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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JULY 81, 1901.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Companj Ktaasnsrs of the above line running 1 n connection with the CANADIAN Pis. ISBFSG RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. a cad calling at Victoria, B. C, Hono lulu, and Brisbane, Q., are JDxxjO at :-on.ol-CLlo.. - On .or about the dates below stated, vis: From gpiia Sydney and Brisbane, for Vic tori and Vancouver, B. C: SOAVA JULY 31 M20WBRA AUG. 28 MOAN A AUG. 31 . . SEPT. 25 MIOWERA SEPT. 28 Vancouver and Victoria, for Brisbane and Sydney: AORANGI AUG. 3 THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser Entered at the Postoffice at Honolulu, H. T., Second-class Matter. Issued Every Morning Except Sunday by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY, Von Holt Block, No. 65 South King St. A. W. PEARSON Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: For the United States (including Ha waii Territory): 3 months $2 00 6 month 4 00 1 year 8 00 Advertising rates on application. HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Th magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited," is now running !) SSTWEEN VANCOUVER AND MONTREAL, making' the run la Ms hour 4SMaat change. The finest railway ser vice in the world. Slsrcugh tickets issued from Honolu lu to Canada, United Btatea and Barf etc freight and passage and all gen eral Information apply to Theo. H. DaYies & So , Ltd., Gen'l Agt&. Oceanic Steamship Co. i m fcl The fine Passenger Steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port r hereunder : ' 'ZEALAND! A FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, AT 4 p. m. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. :3TOMA AUG. 6 MARTPOSA AUG. 21 9Z97TURA AUG. 27 JLAMEDa SEPT. 11 -E3ERRA SEPT. 17 1L&UEDA OCT. 2 JKJHOMA OCT. 8 JfcfciAMEDA OCT. 23 CENTURA OCT. 29 1LAMEDA NOV. 13 NOV. 19 AJuAMEDA DEC. 4 FROM SAN FRANCISCO. SIERRA AUG. 7 MARIPOSA AUG. 17 SONOMA AUG. 28 ALAMEDA SEPT. 7 VENTURA ...SEPT. 18 ALAMEDA SEPT. 28 SIERRA OCT. 9 ALAMEDA OCT. 19 SONOMA . . OCT. 30 ALAMEDA NOV. 9 VENTURA NOV. 20 ALAMEDA NOV. 29 En connection with the sailing of the ahove steamers, the Agents are pre pared to issue, to intending passengers. Coupon Through Tickets by any tmCroad, from San Francisco, to all p oints in the United States, and from Jftnr York by any steamship line to all European port. WOK FURTHER PARTICULARS, APPLY TO m Wm G. IRWIN & Cc LIMITED General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co. Pacific Mai! Steamship Co. Occidental & Oriental S.S. Co and Toyo Kisen Kaisha. 5risamer of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave thl port or about the dates below mentioned: jjMM I FOR SAN FRANCISCO. 1 PEKING AUG. 3 GAELIC .AUG. 1 AUG. 17 HONGKONG MARU AUG. 29 AUG. 24 CHINA AUG. 27 DORIC SEPT. I mm CHINA AND JAPAN. 325KU . , AUG. .OTTiC AUG. jaitBBSCA MARU 7?EKXNO . GAELIC SEPT v3GWGKONG MARU SEPT. 11 NIPPON MARU SEPT. 11 C"S3INA .SEPT. 19 PERU SEPT. 21 Far general Information apply to P. M. S. S. Co. H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. ft wiiii sou an lli? t f rf 'r I II II f. V r9 ' Hm York to Honolulu via Pacific Coast THE SPLENDID NEW STEEL STEAMERS S. S. AMERICAL, 6.000 tons, to sail About July IS S. 8. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail ifi. 8. CALIFORNIAN, 6,0t0 tons, sailed from New York June 16th; will load on Paget Bound about August 20th, for Hawaiian Ports. Freight received at Company's wha rf, Forty-second- street, South Brook fisrn, at all times. Wot further particulars, apply to H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD. -eft P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. AGENTS, HONOLULU. Hustace & o., Ltd. qqebn st Cannes F. Morgan, President; Cecil Brown, Vice President; F. Hustao vcretary; Charles H. Atherton, Audit or; W. H. Hoogs, Treasurer ax . .tanagar. b Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith Coa WHOLESALE JQ RETAIL. Special attention giver: Draying. Also, Black ai Telephone Mam 295. hite Sand. CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S , Hew York Line Ship Helen Brewer i vffl sail from NEW YORK for HONOLULU, on or about Sent. 1, 1901 ft ufflcient Inducements are ottered. fW freight rates apply to CHAS. BREWER & CO. 7 Kllby St., Boston. C BREWER & CO., tTD. HONOLULU. the Dairy Advertiser; TS sent r at. V si, ,1. IRWIN A CO., LTD, Wm. G. irwln.. President and Manage) Claus ? ; iockel... .First Vice Preside W. M 'iiffard... Second Vice President H. M. Whitney Jr... Treasurer and Bee George W. Ross Audit' SUGAR FACTORS AND ' orn miss ion Agent AGENTS FOR THE 0&mk Steamship Compac Of San Francisco, CaL 1 1 m i w TIME TABLE. From and after Jan. 1, 1901. OUTWARD. Dally Dally Dally Dally Daily Stations. ex. ex. Sun. Sun. a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. Honolulu . . 7:10 9:15 11:05 3:15 5:10 Pearl City .. 8:03 9:48 11:40 3:47 5:30 Ewa Mill ....8:32 10:08 12:00 4:05 6:10 Waianae . 10:50 4:45 .... Waialua . r. .... 11:55 5:40 .... Kahuku 12:32 6:15 .... Stations. INWARD. Daily Dally Daily Daily , ex. Sun. a.m Kahuku Waialua Waianae Ewa Mill Pearl City Honolulu G. P. DENISON, Superintendent 5:50 6:15 6:50 a.m. 5:35 6:10 7:10 7:45 8:03 8:35 P. C. G. P p.m. 1:06 1:30 2:05 SMITH, & T. A. p.m. 2:08 2:50 3:55 4:32 4:52 5:26 METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. By the Government Survey, Published Every Monday. 8 8 M T W T F BABOM. to s tens s " g s 3 : ?! 39 86 78 84 .29 96 74 84 MM 74 (-4 m 88 84 129 90 69 SO 29 9? 67 85 29.94 74 82 - urn a .C6 72 6-2 Ink CU!6 0 168 6 01 8 3 XX KB .E C5 7li6-10KK 04!663 NB 0 ' 4 i KB 4 3 4 3 2-0 2-3 4 Barometer corrected to 32 P. and sea level, and for standard gravity of Lat. 45. This correction is .06 for Honolulu. TIDES, SUN AND MOON. a 5 ! 5!- 5 do -i'K Hi p.m. Ft. ia.m 'a.m. tfon 29 2.54: 1 8; 2 ii 7 44 ! I i ' i rnea 30 3.30! l 9; 3.02! 8.28 h1. 31 4.031 1.9 3 47 9 13 9 ' to - a! 2 rhnr.il ?rtd 2 xin.. 4 if on.. 6 4 4 2 1 8 4.26! 9.58. 5.17 1.8 5.14'10.48 5 54 1.7 6 1 40 6 85 1.8 6 0! 0.27; p.m. t0.04 5.32 10.27 5.32 10.52 5.33: 1 22 5.33 141 5.34 ' . i p.m. 5.S4 i. 4. 5.84 Se s 6.4C S 58 6.40! 4.54 6 39 5.51 6.S9 6.38 6.37 6. if. 7 41 8.21 9 08 9 43 3" 1.8: 7.551 1.C61 2-02 5.85 6.36110 38 Full moon on the 29th at 9:51 a. m. Times of the tide are taken from the United States Coast and Geodetic Sur' vey tables. The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur about one hour earlier than at Honolulu. Hawaiian standard time is 10 hours 30 minutes slower than Greenwich time, be ing that of the meridian of 157 degrees 30 minutes. The time whistle blows at 1:30 p. nx, which is the same as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun and moon are for local time for the whole group. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL STA TION, July 30, 10 p. m. Weather clear; wind light N. E. WING LUNG CO. GROCERS ntBSH FRUITS ON HAND AT AXX TIMES. ... King Street, corner "hi THE WEATHER. Mean Temperature 78.0. Minimum Temperature 74. Maximum Temperature S3. Barometer at 9 p. m. 29.99; steady. Rainfall .01 inch, up to 9 a. m. Mean Dew Point for the Day 64.0. Mean Relative Humidity 62. WINDS. N.E., 3 to 4; variable showers, to calm. FORECAST FOR TODAY. Will probably continue variable with moderate winds. CURTIS J. LYONS, Territorial Meteorologist. Honolulu, July 30, 190L NAME 07 STOCK. MHBCAKTILB. 0. Brewer Co S. S-Sachs' Dry GooAe Co., Ltd L.B. KerrA Co., Ltd. Classified Advcrflscmcnts. WANTED. A LOT Capital Vl : Bid ! Ask '. r "ot-uijasb miinner ana saiesiaay. .appiy ai me ml. m. ivmean uo., uia., Hotel street. 5923 1,000,000 100 80,W i 100 2UO.0OO ! 60 iwa 'Samoa 3aw. Agricultural Co Baw. Com. i- Sag. Co. 5awa,iian Sugat Co. . . 3onomp 3onocaa Haiku Sabnkn.. Plan. Co.Li ilpaiiUJU.... loi.-a Slona 3i:gar Co. McBryde S, Co.Lt. A ( ' Paid up J Nahlku Sugar Co. A , " Paid up ( Oat u Sugar Co Onomea Ookala 01 aa Sugar Co. LtAs Paid up f Olowaiu ?aanhau 8ug. Plan. Co Pacific Paia Pepeekeo Pioneer , ,.. Wsinlua Agr. Co Wailukc VFaimanalo Walmea.... St am ship Cot. wilder S. S. Co....;. inter-Island 3. a. Co M ISCKLLANEOrS dawaiian Electxic uo. Hon. Bp. Tr. &Ld. Co. Mutual Telephone Co. 0. B. A L. Co People's Ice & Bel . Co. Bank 8 first National Bank... First Am. Savings Bk. A Trust Co Bonds. Haw. Qovt. 5 per cent, alio B. B. Co. 6 per ct. Bon. a.T. &L. Co Swa Plantation 6 ws. 0. B. A L.. Co Oahu Plant, 6 p. c. . . . Olaa Plan . 6 t. c Waialua Ag. Co S p, c 175.000 J.,000,000 2 000,000 '7o0,C00 2,0K.000 500.000 500,000 2,oC.0,0O0 160.000 300,000 500,000 832,500 1,650,000 8,600,000 liOOO.OOO 500,000 812,600 2,500,000 150,000 5,000,000 600,000 750,000 750,000 2,000,000 4.500,000 700,000 252,003 125,000 500,000 600,000 260,000 250,000 39,000 2,000,000 160,000 20 100 IOC 100 80 100 ! 20 ; 100 90 ! 60 1O0 100 100 20 20 20 2G 100 20 20 20 20 100 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 10 100 100 425 A SECOND-HAND flat-bottomed boat, j with centerboard; must be in good 100 i condition. W. W. Dimond. 5923 46 A BRIGHT young man, American, to clerk in a retail grocery store. Pros pects of advancement; must have references. Address, in own hand writing, P. O. Box 612. 6921 1 00x150 wil1 makeexm, THREE LOT. UMQQ I 251 :::i807j 29 3 yA 24 li na 170 40 9 11 $1,000.00 To enlarge a well established v..,nlM . . : , A ummcoa. wuitit reiurua: no riSKS. Address "Q.," Advertiser. 5920 A FURNISHED house of five or six rooms, by a local party with no chil dren. Address "G.," this 'office. 5920 10; 130 2 1S6 84 140 8j 14 8 14 14i 20 175 100 86 875 to rn 1C4 100 100 1C0 "9 100 85 no 101 10c 100 ! A WOMAN to do family washing. In quire at this office. 5918 SITUATIONS WANTED. JAPANESE; first-class cook. Address "S.," Advertiser. 6923 BY A first-class Japanese cook; has had experience. Address P. O. Box 865. 5922 FOR REM1. COTTACES at Palama; Peterson lane. Apply to C. F. Peterson, 15 Kaahu- manu street. 5917 Yet we sell iou jn COLLEGE film at the same Drfe. ,.. third the at. 1. .. H locations. The cr IhT!?! in operation long Ut,1ClC y0Ur The sale, agents McClellan, Pond &cT ana Castle & Lansdsu 102 101 102 Hilo and Puna Div. SALES. Morning Session Five Hawaiian Sugar 1 AJ: $31. Afternoon Session Six Pioneer $90. REi ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. July 25. No. 341 Kalanieha et al. to C. W. Booth; "Interest in R. P. 1215, kul. 1353, ap. 2, Pauoa, Honolulu, Oahu. Consideration $200. No. 342 J. A. R. Vieira and wife to M. G. Silva, tr.; lot 20, block 4. Kewa lo tract, Honolulu, Oahu. Consideration $800. No. 213 Est. J. K. Kahookano to Ka hoa ; R. P. 4049, kul. '10406, Kailua, N; Kona, . Hawaii. Consideration . .u. 344 Kikia to Jno. D. C. Amori na; interest in R. P. 4049, kul. 10406, Hi ahaloli, N. Kona, Hawaii. Considera tion $60. No. 346 M. G. Silva and wife to Ma ry Perry; Grant 177, lot 32, Pawaa trace, 20.S7C square feet more or less, Hono lulu, Oahu. Consideration $2,000. No. 347 Waikiki Land and Loan As sociation to R. A. Dexter; lot 5, block 3, of McCully tract, Honolulu, Oahu. Consideration $1,400. No. 356 F. Strauch and husband to Hutchinson Sugar Plantation Co.; in terest In R. P. Grant 1886, Paula, Kau. Hawaii. Consideration $100. No, 357 L. A. Thurston et al. to L. L. McCandless; interest in lands, Makua, Waianae, Oahu. Consideration $1. No. 359 K. Paalu'a to T. Ah Fook; R. P. 6400, L. C. A. 6540, ap. 2, Keokea, Kula, Maui. Consideration $5. No. 360 D. Kapule and husband to L. L. McCandless; interest ahupuaa of Waikane, Koolaupoko, Oahu. Consld eration $800. VERY desirable cottage residence, six rooms, panty and bathroom; sanitary arrangements throughout; furnished or unfurnished; near Punahou Col lege. Apply to "O.," this office. 591T NICELY furnished and airy rooms, at the Elite, 164 Hotel street. 5916 NICE six-room cottage, on Lunalilo. near Pensacola street. Emmett May, Judd building. 5915 OFFICES FOB RENT, IN BREWER building, Queen street. on reasonable terms. Apply to C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. 5878 OFFICES in the new Boston block. Fort street, between Hotel and King streets, under lease from one to five years. Low rentals, Including Jani tor service, electric lights and water. Apply to Hawaiian Trust Company, 923 Fort street. 5849 FOR SALE ALL kinds of standard books, on easy monthly payments. New York Book Supply Co., 200 Judd building. 5905 A. GARTENBERG'S fine residence property in Kaplolanl Park on the beach. Address P. O. Box 226. 5811 ON EASY monthly payments; educa tional, medical and lawbooks. New York Book Supply Co., room 200, Judd building. 6905 LOST. GORDON setter bitch; answers to the name of "Nellie." Reward at Mrs. Melanphy's, Beretanla, near Alapai street. 5922 A HAWAIIAN dollar buckle, enamel ed, between Waikiki and town. Please return to "C," Advertiser of fice, 5915 Albert Raa FINANCIAL AGENT stock and bond brok Member of Honolulu Stock ExtJ Orders for the purchase or nj Stocks and Bonds car rally promptly executed. Loans negotiated. OFFICE Ground floor, Judd bsUI Postoffice box $90. Telephone it HONOLULU. Business men can save many hours FOUND. A GENTS' bicycle; owner can have by calling at this office, proving prop erty and paying all expenses. 5929 A BUNCH of keys attached to a chain Owner can have by calling at this office and paying expenses. 5918 Corporation Notices. ARRIVED. Tuesday. July 30. Schr. Rob Roy, from Pearl River. Str, Iwalani, Greene, from Honokaa. Am. bk. Albert, Griffiths, sixteen days from San Francisco. Am. bk. Mauna Ala, Smith, eighteen days from San Francisco. Str. Waialeale, Plltz, trom Kilauea and Anahola, at 4:45. S. S. Moana, Carey, from the Colo nies (anchored off harbor at 9 p. m.j. Str. Mokolii, Bennett, from Molokal ports, at 11 p. m. (Last trip.) DEPARTED. Tuesday, July 30. Schr. Ka Moi, for Paauilo, at noon. Schr. Mille Morris, for Koolau ports. Str. Kauai, Bruhn, for Kaanapall, Honuapo and Punaluu. Str. Kinau, Clarke, for Hllo and way ports: Str. Lehua, Napala, for Molokal and Maul ports. Str. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, for Nawiliwili, Koloa and Hanamaulu. Str. Claudine, Parker, for Maui ports. Str. Helene, Nicholson, for Hawaii ports. DUE TODAY. Army transport Thomas, from San Francisco. SAIL TODAY. S. S. Moana, for Vancouver, this p. m.; probablv at 4 o'clock. BORN. DERBY In this city, July 30, 1901. to the wife of Dr. A J. Derby, a son. . . GOOD WORDS SCARCE. "If we can't speak well of people," said the gentle young woman, "it is better not to talk of them at alL" "Yes," answered Miss Cayenne; "that Is why the weather is such a prevalent topic of conversation." PASSENGERS. Arrived. Per bark Albert, from San Francisco, July 30 Mrs. Asberry, Miss Asberry. Departed. Per stmr. Lehua, July 30, for Kaula- papa J. M. Nacole, W. R. Sims; for Kamali, D. McCorriston, H. McCorris ton; for Kaunakakai, Miss Meyer, Miss Mutch, Richard Oliver; for PuKoo, Miss Uddenberg. Per stmr. Kinau, July 30, for Hilo Miss C. H. Yecke, Miss B. Cook, Dr. P F. Frear and wife, .H. H. Kohier, W. G Purdy, Miss Ewaliteo Rev. O. Z. Wal kalai, Rev. J. N. Kamoku, B. F. Dil lingham and servant, C. Baddaky and wife. Harry Moore. H. T. Battolle, J. P. Sisson, Rev. Yajima, wife and child; Kock Lum and wife, Miss J. F. Tar bell, Gus Frobose, Walter Dillingham, Harold Dillingham, A. F. Irving, Mrs. E. Hollenbeck, Dr. E. L. Hutchinson, A- L. Young, W. F. Hopper Jr., J. R, Thompson, Mrs. J. A. Gonsalves, Miss J. Gonsalves, Miss Gonsalves, Miss Era Gonsalves, Miss Jane B. Maney, R. W. Halstead, two children and servants; for Kawaihae, Charles Young, S. M. Spencer; for Mahukona, Miss J. T Bates, Miss J. King, Mrs. Kong Hyuk, James Bicknell, A. J. Alexander, Mrs. Henry Peters and child, Rev. S. M. Kekuewa, J. B. Kaohi, Robert Hall, Miss A. G. Van Deerlln; for Laupahoe hoe, Mrs. C. W. Backeberg and child; for Kaunakakai, A. W. Carter, J. F. Brown; for Lahaina, Rev. H. Poepoe, Law Son, W. E. Devereaux, D. K. Ka haulelio; for Makena, D. Kaahanul and wife. Per stmr. Claudine, July 30, for Maul ports H. P. Baldwin, Lucy Adams, Nina Adams, J. Guild, Dr. L. E. Cofer, Master KaUimakaole, Mr. and Mrs. Kauimakaole, Harry Appel, Miss M. L. Perry, W. Anderson, Rev. Alex. Mack intosh, Miss Carrie Green, Miss Rho da Green, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Schra der, C. M. Cooke, George Robertson, Mrs. H. Arpe and child, Mrs. Ahulii, Hon. J. Ahulii, J. P. Cooke, C. H. Raven. Per stmr. W. G. Hall. July 30, for Kauai H. Wishard and son, Miss Helen Blazes, Miss M. West, Mrs. Christian, Miss May Smith, Father Mathias, W. H. Ashmead, A. W. Dow, J. S. McCandless, L. McKeague, Miss Kellett, Miss Christian, Ernest Cropp, Professor Koebele, R. Catton, F. Sohr. Chung Wa, F. Burkhart, Aho Kamelo, J. B. Alexander, Ng Fawn, J. Nagao. George Mundon, Charles Martin, J. Goldstein, Miss Daisy Smith, Miss Smith. KAHUKU DIVIDEND. THE REGULAR MONTHLY Divi dend to the shareholders of the Ka huku Plantation, Is due and payable on the 31st Instant. The stockbooks of said company will be closed to transfers on the 30th and 31st instants. C. BOLTE, Treasurer Kahuku Plantation Co., Ltd. 5922 NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT at the annual meeting of the stock holders of McCabe, Hamilton & Ren ny Co., Ltd., held in this city on July 24, 1901, the following officers Were elected to serve during the ensuing year: President, A. A. Young. Vice President, Thos. McLean. Manager, W. C. W. Renny. Secretary, B G. Holt. Treasurer, Chas. H. Atherton. Auditor, H. A. Isenberg. B. G. HOLT, 5920 Secretary NOTICE Accross the Continent j From SAN FRANCISCO-PORTLANIJ THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM SAN FRANC TWO TRAINS DAILT From Portland. OM' mree Dans ie ANY PERSONS OR FIRMS HAV ing claims or bills against the Honolu lu Stevedore Company will please send them at once to the undersigned. J. A. GILMAN, President, Honolulu Stevedore Co. 6920 KIHEI ASSESSMENT NOTICE THE THIRTEENTH AND FINAL assessment of 5 per cent, or $2. SO per share, on the Kihel Plantation Co., Ltd., stock, has be . a levied, and will I become due and payable at the offices 1 of Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd., on th 15th day of June, 190L Interest bear ing after the 15th day of July, 190L J. P. COOKE. Treas., Klhei Plantation Co., Ltd Honolulu, May 20, 190L 6861 POOR MAN! "Heaven help me! nothing but a miracle can save me from ruin now!" he cried, casting the morning paper wildly from him. "Why, what's the matter, old chap? Are you 'way on the wrong side of the market? ' asked the friend. "No; ch no!" he groaned, with pallid lips, "but this paper credits me with having made a million, in the last month J nd my wife's sure to see it." Town Topics. NOTICE. Change in Sailing Steamers "Mokolii" and "Lehua." The steamer "MOKOLII" will dis continue running after Wednesday, July 31st. The steamer "LEHUA" will sail I every Moday at 5 p. m. for Halawa, Pelekunu, Wailau and Kalaupapa; re turning will arrive in Honolulu Tues day nights. Will sail on Wednesdays I for Kaunakakai, Kamalo, Pukoo, Ka halepalaoa, Kaanapall, Lahaina and Olowaiu; returning will arrive In Hono jlulu Sunday mornings. WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY 1 Honolulu, T. H.. July 29th, 1901. Only Four Bus i$ Ml Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet Smoking and Library Can.' Barber Shops and Fieastm ins? Rooms. Dinging Cars, Meals a la Cart. Free Reclining Chair Cars. Pullman Ordinary Sleepers, t a- rwuunD r.prMni Ajrtnt, 135 Third St, Portias l D. W. HITCHCOCK, General AM No. 1 Montgomery San Francl I Or E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & tM umana. Home for Sale On Thursto Avenue nnj'SV. rood rlul1 . v.. . mt iMxlSO; am1" . ... artra. RetW a. III! -"ivauio . Term8: .n.PltfcH' on tne upper enu ui . a six-room cottage; three it hltn commanding goo a ie. mortgage. CASTLE tUB Rnomi 601 nd I Stangenwald Bui Tel. Main W- The Haw'n Realty and Maturity Limited -nrurE FORTY-FIVE ;0 ,,00 dence lots just opened J era, comprising a B-';ahc,0 P lan4 adjoining the PVi - . a ff.iw each lot racing " ,.r avenu? Jl and bounded by WlMerr , i ralf and Dole streets. 1 froSj . h r a1- - .t self is unquMiio"-''' ' t f fi - to and . from the cheapest proper ' ' e'ectnc l-( ttwp streets, ' v,i, .nH alluvial soil, ot , , uated climatically Votttv.. most re.iFonaP'e. ing homes win t,orii Wfj r filing tneir -vv-' & auction, from rP or a -A? anp'lcationr nv will receive recognm- For full and co- apply to the sales "t. MAn 14L P- :TfAN THE HAWAIIAN MAT. CO.. LTU-