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EVHNINa DULIXTIN. HONOLULU T. H . MONDAY, nnC. 3, 1906.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
Bttu ni a, NSW TO-DAY, for Now Adi
A hoii'e ir live or six rooms, situated
either In Uunu.i or WalKll.l. must
lie in good repair Addiess "P. 8 ,"
Iliillctlii Otllco. 253!) tf
One SI In 50 II 1 t otiiiinleal steam
engiin- 'nic vvliut make and irlr
AildriHH I' U Dux 9S1, Honolulu.
Cottage tu let un Ileretaulu St Tlirce
bedrooms uiul ull modern conveni
ences Just newly palliti'il Inside
mi. I i. nt lit nl rliH.lu Alililv at 'if I
tin of Kaiiiulunl Instate
riirnlshvil rooms Heuted to suit the
times. Helen's Court, Adams I.ntio.
Cottages In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St., mauka Hotel.
riiriilvlieil front room at 1223 Hffl
lua St . rent reasonable . 3401 tf
Nwly fiin.1sbiJ mosquito proof rooms.
it M Vlntvard St. 2723-tf
A rin mil i limn of olllce ke onlic r
tan li m kiiiu'1i pinwng ownership
In iKiviiut It .mil cost ot this ad In-
lU IV till- utlli
jjga--"Fnr Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Mr Jac. Sherldrn, pianoforte tuner,
AH orders should be lull at tne Ha
waiian !ses Co, Young bldg, Phone
TM or Cottage No. 1 llanlelca Ijwl.
For houie-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl tiei.erul Umployraqnt Offlre,
or I'onsacnla and Ileretanla.
" i -asa
QCNERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor. Emma and BereUnla SU. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborers Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Blue 2181.
pj rj .-v .-vr- rJ-r-r
Is a present to your son or
clatiQhtcr that will aid them
In becoming Independent and
teach them to become self,
supporting. We have alt
yj Hawaiian Office
; Specialty Co.
n-rJ zi-rJ-x-n: x-xr-rx-
The arrangements at Halelwa are
flr:t class In every respect. Not a de
tail hag been overlooked and the
COMrORT OF THE GUEST8
at the hands of the manager and the
staff of employees. For a rest there
Is no plKC like HALEIWA.
ST. CLAIR BIDGOOD,
23 Hotel St.
Phone Main 147
H1CSH FLOWER AND VEGETABLE
UK COO FOR SALE.
Mrs, E, M, Taylor
TCL, MAIN SM,
Land in tlic city vwth u linutugf nfi
lt fcit on King btrect Hroutid 1
lent will glvo purchaser eight (8)
it lxrf.1 ,
ier ft nt net l.csseu ias taxes
and all other assessments and Keeps
liuildiiiKH on land ltisuied for bene
lli or Lessor For forttier partial
Iiim nid to John I' C'olhiini.
Flue cornet lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, (rult and ornamental tree
and all ltnprovetupnta. Two min
utes' walk (row cars and Punabou
College. Address It. P., this ofnc
In South Kona, r0,iiiiii aires or laud ns
u whole Addreis S Norrls, Walo
hlnii Hawaii. 3S50 tf
A Willi terrier juii. three moutlis old;
(heap Addre-a ''S O ," Hiillctln
Ollke. 3339 tf
sinnli fiihl (lnuii nln with initials "K.
i; ( reverse side Hetiirn to
1'aiadlsti of the I'atillc otllco and re.
telve rewurd. 3349 lw
Illnnlc books of all lorta, ledger
etc , manufactured by the Uullelln Pub
Umbrella recovered and brass pol
Tnkata, VM Tort St.
Da. IJeellaHi tfm rm n t a M I neltfl
ouo naeitiiivji 't . K--- - .-.-,
Key.. Music Uoxei. Bnarpeniif of
Kin Cutlery. Rear Union drill
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Rhop. 1111 Foit St.
riolha rived, cleaned and nretsed. A.
Mutsiiol.u, Klikul St. b(tw. HUermid
. ., , ,.- ..
PAST OUE AGENCY COLLECT-
ORS OF CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
PHONE MAIN 371 122 S. KING ST.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 3.
BOSTON BUILDINO, THIRD FLOOR.
PHYSICIAN AND 8URQE0N.
DR T. MITAMURA. OFFICE 1412
NUUANU ST.; CORNER VINE
YARD! TEL. WHITE 151.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
MATINEE DECEMBER 8
CHILDREN'S AID ASSOCIATION,
150 Children in Cast.
TICKETS $1.50, $1 and 75c.
On Sale at
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
663 6. BERETANIA 8T,
TELEPHONE BLUE 831,
PIIRF VflllllCIBI ' ls goul to 0, The, tojteis thin bin
liUnfc lUUntUri rounded Hie touit kent busy v. Hit their
Vll I U 4l- V
wKW u.'ti4 1
lAciaiti o I
tt llU.UIf lUVlllllHIiraj
I'jlnlft ii4 liu I Mult
fcolil li IhMuiUU.
( iiuiUr (-will vu ir-iufil
carua o I'll l
IM uullilin office,
t SPORTS w 1
m mm. i j. win
Ycsteiday ivas a groat day on the
Oiliu ''oIIpiic milium Mid in nil six
school lolls were heard
tlironel unit the grounds There were c
couple of thnusund people on hand It)
withers the doings between four lnstl
lutloiH rootball between the boyH rep
resenting the second team of O.ilm mi
ll gc ninl the first team of tho Honolulu
High School niul two basketball games
between the teams of the girls liaguc.
So Jubilant were the High School
supporters after they had licked those
drpl:ed lllue and (.old lads on the
grldlion to the tune of 10 to U, that
their school yell rounded to tin oul
sldei something like this
ltatllo vour slits! Your Slats! Your
Tell 'em you're licked! You'll' licked'
Call on your ma!
Call on lour ma I
It was not a game to ho jiroud our,
still It was football and tho padded
ni tints had their lough mid tumble,
colli r and elbow siMirl. They stink
theli lieadi down and hutted like lent
full sized goats, and tackled iirouud tbu
lad: with vengeunco
part of the plajers was to hold on to
that elusive pigskin mid the samo wan
fumbled about fifty or Be.cnty-uAo
limes during tliosu two liahes of stand
un mid lay down The I'uiialiotis wire
jso slow Hint the) could not lije scoud
In signal practice mid the lllnck mid
Cold used up inon of their time trying
' to kick signals Into Quarterback King.
Hob Chllllngwortli was about the bu
list fellow on tlu Held and hi) woikul
owrllme trjlng to get n piny starlid.
jit was u fierce article of the Intercol
legiate pastime, but the Ulghs won and
I they wero hnppy.
, Shortly after Wlthlngton hud kicked
.off to the II. S. mid the Intter had ex
loomed a dozen tumbles and the Hli,e
, ami Cold hid Hindu seernl weak at'
tempts to gilu ground, the ball went to
I the II. S. on their own l-jaril line.
-., ,,k. ....... t. nln l.iit full...!
I".', " . ' , ". ,.' " V"
I Chliliugworth dropped back for a punt,
He gut tho ball away In good shnpo but
that awful bad; Held of the Puns was
nut on hand to receive the catch, so
Aclilcu, tho Utile Chlneso end, who
happened to bo In that lclnlty, tucked
the ball under his arm and surrounded
by his own teammates, dashed down tho
Held, for a touchdtwu. After he got
oer the Hue he fumbled the hall mid
minosi iosi a cnaiicu in score,
Chllllngwortli booted the upbore be
tween the posts and the IJIuck mid
Cold lads counted "One! Two! Three-!
Knurl KluI Six!"
? SIX'ON'I) HAM'.
The Puns opened up tho gaiiio by re
tching the kick off; they tried dclaed
and forward passes but nothing would
work as they would not play together.
Desha did koine fair work In advanc
ing the ball, II. S. kept the bull In the
college territory mid I lab Chllllngwoith
tried u half dozen drop kicks that were
nil blocked When ho did get them off
liny were too low. At last, after the
II. S. had worked the owil to the Oahu's
30-ymd line and with less than two
minutes left to play Chllllngworlii
dropped bark for his last trj at a drop
kick. The try wns a good one mid
Willi il fairly over the cross bar. This
was the only pretty play of tho day.
The II S. lads then counted: "One!
Two! Three! Kour! Kle! Six! Seven.
Klelitl Nine! Ten!" Puliation 0.
After this field kick there was' noth
ing doing and tho whistle blew and tho
II. S. was declared the champions of
tho second ilass.
Allen Ixiwroy unit Hill Chllllngwortli
at ted as oiilclals, Thcru were no pen-
a a it
The fair athletes drew their share ot
the spectators at O.ihu College Satur
day afternoon mid sevcrui hundred peo
ple crowded around the basketball
court to see the High School and Ka
wnluhno girls go down to defeat bo
fore the Normals and I'unaboiis,
In the first game the Normals went
after the II, S. girls to fast that tho
latter wcie scoied agulnst on the first
few passes. In the first half the Nor
mals autplajed the Highs two to one,
unci scored In all 14 go Us against the
II, S. li. In the second hair the High
took u braco ami each team stored S
Doth teams teemed nervous at the
Hurt and worked oveitimu trjlng to
KLOie these unnecessary exertions. Tho
total lesult was Normals 33, II. S. 11.
'the i'unulioim showed tho beat form
I of ihu day mid their team work was
I hood, showing the icsult nf trulnlug
i mid coaching. Although they worn
pressed by Hie Kawulnhaos tit times,
Hie leitilt of the gamo wus never In
danger mid the l'uiis lluully won oul
11,,,,u""'"u"',,"'"ell:i" Hints and llm l'uiis lecelved
iiiuiioM t -lUfMiniii tt ,uiml m yvry Bl1 ljjy
Whlle (his ji'Ut'u leauia do uol iiiiiiii
up In thn in of fiiriui'l )inis still Hie Misses iii.il. A I'll lie, H. Iluiilil
phi) lug is full- mill is sum In liupiovu mid It flminl, III lii)es, .1 (liiurd, W
ns thu Bi'imm giutvii HUH ' li Hlme; nui.ni, II, . I'm-
,l lmii-4 lliilii'ili'iu niul C Cri'tti l"ii, I (Iminl. Oioigu Hnpal Tim put
did itoml wnrl us unit i Mint llieli w omiwi inn Mis, Hlilpuian, Min
ilnluiu wiu nutti iumiiiiiim iiiiii4, Mu I.IimIsiiv, Mm lluyiv,
MRMEN 11 l
The Rapid Transit boys, with five
out of their nine men league i!ner.
.!... ll ..I. II... I.Anl.nll Inniu nf T. It
rl . " .."" . ."I."' "V Vo
navies - t-o. nnu run up u buuic ... .
This game win plajed at Anla park.
on Salurdny afternoon and wns wit-1
nesRed by a good large crowd.
In the second, third and fourth in
nings tho Transit pin) era found Uurim
benders mid swatted the aplicrn foi
many hits mid 7 runs. In the eighth
spasm they nl did good work mid 4
nioro men crossed the pan, cinching
Hie game for keeps,
i:crs of the Clks. performed the
slab work for the railroads and kept
tho nierehants busy fanning the air.
I'nt (lleason handled the liidlcutor
mid got off with his life; In fuel Pat
This puts two fcculps on the It. T.
bell Infantry and Davles. The car
boj s art) looking for bigger game unci
are open lo play any of them.
Itapld Transits i:vers, p , Human
kit, e,; Hoblnsou, lb; Ajlett. 3b.;
l'lunketl. 3b ; I'ern, ss ; I'rntl, rf.;
Hoytr (Capt,), if., Nelson, cf.
Then. II. Davlo-t & Co Hums, p.; M.
Joseph, l-.; ltobi ruou, lb ; ilriins, 3b.;
AloviX .lb.; Kia, ss . Sllva, rf , Cu Sue,
If; Ah Slti, cf
The store by innings:
Itapld Transits ..03140014 U
Davlea & Co ... 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 4- (
I M. C- IP 1 GAME
Ah was expecltd, the Malles put It
all over the soldiers In Saturday's
nicker game and In u one-sided con
It st scored four goals ngalnst the Sol
Uncle Sam's men do not work to
gether and they showed absolutely no
The .M alios scored two goals in each
half mid thn rhauiei are could have
made tbu score larger If they, so de
sired, forward Calleral, Gray mid
Halley nil did good work and scored for
J. II. rlddes, the father of the game,
was tho orllclat, mid there was not u
player who questioned u decision.
Malles Coal, Helser; backs, Anttei
son, Center; h.il(-b.iiks, Kcllclt. Jamie-
ion, Harrison; forwards, J, Ken, V,
Halley, Catterall Cray, II: Halley.
Infantry Coil. Thompson; backs,
Swift, Dougherty: half-backs, Klnihull
Kotb, HIMiop; forwnrds. Lnudls, Huilth,
Moon. Yau Vllet, Kwiug.
V. M. C.A.SH0WSF0RM
The team representing the YounB-
Men's Christian Association showed
much Improvement and played some
good foothill They showed a dash
and team work that will win games If
they continue Ileardmoro and lllnck
man again showed up In good ahupc fur
Hie Chi 1st Inns.
The game ended with the same more
ns the first, niul when It was ull over
the Y. M. C As had scored one goal
In the first half mid three in the Inst
Ileal dinore stored two ot these goats
J. I.. Cockbum rcfereed this game.
Y. M. C A. Ooal. Dixon; backs.
Turner, Stanley, Heardmore; hulf
bicks, 11 T Heardmore. Zlegler, (1111;
forwards, Wnterhouse, Oss, Churlon,
I'uniihous Ooal. jq On; backs, Mac-
connell, 11. It. Catton; half-backs, ,Mc
Dougall, Moil Yin, I'rungwell; for
wards, lluckley. Dodge, Macauluy, J, II.
a a a
The store or tho Infantry-Twilight
ffumu was as follows:
I 2 3 4 5 C 7 8 !)
Infantry 4 0 10 2 10 0 -8
Twilights 0 020U000 02
Iufuutr llliigland, c
Horn, lb.; White, 2h
llojle, ss., Itoberls, rf ;
; Drown, p;
; Cure), Ul.;
Twilights Joseph, c; Dupont, Mey
er, p ; Sebastian, lb.; Hordeii, '.U;
Freltas, 3b.; Hvers, ss.; Price,
Hego, cf , Nastlmcnlo, If,
a a a
At Aula Park:
Kllohaus 24, New YOrks H.
Kumauiiwals 18, C. A. C. li.
a a a ,
Murrled Men 10, single uieu U,
a a a '
There were no games played In the
Maklkl I.tngue yesterday. Home looked ,
too uwect to the Sweet Homos mid til") ,
failed to maleriallze.
a a a
Illlo, Nov 29. The ladles' Tennis
Club of Illlo Is preparing to glvou New
Yeai'a eve dunce ut Spieckels hull
'I'll li 1 II in in 1 1 l.iua In i luifuu fll-k 11-
The tuiiiinltlees.lii chargii uru. I'l
name. II l'atlen, II, Vlcurs; Hour limn-
ugor J I) IJaslon; rcf
Mlhul Ihiut. Mimlam
lues Mutciilf, I'al-
len drain ami Vk'.us; ilrcuiullous,
Impressive Eulogy Is De
livered B W. H.
The nil.s of Honolulu held their an
nual lnemorlnl seruces jestunlay aft
ernoon In the (Irnnd Opera IIouso mid
thoro was not n vacnnt scat to bo had
when the ceremonies commenced, Tho
concert given by tho band in tho Cap
itol grounds opposite wan completed
! 4nnt lipfnrn the serviced nnenpil ntul.
,,, ,. ...-,. u,nP.unn.1i t,nn.
... nin(,u ft lnMl ,lllprCH9,vo ,tro.
. uo,lm , na , ,,
I (til and Impressive, Ihu scone which
was set being symbolic of tho worli
dono by the lodgo and mechanical ef
fects added grcntly to tho imprcsslve
ness. Tho music wag furnished by th
Hyiuphony Orchestra, and by a niuiu
niinrtcl with a violin solo by J. II,
Huchlcy and vocal selections by Ches
ter Livingstone, accompanied by U. H.
Tho oration wns delivered by Judge
Kingsbury'. He brought out strongly
tho purposes of tho lodge, saying that
tho great principle of tho members
was to do good. Ho said that men
wero taught all through their lives tho
principle of "Ho good and you will be
happy," but that the i:lks principle
went even further than this and added
as its motto Do good and mako others
happy. The famous "ALou Hen Ad-
hem" poem of Leigh Hunt was quoted
In tho course of Judge Kingsbury's
oration as mi example set in verse of
whnt was Intended to be accomplish
ed by the II. 1. O. E.
In closing. J ml go Kingsbury said:
"Memorial Day unites the sorrowful
memories for the dear departed and
the Joyful memories of their benevo
lent doings, and elevates our hearts
and minds in the sweet sorrow of com
placency as wo think of the departed
and feel their biotherly love.
"Ah stood the Prophet on Mount Du
tch, so stand wo upon the monument
of benevolent acts raised by our broth
er Kills who have gone before, mid,
hiding our faces In the mantle Memo
rial, listen to the still small voice. Bay
ing: "And now abldclh l'alth, Hope,
Charity, those three, but the greatest
of those is Charity," and thn infinite
Kxaltctt Huler is In that voice: Our
Counselor for the days ot mirth and
merriment, our consoler on this day
of mourning and memorial."
The eulogy delivered by Will II. Mc
Inerny was one of tho finest efforts of
Its kind which has been heard In Ho
nolulu. Ho spoko in a manner which
called tears to tho eyes of many and
which could not but endear htm It) his
brother i:iKs and to all present. Call
ing nttentlon to tho eleven vacant
chairs liu spoke of the oration of Marc
Anthony over tho body of Cuesar when
he proclaimed that "tho evil that men
do lives after them; thu good is oft
Interred with their boneB." This
might bo true, ho said, with tho heath
ens of olden times, but not in Klkdoiii.
In closing ho said:
"Tho good deeds of our brothers wu
chisel Into slabs of granlto and their
faults wo bury deeper than thu grave,
than tho unfathomable depths, of
ocean, into everlastlni; oblivion.
"Tho hopti of Imiuoitallly llnds deep
response In every soul when about to
jlold Its existence as a sacrlflcu to
Tho ceienionles wem closed by tho
uliiL'lm- nf "Abide With Mo" by Mrs.
Utritn,, McV MiirLnlt nornlllliailleit by
Mrs. L. Ttnney-l'eck and thu bene
diction was pronounced by Chaplnln
Itev, A. Mackintosh, tho uudleiiLo leav
ing the auditorium to tho strulns of
Handel's "I.argo" rendered by the
BAND CONCERT TONIGHT
This ov enlng at 7:r,0. at i:niina
Squaii, the band will play the follow
March "The Spirit of Ubvrty'.Sousa
Overture "Itallau III Algiers". HtHslui
lutei mezzo "Russian" rranl.o
Selection "Mahucco" Veidt
Selection "Messenger Hoy"
UjIIuiI "The Light of the World" ..
Waltz "Vienna lluubons" . . Strauss
finale "Dlxlelund" llulues
"The Stur Spangled Hauner"
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Uulletln gives a complete summary of
ihf news of tho dav. For SJ a year.
.,.,,, following olllteis were clett
ut ,., mi.HiK ,)f ,1B chlno.0 Alo
club hist night, foi the eai I1IU7.
I'lesldeut, lleiiiy II. Nam.
Vltn piesldeiit, A. V Villi
Suietiiiy, Wong T. Cliong
Treasuui, C. Ah 'long.
Aiidlloi. tlto II, l.lm.
. Mini Taj wus tliiij.ui in iiitiiuiKi
llm buiibull team mid Jus, Ah Vup lis
tiipliiln of thu nine.
Tim Illlo puns mu running mi In
door IKIIClmll i numu,
that the elections arc over
have time to think about
paint, paper-hang and
Business Boomers S.S, Signs
New season's Pack. Just in
fimc for Thanksgiving.
I CAN 8ELL
YOUR REAL ETATE OR BUSI
NESS NO MATTER WHERE LOCA
TED. Properties and Bualaesi of all
klnda sold quickly for cash In all
parte of the United States. Don't
wait. Write today ducrlblna what
you have to sell and fllvo cash price
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Builneia or Real Estate
anywhere, at any price, write me
your requirements. I can save you
time and money.
DAVID P. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN.
415 Kansas Avenue,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
8 Building lota In Manoa Valley, 1-2
acra each, $1000 a lot.
Btautlfdl site, bracing air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 785.
832 FORT 8T.
8TOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
WM. I. IRWM& CO., LTD
AOENTS FOH TUB
Royal Insurance Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Alliance Assurance Co. of London,
Scottish IJnlon & National Int. Co. ot
Fire Association of Phllarfj-Jphla.
Alliance Insurance t3r$rtlon, Ltd.
Wllhelma of Magdcbimg Oeneral Insur
manufactured from pure distilled va
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAUU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Blue 3151
AND OTHER PIANOS.
IBS AND 158 HOTEL STREET,
Opposite Young Hotel.
Exquisite Handpalnted Aloha Souvenir
Calendars. Tapas, Mats, Baskets,
Fans, Brasses, Pottery.
HAWAII & 80UTH SEAS
OF PINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DI8PLAY
MIKE WRIGHT CIGAR
The best smoke sold In
this market. Try it.
HAY8ELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BLDQ,
PIAN0LA8 ON INSTALLMENTS
You can buy the wonderful Pianola
plsno player on easy monthly pay.
menu Anyone can afford to have
UEH08TMOM MUBIO CO,, LTD,
ODD PCLLQWn' ULDQ,
Alexander S Baldwin
. . COOKE Menaief
A. P. Baldwin "resident
I. B. Cast! Vlca President
H. M. Alexander... Second Vie Prat.
L. T. Peck Third Vie Prea.
. Waterhouie Treaeurer
E, E. Paxton Secretary
. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commtrelal tufar C
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Comcany
Kaliulul Railroad Company.
Haleckala Ranch Comnany.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co. Jt"s
The Walalua Agricultural C.
Tha Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Pulton Iron Works, 8L Louie, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Ceo. F. Blake Steam Pump.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tht Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
?. I. IrwU Ci., Ui
WM. G. IRWIN... President and Mgr.
(NO. O. SPRECKELC.Ist Vies Prea.
W. M. CIFFARD 2d Vlca Prea.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
W. F. WILSON Auditor
Oceanic Stssmshlp Co., San Franelteo,
Western Sugar Retiring Co., San Fran,
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
fewall Universal Mill Co. (Manufac
turers of National Csna Shred
der), New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., Snn
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU. T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant Co., Or -naa Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co,WalIuku Sugar Co.,
Pepeekeo Sugr.r Co., Tho Planter
Lln of Ban Franclaco Packets.. Chas.
Brewer & Co.'s line of Boston Packets.
LI8T OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cocke, President; George
Robertson, Vice President and Mana.
ger; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor: P.
C. Jores, C. M. Cooke and J. n. Gait,
6. F. DILLINGDAM CO.
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Provldenoe Washington Insurance Co.
Ith FLOOR, STANGENWALD BLDO.
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
But you Must have the BEST
and that la provided by the famous
and most equitable Lawa of Massa
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be folly Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke.
HONOLULU, T. H.
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
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Office 'Phone Blue 1801,
Residence 'Phone Blue 2311
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