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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 19. iocs
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Will Played on (lie
MM Grounds. ;
mil STANDS FIYE TO ZERO
SCOTCH, ENGLISH. AMERICAN AND '
SEE THE GAME.
St4 Play Shown by Both Sides and
Wanderers Do Good Work, Al-
, Ihwoh Plainly Outclassed by
Mafic IMnia Team Good Work
By Half Dozen Players.
A came of Association football took
iriare yesterday afternoon on the Ma-,
tiki ground? between the Maile Iiimae
and the Wanderers. Quite a large
o-rowd turned oat to see the pme.
which seems to be rapidly growing in
to favor, not only tbe Scotch and
Encitok residents of the city buin?
Breaeflt but abw a large number of,
Jjnericaaa and others. . Sa- There was some exciting play-
The Wanderers won the toss an.l ' ing some little distance from the Wan
Ocided to defend the mauka goal. I derers' goal. Boyle secured the ball
Waterhoose kicked off. Munro missed ' ami suddenly kicked for the Wander
rwo shots for the Wanderer's goal. ' era goal. It was missed by Goal
Tbe Mailes gained a corner, the kick j keeper Notley. and simply rolled
being made by Craik. who placed the 1 through, thns making the fifth goal in
ball well. The goal was wived by the Mailes- favor.
Goalkeeper Notify, however.
First Warm Scrimmage.
There was a warm scrimmage in
'foot of the Wanderers" goal and Mun-
shot for it bat mistted it. the ball
, wstag Just over the bar. An off side
clay on the Wanderer's part gave the
fftfle a tree kick. The ball passed
to towards the Wanderers goal re-
elitajc in a corner for the Mailes.
"raik kicked the ball from the corner
mtd Munro snot for the goal, but again
missed It. Ik-own. on a free kick, put
too ball near the Wanderers' goal. It
weured by Williamson, who enr-
ie4 It down towards the Mailes'
fa fitte shape. He lost control over
tbe ball, however, which crossed
SIKiMiOn AM aood work, carrying i
the ball towards the Maile' aval. He!
wn stopped br the Maile backs 'audi
a vbot for the aoal was missed. II
Itamtfon aaaln. by kicking snd butting.
carried tbe ball through the Mailes'
Ntt, but it went outdlde. The Imll
pasced back to the Wanderers' goal.
where Ien Qui made a shot for the
jrfMtl but missed. Simpson carried the
ball back towards Maile territory lniCrs, put up a good and fast game, and!
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Ball Keeps Vacillating.
Tbe ball kpt vacillating up and
down the field for quite a while, Wil
liamson doing good work by passing
the ball dovyn towards the Mailes
gal. His playing was very fast, "but
no goals were madu by it as he was
able to loeo control of the ball
font throw out on the Mailes' part
gavo the Wanderers a free kick. t The
ball was passed up towards the Wan
aarurs' goal but only a by was the re
Taere was a very hot scrimmage inl
irent of the Wanderers goal. Tho !
tsaU was kicked for tbe goal, but) anu.-iR-uu.. .u... ....
struck the iHJtt and bondl back. Upborne and Corkbucn; halfbacks. T.
Lea Qui got It and kicked a goal, this
btng the only goal mad during the; x
rst kalf-thue. A few moments after
vaMg time was called, tearing the
ear ftr the first half Mailes. 1 goal
and Wanderers none.
Second Half of the Game.
Darta- the second half - the Maile
Htmas had decidedly the host of' the
ine. although a fine game was put
mp ay several of the players on the
Wanderers' team. The Mailes gained
a corner and the ball was kicked out
by Craik. Some hot playing ensued,
inally resulting In another corner for
tbe Maile lUmas. Craik kicked the
ball from the corner and placed it
well. The ball was kicked for goal.
bat passed ovor the bar. A pass from
.Mttnro was missed by Bolster. The
ball was caught by Len Qui, who shot
It through the WauMerors' goal, thus
seerlag a second goal for tbe Maile
Near the Wanderers' Goal.
A foul on tbe Wanderer" side gave
tat Mnlies a free kick. It was kicked,
very near the Wanderers' line but;
vas passed back again. There wasj
some lively playing around the "Wan-j
drers' goaL Boyle made a fine at-j
tempt for goal and Lansdale shot for
ft, bat tbe ball vent vide Tbe Wan-
j drers secured tbe bait and broagi
I ur-wanis tb Mattes' eoeL Then
I was ved by the backs, and was soon,
; down os tie "Wanderers territory
M-afa. Tfae Maile IM mas gained & cor-
ac kick, which wa placed a little
I low by Craik. Anderson soot for
goal, bat the ball pesed high orer the
bar. WlHfaniaoa sot the ball and
carried It down Into Maile territory.
fooi auw em ob tie wwrttllnstramental Music, Choruses and"
j , M . w jfgife ru-
mu. Tbe ball was kicked wry near j
ibe Wanderers' goal bnt passed by.
' The Maitec twined corners twice ia ;
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from tbe eorner and placed it well
. right In front of the goal, where a IWe-
ly scrimmage took place, which rennit
ed in Boyle's making a successful shot
for goal, thus scoring: the third goal
for the Maile Ilinias.
Fifth Goal for Mailes.
The Wanderers brought the ball ,up
near the Mailes' goal, but last it- Len
Qui made a good kick for the Wander
ers' goal, but the ball -was caught by
Goalkeeper Notley. Lansdale made a
kick for the Wanderers' goal but miss
ed it. There was some lively playing
in front of the Wanderers' goal. Cock
burn missed the ball, which was se-
cured by Boyle, who sent it through
the Wanderers' goal, making the
fourth goal for the Maile Ilimas.
Mackman carried the ball well up J
towards the Mailes' goal. He made a
fine pass to Kerr, who brought it still
nearer. Simpson kicked for the Mailes'
goal but misaed it The Maile Ilimas
gained a eorner. Craik kicked the
ball, which went by tho Wanderers'
Time Up and Game Ends.
A foul on the Mailes part gave the
Wanderers a fiee kick. It was passed
up towards the Mailes" goal, but went
outride. Boyle secured the ball on the
throw out. He passed it down to the
Wanderers" goal, and made a fine shot
for it. but JHSt barely missed it. "A
little latr Boyle again kicked for
the Wanderers.' goal, but this was wll
saved by Goalkeeper Notley.
Len Qui marie a good kick for the
Wanderers' goal but again Notley
saved the situation. A comer for the
Mailes was kicked by Craik. It was
wen placed nut me goai was savuu uy
Notley. A foul on the Mailes part
(jle gave me wanderers a iree kick. Laus
' dale shot for the Wanderers goal anil
Tiarelv missed it. A moment afteri
time was up. the result of the game
nS "Slat lea C and -Wanderers 0.
Wanderers Play Good Game.
Although the Wanderers were plain
lj outclassed 'by thi Maile Ilinia team
they put up a better game than one
should judge from the size of the
score. Williamson and Blackman.
who played forwards for the Wander-.
Simpson aisn U1U KUUU wuriv. UbUUl ut;
idid well as full back and. although
1 many goals were made by the Mailes, j
coalkeener. Notlev must be said to.
have put up a god game as he saved j
his goal a number of times. On the,
Mailes' side a good game was put up
by Boyle. Lnnsdale. McGill. Anderson j
i anu outers.
Th nlnvora nf th.. team wor as
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Maile Ilimas Goal. Chamberlain;
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lull backs. McGill and P.. Anderson; ,
halfbacks. J. Anderson. J. Craik and ;
James Brown: forwards. Munro. I-ans-1
"al0 Boyle, uoumcr ana i.en wui. .
OMwrne. Stokes ani juuu: lorwaws,;
Williamson, Blackman. Watet house.
Kerr and Simpson.
BIG CONCERT IN SIGH"
Th cream of th? Hosnn eomoany.
and of the Lee and Rial combination
will unite on Wednesday with the ;
best local concert for the benefit of'
the Honolulu Order B. P. O. E. 61C;
It is expected that the affair which ,
will take place at the Opera House.,
will be one of the biggest ever given,
The concert will begin promptly at
2 o'clock. W. D. Adams is in charge J
ins is in charge.
and tickets will
lay morning at
of the arrangements.
oe lor a.tj on .uuuua, "" "M
wau. .Mcnois uo.. ami uy a. ui ik
Prospect cf Organ Recital,
Mr. Alfred Lough, a prominent
European organist, and now in Pasa -
ieaa. California, has expressed a de-'
sire to come to Honolulu to give reel-
No Concert at Emma Square.
Tfae regu,ar SalurdEV afternoon
. ., Emma Sauare by the Ter-
atonal zand was omitted yesterday, j
Bandmaster Berger amused himself j
at the Orpheum.
ENTHUSIASM JX08G AUDIENCE
Solos Giye Inca Fariety
to the Program.
Kamehameha Girls Charm the Audi
ence by Their Sor.g and Beauty, r
Ernest Kaai's Mandolin Club and
Amateur Orchestra Applauded.
Miss Desha Sings Pretty Solo.
. standpoint of what has been by far
The concert given last night in the ' the best entertainment in the vaude
Opera House for the benefit of the ; ville line that has ever been presented
lepers on Molokai by the Kamehame-! in Honolulu. The management states
ha Alumni Association, was a great! jubilantly that the takings for last
success and was attended by quite a j night were the largest in the history
number of people. It was a pity tnat of the house and only limited by the
the attractive vaudeville show at the capacity for seats and standing room.
Orpheum should happen to be on the Saturday night houses are proverbi
same night, as this diminished some- i ally good ones to play to and the ex
what the audience at the Opera House. ' cellence of the performance was fully
which would otherwise have been larg-; appreciated. Powell, the St. Onges,
er. The audience was also somewhat ( Alice and Arras, Salerno, Flatt and
different from that which generally Sutherland, Hadden, Bunth and Rudd,
graces the sacred precincts of the' Op-' the whole bill was enthusiastically
era House, more natives being present ' and deservedly applauded,
than is cenerallv the rule. Good as the performance was on the
Well Arranged Program.
The program was so arranged with
instrumental and different kinds of
vocal selections interspersed in such
variety that every one was suited.
The program began with a selec
tion rrom Minkowski's "Smugglers
nf Rnvarinz" nerformecJl bv the Ama
teur Orchestra lead by Wray Taylor,
This was well rendered and was very j
much enjoyed, as were also the later J
ielections, Tobani's "Hearts and
Flowers" and "Caprice" from Stuart's
"Floradora." The latter' popular
piece was especially enjoyed although
;t is possible that the Amateur Or
chestra did not get as much applause
as it deserved when compared with J
the generous applause which some
other inferior pieces received. ,
Choruses by Hawaiian Girls.
The star numbers of thp program
were undoubtedly the selections rend-,
ered by the Kamehameha Girls'
School schorus. "The Lost Chord'
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ami me rairy unums wt-ie weauu-
tnllv sung, the enjoyment of the per
formance being heightened by the
pretty appearance of the singers, all
vouns: Hawaiian and nart Hawaiian
girls, and all dressed alike in white.
Ernest Kaai's mandolin club fairly !
brought the house down each time it j
anneaml and had to sivo several
I ncores of whicli one. the "Toreador j w,n be held. Sports, music and danc
i Song" from "Carmen," was especial-1 U1P wlU oe Part of the program and
.- successful. I Pr!zes w, be offered.
Kamehameha Choir Sings Well.
The Alumni Club gave several se
ctions which were received with
juch favor from the audience. They
:lso took the place of the Kawaihau
Club which was conspicuous by its
'Soldiers' Chorus" from
! "'Faust.' was well sung by a male
', rom tl ie Kamehameha School.
although the boys seemed to have j
some difficulty with the enunciation.
The Kamehameha choir was com-
posed of both girls and boys from the !
schools. They sang well and their l
ieces were as much enjoyed and ap-.
plauded as any. !
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Only one solo was given during the t
evening, namely: "The Magic Song.
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bv Meyer-Helmund which was charm-
,nrfv rendereJ bv MIss Helen Desha.
Mr j,,. nnc;pSse!: n ilMtitifiil and
5weet soprano and her modest and
clear rendition of the pretty piece
c., ullu Uv..U!l.
The evenings program was as fcl
"Smugglers of Bayadez.. Minkowski j
iuc .-vmuicui uv;jnru.
ureeze or me -ignt uamotne
The Alumni Club.
- The Lost Chord" arr. Marshall
Kamehameha Girls' School Chorus.
"The Magic Song"... Meyer Helmund- Geo- Desha led the scoring for the
Miss Helen J)esha. Maile-llimas, with 4 runs to his credit
Overture. "Sans Sauci" Kaulaand Moses Keoho scored 3 for the In-
Symphony Mandolin Club. j
Pauahi o ka Lani" Liliuokalani ,
"The Soldiers' Chorus" Faust
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b) gS? Seheste
The Amateur Orchestra.
Th Alumni Plnh ,
The Legend of the Bells"
;The Chimes of Normandy." ,
,b) "Lei Lehua" arr. KlnglU
Poet and Peasant" Suppe'
Symphonv Mandolin Club.
"Fair- Chorus" Zimmerman
The following are the officers of the
Kamehameha Alumni Glub which ar-
ranged, the entertainment:
Ghas. E. King, president; David Ka-.
1 aewaaoi, rice president: Thomas
Treadway. recording secretary; Ab
raham Kasickoc. correspondiag see-
, retary; Edwin Montgomery, treasur
er; S. W. Spencer, auditor. v
A SUCCESSFUL WEEK
entertainment in vaudeville
Last Week's Receipts the. Largest in
the History of the House Change
of Program is Arranged for Mon
Last night's receipts-for the World's
Entertainers closed a banner week ini
the existence of the Orpheum theater,
from a financial side as well as the
opening night, the growing familiarity
of the orchestra with their difficult
j task has made the program much
1 more enjoyable of late. There are
. just two nights left of the Entertain
t ers and the program will be changed
1 again for tomorrow evening. A party
1 of forty, a tenth of the Honolulu four
hundred, will occupy a block of seats
on Tuesdav evening and help to give
the artists a royal send off.
Manager J. G. Rial, whose name is
one to conjure with in theatrical circ
les, exercising his own judgment, has
effectually proved the popularity of
BIG PICNIC IN SIGHT.
Proceeds to Go to Families MadeiHoleI- He -ved yesterday on '.-
u i u a-- wi-.. I Aorangi and will spend a mont:. .r.
Homeless by African War. ..... , , , . . ,, ,
, J th? islands looking into the further
On Washington's birthday the Afn- e of fh, ,lllsfnes:s nf M, firm ,..
Committee will have a 1
grand excursion for the benefit of
fanillipc mnilc Tinniplp5 liv tho n-nr I
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be had at $! each, children 50 cents.
are sold at the Hawaiian Bazaar in
the Masonic block and at 1418 Emma
Tickets will include the trip on the
KapM Transit to the old brewery
S,oum,s In KalihI where the picnic
In the morning there will be a pic-
nic for school
children at the same
MAILE-ILIMAS V. INTERMEDIATES
n Favor of Maile-llimas Game
Was Fast and Clean Intermedi
ates Have Distinctive Uniform.
Fred Young Referees.
The second baseball game of the
Indoor baseball game took place last
night at the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium,
between Ahe Maile Ilimas and the In
termediates. The Same was a lively one, and the
! fast and clean playing of both teams
j was the subject of much favorable
I The Intermediates presented a fine
appearance in their white-suits, dec-
ornteu with blue and gold rosettes.
and set a good example for the other
. j league teams in the war of some dis-
1 tinctive costume.
termediates. The latter team showed
up surprisingly well and with more
"practice ought to make a good run for
. tt , . . t . -. tm,(M
. iuc e,.uuv, nu4.u .uw-u -v uiiuu..
ended with a score of 14 to 11 in fa- f
vor of the Maile-llimas. Mr. Fred
YoBBS the "
The line-up was as follows:
RobIcCorriston .c.. A- Moses Keoho
Dan Falvey p. Will Kerrj
Uohn Clarkp 1st... Tom Mpfinlr.
i Arthur Blackman 2nd.
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Chris Jenkins ..r.f... Paul Perrierai
'Geo. Desha Lf.... J.Schuerman
j c. f.. . . . Louis Elves !
,eBe "' ' waicn "er
Race Horses in Transit.
A number of fast horses are being
taken from San Francisco to the ,'
Orient by th Peking: The speedy
animals vfll be entered m some pro-
! jetted laectinss tbroogsoat As'atici
BY MOLLIE GOMOR
WINS RACE BY-FIVE LENGTHS
Time f Winner is 1.17 Flat Many j
Race Track Feople Enjcy the
Event Manv Bets, Are. Lost
Quite a crowd of Honolulu race
track connoisseurs were present x
the Kaplolani-track yesterday after-!
noon to witness the race between Bal-
lentyne's mare Moliie Connor aad'
Tom Homagers Racery. There ras i
quite a bit of money put up on botai
?Ho? mftstK- m cnmltPT- sums odrfs
being pretty even with Moilie Con
nor slightly the favorite.
The horses got away pretty even at
the first start. Moilie Connor took a
lead of about a length from the very
start and kept increasing the distance
during the whole of- the three quar
ter mile lap. finishing up easy about
five lengths in the lead of Racery.
The time of the winner was 1.17 flat.
Moilie Connor was ridden by Lez
hart while McAuliffe rode Hollinger's
animal. The judges of the race were
Edgar Halstead. Harry Wilder and
Captain Cluney. Jim Quinn actej a?
Each side had put up $250 on. the
STEAMERS TO RUN ON SCHEDULE
W. Nottingham, Gtra--a. (
:n uiooe Navigation tm
, pany of Seattle, is at the Hawaiian.'
tween Honolulu and San Prancis.
When seen last evening by a R-
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punncan reironer, .ir. Aciimgaasi 1
was m exliuoerant spirit. He M
just had an lntervew with L E ;
Beebe the local aent of the 1n- ,
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Steamers Here to Stay. j
"Yes sir,' said Mr. Nottinga
"we are here to stay. 1 have -;"!
much to say for publication only j.
point out this fact that our steamer-
have started to come here on regilir
I schedule time and will continue tc !
j do so. The Eureka was here List '
j week with a full camo from Sea''!e.
'and the Tampico will be her on!
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1 jauuaiy- j-un wun anomer loau or
' merchandise. We have opened com
munications with the Northern, met
ropolis and intend to maintain theci
"Seattle and the Hawaiian Islands!
have many products to exchange. You
want our coal, our lumber and o-ir
beer. We need your sugar. To ar
rive at a good system of interchanges
we need rapid and direct means of
communication. Our steamers 110'! (
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on tne nne are tne best of their K-nc.
end others equipped with the most
modern Improvements will be added
i to the list as business may require
For the present our line will run 2
bi-monthly service. In the near fu
ture, however, it may be that we Tri'l
have a more frequent one.
Seattle and Honolulu.
"Seattle is keeping pace with -ae
times and so does Honolulu. The fu
ture of the two cities is Immense.
"Our own port of Seattle is rapid-1,
1 utum.! tut: liiaiu attrn.i iu tiitr , '
Orient. We have now several lines ! !
of steamers runninc: resmiar service t
to Japan. China and the Philippine
lsianas, not to spealc of our trade'
with Alaska snd Honolulu.
iou. here, in this beautiful spot,
so aptly called the Paradise of the
Pacific, your future Is wonderfully
full of good things. With the cable j
connecting the Island? with the main j
land, and the opening of the Nicara-i
gua or Panama canal. Honolulu wil
become, one of the mest important
cities on the Pacific ocean.
Great Future for Honolulu.
"bttamers carrj-;ng the pnx
pcace and grim Joofe5ing shP,p5
wUI make Honolula ih 0
"Steamers carrying the products of
nort of call
for provisions of all kinds, and the
1 Hawaiian Islands will thereby be-
C?B' kao,ia and " aPPre"
r""" UJ ut lU5r U4""u
A Cure fcr Lumbago.
w. a Williamson, of Amherst Va
it c A kiv "For more than , ar
L" b- - Mys' "r more than a yea.
J .-d from lmbaS, I finally
med Chamberlain 5 Pam Balm and it
remeuies naa latieti to do. Sold by
ail dealers and druggists. Benson,
Smith & Co agtnts for HawalL
Cicitf'rf icnrtiiaiMti - i, :.
Clziei AerertinaienU in tkit C3rex
Kill be mteriot at 10 eenU a lis frtt
txteriie; 5 ccU a line ttvotj huer
tian; 23 cent pr Ue pr eve; 32
ctni.i p-rr list tico KWfc. ci 20 otmti
per Kne per eotA.
LOST A small siUer watch with gold
chain: Initials It T. on watch. Re-;
tarn, to Hawaiian Hotel. Reward,
WANTEEH-At once. or 7 room fur
nished cottage for light house-'
keeping by couple with 20 children.
Hast be eentrally located." Apply
WANTED To sell, te doe white Dia
mosd rinsrs; also fine opal risjrs: res
sonable prices. Watches repaired or
time. G. Diett, watchmaker and Jew
r. Fort st, near Hotel, ia PrecottV
WANTED Girls to do laundry wori
Apply Sanitary Steam Laundry, Ks
watahao and fcouti streets.
j WANTED Two single gentlemen de-
sire rooms ana gooa taose board,
either in house or cottage near, must ;
not be far from business portion of ,
city. Expect to remain permanently 1
If satisfactory and rates reasonable.
Address A. B., Republican Office.
A splendidly furnished room with ex
cellent board for two gentlemen.
Centrally located, every conve
nience. Apply at this office.
TO LET Delightful roomy bath tubs. t
with either hot or cold water, and i
every improvement and convenience t
known to the modern age. At
Silent Barber Shop.
FOR RENT An eight room cottajt
on Young street. Apply J. A. Mv
goon, Magoon building.
COMFORTABLE COTTAGES ON thi
premises of the Sanitary Steam Laun
dry Co.. Ltd., Marmion and South
streets. The cottages contain 4 rooms,
kitchen and bath room. No extri
charge for hot and cold water and
electric lichts. Rent reasonable. Ap
ply on the premises to J. Ligbtfoot
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
Importer of Products
Provisions and Wines
Gor. King and Smith Streets;
li a If
H ll--a r ra m r-k -Bti--a ru -
ROOMS 503, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
All classes of Engineering Work solicited. Examinations,, Sur
reys and Reports male'for any class of Waterworks Steam and
Electrical Construction. Plans and Specifications and Estimates pre
pared, and Construction Superintended in all branches of .Engineering
Work. Contracts solicited for Railroads, electric and steam;' Tnnnels,
Bridges. Buildings, Highways. Foundations. Piers. Wharves. Etc
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Examinations, Valuations, and
Reports of Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEG, M. Am. Soc. C. E.
Engineer and Manage.
W. R. CASTLE, JR., Secretary"and Treasurer.
ALL KINDS OF STRAW HATS
MADE TO ORDER.
HATS WASHED AND PRESSED.
Largest Stock of Ladies' and Gents'
Hats in the city.
Iwafcanxi & Go;
HOTEL STREET. ---:r- -. -rrr- HOTEL STREET.
The Oriental Life Insurance Co., Ltd,
The Home Company
Issues all modern forms of policies at the lowest, possibl'
rates. Policies issued' in both English-and'Ohinesi
HOME OFFICE: 301-302 Stangenwald Bldj Honolulu, T. H.
fa" ca Co
Manofaciarers of All Kinds cf
Large Importers of
Ftour. Groceries, Fruit and Vegetables.
WHOLE?ALE AND RETAIL.
120 KING STREET.
P. O. Box 972. Phone, Whits SOI.
" THE" TRAVELER'S INSURANCE
COMPANY OF HARTFORD
A- G. LQUEKIN,
AGENT TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
403 Judd Building.
(Successor to CH AS. SEYDONE.)
Designing and Gilding.
Advertising a Specialty.
Office and Workshop:
1170 UNION STREET.
WHYnOT BUT THE BEST?
IT COSTS rvo MORC
Blue Flame OIL STOVES
sold wUaiGnriee -i
Kerosene and Gasoline
FOR SALE AT THE
Hawaiian Hardware Co. ltd
Business men wlH tell jou
i that an ad in The Republic-
S an brin&s good results be-
cause the peotils r.d it.
J DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
(' GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
I' JAPANESE SILK and
COTTON DRESS GOODS.