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HONOLULU, H. T. OCT. 2S, IK'Tl
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Xma & Febtf for Ike Dm'
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For Delegate to Congress.
I ("Respired Term With Con?nn6.)
"" iMUKL I'AHKJSIC
for Delegate to Congress.
(Kail Term 7th ConsrtwsA
"or Senators Island of Oahu.
W. C ACHL
liKUKOi: R. CARTER.
I'LAKWNCI" L CRAKHE.
For Itepresentatives Fourth District.
W ILL I AX! AYLEUr.
A. J-. GILFILLAN.
VM. II. IIOOT.S.
J. W. KBIKI.
" O. M. ROBERTSON.
"or Hepreaaatatives "Fifth District.
VV. J. C0KLH0.
JI. It. HITCHCOCK".
J. L. KAULUKOC.
JOHN C LANE.
i. l a!:anim:ss.
JOIN OOR BBADINO CIRCLE.
Mftny iMiople wijl buy today's Ipsuo of
Abe Republican who mt? uot regular
MibtcrlboTR. To thoso occasional
we wish to say a fow words. In
reading today's Republican we believe
you will liko it. We bollove you will
HKo the -way U presents tho news. That
y0 will feel that the flw cents
for a copy of the paper was well
If that be bo read The Republican
Qftener. It 1b printed every
day in the week except Monday and Is
a live and progressive papr. II prints
moro tocal nowe of Honolulu and Honolulu
people than any other paper
nubliehwl in tho city. It is a reliable
family nowspapor. Now that you like
what you havo eeon of tho paper today
lot ws wind it to you for ono month.
Thtia if you don't liko It, stop it. Bnt
try it for a month anyway and we will
tako our chances on your evor stopping
It You need Tho Republican if you
want to keep woll informed on tho daily
happenings of Honqlulu and the news
cf th wqrtd.
C0NSU3fJBKS DID KOT SHARE.
The Jobbers of Honolulu-
who havubeon complaining
about tho advent of drummers to Honolulu
are not the only ones who haT.
u Rick coming about the trade of
The article from the New York
Coimflorulal published in Tho Republican
on Friday morning and this
morning show that Honolulu Jobbers
ami wholesalers havo boon receiving
their goods from the east at export
prices thus purchasing them cheaper
than tho San Francisco Jobbers coulti
do. Now these Jobbers and others in
tho east are complaining of this and do-'
daring that shipments to Honolulu and
Hawaii should be billed at domoatla
rates: that bllllns them at export
price is discriminating against tho
rvt of the United States. The fact
that dcalvxs .have been purchasing a
largo portion of tholr goods at export
prices will be nuws tv the people who
do tho baying. They certainly have not
received any of the benefit of those
lower prices to Hawaii dealers aad will
very natnrafty: haw little sympathy for
the iocul johbers in their fight against
the drmmors from the coast, as it Is
generally Relieved, that tho advent of
aie drummer -will result la lower prices
for tho consumer.
THE IK SOLENT LTJKEK TBUBT.
ThcJin: to the Federal law upon the
quagtioa. tho lumber trust of Honolulu
will havo to b? Xf course the lumbv
doalera clalni thoro is no trust because,
as they say, they sell at the saao prlco
to one and all. They, do not deny,
however, that circular jjrico list
"Lumber Price List adoptex! by
Allen & Robinson, Lowers &. Cooke
sgicl Wilder Co., to take elect
March 3, 19W."
It thai, is not & combination o eon
troJ prices then we would like to knpv
ct comMaatioa formed by ttf oai
a!ere of San Francisco which Judr j
Mat-row declared "ne3L It shows- thai
there exWi an agreement between Use
dealers' to ax prices and prevent -on-petition
and snch action is la restrain
of tnuJe A few months ago an Oat- ,
laad lumber dealer snipped a cargo of j
lum&er to this port Intending to start j
a yard here and after receiving perm!- j
ston from the Superintendent of Pa"- ,
lie Works to land his lumber nor th j
tyov city tail! not far from the King j
street bridge, found It impossible to ao
po becanse between the time of receiving
the permlesloa from Mr.
and getting his Teasel towed to
the dock a lot of piles owned by
& Cooke were damped on the dock
bo an to make it impfiJbie for Air.
Reed to unload his lumber and
of this condition of affairs iere
A member of the local firm which
preTentd iir. Reed from landing his
cargo afterward told in the ofike or a
wholesale lumber company la San
Francisco of how they had kept Mr
Rd oat of the fleld in Honolulu aad
how he finally sold his cargo to them
rather than be put to further loss. All
these facts aro ia the possession of The
Republican aad will be placed before
the United States grand jury at :be
proper time. But then there is no lumber
trust in Honolulu, Oh no.
HONOLULU MUST WOES.
Every resident of Honolulu believes
in the future of this city.- He believes
that it is destined to become a great
city and the metropolis of the Pacific
Ocean. But if this desired boon
Is to be accomplished our people wai
have to bestir themselves more to bring
it about than they have done In the
past It is not enough to sit idiy Dy
and say "Oh well it will have to come
any way; there is no place else that can
become the cross-roads of the Pacific '
That spirit will ruin any city no matter
what the location. It was that spirit
on the part of the old residents of St
Louis half a century ago which enabled
Chicago to go ahead of SL Louis "and
today- Chicago has three times the
population and does more than four
times the business that 3L Louis Coes.
Cheyenne, Wyoming, secured tne
Union Pacific railroad and the roadb
repair shops and then Cheyenne
thought all the eastern elope of the
Rocky mountains would have to pav
tribute to her. Denver was sidetracked
a hundred miles away on Cherry Creek
and of course could never become a
serious rival of Cheyenne. But Denver
was peopled roth, a class. -of citlzenn
who were not content to let weil
enough alone. They wanted a city
built on Cherry Creek and they believed
it could be accomplished. While
Cheyenne sat still Denver began reaching
out for what she wanted. She got
the Burlington railroad to extend Its
lines to Denvor; then she Induced the
Santo Fo to run Its lines into the
mountain metropolis. Denver peoplo
organized tho Denver and Rio Grando
railroad and put their money into It
and threaded the mountain trails with
a lino of narrow guago railroad that
reached every important mining camp
In tho stato. Donvor people built smelters
and tho city bocame the shipping
point for ores from tho mountains. All
this time Cheyenne sat still relying
upon hor position and Tier raliroad
shops. What is the refeult? Today
Denver is one of the most beautiful cities
on tho continent with a population
of 130,000, while Cheyenne Ib a typical
railroad junction with a population of
less than 10,000.
Other instances of what cities hf.ve
done that have gone after things instead
of sitting still and waiting Tor
things to come to then might be cited
by the score. People of Hawaii wanted
annexation to the Unl'od States for
years and it was talked of and hoped
for but nothing was ever accomplished
until tho people went after it When
they went after annexation It did not
tako them long to get It. So It is witn
trade and commerce, and capital. Seattle,
Washington, Is a splendid example
of what a city can do that goes afer
what It wants. It ia In- marked contrast
to what Portland, Oregon, was for
many years, and is yet in man ways
although the city on the Columbia is
waking up to the fact it must bestir
Itself if it wishes to keep pace with
its more enterprising neighbor. Evn
tho slow-going and conservative old
Oregonian of Poi tlarni arous J itself
enough to pay the followlig trib'ite to
Seattle a few weaks ago
"You never hear Seattle whining
that somebody Is getting its business
away from it Nobody gets 't
away. You never hoar it calling
mass meetings to find out who is
to blame for the loss of its Alaska
trade. It doesn't lose it- You
never hear it denouncing census
bureaus because Seattle's enumerators
have been too laty or careless,
to tako tho full population.
They always take it. You never
hear Seattle men complaining that
some railroad or other has got
them hi its grasp. They get together,
and if there is any grasping
to bo done the railroad is up
against It. You never hear them
crying about the relentless oppression,
of Its telephone monopoly.
They order out their instruments
as one man, and the monopoly does
tho crying. You never hear of thelr
walking tho floor because thy cant
get money for their local enterprises.
They get the money and the
other fellow walks. You never
hear them raging because other
towns are noticed more frequently
In Eastern papers. They simply
get their notices In and let the
other towns do the raging."
That's the way Honolulu must do if
her citizens desire her to grow and
prosper and become the great commercial
port that all believe she ought
and can and will become. But business
wont como if re don't reach out for
it. Industry sad energy aju! entorpris
will in ftl&Bt saoarsl tdvAntage.
not accompwieO by these, every ttme.
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TKE HONOLULU BEPUBLICAN, SUSDAY, ;ocro BER 3 19no.
VALXTE O" ADVSKTTSTNG, .
.sala The KepablKaa desires to till.
attentfoo. xa th valti f
I3UU1MUJU tf d W4AAW&. -- " J
several occasions pointed oat tasmrtnyj
benefits to be derived from,
ing toarist travel to came this irsy.
ia one of the most Talc-able
contributloss to a cvnmuaity
that It can hare. This ha3 bea. dem If
onstrated by ihe experience of Southern
California, which, despite the wlii
specnlalive boom of fourteen, years ago
and the consequent collarse, has
to go ahead and prosper &3 a re- fff
silt of a large tourist every j
The railroads of Colorado have learned
the value cf tourist travel and they
vie with each other for it. In the summer of
of 1S&3 core than. 30.000 tourist
tickets were deposited with the Joint
awnt rf the railroads ax the imJoa dc
, j . nnnt!at atn
poi in lksi er luu mui t; uwi ,,viv. i
were deooslted with th asect tti'w
year, iaese tourists -were peopie i
means who sought recreation and
amusement In the btaatilul tuonnta.'g
of the Centennial State during the headed
period of tho eastern eumci r.
Tnere are many thousands who desire
to escape the rigors of the eastern winters
and who woidd come to Honolulu
instead of going cisewhert we
would but invite them to come and tell
them something of what we havo here
and of our wonderful winter climate.
Start the work and it Is surprising
the amount of free advertising th follows
as a matter of news. An rnstance
of this can be cited in the experience of
Phoenix, Arizona. That towa. has done
a great deal of advertising of its attractions
as a winter resort in the last
five years and a recent number of ths
Naked Truth, a newspaper !n Boston
devoted to the interests of advertising
"Phoenlr, Ariz., a new town in
the midst of the desert, began
reaching out for tourist travel i
1S96. A board of trade waa organized,
under which thousands of circulars
and pamphlet3 were
and distributed, setting forth
the advantages of tho dry winter
climate of .Phoenix. The town
has not more than 10,000 population,
yet the number of wlntpr visitors
last winter and the jear before
more than equaled the natural
population. Theso people leave
thousands of dollars with the 1 ?'al
tradesmen during thtdr winter sojourn.
They are, for the most part,
people of wealth, and are willing
to pay liberally for what they
want They stop at the het hotels
and boarding houses; they buy
many articles Indigenous to tho
country for kcesajcis aad
they are. most liberal patrons
of the livery stables ana loci'
storekeepers. Some one with - bnt
for figures has estimate J that every
winter visitor is good for an expenditure
of not less than ?lu0 a
This reading notice in Naked Truth
could hardly have been purchabed at
any price yet who will say that it is
not worth hundreds if not of
doiars to tho town sltnatod. In the
midst of the Arizona desert With moje
than ten times tho wealtn possessed by
Phoenix it seems Btrange that Honolulu
can not show at least the ame energy J
to obtain tourists and n;vr capital that
thie desert town shows.
THE TBULT GOOD ADVERTISER
That emjnenUy respectable journal,
the Advertiser, in its purity of heart
and conscience does detest faking. It
abhors a fake and any other newspaper
that commits a blunder, no matter by
what means, is a disreputable sheet
that has no right to exist It Is instant
ly denominated a faker and a falsifier.
Of course the Advertiser can do this
it never fakes. It never tells
Conger eel and shark stories of great
luridness, palming them off as oer true
tales of the Honolulu water front and
Yesterday morning it gave another
evidence of its carefufnesa as a news-gatherer
and a proof that It doe? not
fake. Miss Adele Widditleld departed
for Manila on Friday where she is to
become the bride of Lieut. Bowel' QtJ
the United States Army. Theio wu
a great crowd of the friends of the
young lady at the wharf to soe her off
and a number accompanied the transport
some distance to sea In
Archie Young's launch, the Water-witch.
Despite the prominence of the young
lady in social circles the
with its customary stupidity, failed to
secure the news of Miss WiddifielJ's
departure or to find out anything ah itt
the large delegation of friends who
were at the wharf to bid her Godspeed
on her voyage. Late Friday nisbt
a rumor drifted fhto the ofSc of the
Conger eel and shark editor that some
young woman prominent in society hail
departed tor Manila on tho transport
Grant Who was she? What mnereI
that to a man of -vivid imagination who
could tell of Conger eels being dispatched
with the ever faithful axe?
Someone had gone, that was till there
was to it, and a story of the departure
had to be forthcoming.
So a name was invented alcag with
the rest of Hie story, ard a "Miss Virginia
Peterson" was crcatttt from he
brilliant brain force of the paper which
keeps Conger eel stories oa tap.
stood on the deck in a "dark-red
dress of plain material." She had ben
"the belle of a little town In tho
of western North Carolina." And
then follows a graphic story about a
young surveyor from
in the war against Spain sad
anxious moments ef waitias iy wo
anient lovers, told in a way that would
put to shame even Mrs. E. D. E. N.
Southworth. The bride to ?je was. pictured
as having shipped on the Grant
as a maid, her money naviag giv i rnx.
when she reached Saa fraicteco (sis).
Oh yes, it is a "Treat story and told
in Ow; Advertisec ut thr
the A4vorti9B sever fakes. It may
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U A Loiingei
Did yon hare oocasj&o to- p akt any
ueivr., c .
o I tjs; your poc&etbook was sa-1 m, .
txsenr'r fat to eoabl yoa to hire cab I .
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awav from yonr o5of. Tbe raias of the
past w itk, it atrtss to ae. h&cld xZord !
u5t ' lest Iioa oa the
nf fifLrit3 snt? Tstt.
alft) m btatBtx tg dtrini .
Euuucipgl A it i lot.
is a"jcreai, vOlai wiu
the it misersb" stnet whea it rias J
a; other WC of its si ia k IToited j
E"?a the towns of Ccha are bet
ter fcitusttd in that nfapd than iloaolala,
for iLsre tiy cave narrow walks badcf
es zui cobble atua pavaswita
in ia scinier citit.
What Uowwulu ntHU jot now Is to
cad th'J u , for seething like S200,0(W
and expand the iiitire auount on rreet
iwjoi clients- But without a city
1 da uot lor the life of rue se
haw anthac of the kind ian be done.
12 ve hnC e. city sovermaent the city
ttolI ko to the lesirfature xt winter
and jret n bi!" i i scJ fleraittlcs the iwu
nace ' onda an3 haVi a trt improvement
bill paaed providing for onhaif
of cot new pavimj o be Mved
acaiast adjoining prorty and thj
to be paid from the
hon-Ja. That "js 'the ncthod that wa
adopted in los AncJe, California aDUt
tea veers flo. whn th city found
must be cone about Imrrovins th
fr. j. an' the rult la a lot o: we"
partd stream in thai city today. The
Bam" plan his been ftdted in many
rjti'js on the uwmlind and ia deamed thl
mast eiuit,Hblj ever devised. Every part
.1 th city benefit from hapsovtaenta
of even a single ktreet, and it is but rijrht
that all the city should bear aone of ttw
pviMn atd It is also but right that adjoining
property ehoald bear the major
iwrtlon of the ixpense. I Ixojvj 1 may v
t lh louc enough to see a city
KOwrnment atal'l'shed in Honoluln
whiclj the citj can grow and -prosper
and Improve flj it ought tp, but never ran
do under tlie centrciized system.
And nppaking f needed Improvement,
heru are in the wS of trat extensions
thnt to be mode, aad if we
l.iid a eky government be made in
a short time. The txoablu about extvnd
mg streets In that property owarra have
invariably akoi an enormous price for
their property which stood in the right
of wn of the trfei, uotwitUitifldinc he
Tact th.it tiro extehsion off a sfree
through th property Sdd hnmeaxnraUv
to '".- rtlin. S'J'ili WfB the cuif in the
extension ot aeyii! street to A Junction
with MUlsr and Punchbowl, acft In 5
extws'on of Kukul street One of the
street extiitiUftlj pecily heude.3 is tb&
fiteiiilon of Fort Street eafct to a Junction
with Fivnoc rojd. ilere is auothcr
wf propertj' owners deuiandinir pay
for a street citecMon and Improvement:
hlfh wo t i add to ths
vale- of o Uie ubutting property, yci
the owners dcruaud ity from the Territory
fi the of ay for the street.
I xras talking to Supeiintimdont
of the Public Workb tjwut this
iniprveoient s fhnrl time ago and he Raid
that it the property owners up then;
would gpt orether and ncroe to deed to
the Territory the right sf way for the extension
of Fort street he would guantnt"
that it world bejpened through at onoj
and tho ntrvet lMttcudamlzw" and put In
"The pr6iert. owners can well afford
to do this," aid Mr. McCandleM, "but
instead of that they want thd territorial
official to pay them for a right of way
Uiat would inure to their trivarc benefit,
and T for on? am oppoaed to doing anything
of the kind."
1 could, not but agree with the
of jiUMIc work in hii view of
the matter, hut with a city government
the right of way could be condemned and
the damages and benefits to each and
every property "oHer adjust! by. a jury
or ajipinted for. that purp&w.
The tr aule here in the ptwt ha been that
all jurys te r iwese daniagM fcr extenaion'
of Btreets havu"'act,id npon'the' principle
that each and every man whoea land waa
taken should -be paid for iir instead of
reckoning hov; aiudi he had heen benefi0!
iiy the street extension and making him
pay nccordingly. They do thav things
vter whore they have mnuiclpai
uient. I havr a- street to be ex.
tended or widened where the
croeiuc ro nuiittiug propr more thnn'
offset any damages awardtd, when the.
matter wa asidered by a jury of m:ij
who did uot go the principle that!
the goi prnment ahouUl be mulcted regard-'1
less of whethT or not private indivlduila'
were benefited" asorc than the
Om of the tt short atorie? I have'
for socio time emanated f rpm"n" ua..
tive boy ycstrdayj For aotne daya the
Sopublicon coimaitte hs lieea"
way hat band on which vy printed the.
motto of HawiL "Ua Mm be ea. o ka.
aina I ta pono." tThe life vf the land f
etabliked it, rkhteousnes. Thin native
boy iiys that this" n"itto hald irT iut t
nuff l tt niuu kc ua o ka aina i ka hewai"
which being interpreted in the vernacular
of the flay means '"The rronble nth
:" there is too much taUn."
Still TvHlv IvUt an Jhat Site
HcpuUT.ui wtLkUv have steHeii waartag i
bUck.itvwtt&y;. IL? s yrilow all ths
ruga just no,w. 4
,,, a e
Awl by fteway ona o2 thoaajreUow
rlhl5ri came ner cafcims
cup ti.d c'ne of t! ribbon rs aa trabotita
ttq the'tSn.of Edard Hart's 5-Mr.
Hart Ia artisaa of the p9rt"djr
ind K. W ovar
the- afTair H coold uot sw &ri there j
waa any joka ia sah He admitted
tiUii ds tR MIgl' Ml tie
for om ct the
E4Tia'vif ttt3 oa'&U
dos's aU. Ni b!v waa ax&$
Vhai Is aceded iaHencialu h a caite
or law tfeat will' prevt at !aryca.
from pntlns :Mr oa libaa
or suj hdJHcaac It fe keaf aaawajk
to have thea ear coftkra, cab ai aklrta.
w?tt h tc tiRi
u. T r xetTafcIe a. U
omld he fer s printer to parade hi lav
vvnts canL It will ce do to
:bat it h to th Matiaca-i
tins to do so. It cC fkxss by tbe
Lscdr?eA ia the fctstes. awl
caaaot do it oa bJack axksiKs h
electric wirtcjr of JheJadkiary
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cotabiy tree ia the Um:-d timr. jj.
. t, . .ij ..
rrj cocrt IWii A if-l
sad dt;r acef ai.
Li it trse tht the hoc rasnbertag
postponed w iaexcBsaNy bcacs of
rivalry in the Issatsj of the first di-
rottorr of the Territarr of Hawaii" U
so asserted, and as the Ecaberiac wits
purposed dtsfrred, seecainsly with-
out excuse, it looks as though the tory
might be rru1, aad it is bad to have
ach an impression go forth. '
A hackmaa who has not been la the
Jtjss enough to grow rich told
'me c cood joke one of the rainy nights
re vntlj. il second oa the stand,
whea a regular customer who lives just
lyi tho of the limit came up
and wanted a hack to go home. The
ana whoe hack wa. firt oa the stand
and who tara it was to answer the call
refsd to take the customer, turains
his o?er -to the next hack. The driver
who did this owns a ?tnns of hacks and
has crown rich at tho business, so he felt
he could tvra down a customer with as
siurh impunity n though he was a member
of the lumber trust- No. 2 took the
home end on his return wn
hailed by myself and a friend to take us
lown town. We were scarcely seated
when the hackman lecan lauchinc and
: "Well, that's a cood one.
Jis wouldn't take a customer Ncftuse
he w&5 a 'long drive' and tqrneTl him
over to we. Now I pick up two customers
on the return trip. That shows
m that it ain't a coed thins to turn
away a parront When I'm fiit on tho
stand I'll take any who come. Tocnrdle?
-, the haul, tor you never konw what you
gain by it." All of which was pretty
good philophy. THE LOUNGER.
The Republican publishes this morning
the first of" a series of four articles on
ronstitut'ojal law and expansion bs
Ic.iac Lole Strau?. Esq.. ot Baltmore.
Ml., a prominent attornev of that city
and u well known authority of "ecu!
works. Thee articles, should command
the careful attention of every reader
of ft newspaper and they will ot forth
much argument on the questions involved
not heretofore presented by anv of tho
ftrgifme"ts or decisions rendered in Ha
wall npon the subject. The second article
will be nnbtkhed on Tuesday and
tho otbi .Yom day to day thereafter.
Ttenilora of the Sunday papor who arc
not regi'ar subecribers to the daily &hovli"
insure tin? r viding of these articIeR ty
"rdfin; the rtafly for one month. th first
thing Monday morning.
A number of the buxinesi men tell in
today's Republican what they think ought
v "hi done w:th that ucly iroi fence
around the capitol grounils. A few have
an erroneous idea that takini; it down
wonld involve conBldernble expense. The
work of removing it ought to but
very little, awl there is no good reajn
why it not be removed.
Stockholders in the Kamalo Ssigar
eompany now want all that paid-up stock
that the promoters secured. That's
VThy, at this rate there won't be
hi promoting, sugar companies
in Hawaii pretty roon.
When congress makes the necessary
appropriation for Pearl Harbor, Uncle
Sam will find a way to secure the
land, and he won't pay any outrageous
prices for it either, such as have been
Better sidewalks and better paved
streets is what the people of Honolulu
demand, 'and to secure them they must
have municipal government-
MunJcfpal government is as nef.vry
for the advancement of Honolulu as
m?nlthy'7od is for the growth ofian
For" a people who 'have been whipped
into sifhraisiion. the Boers seem to be
"sloping the British troops pretty active.
Today's Republican consists of ten
pairw. See that you get n complete pa-
McClellan, PoM ICol
"Real Estate Insurance liivestmeut. I
Besidence Sites on
z?e scare, and held at
increasingly high prices.
WE offer a very choice corner with
cottagecommanding tho ...
Ocean View from the
Harbor to. Diamond Head.
' PRICE $3,700! "
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WaTCHMAXEK t JEWELERr
30. s xzsra t." AXxuuAjru
P. O, Box 1Q20.
m -n TrnTrtfC
krQCKS AlKD BONDS-
All Isfend Stocks Bought and SoW
on Orders promptly
Lota oa Fort Sc
Lota ga Kias St
oa Kteaa 8C
Lots on LasalUo 9L, ?
Lots oa "Wilder Ave.
Lots oa Speaeer SL
Lots on Prospect S.
Lota ia McOulla tract.
Lots at Waikiki.
Eight acre laad Na YaUay,
Lots oa the tait&llmeat plan.
Hoo&sa and lots everywhere
prices to suit.
5-room home and lot oa Installments-
6-roam houae and lot.
7-room house and lot ott
10-room hoaae and lot, tenaa to
I have bargains in houeea and lots,
all sixes, shapes and prices, and will
take pleasure la showing any or all of
them. I haTe what you waat if you
will lei me know -what It la.
A beautiful corner 200x200 fwt situated
in the best residence section of
Honolulu. Will exchange for sugar
stocks, Kihei. McBryde, Waialua or
any other of the old line of dividend
paying stocks. This is an excellent
chance to make an exchange to your
EJKG OT PHONE 806.
Came King and "Bethel 6TectA.
R. W. ATKINSON
EHPUfflWI -: iWIEilt ft
ri Merchant S,
PE7LE'8 : EXPRESS : 0FF16E.
I HE man that is content to
whisper down a well.
About the kind and quality.
of goods he has to sell,
Will-never make one-half as
As he who climbs a tree and
LL ABOUT THE SICE
THE HEW EHW BAKEBT
8erves every morning and noon in its
cool Lanai, and which only a first-class
Bakery could afford to furnish:
at the price. Booms reserved for
We make up lunches, also cold sliced-ham,
cheese and sardine sandwiches,
in any quantities, for basket picnics,
New EiglaMl Baktry
j. oswiLi Una, omr.
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P. C. Jones $- -Sar
a H. Cooke - xv"". X?i.
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Claus Spreckels & Co.,
HONOLULU. - - - H.T.
Saa Francisco Agents The Neva."
National Bank of San Franctsoo.
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TBAN'SACT A OESERAL BAmcniO
AXD ZXCHASOE BUSINESa.
Deposits Received. Loiuis Made ou
Approved Security. Comraercial and
Tmvelers' Credit Issued. Bills of
Bought aad Sold.
COLLECTIONS PBO"SIPTX,T ACCOUNTED
BISHOP & CO.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BACKING
Commerciid and Travelers Letter .of
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Principal Cities of the World.
INTEREST allowed on fixed deposit:
SEVEN days notice 2 per cetiL (This
form will not bear interest unleus it
remains undisturbed for one mouth.)
THREE MONTHS 8 per cent, per annum.
SIX MONTHS 8 per cent, per annum.
Twelve Months 1 per cent. pi
WE WOULD CALL YOUR
spepiai attention to full
S. S. CORSETS
ranging from $1.25 to
$3.00 a pair (these are
extra good value.) , r
A good assortment of
and P. D. CORSETS always
on hand. -
No. io, Fort Street
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