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EVRNINQ nUTAETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. THURSDAY, JULY D, 1008,,
Notice To Republicans
The UepuMlcnn Precinct Clubs throughout the County of Oahu nre
hereby notified to meet nt 7:30 o'clock P. M. on FRIDAY, JULY 10TH,
1908, for the purpose of making nominations for candidates for officers
of the Precinct Club, to be voted for on FRIDAY, .JULY 17TH, 1908, at
7536 o'clock P. M. ( ',4V. ;'- -,
? ' Roll books aro now open for enrollment, and will be kei)t bpea until
itienlght of August 29 th", at 10 o'clock r. M. ' t"y
Chairman Republican Co.inty Committee. ICoun'ty of Oahu.
, K. 11UFFANDEAU. Asst. Sccty.-t "
MEETING AND POLLING PLACES FOR NOMINATIONS AND ElfiC-
HON OF PRE0INCT.OFFICERS..
" FOURTH DISTRICT " '-
1st Precinct Win, C. Roe's residence, 1929 Kalakatta Ave.
2nd Precinct E. Uultandcau's residence, cornor of Alexander and llcr
3rd Precinct J. II. Soper'a residence Kceaumoku and Lunqlllo Sts.
4th Precinct llalloy's Uulldlng, Alapal 8t. nbove llcrctanla St.
5th Precinct John Bull's residence, Kcawe St. off. queen St., Ka
kaako. 6th Precinct A. R. Phillips' residence, South St.
7th Precinct Empty store Mcdrcw lllock, corner of Ucrctnnla and
'8th Precinct Central Fire Station, corner Fort and llcrctanla Sts.
9th Precinct C. W. Booth's residence, Pauoa.
10th 'Precinct Walmanalo Plantation Office.
v FIFTH DISTRICT
1st Frcclnct Koolaupoko, Kaneohc Court House.
2nd Precinct Koolauloa, Hauulo Court House.
"'3rd Precinct Walalun, Walalun Court House.
1 4th Precinct Walana'o, Walanao Court House.
6th Precinct Ewa. Ewa Mill Pavilion.
. Cth Precinct Pearl City, Ewa Court House.
7th Precinct D. M. Kuplhea's residence, Walakamllo Camp, known as
" 8th Precinct Capt. Cluncy's residence, comer Hockley and Knlll Ave.
' 9th Precinct S. C. Dwlght's residence. 1202 DoBha Lane.
plOth Prcslnct A. S. Kalclopu's residence, Alewa.
tilth Precinct Mrs. Stlllman's Hall, School St. near llrldgc.
J 12th .Precinct K, of P. Hall, Chlneso Society, Vineyard St., below
Camp No. 2.,
' 13th Precinct Aala 'Park Dand Stand. July 7. 8. D
BISHOP & CO.. BankeFs
S. M. DAMON.
Balance Sheet as at June 30, 1908
Cash $ 712,001.40 Capital nnd surplus.. $ 908,122.80
Duo from banks nnd Due to banks and
bankers ; . .- 9,391.80 bankers . . ...... 24,307.00
Ilonds, stock and in- Deposits 3,190,055.80
'vestments . . ...... 340,357.68
Loans, discounts and
, overdrafts 2,851,437. C9
Real estate and bank
;, furniture 98,949.53 .
Other assets 72,008.04
J" 14,123,146.20 $4,123,146.20
Honolulu, T. II., Juno 30, 1908.
I, Allen ,W. T.Bottomley, do solemnly swear that the foregoing Bal
ance Sheet represents a true and correct statement of the affairs of tlio
Banking House of Bishop & Company ns at June 30, 1908, to the best of
my knowledge" nnd belief. ALLEN W. T. BOTTOMLEY.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo me this 30th day of June, 1908.
R. R. REIDFORD,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Statement of Condition June 30, 1908
Cash on hand and In
bank' . . $
Loans secured by mort-
JKages on real estate..
Loans .demand and
, time 17,385.00
Furniture and fixtures. 9,439.16
Real estate oftlco build
ing and site 28,086.63
Accrued Interest recclv-
'Assets other than those
specified ubove 7,982.87
Territory of Hawaii, County of Oahl'.
. , I, Jas. L. Cockburn, Treasurer o f the Plshop Trust Company, Lim
ited, do solemnly swear tlmt tho above statement is truo to tho best of
niy, knowledge and bcllof. JAS. L. COCKBURN, Treasurer.
4$j Subscribed nnd sworn to before mo this 30th day of June, 1908.
U J. HARRIS MACKENZIE.
jfcfc Notary Public, First .Judicial Circuit.
" WHEN THE WEEKLY PAYMENT
PLAN PUTS A VICTOR IN YOUR
HOME, ISN'T IT SELFISH TO DE-
PRITE YOUS FAMILY OF THIS
GET FULL INFORMATION ABOUT
OUR EASY TERMS.
.BEEOSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
II. E. 'MURRAY,,.
A. W. T. BOTTOMLEY.
Paid In... $ 57,500.00
Undivided profits 5,040,14
Trust and agency bal
" If MwBfrK
Women should understand that
melancholia, commonly called "tho
blues," is in nino times out of ten a
euro symptom of somo serious fomalo
organlo dcrangcnient-find should
have immediate attention.
"Women whoso spirits aro
depressed, and who aro ailing
and miserable, should rely upon
as is evidenced by following letters.
Mrs. F. Ellsworth, of Mayville,
N. Y., writes to Mrs: Finkham: .
" For three years I was In an awful
despondent anil nervous condition
caused by female troubles. I was not
contented anywhere, and was In such
constant fear that something terrible
though 1 should lose my mind. Lydla
E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound has
restored, my. health, ami I cannot say
enough for It."
Mrs. Mary; J. Williams, of Bridge
port, 111., writes to Mrs. Finkham:
" l.liarc been suffering from a female
trouble, backache and headaches, and
was so blue that I was simply Indcspalr.
I feel it my duty as well as my pleasure
to tell you that Lydla E. Plnkham's
Vegetable Compound cured me. The
change In my appearance Is wonderful,
and I wish every suffering woman
would try It."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydla K. link
ham's Vcgctablct Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been tho
standard remedy for female ills,
and has posit ively cured thousands of
women who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, irregularities, pcriodio pains,
backache Why don't you try it?
of Economy in Painting what is it 1
Is it economical to buy a paint that
is from 10 to 20 per cent, cheaper
than the best paint
but cannot give that smooth, glossy
finish, and docs not wear half so
Use only Pure Prepared Paint, if
you're lookjng for satisfaction.
177 S. KINO ST. PHONE 775.
at Haleiwa will do
you a world of good.
Let it begin at any
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
Assessment No. 8
Delinquent, July 15th, 1008.
HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
1 KAPIOLANI BUILDINO.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
, FRESH BUTTER AND CHEESE.
Sam Wo Maat Co.,
King Street Market. .- . Tel. 288
PER S. S. ALAMEDA
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
Bulletin Busines, Office Phone 236.
Bulletin Editorial Room .Phone 185.
The president appointed James A.jln tho House of Commons that tho
Fowler of Knoxvllle, Tcnn,, to be as-1 date for starting tho penny-postage
slstant attorney general In placb of plan between Great Britain and Amor-
Edward T. santord, appointed united
States Judge for the tnlddlo and east
ern districts of Tennessee.
I)r. Thomas W. Small, chief surgeon
;f tho American line steamer St.
Louis, committed sulcldo by shooting
In his cabin whllu tho boat was at
Now York, no reason for tho act bo
An electric railroad ncross tho en
lire width of the stntc of Illinois atid
parelllng tho main line of tho
more & Ohio Southwestern is content- lantlc nnd Pacific Fleets aro to bo
plated In tho Incorporation at 8prlng- dismantled and turned ovor to naval
field loday of tho Vlnccimcs, Centralla'gtotions, slx-poundcrs being mounted
& St. Louis Transit company. hn thelr j,iaces on tho ghipg.
Engineer Pontcau has announced at The nusso-Chlncso bnnk. In splto
DIJon, France, the Invention of an 'of tno rotcsl of the nusslnn Lega
olectrlo gun which, without explosive- tion nt ,,ckni w immecllate1y wlth
qf any kind., Is capable of firing' 1200 ,Irftw t8 i,rnncncg from that portion
shots a minute. !0f Manchuria over which Japan excr-
A plan for settling tho dobtaof E. CS08 Ua lnn,Icncc nccorung to a ro
ll. Thomas, O. F. Thomas and Robert ,,ort from Mukdcn chlnn.
Maclay & Co., has been nimounced at , charier M. Phillips, founder of the
New York, InvoUng tho Immediate chtlMan stani,nr,,( ur,)tllcr ot cx.
payment of $200 ,0U0 utu annua 1 pay- congressman Thomas W. Phillips of
licnts ot JIOO.OOO until the $3,000,000 NcwcastIe, ,,., nml mcmI)Cr 0't ,ho
..VUV IO TIIIVU UUI. '
I)y tho oxnloslon of a carload of dy
namlto near Sargent, Co., a freight
train on tho Denver &
railroad was blown to pieces,
STTSl." d 0rf' ,rm,,i-t 1 yearold and the oldest .
A plot tq flow up the plant of tho '" "B " ;", "om- ar ..
nadgcr Brass Manufacturing emiw' nJJlfnJErL1'P!t ?'
at Kenosha. Wis., was foiled by Chi- "cAef " ? '""1("T1cr,i(1,lnt"
cago deteq Ives, who found In tho '88 "n who would give $100
trunk of one of tho conspirators evl- ? the propaganda fund nt tho Na
denco which was turned over to tho.1'0""1 Con"nll"n ot "omcopathlsta
dstrlct attorney. Tho men Involved ft Kansas City, Mo., onU for tho next
aro said to be Russian anarchists. half-hour was kept busy kissing wo-
President Roosevelt appointed John mc who subscribed $5,000.
Callan O'Lauglilln of Washington. I)' A"or1'n': ,0 tn Vn""lnK'on ' 'Mt.
C, secretary to tho American comnils-, JTcsldent Roosevelt has a plan to re
BloH to tho Japanese exposition at !fo,rm, " Oovcrnmcnt of tho District
Tokyo in 1912 at a salary of $5000 a ?f Columbia by giving It n single
yCari ihaad, Instead of n Hoard of Commls-
Olio prisoner was Kotitenccd nt St. ! "'oners. Ho may ask Congress to nu
Pctersburg, Russia, to threo years' Int- jtliorlio tho change,
prlsonmonl ami fourteen others to! Robert W. Perks, who was C. T.
from six months In ono year In prison , Ycrkcs' right-hand man In tho Lon
for participating In tho mnssacro at n "tubo" railroad enterprises, hns
Ualllstock, Russia, In 1905. ilicen made a baronet in the list of
Stern Bros. & Co., a Now York firm, birthday honors,
havo received two anonymous letters! The steel brldgo ncross tho Colum
stating that Meyer Nbwman. a sales-. bla river at Vancouver has been corn
man wh6 disappeared with $2,000 pletcd. It is two miles In length, cost
worth of Ulamouds, is being held for a $2,000,000, and is said .to bo tho
ransom of $10,000, longest steel brldgo In the world.
Tho "Rockefeller Institute of New! William J. Campbell, chairman of
York will nstall a vacuum operating tho historical sites committee for
room providing for surgical operations Philadelphia's founders' wcolc, says
in an atmdsphero free from microbes! tho story' of tho designing of tho
and loss pressure upon tho exposed
parts of tho subject whllo tho sur
germs aro at work,
Lightning struck an automobile In
which 'dovornor Hughes of Now York Ing n switch which prevented a Illg
was rldlnic. at Albany, shattering tio;Four flyer from crashing Into a
glass front and steering gear and,
slightly Injuring Wilfred Plain, Jr.,
the owner,- who was driving, but not
Injuring the governor.
Flro caused by an overheated elec
tric Iron damaged several rooms at
tho homo of Former Governor Rich
ards Yates at Springfield, III., and
Kate Doolln, a servant, was seriously
Injured by' a tall whllo trying to pour
water on the flames.
Lieut. Col. Hodges, appointed a
member of tho Isthmian canal com
mission to succocd Jackson II. Smith,
sailed from New York July 8 to tako'nnly daughter of tho Into O. II. P. ncl
charge of tho work ot lock designing .mont nnd will file a claim to his estate,
on the Isthmus. James B. Forgan of Chicago, -ml-
Marquis Nakahlro Ikeda. son of ,dr1l,S8J8 " meeting of bankers ut Po
Prince Kekll Tokugnwa, tho laBt of ?rla. " condemned tho proposed plan
the Japanese shoguns, sailed from o guarantee bank, deposits by law.
New York after touring America on!"1"- Stelnhc 1. widow of tho
a trip uround the world, declaring ,,'run1c.h,'"',ut. 10 wa? Wrangled to
America has handsomer women, tullcr,dol,tn My ,31. '" pr'a. 'lenled that
buildings nnd greater activity than U,V Political motlvo was behind tho
any country ho has visited. If1?1?' ,.sho dcn,clJ t,iat her hushund
Tho dlrlglblo balloon belonging to"""1 Ijcsld comnronilslug letters from a
,!, .,... .l'nrlniKiil nt l.'r;ilin,. mil, l a prominent politician.
successful flight at Solssons. carrying
a carco of 2800 pounds.
i n. ah,.- vi ni.i rnM,,i
New York on his way to Des Moines. i,ncroln woman s garb and killed two
Iowa, after traveling ulone from Slo,,won " n 8ll"K Party whom ho mls
mln, Russia, a distance of 7000 miles, took for pursuers. ,.,,,
nnd will probably contlnuo his Jour- , New York nolico aro, shadowing Raf
ney alone faello Pallzzolo, a former member of
Mrs. Mary Farmer, 29 yearB old, 'hu Italian chamber of deputies who
found guilty of the murder of Mrs. '"";",'rlre,,1 thB,r ' m" Wm 'f"
Sarah llronnnn at Watertown. N. Y.. ,r ,m,r,Iur ' al'' butn'J "emitted at
ScTrhSr6'1 l dCath '" U' "'"'I S.. - " o Co
Wh Ho trying to kidnap his 5-year- JrcM-'co''"0 LOTS'
old daughter from his wlfo. from i J"cftu'"nJn
uUfbrGp g ffiTr K 'TXZ
business partner, near Kellogg, la. IW)H '
Mrs, Russell Sago bought up all of Four ,, wc (lrownci, whe
he Ice cream In Sag Harbor after n hntomobllo carrying a pleasure pur
t he supply had given out at , n picnic (y t rix ,lccamo lmmaagoable. shut
she gave to Sag Harbor children In llt w,m B1)cc(1 ,,own We8t cf),h g,root
tho afternoon. .-,. (Now York, and bounded from an open
Servian clubs of tho United States, , j,jor lllt() (ho North river
mimborloB 200. have rallied to the; Twenty negroea in tho' expedition of
defensp of. three countrymen accused nuko AlIolf KrCdrlch of Mecklenburg,
of the murder of Harry MJIler. .city . Germany, wero frozen to death In n
mnsslial of Kent, Wash., on tho night 'uno.vBtorni In il, Krninr nt iir,.,...
.. A...I1 .
"I 'H'lll 11.
S. O. Mlnter, when going at-a ter
rific rato on a trial trip in an auto
near KiillortRO. Cal.. fainted from
heart trouble, his machlno ran wild
anil upsot, and no was Kilted.
ruucrui ouiciuis uru irymti iu mu.
down a gang In Southern California,
that Iiiib been systematically smug-1
Sling In ChliiebO coolies from Moxlco.
Thrco scouts und one civUlan have
..i i uiuimu iu I.IUII1I uii.(,i, iii mi:
Philippine Islands and In the pro.v-
lnco of Pungaslnan on the Island of
Luzon ninety-three cases havo been
icported, In 24 hours, fiO'perceliti.of -
mem uoing ratal.
A rumor Is current In London stato
circles tnut l.orcl i weeuwoiiiii. presi -
dent of tho council, anil Lord Lore -
nurn, lord high chancellor, are about
iu resign nun mai air. iiaiaane, scc-
relary for war, will bo iiiiiiiimI iib loiil
IiIbIi chancellor an.l Winston (Jluirelilllj
m secrotnry for ,war. . I
Johp JJ, .Lonsdalo mado a proposal
ica bo changca to July 4, but It was
not adopted onilho ground that Oct. 1
Is the more expedient date.
Count Zeppelin tested a new Bide-
stcarlng gear for his alrBhlp at Fried
rlchshafcn. Qermany. remaining In
'the air two hours with the airship
under perfect control through all
kinds of maneuvers.
A report from Vnllcjo, Calif., says
that all thrcc-pnundcr guns on the
Daltl-'crnijcfg , ,attlcshlps of the At
'firm of Phillips Bros.' Company, oil
producers, Is dead at Pasjdena, Cal.
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uiuni'tw "V, iuui VII I 111 1U11, IIIU
American nag uy uclsy Ross Is a
Lawrence Friend, a hrnkeman, lost
his llfo nt Paris. 111., ns he was throw
A dispatch from Roval reports that
a schoolmistress, ordered by fellow
revolutionists to kill tho Czac on his
visit there, committed sulcldo rather
than obey tho order.
Auothony Comstock, head of tho
Now York Society for tho Suppression
of Vice, says his society will fight tho
thcath gown, whether worn by chorus
girls or members of tho 400.
A young woman In Galveston, Tex.,
who gives her natno ns Loulso Whit
ney Uelmoiit Clark, says she Is tho
. "-H-JohnBon. a negro who Inst Sop
tcmbcr killed Deputy City Marshal
Swan at Wllburton. Okla.. rcniuioared
. ---- . -,
about ninety miles from thu onuatnr.
whllo exploring tho northwestern cor
nor of German East Africa.
NO SIGN OF LOWER
, PRICES FOR MEAT,'
Now- Yorl Jlmo ,7.TrachlB tno
pi.m,llt h,Bh pr)cu of hwt ,UnM- Ul
ilu ninnev M.mi r ,. noii.,. ,..i
t, operations of tho tariff laws, re-.
mn iintcliers, wholesale dealers mid
packers yesterday doclared that they
could boo nothing on which to base
'prediction of lower nrlces for tho best
.liluda nf meat. Dressed carcasses
Jbiought from half a cent to a cent a
pound more yesterday In Now York
Mhiin thoy did on Monday, reflecting an
, Increase blnco last week of IVi cents
, in tho Chicago price of livo stoors.
bringing the cost ot beor "on the
liouf" lilghor than It has been In t wen
lj fho ycaro
Mr- BULLETIN ADS. PAY W&
k Skin of Beauty is.a Joy Forever
R. T. FELIX GOLRAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
RfmotM Tn, rimplefl,
trocklfn, lnth lVche,
rfl bflutjV, od ilt
flc ilelfcllon. It
htotood Ibt (fit
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U M tiftrml wc
Is rroprlT iniilc.
Accept no wnnur
(dt of nlmllir
rm. Pf, h. A.
Parrft aft'.a tt m
luff of tba hint
loir (ft pMUtjti:
A you ifllet
will ut ttirnij
llrnaa'a f'rpam' tl !'l Mrmfal'of Ml lb
(klaprtniwlon,." ! lylldniiH no Finer
Oooifj iKilf rl In Ilia VnlJ 8tlS Canada ao EnroDt.
rtRD.T,HOMIS,Pitp 37 Gat J:nej Street. KewTocL
Relieve in Lucky Number.
WE BELIEVE IN
Naturally! We know more about
PAINT than anything else, The
FAINT we use is rela FAINT and put
on m Faint should be. Wc can with
pride point out to you the houses
painted by us.
U, KINQ ST.
Lucky Signs S-S-Signs.
Over ISO different reprints from
regular dollar-and-a-half Novels,
All the latest popular books. Now
is the time to get books you have
wanted at half-price.
Hawaiian Mews Co.,
isn't brain work; it is brain
drudgery. It is work for cogs and
levers, not for the precious gray mat
ter that can be used for thinking.
Step in our'offlcc and sec
The Universal Adding
It's the very latest, cheapest, and
BEST Adding Machine on the mar
HAWAIIAN OFFICE SPECIALTY
931 FORT STREET. '
SATURDAY, JULY 11,
KAMS vs. SANTA CLARA
Reserved Seats Grandstand 25c extra
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORI
LYNCHES and DRINKS
j. ne most popular
. place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort,
fack Scully. Jack Roberts.
is making the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 1107.
EDGEWOitTH and QBOID Tobaccos
The ouly'two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
. FITZPATRIGK BROS.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
IN THE CIIICUIT COUIIT OP TUB
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers; In Probate. In -tho
Matter of thc-Estatc of John II. Hllas.
Deceased. Order of Notlco of Hear
ing Petition for Allowance ot Final
Accounts, Distribution and Dis
charge. Oii reading and filing tho
petition and accounts of N. D. Wins
ton, executrix of tho codicil of tho
will of John II. IUIss, deceased,
wherein she astts'to be allowcjl $09!).
C0 and charges herself with $2981.
60, and asks that the satno may bo
examined hud approved, and that a
final order may bo mndo of distribu
tion of the property remaining In her
hands to the persons thereto entitled,
and discharging her from all further
responsibility as such executrix, It is
ordered that Monday, the aril day of
August, A. D. 1908, nt 9 o'clock a. in.,
beforo the Judge of said court at tho.
court room of said court at Honolulu,
Island of Oahu. bo and tho same
hereby Is appointed as tho tlmo anil
placo for licarliiglsald petition and
accounts, nnd that all persons inter
ested may then nnd there nppcar and
show cause, If any they have, why
tho same should not bo granted, and
may present ovldenco as to who nro
entitled to tho said property. Also
that notlco of this order shall be pub
lished onco a week In tho Evening;
Bulletin newspaper, printed nnd pub
lished In Honolulu, for threo succes
sive weeks, the last publication to ba
not less than two weolts provlous to
the tlmo therein appointed fur said
Dated at Honolulu, this Slth day
ot June, ' 90s-
.ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR.,
Second Judge, Circuit Court, First
JOHN MAIICAI.MNO, Clerk.
4027 luno gfij July 2, 9, lfi.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
FIRST AMERICAN SAVINGS &
TRUST CO. OF HAWAII, LTD.
Notice Is hereby given that tho an
nual meeting of tho stockholders of
Tho First American Savings & Trust
Co. of Ilnwall, Ltd., for tho election
of officers and directors, and for such
other business as may Ij brought be
foro the stockholders, will bo held at
IU pjaco of business on Fort Street
on Wednesday, tho 15th day ot July,
1908, at .1 o'clock p.'m. .
Honolulu, July 3rd, 1908.
L. T. PECK,
Sccrctnry and- Cashier.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD. '
Tho annual meeting ot tho stock
holders of Wm. O. Irwin & Com
pany, Limited, will be held nt tho nf
Ilco of 'the Company on Fort Street
on Thursday, tho 9th Instant, at
2 p. m.
rtuclncza: Election of officers and
such other business as may present
Honolulu, July 7th, 1908.
Tho abovo reward will bo paid tor
the arrest and conviction of anyono
stealing flags or decorations of any
character from public buildings or
buildings owned by prtvato inilivt 1
uala. lly order of
Atlantic Fleet Entertainment
For tho letuin of n Clintoliiina
Urooch Pin, lost on a Nuuauii Street
Car or getting on or off uamo On or
about June 28th, tho day of Prluco
Caro Honolulu Iron Works Co.. Ltd.
Each tlckot to tho Flcot ball will
admit ono ccntloinan nnd as many
ladles as he may soo lit to bring.
FRED. L. WALDRON,
Chairman Entertainment Committee
During my nbsenco from Honolulu
Dr. A. It. Ttowut will tako charge of
DR. W. T. MONSARRAT.
The Popular Beverage, Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
fiMT- BULLBTIN AD8. PAY
,J. .-j4kL.. . til .'.A S&...,Jf.. ..v.
y ; '-n , ij-.'fc