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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., .MONDAY. OCTOIIKH II. 1901,
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M
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'Johannis'
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Nnturnl Sparkling
Water bottled nt the
ilOIIANNIS SPRINGS,
ZoIIIiuuh, - Gcrmnny.
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
UUIiaillllO thc tiinilnpl
from among thc mineral
wntcru of thc world by "Thc
Lu.idon Lancet.' ThchldhcHt
incillctil authority.
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
LIMITLi).
Sole AgentM.
Razors Honed and Set
at the
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR 2G CUNTS.
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
arable"
is a dry mineral powder mied with water only.
It is being usl successfully all over the Islands.
Estimates given for any iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particuf.irs, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO:
SOLE AGENTS.
YOU KNOW THE
AUTHORS
WE HAVE THE
BOOKS
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
THE STRIKE
ISPAU
-And wo aro receiving by u--ery
steamer and sailing es--scl
abundant and flesh sup--plies
of '
FANCY GROCERIES
-Ah well as thu usual staple
-lines. Our delivery sstem
-Is perfect and your older,
-whether telephoned or left
-personally, will ii'ielve
-prompt and accurate Attention.
H. MAY & CO
BOSTON BOCK, FORT 8T.
Tels. 22, 24, 92. P. 0. box 386.
HOPP'S
FURNITURE '
All the New Ideas.
This Is whut our stock presents all
tho time, but especially now, with thu
arrival ot a bountiful now stock of
WEATHERED OAK AND
FLEMISH OAK
8IDEBOARD8.
WHITE ENAMELED IRON
BEDSTEADS AND
INVALID TABLES.
Parlor Furniture in latest designs
adapted to oeiy tastu unci eve iy home.
im
5 J. HOPP fir CO.,
Tl e LcudlniJ Furniture Uenlerrt.
THE
NEW ENGLAND
BAKERY
employs two of the molt skillful and
experienced white bakers In the city
to superintend their cake and bread
department. Everything clean, whole
some and sanitary. Only the very belt
material and flour used for making
Qtuten, Rye, French, Home-made anJ
all other styles of Bread.
Thirty Loaves of Bread for One Dollar.
Doughnuts, Snails, Buns, etc.,
out at 6 a.m.
Cup Cakes and Lady Fingers
out at 7 a.m.
Jelly Rolls and Layers, Fruit
Cake, etc., out at 8 a.m.
Custard, Squash and Pumpkin
Pies out at 9 a.m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Pies out at 10 a.m.
Chocolate Eclairs and Cream
Puffs out at 11 a.m.
Cookies and Macaroons out at 12 'a.m.
Artistic Wedding Cakes any Price.
J. Oswald Lutted,
MANAG-fclt.
TRISTRAM OF
BLENT
lly Anthony Hope.
CAPTAIN
RAVENSHAW
Uy NclUon StcphcnM.
COLD IN THE BACK,
ThHt'K nil. Mavho joti'vo lnd It an I
thought ou wcio getting old. A RED
STAR PORUS PLASTER- tho mosi
curative, plaster made) -will tlx It all
right. Leave It on a fovv dnjs. A
dutch for lame backs. Two for !'." .
STOP YOUR COUGH,
Hud colds aro plentiful. Hc-ie's 1
cure, but' tnko It In tlmo PUTNAM'S
CHERRY COUGH COMFORT take
light bold of n cough seems to ro
straight to thu sent of trouble. On e
doso gives leilif. Plensant to till
Sou and 50c bottle.s.
A HEADACHE-STOP.
These ho days aro pioductlvu in
headaches. Theio Isn't any leaseci
why on should suffer when you cun
get u speedy uud safo cuio In tnMii-r
one of tho famous HEAD-EASE pow
ders. Tills iu tho most popular reme
dy lu ihchu Islands; 25c box of twelve
cuies.
Hobron Drug Co
I'OHT AND KINO
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholes-vie Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
HTHackfed&"CoMTtd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, "Honolulu.
THIS SPACt RE8ERVED FOR
B BERGER80N.
J. D. AVERY,
STENOGRAPHER.
General Reporting and "typewriting
Second Moor Klltn Illds.. Hotel St.
At ollleo t to 5:45; Tel. Main 711.
At house ovenlngs; Tel. Illue 2611,
BOYD'S TIMELY INKS
llllei, Oct in.- some of tho Icmllna
llnunllnus lit it who wiro dcslrcim of
meeting tho Suiirrlntrnilont of Piibllu
ori cancel n mwtliiK at tho I Ish
market Inot night, nt which sou-rul
inomiiK'iit MnunllntiH H'oko and slat
til tlii'li 'Wirt In thu mutter of mail
ft (irk. TIhti" a a nhnrp critlolNUi
ui nic iyni nonu ijcmru. Mr. Hoi ij
expressed himself an plcasol at thu
opportunity nffonk'd him to moot tliu
people, or nilo nnd assured tho eltl
zcuk, through thoso who wcro present,
that e cr) thing pocallilo would bo clono
to mhanrv Hllo In tho front.
"It Is hardly tiecenKary," ho paid,
"lor me to explain tho reason for my
plifence In the city of Hllo at this
unie nut, to renioxe nil causo for sur
mises In tho matter, 1 deslro to say to
)iu this owning, thnl I am now Jour
neliiK over the Hllo district, as I liutu
other other dfstrlctic of your big Island
or llnwnll, In the search oi.drslred In
f(.iallon as Superintendent of Public
Works, relntho to tho existing conill
tlcns of the loads bridges and publlu
buildings.
"1 hope b. personal Inspection ami
l) meetliiK with tho residents and
tiipaj,erB of the district, In council,
to bo enabled to obtain nuc.li Infnrmii
lion n will p-rnilt mo to suggest tliu
life of tne funds lit tho disposal of thu
nVpattmeiit In nueh u niaiunir ns will
leslllt in tile (lintost gocnl to til J
Kienlc st iiiimbu
"Do not chnrge tho Department of
Public Winks with uny lick of deslro
oi inlentlonnt nci;lc.et to expend tlio
appioprlatlons for public- Imprnwi
nienls, bu' lather plneej it to thc true
tnuse lack of fuudrt.
"1 desllo to llnhroRU tmnn vm ,.i-
fellow eltl7viiK that tills voik under
taken l nn- ns u member of tho (lev
einiiient. In n way. conveji I ho Intent
of the Co eminent to cnilcuior. In u
pnii tlenl manner, to do away with ex-
IfIIiik Just inusi'S for coumlnlut. iiiul
to iilil tile- lohaucement rt tho Intel
ests of nil classes by lmiovlli,r tho
opHirtunitle-i in Improved and iuml
ecl iciiieulen'es for tbo IruvMIn pub
pi.ilment, and I enn iibHiiro you tliut
I m desirous cif haxlng u full mid
flee exiiiessliin cf public) opinion on
guch matteis, and I riuther nsturo you.
Iil fellow citizens, thut ull Just anil
fioieilj piti-cMul eoniplulntH will bo
lui nrtlally tout l.krt-d and nttod ot.
without fenr ur luvor, but with u elu-
sue to eliUde. entirely juo bono pub
IICO.
In eloslnc I would nk that tbo
omissions or unfulfilled expectations
the past. Ix forgotten, and I assine
otl that the existing nnd linmedlntu
lie ids of this district will bo presente-el
by tne to the flo eminent for cuiefiil
coiisideratloii nnd iipproprlnlo and up
luoxiniuie ac imn
Tlieie v.eie not many wliltn resl
dents piesent ciwiiii, to tbo notice be'
tug slioit and the in. tint; being call
I'd bj Hawaiian" llejrnlcl
HE IJM1 !IM
WnsbliiEtcm. Sept 30 IHpcelall
Ordeis have b--l Hsuecl convening
u boarel of urmy otliceiru to examine
nnd lepoit upon the lortlllcatlous neo
essaiy In the Hawaiian Islands.
The order designates l.leut. Col.
William H. Heller. Corps or Knglni'ers:
Lieut. Col. Charles a h II. Davis,
Corps of Kuglneorfl; Mujor William
ti lllrklmer. Artillery Corns: Cnntnlu
Acliim Slaker, Aitlllery Corpj, a IhmiiI
to meet nt Honolulu, Hawaiian Teni
ter.v. nt the- earliest dutu practicable,
at the call of the president of tho
board, to eniviully e'onslder and report
iipun the fctilijivt of tho elefenno of
I'euil llnitior and tho hurbor of Ho
holiilu; to hiibmit projects for the ele.
lense of those harbors, with estimates
ot tbo cost nnd to mako recommi ndn
tions at. to whut land should be iie
qulieil or sot opart to moot all the
military l inniuN or the said defense
.i a imi:cKo.Ns.
lAII)&U5 l!()ll I1LA8T.
TaKaml thf Jbiuiieo coiitructnr In
ehnrte or the work ot excavating for
it louudiitlon on tliu pre mlbes next to
thu Y. M. C. A. building, on Hotel
stioet. nppiuie in tho Police Court
this forenoon on the chnrgo of cnri'
lets blnetlug with giant puvMur. The
defendant pie ade a guilty and was Un
cd $.'j and cots by Judg-j Wilcox.
On K.-itunlrtj Inn u clinigc; of glaut
powder 6 exploded by Takaml and
his men that c mined considerable! con
die mutton lu the- vicinity. Ono of tho
reeks thrown up in tho ail welgliecj
lully thlrly-llve pounds. TIiIh mlssllee
c'.ioppcd on the roof or tho Wlcko
hoiibo on Alakea street, vont through
without much tioublo. lauded In the
br.tb-ronm, wrecked r. sheilf there ami
then went through thu floor. I'ortu
nutcl.v, no one wak in thu room at the
time-.
When the police investigated the?
matter it uutj round that only ono light
chain had been placed over that por
Hon of the c eual bed In thu foundatlou
which It was sought tu blow up.
Wllliuiihli'd (Curacao), Oct, 4.- The
roiiispondcnt Iieie of tlio Abtoi luted
I'rtSK b.it. letclved Dm following men
rage fimn n correspondent In tho field:
"tin the load between Slnaumlen,
Vcnivuela, and La Hacha, Colombia,
(iiiulju penliwila, September 29th.
(ieneral D.'iVll.i's first tight ut Curog.i
was an absolute' rout. I'lvo Vcnezue
Inn hJttalloiiH ot 400 men each were
engaged and the Colombians are estl
niateel at the same uuruher. General
llheverrla was killed on tho battle
IHd ami not shot hy tbo Colombians
After Keheverrla was killed (lenerals
riavlki, Clodomiro Castillo and Kmlllo
Castro, a brothei of Pre sldent Castro.
Peil from tbo field Another battalion
(bin broke. Th" thrre-eiiialnlng but
Minn kept up the lighting until rout
Ml. About WI0 were killed on the Ven
eiiehin side, ln ludlng thirty minor
olllrers
The liidUni ambushed ftenera! On
vllas' retreating vaiigu.iril, composed of
20." mep an 1 anulhllatei' It.
When Umpi'rnr Williutii madei his
Oilenlal trip the Sultan presented him
v.lth a number of horreej uud valuable!
rugs Having In aid that tlio Sultiin
uris planning u uuloglral garden the
Hmpiioi- has now piinhusril In Ham
burg nnd scuil to him a lino collection
of linns, tigers, bears, parrots, deer nnd
other anlmalh.
Tlifl Uvi-ulnc OullcUo, 76 cents per
aonth.
in- uiu, mi- unit. -in ui jioiiieiisui iiiiiiis, i miH' ior ixiiiiuitii cin rrlday.
Us;e,.n"o any SAX XLS i .t?. V'"' "S WS. ' Chief li,
K"J.'"L!!ri:.?r.V,-'!l!iW
... ,.,,,.,...1 i.Hiinib iu iiiuuurn wi-.u ... ,.,.,rt r ,i.u
In the scorn, of tho 1'abllo WorKs lie. . ' " " ."' tW" "n''-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The schooner Irene will sail for tho
Sound tomorrow.
Just receUcd n largo consignment of
Pantheon 0. P. 8. Try It.
For newly futntshed rooms see Room
and Hoard column on page S.
The Ocorge Curtis Is e-xpeeted lu
Mill for San KmneNco tomorrow
Nicely furnished rooms. Popular
House, ist9 Fort Ht., $1.S0 per week up
iiooms lor ngni nciitse-Hi-epitiR on
lleTetanla street. Sec To l.et column.
Tlio entire edition of The Hiitulitt
Volcano jesterday was kold out by lu
, CI, II ,t
Ocollaffncr, the Jeweler, will re
mote on October 1 to 1113 .Masonic
Temple,
The big Chinese- libel case c om-s up
ior inai in iiiu I'ouce t.ourl tomoirou
forenoon.
Auction sale of drj iteieiils ami furni
ture by Jus, t Morgan, Wednesday,
wcioucr in.
-I. M, VlinM, the attorney, returned
tinhi Hawaii Saturday alter a er
pun-cant trip.
Mr. and Mrs. .lames l.cctl and fa
nll returned from thu Co lit lu til- P
(1 Wilder this morning.
Notice, of the dissolution ef partner
hip of tlio .Motor Carriage, & Machine
Co. nppe ars under New Teitl.iy
riio concert nt the Opera House
Tliurselaj evening nromlses to be the
roctai anil nrilslle ocnt of the senium,
The freight strainer Carlisle Clt Is
clue from the Orient She will bine c-
ernl hundrid tons of frelglit for tlili
Liirt.
The Andrew Web It luid to Ieae Sar.
rranclsco with a short crew She hail
hut four sailors tlili trip and hud :i
hsnl time getting this many.
The Mi amor Cnllfeimlnn be-g.in ink
Ing sugar tenia) at I cAlock. She will
get about r.r.oo tons he remind expects tc
Although the scbo mers Irer," r.tiO
rtobert It. Hind are diselMiglng theli
lumber inrgn-s Into tlio b.i) the) .ire
tc be chutgeil hiilf wlurl.ue.
A meelliig of tlio stockholders of th.
.Territory Stable Co. Is to take pine
nt 2 erdoek p iu Wednesday, tulic
I lil See notice In tills tMrc.
I .Three Chinese die fa bankers ap
Ipeau-d In the Police Court this morn
.mi,. Oni was fined $2o and costs nni
the otbe-r two $.'5 and costs.
I A Mil nil Crust lull to see the olc
iar emt Is proposi'd to he given h
the Hawaii Vacht Club In its new elu.
house! to bo built at pi ml rlve-r
.lull. in Monsurriit niniingcr of Kupa
jpala ranch, Kan, Hawaii, arrived b
I the Kliinu Saturday on buslni'ss,
jwlll probably return home In the kiih
boat tomorrow
IM master J I,. Phlllliih who ha
been hero cm duty for tuwriil moiitht
has beiii detiiclied from the naval str
tlou hue and urdereil to report ut th
nav) pay ollUe ut Noifulk, Va.
Among the nirlvala from Kimiil purl
In Hie Mlknhala Sund.ij wen. the fo'
lowing: John MiCnnillcss, C. II. Hofl
r.isrd. C. A. Long, n. Nenl, W. II. Ijid
sing, (I. W. Piitton ami W. Campbell
J)r, Ilogle, the chiropodist In the At
lingtnn Annex can grcatl) relieve core
and Ingrowing toe nulls If takiu I,
time. Outside cults prnmptl) atteudc
to. Telephone 371 Main. Prliis rcn
Bonnble. See uil In thin Issue.
Kile nils of Senator John llnivvn o
Hllo licnnl by tlie- Kln.iu that bis wlf
hud given birth to a child lecentl
anil will hciuI foith their eongrntuli
tions aeeoiillngly by tomoirow
sle inner. This Is the mil) child thu
has evoi cciiiio Into tho family.
Cuptuln Itle hard Sc Ike ol tho tu
Leslie llablwlii. on in count of ver
bud health, has be-en c iitimrlleil I
lesign his position. The commanil o
the little boat has I i given to Cn
tain lli'iideisoii. Clptaln Seiko wi
Icnvo for the Coast us soon ns possible
'J he Interior furnishing for the Klri
National Hank arrived In the Andrei
Welch this morning. Work of llttln
up the oilier In the Mclnt.vr btilHInr
will began very soon and the- h ink wll
open Its new doors cm the 1st of No
vember.
Of the rifle en cmplojcK of the Cm
torn House dismissed to have tliel
Places filled b) those who li.nl hum ess
fully past-ed the civil servile exanilnn
tions all but seven have been rein
Otnted us they took and p.issul the ex
aniiuntlntiH.
Ah Hill, a well-to-do Chliiauuiii u
the illy, was arrested Saturday on th'
charge of selling loipior without a II
cense. He appeared In the Police
Court this foienoou hut his ttit.o wat
loiitluued until tomoriow Aniliewr
ic Peleis for the defenehiut.
Judge dear was licurliiE evidence
this lorenoon on tin matter of the
niiullliiatlon of Vincent I'Yruntiilcz nr
mi Juror lu tbo Ilngcy Cine Compuiiy
ccre, also on tho iiiestlou of whethei
Ml Mugooii ami Mr. Abies of the cle
leiidants knew or oimht to have known
tin fact that Keinande took tlio cure.
News c onus that the thne- ear-old
son of Special Treusuij Agent J. C
Ciimnilugs hud a niirruu scape- from
ill nt h re-ccntly. Thu little child drank
some uirroslve sublimate anJ but for
prompt medlial attention would have
died. Mr. Ciimmlngs write) wishing
to be remembered to bis lu.iii) friends
here.
If. II. Irving, the eider of Hr llenr
Irvlng's two sons, wns 31 on August I!
As un author ho is winning recognition
by his book' Mr. Irving belongs to
tho greatly Increasing band of univer
sity men who have become actors, for
he was educated nt Oxford. It Is now
ten yearn slnie lie made his first ap-m-arance
on the stage, which he left
for a time In order to finish his read
ing for tlui bar.
Thu method of measuring smell
adopted by M. Ilerthelot opens u wide
Held for Investigation. A bottlo Is All
eel with tho vapor of an odorous sub
stance, which Is weighed before and
after to ilutermlnu the cimntity of va
nor, and measured tractions of this
vsiwr aro then pouted fiom bottle to
bottle until Just enough remains In
ono to excite tho nurvc-s of sine.l. With
iodoform thu iimutty was three'
elehths or one millionth of a gialn,
wM- thnn-niKiet. ., much music
I would probably suffice,
WaukOn
A
A
MNERNY
rjt'J3XB??
I GREAT SWEEPING
clearance
sale
Best Prices and Quantities Ever Given.
I liis Is -in' event of m.irKed interest to bueer of pre-tty
iateri.il,, which it will pay you to tfke inlvant.iuf of. )on
et'd them anyway. you pay full prices for the sjrne mat-r-i's
tisuallj , why not buy tne-m Jurinc the sale.
BUDGET OF
Hotted lllmitles. to suit
Ull) tllstei 10 C
Imported Madias at...12jc
anil 2iie. Importeel Che
viots at 16Jc
Klgiired Hress Sateens
"t 15 e
Cotton ami Wool Chill
lies at I6jc
2ue
2..o,
2.ie
2-.0
SALE WILL GO ON UNTIL NOV. 1st,
eJurlnit hlch time ve will allow a Reduction on Cn.-lt
Sales of io per cent. In All Department!.. -
(JOOl)S DI:I.IVl:el:l) PRIH-
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIINS,
INSURANCE.
LIFE
W
FIRE ,X.fr MARINE
iVlclIVERrNV BLOCK. FORT ST.
20
PER CENT
A DAY!
BETTER DIVIDENDS THAN
SUGAR STOCKS EVER PAIDl
Thin Is what ttn
Golden Rule
BAZAAR
Ik kUIiik Us C'littomtTH tthrii
the-y tiy nnjthlnn In
STATIONERY, SCHOOL SUP
PLIES AND BLANK BOOK8.
2octnt Papeterles cut to toe
25 cent Papeterles cut to 15c
50 cent Papeterle cut to 35c
50 cent TlnteJ Papelles cut to
2$ cents.
More goods for less money thai
was ever sold In these Islands
before, at
316 Fort St.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc,
manufactured by tbo llullctlt. Publish
ing Cv.
ON THESE WE LEAD
OTHERS FOLLOW
$4.00
HUYH A PAIR
Fine Shoe with Perfect Fit.
Perfect Fit and a Fine Shoe.
SHOE STORE
. I
REDUCTIONS:
2i)c. Pink lllmitles. while
dots, nt .. . . 12tc
2ou pieces of stripe el lltld
tlgureel l.iwns iiml
Dimities, Instead of
2c . Mje and K.e., ull
go at to e
Itelfnst Iilmltli-h reduced
irom 2r.e. nnd 2Ue.
to 15 c
2ec English Dimities at .161c
TO ANY I'ART OP THI5 CI I Y
AX
m
A CASH CLEARING SALE OF
SILKS AND SATINS ! ! ! !
FOR ONE WEEK
COMMENCING
MONDAY,OCT. 14
Japanese Silks, plain colors, heavy weight, reduced from 50 to 35c
Japanese Silks, plaids and stripes, heavy weight, reduced
,r0m 50c to 25c
Japanese Silks, shot, heavy weight, reduced from 6Sc to 45c
Taffeta Silks, colors and black, reduced from $, to 65c
Handsome Brocaded Silks reduced from. .J4.00 to 3.00
Handsome Brocaded Silks reduced from., $3.50 to $2.50
Handsome Brocaded Silks reduced from.. $2.50 to $2.00
Handsome Brocaded Silks reduced from. .$2.00 to $1.50
Handsome Brocaded Silks reduced from .$1.50 to $1.00
Colored Satins from 25c a yard up. '
E. W.
NO. IO HTOKH.
J. H. FISHER
Jfc Company.
Slock and Bond Brokers.
AGENTS FOR
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
ronto. Offieefe eaann.nw.u nun u.
'chant street.
HONOLULU 8TOCK KXCIIANGE
Honolulu, Octnber 14, Itci
NAME OF STOCK
y.?" t? mi
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MERCANTILE
C llrw.r cVCocrrn
US .chDCi ColM ,
LU. Ktrr Sc Co . Ill
SUGAR. '
Ewa Pline.tlon Co i
Himni PUnlatlonCo ,
HiwillinAKCIculturtlCc I
Hawaiian Com At Su Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Monomu Suar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
lla'ko Sutat Co
Kahuhu I'lanlallon Co
Kln.lpl.nl Co .IU
Klvahjlu Sugar Co
Koloa Sucar Co
Kona Sugar Cn at
Mcllf)jt SuCu.Lj.ail
ri ur i
NaMhuSugCo tiJaij
Otl0SutarCo1,'Jl',' I
e n,inj ugaeCo
c oleala Sugar l-Jan Co
'la a Su Co . LU . a. I
Go cop
aoo,o
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IT.OOO
tl
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t.iet jo
f O0Oo
f50u
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,,owvx
WJOJU,
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I)U SilCo LU, fi tp i I
O owalu Corerany I
Paauliiu Su Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pai. t'lane.t'on Co
I I'.pr.k.o Sugar Co
I I'lonrrt Mill Co
1 Oni.x.
JaoouD1
TSO,CM.
rjo o.j
a .50 on '
500 ol
,,)r,CK'
TW,00. ,
Jt.C
taioo
50
COO,'
COO
lOul.i
It. .
em
ton
too .
loul .
loo!
I'lonMr Mill Co Aim.
WalaluaAgr Co,
Walluku Surar Co
Walmanato Sugai Co
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Halstead & Co:,
Stock and
Bond Brokers.
Money Advanced
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407 Fort Street.
Alembers Honolulu
SJock and Bond Exchange.
Albert Raas
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Judd & Company
Limited.
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
INSURANCE.
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