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' KVnNISO RHI-LETtM, HOKOt.UI.tl, T ll WIIDXIMDAY. AlHI. II. too) 5 I
FEW POLICE COURT
CASES THIS MORNING:
l.ec Too San tin it Ho Cliocl;, two I
Chinese who hail taken out cross . tiul Senators Hint are expected to .
wutrnnts fur nMiiult against one'UsIt tho Tenltory with tlio Congtes
nnotliei, iipiirarctl In cotiit this I ilim.il party tliltt niuiilli has boon re ;
morning. ' eelved at tlio execiulu" offices. 1 tio
Atturnu) Diutlhltt appealed for' nnnivs Incluilu Senator W. 11. Ilojbmn
l.ee, ami Ho was icprcfoiitod by ' nml wife. Senator limit nc, lleoiga K.
Clilrllo ('hllllngworth. After listen- j e'oss, clialrniHii of the Commlttoo on
Ing to tlio eliloncc .IuiIko Atulrndo Naval Artalrs, ami the following mem
fniiml l.i'ii Fun San guilty und tlni'il , ,,.r ol the Committee: Coiigicssmon
lilm $1 0 with $.1 10 coats. Ilo was. j. Van V. Olcott, A. I.. Hates, A.
llsihatged, as lie nppearcil to ln tlio j tIiiuhuh. A. V. Dawson William It.
ItiiiJi nt oik'. Douthltt noted mi i i:nHi p. adgett J. T. Wutklns.
appeal iiKiilnsl the ordlet. As cu.n lhutholdt, clinlrman of
M. C. King, who ilrovc nn nuto- lni, (.oiiiiiiittre on Public tliilldlngs
mobile, through the lity without ills- I chuiloi. 1. Seolt, chalrninn of Ihu Com
playing n number, hail hl case llllm,,, Krt.,iiim(.; v. A. Hceder,
nolle pioised. an It wan shown that ,iarmim f the Coinmltlee on Irrlgn
the machine was useil fur demon-1 ,, t M. Miller rlinlrinan of Ihe
strathin. ami consequently. lucord-
iiik io me coumy oriiinnnco. was nui
obliged In carry a number.
J. . Oliver, the alleged ng,.
whom Attorney (leorge Ijavls took
pity on unit nppearcil for In the po
lice lourt, was given till August 21
In get out of the iiiuntry.
Dnvls innile the suggestion to
1'roseciitor Ilrown, anil after n long
i.rgiiment oulslile of the court,
llmwn iiRreeil In tlio proposal. Oli
ver' ami his attorney left the court
together, tlio former helng loaileil
ilnwn with law books which D.nls
hail talieti to court to prove his point
In regnuls to Oliver not being n vag. '
A quartet of booze lighters wereiiiae mm ine reputation oi ueing gin
ilown on the calcmlar. but one of j "X " frivolous anil certain of their
them, a wahlne. illil not appear, nml husbamls. aware of the faults of their
consequently forfeited her ball. , letter halves, hao Joined together.
Ileiiia, nn amateur at the liquor pun-1 PreBiimably to comfort one another.
Ishlng game, was treated to n tectum The 'clal organ of the place uub
on the evils of kooie nnd given a ll"ll,,H fact '" ':rnv(, lanKw. A
suspended sentence of thirteen r"lllll1' ""' "lr(,'1,1' ,,t,e '"?.
immtlm It "III bo pleased to ucrept mcnibers.
l'ele nml Kuknii. Just two plain
,liiltil.u U'nto flnn.l tl 'illil lH
Chief Leal went .lawn to Uwa I
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tiriiii uni iiifuiiv ill iu'l'irn hi Ltii t in
Ing Lopez; 'the I'orto lllcnn who Is
alleged to have committed a crime In
(onnectlon with u 'ioung Spanish
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Uipez. however, could not be In-,
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i til vi 1 1 iiiiii i lie Jilt. vi mix,- diim ixiwr
Ing for him.
Two hatches of Chinese gamblers
weie nrrested this afternoon, and the
first mob of ten were from I'ntrihl
fctieut. The other secn were caught
on Mnun'ikoa street. The whole scv
inleen men were released on lull.
Certain "biittlnskys" annoy the sp?c-
tutors ut the Newsboy b baseball game made out Its case. The Jury was
every day, and everjono wants to dismissed nn'd the motion taken un
kuow what they have to do about It. der advisement.
Inspector General Chamberlain Is on
Board Two Coast Artillery
Companies for Fort Ruger
Due in Port Tomorrow.
The I'ulted States transport Sher
idan, arriving tomoriow, carries nn
unusually largo number of olllcers.
I'romlnent among them Is Col. J. p.
llelllnger, who was for two and a
half years In charge of tho trans
port service at San Kranclsco. Col.
J. L. Chamberlain, Inspector gener
al, who was stationed In San Tian
Cisco some years ago, Is also a pas
senger. Col. Lea Keblger Is likewise
In the number. Another well-known
olllcer Is Major John S. Mnllory. Two
lompanles of coast artillery come to
Honolulu for Kort linger. Captain
James II. Pourlc vlll command.
Following Is the list of cabin pas
sengers for Manila:
Col. J, L. Chnmbeiluln, Mrs.
Chamberlain and two children, l.t.
Col. W. I'. Evans, Mis. Evnns and
three children, Lt. Col. J. II. llellln
ger, -Mrs. llelllnger nnd four child
leu, Lt, Col. 0. lllchnrd. Major John
S. Mnllory, Mrs. Mnllory, Major Win,
Lasslter, Major John E. Ilaxter, Ma
jor II. J. Goldman, Mrs. Onldninn
and daughter, Mnjor M. A. W.
Shocklcy, Mrs, ShocMey and two
children, Cnpt. Cecil Stewait. Major
Henry l'nge, Mrs. Page mid three
child! en, Major W. I'. Chamberlain,
Mrs. Chamberlain and daughter, Lt.
Emll Moses, Lieut. E. 11. Walker,
Mrs, Walker, Lt, John Maiston,
Capt. E. I), Anderson, Mrs, AndcrBo.ii
und child, Cnpt, Leonard Wllilmun.
Mrs, Wltdnian, Chaplain J. M. Moose
mid daughter, Capt. William Mitch
ell, Capt. II. C. Snjder. Capt. S. A.
W. l'.itteison, Cnpt. H. II. Clark,
Cnpt E. W. Illch, Capt. John A.
I'neglow, Mrs. I'neglow, Lt. C. S,
Owen. Lieut. T. !'. McNeill, Mrs. Mc
Neill, Mrs. Itoblnson, mother and
daughter, l.t. 0 Itoblnson, Lt. K. E.
Wilson, Mrs, Wilson nml two child
ren, Lieut W J. Iliowne, Mrs.
Ilrownc, Lieut. W J. Ayres, Mis.
Ayres and two chlldien, l.t. Frank O.
Smith, Lt. I. M, Mndibon, Mis, Mad
ison nnd two chlldien, Lt A. M. Gif
fin, Mrs. Qlffln, Joseph 0 Ilrown, D.
E. McCarthy, D. K. Mitchell, Mrs.
II, 11. Hyer nnd daughter, Mrs,
John T. Stewart, Mrs. II. F. Met
calfe, Mrs, tl, S, Thompson nnd
thrco children, Mrs, J. W. lllanch-
NAMES OF THE
A relFtl list til tlio Ctiiiwct'Ktiioii
Cormn,t,,,. ,, claims, William It..
,, cmrlllim f n10 Committee on
Merchant Marine. James T. I.Ui! ami
....,, P tl1llllln fn,miii.. .,n
Torrt()lcg; ,, congressmen James
Mcl.nchlnn, II. Olln Young W. A. Hoil
i nborg nml A. J. Uarchneld,
HUSBANDS ARE IN UNION.
Stratburg Benedicts Join the Society
for Mutual Benefit,
Paris. July 17. A strange story of
a union of deceived husbniiils conies
from Strasburg. It seems that for i
some time past the women of Hoechst
mere Is no entrance ree. .Mimes or
Intending members of the union will
be placed on the register free
"'"W"-., T""c ,' " bol't ,hl
association of deceived htisbintls. It
has been founded with a practical ob
ject In view. Hint of Instructing Its
members In divorce procedure. The
appeal Is signed by three members, all !
of whom are Hermans, one being a
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mediate results. Since It was issued
twelve new members have been ob
When the government rested Its
case In the Mnrimoto trial this after
noon, Attorney Hitting for the de
fense made n motion for n directed
verdict, practically acquittal, claim-
ng that the government hail
nrd. Miss Kntlieryn King, F. L.
Manson, Mis. Mnnson and two chlld
ien, W. I). D.ibney, Charles Duncan,
Mrs. Duncan, Louis E. de Haven.
Mrs. de Haven and three children,
Charles O. Iloynton, A. L. Smith, J.
O. Teeter, John D. Frederick, Miss
Itose E. Abel, Miss Helen M. IMckel,
Miss Henrietta Davidson, Miss Lulu
II. Detwcller, Miss Katherlnc Dwyer,
Miss Marie E. Logan, Miss Ethel S.
Williamson, Miss Sophy M. Hums.
Tlie following are coming to Ho
Lt. W. M. Smith. Lt. John S. Wil
liams, Mis. Williams, Lt II. It.
Vaughn, Lt. O. E. Turner, Lt. A. L.
James, Jr., Major John K, Cree,
Capt. C. C. Wnlcutt, Jr., Mis. Wal
cutt, Capt. Harry P. Wilbur, Mrs.
Wilbur and children, Capt. J. 11.
CAN A MEDICINE -
BE A " FAKE "
that has lived and grown In popular
ity for thirty )ears, and demonstrated
Its worth by actual cures of fenule lll
In thousands and thousands of Ameri
Any fair minded. Intelligent person
will emphatically answer NO! Such n
medicine Is Lydia E. Plnkhum's Vege
tablo Compound, made from roots and
herbs, and Its over Increasing popular
It j- Is duo to actual merit alone.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Club W. L.
Pittsburg 65 20
Chicago 01 30
New York 50 36
Cincinnati 17 45
Philadelphia 41 51
St. Louis 38 ,50
Brooklyn 31 57
Doston 26 66
Club W. L.
Detroit CO 37
Philadelphia 58 3$
Huston 57 43
Cleveland 51 tl!.
Chicago 17 4$
New York 41 51
St. Louis 41 53
Washington 23. 70
San Francisco S5
I)s Angeles 70
Vet lion 41
LIGHT TOUCH MAN
LANDEDJN LOCK UP
"Oo you mean to say I'.iat I was ask
Ing etrybody for money?" Tims en
nulieil Jiimes Harris of Mho pci.ee of
llcer who coinejcd him In the pollen
On nrrlvnl lit the home for drunks,
J. II. breathed himl, anil the iccelvl'.ig
i.tntlon start began to show signs of
being otctcnmu by the inlnr of "da;;o
It appears that Hnrrls had been
Laptureil Just as he remarked In a
soldier who hail given him u illmo:
"Say. boy, make It n nlckle more."
The npeal was illsregariloil as the
police olllcer liearil the remark and
gathercil Hnrils In for begging. The
man Is snlil to have helil up everyone
he saw for small amounts ami was be
coming a perfect nuisance. Tomorrow
morning he will have a chance of tell
ing Judge Amlraile all about It.
LEAL WORKING ON
MANOA VALLEY CASE
Mrs. Uetts, who lives at Manoa Val
ley, had n stnitllng experience ouo
night last week when she was awak
ened by feeling n h.inilou her throat.
Mls9 McCarthy. Who also was In
the house, henrd Mrs, Uetts scream
nnd ran Into tlio room Just In time to
see a man dressed In dark clothes null
out of the hack door.
Nothing was stolen from the Holts
house, and as the uiau'n face was not
reen and only his clothing described,
the police have, so far, not been able
kto And Ihu prowler. Chief lxal, how-
t-ver, has formed a theory nbout the
affair and hopes to got the Intruder
KANKAKEE, 111. Lillian, thrce
j car-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Hilwnrd Kontnlne, 31 Stntlon street,
was declared to have been cured of
blindness on the occasion of the nn
mm) pilgrimage to the shrine of St.
Ann, at St. Ann, 111,, mnrklng tlio
close of n nine days' novenn. Thrco
thousand pilgrims thronged tlio
streets, of the little village. Including
1,100 excursionists fiom Kankakee
and vicinity and 400 from Chicago.
John I). Rockefeller has transferred
several million dollars' worth of real
estato In New York city In his son.
John h. Itockefeller, Jr. The transfers,
It Is understood, nro a part of a plan
of tlio nil mngnntu to lay aside the
burdens of active business, "
(Continued front Pw 1)
The present type, which Is capable
of sending a message only 500 miles.
or possibly 1,000 miles at night, Is
of no use to us. The manufacturers
now advise us thnt they will furnish
a two and one-half kilowatt machine
which will send a messago 1,500
miles, but we, ns n matter of fact,
are waiting until they perfect a ma
chine suitable to our needs.
"If we were, now to Install wire
less on our Pacific steamers It would
be of no advantage to anyone. There
are Btatlons In California nnd Ha
waii. There Is one In Japan which
Iiob only recently been opened to tho
use of mcrrhnnt steamers, nnd only
for the receipt ot messages of dis
tress. There Is no wireless station
In China. Intercom se then natural
ly would be restricted to' the United
States and the Hawnllan Islands. On
.tho Atlantic, where hundreds of
business men me traveling In both
directions and anxious to keep In
touch with the stock markets and
business conditions, I consider the
wireless Important. Hut here our
passengers nro mostly In quett of
health or of pleasure.
'On the Atlantic the .wireless has
been Immensely popularized by the
passengers, who llnd amusement In
communicating with friends on
near-by steamers. It Is a tine amuse
ment to whe back and forth fiom
the steamers, and I think the bulk
of tho wireless business on the At
lantic comes from such Intercom se.
I fnll to see that the wlielcss In any
way protects a vessel from disaster.
"We don't cnie anything about re
porting that our steamers ato a few
bundled miles out at sea or will in
live at a certain hour. They me
run on railroad schedules nnd their
positions mo dctei mined with soma
ilngice of accuracy."
Mr. Schweiln, accompanied by
Mis. Schweiln, Miss Arabella Schwe
iln und Itlchard de C. Schweiln nnd
two maids, will remain In Honolulu
until the a nival of tho stfiiuer M-m-churla
from the Orient on the 20th.
He said, however, that ho may pro
lung his stay nfter he has seen the
beauty of tho "P.uadlse of the P.i
clllc," After Mr. Schweiln had welcomed
tho lopieseutatlves ot the press, ho
talked fieely on matters connected
with the company of which he Is the
head. Ho said that if the subsidy
bill had passed Congieis It would
have given the Pactflc Mull line an
opportunity to expand Its ntuaiiuhln
business, both freight and passengei
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
Ptru-na Srilts at th Rett rf th
MR. S. J. M ASSET.
Mr. S. J. Msey, formerly a resident
of Toronto, and a well-known husluesi
man, writes from 217 Ouy street, Mon
"I wish to testify to the jfood result
I have derived from Ihe use otl'cruna.
"Having been troubled for several
year with cntsrrh of the head, 1 de
cided to gtvo l'cruna a fair trial anil t
can truly say I have receiver! great ben
flt from Its use. It evidently strikes
t tlio very root of tlio trouble and good
rcsulta are soon noticeable.
"I havo also found Perunst a very
valuable remedy for stomach trouble
"I havo no hesitancy whatever In rec
There nro several kinds of Indigestion,
Tho troublo may bu due to sluggish
ness of the liver, derangements It the
bowolf, enlargement of the pancreas, ot
It may bo duo to tho stomach Itself.
In nearly all caes ot stomach Indiges
tion catarrh of tho stomach Is the catinc.
Tho only permanent rellof la toremovt
l'cruna has become well-known the
World over a a remedy In such ewes.
The following wholesale druggist
will supply the retail tro-le:
Denson. Smith & Co., Honolulu,
NEW TARIFF BILL
SAVEi). FIRM MONEY
Reduction of Duty on Fertilizer Re
sulted Fortunately for ifackfeld
& Company on ShiploadFrom
Whllo the pBsago of the new tariff i
bill has hud the effect here of Incrcus-1
nig iitu umy on many coiiiuioiuiies
Imported to Hawaii, It has been a re
duction on others. Haekfeld & Com
pnny Is ouo of tho fortunate Arms In
this regard, and nro about 5,000
aheitd on the new law,
A shipment ( nitrate or feitlllzcr
arrived hero on the steamer Nordsco
from Hamburg, n few days previous
to the tariff bill becoming a law. Tho
Company consequently placed tho
shipment In bond until after the law
becamo effective, and then unloaded
tho ship. In this way they saved tho
above named sum In duty they would
hrvo otherwlso had to pay had tho
shipment been unloaded On American
toll, before tho bill became effective.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Aug 9, 1909,
A K radical t and wf to William G
I Stable D
I W II Kalllmal to Kclu Cockett ....US
Maliann Kla and hsb by nftt of mtgee
to T. J. ltynn Tr Fore Affdt
Est of Abigail K C Parker by Trs to
G Fied Hush H
I G Fret! Hush nnd wf to Hank of Ha
I wall Ltd M
Excelsior Lortgo No. 1. I. O. O. F.
by Ti-3 to Charles M Cooko Ltd ..D
Hlsliop & Co to Charles M Cooke
I Ltd Itel
I Entered far Record Aug. 10, 1909,
. LttliiokalHiil to S I Shaw Agrmt
I Joseph Keahlllhnu nnd wf to Joanno
11 King M
II L Hnlsteln and wf to Kalelhopu
, Knmalaiil , D
Two Cottages-and Lot, Luna-
lib St 82,500
House and Large Lot, Kalihi. $2,700
Cottage, and Lot, Liliha St. .,$1,650
DESIRABLE ACREAGE PROPER
TIES, situated in KALIHI VALLEY,
and ncar'PEAPL CITY. EWA. If you
want a Small Farm, these lands will
Peach Homes, beyond Diamond
Hcnl. vcrv Romantic Location and
)avid A. Dowsett,
Ins'imnce Veil Estate Loans
203 JUDD BUILDING.
PHONE NO. 055.
TERRITORY WILL BE
Delegates From Here Will Make a
Strenuous Fight for Next Year's
1 Session of Trans - Mississippi
Hawaii will be well nnd ably rep-!
lescnted at the twentieth nnnual
session of the Trans-MlsslsslppI
Commerclnl Congress, which opens
nt Denver next Moitdny. August 16.
L. a. Illnckmnn, nppolntcd by Gov
ernor Frenr, will odlclally represent
tho Territory, whllo n special com
mittee, consisting of Fred, W. Mnc
fnrlane, chairman; Charles A. Hon,
Clnrrltt P. Wilder nnd Oeorgo P.
Castle will represent tho Chamber
Some time ngo Secretnry Wood of
tho Promotion Committee, suggested
to the Executive Committee of tho
Congress thnt delegates bo urged to
attend tho sessions from, China, Jn
pnn, Oertnany, Itnly, France, In fact
nil foreign countries, with n view of
Intermingling commercial Ideas and
getting In closer touch with each
other on the world's nnlffrs. Ulti
mately Mr. Wood's desire Is to se
cure next year's meeting of the Con
gress for Hawaii. Ills suggestion
will bo discussed at the Congress,
nnd the Hawaiian delegates will do
everything In their power Io push It
At the Oklahoma session of tho
Congress Hawaii appealed to tho
western commercial sentiment In
behalf of Pearl Harbor, and as n ro
Biilt of the agitation, to which the
Congress contributed largely, the
government recognized the Justice ot
the Hawnllan claims. Lust year nt
!the San Francisco session Hawaii
had a large delegation, which was
nppolnted more In appreciation of
the work of the Commercial Congress
In her behalf. This year the dele
gates will nsk the commercial bod
ies ot tho Trans-MlsslsslppI section
to make some vigorous representa
tions In behalf of Irrigation, which
Is now tho very grent question ngl
tatlng tho Hawaiian mind. Hawaii
wants tho right kind of Immigrants.
She wants the land laws applied to
her public domain, nnd, most of all,
she wants tho Islands completely
Americanized as a bulwark against
Orlentnl Invasion ot nny kind.
NOW BEFORE PEOPLE
Three big projects now faco tho peo
plu of Hawaii, and especially of Ho
nolulu, namely the raising of 160,000
for n National Guard Armory, 1125,000
for n new Chamber of Coinmoreo build
ing nnd $100,000 for a new Y. M. C. A.
All of them nre Important factors In
tho affairs ot Hawaii, nml it now
seems up to tho eoplo to turn their
pockets Inside out and give liberally
for the upbuilding: of the city.
Tho last-named project was decided
at a recent meeting of tho Y. M. C. A.
directors, and a committee, consisting
of ex-Governor Carter, R. H. Trent
and F, D. Lowrcy, was appointed to
investigate sites for tho proposed
building, and formulate plans for tho
raising of tho amount required to build
a fine modern edifice. A report of the
committee Is expected nt the next
Five of the best known and care
ful chauffeurs In tho city havo start
o Btnnd of their own nt the corner
of King and Bishop streets. The
now concern will be known as tho
Independent Auto Stand, and will
comprlst tho following experts: V.
II. Hnrrub, Dulck; Jim Uarrub, Max
well; Jerry Rooney, PacHnrd; Frank
Lewis, Kissel; J. A. McLeod, Thomas
Flyer. These men need uo Intro
duction the public, but wish to
have It understood that In their new
venturo promptness, courtesy and
reasonable prices will prevail. Tel.
AALA PARK CONCERT.
The Hawallnu band will give a pub
lic concert this evening at Anla Park
'nt 7:30 o'clock. Following Is tho pro
March Ameilc.in lienuty (new) ..
Overture Comedy Hcla
March Freedom and Liberty (new)
Selection Martha Flotow
Vocal Hawaiian songs,. nr. by Rerger
Selection The Gold Mine-... Williams
Intermezzo Cupid Arms .... Drown
rinale Ilntheihood Drown
The Star Spangled Manner.
The leo axe of Dr. Spitz of Haiti
moie. killed In 1870 by nn nvn
Innche, was found nt tho bottom ot
Ihe Ilossons glacier In Switzerland.
!i ! tr
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Fancy Plaids, ,Stripes, and Plain
Sizes, 4 to 16 years
8EE KINO LEAR.
One ot the best films seen here Is
the Lear thnt Is shown nt the l'nik
Theater. Every character Is seen
nnd so clear Is the photographic part
thnt ono may nlmost hear tlio actors
speak their lines. Tho costuming Is
equal to that In, the greatest produc
tions and In this film each Is colored
true to nature. Yellowstone l'ark,
which has proved Biich a drawing card
that It will bo continued for tliu bal
anc'o of the week. This film Is educa
tional. Children get n lesson In nat
ural history nnd In physical geography
at the same time through the pictures
nnd tho lecture which Mr. Carlisle
reads. No better landscajio picture
hnB been seen. Theie Is time every
night for persons to sen this picture
mid then attend the other theaters.
Thnt tho Orn Company has Hindu
good Is attested by the enormous audi
ences that crowd tho Oipheuni nt ev
ery performance. Frank Enrlo gets
the houso the moment ho steps nn tho
stage and holds it until his exit. Thu
bathing suit song Is ono o: tho f m
r.lest stunts nnd the rolling on the
beach Is enjoyed as much by tho girls
us by the audience. Somo- of the
voices of tlio company are a Joke, but
they aro a funny Joko so It dues not
hurt tho performance. Tho moving
picture films aio nil excellent, the Cav
alry film the finest ever seen In Ho
nolulu. ART THEATER.
A special religious program of mov
ing picture films will be shown nt tho
Art Theater tonight and the noxt two
or thrco evenings, Introducing tlio Star
of Bethlehem with a magnlflcent pan
oramic series showing the city ot Jeru
salem at tho present day. Somo ery
fine dissolving Views nnd motion pic
tures of Portugal tcenes will also he
shown. The religious pictures uro of
oxtretne Interest to all classes and
thejo nre amoiis the best shown hero
lui lulints and Children,
ITia Kind You Have Always BougM
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapn-.d
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
I e t i n office.
C. H. BEHN
Car No. 184 can now
be found at
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
King and Bishop Sis.
iJ'On Display at our Gar
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CJ
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL
Your machine will be readjl
you when we say it will be.
ion t experiment cm autos; we i
Von Hamm - You
ALEXANIR Y0UNO BUILDl
For Sale Choice lot of
Ex Steamer Lurline.
ALL THE FITTINGS FORKj
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
The W.W.WRICHT C0..I
King and South Streets.
By skilled mechanics at
Royal Hawaiian Gara
Hotel St., near Richard.
Miss Kale Wood
1141 Fort Street.
Stamnintr. Embroiders and
tions. Shirtwaists, Gloves anal
derwear. Orders taken inr nil u
of fancy work. Telephone 387tfl
Alexander Young Buildind
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