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B)Jk ' 10 , EVENlHo BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 3ATURDAV, AUG. 6, 1911. ' ' - '
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II nirnvon"'YounYGARD GIVEN CHBRCH DISPUTE. IBMMS WORK, . t7n
fit mmiv -r r m j .r j -w" 11 tct f i i sr 11 s -
K1, ivvni ,-. mhhrsk wwnTFNnFn
. arr k. inifi h i.ii.. ifiii rw twimw ir wa a w l a I " I
IT SAN FRAWriQrnl v . . UUIUIl IILLiLlUL lUllUI LilULU
S &f ..... . .. .... w. . rioncen ana icaaeri in 7 ..... .. I I B-IIXIvj
., ucrr street, bote union Squti I the Automobile Batinrai '- . - ;;,( r .
liv ma mji ju vyyvstic iuin ci. rraniia 4
European Plan' $1 60 a day up
American PUn $3.00 a day uo
Steel and brick structure, filrmsh
ing roil JJUO.OOi) High class
hotel at moderate ratrs. Omnibus
meets all traini ami steamers
, HotPl Stewart now,rccognijcd an
Hawaiian Inland headquarters.
Cable.a(lIrcs"Trnweis" A, 13. C
Code. Rcserv aliens made through
Trent Truit Co., Fort Street.
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Franciioo
Under the Management of
FACIXI the lirniiilfiil mrk
In tlie heart of tlio cllj,
which Ii (lie (licit re of
the pilnclpnl ctcntn of
the famous fisthnln of jan
Fr.iiK Ism, tliN hold, In in
tlrnnment unil ntinu'pliiTe, ri
presses ninvt il(.i.intl) thfl
romfnrtuble spirit of old fill.
'lho royalty nnd nolillllr oi
the Old World and (he Fur
Kust and (he men of Mifh
achievement In Aiiurlrn who
amniMe here ccmlrlljiilo to the
cosmopolitan iitiiunphi re of an
Institution nlildi represents
f bo hospitality and ludltldmil
My of S.in Francisco to the
Tho building, nlilrh marks
the fnrllust adfnure of Nrlence
In MTiUr, lin nuw the Inrcodl
rnpiirltr of anj hotel ntnulare
In (lie WvU mid iijioti comple
tion of tliv Tint utrut annei
will be the largest rararnnaerj
In tho uorliL
WHILE T1IK KLltVICK 18 CN.
USUAL, TUB I'HtCKS AUG
European Flan from 2 00 Up
Dmnj, Above Vineyard
r.itroul7c,l by peisoiit, of
rclliicmriit Itoomn sltiKto
or rn Kiilte, with or wltli-
n I Imtli
MIS3 JOHNSON, Prop.
SPEND Till: J.AKT Ol' YOUIl
TUB WATKK IK 1 INH NO CORAIj
IN Till: BAND
Roomi and Qoard
W. C. Bcrgin, Prop.
WINES AND LIQUORS '
Wc deliver to any part of the
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
CIGAR HOW St
i ' M. A OUNST CO ftonti
fi Inter-Island and O. R A'h. BlilpplnR
books for uulu at tlie II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
A otllce, 60c each.
Agents tor auch 'well-hnown car
14 Packard. Pbpe-llrtrtford, Steven
Dutyca. '00(1111.10) thomaa Kljer,
llulck, Overland, Hiker Klectrlc, and
olhcra. , 4
Supplies & Repairing
For th BUST RENT CAR8 In tho
city, rlna up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAULET, No. 580
C. H. BEHN
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Horses, Mules and
DRIVING, SADDLE ANW WORK
YOUNG MULES BROKEN TO
The BICYCLE DEALER and RE
PAIRER, hai moved to
180 KING STRUT
New location Red front, near
young Building. Telephone 2518.
COTTON CREPE SHIRTS, KIMONOS
1248 FORT ST., ABOVE BERETANlA
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
Gents' Dry Goods
Corner Fori and Beretunla ,Stroti
FINE LINE OF DRY GOODS
WAN YING CHONG
Kihr Street, Ewa Fishmarket I
Wing Chong Co.
XINU IT- NEAR BETHJCL
Dealer in Furniture. Mattreuei.
aI a All l:mj. -. tr. J .
v., ,m. nil MI1UP Ul AUA Una JUB
8I0N FURNITURE made to order.
And Cloth of Al Quality Cn 4
MO CANDLESS-BLDG, .1.
I'. 0. Box 861 Telephone 1731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL GOODS
Wing Wo Tai &Co.,
841 Nuuanu. near King Street
Fine Line of
Carpenter tools !
At thejNew Hardware Store. -,
CITY HARDWARE CO.
King and Nuuanu Street
Charges Against Chief .Boat
swain of Mard Isand A
That tho report frorn the Coaat of
the nrrrit and FentencliiR nt Chief
Unitisualii Charles Nygnrd, for un
warranted lcae of nbucnec from duty,
hiw been prnven unturo comes with
Kraal pleasure, to his iiumornua
frlencln on theao Islands
Chief Ilo.itswnln Charles Nycuid,
diirlng his long stny Ih llonolulii, be
cnino most popular wllb the local
residents unci contracted many flue,
whntemmie friends, .who bavo alnvs
held him In their highest esteem 111
man with an excellent character
And whon tho report was spread
around tbnt Nypard had been arrest
ed anil sentenced nt Mnro Island for
taking lenvo If liont nuthorlty It
seemed most Incredible and untrue
In all those knowing btni. Ills friends
nil felt sure llicro was n mistake
snniowhcreand that eie Jong It would
be discovered and place him right In
the graces of Uncle Sam once morui
Tho iifTaln was Immediately Investi
gated and tlueshed out thoroughly,
with tho result of Nygard being ten
dered, prompt release and all charges
According to the Investigations
bringing the matter to light, Ngard
was ordered to tho sick chamber, duq
in a Biiuucn complete breakdown,
caused from ovoryvork. Tho report
of this wns In some way .overlooked,
arid before tlio doctor or Ngnrd could
explain (ho sudden necessitated leno
he was plaicd under arrest, but was
soon given Ids release when tho truth
JUDGE CLEMONS DECIDES
LAW HAS WIDER SCOPE
Judge Charles I', demons filed his
decision esterdaj nftornoon In con
nection with the c.iso of tho United
States versus a Japanese named, Tail
Jl Ho gavo an oral decision during
The 'point In connection with tho
cbc lay In tho fact an to whether or
pot Tsujl could bo treated as coming
under tho prohibited Immigrant act
or not. Ho was horo once and then
went li.uk to Japan again. During
his stny hero ho committed a crime
Involving miirat turpitude. On his re
turn ho was refused entrance to tho
country Jmlgo demons stales that
In his opinion Congress had In view
"all aliens of the undesltablo classes
spcclrled In section 2 of the net. wit".
ther coming for tho first time or re
turning after the nhindonmcnt of
their domlcllo here, or returning un
ci a tcmporaiy absence,"
ANNA GOULD'S SON
' 'IS RIGHTFUL HEIR
IlKHMN. July 8 Prlnco Hellc ld
Sugm, Ann 1 Ciould'H luiskiml, liu.'t
Juit lust a long-fought suit In the Or-i
in in courts whereby ho sought to se
lit to set
d. to In J
nslile tho rlglil of hls2.yenr
Prince ClinHcs Jason Howard
herlt tlio Do Hagan tiltully's estate In
Prlnco De it igan set up the contcn-,
Hon that us I1I1 son vrta horn In Krnnco
(bo buy Is not eligible In Inherit tho
estate, hoping thereby to make It Im.
possible for his Herman creditors to
uttuc.li Ilia revenues of the estate
The eotiits linvn decided that life
baby prime li the legal hilr to the,
projiernes, ntiil Hint tlio rcvnnuis 111 ly
bo seized lo millify PrlliLC lltllo't debts
WOULD-BE J3AD JAPANESE
T)ennt flberlrr ITiWInr lidi i.m.1. i...
pofcllgatcd tho (asb t tlneo Jupaiicso
esiuj laiiorem who wero alleged In
havo run nmiick In B cniitraclor',
camp at llnkalnu last Tuesday. Tlio
trio had It In for tlio contractor fur1
some, tlnio owing to soino mlmindoi-i
Stlllldlllir HtlOIlt 11 r.niln milling . ,.J
tract, and they appeared suddenly lij
iiiw c.inip, armeii wun cano Knives and
Iioeeeded to terrorize tho Inhabitants'
by threats Of dlro vengtanco. Thoj
smashed windows, ettt up oil coals and
did many other nets of vandalism I
ri-uiT iirrcHicn (wo or mo rioters on
a ellhrgp of tuallelcms Injury, hut tin
third skipped nut, uitd has prdhahlv
left thollsland. O110 of tho nion win
wc-io arrested, forfeited hall lu Ibi
sum or 1 r.O, Tho other had his casn
l.nltfl ,irUMw1 OH ll.n An,.... I.. I.. ...in
. .... ,.. .....v.. ne ,u , wiui.imii.uitn. 11,1
Is so often tho caso whore Orlontala
aro concerned, hdrmcii anxloiis ti
hayo him cscnjio' litiiilshmcnt am
vvlnt h.ltk oh tho 'statements whlil
thoj had given Kettor Ulln Tribune
CLOTHES RTRIPPFn PRflM
MAN KILLED BY LIGHTNING
YORK, Pa, July 8 Charles Selz.
n farmer, living near CampbelPs St'
tlon, was killed by lightning whllo
littumptlug lo cover his blndor. which
had biiu left standing In a Hold
Ills clothing, Including hfs shoes,
were ripped fiom his body, and bo was
Walter riogmnn, of (lion Rock, was
nlcJA uli luilr 1... I I.wl 1 1 t -M ok.l . .l 1 '
n,nw nu huiv j iiKiiyiiui; uill ll'IIIIC'rCU
partially iiiicoiihcIous. He was burn
ed about tho arms and body, hut his
Injiules nto thought not to ho serious
W4 04 Smith's Plan For Elec
tion of Eighth Trustee
opinion ato tho winding of tho form
of aintfhdmont. moved on by J. II. B.
Knlcd nt tho meeting or tlio mem-
tiers of Kavvalahnd clmMli last night,
caused n dispute, and tho result was
that a postponement of tho meeting
was tflken until next Friday night,
when tho consideration of tho propos- tIio new plans and spoclllcatlons
ill charter of liKorpoiatloti, rules and nro i bo different from thoso pre-bj'-laws
of the church will be takprft0Ky B8P,. mds havo been nd
up ngaln. lu tlio meantime, It wnS',crtBOd for previously for this work,
decided that lion. V O. Smith and 0t raej time, for one reason or nn
V. T. itnwllns, atlliritojs ntcsciitatn(,r t10 tenders had to be rejected.
should gel together and reach nn
agreement before the hoxt. meeting,
Tho meeting wns predod CIVCr ll)
J. K.,KanmnoiiIii, and ho cxcrlcnccd
till 111! nt-ftatlntr n.t.l n.lfhl limn II
" ., - f. ".ennsiruciion in iicceiuoer.
was during the cniisldcrntlon of artl-j Mrnc odlcors deny nny contcm
do 2 of lho bv-laws that tho dlspulo pUMnu on ti,cr Imrl of ,,ftlng up
began, tho n-Vtldo as irovloiilyn.IOgpn, ln ,!,' rnty of Jlonolulu
drifted, lead hat lho hoard of Irus- or CnlIU, Vory. and claim tho talk was
tecs Bhould consist of seven members, Htlirtcti r(,Rnril t tills mow; by
namely ,Uev. II. II. Parker. W. O.'pco,,,0 wll(1 lnvo ,,, to HC.
Smith, A." R.i Wllcpx, 11 K. I.lllkalanl.l,, T)le i,0H,,nn t i'cttr Harbor, tboy
S. Hoolian Albert Wntcrhotiso anil'Bnr, can lnrn , hlindo all (uses
lllrnm Kaaha. Mr. Smith, chnlrnnn ntllrred thelrndopartment on tho
of the trustees, suggested Inst night iidamlfl .f'
thai tho board .should consist of eight Ar ,;, 10 ,,ro,mBCll l)arrci,H for
momhnrs, nstcad of seven, as was 1C IlmrlllP1, remaining nt Camp Very,
originally In ended. Ills suggestion' 0,nlnB w1) ,, ktmw or (lec(let,
was seconded and carried. Hero Ka- n , lllI)llt le cnd ullll r
rltf.ltlll nnnulal t .Inl.l ..n...l.na ntll"
of whom should be elected by ballot.'
Ills motion wns seconded. Mr. Smith
then contended thatas seven of tho
incomers or the board had already
been elected at lho last niectlng, It
was only a matter of electing lho
eighth member to complete (lie
hoard.' Knlco contended that his inn.
(inn was to elect an entirely now
board of trustees of eight members
by ballot, and emphasized tho fact
that tho seven members who were
previously elected without a ballot
were not eligible. There was a gen
ami dlsputo about tho grammatical
technicalities as to the wording of
Itov. 8. K. Knulill, pastor of K0I01
native church, argifd that tho only
thing before lho meeting was to elect
tlio eighth mcMho,' or tho board, and
leavo those seven wh.ivoro previous-
I) elected atone. Most or tho mem
licis present wore. Indifferent nnd tho
consequence ..was that It wns decided
to postiono tho meeting until next
Krldti) night) During tho discission
a number or tlio rcmalo members of
the church took part In tho delibera
tion. During the early part of tho meet
ing, Knlco, moved lhat Mr. v O.
Smith and Tdr. W. T. Hnwllus, who
were present, be permitted to take
pari In Hie discussion of mattcis
which weto before tho meeting. Ills
motion carried. .,
While the members wcro speaking
freely on matters In dlsputo, Mr Smith
moso lo pour nil over tho troubled
w litem. Ho stated that It was not
propel" for tho members present, who
consider themselves Christians, to nr
guo heatedly on mutters which could
bo settled amicably. Ho said that
seven of the members of tho buaid
had alreadj boen elected at a previ
ous meeting, the only thing thoj could
do then was to elect tho eighth man.
Ho cited as an Instanco that some of
the members, cu" thojioard of trustees,
or tho Cciilial Union church wcro
not members or ilio church, but they
t-efved on the board, howovor, with a
dclci munition to do good wink for,
mid lu tl)e church. Pcrsonnllj, ho
said he did not want (o servo on
the board of triistees of Knwulahail
church, but ,119 decided It was best
for him to offcY his scrvlco for thq
up-keep, Improvement and prosperity
of Knwalahao chhrch. Ills talk W.11J
right to, tho polhL j
Itawllns, who hnd beon watching
tho procedure nroso to say that lid
bclloved that Kaleo's motion, asking
for Ihq election of eight members bv
ballot was well taken. IIo hold that
tho election nt tho soven memberd
picvlously was not binding in view of
tho lucicibo or membership to eight j
IIo admitted thai ho did not agreci
with Mr. Smith's contention, claim
lug that lho million wns not to elect
tho eighth member, but to elect eight!
members by ballot., '
purine tlio.oxcltenjonl, Rov. Mrj
Knulill moved that, tho meeting bo ad
journed subject t tho call or tho
chair Mr. .Smith roso. again to pacify1
tho trmihhd water and tho memberd
who wnjo 011 their font lesumed their1
Accnidlug to a largo number of Hid
mcmhois of iho church thoy nro not
absolutely oppobed to tho appoint
ment or mm-mnmbers of Kuwalnhad
church on tho board, but they hold
thut thocouteutlon (if (ho Into King
Kiiniehamohu HI, wllo deeded tho pro
pcrty to tho church, was that only
members or tho church should servu
on tho hoard. This ,was 0110 of tho
main points in dlsputo, Tho names
or W. O Smith, Albert Watorhotujn
and A, S. Wilcox, who It Is clalmod
aro not monitors or Knwalahao
(lunch, ate 011 the hoard or tinstees.
Wovklr UHlletla (1 per jur,
Plans and Specifications Now
in Hands of Government
. rriruers. r
1 . 11 . . .
Plahs nhd specifications for the big
marine barracks, and hospital at the
pearl Harbor naval station nro now
n tho bands of federal printers, llids
v bo advertised fdr later on for the
construction of tlieso buildings, both
among tub local contractors nnd those
on the mainland.
lho Bl bids were higher than the
(appropriation. This time the oniccra
l rl.nren linun to hn lnnin sllreessfill.
nn,j (npy p.,,,,, on commencing the.
. ., ,.. . .... .. '
Tho U. S. Naval Ilnglnoera when
advertising for bids for tho uinstiuc
Hon or otllccrs quarters uj Pc irl Har
bor, will also advertise for bids for
tho permanent paving of tho Naval
yards, streets, roads sidewalks, etc,
with a Milld concrete foundation.
Just what lho nature or material
will bo that Is to bo placed upon
tho concrcto has not been decided
upon. Neither has tho amount of mo
ney to ho appropriated for this work
, Thu money though will bo Inkcn
from tho amount appropriated for tho
general Improvements needed in the
Tho nature of tho material to be
lined In the laving or these paths and
roadnn-n has not been decided upon
as the local naval engineers havo
dehsod, pending word rrotn Wash
ington In regard to tho extensive ex
periments Unit am hclijg carried on
in regard to tho laving nud road tests
or oil-cement concrete.
Ihrcolilg cities nro lho scenes of
the most thorough experimenting with
thtso material for rond surface. They
aro Washington, D. C. New York
Cltj and Hldgevvnod, N. J. In Wash
Ington tho experiment was. In con
densed brief form, ns follows: A
given stretch of road was lovclcd off
and n foundation laid In two courses
tho nrst of which consisted of H Inch
to i inch broken stouo placed to u
G inch depth In a looso manner.
Af(or It wns rolled flrm the oll-eo-incut
enncroto mlxtuie was laid vylth
a depth of lii Indies upoi this was
thrown 2Vd luetics of hiokou stone.
A. roller wns then put Into action
forcing tho stone down Into cill-ce-ment
mixture Indole It had tlmo.to
set. After tho stones were sunk a
thin coating of tho mixture was mur
ed ovor thu entire road and "iroomci!"
A light coat or screening or Vj Inch
to dust was thrown upon lho mnrlnr
and rolled until (ho road was entirely
Columbia mndo huvcji oxpoilmetits
In all for roads cnnntiticted (if oil
cement concrete. Tho avcrago cost
per square ynrd for all tho const! ac
tion was $1.17. f.
At Now York City four dxporllneiits
wcrojnado lu a llttlo different milli
ner than thoso nt Washington hut
tho .nature of tho mixture wns tho
samo but applied by diriment means.
About i)0 cents was tho average, cost
por uqnaro yard for Iheso experi
ments'. rthigovvood made Ivyo experjmentft.
but mado bridge floors Instead of
constructing' roads, 1o samo pro
cess was med, howovor, tho samo ns
In tho other titles. Th6 'nvur.igo
tost per square yard vvus Joiitnl, lo
ho 44 cents. ,
lu Now York tho gliders ntul curb
ing was also mado of oll-comout ton
cretcv flj tho' last Inspocllbu (ho
roads proved lo bo holding out duo,
nlthnugh (Iiosq of Now York did not
stand tho rough uso as good as Wash
ington, Tlio mixtures varied quito a bltjipt
most wore of I part cement to 2 of
sand and nil mixed in equ il lo about
10 por cent the weight of. tho sand.
Mixtures wero mado both by hand
It wns fnund tho concrete could
bo hnudled best when mado sufficient-
l.v wet for the mnrlnr hi flush to tho
surraco upoii tamping but not so wet
' if' iaH
Hard coughs arc bad cnougli,to
be sure. But It's often the lit
tle hacking, tickling, persistent
cough that means the most,
'especially when there is a his
tory of weak lungs in the family.
What should be done? Ask your
doctor. He knows. Ask him
about the formula on the label
of eyery bottle of Ayers Cherry
Pectoral. Ask iiinV if this med
icine has fijs full approval for
thrdat'hnd lung troubles. Then
do as he says.
Ayer's Cherry Moral
riiM it Of. 1. 1. A,f r h Co , twrft. Mm ', ill $. A.
that It would not hold Its shape aft
er being tumped.
Tho best surfaco tlnlsh was obtain
ed by troweling the wet contfolo
with lho back of nN. 2 sliovcl.
Two glades of oil Were ctiiplitjed,
fluid rcsldcral iHvtroleum' and oiit-bnck
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Autjuit 3, 111.
From 10:30 a. in. to 4:30 p. m.
I.tienln A Aeblii to von vlJnnini-
Yoiiug l' Ltd CM
Tit lit Trust Co Ltd, tr, (o Knlmukl
fund Co Ltd ill
lnules V ('lemon and vvf to James
A Wilder ill
8 M Damon nnd .wf to United
Ulntrs of Ainirka 11
i: Herrlikllrovvn nnd vvf to Caro
line- D Wctrrvrlt ,(... Jl
hula I'nllit nnd wf In Alnntiel
(liierrelrn , ,, Jt
Trent Trust Co, Wd , to Tasutarn
Hngn , , lie!
Yilsutnrn Soga mid vrf to Jntn,(1
Sllvn .,...., a
John (1 Sllvn and vvf to Tmit
Trust Co Ltd ., ,.., Al
Punlbinia Kulielelkl nud bsb rt, ul I
to Mrs 1-ilPu K Keone et nl I... D
JotpIi It Aiiinrlu nnd wf to John
Li mines , I)
C W Craudcll nnd vf to Hank or
Hawaii Ltd ....' M
Lurrrtin M Dljlon to Charles H
Court of Land Registration.
Adi J Hartley nhd,Jiih to II Wn-
tcrhnusn Trust Co Ltd .......... D
Entered for Record August 4, 1311.
From 8:30 a.'m. to 10:30 a. m.
Lnuls r TelxMrn nnd wf to H Wil-
tcrhouso Tr Co Ltd, tr I)
Kenpapnliuil and hsb to i: If 1'
LATJCR DAY SAINTS, REORQAN.
Church on King street, near Thorn
9:tr, a. m, Sunday school Lesson
tuple; "Under tho Yoke." Classes In
both Hawaiian and Ihiglish.
II n. m. Monthly nrnvcr and sac.
rament service. All members shfnild
inako u special effort to ho presont.
h f.:on p. ni Zlon's Ilcltgin Literal v
Soelctj. Lesson topic, "Tho lonl'M
Supper. Also muslcjtl and lllcraiy
7: IG p m, ICvenlng worship. Ser
mon In imgllsh by tlio pistor.
t Wo Invito Investigation as to tho
truthfulness or the message vvhkh
,wo are bearing to tho world.
i:vcr)(ine Is welcome to our servi
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Ilcv. Dnrcmm Seudder, minister;
Itev. A. A. Kbcrsolo, nsslstunt mill.
I(lblo flclusil nl fl:.ll) a. m.; W. A
, Morning worship, U o'clock; cor-
moil by Itoy. Charles J. 11 dor, D-D
a Christian Kndoavor, li:,lt p 111
Kvenlng worship, 7:Su o'clock; ser
mon bj Kbv. Charles J. Itjdcr, D I),
Now Yirk, s
"v 1 '
v The bmly nf Homer Dlmon, the 18
viar-olil )iiilli ot Arlington, Mass, who
was lost. In (hi; .lps on July G, bus
beer, round Imbedded lu the Ice III 11'
crevasse ot ji gladir on thftjildii of the
Hellt ilu Midi. '
A uititiiloiipn Irnfii of one iTilfulred
mid thirty ears, over a uilln in length,
,wn suit. (mm Impciat 'allcy(,Cali to
tf ? vef f vt
lrl, ('.,. v s.
I,. ....... i.,u 7
AIL 1.1.1. , isr,
U Tdatt 4jJal
A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE 6F
, UNUSUAL EXCELLENCE
American Plan Itoom vvlli Until nnd ,
Hoard from t 00 a V-y "
European Plan lluoin with Uath from
$2 00 a ly.y 1
( Special Monthly Rates
A hlgh-clast l-'umlly"nd Tourist lintel, i
Half block from Columbia Theater,
nnd nn lho edge, of the Retail Shop
ping District. Hycry room with Trl
vato Hith Positively rircproor. (
W. E, Zander, Manager
ROSA & CO.
Bottled In Bond
JULES PERCHARDS & FlLS
CALIFORNIA 8PARKLINO WINES
We Deliver U 'Any Part of the City
1 1 ', i k PHONE 3181
ROSA & COi,
Alakea and Queen Streets
IMnjrOJl IALK AT ALL 1AR1
Miiii At t,i 'i ;
KINO AND" NUUANU STREETS
Cream Pure Rye
LOVE JOY AND 0 0.
You'U And they're all good fal
"Ifs the Fashion"
notel nr. Fort D. H. Dariei, Pro.
The Wall Beaiitifier
i Old, dingy walls pro mado
bright, fresh and attractive by
the ute of this superior kalso
DEKORATO Is ready for In
stant use dpon lioing mixed with
Call and neo us about it
Lewers & Cooke.
177 8. KINO STREET
. i w 1
DO NOT PUT IT OFF U8E
Pau Ka liana
Will Do It
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