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HONOLULU BTAIWBDLLETIN, THURSnATifAY 23, 1914.
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ILEY H. ALLEH
to a r?. 7 cavil me. aJ that , , yon it an t
infn'ilonr. you trill hare to rail, fin a bitty "wan
-the other. kind ha mi UmeYAwYi Hnhhard.
n::;:Loto a kilucksilar edskess
1 r take ftomething won than politirM to run
itv ami county of Honolulu. -.'. ... '..
It tnkc8,Kninotliin niorx than ability to corner
I deliver 'a finv dozen or a'few muv or ii few
; lntl votes. It tab's MMJietbin;: more than
:onal; popularity ; ; Komethin; inore than
:ooth work, Komethin; more than palaver.
The city and county of Honolulu in rt million-
ir ImsinesM proposition?
THE PEOPLE'S CDAUBER BF COilUEECE
r "In arranging the Ly-Iates It was the Idea of the
special committee to get the Chamber of Commerce
of Honolulu as far away a possible from pore busi
ness control. The Idea' of the amalgamation Is to
Inspire the members with, a sense of civic respon
sibility; to riseabove 'the selfish Interest of busi
ness. We want the members of this organization to
vote as they feel .best ,foir the "community and the
Islands. We want to broaden out so that any man
Interested in the welfarepf the community can Join
with the business men and get' away from Ideaa
purely ; business." F, ' C.f Atherton. chairman Joint
f committee on by-laws of Chamber of Commerce of
Honolulu. ; x ' ; y . :- y . . . . -X ; yx -. -'-' .;; ' x x .
.The Ohamler of Commerce of Honolulu logins
a career of p-eat ami vital prom ise w i t h a pi lgt
to?the 'kiplejliatlt is fourideil onthe ideas of
coinmiinitypwelfafc and pfopjress. , v .
, It'lMfjinW existence with the pledge f hat mere
business will notcontrol its actions. rr r '-V-
.A. D CASTRO is, back from a bus-'
incss tour of the island of Kauai.
The many students and friends of
the College of Hawaii who attended
., , 1 . Y . ; I It invites every gjooI citizen to join in the in-
.ho men put into municipal office this Mimrlnj work of civic pn-nvs: : V . ;
' to handle the receipt anl disbursement of ,Tlieresn
i"ncy than inutiMiths of the privateiiv,,,
; ora!ion Imsinesises in Hawaii.;
I to are a few facts and fiires to show! the
I hi siness at t his city; 'f: :;Mi. ': y'Hr"' -- v-':
; 'inures, for Iflllt- V ;V:.: fe'
."! '.-'w :' Rmipts v , ;."
era i fund . . . . . . 0 , ; . . . $
"il fund ... ......
nmont improvement fund.w
1 'tax fund
Hishui'sements " . -Y v Y
ral fund . . . ......... . .. . . . ..?7r2,l 70.1 7
1 fund .................. . . . 17,405.50
nncnt iiiiprovemeiit fund ... . . . 104,70i).15
lax rund . . . ....... . v. .... 50.015 13
a . ,
s ince .January 1, 1914, $74,282.77. ,
: iiaales for 1914 ( wliat the city has at its
and, includiii halanc;s brought forwanl) :
: -I fund . . . . . .... 71 TIO OO
i fund . . . . ... .h. . . . . ; . ; vv .03,000.00
:u nt impi-ovcnicnt fund ... 178,000.00
laxjunu ... . ... . s.ooonn
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: ality the-huiiiess:pf the city for 1914 will
:! r than shown above leca'use of the trans
: the .waterworks "and sewer system. Tlie
for 1915 will ; bei'mucli larcr'tlian for
: for last year. ; .' ,. .'' " ' ;.Y Y:;
many businessmen would entrust the
of -a iijillion-dollar business to inefli
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many stcK-kluddei-s in a lantatiort or a
( ir system" or a pineapple factory wouid
t the he-ad' of their corporation men who
nothing of the details of runuing the busi-
. Voter, you are a stockholder in the city
::i ty of I lonolulu. In a few months you
callel on to decide whether 'or not you
to make a Hiane in. tlie management of
Millioinlollar business. '
just iam, average common seuse to ask
Mates for the job .what A they knowabout
: - the city, what they ran do if Jhey are
i iff.ee. . ; . -
ning a millioiHlollar business on hot air
; ilitical palaver isn'f .going to pay,the kind
videmls tin?' people f Honolulu are en-
ixeuTA c:lc::;j m
at "offieial ilisi:itch,,-fnV.3rexiVX?ity.
ingt on that president Hiierta juay resign
M 1k taken with a, grain of salt.-. '
. ; parcntly Huerta has several times previous
giveni. hints that he jnirht quit, but
y have ls'eii nothing etse luit 'fwler"
in ( )Shai?glineissy, the former charge df-
-s at Mexico City and lmerinCs:ivph'nfa-
there ; through many- troublous months has
1 a U'tter opiortunity to know Huerta than
v other,; American 'Official. He pictures the
xiean dictator asr intensely piiacious: and
: iuate,;. iron-willetl, ai fatalist and a litdiover
I .is owii lucky star. Such a man is not likely
quit now.- He will feel out the situation
vinie loinriT. Aot until ITni W K im Mru.t o.iA
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ATTORNEY a W: ASHF'ORD is
away on a business trip to the island
FRAN'K J. TURNER left yesterday the exhibition tn the Home Economics
for HHo and the volcano, to be away department . held in the college bulld
for some days. Ing yesterday afternoon -were sarpiis-
- - - - r- ed and gratified to see the amount
MRS, MAX GREENBAUGH h tone and Quality of the work turned out
to Kauai, where she will be for two during the year in thU branch of the
weeks a guest at the home of J. il. college, work.- The cooking, sewing.
Coney, w ... and fine arts rooms were open to the
'.: . ' visitors and Miss Florence Lee and
W. H. j SMITH, the HHo attorney. is M- K ' Chipman, assisted by the
returned to the big Island yesterday Btudenta in their departments, recelT
after remaining In thla city some-days d and showed the '. guests about,
on a. business mission. . r ;poIntIng;cut the interesting features
'::y ; . , ' ,:. In the exhibits. It was a remarkable
JOHN , W. CALDWEIL, chairman demonstraUon of what the college ts
or the barbor commission. Is depart- actually , accomplishing and .those who
lug for.' the bis: Island this eTentng to noted the quantity of ; artistic and
make a'generai inspection of wharves practical .work - displayed realized
and landings. The new Kuhlo wharf more than ever that; the,College
will receive attention before ' Chair- Hawaii Is offering opportunities wktch
man Caldwell's return to Honolulu on local .. people have never had access
next Tuesday morning. A. v - to before. The courses offered are
' ' m mm t ' "" ' '' ' : designed ' to meet- practical purposes
-MrSyyyy y'y.:--- as well as. college-requirements,-and
the work Is developed from the first
preliminaries up to the more difficult
advanced stasres.. - . -:.v- , . ,
T:r;-; " . ,; ' ' "- , iQ the " fine arts , department, the
p.-1 WEAVER : The'ordlnances freshman ' work i consists of petfcil
governing the water ai)d sewer works sketches; rubbed charcoal work, both
are on the last writing, ' ' from still life and outdoor scenes, and
;-?-ij';:,V;;':-.. :'r ... ' j point work in charcoal ?. done from
r-CHESTER DOYLE: Y: That Jap- casts. The object- of this work is
anese who was fined 3 for' being late principally to familiarize the student
for court must think breakfasts are with the different methods and leads
expensive In Honolulu. up directly to the second year's work
:;'v':'fs,:.i ;. . t which is devoted to Water : colors.
wM AYOR J.v J, FERN J Y You might Here flowers. ; stilly life ; and outdoor
.',.n lAAt fnini.liiM" nlnvar rtn awntt ' ara. ranrrwliimtrl .and nuns nf
It IS a matter Of Peculiar CTatlflCiltlon to Hip th. v Mnn toa'as look for the water color studies on exhibition
reflect much credit and ability to the
students and Instructor. Thls course
-rE. P. IRWIN: I am settled in" is largely a study of .colors in their
San Francisco now, but 1 often think different combinations, and after a def-
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wHPimiugf j j i snouni; resnii,immeuiateiv?ln a
1 a re increase?, i n menilMrship.Y. ; Y V Y"
: The ChamWr of Coinmem of Honolulu should
he a 4iMpn I a r y i nst i t u t ion i n 1 several senses ' of
the wonl popular jn;memler!hip
in the fjivor of the people; It' should T be ( the
clearing-house fu ideas nnd activities hased on
the desire to help HtuioluluY r Y'' Y Y
r . - i' - iiiniiiiiinm in iiil i me : Ul mauua uva h m'
fctar-Bulletin which lias
amalpimation of the two comniercial;b)dies?on-
San Francisco now; but I often think" di
of the good old town -of Honolulu," lnite color chart has been made, cos
where I spent so many.'happy days. . : turned and Interior design are , taken
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the lines finally adopted, that the riew hamler
lvckons with and now asks the aid of ahe liun
dmls of everyday citizens who for long years
hiive wjshwl an )j)rM)rtunity to work, fortheir
city in the ranks of a hipr, enerp:eticrid 'thor
buhl' deniociy tit
is the people s ,cliamler of commerccC ' Y
;CCL HABVfl'S DEFENSE
? Col. Oeor-e Harvey that stiUich; old Bourlrm
who usl to edit Harper's Weekly anoY is now
enpiNl in further; enibalming the Xorth
can Keview, del ivered a speech. Iefore the 3Ier
chants Cluh of Bosttw on i wril 2lYHentitled
part of the defense Y
Now fore the 'tariff. , We reformed: the Urlff .not'
,i precisely as? we. reformed bur Diplomatic Service ?:
because Ve, reduced It That Is what we promised' -;
' to do. That is what we; were elected to do. - The '' i
precise degree of that reduction was not fixed dur-1-ing
the campaign, and it must be admitted that waY
, went; somewhat beyond the terras of the bill which
- bad already passed the Democratic House of Rep- ' "
resentatives. Some ay even now, as Artemus Ward
of Napoleon, that we -tried to do too much and
we did It." ; People in Louisiana ; who are breaking "
their , sugar machinery , into Juuk and some of ' the
;; beet growers in the West are talking that, way," very i
much as the farmers voted at the recent congress.
sional election In - Iowa. But what of it? . We had '-'t,:
. a principle to sustain: andj sustained The time-,
- may come, in fact it.i'eems.to be approaching, when ' -.we
may need the tSO.OOO.OOa of revenue so easily de-
rived from the smalt tariff upon sugar, but if so, we'
have only to. increase the income tscL -y:-- ';;CY
Colonel Harvey evidently 'thinks of tliesupir
tariff legislation a piod Ideal as:Hawaii thinks
it. . y x-r ,:v;-;;1.-''?- -:.--.r
closing tuxuM tukkateneiX
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GEORGE Pw CARTER:. I have , related . to the domestic science cours-
high hopes for , the progress of the es.ln dressmaking and home decora
Chamber of Commerce of Honolulu. - Jion- .They are also preparatory to
The organization is going to do things, jtbe ' work in china painting and de-
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.rr-THXPWOOprI signed . the; last YThes latter courses work from very
check ,yesterday as treasurer cf the simple problems in design, beginning
Chamber of Commerce. ' .Now,. I will; with, onlr vertical lines and dots, no
turn the books over to the new treas
with only vertical lines and dots, up
;to the more, difficult, work ofr con
. ventionalizlng. flowers, ' etc. The de-
iw. v . r signs ior me cnina pieces . are raaoe
J. D. LEYENSON.v ,The Ad Club by the "students themselves and some
dance at the armory Friday rwill start of the work exhibited was exquisite.
! 4 fj!SC'.r;
at 9 o clock. The scientific tango and
other fancy dances VUti; be; demon
strated by Mrs.. Mary, Gunn and Miss
Lucy Dimond. " -j u' .v;-; v x
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t OEL d. COHEN t ; r.found Maul
people keen for high cU&i, amusement
in completing a repeat itquj of the Isl
and, One " or .tw.onovetJ! acts taken
over1 fhrf 'met jwUa . a1eptbu8iaf Uc
reception. - v . .-, A- jY.sl-i r -s : ;
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CHARLES H. R03Eu, As sheriff of
the city and -county of ;Honolulu,.iI
will confer with. Mayor J4 J. Fern be
fore naming a deputy sheriff. YWhile
t.everal; persons have been suggested
for the position, but one vacancy ex
Ists ?x.kiS::f.:::x-- x' x
WILUAM COELHO Y Politics on
Maul are beginning to sizzle at a rate
that x presages ' a -hot ;-' campaign for
some of the better offices.; At least
three parties are beginning to groom
candidates for the race.'""; " c :-
The art rooms were most attractively
decorated with" palms, ferns and flow?
ers; while? the exhibits . of. paintings,
drawings and china were very artls
tttcally ' and pleasingly arranged.- .. v
v In the .sewing rooms a most Inter
esting display greeted the eye lovely
gowns, -dainty; hanf-made babv Press
es, fancy . waists, and. man v forms of
plafa se-Ing . and., embroidery. ".The
class beain; work 'wlth ' bought x rat-
ternv ier Kwnicn iney oraii ineir
own patterns until later they do Wflh-
out any guide, modeling on the forms
airect. rrom pictures or meir ; own
ideas. The- results of the course are
certainly most satisfactory. - v ,; f" ?
? In the domestic science, kitchen Dr
A. -F.: Jackson had arranged . an Inter
esting diatelcs exhibit Many differ
ent kinds of ; food, each , containing
1 00 -" calories -of heat, -were arranged
on plates and the strikingly;; varying
bulk;- of . each . s erved - to d emon stra te
the relative fuel values of these foods.
A new method of posteurizlng Infants
L1EUT.' CM. CROCKETT (Actlue'niilk. was also shown. C The .walls of
Adjutant, lit Hawaiian SrlgadeJ if In- the spacious white kitchen Were hung
dicatlons are that the" organiations with Instructive charts on meats, ce-
whlch will take part In: the Memorial
Day parade will turn out in force, and
that, the parade, will be one of the
reals, and other foods. In the dining
room delicious ; refreshments x were
served lemon and grape ' sherbet
most impressive ever -vseen here on cake, wafers and cookies, all prepared
DecoraUon, Dny.y' '' J y ;:,y XX by? the cooking classes. . - X X y..
xfx " 1 i:'-rvc" v-':l Taken altogether the exhibltljwas
; HAROLD CASTLE: " The Maui. a great success and the many visitors
polo players are planning to come who filled the rooms vall - afternoon
ovcr;for a return game about the mid-1 were most enthusiastic In their Dralse
die of- June. - If possible an JOahu -of - the work actually accomplished In
team will make another trip to Maui . these practical and Instructive cours
to ,play July 4. Wewant ranothe es. . ; k -
chance ' at' the . Valley- Islanders -on j v This Is a very busy" week' foV ' the
; It should not be, neeessarypri he errrtbrial
hoarl of ai-ienltnre and f orestiX to lose tip the
monutain trails Jwek of , Homdnlu simply he
eanse a few irresponsible and t malicions ; van
dals have tiiinpereil with )i rid injured the hydri
graphic survey stations; ami: instruments alon
the trjiil. Vt unless a metlnxl is -found "to
check these vandals' some nf tli v Vnwlloof
eitrwilllK-elosetl to the hundreds Vho now use we fner" club. Sunday morning Dr.
tluii " ' r. ' ..;' v : i . . Ion top,- either In winning meets here. 1 SnuMor viu nroh tho f.M.i.n.A.
Hert is something for! the Tnill anr;Moun
tain Club an active and Useful orianizat ion; 6
uiku up ana rem ed v. . . j ... M
-W. T. RAWLINS T- The Hul Nalu Is
not made up of "short 8ports,,,: or of
those who . whine. .We ara out ' for
clean , sports and to' encouraee thp !
- a w ufe.u ai. -in iiiirifn iiiiiiiiiiiv M?ir.
college as It closes its doors at the
end of the month. Examinations, and
preparations for the exhibit have
quite filled the earlier part - of the
week. Tonight class, day, will be cel-
for the outcoine of liiediatioiiw
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't "much hope
top,- either in wrinmng meets here. 1 Scudder. win nreurh tho .ai.r.M.t
or in faking, the initiative In sending J sermon for the senior class, and Mon-
" f,vr Ialits rand gentlemeni is 'the time to
make sufestions for tho!915 3Iid4acific Car
nmd. ; l)ou;t wait until tlie Carnival ! over arid
then put your sntionsjn the forni of knocks:
There will " be aCmeeting of the
board of health this afternoon at 3:30
o'clock. -The business to be attended
to is mostly ' routine, and" the reading
of sanitary Inspectors reports will
take up most of the time.
day aitemoon commencement : will
take place Jon the college campus
where the members . of the class; of
1914 will receive their degrees: - x-
r Still, if you find yourself in a rut.
remember mat a rut 'Is , the smooth
est part of the road. i c V- : r
This is the time of year when announwinents
1 ( t ii-ement f rom jwlitics may bexi)ecttNl A
TTiont hs f roin now and most of the var-horses
5 -bo champing oii thc.ittb'-t.backfriito xth.e
wel 1-knowu ;bnsinessmaa and i eiijirieer ; of
3Tayor Fern; is le-inniii to look anidous
these days. Ileware the Ides of ptemberAfr'
inyorl - ( : :x - ,: ' xx- .., -
.Tim n4 t. ' " m ' X ' '
y 'v:V' 1 in oer 01 uommeree is on to new
brisines1 X: . : 'x - .-;..-? ;. :
: "": porir has dealt another blow
ulu declares that: the city waterworks if i to Knlarid with the captuririff of the Derbv
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3 bedrooms. $75
2 bedrooms. . 60
3 bedrooms.. 43
6th Ave., Kalmuki,
10th Ave., Kalmuki.
3 bedr. I 340
3 bedr... 50
2 bedrooms,; $25
4 bedrooms... 43
Walkiki Beach. ., 4 bedrooms. $60 ; KInau St.,
Wllhelmina Rise, 2 bedrooms. 30 Lunalilo St.
yyyyyx. for sale " 'y r ,
A home in the Waialae Tract, Kaimukl, having a frontage on two
streets of 90 feet. Owner anxic us to sell and will sacrifice. A . big
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Your stationery is a very bnporfant detail. Do;;
' ymi not nwl a further supply of Correspondence ' ;
Canls with Knvelops to match xxxx::yi
Wichman 6c Co.
: : Jewelers 7'
INDIA'SICOMSUM PTIOn OF GOLD
The testimony of experts is mostlhaf been subjected to repeated lava- -
conflicting concerning ; the uses to. sions and innumerable internal : wars,
which., gold shipped to India 1$ put and her people hare never complete -Some
say It Is hoarded, while jt few 1 ly lost their hereditary sense of Instv
are ready to prove by a formidable aijcurlty. ,Eanklng .facilities are - s,tlll i"
ray of; atatistlcs that It cannot be ex-1 sparse, and it would be surprising It
icusi trtj uuryeu. iuu&e who uciiitc . iuunui qij doi aoaro.
that India possesses a vast store of
hoard ed,, treasure : make- the - Wildest
guesses.. at its probable total. . The
most popular estimate of the hoarded
wealth of India ; puts the total at
300,000,000, which would amount to
tV per', head of the population; but
some credible estimates are far high
er.: The experts. quarrel, again,, about
the probable effect of India's absorp
tion of gold upon the world's money
markets and the prices o. commodi
ties"; Some - say that all gold-using
countries benefit thereby, while ; oth
ers, such aa Sir Edward Holden, ap
pear to hold the "the drain of gold
to India" is a potential menace. The
commission, while declining to' In
dorse either of V these mutually; de
structive contentions,' has' declared in
effect - that an. Increased use-: of gold
In India should not In future be en
couraged ; by the government, but In
dia already., seems disposed to resent
this recommendation. ; ' .' " y ' f -.Whether
gold is hoarded, in India
or not is really a. question of terms
But 'hoarding does not necessarily;
r:;r.a'burj;lns la. the ground or con
cealment in the ; roofs of houses,,
though these practices are doubtless
extensive. TJ. M Keynes, a member
of the commission, tells a story of 'av
Brahmin In Eastern Bengal who eten ,
lioardr, currency notes la hU roof. .
Once 1 weeK he retires privily aud r
spreads them -out In the sun to re-
move the: damp. A very large pro
portion of the hoarded wealth of In-'
dia is, however. In the form of gold
and silver i ornaments. It Is into
these ornaments that the bulk of the;.
;tuu!on. and sovereigns, " as well ras
mnchVof the silver,, disappears. ,
'London Dally Mail. .; . v- .
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tin che of the windows of the Me-
rlnerny shoe store on Fort street are.
displayed aorae cf the fruits and in
habitants of the Palmyra Islands, the
new possession of Judse Henry C.
Cooper.' Among the collection broujht
tack, by Judge Cooper from, his last,
trip to. Palmyra are monster -mollusk '
All nations hoard gold iipon occasion, shells, giant tree-cllmbln crate, tnam -
If England were threatened with a t mcih cocoanut9, t Urge epln.l ;.' shell -great
.war tomorrow-we may depend and many other curios that are wortli
upon it that there would be a rush a. visit to ree. .At tta tacsrquni cf
for gold on the part of those people the collection- now on exLitlon an
who, possessed both foresight and a a number of oil sketches cf Palr.yra
balance at the bank. It Is estimated,: Islands by D. Howard llkcicock, tht"'
that during the Balkan crisis the peo-r artist, who was one of the party that
pies of .Central Europe obtained and wont l with Judge Cooper on the last
hoarded 60.000.000 In gold. India visit, ".
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'l-rV;;' ;-K,We .wish, to assure,;!! merchants 'x'x-"k-tti
nd-" property owners .'for whom . we '
xXxCixx have had the opportunity of writing
;y ' - ;-' . - 'FIR13 INSURANCE that they will be ;
:; '"''' ; '..''. r :'r advised fully as soon as possible after
"'fx'..-.j-y tho NEW - RATES . and CO-INSUIt
jANCE CLAUSE.come,.Jnto effect on " '
.iZft-&U&Mw lst.,1914, ,;.:.-.:. :. ,. X :,-y ...... ....
yM'rkXt ?.;,. Return' premiums wtlt'-be allowed ;'
, i ' :'x y wherever In order and details of ihe
. CO-INSURANCE CLAUSE will be .
' submitted for consideration.
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In soma of the latest designs. Ster
ling and best plated We sngrave them.
VIEffia JEVELRY CO., Ltd. 113 Hotel St.
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( 2136 Damon .Ave....;. 3 bedrooms .;.j5d.Qa: t
2747 tower Manoa Rd ...2 bedrooms . , . . , .V.v; . r 60.00
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;' V , . "; ;-.-! UNFURNISHED.''" ; -'"-l';'- : ;" -;"'.'-1205
Alexander St. . . V. .3 bediwm .. 3f 0d M"
1915 Kaiakatia?4Ave 7.7.3 : bedrooms ... ...... V... ... . 30.00.
823 Beretania St.v...3 bedrooms ... ... ..'. t30.0o'4;'
-2015: ;.priVe4f.3 jMwmi 7. . . V . . V; '.V 40.00
1313 Makikl .S; .V.i bedroomV CI. . . ....... 35.00 rX
181 Beretania StT..;...2 -bedrooms i . .. . 25,00
1428 Makikl Sii .;. ..l ; . 2 bedrroms" . , . ?T . ... 25.00
1225 Wllhelmina RlsV.7.2 bedroomsT(200 ft. from car). 270
1339 Wilder Ave.... . ...3 bedrooms , i L S.S 40M : y .
Lnnalllo St ...3 bedrooms . . . J.. .... .... .T. 45.00
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Fort aid Merchant St3; :
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203 Bank of Hawaii Building
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