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EVENING MJLU3TM. HONOLULU. T. H..'Satu11DaY. JAN. 22. 1610.
for Infant and Children. 1
Physicians Prescribe Oastoria.
ASTORIA has met trltrrpronounced favor on tlio part of physician,
y pharmaceutical societies nnd medical authorities. It Is used by physicians
with results most gratifying The extended uso of Castorla Is unquestionably the
result of three facts : lit, The Indlsputablo evidence that it is harmless and,
That It not only allays stomach pains and quiets the nerves, but assimilates the
food; 3rd, It Is tu agreeable and perfect substitute for castor oIL Illsabsolutcly
afe. 'It dbes not contain any opium, morphlne.or othcrnarcotlo and dies not
stupefy. It Is unlike Soothing Syrups, Dateman'a Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc
This is a good deal for a medical journal to say. Our duly, however, Is to expose
danger and record tho means of advancing health. The day for pohonlng inno
cent chljdron through greed or Ignorance ought to end. To our knowledge, Cas
torla Is a remedy which produces composure nbd health, by regulating the
ys'tem not by stupefying It and our readers are entitled to the information.
Batr i Journal ofUtallh. I ,
iho fa .yytrr: rn.irnntcti ccnul.no
IgBature of. avVT&t. Cii.torlu ,,
-ivuivHwri.ii.yui uu in iim ciBM. jn mj I
wnj yean oi pracuc. IttnujI otter tun found
tUJUUg UN SO BUM UM )IKe.
WUIUM BlLMOXT, X. D., I
. CleTelud, Ohio.
.? I hT Met roar Cutoil la tho cut of tny own
btbr Md and It plouut to Ukr, tod hu obtained
ictllent molt, (ronj In m."
I fl.'A. DccaiiiiH.V.b.,
' ' PbJIdelphl,r.
." I bks pleuora In recommending- jonr CutorU,
having rccommendtd Hi ute In man, (nuance., and
conaldtr It tho ktot Uutlrt that could bt Med,
cjjukUIIj for children."
NiTnmut K. Kiss, u. BBU LouU, Mo,
Children .Cry .forF I
In Use For' Over 3 0 Years.
hlimllHtl Cwiitndnei Schools, p.atM.rv,
Agtncy for Hswslisn Itlandi 1139 Fort St., Honolulu
Nmm attiUla. ilVM fane eUuutaB M Haart,
b-u. I m euirfriMuaa kvmi wfcltb I fcate
puart-it a, ' . m i
Mid -January Bargains
It is onr desire to clear our stock of corsets and petti
coats to make room fcr new goods. In order to do so we
j-areofferin's; thiic loVpricei:
25c, 35c, 40c, 50c, 75c a piece
50c, 75c,t$l, $1.25, ,$1.50 a piece
lu, A HOY,
Nuuanu Street. ,
OF EUROPEAN AND -AMERICAN MANUFACTURE HAVE
,A PROMINENT PLACE IN OUR .STORE. WE CAN SUP
PLY YOU, WITH ANY MAKE YOU DESIRE'
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
If You Don't
That our sodas are the best to be had in the. city, U
is because you have never tried them. A trial case will
convince jou that in the manufacture of soda water we
are in a class by urselytiw
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN BCHLIEFF, ManaRer. " ' Telephone 71..
"i ll.vif Dpq Jl-or Ulfuiria AIul lotnul It STt
eicelVnt temul lu my botiMboid and private
practlca for maur jtur. The formula la excellent."
ll.,J,;Trr. M. D,
"I find jour Caatorla b bt a atandard fimll
remedy... It If.tba litthlnj for InfanU and chil
dren I hat. artr known aud '.recommend it."
' JL K. Eaiiwegx, M. P.,
i. Omsna, Nab.
"fUelag daring the put all year, pmcri bad roar
Caitorla for infauUla atomach dlaonlera, I moat
hcartll commend lu nee. The formula Ntnll
nothing detetcrloua to the moit delicate of children."
J. J). Elliott, M. D., Hew Tork Cnj.
ria. iateueia !.
II. II tvtilrf
M I . I . lt "
utV Ja iUi
A Malib'ijiTs Letters
w tj a tt a tt a a a o . u
My, Dear Arthur:" As my letter to
you Oils week is mainly about the
beach resorts of Honolulu and Inside
Information about a Hula Hula, danco
and a real Hawaiian luau, I feel that
this letter will prove interesting to
you. I am sorry to tell you, however,
that. two of my friends have been
seriously injured by bathliiK at Wai
klkl, One Injured his knee cap so
badly that h? had to go to one of the
local hospitals 'for two weeks and
has been' obliged to curtail his visit
to these islnnds in consequence
Walklkl Is about four miles from
the heart of the city. It Is most beau
tlfully situated, and Is parallel to
Kaplolanl park, one of the show
spots of Onhu. From a cursory glance
It npiiears to be an Ideal place for h
swim: Tho bathing placo proper Is
Just inside a long narrow coral reef.
which extends for a considerable dis
tance aud parallel with the Khorc.'
Coccamit'palms frlngo tho water front,
and, the beachthough narrow, has the
whitest of coarse sand, to that chil
dren can play about in it all day.
Tho water insldo tho rt-qf Is ds a
rulo quite; warm, far ,too wnrm for one
wishing to Indulge in fast or long dis
tance swimming. Owing to the pres
ence of tho Japancso current and the
shallowness of tho water Insillo the
reef, tho temperature Is Usually
about ?8. degrees.. A, perpetual sun
boats down upon this so that bathers
nro at all times 'subjected to the dis
comforts of scvero sunburn until one's
skin becomes proof against this pain
It Is a great pity that notlco boardB
nro not displayed -warning fathers
about the numerous coral rocxs with
which tho floor of this beach 'is' cai1
pctcd. Many a bather, knowing not)!
lug nbout tho presence of these sharp
and dangerous Vocks. .rushes head
long Into tho water and commences!
to siriKo out swimming, vltrt the re
sult that he Is very apt to snag his
feet or knees. The utmost ,caro
should be exercised when trying tf
dive, ns thcro is only a small pier,
not half the length of tho wpodeh
plor at Huntington Ueach, Cat., and
n small slippery platform anchored
In about Ave feet of water with nu
merous coral rocks lu tho Immeillatb
Considering that two of tho principal
hotels or tho Island are situated at
Walklkl a portion of, the bathing plnc'o
should bo cleared of those dangerous
rocks, especially so when Walklkl is
advertised so much on tho mainland,
where beach resorts are noted for
their excellent bathing facilities, t
.Tho safest plan Is to hire, an out
rigger canoe and go gut Into deop wa
ter whcrUjio breakers, are. Dy using
n surf Joanl, Very enjoyablb aquatic
s.wt may be indulgod In. But of
course this Is only safo for expert
However, tho sfjcnnr;' around W..I
Klkl s mostibeautlfut, fid If one Is.irit
satisfied with t,ho bathing Inside the
reef, walks .can bo token to tlm ltuht
h'..iro, to tho lop of DI yini-M ilmjl
itiid to Walalee Bay. .whn.'.rti) niv mind
Is far and..away the prettiest watering
place on this sldo of tho Island.
Nestling at tho base of high and
barren cliffs, which are really spurs
of Diamond Head, cosy little bungit
lowo surrounded by groves of cocoa-
nut palms and acacias look most invl
ing. i no ocean is or the deoiicst blue
and Is offset byOagged rocks covered
with dark green seaweed. To die
left of this pretty little resort Is ,u
proud promontory literally clothed In
the greenest of tropical vegetation
right down to the water's edge. This
seems to bo a favorite' spot for per
Bons taking tho "rest cure." It was
the ony spot where I actually saw
native fishermen .using Jselnes 'and
three-pronged spears for catching
Huh, although T have been tin the
Islunds now for several weeks arid
have hitherto been unable to And
out where these people could be
At lunch today the conversation
turned upon the Mallhlnl letters
which .are appearing In the Satur
day issue. of the Il-ulletlu. .One
of the people present seemed hurt
to .think that the truth had been
told, and quoted a case where ,a
prominent Honolulu clergyman, who
had .spent, eight years as pastor 9!
it large church here, had practically
to resign r because he had the nerve
to tell the truth about Honolulu
while delivering a norleg of lectures
on tho mainland. Some of the local
hlgh-mucky-mucks took -offense at
kouie of his sayings, although tljoy
were .absolutely true, and made it so
uncomfortable for this oky-pllot that
he was obliged to shake the dust of
Oa.bu off, hjs 'feet and seek pastures
Such conduct .only Incites me to
fresh attack, and so long as I And
things to write about and expose,
especially those places and things
which ure so flaringly advertise,
- --T U-JJ r '' '1-
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
;taDieis, ah arugcisis reiunu
tbe ttnoney if it fails to cure,
E. '.WGrove's signature is oii
PARIS MEDICINU CO., St. Unit, U 8. A.
tt n a a u'tt.tt .H n a n
the better.',! tflp)l J.Ike .It and the
better It will be fur Hunolulu, as
thejuibllc will then know of the dis
comforts Instead of only Hie com
forts, ns at present, and will be pre
pared, And now as regards n Hula Hula
dance. There Is nothing In It! i-'or
ten cents one may see a real
Hoochey-Koochey dance on any mid
way or nlke In the vnrlous exhibi
tions throughout the StnteK. At
Coney Islaud, New York, ope may
see .these oriental dancers at their
best for even a less sum uf money.
Here $18 is the very lowest price
thee sweet damsels will take be
fore they consent to- wiggle. Moro
often as. not, Hawaiian boys' di ess
up as glrs and, so the public are
further gulled and made to believe
that it in the only dance 011 the aco
of ihe earth. N
It Is not, even Immoral, as the'
dancers wear skirts over which i
fe.w blades, ot grass are stitched. A
(lawallan nian .bangs n gourd from
time tn tlniH which serves ns innate.
j'ndi to tills enchanting tunc the girls
singly oir collectively go through the
motions of trying to get rid ot 11
Ilea which seems to havo embedded
itself In thoflcsljy .portions of their
wicks. To anyone seeing tins "edi
fying" dance .for the first time It
will oppoal' to-their high sense ot
civilization, as no ono but 11 savage
would, evor want to Introduce such
terpslchorean urt iuto high society.
The better class natives object very
much, to.theso dancing exhibitions In
the vulgar style In which they .arc fre
As regards a luau; this is the
moat typically Hawaiian entertain
ment that 1 have attended so tar,
und far exceeded my rosiest expec
tations. I put this down to the fact
that 1 1 bad never heard of such a
thiugt before, us, .not having seen U
advertised, I was unprepared, and In
consequence was not disappointed. It
.would 'be impossible' for a Mallhlnt
to describe all tho things wo ate and
the r things which we did not cat,
Their, names, aro legion. Hut it you
can picture a long, table running the
entire length of .a spacious varundu,
around 'which some forty guests
were .assembled, you will get .some
idea of the .enormous umount or
work entailed In preparing this Ha-
No knives or forks 'were used, ns
it is considered ''bad .form" to use
anything but angers. As only pa
per serviettes were' used and no fin
ger bowls, the result- can be better
Imagined- 'V; 1
To the accompaniment of Hawai
ian music, the guests , assembled
around the festive board and began
on pol. They dipped ut Intervals
Into masses of roast sucking pig,
cocpanut and .sweet potato pudding,
luau chicken, kukul nut. paste,, devil
ed, crabs of Satanic uppearune'e, dried
uku, the whole seasoned 'wlttTchilles
anV, royul salt from the Island of
The food was served on leaves and
was cooked to perfection. If one
does not mind acting like a pig for
couple of hours, a very excellent
meal may be enjoyed. The Hawai
ian music Is very pleasing, and al
though .at times It appears plaintive
with a touch of sadness .vibrating
through it, yet, on the whole, it Is
soothing and it appears to bo one of
toe yory few tilings tnat has not
been oyer-advortlscd. With every
good wish, and. trusting that you have
received my former letters, I am,
I'. S. will write you all about
the streets and street nuisances ot
Honolulu In my next letter, .
Tourists In Honolulu will be
treated to a band concert on Sun
day afternoon at the Moana Hotel.
The bund will go out on the tug
boat to .meet the Cleveland Sunday
Mouday tho hand will play nt the
luncheon at the Hawaiian Hotel,
and in the afternoon will give aloha
music at tho departure ot the round-the-world
tourists on tho Cleveland.
LEABN LANGUAGE IN.FIYE
In oplor to khow how Frnch or Oer
man may bo loarned In five weeks, Mr
Matthews will gtyo an Interesting and
entertaining lecture In tho Young
Uulldlng on Thursday and Friday.
Anyone Interested eun havo a free
trlui of one week.
FRANCE STIRRED BY
TWO HORRIBLE CRIME8
PARIS, Jhnusry' 8. Franco Is stir
red today by Ihe discovery of (wo hor
rible crimes. At Mnrselllen u wine
seller killed his wlinlo family au.l
kllleil himself." Hn shot his mother;
and cut tho throats of hie wife mid
At a jarni near luunyir.e io nwivs
cow Herders, bent on roiiuery, lined a
funner, with his wifu und four domvs'
tics, to a cow house, where all wAe
slain, Tho murderers escaped to a
Bclress lade a n
Undir the Strange Spell She
Carried the Audience by
SUrm. Famous !ri a ftghf.
Dr. John D. QuacKenboi, prpfewor
In Columbia University In Now York,
astonished his associates at the Medico-Legal
Society tho other utfcht by
telling them how a young actress
bounded Into fame. In a slnslu night un
der tho hypnotic spell. It Is )he caso
of a Trilby In real life; not the trick
of a charlatan,- but a sober, actual, ac
complishment of latter day science.
The now Trilby Is a hvorito with theatre-goers.
Her first appearance on
the stago was mado at a New York
Theatre, when, under the hypnotic
spell, sho carried the audience by,
storm. Sbo was called before tho cur
tain again and again nt a bound sho
was, famous. Tho press of the city
united in applauding her splendid
work. It is only onq of the many mar
vels of this wonderful power.
Tho New York Institute ot Scltnre,
ot Rochester, N. Y has recently Issued
a now book which Is being distributed
freo .throughout tho country for tho
purposo ot educating and protecting
tho public. It Is ono ot tho most weird
and fasclnatlng'works ever written. It
Is richly llustratod with tho finest en
gravlngs and Its vivid descriptions ot
tho practical uses and possibilities ot
this marvellous mind-power (111 ono
.with'awo and.amaiemcnt. Among tho
many Intensely Interesting subjects
arc: How to hypnotlio instantaneous
ly;' how to Influence.' a person secretly
without his knowledge; how, to dcyelop
personal magnetism and uso It In. busi
ness, society, etc.; power of. the hu
man. will; how to euro.' tho wMfc
stlnato diseases and bad habits TO
magnetic forces without drugs or medi
Iclncs; bow to make people llko you;
how, to win', In, business, in society, in
love; any ono. can develop personal
magnetism; rules which wilt .a! solute-1-
develop this power within a short
time; tho transmission of thought; tho
development ot soul power; how to
inako a business man listen to you
when ho would send anyono clso away;
how to sell a man goods when he does
not want to buy; a legitimate way to
doublo your salary; how to keep pco
plo from influencing you; hundrods
secretly Influenced and controlled In
body and mind without their knowl
cdgei'how.to Implnnt a suggestion or
command In a subject's mind that ho
will carry out a week, month or year
hence, just as tho hypnotist nay wish:
how to hypnotlzo by mall or by tele
phone; bow to devclojl within yourself
that inward power, that force of char
acter, which instantly gives you a.con.
trol over peoplo without say.ln;i a word
or making a slnglo gesture.
For tho benefit ot tho public, wo
wish to state that It you will write tho
New York Institute of Science, Dcpt.
204 B. Rochester, .N. Y..U.8.A., a copy of
.the above book will bo sent you by
mail, absolutely free of charge. This
Institution guarantees this offer to bu
absolutely genuine with no conditions
attached. it Is proposed to give away
several thousand copies ot the book;
so that tho public may learn tho won
derful secrets of this marvellous but
A Good Investment .
Tho Tcmplor Ranch Oil Co. with
COO acres oil land, flowing oil wells
and nil Its reservoirs filled with
high-grade, oil in tie Templor dis
trict, Kern Co., Cai., will soon com
plete its three-mile gravity delivery
This Oil Company Is nt present
like a plantation with tons and tons
of Bugnr on hand, ready to bo shipped
on tho Incoming steamer.
An able management, almost a
rquarc mite of proven oil land, cheap
transportation ot oil, high prices
with steadily Increasing demand for
ell, will mako this company an early
dividend payor, nnd, for that reason'
tho stock of this Tcmplor Ranch Oil
Co. 'is recommended as a GOOD IN
VPSTMKNT by tho Lincoln Mort
gage & Loan Co. ot San Francisco.
Capitalization Is 11,000,000, di
vided into shares of $1,00 each, 1
have a small block ot them for tale
at 30c while they last. Socuro them
P. K. R. STRAUCII.
74 S. King Bt.
I'jcIi Ciil. -
Btvart tfi wnlrrntt i
WING CHONG COj
KINO BT. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in furniture Mattressei'
Etc., Etc All kieds of X0A anc'
MISSION FURNITUEE tfadi T
.FANCY DRY GOODS
.Wah Ying Chong Co.,
Kirijr St.. Ewa Fish Market.
fft'r gifts n(
Wing On thong's,
Bethel St., Between Kinpj and Hotel
Notice of Sale of Government Land
at Pouhala, Ewa, Oahu.
At 12 o'rlnck nuon, Monday, Teh-
ruary 7, 19.10, nt the front door to
the Capitol, Honolulu, there wilt be I
told nt public miction tinder provi
sion ot Part 'IV., I.nnd Act 1S95. Sec
tion 27C, Itevlsed Laws of llnwntl,
tile following desrrlbed land:
l.S ncies. inoio or less, "llo.vern
meiil Remainder, ut I'oulinhi. tin
jniuc to be used for cemetery' site, i
upset price, SIOU.OU, plust tost of
iidvertisliift, Patent and Stump.
For maps mid further Information,
iipply nt the office of the Comiulsalon-
cr of Public LumM, Honolulu.
ComiiilrsloiH-r of Public Lands.
Dated, Honolulu, l'ebrttiiry '".
Jan. S, 1.., :.'.!. 29-It.
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST
Circuit, Territory t Hawaii. In
Probate. At Chambers, No. 1111. Jn
the matter uf the estate uf John S.
Hull, deceased. On filing the peti
tion and account of Henry Wuter
houso Trust Co.mpnii!, Limited, ad
ministrator of the Kstnte'of John S.
Hull, wherein petltlonHr nsks to bu
allowed $271.99, and charged with
(535. S9, und nsks that the same be
examined and nppinyed, nml that n
final order bo mnda of distribution
ot the leiiuilnlng property to tho
persons thereto entitled and dls
rhurgliig potllluher mid sureties
from all further responsibility here
in us sue'h administrator, It I.) Or
dered that Monday, the 1 ith day ut
k'ebruary, A. 11, 1910, nt 10 o'clock
3. m., before tho Judge presiding at
phamhera ot said Court nt his court
room lu tho Judiciary building, In
Hunolulu, County nt Honolulu, bu
und the same hereby Is appointed
the time und place for hearing said
petition and n( counts, und that all
permms Interested may then and
there nppnr r.nd ,shuw caut.e, If any
tlioy have, why the uame should not
bo granted, and tun)' present- evi
dence us to who are entitled to tho
sr.ld pioperty.. Dated the Till day ot
January, 1910. .Castle & waiting
Ion, attorneys tor petitioner. lly
order of Iho Comt. J. A. THOMP
tr.12 Jan, S, 1",,22. 29.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS OF WILDER
& CO., LTD.
Tho following olllcern wero duly
elected tu serve for the ensuing
President nnd Manager
Siiml. O. Wilder
Vice-President 0. P. Wilder
Secretary nnd Treafiuror. .J. It. (!n(.
Auditor , lleifry Davis
. .B. I). Tenney and .1. A. Wilder
(Signed) J. It. OAI.T.
In. accordance wlttv Article fi or
the Charter, u meeting of the
(luecn's Hospital corporation, for tho
election of Trustees, will blield ut
tho rooms of the Chamber ot Com
merce, Stnngcnwnld building, m.
Wednesday, January 2G, 1910, nt
!:30 a. m.
GF.O. W. SMITH,
Honolulu, Jan. 19, 1910,
The regular annual stockholders'
meeting of the Kstnto ot S, (1. Wil
der, Ltd., wilt bo held lu its olllco,
Room IDS Judd building, Hunolulu,
on Thursday, January -0, 1910, ut
9 o'clock n. in.
SAML. O. WILDI.lt.
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc.
tures, Steel Structures. Sanitary Sys
terns, Reports and Estimates on Pro
iects. Phone 145.
THE HOUSE 52AUTIFUL
59 Miles 'y Limited on the Oahu
1120 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON .BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Hint; up 107.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 185-
NOTICE OF SALE OF PUBLIC LAND
SITUATED AT HANALEI. D1S- '
TRICT OF HALELEA, ISLAND
At 1 ' o'rlof noon. Monday, Feb-
ruui II, 19 It), nt tile front doom
to the Capitol, Honolulu, theie win
be sold at public auction, under pio
WMoiis uf Part v., Land Act IKU.i.
Sections 27S-2S.', Inclusive, TlevWd
Laws of Hawaii, u general lease uf
lio following described land:
(loverntneiil lemiiiint, situated nt
llaniilel. tltittrlcf tit l(nli.ten Ifntifif.
containing mi area of 9fio acres,'
mote or less, elast-ed an pastoral
Upset leulnl, 3.00 per annum;
payable annually In advance. Term
of lease, 11 years from March 1,
This lento will contain condition!)
Reservations regarding land re
quired by tho government for set
tlement mid leclnmatlnn will be urn-
budled ill tills lease.
Cost of advertising In be paid by
For maps nml further conditions,
apply nt the ulllec of the Cnmuils
sluner of Public l.mids. Honolulu.
Commissioner uf Public Lauds.
D.lted ut Honolulu. Jmiunr) 19,
-Jap. 22, 2: Feb.
I If. 1 !l. 2 1
Honolulu. T. -II.. January- is, lam.
iii': it ri:holvi:d iy un. ii...ii oi .
Siniervlkoiis of the City nnd County
of Honolulu, Territory of Haw ml. U.ul
the rum nl KI11IIT IIUNlUtlU)
(SSOO.no) DOLLARS be and tlm same
Is hcridiy iipprilprliiti'd nut of Iho Ceil
eriil Fund for tho piurliam- of u team
of horses for tho Honolulu Fin- De
Presented by SupervlMir
WILLIAM A. ICANi:.
The foiegoliig lewilullon vum, m u
tegular uiicHiik of the lluardsof Hu
pervlsors or the. Clt) nml County of
Honolulu held on Tueaday, January
IS. 1910. unified pisseil lu print on
tho followlug voto or the r.nbl Hoard:
Ayes: Ahlii. Ayletl, Cox. ICnno.
Logan, MeClellan. (Julim. Tnlnl. V.
Noes: . N'ono.
D. KAI.VUOKAI.ANi. .1,-..
Clerk. City nml Cnuiily r lliuioliilii.
4522- -Jan, M 22. 21. 2, 215.
The onciiluc of bids fur I lie lavlnc
of the fi-llieh. .1-lnih. 4-llieh. Il-lneli
and IVi-liieh galvanized pipe Tor
Kuht pipeline has been postponed
until 12 in. of Thursday, February
Sliperlnfeiiileiil or Pulille Works.
Piiblh: Woil.3 Deparlniiuit, Janu
ary IP, 1910, Ifi22-3l
Pure Prepared Paint has
been proved' by years of 'use
in Honolulu. No other paint
can cqunl it in wearing qual
ity, lustre and beauty.
Don't experiment with im
possible innovations, but use
the paint Hint has been
"proved by test."
Lewers & Cooke,
122 S. Kins: Street
for Groceries. Phone 70.
. CHOICE CUT FLOWERS
Mrs. 'Taylor, v
Young Bldg. Tel. 339.
Yee Chan &, Co.,
Cor. King and Bethel. Sts.
Dr. J. H. Raymond j
v PHYSinTAW wn citnnvAii f '1
v PHYSICIAN AND SimflT-'ftW.
Alakea St., Mauka Pacifio Club.
Office Hours From 10 to 12 j from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 13.
Tel. Office, 500, Residence, HC0,
niank books ot nil 'norm u.h-r..
etc., manufactured by tho llullutlq