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PAUL R. I SEN BERG, Pres.
C. E, HERRICK, Manager.
LOTS IN KING STREET
TRACT, from $1,400 to $1,250
a lot formerly known as G. N.
TWENTY LOTS IN MANOA
VALLEY, formerly Montano's
Tract, $2,500 a lot.
FOUR HUNDRED LOTS IN
KAIULANI TRACT, from $200
to $250 a lot
FIFTY LOTS IN KEKIO
TRACT, opposite Makee Island,
$609 a lot
ONE HUNDRED LOTS IN
KAPIOLANI TRACT, at $500
tor further particulars apply to
W. C. Achi
Campbell Block. Fort Street
Srett Reduction m Prices.
Havincr made large additions to our
machinery, we are now able to launder
SPREADS, SHEETS, PILLOWSLIPS.
TABLE CLOTHS, TABLE NAPKINS
nd TOWELS at the rate of 25 CENTS
per DOZEN, CASH.
Satisfactory work and prompt dellv
No fear of clothing being lost from
We Invite Inspection of our laundry
and methods at any time during bust
Ring Up Main 73
call for your
Rock for Ballast
White and Black Sand
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
XCAVATINQ CONTRACTED FOR.
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carts furnished by the day
mm tour's notlea.
H. H. HITCHCOCK.
Office: 137 Merchant at
Telephone Main lit.
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Stoop
FOR 25 CENTS.
I. M. SHIGETA
CONTRACTING CARPENTER, PA-
Corner Miller and Punchbowl Streets
.-i ! in i . -. - . i i . i
ehas. F. Herrick Carriage eompany. Ltd
AllFiret Claes Saloons and
Dealers keep it, but you will
have to ask for it.
Hoffscblaeger Co,, Ltd.
Pioneer Wine and Liquor
No. 25 King Street.
Serve an early light Breakfast, suita
ble for this climate, consisting of Ham
and Eggs, all kinds of Sandwiches,
Cold Ham, Hot Buns and Doughnuts,
Sweet Milk, Tea, Chocolate, and the
finest cup of Kona Coffee In the city,
ranging In price from 10 cents up, and
ready at 5:30 a. m.
We also serve a light Dairy Lunch,
ready at 11:30 a. m., and convenient for
those who want quick service.
Pocket Lunches, Including Ham,
Cheese or Sardine Sandwiches, Pie,
Doughnuts, etc., only 15 cents each.
No other concern but a first-class
rtakcrv can afford these inducements
! at the price.
You will meet all your friends at the
New England Bakery.
J. Oswald Lutted,
Pretty Scenes to send to your
Friends for Christmas, also Albums
of Views, now on exhibition.
PHOTOGRAPHIC CO.. t
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Y. YUBU TA1,
No. 1272 Fort Street, near Kukui.
Dressmaker. Ladies' Cnrierireax,
Skirls, Chemises. Etc.
A large line of ready-made Mosoujts
Sets always on hand.
COTTON BROS. & CO.
Engineers and General Con
Plair- and Estimates furnished for
class-1 if Contracting Work.
R n ;. Bostoa Bi.-M-k. IMMMMVI
BLACK AND WHITE SAND
HOWELL & I1IGBY,
Room 36 Campbell Block.
est and Easiest Side spring Bug
It has more desirable features than any other side spring gear.
It is so constructed that the center or brace springs serve a double
purpose, i. e., both a brace and an equalizer, consequently you get le.-s
side motion than on any other side spring gear. Put your whole heft
on one step of the Columbus and watch the result, then go through
the same operation on any other side spring gear vehicle and you will
find th6 Columbus goes down level, while the others will cant to one
side. There has been over 40,000 vehicles with this gear sold, and so
far as we know there has never been a spring broken, and its riding
qualities are unsurpassed.
Take a Good Look at the
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July ft, C. P. Iaukea, Haleiwa Hotel,
Oct. 3, E. E. Cunha, Union, Merchant St.
Oct. 4, I-. M. Dee, Hoffman, Hotel and
Oct. 4. W. C. Peacock, Cosmopolitan, Ho
tel and Nuuanu.
Oct. 4, W. C. Peacock, Royal, Merchant
Oct. 4. E. C. Macfarlane, Hotel Annex,
Oct. 14, A. N. Almy, Waikikl Inn, Wai
kikl. Oct. 4, E. C. Macfarlane, Hawn. Hotel,
Nov. 13, Seeley L Shaw, Merch. Exch..
King and. Nuuanu.
Dec. 3, W. C. Peacock, Royal Annex,
Merch. and Nuuanu.
Dec. 2, H. R. Macfarlane, Commercial,
Beret, and Nuuanu.
Dec. 12, D. H. Lewis, Anchor, King and
' Jan. 23, Y. Suya, King St. nr. King Sst.
Mch. 19, F. A. Schaeftr & Co., Merchant
May 31, S. Kimura, No. 2 Queen St.
July 10. Kwong Yuen Hing Co., No. 922
Augt. 24, Gonsalves & Co., Queen St.
Sept. 14, Hop Hing Co.. 43 Hotel St.
Oct. 3, H. Hackfeld & Co., Queen and
Oct. 13, Wing Wo Tai & Co., Nuuanu
Nov. 13. Wing Wo Chan & Co., Nuuanu
Jan. 30, S. Kojlma. Nuuanu and Pauahl.
Feb. 7, K. Narita. Nuuanu below Mint
Feb. 7, Frank Brown, Merchant St.
Feb. 9, S. L Shaw, 10 King St.
Mch. 23. Hoffschlaeger, King nr. Bethel
Mch. 2n. St. C. Bayers, 10 King St.
June 19, J. E. Gomes, 35 King St.
June la, Henry Congdon, 32 Hotel St.
Aug. L W. C. Peacock & Co., Merchant
July 2. Jos. Hartman & Co., Bethel St.
Aug. 2, Macfarlane & Co., Kaahumanu
Oct. 3, LOTS Joy & Co., Nuuanu St.
Oct. 10, EL Hamano, Smith St.
Dec. 21, S. Ozaki, Smith St.
WINE, BEER AND ALE.
Feb. 28. P. A. Dias. Waipahu, Ewa.
Aug. 17, B. T. White, Pearl City, Ewa.
July 23, H. R. Hitchcock, Waialua.
Jan. 2, Fred Wright, Heeia.
Dec. , A. Franca, Nuuanu Valley.
July 1, Harry Klemme, "Aloha," Punch
bowl St., Kakaako.
July ft, Chas. Weasels, Germania, 604
July ft, J. T. Figuereodo, "Villa Nova,"
Queen St. opp. South.
July L P. F. Ryan, Depot. King St.
July 9, E. P. Sullivan, Dew Drop Inn,
July 11, Hatsutaro Miyamoto. Kukui St
July 15, Henry C. Vida, Iwilei.
July 24. John H. Thompson, "Wela Ka
Hao," Queen and Punchbowl Sts.
July 30, Mn'l de Aguiar, Luso and Punch-'
Sept. 4, D. G. Camarinos., Gamormus,
Sept. 7. Harry Dobson. Elite, South St.
Sept. 7. Albert Ludioff. Honolulu, Liliha
Sept. 9, Geo. J. Cavanaugh. Eagle,
Punchbowl and Halekauila.
Sept. 9, Wilhelm Schilling, American.
Liliha and Vineyard.
Sept. 13. W. M. Cunningham, Brooklyn,
Sept. 13, W. E. F':rrell, Transport, Queen
Sept. 17, D. H. Davis, Palama, King
Sept. 17. J. J. Sullivan, Opera Annex,
Queen and Miiilani.
Sept. 17. W. R. Lewis. Star, King St.
July 9, Shimoda S;;ntaro. Waialua..
ISLAND OF MAPI.
June 23, Mat IfcCaum, "Lahaina." I.a
hainu. Sept. 6. John Richardson, "Ka Mailc,"
Oct. ft, Wm. White. "Kalei Nani." La
haina. Mch. 25. Yeong Young, "lao," Wailuku.
Apr. 9. W. L Balls, Wailuku.
June 10, Maui Drug Co. Ltd.. "Maui
July 29, Geo. B. Schrader, Wailuku."
Sept. 7, Thos. B. Lyons, Wailuku.
pr. 10, H. Hackfeld & Co., Lahaina.
May 17, Ixjvejoy & Co., Main and Mar
Aug. a, Macfarlane & Co. Utd.. Wai
luku. WINE, PEER AND ALE.
Feb. 23. Thos. Clark. Waihee, W.iiluku.
S. pt. Cyrus T. Green, Kahului. Wai
Jan. 11. W. G. Scott. Paia, Makawao.
Mch. 15, A. K. Forsyth, Makawao.
Sept. ,13, L. Y. A:ona, Hana.
Sept. 8. T. C. Forsyth, Makawao.
Sept. 30. D. McCorriston, Kamulo, Molo-
Nov. 20. P. C-Jcket. W.-ikapu. Wailuku.
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
May 27, IV Ly urjius. Waianuenuo St..
June 1. J. S. Anario. Kinsr St.. Hilo.
July 2, Robert Andrews. Waiak-a kai.
Aug. IS, Jose (i. Srrao, Shipman St.,
Aug. 2T.. a. G. Rothwell, Hilo Hotel,
Sept. 16. J. Bnrklnshaw, Honokaa. Ha
makua. WHOLESALE SPIRIT.
July 1. H. Hackfeld & Co. Ltd.. Front
and Waianuenue. "
July i. Seeley L Shaw & C. . Front St
ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, NOVEMBER
Two Styles. We Have Others.
July 19, W. C. Peacock & Co., Peacock
Dec. ft, Hoffschlaeger &. Co., Hilo.
Sept. 22, H. Hackfeld & Co., Kailua, N.
Sept. 22, E. C. Macfarlane & Co., Hono
kaa. WINE, BEER AND ALE.
Jan. 2. M. Branco, Laupahoehoe, N. Hilo.
Oct. 27, John de Mello, Keokea, S. Kona.
Aug. 31, Ching Chuck, Kainaliu, N. Ko
na. Sept. 4, Morimoto, Holualoa. N. Kona.
Dec. 16, Ahoi, Kailua, N. Kona.
July 1, Robert Laing, Puehuehu, N. Ko
hala. Feb. 16, W, Heeb, Kalopa, Hamakua.
Oct. 6, W. A. McCay, Kukulhaele, Ha
makua. Nov. 4, C. Baddaky, Papaikou, Hilo.
Oct. 28, Joao de Souza, Honomu, Hilo.
Nov. 4, Peter Lee, 11 mi. Vol. Rd., Puna.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
July 1, Waimea Wine Co., Waimea.
Sept. it, D. Kala, Hanapepe.
Sept. 21, A. Bucholtz, Koloa.
WINE, BEER AND ALE.
Jan. 14, Chow Choi, Koloa.
Aug. 5. Au Concheok, Kapaa. Kawaihau.
July 30, Dang Wat Quon. Waimea.
Nov. 29, Max Schlemmer, Waimea.
HILO WILL RAISE FUNDS.
Mass Meeting to Be Called to Con
A mass meeting will be held the latter
part of next week at Spreckel's hall for
the purpose of discussing wasrs and
means to raise a Hilo contribution to the
Hawaiian McKinley monument fund.
Under the authority of the Honolulu
committee the following committee from
Hilo has been named: J. A. Scott, C. C.
Kennedy, Rev. Mr. Desha, Mr. Quni, P.
Peck, J. S. Canario, Josephine Deyo,
Brother Henry, Ah Hip and John T.
Brown. This committee held a meeting
Monday night In the office of the First
Rank of Hilo. At this meeting it was de
cided to call a mass meeting of the citi
zens. There will be a number of ad
dresses by good speakers, and everybody
is invited to attend.
The Foresters have donated the use of
the hall. The effort to raise funds will
be made the occasion to develop, espe
cially among the young people, a clearer
type of patriotism and it will strength
en interest in American institutions. The
general committee has provided a hand
some lithographed receipt or certificate
to be issued to each contributor no mat
ter how small the sum given. This, It is
calculated, will be a souvenir growing in
value as time goes by. It is hoped that
the hall will be crowded. Hilo Herald.
An up-to-date Night School will be
opened in the
FFN EMMA BUILDING,
BERETANIA AND NUUANU,
Monday Jyaning, Kov. 18, at 7 o'clock.
This School will be under the man
agement of a college man of fourteen
years' experience, assisted by experi
enced instructors employing modern
This move has the hearty endorse
ment of the leading educators of the
city, and deserves the co-operation of
English and the common branches
will be taught. Special attention given
to day school delinquents.
For termssetc, call on or address
C. J. COOPER, Principal.
1225 Matlock Avenue.
PHOENIX INSURANCE CO.
Cash Assets, $5,523,649.70
Losses Paid, $ 5,000,000.00
WATERHOUSE & FODMORE
Corner King and Bethel Streets.
P. O Box 146.
The Honolulu Creamery, Ltd.,
Comer King and South Sts.
DEALERS IS ABSOLUTELY
Pure, Fresh Cream.
Highly Recommended for Infants
Telephone Main 216.
PILL OF FARE
GOOD SQUARE MEAL FOR 25 CE5TS
Board J4.."0 per Week.
1250 Fort Street, four doors above
CHEONG LEE & CO,,
'mporters and Exporters
And dealers in Jewelry. Fancy Goods.
Furniture. Curios, Cutlery. Blackwood,
Electro Plated and Olass Wares. Etc!
t Queen's Road, Central, Hongkong.
A Carload of
Latest Design in Cases.
Intending Passengers by the
Leaving Honolulu for San Fran
cisco on November 19th, are hereby
notified that the above mentioned
steamer 'will be given quickest pos
sible dispatch, and will not remain
at this port more than six hours,
day or night.
Tickets for the above sailing
must be purchased at the office of
the undersigned not later than
Monday, November 18. The Com
pany will not guarantee to receive
baggage after the arrival of the
steamer, nor to arrange transporta
tion after the above date.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
Gen. Agts. Oceanic S. S. Co
Honolulu, November loth.
When you can get the
very be&t work in print
ing, developing, etc , at
our place at a very small
BONOLDLB PHOTO SUPPLY CO..
STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LD.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
SHIPPERS ARE HEREBY NOTI
fled that on and after December 1, 1901,
a new freight schedule will go into
Information In regard-to the change?
in rates can be obtained by calling at
the office of the company. Queen
From 1 to 24 inches wide. Ordere
promptly attended to.
MISS C. CARLSON,
Fern Place. Emma St.
Phone White H4Z.
1 25 Merchant Street,
Next Stangenwald Bldg
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS
This water Is dally in use in manj
of the bminess houses of the city. De-I
livered in 3 gallon demijohns at II
cents per gallon.
Of all kinds, 50 cents per dozen;
Syphons, 75 cents per half dozen cast.
'PHONE flAIN 270
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
KAHIKIXLT MEAT MARKET
FRUITS AKD VEGETABLES
Beretania Street, cor. Alakea
Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
MEAT 8TAL.I.8 19 AND 'J
City oi Paris Dry Goods
Southeast cor. Geary and Stockton Btr.,
Orders by Mail Promptly Delivered.
Club Stables, Ltd.
Telephone Main 109.
CHAS. BELLINA Manager.
22 Head of Fine Driv
TO ARRIVE per 8. G. WILDER
CHAINS, PINS, NECKLACES
And other Jewelry manufacture it
FORT, NEAR KINO ST.
Hawaiian Jewelry a Specialty.
Only kllled workmen employed.
AND DEALER8 IN
LEATHER & SHOE FINDINGS
Agents Honolulu Soap Works Com
pany, Honolulu, and Tannery.
ALL KINDS OF
Goodyear Rubber Co.
R. H. PEASE, President,
Snn Francisco. Cal.. U.S.A.
Vi?. for TEM OOlLCr.
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Cv ml Ktllfi rr Ul
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informal ."it w '
.MIT ,1 -. .M J... .f.itjii vi t ; i is a ' t. '
Leave your orders for
Kodak Developing and Printing
at Wall. Nichols & Co. Wr.rk don
neatly and cheaply by Rice A Parkin
SANG I.EE CHAW
Hit FORT STEET.
Just Above Orpheum
GROCERIES. FISH. CALIFORNIA
Telephone No. 141 White.