HCMTOkTOP SXAH-B ULLETIN,' TITOKSDAY; NOVEMBER 1, 1917
(Visitors who have not been
examined must be . in the
Temple by seven-fifteen. -
" Lodge Le ' rrogres No. 371.
stated, 7: SO p. r. '
Hawaiian Lodge No. -1. spe
cial, third degree,, 7 :30 p. m.
FRIDAY odge Le Progres No. J71,
special, second degree, :30
p, m'. i
Schofield Lodge Nov 443, E. &
A. M Nov. 3, at 7:30 p. m.,
o'clock. Special meeting. Work
in third degree.
MONDAY . " '
Harmony Lodge No. 3. Keg
ular meeting at 7:30 p. m.
Excelsior . Lodge No. I. Reg
ular meeting at 7; 30 p. m.
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THURSDAY S T J
Olive Branch Rebekah Lodge
No. 2. .Regular meeting at
7:30. p. m. : 7" ;.;: ;V'
FRIDAY- v ; Wrt ,
Polynesia Encampment No. l.
Regular meeting at 7: 30 p. m.
Patrlaarchal degree on nine
candidates. 1 ; .
HONOLULU LODGE. NO. . 1, ,
MODERN ORDP.R OF PHOENIX
Will meet at their home, corner of
B"6tania and Fort streets, ; every
Thursday evening, at 7:3a o'clock.
.. .j.W. ASCH. Leader.
FRANK MURRAY, Secretary.
V O.N O LULU LODGE 616, B.J. O. E.
v- v meets id their hall
. fiff -jAi on Kin- SU near
KJUM Fort, every Friday
J evening. .,viun
: 1 dially invited to at-
.. . M
JAS. H. FIDDES, E R.
Honolulu Lodge, No.' 1
Varsaamlungen Va K. ol F
laden ersten and Critten Montag:
Aug. 6 und 20, SepL 3 und 17, Oct.
1 und 15, Not. 5, und 19. Dec. 3 und 17,
General Versammlung: : Septbr 17.
KMIL KLEMME, Praes.
C. BOLTE, Sekr.
:MYSTIC LODGE No. 2, K. of P.
.Kaets in 'Pythian Hall, corner Fort
and Beretanla streets, every -Friday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting
Brothers cord'ally invited. .
R, GOSLING, C. a
A. B. ANGUS, P. O, X R. and S.
. Magoou Bldg., XS4 Merchant. Open
f Saily from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M.x Phone
, All Visiting Brother. Invited
FREE UKULELE LESSONS
With any instrument you buy from
Ernest K. Kaki
(Get Particulars New)
1 126 Union St. Phone 2028
M'INERNY PARK :
. Elegant Lots. .
OH AS. DESKY, Agent
Young. Building '
Best-In the City - x
Honolulu Picture Framing &
AMERICAN JEWELRY COMPANY
- Office at "THE MODEL- :
- 1189-1141 Fort Street V
SAX FRANCISCO, Oct. 20 Final
steps in carrying out the deal by
which the Amalgamated Sugar Co. is
to take over the plant of the Pacific
Sugar Corporation at Tracy, were
being taken yesterday by ; Ussing,
Poole & Simmons, New York bank
ers. - "I
Representatives of this firm are at
the St Francis, where they wiH be
Joined on .Monday by Leroy R. Ec
cles, vice-president and general man
Jager of the .Amalgamated Sugar Co.,
which is closely connected with and
is controlled by the Mormon church.
The Amalgamated Sugar Co. al
ready possesses extensive plants at
Ogden and Ixgan, Utah; Le Grande.
Ore., and elsewhere, and enjoys tne
reputation in financial circles of be
ing a very strong-corporation.
The Pacific Sugar Corporation,
which is to be examined next week
and taken over, represents a promo
tion of Roy Pike,; and was organized
as an 'incident to the exploitation and
development of extensive acreage
owned by the Whitehall estate, near
Tracy. The price at which the Cali
fornia company is to be acquired has
not be divulged.
During the last two years the
Amalgamated Sugar Co. has been ex
tending the field of its operations
very extensively, and a recent report
from Ogden announced that President
Eccles was contemplating the erection
of a new sugar plantJn the Jefferson
Itiver vallej Montana, conditioned on
th farmers of that section agreeing
to plant 7000 aci-es in sugar beets.
Wilbur C. Woodward, former assist
ant suDerintendent of public works
and acting superintendent for several
separate times when Charles E. Forbes
was on the mainland, has been ap
pointed office engineer in the bureau
of hydrography, land department,
succeeding Charles T, Bailey, pro
moted to chief engineer. .
Mr. Woodward's appointment is
made by Land Commissioner Bertram
G. Rivenburgh. The experience tne
new engineer has had in work on the
various islands is considered of high
value in th6 office. .He began his new
Following his resignation fro the
public works department Mr. Wood
ward was employed for a time , this
spring by the Spalding Construction
Company and later by the department
Quartermaster. - 1 ;1fT7T1
Fourteen candy manufacturers in
Cleveland will cut down on their out
put Jn order to conserve. sugar. n ,r
IN "THE CIRCUIT COURT, - FIRST
Circuit, Territory of HawitMn Pro-
Date At Chambers.
In the matter of the Estate of James
Louzada McLean, deceased P. No.
5173. - " . ' . -
Notice of Petition for Allowance
Accounting, Determining Tust
and Distributing the. Estate.
The petition and accounts .of Trent
Trust Co., Limited, anu Jennie K. Mc
Lean, administrator and. Administra
trix with the will annexed of tl e xes
tate" above mentioned, "WheVein peti-
tioneis ask to be allowed $29,420.63
and charged with $30,014.20;;iand ask
that the same be examined; Snd ap
proved, and that. final order hi made
of distribution of the remaining prop
erty to the persons thereto entitled
and discharging petitioner an 1 sure
ties from all further responsibility
herein having this day been filed.
It is ordered, that Friday, the 23rd.
day of November, A. D. 1917, at 2
o'clock ,p. m: before the Jude presid
ing at Chambers of said Court at his
Court Room in the Judiciary Building,
in Honolulu, City and J County of Ho
nolulu, be and the same hereby js ap
pointed the time and place f o . hear
ing said Petition and Accounts, and
that all persons interested may then
and, there appear and show cause, if
any they have, why the ;same should
not be granted, and may present evi
dence as to who are entitled lj-the
Dated the 16th day of October, 1917.
By the Court: , , !
H. A: WILDER,
W. J. ROBINSON- Esq., ff ;
Attorney r-" Petitioner. .
6920 Ocu 8, 25, Nov. 1, 8.
IN LAND OFFICE
40 HOUSE LOTS
AREAS range from 5000 square feet to 10,000 square Jeet. , , '
; Prices range from 4 cents per square, foot to 7 cents per square foot.
Prices range from $259" to $400 per lot. , ;
Location-Just below the old Booth Homestead, within a few hundred yards of the
, Xuuanu carline or the Emma Street carline . - v .
Soil-Fertile, many fine trees growing. Sewer and water "piped to each lot
MAPS-y " : ' : " - , -
ADDITIONAL TELEGRAPH , NEWS
DEFENSE SOCIETY URGES
WAR ONiHUN ALLIES
(Associated WeMfcyU.S. WTalWlrtUsO
1 NEW YORK. N. Y., Nov ,1, The
trustees of the American Defense So
ciety yesterday passed a resolution
urging upon. President Wilson the
necessity of calling a special session
of congress to declare war upon Aus
tria, Turkey and Bulgaria.
The trustees urge that, in view of
the necessity of . sending immediate
aid to Italy, a state of war between
Americh 'and Austria should.,be. pro-claimed.-otherwise
plications may result, it is " also
pointed out, that the presence of Aus
trian representatives throughout the
United States, many of whom are act
ing as spies and agents of Germany,
adds to the. difficulties ,f keeping
military secrets from the "enemy and
places the seeret service agents and
others in situations where they are
hampered : and embarrassed in their
The arguments applying to ,Austri;i
and the' necessity of a declaration of
war against that power, apply equally
in the cases of Turkey and Bulgaria,
the resolution states. ,
It is pointed out that the regular
date for the convening of congress is
too late, if the best interests of the
nation are to be conserved.
PREVAIL IN RUSSIA
LONDON, Eng., Nov. 1. The gene
ral situation throughout Russia re
mains chaotic, -with many of the pro
vinces evincing a hostility, toward?
the Petrograd government that has
taken the form of refusing to sell
flour to the residents f that capital.
Yesterday the mayor of Petrograd
posted notices throughout the city
thus explaining the scarcity of bread,
announcing that the wheat growing
districts, in - many cases," ha.d refused
to ship flour to the capital. The no
tices urged the citizens to remain
calm; as the government was prepar
ing to remedy this condition. Above
all, he prohibited the holding of any
mass meeting to discuss the food sit
uation. . Throughout the country districts,
anarchism prevails and various at
tempts to destroy railroad' bridges
and rolling stock have been reported.
Neither -passenger nor freight trains
leave any of .the principal centers
now without strong military guards
aboard, "to check any attempts at
seizing the trains or wrecking them,
AGREE T DELAY STRIKE
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 1.
Avoidance of a tying up of the busi
ness of the -cities of the Pacific coast
seemed probable last night through
the efforts of Mediator Reed. He se
cured an agreement to postpone the
strike of the telephone girls Operating
on the switchboards, and the men in
the wiring and trouble departments
who( were to join the strike in sym
pathy. : Before the '.order to postpone and
notice of the agreement tad reached
Seattle the telephone company em
ployes there had voted "to jstrike im
mediately and the operators cftd so as
their shifts ended. Thatthetstrike
has spread to Spokane and other
northern cities is indicated but Reed
expressed the belief that they would
return to Vork pending arbitration..
CHINA PROTESTS JAPAN
CONTROL OF RAILROADS
PEKING, China, Nov. 1. The Chi
nese government, through its depart
ment of foreign affairs, yesterday sent
put to the " powers a formal protest
against the extension of- Japanese con
trol over the railway of the Shan
This protest is based on the claim
of China to a restoration of the sov;
ereignty of the Shantung sectiops
over which Germany had exercised
sovereign power and which were cap
tured by Japan.
FINNS PEEVED AT U. S.
EMBARGO ON FLOUR
"STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Nov. 1.
The ban 'which the United States has
placed upon exports of flour destined
for Finland has provoked Intense bit
terness on the part of both the press
and the people of Finland. They
maintain they are loyal to the Allies
andthat the action taken by the
United States is unfriendly.
PDA 71 1 MDQII l7IMrV.
FEARS HUN UPRISING
BUENOS AYRES, Argentine, Nov! L
Brazil is. mobilizing an army, to pre
vent a German andnro-German upris
ing inthe south. This was told in
reports received from Rio Janeiro
Sale on Premises at 2 P. M.
BRITAIN BACKED U. S.
IN WAR WITH SPAIN
(Associated Press by V e. Wnl Wirelese.) .
NEW YORK, N. Y., Nov. 1 Plans
for a hostile " naval demonstration
against . the United States . by - the
powers of Europe were prevented by
Britain and tlirough the firmness of
Lord Salisbury was the assertion of
Sir George Reid, former commission
er to London from Australia, in a
banquet here last night in which he
sioke for the close relationship of the
two great Anglo-Saxon, or at least
English speaking nations.
In the course of his speech Sir
George Reid pointed out how differ
ences had been settled, soreness heal
ed and the two countries liad been
drawing closer for more than a score
of years. , It was then that he gave to
Great Britain and to Jyrd Salisbury
credit for preventing a hostile dem
onstration by the navies of a number
of European nations .against the
United States at the time of the out
break of the Spanish-American war.
Approaches were made to the va
rious nations of Europe, the speaker
asserted, and finally to England.
hen the envoys came to Lord Salis
bury he emphatically refused to take
any part in the project. He went even
further, said the Australian, and told
them, "If you undertake anything of
that kind you will find the British
fleet facing you."
TEUTONS CAPTURE SMALL
ARMY IN G0RIZIA DRIVE
NEW YORK, N. Y., Nov. l.Offic
lal reports from Berlin state that the
total number of pfisoners now taken
in the great drive is more than a
hundred and twenty thousand, while
the toll of big guns abandoned by the
Italians as they retreated from one,
point to another Is more than a thou
sand. Premier Orlando, "who assumed of
fice at the head of a completed cabi
net yesterday, marked hi3 inaugura
tion to the premiership by sending a
telegram to General' Cadorna, urging
him and his army to resist to the ut
most as all Italy stood united behind
him and preparing to furnish hlrn
whatever assistance in men and sup
plies he might need-
NEW JERSEY HUN EDITOR
INDICTED FOR TREASON
TRENTON, N. J.', Nov. 1. Benedict
Prieth, editor and publisher of the
New Jersey Frei Zeitung was Indict
ed for treason by the federal grand
jury yesterday. The indictment was
based on the wording, the tone and
meaning of several articles which had
been published by the German paper
dealing with the position of the Unit
ed States, causes for entry into the
war and criticism of President : Wll
son, his cabinet and various officials
of the government
DECLARES FOOD IS "
PLENTIFUL IN GERMANY
- BERLIN, Germany, Nov. 1 The
undersecretary of the food department
has issued an official statement in
which, he announces that subsistence
for the nation during the fourth year
"of the war is now assured, the reports
of the harvest being complete.
ine potato crop,.' ne states, "is
over four million tons above the esti
mate, while a com supply has been
secured sufficient to. carry the nation
through until the harvest of 1918."'
FEAR SCHOONER WHITE
BEAR LOST "UP NORTH"
.- - ; ;.. . "n i i , y
NOME, Alaska, Nov. N 1. Citizens
yesterday commandeered a tug which
was despatched to sea to search for
the schooner White Bear. The schoon
er, witn lour persons anoard, was
blown out to sea by. a gale which raged
throughout Sunday and has since not
been sighted. Fears are entertained
that the schooner has become unsea-
worthy and that those aboard are
unable to bring her back to port.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
BONE DRY TERRITORY
WASHINGTON, I). C-,-Nov. l.r-This
capital and the District of Columbia
joined the ranks of the "dry" territory
of the. United States last night at mid
night, under the terms of the recently
enacted legislation. The act of con
gress makes the district bone dry. The
closing hours of the saloons were
marked by noisy celebrations.
KILLED IN JAPAN
''NV- ' -
TOKIO, Japan, Nov. 1. Frank
Champion, the American aviator who
has been .giving a series of exhibition
flights in Japan, was killed-yesterday
when his machine fell during a flight
at Kochio. ,
Honolulu Stock Exchange !
Thursdayr Nov. 1.
d. Baldwin . ..
C. Brewer & Co. . .
Ewa Plantation Co. ..... 31 31
Hzikin Sugar Co. ....... ..... . . . . .
Hawaiian Agr. Co. ........... 40
Hawn.. Com, & Sugar Co. i . . . 43 .
Hawaiian Sugar Co. . . . ... . 35
Honokaa Sugar Co.' . Z 5
Honomu Sugar Coi ..... .....
H utchinson Sugar Plant .v. . . ... .
Kahuku Plantation Co. .. . .... 19
Kekaha Sugar Co. ...... .....
Koloa Sugar Co. V . . .....
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd. 8 84
Oahu Sugar Co. 29 . . .
Olaa Sugar, Co., Ltd.P... 6 V 6
unomea sugar : Co. . . ... .... . 55
Paauhau Sugar Plant Co. ...
Pacific Sugar Mill; ;. . , - Vz
Paia Plantation Co. .... ...
Pepeekeo Sugar Co. .... ...
Pioneer Mill Co. .. . i. .
San Carlos Milling Co...
Waialua Agr. Co.
Wailuku Sugar Co. . . . ;.
Endau Dev. Co, Ltd. ....
, 1st Is. As. 7 pc Pd....
2nd Is.-As. fully paid...
33 34 i
Haiku Fruit & Pack, Pfd
Haiku .Fruit &. P3ck. Com'..... ....
Hawaii Con. Ry. 7 pc. A. ..... 6
I wii. . W 1 v. w . . . . . . ...ft
Hawaii Con. Ry. Com.... ..i-l.
Hawaiian Electrrc Co. ... -
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.. '40 40'
Hon. Brew. & Malt Co.. 19 19J2
Hrrolulu Gas Co., Ltd. .
II . . Ub k.. WW..... ..........
Inter-Island ,S. N. Co. . . . . .. . . 180
Mutual Telephone Co. . ." ..... 20
Oahu Railway & Land Co. .....
Pahkng Rubber Co. ..... .... ...
Selama-Dindings Plant. . 14J4 15
Selama-Dindinps, (O pc)
Tanjong Olok Rubber Co.
BONDS - :
Beach Walk Imp. Dist, . .
I i ofiiaiwa uiuii wvi... . . ....
Hawaii Con. Ry. 5 pc. ... ...;. 80
nanauiii iiii ww., v... ..... .....
HaW. Ter. 4 pc. Refufitf . .
HTw. Terr'I 4 pc.Putu Imp .....
Vivi. Terr. Pub. Imp. 4 pc
Hw Terr'I ; 3. 2 pc . v ............ .
Hpokaa Sugar Co. ..... . . . .T 93
Honolulu Gis Co., Ltd 5s ...... ....
Hilo Gas Co. 6 pc....... ..97 100
Kauai Ry. Co 6s ....... ..... ....
iTiaiiwa iiiiu. uitti J2 Hw. ..... ..
Ntw&ryde Sugar Co., 5s. . .....
Mutual Telephone 5s ... .
Oahu R. & L. Co., 5 pc.
Oahu Sugar Co., 6 pc,
Olaa Sugar Co., 6 pc. .. ..... 97
Pacific Guano &' Fer; Co. .....
Pacific Sugar Mill Co. . . 100
San Carlos Milling Co... ... . . ... .
Between Boards SalesMO McBryde
8.25; 100 McBryde, 8.1252; 140 Hawn
Pines, 40.50; 30 Olaa, 7; 5, 5 Waialua
Session Sales: .100; Olaa, 6.87J4;.v10a
Olaa, 6.75; 50, 10 Waialua, 24.
Dividends Nov. 1: Haiku, $1; Ke
kaha (extra), $6;. Koloa (extra), $5;
Paia, $1; Pioneer, 40c.
Latest sugar quotation: 96 deg. test,
690 cents, or $133 er tan.
r Thursday, Nov. 1, 1917. i
. Bid ' Asked
' OIL .
Engels Copper Mining 6.00
Mineral Products Co. . .07
MountairKKIng Mining .09
Montana Bingham Co. .48
Madera Mining Co.... .29
Sales: 16,800 Bingham, .52; 1300 M.
King, .10; 1800 Bingham, .50.
Note: Mineral Products is now sold,
assessment (2c) paid. ,
Henry Water'nouse Trust Co,
Members Honelulu Stock and Bond
' Exchange .
Fort and Mercnant Streets
' Telephone 12C8
MEW ORLEANS SUGAR
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 1. Follow
ing the information published in. the
daily papers " yesterday morning on
th? new regulations of the food .ad
ministration and the suzar commis
sion and which raises the prescribed
price .that may be paid for the Cuban
cane, product a full cent, and in the
absence of official advices from the
food administration on the subject of
prices for New Orleans sugar, tne
local sugar "exchange elosed today.
When desired instructions are receiv
ed the exchange will reopen.
it is taken here that the raise in
price given to Cuba will automati
cally change the agreement that, was
reached between the food adminis
tration and Louisiana producers and
raise the price a cent-a pound but
wiUi na official advice as to thlsrtne
brokers determined to close the .ex.
change.; " : y : " r. t4
CANADA TO VOTE ON
OTTAWA ' Canada. Nov. 1. Tlte
date for the general election In Cana
da was" announced last night, polling
fft fair Tilaee throuchout the Domin
ion . on December 17. The issue; is io
he : whether ; the conscription - act.
passed some weeks ago, is : toTbe re
tained as it .stands or whether -the
parliament shall v Buspend the open-
tions of that act until a. referendum
of the voters can be taken. .
ANOTHER LOAN TO BRITAIN
WASHINGTON.. D. C Nov. i.An
additional twenty-five million -.. dollars
was loaned by the treasaryyesterdaj
to Great Britain. ,:-:-:v.; y.'M:.
. -. " v.'-.-
The blue jay, a little bigger than a
robin, is unmistakable.1 : The kinglets
are tiny, olive gray and .dull white
fancy caps : the golden crowned yellow
and black striped; the ruby -crowned
as named. :; h l-v ;v,
SJhen Your Eyes HccdCcrr
Try Murine Eye Remedy
. : Federal ar Ta:ie3 ' '
Complete infonnation concerning effeet-of the new
taxes and surtaxes 6n individuals' and corporations.
Bishop Trust Co.,
U Bethel Street . '
HAWAIIAN TRUST GO., Ltd.
it-U Stocks and : Bonds -
Real Estate - , : .f Insurance
" s i rj Safe Deposit Vaults
Authorized by law to act as Trustees, 'Execu
tors, Administrators and Guardians . (
ft ... .' 1
your : ; surplus - capital in
your own and -ycur fam
ily's relfare. Stait a Sav
ings Account. ' Z.
Interest" Paid on Savings
Fort and Merchant ;
Fort Street, near Queen
Transacts a General -Banking
Invites your account and guaran-
tees safe and efficient service.
Exchangev Letters of Credit and ,
Travelers' : Checks issued .on
principal points. : i :
Gable Transfers r
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK,
Capital subscribed. . . yen 4 - 000,000
Capital paid up....Vvyen 30,000,000
Eeserve fund's. .. . . .yen 22,100,000
S. AWOKL Local Manager
C ;E. C. PETERS
:V':J'- 210 McCandiess bid-. . . .
' Honolkl'j, ;T. i.Z:j''::'-'-t
Stocks, ; Bonds, Securities, Loans
Negotiated, Trust r.ites ftTanaged
.P. H. 3URi-ETTK
79 Merchant St Phrne 1845
Commissioner of Deeds .
V California and New York '
Draws: Wills, Deeds, Mortgages and
,' all Legal Documents
Paints, Plumbing Supplies, Building
Materials. - Prices low. ' Houses built
on instalment" plan. Choice House
Lots for sale :
. CITY MILL COMPANY, LT-V
Telephone 2478 r. O. Box 051
PACIFIC ENGINEERING .
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struo
tures, S(ee Structures Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and "Estimates oa
Projects. Phone 1045. : ;
& Distillate Crude Oil and
Vl ' r:.. . Kerosene ;'. ' '
U DURA NT-1 R V I N E . C O, LTD. -
45 King St.
I, a II
Life, Fire, 'Marine, ;
Baggage or Accident
c. rap, m
SPh;- (t-IM I TED)
V SUGAR "ACTORS -i
- COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SHIPPING ANfX INSURANCE
X, - ..AGENTS ' 1
FORT ST,' HON O LULU, T. H.
List of Officers .and Directors:
ET. r. BISHOP. ; . . .... President
G. H. ROBERTSON. i..,.... r
..Vice-President a. d Mana3?r
R. I VERS ..... ........ ; .
. Vice-President ; ami Secretary
A. GARTLEY. . . ; Vice-President
E. A. R.' -ROSS.. .Treasurer"
GEO. R. CARTER..... Director
C. H. CpOK......Dir.ctor
J. R. G ALT. . ......... Director
R. A. COOKE. Director
D. G. MAY...... Auditor
- a. . a .
'f i Sugar Factors "
and Insurance Agents
: ' ; i "r : - - i -
Z:yy..:- "'I'-' Agsnts for . .
.waiian Commercial', & Cuzir
Company. .' . ".''."T' ' ,!
Haiku" Sugar C ompany. 7
Paia Plantation Compuny. '
Maui Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Compuiy.?
. Kahclui Railroaa Company;
McBryde Sugar Company.
Kahului Railroad Company; ""
Kauai Fruit & Land Co., Ltd.
Honolua Ranch, v , ; 1"
in a safe place. We pay 4 interest
BISHOP & COMPANY
B. F. DILLIliGHAM CO., LTD, "
Fire, Life, : Accident, Comp: nsation
, . - SURETY BONDS r .
HOME 'INSURANCE COMPANY OF
' H AWA 1 1, LI M ITED ; .
816 Fort Street ; " Telephone 3S23 ;
J. F. MORGAN C0. LTD.
STOCK BROKERS " ;.
Information Furnished and Lean -Made
Merchant Street Star Building ;
. Phone 1572
Electricity, gas, screens in all hcj;n
Neat twb-bedroom house ia towi, Z1
Small furnished ccttage for tvo, ?15
Fine neT?" 3-bedrooni hocse,
j. h. scnnAr:
Fort' and -Merchant Streets - : " :
Phone 1S52S24 Kaahumanu St. Tel. c:',7
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