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EVENINQ DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1912.
Mosler Safes Lead The World
Only Absolutely Non-Pickable Locks. One Hundred Million Combinations.
Exclusive Island Distributors
H. . Hendricks, Limited
Corner Merchant and
P '' i imwii
jimmi i ii mill n T'imw
I I '' I I
lluuiill.ili I lrl lligroo.
Vlnti.i 'l(iiil' Kegul.ir.
ah .iilitas raemtsr ol tfc
pfilf r rrrdlally Intlted to
iuud taeutlnri of local UdgM
Jlrol on tho
2ml mill llli
it h. 1'. Hull
;::to r. ji.
Mi-hi.i.i: i.oikii:, no. 8,
h. of P.
tf& Meets enory 2nd and 4th Satur-
?1'liiy evening at 7 3U o'clock In
1 K of P Hull, cor. Fort and
Deictanln. Visiting brothers
tordlslly iulted to attend
A V UUIITZ, C. C.
T F. KILIIUY. K. K. S.
IIOMH.HMJ I,()I)(iFCiflCit'. 0 KTrnnrnliiR be-fore tho sailing of tho'vea
. Honolulu I)dgo No 616,
r. j 1-iks, iiirum in
their hall, on King St.,
near Tort, ovory Friday I
flfc. evening Visiting
g era aro cordially
WI&I& to nttoud
A. 11 Ml'IH'IIY, H
H nUKSIIHll Sec.
(IAIIU I.OIMli: .X). I, K. of 1'.
, Meets overy first and third Trl
day at 7 30 o clock, I'ythlan
I Hall, corner Ilcrotunla and
Fort stieots Visiting brothers
cordially lnlted to attend.
1' A HAWKINS, V C
O IIHIXi:, K of It. S. S
IIAAIIA.V Tltllli: X), 1, I. 0. It. M
Meets eery first and third
Tiiosdny of cattt month In
rrntornlty Ilnll, I. O. O. F
building Vhitlug brothers
cordially invited, to attend
HKNIIY A ASCII, Sachem
LOUIS A. I'EIUtY, U. of It
HOMIMLi; Allllli: ItO, F. 0. K,
Meets on second and fourth
Kv Wednesday ovcnlng of each
montli nt 7 30 oclocK, In
K of I Hull, corner Fort
and Ilcretanla Visiting brothers are
Invited to attend
VM JONHS, AV. I.
J AV ASCII, Secy.
iio.sou'i.ir i.oikii: .no. suo,
I,. (I. 0. 1U
will meet In Odd Fellows' building,
Fort sticet, near Klng every Friday
ovcnlng at 7 .! o'clock '
Visiting bruthcrs. cordially invited
AMUHOSi: J WltlTZ, nictator.
II A. JACOHSON, Secretary.
Importer Fort St
Just recclvod by S. S. Sierra, the
vlry latest in fancy TAILORED
LINEN SUITS! alto ONE-PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE
HIGH CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRS. e. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
(Additional Shipping on Page S)
SIGNIFICANCE ATTACHED TO
ASANO'S TOUR IN CHIYO MAI
His Recommendation Believed' Sufficient to Work Important
Reforms in T. K. K. Service Windjammers Preparing to
Clear the Port Ship Frye Will Finish Sugar at Kahu
lui Claudine and Hall Represent Arrivals of the Day.
T Asann. son of President S AHnmi
Hie Ik nil (if Hie big 'lo)t Klsoli Knlslia
Mondays of:Mrvlei wan an intoiested spectator
jmul observer of the business methods
1 il ranee! in Hie handling of I lie liner
Chl)o Maru during t ho stn) of that
vssol al HiIk purl.
Young Annuo Is h wide awake Jap
anese, possessing an education along
western lines lie has iiecn Identified
with Hie Kre.lt steamship company for
home lime As a passenger In tho
Chl)o Mum, wlili Ii (onliniied tlio vo)
ago tn Pan Frniulsen jcstculiiy mom
I up;. Asano was eor) whcrei on thu
ship He firled Inlri the methods of
keeping truck of supplies, Ho Invest
tlgniid Hie sjstem of ncrounts pro-
.illttiK on board tho. vessel.
As one Kuropean steamship nfllclal
In the t'liljo Mam stated jeqte.rd.iy
set, "Asano now- has data jil his flu-
ger lips showing tho number of pints
of oil used In tho unc no room nor
mllo traveled "
man Is understood to fa
vor tho elimination of' while skinners
from the list of nnvlgatortt In tho T j
K K scrvlie. Young Asano Is declar
ed to bo n forerunner for tho expect-1
ed arrival of General Mnnnger If. Slil-
rnlslil or tho T K K , vflio Is to bo n'
passenger In tho Tenjo Mnru from Ja-I
pan on Juno 2.",th. Tho general mann
ger of tho company Is to niako a torn
which will include Germany. )
The absence of tho general mann-,
ger In l'lirnpc will result In tho ele
vation of M Isaka ns head of tho
company. Isaka is to make a. brlof
(all at Honolulu as a passenger In tho
SIiIido Maru In Jul). Ho will make
nn Inspection of tho business of tho
(imipnny nt Honolulu nud then pass
on lo San Francisco,
Few Vessels at Hllo.
Illlo shipping for the (lint of the
week has been repicsciitcd b) tho
bnrkeutluc Kllkltat discharging n
ihlpnmit of lumber and tho Mntson
Navigation steamer Knterprlse, taking
on the latt of a cargo of sugar. The
lnter-Islnnd steamer (Mainline, on leav
ing tho Hawaii port, took on n small
iimount of freight nnil sundries. The
Claudine arrived this morning with
100 sacks cane seed, a quantity of
empty bottles, wlno ban els and gaso
line tanks, 20 cords wood, and 23
packnges sundries. According to Pur
ser Klbllng tho steamer met with fine
weather on tho entlro trip, Tho Clnu
dlno lias been placid on tho berth for
dep.iriuie for Maul and Hawaii ports
at & o'clock Friday evening.
Hall Brings Word of Kauai Coasters.
The Inler Island steamer Noenu was
discharging general cargo nt porta!
along windward Kauai at tho timo of
Bulling of tho steamer W (1 Hall for
Honolulu 1 ho Htcnmor Nllhuii is ox
peeled tn nrrlvo hero within a fow
ijays, having completed tho dlschnrgo
o( general cargo nt lluualol and Will
men rno linn returneil tn iKniolulu
this morning witli COOO sacks sugar, a
iiunntiiy of empty wine barrels, gaso
lino drums ami 37 packages sundries,
The kI earner met with stloiig head
winds ami choppj beau on tho homo
,s ignr awultlug Bhlpmoiil on tho Isl
mil of Kauai Includes tho following
com igiiinenta according to n report
leceived In this city with the aiilval
of llu slcimei W O. Hall MAK 27,
tiOl,, (lt 1117, Mcll tr OSfi. KKII X
1MI, KS.M 350. VK 70, KI' ir,,730, KS
Co USO, LP ir.J5fi, OF 41,300.
Lurllne Will Tow Ship Frye.
wTha big American, shin William P.
Fryo, w'hlollls now lying at tho rail-
way wharf awaiting tho last of a con-
vlgutneut of sugar, will bo towed to
Knhiiltil bv Hie Mnison Navigation
Rteamer I.iirllne on nrrlval of that ves
sel nn June ."illi. The l'ro will coni-i-
plele sugar enrgo al the Maul port
destined for the east coast of tho Unl
ted Slates. The l'r)o with her sugar
shipment Is to call at Delannie break
water for orders. The ship leprcscnts
the last vessel under charter by tho
Supnr FactorB (Company. '
Transport Logan Making Good Time. '
Tim I'nlteil Stales Army transport
Lognu. Is evidently making good tlmo
ncrcms Hie I'licllle, Judging from tho
receipt of n wireless message from
that vessel. '
The Lognn, filled Willi military pas
sengers, sailed fiom Manila May l."
and called at Nagasaki for a consign-1
incut ofjeoar. The troopship Is ex
pected In nrrlvo at Honolulu on Sat
urday afternoon, according lo tho ia
dlograin received al tho quartet tuns-,
tcr department. '
Prometheus to Return for Phosphates.
Another shipment or phosphate rock
from tho south sens Is lo bo brought
to the Islands In tho Norwegian
steamship Promotheus, which vessel
has been dlsclinrgcd of her cargo from
Makateo, and la being mndo ready for
It Is tho present Intention of Cai
tnln Jensen to dispatch his cnmmnnu
for the south Paelllc on Saturday, Tho
Piomctheus Is under ihnrler to mnko
another round tilp to Honolulu,
Thetis Prepares for Northern Voyage.
To liecomo tho honi'; of tho Alaskan!
floating court, tho United Stntes reve
into cutter Tbotls lies In tho at renin
Inking on coal nnd supplies prcpnra
torj lo sailing for tho Tar north by
Saturday. The Thetis will proceed tp
Hnnhiskn under comumiil of Captain
C. S. Cochran. Slnco I ho vessel mndo
her last northern pllgi Imago n general
overhauling nnd rclltttug baa taken
plate on board,
Blakeley Preparing for Sea.
Tho American schooner Illnkeley,
which has about completed tho dls
chnrgo ot n shipment of nitrates
brought from South American ports,
is being mitilo icady for sen. Tho
lllukcley will bo dispatched for Puget
Sound ports on or about Frldn), tak
ing ballast only.
NO FREIGHT ACCEPTED
ON WHARVES TOMORROW.
There will bo no freight received on
tho luter.lslniid vvlmrvcs tomorrow,
The W (1 Hull will ball nt fi o'clock
Friday afternoon Instead of tomorrow
people need more coal,
clothes and doctors
than the strong, robust
saves coal bills, tailors
bills and doctors' bills.
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(.Special Cable to Merchant'
Wednesday, May 29.
HAN I'KAXCISCO Sailed, Maj 2a
noon, H. S, Ltirllnc, for Honolulu.
r S. A T. I.OOAN Will arrive from
Manila Saturday afternoon and sail
for San Francisco Saturday after
noon or Sundnv morning.
l'.v.ssi'.Minis Aiciti vi:i
Per stmr. Claudine, from Hawaii
and Maul ports. Ma) 2!) W. O. Smith,
Mis. J F Ilcir)iiiiin, J. T. (Jrnves, CI
M. (i raves, (J. Itnsmiisscn, F. Holmes,
Ah Ping, I J, K. Fernandez, .Mrs. Kqr
nandtv, J. I'. Hughes, Jno. Fruzler
Mrs. It. K. Hunker, Miss II. Hocking,
M. Tonn, Mrs. Chang Yco, Mrs. Fat
Keo, Ah Soon, Clio) Kam, Chas. Holu,
K, Honda, S. Takbnkawa, II. Matmio,
H. Illrokawo, F. F. Ilaldwlu, Mrs
llaldwln, S. Decker, Mrs. V. S. Chll
llngworth. Miss I Wodchousc, S.
Per stmr. V. 11. Ilnl'l. from Knual
porta. May 20.-"tl. F. Vlckcrs, Mrs.
Punnknl, J. Ttv'lk'ch, .T rukil)a, K. Inn
shltu, Takcth. '
Major II. Frank Cheatham, of tho
quartermaster's department, lias
cabled Captain l'dwards, constructing
quartermaster that he will mi rive In
Honolulu June 12 Mnjtir Clio-itlmni'H
ill rival has been dela)ed several
times, the last postponement being on
tho eve of tils dcpurtuio from Sun
Frnnclkco, when ho was hastily sum
moned io,Kew York to give testimony
In n government law suit. Ho will
hnvo general chiirgo ot the construc
tion work nt Heimlich! Ilauacks and
Fort K.imohitnioiin, that has already
boon KturlPi, by Captain I'dvvtirds,
Major 'Chc.'itlliuii 'will In icnllty bo
chief quartermaster heie, but us no
such olllcer Is recognized in depart
ments, he will probably hold tho
paper titlo of assistant to tho chief
quartermaster of tho Western Divi
sion AUTO AND HACK COLLIDE
AND HACK LOSES OUT
James L. young, tho engineer
bumped Into n hack at Thomns Square
with his mnchlno so hard this morn
ing that tho hack was put nut of bus
iness, according to polico reports, mid
1'spluda Aknna. tho hnikmnu, In mi
nus his vocation tcmpoiarlly. Tho
accident Is said to liaSo been purely
incidental and to hnvo been caused
by the shying of tho hack horse,
which pulled tho vehicle suddenly In
front ot Young'H auto. Tho horso vvus
bllghtly hurt. Young told Allium to
have his hnck repaired nnd send tho
bill lo him
RAPID TRANSIT TO
APPEAL -PAVING DECISION
Currying out the mtloii tor-c.M In
mi Interview with Preside nt I. T'liney
Peck In tin 11 u 1 1 c 1 1 u. the Itiipld
Transit dlre-ctnrs have decided to ap
peal tin ndorso decision of tho Hu
prciuc Court on their strut paving oh
ligations to the United .Stntes Supreme
Couit The up pea I will ln Ilia 1 lu
Washington within u mouth, it Is
There Is a rumor going the rounds
that tin irnvul mllllli of the State of
iiHlilugtou Is to couio to Honolulu on
Its nuiiiiiil summer inline this )eui
nud that the armored i miser Puinsjl
viiul.i Is lo enrr) the nsmlsts nn their
trip Dispatches In Coast papers un
der iillejn date line state that there
Is ii posslblllt) that the Penns) Iviuila
will be employed for this purpose
Tho Pncllle Mall liner Nile, lenvlng
Honolulu Juno -Itli, will cairy tho next
mall to tho mainland. i
(Continued from Pao 11
trapping tho II) with many st)lcs of
traps, nnd great diversity of balls,
with exact detail of all results of
which have been supplemented by tho
use of various sprn)s on trees and
Irult Infested, distance of flight, points
of Infection, have all been noted and
It hns resulted In conclusive proof ns
lo ninny dctnlls.
"In Ibis work I bellcvo Hint Profes
sor Sovcrln stands nlone.
"I wns nt ono time led Into Inking
action ngnlnst Prof. Sovcrln's resenrch
In certain lines, for reasons, I believe
Iinve finally been shown, wore unwise,
"Wo wnnt tho truth nnd nothing but
the truth, and tlirt rqstilt 'of Prl(cssjr
Sevcrln's research I hellftvo to be lei
the good rather than to tho bad! '
"So fnr ns I lie bnnnnn Industry Is
I'lincernnd ho has found Hint tho fly
will breed In tho overripe fruit and
partly decnycO fruit, arising from poor
caro on the part of tho shipper.
"Hut that tho so culled standard
commercial banana Is absolutely liu
muno from nttack.
"Prof. Sevorln has severely crllbTz
ed the locnl Inter-Inland nnd Inter
"As lo tho merits of this I am not
fully posted but wo nil know that nt
one time Honolulu wns tho solo center
of Infection nud now tho pest Is found
pretty gonernlly distributed over tho
entire group This would scorn to
demonstrate Hint tho lnlri-slnn.il In
spection nt least has been Inelllclent
"Professor Severln through his no
tion has aroused the ill-will of certain
members and olllclnls of tho Hoard ot
Agriculture nud In icspcct to this 1
havo personally Investigated several
charges against Professor Severln em
anating fiom this source. Which I
have found absolutely unfounded.
"Although Professor Scvc'rln may
bo considered to have nn illfortunnte
personality, ho has done the'renl work
In regard to fruit-fly Investigation.
"We have nothing to fenr from tho
(Continued from Page 1)
decided upon until jestcrdny lifter'
With the departure of tho two men
the light Is cnrrleil up to the Cull'or
nla authorities Sovcrln's declara
tions ns to what ho Intends lo do be
came more nnd more empiatlc us, tho
time for Ills departure ncared, while
Weluland simply said, Jus', before tho
steamer left, "I am going to try to
prevent this man's statements from
helping to injure Hawall-Cnllfmnla
trade. Theto la no truth In them, but
they are very dangerous because ot
the fe-ar of California fruit growers
that Hawaii baniiuns nnd pineapples
will carr) the lly to the coast"
"Diiiiiiied 1.1c" -.Srirrlii.
Severln characterized tho attitude
of (ho other side as a "damned lie,
In nn Interview ho volunteered for tlio
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n this morning.
Iho light will now be waged on
tlio coast, nud will probably lako tho
foim of an attempt on Sovcrln's part
to make nn attack on Hawaiian meth
ods of fruit-fly control hefene the con
vention of the ' Southern California
Fiult Grtiwcis' Association, wjilch
meets nt Santa llarbaru on June 12.
It Is understood that Weluland will
take Iho matter up at once with the
stalo lioitlciiltui.il authorities, nud
will endeavor to provo to them that
Sovcrln's statements arc malicious
and line ailed for, which Is the way
they nro chaiactorlzed by tho oppds
Ing side heie
It Is believed that Severln will not
get it hearing befoie tho Fiult Grow
ers' convention unless ho flist gets
an indorsement of boiuo kind from
ho stnto hortlciiltmnl hoard
"This s(ory that I drunk savon cup
fills of whisky Is tho dnmudest lio they
can put up on mo!"
Such wero tho words of Prof. Henry
Sovorln of tho Collcgo of Hawaii, who
visited Iho 11 u I lot In olllio ycstoi
day afternoon nnd again this morning
to mnko detailed denials ot tho
chaigcs set forth In tho affidavit of In
bpector W. C Hamilton of tho Torre
loilnl Marketing Department yester
day. W. II. Melnetko, ono of tlio College
of Hawaii btudenlH who was with Hov
rrlu when thoy went with Hamilton
mid saw him Inspect tho bananas of a
Chinese) grower, unncnicd nt tlio
I'u Hot In nlllro with Severln tlilat
morning to back up his denials, did
not cutoi a denial that Sovorln had
taken whisky, but said dial lie didn't
drink seven ciipfuls, to tho best of
I Is knowledge!.
Taking up Iho allldnvlt, Soverln de
clared that Hamilton hnd first accost
ed him, ami pointed nut other minor
points which ho declared wcro Innc
uiintc On tho main point of his
drinking ho liibintcd that ho hua been
Ho also said thai Hamilton said,
"Some of these bananas havo to bo re
jected In ordor to hold my Job."
"Wo showed him bananas with
maggots In them, nud ho wns pnsslng
baunnns with dccn)cd ends," Insisted
tho Collcgo of Hawull Instructor.
BERGER MAY SELECT BAND ,
INSTRUMENTS WHILE ON TOUR
Cnpliilii llclnrkh Ilergcr, the vcternn
lender of the famous Hawaiian band,
who for forty venrs has faithfully
served his adopted cuuntr) under the
luniiareli), a icpubllc nnd a Terrltorj
of the Fulled States, departed for n
six mouths' vacation ns n passenger In
the Mntsou Navigation liner Hunnu-
Inn this morning, and bearing a com
mission tn assist In the selection of a
lieu- assortment of musical Instru
WntH. Iteprcs'entatlvci ot tlic cjt)''niid comi
ty government, were, .iiresent nt the
Hnckfcld wbnrf jit tho leave' taking of,
iiipininjiicrgcr to ms. nano. tsnmo
weeks ifgo1 tho supervisors passed on
appropriation covering J1S00 for which
o pur"yito'ncJt''lfciinil,lnh,riin.initH4 , i
lllds lo supply he munldp illty with
Iho needed Instruments imured Into tho
ollico of City and lounty Clerk Knit-'
niokalanl nnd when opened at n recent
inciting of tho boird It was found
that the) covered n wide vurlety of
figures for musical Instruments of ev
Duffy's Pure Malt Whlskoy
A pure distillation of malted
grain n sire tonic an aid (o di
gestion endorsed by 50 years pop
ularity iAiFWILY, MEDICINE, ,
Sold every wneVd Vn 'sKAIXn
IIOTTI.HS ONLY. Medic ul book
let mid doctor's udvlcu suit frco
on application ,
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co.,
Rochester, N. Y., U. S. A.
.Point Not Made.
, Severln also said Hint Hamilton
spoke of going to another field to In
spect and saying. "Tho baunnns nro
vvvorso down there (hero's no boozo
nt Unit place.
However, at (lib) jiolnt Alelncckc was
nsked point hlnnk vvlmt ho thought
Hamilton meant. "1 thought" ho
meant Ibat tho bananas were In worse
condition and moro would havo to bo
rejected,'" said Mclnecke,
Severln Insists Hint Hamilton has
been pnsslng bananas not on tho basla
of their cleanliness from pests, but
locnuso of his treatment by tho Chi
"When tho man was not looking 1
tplt out tho liquor," said Prof. Severln
ol tho Collcgo of Hawaii when ho call
id ut tho llu Ho tin ollico lalo )es
tcrday nftcrnoon to make n denial of
Iho sovcn drinks credited lo him by
Inspector Hnmlllon In connection with
(l;o call on u Chinaman for tho pur
rose of Inspecting his fruit.
"I took n drink. I wont out there
for tho purpose of finding out whnt
was being "donee In tfic- Inspection of
launnns and I satisfied myself that it
wns not demo properly."
"What tho inspector did la support
cyl ,by iwp credible wtnc8iCH,"Hall
Mr. Ilnrluiing, who called with Profes
"Yea, sr; wo nro point lo Cnllfor
nla It Vo are not stopped. This lnves
ligation of tho fruit fly nud thu bana
na has been going on ns n private In
vestigation," snld Prof. Soverln.
"I shall first present my data' to tho
entomologists of tho Unltvcrslty of
California, I shnll thou put It before
tho Stale quarantine olllclnls. Then If
theso gentlemen do not think It of suf
llclcnt lmpnrtnuco to plnco before the
frultgiouorH of tho Stale, why, all
right. What I object In is tho attempt
to pi event mo from carrying on my
work, scientific research. I wa
Mopped by tho Coljcgo authorities No
I shnll not resign. They will havo to
flro mo If they wnnt mo lo go.
"Mr. Hnrtnung lina been carrying on
Investigations Hint confirm my find-'
lugs. If tho subject la presented to
tho California fiuttgrnwors ho will do
It, aa I nm piovented from statng my
findings. Tho action of tho Hoard ol
Regents of tho Collcgo of Haw nil do
ing to that offoel,
"Tiioy mny (ry to 6ltp us from get
ting aboard tho Honoluhiii, which sails
tomorrow, hut Hint -will not prevent
tho fiiiUi going forward, tho reglbtnr.
ed mall will carry our fuels, whatever
the people beio mny do lo us.
"My hands nro lied by Iho ordor of
a tlmo. Thou I carried on tho work
tho ItegentB. I was told to stop my
Investigation. I stopped entirely for
In my room. I did tho work personal
ly. Mr. llnrtnung hns been currying on
a similar lino of Investigation.
"Yes, wo nro from Wisconsin, the
countiy of Senator LaFolletle, and we
know the Senator," commented Mr,
both Sovciln and llnrtnung aro aa
er) know n cUilllj- good, bad and In
ellfferent Captain Ilergcr will make n brief
cnll at several of tlio musical centeri
of the United States on his trip lo tliei
fatherland He Is believed to be bet
lilted to make the selection and III
the juircjiase of n new set of Instru
ments tho hoard will eloubtlesh be guid
ed by bis ndvlee and suggestions
Tile departure of Captain llirger
proved mi Incentive for u visit of many
tnwiispcdpU' iip"thc wharf j i
,1)10 veie-KHOWll lacicr(iwee uiiriy
molhcrejd lilt lutKrimd other, form f
smnlhcreid itilleilsjjiiiiil other foriics of
'floral tributes llnjslwed J'vV rrlencW
forinn.1 through. lomocnr3UC pleasant
for n 'number Vlf Jilirtlinfs nud proved
ii willing target for both the arm) of
professional us well ns amateur phot
Ills ussoiiates In the band rendered
n most fitting and appropriate program
.determined In their manner nud form
of speech ns If I hey welo being pur
rued by n band of Indians nfler their
be nips. Their dander Is up for fair.
Indeed, they nro porhnps much moro
excited than they would be If they bad
not been bottled up ami thus In dan-get-not'
"A P Melinnnhl toila) received Iho
liwaid for the construction of the dor
inllor) fir the lift)' Indudrlal si hoi d
at Wulnlec and Difrh was gnen
the eontrnet for the addition to bo
built to tin present dnriullor) nt that
piaie Mellon ild's tender was J0.:tt,0,
nnd that of Dcrrles wax $4Vi2
The other biddies on the mw dor
mitory were Freltns IYrnaiido7, til -131J
COO, ii ml Honolulu Planing Mill. U'.V
Itl'J The either tenders for the ad
dition were Me Donald, JStOO; I'reltiiH
K IVriiandi', Jioss, l.ord-Young lln
glneerlng I'o K.SUO, nnd Hnnoliilu
Pinning Mill tr.'00
The tontriiet for digging the dlleh
In rZiiplolnnl Palk veils nwardnl )e-s-terilav
tn M. Plennio for JJ70I
Tlio stenmer Hall has been placed
on the berth to sail for Knual purls nt
Ii o'clock tomorrow evening, tnklti'
1 nsscngcrs and general cargo.
Second -huud typewriter, desk und
ilmlr Address "W F C ' llullcllii.
ROOM AND BOARD.
Thu Ale'cud 1310. Fmma Ilcmitlfiil
grounds; leading room, piano und
all home comforts r2rn-"ui
Gomes Ilxpress 710 Fort, Tel lilt's.
Speilal equipment fni moving house
hold goods Prompt service with
unto truck, r2'n 'tin
W. C. PEACOCK & CO, LTD.
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
Merchant, Near Fort
' BEAUTITIE8 IN HCADGEAR
Aro Always Found at tlio
Boston Block, Second floor
3 K. UYEDA
1027 NUUANU 8TREET
Up-to-date Millinery and Men's Hats