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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. 1!., MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1906.
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Bishop & Co
Commercial and Traveler'
Letter of Credit Issued on
u n.l. .!... ..I. - - LI .
M. Rothschilds & Son, Lon. f
Correspondent for the
American Express Company,
and Thot Cook & 8on.
Intereit allowed on term
and Saving Bank Deposits.
.' - - .'l uucu?il uih uuruui nuup ui t40 rurfc
fe-fiflCVa!af!ff!ifi''l!'ro0' hail reopened a new, neat and
ENGRAVER and ELECTROTYPER
Music at the
FROM 2 TO 5 P M
Don't Miss It
J. P. Rodrigues,
Cor. ALAKEA and MERCHANT 8T3.
STEINWAY and others
THAYER PIAtO COMPANY,
1S6 and 168 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 product by every
ORDER8 DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
A large consignment of well-easor
ed KOA LUMBER.
Will bo sold very cheap.
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU 8TREET.
P. O. BOX 999.
o FOR o
OF THE VERY BE8T QUALITY,
BUY OF THE
MllN WM WCF.KS
FACTORY 142S EMMA 8T.
FRESH CUT FLOWER8 AND A
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OP I8L
, AND CURI08 AT THE
Clothe Cleaned and Pressed by tk
HONOLULU RENOVATING CO.,
J. J. Fern, Manager.
Richard near Queen St. All tele,
phone mersage promptly attended to,
W call foryand rl'llver. Dyeing extra.
Scaled proposals for constructing
concrete embedded steel tieam bridge
to rcplaco timber truss on short-cut
road Koloa, Kauai, T. II will bo re
ceived by tbo Hoard of Supervisors of
tho County ot Kauai, until 9.30 a. m. of
Wednesday, April 4th, 190C,
Plans, specifications, and blank
forms for submitting proposals, will bo
furnished upon written request, accom
panied by deposit of Hvo Dollars
(16.00) by nddrcsslng C. II. Swectser,'
County Road Supervisor, at Llhue, Ka
uai, T. II.
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
Dy order of the Hoard of Supervisors.
(Signed) II. D. W1SHAKD,
Llhue, Kauai, March 10, 1906.
Mr. O. Somma, who formerly con
ducted thn barbor shop at 928 Vort
civuu biiuij im nv. iv mug urar iiuu1
1128 FORT ST.
HAVE FOR SALE
Imported Bulls, Cows. Horses
ALL OF WHICH ARE FINE BRED
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
WM. i. IRWIfU CO., LTD.
Agents 'for th
ftoyal Insurrnc Co. of Liverpool, Eng
Alliance AMuranc Co. of London,
Icottlih UnlJn & National In. Co. ot
Flt-o Aikoclatlon of Philadelphia.
Alllanc Insurance Corporation Ltd
Wllhelma of Magdeburg General Int
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8U43AR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription mad to orde'r. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purooae a aoeclalty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repair
ItxacxW M shortest nolle.
l-IAVfc TUUH ULUIMtS CLEANED,
PRESSED, REPAIRED AND
DYED BY THE
City Renovating Co.
1153 :: fort :: street.
Will call for and deliver same.
TELEPHONE MAIN 196.
LARGE STOCK OF
1120 NUUANU ST.
TELEPHONE WHITE 716
FRESH MUSHROOM SPAWN
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 13k
CUT KINDLING WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, $7.60 PER CORD.
A C. MONTGOMERY
P. O. BXO 152. TEL. MAINOI.
YARD, corner QUEEN & MILILANI,
Make Fiin ana iiitmin ror wwnw
a b making tronc, rich red blood.
ebr nllnrou trength K
I b DruKBk i 7S ot n boi,
r2..armnl. d On reoelDty
resist it. ooia
or 3 boiaefor
Brio. Writ uaobout nam lrHrnivni
R. BOSANKO CO,. Philadelphia P'
M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS,
(hat suits everyone' taste Is the on
lerved by the
OPP. POLICE STATION.
FISHNBT8, TWINE and BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH at
A. FERNANDEZ & SOR,
Hot. 44-80 King 8L, ".jUey Block, bat
Muusnu and Smith Bta. Tl. aln 189.
Fine Job Printing at Th Bulletin
Recorded March 13, 1906.
meidi ,m. SVof iSWsiBONQ REPRESENTATION
iianu, por it I' 3416, Ap 14, int in lit
W, Kallu, Honolulu; $3300. B 279, p
13. Dated Mar 12, 1906.
J II Schnack nnd wf to Jose V no
tellho, D; lot 2, blk D of Kul 85,
Kuuanu tract, Honolulu; J3G0. II 277,
p 48$. Dated Mar 10, 1906.
Kaplotanl Kst Ltd to E II McClana.
han; M; Ap 1 and pors Ap 2, K P 1990,
Ward Ave, It V 2691, Kul 685, cor
Boulh St and Kawnlahao Innc, 11 I'
4510 and por H P 1968, Nuuanu valley,
all In Honolulu; (5043.26. 1) 279, p 16.
Dated Mar 1, 1906.
Momolda Tolozllo to Y Ogawa; P
A; special powers. D 284, p 63. Dat
ed Mar 10, 1906.
J I) Atherton to Watalua Agrl Co
Ltd; L; nnter rights and Rt W for
ditches, etc, over pes land, Walalua,
Oahu; 49 yrs and 11 3-4 months at $10-
000 per yr. I) 283, p 40. Dated Sept
J B Atherton to Walalua Agrl Co
Ltd: L: water rights and RW for
tlltchca, etc, oer pes land, Walatun,
oahu; 9 yrs and ll 3-4 monuis at iu
000 per yr. I) 283, p 40. Dated Sept
Ocorpo Oalbratth to J D Atherton;
Consent; to subeaso of water rights
and IUV for ditches, etc, across pes
land, Walalua, Oahu. 11 283, p 43. Da
ted Nov 9, 1901.
Kepane (w) ct nl to Walalua Agrl
Co Ltd; I.; Int In Or 262, Kamananut,
Walalua, Oahu; 60 yr at 3107.10 per
yr. It 283, p 41. Dated Feb 16, 1899.
I'ckclo Uml to Walnlua Agrl Co Ltd;
L; Int In Ap 4, 11 I 7342, Kills 147S
and 1479, Kawalloa, Walalua, Oahu;
25 yrsnt $10 per r- I) 283, p 45. Da
ted Oct 12. 1901
Kst of 11 I Illshop by trs to Wm
W Clnodate; L; Int In pes land, Kawal
oa, Walalua, Oahu; 42 jth 9 mos nt
150 per yr. D 283, p 46. Dated Jan 2,
Vt of II P Bishop by trs to Wm W
Ooodale; Consent; to AL of Int In pc
land, Kawalloa, Walalua, Oahu. B
283. p 49. Dated Jan 26. 1906.
Wm W Ooodalo to Walalua Agrl Co
Ltd, AL; Int In pc land, Kawalloa, Wn
lalua. Oahu; $1. II 283, p 60. Dated
Kob 19, 1906.
Joseph Kalantmauloa ct al by gdn
to S Shlmamolo atty of; I,; pc land,
Walalua, Oahu; 10 yrs at (40 per yr.
H 283, p SO. Dated Kcb 11, 1905.
Utt of B P Bishop by trs to Walalua
Agrl Co Ltd; L; Int In por HI' 4iio,
Kul 7713. Ap 34, Paalankal, Walalua.
Oahu; 15 yrs at $100 per an. B 283,
p 55. Dated Juno 3, 1901.
J Alfred Magoon to Watalua Agrl
Co Ltd; L; Ap 1, II P 889, Kul 4312,
I'aalaa, Walalua, Oahu; 30 yrs at 150
porr. 11283. p 55. Dated Oct 1, 1903.
Mrs R Davles to Walalua Agrl Co
Ltd; L: Int In pc land, I'aalaa, Wala
lua, Oahu; 25 yrs at (85 per yr. II
284, p 68. Dated Oct 1, 1904.
J II Schnack and wf to M U Monies;
D; por K P 6171. Ap 4, Kallhl, Hono
lulu; (408. B 277, p 489. Dated Dec
Emma Baker (widow) to Adrian .V
Keolio tr; D; Int in por Qrs 3334, 3339
and 3333, Young and Kccaumoku Sts,
Int In poi" II P 3 and taro lands, Wal
klkl, etc; both Honolulu; int In Aps
1 and 2, R P 7763, Kul 11220, Kaula,
Molokal; fro. B 277, p 491. Dated
Mar 13, 1906.
Wllmot Vrcdenbure nnd wf to Max
Campbell, D; lots 75, 35 and 36 of
Or 4017 and bldgs, Puukapu home
itcrnl S Kohala, Hawaii; (1. II 278,
p 263. Dated Mar 5, 1906.
Max Campbell to Norah Vredcn
burg: D; lota 75, 35 and 36 of Or 4017.
and lildgi, Puukapu homestead. S Ku
hala. Hawaii. (1. B 278, p 261. Dat
ed Mar fi, 1906.
Hamakua Mill Co to Samuel Fried
enberg; Sur L; lot 22, map 11, I'ohn
hakea homestead tract, Hnmakua, Ha
waii. B 283, p 60. Dated Mar 8, 1906.
Recorded March 14, 1906.
Eliza Johnson to Arthur M Mm rill;
.?. . . v. ,i.i i.t. o l-..i
...... lU.I, .-." .1 .MUH1 mi ...i . Iui
7713, Ap 4, and Ap 2 of por Kul 199,
Walawa, Ewa, Oahu; 1375. B W0, p
499. Dated Mar 14, 19u.
dear, Lansing & Co by trs ct al to
Nancy L A McStocker; I); lots 1, 2, 3,
T; V " . :.i V i i.ii. ri i..i.i i
-i, u, u, i, a, i, mm i. um ui, nuiiiiuni
tract, Honolulu; 12333.33
493. Dated Dec 22, 1903.
B 277, p
Joshua Walolunu and wf to Trs of
Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day
Saints; D; por Gr 1557, Hamakua, Ha
wall, J100. B 278. p 26S.
i,nJX, n ,nJ7,
n Board CFM.I); Int In por R P
193$, Mana ltd.
ifi'i i?,B...iJ"ii ion''
etc B 277 p
.t . .. .
Per 8 8 Siberia, for San rranclsco
Match 21. Geo. R. Howard, wife and
daughter, Dr W. D. Baldwin. Mrs. W.
p. Baldwin, Miss C Baldwin, Miss m0z iirloio nnd other formcr members
Nordmejer. Robt. Hind. .Mrs. Hind of ,ho t0ncll. Cintron, jvho was a
J1M ?.'' V .. Le'ltnd. Oeo. r. Kendall, mPmt)Cr of the rouncll front 1900 to
Ms Kendall, Miss Icnton, Miss Bat- ,s(Mi wroto aH folOWH Mayor Todd;
tello, Miss L. Dunham, Miss M. M. i .. ncvcr Bttendcd tho meetings of
Dlllliigor, Mrs. L. B Datdcm. Miss ho HOealIea Cnblnct hecauso I was
Margaret Wallace. W.D. Ilruncr, S. nocr lnVlC( to attcnd the snmo, and
Livingstone and wife. K. S. Churchill. dllrll,B ,DU four ycarg of my ncm
wife, child, mold nnd two senunts; Ucncjp a, lm.m)Cr of ,ho (0uncll I nov
Xr. W C. Blake. Misses Illako (2), cr heord that my colleagues, tho nntlvc
Mrj. L. R cc and child. Dr. O. It. Me- n)cmucn, of t,n council, wcro over In
Donogh, W. J. Mltcholl, J. A. Mo- v,ud tn attend.
Donogh, Geo E. Stark and wife, II. .., waH niiVer invltcil and therefore
O Klocksteln and wlfo Mrs J. W. Sic novcr aUcnded nny meeting of tho ox
donald, J. R. Long, T. E. Synds. B, ecmlVo council In tho presenro of the
C Latlln, E, Cannon, L, Q. Kellogg, n,nr ,i nntv nnrn did I nttenr!
W. R. Casile, A. Adams, Jno. Porwell,
Leon HonlRsbergcr. Cbas. Tschudl. G.
W Tschudl, O. II. Strong and wfte,
Sherman Denton. Miss Denton, Rbbt.
Denton, Sirs. Miller, E. J. Ilramlt. C.
C. Desmond and wife, W . F. Slont-
gomcry. it. a. wniao, jno. it. iruo
f,nd' ?' .l! u9 ' P.lac,H' "' S' TLt-
e. E. II. Miller. C. W. Rosecrans. R.
Belllna, A. F. Afonc. F. L. Waldion.
Pat "Shure, Molke, an' was yez
scared whin yez wint up wld de ponder
explosion?" Mike "Not on yez lolfc.
01 knowed lo w luld bo atther dronnln'
APPEARS FOR HEARING
MANUFACTURERS ARE PRINCL
PALLY URGENT THAT CHINESE
SHALL COME" MORE FREE-
LY TO AMERICA.
Washington, March 14, This morn
Ine was derated by Iho special sub
committee of tho House Koiclgn Af
fairs Committee to hearing the argu
ments of those favoring the modifica
tion of tho Chinese, exclusion law.
Secretary John Koord of the American-Asiatic
Society started the talk
and conducted tho heorlng Others
present, som of whom spoke, wcro
ns follows; S. D. Webb, James It.
Morte, Samual D. Dromstcr, J. W T
Nichols, Albert Cordcr, Ellsha P. Cron
khlte. New York exporters, Maxwell
Hvarls, representing tho Pacific Mall
Company; K. A. Smyth, V. M. Mont
gomery, W. E. Bcattlo, South Carolina
cotton manufacturers; Marshall Cush
Ing, secretary of the National Manu
facturcrs' Association; C. S. McCall,
New England Cotton Manufacturers1
Association! T. I. Hickman, Southern
Industrial Association; Bishop D. 11.
Mooro. formerly of China, now of Ore
gon; Bishop Earl Cranston and Sam
uel U, Caspin. representing tho Mis
sionary Society of tho .Methodist
Church; Itev. Mr. Brown of tho Pros
bytcrlan Missionary Board; D. A.
Tompkins. Charlotte, N. C; James J
Hooker, Thomas P. Egnn. James Pow
ell, Cincinnati: II. LT. Miller. Jr Amer
ican Cotton Manufacturers Assocla
tlon, (lustavo A. Schwab, Charles S.
Hamlin, New York and Boston Cham
bcr of Commerce; J, I). Twiner, Ocor
gin Industrial Association.
Ilcprescntattvci Hayes and McKln
lay were present for tho California
delegation nnd nsked the witnesses
questions, The gcncrnl tenor of tho
hearing was that, unless something Is
done to condltftto tho Chinese, tho ruin
of American commerce with China
will follow. The California members
took no stock In thlH contention, and
when the hearings aro continued, af
ter the return of ltcprescntntlvo Kabn,
they will contradict tho statements of
friends of thn Tostcr bill.
McKlnlay said today: "The whole
trouble In China against America
aroao under tho Supremo Court decls
lon in the Ju Toy case, which shut out
600 Chinese annually by dcnlng the
habeas corpus privilege. Singularly,
the Foster bill contains a provision",
cleverly worded, repealing tho Ju Toy
decision practically. Tho result will
bo the upsetting of n long lino of pre
cedents, causing endess litigation and
needless expenso to tho Government."
Secretary Fnord of tho American-
ABlatlc Association, discussed tho dec
lion of tho President's messago rccom
'mending modification of tho Chinese
exclusion act. "There Is nothing rail
teal about tho changes thn President
p'oposcs," ald Foord. "Tho Presi
dent's simple remedy Is to define the
excluded class of Chinese and let all
others enter after duo consideration
by tho consular officers of tho United
States at tho port of departure in Chi
na and bearing certificates duly vised
, y tho officers."
PORTO RICO'S TROUBLES
Washington, Mnrch 10 Broad
charges ns to tho Indifference of Amor,
lean officials In Porto Itlcn to tbo wish
es nf Porto lllcnns were mado by May
or Roberto Todd of San Juan In n bear
ing before tbo HoiiKn Committee on In
sular Affairs on tho proposed bill to re
organize, the Insular (lovcrnment.
Maur Todd charged that tho nix
American mcmberH of tho executive
council, who aro also the heads of tho
departments of tho InsularvOovorn
. .!, (,A Hw. nntW-..
members of the body nnd do not oven
lnlto them to meetings of tbo coun
cil This body Is both cxeciitlc and leg-
Islallve l-i I s functions, and stands In
,. i,i ... b,,, . ,, r,..n
of Delegates of Porto Itlro. Under the
present government organization the
cloven members of this body nre ap
pointed by tho President of tho United
ainlna nn,l I I j fnntili-A.I I li n t dnlu 1 vm
ui"'n uitu iv - i .iii. itiv iutt iv
of tfc(,m nl, t0 ,,orto jUcang Con
. .....&,l1.. 1... ..l,... I..uu tl.nt ,..!
represenlatlon Is wholly Inadenuato
', ,hpv ,..,. ,hn, ,h' . rnntod
n Sf,nntc ,0 u0 elected by tho peoplo
Instead of tho council.
In support ot his chnrgo that the
imthca In tho council aro Ignored, Ma
Iy0r Todd presented letters from Ro
cn(lo MaUncnro cintron. tho present
g.i,n. nf ti... iinun nfnMLimtcx nml
formcr member of tho council. J. Go-
, mcolnK of tho cxccutlvo council
...i.i n. ,..inr nnn. ht nnt in
tno ,ir08CnC0 of ,ho Governor.
.., onIy havo , ,,,, ,nat a mcctlng of
,be executive council which I attend-
ed a8 memucr 0f such body was when
, aake(j what waK ,no atalug of ,ho
n-lve members of the council nnd I
was' , ,, by Mr Hollandor that
toey were morc nK,ireheads."
Oesturo languago still exists In parts
of Australasia Borne tribes possess so
excellent a code that It Is almost as ct
flclent as a spoken language.
Any woman who suffer from
cramps, Dackaehe, Nervou erj
Sick Headache, Poor Appetite, Cos-'
tlvenes or General Weaknees
needa tho Bitters to make her well
again. It has cured thousands Inl
the past 60 years. In cases ot In J
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, I
stands first. Try a bottle
W. P. FULLER 4 CO8 PURE PRE
PARED PAINT Is made of Pure White
Lead, Pure White Zinc and Pure Lin
seed Oil, and these pure materials are
properly combined In correct propor
tion. The result Is a high-class paint with
a splendid gloss finish and excellent
wearing qualities. Thero Isn't a better
or more durable paint made.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 80. KING 8T.
Alexander & Baldwin
. 9. COOKE Manager
II. F. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vic President
W. M. Alexander.. .8econd Vice Pre.
L. T. Peck TWrd Vie Pre.
J. Waterhoui ... Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. 8mlth Director
COMMISSION MERCHAN1S and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku 8ugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian 8ugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company.
Another Shipment of
AT 1048 50 ALAKEA ST.,
DY J. C. AXTELL & CO,
P. O. BOX 842.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
CAMARA & GO,,
QUEEN AND ALAKEA STREET8.
TEL, MAIN 492.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Order delivered to all part of city.
Electric Flash ligh's
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 315. Union St. nr. Hotel
NOW I8N'T THIS APPEALINQI
FRESH THREE DAYS
"What?" The home-made bread (old
Alexander Young Hotel
Absolutely fire-proof, finest cut
sine, elegantly furnished and the
best of service.
NOAH W. ORAY Manager
Honolulu, T. H.
The Weekly Edition of tho Evonlng
Bulletin gives a comploto Bummary off
the new ot tbo day. For SI yeir'
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tho steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port a hemuUUan
FROM 8AN FRANCI8COS
SIERIIA APIL 4
ALAMEDA APR. 13
SONOMA APIL 25
AI.AMUDA MAY 4
VENTURA MAY 16
ALAMEDA MAY 25
In conner'Jon with the tailing of the above steamer, the agrata
prepared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through ticket, fey ag
railroad from Ban Francisco to all points In the United State, out tnm
New York by any steamship lmo to all European porta
FOn FURTHER PARTIOULAIIS APPLY TO
Wm G. Irwin & Co, Ltd
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO, GENERAL AQENT8.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co., and Toyo
Btiamer of th abov companies will call at Honolulu
leave this port on or about the
POR JAPAN AND CHINA.
IIOXQKOXO MAItU MAR. 21
KOREA MAIL 29
COPTIC APIL 7
SIBERIA APIL 14
AMERICA MAUU APR. 21
MONGOLIA MAY 2
CHINA MAY 9
' Call at ManLlv
for general Information apply to
HL Hackfeld &
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S CO
Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific
From Now York to Honolulu
8.8. "CALIFORNIAN" to till APRIL S
8.8. "ALASKAN" ... .to all MAY 1
Freight rccctTed at all times at the Company's Wharf. 41st Street, Soutte
From San Francisco To Honolulu Direct.
8.8. "NEVADAN" to nil MAR. 22
8.8.-NEORABKAN" to sail APRIL 12.
Freight received at Company' Wharf, droenwlch Street,
and each month thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to San Prnnclaco.
8.8. "NKVAXUN" to (ill 'APRIL 1
8.8. "NCBflASKAN" to tail APR. 22
Pro" Sonttlo and Tacoma to Honolulu
8.6. "NEDRA8KAN" sail APRIL 6-
8.8.-NEVADAN- to (all APR. 27.'
For further Information apply-at
C, P. MORSE,
General Freight AgnL
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
n Steamship Company.
SteamoTB of the above lino, rumlag In acocaoatlon with Ue CANADIAJl
PACIFIC RAILWAY OO. between Voneouvei, H. O., and Byffnoy, N. . H
and calllnt -t Victoria, D. O, Honolulu and Suva. FIJI, and Brisbane, a
DUE AT HONOwiH.U oa or about the date below stated, ida.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, D. C, Prom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Brlebano and,, BrUncy) I (For Victoria and Vancouver, B. CJf.
MIOWCHA APRIL t'wOANA AI'RIL 4
MOAN-A AY 5 MAHENO MAY
MAIH'.NO JUNE I AORANOI . MAY 30
Through Tlclrota Issued from Hoaolulu to Canada, United lUtao oa
Burope. For Frotitbt and Paacaf anil all general Information apply U.
Thoo. H. Davl i & Co.. Ui General Agents.
Union Express Co., 63 Queen Street,
BRANCH HU8TACE PCCK CO, LTD. '
Having baggage oontrtct with the following Steamship Co.'s Llnaai
Oceania 5ramhlp Oo. Pacific Mall Steamship Co.
Occld' iial & Oriental 8temhlp Co.
Wilder 8. 8. Co. Toyo Klsen Kaisha 8teamhtp Ce.
We check your outgoing baggage at your home, saving jnu the troamla
and annoyance of checking on the wharf
Incoming baggage eheclcod oa timers ot above comp.s and AVK
erod with quickness and dlspstdb at your home.
TELEPHONE MAIN B.
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell, Vic Preeloent; J. L. MoLaar
8aortary; A. P. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Qedge, Auditor; Frank Hut 'i
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
DEALERS IN j
Firewood, Stove and Steam Coal.
A-LSO WHITE AND BLACK SAND. TELEPHONE MAIN tM.
Our $65 White
are marvela of beartv and du
rability. They stand 6 feet 8
Inohes, the our slot are fit
ted with removable tableta
wltti ralaed letter. Endonted
by The Selentlfle American"
a moea-proof and strictly
So' Agent for Island. Box 184.
The Bike Doctor. I cava a big
stock ot wheels. Repairing
our specialty. Wheel Rent
ed, Two Stores: 163 Klg 8U
Hotel near River.
Fine Job FrtnUng CU TLe BulIeUt
Fom 8AN FRANCISCO.'
ALAMEDA MAIL 21
SONOMA APIL I
ALAMEITA APIL IS
.VENTUIIA APIL 24
ALAMEDA MAY U
SIEHUA MAY IB
ALAMEDA MAY 30
date below mentioned:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
AMEI11CA MARU MAIL ST.
SKEOTOLTA ATR. V
CHINA APR. 1-
NIPPON MARU APR. 2V
DORIC MAY Z
Co., Ltd., A
H. Haclcfelcl & Co., Lt
pure distilled waVe
Delivered to any port ot
city by courteous driver.
Oahu Ice and Electric Ct
Kewtlo. Telephone Blue lilt
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers In Lumber and Ca?i-
ALLEN A ROBINSON,
Ciun St, Honolulu.
Ye I Qet
8ANITARY PLUMBING AND
tt R1QHT PRICE8 when you ord-
S K. AKI Sr CO,-
loss IKITH TntT..
iii.rt s i-