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BVKWNfl BrnXBTlW. mWOMTt.0. T. It.. THURSDAY. OCT. 25, 1908.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
. Pnjfe H, NHW TO-UAY, for Neaw Adas.
At onto, first class traveling Hales
man. Must be familiar with ilry
poods line Opi'oitmilly for hiist
lor. Address In own handwriting,
1. 0, llox 40, 3.V.'0-tt
Qontlman wishes board for vlfo and
cool, quiet ilmihlo room for self and
wife, hnndy to Imlh nml on rnr line.
Address "rcrmnncnt," Ilullctlii.
Salesman nml collector for Maul. Ap
ply 1107 AlaUen St. 3M8-1W
Holl top desk. Rtnto price. Address
"H.," Iliilletln. 3519-lw
J A press-feeder. Apply nt once lo Bul
letin office. tf
By Japanese experienced cook. In pri
vate family Address (Jeorgo lllra
oka. P. O. Hox 930. 3519-lw
Cool rooms, hot and cold wnter, elec
tric lights, shower and bath, at The
Majestic, Sachs block. JIGS 'J
Cottage, housckceplnR rooms furnish
ed, gas stove. At Cottage Orove.
Cottages In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St., mauka Hotel.
2 furnished front rooms at 1223 Em.
ma St.; rent reasonable . 3401-tf.
Kurnlshd cottage at 1255 I.unallto St.
Inquire Stock ards Stables. 3500-tl
Newly furnished mosquito proof rooms
at 84 Vineyard St. 272S-U
Fine Job Printing at the Bui-1
Mrs. Hodgson Teacher of piano and
singing. Studio: '213 Vineyard
street, nenr Kinnia street. Twenty
years' experleneo In England nnd
New Zealand. Method of teaching
ensures good touch, nccurnto time,
correct fingering nnd sympathetic
expression 3519-1 m
Mr. Jaa, Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
All orders should be left at tho Ha
wallan News Co.. Young hldg. Phone
294 or Cottage No. 1. llaalelea Lawn,
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General iJmplnymont Office,
cor. Pensaeola and Tleretanla.
Office Supplies I
Has It ever occurred to you that
your office supplies are costing
you more than they should and
that you would save money and
,-gct a better quality from us?
FOR THE OFIMCE
Horses handled with care,
for and returned.
Tel. Main 109
have opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
hop, etc. Having s.cur-
ed the services of a first-
class ehoer they as pre.
pared to do all worn In
trusted to them In a first
class manner, i: i; il :t
Y, M, C, A, MEMBERSHIP
Costs 5. A Year,
II Includes gymnasium chutes,
Laths, reading room and Hbraiy, to
dill and enUrUlnminU, and otlur
things, Willi a ua l-c lo spend
MOTCU A (M.AKEA, 0T0.
Furnished rooms, Henlfil tn milt the
times. Helen's Court, Aitnms I.nno.
Furnished room, $1.00 eool, on car,
line. Plump ir.ll lllne. 3S2l-tfi
floe corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improrementa, Two min
utes' walk from ears and Puoanou
College. Address R. F., this office.
Tho old-established "Popular House";
45 furnished rooms, llent $50. per
month Tltli 17 years' lease to run.
Call at 1249 Fort street. 3156 tf
100.O00 pineapple plants and 100,000
pineapple stools, l'rlco 10. to $20.
per WOO. Address A. W. Karnes,
Tho great Knlitilm Ranch, containing
184,000 acres, wltft everything ex
cept my grip sack. Apply Col. S.
Siiuatia In any (iiantlty, Knlmukl
Heights Zoo. 3472-tf
nine silk shawl, at Hawaiian Hotel
last Krldny evening. If returned to
this office no questions nsKed nnd
reward will bo paid. tf
Territorial warrnnt No. 858 for $15.48
drawn in fnvor or liro. .Mailman
Newell. Tinder kindly leave at Ail'
dltor's office. 3519-lw
No branch J. Carlo Pawn Co.. Fort
St., opp. Catholic Mission. 3503-tf
Pair nose glasses In case. Iteturn tn
this office, lteward Sli'il-lw
Umbreltaa re-covered and brats pol
ished. Takata, 12S4 Fort 81.
Bee Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Key. Music Iioxcj, Snarpennc of
Vina Cutlery, near Union drill
Mission koa furniture made to order.
Repair work done. Wing Chong Co.
King nr. llethcl St. lro
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Rhr. 1111 Fart 8L
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
PlOSTON BUILDING. THIRD FLOOR.
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEON.
DR T. MITAMURA. OFFICE 1412
NUUANU ST.! CORNER VINE
YARO; TEL. WHITE 151.
It's a good time to get In
terested In photography and
participate In the forthcoming
Promotion Committee com
petition, which will be fasci
nating and Instructive.
New kodaks of every size
and style now here. Films of
Honolulu Photo Supply Co,,
" Everything Photographic "
ANY TIME -
V EVERY DAY
HAWAIIAN QnAS8 HUT8I
OPEN-AIR BKATINQ HINKI
ANIMALS, BIRDS, ETC, BT0.I
, AND 8UNOAYQI
DON'T MIBS A, GOOD TIMKI
Duy a pound or 3WEET VIOLET
CREAMERY BUTTER today! then
BUY and BUY
BYE and BYE
you will always buy
8WEET VIOLET BUTTER.
Its use gives satisfaction; Its deli
cate flavor Is Irresistible; protected
against dirt and germs In a waxen
package with the mark of the VIO
LETS on It.
C, Q. VEB HOP & CD.,
TEL. MAIN 251.
ijust Received per
I Alameda a Large
Stock of Figured
and Plain Rugs.
Coyne Furniture Co.
UNION AND HOTEL STREETS
gets to tho foundation of
the dirt and cleanses
thoroughly. There's noth
ing superficial about Honolulu-made
FOR A CASE
Delivered to Your Kitchen
Works Co , Ltd.,
F. L. WALDRON, Agent
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor. Emma and Beretanla Sts. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborera Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under,
taken. Telephone Blue 2181.
Tnat all men's palates are pleased
with the fare served by the
Corner HOTEL and BETHIL STS.
W. R. PATTERSON
General Contractus and Jobbing,
Houaepainting, Paporhanglng,. Grain
ing, Kalaomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle,- the
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union
streets. PHONE MAIN 361.
TEL. MAIN 473.
, For Japanese cooks, waiters, women
i for housework and help for day work,
supplied on short notice,
i JAPANESE NEW HOTEL UNION,
i LABOR OFFICE,
i NUUANU STREET NEAR PAUAHI.
I HAVE YOU A 8EWINQ MACHINE?
' We buy, sell, exchange and repair
I lewlnij machines ami parti,
CRANE 1 8PCN0ER SCYVINP. MA
TELEPHONE MAIN W,
1 103 N, KN0 0T. r, 0, POX 513,
lie sums "inr
You can't look through nn Kastern
newspaper without coming across tho
word "lcmon"n thousand and two times
on every page. When a New Yorkor
opens his mouth the first word you
hear Is "lemon." Thcro's a lemon ped
dlcr on cery corner along Rrnadu.iy.
"Lemon" holds tho center of the tilling
limelight theso days, and tf any oik-Is
overheard lo mention "skldoo" or1 "13 '
lie Is Immediately thrown into chalri
nnd ghen all that the criminal law al
lows. 1 lie origin of the meaning of tho
word ns npplled In the loose lingo de
partment Is Just ns vague as that of
Us predecessor, "skldoo." But that
matters not. An expression does not
hao to mean anything to become pop
ular. In fnct, the less sense there Is tn
it, tho mora popular Is becomes.
Whenever our Kaslcrn frlen ! f.wi
themselves hard tin for n word during
tho courso of conversation lhe Insert1
n lemon and get nwny with It. It nic.ins
essentially something that Is partic
ularly sour, but has been used at var
ious times to apply In lonsten, rutilta
gold bricks, lunatics, tall gur, Hiick
crs. rummies, marks, vegetables nnd
everything else that Is larking in cls&s.l
They arc nuts nhout tho new addition ,
to tho .slang vocabulary on tho rther
sl'lo of the Mlstlsslnnl. so It Inhoovotl
us to tuc the word with the sour pio-lcnt of tho Toyo Klsen Kalsha, has
cllvlllcH and work It overtime until the I mndo a statement to the followluu cf
authorities pass a law prohibiting ttSiIci:
use. I " ' "old In some quarters that tho
Don't utter any harsh winds, k'.t, If'Toyn Klien Kalsha has Joined what
you sco the word "lemon" In till (P.,! tP01' tho Pacific Steamship Trust,
limn sevent-cn thousand llsiM ilutlrn '"'l. tl,mt rcrt Ja itnlnic. It Is the
the next week fact' "owevcr, that tho Kalsha .has
'w .long desired to secure the command
Wllllamsport. Oct. 10.-Jamo. Se- 2' "iiSM''r.'w Mif ,i'.0i8?l,,,l'
bring announced yesteiday that he had ..lt
IZ r,l ' i , , ,1 n7;. ,ii Mnl1 8- Company. Tho Knlslia also
was reported that the right fielder proposed to build three new steamers,
might be a possibility for tho manage- BO that with Its existing vessels on
rial position of the Iteidln;; fun v. hen ho Solllh pncine line, tho Nippon Ma
lt wits launched Into the 'I rl Ktnto i ru, Hongkong Maru nnd America Ma
League next season. The I'hll.idolphl.i tu, t would have had ten largu steam
National league Club tril liar I filers on that routo nnd would have been
land tho player, but Manager . luincc tblo In practically monopolize tho
of Chicago refused to cuusldoi' iitiyl transport business In thoso waters,
trade. When Mr. Ilarriman, president of tho
tt tt it Pacific Mall Steamship Company,
Toronto, Oct I. Cnmcron l'.uilln.
21 years old, died enrly today hi the
(lencrnl Hospital from injuries re
ceived on University liwn estcrday
afternoon while nt practice for tho
(crlmmngo of Toronto University team.
IIU skull wits fractured.
St. Louis, Oct. r,. John Morgan of
New York, champion continuous pool
plavcr of the world, tonight defeated
Horace II, McLean of St. l.ouln, chal
lenger. In J)lc first bunk of two hun
dred balls itnf their six hundred ball
match fur the title, 200 to ITS.
POLITiCS US H)
IN It DISTRICT
The following in a lo'ter from Kona bur-Anieilcan S. S. Co.. ns It wns dc
shonH how polities Is talked In tli-s tcrmlncd not to nllow Us position on
coffee sliopn: the South Pnclllc to bo Interfered with
NeH from Knu, sa that tho lie-1 by any other company, whether Jap
publican party, headed by Prince Cu- r.neso or foreign. Kobo Herald.
pld, Delegate to Washington, nt tho I
coming election arc doing lively pull-1
lies. The wind blows In fnvor of
ncpuhluans this term of election
wall s.i)s that the I). !'. Is dead make
!n,i. Democrats nulniil ninllmall Homo lMltor Ivvenlng Ilullctlii: You bate
Itula fusion pi mal by nnd by. Homo 1 published In our paper certain churgefc
lluln eandldnto for Delegate, he I)cm- agnlnst mo mado by Kd Duvnuchcilc ot
oeiat no Indorse Nollcy, he kanaka, ' pukoo. I deny lliotn nnd no one
Dcmnirat no lovo slave, he black. Do- troubles about them hut tho above por
moerat. ho liko Arlsloerats. nlsame ton nml few others who fre.iucnt ihe
r.. il. .m,iniiii, iiu "mvm.ii, n,-
publicans endorses Gov't for tho peo
ple and by tho people. Ilepublltaus
have endniBed Prince Knlanlanantc, n
Hawaiian; this shows truer friends In
the parly In Hawaii.
Some Democrat, Home Hula leadera
nuinu Liuiiiiit-iiii, iiiiiiii' iviii.i ii-utii-iu
i....i.i.. ,i... i.,.,iin.. v... ...
vote straight D. F. tlcket-tho votcra
are yelling In a barking lone. No, sir.
we will not listen lo you-you alsamo
lo-ich mo voto for that haollo mallhlni
he Delegate to Washington al-samo
no moie good Kanaka In Hawaii. No,
sir; wo this time vote for our all!, Ka
lanlitnnolc, and his Kanaka party. He
will ho our Delegato overy time. Wo i
no savey way haolle mallhlni. Ma-.
bea Prineo David? ho good namo for
Delegate, ho belong Democratic pan
ty. Pololcl Democrats no like voto
Home Hula mon because all kanaka-
men Homo Hula this election no voto
for Democrats. Delegato liaole all
ldnl lucky ho get fourteen votes from
Hawaii kanaka votes.
i .e a
Your grocer sells Pol llreakfast Food.
l-!rlilnr Kvpnlnc llllllelln. N'nw
I tomes Jaiol Cocrpcr of Kona, express-1
ilng hlnihclf (In English no one will I
reiognlzo ns his vide Adtoillicr, Oct. 1
(i, ;i. 2) on tho Kona polltlcil outlook,
ainl assuring us that non) of tho can
dliites noinlnntcd aro "IIU"
Conditions nro rather, be says: Kllm
Is a Kahuna, Koomoa Is bolnt U:lk(d of
In a wny that Is not to his vrollt; John
Pails Is politically dead; I.ov in no
ihiinte, Niihulo will boiiii icn bl ilnlsh, the second- communication under thu
a,"l B" " , Wine hcudllun and sIriuh! "Dibble K
Only Cqorper and olio or two otliim, n." Hoping that ou will set me
will ho elected. right In your paper, and thanking ou
lint tho limit Is, no one of tha veiy ior the conetilon, I am
lew purtuiM who ever heard t Mr. Yours truly,
Coirpor in all lalsci. him or tils utnhl. DIIUII.E K ILAE,
II -nu seriously.
.,"" "1?'' "0,t,.,,m., 1",,"".",, :'"1 "0 '"" Th BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN-
i Her ilisii;iitlllli'i.lliiiie. He jmh ion.DPX, publlihid In the Saturday Bulle.
i,i i ..f iUii imly ji llilli- wlill- iii;n ,n ,,, ,h, wMy cd0r) V
l.c-ii he fo'iii,! Ili.il hi. in IH wit , BllS n( oomplifa reoume of all li
"","" "!"":, "" 'r, ,",; i".1
un lb rufiu riu" ramlMdiH 'Ida
hiwtsy In do ir imi Iiiimi I'lioiMh iiiMiryiutt tramatiloni. Evening nullilln.
jiuiny mir frn. 175 pir month, WnMy Oullilln,
I 11,", II ''( IMI ' "M lH'l
In pay your legitimate bills .ttvl thus
envo up enough to rim for tha SciuJc.
No doubt Mr. Cocrpcr im.iglti;3 he
Is dn the way lo fame.
So did .the parnnolAc who run him
self ench Presidential election on a self
appointed ticket. Mr. Cocrpcr helped
tn stir up n riot In Knna, then fell out
with his associates who now accuse
Mm of bad faith'. He, on tho whole,
leads a "lordly" life.
His opinions arc worth ns mtiili an
As lo nominations on llnwall they
mo no worscithan usual.
Mr. Nahnlc lias it first class record
as an energetic deputy sheriff. Koo
moa Was a good second. McDougall
U all right, So nro Woods and Low,
Klha rriay not bo very good hut C'ooi
per Is' worse. Politically, Patls may he
ancient history, but for nil that, It Is
hot Coerper's place to put flowers on
Mr. Cocrpcr talks of tho "l-oncr
Home." For the lord's sake let us
not mako It any lower by Considering
for one moment tho election of such
nonentities as J. C.
Resides, t understand that his late
conviction has shadowed his civil
A KONA VOTER.
Oct. 14. IMG.
Bid Hi DM
m BHNGALIED Off
.Tho Toklo correspondent of tho
Malnlchl reports that Mr. ABano. nres-
'eame to Tol.lo last year, tho Kalsha
discussed with him tho purchase of
tho above mentioned .steamers, and
we subsequently sent our general man
ager to America lo continue the nego
tiations, Tho nffnlr made great piog
rcss nnd tho contract for thu pur
chase of tho steamers was on tho point
of being signed, the sum to bo paid
having been settled, when Uio steam
ship Manchuria went aground nt Ho
nolulu and tho stoanmhlp Mongolia at
Midway Island. Thoso events have
nttcrcd tho situation, ns wo do not
consider that theso vessels, even aft
er tho fullest repairs, will now bo suit-
I able for our purpose. Tho Knlsha con
I sequent ly arranged with tho Pacific
Mall Company nhout n fortnight ago,
, for he cancellation of tho purchase
i Mr, Asann nlsn stated that tho Kal
i aim would take steps to meet the
I threatened competition of tho limn
IMBUE K. UAfc'S DiFtl.SE
cm mill owneil by the same man. J ire
The stories, about me published In
vour paper some months ugo i.ime fiom
Ihe Eame. crowd. High Sheriff Hem y
denied tho btory about weatlui; pilson-
w, ,.,,., . ,.l.
.r suits of clothes.
, ''vchcllc watits me fired and is
'"""S, '" " Job- The fighting,
'lunirrllnB and greedy nature of this
man cniiscd tho voters here to turn
Mm down when he tried to ! Siijci
visor wela kn lino. Somo peopla want
their names In tho papers all the time ,
but they mint speak the truth.
Tho story about Duvaiichcllo swim
mlng 14 hours was told by himself. Wc
''don't hcllovo It up here. It Is u fake
story, and got up by Duvauchellc to
mako peoplo talk. A short distance
from where Dilvnuchclle says ho landed
, tho boat was found ashore, beforo It
was known thero had been any pillkla,
Everybody almost, Jicro thinks that
Duviuichello drifted ashore In tho boat
or he would have been drowned or cat
rn by sharks. Ho nevor tells the mime
ttory twice nllko, and bo gets hopping
mud when spoken to about the matter
Mars should have good memory.
Aloha. Thanking you for spare.
I). K, II.AU.
Pukoo, Oct. 13, 1000.
Pukoo, MolokttCpiL 20, 1000,
Editor Evening Ilulltlii: Tlio fol-
jlowlng commilnlcatlon uppcarcd in
our papor of Octobor lfilh. I am not
responsible far this mtlclo us I did not
tvrlto It. nor did I consent to, nor have
knowledge of Its exlstcnco until I saw
It In your paper, i deslro to dUclalm
nnv fimnecltnn with It I ,11,1 wrlm
iui noticii, can rr tinairi, udj-
mints, buiidinn nm.iu an.i ...i .1.
I M4, II
Alexander & Baldwin
. f. COOKE Manager
.1. P. Baldwin .President
I. . Cattle Vlea President
H. M. Alexander ..Second Vlea Pree,
L T. Peek Third Vie Pree.
J. Waterhoute Treasurer
S. E. Paxton Secretary
H. O. 8mlth , Director
. SUGAR FACTORS,
COMMISSION MERCHANIS and
Hawaiian Commerela'l a Sugar Co,
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kanuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
haleakala Ranch Oomoany.
II UUUI I SJSJIHI
The Ewa Plantation Co,
The Walalua Agricultural Cs.
The Kohala 8ugar Co,
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co
The Fulton Iron Works, St Louli, Mo,
The Standard Oil Co,
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumpe.,
The New England Life Insurance Co,
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London,
!. i. Irwii & C., Lte
WM, C. IRWIN... President and Mgr.
JNO. D. 3PRECKEa,C..1st Vice Pree.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vice Pree.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
E. I. 6PAULDING Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Weatern Sugar Retiring Co, San Fran
Baldwin Loeomotlva Works, Phlla
Newall Unlveraal Mill Co. (Manufac
turers of National Cans Shred
der), New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., Sin
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Havallan Agricultural Co, Ookala
Sugar Plant, Co.. 0 mea Surjar Co,
Honomu Sugar Co,Walluku Sugar Co.,
Pepeckeo Sugfr Co., The Planters
Llni of 8an Francisco Packets, Chas.
Brewer & Cc's ne of Boaton Packets.
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; Oeorge
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
ger: E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and 8ec
rftary: F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor: P.
C. Jores, C. M, Cooks and J. R. Gait,
B.F. DILLINGHAM CO
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Aaauranca Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Aganey.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
4th FLOOR, 8TANQENWALU BLDQ.
la not a Luxury; It la a Neceselty.
But you Must have the BEST
and that la provided by the famoua
and most equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, In ths
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
Wl. I. I1WIFU CO., LT.
AOENTS FOR THU
i Royal Insurance Co. of Llvsrpeel, Eng.
Alliance Anurancs Co. ol London,
Scottish Union A National Ins. Co, el
i Flra Association of Philadelphia.
I Alliance Insurance CacajMilon, Ltd,
' Wllhelma of Magdsbirusntrat Insur
lb mid far It
I la kaol on flla at r
( 0, DAKE'3 ADVER
I T I I H U AOBNCY,
Ht . Rait ITranrlirA. fimi..
Jm for adutrlltlnn can
MTAt.lHID IN IIU. , j
3i8hop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
.Hers of Credit Lssued on
ie Bank of California and
J. M. Rothschild & Sons
Correspondents for tho
American Express Company
ind Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
ind Savings Bank Deposits.
Wm. G. Irwjn.
Clans Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : i T. It v
San Francisco Agents Tho Ne
rada Notional Dank of San Francisco.
raw Exchange on tho Ncruda Nav
Jooal Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union of l.-onflnn and
Smith's Rank, Ltd. ,
Hew Yerk America Exchange) Nay
CMca0 Corn EKhanaa National
Parle Credit Lyonnala.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hflnf
k seLooBhaJ 'Banklnc Corporation.
Kow Zealand and Australia Dank
tt Mem Zealand and Bank of Austra-
..Vittorta and Vancouver Bank of
British Monti America,
Deaoslts resolved. Loans mad on
9juorrd accatlty. Commorclal and
TraTclors' Credits IssuciL Bill of Hi-
uonKni ana sola.
CaNcetlona Promptly Accounted Fori
AND TRUST G0.
f HAWAIL L-TB,
OtWCRIBEO CAPITAL... fJOOaSOM
PAID UP CAPITAL 1QO,0O0.O
PnMlosnx Caelt Brown
VWPreotderat........M. P. Roblneen
CSaVllOS1 i..m...m.,ii,. ia I. POOIt
Ceraer Port sod Ultra? Sts.
AVINfiS OEP04ITS recaltrsd and
Ulsfsst aliowad tor yearly dofoalti al
Ms kU of 4 1:I yer coat, per annensv.
Bale tad rotubUtoM fanJsltfit af.
The YokotiimiSpKli Bank, lm.
Capital Subscribed Yen 24.n01.OO9
Capital Paid Up Yen 1S.O0n.n0O
Reserved Fund Yen ,94(,00O
BRANCH AGENCIES Bombay,
Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe, London.
Lyons, Nagasaki, Ncwchwan. Now
Tnrk,-Peking, San Francisco, iShanr
bal. Tientsin, Toklo. Osaka.
Thn bank buys and racelrea' for col
lection nillu Uxcbange, Isaosi
Drafta and I.et'.rrj of Credit tnd trad
acts a general 'oanblnf bastnsta.
HONOLULU BRAfiCH, 17 KINO ST.
Gallon, Neill & Co.,
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS,
QUEEN ard RICHARDS STS.
Boilers re-tubed with charcoal Ir
or steel tubes', general ah'p work.
Office, 248 QU1EN ST., HONOLULU.
Cotton Bros &Co
Plans and estimates furnished ff
all classes contfaetlng work.
TEL. MAIN S4B,
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLK., Hnlultl.
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDBR,
All classss of Building Work
promptly, and carefully executed.
Office 'Phone Blus Il01.
Residence 'Phons Blus tStl
HOKOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and d
icrlptlon made io order. Roller work
and RIVETED P'IPES for Irrigation
purpose, a specially, Particular aUen.
lion paid to JOB WORK, and repair
executed al ahortest nolle.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA-
TURITY CO., LTD,
Real filiate, Mottgsgs, Loins and In-
, Olflr.ct Mclntyrs Dldg., Honolulu, T.ll,
I p, 0, (io 885, PHONE MAIN (lit
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