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HVKNINO DOUJCTIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. TUESDAY, MA11CII 20, 1906.
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The Little Ads with
oo PnjfO 8, N2W TO -
DISHOP TRU8T CO., LTD.
April 1st. 35.
HOUSE 1 bedrooms, Klnau St. J33,
OFFICES In modern building, King
uitrcct near Tort, 15 and ?:u.
3 paying properties on Young street.
Will sell tcparately.
Hcfldencc on 1'cniacola street with
stables, poultry run, etc. Fine plnco
lor chicken lander.
Fine residence with largo lot, King
Street 3 bedrooms.
BISHOP TRUST CO., LTD.
Iirnlshod housekeeping rooms with
gas; also S-room furnished cottage.
Inquire No 8. Cottage Grove.
A two story house. No. 103G Green
street. Furnished or unfurnished.
Apply C. D. Iteynolds. 3317-tC
Cottage of 3 bedrooms on Vineyard
St. Apply S. S. Peck, 297 Vine-yard
Cottage In Cbrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kal, Smith St., mauka Hotel
2 nice large front rooms. Unfurnished,
ltoasonablc. Apply 280 Dcretaula St.
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court. Adams lane.
Two-story house at Walalae and Clu
Ave. Inquire on premises.. 3S2l-lm
Newly furnished mosquito proof roomi,
at 84 Vineyard St. 2728-tf
Bay horse, no brand, strayed from Uer
etanla St. near Kaahumanu school.
JUward at this office. 3332-tf
A gold chain and locket, enameled
blue. Reward at this office.
A yacht, adrift. Owner may
aam,e from Jno. Blood, at Jno. Ka-.ments, building nermlts and rial es
nakas block. Kakaako. 3323-2W '.,,, transaction" Evenlna Bulletin,!
M7 per month Weekl? Bu e n '
ri.- i... ...... .. . i7 per monin. wotKiy uuiienn,
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from $2 to iZ a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Maunakea St.; P. O. box 820.
Telepbone Main 396.
7or a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Sbno. 1111 Fort Ht '
DYEINQ AND CLEANINO.
Demura dyes (any color) and cleans
Clothea; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes employees. 520 King St.
For house-helo. nhone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office,;
mp 1n.npnlfl nnil Itprptanta. I
For Japanese laborers and yard boys.
uau ai itoiei wdikusih, ur iviupnuus
Main 456. Siu-im
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to the piano warcrooms
of L. E. Thayer & Co., 168 Hotel SL.
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taught In 6 months by expert
'cnccd teacher; $3 month (8 lessons) ;
vpeclal attention to adult beginners.
.Address Music, this office. 3328-tf
jsjsjr Fine Job Printing at the Bul
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Dflfc and Stor Fitting, Cabinet Mak
Ing and Polishing; Calabash Turn
Ing; Repairing and General Jobbing
08? ALAKEA RT r v J r
the Big Results
DAY, for Now Ada
As stenographer, shipping or warehouse
cierK. Experienced man. Adrcss X,
As stationary or marine engineer; best
of references. Address 0. C. L., Uul
tleef eattle for sale at Ka
hulcu Itanch, Kau, Ha
waii. 3212 tf
Meal rountrv home at Manoa Valley.'011 Nations or tho group. I.lgnt thun-
ucai country nome ai aianoa vojioy, , ,.i.i ,i. ,i i
6r"c bTarrn lall rose's frny .I.U.'" " '"
Uees? nrfcai -"no. M ! Ap , northern portion of the llllo
to P E IL 8trauch Real Estate 7i district of Hawaii, the rainfall won
u u'lnJ tjf vit'TiiHr asiu-tf nul'o heavy, but In other sections of
a. King si. vauy mag. i-uthe Wg uanU tho ghower) wcrc ralher
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Cnrblng,'!"' I Maul, heavy local rains oc-
..... ...i . ..,i.i rJ currcd In tho vein y of Nahlkti, but
water, fruit and ornamental traesl weck wm nlllldry ln n other
and all Improvement. Two 'n'l BectonB. Knlr)v hcavy ,howcrg fcn n
utes walk from cars and Punanou , bolh cewDr,i anj windward Oahu, and
College. Address It. F, this office. in CB,torn Bnrt northern Kauai.
Snow fell on the summit of Halea-
Pure Plymouth Hock eggs, and younsJfcnla mountain. In Maul, on the 13th. I
chickens one month old. Apply,
Wggi In settings. Pure bred Plymouth
Hocks, barred or white Telephone
White 831. 3319-tf
Cheap Home near Park, Walktkl.
Address It 8. K Bulletin.
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE. I
Franklin car of latest model, complete
wllb .11 accessories; an opportunity
to purennse n fine car at a reason-i
Ul .V H.UOWU-.
able price. Enquire Von Hnmm
Yuuiik Co I td 3335-2t
Hawaiian and Oriental stamps, post
cards, newspaper wrappings. Will
exchnngo Address Randolph Stu
art, Oreenwood, British Columbia.
By a gentleman, room and board ln a
private family. Address It, B. D,
T.1..?r,'l,'l?" x'era. ,JJmcjfi;,.cJ' ""kalau 6)-A nice "shower fell on
Apply Jeffs. Merchant St. 3332-lwjt10 ith but o(hcrwlse tho weather
HOOM AND BOARD
loom and board for 2 gentlomen at
IW King St. 3321-lm
Tk. nnciuEea a .1, .,.,., ... I
iDEX. nubllshod In the Saturday Bu li
tin and the Weekly -Edition Jlweiit
conel.e and complete rV.urne'o? a"le-
notices, call, for Under., judg-
IS1 per year.
Umbrellas r.palred and brass polish-
Ing. Takata, 1284 Fjprt St.
MONEY TO LEND.
in jewelry and merchandise. Ths J.
""arlo Pawn 1o Hotel nnd Tlnlnn.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
i painting. All work guaranteed.
Knos Bros, t'nlnn abovo Hotel 8t,
. r ; ; loial rainfall ,31 Inch. Ur. D. D. Bond.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks, I iea ,tllncn (15)-Wlth tho ex
hoys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of ceptlon of a spod rain, amounting to
Fine Cutlery Bear Union Grill. I .ou Inch, on the litis, the weathor has
if HUl UUkjlUUAu
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING. THIRD FLOOR.
A. R ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING 8T TEL. BLUE 3101.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 8TAN
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
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SNOW FALLS ON SOMHir
OF UALEAKaLA ON I3TH
HEAVY SHOWERS ON OAHU DRY
WEEK ON MAUI DIQ HILO
For tho Week Ending Mnr. 17, 190G.
Local Office, U. S. Weather Uureau,
Honolulu, T. II., March 19, 190C.
Tho week wos marked by partly
cloudy weather and a continuation of
temperatures somewhat below tho nor.
mal, the nights during the latter por-
Hon of tho week being especially cool.
Light variable winds nnd fair weather
early In tho week were followed on the
15th and 16th by strong southerly to
westerly winds attended by showery
nnd unsettled weather In practically
HEMAHKS 11Y COHIIESPONDENTS.
(Note: The figures following the
329Ctf.namo of a station Indicate tho day of
mo monin wim wmen tno wccks re- huuuuhu m mc um ims
port closes.) uecn partly cloudy, with variable
ISLAND OF HAWAII. , winds and cool nights; tho weekly
Kaumana (15) A light shower on mean temperature was 69 deg., and tho
the 14th mnrks tho only break In the total rainfall 1.06 Inches. Local Of
drought this week; the weekly mean Ice, U. 8. Weather Bureau.
temi'crnturo was Cfi deir.. anil tho total
, -. .
,n n nl in nnli T K- Hnmn n enn
Ponahawal (15) Tho weather con-
tlnues dry and clear, with variable
, wlnl! the total rainfall was .09 inch,
, ' "'-' '?. ' " iius uu:
--- - --- -"-" .. : - .
unueu; 1110 weoioy menn lenipcrnturo
waB 7" eK-. nnd tho tolnl rainfall .13
, Inch. L. C. Lyman.
Papalkou (15) The
still continues, only .45 Inch of rain
tailing during the past week. J. T.
Pepeekeo (l"5) On the 14th, 1.07
Inches of rain fell here, but with this
exception wo have hail only a few
light showers; tho weekly mean tem
perature was 7.0 deg. Jas. Webster.
Honomu (16) Tho weather has
i,een dry during tho entire week except
on mo nigiu or tno 12th, when l.io
inches or rain fell. Wm. Pullar,
has been dry and windy; the total
rainfall for tho week was ,96 Inch.
J. M. Boss.
Papaaloa (15) Tho weather has
been Bhowcry, nnd a heavy rain fell on I
tho 15th; tho total rainfall for tho1
week was 4.41 nelien. C. Mrl.i.nnnn.
Laupahochoo (15) Southerly winds
lmvu Palleil during the past week,
'" "hower. on the 13th. 14th
""i l5 lh aoun tins In all to 1.90
"icI"?": tho sea has been calm. B. W.I
0ol(ala ()-Oood rains fell on tho
' . .. . ...
1 14th and 16th, amounting In all to 2.67
Inches: tho weekly nen tcmneratiiro
was 68 dee. W. fl. Wnlkr.
Pnaullo (15) Tho week has been
warm anu snowcry, wun a goou rain
tho Hth; tho weekly mean temper-
attire was 64 deg.. and tho total rain-.
fall .80 Inch. C. Il.JIIacow.
Paauhau (15) Calm, warm weather
has followed tho storm of last week;
the total rainfall for tho week waa .69
Inch. II. Glass.
Henokaa (14) Tho weekly mean
.tcmncraturo was 70 deg.. and the total
1 rainfall .73 Inch. 8. GundelOnger,
Mulll (15) Except lor a shower of
.20 Inch on the 14th. the week lias
been dry, with light, variable winds;
the weekly mean temperature was 70
deg. F. C. Pactow.
Knhala (15) Southwesterly winds
and unsettled weather havo prevailed;
the weekly mean temperature was 70
deg., and the total rainfall .15 Inch.
W. O. Taylor.
Kohala MtsAlon (16 Light, varia
ble winds changed to strong southwest
erly winds on the 16th; tho weokly
mean temperature wns 70 deg., and the
(been dry all week, with warm duys
ami cool nights. A. Maon
Pr.uliue (15) The wtuther lias been
cloudy, with strong southerly winds;
.24 Inch of rain fell on tbe 14th. S. V.
Knmuela (16) a calm week Iibb fol
lowed tho gale; the weekly mean tern
pcra'uru was C4 dog.; theio was no
ralnrall, Mrs. E. W. Hay.
Kcalakoltun (14) Since the heavy
shower of the Sth, the weather has
been partly cloudy and dry, llev. 8.
Kealakckua (15) The week has
been dry, with only .03 Inch of rain.
Pahala (14) Tho weather has con
tinued dry, with light southerly winds;
the weekly mean temperature was G9
deg., and tho total rainfall .07 Inch.
II. D. Harrison,
Olaa (16) Dry, aunny weather has
continued; the weekly mean tempera
lure was us ucg and mo ioibi rainian
.50 Inch. E. P. McCnnn.
ISLAND OF MAUI,
Hana (13)' Very strong southerly
winds, accompanied by rain, on tho
7th wero followed by clear weather and
northerly winds till tho 13ih
good steady rain fell. L Omsted
i Nahlku (15) Tho weather has been
partly cloudy, warm and showery; tho
total rainfall was 3 66 Inches, C. O.
Huelo (15) Tho weather haB been
dry. with warm daya and cool nlghtB,
but heavy rain fell In tho mountains
on the 13th; total rainfall here wns .29
-.ritu'init,viiiiitoM.-L-ixJu. .'..ttu.. . nJMUtAsMtA iii"i 'i ' . iT A'AiWv-"
Inch, nnd the weekly mean tempera
ture 07 deg. W. F. l'ogue,
l'enhl (16), Tho weather has been
warm; a heavy rain fell during Tues
day and Tuesday night. Geo. Groves.
Ifalku (15) Tho weather has been
dry and sultry, with light variable
winds; the weekly mean temperature
was C9 deg., nnd the total rainfall .15
Inch; snow fell on llaleakala moun
tain on the 13th. D. D. Baldwin.
I'ala (16) Tho week has been dry,
with light southerly winds. J. J.
I Puuncno (15) Tho weather has
I been very unsettled, with hot days,
cold nights and varlnblo winds; tho
total rainfall for the week was .38
Inch, but heavy southerly rains are
.now falling. J. N. S. Williams.
Walluku (15) The weather has
been cloudy, with warm days and cool
nights; the weekly mean temperature
was Gt deg., nnd the total rainfall .36
Inch. II ro. Frank.
Klhcl (13) The days liavo been
warm and the nights cool; the weekly
mean temperature was 70 deg., nnd tho
total rainfall .75 Inch. James 8cott.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Maunawlll (17) Fine weather dur-
ing early pari oi wcck was loiioweu
,inrin iha ,i,r .in.-, w i.ononMnt
sho, s amounMng toI2V.nchr tho
weekly mean temperature was 69 deg.
Walmanalo (16) Cool nights were
le JllIo wcck. ,hc , for dny,
wero shocry w,h a ,otal rainfall of
4.80 Inches. A, Irvine,
ia0o (17)-A heavy and welcome
rain on. tho 16th has been followed bj
lower 'temperatures; the winds havo
ucen variable, but mostly southerly.
F. I Webster.
Manoa (17) Very llttlo rain fell tin
t the morning of the lGtn, at whlcn
time wo had 1.70 Inches; the nights
havo been cool. F. N. Parker.
Kwn (17) The weather was change-
. . . .... .... . i
QlllU flliriniT M1P W CPK. Willi 8IlflWIril fin
the 13tn and ltith amounting to ,j
Inch; tho weekly moan temperature1
was ; 08 deg.- Ihrengcl.
- ":":"--;;;":"." '.".
.... ,1 t ..I 1 -4
nccumpuiiicu uy uiuiiui-r, iikiuimi.k nnu
a rainfall of .71 Inch. Wm. Wclnrlch,
Walanae (16) A llRlit thunderstorm
on tho morning of the lGth was at
tended by a heavy and beneficial rain;
the weekly mean temperature, was 70
deg. F. Meyer.
Walawa (17) Strong winds during
n greater part of the week were ac
companied by light showers amount
ing to .50 Inch; tho weekly mean tern-
perattiro was 68 deg. W. U. Waters.
Kahuku (16) The weather has been
showery and qulto cold; moderato
trado winds prevailed through tho
15th, followed on the 16th by a galo
from the northwest; the weekly mean
temperature was 70 deg., and tho total
ralnlnll ,76 Inch. It. T. Christopher
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Dlcclo (16) The dry wenthe
coniinues, no rain laning aunng mo
week except .35 Inch on the morning
of thelfith; tho nights and early morn-
Ings havo been cold.-McBryde Sugar
Co -,, ., ,. ,,
Koloa (16) The weathci
dry and cool; the weekly
peraturo was 70 deg.. and
rfl nf. .13 inch. P. MeLan
and tho total
rainfall .43 Inch. P. McLano. (
I Llhuo (10) The past week has been
tone of moderate temperatures and va-
rlabIc winds, with light showers on
'"" 'u" """ ul" """ iu .i
lnc"i ,no wcemy mean irmperaviiru
was 70 deg. F. Weber.
I Kcalla (16) Tho weather has been
colder, with strong and variable
winds; beneficial rains, nmountlng to
2.03 Inches, fell during tho laBt thrco
day: th weekly mean temperature
w " deg. -W. Jarvls.
Kllaiica (16) The latter part of the
wc:k was raarKea uy sianny, rainy
weather and low temperatures; tho
weekly mean temperature was 68
"Jejf., and the total rainfall. 3.63 Inches,
,-"'' " Horelko.
I Hanalel (16) 3.25 Inches of rain
'eI1 during the Inttcr pan of the weck,
accompanied uy strong northwesterly
winds. E. Q. K. Dcverlll.
A. McC. ASHLEY,
STAIIK At Sta Francisco, Sunday
evening, Mnrch 11, Johnnnii Stark,
wife of August Stark. San FrnucltTn,
nnd mother of Mrs. W. Hcnnlng, Ln
hulim. and Frank Stark, Kuanapall,
nged 65 yearn.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc , manufactured by tho Utilletln Pub.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR8,
ESTATE OF LEE 8AI HIN.
The undersigned, having been duly
appointed administrator of tho estate
of Lee Sa Illn, deceased, Intestate, by
the Honorable Alexander Lindsay, Jr..
Second Judge of the Circuit Court or
tho First ClrculL Territory of Hawaii,
hereby gives notice to all creditors of
the said deceased to present their
claims, duly authenticated and
Iprorer vouchers, If any oxlst, even If
mo claim Is secured by mortgage upon
real entate, at the offico of the under-
Blgncd. No. 142 N. King street, Hono-
lulu, T, H., within six (6) months from
Iho dote of the first publication of this
notice, or they will be forovor barred,
"Ud ! persona indebted u said es
tate aro hereby notified to make Imme
dlnte payment of samo to tho under
Dated Honolulu, March 13, A, D
LEE CIIACK 8INO.
Administrator of the Estato of
Lee Sal Hln, Deceasud.
3330 Mar. 13, 20, 27; Apr, 3, 10.
!5 1 S3 '
I SPORTS I
LARGE ENTRY LIST
Tbe entries for the Boys Field Day,
to" be held on Saturday, closed yester
day with 212 entries for the different
events. Some of the athletes aro en
tered for many of the different events.
McCandless of the Kam school will be
seen In ten out of fifteen events.
Following are tho entries for the dlf
trrcnt events as closed with F. E. Haley
of the V. M. C. A. yesterday:
Oahu College C. Lyman, W. Cooper,
W. Desha, Sing Chong.
Kamehamcha Schools J. S. McCand
lrss. F. Mackenzie, P. Cummlngs, II.
Httlu, J. Pahla.
Kamohnmcha Alumni Ah Hook, II.
Hanakahl, K, Ownna.
Damond Heads C. En Sue, M. Cor
Ifta, J. Kaulukou.
Oahu College C. Lyman, W. Cooper,
Kamrhameha Schools McCandless,
Curamlngs, Mackenzie, Pahu, Hulu.
Kamebameha Alumni Ah Hook, II.
Hnnakahl, J. Arcla, K. Owana,
Diamond Heads En Sue, A. Akana,
Camp McKlnley (Tenth Infantry)
Corp. J. Armstrong. Co. K,
Oahu College Lyman, Cooper, Pa.
Kamnhameha Schools McCandless,
Mackenzie, Cummlngs, Hulu, 11. Ka
hlkl Kamnhameha Alumni Thomas Na
hlwa, J. Arcla.
Diamond Heads Akana, Sheldon,
Oahu College J. Peterson, D. Desha,
J. Desha. F. Wight.
Kamehamcha Schools McCandless,
Mackenzie, G. Maloho, I), Ma by, I).
Kamchameha Alumni Tbos. Na-
Dlftmond Heads Sheldon, F. Sylva
F. Shursch, It. Clark.
Oahu College It. Smith, S. Dodge,
J, Uecha, S. Desha.
ICamehnineha Schools Mahukona, b.
Kunhne, P. Comrades, J. Kapti, W.
Kamehamcha Alumni J. Knpu, W.
Diamond Heads Sharsch, It. Clark,
Cblug Lun, 0. Deshn.
Camp McKlnley (Tenth Infantry)
J, C. Ewlng.
ONE MILE RUN.
Oahu College It. Smith, S. Dodge,
Aloy Loong, L. Clark.
Kamchameha Schools II. Sawagu
chl. J. Dartcls, P. Contrndcs, Kallma.
pchu. G. Mclntyre. D. Davlcs.
Kamchameha Alumni John Kepa,
Diamond Heads Sharsch, F. Uech
ert J. Kepa.
ONE MILE WALK.
Oahu College Hang Chack, Aloy
Soong, I Wllhlngton, E, F. Melanphy.
Kamchamchn Schools W. Puaol, J,
Kapu, II. Auld, E. Noah.
Kamchameha Alumni Bill Hulhul.
Diamond Heads K. C. Hopper, D.
Trask, H. M. Ayrvs.
Ul YARDS HURDLES.
Oahu College W. Desha.
Kamchaimhn Schools 11. Kalpo, S.
Toomey.'J, McCandless, W. Puaol, S.
Kamehnmeha Alumni No entry.
Diamond Heads F. Sylva, En Sue.
HALF MILE KELAY.
Oahu College Lyman, Cooper,
Deaha, Hang Chack, Pa, A, Scunack,
Kamchameha Schools McCandless,
Cummlngs, Mackenzie, Malobo, Hulu
Kamchamohii Alumni H. Hanakahl,
Nablwa, Hclenlhl, Arcla, Kepa.
Diamond Heads Lo, Sylva, Sheldon,
Corrca, En Suo, Akana.
ONE MILE KELAY.
Oahu College J. Desha, J. Peterson,
1. la, F. Wight, Hang Chack, It. Smith,
U. Desha, C. Lyman, W, Desha.
Kamchameha Bchools McCandless
Maloho, Maby, Mahukona, Mackenzie,
Kamehameha Alumni Hanakahl,
Kahlwa, Hclcnllfl, Arcla, Kepa.
Diamond Heads Sharsch, Sylva, Lo,
George Desha, Bheldon, Akana.
Oahu College J, Desha, W. McDou-
gall, V. I.ydgate.
Kamehameha Schools W. Meyer, (J,
Mnkunul, McCjiuIIcss, II. Robinson, F.
tv.inae, r. cuntrades,
Kamehameha Alumni Ed Hamauku,
Diamond Heads O. Jones, G, Ewu-
Hko, F. S. McLeod.
IIUNNINO BROAD JUMP.
Oahu College A. Sclinack, J. Pa.
Kamehamcha Schools McCandlcai,
Mackenzie, Cummlngs, Mahukonu, Kuu
Kamehamcha Alumni No entries.
Diamond Heads En Suo, Amo),
HUNNINQ HIGH JUMP.
Oahu College Sclinack, Lo On, P. do
nrettovilic, J, Peterson,
Kamehameha Schools McCandless,
S. Robinson, J, Slmeona, A. Asul, Ma
uamchameha Alumni No entries.
Diamond Heads F. Sylva, K. C.
Hopper, Chlng Yet.
Oahu Coltego Pa, W. Desha, J.
Kamehameha 8chools J. Archer. J
Dal, S. Kauhane, W. Cluncy, P. Cuiu-
Kamehamcha Alumni No entries.
Diamond Heads Amoy, Fern, T.
Oahu College J, Ilecd. F. Wight, W
Kamehamcha Schools F, Kanao, 8.
Anelu, II. Iloblnson, C. Makanul, W
Kamehamcha Alumn E. Hamauku,
Diamond Heads F. S. McLeod, T.
McLeod, W. R. Cftllton.
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We are prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Freshest ei
I8LAND MEATS. Also, Qirdsn Produce of all kinds; Dutter, Eggs, Chick
ens, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, everything a FIRtH
CLA88 MARKET la called opon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE. Manaeer.
TELEPHONE MAIN 78. FORT 8T OPP. LOVE LD
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f It means much to you. Ths home you build expresses your per- t
7 sonallty. "Through Its halls runs the story of your life." Your
home should be a credit to you; spend your money wisely; I can help
" you make every dollar fount.
t W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL J
4. Telephone White OBI
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V. SUQA SHOTEN
Wholoaalo 5fc Retail Liquor Dculor,
O.o 8tock of .tapanese and America Liquors. Mnzal Salcrn In connection.
IWILEI AND K NG 2TRt.r8.
'OhTOFFICE DOX B6 TELEP ME MAIN 82.
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU GLOTHES GLEANING GO.
J. F. COLBURN III, Manag' . Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. House furniture of all
kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur.
tlshed. Cooks, Yardboys and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN HOUSE, 8. King nr. Walklkl road. Tel. White 2401
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Headquarters for automobiles with
t splendidly equipped fireproof gsrage.
VON HAMM-YOUNQ COMPANY, Ltd
For Old Subscriptions.
Daily, 1 year . .
Daily, 6 months .
Daily, 3 months .
Daily, 1 month .
Weekly, 1 year .
Weekly, 6 months
1 .00 400
an nbbortiuiilv to mi'h limn.
VOTES will win in this contest
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YUUK AHUM! EG I I
W.W. Wright Co.
have .opened a horse-shoeing
department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur- '
ed tbe services of a first
claaa he" " aro pre- '
pared to ao an work In-
trusted to them ln a first- '
class manner, I