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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, July 14, '09.
V'-1 ' ' - " f--."?' "',
Wc do the very best repairing on
Tjpewriicrs, AUtung diamines
and Cash Registers. Our repair
lug on the most Intricate electri
cal npparatttscannot be excelled.
All work guaranteed, C. W. Mac
f.irlano & Co.. MaBotilc Temiilo.
Phono 145. . 4352-tf
Piano taught in G months, $3 month
(X lessons). Spedal iittciulon adult
beginners. "Teacher," llullctln "fllcu.
Otto Oss Carpenter, Jobber and
Contractor. Phone 1503. 1420
Victoria St. 4321-lm
For Walanae, Walalua, Kotiuku and
Way Stations 9: IB a. m , 3:20 p. m.,
Tor l'carl City, Hwa Mill and Way
Stations f7:30 a. ra , 9MS a, m.,
11:05 a. in., 2:1S p. m.. '320 p. m.,
G:1C p. in., $3:30 p. m, fll:00 p. m
Tor Wnhlawa 9:1C a. m. and
6:1G p. in.
Arrive Honolulu trom Kahuku,
.Walalua and W.il.mao '8:30 a. in.,
Arrive In Honolulu from Kwa Mill
and l'cntl City 17: 10 a., in, 8:3C
u. m., -10:38 u. in . "1:40 p. ra., 4:3i
i) in . G:31 i). ni . 7:f.o t in.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:30 a. m. and r:31 p. m.
t Kr. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Ilululwu Limited, a two hour
train (only flrRt-clasa tickets hoa
ered). leaves Honolulu every Sunday
nt 8:22 u. m.; returning, arrives iu
Honolulu nt 10:10 p. m. Tho Limited
stops only ut Pearl City and Walanae
O. P. DKNISON. F. C. SMITH.
The Encore Saloon
in . .
Try a drink at the new-place and
have MIKE FATTON serve yon.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
manufactured from pure distilled wri
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewjto. Telephone 628.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 2So pet
hundred in 10-lb. lots
vy. O. BAHNHART,
133 Merchant St
OF AIL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
ueen Street :: :: :: Honolulu,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbsrs
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FORT and QUECN.8TS.
Bamboo Furniture Hade 'to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
503 S. BERETANIA SI.
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
tcrintion made to order. Boiler work
aud'RIYITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty, Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs ezecutedj at shortest notice.
OniO CLOTHES CLEANING CO,
132 Beretania St.
Ladies' and gents' clothes and
gloves cleaned. Contracts $1.50 per
month, four suits. Dyeing and dry
cleaning. Telephone 400.
f j AND OTHKK PIANOS.
3 THAVErl PIANO CO,
H 1M HOTEL STRAIT.
j! Phone M8.
J 85 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office, These, are the telephone
numbers o tie Bulletin office.
Japanese Employment Association,
Nuuniiu and I'atinhl St a. Call up
phone" G97 It jou want a cook,
good boy or servants.
Duisenberg & Farrar, Architects, 62'
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 12G0 Alapal St. Telephone
fee Sing Kee--Plumber and Tinsmith.
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
BENNY & CO.. Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
1260 Fort St.
Fukuokayo Hotel, Iiliha Street.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, sit
tinted at Fawan on King and Young
streets. Building in first-class or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric liUt and gas. Alio
Kapiolani Park Jots and improved
property at Hauaia and other prop
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
Q00DS of EVERY DE
Ohas. R. Frazier
i?hone 371. 128 King St.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.: P. 0. Box 014.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LlftUORS. ' AND, CiOABJ,
W. 0. BEKGIN. Proprietor.
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short Orders nt All Times
of the Day and Night. We Never
FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAM. Prop.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California and
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Moitgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT' ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
Wo have lor snle Hack Set Ranges,
bIzo 4 to 9 ft.;-l)rldge & Beactt
"Superior SIovcbj" Quick Meal
and Perfection oil stoves; Tarm
ei's Ilrollers, Camp and Laundry
stoves. Phone 211. EMMELUTH
& CO.. LTD., 145 King St.
By Louia Joseph Vanea
CotrlM. ISM. tjrtk. Ctkbi-Htrrlll C
At the door the cab pulled up sharp
ly and a man tumbled hastily out upon
"Here!" he cried throatlly. tossing
the cabby his fure, aud turned toward
the pair upon the doorstep, evidently
surmising that something was amiss,
for be was Calendar In proper person
and a sight to upset In a twinkling
KIrkwood's Ingeniously bullded castle
"Mrs. Hnllfttnt" he cried, out of
breath. "Is my daughter here?" And
then, catching sight of Kirkwood's
countenance: "Why, hello, Klrkwood!"
He saluted him with a dubious air.
Tho woman interrupted hastily.
'Tlcase come In. Mr. Calendar. This
gentleman has been Inquiring for you,
with an astonishing tale about your
"Dorothy t" Calendar's moonlike vis
age was momentarily divested of any
trace of color. "What of her?"
"You had better come In," advised
Mr". Hallain brusquely.
1 he fat adventurer hopped hurriedly
screws the threshold, Klrkwood follow
Ing Tho woman shut the door and
tui:cd with back to It, nodding slg
nlllcantly at Klrkwood as her eyes met
"Well, well?" snapped the latter im
patiently, turning to the young man.
Uut Klrkwood was thinking quick
ly. For the present be contented him
self vlth a deliberate statement of
fact, "Miss Calendar has disappear
ed." It gave him an Instant's time.
"There's something fishy!" be told
himself. "These two are playing at
cross purposes. Calendar's no fool.
He's evidently a crook to boot. As for
the woman, she's had her ccs open
for n number of years. The main
thing's Dorothy. She didn't vanish of
her own Initiative. And Mrs. Hallam
knows or suspects more than she's
going to tell. I dbn't think she wants
Dorothy found. Calendar docs. So
do I. Ergo, I'm for Calendar."
Disappeared?" Calendar was bark'
tngnthlm. 'now'? When? Where?"
"VYliuin ten minutes, sain Kirn
wood. "ITerc: let's net It stralfibt."
And ho told what bad happened, men
tioning that he had not paid tlu cab
"Thanks," said Calendar dryly. He
bent his head In thought for an In
stant, then looked up and fixed Mrs.
Hallam -with an unprejudiced eye.
"I snyt' ho demanded explosively.
"There wasn't any one' here that
knew eh 5"
Her -11110 eyes wavered and fell be
fore his. and Klrkwood remarked that
her undcrllp was curiously, drawn in.
"I heard n man leave as Mas. Hallam
joined me." he volunteered helpfully,
and with a suspicion of innllce. "And
after that -I paid no attention nt the
time It seems to me I did hear a cab
Iu tho street"
"Ovv?" interjected Calendar, eying
the woman steadfastly and employing
au exclamation of combined Illumina
tion and Inquiry more typically British
than anything Klrkwood had yet
heard from tho man.
For her part, the look she gave Klrk
wood was sharp with fury. It was
more: it was a.mlstaLe, a flaw Iu hor
diplomacy, for Calendar Intercepted It.
uiiccreiuuuiuumy uu kiuqifl-u mvi uu.v
arm with his fat hand.
"Tell me vho It wasl" he demanded
in an ugly tone.
, Shef reed herself with a twist and
stenned back, a higher color In her
cheeks, a flash of angcY In her eyes.
"Mr. Mulready," she retorted dctlant
ly. "What qf tjiatr
"I wish I.tvjis sure," declared the fat
adventurer, exasperated. ."As It Is, 1
bet a dollar jou've put jour foot In It,
my lady. I, vvarued jou of that black
guard. There! The mischiefs douo.
We won't row over It. One moment"
Ho begged It with a wave of his hand.
stood pondering briefly, fumbled for
his natch, found aud consultcu it.
"It's the barest chance," he muttered.
"Perhaps no can make It"
"What aro you going to do?" asked
"Give Mr. Mulready a run for bis
money. Come along, Klrkwood! We
liavcnt a minute. Mrs. Hallam, per
mit us." She stepped aside, uud he
brushed past her to the door. "Come.
He seemed to take Klrkwood's com
pany for granted, and tho youug man
was not Inclined to argue the point
Meekly enough ho fell !u with Calen
dar on tho sidewalk. Mrs, Ilallutn' fol
lowed them out. "You won't forget?"
she called .tentatively.
"I'll phope you if wo And out any
thing." Calendar jetked, the words
uncermonlously over- bis shoulder as,
Unking arms with Klrkwood, he drew
blm swiftly along. They beard her
shut the door. Instantly Calendar
stopped. "Look here, did Dorothy
have a a small parcel with her?"
"She had a gladstono' bag."
, "Oh, the devil, tbo devil!" Calendar
started on agatu, muttering distracted
ly. As thoy reached the corner be
dlsingnged his arm. "We've a minute
and n half to reach Charing Cross iiler.
land I think It's the last boat. Von sot
the pace, will jou? Hut remember I'm
an oldish man aiid-and fat."
ifhey begun to ruu, Jhe one easily;
thTeTTuroBefinifT.fWr like an old
fashioned square rigged ship paced by
The Thames appeared before them,
a river of Ink on whose burnished sur
face lights swam In long winding
streaks and oily blobs. H? the Boating
pier a county council steamboat strain.
ed Its hawsers, snoring huskily. Hell
were Jingling In her engine room as
the two gained tho head of the sloping
Klrkwood slapped a shilling down
on the ticket window ledge. "Where
to?" he cried back to Calendar.
"Cherry Gardens pier," rasped the
winded man. He stumbled after Kirk
wood, groaning with exhaustion. Only
(he tolcranco of the pier employees
gained them tbelr end. The steamer
was held some seconds for them. As
Calendar staggered to its deck the
gangway was Jerked In, the last haw
ser cast off. The boat sheered wide
out ou tho rlrer, then shot In, arrow.
like, to the pier beneath Waterloo
The deck was crowded, and addl
tlonal passengers embarked at every
stop. In the circumstances conversa
tlon, save ou the most Impersonal top
lis? was Impossible.
As the boat snorted beneath London
bridge Calendar's Impatient e drole
him from his seat baik to the gang
way. "Next stop." ho told Klrkwood
curtly and rested his heavy bulk
against the paddle liox. brooding mo
rosely, until, nfter an uninterrupted
run of more than a mile, the sir-tuier
swept in, side wheels Picking water
furiously ngalnst the ebbing tide, to
Cherry Gardens landing.
Sweet name for a locality unsavory
Klrkwood shuddered, sticking close
to Calendar's side as they, landed.
Life's naked brutalities bad thereto
fore been largely out of his ken. He had
hcurd of slums, bsd even ventured to
mouth politely moral platitudes on the
subject of overcrowding in great cen
ters of population, but In the darkest
Bights of Imagination had never pic
tured to himself anything so unspeak
ably foul and hopeless as this. And
they were come hither seeking Doro
After some ten minutes' steady walk
ing Calendar turned aside with a mut
tered word and dived down a covered
dark and evil smelling passageway
that seemed to lead toward the river.
Mastering (lis involuntary qualms,
Some ten or twelve paces from Its
entrance the passsgeway swerved at a
right angle, continuing threo yards or
ao to end In a blank, wall, whercfrom
a flickering. Inadequate gas lamp Jut
ted. At this point a stone platform
perhaps four feet' square was 'dlscor
cred, from the edce'of which n flight
of worn and slimy stone steps led
down to a permanent boat landing,
where another gaslight Bared 'gustily
despite' the protection of its frame of
"Good Lord!" exclaimed the young
man. "What In heaven's name. Cal
endar" "Bcrmoudscy Old Stairs. Come on."
They descended to the landing stage.
Beneath them the pool slept, a sheet of
polished ebony, w-hlsperlug to Itself,
lapping with' small, steslthy gurgles
angles of masonry and ancient piles.
On the farther bank tall warehouses
reared square old time heads, their un
compromising.' rugged profile relieved
here and there by tnperlng mastheads.
A few scattering, lechte lights were
visible. Nothing men id save the river
and the wind
The lauding Itself thev found quite
deserted, something which the luhen
turer comprehended with a iukI which
like Its iiciompauj lug limrtkulutc ejac
ulation, might haw beeu taken to In
dlcate either tuitlifactloti or disgust
He Ignored Klrkwood altogether fol
the time being and pre-tviltly produce
a small, bright object which, uppllp
to his lips, proud In be a boatswain'
whistle. lie sounded two blasts, out
lung, one brief.
There fell a lull, Klrkwood n.itehlii
the other and wondering w tint next
would happen. Calendar piuetl res'
lessly to and fro iiku lie uirrow
lauding, now stopping to Iodine ni
car to latch some nntltlpnird noum1
now searching, with sweeping ghimc
the black reaches of the pool.
I'ln.illy, consulting his wntrh, "A
most 10." he announced.
"We're In time?"
"Can't saj. If that Infernal bon
would only show up"
He was lifting the whistle to sound
a second summons when a rowliuil
rounded a projecting iingle formed bj
tho next wiiivhouse downstream and
with clanking oarlocks, swung In tn
ward the lauding. On her thwarts
two llgures. dipping nnd rising, labored
with the HwcipM. As they drew In the
man forward shipped Ills blades and
rising, seiniubled to the hows In order
to grasp mi Iron mooilng ring set In
Calendar wiuldlul to tho brink of the
Hinge, glililtliu Willi relief.
"'I he nthir man." lie usLcd brusque
ly "has he cone alHiird, or U lhl
the llrst trip lonUit'"
One of the wnleriueii nodded iiskmiI
to the Utter question, milling grullly
Sien ii.iwlhlu' of 'lin, Mr,"
Veiy gv"d." nild I'lileiidur. as If hi
duiilfiid nlit ther It weie wry good or
bad "We'll null n bit."
"Ulght-n!" ngreid the waterman tl
I'uti'i'dir turned bade, his sunll eye
glimmering wlili mitlsfiu tlon. "I sup
pose." he Mild to Klikwoud alirupllj
"juu lutein changed jour mllid?"
"(.'Iiniigid my mind?" ,
"About i inning In with mo."
"My dear xlr, I inn have no mind to
dntie until u pliln proportion Is laid
"Il-m!" t'nleiidir puffed ilgorous
Ij until It imiuiiiiI ( him to change
Ihesuhjci t "You wnnt mind telling me
whflj happetii'd lij miii nnd Doiotliy"
I'alciulnt dieu marrr, and Klrk
wood, loncrlng IiU voice, narrated
briefly the eiut slnre he had left the
Plcss In Dorothy's eompauy.
Her father followed 111 tn intently, In
terrupting unw mid ngnln wllji tin ex.
clniiintloii or pertinent quest Inn as,
hml Klrl.uixd hern able to see the
faie of tliu mnii In No. 0 rrngunll
street? 'Hie tiegatlte answer seemed
to disconcert him.
"Youngster. ou say? Wain' If I can
lay i'iy mind to Mini ' Now. If that
"ll would hne bceiwIinpoSslble for
Mulieid) whupver he Is-to rccoicr
and get to Craven street beforo we
did." Klrkwood pointed out.
"Well, gu mi," Hill when the tale
was told "It's tint scoundrel Mill
ready!" the nun iilllriued' with heat
"It's lil hand. I ktiiiw him I might
h-iw Intel miiko enough tosec he'd take
IrlissssssssssssBnll II 1 HS
I ' illlllDrmlflifnllllJlll
Ek wvHHIbi II I I Ifl U I I Hfll
' bs RHfl
"UViiit In hrmen's tiiiinr, L'ulnidtirr
the first cbunu' to hand me the double
iron. Well, this does fur hi in. all
right!" Calendar lowered vklously at
the river. "You've been blamed use
ful," he told Klrkwood nsjcrtltoly. "If
It lindn't been for xuu-1 don't know
w here I'd be now nor Dorothy, cither'
-an obvious afterthought. "There's
no particular way 1 can show- my ap
preciation, t suppose? Moucj
"l'e got enough to 'last me till 1
reach' New York, thank jou."
"Welt, If the time over comes Just
shout for tleorge 11. I won't be want
lug. ,1 only wish -ou were with us,
but that's out of the question."
"No two wajs about It 1 bet any
thing jou've gut a conscience conceal
d nbout j our" person. What! You're
in holiest man, eh?"
"I don't, want to sound Immodest.'
-eturued Klrkwood, amused.
"You don't need to nurrj about that
!ut nn honest mill's got no builuesi
) my Hue" IIi gl'im-id again at Ills
ratcli. "!)- tint Mulie.nljl 1 won
let If he was mtr enough to take an
thcr way? 'Or did he thlnk-llu
He ml .T iihnptlj.Kciiiliig dipt ess
d by the ilk light 111 it he might ht-i
icon outwitted, anil, daspliu huud
lehlnd hi" Mil., ihev.id tnnelj' mi
is 1 1 --II. walUilug the iImi. Klrl.
Wml fouid himself soiuewhit wen
led The iiKeleisiiiHi uf his presence
here strmk hlui with nddid force
lv bethought him of Ills mtdiilghi
lout train, nheduled to leave n station
idles .ilMniil In mi hour and n half
If Im mtisiil It he would to Hti.indcd
ti ii foielgu laid, penniless and prut:
Icallj wlllium ft lends, Ilreutwlck be
lug awaj mil alt the lest of Ills cliclc
if ,-uqiialiilauces on the other side ol
lie ihiiini'l. Yet ho lliigetcd In pom
-ompitij. timing fate that ho might
iee I lie end of tho ulTalr, Whj ?
Thcic was only otio honest aiiswei
to, tint question. Hu btajctt ou be
cn'uo of his Interest lu a glil whom
hv Ii Hi known fur a ninltir, or three
hours at most, it was Insensate follj
u:i his pail, tlillculous fiom any point
of view, but he. made no move to go.
Hi; slow minutes lengthened mo
Thcro camo a sound from the
street level. Calendar held up
a hand of warning. "Here they come!
Hteadj I" ho said tensely.
Calendar turned to tho boat.
"Sheer off," ho ordered. "Drop out
of sight. I'll vvhlstlo when 1 want
"Aye, aye. sir."
The boat slipped noiselessly away
with tho current and In nn Instant was
lost to sight. Calendar plucked at
Klrkwood's sleeve, drawing him Into
tho shadow of the steps, "l'.-easy," ho
whispered. "Aud, I say, lend mo a
band, will you, tt Mulready turns
y"Oh, yes." assented Klrkwood, with
a noiicbalanco not entirely uuassumed.
The racket drew neater aud ceased.
The hush that fell thereafter seemed
only accentuated by the purling of the
river. It was ended by footsteps echo
ing In tho covered passagoway. Calcn
dar craned his thick neck round tho
shoulder of stone, rcconnolterlng tho
landing and stairway.
"Thank Godl" ho said under his
breath. "I was right, after all!"
A man's deep tones broko out nbovo.
"This way. Mind tho steps. They're u
bit slippery, Miss Dorothy."
"Hut my father?" camo tho girl's
TJ'.e, attuned to doubt,
(To Be Continued)
W A N T S
Itrlglit, Intelligent woman or girl to
answer phone and take orders;
must pay strict attention to busi
ness. Answer, with full descrip
tion, to U II u 1 1 e 1 1 n oflke.
Wnnt'ed Uy a. joung lady, position
as stenugrnpher and tjpewrlter.
Address UH.-II u 1 1 e 1 1 n ofllce.
Alienator pears; mi quantity; good
prlcia. Communicate I', O. Hox
Carpenter ami painter for small jab.
I486 Kmnin. 4357-31
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin si
nce. SITUATION WANTED.
Japanese Private Cooking School
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzle, 14C7 Auld
Lane. Phono 1SG4.
Fortify your roofs with the
best roofing material made,
leading contractors the
ones who look to their cus
tomers' interests all rec
Samples free at
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King Street.
are the shoes that prove.
REGAL SHOE STORE.
King & Bethel.
BERETANIA ST., NEAR ALAKEA.
Fine Cakes and Ice Cream.
Rolls and Buns Fresh ever? morn-
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer!.
SPECIAL DISPENSATION FOR
t This is to your advantage. Look
it up. DO IT NOW.
HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
Noi. 69-71 Beretania St,
FOR SALE "AT ALL BAR!
Levy's1 for Groceries
LUNCHES and DRINK I
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St near Fort
lack Scully. Jack Roherti
Dr. F. SCHUMANN
Osteopathic Physician' and Oculist.
222 Emma Square.
Hours: Consulting, 2-3 p. m.,
excepting Saturdays. Operating, 8-
12 a. m., including Saturdays; 3-6
p, m excepting Saturdays.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON.
Ofllce with Dr. 0, B. Wood, 160 Bere
Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m,, 2 to 4
p.m., 7:30to8t30p. m.
Telephone Office 24; Residence 1460
K. of 1. cottages, 2 story, new, Un
ion street and Qardcn Inno; close
to business; no jnrd to keep up;
no car fare. Klectrlu lights and
gas. Apply to J. M. McChesney,
1C Merchant street. 4319-tf
rurnlshed Room Kor one young
man; large, nlry, electric lighted;
bath; at WalklM beach; ten min
utes' car ride to city; board neit
door. Address A. K. T care II u 1
At the end of car line on the beach,
furnished house; four bed-rooms;
electric lights. Address "N,"
I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n office.
Room and board In private family.
Inquire at 732 Klnau street, near
Alapal. Terms reasonable
Desirable, cool, mosquito proof
rooms. Apply 230 King St., bet.
Alakca and Richards sts.
Two furnished rooms. 1071A Like-
like St., near Campbell Lane.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs,
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
Furnished Cottage at Cottage Grove.
L. C. 'Smith Typewriters. Repairing
on tjpewrlters, mechanical ami
electrical goods, C, W. Macfar
lane & Co. Maronlc Teifiplo.
Phone 14C. 43CG-tt
For swell gowns, designs from
Worth & Duucet, perfect fit, sic
Mine. Lnmbart. Harrison Dlock,
lleretanla and Port St. 4358-Gt
20,000 Cocoanuts Just arrived on
schooner Concord, from Fanning
Island, Miller Salvage Co. P. O.
Dox $27. 428G-tf
Choice collection of stamps (about
3.000). Address 1941 Bulle
tin office. tt
New milch cow for sate. C. I(. Kluc.
gel, 1C07 Alexander St. 435S--.lt
In the Aquarium, Saturday, a whlto
linen bolt, with white. Ivory carved
buckle. Reward at Bulletin
ofllce. , 4359-tf
Hank book No. 3C0C of
American Savings &
Finder please return
Package containing finish wash
silk dress between' Young,, and
Country Club. Reward at this of
A green swastlcka pin.
at Bulletin office,
Located as we are on a prominent
comer, we have a continual stream
of applicants for houses and cot
tages to rent.
If you will call or mail ni partic
ulars of what you have to rent in
Honolulu we will keep the same on
our lists until rented, send all in
quirers direct to you and make NO
CHARGE WHATEVER unless you
request us to keep the key, personal
ly show the property, and make the
We do this simply for the conveni
ence of those calling on us and for
the Indirect results derived there
from. OUR SPECIALTY IS SELLING
HONOLULU PROPERTY FOR CASH.
We urge you to avail yourself oi
this unusual opportunity whenever
THE REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
82 King St.
Still in business at the same old
the ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256,
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone, 185,