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BVgNTNQ BULLETIN. HOrlOLqLP, T. It.. TO1DAY, SEPT. 28, 1908.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
Max Pnite 8, NSW TO-1JAY, for New Ada.
A rooiI reliable soda water mnKcr.
Salary llZo.nn per inonlii. Appl)
W. T. Lucas of May & Co. 3l!(Mw
Boft, clean ram for wining delicate
machinery, nt Bulletin olllcif. Ap
ply Cashier's desk. 3378 tt
lly Kngllah graduate nurso to take euro
of Invalid or (hlldrru; would trnel.
Address" A. O, K. S., Ilulletln.
lly Japanese to do housework and
rook. Apply IS: Hotel St. 3193 21
due corner lot In llaklki. Curbing,'
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two inln-!
utci' walk from cars and Punabou
College. Address R. P., this office.
(ioldcn snblo collie pups, nicely mark
ml, from pedigreed stack; male, '
$1S; females, (10; born Aug. 8th, j
l'JOC. It. Horner, l'anullo, Hawaii.
Tho old-established "Popular House";
4G furnished rooms. Kent $30, pur
month with 17 years' lease to run.
Call nt 1219 Kort street. 3i;Ctf
Tho great Kahukit Itanch, containing
184,000 acres, with everything ex
cept my grip sack. Apply Col. S.
10,000 2-ycar-nld stfnl plants In nur
sery nt l'nlolo. Inqulro Y A.
Cooko, Melntyro llldg. 3493-lm
Squabs In nny quantity. Kalmukl
Heights Zoo. 3172tt
For nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion shop. 1111 Fort St
Pictures artistically framed. Artists'
material for sale. I'uclflc Picture
rramlug Co., 10.'o Nuuanu St,
Mr, Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
All orders should bo left at the Ha
waiian Newo Co., Young bldg. Phone
294 or Cottaga'No. 1, Hanlolca Lnwu.
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
ktkl. Oenerul ttmptoymeut Office,
cor. Fonsncola and Ilerctanla.
-j--j?rj-r-yrj .-y-.-u'c; jv-.-v .-v-,t
Everything for the !s
i; office and every line i?
just a little bit cheap-J!
jjter than the other
$ fellow sells it. '&
c .-!,. r i
m uuciiaiiy v-u .'
PHONE MAIN 285.
Dy Young Japanese school
girl. Wages no object.
By Young Japanese school
Japanese Hotels Ufilrn
KING and MAUNAKEA.
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor, Emma and Beretanla Sts. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborers Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Blue 2181,
K. FUJITA & CO.
FANCY BAMBOO ARTICLES MADE
NUUANU OPPOSITE KUKUI ST.
rrh urnlilv Frtitlrm of tho Uvonlna
Bulletin, giver u coraplctu summary of
the news of the diy. For SI a year.
DUOIl Ej3 lr If 1ft,
Cool, musqulln-iiroof loom. 783 Here
tnnla St.; Tel. Illuc lull. .IWtf
A few choice rooms, very roasonnblo;
elcctrle lights, hatha. dpi), lloyal
Hawaiian Hotel. 24$ Uerctntita St.
Coo) rooms, hot nnd cold water, elec
tric lights, Bhnwer and bath, at Tho
Majestic, Sachs block. 2ICC-1T
Cottage nml housekeeping roonii, fur
nlsJicd, at Cottage drove. Inquire
No. S. 3189-tf
Cnttarcs In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St, runuka Hotel,
2 fitrnlfhed front rooms nt 1223 Em
ma St.; rent rcasonablo . 3401-tf
Newly furclshcd mosquito proof rooms,
nt 84 Vineyard St. 272S-U
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW. 6U2 STAN
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, publlctied In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Veekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
g.'.l notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7Ctd Pr month. Weekly Bulletin.
SI per year.
Sec Hastings for repalrc of Locks,
Key. Mime lioies, Snarpemnf of
Fine Cutlery, near Union OrllL
MONEY TO LOAN.
Money to loin on1 first mortgage of
real estate ono. to three years, mon
ey loaned on stocks, bonds nnd other
first-class securities, for one year or
less. Terms rcasonablo but firs'
class security required. Apply to
i:0. A. DAVIS, Trustee, Room 21,
Campbell lllock. 3495-lm
On jewelry and merchandise Hawaii,
an Pawn Co., Nuuanu near King.
Umbrellas re-covered and brass pol
ished. Takata, 1284 Fort St.
I II LIIIIWW .
Tablets for social correspon
dence Is the popular form for
high grades of paper. High
land Linen Is used by tho
elite everywhere. The new
tablets are In large size and
the paper folds twice to fit In
the oblong style of envelope.
Blue or White.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd,,
ALEX. YOUNG DUILDINQ ;
If yeu want first-class work
manship at a low price, call at
repair department of
Schuman Carriage Co.
QUEEN ST. NEAR FORT.
THE METROSTYLE PIANOLA
plays the latest song-hits and dance
tunes, ao well as selections from its
exhaustlcss classical repertory. Sold
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
ODD FELLOW8 BLDG.
r ip I u ft dtyi. W t'. JUs 3 fo- miQAtuml
UjW.tUAi Gl .ll.l..vn. liillimfnnlLnn,
Ml KHKT't- lrrlt.lti.li.' fir ulitialloul
LTvilVuiifmro1'' iru ii.iul.ranw.
nMCNn,1.1WHiinl ir iil.un-ii.
. U.B.A. JKgB Hula ly .iruirsKM,
for n.i., if3.Jlll-,l?.7i
Is kept on flic at E.
C, DAKE'S ADVER.
T I 3 I N G AGENCY.
124 Sansome St., San Francisco, Cal.,
where contracts for advertising can
be made for It
Dick O'.Marn claims that bis man
Sullivan did not come through with
tho coin promised nnd he now wishes
to make light the Insldcs of Sullivan's railng for CO 2-3 per cent of the gate
shady deal I UK J. It Is no surprtso to receipts to be divided between tho flght
the publ.le tu hear such u squeal und trs-
wo do not wlnh to cxpicas an opinion
until we have hctrd more of the othef
Idc of tlio story,
Peonlc who know Illllv Woods nr
flow to bcllove that he Is crooked.!001"'1 on lho n"-"'0" ' Thanksglv
Anv .nn i, ,iM ., i ,i, nMi, lnS !"' n'l promising two-thirds of
Any ono who nilxci up In the lighting
game can expect to get the worst of It,
Wo trust tlifit O'.Mara Is not n second
Hilly Nolan. )
Hero Is O'Mara's signed statement:
In behalf of the Interests .of cport In
Honolulu, t hucby make the follow
The fights bdween Sullivan nnd Su
va, Welch and Sullivan and Sulllvuu
mid MclUnln were nil fixed, cither by
an understanding with tho referee or
by tho gloves being doped for Ulcl.
Sullivan to get tho best or tt.
Hilly Woods, who referecd nil thtee
Sock, waB only agreed to by Sullivan
on the understanding that ho favor
him whenever possible, particularly In
rough woik In the clinches.
The fight with Sllvn was fought un
der straight rule J, hitting In clinches
not hatred. Woods IImmI up In hla
agreement In this fight, and when he
saw Sllva getting the best of it In In
fighting warned hltn If he did not gu
easier In the clinches that he would
The Welch fight was also under
btrnlght (luccnsberiy Jtulcs, nnd here
again. Woods agreed heforo the battle
tp glvo .Sullivan the best of It.
Mcllvnln nnd Sultlvnn fought "clean
break," nnd though both men brokn
this rule on two occasions, tho rcfcro
cuutloncd Mcllvnln, but neglected to
In all but the Mcllvnln fight, the
g!ocs were tampered with.
There were two pairs, n regular C
ounco pair and a small pair weighing
about two ounces; they were dlstlu
sulshcd by different colored ribbons,
Sultlvnn and his friends were parties
to this arrangement, and when the
gIocs were thrown Into the ring, ono
of their rcprcsc:itutlcs would nail
them ns quickly as pcMslblo nnd ritalu
the smallslzed pair, which wcro legu
tar S-oiiucc gloves that had been open
ed, tho padding taken out, und tho
leather sown up ngnln.
In tho right with Stlvu. the I'oilu
gucto was knocked out with glovnj
ll'hlcr than the regulations called for.
In tho Welch fight, Welch's man
ager, Kddlc Finn, got hold of thu
glove? first, but fortunately for the Sul
livan people, retained tho heavier pair
There U no doubt that this had much
to do with Spider Welch's defeat
In the Mcllvnln contest, brand new
gloves were used, Sullivan holding Mc
llvnln so cheaply that ho did not think
It necessary to resort to doping the
I came down from Son rrnnclaco
under ugrcerconl with Sullivan to trait:
him. I wns to rcccUo 25 per cent of
his winnings for my LervlceM, In tho
first light with llulluil, I got $50, and
In I lie second light with tho nathu
iccolvud $10 from Sullivan fur two
wicks' work. I got $20 uftcr thu Sllvn
go, $20 after the Welch light, and $10
nfter the Mullvulu, contest
I bruught Sullivan down here us tlio
local people did not know whether he
uiiild fight or not, and ucre unwllllnf;
to risk sending steamer pnss.igc. l
have been sick oft mid on for the latt
three months, and though I hnvo often
nuked Sulllvuu for financial assistance,
bo has refused mo saying that hla
money was in tho bank, nnd couldn't
get It out,
When illieusrlng tho question of n
icfcicc, Sulllvuu has moic than onto
mid to mo, "Wo don't want nny unit
else but WomU. He will do what wit
tell him to; he's got tho olllce to give
us the best of It."
Now that tli' lighting gamu Is ccr
l.cr, I dcslro to lot tho public know on
what u rotten tcalo tho thing has been
Subscribed and suoru to bcfoiu me
this 2ith day of Scptcmbor, A, I). IWI-.
i r. ruuNANw:8,
First Jud. Circuit, T. It.
ltoth, tho local tenuis crack, has been
doing things on Maul, Krumbarr wan
beaten hy ltoth In their III at game 0-1,
C-2, a ml 0-". The second gnmo 6u 11.
A. Baldwin's court, resulted In n vic
tory for ltoth C-l, 0-2. 5-7, U-2. ltoth
is In u clacs by lilmbclf on Maul,
II ti tl
Jack MoK.ultk'ii sails uu tlio Alameda
for 'I'rleed, ile will go nfter tho best
In tho business, Sullivan goes, later,
It tl it
Two Diamond Head teams play ball
tomormw afternoon at the hall park.
No admission, ,
It II it
TI.e V, M. C. A, soeker team will turn
out to practice on Mcmdiy nt MaklKl.
it tt i:
Intercollegiate football has ii Hilled at
O.iliu college nnd tho Kam schoiilj.
Heed will act a3 coach' nt Oahu Collcsc
and Hopwuod for thu Kums.
Oil AND BERdEft MWD
Sam. llcrgor end Philadelphia aJck
O'Uf'en will tight at Colmn on Thanks-
giving Day, Tho match has finally been
nrrattirnil li Jlmniv PnfTrnth. thn termn
Kor tome time conrotn nas uccn en-
leavorlng to get the two heavyweights
together and lm3 submitted three tllx-
tlnct proi'osltions to them. One of
these, calling for nn al fresco light nt
the purse to the gl.ullntors, evidently
looks good to Sam Ilerger, for ho tele-
grajihed to Collroth Inst .night, ac
As Jack O'Uricn linn stated already
that he would agree to any plan for n
battle that lletger was satisfied with,
the binding of the match rccms n forp.
gone conclusion and It Bcems certain
Hint tho two clctcr, lighters will In No
ember match their cleverness ai
punching strength In a more satlsfac:
tory fight than that pulled oft In Phil
THE SOUMD CIRCLE
Chicago, Sept. 13. Returning from
tho Coast thli afternoon Ikilillng Nel
son nnd his manager went at once to
tho ofneo of n local newspaper nnd Is
rued a challcngo to Joo Clans for an
other fight on the same terms as tho
(loldflcld contest, save that the winner
take all, Manager Nolan deposited a
certified check lor 110,000 ns a side bet,
which. In view of the, fact that n purse
of 30,000 hai already been offered, will
make the stnl..' to tho winner woith
$30,000, ns well ns the championship
Lucky Ualdwln did not make good
his offer of $2'J,ono for a go between
O'llrlcn and Durns.
A Philadelphia taxing promoter Is
considering the proportion of offering
Cans nnd O'llrlcn a $10,000 purse tor
six rounds. This Is a funny unc, the
lightweight champion meeting the
it U tt
Lew Powell and Willie Wolff boxed
nt Colmn en the 2tth.
It It tt
Jllke Schrect wantH to meet Sam Mer
- M M tt
KinrfklO'iSCctl lus posted $2500 to
tnec Abu Attcl. . Nell Is willing tu liavo
this coin go ns :i sldo bet.
tt tl it
McUovcrh in.l Atlcll may flfjht.
The moving plcttifca of tho Gann
NclKon bout aro better than tlioto of
tho Ilrllt-Ncljon nffplr. They show
the foul blow very plainly.
U U 1 21
"lloiigh-houru" ,McjI)onalil dcfcatc.l
McLaughlin In the l:c-t imiud of. tliclr
light in San Krunclscij. It was a lucky
punch. Slier referecd
tt tt :t
Montana Kid lost to Rco. Mcmslo nl
I.os Angeles. Tho Hghl Went ten rounds
to n decision.
Do Courtey defeated
tu twenty-Jive luundn
it Sun Ulcgo.
McGuvern wants to
light Urltt to J
Harry linker has 1
list call on Abe
Attcll and says ho shtiild bo given the
cliamo over Nell.
(Jang proposes that
Nelson wear a
tho next time
third mitt on hU hea
t is a
:H Hint 10
Nolan clalnn that to has received
many offers from the-to.ist to match
Nelson with llrltt or C
II II t!
O'llrlcn will not flglitSlcrgcr stralgM
rule!). O'llrlcn tays:
No hitting In
The Col ma club has
nnd Culleu for October
ti tt ;
(llasgow, Sept. 13. Join Wnrd. man
aging director of Dcnnl llros.; build
ers of the lust two ShlmroekB, has
tulli'd for New York, ltus'iinderstond
tho Denny hnvo submlttcA proposals to
Sir Thomas I.lpton for il construction
of n Shamrock IV, they o bn given n
frees hand In designing a d building.
It tt II
A tilo of bowling chuiolons aro to
tour the United States, Mi Ico uud Can
ada. II II II
Indianapolis, Sept, II.-Millard San
dcM, lho v.cll-knonn trail .t and driver
of Lou Dillon and utiles horses, win,
thrown fiom a sulky at I o Stata Fair
i:i omuls yesterday uud n lously lnnt.
Sunders uus diking u omo In the
bhow ilug, nnd .In making i sharp turn
the wheel of his sulky gui way.
It I! It
No matter It Joe Doyle, drllllth'a new
inoiiniliiinii, ii'-'ut dot's niifhlng worth
while, tho fact that ho stiltck out It
Jolo In his flint game In flit company
will make his famous.
it it it
St. Louis, Sept. IG.-O,
of tho New York Athletic (
lot many umatcur swlmmbg records
MEW THIS HAIR
MISS BELMA HASSCL,
372S N. 42d Oourt, Ohlcsge,
Danderine prodnrns mi milntatni far the
scalp a tlste of liralth and actltlty far store Hie
normal, lit application are belllns, ooollns,
and Tory loTlioratlns to both tholnlraM scalp.
ItihOKstriultitrom ho very Otil application.
It I. io efficacious that a cample bottin Kill, In
many cava, tw anRlclnnt to prom lit raro apo
ciOo Tlrluca. MOW at all dnif gliti, thrco ku
2Bo,, BOO. and $1.00 perbollle.
For Sale and Guaranteed by Holds
ter Drug Co.
)csterdny lowered his own and the
world's record tor 220 yards at Laugh-
lln's lake, where tho second day's pro-
gram of tho national swimming cham
pionships wcro decided. The New
Yorker ret tint new mark nt 2:12 2-B,
breaking his o'vn record hy 1 3-3 sec
onds. It II tt
The Unlverrlty of Pennsylvania
cricket team will make a tour of Eng
It IS tt
New York, Sept. 11. C. T. Henshnll
Is going- to England nnd France during
tho coming fortnight in quest of horses.
It Is said that he- Intends to imest
about $50,000 In home' now In training
and will bring them hcru for racing
noxt season. Mr. Hcushall Is n Hun
believer In the supcrtoilty of tho for
eign-bred racers over thu American
in oil net uud h'j also entertains tho Idea
thai for $50,00'J bu'otm get horses tho
equal of which would cost $100,000 In
II tt tt
Injuries hnvo been m frequent 1 1 1 1 -
season Hint only fourteen players lu
the entire circuit have been nblo to
participate In ctcry gamu that has been
played hy their respective clubs. Tho
Athletics nnd St. Louis have been the
luckiest In freedom from Injuries.
I! It It
tendon, Sept. 15. With (ho excep
tion of O. D. Fillcy and D. A. Ncr.cll,
ull tho members of the ilarvarfd row
ing cicw, which was defeated by thu
Cambridge crow, tailed on the St, Louis
today for New York. Fi lends of the
oarsmen gathered at tho Waterloo sta
tion to bid them farewell.
II It tt
The California truck team has com
Piiclllc Coast 1-cuguc.
W. L. Pet.
Portland Ml 15 .009
Sun Francisco 77 CO .502
Los Angclc3 73 71
Scuttle 71 70 .50.".
Oakland 02 hi .123
FrcMio -ID 91 .313
W. L. Pet.
Chicago 105 33 .701
New York S8 -13 .017
PltUhurg &3 51 .020
Philadelphia Gl 72 .471
Cincinnati Gl 70 .432
Brooklyn CC 79 .115
St. Louis IS 90 .31b
llostou 17 91 .311
YV. L. Pet.
Chicago 83 61 .020
Now York SI 53 ,GU5
Cleveland 70 59 ,!G3
Philadelphia 71 50 .550
St. Louis 07 07 .500
Dctiolt 00 73 .IV
Wellington 52 SI .38:
Jlojlou 15 92 .32;
Tho manager of the Chinese Athletlcri
desires to uiiika the following statement
lu nnswer to thu nrtlelo which appeared
In the morning paper of this dato. "In
the first place there has been no protest
filed with the rccrctury of tho lllvcisido
League, eecomlly.thcro exist no giounds
for protest as It would lmvo been im
possible fur our coach Kn Sue to know
tho xlgnalB of tho Paliimns in older to
give them awuy uud thirdly on account
of the tact thu; I have In my possession
on agreement fclgned by myuelt ns mali
nger of the Chlnceu Athletics, by Ed
ward Murluo, -tho president of tho l'a
lama Ilascball Club, mid C. J. Fulk,
tho luaiiuger of the Winter l.ojgue,
ngrcclnij to play tho game In dhipuulu
at tho 'ball giounds of tho Honolulu
"Thcio has Lecti no protest mnde In
the mutter and there will bo no tccond
gnmo played. If (ho Pnlamas arc not
c.ttlnlli'd wo nni willing to play another
ipi.iii but not for lho cup nrtered fur tlia
Riverside lA?a?uo peilco. Wo will, how
ever, play them for such n purso ns the)
may wish If they uro not ufrald uf u
13. & KONT.,
Manager Chlncio Athletic-.
No candy that ever came to
Honolulu can compare with
It Is elmply delicious and
Assorted Chocolates, As
sorted Don-Bona and Choco
lates and Marshmallows
50 PER LB.
We alto have a new lot of
Camera- Swiss Milk Choco
late and Ghlrardelll's Choco
Henry May & Go.
22 Telephone - 22
THE COBWEB CAFE,,
QUEEN and ALAKEA STS.
TEL. MAIN 492.
s-Cimara & Co., Props.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo, Telephone Blue 3151.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
on your meals by purchasing one of
our $5.00 commutation-lunch tickets
STAR OY8TER HOUSE.
FORT STREET NEAR HOTEL.
THE IDEAL AMERICAN DRIN1 .
Delicious; Wholesome; Pure;
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS.
Sole Agents, Phone Blue 1871
Tnat ill men's palates arc pleased
with the fare served by th
Corner HOTEL and BETHIX STS,
OF BREAD, CAKES, COOKIE8, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE "
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
WHILE IT LAST8, GOOD
Guava Jelly, 6c a Lb.
FACTORY HOTEL STREET
'PHONE BLUE 1411.
Best Meal In Town
on HOTEL ST. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
7. Oda, Manager
PHONE MAIM 468.
French and Milk Bread
A SPECIALTY. ALL KINDS OF
OPPOSITE CLUB STABLES.
TEL. MAIN 197.
FRESH FLOWER AND VEGETABLE
8EED3 FOR SALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN S.
Do your clothes need look:
Inn after? If so, leave them
HOTEL NEAR FORT.
OF ALL KIND8.
Dialers In Lumber and lta
ALLEN A ODINSON,
QUEEN ST. -.; HONOLULU.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING. ANP
1335 Nuuanu St., below Honolulu Holei
ESTABLISHED IN 1853.
ftlshop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
.tteVs of Credit issued on
it; Bank of California and
t. M. Rothschild & Sons
Correspondents for tho
American Express Company
jnd Thos. Cook & Son. .
Interest allowed on term
jnd Savings Bank Deposits.
JIaus Bpreckels. Win. Q. Irwin.
Claus Sprcckels & Co.
HONOLULU, ! I : T. H. H
San Francisco Agents Toe No
nA Nations! Dank of San FTdhulsco.
Braw Exchange on tlio Nevada Na,
.tonal Bank of Ban Krancltco.
London Tbo Union of 1-onilun and
Smith's Dank, Ltd.
New Yark American Kxchange Na
Chicago Cora Exchange National
Pnrlt Credit Lyunnsls.
Hongkong and Yokohama Honf-fcaac-SlmtrRhaJ
New Zealand and Australia Bash
tl New Zealand and Bank of Austra
lasia. ..Vlttorla and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans mado on
approvi'd security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issuod. Bill of Hi
chnopo bought and sold.
CoUectlons Promptly Accounted) Fort
AND TRUST CO.
a F HAWAII, LTD.
PAID UP CAPITAL 9100A0O09
rfleeedonx ........ Cecil Brown
Vtoa President.. ......tl. P. Roblneon
Cajtluae ..... Im raoat
Mm: Cenr Wort and King Stat,
AVMfflS OCP06IT8 received and
Inteemt sllow4 tor yerty dosoatta M
tka wt o 41-t per cent, per annum.
Bales sad ragnlattcaa faraJabed
Tfii Yokohama Spsclg Bink, Ltd.
ESTABLISHED ItMX, I
Capital Subscribed Yen Z4.non.nD9
Capital Paid Up Yen JR.nw.dOO
Reserved Fund Yen H,t0,u00
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AQENCIE3 IKunhitr,
IlongltonK, Honolulu, Kobe, Loudon,
Lyons, Nagasaki, Nowcbwang," New
7orlc. l'cklng, San Kranclsco, Bbang-
bal, Tientsin, Toklo, Osaka.
Tlio bonk buys and receives for col
lection mils ft Exchange, Issue
Drafts and ItUti of Credit and traua-
acts a genernl banning business.
HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KINO ST.
Gatton. Neill & Co..
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS,
QUEEN and RICHARDS STS.
Boilers re-tubed with charcoal Ires
or steel tubes; oeneral at-'p work.
Office, 248 QUEEN ST., HONOLULU.
Cotton Bros &Co
Plans and aatlmatea furnlehed for
all classes contracting work.
TEL. MAIN 248.
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLrt, Honolulu.
William T; Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed.
Office 'Phone Blue 1001,
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
mako good presenta
for your friends, Beet
selection In town at
The Island Curl Co,
Elite Bldg., Hotel St.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UQAR MA.
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription mndo to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular aten.
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shorten notice.