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A Wedding Present
i7a Ml 'l r .
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i raiiKii ions for oh:ers of the". Re
publican i l ubs fur . t wo years' cauie off
Twelfth of Fourth.
President, Caesar Bet tencourt ; first
vicepresidem. A. ' K. Ka.ti:. second"!
v ice-president. J. K. Clarke; secre- .
;ary, A. Q. Marcalhxo; assistant see-j'..
retary. Sam Manu; treasurer, J. H.I .
Kaleo; execut ive c ommit tee, -chair-,1 ..
man. A. W. Edward, F. 0. Oliveira.j..
Andrew M(Cabe, M. It. Perreira. ).'
F. Durao; election judges. B. lO '
Clark, M V, Forrira. Jas. Keohoka-r'
Fourth of Fifth. , ; I
President, W. K. . Rathburn; i first.-
vice-president. L. R; Nainoa; second"
vieepn anient, .s. v. Igan-';
TO FORM FEDERATION
tary. H. K. t)ai;a; assistant secre-
tary; Rudolph Meyer: .'.treasurer:- W
With general .harmony and quietude ,T. CarnVld; judges, J. dm Barker,'
: last night oil This islam', iimjprisjugU harles .-.Bridges.. . IK Kalili; exeeuthe:
committer. Andrew Adams, chair
man: George Kt-ka.ioa. .!. W. Keau,
Jos. Kekuku, R. T Chri.sioUurson.:
j the fourth aii'l fifth representative dis
1 1 rietK. I n : only one or t wo pr-ctt;t-
a,e theimajor contents -- that is n ' - '
t:ie presidency, " P f . f P c..
The most ru-tahle fif Xh in fhe! ; vd n v- ,r
fourth of Wi fourth, where INd-rt W. ' ,.U'. V .
6xiale; - tirt
LM.;...;r,, i ... .i. ... .:. ... -.:... : .1 ... i i" 1 1- o. :wanauiu: secoa.i'
. .. . . . . i Vu e pre.-luent. K. Kakuhi-.-: XMrrnr i
Liiri ;.-r i-;rai J. ii:; ho.(vr. tr- l-r Iohn Kevvak). treasurer Cliffcr l'
-nt incumbent, (eorge A. )avjs and i K-i,nh-11- i ' , , 1
,,,,-, ( ,- . Kimtniii, judges.. J. k. Kahakamoku.
Saniuel F. .( ulliliworth. h. A Awai. Anrr.n.. m- ..v,,,.,..!
qcc our window rofl a big
DISPLAY OF KITCHEN
Coyne Furniture Co.
If. there's one thing that does
not admit of any guessing it's
Our Spectacle Fitting is done
on the basis of knowing how
from start to finish. ,
It's a success! "
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building - Fort Street
Over May & Co. .
Any style of type or fac similes
of handwriting made on short
Hawaiian News Co.
' Limited V ' '
Tho only baking powder
mrfn frmrrt ftnvrtl tmwann i In the first of tin- fourth Alhion F
a -t-. Twrt ("lark and tl. A. Berndt are left in The
,rcant of Tartar hl for lu. ;jr,.,iu.I1(.y, a. Iirest,nt
Ho Alum, Ho Lime Phosphale ,jthi,iibi;'"-. ,:- A: I'-uthut. and m
IW ' r , Towse having withdrawn. , but it I is
55555!!? i j)robable tliat : one of the two eandi-
dates w ill it-tire before the V election
r-next Friday niyht. There are oor.v
! tests for several minor po.sitions in
1 1 his as in Some other precincts which
j will likely be fought out, for fun if
! nothing else. : .::-.''; i
li'dow is a list of results in the
j town iireeinct-s and as many of t he
ountry ones as reports could be se-
ured from before the page closed for
the. press: - : -"-. 'v;; :(-:'
First of Fourth. v
I'resident--I':; A. Berndt and A. F.
(Tlark, one to elect; lir:;t vice-president,
K. K. Bath; second vjeepresi
oent, Daniel Ixgan; secretary, (I F.
Affonso, M. K. I lulu and F. I I. Kiliiy,
t.ne to elect; assistant secretary, I).
M. Woodward; treasurer, (I. W. B.
King; judges of election. Jas. (Juild,
?1. T. Simonton and Sam Stone; ex
ecutive committee. Wm. Ayleit, E. A.
Dotit hitt, Ben Holli uger, V. K. Mc
pherson," C. N: Marquez, H. T. Mills,
! Chns. Reeves and Fd Towse, live to
I elect. :''".- "-'' :.'!'
Second of Fourth. . . j
James II. Boyd, president; Isaac l.
J I larbottle.first vice-president; Percy
j Cleghorn, second vice-president; Hen
ry Van -Gieson, secretary; Iona Keiki,
Application for artic!e of In-;
corporation for the AnirUnn-
'hin-se Fedfration luive t -!
tiled in tfie Tirritorial treas- ;
lircr's office. The purp.s-s of:
the orsaiiizatit'ti ar explained t:
I., tli'- advancement of the it.- .
terras of i'tiin se-Anu rican cit -,
iz-t.; in thii .Territory.- Nu stuck'
to I.H is.su;.-d or ttivid.-mtM to;
he paid ty the corpora tin. the
capttaiui.itioii of wfcich I mt to
t xive.l $ 1 .: "-. . The applicants
are William Yap Kwai Foris.
Ho Fen. Lau Tan;;. I"in;
Sing, I -tm Kant Chili and .Wong:
'Chee;.'- -::-::'':J-- '- - -:.y' - ; '
(Continued from Page 1)
('. M. Kahunui. Kuel Kinney John; opinion, Supervisor McClellan moved.
Se until of Flftln
The importance of a pure
yet rich milk in the chil
dren's dietetic can not be
Our daries are kept in a
perfect sanitary condition,
our cows are fed on rich
alfalfa, and every ounce of
milk is electrically treated
at our depot before, de
President. Geo. F. Benton; first vice
president, IX Douglas; second vice
tnat tne resolution; to assist the con-
j st ruction an armory building be
as the meausre would require a two ;
.fuciJi.nt, a m.,T.', . inn us oie. me auseucw oi ture mem-'
H Mueller; assistant secretary. G. F. ! ters ard aJ toUay s "ting
Benton. Jr.; treasurer, J. IX David-!nei'.ssltated the postponement of any
son; judges: J. Fernandez, J. B. Laing.l aol!I,n- n . nt. . . .
G. H. -sewman; execuUve committed 'J01? ,
M i: de (lonve:, I A U-.tH V. V " F''" u- lueiuiu: is)
Hattie. F. K.
Greenfield. C. Ii, Mclean. T. P. O'Dow
da. Eighth of Fifth.
President. F. K. Archer; vice-president.
Kd. Wortliingtou; second vice
president, B. M. Mahi ; secretary, C.
X. Arnold; assistant' secretary, E. N.
Crabbe; treasirer, John Fernandez;
judges. (J. J." Wond, I). Makaena, J.
K. Kahoa; executive committee. Al-
been expended is dead Issue.
City Dads Raise Salaries.
The city fathers raised the salary
of City Road Supervisor Caldwell
twenty-five dollars a month and that'
official will now receive two hundred f
a month. .:' :-: .. ' r:- . '; -
The ways and means committee
have provided funds for the purchase!
cf oil to be used on "Wailae road from j
Pert aV terhouse. Louis Kekuani, R.
A. McKeague, G. W. Xawaakoa, C.
II. McNally. .';';-: v';.-:':::''.;:':v.:':
Ninth of Fifth.
President. Kalua Alapai; vice-pres
ident. Go Malana .1 7ihlnn ' eowin I !
vice-president, W. B. Punoho,' J. Stuie that two miles of good oiled road has
piepeen; secretary, sol. Mahelona. L.. "'i"" uu""6 " vaa-uoulu,
Its junction with the street railway'
line to Niu. . i
The road overseer at Koolaupoko re
ports having repaired 7930 lineal feet
of roadwa- in his district, at a cost of j
.041 cents a lineal foot. It is claimed
Harbottle; assistant secretary, Wm.
Hutchinson; treasurer, Thomas Mc
Guire; executive committee, Eli Craw-
lord, Jos Dias, ; Wm, A. Kane, : Amos
Riipld Transit 8irinkliDc:
Proposition. ; ' :
The Honolulu Rapid Transit Com
pany through General Manager Bal-
i assistant secretary; Joseph A. Gilman, r 77,"a " I V 1 ,
treasurer; executive committee, am 1: J n. nomfmated'
' I.- t i a o but most of those on one of them
uci iv. nauiaiuuiii, ; jvuuauiiui. i. o.'
Young, James Merseberg and I). K.
Kaeo; tiidges of election, Sam. K.
Mawae, J. M. 'P.: Kealoha, E. Marino; lntyne has submitted a yoposition
judges, Geo. Kupola, Geo. Mahelona,' for the sprinkling of the entire streets
M. Kaawai, Chas. Houona. There i over which their tracks traverse.
In a ; communication Mr. -Ballen-
tyne states that the transit company
who once buys
clothes may be
relied upon as a
cr. And tncmans
tials could pos
sibly be offered.
No stronger ar
gument in favor
of you, too, be
coming a cus
tomer of the
We sell no infer
ior make for the
sake of greater
Con Fort arid Hotel Sts.
F'aahao. George H. K. Karratti and
.David Naeole. !
Third of Fourth. !
President, C. R. Ilemenway; first
vice-president. J. P. Enos ; second
withdrew, leaving only a few places
Tenth of Fifth.
President, Fred V. Beckley; first
vice-president, David Kanuha ; second
vice-president, John Dalau ; secretary, ;
is prepared to submit figures for do
ing th entire street sprinkling with
new and improved apparatus. He re
quests an early conference with mem
bers of committees ..or the entire
board, and is prepared to perform the
I J: J. Combs: treasurer, Howard
retary, E. Buffandeau; assistant sec-! Adams; judges, J. K. Nakookoo, Ed-
retary, George Maile; treasurer, F. E.i U1C o. acvuies viigui, ejiecu
Blake; judges of election, a' P. Beard- u ve. committee, Wm. A. Isaac. Wm.
more. W. T. Schmidt, D. P. Thrum; I Breede, .11. E. A. Ruething, Edwin
executive committee; W. A. Green-1 ernanaezT; . -ernanaez
well, Sam Nott, John Vivichaves,
Charles Hopkins, Charles Bon. !
Fourth of Fourth. v I
President, Robert W. Shingle,
Simeon . Nawaa; assistant secretary,! work in a manner that will leave notli-
- Anything in basket and bouquet
trork with class ribbons at reasonable
rrlees. :.:' .v 'v.;n: ' '.
ITIrs. E. pi. Taylor, Florist
j Hotel St. opposite Alex. Young Cafe..
B R O S,
Yes, actually sacrificed. See
them in our show window. Prices'
are absurdly low just to clear
out our odds and ends. ,' -.
Photo Supply Co.,
....- ..?. '..-'.
af e made on the latest . London, Paris
and New York Custom Lasts, i
REGAL SHOE STORE
King and Bethel Streets
Shingle, George A. Davis, Colonel So
per, Samuel F. Chillingwofth ; first
vice-president, C. P. Chilling worth;
second vice-president, Hiram Kolo
moku; secretary, Jas. II. Thompson;
treasurer, Manuel Cook; judges, C. Tv
Littlejohn, L. C. Abies, G. P. Wilder;
executive committee, C. H. Cooke,
Norman Wat kins, J. M. Little,' P. L.
Weaver, Jos. Richards; trustees, J. IL
Fisher, S. R, Roe, G. P. Bush. !
Eleventh of Fifth.
President, S. C. DwigTit; first vice
president, A. G. Kannegieser; second i 348 with 267 convictions.
vice-president, John Kanae; secre-'
: ing to be desired. The proposition
will be discussed at the next meeting
of the city fathers. '
Sheriff Jarrett reported arrests for
the month of June as follows: Gam
bling 155, drunk 33, assault and bat
tery 62, larceny 2, gross cheat 6 and
adultery C. Total arrests numbered
Kanae; secre- Fire Chief Thurston renorted
tary, Pat. Siiva; assistant secretary, partment auto mileage as follow
E. Drew; I treasurer, P. P. Fernandez; J Cartercar 252 miles and P. M P. 4
judges,, b. -Meheulu, Frank Kanae, A. miles.
nrnniinn na nirrm
iuuay d mum
Week Closes with All Stocks
Higher in Price and
Portuguese jjlrl to do pressing on men's
clothes. Apply Sultitorlum. Alapai.
nr. Bvrtnnia. 527-lt
Ka-ne, W. K. Simerson, R. M. Duncan,
A. J. Auld, D. K. Kama.
Twelfth of Fifth.
President, Henry Kauoa; first vice
president, I LKuai; second vice-president,
L. K. C. Lane; secretary, Daniel
Kealoha; assistant secretary, 'David
Erayr treasurer, J. K. Maunakea;
Fifth of Fourth.
President. C. G. Ballentyne; first ' ?udgenoaiflonia Kalaeika Kao-vipp-Tresidpnt:
Arthur Cnvne spcond hele. ThOs. Naki; executive commit-
According to a report from the office
of building and plumbing inspector,
107. plans were filed, 100 permits Is
sued, 120 inspections made and 408
fixtures installed in the plumbing de
partment. . ,:- . :
Building permits filed numbered 32,
permits issued ' 90, inspections made I
Beginning on the up grade the week
ends with both sugar and other stocks
in much stronger position than the
previous week. Advances have been
material and practically 1 11 down the
line. A large amount of business wav?
ac1 reported from between sessions, Mc-
-f i5ryue , leaamg in uumoer or snares
sold and scoring an eighth advance,
an aggregate of 415 shares going at "7,
Oahu follows with sclf.v aggregating
252 shares fluctuating at 27.75 and
57.S75, and board sales of 35 shares
bringing 28, an advance of three-quarters
since yesterday.. " ....
Haiku takes another jump of 2.50 in
sales of 60 shares at 217.50. Honoksa
sold up three-quarters to 10.75 for 200
T A Tt- i . TT r 1. T I T " 1 t
tarvi' n t mrrov nuaicfaTit. ccr-roi' L. B. Keala, Chas. inchester, wm. tit i- ,1.- mea gained a point
tnrv v 1. Hmvnrrt- trti5nrpr t. r t Kekoa. . - t 11, share,-? at 56 reported,
Judd; judges. S. M. Friesell, Mark, Thirteenth of Hit h. : , the -supervisors "in regard' to deciding! shows a "k,d
Weil. s. M. Lowr.ey. w. c. Parke. - II- m- vu" presiuem; m. t,.
. I ehorai- Pintioor la lltlpn Tl CPn JJT AA
General Manager Ballentyne of the Z.,?!'. - , A
in a sale of 30
ranee in sales of 50
T)r smddPr tthrpp tn pIppII pxpm..' Paikuli. 1st viee president: Henry Pe- 'r k ' -t. 140 for sales of 130 shares In four 10
. . , . . , , .' . .. . . . . ' . iian ocu uj iuc iiauaiu ii acno. tii.ti f,. ,, . 1 i..
for 25 shares and a. quarter more
100 shares being renorted. Waialua
brought an advance of two points in
I a reported sale of TO shares.
On thp board Ewa sow up a poim
live committee, U. W:' Ziegier, U . U . iers, iiiu viee presiueui; M. Ainana, arp ,mv naVpd hv thp rtv It'U 1tlrlir i
Chamberlain. O. C. Swaii W. W. secretary; ; Eugene K. Aiu, assistant; that an early meeting between the 1 for 2i hTes and a, quarter
Harris. P. B. Damon, C. II. Buttolph,: secretary; J. R. Gait, treasurer; S. A. municina! and corooration officers will ! ed Mutual Telephone is
Jack Lucas, C. G. Owen. I) L. With-! Baldwin, Oliva Stillman. James Ahloy, corporation officers vsill at yGsterday.g Jump 2.
White Plymouth Huk hens and roost
ers. Pure bred. C. E. Fn.pr. Ho
nolulu Soda Works, cor. IU.rvtar.J t
Rubber-tired phaeton,' Co t S ZK w'l'l
, sell for 3150 cash. Wright" and Hu.-t.
tare. . ' jJST-rt
Furnished or unfnrnished (or 7or saloV
new house, three bedrooms; all con
veniences.' 1219 Matlock Ave.: Phone
3SC0. .' 5237-tf
Six-roomed furnished private, hO'i
with piano to rerpp ctiible jnan anJ
wife with no children, for three or
four months, providing they take in
only sober, quiot and healthy in.-A?
boarders. Apply . Mathers. II'?;
Kmma St., opposite the ColonlaL
r'URNiSHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
ington (four to elect)
Sixth of Fourth. ;
President,' Chas. M. Costa; first t vid K. Hoopili, executive-committee
vice-president, J. M. Kealoha; seconds Fourteenth of Fifth. .
vice-president, 1L M. Dnvauchelle; j .President Charles Kanekoa; vice
juuges 01 eieciion ; j. u.. Fleming, a. , t oca. Firm Charoed Discrimination.
T . s a r . t 1 I- rr i Tr-
ii. uasue, juuu, en aman, m- Hoffschlaeer and Comnanv filed - a
vigorous protest with the board to-;
day charging discrimination exercised!
bv the build
g aiscnmin.uon exerejseu. f gh , three lots. 10 go
hng and plumbing oepartv at -"t 3J for September 30. delivery.
it 4lHcrl,e . Tnhn K'noiiQ- -Vono' n. 1p.V. ; r.rt.cirlpnl ' ' T n An.torcnn- co-rorv "l?1": . -" """" .'r"1"..-. Hawaiian Commercial reglSteW a
" , . """"u Y v IV V r- "r-"1-'' Mien stein nas designated certain ,:: 7",.i, nnin hdvnnrp tn 44 5
5i3it.nnt- sffwlnrv pnrv . k'nnn" .1 K Nnt pv A K Viprrn nssisfjint 1 , . . . three-flliarter POint advance lO H
" T 1 Vr ;.! ; - Tv V A - mms irom , wnom pamw ana varnisn--; - 'Z'
secretary, John P. Mcndiola, Andrew, president, Jos. Kulike; second V1'ce-; n'enj
I treasurer, Anaki Maunawai; execu-l secretary, E. L. Sharratt, Dan Mc
live committee, William Iluihui, R.jCregor; judges, David Pokl, John Ma
W. Booth,. Sol. IIanohano; J. H. Na-'nuka, D. L. Akwai, Charles H. Clark;
papa. Joe Ale; judges, Nalua Kaha-1, executive committee, Wm. K. Keawe.i
, .it , 1 1 n. s . A ui uv au.ico.
1 snouiu ue yurguaseu. 11 is cuik- v u-.wft-0 .!,
" . . , r fir iif nsL 11 111 ji
that Honscniager and company are n - rp'-irded
the market for such commodities and? week . no bond sales are re -rded..
they demand that the board take such,
pea.John Mahiahi, J. M. Koahou
Seventh of Fourth.
George Kaolapa. E. L. Kawai, David
Kunukau, D. Ahia. .
. President, C. G. Bartlett; -first vice-; Fifteenth of Fifth,
president," ("has. Pio; second vice- . President, Wiiiiam Henry; first
president. Gustave Rose; secretary;' vice-president, E. L. Straut; second
Fred K. Cockett; assistant secretary, vice-president, Thos. Pedro;
m. K. Wilcox ; treasurer, J. C. ' tary, Pat uieason ; assistant secre
Qu-inur judges, Jno. Kea, Sam li-' tary, William Wood; treasurer, T.j
(.nmmiltfto' T U'mo Sim Pinon Inlin ' (Iporffo MflfA. Hftminil WpSSpI PYPPIl-! lng IOC
aetion that will comnel the building - PLAN FOR AUTO RACES
and plumbing inspectors department ;
1HIMQ UCARTY Q!!PPHRT
to advertise. for lowest bidders on all ; sheriff jarrett this morning gavrj
iicn suppaf., sum loaicouni 10 hv- . - onnnnrt t fwp nqns rnv- iTiY
: oml hnndrpd rfnilnrs in tne pmirsfr oi, " r . '.' A. . i.uj.
secre-' " - 7 :... ; course of preparation tor i.ne .nonius
Mrs. Anna C
1140 Atakea, opp. Ilavvaliui HcteL,
Running water; mo?.iu!to-pronf; tt--
The Santa Rosa, 513 Hot. !. n
Lar'e. airy upstair i iootn
276 S. Bt rotnni.r, opp Haw man Hotel.
Furnlhfd hoii.-k-jint7 r"ojni.
." 5287-1 m :,
r ; N. Hi i ' tnt:i;L
, ? I ,'! . r v. k..
Ni', rt.-:i ft
:i7 I I-i
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Lurtft'. airy, irvi.j-.i'tn. .r"of room, -.-itb
.board...; K'ntiaW'- for-'rr.arried . ceu;l
or.tivcv nrh rcf-n. HIO Eirjmn:- '.' -''.
"(i7- h ( .
of an automobile race next month are!
W. Harbottle, Henry
FOR SALE i :'-
A small number, of eh-ap' lots iir a
iit'v trait on ;ulik strt-t-t, just open
ed. PritVs ranging from Jl'.O to $500.
Easy tt'iins.. ;.' .V ': '"
"Also, a f-w lots in XuiKinu Valley.
FOR RENT A tine, eosv 2-l.Hdrooin
eottago in town. t---. and ".a 4-t-droom
jhous with all . positle oriviutMiCes"
and latest iinpi o vnn nts. at Kalihii
: J. H. SCHNACK. 137 Merchant Street
" 1140 FORT STREET
MILK -and CREAM
Kaimuki Dairy - F. H. Kilby, Prop.
We deliver ' fresh Milk and j Cream
twice daily to all parts of the city.
tive committee. .Eben Ohia, William i "& 1
Hobron, Robert Hobron, Sylvester the Clt-V
Akana, Antone Frank.
Eighth of Fourth. : i
" President, A. 1). Castro; first vice
liresidont . Inipr ShwnrThprir- spp
nd vice-president, J. P. : Eckhardt;; MADAME ALAPAI
secretary Howard C. Mohr; assistant! I Tonp PHRnPC
..rrot-rv Inl.i. -V liiicij lwwjnrt.r ' WILL. I U U 11 CUllUrU
William LPucas; judges of election, J
W. F. Wilson. Charles Murasky, Ol
iver P. Scares; : -executive, committee.
to pass an ordinan s-
al dance halls iaid to be work- sai(i the police wo-M
P. O. Box 220
IN CONCERT COMPANY
Aladame Nani Alanai Luke, who for
Major W R. Riley. A. L MacKaye,! pieJiteii vears has hepn thp soloisr
Henry Williams, John iv.Kainanoulu. yv it Ii the Hawaiian Band, will leave
Lorrin Andrews. . si,oitly for the mainland wher she
Ninth cf Fourth. J : - : . will begin a tour of the States and
President. C. L. Crabbe; first vice- Europe which may continue over a
president. .1. Kahaunakala: second V(.ar '
vice-presidenti . 11. W4)rrall; secretary,1 a;;", ';;V - Abukir 'reeivpii this; nffer
John larcallimi; assistant secretary, ( lKio Tr,rnin in n lprfpr frnm iionrvi Whfn-bids were opened at noon
Douglas. 'Mosstnan. Dooney HartmanJ Clark who is now on the main day it was found, that the following
(one to elect) ; treasurer, E. P. ; Fo-; i-nd with a singing organization of; had -subnutted tenders: Honolulu:
-arty; judges, Leslie Scott, S. W. Ka Uiv Hawaiian youths and who has Construction and prayitfg : Company,!
guard the track but that an additfora!
precautionary measure would be tV
The Harry T. Mills rest hous at , ,ntrin nf tn.n .,r( rftnpa ftrnilTui fh.
b? petitioners thai the shelter Las noneer automobile d eaters of the n.;
become the loafing p'ace of children ; announced hat the con ee rn .o-u,
and is xn all round nuisance. The offer a cup to be contested for
petition recites that contrary to the Other automobile dealers and owr,
conditions imposed by the board t garages have s-gnified their i-
. u 1 ii ii v,0rQ i tentton of participating,
bendies have been installed there. sub-eonimittee. to take chanr,. o'
Henry FrAas is the lowest bid.fer Uhn various matters In connection with -El Boiton vs. Wiilftm R. Eolton.
for ?nstelliiig several thousand feet the meet, will be appointed next wek Divorce Summons,
of curbing on Kalakaua avenue. Fourj . .. ;
local Contractors entered tlie . lists.. tr f ttt"IJ rK ITV I I,
Men's Clothes, With An
J. E. ROCHA,
ieikini. L. I oiiivey, isapoleon 1 ukui.j nv,et with great '-.success on the' tour. I cents a lineal toot, nenry r rena i, . lloti Ten.h rs will be reived by
Gus Hanna; executive committee. Jciark offered Madame Alaj.ai a hand-!- 1-2 ents a foot, M. Picanco 4, ''nts v;up,:rilitt.I1(1nt (lf puMic Works
W. kawaipao. Pa;il Jarrett. A. H.:SOIlU. salary (o join his company and a foi.t and W. I). Ellsworth 41 cents a untjl v, UOOn () Ti,lir.dav July
Hanna. Charles Opunui. Geurgt traVt.i. assuring her that she is al- foot. . ; ! V4l. the con-tru.-tion of a wire
iVVpitr Arthur Cniti. V U' i.rnli. ... ? t j.ii. I r'i.V U'..lo,r,-,L-!ni Xf q I'rt r 1 "r . Ill . (.Of!.- iiu( I IOH ' H U V, ire
IE. K. Ellsworth (five to elect . (hp renroduction of her soiiks on Fern and Citv and' County Engineer.
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'lentil oi ton hh. : I phonograph records
I This club reelected the officers elect-! Madame Alapai . has accepted t he
! etl on March IS last, viz.: 10. F. P.ish-' offer, so -that the entertainment- and
i oil, president: M. P. Robinson. 1st vice dance to be given her by . the Ha
; president ; J. R. Sousa, 2nd vice presi-; v. aiian band tonight, will be in the
.Pl.-.irW,- spft.-ili:-ati;ns' and blank forms
lent: John A. Wise, secretary: J. T. i i. at tire of
Taylor, assistant secretary; J. W. i ;
; ' i.fo .i-o-ie. j0im Ke,"..H.' Myhrf.1 The Chicago estate of Richard T
: ;. ::. t - a; C. Carvalho; indues of electiun; H..i Cixne, the ironmaster, has been; -as;
i:uTTthin!r in the nrhitinir line at II Walker. Sam Nviuanu. Win. Ahia. .-'se's.ied $2!,1
Whitehouse . have bepn authorized, to
ontop intrt ii Mi'ifr:ii't with -irenrv 1 )
Fries to construct apiroxiniatey , f"r l'" "n tile in the otr.ee of
three miles of road to connect Moan a- th" "i-nnt.-n.In.t ..f .public ; Works,
lua and Puuloa, the same to cost 2--; ;,,,it"1 1,il!,!in- ' i
070, as per bid submitted by the con-i " '3,he,Supn r.ti-ndent of Public: Works
tractor; : . : ."'' : i rervt;s the ri'lit t reject any or all
' . " e . - ' t.-rui. rs.
James Kr noho, .'guardian '--of Carrie
as an inheritance tax. Ringer. Ida Ringer and Rebecca :Ring-l
Star-Riilletln, Alakea street; brautii, F. IV Mclntyre, A. C. Carvalho, extcu- This is the largest iuheritanee tax ever pr, minors, this morning riled a guard
placed in Illinois.
ianship bond of $5'j0in circuit court.
S-il.t rinter;.b nt of Publi..- W orks.
IIoiK.l'ilu, July 12. l'Jl-.
f).)'.v.-Mi r, t,rs, sob- ;v j f f.r R;-
era:,'ini- D-ai'rH ii, p.oy.! Xavy
. EnIi-h bicycler -nl An-.'-riT; Ii'",'.
c!es and .--upp!i'-s. 1 i i 1 r'o-tir.'i;,-.;n.
s-prei;iif,y. 'X'iK.ne i'-.V- S.:;in.. nr.
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t-N TliE CIRCUIT CO CRT. OP-TIi?:
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERCITOfiV OF
HAWAII AT CHAMBERS.
The Territory of Hawaii:
To the HK'h SherrtX e' th- Territory
of Hawaii, or his Ik put.v: the. j?herIfT
of tlie City and County, oi Honolulu,
or bis Deputy;
You are commanded to sitinmon WU
liam'.R. . RoitonVto. appear thirty day
after servit' Ik rent', before such Jude
of" th.e Circuit Court of the First Cir
cuit as shall bf sitting ;.at Chamvr
;n the eourtjnom: of sai-1 Jud ;e, In the
old Yoiim; Men's rhrivtian siori-it'on
Rxii!diug."in Honolu'u. City and County
of , Honr.iulu. -.to. .answer", t! e nr.n -xrA
Libel in Divorce nf KV"p H ' ' o. ; 1
';-i've you then there thi- - lit " frw fr.'t
return of your procerd'rr- t! r o-..
Witness the ITor.or.iMe Vrvt'rz
.fVfd.Te- at -Chambers and. fal o.', t!.3
Circuit Court qf the Fir-t- Circuit.. .at
Honolulu aforesaid, this 12th day of
1 Clerk. -
52S7 July 13, 27; Aug 3. 10, IT