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filiation tor the weik mil tiK April
Gth, 1906, nr the llall and Weekly
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Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Mar. 31 2430
Monday, Apr. 2 (special) 4565
Tseuday. Apr. 3 2176
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Thursday, Apr. 5 21S3
Friday', Apr. 6 2178
Average dally circulation 270S
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Mar. 27, 1908 2372
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. . ..1062
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ISKAL April, A. I) 1D0C.
I. H. DUHNCTTE,
Nottry Public. First Judicial Circuit.
APU1L 10. 100E..
If I lie Itullnim on!) knew It. a big
Kahuna fioui U.iwail cuuld settle Ve
uiliis In Hlmrt order.
-i I.Pt the Canadian boat win tho ocean
rat- to I law nil and every season will
Ktv an Vmerlcau jaiht iccklng the op
portunity to take Hawaii's cup acrosj
llolslcln'H query whether tho small
farmer can do nil thing but (jet Into
debt sounds somewhat sarcastic, but
Just the same, the people are Interest
ed in the answer made to him.
Thcso delegations nuking calls to
discuss the stref-iai venire nil make
It manUest that they hae no objection
to an lmproed service for tho others,
proldeil they nre not tailed upon to
iiintrlbiite a few minium of their own
Mouths ago It was said that ever
vlkllor to Hawaii would be n walking
advertisement of the glories of th
islands According to reports from all
Hdes tbcic advertisements are so en
tliuslastlc that they havo to write In
order to more spccdll ninlui known
I heir Jo
WORK WHERE WORK IS MOST
AtMirnnco that Hawaii can never
Buffer by reason of association with
other out! Ing possessions Is very grat
Ifylr.g. Wo ore Inclined to believe,
however, from past experience that
this assurance can only ho made, to
rn r J by constant effort on the part of
Hawaii to e-diiento the people of tho
mainland, and Congress or well, on
the subject of exact conditions. Under
any circumstances, wo doubt that Ha
wall will havo causo In the Immediate
futuro to quarrel over tho Insular l!u
reau problem. Meanwhile It should
pot waste time needlessly.
Ilcgardlosa of speculative Improve
ments that might be created by u shuf
fle, of tho Department cards In Wash
ington, Hawaii's status Is primarily
what Hawaii makes It. If our people
show themselves to bo wldo nwuke,
loyal, nggresslvo and balanced with
common tense, tho power of the Islands
nttho National Capital will not ho de
termined by tho Department throned
which lis affairs me, handled or by tho
piTEuiiuiiiy or pinnies or the President,
or Cabinet Sccreturlci.
Then) ought to bo no controversy
over tho development of Hawaii along
llnej that will command attention, let
tho Department In chargo of our affairs
be vvl nt It may. Let us moko Hawaii's
position so strong and so Inr advanced
that tho changes of possible Depart
ment responsibilities or Department
headc will not bo a source of such con
stout worry. Hulld up Hawnll at homo,
strengthen Its reputation us an Amerl
an Territory, send nhlo leprcsentu
tlvew to speak for It at tho Capitol,
nnd wo havo a condition that brings
tibout tho desired lesultB promptl
perriaticntly, and In tho most satisfac
i Thcro nro many details In tho Amer
ican government which In tho esteem
of many might ho Improved for tho
honellt of Hawaii. It is better foi all
concerned tu devote all our best ener.
glcj to tho Improvement of Huwnll fur
tho benefit of tho American govern-
.1.. ti -w.
SOLICITING CHINESE STUDENTS
More then one Intelligent citizen of
Hie I lilted dtotos believes that our
louutry will nap a double benefit by
mnkliiK " greater effort to utidertlntid
the Chinese, At the present time our
position is th.it of having made up oui
minds that we vnnt nntlilni; to do wllh
II em but all the while demanding that
the Orlintnl slull deal kindly with us
mid buy ill our merchants,
l.'nois of the pleseut policy haH
Inn obvious In men in tho Orient
whose business has been serloilsly In-
lurid bv the retaliatory measures
adopted bj the Chinese merchnnts. Tho
Idea seems graduallj to be working its
wuv into the minds of inalnl.iudcri
ultherto Indifferent or Ignorant.
I)r IMmund .1 James president of
imc i uiversiiv in nullum lias piopim-d
'hat the Cnlted States send n nimmli
fclim to China to extol the advantages
of loiieginte traliiltiK In America nnd
u-ge Chlnise sludents to matriculate
I r eiillcgcs and universities. His
aim Is to iiililiute a moiu friendly
liellng between tin Cnlted States and
'Mils. In n wu. puts the cart before
.be Inn se. beiMiise the present lack of
friendship bitwien our country ami
China Ik due to ourselves nnd our
treatment of students. Many Chinese
students would like to nttend our col
leges If the were not Ireatcd like
thieves and robbeis striving to break
Inlu exclusive preserves Our iml
vei sides mu be excellent but tbel
have not operated to Improve the Im
Surh n commission should be nromot
cd. however If for no other reason than
what it would leant of China. Other
nations deal with the Chinese without
s.uriiliiiiK their own Interests or self'
(esprit. A loinmlsslon ritch as Pres
ident Jumes proposes could not fall tu
absorb knowledge from viewing the
methods of our competitors In the Or
ient KEKAIIA SCHOOL.EXIIIBIT
Vv'almea, Kauai, April 9. Kckaha
school had the usual Easier exercises
last Wednesday with an attendance, of
more than 200 visitors from nil over
the district These occasions aro be
coming unite an event In these parts
and nre very much cnJocd by jotiug
Nor were the visitors disappointed
this time, when they gathered In the
olwais trim school vard: for exercises
as n rule arc held under tho clear Ke
l.aha sky The romantic moonlight
and the subdued shimmer from ntimer
oiik Jnpaneso lanterns, hung on thn
verandas nnd from the branches of
the trees, lit up tho engcr fnces of thn
pupils, as they each and all rendered
their proofs of the excellent (mining
they arc getting from their teachers.
All went without a hitch as usual nt
this school, and even when It come to
tho piece de resistance, n dramatized
rendering of Hiawatha, tho children
bore themselves as If they hod been
accustomed to act beforo audiences for
n ninny years as they were old.
Tho vvholo entertainment bore
ness 'o the fart that tho school with
Miss Tinkler as prlnrlral anil tho
Misses Sheldon nnd Whltllngtnn or
nsslFtanta, Is In tho best of hands, nnd
Is turning out results second to none
on tho Island,
The public Is thankful to Miss Tink
ler lor arranging thcso even's so a
to tnko place at night and thereby gjv
Ins a chance to nttend them to many
who would be prevented In daytime-'
i:thfl "Tell us. Mr Wylkyns. whlcl
of us do you think Is tho prettier I ni
my sister Alss?" Mr Wylkyns "Ileal
ly. Miss Tthel. I don't know what to
fay. When I look at either of jou. I
think It Isn't possible that there coulif
ho any ono In tho world more beau
tiful." Somorvllle Journal.
"Yes, I picked up his book last night
and I never budged out of my chair
mull 4 o'clock this morning" "Onod
ncss' Was It that Interesting?" "No,
but I didn't wake up until that time."
f. V vTO0HBOO ftftOKEN3.
Furnished House, Beretanla
Street; 4 bedrooms; pos
session May 1, 1900 S50.00
No. 1246 Klnau 8t 25!u0
Lunalllo Street 5000
Walklkl Beach 1000
Emma Street IloioO
Gandall Lane 25 00
College Hills 3500
Young Street 35.00
MODERN COTTAGE AND
LOT 100 x 150
Owner leaving country.
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i-jiii. .1 .. ., . V... ,
t Books. Rook nIi i
People and Things ?
't fs Tfntitd.llntin 1.. n . ...
.T - '& -
A short sketch of tho rtepubtlc of
.unci., nun Komc or Its great men.
Among these arc Cnniturent in,,i,,
Hugo. Oambetta nnd many others Al
liert Mllhniid Is the author.
"HlEtoIre tie France." Uy A. Aulnrd
& A. Dcbtdour. Hoards. Cloth
back. 408ii. IMounrd Comely et
Cle, Pails. IVanco. fr fit),
This general history "deputes l'An-
tlqiilto jusiiu'a nos Jours" is by M.
Aulerd, professor In tho University of
Paris, nnd A. Dehldmir, director gen-
erai of Public Instruction. Tho book
is vven prlnteil nnd Illustrated, nndlernl queer frenks, as. for Instance,
furnishes In n simple stylo nil that when she placed herself prostrate on
the average student ought to know
about the Interesting country now oc
cupied by the Trench.
At tho end of each chapter arc ques
tions on the subject covered, whllo
there Is an Index.
Heglniicrs lu Trench will find this
volume a good reading book.
"La Trance et ses Colonics " Ily Tollx
-miner, rnpor. iszpp. Hdounrd
Comely et Cle, Paris, Trance.
Price 1 franc.
A very timely anil Interesting trea
tise on tho growth of the mother coun
try and her colonies, Tho book might
well be read lu connection with stud-
leu on Imperialism, commcrco and tho
government of our outlying dependen
clcs. Perhaps the Trench arc not
good colonizers, but they can nt least
furnish us with object lessons for our
POET'S TRIBUTE TO CARNEOIE.
The dedication of Joaquin Miller's
latest book, "The Untitling of tho City
Deoiitlfull," which reads: "To Andrew
Carnegie , tho llullder of Libraries
tleautlful," calls to mind this story:
When they were members of the All
thor'H Club, Miller ono day wrote In
"Hero's to King Ned, and hero's to our
And hero's to old Oom Paul,
Hut a single twist of Carnegie's wrist
Id choosu Instead of them all."
In speaking of tho matter Carneglo
ram: "t nad tins samo Utile verso
framed and hung In my hall at Sklbo
Castle, when King Udward camo to
. . .... .... j.. ..
vls.t me. Tho royal guest paused and
began to read:
"'Hero's to King Ned,' why, that'8
me, Mr. Carnegie, that must mean me.
Ho, ho. ho! 'And hero's to our Ted'
why, that Is your President, Mr. Car
negie ho. ho, ho! 'And hero's to old
Oom Paul.' His Majesty frowned, for
mo lloer wnr vvns In progress,
"lint a single twist of Carnegie's
wlt-i,v'L I'd chooso Instead of them nil.'
Ho, ho, ho! laughed tho King."
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in KaimukI Lots
HOMES FOR SALli
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Real Lace Boleros
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o AND o
Shirt Waist Patterns
GRASS LINCN, blue or white,
IRISH LINCN, all white,
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New Radium Silks
THE LATE8T EASTERN NOVELTY.
All plain shades, Including black,
white, pink, and Alice blue, double
width, per yard 1.50
Figured, handsome effects, double
width, per yard S2.50
Ladies Bathing Suits
All sizes to 44, stunning effects,
S2.50 to go each
Tna YVckly Edltloi of the Evening
Bulletin bIvoh a complete summary of
the nvwB ot the day.
SI IE 1HED
lMother - ln - Law Cause Of
Tho divorce suit of Krnnk Oouvela
vs. Hllzabetli Oouvela, wlilch was
heard by Jiulgo Lindsay this forenoon,
prcsenteil n great many InterestliiK
variations on tho ancient tlicmo of u
trouble cnuslng mothei-lu law.
The Hbcllntit suld Hint -his wife had
caused tniich troublo by telling him
tnlec nbout his mother-In law, wllh
whom they wera living. She had scv
tho bed, with n sheet draped over heir
body nnd a towel over her bend, lying
inotlonelss llko ono dead. To hclKhlctl
the effect sho had placed n rovolvcr
bestdo her. This tableau greeted her
husband when ho returned from won.
hut, ho stated, ho soon found out that
sho was not dead. Whither tho dis
covery roused him grief or Joy he did
An attempt on tho part of the wlfo
to poison her helpmeet was tho strnw
which broko the camel's back. Oou
vela said on tho stand that n small
girl called his attention to his wife's
peculiar actions. Ho went out Into
the kitchen nnd caught her in tho act
of putting poison in the stew
I wouldn't mind living with her."
said Oouvela, "If I wasn't arrald that
she would poison me, Sho has tried It
onco and' may do It again, and then
gel off by 8n)lng that shos crazy.'
Mrs. Oouvela, who docs not look to
bo much above 1G, denied strenuously
mil sno nmi tried to poison her bus.
band. Tho poison, she said, sho In.
tended to tnko herself, hecaiiso her
motl.cr-l.vlnw nlndo her very miserable
by telling stories about her to her hus
band 8ho stntcd further that when
tho kltcjien tragedy had occurred sho
ran out to the cemetery. Sho knelt
ot her father's grave and was wills
pcrlng her troubles to the dear depart
ed when her husband arrived on the
scene nnd began beating her. On, Iry
Ing to escapo sho fell over n tombstone
and Was knocked senseless.
Mrs. .Oouvela was of the onlnton
that If her husband would consent to
move from his mother's hntuip, they
could l(yv happily together, judgo
Llmlkay.ttiCuuuL.to wjajstlji, divorce.
On May 12, nt 12 o'cluck noon at the
Court House, Honokan, Hawnll, there
will be sold at public auction sevci.il
pieces of Government land Rltunte lu
I'aaullo Tract, Hamakun lfnr further
particulars sco ad, this Issue.
A deplorable accident happened to
ono of the laborers working on tho road
gnus bfyond Kllohnna, Kuual. The
lneriiwere excavating a bank in (order
to get material for tho fill, wlidi'sud
dcnly, the earth came tumbling down.
AllJJiit one succeeded in getting away
In lime. Tho unfortunate man vfas
caught by tho descending mass und
thrown ngnlnst the track with tho re
sult that his leg was broken below the
knee, Tho sufferer vvns taken to the
hospital where Dr. Wilkinson attend
ed to his injuries.
Tho great Kekahn ditch Is now about
to become, an actual fact, as tho sov or
al parties Interested, tho Ooveriuneilt,
Oay & Hobluson, and tho Kckaha Sug
ar Co., havo como to an ngreement.
Work Ih to bo let nut on contract to
several gangs lor smaller parts of Ihu
line and Mr. Mnlonoy Is tn havo tho
inspection of Its construction. uarucn
njai" lli-rjlns the Mntnr.
"Como 1111, then! I'm who Imlred, so
luliul jour tlre.i!" KLcteli.
A Klik Comlnir.
Kid -Gosli I I wish that this old gent
smoked cigars wot didn't draw so
rj " 'tic
J I, ,r
r t - T3vf -issrr.-aiiH
Llbuo, Kauai, Apill V. Another of
the contests occurred nt the bowling
aley Saturday, March 31, with tho In
terest at whlto heat and consequent
excttlons of skill nnd muscle. The
"Irish and Dutch" combinations from
St. Patrick's Day hnd not turned up
ti full forco nnd It was thorcforo nco
essnry, to modify tho groupings to a
great extent, a circumstance which,
huwever, did not seem to dampen th
iiuthuslnsm, Hvcn in this tho so call
cil "Irish" team como off conquerors,
though It can hardly bo considered de
cisive ,as they had valuable asslstanco
from two "Dutch "
After tho two first of tho threa
games fought for had boon played, tlm
K- Molin 147 138
r. Crnwrord 12(1 123
.1. J. Hlnrlli ins ?nn
II. Kroellclv 131 123
Harold Hlco 03 131
J. Hogg ni HI
C Moser mi 137
If. Walters 132 H9
0. Winter 120 jjj
Chni,. lllco 122 tcs
W. Schlcbor 92 110
K. Weber 81 SI
Xlr. J. J. Illortli on this occasion suc
ceeded In breaking tho record of tho
alley by scoring 200, beating tho for
record by two points, tho former roe.
ord having bcon 198.
The Moklhana Club (Llhtie) held If n '
regular monthly meet nir ast WVilnen
day, Owing to tho Inclemency of tho
weather tho attendance was mihr
slim, only fourteen Indies having veil
tured out In splto of tho rain. Japan
Is now the subject treated by the club
aim proves a most interesting study
Mrs. W. II. Itlco. Sr read n selection
from Stoddard's lecture, giving n very
clear Idea of tho country und Its peo
ple. r.Ms, W. II. Itlcc. Jr.. next claimed
the attention of those present by her
very nhlo paper on life and customs lu
Japan, whllo Miss Hlslo Wilcox treat
ed tho Ph steal Aspect of Japan fn n
very iuciu manner, airs. c. A lllcc
and Mrs. It J Wilkinson acted as host
esses on this occasion, needless to suy
In a charming manner.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE OF SALE
OF LANDS 8UITABLE FOR TO
DACCO, COFFEE AND OTHER
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, May
12th 190C, al the Court HouscfJIono;
kaa, Hawull, theru will bu sold at Pub
lic Auction under the provisions' of
Part 4, Bcctlon 17, Land Act, 1S95, tho
.allowing pieces of land all sltuato In
Paai'llo Tract, Hamakun, Hawaii:
1. Lot No. 17, Arcn 74.7 acres, togeth
cr vVltii rosorvo strip between Lots
.17 nnd 10, area 25.27 ue'res and re
berve strlpo between Lots 17 ntul
18, area 11.00 acres. (Klght of way
for 30 It. road reserved thiough this
Total Area, 111.03 acres. Upset
2. Itcscrvo strip between Lots 13 and
Area 21.5C acres. Upset price,
3. Reserve strip (A) between Lots 14
Area 10 00 acres. Upset price,
4. ncscrvo strip (D) between Lots
II and 1G.
Area 19.70 acres. Upset price,
5. Itcscrvo strip between I.ots 15 and
Area 1S.82 acres. Upset prlco
C. Ilesorvo strip between Lots 20 and
Area 12.73 acres. Upset price,
7. Iteservo strip between Lots 23 nnd
Area 9.C9 acres. Upset price.
8. Itcscrvo strip between Lots 21 nnd
ncres. Upset price.
9. Iteserve strip between Lots 25 nnd
Area 8.22 AcroB. Upset price.
Terms: Cash. U. S. Oold Coin.
Tor plans nnd further particulars ap
ply at Land Department, Honolulu:
Ijind Ollleo. Hllo: or nt ofncn of rtnn
gor Jos. Prltchnrd, Honokaa.
JAS. W. PKATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu. Anrll 10th. 1D00.
3354 Apr. 10. 14, 21. 28; May 5, 11
WKiy 245 Apr. 17, 24; May 1, 8.
CONSTRUCTION OF DOUNDARY
FENCE, HONUAULA FOREST
RE8ERVE, NORTH KONA, HA
Proposals will bo received at tho or.
flco of the Hoard of Commissioners of
Agriculture nnd Forestry, Government
Nursery. King Street. Honolulu. Oahu.
until 12 o'clock noon of Monday. Ainll
23. 1900, for tho construction of two
(2) miles, moro or less, nf wire fence,
nlong tho Northwest nnd Southwest
boundary of tho said reserve, Incliul
Ing tho hauling of wlro from Kallua
Specifications nro on fllo In tho onico
of tho Hoard In Honolulu, and with
Mr. T, C. Whlto. Kealakckua, Norh
Kona, Hawaii, from whom copies may
Illda must bo enclosed lu envelopes,
nddtesscd to .Mr. C. 8. Holloway, r.x
ecutlvo Officer, Hoard of Agriculture
and Forestry, Hox 331. Honolulu, Oa
hu, endorsed "Ilonuaula Forest Itc
scrvo Fcnro" nnd received before 12
o'clock noon, on Monday. Am 11 23d.
Tho Hxccutlvo Officer reserves the
right to reject any or nil bids.
C. 8. HOLLOWAY,
Honolulu. T. IL, April 9, 1900;
''i'Jtfjg'jAjite' JM'Wii'j "fe!' jtugpaai
Willcox & Gibbs New Automatic
THE FAVORITE TAMILY MACHINE.
GARLAND STOVES and RANGES
A CARLOAD JU3T TO HAND. OCT THE DEBT.
COFFEE and TEA POTS
NICKEL-PLATED ON PLANISHED COPPER.
WHITE CHINA for DccoraUnp;
EDDYS REFRIGERATORS and Ice Chcsls
THE OLD ORIGINAL DIRECT JtJM THE FACTORY. STILL
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
, We are paying special atentlon
and In our fully equipped premiteo
turn out me oest 01 worK.
We make a specialty of painting vehicles and guarantee that all
work entrusted to us will be executed in first-class shape and at mod
The building of wagons, drays nnd carriages Is olco undertaken by
us and this department Is supervised by expert earrlagcmen.
CARRIAGE REPAIR DEPT., Queen St., bet. Fort and Alakca Sis.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
Wc pack, haul and ship your
goods and save you money.
Dealers !n STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storaee in Brick Warehouse,
CUT OFF HIS ABM
Llhuo. Kauai. April 9. A sad accl-
ilciu luiipened to one of the locnino-
live llrcmcn on tho plantation railroad
iubi 1 iii-iiii) , no inuu, .nun in, leu 1
the ciiglno for somo purpose or other!
while It was standing on tho track ovcr'TI,- .,,,, ,,.
by Orovo Kami, nnd bending over right 1 "1C twc" ray
In front of the locomotive, held hl'l which are raging
aim over tho rail. The engineer, wlioj
was unaware or tho man's ilangnr, I high.
etnrtcd up. with tho icsult that the arm
was cut off at the elbow The sulTcier
Was Immediately taken to tho Llliii'!
linaiiltnl uhnrn lit UMIl IncAn .
I- wv 11 iiniunviM h
him tho necessary ntto.it. on,
' The accident wnn a. particularly Rail
tltt A nn lnlln t n ln .. !.. ..... 1 .... i
on tho plantation for cloven ;enrs. win
newly married, his wedding i in Inn
been solemnized nt tho Y. M. C. A.
about a month ngo.
To The Public
I for one, with gladness hall with
wolcomo Wnllnch's Indian llemedlCH
nnd especially his pllu cure, which I
know frum experience) to bo uiicipialcd
in Itn magical effect. Do nut bo fooled
by u biinih of testimonials as given
by patent medicines, for It roit mo nil
my earnings for years and found them
nil fakes and a big lot of lies, mi bo
ware of any Kind of testimonials tin
les you ran find them when vou want
tho persons whoso euro jou rend nbout.
Wall.irli'a Indian Itcmodlcs did me
good and will rertnlnly do you good;
It 1 as 110 equal on the markets of
America. If jou try Wnilach's I nil Inn
Itcmedles jou will never be without
thorn again. It Is really a twentieth
century wonder nnd I for ono again
cry 11n.11 vvaimclis Indian llemodlca
Yours in behalf or nil sufferers,
MHS. JULIA TII.I.ANI)i:,
2539 Itoso at., Knllhl. Honolulu,
Mado by J. LOW WAI.I.ACII.
All Druggists. P. O. Hox 577.
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rlnn up Halelwa Hotel, Kino S3.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour train, leaves at 8:22 a. m.:
11,-ta finrt Hfn.iH.I .. . N . I '
returning, arrives In Honolulu at 10:10
J. M. Davis
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
1256 FORT OT. near DERETANIA.
6c vlng machines rented, $2.50 per
A machine cleaned and put In or
Wank hooka of, all sorts, loilmra
elc, manufactured by tho Hullotln Pub.
to Carriage and Wagon Repairing
on Queen street are prepared to
Schuman Carriage Co,, Ltd.
126 KinE Sf. Phone MalnSs"1
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'01"" pcepera on our new linn of 1900
Suitings. A new lot by Sir, Ncrndan
'just opened up.
The Coal looking
O 5i (J 10 oU
Our Clothes are
Geo, A. Martin
, HOTEL ST.
OPEN SATURDAYS UNTIL 9 P.
SOLID KOA DRESSER, HIGHLY
POLISHED, WITH LARGE
FOR A 8HORT TIME ONLY. !
Coyne Furniture Go,
HOTEL AND UNION STB.
WT 6. IRWIN& CO., LTD.
Agents for tin
floyal Insure nco Co. of Liverpool, Eng,
'illlaice A?:urance Co. of London,
Icotilsh Ur.un & National Ins. Co. of
Fhs Association of Philadelphia.
Alllancs Insurance Corporation Ltd.
Wllhelma of Magdeourg General Inr
LARGE STOCK OF
1120 NUUANU ST.
TELEPHONE WHITE 718.
that suits everyone's taste Is the ona
served by the
OPP, POLICE 8TATION.
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Bulletin gives a completa summary of
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