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EVnNINO nULLCTIN, HONOLULU. T. II., SATITIWAY. MAY lfi. lftO"!
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THE1 BRZMBED BUB0NBG PLAGUE
The Citizens' Health Committee says: "This plague is primarily a
diseaso o! the rat." Nothing else la so sure a destroyer oi rata, driving
them nnt ol the house to die, &9
SishU zami 8$fa Paste -
The health authorities recommend Electric Paste the U. 0. Government
buys tt rind ua;o It as the most rellab'le rat poison known. For your
own protection use Stearns' Electric Paste around your premises. and
Llll and keep away thi dangerous rats.
HrtoirrQ&"vtifJllUiJ Jwf .fliftVTr.-
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ImliannpoHs, Ind., Mar.-2-1, '08.
Stoddard-Dayton Motor Car Co., Dayton Ohio.
Model "K"'viiis first in $27G0 class, first in $3500 class, first
in $3500 and over, defeating all entries regardless of H. P.; also'
special time prize winning hilt recoid.
On- first car of the Stoddard-Day ton make. It is a peach.
Cora? and see' it.
Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
Discount Your Shoe Bill
by having your soles and heels put on by us. Quality in
shoe-repairing goc3 deep below the surface; it is not just
on top. Our method is to do the BEST work for the least
possible price. Shoes soled and heeled while you wait.
1119 UNION ST.
J ' All
'$20 to -$30
, fir yv
2 ot. box 30o; to oz. box SI.OO.
Sold bj druoolilt and penetal ilorct eitrrhero or
lent Direct prepaid on receipt ol trice.
Stearns Electric Paste Co.
UUri'ALO, N. Y
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NEAR HOTEL STREET
8 I'll WMBII I' 1ft
Line of i
S.fir. .:1 (4L
RECEIVED BY ALAMEDA.
Have the clothes you wear, made
ficm your own mcaBnrcmcnts and be
Wcll-Drcsscd. It don't co3t any more.
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HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
has the latest method in the art of
embalming, so that bodies can be
kept any length of time,, and still
produce a lifelike appearance.
Give him a call and his work will
speak for itself.
Office, 1120 FORT ST.; Phono 170:
Might Call, 1014.
For Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Brown
AtntiUK tho ngieeublu events ot the
wni'k nai the bridge party glen by
Judge mid Mrs. Henry Cooper at their
Minion residence, nu Thursday oven
lug In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A.
llrmvn. The Cooper mansion is well
(inert for entertaining, the spaclnu.i
Iitnals, largu drawing'-uums nml stone
court filled Willi palms mul putted
plants being simply Ideal lor the pur
pose, Kings. bunting anfl greoiiB in.ulo
the looniii charming. Crlnirou cariii'
tluus lu largo bowls eontvlbuted vivid
spots of color, nnd the glorious union
llght (eiupled tin ilummlcn inil-oi-
doots. the imicb maligned Mnnua ell
mate being peifectl free liiiui either
tain or mUt. Mr nnd Mis. Iliov.n
wcio dented at table No. I anil ever;
body piogressod. keeping tho itarliu 1
of the unmu number, thus giving ;ui
opportunity of vlslllug at the tit Rt
table. Judge nml Mrs. Cooper assist
eil by Mli'H Alleo Cooper, lecelved the,
guests in the stone court. Mr. Albert
Cooper and the "twins" assisted in
looking after the romfoit of tho
guests. The woman's prize, a caned
iory powder box, wim won by Mrs.
Maiston Campbell, and Mr. Frank A I,
heitou can led nwnj the liian's prize,
an ivory paper cutter. A ilelltlmiii
supper was sened at (be close of the
K.itue. AinoiiK tbosn pienent v.eie:
The ipieslH or honor Mr. and Mm. V.
A. Urmvii Mr. and Mrs. V. SI. Swan
zy, Mr. and Mrs. McStocker, Mr. and
Mrs. l'ranlc linlBle.id, Mr. and Mis,
Atlu'ilnn, Mr. and Mrs. Iliiuneheii;,
Mr and Mrs. Mjers, Mr. and Mn.
Wallnee r.iiriiiKtnii, Mr. and Mrr
James Iteniiuily, Mr. and Mis. Mniv
ton Canipbell, Mr. and Mra. Uelilfoul,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wall, Mr. am Mrs.
Spalding, Mr. and Mrs. (laities, Mr.
and Mrs. llawcs, Jr.
Musical Lecture Coming
Honolulu is lu lnuo u treat on tlio
2!)th In tho shape of a mustci'l lecture
of n unique character at tho Cantle
Tree Klnderrartcn. Mr. and Mrs. Vlr
gel aiu world lcuowued and lu Now
York have a prominence kUuii only to
artUts of tlio highest oider. Tho mils
lent lectuie given by Mr. Virgil Is Il
lustrated by Mru. Virgil, a pianist of
tho highest culture. Her touch is ex
rpilcltc, and ns her husband's lectin eu
on music, etc., deftly Illustrates his
meaning. Ilu Is tlio Inventor of the
famous Clalrer method, which Is to
freely used by cultivated musicians,
Mr. and .Mrs. Virgil have nintlo two
trlp& to Australia, meeting with the
greatest enthusiasm from tho muslc
Imlng AiiHtrnllnnii. Tlio tickets aiu
only ono dollar, piano pupils fifty
cents, and can bl obtained fiom the
patiohesfcs or nt tho door. Mrs.
Mem j lllcknell of 70, Kjtkul street,
Is greatly'lntorested in tho eiiccck3 or
tho affair as irell as Mrs. Wcstervclt,
A',,.,ie,i .lmi.l,l ,wi.,n,n...t mI
melancholia, commonly called "tho
blux'iV'is in iiino times out of ton a I
organic- tlcraiigcnicnt nml hhouldi
hnvo illlllicdiato llttcntion.
Women vhoso spiiits nro '
(lcprcsed. and who nvo nilinirl
nnd miserable, should rely upon
VnfA F DIMICUAIUI'C
kllVtM CrirHinHITI 3!
us is oviileiiccd liy following lottoia. I
M.v h' V.IUivnvil. r,f -vtnwvlii,. .
N. V., writes to -Mt.s. I'iiikliain:
"for tlireo ivara 1 was in an awful
despondent and ncrrous .coiiilltion
caused by femalo troubles. I was not
contented anywhere, and was In such
constant fear that honiethliiK terrible
was fc'oliiff to happen that it seemed a3
though I should loso my mind. Lydla
1- I'inliliam'h Vegetablo Compound has
restored my health, nnd I cannot say
enough for it."
Mrs. Mary J. "Williams, of Ilildge
poll, 111., writes to .Mre. riiikJiuiu:
"I havo been suffering fromafenmla
trouble, backache nnd headaches, anil
was so blue that I was simply Indcsp.ilr.
I feel It my duty as well us my pleasure
to tell you that I,ydla 13. Pinkhaui'
Vcgctahle Compound cured me. Tho
cluingo In mynppearnneo is wonderful,
and I wish overy suffering' woman
would try It."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lytlia K. link,
ham's VeKotnblo Compound, mado
fiom roots nnd liorbs, Las been tho
stnnilr.nl remedy for femalo ills,
women who havo been troubled with
tion, irregularities, poriodiu pains,
backache. Why" don't you try itj
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n pianist herself ot marked nullity.
Tlio patronesses Include. Mrs Oeorgo
Carter, Mrs. Henry lllcktiell Mrs
WOstorvclt, Mm. Love. Mrs. C. M
Cooke, Mrs. C. Hedcmami, Mrs. Win
ter llrlnckcihof, Mid. Itlchnrd Iem
Mrs. Clarence Cooke, Mrs. Montague
Conke, Mrs. Frederick l.uwie. Mrs.
Allen White, Mre. m Hull. Airs. Molt.
Sinllh, Mrs. Weight, Mrs. flunk Ath
erlon, Mr. Ilruce McV M.iekall, Mrs.
Teiilicy l'eck, Miss Mnigiiei Hopper,
Miss Ilyliigion, Mrs. Cbailes Cooper,
Mrs. (Inlt, Mrs. A. 1 .linld. Jr., Miss
Hartwell, Mis. W. M (li.ili.im, Mrs.
A. (I. Hawes, &r.
Hegaullng tho proposed bail fur ibo
sailors which Is being talked of, tho
society women of Honolulu will do
nu thu win Id does elsewhere. Tho
lull is certainly a guoii Mia, but
would (ho salloro cue In d.inee with
tho soclely women would they not
much rather dance with a lrl of their
own choice? As n rule, ihe officers
unit Ihelr families an the s-rentest
htlcklcis for tho ilgid cilipnttc wlileh
always obtains regarding ibis subject
the world over. Tcrnum balls are
one Ihlng and thy. great American sail
or another ulfalr altoceiher. !Iao
tho ball, by all means, hat allow the
society wuiuca'aud ilu- sailors to
choose tliolr nwn paitn, is
"Tlie Hoso Mnlden," at the Hawaii
an Opera House went off last night
with nil thu swing ami ,Iah which
might heuxpecti'd from ihe excellent
sololstH", Mrs. Mnckall. li O'Day, Mr.
Kdmuiids ilnd ,.Mr.' I.lliigsluuu can
congratulate tliciiisehes upon adilln
In their already enxiable leputatloi,
for splendid work. Mi I.UIngatnu
conducled tho chums lu a muster
fashion nnd the;. iesioiuled billllaut
ly.. Tile chnrtib was guiten fiom the
High Scliuul, Mills Institute. Knnicha-
ini'lia schools and was one of the bsst
our listened to here. Their olces
were In uulsnti, nnd the music of "The
lloso Maiden" brought out the depth
or natuiu and (one. Tlie house was u
lai go line, packed to the gallery, whlcft
showed great eiitliiiKljmu fur tho
music festival, and this ought to bo
Mr. J. 11. Daggett, who has Just
completed a fascinating bungalow nt
Kalmukl, wns a passenger In tho III
lonlan for California, whoru ho will
spend the summer, icturuing In the
iiutttum with his sister and nclce,
who will spend the winter at tho
bungalow with then- relative. Mr.
(llll was the urchltpi t of the bunga
Mrs. Geo. H. Ilohertson, accom
panied by her charming daughter,
MUs Milan lloburtion, nru touring the
Island of Hawaii They have been
loyally entertained by their friends
and wore guesis uf honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Hewitt at Walolilno, last
Mr. and Mis. Clllford Kimball, who
mo visiting their family in Iloston,
nio quite, cnjmlng their stay In the
Huh of Culture Tho Klmballs ex
pect to tetiiin lu tho Mongolia. The
.Mitres Nora Swanzy and Harriet
Hatch will accompany them.
Tho Klluhana Ait League will glw
a reception for tho Vlrglls, and It ts
possible that V may bo Induced (i
stop nu heni a i glvo lessoiu loi n
fow mdnths. '
Mr. Kdniiinil Ili'deinann returned on
' tVUluy-lh the Koua fiom California,
whero liu was at school, to spend the
summer with his family at Wulklkl,
"Allce-Slt-b the Klro," Jllss Klhel
"arrjnioros gnai pair, win lie e;
"yl ' tin. SeuiorH of tho High
bch0"1 "" s'-"""''''' Jim c""
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MlsB o0lla nlriu" was, ,,1U urlht'
paitlcular Hlur al Hie Opera Hoiiso on
Wcrjni'Bduy I'tvnmg In conjunction
with tho mmiiig pictmes. Her slug
l"g was greatlj uijojed. and tliu iiiihh
' iiiiillence ingliiy unlertaluel
it was an ec, II. in entertainment.
,,r,,leo ""',1 "'""i-atilcil Pol mil
Mrs. l'arkci' ii. il, Cuatl. The 1'il'ire
and Col. p.uki i m'I amuso llieinselvci
by hunting !'g ji.ie in Canada ilnr '
lug thu suiiini'i iiioaihs. I
k A i.
Mr. P. Kliuuii was a leliirnlng pas
senger lu tin Kme.i, Mrs. Klamp
will follow soon
Mr. A. Tuvlo' was a returning pa&
feiiger In the tiansport this vvek after
u veiy pleas.ini uutlng in' San Kran
clcco, which has h"cn of gteut benefit
to him phvj-deallv.
Mis Hi liu Lei lion", who has heo.i
visiting her win. f)r Ililuckerhoff, for
the winter, was u passenEer In tlia
China for tlie Suites.
Mr. mid Mis C. W. C. Dcoiing were
tho host ami hostess ot a charming
u'lniier at the Country Club on Thurs
Mis. Hiuory's tea was postponed on
Thursday un u (.count of Illness.
Mrs. Itaymond C. Hi own and hei
two clilldicn loturned hy tho Koiea.
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PROM THE NEWSMAN'S -VCJTES .
Honolulu eocIcix will not trip tho
gay and giddy with tars of tho ricel.
says the Moinlng Hollow. And why.
prill, dear Velper' Did .the elite of I
San rraiieUco pass up the opportu
nity to mlnglo nnd commingle with,
dance with, or fcto the Jacl.lea who
traoled fiom Ihe Atlnutlc to the I'a-
cint7 I ically don't expect, the Howl
to be able to answer with nny ilcgiea
of reason any questions nf moment.
That wouldn't he In the regular
course of events Hut you can Just
put It down In jour little lb-leaf, ur
wager jour last nil, that the society
ladies of Honolulu will, when the
.occasion iiilses. us It will during the
sojourn of the I'leot here, do them
selves pinuil In tlmlr elforts to make
things pleasant for I'tuie Sam's Kill
ors, so that when thoy Irave they
will, Instead of leiiiemberlng "snubs"
enrry away an Impression of the leal
ts Theodore Hoojovelt an uncon
scious iinture-fakir? Illnls, nnliiinls,
mountains, towns, babies, nml, now.
fish have been named after him. Is
this right? Would It not be beltc
to glvo John Jones or Jim Smith n
whacl. at this naming business? How
Illustrious It would sound to cult a
new species of whale, If thetc air.
any, Ihe "Jonscsy Johaiinus," nr,
to he simple nnd beautiful, plain
".Smlttle " It accnis to me that ltoo
sevelt has about nil the honors
crowded on his weak shoulders bu
cull stand. He owns thu Dove of
Peace nnd he lontrols tho Dogs ot
War, and now thero ! n "Hoosevol
tin" fish wiggling litis In tho briny
deep. However, It Is a comfort to
think that the blame cannot bo plac
ed on either Teddy or the fish.
There was one day last week that
should havo a place In hlstoiy. Mis.
Mary II. Atcherley did not tall on
the Governor; did not communicate
with Mm by telephone; nor did she
wrlto to him. This was startling,
and someone wondeied audibly If
"the world was coming to un end."
Tor tho last few weeks Mrs. Atcher
ley has been making dally requests
that J. I.or Wallacli be illowcil a full
and free pardon. She arrived at the
outer ofllco ir tho executive Cham
bers In the early morning, nnd wait
ed patiently hour nftflr hour for nu
audience. And sho usually got II,
Hut this one Day of Days sho did not
appear on tho scene. It was Inex
plicable until I.loyd Cnnkllng, gave
out tho Iiiformatlon that "Mr. Molt-
binlth has been engftged all morning
with the Itev. .Mr, Thwing."
HII.i Wheeler Wilcox, who went
away from Hawaii firmly convinced.
according to her own statements,
that this was tho most desirable
plaeo lu nil tho world to llvo, now
"has hopes, merely hopes," of mak
ing her winter home In Southern
California. ,She hays:
"It is merely a dream; but all
pleasant things nio ilrc.ims before
they nro realities. they tnKo foim
In the Invisible realm before becom
Continuing, thu soulful Klla wan
ders oft Into esthetic, whirls nnd In
dulgent raptures regarding Mm c
qulslteness of a climate only to bo
found in nnd around l.os Angeles, It
Is ii dream, as thu society lady ic
niarks apiopos lier made-over Kastnr
bonnet. And Hlln Is the dreamy one.
to be sine. Her lealm Is lu the bane.
She culls anything and everything a
dream. Her plans sue but "dreams."
Southern California Is u "dream."
I.lfo Is a dicain. Nothing UKu It,
this slumberland business. Hut I
wonder If l.'ll.i would tall Honolulu
f3BP'"For Rent cards on salt at
hi, flulli'tln oflf
PROFOSED NEW OPERA
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Iloston k new Ciaud Opera llmuo Is lo he un Imposing structure.
with a liiinilMinio exterior and with the Inieiior and stngu arrangements
modeled after tho newer oporn hfiu-.es ot Ktirope. Preliminary plans
hnvo been drawn by Messrs. Wheelwright & Haven, architects. Tne cost
of slto and building Is (o be $700 UOO Mr IClien I). Jordan donated tho
slto and also has guaranteed tho cost of erecting the building and tho
running expenses for tlireo yens, t'oity-slx boxes havo been subscribed
for at t'2,i). a year, and tho nrtlntlojunnugcment will bo in tho hands
of Mr. Henry UubbcII, manager of tho San Carlo Opera Company.
i m m
Dr. Tnknfusa Shljo, cninmlssiunei
and rccretary or tho Department u
Agrleiiltuie nnd C'otnmerco of Japan
was u thi'niiL'h pansenger on tin
steamship China He Is mi a loin
around tho world. Ktudlng the for
estr candlltons of tho principal state
lu the Hulled Slates and Ihirupe. Dur
ing his stay here, he visited the Ka
iiH'liaineh.i Schools, where he was
shown around the campus bv Vice
I'llnclpal IT. Thompson, lu the arter
noon he vlslleil various Inslilutloii
of leninlng nml thu nqiliirtuui Dr. h! ,
Jo Is a highly oilurated geiitb in in. bo
lug a graduate of ihc'Jupiiiii-e !'. i
College and Hut lmierlnl I'lil'-ei'-n
"I am going around the nmM i
broaden my exporlcuce." snld Shim
"An u commlsslonor nnd siciei-n
nf Ihe Depailmeut.of Agrlrulture unit
Cummeice, I tint expected to nml;,' i
polls of my Hip nbioad alur m r
turn to .lupin. My special mission
icqiilrcs me to make a slofi uf m
mouths In the United Status, vlsitin
San l'ranelsco, Chicago. Now Yoik
Ilustuii mul Washlngloii, 1). C. On
Kuropu 1 will vUlt London. I'nrls. llei
lln, Itomi'. Si Piteisburg mid tlu
other prluclp.il cltb s.
"Japan of todaj Is randlng her om
cluls ahiolid to see for themselves and
learn new things which tho Japanese
Government may use. We nio anx
ious lo got new Ideas in order to make
our country prosperous. It Is the In
tention of thu Minister of ihe Depart
ment of Agriculture and Commerce to
send abroad four high officials uf hit
department to ncgulre practical exper
ience from thu oulbldo world. I ntn
tho tecond ono going out now. The
llrst nlllclnl who paused through here
was Mr. M. Oka. lu is hound to
South America mid Mexico to study
mining. 1 will be followed by the
chiefs of thu liurcaus uf Commerce
and Indiftry, nnd l'Ubcry."
Mr. Shljo cal'ed oil Consul General
S-iito after which In rem wed
his ncqualntanto with Isaac H
Hurliottle ot tho .In office, who was
his school mate, when the latter was
lu Japan twenty enrs ago.
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LIKUPl t UlNiHoQ
A Curable Disease
Drunkenness 13 a progressive dis
ease; the modciato drinker Is not sat-
jIMlcu with two or three drinks n day.
lho cravlnK for ,noro nnJ ,1U), bo-
comes Irresistible as tho cllt-r.nfo ad
vances; the result Is Chiuulc AUoliol
Inn. Tho treatment tired successfully by
thousands right In their own homes Is
Drrlne. It Is a sclintlflc cure fur
Priiukcnueas and has given such uni
versal satisfaction that It is sold
under a pojitlv'o guaiantce to effect u
euro or your money will ho refunded.
This guarantee is given In good faith
end Ib carried out to the letter. Or
line Id not a new rcniedv ; It ha3 been
sold by tho leading ilrugglsts In every
illy for 5 cars.
Orrlne No. 1 Is tho secret remedy;
Orrlno No. 2, is for those willing lo
'alio the ticatmcnt. Klthor form rosta
11.00. Tlie guainntco Is tho rame In
either rate. Willo to The Orrlne Co,
Wnbhlngton, D. C for free (rcatl?o
lii Drunkenness., mailed in plain
tealed enyclope. Orrlne will bo .mailed
ncalfil on receipt of price Sold by tho
lending druggists In overy town nnd
city, and In this city by Honolulu
Drug Co., Ltd.
Judge, King , trv will ih liver Ihe
I 'f. co eildiess nt thu Chllstlau church
HOUS& IN SOSION 0
for eallnft. clripklnft, end rooking
lJui. Dclk mu, NulrlU."i
BfwVfiu Oxa. 1-2 lb tini
UaVer't Chocolate ( unvrctmed). 1 J lb ctn
German Swrct OtocoUtr. 1-4 Hi vaVn
, rt-r5ul-'b 1 ca'IHt OmiM
In llmiii uAi
WALTER BAKER & GO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
IS IIIOIIL51 AWARilS IN LI 1 'lI'C
NOTICE OF SAIE OF GENERAL
LEASES OF AGRICULTURAL
LANDS AT LAUPAIIOEHOE
WELOKA AND KAIAAKEA,
At twelve o'clock noon. Monday,
Juno 8, 190S, at die front MiMHiro
of tho Judiciary llulldlng. llonohi.ii,
there will be sold nt public .ui'tion,
under thu Provlslops of Pan ,. I.i ud
Act 1S9S, nnd of Suctions :'7.s-.'s:. n
elusive, Hovlied Ijiws of Ifrwall,
General Lease! of tho following de
1. Lauds of Laupahoehoe-AVelo
ka, comprising the lands of Vo-loka-1'aeohe,
Kapchu 2. K.ipchu 1,
KaBt Mmunlulii. West Muanalulu,
Kalwll.il.il ilu I'.ipaaloa, Klhaluul,
Kllau anu Laupalloehoe, and consist
ing or i,'ii acroi, more ur lew, agri
cultural land, said land being xiiunt-
cd nt Laup.thoe.hoe. Island of Haw. .11.
Torm oH.case, ton (10 years fiuri
May 1, mOD.
Upset rental, JS.IuC.IO per annum,
payablo tenil-annually In advance.
This I.easo will bo told ro'eivtng
to tho outgoing tenant tho prlvilcjo
of harvesting1 crops growint; on ttio
land on May 1, 1U09, uie outgoing
tenant being required to pay for
Biich prlvilegu to the iucuium.' u t
an nmouiit equal to tho rout per it ro
p:rid hy such Incoming tunnnt nopur
tloncd to tho tlmo required to com
plete, fitch harvesting.
i. Lands uf ICalaaken, conslrtttig
of 100 acres inoro or less, agricultur
al laud, said land being situated near
l-nupnhuehoe. Maud of Hawaii
Term of I.casu, eight lb) jcars
fiom May I. 11)08.
Upsut rental, ?33G.O0 per annum,
payablo semi-annually In advance
Tho lessees will bo allowed to ct
frpm tho premises such trees as may
be necessary to provido fence post
for constructing and maintaining tin.
fences icqulrod, under tho terms und
londltlomi uf these lenses.
Tho Oovelnmeut also excepts and
icscrvui from ull of lho above tmcli
all roads,' trails, nnd rights-of-way
Tho ubuuI reservations tcgardlng
lnud rtqulrod by thu Gov eminent for
settlement or publlo purpose will bd
embodied ir, each ufthn nhovn teases.
Tor plars and full iiartl-iihirs. ap
ply at the oillee of tho iindcistgncd,
Judicial Ilulldlirg, Honolulu, or at
tho ollke of tho Sub-Agent nt Hilu,
on the Island of Iluwnil
JAS. W. Pit TT.
Cuiiinili-itounr of Public Lands
Honolulu, O.Uiu, T. II . Miiv 7. I'JOS
,1!3i May 'J, IB. 2a, lit); June fi
1923 KALAKAUA AVENUE.
PATENTS Applied For
GENERAL BUSINESS MAN
SALOON is right close to the theater,
wheie you can get the Best of Every,
thing to (Jnnk
Th Weekly Edition o tha Evening
Oullttln gives a complete summary sf
iho neivi of the day.
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