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SUNDAY ADVERTISER, JUNE 18, 1905.
tattred at the Postofflce In Honolulu,
H. T.. as second 'dase matter.)
blished Every Sunday
AWAI1AN GAZETTE CO.. Ltd-
von Holt Block, 65 South King St.
W. Pearson Business Manager
Delivered by carrier in city, per
J!ed to any address for 1 year In
the United States or Territory
IA1LWAY & LAND CO.
f October . 1904.
Wt Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations '9:15 a. m.. 3:20 p. m.
Vor Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
ttlons 17:30 a. m., '9:15 a. m.,
11:0 a. m., 2:15 p. m., 3:20 p. m.,
:1 p. m.. $9:30 p. m., tll:15 p. m.
fcrrlve Honolulu from Kahuku, Wai
alua and Waianae 8:36 a. m., m5:Zl
Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and
Pearl City ft: 46 a. m., 8:36 a. m..
It: IS o. m., 1:40 p. m., U:Z1 p. m.,
;tl p. m., 7:30 p. m.
1 t Sunday Excepted,
t Sunday Only.
Thm Haleiwa. Limited, a two-hour
fcyain, leaves Honolulu every Sunday,
i 1.22 a. m. Returning arrives in Ho.
ttttaln, at 10:10 p. m. The Limited stops
taty at Pearl City and Waianae.
ft. P. DENISON, F. C. SMITH.
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Xvned by the U. S. Weather Bureau
Office Every Sunday Morning.
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3d scale from 0 to lo. Direction of wind
it prevailing direction during 24 hours
ading at 8 p. m. Velocity of wind is
average velocity in miles per hour.
ALEX McC. ASHLEY,
LOCAL OFFICE OF THE UNITED
STATES WEATHER BUREAU.
Alexander Young Building, Honolulu,
Saturday, June 17.
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ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
Mails are due from the following
joints as follows:
San Francisco Per Alameda, June 23.
Colonies Per Miowera, June 28.
"Victoria Per Aorangl, July L
Yokohama Per Manchuria, June 19.
Malls will depart as follows:
San Francisco Per Manchuria, June
Yokohama Per China, June 24.
Colonies Per Aorangi, July 1.
"Victoria Per Miowera, June 28.
The most beautiful collection of Bric-a-Brac.
rare tapestries, sofa cushions,
kmnge covers, etc., etc., that Honolulu
has ever seen work that New York
society has gone wild over is now of
lerred for sale at absurdly low prices
at the "ARTS AND CRAFTS" EX
HIBIT at the HAWAIIAN HOTEL.
To you want a wedding present or any
ther kind of a present? Take a look
and you can find something absolutely
He: "Clarice, you know I have al
ways thought a great d'-al of you, and
1 have nattered myself you think not
unfavorably of me. May I will you
le my wife?"
She: "What a start you gave me,
Harry! Eo you know. I thought you
were going to ask me to lend you some
money." Tit- Bits.
i . a a & h. i. aaSaS8a
The long delayed lim-r Sonoma of the
Oceanic line arrived off port early
yesterday morning and after inspection
started up tht? channel. Before she had
proceeded as far as the lighthouse the
steering gear broke and the pilot was
forced to take her out again. The tug
Fearless went out to tow her In but
the gear was repaired and the liner
do. ked at about 8:45. This is the sec
ond accident that has delayed the
steamer, a weakened strut in the
stern being the cause of her delay in
leaving the coast. The Sonoma brought
a fair number of passengers, four days'
mail and 700 tons of freight for this
port. She has a deck load of lumber
for the government works at Pago
Pago. Among the passengers for
Honolulu was Queen Liliuokalani. who
returns from Washington. Mrs. W. G.
Irwin and party returned from an ex
tended visit to San Francisco. The So
noma sailed for the Colonies last night.
The Manila Times says:
The crew of the American hip Ke
nilworth want their discharge from
the ship aad Captain Cully is willing
to pay them off but the customs au
thorities will not allow him to dis
charge the men In this port.
The Kenilworth is the Standard Oil
Company's vessel which arrived here
last week from New York with case
oil, and was 240 days out when she
The customs authorities boarded the
vessel this morning to investigate the
case. The men were all ashore on
48 hours' leav,e except the night watch
man and he said that he was satisfied
with the ship, officers, wages and food.
He answered the questions of the cus
toms officers while the captain was aft.
He appeared to be sincere in his ex
pressions of satisfaction with the ship
as no seaman who wants to leave a
ship will state his willingness to stay
if he can state his case when the cap
tain is not near.
The quarters of the men were ex
amined and about 50 six-pound tins of
fresh beef, the same as is issued in the
army commissary, were found stowed
in the berths, and soft and hard bread
enough for a company of soldiers were
found thrown about the place in a
wasteful manner. Not satisfied with
plenty of food, they insist on the cap
tain weighing out their allowance, in
accordance with the exact letter of
Mate Hansen died eleven days out
from New York of consumption, and
was buried at sea the following morn
ing. The Kenilworth is W11 manned,
well fed and appears to be in excel
lent ship, and Captain Cully allows no
brutality on board. In the opinion of
many seamen who know that sailors
have their troubles, the sailors on the
Kenilworth are too well looked after.
The men have several months" wages
due and are willing to pav their way
to the I'nited States; the master of
the vessel wants to get rid of them
as he has his wife aboard and doe
not want trouble. He believes that
his life is in danger with his present
crew and has asked the customs au
thorities for permission to p-jy them
Mail to the coast will go on the
The Oceanic liner Alameda left San
Francisco for this port at 11 a. m.
The army transport Logan has been
in dry dock at San Francisco. She will
leave for Honolulu June 30.
Repairs on the Kinau having been
completed she has shifted to her. own
dock and will go out on her regular
The sfeamship Centennial reported as
kcoming here recently has been char
I Pered to carry salt from San Francis-
so to Petropaulovski, Siberia.
Saturday. June 17.
O. S. S. Sonoma. Herriman. from San
Francisco. S:45 a. m.
Stmr. Claudine. Parker, from Hilo
and way ports. 8:30 a. m.
Stmr. Likelike. Naopala. from Lanai.
Maui and Molokai ports. 4:30 a. m.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, from
Koolau ports. 5:15 p. m.
Schr. Ada. from Wailau. 1:45 a. m.
Schr. Lady, from Koolau ports, 2 a.
Stmr. Maui. Bennett, from Maui
ports, a. m.
Stmr. W. G. Hall. S. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, a. m.
0. S. S. Sonoma. Herriman, for the
Colonies. 8 p. m.
Per stmr. Claudine. June 17. from
Hilo and way ports Herman Kohn.
. A. Morughan. Miss B. Doane. W.
Pullar and wife. Mrs. W. Matson and
nurse. Miss L. Matson. Judge O. M.
Cunningham, Dr. B. V. Dolph. W. M.
Campbell, Miss B. Combs. Mrs. August
Ahfns and daughter. Mrs. Davis. Mrs.
John T. Moir. C P. Morse, Dr. John
Holland. S. S. Oreiner. Mr. F. J. Hare.
E. A. von Arnswaldt. C. Walter. C. P.
Sumner. J. Mansfield. W D. Sohmidt.
C. McLenmn. John Hind, wife and 2
children, Mrs. B. D. Bond and 3 chil-
dren. Mrs. J. Renton. A. W. Carter, G.
S. Wa terhouse. Carl Widemann and J
wife. C F. Eckart. Ir. V. A Norgard,
Zeno K. Meyers. Mat Heffern, Mrs. E.
R. i-ickard. W. E. Shaw, E. Langer. D.
B, Maeonacble, H. L. an Wmltie,
Miss Y. G. Makee. Antone Wirtz. Mrs.
J. Morse, Miss E. W. Ward. Miss W.
Sharp. Miss Alice Laing. Mrs. F. Kil-y.
S. J. Lyle, J. M Fadden. H. M. Wells,
J. Diggar, W. Wilson, Mrs. B. Camara.
John Kealoha. Andrew Bright.
Per stmr' Likelike. June 17, from
Lanal, Molokai and Maui .ports Mrs.
Minnie Unauna. N. Winnie. G. C. Be- K
ley. Jr.. Mrs. Henry W. C Meyer. F.
Wright. H. E. Newton. W. L. Heilbron.
F. l.ishman and 8 deck.
Per S. S. Sonoma. June 17. from San
Francisco, for Honolulu Mrs. M. T.
Nelson, Mrs. M. Steina, Mrs. Nichols.
Mrs. Lewis. Mrs. Van Olden. Miss E.
B. Morrow. Mrs. H. S. Ewing and 2
children. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Paris. H.
Beck with. I. W. Scott. H. Hanson. R.
Louis. C. R. Fanrot. J. Takis, K. Ki
mira. J. K. Aea, J. D. Aimoku. Mrs. N.
G. Allen. W. H. Baugh. Dr. G. W. Car
rington. George Carrington, David
Crowley, Miss M. E. Dexter, Mrs. S.
H. Douglas. Miss M. Douglas. R. S.
Dollar. A. W. Gray. D. H. Gray. Mrs.
Gray, Miss F. Hall. Miss Myra Helelu
he. W. H. Hoogs. Dr. H. H. Hopkins.
Mrs. Ivers, Mrs. AY. G. Irwin and maid.
Miss Irwin. H. M. Queen Liliuokalani,
Miss M. Hyde-Smith. Hugh Stevenson.
Per S. S. Sonoma, June 17, for the
Colonies Miss Ethel Levy, Mrs. M. L.
Bettis, Miss Gill, Mr. Gill.
VESSELS IN POET.
ARMY AND NAVY.
U. S. S. Bennington, Young, San Fran
cisco, May 25.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Nlblack, Midway
Island. May 26.
Annie Johnson. Am. bk. Nilson, San ;
Francisco, June 12.
Arthur Sewall, Am. sp., Gaffrey, Shang
hai, June 13.
Drumcraig, Br. bk., Barne?on, New
castle, June 10.
Governor Robie, Am. sp., Grant, New
castle, June 5.
Marco Polo, Ger. bk., Dade, Bremen,
Restorer, Br. cable s.s., Combe, Mid
way I., April 24.
S. G. Wilder, Am. bkt.? Jackson, San
Francisco, June 13.
Crook, at San Francisco.
Meade, at San Francisco.
Solace eft Honolulu for Guam and
Manfla, May 26.
Lawton, left Honolulu for Guam and
Manila, June L
Sheridan, sailed from Honolulu for
Guam and Manila, June 8. '
Sumner, at New York.
Kilpatrick, at New York.
McClellan, at New York.
Thomas, at San Francisco.
Logan, at San Francisco.
Dix, in port, sails for Seattle, June 16.
Buford, left Manila for Honolulu and
San Francisco, via Nagasaki, June 15.
Sherman, at Manila.
Warren, at Manila.
Reported June 7.
German bark Thalasa, 98 days from
Hamburg for Delagoa bay, 8 per cent.
French bark Marechal de Turenne, 99
days from New Caledonian port for
Rotterdam, 15 per cent.
BELMONT, JB AND
The Examiner tells the following
story about August Belmont, Jr., and
"Sonny" Cunha's Hawaiian quintette
aboard the S. S. China
Ausrnst Belmont. Jr.. son of the New
York millionaire banker, was one of j California Feed Co., agents,
the passengers who came up from the ' Ladies drawers, 25c, worth 50c
Orient on the steamship China, arriv- Kerr's.
ing In this port yesterday. He had Creo. A. Martin, the tailor, is turning
been touring the Orient with a party out suits for $25 that are cool and com
of Eastern friends. . j fortable and the acme of style
This young traveler is the son of , M Mclnerny has now a full assort
One of the rich men of America HeJ of gtein-Bloch-smart clothes in
is twenty-three years old. His father . p . ,
' . . . , - . most approved summer styles.
Is the American represeniative of the
Rothschilds and is at the head of the Ladles gowns. 50c. worth 75c
great corporation controlling the New Kerr s.
York Subway. He has long been a ' The new 10-in. Disc Talk-a-Phone
leading spirit in Eastern racing. j Records 50c each, $4.50 doz., can be
On the way from Honolulu the used on the Victor machine. Large as
younger Mr Belmont attracted atten- sortment just received by Wall, Nichols
tion by subscribing only $1 to pay for Co.
concerts given on board the China by Thp dr. goods Paie at Fisher. Abies
some traveling musicians, although Co Lrd.'s salesrooms, was a great sue-
other passengers, who have no mil
k lionaire fathers and who are depend
ent on meager salaries for their exist
ence thought it right and necessary to
contribute not less than five times that
When Honolulu was reached by the
China a Hawaiian iuintet got aboard,
being bound for this State under en
gagement to play at Santa Cruz dur
ing the summer. The quintet gave
daily concerts on the way from the
islands to San Francisco, and this
music was a feature of the voyage,
Last Sunday night, just off the port of
San Francisco, a subscription paper
was passed around for the purpose of
raising money to pay the singers for
their entertainment. The response was
, , t. . '
liberal, many of the passengers who
had enjoyed the music paying as high
as $15 or $20 each. There were some
civil service clerks on the way back
from Manila, men in the Government
employ at small salary, and these sub
scribed $,' each.
The list was presented to August
Belmont. Jr.. and. according to the ns-
demons made oy tne passengers, he
put down his name for $1. Mr. Bel
mont. upon his arrival in this port
was asked whether the story were true
but he replied merely by saying:
"I don't think it is anybody bust-
The road department is putting a
macadamized surface on Fort street
Continued from Page 10-1
Wilder. Mrs. E. B. Waterhouse. Mrs.
A. G. Hawes, Mrs. E. D. Tenney, Mrs.
C. Montague Cooke. Mrs. Cornelia Da
mon, Mrs. Hocking, Mrs. Dickey. Mrs.
Andrew Fuller, Mrs. C. B. Cooper, Mrs.
Walter Hoffmann. Mrs. C. E. Camp,
Mrs. Atkinson. Mrs. Faxon Bishop.
Miss Louise Lefferts expects to re
main In Honolulu until September.
Mr. F. P. Sargent, U. S. Commision
er General of Immigration, will speak
to the Mothers and Teachers' Club on
Monday evening at 8:15 in the makai
pavilion of the Alexander Young Hotel.
All men and women interested in im
migration matters are cordially invited
to be cresent.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Wilder gave a
delightful afternoon reception on Tues
day in honor of Miss Ella Wight and
Dr. Knudsen. whose engagement was
recently announced. Mr. and Mrs.
Wilder were assisted by Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Wilder, Mrs. Laura Wight, and
Mr. and Mrs. von Holt. Several score
of guests were present.
Mrs. Bernice Walbridge gave a
bridge party on Tuesday, the prizes
going to Mrs. Focke and Mrs. Kimball,
Lieut. Victor Blue, U. S. N.. and Mr.
Hatch. The guests were Lieut, and
Mrs. Victor Blue. Mr. and Mrs. Alex
ander Scott, Mr. and Mrs. David Rice.
Mr. and Mrs Francis Swanzy, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Focke. Mr. and Mrs.
Blackman, Mrs. F. M. Hatch. Mr. and
l7s. Clifford Kimball, Mrs. George
Kimball, Miss Helen Kimball. Miss
Kaufman, Miss Marion Scott, Mr.
Miss Ella Stansbury may depart in
the Manchuria to spend her summer
vacation In California.
Cards announcing the marriage on
June 1 of Miss Louisa Bradley to Mr.
E. M. Watson of Honolulu were re
ceived during the week from Mr. and
Mrs. N. O. Bradley. The wedding took
place at Visalia. California. Mr. and
Mrs. Watson will return to Honolulu
shortly and will take apartments at
the Hawaiian hotel.
J J J
About thirty of Honolulu'sprominent
men were the guests at a dinner at the
Alexander Young hotel on Monday eve
ing of Mr. L. E. Pinkham, president of
the Board of Health, given in honor of
Surgeon General Wyman of the Quar
antine Service and Col. W. P. Hep
burn of Iowa.
Col. A. G. Hawes arrived during the
week from the coast and will spend
the summer here.
Muslin underwear bargains Kerr's.
Small dairy and milk route for sale.
See classified ad column.
The Stockyards now have automo
biles for hire by the day or hour.
Ladies' gowns, 90c, worth $1.50.
Lutted's Hawaiian poi In pound-cans
Cor sale by all druggists and grocers.
Ward's entire stock of jewelry at
1268 Fort street at actual cost.
Ladies' white skirts, 95c, worth $1.50.
A gentleman advertises in our classi
fied column today for a furnished room
in private family.
Excellent flour costs no more than
inferior brands and goes much further.
cess yesterday. The sale will be con
tinued tomorrow, Monday. See their
When you need furniture of any de
scription come and talk the matter
over with us. We are certain that we
can please you. Porter Furniture Co.,
Muslin underskirts, lace trimmed,
There is prestige as well as safety.
comfort and peace of mind in ownine
a Winton automobile. Inspect our new
gn.rage on Alakea street. Von Hamir.-
Young Co., Ltd.
Wise housekeepers are never without a
x ' Z -""UI"' rlavur r ooa
Products-. Their reputation is the re
sult of universal satisfaction based up
on years of use. H. Hackfeld & Co.
Don't fail to see the bargains in
underwear at Kerr's.
If you need gloves go to Sachs You
will find there a displav of the het
makes and every pair is guaranteed.
The prices -irf. surnrisinsrl y low- when
fit and style are taken into consid
Hammered Russian brasses. Teco
ware. mats, tapas, old wood curios and
T nrP ,r ta -m.qu-s.
1 tie rarest at the Hiwm ,1 c-.., i
in rl nc rT v.,,tv. c?. . :
Seas Curio Co.. Alexander Young
Building and at Royal Hawaiian Ho
Combination chemises. ."Oc. worth
$1.00. Kerr's underwear sale.
A W. Carter has returned from Ha
waii. In another column is published the
list of the candidates on tne Denrib-crai-Hume
Twentf-one men from the P. S. S.
Iroquois will go to Leilehua range to
morrow for a week's target practice.
The annual banquet of the Bar As
sociation will be held at the Alexander
Young hotel the evening .of June 30.
Mr. Wadman occupies his own pul
pit of the First M. E. Church today at
11 a. m., and will speak on "The In
The work of restoring the pavement
on Piikoi street above Lunalilo where
it was torn up when the new water
pipes were put in, is about completed.
The public may see the fine paintings
of Mr. Alexander Scott without a club
invitation. For ten days they will be
on free show at the art rooms of the
Pacific Hardware Co.
A letter from "Investigator" about
the source of the Brown campaign
funds will be published when this of
fice learns its authorship, providing the
name is that of a responsible citizen.
Mrs. Macdonald having rented the
beautiful beach home of Robt. Lewers
at Waikiki, is prepared to accommo
date a few guests at reasonable rates.
Excellent bathing. Telephone Red 281.
At 5 p. m. today the Brotherhood of
St. Andrew will visit the Young Men's
Christian Association. Philip H. Dodge
will preside and Bishop Restarick de
liver an address. Supper for thirty
men will be prepared.
At a meeting of the trustees of the
German Lutheran church, held on Fri
day last, George Isenberg was elected
secretary. The former secretary of the
church. Wolfram Felmy. left here a
few weeks ago for Germany.
The Rapid Transit extension on the
Queen street line is being rapidly push
ed to completion. The line is complet
ed from the junction with the present
waterfront line at Queen and River
streetsM.o a point past the Oahu Rail
way yards. .
There was a large attendance of
parents and friends of 'the pupils at
the closing of Waialua school, and the
flag-raising on the ground was a well
conducted ceremony. Mesdames
Churchill and Smith and Miss Clarke
are the teachers.
,X general invitation is extended to
all the scholars of St. Louis College
(irrespective of religion) for the past
22 years to be present at a meeting to
be held at the Catholic Mission Hall
today at 10 a. m.. to discuss a subject
important to them all.
There will be services at the Chris
tian Church today at 11 o'clock, when
W. C. Weedon will preach on "The
Promises of Christ's Presence." Rev.
J. L. Hopwood will preach at 7:30 p.
m. His subject will be "Lights of the
World." All are invited to these ser
vices. P. Maurice McMahon arrived safely
in England and is having an enjoyable
visit with his mother and sisters'. His
health is good as he has gained ten
pounds in weight since leaving Hono
lulu. Mr. McMahon intends seeing
"dear old Ireland" and London soon,
and sends his aloha to all his friends
Through District Attorney R. W.
Breckons official information has been
received that James W. Bush of Kea
lia, Kauai, has been allowed original
pension of $6 a month from May 8,
1S97, and $8 a month from Dec 1, 1902,
as a war veteran. The award was
made by the U. S. Senate Committee
on Claims, and Mr. Bush's back pen
sion amounts to about $600.
The dedication services of the Kor
ean M. E. Church at Kahuku, which
were to have taken place last Monday,
w-ill be held this evening at 6:30. Mr.
Wadman. assisted by several native
helpers, will be in charge. Tomorrow
at 5:30 p. m. the corner stone of the
third Korean Methodist church to be
erected on this island will be laid with
appropriate services at the Korean
village called Mokuleia of the Waia
Do not forget to hear Dr. Thwing
on his "war experiences" in the East
this evening at 7:30 in the First M. E.
Church. The doctor is a most enter
taining speaker and he has a thrilling
account to give. He was an eyewitness
of the results of the naval battle in
the Korean Straits, visited the army
hospitals in Japan, addressed the
wounded soldiers, traveled all over the
country, spent several weeks in China,
interviewed a viceroy, etc.
RESULTS OF THE ELECTION.
There will be a variety of entertain
ment at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel on
Tuesday night. A special dinner fol
lowed by Madam Scott's concert and a
dance will be one thing. The famous
Ellis Quintette Club will furnish mu
sic, both during dinner and after for
the dance. Arrangements have been
made by Manager Church to have 'the
election returns sent in as fast as they
are received at Republican headquar
ters, and they will be posted in the
billiard room for the benefit of the
guests of the house.
READ-MORROW At the Methodist
parsonage yesterday, by Rev. John
W. Wadman. Miss Eva P. Morrow,
of Santa Rosa, California, was mar
ried to Decker J. Read, of Honolulu.
MANVILLE RIDER June 13. at
Central Union Church. Honolulu, by
Rev. W. M. Kincaid. D. D.. Russell
J. ManviHe. of Chicago, to Miss
Laura Rider of Honolulu. They de
parted for their new home on the
C. Q. Tee Hop & Co. wish to pur
chase good fat cattle and calves, per
head or per lb.. in any quantities. Will
pay good price for the same. Anyone
having them for sale, whether in the
city or on the other islands, will please
communicate the above firm. Tel. Blue
2511. P. O. Box 101?.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANtE
Honolulu. June 17. 1905.
SAMKO 8TOCK Cpt:. Vai IbUL AU.
J. Brewer A Co.....
daw . Agricultural
Hawaiian Sugar Co. ..
Kkhei Plan. Co., Ltd.
Ktpahuln J .
Mc Bry de 8ng. Co., Ltd.
Oahu Sugar Oo
Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd...
Walalua Agri. Co
Walluku Sugar Co.
Wilder S.S. Co..
Inter-Inland 8. 8.
daw. .electric Co
H. B. T 4 L. Co.,
. ti T. A L. Of.
Mutual Tel. Co..
O. B. A L. Co....
Hilo It, B.Oo
Haw. Per., 4 p. o. (Fire
Haw. Terrl. $U p. c...
Hfw-Onr't., 5 p. r
Cal. A Haw. Sug. Ref
Co. ft p. c
Swa Plant., 6 p. e
Haiku 8 p. c .
Co. 5 p.c. -.
Hawaiian Sugar 8 p. c.
Hilo B. B. Co., 6 p. o.
Hon. B. T. Jt L. Co.,
8 p. 0
Kahuku 0 p. c.
O. B. A L. Co., 8 p. o . .
Oaha Sugar Co., 6 p. c.
Olaa Sngar Co., 8 p. 0-
Pala 6 p. o
Pioneer Mill Co. 6 p.c
PaiBiaaAK. Co., B. p.c.
104 V. 104H
10 Waialua, 62.50; 28 Kihei, 10; 30
SALES BETWEEN BOARDS.
65' Haw. C. & S. Co.. 83; 10 Oahu Su
gar Co., 115; 100 IVxcBryde, 7.50.
V V V
Has no terror when your property
is insured in a reliable company.
ALL OUR COMPANIES ARE
You may have some things, such
as legal documents, keepsakes or
heirlooms that money cannot re
place. OUR SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
furnish the desired protection.
TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
The Best Rigs
in the City
For SUNDAY DRIVE
48 S. King St. Phone Main Si.
A GENTLEMAN desires furnished
room with a private family. State
price. Address "W," this office. 129
LADY or man and wife to room and
board with private family. Address
P. O. Box 746. 7131
GENTLEMAN with references, de
sires room in private family. State
terms, etc., to Z., this office. 7131
A SMALL dairy and milk route for
sale. Address Chenango, this office.
THREE fine fox terrier pups. Seven
weeks old. Address Z., this office.
TWO-STORY house, 1479 Thurston
Avenue. Apply C. B. Reynolds, 1036
Green street. 709J
For Rent or Lease.
LIONEL HART PREMISES SUITA
BLE FOR CLUB HOUSE OR
Splendid opportunity to rent or lease
that commodious brick residence, also
a cottage, on Nuuanu Avenue, between
v ineyard and School streets, within
i easy reacn to tne neart of the Capitol.
I Inquire within for full particulars be
tween the hours of 6 to 9 a. m. and 5