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PACIFIC 0OMMKBC1AL ADVBBTHKR: HONOLULU, OCTOBEB
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J. D. Harries Is Now In
IS A SOUTH AFRICAN HERO
Wears a British Order for Bravery
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ano rougni in ine
At the age of thirty J. I. Harries, of
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f the world and of lif.. than
i do in all their aliott d term
con yeCM ..id ptn Mr H.ir
tin. to Honolulu on the schooner,
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. in llonoltilti proi..-d
the Isl tnds to his IlklnK.
F'T (he past tn years and more
n i - mderer on the
.f the Bl.de- I -a hat h. has not
a a I 'I n 1 all
a, t . ( ind 1 1 th K-
scarcely be worth
the past live
f the famous Jameson
lr.. ITr-ki'O i n1
t i,. I. i a. is a m-mler of the Mashotio
mteij poller, and wears the Dls
tinsuished rvle Order the highest
honor An Knsilsh soldier can win saveivn of tho4ll who wer eye-witnesses and
. - ross-for gallantry dur-
lug the great Mntabele war In 197. This
i ter, a plain silver medal, was pinned
oil tl '.I -" I . V"een VI. tol l. i h-r-
aelf. and Is cherished by him above
all the oth r mementoes of his adven
tf US fill .' I "it -Ing I he height of the
I Transvaal war he was a member f the
, South African mounted police and was
r l ..oh an active part in the
battles . f Iundeai and filencoe. On hU
j tiiMly he has five wounds, one of which,
ioi'Iv.-iI Ip the Jnmesnn raid, nearly
ist him his life.
"1 e sps ted If ever I got Into hands
'of u H era," said Mr. Harries last
v til riat. they would hang me off-hand.
I is under a. nt..n. of dath for
. m , -I. (! Iti the Jameson business
v - nh It.
Janie ii all through
if .'1 a tth htm and
nd finally sotitencd to b'
. r . i . a: p. i rdoned all
iuld not have
I to h.n.u me. for I am an Am
in dtlsen, at, I while I could not
get 1 1 1 1 . ri mtinlcation with our consul
ii th.-r.' at the flm he had his eye
me. and if they hud attempted to
li.t'.g ii : , ii l h i .' Ii.jvn trouble.
Anyway. Td hftve ,. , with my b s.fg
on. I ll bet on that.
I wrnn far up In the north about the
Mm., of the Matabcle outhr-nk north of
Hallsbury. I wan trading among the
Kaffirs, and had been almost up to the
white Nth, nearly twentjr-flve hun
iPran miles lnt the erv heart of Afrl-
' . 1 1 I i. irte'd to speah and under
language, of course, and
PMftl.ANK, h. iii I k that they vvre to rise
and what house each party ana to at
JH lacs Vou h I i" ..'it good and fast
If..' taNnhary, and It was none too soon,
the iv r. of the outbreak came Just
vi l T n. - l m t. i pia e of aafety. That was
Ian exciting time, I can tell yon. They
H0V Imrrlcaibd that town faster than J eer
aw anything fortltbd b-foi . Why.
r they evsn made barricades out of can-
I ned. beef, and they strung barbed wires
I all a roasts! the town. I volunteered to
. .,u rD 1 j f r aid to a place to the south
ii u v h' '" ,n" ' ",rl Hussars, two battal
" ' s " ' i..i .r t h in, v station I , and I had
.I J ii ' har-Hv time to act out of town before
t minor. my horse was shot from under me. I j
,n .,' ' "pp ! I1.' 'he brush mighty quick.
i ii r
ays and days I crawled over
on my hands and knees. II
at time and time again, but
ny algsags ami going a round
ly I got to the camp of the:
till let thTn know of th" trou
had a long sl'ge with the
I -A 'rtf 1 t'l the mounted nolle-!
i - r.. . nil them r r a long time
' H till 111' HlllllirHn.
If was during that trouble that I got
l S i I did not do much. We
'Ti' surrounded by
niggers, and I
officer. There were
ly six of us got out alive. Borne fel
v hus wrltt. n n poem wb ut It, but I
vs forgotten his name. It was a pret
AgaM all through. Afterwards we
i t io Ungtand and they gave us th
-s ii n Victoria pinned It on
i ( utile herself. I am the only Am
. in that wears it.
'v.i w i'- I pea v
lK) l"n" of the skirmish.
1 i'. ii top ,.t' that I
with the I
p of that I g t th- fe.er. nd
put me in the hospital. A dfs tori
.'eg and said there was no ho .
I'.Ut I In r, w is ami out of t h
ity nvn In that tent, tweaty-nln
I nd I was the lucky one.
I have been farther Into the heart
Africa than almost any white man.
vent ui tia. ling with simply a crowd
native boys, and my camp outfit. We
re after g"id dust ami Ivory and oa-
h feathers. 1 was gone so long,
arly two years, and In till that time
ver a white far to be seen, that I
rioat forgot how to sp uk English,
id ss f. r malo and such things I had
Mr Harries is a tall, good looking.
'I- ilthy young 'allfornlan. and to look
at him you would BsaWSSty Ih ve that
be has ssaa s . mm h of the strenuous '
f life. In his brief career he has
1 nearly ail of tne uvipte.i worn
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n He left Han p ram is. ,, aDoUl
ii a ng.. visited Victoria. Vancou-
ml Nanalno In
hi way east, went inrougn
nrn States, and t New York
hsra as a seaman for Liver
ed nil through the Pulled
and pretty well through Eu
n he went on a tramp ateam-
Ibraltar. the Canary Is
it d a
t l.lmtierly ue was
Bad with the De Beers t'ompany
I r a time, and at Johannesburg he
de and lost several fortunes In
A ti . h or so ngo he returned to his
In San Francisco, but the seed
f Hi f. v. r contracted In South Africa
In hlin, and he could not sf.irid
' winds and the f. gs. and so he
I to com to the Islands.
Beretania Tennis Club.
T. . re will be a meeting of the Bere-
, T.nnls flub nt 4 o'clock this af-
the parlor of the Youni"
la and St. Helena, nnd w ik or an ec 10 n -
. Thence he Journeyed j bren and mlx-l ,",JJJ
Hues and McaamblMUe. n.'lk and continue to stir t for ve m,n I
nn.l five vears In vnr- int" h"ln n.', W ' "1 M-a.
" - w i tt. w tha m tl rr I rtJin um'-
Mpn, Christian Association, to take ac
tion relative to procuring a new
BTollrwl TVi m .
v-iuo n received notice
' from the Board of Education to imme
diately vacate the present grounds
MRS. GOODRICH'S STORY
Woman's Board Heard Her Account
With Great Interest.
All who were preHvnt at Ike regular
n.i.thly meeting of the Woman's Boa)-d
of Misnion on Tueeday of thin week en-
Joyed a rare treat Miss Graydun read a
moat chrminK and comprehensive pain-r j
Alaska," and then for half an hour!
I.i'l:-'S listened to a graphic account
of the siege of Peking, given by Mrs.
"tch, of China, one of the American j
Pcard missionaries, a throiiRh passenger !
I on tl,. America Mam.
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i-iooancn. with her hushund ami i
er m.sa onariea and native Chris- I
otn I unit-tho, made their escape
O'i forty carts, which ) uii hwn nrw t..,i
them, and fauna
refuge with tlit-
."uno.iist mission in I'ektng. After the
w vi me werman Ambassador th-v I
I safety within the walls where were 1
the various legalises and other foreign- !
I - to II... nuntU.r .,r 1 ....
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exprerVHiim on th.. I'm ea of
thi ae who I'stened, and the tears com'.ng
w wn lli.lr cheeks, nhow..I low h11 henrta
"iere touched and thrill, d as Mrs. Good-
rl h vividly r. m odm .-.I the HC.1l. Ill
which ghe had been a participator the
P thetlc leaving of home and all house-
i uin 1 1 easures. in
shell. ns: of the !'ea-
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h, iv.nl- h1' E? .
V " h,,.rr,,flrr.h- . V m
in.' lerru.ie tins uliiiti.l on jll a .
'-aa1 a iu pii rn i urn ill
f.n f i i atl . .ii
i, ringing in of a i.w.l of wheat whlcH
trey pounded and made into bread, the
Irng strain of watching snd suspense for
the nrty-flve days the siege lasted, sleep-
mj, on me ground with tneJr clothes on,
'and the relief experienced when the low
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bf-cm In the distance gave notice of tl.
approach of the troops of the allies.
was a rare privilege to listen to these de.
ta'ls not found in print, and given as few;
pcrxicipaiors, couia give them. It was
woderful anf Mr, rvwvin. h Lsi
ti e one w ho kn
how to tell the story.
WILCOX SAID "GO
Laura MpIIo's Tale of Wo 3 it
the Police Court did
The Mello domestic infelicity casei
wan the stellar attraction at the Police
' l Court yesterday morning. When Lau
ra. the complainant, ravlshlngly clad.
fluttered Into the witness box all hearts
in the courtroom palpitated
aru l"e question was very generally
asked, How could he have the heart
to desert such a rapturous star of fem
The case is an old one and the prin
cipals have graced the courtroom so
n in connection nith It that Mrs.
Mello has learned to look upon it as !
her home. Yesterday, happily or other
wise, she was evicted by Judge Wilcox
and In future will pour no more tales
of unrequited love and nameless long
ings into the ears of a sympathetic and
The fair Laura testified in cold blood
that her Antone had threatened to kill
her and that she feared for her life.
She said that after the previous case
against her husband had been settled.
Mello endeavored to get her to go to his
The Invitation however was coupled
with what Mrs. Mello termed "a prom
ise" to do for her and somewhat re
luctantly she went, returning to her i
mother-in-law s house, however, the
"You stayed all night alone with your
husband," said Judge Wilcox, "and he
tidal kill you. did he?"
Mrs. Mello didn't think r.r dii".
IIre Attorney Strauss introduced hi3
favorite "unconstiiutior.al specialty,
lie t-.ii.l it. a: fie 1 iw j r . id -d for ril
Inal charges for breach of a marriage
(oiitract, which was in reality a civil
contract. The Jude agpmsaad his oft-
rpated sentiment on this malt r, lT.
,,, ,,,.,, . Kiv. d..fer,lant the 1, n. IV
of them by throwing out the case.
Ills honor decided that the prop r
sphere for Mis. Mello was the divorce
...urt and discharged her husband.
This exasperated the winsome wife
who wanted to know If there wasn".
another court whtie Justice of a su
perior I. rand was meted out.
"Oo sue for a divorce if you are n ,t
satisfied w ith your husband." quoth the
unfeeling Judge. "I think that you are
,mx , ,s ( ,... your Anion.- taking lh"
I been wound-i lnar ,n one of jaii(,r Henry's wagons,
Ind In a striped suit."
This Mrs. Mello d- ( lan d was n"t the
She said she wanted to g back
home with Mello. whom she alleges she
loved, but was undesirous of being kill-
.fudge Wilcox couldsfl be made to see
i danger howevir and Iaura with
drew, doubtless to study up the divorce
Ah Fat. leaving a horse untied, con
tributed $5 and costs. Nelson. Dick
son and Anderson, knights of the bot
tle, paid the usual footing.
REGISTER NOW! AT ONCE!
DAINTY CHOCOLAT1 CKJBAM
1ut four larw teaspoonfuls of powdered
r,,,,,i .,,. ,,,r Rnv good cocoa will do mute
, I safar It to S DSSoi
pruts with a little cold mils.
Pour a pint
milk Into a
.l-i . . a-i -. r n ".ut
the thinly-par.d rln l of a lemon and let It
f,.r ten tnliiiites: then pour It
' gradually on to the chocolate, gtlrrlng It
- well: put It Into the saucepan in .....
the milk waa warmed nnd let it no i ior
right minutes, stirring It gently all the
time. ... I
Sweeten the chocolate to l.asir. n-ui i
and when It show- idsns of setting w
l well snd stir In the white c. the
tifcten to a firm rrotn; comim.e i
the "cream" MMfl It Is spongy nnd full of
...ii.i.- UK.H ti;rn It Into a mld whlcn
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!hns been rinsed with cold water nnd let
I It set Serve turned out of the mold nm.
.rd to table with seme sweet wafer bis
cuits. Labor Party Convention.
A mnnn meeting of the Socialist La-
bor Party w ill be held I Ml evening r in
A-cmbl 1 lull at 1 o clock. The public
Is cordially Inv.t
. . a ai a a a al . . . la u- h 11 fill I.I 11 f I I
IN THE COUNCIL
Several Applications for Li
Aside from the consideration of the
"pinion of Attorney General Dole on
the matter of the increase of taxation,
the Governor's council did little busi
Treasurer Lansing read a communi
cation from High Sheriff Brown re
garding the publication of notices re
garding public vehicles. He said that
all these notices were out and he wish
ed to have more of them printed. The
matter was referred to Mr. Mt : 'andle.s.
as It came more dlr.-ntlv mrf his:
lne Hilo-Kohala Railroad sent in a
report of its meeting on Monday, when
an election of officers was held, and
gave the list of the new officers. It w.i
also stated that the charter of the com
pany had been accepted and that the
capita stock had been increased tj
A number of applications for liquor
licensee were presented by Mr. Lan
sing. The application of the Waikiki
Inn for a renewal of Its license was
granted. P, Cockett was grannd a llsrht
1 u oeer iicesee ior m Diace .to oe
latedat Waikapu, Maui. A letter was
-fW H. VWa. asking that he
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De granted permission to remove the
location of the place for which he had
been reeeatly granted a license from
the Patzlg building to the corner of
Nuuanu and Merchant ;reets. 11. Har
mano asked for a merchant's license for
th.- Tatzig building, but action on the
application was deferred.
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r. dricv anuiess reaa tne bids which
1 i . . ..
' ueen receivea ior tne construction
of the School and Beretanla street
bridges, which were published in the
Advertiser yesterday. He was given
authority to go ahead with letting the
contract, and he has practically decid-
1 to award the contracts to Cotton
Hrothers. who were the lowest bidders
for the work.
1)0 NOT DELAY
THE PASSING OF
AN OLD CHIEFESS
Lydia Pi koi Kaniakaia, Aunt
of Prince David Dies
in This City.
Mi- of the high chiefesses of the o'd
realm, I.ydia Piikoi Kamakaia, died
yesterday morning at her residence cn
Kinau struct. Mrs. Kamakaia was an
jaunt or France David Kawananakoa
and of Prince Cupid Kalanianaole, and
i came from the royal family of Kauai.
f which Raumualii was the last of the
Her mother was a sister of King
While thus of royal blood. Mrs. Ka
ma knia did not take any active part In
politics, and lived a somewhat secluded
life. She was thrice married, her last
husband surviving her. She was quite
realthyj and at one time was the own
er of the Wilcox property makai of
King fftreet. She had but one son, by
her first husband. At the time of hr
death she was sixty years of age.
The funeral is announced to tn'ce
place at 3 o'clock this afternoon from
the Cafhi lie Cathedral.
late cnaaSasl Wealth i Resltb.
Many a rich man stifferins and sick
would pive nil hi3 wealth for the re
turn of good health. Rich and poor
can keep healthy if they pay attention
to nature's warnings of approaching
disease. If your liver is sluggish. If
yo;t feel dull, drowsy, or inactive: if
yon? heart doesn't pump right, palpi-
la tea, thumps, sometimes vigorously,
omet imes faintlv: if vour bowels
are inactive, or overactive: if your
0nmt, u . a..,
waaap luuo ywwj ii your Kiuueys i.ui
i to act naturally; your health is threat
i ened; hut there is still help for you if
j you will take Kickapoo Indian Sagwa.
; Vou must act quickly. Disease is pro
gressive; you must stop it at once.
Kicks poo Indian Sagwa will do It.
H in Drug Co., agents for Kickapoo
fi (li;:n Remedies.
OVER THE TELEPHONE.
Katie Is Just over and she Is employ
ed as a domestic In a big house, sur
rounded by shade trees, on the Cass
farm. She is as willing ns a hungry
mosquito, but there are things she has
not yet learned.
Katie is having a hard time in mas
tering the telephone. She has had
many lessons and long, but there is a
. mystery about the whole thing that in-
flames her superstition
"Anyone call or ask for me by tele
phone while I was out, Katie?" asked
"Indade they did, mum. The box Jin
gled and a lady vvld a voice like a
coffee mill says, 'Hello,' and I says,
'Hello yourself," and she says, 'Who is
this?" and I says, 'None of yer busi
ness.' And she says, 'Is Aunt Mary
there0' And I toll her she'd better ask
a policeman, and she folred sumthln'
In my ear, nnd I dared her to show the
j ugly mug of her back of our barn and
she said nuthin'.
I'll talk In that ma-
, chine no
mum." Detroit Free
DO NOT DELAY REGISTERING
png. COOPER and M -DONALD. Offices
Alakea street, bet. Hotel and Beretanla
C. B. Cr p. r. M. D. Hours, S:31 to 10
n. m.. 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays,
8:30 to 10 a. m.: Tel. 154.
J. T. McDonald, M. D. Hours, 10 a.
m. to 2 p. m. and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays.
1 to 2 p. m.: Tel. 154.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
Bricklayers, Including all plantation
bricklayers, will be held tomorrow
(Saturday) night 'at 7:r,0 In Painters'
Hall. Fort and King streets.
-XT J. HENRY, Secretary.
, 1 '
DR. W. H. MAYS
HAS OPENED AN OFFICE WR
practice of medicine and surcery at 310
Beretanla street, next house beyond
Central Pnlon Church.
Office Hours: 10 a. m. to U m., I
4 . . . i -,.i r a n m ejiiniinva-
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to 11 a. m.
TL a. . 9 :
FOR A PERIOD OF
5S3K SEVEN MONTHS
I HAVE A MOST DESIRABLE RE
ldence, both elegantly and comf ortabi
furnished, for rent in the best toealltj
in Honolulu. Posesses a panoramU
view of the harbor, and a marine vie
free from obstruction. Contains doubi.
rarlors. library, latial. kitchen, pan
triea. four bedrooms, sewing room, etc.
thoroughly lighted by electricity; larg
grounds In good condition, with ore
lawn, trees and shrubbery.
RENT. 1125. None but responsible
parties desiring to use eame as a rest
dence. need apply.
Further particulars of
Will E. Fisher,
REAL E8TATE AGENT A. ATJCTR
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
"Every Han's Rome
fS HIS CASTLE." but It is not so wltr
a rented place. Don't it sometimes oc
cur to you that you should buy e
Call at the office and get list of a few
lovely cottages, which you may bu
with some payment down, and paj
monthly the balance.
WILL E. FISHER. Auctr.
CALL AT THE OFFICE
And see diagram of those cozy cottages
which I have for sale at reasonable
"Each contains three bedrooms, par
lor, dining-room, kitchen and- bath
room; nearly new. Located near Pen
WILL E. FISHER. Auctr.
THE FOLLOWING PLANTATION
fACHTNKRT, SUPPLIES AND MA
PER1AL Is offered for saia by C
SKEWER & t o., LTD.
Full partlcularH and prices ran be
iad by calling at their office on Quae;,
1 Golden Oat" Rock Crusher. No. t.
omplete. with 12 EL P. portable boiler
tnd engine, eievator and buckets.
i 1 Hurley Drill, complete, with 40 U. P
1 , ' .1 , p ,
1 Bet Fowler Steam Plows (4
ind full assortment spare parts.
3 250 H. P. Stirling Boilers.
2 sets Oreen's Fuel Economizers.
2 Worthlngton High Duty Steam
Pumping Engines, capacity five mllllor
gallons per 24 hours, against a lota1
liead of 420 feet.
1 14 x 15 x 10 Duplex Pump, capacity
million gallons per 24 hours.
1 4 Purhp.
2 6-Inch Centrifugal Pumpa.
I 8-Inch Centrifugal Pump.
17x9 Horizontal Slide Valve Engine,
1 25 H. P. Upright Tubular Boiler
1 7 x 5 x Duplex Pump.
I Donkey Engine.
Also. California Mules, In One order
Steel T Ralls, 26 pounds and tt
Large lot of second-hand Picks, Bhov
:ds. Hoes and Tools.
R R. Tamping Bars.
1 Baldwin Locomotive, I pairs of
drivers, 2 foot guage,
5 15-ton Flat Cars, S-foot guage
12 3-ton Flat Cars. 8-foot guaga.
46 Cane Cars. 3-foot guage.
1 Howe R. R. Track Scale.
1 Platform Scale, 86 x 47.
3 Platform Scales, U x tt.
1 Stump Puller.
Road Sera per a
Lot Plow Harness,
C. Brewer & Co.,
Notice To Investors !
APPLICATION FOR TH': PUR
chase of the PROPERTY on ' - north
east corner of King and Alai treeta.
'will be received by the und. .,-ued.
KAPIOLANI EST AT i LTD.
ADELINE PArU JONES WISHES
it known that Bhe hereby revokes the
Dower of attorney which she gave to
Attorney S. F. Chllllngworth.
L Lowers. F. J. Lowroy. C. M. Cooke.
LEWERS & COOKE.
a mtinr or nnn iieniers in ijii'imut j.o
Huildine Materials. Oiiice
414 Fort Street.
Of seven rooms, bath and all mod
ern improvements. Size of lot 69 X
200. Ample room for stable. An
abundance of shrubberyj plants,
nice lawn, etc., situate on LunalUo
street near Pensacola. Small pay
ment down if desired.
Corner Pensacola and Kinau streets.
Size 100 x 200. Well planted With
trees, shrubbery, lawn, etc, ready
to build upon. Few lots in Honolulu
equal this. The neighborhood and
improvements are of the best; its
proximity to the proposed electric
line of cars and Beretanla street
line makes it most desirable. Small
payment down if desired; balance
to suit purchaser.
Further particulars of
Will E. Fisher,
Real Estate Agent and Auctioned
PARTIAL LIST OF
FOR SALE BY
WILL E. FISHER.
.000 BERETANIA STREET, nen
McCully street; three lots, size 71 s
139; terms to suit.
$2,250 CORNER LOT, being corner c
Young and McCully streets; sls
81 x 141. This is an elegant come?,
ready for building up m, and In tlw
i.eighborhood of good Improva
meits; all new. Terms to suit pur
$2,250 KINAU STREET LOT. 65 z
with many valuable trees eft6
shrubbery; ready to build upou
$3,500 BERETANIA STREET. be
tween Victoria and Pensacols
streets; size 65 x 145; with tree
chrubbervj. grass, etc.
$7,500 CORNER PENSACOLA and Ki
nau streets; size, 100 x 200. An ele
gant corner lot with trees, etc., and
many advantages. As fine a lot e
can be found in Honolulu
$S,000 BERETANIA STREET, neai
Pensacola; house and lot; sire
lot, 65x2!)0; fine locality.
$6,250 COTTAGE near Pensacola
street; contains 6 rooms, bath and
all modern Improvements; well Im
proved: size of lot, 60x200; possibly
$125 COTTAGE; to he removed; on
Queen street, opposite Mililanl St.
and Judiciary building; has 7 rooma
$4,500 COMFORTABLE COTTAGE of
seven rooms, modern Improvements,
1 etc., with pleasing grounds; size ot
lot, 93 x 123; on Anapunl street, near
Wilder avenue. Should be seen to
be appreciated. Fifteen hundred
dollars can remain on mortgage.
Many other desirable COTTAGES,
well located, at excellent terms.
For addition list call at office of
Will E. Fisher,
REAL ESTATE AGT. AHD ACCTIOKEER
Alakea and Merchant 8treeta
COTTAGES and many desirable
In best locality In Honolulu.
Keep your eye on my "ad," and TO
1 s-.a. -V"
MORROW you may see jubi '
are looking for.
WILL E. FISHER,
REAL ESTATE AGT. aKD AUCTI05EF.B,
Comer Mertbant and Alakea Street