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EVENING- ftUlXfiflN, nONOLULU, t. It.. FMDAY, MAY C, 1910.
For Good Furniture
Tort Street, Opposite Catholic Church
European Rnd Oriental Fancy Goods
Armenian Lc.ces by .the Yard
port '.st. . harrison bldq.
new - pamerns"On"stampinoT
UNDERWEAR and GLOVES.
Miss Kate. Woodard,
' ' 1141 Fort Street
FRENCH and EYELET r
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
Alexander Youni? Building
Dressmaker from Paris. Styliab
Dresses, tailor-mate specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block
Beretania' andi Fort streets.
Trimmed and, Untrimmed Hats.
3os(on Bldg.'' r ''' Fort'st.
LEADING 'HAT CLEANERS;
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
. , . Blocked.
) Vo !? thai" Work Guaranteed
1154 Eort Street. Opp. Convent.
Honolulu. T. H,
, WAH CHONGCOT
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING
. Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK., . HOTEL ST.
FANCY DRY GOODS
Vah Ying Chong Co.,
Kinc St., Ewa Fish Market
KING ST- NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture, Mattresses,
etc.. etc. Airkinds of KOA And MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
k for Gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Ticthel St.-, Between King and Hotel
WING WO TAI & CO.
041 Nuuanu Street Phone 268
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
MC OANDLESS BLDG.
F. 0. Box 001 , Telephone 031
" . .70 Hotel "Street
Oriental Meals and Choo Sucy up
stairs, Occidental Meals downstairs,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
...Open Day and Nitjht.
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
. King Street Fish Market
SMT""Fop Kent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
wm&Jt'-' 'iu-f w'-'twt';w-- iM-?ii.. &
"" r SMrtuOlca
Fdr Salo byr
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD:
177 So. King Street
Is such a piece of fine anl
delicate machinery that in
order to keep the correct
time it must be overhauled
by a competent watchmaker.
Our Wntch-Repair Depart
ment is in the hands of such
PHONE 512. ' il3 HOTEL ST.
G. H. Bell n
has two new 7-seated autos for. hire
shopuinjr and calline a specialty.
$3 PER HOUR 50 CENTS HACK
'ASK 'FOR BEHN PHONE 5
.Your machine will be ready for
on when we say It, will be. We
lon't experiment on autos; wt rsii
Von liamm- Young
lexand:r young butldinb.
"The Best-Built Car .in America"
3CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD,
"Everything but the Engine"
W.W. -WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
J. W. KERSHNEH
Auto. Tire Repairing
1177 Alakra St
WE DO EVERYTHING
In the Line faf Electrical Work
Onion Elootrio Co.,
I. C. CARTER
IMPORTED AND ISLAND
All the Go
.t'BULL" GINGER ALE
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
WKy Congress Opposed
prohibition For Hawaii
A full transcrlnt IS'Obtnlnablo of lha
mltteoon PnciOc, Islands and Porto Illco when John O. Woolley attempted
to show that tho peoplo of Hawaii are Incapable of self government Tho
official transcript of the proceedings Is as follows:
(Prohibition Statement Continued.)
You are not tinenlni' mi nnv inn.i.
today, so far an thn mutter mn i,n
controlled by the recommendation of
tho Indian nuronn, without contlnulng
tho prohibition policy-' for the period
of at least twonty-ftvo years. Fmr
or five tills are now going through
Congress, nnd are partly through one
branch or tho other, and that provision
Is In every one of them that tho land
snail bo subject to tho laws of the
United States. With refornnrn In lha
Introduction .of Intoxicants for nt leant
twenty-five, years. Tho Supremo
Court has upheld that legislation, and
tho Indians themselves, In their
treaties with tha Federal, Government,
havo always Insisted for their own
protection upon the Incorporation of
n prohibitive provision.
I think It Is to tho credit of tho
North American Indian to recognise
his, Inability nlong' thnt lino, which Is
common knowledge, nnd to nsk tho
help of, thq'' Federal (lovornmont. In
stead of 'betraying weakness, I think
It shows, the strength of his char
I simply wnnt to throw vtlmt much
ou with reference to th Men thni
any effort on our part tp secure fed
eral protection for tho nntlvn I In.
wnilans Is entirely and per so a reflec
tion upon tho character of tho Ha
waiian nconto In fact. I do not think
a, landsomer trlbuto could bo paid to
mo cnnrncicr or tho native Ha
waiian than Mr. Woolley pnld this
morning' In his remarks. Uut tha fact
nevertheless remains that those people
have been decimated nnd havo been
ruined by Intoxicating liquor. I say
this from my own knowledge, from
some little knowledge of tho hlBtory of
thOk matter. It has seriously injured
tno native people; so much so thnt n
number of kings, aforetime, them
selves prohibited tho sale, and' use of
Intoxicating liquors among the com
mon people. I think I will bo bornu
out by history when I say that a
ber of peoplo In tho upper classes,. and
Kings memseives. in years gone by
havo gone down through thn ravneei
of strong, drink. There Is no "iisel In
our1 denying tho' simple facts In the
mntter thnt are accessible to any
render of history .simply because we
might not deslro to cast a reflection
upon tho Hnwallnn people. It Is not a
reflection. I think they would Im
commended for, appealing, as the com
mon peopio aro hero to do, to thu
United States Congress, for relief .and
for protection against the Influcnco
nnd against tho dangor of Intoxicating
Now. I will only speaR a word fur
ther with reference' to tho people' In
Hits country. The organic net was
passed In tho Senate first,. As, I re
member It (ami I hint bint pnmn In
Washington nt. that time, ten yenrp
ago, ,nnd I was hardly nccllmated In
thnt lino of work when tho organic
net for Hawaii wns passed). It, passed
thq Senate without any provision with
respect to this subject being In Ih'i
organic act. When It reached tho
House, an absolute prohibition pro
vision was Inserted. I remember It
very well, for It occurred In the enrlv
part of 11)00. "Nor shall tho salo, of
Intoxicating liquors, bo' allowed," I
tnink was tho language as tho Houso
passed It. That provision wns not
stricken out In' conference but was
modified In confcrcnco, as It now np-
pcarti in the, organic net, "except as
tho territorial legislature of Hawaii
mnv otherwise prvldo."
That, of course, wouldi go to th'j
question of imwer, .which Is no longer
raised, and it would nlso go to the
proposition, thnt tho Congress of thj
united States at that time was .seri
ously considering whether Its duty to
a people thnt hnd como to It at tip)
time of annexation, largely composed
of an aboriginal race
Tho Chairman! Do you know how,
in tho organic act; Congrcssi rnmo ti
remit that question to tho local legis
lature, as they do In this act?
Mr. Hlnwlddlo: How It wns done?
Tho Chairman: Yes.
Mr. Dlnwlddlo: Or why It was.
Tho Chairman: Yes.
Mr. Dlnwlddlo: I presume If was
matter of compromise. In conforenco,
ns things often are' compromised In
confcrcnco. Ab I Bay, tho Houso hnd
an absolute prohibition provision. 1
do not hesitate to say. having rcadt
tho, debato very carefully, that there
wns, u muvreucu m "puinm uiuii, huv nor r rcari irom two rommerciai
ns to powor at all. but n dlfforenco of.hodlcs. and from tho liar Association
opinion ns to pulley.
Declares conditions Bad.
I call tho attention of tho commit-
ten in passing to tho fact that this was)
tho first llmo wo over Incorporated a
Territory of tho United 8tates coiu -
posed or an aboriginal race; ot' a na-
tlvo racoof Ihlsifclnd. Th wag an ox -
perlmcnt with us. In the Territories
or Iowa, of. Montana, or idano, oi
Kansas, of Utah, nnd all. these other
Territories, that Jiavo sluco become .apparently in this samo attitudes
Stntos tho peoplo wcro Americans, na. "Honolulu, February 10, 1910.
tlvo United States people prnctlpally, Hon, .1. Knlaniannolo, Washington:,
who went. from settled sections of thil Prohibition sentiment growing hero.
East nnd built up those countries. It hut many opposo federal legislation
was a different proposition altogether, eijher becauso thoy fear It may provo
Congress felt persuaded nt that time1 entering wedgo for further federal leg
that It owed It to these people to p uiatlon Inimical to local government
tabllsh prohibition, and this was only nr because they bellavn development
effected In compromlso between the ,jr Belf-governmont question should- be
two Houses. Tho, House atooil abso- r01,giit out locally. I think prohibition
lutoly, by a substantial vote, for pro-lor further restriction by territorial
hlbltlop for tho. Territory of Hawaii lict0ir preferablo If feasible though
when the organic 'act was passed, That doubtful ns to Its feasibility, and rea
ls the fact Willi rcforenco to tho his. u,nK practical advantages of federal
tory of the case. I legislation becauso Immediate nnd
Mr. Woolley has called nttonllon to moro nffeetlvn. Tim possibility of pro
tho fact Hint ton years havo elapsed; hlliltlon by federal' notion will havo
that thn opportunity bm hern aCordel salularv effect hero In BtrcngthonliiK
nver ttinrii for amnio, mllllfi mid that ,,..M1.1tlm. tnrnna nml rhpi-Vlmr
conditions havo gnrfo from bad to
worse. Ift as, has boon said, n major-
Ity of tho peoplo over thoro. proliaiuy
the' masses of tho people who will bo
nrnrredlnira Imfarn thn anu r.
most nffected by this question one way
or tho other, arc In sympathy with
this proposition. It ueems to me that
n small territorial laslslature. whtrh
It, as wn all know nnd there Is no'
use discussing that fact oftentimes
susceptible to Influence, ought not to
stand In the wny If the, Congress or
the United Slates Government should
sec that It was their duty to afford
this protection' to these people.
I will only say a word further In
regard to tho constltut.nt I represent.
I know that the passago of a resolu
tion of- this kind would bo hailed with
Joy and delight and satisfaction by
tho peoplo who nfter all. In times
gone by, through their missionary en
terprise, have made Hawaii what It
Is today. If It nnd not been for tho
church folk of this, country, If It had
not been for tho peoplo who pioneered
those Islands over there and Intro
duccd tha blessings or' Chrlstnlnlty
nnd civilisation within tho last hun
dred .years past, I question. very much
whether we would havo the situation
wo havo there. In fnct,, (hqro. Is no
body who would not question It. It
seems, to ,mc that tho.fcctlng of these
peoplo at home; whose ancestors .un
questionably wcro rcsiKinslblc for tho
development and civilization nml
tjhrlstlanlxatlon of thoso Islands,
ought to weigh largely with Congress
In the1 determination of this mnttcr.
It it Is tried and federal prohibition
proves to bo n falluro (hero, it Is with
in .the province of Congress to retrace
Its steps and either withdraw that
kind of. law, repeal that kind of law,
or elso placo tho local' people again
In control- of this subject matter. It
Is not Rolng to gat, beyond tho con
trol In thnt way. I speak, .therefore
for the churches of. tlio. rountry. I
am authorized to speak for the Na
tlonnl Interchurch Temperance Kedcr
otloni representing eight or nine of tho
lending denominations In this country.
and, for tho National Temperance ,Ro-
num-,cIotyi and several other organisation?
that Nnni Identified with' and to ask
for this legislation. I nhvjsure lr It
receives tho approval' of' your Judg
ment It will bo greallyi appreciated
by our people. We hope you can se
yolir wny, clear to recommend tho pas
sago of this bill.
Statement of Mr. George D. McClellsn
Tho Chairman: You ,my proceed,
Mr. McClellan. ''
Mr.' McClellan:, Mr Chairman nnd
gentlemen, I Bpenk ot tho request ,ot
the Delegate and also on behalf of thn
Honolulu Chamber nf rnmrnerra nnd
the Merchants' Association of'Hono-
iiiiiii - ,t
I want to say, with respect to the
Chamber of Commerce of Honolulu,
that It is the" oldest commercial, orj
ganlzatlon west of thol Ilocky" MnuV
tains, with thn slngto. exception, I bq
llevp. of tho Chamber of 'Commerce of
Portland.. Oregon. I wo,utiV stale, also
that' tliut chamber, reprcHOMlln&itho
largest commciclnl nctlvltles of thn
Territory of Hnwall,.! unquestionably
uominmoii uy tne. nilcslnnary element
bo eloquently referred to this morning
by Mr. Woolley. In other words, tho
ronservntlvo so-called "missionary
clement" In Hawaii dominate " the
chamber of commerce. do not think
anybody will question that statement.
I iwnnt to say, both for myself nnd
for these two commercial bodies, thr-.t
wo do not enter this discussion .on tho
question of whether or not prohibition
should be established In tho Territory
of Hnwnll. I am In, receipt of njettei
from tho president of tho, Merchants'
Association specifically Hinting (thnt
that; association never has taken, and
does not wish to take, any ultltudo
cither for or ngnlnst prohibition, not'
because tho Individual members do
not have their own vlows, but bo
cause they do not feel thnt. as an or
ganization. It Is their function. JTho
same attitude, I understand, Is' govern
ing In tho case of tho chamber of com
merce. Tho men romiioslnR theso liodlo.'
have their own distinct views ou thin
subject. A vcrv .largo part of, thorn
Inro temperance men. distinctly so: but
tholr nctlon on this, question has boetr
I taken purely on tho basis of thn fact
I that' certain powers of solf-govprnmpnt
a.liavA been given to tho Territory, and
that thoy very strongly deprecato anv
Infringement of those iKiwcrsj such
ns nro necessarily Involved In tho
I would llku at this point to placo
In the record cablegrams from (lover-
Thn Chairman:. Will you rend
senator I'lles-.t Head thorn, or state
tim Hiibstnnca of thorn.
Mr. McClellan: They, are not very
Uonc. Portions It might bo welMo
read them. I would Btnto. first, thnt
tho cablegram from tho governor sets
I forth. I think, his misltton as stindlne
audacity and pernicious activity ,lt!.'jrf0,ch "' ,n ,r,K
Bfm,p t,f tho liquor Interest's! ' Person,-1 ftf administer its
Bjy i would not ndvncnto federal no.
QU unless further local effort through
nAxt legislature should' prove unaatls'
factory or unless conditions should
rhRngfl otherwlso'so, na. to .call more)
Imperatively for federal action.
Mrj Woolley stated to you this morn
ing Hint the only criticism thnt Is Ron
ernlly made of Governor Frcnr, In the
Territory Is Hint ho Is n man who Is
exceedingly cnutlntis. careful, nnd
studious In his Judgment of public nf-f
rnirs. This cablegram evidences the
effort of the governor to look on nil
sides of this questloli, nnd while ho
states the evils of tho conditions Hhto
his final conclusion Is that tho pres
ent condition does not call for legis
lation. Tho next cablegram Is from the
Merchants' Association of Honolulu
nnd Is ns follows
"Honolulu, rebtuary 8, 1910.
Hon. J. Katanlniimilo Washington:
Result association meeting, 38'
ngalnst 13 for liquor bills now before
Congress. Homo rule prinlcplo th?
The following cablegram Is from tho
president of tho liar Association,
which has a membership ot attorneys
from nil the islands;
"Honolulu, February. 10, 1910.
Hon. .1. Kalanlannolo Washington:
Unr Association of Hawaiian Islands
protests against passage by Congress
uf any prohibition bill ot liquor In Ter
ritory on ground that such action in
vades right of homo rulo' to legislate
on local matters conferred by organic
W. A. KINNEY, President."
Tho following cablegram Is from
tho chamber of commerce:
Honolulu. February 8. 1910.
Hon. J. Kalanlannolo, Washington:
At a meeting. of chamber held today
following resolution was passed, Sfi
for. 18 against:
Itesolvcd. Thnt It is tho senso of tho
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce thnt
thu ensclmcnt by thoi Congress of the
United States nt tho present tlmo of a.
laX prohibiting tho. sale of .spirituous
liquors in this Territory would1 con
stitute an unjustified Invasion on tho
right heretofore conferred tiion the
peoplo of this Territory to determine
for thcmselven all local questions' and
to 'ndmlnlsler their Internal, affairs In
n manner consonant with thq funda
mental principles of American govern
ment. HONOLULU CHA.MUKIt
I would llku to placo in thn record
this brief, which tins been published
In tho Congressional Kecord by thq
Delegate. If desired by tha commit
tee, 1 will read It. Otherwise I will
simply refer to It.
Tho Chairman: 1 think wo havo al)
Mr. McClellan: I want to refer again
to the question of tho status of tho
Tvirltory, of Hawaii-with reforence to
tlio Federal Government. The, Senator
from Kansas and Mr. Woolley nnd Mr.
Dlnwlddlo all seem to regard It ns a
rather rcmnrknblo discovery that Con-
Riess has tho' iiowor to pass such leg
islation ns thn pending bill., 'That
imwer Is so unquestioned that thn
Delegate, frankly stated It In his brief;
nnd thnt Is not the Issuo Involved In
this discussion. Tho Issue Involved
In this discussion, gentlemen,, Is this:
Whether, considering all of tho cir
cumstances of' tho status nnd devoloi
meiit of Hawaii previous to annexa
tion; whether, in view ot all tho as
surances m ma rigui 10 nomo ruio un
der a territorial government leading
till to the agreement nnd determination
of the community of Hawaii to sur
render Its local sovereignity to tho
United States of America; whether,
III view of tho Mwcrs of legislation
given to thu. Territory under tho or
ganic act; and whether, further, un
der the practically unbroken lino of
tradition and custom with regnrd to
thu use of tho powers of Congress to
legislate for Tcriltorlcm, It Is fair and
Just In this' case to impose this leg
islation on tho Territory of Hawaii,
This Is not primarily it question of
whether or not thero arc ovlls of In
temperance n tho Territory of Hawaii.
That thero aro evils ot Intcmpcrnncu
thero Is' evident.
I havo traveled in ovcry Stnto and
Territory of tho United States, savo
two, and I havo never found a Stato,
whether It was a prohibition Stato or
ono In .which thoro. was a very liberal
provision for tho salo of liquors, In
which thero wcro not evils of Intem
perance. Therefore any general argu
ment as .to' tho ovlls of Intompcranco
is not, in ltscir, any reason., for tho
Imiiosltlon of legislation of this sort
by the Congress oven tho, actions ot n
Territory which has iower to regulate
that matter now under tho law, '
That tho United States Congress has
power to Impose such n law Is certain
ly ,no reason why It should exercise
that power. I might call tho attention
of tho Senator from, Kansas and of tho
gentlemen who havo cited their reas
ons on tho other side to tho fact that
during tho days of the territorial gov
ernment of Kansas tho Congress had
power to Impose a, law establishing
slavery thero; but my nndestors, both
my father and my grandfather, woru
of those who labored thoro to oppose
slavery; and my grandfather gavo his
llfo for that cause, Tho, mere fact
that Congress ban power to do u
thing Is, in ItsAlf, certainly no reason
why It should do tho thing. That this
power should bo reserved In Congress
Is necessary Tact, congress, in pass
ing many classes of legislation (In
passing, for example, bills to give n
company tha right ' to construct u
bridge across a navigable stream),
usually specifically states that It re
serves the right to alter, amend, or
repeal that act; hut. I am not aware
that that right hag ever been exercis
ed. Congress has tho power to pass
Interstate commerce laws, restricting
absolutely tho transmission of liquors
from ono Stato Into another, but I am
not aware that tnat power lias ijocn ox-
ercltcd, at least In the ciuo or any
Stnte which has not Itself prohibited
tho, salo nf liquor. Congress has thn
powor In repent Ihq present Hnwallnn
liquor law and to make tlio salo of
liquor thoro, wholly freo mid unce-
strlcted; but It would bo a gfbss
rigiit or our rorniory
(iwn domestic uf.
I (To Be Concluded Tomorrow.)
Kveryone to know that the Wal
pahu Exchange, at Walpahu.
serves tho best ot liquor refresh
ments at Honolulu prices. Whe)
motoring to Hnlelwn, vary th
monotony by calling on us; lt'
only a len-uiltiute run from tho
main road. 4589-ltn
Ambitious men niiu women to pre
pare for better positions and larg
er salaries. Apply for list of
positions to Hawaiian Agency ot
tho International Correspondence
School, at 1139 Fort street.
Everybody to use the largo nickel
pad tor school utid figuring use.
Two hundrcd.elieets ot good paper
for flvo cents, at this omco. tf
Chill peppers nnd tamarinds. Mrs.
Kenrns, 471 llcrctnnla street.
Clean wiping rags at the llullctln
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M.
Matzlc.14C7.Auld Lane. Tel. 1GG4.
lady's gold watch,, on Merchant St.,
between C arfd C o'clock, Tuesday.
Phone 0 nnd ask for Car No. 482
Fred Noyes' new 1910 7-pauenger
Kissel Knr. Always ready.
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phone 199, Young Hotel Stand;
Chas. Reynolds.- 4540-tf
MRS. H0DQS0N, Expert Teicher of
riano. iweniy-iivo, years experi
ence. Rapid progress; thorough
training; perfect touch, tlmo, fin
gering, and' expression. 23C King
street cottage In rear, opposite
Hawaiian Electric. Interviews 2
to 6, Saturdays excepted,
SYDNEY F. H0BEN (Konigliches
Conserratorlutn der MuslV, Lclp
( xlgj Piano (Technique and Vor
trag), Singing and Voire Produc
tion. 1C9 Deretnnla. Phone 33,
Piano taught In six months; $3 per
month (eight lessons). Special
attention given to adult begin
ners. Address "Music," Uulletln
ofllce.,, , 4010-lvr
W. Karl Vincent
Prof, of Music Lesions in, Sinpinc,
Pianoforte, Pipe 'Organ, etc. Resi
dence and Studio, 15S0 Kmmn ,SL
' , - ipu-tt
Corner Union nd Beretaalu 8U.
House Cotuultinir. 2-3 p. m. Sat
urdays .excepted. Opera tim, 8-1S
a. m., 3-6 p.m.
A. B, ROWAT. D; V. S.
HOURS Clob Stables: 10 a. in.
to .12 m,; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
8to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. m.
'.PHONES Club Stables, 109; Res
Tjanufastured from pure dUtllltd ws
tsr. Dsllvsrsd'ta any psrt of elty by
OAUD ICE AN! ELECTIIC CO.,
WI Tslsohene H.
Delivered to residences
ana omoes at xoe Kt
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O, BARNHART,
1U, Merchant St,
Will do it
M. E. Silva.
UNDERTAKER AND .EHBALMER
Prompt and Polite 'Attention
, CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 170 Night Call 1014
Come and learn, particular! at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania St., 0pp. Sachi'
nfrffJ. b:h;ittikMfaMai4-4fihfruitiJm. r.u,1,! ,i nil,', tiftnVsJJlM
Six-room furnished bouse; nini'ern
In every respect; 00 per month.
Deretnnla street, near Puliation,
"1. K.", this office. 4G72-
i'wo furnished light-housekeeping
rooms; 1750 King street, near Pa
wan Juuctlou. 4C0G-11
Heach cottage at Diamond Heal
Address "NY Uulletln pQce.
Two furnished rooms. Appi Mi
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma BU
BOOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage
with or without board. 103
Nuuanu Ave, near School St.
Prices moderate. 4460-tl
Ncntly furnished rooms and board,
1SG0 Kmnm strVct, opposite lloyal
School. Mrs. Annlo Untie, prop.
SHADY NOOK, 1049-10.'i0-1071 Iler
etanln street; phono 1333. Rooms
and board. 4C10-2W
The Transo envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing neces
sary tn sending out bills or re
ceipts. Uulletln Publishing Co.,
sole agents for patentee. tt
Gasoline launch, two outrigger ca
noes and fish nets for sale cheap.
Address F. Johnson, Honoullull.
Francotte shotgun; perfect condi
tion. Address "II. J. C", Uulletln
office. ' 4011-lw
Diamonds' and Jewelry bought, sold
and exchanged, J. Carlo, Fort St.
Inter-Island and. Oahu Railroad ship-.
ping books, at Uullotln office, tf
New automatic Singer for sale1; cheap.
"A. H.' Uulletln office. 4692-tt
Men's clothing on credit. $1 a, week;
suit given at once., Levy Outfit
ting Co., Sachs Bids., Fort St,
qity. .qiothes Cleaning Co., No. 4 Ma
sonic Temple, Alakea St. Clothei
'called for nnd delivered.
; "- " 4 4C92-U
IsDancie Employment Association.
Maunakea near Assl Theater. Call
up phone C97 If you want a cock,
good boy or servants.
Yee Sinf Xee-fPlumber. and. Tinimltk,
Smith Bt.. bet. Hotel and Paushl.
, WE, USB
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
It cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
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