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I'.VENINH MU1.LET1K, HONOLULU. T. II.. MONDAY, AI'ltlL 23, 1300.
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of tlio lim.l.KTIN I'FM.IHIIINtl
COMPANY. I.IMITUIl being llrxt ilill
mvorti, on oath. depose unci suvh
That the- following In n true nml tor
rcct statement of clrctilntluu for lite
week i-ndlng Friday. April TWEN
TIETH. 1000, ol tin- Pally nn.l WVi'Ul)
IMIilou of tlio livening Bulletin.
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, April 14 2435
Monday, April 16 226
Tuesday. April 17 221G
Wcdneiday.Aprll IS 8210
Thursday, April 19 .. 4002
Friday, April 20 . .. 8326
Average Dally Circulation . . 4S75
Circulation of the Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, April 17th, 1906 2382
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone ...1063
Combined guaranteed average
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fore me this 21st day or
ISCAl.l April. V.mC.
V. II HI'llNiriT.
Notary 1'iiblle, First Judicial Circuit.
.AI'ltlL 23. I90-I
WORK OF RELIEF
llnnnll's work for the needy of Kan
l-'ranclHcci has been Inaugurated In a
businesslike nml Intelligent st)lo that
glu-j ipilck relief nml makes ovei)
ilolbii count. The people of the Inl
ands are read) to give or their sub
Mauee freely besides taking care of
sueb of their own us may have boon
caught In the great illsas'er.
With the work In the hands of the
iiicn named at today's meeting our
ln'oplo may be nliMilutely certain of
their gifts going forwnnl with nil
Sliced, ami expended to the host poi
bible ndvnntngc. The contributions up
to the present time. Including die
funds gheii by fraternities, will
nnuitnt to between tlu.QOO. ami Sioo-
OiJil. ami the hiuduess kcctlun as a whole
has nut been beard from.
Tbts ilela) Is lint due to lack of lib
vrnllty but rather that the funds shall
bo lu keeping with requirements. To
innkc a sudden display without know
lug tlio rlltuttlon would be spcetncular.
xint not as cnccllve1 us the plan ful
The spirit of Hawaii Is that San
Francisco can have trom this secihm
all that is required und then mure
for good measure.
SAN FRANCISCO'S "SPLENDID
"liver) body cheerful and game"
This message epitomizing the statu
of m I ml lu S.m Francisco rings with
the real old 8.in rrnnclsco spirit It
vnii what we. expected, but It lb nunc
the less gratlfjlng.
It will l;e uciesbar) to wipe the, city
off the face of the eaitli lu order to
iniko the San rrum.-lst.aiis feel that
I lie game Is up. liven should the I. mil
bluk we arc Inclined lu bcllevo tint thu
few left would imntuliutcly call u
meeting to cilia una how boon the illy
could be. lebullt on piles. It Is not lu
tbo Kan I''iuhcIi.tu-Callforiiln-Amcri'Ui!
blood to succumb or ho uttcily cuhi
duwn uer inijtliliig. The ruins are
hardly cold In fine plans are laid 11ml
work begun for tlio rccunstruitiuu or
the .Mills building, 0110 of the mutt
coktly .structures ruined In thu lire.
I'lrst, cato for the dlttresseil. 'Ihcu
begin plans for the leionstructlnii of
the city which will lie safer and muro
inngulllieiit linn lint which was
wrecked. The latter work has now be
gun. New S.in I'ranclnui will bo 11 city of
Meel and brick which will present a
bolhl front against lire and cnrtli'iunkci
that may come In the futuie lu many
respects It will be a belter city (hough
It is Impossible lo icplaie the laud
marks tli.it llukel the present day
progtcss with lomuulle pioneer sting
files Hin frauds o In Us days of prosper
ity has lacked luiiiv desirable fitments
of ihlc pride and cohesion. In this
period of n gtcat adversity tlieio will
bo nothing wanting in courage, unity
Willi "evil) body cheerful ami
gamn," Kan riumlsco bus nun Just
begun to grow
Latest reports from fiun rrautlsro,
Mhlli bad enough at best, may be put
(low 11 as relatively leassurlug
t I'lom nil Indications the great dam
age has been donn by tho lire und the
direct loss from tho carthipiuUe ulux k
Is comparatively small And. taking
all possibilities Into ennslilerntlon. the
lns of llfn lias been low
The long list of cables reeelved
frou persons who were living In ho
IcU or hail homes within tho hinueil
district shows that tbo great majority!
itt, as w, .'inlf'ith sjijjNi ,m ,i
the city It In lilghl) piiibnli!o that
oi the people lind time to net out of
liter diM'.itditS will chow the ihlef
lorn of lire to lie among tliu class of
people living In crowded districts In
houses of weak Btritettirc Ilia' cnsll)
rell n prey to both earth tremors anil
Han Francisco was undoubtedly n
panic stricken tlty, but tlio people
ptilleil themselves together with re
inaikable despatch. Willi the wink
em r.itlltiu no piomptly anil the out
Hide oIIIph nldlliK In the tare of the
ticeil), order In alrenily fairly well re
stored. Announrctiient that the In
surancp companies will pa) the tiro
losses means that the greater part of
the proper!) hisses will he made good
and nil Immediate basis Is established
for rebuilding residence nml business
The morning paper si)s II has been
ciitltlspd fur Issuing Its fic.ik free
It Is deserving of pit) more
lli.iu critic lum Its struggle with the
news for the pant few dajs has bed.
(lie botnlias'le invorllug or an alleged
lias-tieen that newt was.
The grcttest news crisis Honolulu
Ins thus fur known round ever) otbi-i
paper In the 1 It) so far outstripped by
the modern equipment of the livening
lliiltetln that they were brought to a
1U1111I still lbe people got tbo uews
from the Ilullctlu.
Alter walling two ili) the morning
paper fouml it was so fur out of It,
ind II eiiulpmcnt so utterl) Incapable
of handling the news tli.it the flee
Job olbie specials" was the onl)
me ins of 11m kcplng before the public
s a piece of newspaper enterprise It
was on the order of n country town
b-iroo Uvery 11cnsp.1pcrm.1t1 who
knows anything of the business smiles.
NTME 10 m
According to sihediile the NIiion
Mil'., arihcd lien ills nrtiimxui nml
Is tied up to the llaikr.hl wharf Aev
cording to iirereut pl.tus she will tnko
on iirovlslon here lo meet her needs
until she uitirui to this pott from Snn
I'rani lui ci When she will sail Is net
)et stated, but will piobably be nu
llum, ccd before evening.
It Is prolinbl.- the other vessels going
to the Coast for some time will take 011
provisions enough to do them until
tlie) rctfurn to this phte ns thcte Is u
general fear that supplies will nut he
obtalnnhlo either In Kan rrnndsio or
Oakland, cmlng to the heavy demand
tiy sulicrcrs In San Kruticlsio,
.s far as ran be learned nt U10 pres
ent time, the first boat to arrive from
the Coast will be the Alnmedn. due
here .May f. She will bring to Hono
lulu the first mail from I lie Coast slnco
the e-irtbiuukc. Win liter niticli mull
was destroyed In the earthquake is .1
mutter tit considerable doubt here nt
There nre two steamers of the Amer-Iculii-lliiwalliin
Compnii) In San Fran
cisco. They are the Ncvndau and the
American, and they were both there nt
the time of the I'irthipinkc Up to
noon today nothing had been beam
from them b) the luiul agents. Tho
Nnvndnii Is duo to lenvo San Francisco
May .1 for Ibis port nml the American
should leave Sail Framlseo for Pugct
Sound She Is 10 sail from Seattle for
II iliilit April 27.
I'nlil further Information ran bo re
ceived by local shipping regarding the
commercial conditions surrounding Snn
Francisco Hay, hut few dcllnlto plans
will lu made concerning the disposal
of ships mill the handling of cargoes.
i: !;. l'axlnn of tbo Sugar Factors,
Mules that ho heard )estcrd.iy from
Itolph that the Crockett refinery Is
working und that almost all thu men
arc at work.
,js- " VlJ.TOCKlOH0 kAQRLHS,
Kaplolanl Park Addition, Monsarrat
200 ft. Frontage
Best view In Tract.
ready for building,
Low price for
Trast Co., Limited.
FORT AND MERCHANT STRCET8.
iiiftin' Hi am,
a lY.i jKU VJMrzr V
i3A.iir.. j '. .O
PRIVATC CABLES RECEIVED.
(Continued from Patje 1.)
waterfront on that side Is not nffcitcj,
"Report tbo Sonoma will not salt.
"Welch & Company's olllccs In Oik
la'Kl " rUASKlt.
The Pacific (luauo k rcrllllzcr Cora
paii) bete this morning lecelved a
cable fiom Kuperiutcmlcnt libnney of
the company's San rranclsto works nt
'ndiann nml 21th streets, .s'ontli K.-n
rranclsto. ns follows: "Damage will
Mil exceed i:,00. Uvcr) thing is wont
ing all right."
i:. I. Spalding eif Sprccfcrls liatik. this
city, this morning received u cablegram
fiom Krnser. representing llnwnll In
lellef work In Snn I'ramlscu, to the ef
fect that Spalding's cable to the Urnnd
Lodge. .Masons, of Sau Kiunclsco, hail
been received by Dr. .M. i:. llrossnun
of llomilulu, nt tho Hotel Toitralne, In
Oakland, dross man ent 1111 In the
S. S. China.
Mr. IliberdltiH of the cable tlilp lie
slorer now In thin port, this mornln
received n cable to the effcet that his
wife and child were safe.
C. It lllshop Is safe.
uakinnii. Aphll 22, .1:r.n p. m. To
vinrtiu isetimanii. noHtonirn tinnnt,..
lit: Folks safe and well. Anton
Mrs Trnnk Ilildwln's fnther. Jlr.
ivi'treiigc, or Wnshlnglon street,
hies "all well."
limit J. Waterman cables
II. Kopke wires: "Leonard flreeu
well (of Kona) snre In Oakland."
Capt. Win. A. Clnrko cables: "Wife
nml daughter both safe. In Oakland."
.Mrs. Jenny Hell: "Daughter safe"
(Resided In San Cranclsco burned cl.j
trlct.) Miss .Inula Cook: "II. C. n.iston sifo
In Oakland." lo was a pasiengor In
the last Mongolia.
IMIth Spalding, who was nt the Oc
cidental Hotel. Is reported nafo In
Ilerkeley, by Hnymoml Spalding.
vv. 11. unilton nml Crank Levy nre
snfo In Snn Francisco.
I'dwln llenner's mother nml sister
are nil right In Oaklnml.
James I-'ox received n enblo riom
Oakland Hint his sister. Mrs. II. K.
Diintnn, who left here on thu H. S.
Cblnn, Is snfc.
Judgp Stanley received n rnlilo nt
I 53 p. in, jestcrdny from Attorney
Holmes, sn)lng: "Well. Saw Schtilt
2e, I ocl.es, Roths nfter earthcpiako
ami Allien .Mcer sa)s lllshop well
Miss Anltn Phillips, nt K. 0. Ilnll
& Sons, received n enblo Hint her sis
ter Minnie Is snre.
I, l-'axnn lllshop rerelved n tel"grnm
Inst night from his sister In Oakland.
All tbo fnmlly were safe anil well.
To Harry Lewis: "All well. Olllco
Miss I.lllle Hoogs Is nil right nt All-
medn. Her brother Prank Ik now on
his way to tho Const on thu 8. 8. Ala
meda. Chester Doylo's relatives nro O. K.
In San Francisco.
Mr. Oafs Hay City folks aro nil
II. II. Mnrrlner's and bis vvlfo's fam
Hies am safe.
Mrs. C l Rhodes rerelved n cable
gram Hint her son, Cugeno Huulngtou,
nnd her sister, Mrs. SI. W. Hackus,
and Sirs. Ilnekus were well.
11. Agnsslz, of Cotton Ilros.: Fam
Fred. Klley: Snn Francisco, mother
and sister well,
W, C. Peacock: Safe, busted, writ.
Miss Kilter's relatives nre snfo.
Capt. A. I Snulu: San Francisco,
family nil well, 7HS p. in. (Sunday).
Lord & Reiser: "All snfo. signed,
"Hclser." Sirs. Jack llclsor was visit,
lug lu Snu Franc Iseo.
J. W. llcrgstiom has ivcolvud ti ca
blo toying bis fnmlly Is safe.
J. A. (Illmnii cabled J. I). I.evltoti,
I I I I !
HOUSES TO LEI
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
homes for sale
"Jrent and company
Do )utt want a pretty new dress this
week? Of course )ou do, perebnnco
Lcvciul, nnd another next week.
(Itauled (hen that jnu do want u
new dress, thu chances mo good that
)ou want II to bo of tbo light, cool.
summery kind, to get tbo hotter 01
tho loiulug hot weather,
Our offerings of Summer Wash Sin
tcrlals comprise tho cream of tho sea
sou's novelties in llallslcs. Organdies,
Slulls, etc., being priced fiom llilic
per yard up.
Wo feel reasonably ccrtiiln that )tm
will find Just what you want some
where) In our stocks, your Inspection
of which wo respectfully tullcll.
B, F. Elilers & Co.
Dealers In flood floods.
Marino Secretary and Director of Fire
man s 1 uua insurance CO.. ni nan
Frnnclero ou I'rlday, asking alter his
family The folIOHlng rcpl) was re
ceived vosterdav "IJvcrybodv well:
homo moJ. Fhenian'u Fund Hag
lmlloj to tbo meet '
San l"rancls:o, April 12. 3: 13 p. in.
To Stackublo (6 UG p m.. 8.111 rrnn
Jmiotslblci to reach Schwcriu Sent
urgent tnc83nttM tu trattou, O.ikluml,
to cablo you.
UustuuiB bulldlues standing, but nil
htr.aiotf will be in olllre Monday ntnl
uuiinois icaun,cj during week.
F. T. P. ,Vatcrh0ui.i received n c.iblo
Stu'il Sunday atte noon uiinouurlng tbo
safoty of bis wife and chlblten mul
Agncj Ljle. Ihi' monge euucludctl
"Are you In trouhl'
It would tctni that JIuwnllans In
San I't-unclsco arc fearful that thu
nuako citctiuxJ to tlio Islands.
H D. Tenet) received n cable on
Sunday In which bo was Informed that
mo enuro Dusinow ponton nun uneo-
quauors 01 1110 icsiuenco seciiou wcio
ucsirojou. -ii,o Eiisejga bald: "Ilia
utmoei courage iievatig nmong the
Th follow In; have been reported
nfft- C? 1 C.v, ., n, TV It I.... I.. I.
.v v. w. ww-.f.. w ... ..mil 1
Co.; the faintly of J. W. Jones, at Web
iter and Fultvu Mrccts; thu loii of S
John A. McCancllnis rocelved a cable
Ibis mornlug from bU hi other, J. K.
.McCandle;s, who wviit up by thu China.
Hn Is sain In Oakland.
II. II. Itentdn, ninnaccr of tlio Union
Mill, whose wllii s last address was tho
Occidental Hotel, Snn l'ranclsio, this
morning rocelved n cabin from yak
land sayiug that nh.i was tafu lu that
Mies Kate VUu is rare
John llucbei reccnou n cablo Hitn
morning sDlqc that bis children, who
WerO attending Pt Mnrv'a rlinnl In
OaHandar safo He was afraid they
iv been In San Francisco nt tcc,1 l,l.cKl- h"""y Ottnb.i. Mrs Car
ol tho carthqttakB tetibtrgs fnmlly. F. I,. Wiildum, M.
2 W. Parkhurst's family. C. P. .Morse's
(he tltuo 1
Sin. Mary L. Bcttls. matron nf On,
hu Colleen, this mornlnc received n
cnbls nnnonnclns the safety of bcr
mothnr In Bnn Frsnclsro
Pcto Lucn has hecird that his wife
nnd daughtnr are both snfo and well
II. Hackfcld & Co tl:Is morning ro
eel red .1 mcssige smlng that Sir.
Ilumburg. tbo raur.ajcr of their San
Francisco ofllec, Is sal In Ilerkeley.
Mrs. Llndomnti of Doretnnla nv-enun
today rocelv-cd a ulro stating that bor
....Uv, uu mu .in. tin uiu nuic in
Ban Francisco April 22. To Mrs.
J U. Ccn.eu, Honolulu. Safe. JOI5.
univiana, April S-. ro U ll. Ilocl.nn.
Honolulu. Ssfe. KDNA.
Sirs. Cockaj and child aro nt SIS,
24th streot, Oakland.
Sfacfnrlane, of the Union
;uudjy night ruelved tie-
MAO A Z I N B
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THE- METROPOLITAN MAGAZINE CO
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The Metropolitan Magazine "
"The fifth In the aeries of "special numbers" of "The Metropolitan Maua.
ilns will be on ssle by all newsdealers and booksellers on April 15.
' Its very attractive cover, designed by Edward Penfield, of which the
above is a facsimile In blick and white, Is reproduced In harmonious cob
ore and cannot fall to attract and please tho eye,
r; It Is a Sprlnn fiction Issue and "Decoration Day" number. Its contents
will teem with nood thlnnt appropriate to the season. Its fiction features
The Stampede. 0y ncx E. reach
The Stolen Kasaba. Dy w. a. fraser
Another "Uncle Remus" Story
Dy JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
Ships and the Sea. Dy JOseph conrad
and an appreciation by Bernard Shaw of the work of a young American
artist now in London, The above list names only a very few of the many
good things that fill Its one hundred and thirty-two pages of text and Illus
trations, ' No one can afford to miss so much of literary excellence.
Price 15 cents a copy at all periodical dealers
I following fiom tho representative of
innt company in San I ranclscti:
"Olllco gone. Hooks piobably des
troyed. Warehouse) uninjured."
The olllco hb In the Mutual Llfo
b'.tlliKng on the e tuner of Snnsomo and
Cnllltirnln streets, uppusllo tho Rank
J. V. Warren lecelved n cable twin
Ilerkeley that, "All nre well." It Is
probably from his mother or sitter,
who am the only ones knowing his
code. Wnrreli Iins relatives In Sat
Francisco, Oakland niicl Ilerkeley.
Till. ItnllnV filtilllv T W llnl.rM..i
jvvlfu and two daughters, W. O. Smiths
1 lllllintilnr iin.1 Mr llnnvfll til...... .....I
laiully uru till late.
Snn rraucbico, April 21. Frank An-
uiacic. vit wen. jjuw.
I CI be message was sent by Alfred
Doiv, whose vvlfo Is a sister of .Mrs
Frank Andimln of Cnllne,. niiti, l. ,
Dow was to have sailed for Hiiuululu
011 1110 souunn.)
Jlllls Col lego Is undamaged.
Oakland, via I;urope, April 21. To
I'.uil lscnlierg: All safe.
Oakland, April 21. To Alcxniider A.
Ii.ildwlti: All telntlvcs safe. Huslnc'b
burned except what may bo In eafes.
Will scud "Nevadan" orders north. Ad
1 . 111 mini ,v
W. M. Al.i:XANI)i:it.
Oiklnnd, Ar-rll 21 (8:30 n. 111.)
Ilackfcld: Notify Hartley bis fumll)
Is safe. FOL(li:it & CO.
P. P. Halt ley represents Folgcr & Co..
of Snn FranelEco. He leaves for San
Oakland, April 21. (S;I3 n. in. To
von Hiinim-Yuting Co.: Safe.
Tho Dredges, and Howards both lived
In the burned district of San Francisco.
Snn Francisco, April 21 (2:10 n m.)
Kveobod) well. It. UOSCNUmiH.
The following In San Francisco nro
JcporJril wife: Mrs. J. K. Ilrown, Arch-
I . . .'
;VR,on "Q!B "a revolved word by
',l,' f,)ln Aln"i'l.i to the effect that
Lottlpe Deas Is sale. She has her
mothcr ani1 lwu '"''" Itere
Captain Slatson tnliles W. O. Irwin
& Co. tliat Slntsnn's vessels will load
nt Seattle lor llllo bv way or Htinolulii
mul nsks that llllo be notlllcd.
. (I. Irwin It Co, huvo recelveil
word that tho Austrnllnn steamship
service win no teuportirliy uli.iudonril.
.The Sunoma. scheduled to arrive here
tomorrow, has tbeieforo not left Sn
Frnuclsco. The Alameda will prob.ihl,
bo the next boat down from San Fran-
Ibio. Slie should arrive hero on the
1 1111 or next month
T. S. Kay, II. 11. Itcnlon nml 0. P.
Tulloeh nro booked to return to their
Hawaii homos by tho Slaunn I.ua.
Weekly Dulletln SI Per year.
Willcox & Gibbs New Automatic
THE FAVORITE FAMILY MACHINE.
GARLAND STOVES and RANGES
A CARLOAD JUOT TO HAND. OCT TIIC UEOT.
COFFEE and TEA POTS
NICKEL PLATED ON PLANISHED COPPER.
WHITE CHINA for Decorating
EDDYS REFRIGERATORS and Ice Chests
THE OLD ORIGINAL DIRECT XJM THE FACTORY. OTII.L
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
FORT AND MERCHANT BTHEETS.
California will probably not ship
mules to Hawaii for a lonct time,
as she will need every draught ani
mal she has, Dcttcr gct some of
Schuman CarsiaA Co,,
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO. !
WILL CALL FOR
We pack, haul and ship your
goods and save you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse,
The following notice was put up
outside the cablo olfice this forenoon
'jy some unprincipled person:
"Temblor at Monterey. Loss, )mo
buildings. No lives reported lost."
"So far as ve know, this is abso
lutely untrue," said Mr. Harwood of
the cable office. It was clone by come
perron outside tho olfice."
At 2 o'clock the cable people asked
tho operator at the but for newc. He
responded that he had nothing that
had not already been sent down.
FROM N. G. H.
The Iliot olllclal iiolllic.illon of thu
fac. that Captain Kleuuue Ii.ih icnigucd
(turn Hin Natluual tluaid was given
out today In general ohIcih pasted .11
the N. tl. II. A.ithU.irtci-t Kb mine
(it the lecctit Inspection of bin com
mand swelled his r.inliii vvllh uultliki,
and vv.tu toubeipienlly nskeil to ic-kP I
which, It iippciiH, he Ins uoiv utilLcd
Tbo urdeiu icfcrrcd to uie tin follow
Apilt :j, 1U0O.
(leuerul UrderH No. 2.
'1 hn rilllnwill Itlfliriii.lllnn lu ttnli.
IIhIiciI for the benelll of the Niitlou tl
lluiud of Iluw.tll:
11. K'.illlmal lu bo uecond llciitcu.iut,
Flrbt Itegliueut, N. II. II., und nMgjgm I
to (' pun) II, with rank ftoni l)cc.
(I. Kline lo bo kolouiI lieutenant,
l'ltxt Itegliueut, N. (I. II., und amlgued
tu (Jump.ui) II, with 11111k fiom .Muidi
V. AI1I.1, to hu tivond lleutcuant,
Flit Regiment, N. (I. 1 1 , und ai.slgned
tu iiiiup.iii) II, with mul, fiom .March
Tho leslguatloii of lleniy Klemme
mplulii, iiiiupaiiy (', s accepted, tu
tuko erfect upon bin being dlm-bargnl
from nil accuutilablllty for all guvcrtt
lly command of tbo Governor.
JNO. II SOl'Illt.
Colonel, Adjutant (leuerul, N. (1. H.
UDGE DOLE ILL
Jtnigo nolo in at prcHont conllucd to
bio I.111110 owing to a neveie altatk of,
till) ITrlnitll Au n rniiuiiniinnni. M I
--- d l"l- l"llillIIVIICJ, llll
'Hbtil lleudry thin morning adjourned
tbo United Sla'CB DUtrlct Couit for a
Atistrallt bis n lnliann rmnliinn ,1.
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tbo Industry b) Hu CummoiiwcMltb.
126 King St. Phone Mltt5S
You never get dricd-out cheeso from
us. When wo cut a lerge cheese, It lo
sold to rapidly that It doesn't have
time to get dry where it lias been cut.
ThatE only enc of the advan
tagcD of buying from a big More.
Besides our big New York nnd Cali
fornia chcesco, we have all the fancy
McLAREN. SAP-SAGO (green),
GENUINE IMPORTED SWISS,
Henry May & Co.
RETAIL MAIN 22.
WHOLESALE MAIN 02.
A DEAUTIFUL EIGHT-FOOT ROUND
Top Is 41 Inches across.
Only 17510 Only
Govne Furniture Go.
HOTEL AND UNION ST3.
It Is Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
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HC DCSt OI everything;
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ALL STOUTS rp AMnnpMi-MT
ALL KINDS OF RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway Station and Trent &. Co., or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 53.
On 6unda)o the Halelwa Limited, a
two-liour train, leaves at 8:22 a, m.;
returning, arrives in Honolulu at 10:10
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