSng Knft
8,09 53,0:Mi.nrtWCn8m,.1h?rCT.,,'i?e,,h,ar eV'n
7.757 OS very little of hat. Mr. Senator. ThciV
very nmc ui iiiui, .in. ovuuuu. hh-i-j
have bepn new plantations standi inr
the last few years, which havo In-
creased the amount of tnxes received.
but only two or inrec new unuiiinRs oi
such value Hint the tax would be In-
'created to any appreciable amount.
boom In the Islands and there wcru
new plantations laid out and new hull-
dlngi constructed, and smaller build-
ings, nnd with mnchlncry coming In
there no had on Influx of tho mechnn-
c class which Increased the population
temporarily. With tho cessation of
the Improvements that class has re-
turned to the Pacific coast.
The Chairman. Why has that Influx
of people stopped. If you can tell us?
.jjr a. W. Smith. The inechnnlc
cass found no further work for them,
Diillding operations tho erection of
ncw mm,, or tho improvement of old
mills havo ceased.
7ie chairman. You refer to sugar
Jr- O. W. Smith. Yes, sir; sugar
Senator Wetmoro. How about an
Incrcaso In tho number of Chinese?
-Mr. O. W. Smith. The Chinese havo
decreased. Tho Chinese population In
1893 was about 00,000. Thero are
about 25,000 Chinese there now. Wo
about 25,000 Chltieso there now,
havo about 00,000 Japanese there
. Tho Chnlrmnn. Has tho Japanese
P0P"'Blon liicroaHCil or diminished?
Mr. G. W. Smith. That hns dlmln
'lshed of late, for they nro emigrating
to' the Pacific const In largo numbers.
nnd tho number coming In Is Just a lit-
urcreaseu iruni (jij.v'Ju leu i-urs hk" iu
nl,"ul "j00.0- ,, , . .
T,1 Chairman. What la tho grand
' "' i"--uiiw 'h i"i t
'r. O. W. Smith. One liundii'd nnd
fifty-lour thousand about 00.000 Jnp-
inneso ,25.000 Chinese. 34.H00 Hnuull
n,1H nl"' I1-11'1 Hawaiian, ami ronu 111
cans and Aineilcnns.
senator wetmoro. roriugiicBO?
of our population.
oenuu rues, wnai m inn niiiniivr
' "' population of tho Caucasian
.Mr. O W. Smith. From twelve I.
uyr iwiubiii ui uw ju.iunra K
OintlOIl llUVO llfOn l)Oril 111 HaWllll. Iind
they coimtltuto nn excellent class of
Senator Piles. Were Ihoy seafaring
Mr. O. W. Smith. No, slrj they nrn
agricultural peoplo from tho Azores
' Senatpr Piles. Did they come from
nn.. nnrllnln. nnrt nr I'irlllf-nlT
Mr. O. W. Smith, They camo from
tho Madeira and Azores.
, acnaior j'lies, iney wero isiuiuiumi
I Mr. O. W. Smith. Yes, sir,
public School Affairs,
Tho Chairman, About your educn-
tlonnl system, whut wns It before tin-
nexaiion. lor insiancor
Mr. O. W. Smith. The educational
system of Hawaii far a matter of sixty
years or more has been entirely on
American lines tho public school sys
(To b. continued)
Dlank books of all sorts, lodgers
etc., manufactured by tho Iliillctln Pub.
ll. liHilna IliA ilnhrtlllnLd
MORTOAOEE'8 NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE AND OF
Notlco Is hereby given tlint pursuant
to the provisions of a certain mort-
gag mado by I.nm Hoy and Christina
Ahol, his wife, of Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, to Ira Es
lieu, of said Honolulu, dated October
8th, A. D. 1902, and recorded In tho
Hawaiian Registry of Convcanccs in
I.lber 23G, pages 434-7, the said Ira Es.
kow Intends to foreclose the said mort
gago for condition broken, to wilt the
non-payment of principal and interest
Notice is also hereby given that af
ter tho expiration of three weeks from
tho date of this notice, the property
comeypd by said mortgage will be sold
at public auction at tho auction rooms
of James F, Morgan, auctioneer, on Ka
nhumnnu street. In snld Honolulu, on
Monday, the 9th day of April, A, D.
190G, at 12 o'clock noon of said day.
The premises covered by said mort
gago and to bo sold consists of:
All that certain pleco or parcel ol
land lying and being In Kapaakea, Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, being Lot No.
14 and the makai half or I.ot No. 11 ly
ing between the continuation of tho
lino running botween Lots numbered
9 and 13, across said Lot 11 to the line
of tho new road and the mauka line of
Lot 14, as tho samo are more particu
larly shown and designated on a cer
tain map mado by W. A. Wall for Wal
ter C. Wccdnn on tho 5th day of Janu
ary. 1901, nnd filed In the omco of tho
Registrar of Contcynncon nt Honolulu
In l.lher 212, pages 3G7-S, nnd being tho
samo premises convejed to said Lum
Hoy by Walter C. Wccdon by deed
.p.,-... ,.,, i it a nM ni.
'' "the "x onse irf t pnrc
J. ;""" ""rne ,or morsagce,
Dated Honolulu, T. II., March 12
3330 Mar. 13, 20. 27; Apr. 3.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till
First Circuit. Territory of Hawaii. In
Probate At Chnmbcrs. In the Mnttcr
of the Kulntc of l.am Tshung Chin, de
ceased. Order of Notlco of Petition for
Allownnco of Final Accounts and Dls
charge In this Estate.
On Rending and Filing tho Petition
nnd accounts of Kong Yin Tct, Admin
istrutor of the Estate of Lam Tshung
Chin, deceased, wherein ha asks to be
jnllowcdi $532.35 nnd ho charges him
self with $532.35, nnd nsks thnt the
samo may be examined and approved.
mm limb u iiiiui umi-i iuu; IK I11UUV ui
distribution of thn nronertv remaining
In his hands to tha persons thereto en
titled, nnd discharging him and but
sureties from all further responsibility
ns such administrator. It Is ordered,
that Monday, the 23rd day of April, A.
I), 1900, nt nine o'clock a. m., beforo
tho Judge of said Court at the Court
Room of the said Court at Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, he and the same here
by Is appointed as the time and place
for hearing sal 1 Petition nnd Accounts,
and that all persons Interested may
then nnd thero appear and show cause.
If any they havo, why tho same should
not be granted, and may pyscnt evi
dence ns to who aro entitled to tho
said property. And that notice ot this
Order, in tho Kngllsh language, bo
published In tho Kvenlng Ilulletln
newspaper printed nnd published In
Honolulu, onco n week for three sue
cesslvo weeks, , tho last publication to
bo not less than two necks previous to
tho time t heroin appointed for snld
Dated ut Honolulu, this 12th day of
ali:xandi:r lindsay. jr..
Second Judgo of tho Circuit Court of
the l-'lrst Circuit.
J. A. THOMPSON.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of tho
W. S. I'LKMINO.
Attorney for Administrator.
3330-Mch. 13, 20, 27, Apr. 3.
IN Till! CIRCUIT COURT OF THU
Virst Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chnmbors, In Probate. In tho Matter
of tho Kstntu of Levi Kcelllkoa Nnkca,
Deceased. Order of Notlco of Hearing
Petition for Administration. On read
ing nnd filing tho petition of Luvl Na
nl Nnkca, undo of the deceased, alleging-
that I.ovl Kcelllkoa Nakca or Ho
nolulii, Oahu, died Inlestato at said Ho
nolulu on tho 11th day of February,
A. U. 1900, leaving property In tho Ha
wallun IslnndH necessary to bo admin
istered upon, nnd praying that lottcrs
of ndmlnlBtratlon Issuo to William
Ahla, it Is ordered that Monday, tho 9th
day of April, A.D. 1900, at 9 o'clock n,
m.. br and hereby Is appointed for hear
Ing said petition In tho courtroom of this
court at tho Judiciary Ilulldlug, In snld
Honolulu, at which (lino and place nil
persons concerned may appear nnd
show cause. If any they have, why said
petition should not bo grnntcd, and
that notice of this order be published
In tho Kngllsh languago onco a wcok
for threo surccsslvo weeks In Tbtftvo
nlng Ilulletln newspapor In Honolulu
Dated nt Honolulu, Oahu, March C
ALKXANDP-Il LINDSAY, JR.,
Second Judgo of tha .Circuit Court ol
tho Klrst Circuit,
Attest: J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit.
Antonio Perry, attorney for petition
3324 Mar. C. 13, 20, 27.
M, W, McGHESNEY & SONS,
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line win arrive
'FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
ALAMEDA MAR. 23
SIERRA APR. 4
ALAMEDA APR. 13
SONOMA APR. 25
ALAMEDA MAY 4
VENTURA MAY 16
ALAMEDA MAY 25
In connefJon with the sailing of the abdve steamers, the tat
orepared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets, y ami
-railroad from San Francisco to all points In the United Statet, an (M
New York ky any iteamsbtp Una to all European porta
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Win G, Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC S. 8. CO, GENERAL AGENTS.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co,, and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
aUamtra of the abevs eemp antes will call at Honolulu anal
Isava this port on or about 'the dates below mentlsnad:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
HONGKONG MARU MAR. 24
KOREA MAR. 29
COPTIC APR 7
SI1IBRIA APR. II
AMERICA MARU APR. 21
MONGOLIA MAY I
CHINA MAY 9
- Call t Manila.
for general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld &
AMERICAN-HAWAHAN S. S. CO
Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via PiciSe
Prom Now York to Honolulu
3.S. "CALIFORNIAN" to sail APRIL 5
8.S."ALA8KAN" to sail MAY 1
Freight received at all times at the Company's Wharf, 41st 8trect, South
Prom Son Pranclaco To Honolulu Direct.
8.8."NEVADAN" to sail MAR. 12
S.8.-NEBRA8KAN" to sail APRIL 12
Freight received at Company's Wharf, Greenwich Street,
and each month thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to San Pranclaco.
8.3. "NEVADAN" to sail APRIL 1
8.8. "NEBRA8KAN" to sail APR. 22
Prom Seattle and Tucoma to Honolulu
8.8. "NEBRASKAN" sail APRIL 6
8.S. "NEVADAN' to sail APR. 27
For further Information apply at
C. P. MORSE,
Oentral Freight A,gsnt
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers ot the above line, runalng In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, D. C, and Sydney, N. I. H,
and calling -t Victoria, D. G, Honolulu
DUE AT HONOLULU pa or about the dates below stated, via.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C, From Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Drlsbano and 8ydncy) j (For Victoria and Vancouver, U. CF
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United ataUt aal,
Europe For Freight and Pasiar and all general Information apply U
Thoo. H. Davl i & Co., Ltd. General Agents.
Union Express Co., 63 Queen Street.
BRANCH HU8TACE PECK CO., LTD,
Having baggage contracts with tbo following Steamship Co.'s Lines:
Oceania Stramshlp Co. Pacific Mall Steimihls Co.
Ocnld' ital 6. Oriental 8t.am.hlp Co.
Wilder 8. 8. Co. Toyo Kl.en Katsha 8teamsh1p C.
Wo check your outgoing baggage at ycur homes, saving yu t troakla
and annoyanco ot checking on the wharf.
Incoming .baggago checked on steamers ot above comp....:. and aafw
ered with quickness and dispatch at yenr homes.
TELEPHONE MAIN 88.
J. F. Morgan, President; C, J. Campbell, Vic. Presloent: J. L. McLaa
Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Cedge, Auditor; Frank Hustaa.
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
DEALER8 IN J
Firewood, Stove and Steam Coal.
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK 8AND. TELEPHONE MAIN IK.
Our $65 White
are marvels of beartv and du
rability. They stand 5 feet 8
Inches, the four sides are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
by "The Scientific American"
is moss-proof and strictly
Bo-e Agent for Islands. Box 1B4,
The Dike Doctor. I hav a big
stock of vrheels. Ropalrtna
our specialty. Wheels Sent
ed. Two Stores; 163 Klag 8L
Hotel near River.
Fine Job Printing iu TLa BaUU
unrirrfK'r hMMAil!M ii'-Aii- M
FOrt 8AN FRANCI8CO:
ALAMEDA MAR. 28
SONOMA APRv t
ALAMEDA APR. IS
VENTURA APR. 24
ALAMEDA MAY 9
SIERRA MAY 15
ALAMEDA I. ...MAY 30
FOR 8AN FRANCI8CO.
SIRKRIA MAR. 21
AMERICA MARU MAR. 11
MONGOLIA APR. 7
CHINA APR. 14
NIPPON MARU APR. 24
DORIC MAY 1
MANCHURIA MAY 8
and leave this port
H. Hackfeld Sc Co., Lt
and Suva. FIJI, and Brisbane, a.
pure distilled wats-
Delivered to any part of
city by cnurtoous driven.
Oahu Ice and Electric Ci
Kewslo. Telephone Hue lilt
OF ALL KINDS.
Dialers In Lumber and Cg;J
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen St, Honolulu.
Yo i Oat
SANITARY PLUMBINQ AND
tt RIGHT PRICES when you erd.r.
S K. AKI t& CO.,
1028 SMITH TRT