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WVKNIM mHJLBTlM'. nONOLBLh, V. !., TUESDAY, UIX', 21, 1So3
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Our Advertisements Seiveas Guideposts to the Home of tia 'gains. 1 1)ey have uirectea 1 nousanas 01 anuppcr
to this Store and have been a source of Pleasure-Promoters too, for Honolulu Ladies.
We note here only a few of the articles suitable for the Christmaj season. The tore is filled with countless gift suggestions each moderately priced. You cannot make a mistake. ---
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LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
One of the test assortments we' have shown. Goods arrived on the
Alameda and arc dcliRhtfully fresh. $1.50 to $3.00.
No larcer line, no better values in Handkerchiefs shown in Hone--lulu
These are for ladies and Gentlemen and Children and are suitable
for Christmas Rifts. The line is a feature with us.
and SCARFS. A new line at nrices that will suit .these arc new poods
and are the best we have had since they became the rage.
Fine assortment in Voils, Panama, Silk Etnmonc. Absolutely no
duplicates. Very attractive.
This is the time to collect yout wants in HOSIERY. Wc carry a
feature stock for Ladies. Childre.i and Men in plain and assorted pat
terns LISLE and SILK.
SILK PETTICOATS IN PLAIN BLACK AND
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S PARASOLS
Received by the Alameda. New line of sunshades for ladies and
children. Colors PLAIN WHITE. BLACK and WHITE and FANCY
SHADES. Too ood to let go. Buy now. Ladies and Gentlemens UM
BRELLAS in PLAIN and TWILL MATERIALS.
A special sale on these goods from now until FChristmas. 10 dis
count on all RIBBONS. All widths, plain and fancy.
We will sell you TOYS cheaper than any one in town and as an
ejitra inducement will give you 107 discount on all purchases of TOYS.
BLOM: THE BARGAIN MAKER Oppn Qfofc Cbumh
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WHARF AND WAVE
Including sugar, pineapples ninl sun- cumpletlon of funic repair nuw be- tho County officials. lu-mU'il by tbs(lorilay morning for I.ahaliia )y way
'title The freighter Aluskuii sailed Ing inuilu upon the vessel, The Ciiii- County Allornny ami Auditor, fiivu; of Kuhukulon, Honokchnii iind Hono-
llmni' Kuliulul mi Sunday and will tiinl will tnrrj n Hinalt slilpmeiit of, the county securing (lie two adjoining lua, on a visit of Inspection of the
jliu followed twelve da8 later by the supplies, and It Ik tho Intention to lots that belong to the I'orelgn ClmrtkroadH In those districts.
Tlin SPKKCKKLS iiteamer, Slorra.
wlikli has lain at nuchor Ip Mission
Jlay sllicu October4 I, 1907, was
taken to the Union lion Works to
bn supplied with nil oil-burning
liliiut and will be there for about two
months. Ily that time. nctordlng to
the ofllclals of the Oceanic Steam
ship Company, the Slerrn will bo
Mibstltlitcd for the Alameda pn the
Ban 1'ianclsco and Honolulu route
for ono or inoro vojngcs and mnv
bo kept pcrinancnlly on the Hue.
C.iptuln II. C. Ilondlctte, formcily
i.. ,.! I ,f tin. Rlirrn. when thai
111 KM1UU....U . . , ..,.. rrl.l. . u,.l 1.. .Inn linn, nil III,.
vessel and hur sister ships, me so ""' ;"",.' ",",,,"" "
no..,., and Ventura, ran to Australia. kTlh and will not lenialn at the port
command. For " iwcnu nuum.
of the Vlndlvoslock branch.; while
thu Chemulpo brunch U to be tloseu
letu'uso thc-ainouht of trude there Is
not sitfndent to warrant the cotilln
u.inte of n special offlce. Agencies
tire to bo established ut the vtw.
plates after the closing of tho
PACIFIC MAIL salllnrg according
to tho latest ndvjtes rctelvoi through
the agency of II. .'llackfeld &'Co, will
Tieasurer U M. Iluldwln returned
rmlizlitpr Arlzunun. loturn with n consignment or gunno. ami inu csinto oi w. i-. luuiaic, nj (
k 1 fc i condemnation proceedings If
1-iil- vi-vt uiihiir .if ilin uieniner WIIK.V THIS cargo of lumber .sari, and then erect a temporary na to look after licenses. He reports
lununn Uu for Kona and Knit lrls brought down finni tlio coast by tho hutl.llng for county officials, nil havo becn'supplled with licenses in
h. . i....... n..,i inr Tn.-mlnv. December schooner Chimhlll 'Is discharged. Dili in-,' the Supurvlsois' meeting u.l East Maul. Auditor Chas. Wilcox will
nccos-, Wednesday from an official trip to Ha-
Till: INTim-lSt-AND nteamcr Hel
eno vlll be dlspatthed for Kohalafelo,
Ookala and I-aupaliochoo at noon lo
morrpw, 'taking gwitiral lines of cargo.
UnSTlNED KOH llonokaa and Kit-
kiilhacle tho steamer Nllhau Ib
that vessel Is scheduled lo go to the Wednesday the Sheriff broimlit In a
Ictal iiinrlno ulh.iy for a cleaning iiepou stating that the pew toujty Ja'.l
and repulntlug. 'l'l.o Churchill may lut Kahuliil, completed two weckp ago,
rnll for the sound In ballast
firit of the coming week.
NOTICE TQ MAHINER3.
I Includo tho Mougollb, which Is report- KChedilted to depart for those porta
fed to hae sailed from 3an Francisco , of 'call a; 5 oV
for the Orient bV tho way of Honolulu oon.
clock tomorrow after-
will again be In
Mim time past ho has been, sklppoi
of the barl.cntlne Coronndo, running
to tho Islands. In point of serlw
ho Is tho oldest captain In llf
Spieckels employ, as well as ono of
Tim Mi:i(CIIANT steamer Aline,
rominaudod by Cnpt. I'ranclon, nr
iled at Saigon Nov. 3 ami reported'
that fire had broken oit among tho
cargo, whlth consisted of coal four
das previously. Several Bteam
launches wore i-cnt lo help In mas
tcilng tho flames, but It took nearly
a week to do It. The Allho was
bound for Hongkong. On arrival at
Saigon several of the crew demanded
and got their discharge. The mas
ter nnd a few others stuck to the
essol. Tho llro Is ascribed to tho
coal having been kept too long on
l.oird, owing to tho Allne being de
tained two months at Port Snld for
icpalrn to her machinery.
TUB STEAMER Minnesota, which
arrived at Seattle bee. 2, reports that
she passed a four-masted sthooner
high nnd diy on tho Vancouver Is
land Leach between Caiio Iloale and
l'aihena Point. The ship was of
about 900 tons, painted while aud
looked llko a Holfo boat.
Tho Minnesota did not stop to
Investigate the wreck, which lay
with her port side to the sea and ap
'lionrcd to huvo been abandoned.
Wictkago Is coming ashore be
tween Ulooso and Cnrmanah, The
uliirnincludes boxes of apples, cans
of coal oil, sacks of flour and n large
THE AMERICAN flilp .1. 1. Thom
as has arrived from New York fro ,i
Tatoma after an eventful vo)uo.
It was tho Thomas' lot that on her
last passago she should meet wlt'l
tho worst weather In her long ex
perience us a windjammer. T!i:
Thomas Is to be cut, down Inti it
bargo for seivlce nn tho Atlantic.
Acioidlng to advices tho Thomas en
countered hIoi my weather oil Hit
i cast lu whli h sho lost her llguft
lie id uud sustained other damng.
THE PACIFIC 'MAIL liner KJiea,
Tho next arriv
al due from Hongkon- end Japan
purts Is The Voyo Klsen KuUha liner
N'lprou Mam nnd this stt-amor Is ox
pected heru on Thursday, December
30. Tho Nippon Mam Is bcljeved to
havo tailed from Yokohama today.
TODAY'S Iini'AllTUIira Included
that of iho Inter-Inland steamer Iwa
Innl, whjch vessel sailed short b aftir
noop 'for 'Mnliukona und Kawl'mo.
The Iwalanl will rctu'rp with a deck
load of cattle.
THE SAILING of the steamer
Claudlno for Hawaii and Mnul ports
nUILT AT the tost of Audrcvv lms been postpnnoil frnni Trtday. he!
CUirm-gle, and named after him, n usual sailing ilati'.. until Saturday.
Unique vessel lies at Falmouth, on I Pn
will, i. AniMFlniiu nclentlsts nrn en- THE lNTEIMSUAND steamer K--
enged uif n'ntteen-j ear mission that auliou bus arrived from Kanapaale
will reduce the mariners dangers, after a ratner rougn irip. mo --
The pioblem Is to solve the myster- sel. brought neither cargo nor pas
tes of tho compass nnd Jts tlovnttons, hongers. strong nuriucusi ''
and for this purpose tho Carnegie Is were met on both tho outward and
non-mngnctle lhat.ls, no part of Inward voagd.
tho ship can affect the magnetic i 1"3
compass. Tho principal materials 11ETWEEN FOUR and flvo thous-
iiBed in her construction are wood unu ions oi sugar win ,, i.
and bronze. by tne Aincricuu-iiawaiuui uo
7a I freighter Arlzonnn mis aiierouon,
u'tcnivnTnv n i AnniwlTho vessel will proceed to Knhulul
day has gone without the men of the " Kanapaale before taking her
deck trow of the gunboat Marietta. l0"nr,uro '"! 8u,'"u 0rl,,,lBa,1,,S
off Port Union. Costa Klca, having '-rgo transhipped across the Is h-
IH.UNTS KEEK. CAL.
Not I to Is hereby glvc,n that ljliinls
Heef .Light-Vessel No. 83. Hitloucd
1 7-S miles l dog. 20 mill. (HW. l-il
S.) from Illuiils reef, seacoast of Pal
Ifornln. 'nnd 4 1-2 miles' : ilcg. nn
mill. (WStV.. suuterl). from Capo
.Menilocluo lighthouse was reportiM!
out of position December 7. l'JU'J,
iiiiout l'mlio north of Cape Mendocino.
t-'hc wilt be leplaced on her station ii.i
soon us practicable.
ANO' NUEVO ISLAND, CAl
About January in, 1910, tho 12 Inch
UP WORK m MAUI
One Hundred and Twenty-
Seven For Plantations
The managers of several sugar
plantations on the Island of
Maul lmvi succtt'ded In Inducing a
Johnpy Murphy, the vvord renowned,,,,,!! percentage of the recently ar
llKhtwelght boxer. Is leaving for tho ..., , ( .,,. , ,,
, . i . . ,. riven lunuKuvw iiiiiiiih.H.i.n .m..
c-uuiiij iiiiiic-l c-uiiiiui:!, turn 11JC luuilil J c;oasi till UIU IUIIlV'liU II111II1IU. i,it;
It to bo a poach. No posts or stud- lltiio fellow, seems to havo brightened up Jabor on the sugar estates.
.... ' . .... .... fn ..tin himilm.l mill Iwpnt
olngs are used In the eatlro building up a lot since coming to Hawaii, uut
the was uiisnfe. Only tho wed hfott
itlie Hoard appnivcd tho coniiic'or'
'bill of S520 for this fromo building.
1 8 feet wlJo, 18 reel long and P reel
, ' high and containing three r-or.m each
Tho Hoard ordered an uutomobll
and went t" Knhulul In a body to In
sped tho first building built by the
leave Lahalnn tomorrow afternoon on
nn official trip to Molokal to audit
books of tho Pukoo district magistrate.
GOES ON ALAMEDA
far one hundred nnd twent)-seven
. . . .. .. .I.. tl.n ui.MnL
and very few uatls. Tho conseqiienco It Is thought that ho will do better twl"e " "" '
Is that tho parltltlons movu to and fio down In ArUona, where he Intends go- Azores nave ,tn yunuimu ...v
another story. Tho County Kathern lug In tho near future. neighboring Island, and they may
aiJ going ahead, fully agreeing wlla" v. The big benefit which was given ucc,lle ,0 uetonie cltlseus of Inat fu-
nt tho touch. Soveral times Police Of- him lu San Francisco last week. Is ex- vor iwtlon of the Territory aim
fleer Sequelra of Kahuliil stopped pected to not a fair sum of money for . ,nf " pMmnnent homes mere,
visitors touching tho walls, claiming Murphy, and all ids 'friends hopo that I ut f lh nl"l number wmen
........ .. .. ....... . . ... . . . . uer Inkiin hv the Inter-Island
steam whistle- at Alio, Nilevo Island "ea,r " w""1.1 "'in ie on mem ami no win mkhi oegi. io get wronger ---. ar viilmu forty-one adults ami
Llght-Station. CallfonTfn, will l,o i. " '' '" to make good lor down In tho dry c Ima.o of Arizona. 1" """j.ll'i "Signed for
Above each door aro twelve two-Inch lug op getting dowp to tho Alanieda work w"n ,,u-" Hawaiian COnimcr
hojos. through which tho ulr l ex- In order to say au rovolr to Johnny. t'al & ?u?ar Company estates left
pected to pass freely which It doesn't, vyhn has galuetl many friends In ll", T, r, l i uuiieiit.
This now Jail has been put UP by noliilii.
phupil by a C11iic.Ii romprensed nir At
en. In Miuuil thus: HliiKl..i see.; nil
cut Interval, 3 ec; blast, 2 sro.: sll
unt Intel val, 30 ec. ,
SAN FRANCISCO HAY ENTRANCE.
lltferiliiK to lec nl notlcu to marlnera
of December 19?9. relative to replac
tho Comity to take tho place of tho
old Jail udjolnlng the custom house.
Ing Han Francisco Light-Vessel No. 7d nml w,,lcl ' "MIUmiwmI to bo Fedeial
by Relief Llglil-Vossel No. 7 iiIkh:'
Jnniiiiiy 1. 19HI notice Is hereby gl'.ut
that Relief Light-Vessel No. Vi win
only rIiiiw onn llxet wlilte light Mil li
mit eclipse, Instead of tuovas Ixfoio
II) onlcr of the Light House Hoard.
property. The old building lim tho
roof almost gono and In that way Is
bettei ventilated. It li at present
used for storing old tin cans and other
Tho float d of Supervisors, however,
will ceo thn't the new Jail building Is
strengthened and properly ventilate J.
U Is reported that tho contractor has
on rort i.unou. vosiu men, navniK --- ------ ... urAlTi GTTPrBVTSflPQ wavr 'l Is reiwrled mat tho contractor has
been found. It Is now more than 100,' ' Tehuautepec and forwa c MAUI SUPERVISORS , HAVE f r or a
i inn. .h.. iiiii. i,ni . ...) en to the cast tonsr; oT th0 United MUOH WORK. 1M 8IUHI ....
I. - . null IISU1IU 1'SCJI f.UV IIVUI Ull IIIUI fllwll
(Continued from PJM 1i li'", ""f, Paying nil expenses This
date of for adding a-new story to the county Knhulul Jail Is Intended as a place to
... ... .... ... Iffwttt fifr.kn.1ito n..ul.l - t.t...1..l
" ""' "" "- ....- 'aniline: of Iho Aniorlcan-lluwallnn Jnll whtcli will no iiuiireii ny inn "i- "-....vin ....t...i i nuumm
Each hour thut passes mnkes It iiioio ..,,. :,,,.. ,lllnh , hmv,ne o.in iiar.i r Siiiieivlrtira and County En- ,1,lf'"K "Wit before being brought
aaibI t tlA niltirid nW 9tm -ifrVfiti4k inwi-p n
iBllillii in llir iiiinuB ui .... ...v.r ,........ ,.. ,,1.. .II,.,.,,,
limtra alnpn thn II I f In hnnt WHH RWCnt
out to sen. Nothing wna heard Stales,
from tho Marletto today In regaii?
to tho lost sailors In the vvhaleboat
3111) Is the
! Tin. Xtnnl Acrlciilturiil TomnanV
drew eighteen adult und four I'ortu
guest children In the allotment.
I nnd theso people were left at Pala by
I (lie Nllhau, whlth culled there on
When the Nllhau called at Wnllu
ku, eighteen adults and nine chit-
Irnli (llHefiiti.lrkeil ThoV will tnln
. M the Walluku Sugar Company's plan
WatprhnilCP rnmnflflV ic In "tlltlon to this number several
TTdlCIIIUUM IvUllipail Portuguese families have taken pass-
AwarHAfl Paiili Pnrt. 1"K" " "ther Inlcr-Islaiid stcamern
fiilusucU s uius vwii jr.nd propose to spend some time In
looking over the sltuutlon op Mnut
beore making application for work
t or ncceptlng employment offered by
The bids for supplies, as required by the planters' labor bureau.
int the'iueii will never return.
THE LOCAL AOENCY of the Amor-Icnu-llawallun
has bi'VJi advlted that the freighter
Alaskan with a shipment of twelve
thotisanl torn) of various Hawaiian
piulutts his sailed from Knhulul for
Snllnn Cruz. Tho Alaskan will bo fol
lowed by the Arlzonun, which is to
leave lloncluln this evening for other
Hawaiian uiand ports of can.
EiCHITEEN DAYS was consumed bj
tho llrltlsli ficlghter Kllchnttan lu
making Iho pint of Rilsbauo from Ho
nolulu, The ptoiinei completed the
dli.ch irgo of a Hhlpiuont of coal for tho
Honolulu naval stttlon on November
2C. Tho Kllchattun sailed for tho
Australian lort lu bal'itst.
TAKING HER cargo of Aineiic'iii
coal luck to the United States, thu
Ilrltlth steamer Falls of Orchy sailed
.vesturdav aftcruu'm for Maro Island
ho ship mid her fuel having been ord
Aniorlcan-lluwallnn Jnll which will ho utlllred
of H.ipe.vlyorn and uoun.y i.n- "."''"""" ""'". '?l . ,,,,, ,.r iicnlih Mr ih. n..,. slv I
This giiictrs. Many aro up Inarms agilnsl "huhku hi mo morning lor trial. " - - " i
Franctscn for Honolulu direct, this ginet-rs. iiiuny uiu nn in umm uk ihi w - " .... .. . aksnwB a .i
vessel w?Il bring no pa se ngers. but this p.oposl.lon and tho County Fu- ."d It Is perhaps a testimonial to the months, have been so numerous that UPpPHAMl SF ANIl
r. n.mersto.rthat she has a good- g.nee'r has pronounced such dcoun, mlt of Kahidu that only such a t wlill lake at to uays lo decide IHCnLnAllUldL flWU
ifo, MthoiiKh Biiporintcnueni oi i..i., r, ikbi rar m - "- ""--- "", ,,i 111 II nil Mlintlllkl
lie Work's Mnrslon Campbell slit- w'e keeping of Maw breakers In Hie awanled. Thu Waterboime Co. h bid. Hill UV B1I IINI1N
o the writer neviral munths ngi 'mi port of tho Territory, and' oven aupply palal, In bundled weighing lllillli Ml IIIL.U11I1I1
sized general cargo for local impoit
THE SCHOONER Concord has not that tho prestnt Jail biilldlng.waH oris- " DOorl' constructed and unsafo build
sailed for- Fanning Island, but may linlly built sufflclently strong Jo hoi Mm would answer tho needs,
do so within a fow dnvs after tho Superintendent Campbell. Several of "liu Uoard of Supervisors left yes
vhl"li sailed dnni Honolulu yesterday J,.od at the California naval base by
en routo to Sdu Francisco, will maKo le autohorlties ut-Washington.
n spoclnl call at Manila on her next
outwuid trp. According to tho new
tchp.lulo tho Siberia nnd Mongolia are
thu two ships which will regularly call
nt Manila during tho (list six montht
of 1010. but to accommodate vltnrb
ArTER HAVINO discharged a full
rhlpmcnt of lumber to thu agency of
Allen ft Itolilnson. Iho American
schooner James Holpb has put to Beu
and will pioceed to Puget Sound ports.
for tho Carnival, thu Korea will pinko The vessel sailed jeeterday afternoon
it special call at thut poit on her uuxt
litp. Qu this vougu thu Korea loaves
Hun FrauclFcn Jauuaiy 7, Honolulu
Jnuiitiry 13, Yokohama Janinry 25,
Kobi Jan'iaty 27. and Nagisakl Janu
my 29, bringing her Into Manila about
Kohi nary 2 If bho sails direct from
Kagaraki, However, us this would be
p Utile early tho st nmer may go to
Sha.'iglnl on her tilp nnd sail direct
fioin (hat l-oit for Manila, which
would hrlng her thoio uu 1'obruiry 4
THE NIPPON YUSUN KAISHA
has decided to close Its biauches at
taking ballast only.
FUICL OIL fur the local depot Is des
tined to nrilve beio -within the nevt
ten da)s by Hie American tank steam
er Santa Rita, This vessel Is reiorted
by cnblo as having hailed from Poit
Sau Luis yerietday
FROM MULKITEO with a shipment
qf lumber, the American schooner
lloreulls Is now en toiito to Honolulu.
Tho vesbel Is reported to have cluaied
the coast lumber iort yestorda
THE riKST stoamei-'lu the Anier-
Novelties for Christmas
We offer a stock of Elegant Fancy Boxes for
Others filled with Delicious Candy and
Gunther's Fruit Glace
Also; Superior Pastry for (hristyias
German i Honey CaKe, Pepperniits. MatzepanPies and Cakes,
Tree Ornaments, Tinsel, Bon-Bons from Paris
One Vote in DOLL CONTEST given with every 25 cent. Candy
and Cake purchase.
2fi nounds. delivered at the Molokal
Settlement, In lots of W0 1000 palal ' TOo Matson Navigation liner III
per month, was accepted. Tills Com- Ionian, from San'Franclsco with three
pany's bid was for 75 cents per 25 hundred sacks of later mainland mall,
pound palal. us against 83 cunts per 25 twenty passengers and over two tliou-
pound palal from O. Tollcfscn. i "UU8 "B ul wmerai cargo ami o.
igiueu on inn mu
JU1IU pUlUI IIU11I Jt 1UIIVIBU1I I
Ulds for Bdppllng beef cattle to tho l""08'" niatter, was slj
oper Settlement at Molokul worn."1 ,:3 o'clock this
The steamer mot with rather dis
agreeable and heavy weathor as sho
ntiared the Hawaiian Islands. The III
Ionian It was expected would eomo
up lu her wharf about 3 o'clock.
Cmtle & Cooko, tho local agents for
the kteaiuer, uuiiounco that she will
Vladivostok uud Chemulpo Rus- Itan-Havvall lines new schedule for
blnu Inwdoes not nllow foreign Joint tho 1910 seasou has left the lslauds
stock companies to be established In lw Sallun Ciui with u shipment of
Jluaalan teultory, houco the closing "ei oioveii iiioit8aj)d tons of curt'O,
They are quiet In their hablta and
Tim ibren lilitilera for thn nnrrhncn m'c"l contented wlth'lhe plantation.
of hides wvre: K. II. Porter, the Ha- 'hoy ,urn out lo wf' regularly and
wallu'n Meat Company and Huff- Uo 'l,,ll,r ttniount of work. ,
schlaeger Co., Ltd. Tho former bid Jol,n Wutt ' Olfi.1 Plaututltiii
8 cents, whllo the two latter each end" vor' K001 reports lu regard
put lu a bd of 9 cents'. ,Thu determ- '" , men he rece'veJ- Tbuy uru
InlliK fuctor In this Uu wan that tho "s B"0', uork'
Hawallau Meat Company failed lo file Jl " Xl-'r of Iho Kllauea Sugar
duplicate tenders aB rcqulrt'd by nd- ,' uy'1! "wl" ho Blud to get mi
vertisement, whllo tho jlofmchlnegfr Kr ,ot of '"'"J'lnoii. Thpy are the
Co, Ltd., filled nil the fequjreinents most ItoimIbIiis lot of laborers I hum
and woro thoreforo awarded the con- """ lumo ,0 Hawaii,'
MUST IEARN TO SWIM.
Hotel, near Union Street
CANADIAN WAVY. e
Cuuadu Is ioiuuMIue arrano...
Tbx Huston K'lir,,! .mm, in. i,. meuts with Iho Urltlah ydmlrliv r.,i-
decldid thut ull hgh tchool pupils ,le ,Iosu l'l tw" cruler. This will
lu thut tlty, uulfta pievetited by 111 "? f, flr''1 "'"l1 tow'ard the fornutiou
health, must lea in to swim, nnd ' ,,1B I'fiwod Cinudlau navy, Tho
must itcelve u certificate from au I,r'u"ry putposu of th crulHeni Is 'to
Instructor lu swlmmtnu, """' UB r'uing ittliia. .
received from the Amerlcun Sugar
Company, Ltd., aud Alfred V. Carter.
The former agreed to furnish beef cat
tle at 9 cents er pound dressed
weight, or $33 ier huad. Alfred W.
Carter contracted to Biipply beef cat-
tin to ivleli tint Ipsa thuii llirnn linn.
..-, .- .. . . ....... I. . . . ;.
drcd and fitty pounds net, when i""-iieu ior n roiurn irip io Han
dressed. In lots averaging about 60 "ranclsco on nest Tuesday at 10
head per month, more or loss, us may . " c',,c'-
bo specified by tho Superintendent of
the U'per Settlement. Cattlo as above PLANTERS PLEASED
delivered at tho Settlement, ten and , WITH FILIPINOS
one-half cents iter pound dresel - i .
weight, or cattlo as above delivered at , ,, 'fontinued from Pan Is
thu Settlement $10 per head. Tho Wr Ho88 of '' Honolulu Planta
ihldcH, tallow and offal to bo tho prop- J,on 8,ntM that ' Pople are do
crty of tho Hoard. Tho contract was "B vtrf we" 80 'or and 8'vo prom-
awarded lo tho American Sugar Co., "f ol necoming satisfactory laborers.
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