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EVENING 11ULLET1N. HONOUJIAI, T. II.,, THUIISDAY. A I'll, 13, 1000.
. . . .. !
Juliulicso lnnlo nml fcimiln hclti bud-!
piled ptumptlv for nny work. 1128
Union St.: I'hono 579. 4239-lm
Dr. Suhurmann. Hours 8-9 a. in.;
4-6 p. in. 221 Mmum Squaro.
A LOT IN
No advance in price. No clearing
to be done all ready for building.
PRICES RANGE FROM
$800 to $1500-
TER LOT, ACCORDING TO AREA
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.1
NO. 024 BETHEL STREET
I K LU, LIU,.
AOENTS FOR THE
12GG Fort St.
Sir. nnd' Mrs
INO, and other
44! KINO ST-,
The Encore Saloon
. Tiy a drink at tho new place and
have MIKE PATTON serve you.
UOR. IIOI EL and NUUANU.
manuiaeiursd from pure dl.tllled wit
ter. Delivered to any part cf city by
0AHU !CE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewnlo. Telephone 420.
Delivered to residence)
nnd offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. QARNHAlTT,
133 Merchant St.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :; :: :: Honolulu.
to. PftiUip & Co.
Wholesale Importer, anit Jchber.
AMERICAN L'RY GOODS
rOFlT and CV1 C 8T3.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
663 S. BERETANIA 61
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved nnd Modern SUQAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
end 1UV1TED PIPES for irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
r mi1" 'XSxrjtuAtiexzsnriBXM
jri j ' m
AND OTIIKK PIANOS.
ThAYEH PIANO CO,
153 HOTEL OTflEQT.
Woven Wire Mattreun repaired at
the Factory Honolulu wire Ued
Co., 1260 Alnpal St. Telephone
Yce Sing Kee-Plambcr and Tinsmith,
Smith St.. lift, llotnl nml Pnunhl.
188 MERCHANT STREET
Real Properly. Law and Land
A Special y
Furniture, Iron Beds,
Coyne Tarnitorc Co.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU.
For WManae, Wntalua, Knhtiku nnd
Vny Stations 9:15 m . 3-20 p. m
Kor I'eiiit City. Kwu Mill uud Way
.sliitium IT:!fj .1. ci., '16 a. in.,
ll:U5 . til.. "2. If p. m. 3: p. m.,
6.15 p. in., JH-20 p. in, Ul:ui p. m.
I'or Wahlnwn '9.15 . rn. and
'5. IT. i. in. l
Arrlvu Honolulu from Knhuku,
Wnl.iliia Hti-I Wntntmo S:3'i n. in.,
.C:31 p. m.
Arrlvo In Honolulu from Cwt Mill
and IV-irl City 17:41 n. m . 8:3ij
u ru. lu:33 u. m., M:lu p. ra., 4:J1
P ni , 5-.11 p. in, 7:in i. in.
Arrive Honolulu from WuhlAwo
ft.nr. a. ni. nm! 5:21 p. t.
t l"x. Sunday.
t Similar Only.
Tho Haloltv.i Limited, li two'hour
train (only ilrat-c.Mi tickets hoc
nroil), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:22 ii m.: rrtiirnlnir,- nrrlvo In
Honolulu nt 10:10 p. in. Tho Limited
stopg only at Poirl City and Wiilanno
0 P. Di7.NIRON P fl, SMITH
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
ALEXANDER "OUNG BUDLDINO.
YCTJ CANNOT FIND A MORE DE-
LIGIITFUL PLACE ON THIS
' 8H H
i it (T M
i s a
Ct Clair P.'.r.ojJ, Manager,
THE ENEMY TO DIRT,
t Your flroccr's.
Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca
pacity. Gnlv. Tank, 5 gallon to 500
irnllnn rnnnMtv PrnrVi "PonrAii iit.
4 ft. to 10 'ft., for brick setting. i'IUI,f '"If "f ub '''l.llih.ual f.elsht
fin,, ,..,.!. nml nt. .HM fMUnJ bagSttSC. ITotll tllO VollllUO lind
ise in schools or plantations. Sheet
Me'alVork and Plurabing.Estimates,
Jobbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
TEL. 211. 145 KINO ST.
Always on Hand. Young Pigs, Popl
try. Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street Mwket. Tel. 298
YOUNO TIM, Manager.
( a k ,,
A .- fLH A
Tiir. soLPir.uii.M.d a.n iiMiionni-.n vai-
rum: ncititr.i.r. iimi orpoii-
cncl n profound. ienp i'f
pity for Necln upon Ir-nrnlns
her fntlirr's ri-lntton to Al
lium, hut thin npi larpply viuiNlioJ
when he found that the clrl was en
tirely olillvloui to Its xlsnincniKC. He
had tried her In many Htihtlo unys and
founil tint lie regarded tho matter In
nocently, as riHloinnry, nnd therefore
In the IlKlit of nu neceptrd convention,
uoi- did nhe pcem to ree ouythliiR In
her Mocil or ulatlmi to rondor her Infe
rior to other uonu'n. Klie ipietitonetl
him tlrelr-ixly nliout lil sNter. nnd he
uni clad of this, for It placed no con
straint lictwecn them.
Ah for her, each day liroucht n keen
er ilclhiht. She unfoldeil before tho
Kciituckl'in lll.o roiiio tienutlfill wnntl
lalid Itoivcr nnd tlirouijli Innumerable,
unnoticed fnmlllnrl'IcM took him Into
her Innermost conildcnce.
A inontli of thin went by, niul then
Iti'"nIon returned. He came on mi up
r IB Mourner. Tho mauuer of hit
ci .litis ns bold, for ho Mocil fairly
il on the ship's deck, mid hit Millie
w.tt) evil now, n It had been befoic.
With him was n rtmnscr. When the
boat wn nt rct Itunulon rainitvml
down the pansplank nnd up to the
lieutenant, who Mood above the land
Ins pl.ue and who noted thrt the Hrar.
cIokc up niMlnvt III Intband, wai
Bcar-e lie.ilwt. lie neeosted the nfllci-r
with nn Insolent nukiiratue.
"Well, I'm back iikiiIii, jou pee, nnd
I'm luck to nt ly."
"Very well. Ituunloii. Did you brliis
nu oulllt with you?"
"Ye, nnd I'm pretty fat besldcu."
lie Minok n well laden gold unci; nt ths
"What do you wnnt In this pla-o
niiyliow?" demanded llurrell curloimly.
"None of your d 1 Imslaesii." tho
in in nr.swcrpd. crl-mlnjr.
"He mire It li'i't," retorted the lieu
ten int. "becr.i3e It wnuM plenHo me
rUht down to the crourd If It were.
I'd like to Kct ou"
"I'm Kliy.1 we understand vneh oth
er." Itunulon said, fftllliiR Into couvor
pr.tlou Avltli tho Mrnnser, w-bn had
been Mtne.iln;x the town without leav-
Ins the limit. Iiildently tins man nan I weto spraklnt; re-i-nteicd. I.t- Intro
n lolee In Ituiinlott'n nffalrs, for ho fduccil liliu,. nnd the three it.eu Miooli
not only caiv him Instruction, but '
bosed the crew who l:n lulled his mer- .
ioscu me crew won iiiiiuui'u in mer- .
eliandlse, nnd Meadn llurrell eoncltiiUd I
tint ho must lie some Ir.i'on.ln ten- .
derfoot who had criili staked the des
per.ido to prospect In the hills back of
riambc'iu. s the two came up past
liliu ho saw that he was mistaken.
This man was no more of n tenderfoot
than Hiintiloii. On tho contrary, ho
hnd n beiirlue of one to whom new
couutrle.s are old, who had trod tho
wise of thins nil his life. There was
11 hint of tho 111e.it cntlni; anlnnl about
him. His uore was keen nnd hawk
like, his walk and movements those of
the prcd itory licast. nnd 111 he pnss.sl
by llurrell obsened that Ills eyes were
of 11 ieciill.ir cruelly that nirtt well
with his thin lips. He was older by
far than Huniilon. but, while the latter
was uic.ui lsiiBeil and switscrlni;, the
stranscr's niaiuier wits uotlceablo for
ImiK-IU'il by nn Irresistible desire tii
learn houiethlus about the man. tin
lleuletiatit lollcicd utter Kunulon ami
his companion uud entered the store
In time to see the latter erect -No
Creek" I.ee, the prospector, who hnd
come Into tovn f r more food. Iloth
men spoke with quiet restraint.
"Nine j ears rluce I saw you, Stark,"
said the miner. "Where you bound?"
"The dlC'tlUR''." replied tftnrlc lis I.ee
nddreseil the stransir.
"No: k.tuu old thins, but I'm priili
stakliiK 11 Tew men, us usinl. Ono of
them stnys litre. 1 may open a house
In iMwson If (hu iiimii Is as sood 11s
Ihey say it Is."
"This here's a scud place for you."
Kturl: luushcd noiselessly jmtl with
out inlrtli. "I'lne! There must be a
bundled pop!u III Ins here."
"Neier mind; jou lake It from me."
Mid the Valuer posllhely. "and set In
now on the quiet. There-1 sumetlilns
loins." Ills oV.e slnini eye deletted
the lleiilen.tut 1 lose by. so tie drew his
frlo'id nU'.i mid b"i:an tnli.lus to lilui
earnestly nnd with itich urgent cffoLt
as to cllcr Stark's plans on the ico
liieiit, for when Iluuiilnu entirud thu
i.toio bliorlly Stark rpul.o to lilui qul.'l:
ly, followlus which they both huirled
back to tUe steamer uud caw to the
variety of tlil.s merchandise It was evl
dent that Mr. Stark would In nowlso
he a buiden to the nm,mutilty,
llmu'II w-.iH utt NUlllcl.Mitly lerseJ
In the ways of nilnlii'; camps to know
exactly what this abrupt cIijueb of
pollr-y meant, but tUit there i.'au com?
l.'ilil;; i.i thi nlr he l.t.eiv fl'ou the
Uj titl-l'M i..annor of "No Creak" I.eo
and fro: i ths suppressed e.ultement
oj iorJt urn i:ie triui.r. 111 ) cutlusl-
(y K-it the better of him lln.tlly, nuj he
fell Into talk with Lie. Inquliluu nbout
the str.iustr by way of nu opening.
"That's Hen stall.. I Knew lilmluck
In the t'nssli;-country "said Lie.
"l1 ,C " in""":: luanl"
"Woll. HUiuiuat. lie' itiaile niul lost
!a bank roll lli.tt n Kioyliouiut wouldn't
lcnp Aor In tin- inlnln lnmliii hut
il ii m i ins ri'"i:ir crnic. no inn ono
of tho l.l?;:est pliuet In tho northnest
"Mahioii nml inrlcty bcuss levcn
bartenders. thnt'M nil. Hc'3 the feller
that killed tho irold romltiLjrlonr of
cournc (hat put him on tho hlkcn "In."
"How do jou incanV"
"Well, ho had n record n long 'is a
elck nnn'.s drus Mil before lie went
Into that country, nnd when he put the
coiniiilsKlniirr nw.iy them fiinnd mi if
flcliils went rlfter him like the. n la
kill I ii niiiil.cn. :uul It cent hint ill If
hnd made to net elcr. f It h I i, ,
pened ncuws the line the ion mis
Jury would h.iie free.1 him, V.tt i i
eommlsiloni'r w m dr.ittk r.):il ' i l
thu rowr Hut It Inppeticd rlilii In
Stark'n Riiloon, nml jom know t'unii lis
Is Htroncer than i Itrlol for law ni il r
der. Not belli' his first offense, It nent
hard with hint."
"Ho look like n killer." s.il I Pun. II
"Yes, but hp nln't tho cniiiiiiini kind
Ho nlwnjH lets the ijllicr man ! In.
nnd therefore lie nlu't eicr done tinie."
"Come, now," tircucd the llutiten.int.
"If It were the other man who Ini.iiia
bly idiot flirt, Starl would h n e In en
killed lotiK iico."
"I don't care what would Irne hip
petted. It ain't happened, nml he's r;ot
notches on his pin till It loo'; like s
cub bear had chawed It. If you was a
western man you'd know what tliej
nay about him. The bullet nln't been
run to kill him.' That's the s.i.iln'
You needn't prln. There's ninny a U-i
ter man than you bclluvcH It."
"Who U It that tho bullet hasn't
been run to kill?" raid the trjclir'K
daep yoke behind them. lie had iln
IMicd with Ids duties in. if now KitmtiT
"Hon Stark," raid I.ec, turiiins.
"You know him, John?"
"No; 1- neier saw him. but I l.now
who he 'Is; tired to hear 'of -hint In the
Coetir d'Mencs." '" '
"That's liliiij talking tVial'l
tho miner. "He's-nn old frl 'ml of
mine, mid he's p.l))5 to locr.te Iwre."
llurrell Ulvuchl be,.saw Iiee ivlpltflt
the tuder, but he was not simwfur nt
that luoiurnt the man of wliom they
hands. While the soldier fell 1 no easy
convcrntloh nllli the newenimT. (Inlo
convcraiion Willi me r.ewcuiiu'r, i,nie 1
paztsl ril! ?rtsi narrowly, r.tull:is lilm
as he tfiilicd nil ir.en who nine ns .
striiiit-'cl 0 As ho was dolus so A II una
entered follow oil by .lohiihy and Mol
ly. She had come for i.ugar and naked
for It In her 1 n'lu lonsue. I'pon her
exit Stark biul.e ofT talklus to the
lleutetmut mid Ittrued to the trader.
"Your squaw, Mr.'(j.ile?"
The old nun 1 1 titled.
"l.'ah-l'lc, 1 li?"
"Yes. Why, do you bavvy the talk?"
"Sonic. 1 ilic.i in California once."
"Where?" The question ciiino like n
"Oh, here and there! I followed the
mother tide for n spell."
"I don't recall the name." said t In
truder nflir a bit.
"Possibly. Where w ere you located ?"
"I iicier III 011 nny one pi ice 1 in;:
inoush to rail It home."
It seemed to liuriclt that Inth rv.i
were sp'iiilus cautiously In 1111 I.u'l
reel, Impeisoiial tuaiiucr.
"Those jotir kids, too, eh?" KtarU
" e.(, m.d I sot another one berl es
older, a sir I."
".She's a 'pip,' too.y said "No Cr.'tU'
I,co fervently. "She's plumb luiu.i
"AH of them half breeds t" quea
"Sure." The trader's nusiver was
short, unit when the other showed nn
Intention cf presslus the subject fur
thcr he snuiiti'ieil nway, but no stoncr
was he out of hearlns tlinn Stark said:
vjlumph! They're all alike."
"ThLi one nlu't." I.ee declared. "Ile'n
different. Ain't lie, lleuteiiaut?"
"lie lertnluly Is," asreisl llurrell.
This was tti. fiist criticism he had
heard of Neil.i'x fntlier, and, allhoiisli
Stink volnnkiTi'il 110 nrsument. It was
plain that his opinion remained ttiinf
fcetcil. Tho old limn went throiish the store
nt thu rear mid stralshtw.ty sought Al
Itina. Ks'nklits to her with unwonted
sovcrrsy in Ihe I'nh-Uto hinsuaso, he
"I ham told you neier to use jour
untile tonguu before strausd". That
man In the store understan Is."
"I only naked for susar to took tho
berries with," she replied.
"True, but another time jou might
say more; Therefore tho less you speak
It the better. He Is the kind who seen
much mid tallts little. Address me In
Slwash or In Knsllsh unless we are
Suddenly she drupiied her work and
enmo closo up to htm.
Cull he be tio
I "I don't know. Stntk is not tin
rfatne, but ho might have cli-insed It.
' jio had reasons enmisli."
I "Who Is this man Stnrl.5"
I "I don'J. Know Jhnt ellher. I imd
to .r'rtr i . m...i .. .en i was in iiiiiisn
"ltut Mil cl.r') -t must know If he Is
llie oatste. .She I mut li ne told yon how
he looked. O' i m mint have tol.l
Onto tdiork hl:t lu-iid. "Very little. I
could not a k her. nnd others knew
lil.it mi well tin neier doubted that I
had Feen him. but this much I do
know, lie wn il irk"
"This ni.in Is dark."
"mid his tplrlt was llko that of n
i.i id Uowe"
"Tlili man's temper Is bl.uk."
"ard hl oypi were eiwl."
"This mm his o II eves."
"Ho lack, d llio yesrs of my ace."
raid the trader.
"This man li forty yenn old. It
must be ho," snld the Kipi.tw.
Hven Necl't .Would have marveled
had she heard thl re; elation of her
"T7iP tiifil imnifirfiil Mill I U
piir,, ' iie K'u(iit.
father's nj-e. fir Ills tin!:- and brows'
Mere grizzled, mid Ills fii'o 1 id tin'
look of a man of ltj, whll onlj
these who Knew him well. II .e Doret
were uvwlio of Ills ireiit slrc'ip :h and
the cuittirniKc that bilhsl his appear
"Wo will bend Necli down to the
mission tonh;ht mid lei I'liilur liar
mini keep Iter there till tills man
Koi'."," said, the sipt iw after 1.01110 dellli
,'No; she iniiiit stay bore," (Jalu n
lyicd. with decision, "The man has
(Time here to Hie, so It won't do nny
pMil to tuid her away, and. after all,
what Is to Ih Will lie 1 til I ,ho must
never bj seen In tli.it dance girl's dress
ii.llu, nt hsist not till I learn inuro
about this Sl.irl.. It iiuikes no dliTcr
eneo whether this one Is the mau or
cet. He will come, and 1 shall l.now
hltit. Pur 11 je.ir I have felt tli.it tho
tlne was crowlni; short, mid now I
, Lll,.,v t, .
fTo Be Continued N
By Ly dia E. Pinkham's
T tupvllln, Ky. "I.jdla V.. 1'Inlc
hai'i 1 Yp.'utnlilo Coiniounil hits cer-
r. taliity nolle mo a
ivnrld or goiHl ami
I cannot prahn it
ness, anil a :.. icro
fi'tiiii'" troii1' I c
imunil Iia3 restored
inu to P rfnet
health una kept nm
front the opcrntlns
t'lbii'. 1 will never bo without this
liicd'crm in tho liouae." Mis. Sam'l
I.li, vji I'ourth St., Louisville, K.
AtiotJier Oiioiatluti Ailtlcil.
Adrian, (la. "I mifferril untold
mhery tiom fein.ilo troubles, and my
dm tor Haiti an operation was mj only
clnt'ce, and I iheadeil It almost as.
much as ilath. I.ydln i: I'iukham's
Vl'St'tahlt roiniiouuiscolnpletelj en ted
me without nu upeiatloii.'' Li:.na V.
IlKVIIY, It V 1). 3.
Thirty jenrs of unparnllcleil cue
cess coin. nu t'ui power of l.)ill.i V..
I'inkhan.'s Vrsvtr.blu Coiniiouml to
euro fiiiiale tllsinjcs. 'J In Rie.tl ul
ttnio of usc-olli Iteil Icstlinimy constant
ly pourlnir In tiroies conclusively that
L)il!a 12- rinkluim's A'cgetablo Com.
poitntl Is a remarkable retm dy for thoso
dlstrcsflns feminine ills from which
so many w oiucu sulfcr.
NOVELTIES OF ALL KINDS
AND EASTER IOSTAL CARDS.
WALL. NI0H0LS CO.. LTD.
CORNER TORT hnd MERCHANT; Sts
jay'Tor Sale" card, at Qulletln.
WAN JUS JJ
Auverti.enie,.is tntfer this HeaJ.na Adverllieinent. Unacr tni. Htidinj
One Cent Pjr Word Each Day. No Ad- One Cent Per Vverd E.ntlt Lvy No Ad
vertiiemer.ts lit.etted lor Le.s Than Vertl.ements Incerted lor Lei. Than
Ten Cents. lien Cent..
i.vui)uoiiy to imihe money by plant
Ins cocontiuts. Inquire for .llants.
Hot 102 l.lliue. Kauai. 4MIP'lf
CKhl v.jpmy n.KO hI the Huliellii of
I'l M tin's utoiTp-raphor nnd olllre
iim-i i! in j i imllion e"f Pent rtf
e iii" .l.llres 'It 1, ' llulh
llo oll.i e ' 42W-.lt
Oolit watih nnd fob. on Alexander
fit. near Wllilar Ave. l'lnder ljii
nt thrs olllce and len'Uc rownrd.
rr.slK)k No. 8192. I'lmlsr l.lnd'y
return to llluhop & Co S.iilnss Uo
l.-iii ' sllier watch, fob uttarlivd.
photo in c itc Owner can Rot pro
peiiy ut this 6i!l"e by paylnif for
Commoditic3 arc increasing
in price withoat n propor
tionate introaas in wage
earning force. Economy
mutt be practiced or bank
ruptcy will come. The phco
to begin is the kitchen.
in your stove. Renew youth
by shutting olf hard work
nnd worry over household
expenses. We have a lot of
information that is yours
for an intimation that you
are interested in domestic
Honolulu Gas Co.
W. C. Peocock & Co., Lta.,
A Slsn thoto was that mot llio
That Slsn was "I'alnl";
And every mortal that passed
Sinner nnd Saint,
lut out a fliiKor, touched tho
"- And onward sped.
And, as ho, wiped away tho
It 18!" hosnld.
Fresh paiat ia nlwayn in
teresting. The trouble n that
few paints retain their ftesh
nest and beauty for long.
Theie 'r. 0:1c paint that does
made by W. P. FULLER i
CO. and sold by
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King St. Phone Ti 3.
fh3 Best Wlit'kcy on tho Market
WIOS. F. HeTIflllE ft CO.. AGENTU
101 105 KINO ST.
MONE 140. P 0. BOX 7P5.
A "lie MKKMAN VIOI.IV Sttadtiat-
lou p.ittern, has been mcl m.uiy
ears. Kor particulars editress II.
KAIII., (Jonnnn'rlchooli.ind Chtmh.
20,000 Coconnuls iluo to arrive on
tchoouor Concord, from Hinnlii
Island In a tow days. Miller S.il
inge Co. 1'. O. Ilox i27.
It"nillns tttnml.-ird motoroclo; .tw..i
cllni:e.- C-H.".r practlielly new;
In fine ruunlnc condition. Inquire
ilullftln oUlca. I2i3-t!
Sho'itinK Rallory. :.'n. 13 Hotel 8t.,
neir N mi nun. Koqulro of owner
or 1'. It. I!urnttt, Merchant SI-4273-tf
Newly furnlshtsl itsner, ekio In; nlec
trlo Ihiht nnd rutinlns water in
ench inont. No 7.1 So. llsrctnuiu
Neatly furnished, mcwqiilto-proot
loom, with board. Tel. 1333; Noj.
710-60. Ileietanla St. 4272-tt
I'll rlshcd suite of moms, with
tioanl, hot nnd cold water 10 IP
II' ii-t mil Ave. liWi-tf
I'onr furnished . looms, with bosrd.
Tvu with du-oslns 100111. 10.0 Iltr-
t'.iui.l Ave. 42SK-tf
Two furnished rooms 1U71A l.lku-
llke St., near Campbell I..1110.
Twu furnlsheil rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McL'ouncll, 122H Kmniu St.
N'lio. airy roo-ns nt 1363 Nutiunu
Ave. It calculable. I27U-2W
ui 11 niw mmmmm tHPftHiMisii ' ' 1
hi.'ai. kstatb i::chan(ii:. I.TI).
Wo haio over 100 lotB for snlo In sll
p'irlH of tho city, Impnived and
unimproved, hupliiciis clten,
resldonco sites Vlol farming
sites, for prices rniiflns troni
ISO to tSO.OOO; some for cash
sales, sonio for Installment
tub's and sumo for exeliatise.
Wo haio nvor 01 homes for sale, local-
ni in every rusldeuro section
of tho city, nn I suburbs; nil
comfortable, nunc oleKOjit, on
inrloiiH terms; sonio for spot
cash, sonio nn installment pay
inintH, some for exchange, nnd
romu fur part cash mid part
mortgage on easy terms.
HOUSES. ' '
We can arrunso to build housos on llm
Installment plan on lots pur
chased from us by rusimusiblo
Wa huvo 11 number of Rood cxcltinga
Wo rent houses and may lucat'i
We haio eluht or 'en prospectho buy
ers on our lists ut present;
lerhaps jou have Jurt tin
pl.-icn that would cult ono o(
them. Come uud teu us. t
hi:ai. i:stati: raciiANor., ltd.
A. V..OKAK, Mancaor.
Wing Wo-Til &'Co.
941 NUUANU ST