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VgNTNQ BtTfABTlN. HONQMTMJ, T. 11.. TUKBDAV. OCT. 1C. 1906.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
ttmm CtiKe 8, N BW TO-UAY, for Now Ada.
Flrul class Kri'inli ilrcsiinakcr wishes
few nioru ciikhrcuhmuh liy tho tiny.
Address "M. 1..." till" onlcc.
A jdimik mnii for permanent clerical
poiltlon. Address T. (1., this odltc
A press-feeder. Apply at once o lltu
Ictln olllcc. tC
Uy joiing l.nly. as clerk or cashier.
Address -M II liultctln.
Chesn rook hi-niitirullv located. 2 bods '
In room. "S3 llere.nnlii. 3lb,-tfi
.,,, - . ' "I
Cool rooms, hot and cold Mater, cloj:o-u0 2-5 oar-old sisal plants In nui
trie llchta. shower and hath, nt The. , 8''r' nt IWoto. InillllrO I;. A.
Malnsllr. Marh Mock. ' SlBCti
Furnished rooms ltcnltM'ti. suit the
iijiivk. lll'iuii s luuii) .muiun i.uuu
Cottnres In Chrlstly I.ane. Apply
Wont; Kwal, Smith St., tnaukn Hotel, i
S furnished front rooms at 1223 Tim -
ma St rent reasonable 340111
ma bt . rent reasonapig . JtuiU
FurnMieil cottnKn nt 1255 I.unnlltn St.
Inquire Storkjards Btablci. 31UU-H
Newly furnished mosuulto proof rooms
at 8( Vineyard St. 272H-tfi
Pictures artistically framed. Artists'
materials for sale, l'ncldc l'lcturo
Krn mlng Co., 10S0 Nuuanu St.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
All orders should b left nt the. I la.
wallan News Co., Young bldg. Phone
394 or CottiKo No. 1. llaalelca l.awu.
Cor house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office,
enr. Ponsacola and lleretanla.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop, 1111 Fort SL
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
p.' s."-iV-r."V-fiiV-."t.t.S'V-.'V rJ- ,
i Office Suppiiss
.J Has It ever occurred to you that
v. your olllcc suonlles are costlmi
!( vou more than they should and
(. We I
that you would save money and
better quality from us?
FOR THE OFFICE
?azr-- r-cJ r-rr- .wj-.-jsa
If your horse needs It call on us.
The best work at a reasonable price,
FORT above HOTEL ST.
TEL. MAIN 109.
have opened a horseshoe.
Ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a fhit-
elate ehoer they iu pre
pared to do all wc In
trusted to them In a first.
class manner, 11 11 !: It
Hi a choice collection of Daby
Cleth.ii l'ount Inland Mate, contain
nu hitiiiin nlr alo lake, orders for
Ivniwrllliiu at 1UU CLNT0 A UlflU,
duo curuor lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
ute' walk from cars and Punahou
College Address It. F.. thla oflics
Golden snhlu colllo pupa, likely rnnrk-
cil. from pi'tllercoil Block; nmloj,
$18, fcninlos, $1U; born Aug. Sill,
190G. It. Ilurner, 1'anullo, Hawaii.
3 10 l-llil
Tlio old-established "Popular House";
45 furnished rooms. Kent f 50. per
month with 17 years' lease to run.
Cull at 1219 Fort street. 3150 tf
The great Kaliukti Hanch, containing
1S4.000 acres, with everything ox-
?cPlIn' SrlD " Auy Col. S.
Cooho. MnUro W'lR.
8,,,,rIl1ft,,,.,j;l,0 M l,tt,l """'n,
Squabs In any quantity. Knlmukl
I W llullollii 3.".l3-lw
?: TTTT i 7Z7Z ... ., 7: T
,N" 1a'"1' J l'lrl !"' Co.. 1 nrt
a( ow Cn10,,c jnaslon. 3503-tf
"For Rent'' cards on sate at the
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Money to loan on first mortgage of
real estate ono to thrco years, mon
ey loaned on stocks, bonds ana other
Mist-class securities, for one year or
less. Terms ronsnnablo but firs'
class security required. Apply to
OKO. A. DAVIS, Traatoo, lloom 21.
Camphell lllock, 2195-1 in
On Jewelry and merchandise Hawaii
an Pawn Co., Nuuanu near King.
Umbrellas re-covered and brass pol
ished. Takatn, 1284 Tort St.
8ee Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Key. Music boics, BnarpemiK of
Fine Ctrtlery. Rear Union drill
Mission koa furniture made to order.
Itcpnlr work done. Wing Chung Co.
King nr. llelhel St. lm
jsy Fine Job Printing at the Bui
Is not a rouqh and ready affair, but
possesses good appearance and good
tobacco. The wrapper Is made from
genuine Imported leaf; It keeps Its
color and flavor; the last whiff Is as
good as the first and It burns evenly.
WHY NOT TRY ONE?
Solo Honolulu Agents.
CORNER HOTEL AND FORT ST8.
HAVE YOU A SEWING MACHINE?
Wo buy, sell, exchange and repair
sewing machines and parts.
CRANE & SPENCER 8EWINQ MA
TELEPHONE MAIN 494.
100 N. KING ST. P. O. BOX 549.
rinltaAJij.t. m UwnfjiUffl-iiuniitunU
uuri4r( .ll-rl.-n., ii.flatii in Vilnius
j,v;:r7u.. un- " .----
a tnsiwuiiuiiD ., ,iii,utnriu.
i.iNOiiiiip,q iHrfiiiirr ihii.uuuu.
.v.a.l. B Nulil My IruairUli,
l-ir tl.i irJnl'". W.Ji
ii,-- - "
-r-i i-i a i-
-T2 in WlVimt
Best 5c Smoke
HAY8ELDEN TOBACCO CO..
Y. M. C, A, MKMflERSHIP
Costs J5, A Year,
It Includes gymnasium clnr,
baths, rradlng room ami Uhrary, so
cials and entcrlslninenti, and oilier
llilniji, Willi a (jgod plica to spend
MOTCU 4 AUAKUA BT8,
Broad Says Republicans
Killed His Labor
While the uln poured down from
rvci lii'.ul and wlille tho mini guiglcd
and washed nnderroot .1 few undaunt
ed Democrats luld u meeting oiilulilx
Sot. Mchciilus I'aiioi rcsliUuto l.ixt
night. The only people who were
'omparntlvi'ly (onilortnlilo were tho
ipeakers. They got wet llko the rcHt
hut tlit Ir feet rested In comfort, nt
least while hc) were spieling. Tlio
ipeeehet weie delivered from the lid
of a sewer manhole. This seemed
Col. .Mi('arth) was the (list speaker
lie harped on his usual string, the to
division of the election districts, to
Hint each district of the Islnnd would
have Its own lepresentutivu In tlio
Legislature. Hu nlrfo asked hit hear
cis to vote the straight Dcmoerntlc
Weed rode Ids hohhy, tlio leper
treatment huslnc. Inveighing ngalnst
the llo.ud 01 Health and insisting that
All logical tares should ho given a
chance, that Hawaii might some day
hu toverid with evcilasilng glory ut
being the mother of tho discovery of
the first leprosy tine.
Weed alMi pointed out that school
conditions showed that considerable
Impiuvcmeut was needed In this ill
lection, as nt present citizen children
were bttng crowded out of the schools
' Asiatics. Thu speaker finally
Jumped on tho liquor law, pointing
out that a law which permitted such
levolllng conditions ns tho speaker
had himself situ to exist, was in need
of rndital changes.
Kinney dug up tho old. caw of Ka
nciilll, the Kauai Supervisor against
whom an ultempt was made to re
move him from his rcut on n charge
or fotgerj of lila nomination signa
tures. The Republicans had, he said,
tried hy tlio most iinmlr of means to
down Knnealll, hut tho Democrats had
defended him, and had llnally bccured
Kinney also reminded his hearers
(hat the Democrats, lis n result of thu
appeal In thu lauken election contest
to Washington, had managed to have
the old form of hnltotu abolished, so
Hint In thu coming election another,
nnd fairer, ballot would bu used, IIu
v.i)und up with n spiel about (lie need
uf n new liquor law.
Trent congratulated his hearers on
the fnct that they could now, us tlio
lesult of a resolution to that effect
passed hy Moore, ntlcnd ull kinds nt
meetings without being In danger of
losing their Jobs, Formerly Sam
lohnwn had gone nrouiid with a whit)
and thieatened his men with dlb
chargo should they attend any but
Republic mi meetings.
Tho Republicans, said Trent, had
tried to fool tho people Into believing
that nil the money thu (loverumeut
spent was Itepiihllcun money. Tho
Republicans used to iloio It out, hut
they gave only US icntti for It worth
of wink. Since u Democrat had been
Treiisiiier tho employtus letelved Hill
tents for every dollar earned. What
would happen if nil the (lov eminent
nlui-tTH were Domoc-rnts? Tho Itepuh
llcaus had said that It thu day labor
ers' pny was raised to $1.50 11 day
there would only ho funds for hnlf thu
worK. uutHldo of tho seamy arithme
tic of this proposition, Ti cut wild, ho
cas sure there would ho as much
work done In pioportlou to tho mon
ey spent, ns tho lnhoier would work
better when hu was given u fair re
muneration. Tho Republicans had 10
allied tho stiength of this Democratic
argument, und they weiu now using
It themselves. They even went to
Kiitli uu exliut that "ono fellow, who
la sort of a monkey for the ciowd"
(Clina. Ilustnto) now promises to pay
flu 11 day,
Thayer had his hammer out for thu
proposition mnilu by one of tho Re
publican candidates that ho would
work for an Increuso of tlio police
tin co by 25 men. Tlinver said tho
force was laigu enough to keep tlio
illy In good order. If It wero piopcrly
handled, hut uu) ono who went to tho
police station would find u largo
ciowd or loafers aud kiik-llltes of
Drown wlio wero paid hy tlio tnxpaj
er but who did politics for llioun, If
tho money spent 011 keeping this guns
was spent In patrolling tlio city thciu
would hu no need to lm tease tho force
Charles llioad recited tho grievanc
es which had euuseil him to leuvo the
ltcpuhlltuii party. Hu hud been 11 lie
public uu member of thu Legislature,
hu said, but tho bills ho lilttuduced
for tliu benefit of tho wiukiiigmau hud
boon opposed by thu ltepulillinus und
killed, r.vcu thu Huv.1Ul.u1u in tho
Legislature wero afraid to light for
them, being absolutely under thu con
trol of tho party. He ended his
sptceli with uu artistic roast of Sen
ntor Link McCumlless, whom ho no
eused of having fought the eight
MMM Mi WHITES
Judge 11. 11. Dole has iccclved a H
Icr frutu U. A. Krubcr, who has been
winking with i;. It, Httick.tblo 011 the
labor Immigration work iu the Azores.
Thu letter Is devoted lo 11 dcs.crlpllou
nf tint fiitmtrv iiintnlv tint Kluli-H Hint
"I in. i-i.i miilii,. ,,r i.ii.iiii'n. I'lw mi
.,,11.1,1, 11.1 IU- mill u,i limn nvn v l.iti.n
uf success, Vu i.ilhor exjieit to innltu!
nur (list slilpiiiMit iihotit 11 inmttli
ln'iirn. Inklm: fiiim both here nnd Ma '
delta I go in Hie littler Irlunil timmi-'
Km fur two VM'rkB, nnd will piulmiii) .
I tut 11 by vvuy nf Mhon It vstiihl
trt'tii ns 111011UM 1 newt iopio wiMiid.rpcfiiii ni;onls, -
MiPiily 11 iMiipei tluki of Immliiruiii
IIibJ unpPar sll'OIIK, lioullliy Hill! Hi tod
IwiHiiKti Hiflr want mi wtsll) sup
pIM mil) Hiui miv 1 in 1 liy;'
No Medical Attendance
For Children At
OutBldc of the tegular lotitluo bus
Ittcss nt tlio Ilimnl uf IMiuallcm meet
lug held yesterday there were two
mnttciM which en me up that iveru In
teresting;, Due of lliese was In con
nection with tlio fait that there Is no
iwiy of KettliiR n doctor In case of Ill
ness among the pupils nt Lnhalnalunn
school nnd tho o'her n piotest receiv
ed from C. S. Cnpcllas, tho teacher nt
Tho trouble at l.nhnlnaluna Is caus
ed hy the fact that Dr. Moloney, the
(lm eminent doctor nt l.ahnliin, has
tcfUHcd to attend the pupils unless lie
Is paid In ndvanie. This ho has done
on account of the ixfu?nl of tlio Alt
dltor, l'lslier, to allow his hills for at
tendance. The Auditor buses hit He
lton on the fact that tho (lovcrHinent
doctor In ease of Indigent sick must
attend nnd In tnso tho parents of the
child can afford to that they mutt pay
for tlio dot tor's services tlinnxeheu.
Dr. Moloney, he claims, Is heltiR paid
us 111 tlovcininrnt doctor and In tusu
of Indigent Hie; must attend free, and
when he makes a spcilnl charge to
the (lorcriiment Is RCtlliiK paid twtio
lor tho miiiio work,
A letter was road from Principal
McDonald, statlni; the had condition
o things In rel'itlon to Kcltlug n doe
tor, nnlnR that it was either neccs
(iiry for them to go without or for
him to pay the doctor nut of Ills own
pocket. Upon the siiKRestloii of Com
missioner Wlnht the matter was rc
1 erred to Attorney (icneral Vetera foi
Tho letter from the Ilaknlaii teach
cr, which treated much amusement in
the Uoard, was ns follows:
llHknlau, October 11, 190G.
Mr. W. 11. llalihltt. Suuperlutetideiit
of I'uhlie IiiHlruetlon, Honolulu.
Dear Sir: IIiiiHiik niself iiitatu In
a cry peculiar position, I deem It
right that tliu matter ho biuught to
Dvery year in Noieinhcr tho Japan
eso iclchr.ilo tho anniversary of
their llinperor, and though living on
American soil (Hawaii) they defy tho
laws of tho country hy keeping nil the
children awny Irom school for two or
thrco days without even saying "Ux
Not satisfied with their November
holld.i)B, they ngalu defy the laws hy
nothing Into llllo this week to see
their glorious ship Anegnwa. Out
twenty of my1 Japanese children nre
In llllo sliuu .ond:iy ami it Is hard
10 tell win 11 they will lctttrn. Only
two tame und nsked to ho excused,
while I ho ii'Bt took "Kicmh leave."
To me this Is very aggravating, ho
cause alter all my teithlng of patriot
Irm and respect to our ll.ig, tliey Bhow
their patiintlsm by nliKciitlug them
sehrs from tu-hool lo eclehiatu any
old Japanese holiday or event.
I know thatnll the schools along
the line nro In tliu Minn position, lull
1 sluicicl) hupu that ou will do Home
thing to remedy hiicIi matters In the
luturo. Hespeelfully joins,
11. S. CAl'KI.l.AS.
lldltur livening nullttln: May 1
mike use of vour paper to contradnt
l ut-itcmeiit recently published In the
Hawaiian Star: that Mr. Jamb Coerp-r
If, ussoilated with 1110 In our eandl-
.it 111 0 uu ltcprcscntatlvu from West
I am like him ccitutuly, uu Inde
pendent candidate, but 1 .1111 nut asso
ciated with him and have nothing lit
common with him beyond being u can.
dlilate. 1 tesetit Mr. Cocrper's attempt
to Identify his lutcicst with mine ai.d
Hj inllueucu tliu voters.
Youis ics.'icLtfully, un Hawaiian In
Moho llolo llnlotu.
Koua. Aknu, Hawaii, Oct. 15. 190U.
Your grocer sells I'ol Hrc.ikfast Kood.
A gnmc of b.iteball was played at the
Maklkl gioutids Sunday ut 2 o'clock be
tween thu l'uuuhotis mid tliu Sweet
Homes. 'I ho Svvett Homes lost by u
btoie uf 9 to 3.
I'liniliuiia 0 1 0 0 0 2 (I 0 0 'I
bweu Humes ....1 0 0 1 0 0 1 l) 0-3
VASELINE NO GOOD FOR HAIR.
Dandruff Germ Thrives In It, as Well
aa-ln All Grease.
A well known-Chicago hair special
ist Invited tho Inter Ocean reporter to
comu to Ids olllco and see, under u nil-
cioKopo, how the germ that causes
liaiidiulT thrives In vaseline, 'the spe
cialist said that ull hair ptepuratlons
containing grease, simply furnish food
lor thu germs and help lo propagate
them Tlio only wny 10 cuio dnmlrulf
is to destroy tlio genua, and tlio only
hair preparation that will do Hint In
I New bio's llertilildu
CIIIISC. Villi lCIUOVU tllO t'ffUCt." Willi
out dandruff no falling htilr, no I1.1I1I
ih'sh A'd for lleiplddp. It Is thu
tiuly deslioyer of H10 ilumli'iifr genu,
Hold by lending dnwtlMH, Hetld Iflc,
in utniups for Biiiiipl" In Tin1 lletplrldu
C'J Di'ttolt Midi. HollUtcr Diuk Co
Tin WMkly Edition of tin Bvinlng
llullftln dlvti a complcti aumniiry e
(lit nfWI 0 lilt diy,
ilffl DOESN'T WANT
No matter how you took at It, the
MEAT QUESTION la ono of great Im
The QUALITY of meat must be
right or your health endangered.
The "PRICE must be right or the
draw on your purse will be too heavy.
We sell the Beet ISLAND MEATS:
'Delicious Homo-smoked Hamo and
Bacon, and Roast Pork.
Our prices are Honest Prices but
they do not descend to a point where
quality Is lacking.
Sweet Violet Creamery
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.,
TEL. MAIN 251.
For your comfort while you are wait
ing for your car and a freo telephone
for your convenience. You don't have
to drink soda unices you desire some
gets to the foundation of
the dirt and cleanses
thoroughly. There's noth
ing superficial about Ho
nolulu made Soap,
FOR A CASE ,
Delivered to Your Kitchen
Works Co , Ltd.,
F. L. WALDRON, Ager.t
SUPPLIES PLANTATIONS, FAMI
LIE8, SHIPPERS AND STORE
KEEPERS. Contract work done In Painting
Ships and Houses, Wall Papering, Gar
dening, Sidewalks, Hout.cs built and
Stone Fence Supplied,
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES.
PHONE WHITE 2076.
RIVER STREET near HOTEL.
OF BREAD, CAKES, COOKIE8, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Thoroughly Baked and Thoroughly
Tnat ill irnn'o palatra art pltatvd
with tht fiirt ttrvtd by the
Cernir MOTEL md MKTIUU QTU,
! Benson, Smith i
& Co.. Ltd.
Alexander & Baldwin
t. . COOKE Mant4
I, P. Baldwin President
I. . Castle Vice President
iV. M. Alexander, ..Second Vic. Pr.e.
L, T. P.ck Third Vic. Pre.
i. Waterhouse Treseurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERMAN. S and
Hawaiian Comtfitrielal e Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company,
Maul Agricultural Company,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kanuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
haleakala Ranoh Qomoany.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
:: Suiir Factor
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walatua Agricultural Co.
The Kohala Sucjar Co,
The Walmea 8ugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Workt, 8L Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake 8team Pumps,
The New England Life Insurance Co,
The Aetna Fire Int. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London,
rr'ai. a. If wil & Cf., Lt(
WM. . IRWIN... Prctldentnd Mgr.
1NO. D. 8PRECKELS..1tt Vice Pre.
W. M. GIFFARD. ...... .2d Vlo. Pre.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
E. I. SPAULDINQ Auditor
Octanle Steamship Co., San Franclaeo,
Western Sugar Retiring Co, San Fran-
Baldwin Locohiotlvs Workt, Phlla
Newall Unlvereal Mill Co. (Manufao
turira of National Can. Shred
der), Ntw York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Tranaportatlun Co., S'n
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
JUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co Ooktla
Sugar Plant Co., Or met Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co,Walluku Sugar Co.,
Pepeekeo SugKr Co., Th. Planter
Lln of San rranclsco Packet. Ohas.
Brewer 4 Co.' line of Boeton Packet.
LIST OF OFFICERS!
C. M. Cooke, President! George
Roberteon, Vtco President and Mana
ger; E. F. Blthop, Treasure,' and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlone, Auditor; P.
C. Jorei, C. M. Cook, and J. R. Gait,
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO
General Aotnt for Hawaii!
Atlat Atiurance Company of London
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Ineuranc. Co.
tth FLOOR, 8TANGENWALD BLDQ.
I not a .Luxury; It I a Necessity.
But you Must have the BEST
and that Is provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MA8SACHU8ETT8.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
WM. fi. IRWITU CO., LTD.
AOENTB KOJl THB
Royal Insurance Co, of Liverpool, Eng.
Alliance Assurance Co. of London,
Scottish Union & National Int. Co, of
Fire Asioclstlon of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance Corporation, Ltd.
Vllhelma of Magdeburg Genual Iniur-
' " " - - I It kept on file at B.
rHIB MAI'UniC. DAKC'O ADVCR-
A T I 0 I N Q AQCNOY.
124 santintt St. 1 Ban I'ranoUco, Col,,
whirt contrtctt for tdyiitltlnu cn
pt midt fur L
MTAirLISHED IN IC&3.
f&.-, . 8.
ilshop & Co.
BANKERS. ,. i..u
Commcrcinl and Travelers'
.tiers of Credit issued on
10 Bank of California and
V. M., Rothschild & Sons
Correspondents for the
merlcan Express Company
md Thos. Coo'k & Son.
Interest allowed on term
Hid Savings Bank Deposits. H
Wm. G. Irwin.
Clans Spreckels & Co.
Honolulu, : : j T. H. 1 19
San Francisco Agent The No
rala National flank of San Krsnelsco.
raw Exchange on the Novadn Na.
loaal Bank of 8.111 Francisco.
London Tbo Union of London and
dnltli'a flank, Ltd. .
Hew York Anorlcan KxchnoR. Nt
CMeacgc) Cora Bxcbanf. National
Perl Credit Lyonnsls,
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
keaietiafiKlinJ Banking Corporation.
Mew ZeatanJ and Australia Hank
tt Kev? Zealand and Bank of AuBtra-
..Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
BtrUsti North America.
Deposits received. Loan mad. on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bill oi Hi-
buuRlit and told.
Cottectlon Promptly Accounted For.
AND r TRUST CO.
M HAWAII, LTD.
UB8CRIBID CAPITAL.. .W)0OJeS
PAID UP CAPITAL ...... SIOOMOOO
prMftfrat Cecil Brown
Vloo PrMldtft.....rM. P. Roblnton
CMlU9v ttitt.. La rON
Cotaer Wait ae4 Kins Sta.
SAVtNtaS DEPOSITS received and
InUraot alloie4 for ycartr cesoaKa at
Ik as ot 4 1-1 per teat, per annum.
Bales tad rtflulattaeui (vnlaned at
Tits Yokohama Specie Bank, in.
Capital Subscribed Ten 24.000.009
Capital Paid Up Yen 18.000.no0
Ucsorved Fund Ya .U40.JOO
HEAD OFFIOE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Onmbty,
Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe, Loudon,
Lyons, Nagasaki, Nowchwaug, Ne
7ork, Poking, San Franclaeo. Shang
hai, Tientsin, Toklo, Osaka.
Tho bank buy and receive for col
lection mils rt Uxcnange, Usuea
Draft and LetUrt of Credit and traua
acts a penrral 'danMng business.
HONOLULU BRAIIOH, 67 KINQ ST.
Catton, Neill & Co., -
ENGINEERS .AND MACHINISTS,
QUEEN and RICHARDS 8TS.
Boilers re-tubed with charooal Ir.a
or steel tubes; general sh'p work.
Office, 243 QUEEN ST., HONOLULU.
Cotton Bros &Co
Plana and ettlmaUa furnlthtd (or
all classes contracting work.
TEL. MAIN 24S.
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLK, Honelfjlu.
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully execuUd.
Office 'Phone Blue HOI.
Retldence 'Phone Blue 2M&
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and da
icrlptlon mad to order. Bolter work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpose, a specialty. Particular altn
tlon paid to JOO WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO,, LTD,
Deal Eitatt, Mortuou, k-0,n ""J ln-
Olflcet Mclnlyrt Rldfj., Honolulu, T.H,
M, 0, HQX m, H0HB MAIM HI