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It Fays to M w Hesi
Contractor and Builder
42 Punchbowl Street
Telephone BLUE 1701.
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
T'.epboae White SOL :
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
OSce and Stop:
T2 Eeretanla, Near Alapal Street
SEWER WORK A SPECIALTY.
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street.
THE DENTAL SPECIALISTS.
No More Dread cf the Dntal Chair.
KEEP YOUR HORSE
Where the feed is good, the con
ditions sanitary, attention kind
and prompt, and
James Brown, Proprietor
Teeth extracted and filled actoicttly
without pain by oer late scientific
taetbods. No sleep-prodHcing agents
or cocaine. These are the only dental
partem ia Honolulu that have the pat
eat appliances and Ingredients to ex
tract, fill and apply gold crowns and
porcelain crowns, Bndetectable iron
natural teeth, and -warranted for ten
years, without the least particle of
pain. Gold crowns and teeth without
plates, gold Slllngr. and all other den
tal work done painlessly and by spe
cialists. Gold crowr.s, $5; full set teeth, $5;
bridge work, $5; gold filling (1 up;
silver fillings, 50c
MASTER BUILDERS BRANCH OUT
in Membership Lists
Plans Now or Foot to Erect a"
Building Suitable for Require
ments of the Association.
the bead ? she Easier Builders' As-
,UI TT RE1
REIEV of the past fortnight ir frrartal Hriags reveals very ,
little change in the market, at' tv is v" held tightly, al- '
though there is a better feeling cxttrg an- g bankers and j
capitalists- As regards tlie outlook of tilings generally, we j
hare weathered the hard times in good shape until the present time, and '
now all the plantations are grinding in earnest aad sugar cargoes are ;
being rapidly orwardei to markeL
T1ii-m nf Ytf rvri Kant-irvr nciMtrtic mw inojtn-r ! tlinr rlwMr
Steps are beiae takes, by those at . , -t53 -.."..
aggregate 98451.839. iS.x With two banking institutions yet to be heard
from. Honolulu need not be ashamed of her couunercial progress.
Kona bugar Company has at rast secured a large loan, wnicli will
No matter what ycif are buying it always pays to get the best. This
rule holds gocd in ether things as well. It pays to patronize the
best laundry as it will always give you the most for your money.
In this case it is the most satisfaction and the least wear to your
clothes. You are saving money as surely when ycu buy gocd laun
dry work as in any other commodity.
si i i
sedation of Hoseb-Js te estabifeb a
isnd MSdeai to erect a bslWiazj
suitable for the purposes of y Asso-ienaye Company to liarvest its crop and continue planting opera-
ciatka. j riotis. It is expected that the Company wiM scon recover from its tem-
Wlth that objecs la view ctrcaiar j porary embarrassment. v
letters fcaTe bea seat to tb bastaees Sugar shares have been moving some. Olaa is the favorite, both
booses fa the territory wbose rete-j paid-up and assessable shares having advanced two points since the
tlons are are or fcs closely allied i of the year q.. miH fe wrking to perfection and the cane is!
resi extractive fc-i aR Excellent slaving. Oahu changed hands at Xinety-seven
A sunt has already been set aside! and a half; Waialua sold at Fifty-six, and Ewa has declined to Twenty
for the purpose. It is the present In-j three and a quarter: Honomu sales have been made at One Hundred
tention of those now at the head of : and Thirty; Onomea at Twenty-three, and Kihei at Ten Dollars per
the Association to resolve the organ!-1 share.
zatton into a Builders Exchange. The There has been considerable activity in Honolulu Rapid Transit
Association alms to take in the vari-jamJ Lanj Company stock at Ninety: a "few shares have been sold as
oas houses in the city tnat furnish it hj. as Xinetr-two and a half. The' total receipts of the svstcm al
""2. tthreShfortX j -' ' &- for December, amoumed to o?r Thirteen Thousand ,
Association has employed a secretary Dollars. This is a gam ox 'over Three Thousand Dollars lor any pre-
10 attend to the wants of the mem-1 vious montn since me system nas uwn m upcruuuu.
Item " Laundry Co.
California Hrarnsss Sfiop
Wm. J. AHNOLD, Manager.
HAS CONSTi-VTLY ON HAND A
CHOICE LIKE OF
imported and SJjOTJ
Fith; Live and Refrigerated Poultry,
Butter, Eggs, Cheese, Potatoes,
Fruits and Vegetables. j.!fll
Two deliveries daily to any place
within city limits t S a. m. and 3
rustomers desiring to have their
j'drs delivered are respectfully ro-Q'i-ted
to call and leave the same
prior to the hours above named.
Any work that should not prove sat
isfactory will be attended to free of
charge any time within 5 years.
j bers. J. D. Avery js holding this office,
j The membership is reported as
j steadily growing. The present list
i comprises; F. W. Beardslee, H. F.
.Bertleman, John Bowler. Campbell &
Pettus. J. B. Cogswell. Concrete Con
! stmction Co.. Ltd.. J. H. Craig, Donald
Currie, D. L. Davis. William Dunbar.
f A. Harrison 31111 Co.. Ltd.. Fred Har
rison, Hawn. Eng. and Const'n. Co.,
Hoffman & Riley. J. A. Hopper, T. H.
Kern, Lucas Bros.. McDonald &
Langston, John Ouderkirk. Pacific
Mill Co., Ltd.. William T. Paty, F. H.
Redward. M. L. Smith, F. J. Wilhelm.
We are making a specialty of old
crowns and bridge work; the meet
beautiful, painless and durable of all
dental work known to the profession.
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the besL We
have a specialist in each department.
Best operators, best gold workmen
and extractors of teeth; in fact, all the
. We wiirteliyou te .dncV-! un'brea because, yon love
ttWUJ HUUbJUUl tWift ,w. uj .- w- ,
examination. Give us a can ana you
will find we tfo exactly aa we adver-
Inter-Island shares have sold at Sixtv Dollars. The present quo-;
tations or this stock are: Fifty-seven and a half bid. Sixty-five asked. ;
There have been verv few sales of bonds recorded during the past
two weeks. ,
There is nothing new to report in the Real Estate market.
The mortgage "indebtedness of the Islands increased during 1901,
The mortgage indebtedness has increased since our last report.
"Why, Tommy, you are putting on
your stockings wrong side out."
"I know it. mamma. There's a hole
on the other side." New York Trib
He Precious. 4id you give me this
, Telephone Main
ICE .. ICE
Delivered to all parts of
Oahu Ice &
Phone 3151 Bluo
Room 4 Elite Building, Hotel St.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Office open from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Make appointments for evening
Wela Ka Hao Saloon.
? JUST vr&tju.
Tumble In some day!
McKENZIE fi. THOMPSON, Prop's.
She No, darling. I gave it to you
because I am tired of lending you
mine. Pearson's Weekly.
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
0 sHsmr MfissT litf-i lst
ALL IMPORTED GOODS of the very latest and most
stylish iashions. Don't forget, it will close on
Saturday. Jan. lsth. .
1 A. A. MONTAMO, Prop
H. F. DAVISON, Mop.
RLLNGT0N BLOCK. HOTEL STREET.
Phone Alain 311. P. 0. Box 57.
Towne My wife's new hat cost
Browne That makes a total of
Towne How do you mean?
Browne It cost me $1.50 to sit be
hind it last night. Philadelphia
"But none of the other girls seem
to admire my new dress." 1
"Is that so. Turn around. I didn't
realize it was so pretty as that"
Philadelphia Evening Bulletin.
"Truthfully speaking, sir." began
the poor young man, "I think your
daughter is without a peer.'
"So do I." snapped the multi-milli-onair6,
"and I shall find one for her
at once. You may go, sir." Phila
Opposite Club Stables
D. O. HAMMAN.
;? . 1 . . 4
ftndrevv Usher : oo.sf
The following instruments have been filed since our last report:
Assignment of Mortgage..1..
Power of Attorney - 3..
Bills of Sale i..
Agreements. i -.," -
Mortgage No per cent 29..
3.V.. . .'.
. SCOTCH iflZHISKEY "N0NE EQUAL"
SALES FROM THE HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
:;:::::: .;.::... ?. q
Remaining in the Honoluu Postoffice
Up to January 11, 1902.
Anderson, Bart Lucas, Hattic
Marriner, J S
Allen, Mrs L
Archer, G H
Allen, T M
Berry, Cpt H H
Brown. Cpt J W
Brown, W J
Burns. W M
Calniane, Mrs H
Chapin. F II
Norton, Miss I
North, W E
Palmer, F C (2)
Paris, Mrs Thos
Parker. J RT
Pierce, Mrs MA .
Clark. Miss Clark Redone. E
i LrS. fl
I . ,rKr$X tii
l I'-l. JSZZ9WJSfP lA'AMlfAMA
2 I. (J f U-..Afb.. I UIUIIIIIIIIU th
UGL V V 1 U tLFUUUHLr '
i CJiIViAiHv. ,
Horses ffTRl I
w 1 1 Ulll PSsS pSwSfiPiSIr lU UUl
81 "" 1 " ' xSaa' Ji, v ' J
Cockett, Mrs L
Cockett. Mrs I L
j Craig; May
; Decker. Jos
, Borland. P M
i Donnelly. Sadie
Puggan, R J (2)
Regan, J J
Reid. Dr R K
Rieger. AV M
Rice, Geo B
Robinson. T R
Rhoten. II H
J Simpson. Mrs B
Smith. E C
t ; Flor. Slgard Smith. K K
Gosllnsky. Mrs E Smith. Henry S
Grandin, Mrs F Smythe, Mrs
;u Guraesy, w H
HalL Anaie ()
HSas. E F
5 shares II. R. T. & L. Co., $92.50.
46 shares H. R. T. &. L. Co.. 90.00.
S shares Haw'n Sugar, $2S.00.
100 shares Ewa, $23.25.
15 shares Ewa, $23.50.
4S shares Oahu, $97.50.
10 shares Oahu, $9S.0O.
10 shares Oahu, $97.00.
20 shares Oahu, 595.00.
SALES OF HAWAIIAN STOCKS AND BONDS ON S. F. STOCK EXCHANGE.
120 shares Paauhau. $10.25.
35 shares Onomea S. Co.. $23.00.
50 shares Makaweli, $26.50.
25 shares Makaweli $27.00.
1000 shares Haw'n C. & S. Co., $99.75.
20 shares Haw'n C. & S. Co., $34.00,
30 shares Honokaa S. C. $10.00.
10 shares Honokaa S. Co., $10.124.
130 shares Hutchinson S.P. C, $14.25.
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PimMM-T 111 , i fi
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Following arc the current rates of exchange to the csimtr'.cg named
Jold Basis: v
Pacific Coast, 30 cents per $100.
Canada, 50 cents per $100. .
Atlantic Coast, 50 cents per $100.
London, $4.S9 per Pound Sterling.
London, Sixty Days, $4.S6 per Pound Sterling.
France, 5.10 francs per Dollar.
Frankfort. Germany, 244 per Mark. , A ,,
Auckland and Sydney, $4.95 per Pound Sterling.
Hongkong, 45 21-32 per Mexican Dollar.
Amoy, 47 per Mexican Dollar.
Singapore, and Shanghai. 4754 per Mexican Dollar.
Yokohama, 50 per Jap. Yen. v
Manila, Iloilo, P. I., 47?i per Mexican Dollar.
Hiogo, Kobe, Nagasaki, 50 per Jap. Yen.
'fi IS, OFFERING SOME
; BEAUTIFUL BEDROOM SETS AT
In AVII1TE MAPLE, IURDSEYE
MAPLE, OAK, MAHOGANY,
a; ASH, ELM and PINE.
grTJic Process OBloclc. TORT STREET J
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.?:MIS la lj
CONDON'S NIGHT PATROL
Buildings, Business Properly
Ships and Docks
PHONE BLUE 1211.
OFFICE: 1249 FORT STREET.
ACTIONS BROUGHT IN SECOND DISTRICT COURT.
A MODERN LIVERY, up-to-date in every particular, flrst-class
boarding. Rigs delivered and called for In any part of the city.
j ) i Lnaupile Ave
Si F. Tliorrjas, Manager.
Stacy, Mrs C .
Todd. Mrs John
Thompson J E
Thornton. W H
Vast. G H"
. AYest, Guy
Werner. Mrs J
A West Watson
White. A M
Wilson. Jas B
Woolsey. G S,
Wright, Sarah W
When calling for these letter .please
ask for -Advertised. v '
M Her Mice T
Hag(-n, Mrs G
t Krd. Thos it)
Hearne. E W
; Heen. Wm H
u Hoit, Miss A
v . ii.... i.t.. t-
, Isemen. Mr
j .lull, Mrs Anna
(l jacobson,. John
R Jewett. Mrs- W
W Jephson. Mr
James L. Coke vs. Eugene Devanchelle, assunip. ; judgt for pltf, S3 1.29.
Lee Kow vs. Lee Chan Yong Jan. assunip. : judgt for pltf.. $57.84.
J. J. Lyme vs. A. R. Hancockand iratclle E. Hancock, assump.
V. C. Achi vs. T. C. Polikapa. John Kanui. Wm. K. Kaleikuia. J. Keaw,
D. W. Kamaliikana. H. H. Kehua. doing business as Ka Loea Ka
laiaina: assump., judgt. for pltf, $264.51.
Chas. E. Moore vs. C. J. Holt, assump.: judgt. for pltf., $56.01.
Y. W. Wright vs. Territorv Stables, assump.
Lee Yun Kwai vs. C. Sing Kec. assump.
W. PI. Johnson vs. Territory Stable s,Ltd.. assump.; judgt. for deft.,
Susan K. Nye vs. Loo Joe, assump.: judgt. for pltf., $97.16.
Henry W. Howard vs. Frank Beverley, assump.
J. E. Fullerton vs. H. Klemmc, H. E. Peterson, assump.
Yick Sang vs. Lee JurLQieong, assunip.
Chew King Sun. And Hoy, doing business at Wo Tai Co., vs. Lung
P. J. Travens vs. David Kupihea. assump. : judgt. for pltf., Si 22. 10. -W.
W. Wright vs. Thomas Xott. J. A. Magoon gar.: judgt. for pltf.,
; M. J. Martins vs. J. M. Vivas, assump.; judgt. for pfatf., $285.20.
S. Kuhey vs. C. H. Brown, assunip.
Alatsuguma Jikichi vs. A. M. Brown, replevin.
H. G. Middleditch vs. Kailimai. assump.; judgt. for pltf., $104.39.
Gomes &: McTighe vs. J. E. Jardsn. assump. : judgt. for pltf., S5S.45.
The efficiency, brilliancy, penetrating power and general sat- c
J isfactiou, which our new enclosed type of ARC LIGHTS are
? giving recommend them to the merchant as the best light for 5
J store use. ,j 2
(-j Jensen, P
r James. TV
W j James
m Lcucks. F H
i I. IL Craig, i-ston cottajje. cor. Piikoi. 1204 Matlock ave.. $4,500.
j Hawaiian Carrfage Mfg. Co., i-story office. 423 So. Queen St.
vee Wo Qian, i-story kitchen, 1026 Nuuanu St., $175.
H. C. Easton. stable. 704 Hustace St.
Knmamoio. i-stor' store, 2449 Berctania St.
j N. K. Stnythe, "remodeling building, 1696 E. Punclibowl SL .'
f Yamamoto. addition to building, 1216 Beretanta St.
H. Hamado, addition to "store, 422 Liliha St.. $155.
Tone Kan. remodeline buildlntr. xx Kinir St. $60. ' "
T I kiiHiin Kilflrrr linii rr -TttrK Viitr?tnrr Tii-ir -n1 LTtt
St-.. $120. . "
Iwakanil & Co., erecting shed, mauka side Hoiel SL , j
Ytiai Sin Pat. 3-story wooden building, 1240 Berctania lane. 5 1,200.
Mr. C. C Eakin, of tlie Imerial Cigar Store, has been using
the new arc light for some time, and Says : "f find this nctv light
gives absolute satisfaction in every respect, ami I mould have
many such opinions as this, but tlie light is the
greatest recommendation. Can be seen at Manufacturing Shoe
Co.. W. W. Dimond's, Globe Clothing Store awl others. Fr
further information address
The Hawaiian Eleetris Go., Lid.
Iving: Street 2Sea-i .AJlceit.
M.. OAT, Postmaster
t( Uihtfj-datj j5J printiar at The Jli
publican aSw.Tfcc2e 215. ' - " .
E. W. QUINN Saag Qhju
plumber f Merchant Tailor
Manager of JBerrey's Commercial Agency.
Estimates furnished on First-Class
The Patronage of OTracra, 'Archi
tects and Builders Solicited.
P. O. Box .162.
115 Datoa SL.
No. 4 Hotel, opp. New Englani Ba2
aad Hotel street, orp.
SuiU.Made to Order in the Lattt
Styles. Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
(Clothing Cleaned;, Dyed and ReBafrei
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