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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H WEDNESDAY, PEP. 10, 1909
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Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wlro 'Jed
Co., 1260 Alapal St. Tclepnond
Piano taufiht by experienced teacher
In C months; 13 tnnr.tli (8 lessons)
Special attontlon given to adult bo
pinners. Address "Teacher," this
c.illco. 4 200-lm
a X.ot in
(ADJOINING COLLEGE HILLS)
No advance In price. No clearing
1o be done all ready for building.
PRICES range from
$800 to $1500
according to area and location.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
NO. 024 BETHEL STREET.
IH 'A'."' . for. over 81XTV
yicakb tr.HiM.IOH8 of Mothers
L5Hsr, 'J . JK? & JSJJ - .T
fa tho oumfi
ALLAYS all pain.
RRS IV 1
COLIC, and U tho
lAKIUlUiA. Sold 3
3 by Drug-gliti in every part of tho
f Wlna!otr' Soothlne Sjrropand tako
gj do otht.r king, aVCtats Bottle.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528.
OP ALL KINDS. '
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :; :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
FORT and QUEEN 8T8.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
5G3 S. BERETANIA ST,
You Want Electrlo Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
j latteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIO CO.,
f G9 Beretania St. Phone 316
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO.. LTD,
Dealers In FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatio and toil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilei: Tel. 430.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Hotel St., bet. Bethel and Nuuana.
Anu uuiisit rmnuo.
THAYED PIANO CO.
15J HOTEL STREBT,
Biilletin Business Office Phone 256.
(Bulletin Editorial Room Phous 185.
For house-help, phone White 2891,
Mnklkl. Genoral Employment Of
dec cor. Pensacola and Beretania.
Dr. Schumann. Hours 8-9 a. m.;
4-C p. m. 224 Kmma Square.
5Tee Sing Kee--Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St.", bet. Haiti 'and Pauahl?
Se Ojxv, ...
JUST THE THINO FOR
Fresh, wholesome, and of eiery
Beretania, Alakea, and Union.
KANE0HE BEEF '
Always on Hand. Young Pigsj'Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo What Co.,
King Street Market. TeL 288
young tim. Manager:
MR. ami 'MRS.
Tired ' Feei
ng and other
Kes. 1707 Li
iha St. above
'v phone 1650.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FUKNISHIHU
GOODS of EVERY DE-
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER A
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. Georga Q. Guild, Gen; Mgr.
Bulbs! Bulbs! Bulbs!
Various Kinds of Flowering "Bulbs.
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FL0RIEST, HOTEL Y0UKQ Bid
185 editorial rooms 250 bu,'
nets office. Thsie ar the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
tKJi ' ffifmHWr fr
ORDINANCE NO. 2.
An ordinance directing and author.
Ulng certain Standing Committees n(
the Hoard of Supervisors to engage
and discharge all employee)) as men.
Ccmi'mltices may diem necessary fpr
the municipal service to said, Com
mlttoca'asslghcd by the 'Utiles of the
Hoard of Supervisors of the City and
County of Honolulu, to prescrlbo tho
duties and services of such employees,
and to fix their compensation; sub
ject to the disapproval of the Hoard
of Supervisors of the City and. Coun
ty .of Honolulu.
HE IT ORDAINED by the Peopfo
of the City and County of Honolulu
Hfrtlnn 1. Thnt (tin fltntiillnrr
Committee of the Hoard of Snpcrvl-
sors of the City" and County of ltd
holulu elected under tho Rules of the
aafd Hoard of Supervisors, known as
fh'A Committee on Honda. Bridges,
Garbage, Parks and Public Improve
ments, be nnd It Is hereny directed
nnd authorized to engage and dis
charge all employees by such Com
mittee deemed necessary to maintain
hri'd perform tho public work of tho
City nnd County of Honolulu on tho
Iloads, Bridges, Garbage, Parks and
P.ubllc Improvements thereof, to pre
scribe tho Mutlcs nnd services of said
employees, and to fix their compen
Section 2. That the Standing
Commltte.0 of tho llpardf ofj Supervi
sors of thc.,Clty and,County ofHbnq-
tuiu ciccicu umicr tno liuies or tuo
said 'Bparjl' of Supervisors, known, a?
tho 'Commltieo on Flro Department
and Elcctrld Lights lie and, It is here
by directed 'and authorised to engage
and 'dlBharge'all, employees by such
Committee dcemou .necessary to main
tain Wl Imp'roVe'the Flr'o System nn'A
the iJlcctrlc Light System of the
Cltv and Countv nf Itonnlulti. nnd in
poronli tho public worlf thereof or
pertaining 'thereto, to" prescribe tho
duties and services of such employees,
and to fix their compensation. "'
Section 3. That the Standing
Committed of, the Hoard' of Supcrvl
sors of tho City and County of Hono
lulu elected, under the Rules of tho
said Hoard of Supervisors, known as
thd Committee on Public Expendi
tures, bo "nnd'lt Is heretic directed, i'nfl
authorized to engage 'and dlscliargo
all employees ttf 'such Co'rrimHte'6
deemed necessary to malntalrfa Bahd
for, tho City nnd. County of Honolulu,
and to maintain all oUicmunlcipal
scrvlco not otn'erwlso" provided for,
to prescrlbo tho duties nnd services
of such employees, and to fix' thw
Section 4. PROVIDED HOWEVER
thai said 'Comm'lt tecs s'hall'ijt 'the iast
Regular mc'etlngYn each" month,, re
port to the BObid of Supervisors of
theCHy and County otItonolulu,the
persons so engaged or discharged by
nald Committees, except such as are
known as Hay-laborers,' togethcr'wlth
th.0 compensation so fixed, nnd If said
Board, by a majority vote, shall there
upon dlsapprovo any action of said
Committees, whether or employment!
discharge, or compon'satlbn, such ac
tion of Bald Committees,' so dlsap;
proved, shall bo of no effect, after the
ciaio or such disapproval.
' Section G. This ' Ordlnanco shall
tako effect from and after tho date
of Us approval.
Date of Introduction:
January 11, 1909.
I, JOSBPII J. FBItK, Mayor of tho'
City and County of Honolulu, dp
hereby certify thnt tho foregoing Or
dlnanco having been theretofore ve
toed by me on the 28th day of Janu
ary, 1909, was oh the 4th day of Ket
itiarr. 1909. at a rcgulaV adjourned
meeting of the Hoard or Supervisors
'.. . . n ... 1 i.-iL:
oi mo i;uy anu uouniy ui iiunuuuu,
by motion duly made, seconded and
carried, reconsidered by said Hoard
o'f Supervisors, and upon such recon
sideration' was passed by tho afllrm
ntlvo vote of not less than flvo mem
bers of Bald Hoard.
J08BPH J. FEIW,
Mayor of the City and County
Dated this Sth day of
1237-Feb. C, C, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13,
IS, 1C, ,
The main road to Walalun from tbo
Government brldgo will bo closed for
repairs' untirturthcr nMlco. parties
for"lfalclwa and Wulalua will talio
tho Mill road.
G. II. GERE,
4230-3t CountyEnglnc'er. .
137 MERCHANT STRUT.
- M ) Si t k.W flvti L S
CN KAPIOLANl PARK ADDITIOat
ind otHe?deiinble locidltlefc
'For Sale at a Bargain Premises
it Hauula on the beach, a two-itorj
honse and fDrnilnre' at a bargain. r
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to offloe and
residency, RIKQ-.U? ,W7- rv "IT
Afcfic Soda Water Works
1203 Miller Si. H, K, DE SA,
m ty ACT . , ,
Col, Herself TellsMWhy
TAFT WANTS PEoilE TO l
CAPACITY OF THEM
Constabulary . Band,1! .Cbramandinc
Officer Talk' of. What
Hoped From the
The Constabulary' Dand during Its
Presidential tour Is In charge of Col.
Mark U Hcrsey, a regular 'Army of
T.cet, wno, like four qOier, regular
Army officers, lisabc'en 'detailed by
the Secretary of War for special duty;
with the Philippine Constabulary.
Colonel" Hcrsoy holds the detail of,
Chief Supply Officer, a, position, cot
rts'pondlnVto Wa't'of Chief Paymas
ter In the Nayy, which embodies the
work of chief Quartermaster. "commis
sary, ordhanco ofJcoy,'a'Hdvta5fmaster
or mo jonsiauuiary.
3n 'an Iritcrvlew given with a rep
resentative of'lhe Bullo'in, Col.
IfcraeV sY'nte'd': "Many neonle uroba-
lily Imagine that, the Phlllpplno Con-
siaouiary nanu is oi uucrcsi iu hid
giporal public merely In tKe way of
nn Oriental or Malay curlpslty. Tfhh
in an error, for 'a gchu'ln'o'surprlse
seems to greet cvcrylf person who
hears the baniplay for thefflirst time,
as he learns tha its players aro able
ti render the mostt ciltcult compo
sitions of the great, masters, llko
Vjigricr, Verdi, and Meyerbeer with
nn expression and a technique that
amaze tne most, cniicai oi,muic-ov.
"When the band .stopped, lq. Naga
saki recently while tho transport was
ccaljng there, nn informal, concert
was given In honor of tho resident
American Consul, and the, quarterinus
ter of the Army stationed Iheti Prac
ucauy evpry American ana Kuropenn
resident of the city, as well as .lead
ing Japanese official;, attended .(ho
concert, which wns given In the spa
clous dining-room of the Ifngsakl
Hotel. Many persons who attended
afterwards confessed that they had
come more tor tho novelty of listen'
ing io, a oana or savages, nna.io.cn
Joy the amusing spectacle of. all of
the eighty-four bandsmen tylng'tb
play the same popular tuno Elmulta-
peousiy,, lt ,
. ''To the sprprlso of all, tho big
Land of little men nlnved tho "In-
hammatus' from Rossini's Sfabat Ma.
Ier,' with aKj)raycrful, ixiwor an'dj' a
larmonir tjat amazed tho Kaga'sakl
critics, anil, "later tears came 'to" tho
eyes of many HrltlahTrs present when
the band played Tptjanl's medley of
(irmsn airs wita a reoiing and ex
pression wholly unexpected from mu;
slclans'who had never boon wlthtu
lVo bounds of Albion's shores. And
once, when the band . played soma
Scottish airs In cunning Imitation of
(he Highlander bag-pipe, one old
Scot In the. audience oecanie io en-
1. .- ,.".. '-'i . ..' ., .
uiuscu wuii mo clever iiecepiionipai
pc got up from his chair In the cor
ner of the room and. dd the Highland,
.Fling for the 'benefit of his neigh
bors." As has already been announced In
these columns, tho Constabulary
Hand Is on. Its way to Washington at
the personal rcQuest of President
elect Taft to. take the leading place
In tiie Inaugural parade. After that
fcvont the band will remain In Wash
ington for about one week, partici
pating in the various social functions
attendant upon the Inauguration.
"TaUs object In asking for tho-
bjind to com'e to Washington la not
pureljf a selfsh on," Colonel Herscy
eiplal'ned.M''The gVealcfit a'jiprcclator
of the Constabulary band's presence
In Washington wli( doublicBH be'Tatt
hirpself, ' ut lie President-elect's
main object In .Inviting .the bnucTto
America Is to bo nblo to show' to the
distinguished A'm'e'rlcails who will
Pock to Washington during Inaugural
weel a fair sample of the' real natives
of th.e PJilUpplnes and wha't these
natves .are capable of d'oing under
intelligent, patient American tute
lage, for that which these Filipinos
of tho Constabulary Band, e'mbrac
tng'as th'ey db', "all the Important
tribes In tho Archlpolago, have been
trained to do so excellently In the
world of music, other Filipinos may
profitably be trained' to do"(ri'otner
spheres, All Filipinos bitterly resent
tho libels on their races Implied uy
unthinking outsders who liavo hunt
ed out specimens or a lew uncivilized
mountain' tribes of the Philippines,
and have ciplo.ltcd then) as samples
of the Inhablt'an'ts of th6 Islands,' So
bitterly dd'the'm'assea'bt tho Flllplnb
pcoplo regard, this sort of exploita
tion today that various bills have'
been Introduced Into the Filipino As
sembly by native BtaWitnen'to pre
vent nny morn exploitation of Hie
lillHpeoiilo In tlinHldeilinwa of Ame(
lea. "Doing elghty-fpur men strong as
n band, and elghty-tolir men strong
as a symphony orchestra, this organl.
zatlon Is believed to be the largest
musical corps that has yet toured the
United States. The organization is
and complete orchestras of stringed
nulckl'dtvlslble "into si different
m m t - -c i ,
Enteral, for Record Feb. 8,
Tro'm l(l:3p'a:.m. to 4 p.
Ver'glnl' oA' darvalho' nnd. v
Honomu Sugar Co M
Kugeno S Capcllas and wf to Ho
nomu Sugar Co M
Kul Hoopli and hsb (o Henry K
Poepoe'. . '. U
Veong Vo'ung and wf to Mrs Young
Tung .' ..;...;....; ...us
Young 'Tung and hsb to Yuen Fong
Wo Iee Co .M
Cecil Drown tr by atty to Henry
P notli Rcl
Moses 'I'oepoe to Win Pnoakalanl. ,'D
Writ Paoaknlanl and wf to A'S
jiayscldcn' '. D
itnry A S Hose to Fook Yin. .KxtnL
(ear, 1-ansln'g & Co by trs to Ca'lh:
erlne M S Ashley , . .D
dear, Lansing & Co by trs to Doro
thy M. Ashley ,D
W II S.llva to Coyne Furniture Co
Ltd : ...tl.3
i tv ;now kuiio buun ivam toun
fct al .'. .'.CanApDtht
C K Chow & Co to C K Chow-'jAppt
Entered for Record Feb. 9, 1003,
Fi'om B a. n. tn'infl . m." '
Samuel Parker and Wf t6 Halawa
Plantation Ltd D
John it Soma Jr and wf ct al to
Recorded Feb. 1. 1909.
Oahu ,llallway & Land Cd to 116
nolulu Plantation Co'I.tll; Exchg R
Wr Int In it V over pc" land, Ewa,
Oahu. II 315, p 234, Dated Jan l'l'.
1909.. ' '
Honolulu Plantn Co Ltd by atty
ct al to' Oahu Railway & Land Cof
Exchg It Wj 15 ft single track It W
over 3 pes land, Ewa, Oahu. B 313
P 234. Dated Jan 11, 1909.
lice Wong See to Lol Koon Chan:
Rel Dower; nor R P 6, Kul 2 lb. cor
King nnd Nuuanu Sts, Hortolulu; l.
ii jiu, p sad. uaicu, May o, 190.8.
Charles II Rose and wf to Mu'tl
Bldg & Loan Socy of Hawaii Ltd!
M;. lot 3, blk 2, bldgs. etcj'Collcgo
fllllN Honolulu: 2000. II 307,"V
449. Dated Jan 30, 1909,
HooAII (k) to Mrs Hobulu et al:
D;-R p 1134. Kul 3064, Haklnuu.
etc, Koolaupoko, Oahu; $2, otc. 'll
31C, p 240. Dated Nov 3, 1908,
ong yack M,u (w) to Young
Lam.'Pol (k); R S; leasehold, bldgs,
ctcfKamoa. Kooiaiipoko, bahu; T'l80.
l 321. p 0B. Ddted NoV 24,'l908.r
William Galllghcr by atty to Mlsa
Bheba (w); A L; pc'land, Walklkl,
Honolulu; S3&6.' II 313, p 3i9. Da
ted Jan 19, 1909. B 313, p 31'9. Da
jed Jan 19, 1!(09. ' ' "'
Margaret S Taylor and hsb (It A)
to'lllshdp Trust Co Ltd; Adtftl'Chg"
lits?3 and '4' and por lots 1 and 27
nnt 2, bldgs, 'etc, Kalmukl" tract,
Ho'ndlUlu; 1200. B 367, p ioc: Da
ted" Jari 30, '1909. ""
'Mary"K Kalelitlnl and hsb (J K)
joTohn EmmelutW; M;"por'R IMSQ,
tuf 9391, Walmnna, Ewa, Oahu;
llo'O. B 307, p '; Dated' Jan 30,
'Est of C E Richardson bv act of
bxora to Wm B, Nalllma;' Rcl; rt of
purennso lease 00, 112 01 lanu, uiaa.
I'una, Hawaii; 1234.30. u 307, p
447, Dated Jan 23, 1909.
tal and. wf to O II V.lcars tr; M;
lot ?'of Patent 4969. Olaa. Puna, lja-
wall; 1217. B 3p7, p 447. Dated
' Mbko Nanlanla to IC J Kupaka; D;
Int In Ku 20258, Keauhou, N Kona,
Haw-all; 1 10. II 315, p 242; Dated
D' K Kahaulello and w( (o Henry
k Ppepoe; D; Int In R P's 1188, 1695
and 6095, Pahoa, etc, I.ahalna, Maul;
15. Ii 315, p 237. Dated Jan '30,
1909, ' " '
Phillip Contradca Io Jucn Low; L;
pcrs R P's 752C and 7CZS, bldgs, etc.
Kapaa, Kauai; 10 yrs at $200 per yr.
11313, p 316. Dated Jan" TR, 1909.
1 tlAnnla nml tof'fn'fl'll Pnlrrlill'tt.
b; R P 7120, Kul 5199. Anahofa, Ka-
uair $150. B '315, p 240." Dated
Jan 23, 1909. '
Low Jticn to O It'Falrchlld; C M;
leasehold; llvo 'stock, 'wagon's, har
ness, 'tools, etc, Kanaa', Ra'651; iiO.
h'SOflp M. dated Jan" 2 8, ',190 irf."lJ
Atanbe'I 'Freltas" Jr lo'lloonlanawa-
nul (w);'ReI;'pors R P's7i'3S anij
auk, waniawa, 01c, uauai; iiuu, u
307' i k&i.' Dateil Dee 16; lilS.
Recorded ieb. . laua
K Kobayasht to Robert IHnd,; M;
Icatfehiil,' live stock', etc, Int In pc
land, Kebpu", N Kon'a. rtaValli $609
fi iiui, i liitf. uaivu fiun y, iuvo
Edith M W Blackman and hsb (L
O) t'o'Frederlck Chiller; b; lot 'l7.
8ec 2, R P 5704, Kuli8241, Ap 2,
College St, Honolulu; $2950. I) 315,
h 243. Dat,ed Feb 1. 190,9.
Frederick C Mllier and wf to Wtn
fc Hawn Invstmt Co Ltd! Mi lot 17,
Sec 2. It P 5701, Kul 8241, Ap 2. Col
h'ge St, Honolulu; $500. II 307, p
461. Dated IVh 1, 1909.
8m Lee T11I& Co; Co I" H; gen
ei al furniture and manufacturing
business, King St, Honolulu; capital
W JL.JI T..S
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
Bxperlenced traveling salesman for
wholesale dry go'dds house; refer
ences and state salary expected.
Address P. O. Box C7t. '4230-t
An Assistant bookkeeper; young lady
preferred; pefriiancnt position. Ad
dress "E. U'.," Hullettn office.
Everybody to tnaka money by slant
ing cocoanuts. Inquire for plants.
Box 102 Llhuc, Kauai. 4190-tt
Platen pressman; steady work. Mer
cantile Printing Co. 4228-lt
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
Between Diamond 'Head and Black
'Point, leather caBo with one Thcr
,,xnM,lottlo. Finder icavo at this
oin.ee ami receive reward.
' "' 4"2i8-U
ItEAli- STATE EXCHAN.iE.
Kcklo Tract Iots 48 and 49 on Carl
wrlcht Road. 106x100.
Kalulanl Tract 1Mb in, 10, 17. IS ami
' 19, Block 5 on Road. F, 250MOO.
Puupuco Tract !t on Manoa nend,
nearly an aero In Mte. ' '
Lau Chong Tract I.otB 40, 41, 42 nnd
43, 300 ft. off King St. near Kamc
hnmeha IV Road, '200x100.
Kaplolanl Tract Iots 3, 4 and !, on
Moktien St., thrco blocks below
King St., 100x150.
Vcedon' Tract Its 12 and 13 on KJhk
St., near Baseball Tract, 100x136.
Wylllo Street lmprovcil lot. 100x208.
Wilder Avenue 150 ft. on Wilder Ave.
100 ft. deep.
Nuuanu:8trect Largo lot Just oft Nuu
anu above School.
Maunak'ea Street Walklkl Side, 25x65.
Call and sco us before buying nnd
look ovor our list of properties, foryialo
hi an parts or tho city?""' s
REAL ESTATE EXCHANOE.
A. V. GEAR, Manager.
- 11 ii ii 1
stocVV5250, 10 yrs. B 321, p 96.
Dated Jan 28, 1908.
' Peter C Jones Ltd to Morris J
nissellf D'; tbtM', blk 3; bldgs, etc.
College Hilts; Honolulu; $7000. B
31,1. P 244, Dated Feb 1, 1909.
Morris Blssell nnd wf to Bank nf
Hawaii Ltd; M; lot 1, blk 3, bldgs.
tc. College Hills, Honolulu; $5000.
307, p 463. Dated Feb 1, 1909.
Lulka li'awae (widow) to Koloau
K Mallo (w); D; Int In R P (Or)
1C6Q. Kaena, Walalua; Int In por
Est of.Hawac, deed In Ter of Hawaii:
$1, etc: B 315', p 247. Dated Jan
1 Wnnlncoplo Nnmokucha (k) ct al
(0 Yokoj;ama; L; R P 1219. Kul 1530
and bldg, Pauoa, Honolulu; 5 yrs at
$40 por yr. B 313, p" 321. Dated
Dec n; 1908.
' dear, Lansing & Co by trs to Wll
son'Feagler; D; lot 12,. blk 31, Kal
mukl tract, Honolulu; $35.' 315,
p 249. Dated Feb 1, 1909.
J Alfred Magoon to Sam Wo Wat
Co; L; int In R P's 126, 7207, Ap 1:
7206, 3894; 851; 4240; 833; 844 and
835, Ap 1 and artesian well, Ewa,
Oahu; 25 yrs at $450 per an. B 113,
p 322. Dated Oct 15, 1906.
Honomu Sugar Co to Kahau Lawe
lawo (widow) 1 v Rel; 1-2 Int In R P
(Gr) 2633, Hllo; Int In R P(Or) 919,
Hllo. Hawaii; $700. B 307,"p 467.
DaWd; MbU-,1', 1S09.J. , "
I ii' 1 1 Si
: BY CITIZEN
That tho sidewalk Bbould
f- coptlnued, from tho Naval Station -t-
as far'as'lhfi'iilarlno encampment -t-
ih at Camp Yer', tho suggcstl9n .
that.h'as been niado by onb 'cll
if li6wn 'cltltcn of Honolulu. At' t
ft tentlon la' called to tho fact that fi
whora rioiens of pcoplo visit tbo -f
' e'neampment now, hundreds -f
lj would 'gd'down wcro It not'neccs-
r nary no' iramp agoooiy psri m
tho dlstanco through tho dust of ,4
the strcej. .
"I bellovo that tlio Naval Sta. t
4- tlon and tho neighboring marlno
encampment, should bo one of Iho
sights of Honolulu," said the
speaker this' , morning. "Every
tlmo I pass- tho Naval Station, I
am sclicd with a senso of patrl- t
otic pride and some times I go -f
out of my way to pass,
f "With tho broad street passing .
4- In front of tho station,, u bountiful.
boulevard could bo laid out."
Past president' association of Na
tl v Sons ct'letit'ttte. sixty-first annl
Ternary of discovery' of B"ld with
banquet at St. Francta. ,xnJi. j"
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
House and lot; house furnished or
Unfurnished, 7 rooms, four clo'sctV
electric lights and gas, on main
car line; At n bargain, Address
"Lerols," Bulletin. 4159-tf
Family horse; good driver; afraid of
nothing. Apply 1049 Beretania.
A good riding horse.
II.," Bulletin ofllcc.
New and thoroughly furnished housi
In Manoa Is for rent for one or tw
years. Address "II.." Bulletin of
Hall In Alakea building, cor. Alakea
and King; 40-35; In good condition;
well lighted. 4229-lw
Furnished 5-rootn cottage; also houso
keeping rooms. Inquire Cottngo
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mra.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
122.50 Per month, Kmma St. above
Vineyard, 3 II. it.. C noom
HniiM and Bath, Electric
Lights, natural wnoil flnlih.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
TO THE '
What snot in these Islands can ex
ceed the great Walmea Plalru 'ii
beauty, climate ana diversity 01 seen
xi City folk in want of rest'ahd
recreation will learn with pleasure
(hat the Walmea Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukulhaele,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Akona,-
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented wr
nlshed by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to'
H. AKOHA, WAIMEA, HAWAIL
P. 0. AddretW Kawaihae,
at the automobiles, baggiei and ear
riafrea we have recently orernanled
W. W. Wright Co..'
King Street near South
W, C. Peacock 4 Co., Ltd.,
Mr. and Mr.
INO, "and other
WING CHONfi, CjQ
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL A
Vtili'n in -Furniture' Kattretsei.
fetcT; Eto. All kinds of "K0A""'ancl
MISSIOM FUHNIXUau Bade tc
1 Chinese Poods
941 NUUANU ST.
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
chased from ' ' '
P, 0, Box 001, Telephone 931,
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