Newspaper Page Text
DAILY BULLETIN: ITONOLULW, IT. L, JANUAKY 15, lBflO.
2nd District, 2nd Precinct
I llltlol tllll
Registration of Voteis !
Tho lo.U(l o( lii-peeton of Elu
tim for tlic 2nd 1'iecinel, 'Juil Dis
trict, Honolulu, will nucl foi 1'egN
tering Voteis and eonecting the
U?gUtcr, ut the 1'olling I'hu-e foi
said Viecinct (Hon. W. H. Wee's
Barn, School street), on FHI1UY,
Jun. 17th, from 7 to 'J 1-. m., uii SAT
UKDAY. .Inn. 18th, fioin :'. toll
i-. m.; nt Engine Co. Xo. A, m MON
DAY and TUESDAY. Jun. 20th and
21st, from 7 to tt each evening.
Meeting'- will lie held at above
places on tame days of the weeks
and at miiio limn until I'uithei
g0 Voteis will pleaM-bung then
Tax Receipts with them.
JONATH N SHAW.
A') tf Chainnan.
1st District, 1st Precinct !
Inspectors' Notice of Time and Place
For Registering Voteii.
The Inspcctois of Kleetinn ioi the
lt Pieeiuct ot the 1st District of
Honolulu (the 1st l'reeinet com
plices that poition lying ea-t of
I'uuahou stieet fioin tlio mountain
to the sea) will hold meetings for
Registering Yoteisand collecting the
Register, "WEDNESDAY, .Ian. 15th,
IS'JO, between the houis of 2 v. M. and
i h. m at the oflice of the Hawaiian
Cniriage Manufaetoiy, Queen street.
Also meetings for Itcgistiatiou ot
Voteis will be held at Long Hiarteh
11.1th?, "Waikiki, TUESDAY. .Ian.
Hth, SATURDAY, .Ian. 18th, from 7
to 1) r. i., at Kamoiliih Cliuieh, Jan.
17lh, same, houis, and at Woodlawn
Daily TieniNe, Jan. 20th, Horn ti
to P J-. i.
Chaiiinan of Inspcctois 1st l're
einet of 1st District. -117 td
2uil District, 1st Precinct !
Registration of Voters !
The Inspectors of Election foi the
2nd Dietiiet, 1st 1'ieeinet, Honolulu,
will hold meetings for -Registering
Voteis and collecting the Register,
on THURSDAY, Jan. 10th, liom Jl
to 0 i-. m., at Maemae Church, on
SATURDAY, Jan. 18th, at Stoie,
coiner of Nuuaint and l'auoa stieets,
between the sum- bonis, and on
.MONDAY, Jan. 20th, at l'auoa
Chinch, same hours.
ALFRED V. CARTER,
Chairman oflnspectoisof Election,
1st I'leeinet, 2nd District.
-1 10 Ot
3M District, 1st Precinct !
Registration of Voters.
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing will be held ia the 1st Piccinct,
:iid Distiiet, Honolulu, at the Hono
lulu Rilles Armoiy, Ueietania tiect,
on MONDAY, Jan. 13th, between the
houis of 7 and 9 i-. m on "WEDNES
DAY, Jan. 13th, came hours, and on
FRIDAY, Jan. 17th, and SATUR
DAY AFTERNOON, from -1 to 0, for
t he pui pose of Regi.-teiing Voters and
cm reding the Register. Thefts meet
ings will be continued fioin week to
week at the same place on the same
days anil bonis as above.
117 If Cbiiiman.
stli District, 2nd Precinct!
Rf ghtration of Voters !
The Inspcctois of Election foi the
2nd 1'ieeinet of Distiiet 3, Honolulu,
(l.ihu, will meet in said I'tieinetat
the Reforniatoiy School for the pur
pose of Registeiing Voteis for Nobles
and Repiesent.itive, and collecting
the Register, on THURSDAY, Jan.
Kith, ftom 8 to 10 a.m. and from I
lo 7 I-. m., on Jan. 18lh, fiom 8 to 10
a. M. and fioin 'I lo 7 i. M., and on
Jan. 22nd, fioin 8 to 10 a. m. and
fioin-1 to 7 !-. M. Notice ot I'uithcr
meetings will be given at the above
"I'lease luing your Ta Rc
gfTTlw 2nd Piccinct of the 5th
Dii.ti ict, conipi if.es all that poition
of tho District inakai of King kliec-t
and west of the load up Kalihi
Valley. W. L. "VII.CON,
Clmiiiuan of Inspeetoisof Election
2nd Piccinel, 3th Distiiet, Ho
nolulu, O.ilm. JJ8 If
Otti District, 1st Precinct!
I louolll In. Otili II.
Itcgibtrution of Voters !
The Inspector of Election foi
Fiist 1'ieeinet of District Five
uieel in said I'leeinet at the Itcfnitn
.iloiv School foi Noble and Repie--entalivcs
and collecting the l!i i-
tei, .n I:DM:sMY, Jan. l.'illi
i'ioiii 7 to !t p. m., Tltl'RSDA Y. Jan.
Kith fioin 7 to'J p. m , FRIDAY. Jan.
17th tioin 7 lo 41 p. in . ATri;DAY.
Jan. 18th fioin I to II p. m.
Notice of any fuithei meeting will
be gien at the aloe meeting.
The FiiM. 1'ieeinet of the Fifth
District comprises all that poition of
said Disttiet lying East of the main
wiad up Kalihi Valley mid inauka of
All voteis when legisteiing aie
leipeettully iciiuctcd to bring tliui
t-'i2 tf Cliaiiman.
3rd District, 2nd Precinct !
Registration of Voters !
For the puipoe of Registeiing
Voteis and collecting the List ol
Voteis, the ttndeisigned Inspcctois
will hold public meetings at Aliiolani
Hale on FRIDAY EVENING,
TUESDAY EVENINd antlTHURS
DAY EVENINd, Jan 17th, 21st and
2;tid, 18SH), between the bonis of 7
and 0 o'clock.
Reddest tlic above meetings, ap
lilieations will be icceived daily foi
the Registiation of Voteis at the
same place during olliee houis until
the end of this month.
The Iloundaiies ol this Piecinct
are as follows All that poition of
Honolulu m.ikai ol I'.cictania sticet
to the "Watei Fiont, bounded by
Rkhauls Sticet on the Ew.i side,
and by Alapai and South Slieels on
the Waikiki side.
fjW No peieon (.in vote whose
name is not Registeicd in the New
Register of this 1'ieeinet on oi be
fore Januaiy I'lst instant.
O. V. PETERS.
Inspcctois of Election, 2nd I'ic
cinct,:tid Distiiet. 131 lit
4th District, 1st Precinct !
Registration of Voters !
The Inspectors of Election foi the
Fiist 1'ieeinet, of District Four, will
meet at the olliee of M. D. Monsai-
rat, Caitwriglit Uuilding, Meichanl
street, opposite Post Oflice, on SAT
URDAY, Jan. 18lh, from 1 to 0
i'. .vi., on MONDAY, Jan. 20th, fiom
1 to 0 I-. vi. Notice of any fuithei
meetings will be given at the above
All voteis when u-gisteiingaie les
peetfully lequented to biing their
The Fiist Precinct of the Point h
Distiiet eompiises all that jioition of
said Distiiet lying west of Nuuanu
M. D. MONSARRAT,
Ch.iiiiii.mof Inspeetoisof Election,
1st I'leeinet, lib Distiiet. -131 7t
4th District, 2il Prscinct !
Rounded by Ricbaids St., Ueietania
St., Nuuanu St. and the lfaiboi.
Registration of Voters !
The Inspection of Election foi the
above Piccinct will meet at the Hell
Towei for the pui pose of Registeiing
Voteis and collecting the Registiy,
on SATURDAY, Jan. 18th, fiom -1
to 8 i-. m and on "WEDNESDAY,
Jan. 22nd, SATURDAY, Jan. 23th,
and FRIDAY, Jan. Hist, at the same
houih. ('. T. RODOERS,
11. W. AULD,
T. C. PORTER,
431 lit Inspcctois of Election.
In accoi dance with Section J of
Chapter XXVII. of the laws of 18B$,
all pei tons holding water privileges
or those paying water rates, aie heie
by untitled that the walej lates for
tbe.tei m ending June .10, 1800, will
be duo and payable at the olliee of
the Honolulu Water Woiks on the
Hint of Januaiy, 1800.
All such Kites lemaining unpaid
for fifteen dayn after they am due
will be subject to an athliliojial 10
Paitics paying l.iles will ple.iFo
jnnsent their last iceeipt.
Rates aio jmyablo at tho olliee of
tho W.itei )VojPs in Iho Kaptiiiiwii
The statute allowing no diseietma
strict enfoieemeut of this clause will
i.o jnade. (.'HAS. Jt. WILSON,
Suptiiinlmdent Water Winks.
Honolulu, Dec. 21JSS0. l.'lltf
Xoilco of ItewimL
In nccoidance with the power eon
fened upon me by Law, I heieby
oiler a u-waiil of Fifty ($&()) Dollais
lo be paid to any poison who shall
give evidence which will lead to the
conviction of any pcicon for thevin
lution of any of the piovislons of the
Kleclion l.aw by doing any net de
signated in such law n a "coiiupt"
oi "illi'i'iil" piac'ice.
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of Interior.
Interior Olliee, Jan. ll, 18S0.
Xolict! to Voters.
The list Legislatuie changed the
houndatie of ceitain Election Dis-Kiel"-,
toeonc-pond with the changes
(.'hange have In en made in the
following named Distiiels, and conse
quently all volet-, lesidiug thetein will
have to RegiMei bel'oie the Inspector
of F.leetiou of t licit nspeetive l'ie
cinets, in oidei to vote at the coming
im.vni) or o.vur.
Tin- live DNuicts of Honolulu.
IM..VI or M.Vfl.
The Distiiet of Wailul.il.
The Distiiet of Ninth Wailiiku.
'Ihe Diliiet of Hnnii,
The Second Pieeiuet Distiiet of
Isl.V.Nl) Ol HAWAII.
The DMiict of South Ililo.
The District of Cential Ililo.
The Di-liiel of Noith Ililo.
The Fiist and Second I'leeinet of
the District of llainakua.
The District of Komi.
In all othci Districts the Register
of those wlio voted at the Election in
1887 will be ued as the basis of the
Registei foi lhlll), subject lo the col
lections ami additions icipiind by
Eveiy votei should examine the
Registei of the 1'ieeinet in which he
icsides, in older to see that his name
is tbeie, whethei le-tegisteiing is le
(piiied oi not, as it may have been
omilleil by accident.
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interim.
Intel ioi Olliee, Jan. 3, 1800.
x' ll JU
Plrdftd to neither See nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 13, 1890.
A communication to the Adver
tiser contains the following :
What necessity was there for that
illiberal requirement of those who
would join the Itelorm clubs that
they shall subscribe to that iniqui
tous political dogma, "I go for the
paity, light or wrong." It is worse
than any church creed of arbitrary
election and fore-oulination. It
does not elevate the sentiment of
true and honorable patriotism. It
lowers the moral tone of people who
take up with this cheap, croaking,
windmill style, of shitting policy.
Give us a inr.Torii steam jCiigine for
our political machinery, witli its
mightj' lifting' power of truth infus
ed with righteousness.
Punchbowl, Hi" ""d tost &S,000.
That is the amount voted by the Le
gislator in advance. The work
was done by contract, and it u said
that the contractor lost money on
the job. Sijpposc tho contractor
had got one half more, S 12,000, he
would have pocketed a profit outside
of cost, and then it would have been
a cheap road. Had the Punchbowl
road been made by the Government
in the regular way it would proba
bly have cost a much higher sum.
Here is an argument for the contract
system. Other governments in other
countries have found that system the
cheapest and best. No doubt our
road appropriations would produce,
greater and better results than here
tofore if used in the same wav.
ACTIONS VERSUS UTTERANCES.
Why all these accusations and in
sinuations of wrong doing, bad char
acter, and eyil intention, against the
men on the National Jleform ticket
and their supporters, with which the
public havo been bored from day to
day by the morning paper? Are the
"Reformers" so truly good and
spotlessly pure that they can thiow
stones at the "National Reformers,"
without danger of being stoned
back'-' If it be desired to inn tho
election jn this way, the Opposition
can undoubtedly conduct the cam
paign on the same lines. 'J'he. orjan
of the Reform Party, and also soiio
of the public speakers of that party,
seem to condemn all who do not
join with them, as "reactionary"
and opposed to ''good government."
There is nn element of extreme ab
surdity about the charge, when it Is
known that several of the nominees
of the National llcform Party Have
been asked to accept nominations by
the Reform Party. This is not all :
some pronounced oppositionists have
actually been nominated by the other
side, and arc running on that ticket.
If the adherents of the "National
Reformers" arc bad and reactionary,
why do tho "Reformers," who ano-
gate a monopoly of right principles,
waut them on their ticket? Any man j
who is not mentally blind can ce j
tint the actions contradict the utter
INSPECTORS FOR KOHALA.
Kimon lk'i.ir.ns: fleneral dis
satisfaction prevails over the ap
pointments ot Inspcctois of Election
lor Koliala Distiiet. Tin- Ministei
ot Interior appears to have totally
disiegjided the law, vvliere it
directs, that appointments should be
made, as far as possible, ftom the
opposing paities at each geneial
election. In this case all three ap
pointments aie made Iroin the pre
sent Government party. It may be
some small piaetice on the patt of
its Koliala adviscis, hut it is not
just. If this is to he a sample ot
tin- fioveriiini-nt methods for carry
ing on the present campaign in Ko
liala, it does not augur well lor its
success. Let us see a re-appointment
made in favor of (lie Independ
ents. Avui i s.
A MISTAKE OR OTHERWISE.
Em ion Rfii.nris': Would you
kindly give au inquisitive man a few
lines of your valuable space for the
purpose of asking three qucstionsy
Fiist I would like to know why,
with 180 legistered Noble voters in
Koliala, their delegates were allotted
only live votes at the Ililo Conven
tion on Dec. 20 last, while the
Hiloiles (who seem to do all the
win-, pulling) geiieiously allowed
themselves, at the same time ami
place, nine votes for their 201 ie
In the second place, I would like
to know why theie wcie no dele
gates piesent fiom Kan, and only
two out of five from IlatnakuaV
Hut above all I would like to leain,
if anyone can tell me, where the
ticket this convention adopted would
have been had each district been
fully and fairly represented
Koliala, Jan. M, 18'Jll.
To Mil. M. A. f!(ssA!.vi:s, Govern
incut Candidate for the .'Jd Dis
tiiet of Honolulu.
Dmir Sir: 1 undeistand that you
have been nominated by the Mis
sionary Reform Patty, as a candi
date for Representative, in the .'id
District of this town.
As the sentiments you used foim
erly to entertain against this same
Reform Party and their pro-Chinese
policy aie well known, your accept
ance of the said nomination lias
been viewed with some sin prise.
Hut as I believe that you miiit
have some very good reasons for
consenting to run on the moneyed
men's ticket against the peo
ple's ticket, 1 lieiehy openly chal
lenge you lo a public meeting, in
the !JdWard, in which you will ex
pose the motives that make jnu
stand with the old Reform Party,
against the interests of your own
countrymen, whilst I shall stale
why 1 am on the side of the poor
vvoikingmen ol all nationalities, and
prove that I am the eai nest advocate
of the Portuguese cjlmiy.
1 olfer you the choice and selec
tion of the place, day and hour of
the meeting, piovided it be pioper
ly advertised belorehand, and 1
leave it to you to speak fiist or last.
Also, after the friendly discussion is
closed in English, you are welcome
to btart it in the Poitugueso lan
guage. An aiiNwer thiough the same pa
per will oblige.
Vouis vety sincerely,
Candidate ol the National Refoim
for the :(d Ward.
Honolulu, January 13, 181)0.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION.
At an investigation of the "I'e
foim Civil .Service Reform Board:
Examiner Have you held olliee
under the present regime '?
Candidate I have, and in addi
tion to several other places of trust,
honor and emolument, I am now au
Inspector of Election, to whitewash
aliens, make up the Register, and In
guard the freedom and puiity of the
ballot lio. (A wink.)
E. Do you rcgaid it a hardship
that an Executive Ollleer cannot sit
0. 5o; for the Minisleifi do this
in spite of the "can-iot," and we
can hold our places till the polls are
opened, sit an appointed lime, and
sec to )t tjiat good salaries are pro
vided for the places vve hope to get
If we remain in accord. (All wink.)
1 E. Satisfactoryyour political
education has not been neglected,
' and is savored w ith the same salt as
1 our own, and to show your intelli
gence mention three kinds of attrac
tion? C. -The altiaelion of gravitation,
of cohesion, and iepulsiqntie f j rat
discovered by Hir Isaac Newton,
the last by Dr. W. of Lalmiwi, and
claimed by a Harvard Professor,
"l'rince Uuperl's Dupes" illustrate
tlje last two. They fall in pieees if
Hie surface he ecralelici or Ihe I ail
Is issuing a new form of insurance which provides, in the ocnt of death, for a return of till preiiiluiii'i paid in ad
dition to tin! amount of the policy, or, should the hiMiied survive a given number of yeai-, Hie Company will
letuiu all Hie premiunm paid with'inteiost: of, instead of i.eeepting the policy and prolits in cash the h-trul holder
mav, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and ITIKH T FURTHER PAYMENT OK I'EK.MIUMK, tula- in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and piolils in FILLY I'All) 11' iiisiiianec, pailicipatuig aiiuu.illy in dividends.
Reuieniliei-, this eonlraet Is issued b- the oldest Lib- Jnsuiance C'ninpMiiv in Ihe I'liiled States, ami the I.nr-
gest Financial Institution in the Wuild,
,-. ,.,. fllll ,,,, ,,. .
-. a wt i ii it iitii in niui ? Uit Wll H
TAHBTI : LEMOftlADi
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Giipr Me, Hop Ale, Grenadine, MmM Sarsaparilla, Mineral Waters, Etc.
TELE PHONE 297.
zcr All coniitiuuienHoiiM unit orders should Itc mlriros.scri lo
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
liiokeu. So also von and we guaid
with jealous care an unannealed i (in
stitution. E. Well done, good and faithful
seivant; your soundness, intelli
gence, and zeal are truly i-nmiucnd-able,
and demand distinguished eon
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Regular Gash Sale
TO-MOIUIOW, Jan. Ittth,
AT IO O'CLOCK A.M..
At nil Salesroom, (Jin-en street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
DRY -:- GOODS !
An A" oitliii nl or
Jewelry, Fancy Clocks,
Anil s.-vcri-l line
Anil I'm linns of !liulviiig.
J AS. T. .MOItUAN,
Valuatole Real Estate
On SATURDAY, Jun. ISlli,
AT 1! O'CLOCK XOO,
At my Silesroom, Queen (tied, I will
(ell at I'llblic Auction, Tilt t
Valuable PARCEL of LAND !
Oil .lil'l.l sheet,
HUwcen the resilience of ('. Tulle ami
.1 Rii.mehitli. The I.oi has a
100 1'Yct on .litild Shoot,
( Foot Deep.
There lit a U.iinfui table Co tinge mi
Tim Lot Ih well cuvou'il with grns,
mill Is a muni iluiliulilo re. iib lire vile,
Ciiiiitiiiiiiillng an excellent view nl the
cily ami ti 11,
j2t"I)i eils ut piiu-li I'd's itxpeiije.
ligrVin tin 1 her (iHrtieulurs apply lo
,IA8. F. AlOlttiAN,
Stocks & Bonds !
AT 1'J O'CLOCK. AOO.N,
At my Sidesionin, Queen sheet, I will
sell al Public Annum.
60 Shares Haw. Agricul. Co.'s Stock,
J'ur ynluu ;100.
10 Shares OoKala Plantation StocH,
I'm' Valuu piu-i.
8 Shares Reciprocity Stock,
Par Va'un $100.
9 Shares Uonomu Slock,
Pur Yaluu 10(i.
$10,000 Government 0 Perceat Bonds.
tS'-ThisiH mi fij.celluiii(ipporlunly
to huoiuo jjoud pnylriu Invi-tiueili.
.IAS. F. JrOI(flAX,
OOP ivisw "voiars:
Its assets exceeding One Huiulied uii
. PDHJIM ..nn.i.. Dl Km
? CtlEvS I
Valuable Real Estate
In the Business Center of Honolulu !
The attention of Capitalist, Tiustccs and Real Estate IiivchIois, is ealltd Id
one (if the moft impoitant suIcm of Real Ebtate, for business
blocks, ever held in Honolulu; the property bei ij;
.situ. ilcd in the heai t of the city
and bounded by
Nuuanu, Hotel and Bethel Streets.
The iindeisigned has received iustiuetioiiH lo oll'ei foi Mile by
auction, at his Sulcsiooni, (Jucen btieet,
On Saturday, Jan. 25, 1 890,
A.T 1 0'OJL.OCIC 2VOOIV,
The whole of that VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
(Excepting only the. coiner
Containing in all 16,000 Square Feet.
'Ibis is the most compact and dcMi.ihlc piece of ptopeity in Honolulu,
and being Mituated in Hie heail of the ict.iil businesH (piai'ter of the city,
between the two main aileiies of tiallie, (Knit and Nuuanu otieelh), leading
to and fioin tho wlinivi and hiubor, it will have a value foi all time, and
theiefoic holds out nniiMial iniliiceinents to c.ipitali-U, a a leinuneialive
and pciuiancnt investment.
The main frontages of this piopeily aie -10 feet on Nuuanu .street, lM
feet on Hotel stieet and 123 feet on Uethel ntieet, which tlnee stieelh
have been leeently' widened by the CJoveinment to -10 feet each, and linely
inaeailainiseil and graded throughout, leudeiing tliem the finest thoiougli
I'aies in the city. A new Hlieot of 12 feet widtli.Viiieb inns thiough the
center of the piopeity fiom Nuuanu to Holbel stieetf., has been donated bv
tho owner of the block, and this will givo additional sticet fiontage of
1115 feet on one i-iile of the new stieet and 91 feet on the other, to all the
lots to be hold, leaving no lot without a valuable stieet fiontage and to home
of them veiy deniable and valuable stieet coineis.
Another advantage of this linn pioperty as an investment, is ilt- excel
lent sanitaiy conditions, and being on the highest pint of the city, nwk-ii of
Hotel street, it Will have excellent diainago for buildings eieelcd im-ieon,
and being of biiHicient elevation, permits the consliuction ol tl. cp cellars,
on account of being beyond the teach of tide water.
The block has been sub-divided into buildiim lots, nuinbeiine: 1 to li
as can be seen on u laige new survoy map, now on view at my Salesroom.
The title to the piopeity is jicifeet. Teims of bide aie one thiid ciibh,
one thiid one year and one thiid two yeais, with inteie.st at 11 per cent per
Anexainiua inn of this piopeity is .solicited, and is coiilidentlv iccoju
mcmled as a poiuinucutly leiniiuei.itive investnient, '
tt)8F Kor fullei pailieiiliiiH and iufnt million apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
''l'-' til AUCIIONL'IIII.
E. RJllKN'mtv, 1'ieslileiit A, Manager,
lionrituv Iluow.N, Kecietary .tTieasiuer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
, (I.I.-I ITI'M).)
Oppo. Hneekel' tank, : For Nli-ocf, Slnnoliitii.
I.MPOUTEHS and DEAEEHH IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, :-Glassware,
riiandelierp.-Eleelolierc, lunps A- Lamp Fitiies,
Paints, Oj it, VainishcH, Laid Oil, Cylinil'-r Oil,
Powder, Slwf.V Caps, .Macbine-lo.idcd t'aitiidges, Chanibeilain's Patent ;
HOUSE-:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silvei Plated Waic, Table Pocket Culleiy,
Plows, Plautens' Steel Hoes, and other Agiiculliual Iinplenicnts,
'. HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
PLANTlTIOf SOPPLIBS Of EVERY DH8M01I !
Hnrt'H?Pateut "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe.t Holt Cutting,
Itlaiiil. Ai Kjsal Hope, llubber llosi-,
Wiiu llouud Uubbei Hoso, .Spincliu-giip;
fipiinhleis (V Spunkier Stands,
jy a joints iroie
Union .Metallic, Caitiidge Co.,
llartiiiiin'rt Steel Wire l'Ciien .v Klenl Wim !IsiU.
ijiii, ii. eiPiieru wioi)gnt nieei iiangeu, rieafs iMinugn
(bite Cjly Slope EiluK, ' ' -
. "New I'ioee,-s" Twist Drills,
nov-20 8! " ,
- l 'I wculy-Si. Millions of Dollais.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
, known as tho
on Xuiiiiiiu and
Hotel hIiocIh, owned bv
.loilN ENA, Vicc-Pieslileiit.
ClX-ii, Hnow.N, Auditor.
"New l'locnsh" Itupe,
Karl's I'atenl ")i!li"" Die Sloel.-nN