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EVENING MJLLETlN, HONOLULU, t 1 H,'kTUliWV'FKU.ir Midi-iri,
(Continued from Page 12)
trick from n trm cling magician In
Onle had Ml tolt In the- bnck-'1
ground, wntolilnp Inlentlt' nil Hint was
colne on After the orlnin.itloin fol
low Ing tile expefcure h-nl subsided, be
'Bo.t." snld tie. "Imn innip nre j6m
to get ClinrlleV money lmit.amt then I
.-.iiv . . . I I .
"Try tn." rcturnri liht Tm
"Tills pime's nt Mrrll'Hjani1 Sic
Nclll's Is n tough nolo .flriipi) Urde
"Mnybo everything will givpMCfuf,
and mnybo no And jou bbtfi liA,l
bo with me lintc got to fcofffwiWr.
There Isn't going lo ! nny iojt units
I Bay so, nnd I'm not taking; ntiy.con
trnct to handle n lof of drunken twit
bogs nil well n so ngultn' ngnme.-"
The thirty men of, the rear crew
signified their Intention tp sfny by the
"you enn't make thoxe sharp uis
forge," counseled N'evcmark, "At the
nrst look of trouble they will light1
out. They hnv'c, l nil 'Qsrl loree
won't 1)0 you inucll gopd and mny get,
ome of yon shot."
"I'm not going to use force." denied,
prdo. "I'm Just gofng o piny (b'elr
game. Hut I Wt I enn make It go.'
II10UT a dozen of the craw"ab-
f pen red In the ctenlng to go
A" vt lib Ordc. They1 sot out up tho
long rcuih of Water BtrceUtMr
steel calks bltlug deep Into tho fitted
For nearly a mite the street was
flanked solely by lumber yards, small
mills and factories., Then came a strip
of uulmprocd laud, followed Imme
diately by the noudtn. ramshackle
structures of, IIcII'k Unit Mile.
As Jet the sciidun nn too early for
much joy nlong tlt'll's Half Mile. Qrde's
little crew mid the fully or tlfty men
of ,the drlru that had (ireieiled him
cOustltuted the rank -and tile at that
moment In towu. A little later. -when
nil the drlu' ou Ihorher should be lu
nnd those or 'Its tributaries nnd the
men still lingering at the wood cam pi.
at icikfGtxj.wfMXbr ttenry men would
hot-turned loose, Then Hell's Half
Mile would nwukcu In earnest from
Its hibernation. The lights would
blnzo from day to day. From Its
open windows woud blare the music.
the cries of men and women, the Kbuf,
(U of feet, the noHe of lighting, the
shrieks of wild laugber, curses deep
' and frank nud. ttnnslmmM. songs bro
ken and lnl('!rup(ed,.C's-or(men,
' arms locked, would surge up and'down
the hlirrow sidewalks, their little felt
1 bats Cocked one side, ther beads back,
their fearless ejes challenging the
del II nnd all bin works' and getting
the challenge accepted. UlcH would
flit ucr6ss the lit windows llko shad
ows before flames: or stand lu the door-
wajs bnllliigthe men Jovially by name.
Tonight, hoveer, the street was
comparatively quiet. The saloons wcro
of mudlflrd Illumination. The, bar
keepers were lUtlAnly wiping the bars
The "pretty waiter girls" gossiped
with each other and yawned behind
In the intddlo or the third block
Orde wheeled shnrp tn the left down
a dark nnd dangerous looking alley.
Another turn to tho right brought him
Into a cry narrow street where stood
a three story wooden structuro Into
whh li led a high arched entrance.
This was McNeill's.
A llguro detached Itself from the
shadow. Ordo uttered an exclama
tion. you here, Newmark'f ho cried.
"Yes," replied that young mau. "I
' want to seo this through."
",' With thoso clothes?" marveled
Orde, "It's a wonder some of tbeso
tbugs aateu't held jou up long ugo.
It's dangerous. Vou'ro likely to get
"1 cun stand It If you can." returned
i .McNeill's lower story was glten over
entirely to drinking. Tho aecoud floor
' vvrns 11 theater and the third n dauce
Hall. Deneatb the building were still
"iler depftw from this basement tho
rhermaii fund the sh.iuty boy generally
graduated penniless mid ptrliupa un
conscious to the Htreet. Now. your
lumberjack did not customarily arrive
at this stage without lively dolugs en
MjJfcitlt-ygS'1 " ' "IK
route; therefore McNeills unlntnined
n force of lighters They were burly,
sodden men, but strong In their ex
perience nnd their discipline To bo
sure, they might not fast quite ns long
as their antagonists' could, but tbey
always lasted plenty long enough'
Sand bags and brass knuckles helped
7 some nnd team work finished the Job.
' Ordc nnd his men entered the lower
ball ns though sauntering lu without
definite aim. Thd river bosi wandered
. nbout wltb the rest n wide, good ua
tured smile on his face.
' Presently he found himself nt tho
table of the three card monte men.
The' rest of his party gravitated In his
' ' ' "Do you think you could pick out
1 the Jack when I throw these out like
tlnV' nsked the denier,
"811 re' She's that one,"
"Well." pxilnlmed the pnmbler,
, "danged If you didn't: I bet jou 3
' you 1 nn't do It again "
'Acnln Orde wns permitted to pick
,,' up the Jack
"YoiAp crnt ihe Ix-st. pye that's been
In this plait- flnre I got lieie," ex
claimed H11' denier. "Iterr. Itenulx,"
Sfllil lift in Ma ntrlnor. Trtii irv film "
Dennis obligingly took th cards nhd
lost, by this time the' men. augmented
by the Idlers, bid drown close.
Whether It wns that the gamblers
sensed the fnct that Ordc might, be led
to plunge or n bother llioj' ttero using
V"Suii! Shiffthai one."
him to drawMhe crowd Into tbelr game
It would be dintcnlt' to say. Iml twice
ni6rc'ltuey Iieruilltedjiini tj win,
( 'wninrk liincked hut slevp.,
.ou re' m, nncan,- no, muiicrca.
'y,uit limit do y n put ou this game
nnyyAn,rV" asked Ori'ej
,yuoy mnc!i du yod want to bet?"
Wpqld yoii sfand, ,(or $$00?" nsked
'i lie pAmliWr pretended to delbornt,
nli copL shifty eyes running oTr thi
rToup" before" him, A small dodrr la
tnedlaicly behlod, tilm swung afowly
Jnr,ai Inch or so. ' .
" ' t. . ,
"Got the money T" be asked.
I "HHvc youT" countered Orde.
Too man iloddctl,, "III go you. bub,"
said be. "Lay 6ut your money.'", .
i Ordo counicd qut ulno flfty-dollar
bills nhd live tenn. ' " , ,
"All rlgbt.", snld the gambler, taking
up tbo cards.
"Hold onr crfed' Orde. "Wbere'a
jountV- x .
"Ob that's all right," the gambler
reniuiirrd blm. "I'm Itli tho hou;o.
McXell's credit good."
"I'm putting up. my good money, nnd
1 expect (0 sec good money put up tn
return, snld drde.
Finally tbp gauiilers yielded and put
up tho money.
Tho audience now consisted of the
dozen of Orde's friends, nearly twice
ns many rlvvrnien. plght haiigcrs-on
of tbo Joint, probabt flghiers and
"bouncers," half n dozen prnfiiyiloual
gamblers nnd several wi Crowe. The
four harkecperrf still held tlielr posi
tions. The rlveriiieii were muttered
back m Qrde. n'iough O.rrtV'ii own
frleniU hid gathered 'nt'liU KlnmfiU'K
llio meriennrles nnd gamblers had dl-'
lded ni'd Ranked the table nt either
hide. Nenmnr't. a growing wonder
nnd dlxzu! rni pint; Into his mnially
urn jiri'MKlie fun', iccognlzed the dtrn
teglc ndantn"i nf tbli arringement.
A deteriiilnid piihIi would separate
the rhrrmi'ii from lie gamblers long
enough fora the layer to disappear
inrougn me sinnii cioor 1 me dock.
A gnsp nf nntlvlpatlon went up as
coolly the gambler malic bis passes.
Orde planted his great red Qst on One
That Is the Jack!" ho cried.
"Oh. It It r 'iJueered tbo dealer.
"Well, turn It owr nnd let's see."
"No!" roared Orde, "You turn over
the other iwq!"
A low oath broke from the gambler,
and hi face contorted In n spaitm.
For n moment tbp situation wad tense
and threatening. The dealer, with a
sweeping glance, ngaln xearcbed the
faces of those before blm. Iu that
moment probably he made up bis
mind that 1111 opeu scandal must be
molded. Force nnd broken bones,
even murder, might bo ull right enough
um'er color of right. If Orde had
turned up fur 11 Jnck the card on
Yihlch he now hi fd Mm (1st nnd then
had attempt! d tn proc cheating a cry
of robber; mid n lively fight would
have glien opportunity for waking
wny with the xtnkc. Hut McNeill's
could not nflTnrd t be shown up be
fore thlrfj Inteivitcd rliermen at run
ning 1111 open and shut brace game,
That Isn't the wny this game Is
played," sald'tlio gambler. "Show up
"It's the way I play It," replied
Orde slernlv Thpsp gentlemen beard
the bet." Hp reached over and dex
terously flipped over tho other two
eanls "You see. neither of these Is
the Jaik. This must be."
"You win." nsHHiied the gambler
after 11 piiip ,
Onle. JiIh tlt kiI.'I nn The third enrd.
Iiegiui (Hifkellng the -tiit,eii wild Ihe
other twin! 'I he g-iiubler rendied
airosH ihe laliNi
"(llf me Ihe nthej- rafd," stM be.
Orde pl kitl ll up, laughing For a
moment lie so. nnd tn liesltate. hold
ing the bit of pnh;lH)iird taiitallzluglv
oiiiHireieueii, 111 tliniuu ue was guln
to turn nlsn 1 li!s one face up. Then
quite 1I1 llbf'iitcly he banded tho card
to tlgamhlor, " ,
"All to tho barr jelled Orde.
Onle poured his drink on the floor
nnd took the glass belonging to tho
man nest him,
"ilet them to give you another.
Tim." said he. "No knockout drops If
I can help It, .,
"Tim." said Orde. low -.olcfd, "get
tbo trow it together nnd we'll pull out.
I'e n thousand dollars 011 me, nnd
thej'll snndhiig me sure If I go alone
And let'n git out right off,'
At'K Olinr, was the youngest nud
most energetic of u large family
that had long sime scattered to
dltcrse titles uud luduatrles. Ho
uud 0 rami pa mid tjr.uiduu Ofilc dHtlt
lion In the hi,:; m Indu" ..Id fa-tliltitiiit
liuiHe iilniie Kiite for nua 111 1I1I, ilruiid
I'll Urife. nnw almif si it, was tiilt,
stralglit. sh inli-r, Ills hilt vt m ipilte
while nlnl win 11 11 lltl.' mug. IK feil-tiin-H
ttiif iliielt I'histltil tlrundpi
Onle laid In 111 11 iiiLilif) ji'li'aki'H of the
wllilirinsH. hut tili time had passed,
md he hid fallen ilmii sinuenlut
str.illeiiid ttntt lirauilniii Onle. oil
the other hind, uat a tn.t sipall,
sprj old lad), ullli n small Mce, 11
smalt llgutp, small hitulx and feet.
Slit' til essul Hi the tin 11 llsn'l tap ilnt
bflik silk of bid HtllM Half hei'
tjim;'' she spent ill tier ImiHoki ejiht,
HTllI'll' slit- luted jlliglllU about rtolli
relliir fti nltle stonroom. set ing tint
Ainiiiidii Hie maid, hud etirjthlug in
Vo Ihei' peotile Orde came direct
from the irmttnosH of the wilderness
'ami tu ftt-txltj of Hell's Half Mile.
S.utl iHitrnKt wire pnssllile eteil ten
of tlftiieiij'.jlfiirs ugo 'Ihe uiitutneil
conntryi lny nt the ihsirs of the- most
Newlnark1., reiippeiirlug one Sunday
nfrt rimon. nt the 1 ml nt the two weeks.
Will niiimrenth botherii! tie pxainln.
.eii the tlnle plan- for oiiu- moments,
w-lkrd 11, he tiitid It. I'lnilltig m.tlilng
tlisn. In ri'liiiiuil mid a fur some lie'
Itntlon tnrnil In up tho tar sidewalk
an) f'(l'td' nt 1'ie old fiishlnurd wire
bell piilU Ornndim Orde herself nn
swercd the door.
NvwmarK took ou his gray felt hat.
"Will jou kindly tell me where Mr.
,"Thh I x Mr. Ordo's." replied the lit
tie' old lady.
i'nrdon me." persisted New mark.
"I nm looking for Mr. Jack Orde. I
nu sorry to have troubled you."
"Mr. Jock Orde Mips here." returned
Grandma Orde. "He Is my son. Would
you like to see hlm'f"
"If you please," assented Newmnrk
gravely, his thin, shrewd face mnskliu
lseJf- with Its usual expression of
Newmnrk entered the ool. dusky In
terlpr'flAd was shown to the left Into n
dim, "ong room. He perched on R inn
boga.ny chair nhd hnd time tn not lie n
bookcase w'thn' while owl atop, an old
piano with tho yellowing kpj. hair
cloth sofa nud ilialrs. stpe engratlugn
and two oil portrait's when Orde up
poured. Netvmark had known Orde only ns
rlvermnp. I.Ike mom easterners, he
was uiia,blc to liinglnen tiinn In much
clothes ns lieliig nnyttltiu but n rough
innn. "Tlie llgure li saw liefnre him
was rorrerlly drewtl In what was
then the proper Pund-iy lostume.
Qb- it'K yon. Mr, tf.!viit'rk;'' iried
Onle. "I'm glad t see jnu." lie letl
the wny Into Hie halt mid tn ntmlicr
firlghtcr room. Ill nhlih ilmndnin
Orde sat, n t unary' singing 11 bote her
".Mother," fild Orde. 'this Is Mr.
Newmnrk. who was with tin on the
drtte this spring."
"Mr. Newmnrk nnd I rpoke nt the
door," snld she. exteudliu her frail
"I'd like tn net lyouyct nny tlircc men In
wjne U tiuythlwj uu ("il rn-cr."
band with dlgnltj. 'If you wire on
the drive, Mr. New mark, .ton iiiu'i
have been one of the high prltnles lu
this dreadful war tve ull rind iibuiil."
New murk laughed. At Oulu's sug
gestion the two pimsnl lurk Into tbo
remains of the old on hard.
"Where hate you In 111 for the last
couple of wetksj" asked Orde. '
'I taught Johnson' tlrlte mid went
on iti'ttu rtti c with him lull e bike. I
do not like the life lit illl.-liut Hie tlrlte
Inlertsteil me. It lutirestid me mi
ninth that I te totut- Ii'ii k til talk to
jou iibuiil ll. l'ui going to tisk jou U
few iiuesilniM nbout joiiMolt,"
'Ob. I'm iut Imslitul about my ti
rctrr laughed iirtle.
"How old ure jouV" iuiulred New
"How long have jou been log drlt
IngV "About fclx jrars."
"Why did jnu go IntoltV"
"Itcemife there's liothlng nhend of
shot fling but dirt." Orde replied, wllb
11 qualut grin.
"I sip." Kald Newnlfrk nftei it iiusi
'Then jou think tin res more tniure
to that sort of, thing Hum the sor ot
thing the rest of jour Minds go In
fur-iaw mid wholesale gi merlin uuil
banking nnd tho rest of If."
"There Is for me," ri piled Ordc sim
ply. "Yet jnu're meiely rlter ilrttlug on
a salary at thlftj."
Ordt flushed slowly and shifted hit
"I'm not asking all this nut of Idle
curlosliy. I'te gut n sdieme In uit
head that I tuliiU may tvork out hlg
for IU) lioth." ' r
"Well." assented Ofije reerjrill.v, ".In
tl,nt cse--I'mforoniaii no'thtt'drlte
betnuse iny outfit went kerplunk two
years ago, and I'm making, 11 tresb-go
nt It," '
"Failed?" Inquired Newpiark.
"Partner skeihidilliil," repll'd Orde.
"Now, suppose ynu tell me what (he
ilnt II t Mti'rn ilptl In, nl M
.K'flP-v ri wMsk tin
' "... n ..
' Look here." said .Sett mirk, abrupt
ly changing the sublet t, "jnu kimtv
that rapids up rltei llaukiil lit shil
lows, where the lujs are ulwiijs going
"I dn "
(To Bo ContiaacJ Nest Week.)
For Good Furnitur
FOE HIRfe SADDLE and DRIVING
1XU FOKT STiUUil'
sffcnts for the Hudson, Chalmers
Wtrott, Kiuel Kar. Oakl.tnil, Frank
lin and Picrce-Anow.,
Your machine will be ready fox
yon when wr laytit will be. We
don't experiment 01 in tot; we rejalx
ALEXANBSB VOUKfJ BU1LDIS0.
5 Telephone 5
0. H. BEHN has his new 7-scatcd
auto ready or business at the
HONOLULU AUTOMOBILE STAND
Comer Alakea urir.Hotel Street.
The Bcft-Bnilt tjir ia erica"
.... -U. .
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YOUB HORSES SHro-'
BY SKILLED FAItHlEUS
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
J. W. KEBSHKEa
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St. Phone 431.
NEW SEVEN-SEATED LEXINGTON
By Hour or Trip.
WE WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE FOB
LIOHIS OB BELLS
Union Eleotrio Co.,
I. C. CARTER Proprietor
Harrison Buildinp, Berctania Street
M. A. Gunst & Co.
V Btf O for noiulurel
trrlutlom or tilurttloct
if moiani anntrut
PtlnUM, -tiD-J not utrlw
geot or polionoo. I
ftold by Ura Ulfci
Clrculu imi on rJoW
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Buiineii Suiu for $25,
We raako Rubber Stamps Buck
Handle. Self Inkers and Fac-SImile.
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OURIO CO., '
4Kw ummmh h
MSitiiUiaiis Ottsio tOo.
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S'Sii Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juil orpostta IIohI St. Francis
European Plan SI .60 a day up
American Plan S3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
I ng cost $200,000. nigh class hotel
stmodcrote rates. Centerof theatre
and retail district. On car lines trans
ferring adorer city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stowart now recognized as
Bawallanlilandheadqua re rs. Cable
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
to cct a Oold Wr.tch for $". per week
is hero. The bc.uty of it is, you can,
with that little savin)-, at the end
of a short time have a first-class
timepiece or some other article worth
COME AND SEE US ABOUT IT
Phone 512. 113 Hotel St.
AT VERY LOW PRICES
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Corner Alakea and King Streets
1120 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Ring up 197.
' Hotol Majestic
achs Block, Fort and Berctania Sts.
Pine furnished rooms, fl per day
1 10 and upwards tier month. Splen
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL, Prop.
Pau Ka liana
The soap that does the work.
At all Grocers.
FOR SALE AT ALL BABS
PEARY'S NORTH POLE SKATES
ON EXHIBITION AT THE
No Hold-overs in Our
It's Always Fresh
Arctic Soda Water Works
LEITHEAD & WOODWARD
The Fashion Saloon
Meet your friends there and enjoy
the lunches and drinks.
Hotel Street near Fort.
Come and learn particular at
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
I fieretania Si., Opp. Sachs.
"W ANTS' I I
4hTf,l 1 TO IM 'm
YoiunJ man with knowledge of
stenography and bookkeeping, fur
gctiernl ofllcs work. Apply "J.
II.", Itullctln offlcc.
Mau to uusljl ou aulomoMW Uuups
and mdliUois; on who has sort id
as coppetsnitUi. J. W. Ksrtbuer,
1177 Alakea St. 4S20-1W
Krerjona to oak (or the Ulg Nlckal
Tahtut. For utW nt tho UulUtln
office and In s'.atlouery stoits tt
Young girl iw ealoslaily, nt I'awan
Junction Store. 4533-31
Clenn wiping rsgs at th. Dull.Un of-
lljr jroung Jnpanoso, situation In
store. Good wurktir. Small wag.
to start. "A. It.", this omen.
Pnrty with capital rUhe3 to bur In
terest. In mercantile liuslueis In
which ho can t.-tko nctlvo part.
Address "Capital," this offlca.
'A. II. (." vrlshos to Invsot mon.7 In
n good going tiuslnoos. Address
"A. I). C", Ilullotln offlco. 4111
Dr. P. SCHURMANN
Corner Union azA Beretania 9t,
House Consulting, 8-3 p., ia.. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating. 8-11
a. tn., 3-6 p. m.
Itasonio Bailding, cor. Hotel ant
Anyone in need of flrst-tUst ty
tacles properly fitted call os Ua.
A. B. BOWAT, D. V. 8.
HOURS Club Stables : 10 l n
to 12 m.; 3 to S p. m, Besidenoot
8 to 10 a. m.: 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES fllnh RtuhlM. 100- Im.
Stop That Cold
will do it.
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB
Prompt and Polite Attention
1120 FOBT STBEET PHONE 178
Night Call. 1014
IN. PHILLIPS & (0.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
AMERICAN DRY GOODb
FORT and QUEEN STS.
Delivered to residwoes
and offices at iU ei
hundred La 10-1. loss
W. O. BARNMArtT.
US M.rchant SA
FOB SODA WATER
BYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
BEROSTHOM MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd Tellows' B'dg. Fort St.
Ueach cotas at Diamond ' llt d.
Addxmi "US', llulletln oiTlc.
Clean turolshd roams; $1. $1.60, $2
per cV. 1281 Port St. tl
rvo furnlabbd fojui. Appl) Un.
P. UcConuell. t2J3 Kuuua"3t.
ROOMS AND EOARD.
Cool furulflicd loams and rottngo,
with or without tiohiil. 1834
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The Transo cnclopo n tlmc-sarlasj
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tuU aa.nts fur patentee tf
A vcrr nrat little hopio ntar ftina
hou college. UDSQUlto-proof;" 3
bedrnnnu; porcelain bnth; stntlou
arjr w'ach tub! larce lanhl. "11.
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Dlamuads and Jewelry Wigul. sold
and oxdiungod. llargains la
atches, mualcal coods, etc J.
Carlo, Port Bt. 44tt-tt
Mun'3 clothing en credit, flnwrok;
kiilt git en nt once. Ievy Outfit
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Intor-Island and Oahu Railroad shipping-
looks, nt Dullttla offlcc. t
Pinno touRht ia 6 cos, A3 month (8
Kxmona'. SciccltJ nttcntton lo
fifaneee Ernpkyment Asaoriation.
Maunokoa nir Ashl Theater. Call
up phona SOT If you want a 000k.
toon i0 or M-rvHnta.
KABIE KENNY, iron Ban 'Fronds
00. OraraatU Studio. 175 libra,
tanla. I'hno. I3.i
?tn tftsK Ceo-Ptiimber aad TiMaitk.
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ssi tanrmrMmi vsw sit 1
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Gom'r. of Deeds for" CaHTonk aal
mew York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Orant Marriage LisenWj Drawa
Mortgages, Deeds, lilk of gala,
leasee. Wills, Etc- Attorney for tt
DistnctsCourtt, 78 MEBOHAJTI MP.
HONOLULU: PHONK 810.
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of He Cleaned and !
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX cTCRRO, .Bwoialiat,
1154 Fort Street. 8v- Cwreat.
Honoluln, T, H.
Consultini;, Designing and Corn
' structing Engineer.
Bridces, Buildinirs, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
terns, Reports and Estimate .on Pro
jecU. Phone 145.
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NEW AND EXPERIENOEDCOOK.
Everything in Seaaom.
Hotel Street, near Fort
We want to see all our old evt
tnmers come back.
A full assortment, size 24"x96"
to 48"xl20", and KauKr No. 18 to
No. 26 fust to hand.
We do sheet metal work' of all
kinds, and iraarantee satisfaction.
Your patronatre is solicited.
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Phone 211, 145 Kin St.
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