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of Invalid ur children, would travel.
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214 acres adjoining baseball
grounds rental $35 00 per month;
could be Increased.
7 acres Paakea (out Beretanla
Street), house, cottage, stables, fish
pond, etc. Owner leaving Honolulu.
Will accept any reasonabls offer.
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KVUNINO BTJTXRT1N. HONOLULU, T If. TUKfltJAY.
DEMOCRATS MAY BOLT
laukoa Secures The
HARVEY WINS OUT OVER
' AMIHH1M FI!UNlNnt7
CHOICC OF NOMINEE FOR SUPER
VISOR AT LARGE NEARLY
CAU3E& A SPLIT IN
Frnnlt It. iPmey to the Democratic
County Convention last night bint out
Abraham Koriinudcr. for Hip nniulnn
tlon for Kiipi'rvlr,or-at-liri!P and Wil
liam 1. Jamil took the deputy sher
iffship so rntlly that .lack Knl.ikliiiii,
tho UPwIy turned Di'iuocrat, never h.l'I
a look-lu. C. P. laiike.i took the plum
In tlio shnpp of the nomination for
Tho contest bclwpcn 1-Vrnanilpx nml
Hnrvpy mine ne.ir ciiusIiik n seriuin
split In thp lonventlon. Fernandez
nioiiRht tint I10 w.ic badly trealed, 11 n. I
when Hip iimioiiiicemi'iit was inadn that
llaney was the iiuiiiIuup, 1'irii.uiticz
Mft tlio lunveiitlon In n hint mid ro
fused to play any nioin,
Knlnklela, wim had so recently
turned Democrat In hopes of the noin
liinllon for Deputy HbrrllT that ho Mill
felt str.iiiKe. in the ntiuosphtre of 11
Democratic mictliiK. pit bumped hard
Ills implralloKL were blutted to the
tuup of only 19 Mites to .larretl's 123.
Delegate lo Coimro3s U. II. McClmi
nlinn. Super; Isor-nt-I.orKc Frnnk It. Har
vey. Supervlrors It. T. Moore, W. Dul
Keuberi;. (Tom (lamlall, Hiibslltulo lo
DnlseiibrrK); lieu Naiikiina. Koolau
and Kwa left to lommltli'o.
Shcrllf Cuitls P. Inukpj.
Dejiuty Sherirt (Honolulu) Win. 1'.
Treasurer It. H. Trent.
Auditor Chas. II, Hum'.
Attorney W. W. Thayer.
Clerk Mauley O. K. HopkliiB.
Senate C. J. McCarthy.
House (Fourth District) F.dward
Ingham, M. A. Sllva. F. W. Ward.
Meters. Palau, Jesse Ululhl, locla a tut
House (Filth District) Edwurd
I.Ike, Kahaleaahu, David l.oR;in, Dun
Kamahu. (Outside prcelncts) J. Ku
puakaha, S. K. llul; one to lie selected.
Tho Democratic District and Couuiy
Cunvcntlon wai called to order at Wnv
erly hall at 7:30 o'clock last night by
Frank Harvey, who called nt once for
nominations fur temporary chairman.
Prayers wcic asked for tho ionentlou
by llnplkaue (ItonrlnK Hull), It evi
dently helm; the. Idea that the 'Demo
crats woro greatly In need of tnu pray
ers of somebody.
Curtis Inukea was selected tempor
ary chairman without opposition. Hu
look the chair and thanked the conven
tion for the honor, cxpieB<iK the hope
that the convention would transact Hi,
business quickly anil In n buslncHSllko
J.. I). Prendergast was elected tem
Kmmelulli olicicd 11 retolutlcn lo the
i Meet that Dm ih legates to tho Tenl
toilaj ((invention he seated as ilelo
gateti to the Comity Convention, nx
lejit ns otherwise determined by tho
Thn Ohulrniau stated that tho reso
lution would 'uke tho plain of the ap
pointment of committees. Consider
able time was saved by the adoption
of Hip resolution, which tarried with
out opposition. ,
It was moved that the rules of the
Territorial Convention bo those of tho
County and District Contention. This
motion also prewillcd.
Nomlucilons J-ir u Committee on
Platform were called for by the Chair-
mnn. Col. MiCnrlhy suited that tlio
rules of tho lerlllorlnl Convention hud
iieeii uoopicii, nun nun uccoiiiiiiK 10
those lilies thu (lection of permanent
(inkers was tho next order of business,
I). SI. Wutson moi'Pil that the temper
ury organization be made permanent.
laukea said ho certainly did not wniil
to be permanent chairman ot tlio 1 (in
vention, lie liiled that the selection
of 11 Platform Commlttco ho- deferred
until the huslnttg of 'organization had
Tho convention proceeded with the r,ol present nt tho caucus and c.nsc
business uf organization. 'queiitly would not voto on tho matter.
Sli. Kinney suggeated that as lbs jio understood Irom Fernandez that
temporary ihnlrinan wns a candldato, l.i10 aci()11 ,,f lll0 ,.,.. meant that
he would hnnlly earn to serve ns per -
., nm. in tnuiiiiiiiii, hum niib' "V"
Col. SlrCarthy bo limiiolated on tliiijjIP wniilcd to nvold any clash
ultur'of tho parly and lie mndo chnlr- convention.
'tvcio oidcred dust-d nnd tho seeictury
'Instructed to cast tho ballot or tho con
tention for C. J. .McCarthy.
i Col, .McCarthy assumed tho chair,
nnd nfler u bilef word or two lo say
(ii.iit rr I in i it, it w mil Nnm mniinnn
thp would make no icmurlts, called for
Hioniinntioiu tor pernaneni secreiuiy,
s" w bc1cc,c" w"" ,,u
l.-nimolutli submitted tho roport of
the Committee on Platform, ns fol
lows: Honolulu, T. II.. Sept. 21, 1800.
To tho Chairman nnd Slcmbers of Iho
Demoyjatlu Convention for the
Comity or oaliu
Ocntlcmen; Your Commlttco on
j1,a"0I'" submit thejr tcpoit in rol -
Wo. tho rcnrescnUtlvcs ot tho Dem-
ocrutlc Pnity In tltrf County of Oaliu
lu convention nssomblctl, hereby no-
iJiamhax i in imMMt ihfi'i
dale our fealty to Democratic prlii.
clplcs ni ptoimilgatcd by tlio terri
turlnl ronvriitlnii tit the pnrly and
heartily Indorse every plank of Its plot-
Wo dcnotinc tlic "machine' In pol-
It lea as Hip most Jnsldlous fop that becoming moro lempeituotia every mo
tonrllliitlonnl government and Individ- moot,
tial liberty Into to contend with und
wo deilarc that thti prnitlccs In tho io-,
lire nml tend dpp.'irlini'iits of this conn-
ty 1110 subversive of that discipline nml
uttciitloti to ilott.lls so neccssaiy in the
conduct of tho Inilltldtinl In these dp.
partiupnti nt tho public service.
Wo pledge our candidates for Blirr
Iff and Deputy Sheriff to make n clean
Kwcep of every tcstlgo of the Rriitt and days there hns cropped up n new can
maladministration pvldeiKcd In the illrinte for the nomltiatlon. If the ton-
((induct of thu department under Its
prerint head, and the strict enfoue
lucnt of nil laws for Us repression,
We denounce Hip llo.i id of Supervis
ors for thn whitewashing glten both
the Sheriff mid ltoml Supervisor nfter
haling determined spocllic mlccomlucl
of their duties nnd we pledge, our ev
ery nsilstanco to tlio Democratic cle
ment In our next Legislature in entire
ly abolishing the Territorial road de
partment, placing this service with the
counties, where It rightly belongs.
Wn denounce; tlio-p provisions of the
County Act wl.erciiy hip apportion
incut of Supervisors fof this County la,
made audi as to preicnt tlic equal rep-1 Colnnel ilcCarthy then tried to ex
itxentatlmi of tho electors In that plain matters. Ho detailed tho coin
body, lly thn terms of the Act the pact mndc nt the caucus. Ho said tho
First Supervisor Dlstrlit with a total 'matter ns to whether Fernandez Is to
of "Hi; votes; the soiond District with
n total of 273 totes, nml the Third wlllii
n total of 2S1 totes, each elected one not the question to be voted upon
Suiiervlror; the total collective votes whether or not the action of tho can
of the three successful candidates. (us should be sustained,
amounting to 533 the district of Ki- lCmmeluth moved the previous qucs
na or Honolulu with muro than -twin j (Ion. .
votes being forced lo collectively elect Dlplkane roared ngaln. Ho called
lis three, supcrtlrorn-at-largc within for Juitlcc, not wrangling and fighting,
thn district; a condition Hint puts in 1 "Wo bavo but on.) parent, Democracy,"
tho shade nil the methods of gerry- l;o said; "wo nro all Its children."
mnnder that inndc politics odious In The Chair put'tho motion for the
some states .twenty or moro years ur.o. I previous question, itlitch prevailed.
We demand n redisricting of this The Chair then put tho motion to
County making nil the Supervisors lo
repiryent nt near nil equal proportion '
of the elector ns precinct lioumlailcs
(Signed) J. IJM.MKI.UTII,
S, K. KAI.OA.
A. Fernandez nrotc to stnto that be-
fore the adoption of the report of tho
Commlttee on Platform, the convention gether, prepare their ballots, and tho
ought to endorse William Jennlngii Oinlmtnn of eneli precinct, when cnll
llrjan. This matter, howctci, watd upon, to nnnoinlcu tho voto ot his
shown to be" covered by the endorse- precinct,
mint of the Territorial platform. While the Fifth District delegates,
It wus moved that the report of the
rmmnlllrn Ik. nitttlitnil Thn motion Wfl3
seconded. I the Fourth got together-In caucus to
Einmcluth muted that n. section bo relect their nominees for two Super
ndilej to the ,'ilnlform cndorilng thoivlsors.
work of Supeivltor II. T. Moore nml Tho enuciis of tho Fifth District
County Treabunr Tieiit ns outlining vas a hot session. No blood was
Hip noik of Democrats when they hold tJici!, tho delegates remembering the
offlre. The aincudment was adopieit.'narclty of Democratic voters and not
and the convention then adopter! with
out opposition tho platform submitted
by tlio committee.
Curtis laukea for Sheriff
Tho convention proceeded, to tho
ttoilc of nominations. The chairman
tailed for nominations for Sheriff.
laukea wan nominated nnd mudo
the unanimous choice of tho conven-
ttou by a ilslng voto. The announce-1
ment of Ills selection was received
with thiec rousing cheers.
Fernandez and Harvey
Abraham Fernandez was nominated
lor Supervlsorat-Large. Frank It.
Harvey ttas nominated. It was
cd nnd seconded that tho iionilnatlona
lie closed nnd tho delegates Instructed
to prepare their ballots.
The chair stated that according to
tho action tuken at the caucus, tho
I-trth District was nlloted tho privi
lege of choosing the nomlneo for Su-purvlsor-at-Large,
and that It the con
tention wished to stand by that com
pact, the delegates of the Fifth Dis
trict would piepaio to ballot for Su-pervlsor-nt.luirge.
Strenuous opposition developed lo
this nctlon. Several delegates) con
tended that I ho caucus action was not
binding on tlio convention nnd that tlio Fifth was not ready lo report on Its
((invention would hnvu to toto to 'ether nominee, nnd a flvc-mlnuto ic
adopt the nitlou of tho. caucus before jiess was dedared while thu Filth held
it would beionio binding. nuother .caucus to select n nominee
Cuitls lauken moved In ordor to get ror Stipcrtlsor In plnco of Fernandez.
tlio opinion oi mo convention on uiu
matter, thu nitlou ot tho caucus bo
declared the will or mo convention.
Tli3 motion was seconded. At this
point It became evident that an at
tempt was being made to blll thu
Fifth out of its choice. If Ilarvey
wa,0 n fight on tho mntler, Fernandez
lKnvu It lo be understood that hu would
The Chair Btnted that tho action of
the caucus wuh not binding in su far
us nuy particular nominee was con
I ,.Crned, but only In Hint the Fifth ills-
trlit should net tho Supervlsor-nt
Largo, who should bo voted for by tho
delognlcs or both tho Fifth and tho
W. A. Kinney, called for harmony
nnmii? Mm ili.liMxili.a. Itn nnlil ll.l wns
1 i.rnnniloz was lo hnvo tho nomination
, ior nupervisor.ni..nrgo, iviuuny saiu
Sam Kaloa said that at tho caucus
It was agreed thut tho Fourth should
get two Supci visors nnd tho Fifth
Dlstrlit tho Supervisnr-at-I.argo, Hav
ing In tlew this action on tho part of
thu caucus, tho Filth District, hu Haiti,
cmni's to tho convention with a clear
lonsrleiue. It would be humiliating
tr reconsider this action, Inasmuch as
mo I'litn District acted in goon mnn.
In the Intuiests of peace and liar
mouy," hey Bald, 'I ask Ilia convention
not to go back on tho action of tho
caucus. Thciefoio, 1 nsk tho ono who
mndo ths motion to withdraw it."
Trouble Looms Large
uiings were getting warm, j-rnnii
Haivuy enmo to his feet. "I wnnt," ho
ald, "lo make n plain statement ot
nny position I am not hero to seek
anything. If von wnnt mo to work I
nm note to woilt, I leave Iho matter
t6 your tender mercies. I do not want
ii hi k, . . w. . - iEr'JEiiifiEiiiiA
HF.PT. 25 10,
j mnku any confessions. If It come
to a pinch, 1 am wlllltiK " "I'M' nsldo
for my opponent It It n III entry the
party to vktory
Inukcn took n turn nt trying to pour
oil on tlu troubled waters which were
(lug Cordes jumped up. I want tlio
(Onvetillon to mn'erstnnd," hu said,
"ihnt the majority rules, and we want
r. stralRht, fair tole on this mntler."
Fernandez tried It flgnln. "It hnn
l.ten undcislood lor months past Hint
I would bo n candidate Tor Supervisor-M-Lurge.
Hut within tho pant few
trillion wants me, 1 nm ready to run,
but I do not want lo stand hero mid
lie tho plaything of the delegates. If
I nm not to be choicn 1 will not re
main In the convention."
I). Knnahu said that In view of the
action of the caucus Friday the con-M-ntlon
ought to stand by tho raueni
nnd get down to business according to
the agreement made nt that time.
Ulysses Jones of Koolau said he was
rot present at the caucus but endors
id the action taken nt that time.
Julius Aseli thought the nctlon tak
en by the caucus "the most ridiculous
what ho ever heard of."
be the Supervlsor-nt-l.nrgo or whether
Harvey should have a chanco nt It was
the effect Hint the delegates from the
111th should nanio tho Supcrvlsor-at
Large. The motion carrleil
Thls left two nominees before tho
convention to bs voted on by the dele
gate.! of tho Fifth. Fernandez nnd
llnivey tveio promptly nominated.
Tho delegates from tlio different
pieclncts tveio Instiucted to get to-
ticro voting on the nomluccs for Su-
nrvlnfir.nt.l nrtrn llin ilplppntril finftl
wishing to decreaso the number, lint
they took It out In talking. Every
body tnlked and they all talked at
tnce. Thu caucus of tho Fourth was
11:010 peaceful but not less noisy.
Harvey Lands It
it was ti:zu wncn 1110 delegates camo
out of caucus nnd tho convention was
ngaln cnllcd to order. Joe Fern was
appointed sergeant-at-nrms. and In-
.htriicled to tauo tnosu not uciegaies to
I the rear of tho hall.
The decks were cleared ror action
nnd tho business of tho convention re-
sinned. The, Filth begun It with three
mov-.ihecrs for Its nominee. Iernnndcz
arose and slated that ho refused to
run ns Supcrtlsor from his dlstrlit,
lie having been chosen us thonomlnco
for Supervisor fiom tlio Fifth'.
Tho nctlon of the Fourth caucus
was called for, Mossmnn stated that
tho district had voted for 11. T.
Moore and Walter Dulsenherg as Su
pervisors, with the proviso that Tom
nundull bo tho substltuto In easo elth
tr of the others lould not run.
Tlio Fifth District reported that
Frank Harvey was Its nominee, for
Iloth reports wcro adopted. The
lcii to county uommmee
Thu Fifth District reported that It
was unable to ngree on a nominee, nnd
wished lo leave tho matter to the
County Committee. Tho report was
Nominations for County Treasurer
were called for.
Trent for Treasurer
Itlchnul 11 Trent was renominated
Rose for Auditor
Charles Itosu wns nominated for
County 'Auditor, and thorn being no
other nominations, was named ob tho
choleo of tho convention.
W. W. Thayer got tho unanimous
nomination tor County Attorney,
Hopkins for County Clerk
I.. C. A. Pnilsh and Mauley a. Hop
kins wero nominated for County Clerk,
Klllngcr moved that tho rules bo sus
pended i nnd the precincts announce
1 through their chairmen their votes for
uouniy uierii. ino inoiiou was enr-
Parish was called upon lo say whe
ther or lint ho would accept tho nomi
nation If It wero tendeied him. Ho
lcpllcd that he would,
Hopkins wns called upon, hut was
not picseiit, Tho Chaliman suggested
that as Hopkins had not shown Inter
ot enough In thu matter to bo pres
ent, the convention proceed to vote on
tho name of tho man who was present.
this iinin I suit tlio Hopkins men, ami
Iho convention proceeded to ballot on
tho two nnmes presented. Tho voto
was 93 tn'7D In ravor or Hopkins, Hop
kins wus declared thn nnnilnf o.
Nomination tor Deputy Sheriff wore
Pastes It Up
Harry Juen aroso and nihil ossed tho
convention. Ho slated thut ho had
been chosen by tho caucus us tho nnm
lneo for tho nlllce. hut ho had learned
that thero wns somo nppostllon. "If I
liiBlst on running," ho said, "I find
llliere lll be n further spill. There I
fore I lento it lo tin- convention. I '
do not Insist upon llin nitlon of tho
Kalaklela Attacked I
Mossmnu nominated n man who, he 1
said, "Is skeered ot nulhln', n man i
who Is n piirii Democrat." Ho made 11
bold ntlnck on Kalaklela, who, ho
.said, only n short time before wan n
Republican. Mossmnn nominated WIN'
Ham Paul Jarrell,
Jack Kalaklela was nomlnaled by 1
Kmmelutli roasted Kaloa for bring
ing up tho name of Knlalitcla In tho
ronvcinlon on tho giouml Hint In tho
cnucus Kaloa hail snld only puro Dent
oernts should bo nominated. Kaloa
loplled Irntitlcnlly nml they had tho
Interpreter going. He snld he-had too
much work to do to trnnslalo nonsen
Moved and seconded that tho nomi
nations bo eloii'd. The matter was
enriled, and the convention proceeded
to ballot on the men nomlinled.
It was becoming momentarily more
evident that the split In the party was,
nssumlng serious pioportlonn. The
general understanding was that If Kn
lnklela were uomlnnled laukea would
refuse lo run on the snmo ticket with
him. The delegates seemed to bo ill-
willing Into two parties.
Jarrett Gets It
Tho tote was taken and Jarrett dp
ilarpd tho nominee by 123 toles to
Kntakleln'a Iftj Thn announcement
wns .greeted with loud applause,,
McCarthy for Senator
Nominations for Senator were called
fpr. W. A. Kinney nominated C. J.
Prendergast moved that If tlio con
vention could not nrrivo at nn ngrec
ment on the other two nominees, tho
question bo left to the County Com
mittee lo make the nomination. The
Prendergast ranved that McCarthy
be mimed ns tho choice of the conten
tion for Senator. Ho put tho motion,
Nominations for slv Senatorial now
Incet were cnllcd for from tho Fourth
Dlslilct. IMwr.nl Inshnni. M. A. 811-
va. F. W. Weed, Moses Palau. loela
Klnkahl and Jcsro Ululhl were named
as thu men ngreed upon In tho cuuciii,
and the net Ion of the caucus was en
dorsed by tho contention, the men be
ing declared tho nominees from tho
For tho Firth District. Daniel Ka
malm, David Logan, Kdwaid Like, Kit
haleauhti were nominated.
The only contest wns between Ka
mahu and John Lovell, Ijvell receiv
ing one tule. '
NoniluailoiiH for members of tho
Democratic County Commlttco result
ed In the choleo of W. A. Kinney. Kn
halcpuna, John Efungcr, Klakalhl, K.
TIuj Fifth District choao as County
Committeemen U. S. Jones, Jas. Ma
nnnoa, F. H. Harvey, A. J. Mossmau
nnd V.. K. Like.
Outside Deputy Sheriffs
Nominations for Deputy Sheriffs for
tho outside districts resulted In tho
choice as follows: Koolaupoko, 17. S.
Jones; Koolnuloa; left to County Com
mittee; Wnlalua. It. W. Holt; Wnla
uae. It. I.. Olllllanil; F.wn and Aiea,
left to County Committee.
Tho convention adjourned at 11
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STAR OYSTER HOUSE.
FORT 8TREET NEAR HOTEL.
THE IDEAL AMERICAN DRINI'.
Delicious; Wholasoma; Pura;
and Satisfying. '
HAWAIIAN SODA WORK8.
8ola Aganta, Phone Blue 1871.
OF BREAD, CAKES. COOKIES, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Best Meal In Town
en HOTEL ST. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIQriT.
T. Oda, Manager
PHONE MAIN 49.
French and Milk Bread
A SPECIALTY. ALL KIND8 O
OPPOSITE CLUB STABLES.
TEL. MAIN, W.
Best Be Smoke
X HAY8ELDEN TOBACCO CO., T
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FRESH FLOWER AND VEQbTACLE
SEEDS FOR SALE.
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 3W.
Do your clothea need look
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HOTEL NEAR FORT.
ESTABLISHED IN 18S3.
lilshop & Co.
BAriKIR ' 1 Jj
Commercial and Tr.ivclers'
tters of Credit issued on
u Bank of California and
1 M. Rothschild & Sons
Correspondents for the
merican Express Company
md Thos. . Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
md Savings Bank Deposits. .
Vm. Q. Irwin.
Clans Sprockets & Co.
HONOLULU, J : : T. H. ""
San Franelico Agents The Ho
rada Nntlontl UauU of Suit Fruuclceo.
raw Exchange on the Ncvudn Na
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Hew York American Kxchimgo Na
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Pnrla Credit Lyonnals.
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DcftrsllR received. Loans made on
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Travelers' Credits lasued. UlUc of Ex
ehanao bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted Fork
AND TRUST- CO.
er Hawaii, LTa
UB8CRIBEO CAPITAL... t200A0(VN
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
PrseldeiTt ..i Cecil Brown
Vice Preddant M. P. Roblnaon
Cajaiilef Im t. PecK
Bee: Corner Kbit an4 King Bta.
BAVtNOS DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed lor yearly epoalta at
the tat oX 1-2 per cent, per annum.
. Rules Mil regnlatioaa fttr nlabed e
Tin Yokohama SpscliBink, m.
Capitol Subscribed Ton S4.non.003
Capital Tnld Up Yen 18.000.000
Reserved Fund Yen .'.HO,000
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BRANCH AGENCIES nninbay,
Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe, Uinilnn,
Lyons, Nagasaki, Nowchwnng, New
York. Peking, San Francisco, Snaiiff
hat, Tientsin, Toklo. Osaka.
Tho bank iys and receive for col
lection Hills ft Exchange, Issues
Drafts and LetUta of Credit and trail
acts a general banking business.
HONOLULU BRANCH, 87 KINO ST.
Cation, Neill& Co.,
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS,
QUEEN and RICHARDS STS.
Boiler re-tubed with charcoal lra.
or steel tubes; generalship work.
Office, 248 QUEEN ST., HONOLULU.
Cotton Bros &Co
Plan and estimate furnished for
all classes contracting work,
TEL. MAIN 248,
ROOM 800, B03TON BLK.,-Honolulu.
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Bu!ldnn Work
promptly and carefully executed.
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Realdence 'Phon Blue 2332,
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for your friends. Best
selection In town at
The Island Curlo Co,
Elite Bldg., Hotel St.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and d
tcrlptlon made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPE8 for Irrigation
purpose., a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and reoalra
xecuted at shortest notice.
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