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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, DEC. 24Y1908.
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Leahl Chapter No. 2 Reaular.
Hawaiian Second Dearec.
Hawaiian' Lodge Installation
All vistttDE members of the
' Order art cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
1;30 In I. 0. O. F. Hnll, Fort Street.
H) It. HENDRY. Becretury.
DEN. F. V1CKERS, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE. No. 1. K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of 1. Hall,
corner Fort and llcretanla. Visiting
brut nam cordlnlly InIted to attend.
A. 0. PEERING, CC,
JA3. W. WHITK, K.It.8.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu lodge No. 016, D. P. O,
B . will meet lu their hall on King
oear Fort Street every Friday even
lug. lly ordsr'of the E. It.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
' WK. H. McINERNY, E. It.
Wri M'KINLEY LODQE.No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers coidlally Invited to at
W. L? FRAZEE, CC,
E. A. JACOBSON, K.R.S,
EONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.1
' 'Meets on the 2nd and 4th 'WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
' 7:39 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Oeretanla and Fort streets.
: Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
?1HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
,' '."Mcete every first and third Thurt
tlaya of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Vleitlng brothers cor-
vdtally Invited to attend
A. B. ,ARLEIOH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
157 Btretania St Phone 1491.
The Best 'Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
in a brand new seven-seater. Call up;
ii r it9o ana b-ic ior
C. H. BEHN
BEDUCTIONs&ALE from Saturday,
lOth, LADIES'. HATS from $2.00 up.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
.lOffiee: .Honolulu Painting Co., 221
rKlug 6t.f P. 0. Box 914.
WING CHONG CO
JUNG .ST. NEAR BETHEL
Sealers in ' Furniture .Mattresses,
Ete.,.-Etc, All kinds of KOA and
MISSION -FURNITURE Made Jf
LU'jrC-HES and DRINKS
The most popular
plate in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
LATEST AND BEST
Admission 10c and 20c
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathol.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Special Christmas Program: The
Holy City; The Haunted Castle; Life
in an African Gold Mine; Japanese
Butterflies; Oscar's Elopement; The
Great Jewel Robbery. Orchestrelle
selections: Messiah, Rosamond, Mu
HENRY MAY A COMPANY
LTD. Phone 22. -
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your oro'er for a box
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh f
Corner King and Fort Streets,
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
A Specialty is made of repairing
ASSOCIATED GAR AGE,Ltd
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 388.
J. M. LEVY & CO., LTD.
KING STREET near BETHEL
When you gt
us to make
Our $25. suits
OE0. A. MARTIN,
. Hotel St
LOCAL AND 6ENERAL
If'vou lave a'busincss opportunity
to offer, persist1 reasonably, in B u 1
1 e t i n'. want dvertiinf ' it and it
will apneal to the right person.
One more chance to secure your
table for Xmai dinner at the Royal
Phone 290. P.R.Sullivan, Hack 110.
.Whitney & Marsh's Doll-house
count on Page 4.
Have you lost your carrjago dustor?
Sco lost nd, this Issno.
The B u 1 1 e 1 1 n will not be issued
am rhriitmfli T)avPrlitav
VU W. mrimj msm.j., ,
A call lor tenders tor ucbkr ior mo
new Pala school has been Issued.
A very pretty calendar has been ro
eclved by tho Bulletin from C. Q.
Yee Hop & Co.
I no Hawaiian i rum v-u. hub hviii iu
this offlco an artistic -calendar for the
boom year 1909.
Taka your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
up-to-dato repairs. '
Commercial Ratings. Merc. Refer
ence Agcy., 39 Young wag. i-none
- If vmi wnnf trrvMl trnnila n( tiftrlrnln
prices go to Blom's. Chrlsttnag) toys
chenp. Open evenings.
Have an Xmas party at "Royal An
Tlio I) u 1 1 c 1 1 n has been favored
vtlth tho annanl handy memo book sent
out by Lowers & Cooke, Ltd. j
Call at the B u 1 1 e t i n office and
get a free list oJMhe new fire alarm
numbers and all the changes.
Rldo In tho" swell Stiideoaker driven
by the expert chaffeur, M. T. Lutz.
Phono 191. Royal Hawaiian Oarage.
A bottlo of Malic cologne will bo ac
cepted with pleasure by any lady. Ben
son, Smith & Co., Ltd., Hotel and Fort.
The first reports of the Burns
Johnson fight will be received at the
Fashion Saloon early Saturday morn
ing. Ilavo your typewriters and machines
ronalrcd at Wall. Nichols Co.. Ltd.,
Kort and Merchant streetB. Tele
it was reported tms morning mat
Major-elect Joseph J. Fern will hold
n-conference with the Supervisors
tloct at his home next Sunday.
It Is rejKirtcd thnt Chas. Wilcox, aud
itor of Maul County, Is editing tho
.Maul Kens during tho absence of Ed
itor Coke o nthe mainland.
Mlyo was arrested last night by U.
S. Marshal Hendry In connection with
the Japanese importing cases that
Urcckons U now Investigating before
the Federal Grand, Jury. '
, The'Unlted StuteB Is tho most pros
perous natlonunderuho.snn. 'Why?
Decausc of Its enormous production of
pold and silver. BUY "JIAYFLOW.1
KR1' 8TOCK. nUY IT NO.W1
Tomorrow night, at 8 o'clock, Christ
mas celebration will be held In tho
JapaneBo church at Maklkl, corner of
Klnau and Pensacola strcctB. KTlonds
cro cordially invited to attend.
Don't forget to bring horn with you
bomu flesh powder to take a picture
of the children around the Christmas
tree. We have flash powder of all
Kinds. Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
The Federal Government Is to be
asked for an appropriation for another
breakwater for this Territory, 'tor' bo
built at Nawlllwllt, Kauai. Tho ques
tion Is now being agitated In Washing
ton. In the advertising columns of to-,
(lay's .paper Is published a letter from
li R. Thomas, provident of Ibe'Thomaa
Motor Co., of Buffalo, In .which 'he de
nies In toto aiy actlvo Interest In tho
Today Is souvenir day' at Sachs.
Handsome Bilk fans given nwaywlth
every' dollar' purchased Big dressed
dolls given away with S2.00 and$5.00
pirchaBes. Doll contest closes to-
Wo want yon to see our Imm'enso
i,ew. stock of Spring styles In Regal
chocs, We guarantea you' a fit Inour
quarter sizes, and tho name of Regal
itBelf Is a guarantep of high quality
und style-correctness. Regal Shoe
High Sheriff Henryv has provided a
great feast for his boarders at Oahu
prison for tomorrow. Christmas Day
Is tho one of tho year when a really
big dinner Is given, and tho men aro
allowed more liberties than at any
othor time. Christmas services' will
bo he,ld there In the morning.
The Governor's' report gives the'Tol
lowing figures of population In the Ter
ritory by nationalities: Japanese, 72,
000; IlawnllanB, 35,000; Chinese, 18,-
000; Koreans, D000; Portuguese, 23,
ooo; spanlnrriB. 2000; Porto Ricans,
20, and Teutons (Including Americans,
British, German and all other whites
ucluslvo of Portuguese), 12,000.
Eddie Olds, Manuel do Mello, and
Gcorgo Farln, the messengor boys
who took off a nut from M. F. Pe
ter's buggy wheel, were this morning
brought before Judge Long on
charges of malicious Injury. The two
former pleaded guilty and were fined
12 und crsts each. Farla pleaded
not guilty but was convicted and
fined IS mid costs.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY '
.'A.Xot. Excellent -'Assortment of .
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO 6T. PHONE M5.
THE BEST "FITTEBS" IN TOWN,
NO CELEBRATION AT
Work Oh Cavalry Camp
Will Not Be
' Christmas 'will be celebrated with
good, ,hnrd work at Lellchua tomor
row', ' Yho'necesalty for expedition in
the completion of the temporary cav
alry1 cantonment allows of no cessa
tion of work, and. In consequence,
thehpllday will not be observed.
The men employed on tho work
voluntarily offered to labor tomorrow,
nnd the constructing quartermaster
In charge of operations gladly took
advantage of their offer. If an
ttilng'a few more hours' work will
be 'piit In tomorrow, than is custom
ary on week-days.
Delays In the arrival of the mate
rials rieede'd In the construction qt
the cantonment have made It a diffi
cult matter to do the work,as expedi
tiously 'as 'was hoped. Nevertheless,
things will be .well along by the time
the two squadrons of cavalry arrive,
nnd little inconvenlenco will result
from such Incompleted work as there
may then be.
There are now 200 workmen em
ployed at Lellehua, and, but for the
delay In the arrival of the materials,
everything would be completed by
Janunry .12. As It Is, there Is little
hope that the Btablcs will be ready In
time, though ample arrangements
Lwlll be made for the reception and
care or the tavalry horses.
A large consignment of lumber is
expected here on the American-Ha
waiian freighter Alaskan. More wilt
arrive on tho Pleiades, and then It
will bo possible to complete the work
In quick order.
CHRISTMAS DINNER AND
DANCE AT THE SEASIDE
The true Christmas spirit will pre
vail a't tho Seaside hotel on Christmas
r.lgbt, tf hen" tho special dinner will be
scrvid, to be followed by a dance.
Ernest Kaat and his original glee club
will be there to enliven things for both
dinner and .dancing; tho dining" lanal
wlirbo decorated as befits the occa
sion, and no effort will be spared in
looking after the comfort of the guests.
Telephone 834 and reserve your tabic
The following tempting mShu will be
Blue Points on Half Shell
Anchovy uur Canape Ruillshes
Cream, of Asparagus Soup
Olives " Celery Almonds
Boiled Royal Kuniu. Hollandalso Sauco
Sliced 'Cucumbers Pomraes Duchebke
Calves Stycctbrcad petit a la poulette
Boiled Now England Ham with Greens
Soulle Fritters nux Vanlllo
Munuu's Extra Dry Champagno Punch
niuueu louug .lurxey,
Roast Hawaiian Goose with CheutnuU
'' Mashed, Potatoes ,
a BroncdiSweet' Potatoes
New Orecn Cdrn . , l Peru'Poi
Fresh L'obster Mayonnaise'
Hot Mlncc Plo
English Plum PildJIng.". Brandy Sauce
Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream
Nuts ChecVe Raisins
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Temjierntures G a. m., 70; S a. m ,
71; 10'a.Jm., 74; noon. 70; mornlflg
.Barometer, 8 a. hi., 30.11; absolute
nnmmity, 8 a. m, s.191 gmlns per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
03 per ccrit; dow point, 8 a. n. 63.
Wind 0 a. m., velocity 7, direction
N. E.';' 8 n. m., velocity 11, ulicctlon
N. E.; 10 a. m., velocity 8, direction
N.'E.; noon, velocity 10, direction N.E.
Ralnrall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m., .08 inch.
'Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 170 miles.
WM. B. BTOCKMAN,
Section Director. Weather Bureau.
The Kamehameha boys are having
their vacation now, Each day is oc
cupied by different, sports. Yester
day uftrrnoon a track meet was held
between four teams. The Whites
won tho meet by making eighty-nine
points to the fflues' seventy-eight. F.
Mackenzlo made eighteen points for
the Blue first team and Harold God
frey made the most points for the
Wihltcs. There will be soccer games
this afternoon between the same
teams. On Saturday there will be
MARINES VS. FOBT SHATTER
The Marine Corps' baseball team
wljl cross bats wUhrthe,Kort'8hafter
nine this lafternoon .-at 'Aala Park,1
The Marines have ja stiff mama on
with the Engineers next Saturday uf
tornooiijindare .anxious to get Ju.ull
the I'ractlce.tboy caq,'
A report that Germany and Japan
purpose to conclude u"n agrcemeut
concerning China similar In torms to
the Amerlcnii-Japanese understand
ing. Is, said .In Berlin to be without
In Camp and' Garrison
Gala Feasts Will
. ' Be Had
Uncle Sam's soldier- and sailor
ccoks are busy today preparing for
tho feast of which the lads In blue
will pnrtake tomorrow. A goodly
supply of turkeys have been secured
nnd real, old-fashioned Christmas din
ncrs will be served at all of the mill-
tnrv nnd tinvnl tmrrlflnnn
At Fort Shatter, Chrlstmds prepa
rations have been under way for some
time. An entire battalion of Infan
trymen requires a large supply of
provisions, and there has been sad
mortality among the turkeys the last
There will be a blflf time on board
the sttalon, tug Iroquois tomorrdw
noon. A ,fcal, old-fashioned Navy
Christmas dinner will be served, with
a of the fixings that are traditional
The men attached to the naval
wireless station are nlrendy looking
with longing toward the little whlto
and buff craft In the harbor, and
wondering whetner-or not they are
to be Invited to take part In the fes
The Engineer camp on Walklkl
beach will be the scene of a glorious
celebration. The festive "turk" will
be much In evidence, and tho cooks
promise a dinner such as cannot bo
surpassed anywhe.re. Camp kitchens
will be scenes of busy actllvty all the
morning long, and the men will not
be able to fit the traditional wordi
to "mess call."
Tho algeroba trees, which furnish
shade for the tents, will' be turned in
to imirromptu Christmas trees, and!
the sappers look at you with laugh
ing face when you inquire what they
have In store.
And the Marines they are plan
ning to celebrate with vim. The post
exchange treasury will promptly be
empty Saturday morning, but the sea
soldiers will be happy.
The captain of the baseball teamjs
hopping about with a worried expres
sion on his face, for his men musi
meet the Engineers Saturday, and he
has strong doubts concerning the ad
visability of passing out turkey and
plum pudding as a training diet. A
suggeBtlon that the members of the
nine limit themselves to toast and
water, almost cost him his life, how
From Fort Shnftcr, Walklkl Camp,
the Naval Station, and the Marine
Encampment, messengers will be dis
patched to the postofflce tomorrow
morning, Just as soon as the Alameda
gets in. Christmas letters and Christ
mat packages are expected from home
and to the soldiers, marines, and sai
lors the arrival of the Christmas shin
is of equal, If not greater importance
than the Christmas spread.
EXACTLY THE 8AM E.
Askltt "What do you know about
Noltt "Oh, hla word Is as good as
Askltt "Aro you sure?"
Noltt "Yes; but his bond Is worth
less." J. H. Sharer, commander for Ohio
of the Grand Army of Ihe Republic,
died at his home In,. Alliance. ,
SSJjT BULLETIN ADS PAY f
WE .SAVE EYES n
by removing the first slight eye tnnv
bles that grow' to bigger ones.
to take home some flash-light powder
tonight; you will want to take a pic
ture of the Children 'around the
, WE HiVXTtAlH MATERIALS 'of
AU'-ONDSin StOCk, WITH FULL '
Wb-fttUCtlOire FOR THEIR'USE.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "' Fort St. near Hotel.
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1 IN FOREIGN PORTS flf EPARTEP (
Thursday. December 24
PORT TOWNBEND Arrived Dec. 23.
Bk. s(c. Allen, honco'Dec. 2.
PORT TOWNBEND Arrived Dec. 21:
Bk. W. B. Flint, henco Dec. 6.
Wednesday, December 23
AUCKLAND Sailed Dec. 13:
S. 8. Den of Ruthvcn, for Honolulu.
IQUIQUI Sailed Dec. 22:
Bktne. Makawcll, ,fo Honolulu.
SALINA CRUZ-Arrlvcd Dec. 42:
S. S. MIsBourlan.from San Francisco.
HI 1.0 Arrived Dec. 20:
S. S.-Enter'prlse, from San
ELEELE Sailed Dec. 22:
S. S. Vermont, for Newcastle.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec. 23:
S. S. China, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Dec. 19.
S. 8. Mongolia, hence Dec. 8.
NEWCABTLE Sailed Dec. 12:
8. S. Glendevon. "for Honolulu.
Tuesday, December 22.
SALINA CRUZ Sailed Dec. 20:
S. 8. Mexican, for San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 22:
8. S. Arlzonan, from Kaanapall,
Dec. 13. I
SAN'FRANCISCO Satlod Dec. 22:
8. S. Alaskan, for Honolulu.
HAMBURG Sailed Dec. 18:
Ger. sp. Frieda, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec. 22:
S. S. Nlcomodia. for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 22.
8. 8. Korea, 2 p. m., for Honolulu.
Monday, December 21.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 19:
a. B. Aiameun,- u a, in., iur iiunw
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 21:
8. S. Alaskan, from Seattle.
OAyiOTA Sailed Dec. 17:
a p. rails or uiyuo, ior nonoiuui.
MAHUKONA Arrived Dec. 10.
Schr. H. C. Wright, from San Fran
elsco..,. i. -f.
KAHULUI Sailed Dec. 19:
S, 8. Lurllne, fof San Francisco.
Saturday. December 19.
GAVIOTA Salle-1 . Dec."l7:
Sn Kails of. Civile, for Hon,l;.lil
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 19,
8. S. Alameda, 11 n. m
MAHUKONA Arrived Doc. 10:
Schr. HkC. Wright, .from S:.n Finn
Friday, December 18.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec 1C;
S. 8. Siberia, for 'Honolulu.
SEATTLE Sailed Dec- 18:
S. S. Alaskan, for San Francisco.
Full Pardon Is
As Xmas Present
Nagamura will step from tho walls
of Oalm prison tomorrow morning a
free man. This nlll bo his Christmas
present. Acting Governor Mott-Smlth
lias signed a full nnd free pardon for
tho man, who was convicted of rape
and sentenced to spend ten long years
behind tho 'bars. He would have fin
ished his term In April, 1909.
Nagamura seems to" have been a vic
tim of persecution, so -far as the Attor
ney Genoral's department has been
able to discover of late, and on account
of this, a pardon was recommended
for him. He was sentenced to, ten
years and to iia' a fine of $100.
Acting Governor Mott-Smlth has a
lumber of pardon petitions to consider.
Petitions for pardon have come to him
tor Funogoshl, Ihnra, George II. Wade,
Tanda, Nlpsul, nnd Carvalho. If tho
Prison Board so recommends, John
Santos will bo given freedom on
"I mado my husband cross this after
noon," 'said Mrs. Caller.
"How was that?" queried Mrs. Hob-
"Ho was on the opposite side of the
btreet, and I beckoned him to come
over," explained the other,
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Blank books of all sorts, ledgers.
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin
.Wednesday, Dccombcr 23.
Stmr. Nllhuii, for Hawaii, 5: IB !' nt.
Stmr. Klnau, for Nawlllwlll and Ko
loa G p. m. .
p. M. S. 8. Siberia, for. Sau Fran
cisco (about C p. m.: possibly not un
til Saturday morning).
' O. 8. S. Alameda, Uovvdell, from San
FruncUco, n. m.
P. M. 8. S Siberia, from Yokohnmn,
I'pr I. M. S. S. Sluerln. ror enn
Francisco, About Dec. 25 or 20. L. U
Harding. Col. Bpaldlng. C. II. Wells,
Mr. Hnlvorson, Mr McCann, Princess
Knwnnnnnkoa, Mrs. Reeves, Mr. Tot
tenham, Tarn McOrow, Miss Wlnnl
fred C. Wheeler, II, R. Berry, Francis
B. Smith. L. M. Colin and wlto, T. Cos
tello arid wife. A C. Beach nnd wife,
Misses. Ada nnd Irene brougher, Whar
ton Thurston, D. W. Cooke, Walter A.
Fischer and wife. Win. F. McGca and
wife, Geo. F. Drake, Alex. Cross, L.
Hopo-Robertson, A. Hope Robertson,
Miss Robertson, Mies O. RobcrtBon,
L. F. Moulton and wife. Miss Beatrlco
Campbell, Mrs. A. Whitney, Harry
Grlswold, .Samuel Poorman, C. Bolte,
W. D. Wahlwortb. Miss Anna D. Wall!
worth, Leeds Gullck, W W. Harris, E.
V. Blaine. Mrs. Hlalno, Master Blaine,
S. O. Fry, Miss M. JorgoiiBen, K. lit",
wife nnd two children. Miss II. Helen
Per M. N. S. S Hllonlnn, for Snn
Francisco, Dec. 29. Captain Tullett,
Mrs. Tullett nnd two children, Mrs. J.
P. Sharp and Infant, Miss Jennlo F.
Stevenson, Mrs. Podmore, II Podmorc,
Sam Souza, C. II. Brown, Mrs. Tom
linBon. Pnr Klinr. Klnnn. Oreirorv. for Ka-
tiaL Miss Mabel Punol, Mrs. Chaw
I.. . .,..,. -.- a I ti r
I nee unu cuuu. i-eier ockuuih, -
Arnold, C. F. Flits.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Dec. 23, 1908,
from 16.30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Antone Rodrlgues and w to Frank
R RodrlgneB D
Kulekann and uf to I. I. McCnnd-
K Woolscy and hsb to Lydla K A
Mary K Mills and hsb el all to Henry
K Pocpoo D
Est of Anna Green by exor to Henry
Henry Holmes to .1 M Dowbett ...AM
Maria O Kuholwal nnd hsb to Jouo
Hoderlgues M A
Unit si fill If Q ml 111 mill liuli In A inli-mu
'""' M-nnii uuu moii iu miln 'i-
E.Cox M 'S
II Waterlioiiae Tr Co Ltd to Allco
Way ct al , D
Entered for Record Dec. 24, 1908,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Eunice Dower to pavld Kaheana-
Mltsu Wasa to Tong Chung Tat ..DA
Captain Cook Coffee Co Ltd to Frail-
cIbco Denlz d
Joseph McCormlck of San Francisco
died of blood poisoning from wound In
flicted by wife.
On Bethel St., carriage duster. Own-,
er can have same by calling at
Bulletin office nnd paying for this
NEW - TODAY
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED.
Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd.
The 8tock Book of the Pioneer Mill
Co., Ltd., will be closed to transfers
from December 20t,h, 1908, to Janu
ary 1st, 1909, both dates Inclusive.
(S.) GEO. RODIEK,
'Acting Treasurer Pioneer Mill
Co., Ltd. , 4191-lt
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-CycI
Motor, $175, Complete.
TIE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kim St. opposite South St
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
BERGSTROM MUSIC Co., LU,
NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Either With or Withont Frames, j
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO..
1050 Nuuanu. '.