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BVENINQ BTJLI,BTm. HONOUTLTJ, T. It.. MONDAY. OCT. 22. 190(1.
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MTABi-ISHEB IN 1858.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and .Travelers'
Lctlers of Credit issued on
mi' Bank of California qnd
N. M. Rothschild & Sons
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
Stout Spreckele. Wm. O. Irwin
Clans Spreckels & Co.
Honolulu, : : : T. II.
an Franclsce Agent The Nft
a4a National Dauk of Ran Frauclsco
raw Exchange ou the Nevuda Na
doaal Bank of San Frauclsco.
London Tbo Uulon of Loudon and
Bohir lUuk, Ltd.
Mew Yerk American Kxchenie Na
i Corn Kxchanie National
Hart Credit Lyonnals.
lecaiukong and Yokohama Hong
ioaakguaj vanning corporation.
'Zealand and Australia Bans
Zealand and Bank of Auatra
..Vartorla and Vancouver Bank of
BtlMali North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial add
Travelers' Credits issued. BlUi of Rx-
bought and sold.
CajHactlona Promptly Accounted Fori
AND TRUST GO.
x f)P HAWAII, LTa
aUMCRIBIO CAPITAL... ISOOJOOM
ayMDUP CAPITAL 9100,000.00
PWManc Ctcll Brown
Vtoa Preeldent M. P. Roblneen
EMhksr .....,......... L. T. Peok
1 Mae): Comer ffort tat King Sta.
AVeNfiS DEPOSITS received and
. allowed tor yearly decoslta sj
i of 4 H per cent, per annum,
jag regoiotlona furnished
Tin Yokohama Specie Bait w.
Capital Paid Op .
Reserved Fund . .
HIAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
RANCH AGENCIES Bombay,
Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe, London,
Lyons, Nagasaki, Newchwang, New
York, Peking, Ban Francisco. 8he:k-
bal, Tientsin, Tokto. Osaka.
Tho bank buys ind receive (or col
lection Bills ft Ifcchange, Issues
DrafU and Let'.rta of Credit and traua-
acta a genoral tanl-Jog bualnea.
HONOLULU BRAI.'CH, 67 KINO ST.
Catton. Neill & Go,;
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS,
QUEEN and RICHARDS STS.
Boilers re-tubed with charcoal lrt
or atcal tubes; general sl-'p work.
Office, 248 QUEEN BTONOLULU.
Cotton Bros &Co
Plana ami eagtmatia furnished far
II elaases contracting work.
TEL. MAIN 245.
ROOM SCO, B08TON OLK., Honolulu.
WUMam T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classsa of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed.
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Realdence 'Phone Blue 233Z.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UQAR MA'
CHINERV of every capacity and de
erlpllon made to order, Doller work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpose a specialty, Particular alien
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and reoalrr
executed at shortest notice.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD,
Reel Estate, Mortgage, Loans and In
Ofllcet Mclnlyn Mldg., Honolulu, Till.
H, 0, U0 865, I'llONf MAIN HI.
(Continued from Page 1)
Cohen has Blgned up a contract
(or the band tor a twenty weeks' en
gagement next summer. It's a guar
anteed contract with one HopKlns,
of St. Louis, who manages amuse- I ,,
. . -- ...... I.. ..-..I. .. I.I-.. mi I '
mem cuutuiiis in vunuua ciui's, i ins
contrnvt calls for hand concerts In
Knnsas City, Memphis, Louisville,
Chicago, Hoston, St. Louis, Clnnattl,
liostou, Philadelphia and u six weeks'
vngugeuient In New York. Hut If wo
..ui.i gei 7'f"' . ""'If
null I 11. I, IUI tun-, iiiuv nun I'liutlgll
"How did you get home?" was ask
"I asked Cohen for the money to '
come with. He said he didn't have It. i
1 sntil, 'I know you haven't, hut let '
luu malic a proposition to you: You
owe me two months' salary nnd In ,
addition have agreed to pay my ex
penses home. Now If you will pay
my railroad fain nnd advunco tun $30 I
on my steamer pusnuge nut of my 1
salary, my own pocket, ns It were, 1
V, 111 pay the other half. I am In poll i
ties and I want to get home,' l'ut to '
him that way, he did It, and hero I
Asked If he thought Cohen was put-'
ting up a plea of "hrokc" In order to
get tho expenses of the baud paid
Lome, Aylett wus inclined tu think
Ihu manuger Is honest hut unlucky. I
"What suggestions can )on ofTer na
to the best nythod of getting tho
tiruuded Hawaiian Hand safely homo
rguln? Do you think ii portion uf the
Sun Francisco relief fund surplus now
Ir the hands of the committee ap
rnlnted nt the time of the disaster
M1 look after the matter can he right
lully used toward defraying the nec
essary expenses of bringing homo tho
lorty maroon musicians?"
These two questions were asked
Ooverndr Carter and tho members of
the executive committee, with tin.
exception of M. Klshl, who has gonu
lo the Orient, by a Bulletin reports
The general opinion of those who
v.ere willing to be Interviewed seems
In be that the San Francisco relief fund
tan not bo used legally without the
turnout of those who subscribed It, na
It was subscribed for n definite object.
No mooting of the committee has yet
Iron called hut It Is probable that one
toon will be nnd It Is expected that
some action will then be taken. If It
is decided that the funds cannot be
rightfully used an appeal to subscrlb-
era may be made asking their peiinls-
lion, of u new subscription may he
lieeiued the wlhcst uud simplest thlux
(.'. M. Cooke, chalimau of the finance
ccctlon of the cxcciillvu (Oiuinllteo
Said: " know very little ubuut the
-tnstter us 'this-Is llwttrsr time it hui
been brindled to me. 1 think lint
funds were gleu for the relief work
In .San Kruucltco ami 1 do not sco how
llfey'toiild be diverted for another pur
pose without tho (ousciit of those' who
(ontrlbulcd them. If necessary to do
co I think another subscription for tho
aid of the baud could hu taken. 1 be
lieve II would simplify mutters If the
1 1 lends nnd relatives uf the musklaiM
Aould take up u subscilptloii fur their
teller. If they cannot help llieu the
i Ity will have lo."
L. Tenney 1'eck of tlie eoiiiiulltiu
eald: While the coiiiiuittcu was glvtu
entile churgn or the dlsliuibciueiil id
the icllef fuii'd for the uilglual pioJeL'l
It lould not use tho money fur another
purpose without tho loiibout or those
who subscribed It."
Ini you any method of raising II, u
needed funds to suggest?" was nsked. I
"Not peikoiially. Tho manner of se
curing tho money would hue to lie,
determined by the coiumltte when It
meets, which I ptesumu will be short
ly. I can assure ou that theie will be
mi dllllcully about bilnglng the baud I
uome. me. ticnovolent people of llo-
Iiolulu will not see them suffer. With
tho proper tousent or the people ului'
subsciilied It, 1 iihould say that this!
was a very good vvuy to use some ot
Iho roller fund suiplus. Tlteio Ik lit'
P.esent I2S60 Mill Han Ktauclo mid
VJUU0 here." ,
K. I. Hpalding of thu .Spreckels haul;
culd: "1'ert.onally I huvu no sugges
tion to mul.e. Any suggestion or an
Individual member should hu made to
the committee when It moots. The
only thing I caiu to s.iy Is that 1 do
not sec bow the surplus left over fioin
(hu teller fund could be used without
thu consent or thoso giving It. Any
thing further Hum Unit would be pre- (
tuutiiiu at this time. A members pil j
vnte opinion Is always Buhloa to
ihange titter he bus met with his com
uilttee uud the, matter has been ills
cussed." H. M. Damon of lllsliop & Co., do
cllned to bo Interviewed- "I ieall)
know nothing whatever about tho mat
lor, so linn can I say unylblng. 1 know
absolutely nothing about It.
(Inventor Carter, when usked by the
lIullellilH tepiesenlutlvn lor bnmu ex-
pKMSlon In legard lo the mailer by
wuy or advice, or suggestion, said: "no
far I 1:111 say nothing for I Know 1111II1-'
lug ubuut the, matter. had nothing
lo do with It. I hub away when llu
mutter came up, At present I am too
l.il.sy to look Into Hie uiallir I have
not hoard It discussed,"
"Ah cliiilriiiiiii, ix-iiicii of tho Him I
mlllce, will It nut hu you who must
call 11 in. -Mini; of the cuuhuIIIch'" vm
''When will Iho llle.'illlll he railed
hli. yiii liny IdluiT"
"No. I lan't wiy"
Tli Iliiioiiim siihl tluil llni mil 11
tin. luwliiiK tviiiild Nto In ilium tit I lit'
IiiHIihiHuii nf hiiiip iMt'iiilur wlm Ilium
more nbout the matter than ho did.
J. A. MrCandlees, president of the
Hawaii Promotion Committee docs
not hnvc much faith In the hard luck
Mory ot the band. He believes It Is all
a scheme of Joe Cohen's to save some
money for hlmseir by getting the town .
to do what he had ngreed lo do. Said
r McCnndlest: i
''Cohen will get that band back here REPRESENTATIVE, FOURTH
nil right enough. I think It Is just n DISTRICT,
clever Judge of his to gel their ox- , and I request tho suppoit of the elect
prunes paid so ho won't liaui to do It !ors of the District,
I think hu feels that tho money scenia 3498-tf JOHN IllinilKS.
V lot hotlir In Joe Cohen's poikM tlinn ,
would In railroad tlckds nud ho Is
I going In try Id keep It theto.
believe hi li brol.e."
Alexander & Baldwin
. P. COOKE Manager
I. B. Castl
.'. "''". ...'
YA:r'lK n' , Pr"-,tlon for the ortlre of
I. VVaterhouse Treasurer! C0UNTY ATTORNEY, COUNTY
W. O. 8mlth Director'
" i- i-i-i. "-'".';i
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
INSURANCE AGENTS -
Hawaiian Commercial e Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Compan,
Klhol Plantation Company.
Hawaiian tanar Company.
Kanuku Pltrtatlen Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
haleakala Ranch Sonr.eany.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd1:;'
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Waialua Agricultural Co.
The Kohala 8ugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, 6t Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F, Dlake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ine. Co.-of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
f b. . lrwhi f Ct., Ltt
WM, C. IRWIN... Preeldent and Mgr.
JNO. D. SPRECKELS.. 1st Vice Prea.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vlra Prea.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
E. I. 8PAULDINC Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Western 8ugar Refining Co, San Fran-
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phlla
Newatl Universal Mill Co. (Manufao I
turers of National Cane 8hred -
der). New York. N..Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co- S'ln
C. Brewer & Co;, Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co.. Oe nea Strgar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co ,Walluku Sugar Co.,
ffpcck-e euy i00" Jh! fj!"
? f "'I ,C , "" ' B0,in P'ek,U-
C. M. Cooke, President: eoro
Robertson, Vice President arid Mana.
oer; E. F. Bishop. Treasure,' and Sec-
reiary: F. W. Macfarlane. Auditor: P.
C. Jores, C. M, Cooke and J. ft. Oslt,
B. F. DILLINGHAJK CO
General Agent for Hawaii:
i Atlas Assurance Company of London
New York underwriters- Agency.
Providence Washlnatop Insurance-Co.
1 1th FLOOR, 8TANGENWALD BLDQ.
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
Cut you Must have the BEST
and that is provided by the famous
and most cquitablo Laws of Massa
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
these Uv.s, address
CIKllQ 4 LnOkS.
wttoi.iv w xviw,
. . . . .
Thave been rfgulutly nominated by
(he ltepubllcan County Coiiu-ntlon for
the office of
DEPUTY SHERIFF, DISTRICT
.... "" . , , , , ,
Having been rcgulaily nominated hy
the ltepubllcan Coimiy Convention for ,
the alike of
DEPUTY SHERIFr, DISTRICT
I hereby Bollclt the oteg of the Klect
ors of the District
3197-tf lir.NHY C. VIDA.
COUNTY 'ATTORNEY, COUNTY OF
Itavlnc been regularly nominated
by tho Republican County Cotiven.
I hereby solicit thu Mites of tho Klect-
ors of tho County.
! JOHN W. CATHCAUT.
I I hnvo been regnhr nnmlnnted by
the Republican County Convention lor
the office of
I REPRESENTATIVE, FOURTH "
, ' DISTRICT,
.and I request tho support of the elect
om of the District
!. 1I8C If W. T. RAWLINS.
REPRESENTATIVE, TOURTH DIS
TRICT. have been regularly nominated hy
ic Republican County Convention fur
e offiro of
and In this manner ask for the votes
pf the Electors of the District.
K, A. LONO.
I have been rcgulaily nominated by
Ilia Republican Cointy Convention for
the oirice of
and 1 request tho mpport of tho elect
ors of, the-Distill'!
Int. If f '
A. D. CASTHO.
I have been regularly nominated
by the Itcpubllruiv County Convention
for tho office ot
COUNTY CLERK, COUNTY OF
and hereby solicit' Iho votes of tho
Klectnra or Iho County,
UAVID KAL'AUOKAI.ANI, Jit.
I have been regularly nominated by
! the ltepubllcan County Convention for
thu omce uf
I COUNTY AUDITOR, COUNTY
j and I hereby solicit the votes ot thu
I ICIcciorti of tan County.
l' .;.fc, ,,., A ..,,'
. SHERIFF, COUNTY OF OAHU
I . "7 ; , ...
I Iiao been regulr.rly nominated
i by the ltepubllcan County Convention
for the oitlcu ot
I SHERIFF, COUNTY OF OAHU
and I hereby Hollclt'tho votes of the
Ulectors of tho County,
A. M. BROWN.
SUPERVISOR, COUNTY OF OAHU
I, bavo been regularly nominated for
thu office of
kllhFDllienD KAHMTU nl-
I , r-' Z' ;,:, '
. . ,, , " ,
Lu' "ie H'P''lln County Convention,
rn"l hereby solicit tho voles of the
I Electors of the County.
CIIAH. IIU8TACK, JH.
(SUPERVISOR, COUNTY OF OAHU.
I I bavo been regularly nominated by i
I tho ltepubllcan County Convention for
! the otllco uf
' 8UPERVI80R, COUNTY OF
I and snllrlt the votes of the Electors
or tho County. -
A. V. (1KAIL
SENATOR, COUNTY OF OAHU.
I hLve boon regularly nominated !',
,tho Heimblli-aii Couiily Convention Mrf
'10 oltlie or
SENATOR, COUNTY OF OAHU.
laud 1 hereby udoclt ho votes of the
. ICIeilors of Ibii County.
V V CHILI.INOWOItTH.
SENATOR, COUNTY OF OAHU.
I havo been rfaiilntly nominated by
Iho llepuhlleaii County Convention (or
Hut oH(e or
SENATOR, COUNTY OF OAHU,
Olid I ll.'lehy holKII I bo Votes of the
Kloilors of Hit) County
I, I,. M(N),1:HS1.
' ' ' 1
Thu Wcol.ly IMItliui of Ilia Kvelilllt
Iliilli'llit Blii" it iiiiiipltlK auinumry nliplmne iiijiii proirpily sttcmUd (o
n ((mHnf ,M, ,l(Vi (ior Wj y,, w sail lor ami iljllver, Oyelng lr
II.. rln J"b I'rliillnu Hlie liMllelln,
I having been regularly nominated
by the Democratic County Convention
lor the ollku of
rcipieit the support of the Kleclori of
If HOWARD INGHAM.
UCPtlfY "UH-HITF, DISTRICT
'-Having been regularly nominated by ,
the Demociallt County Convent Ion for '
the iifllep of
DEPUTY SHERIFF, DISTRICT OF
I hi'ichy solicit tho otes of tho elect
org, of tho County.
ZWtf WM. P. JARItKTT.
COUNTY ATTORNEY, COUNTY Of
Having be-n tegularly nomlnalrd
by the Democratic County Conven
tion for the omrc or
COUNTY ATTORNEY, COUNTY
I hereby bollclt the vote or the Hect
ors ot the Co.lMy.
W. W. TIIAYKIt.
I bavo b"cn regularly nominated hy
the Democratic County Convention fin
the olllre of '
COUNTY AUDITOR, COUNTY
OF OAHU, j
and I hereby rollrlt the votes of tl.o
Kleclors of thu County.
C1IAS. II. ROHK.
Having beet regularly nominated I
by Ithe Oenio.-r.itlc County Conven
tion for the ijtlhe of
I hereby toloclt the votes of the Klett
ora ot the County.
C. .1. MiCAHTIIV.
Having been regularly nominated
by the limocrjtlc County Couvrii
llnu for the olllcn of
COUNTY CLERK. COUNTY OF
I hereby i.ollclt Ihu votes of the Klect
nra ot the County,
M NI.BY (I. K. HOPKINS.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
I beg tu. notify my patients that I
nin making u brief trip to Japan with
my wlfo. Mho Is III, uud expect to
letuj-n to' Kohala and tesiimo pinellro
some, time in tho littler purl of Nil'
I)H. T. NINOMIYA.
SUPPLIES PLANTATIONS, FAMI
LIES, SHIPPERS AND STORE-.
Contract work done in Painting
, Ships and Houses, Wall Papering, Oar
I rlenlno. SldCMalks. Housen built and
' Stone Fence Supplied. '
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES.
H PHONE WHITE 2570.
, RIVER STREET near HOTEL.
J. M. Davis
i 8EWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
, 1256 FORT ST. near BFRETANIA.
I Sewing maehlnea for aale.
A machine cleaned and put In or
I der 1J30.
! Koa furniture
DURABLE AND ATTRACTIVE.
For Sale Made In Mission Style er i
To Order. I
FONG INN CO.
$z NUUANU BT. P. O. BOX 9DS
QUI' AND LOCKSMITH.
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.
Safea opened, Typewriters, Cash Reg-
tsterm and Sewing Machines, Lawn
Mowers cleaned, adjusted and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION STREET.
LA J b UhMCiJNS
Gold Mounted Backcombs
h A, R. Vieira&Co.
US HOTEL STREET nr. FORT 8T
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
Clcthes Clcanrrt and Pressed by the
HONOLULU HF.NOVATIHO CO.,
J J, Fern, Manager,
nklitr.N near Uusen nte. All !!'
,jw MWl-l-miM AUB. MAY JU'
mi lOliiWMMrfirMffll'Jwilik '
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
At.AMKDA OCT. 11
VlINTIMtA OCT. 31
ALAMHDA NOV. !i
HIIIItltA NOV. 21
In eonneetlen with the calling of
pared to Ucuc lo Intending pacsengeis, coupon through tickets, by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United Stales, and from New
York by any steamship line to all European porte.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. C Irwin & Co,, Ltd
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.. OENERAL AGENT8.
Pacific Mai Steamship Co
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co., and To.yo Kisen Kaisha
Steamer of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
NIPPON JIAIIU . . .
AMUItlCA MAKIT . .
Call at ManiU.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H, Hackfeld & Co., Ltd,
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO.
Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific
Prom rVeew York: to Moiioltilti
CO "CALII-ORNIAN" .: . . t0 sail OCT. 20
JJ.3 "ALASKAN" to la NOV. 10
Freight receded at all times at the Company's Wharf, 41st
Street, South Brooklyn.
From t&nn Frnnclaco To Honolulu
6 8.''ICVADAN" , to sail OCT. 31
8.8.NEBRA8KAN- ....-" to saiT-'NOV. 10
Frelgnt rrcolved at Company's Wharf, Greenwich 8L,
and each month thereafter.
Prom fitauttSo ftrtti Tncomii to
j " VIA 6AN FRANCI8CO.
S.S. "NEVADAN' via San Francis.
S.8, "ARIZONAN" direct,
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT
C, P. MORSE, H. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
GENERAL. FREIGHT AGENT. AGENTS. HONOLULU.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
Btetmera of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. S. W
and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Brisbane, are
DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below elated, viz.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C.J
(I'cr Brisbane end Sydney) '
Through Tickets Itsued from Honolulu to Canada, United Statea ind Eu
rope. For Freight and Paisago and all general ftiformaUon, apply 'to
Tfaco. li. tonics & C Lti. 6eienl Areits.
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell, Vice President; J. L. McLean,
Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N- E. G:dge. Auditor; Frank Huatace,
I Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
j DRAYMLBN, 63. QUEEN ST.
Firewood, Stove and 'Steam Coal.
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK SAND.
For Walanne, Waialua, Knhukil and
Wuy Stiitlon .:I5 u. ui 3 id . tp.
iBtLtluna IT-'Jo a ,S. " .9 ?"'
1 H atluna - - 17 .to 11. in.. J. 1.. a.
-"Almu 'l ,."n,m
rirf uuianii "a iu u. in. mm u m
1 p. ui.
Arrlvo Ilnnolulii from Kn'.iiiliii, Wal
ulun uud Wulanau a.U0 u. 111,, tD:ill
Arrlvo In Honolulu from Kwa Mill
,und I'c.iil City 17:10 a. 111., 'H:Zti a.
in., 1::I8 a. 111, l:4 p 111., (:31 p.
111.. r,:M p, ui 47::i0 p, 111.
Arrlvo Honolulu fiuin Wahliivvn
'K.3U a. in. uud 5 : :t t p. 111
1 Kx. Humlsy,
t rliiudiiy Only,
Tho Ilalelwn l.liultoil, n tvvohtiur
tllilh liuil) lli.helns tlcltcls honoied),
Iimvos lliuiululii every riuu.tiiy lit K S2
11. 111 ; iwlus iiIiisi. 111 rl vvs In lluiiulutu
ill IU il p, 111 'I'liu l.lmllBd tiim only
ui I'.ail I'Hy ninl Waluiiue
II. V. IIIHv'IHON, T (I. HMITII.
Htllil. II I', i. T. A.
TTnVJ b f iTi7m7 a I t h i7i7 f l7T,
jnj teavd this port as hereunder!
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO:
ALAMHDA OCT 24
HIIIItHA OCT 30
ALAMHDA NOV. 14
the above steamers, the ant nte r ore-
.cOR SAN FRANCISCO:
IIONOKONO MAHII ,
llAMi:itlCA MAHII . .
27 KIIIKIIIA S
to Sum HfnncUco
lo sail OC
to sail NOV. II
to call, OCT.
to sail NOV.
From Sydney and Brisbane.
(Fur Victoria and Vancouver, B.C.)
TELEPHONE MAIN SM.
KAPUNA, WONOIPU, KAILUA and
From Sorenson'a Wharf.
,Acny on Board or to
AHAWA,,AN "ALLASTlMA CO., A,t
m., t-r,li.,. ... ,i 9g. m.'iiiv.i fi km.
- ,"y nm,. p. o. ..
lleaaquarters for Automobiles with
Splendidly Equipped Tlreproof
VON HAMM-YOUNQ COMPANY, Ltd.
MTpblilfps & Co.
Wholssale Importers and Jobbers
AMiiiiioAN nnv 000DI,
FonT "i our-tr, BTi
JjUi, , i Als$ l
u 4 i,J V . wr 4. i . h .I, iwtt -t
- Ww-h.,a. . iiittmH-&i-f
It M . p.