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Get Your Name On the List for
THE AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE is now a fact in
Honolulu. ALL THAT REMAINS is for people
who want Telephones to come to our office and get
their names on the list for instruments.
Those who sign first will receive
their Phones first
THE AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE-popularly known as the " cussless, waitless, out-of-order-less ftirlless telephone," is a perfect
system. No business is so private that it cannot be safely talked over the automatic-nobody can poss bly butt in. Every
line independent no party lines. Subscribers can be rung up by any nationality.
Hawaiian Telegraph and Telephone Company, Ltd,
Office at Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Corner' Fort and Merchant Streets
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