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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JANUARY
1906.
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Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Line
Steamers running in connection with the Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Bail at Honolulu on or about the following dates:
rOR FIJI AND AUSTRAILIA.
1905
410 WERA JAN. 13
MOANA FEB. 10
AORANGI MAti. iv
Through tickets issued to all points
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.,
S. S. Co., and Toyo Risen Kaisna.
Steamers of the above companies
frort on or about the dates below mentionea.
STROM SAN FRANCISCO TO THE, FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ORIENT.
COPTIC JAN. 17
SIBERIA JAN- 30
AMERICA MARU FEB. 5
MONGOLIA FEB. 13
For further information apply to
H. HACKFELD & COMPANY, LTD., AGENTS.
jjH ' Tnr mmm?
Ocosnio
The fine passenger steamers of this
hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
JLAMEDA JAN. 19
BIER R A JAN. 31
AT.ATTT!rA FEB.
9
SONOMA
FEB. 21
In connection with the sallling of the above steamers, the agents are pre
pared to issue, to Intending passengers, Coupon Through Tickets by any rail
load from San Francisco to all points in the United States, and from New
7ork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
W. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD.
American-Hawaiian
TROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU.
B. S. Oregonian Jan- 15
& S. American.1. Feb. 15
. Freight received at all times at the
Company's wharf, 41st street. South
Brooklyn.
JTROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONO-;;-
LULU DIRECT.
ft. s. Nebraskan Jan. 18
S. S. Nevadan Feb. 8
And each month thereafter
H. HACKFELD & COMPANY, LTD., AGENTS.
C. P. MORSB, General Freight Agent.
civic 0 rmnsver
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WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your goods and save you money.
Dealers in stove wood, coal and kindlings.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 King Street. Phone Main 58.
Union Express Co. Hustace, Peck Co., Ltd.
63 Queen Street.
Having baggage contracts with the following steamship lines:
.ceanis Steamship Pacific Mall Steamship Co.
Occidental & Oriental Bteanahlp Co. Toyo Kaisen Kalsha Steamship Co.
We check your baggage at your homes, saving; you the trouble
cJ checking on the wharf.
Kano vg. Movu Telephone g$
oo
J. J) . Morgan. .freaKMBS; V. uampoeu, v ice-i reoiueni, ,1. mt
Lean, Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. EL Gedge, Auditor; Frank
Hustace, Manager.
SZ-CLStace-ocls Co,, X-itdfc
DRAYMEN, G3 Queen Street.
DEALERS IN
FIREWOOD, STOVE and STEAM COAL.
Also Whtt and Black Sand. Telephone Main 595.
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THE PACIFIC
z Commercial Advertiser
Enured at the Post Office at Honolulu,
T. H., as second-claae matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
One Tear $12.00
Biz Months 6.00
Advertising rates on application.
Pablished every morninjr except Sunday
by the
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO., LTD.,
I7on Holt Block, No. 65 South King St.
C. S. CRANE
- MANAGER
RAILWAY & LAND CO.
TIME TABLE
r; October 6. 1904.
OUTWARD.
gfr Walanae, Waialua, Kahuku and
. Way Stations 9:15 a. m., 3.20 p. m.
Jfr Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations 17: 30 a, m., "9:15 a. m.,
U:M a. m.. 2:15 p. m., 3:20 p. m.,
S:1 p. m., J9:30 p. m.. tll:15 p. m.
INWARD.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Wai
alua and Waianae "8: 38 a, m., "S-.Sl
9- ra.
arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and
Pearl City 17:46 a. m., 8:f$ a. m..
1I:M a. m., 1:40 p. m., 4:31 p. nu, ;
:S1 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Dally. I
Sunday Excepted.
1 Sunday Only
The Haleiwa, Limited , a two-hour
Brala, leaves Honolulu every Sunday,
aalalu, at 10:10 p. m. The Limited stops
BBly at Pearl City and Walanae.
o. DKNISOV K a smttw
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FOR VANCOUVER.
1905
..JAN. 10
.FEB. 7
.MAR. 7
MOANA ...
AORANG1
MIOWERA
In Canada. United States and Europe.
THEO. H. DAVIES & UU., uu,
GENERAL. AGENTS.
Occidental & Oriental
will call at Honolulu and leave this
MONGOLIA JAN. 19
r-WTMA JAN. 26
NIPPON MARU . FEB.
DORIC FEB.
tioonriship Ooi
line will arrive and leave this port
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA JAN. 24
SONOMA JAN. 30
ALAMEDA FEB. 14
VKNTTIRA FEB. 20
Steamship Company
Freight received at Company's wharf,
Greenwich street.
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN
CISCO. S. S. Nebraskan. Jan. 28
S. S. Nevadan Feb. 18
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO
HONOLULU.
S. S. Texan (direct) Jan. 25
S. S. Nebraskan via San Francisco
Feb. 23
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METEOROLOGICAL EECOED.
Issued Every Sunday Morning by tl
Local Office, JJ. 8. Weather Bureau.
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Note: Barometer readings are cor
rected for temperature, instrumental
errors, and local gravity, and reduced
to sea level. Average cloudiness stated
in scale from 0 to 10. Direction of wind
Is prevailing direction during 24 hours
ending at 8 p. m. Velocity of wind is
average velocity In miles per hour.
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director.
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
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20, 0.45i 1 8 12.14 6 05
Last quarter of the moon Jan. 17th.
Times of the tide are taken from the
United States Coast and Geodetic Sur-
vey tables.
The tWes at Kahului and Hllo occur
aoout one hour earlier than at Hono
lulu.
Hawaiian stanoard time Is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of the meridian of 157
"VBV3 mirtv minutes. The time whis-
t!e Dlows at 1:30 p. m., which Is the
ame as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutea.
fun and moon time for
WWM
TO INVESTIGATE WORK
AT
"I am going out to Diamond Head to
see about those Japs who are building
a trail to the top of the peak," said
Superintendent of Public Works Hoi
loway yesterday. "There has been no
permission given for any such work
from this office. And nobody has any
right to build a trail there -without
permission, if it is on public lands.
will bring them up with a round turn
too, if the law has been violated."
If anybody is building a trail at his
own expense to the ridge of Diamond
Head, for the free benefit of the pub
lie, why object? The Territory
doesn't get much for nothing and
when it can it ought to jump at the
chance. Ed. Adv.
KONA STORM
BREAKING UP
The velocity of the wind fell off con
siderably last night and barometric
conditions indicated that the backbone
of the Kona has been broken, although
it will take some time to ease off. The
southwest gale of the past two or three
days has made every harbor in the
islands exceedingly rough, and reports
from Kahului yesterday were to the
effect that it would not be wise for
steamers to leave here for that place.
The channels are running heavy seas.
All the reefs along the Oahu coast
have been the photographers delight,
for the sea is, breaking over them
in tremendous rollers. At 6 o'clock
yesterday morning the wind velocity
was 36 miles. At 10 o'clock it had
fallen to 30 and in the afternoon it
calmed clown still more and last 'jven
ing a perceptible change was apparent.
Considerable rain fell during the even
ing.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
ARRIVED.
Friday, January 19,
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, Porter, from
the Orient, 10:30 a. m.
DEPARTED.
Stmr. Ma una Loa, Simerson, for Ma
ui and Hawaii ports, 12 m.
Schr. Ottillie Fjord, Bosch, for the
Sound. 11 a. m.
Stmr. Iwalani, Piltz, for Ahukini, 5
DUE TODAY.
Stmr. Kinau, Freeman, from Hilo
and way ports, due in forenoon.
Stmr. Likelike, Naopala, from Molo
kai, Maui and Lanai ports, due.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, from San
Francisco, due in morning.
SAH. TODAY.
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, Porter, for San
Francisco, 9 a. m.
A.-H. S. S. Alaskan, Nichols, for Del7
aware Breakwater, via Kahului and
Hilo.
Stmr. Claudine, Parker, for Kahului,
p. m.
Stmr. Mauna Loa, Simerson, for
Kona and Kau ports, 12 noon.
DUE TOMORROW.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, due in morning.
PASSENGERS.
Arrived.
Per P. M. S. S. Mongolia, January
19, from the Orient. For Honolulu: H.
L. Spencer, Mrs. Spencer, Mrs. P. Umb
sen, Miss E. Umbsen. For San Fran
cisco: W. H. Andrews, W. T. Andrr? vs,
F. Appel, Miss M. J. Atkinson, Col. W.
H. Birbeck, Mrs. W. H. Birbeck and
maid, H. B. Blehr, Comdr. J. B. Bli.n,
U. S. N.; Geo. Brown, Mrs. Geo. Browi;
A. Bosredon, J. A. Campbell, N. C.
Cockburn, Miss E. M. Crombie, Jo
seph Davenport, L. Eppinger and ser
vant, Lt. Col. G. H. Fowke, R. E.;
Miss E. M. Garretson, R. A. Goodsell,
Mrs. R. A. Goodsell, Mike Haley, A.
ITartmann, Mrs. A. D. Helms, Mrs. f.
D. Hepburn. Miss M. R. Hillman, Z.
Horikoshi, W. M. Knox, Mrs. W. M.
Knox, P. Kutt, J. M. Lacalle, Edward
Lea, Rev. S. H. Littell, Mrs. 3. H.
Littell. Masters Littell 2), A. C. Mar
tin, Mrs. A. C. Martin, Hon. Edwin
Morgan, Lt. Engineer H. Nishihara, I
J. X.; Mrs. S. Pike, Lt.-Col. V. Post
nitkov, Master L. Postnitkov, Captain
James Rennie, Capt. Thos. Reilly, Lt.
L. Salnowsky, W. J., Schroth, Mrs.
W. J. Schroth, H. S. Scott, Miss M.
Servais, H. A. Shipman, Mrs. H. A.
Shipman, II. G. Simon, Mrs. O. E.
Steere, W. D. Straight, T. Takeda and
servant, Mr. Timmis, W. M. Tipton, J.
C. Turner, T. M. Tyssowski, R. Wa-
tanabe and servant, Geo. W. Wehrlin,
H. F. Wright, K. Yukawa.
Booked to Depart.
Per S. S. Mongolia, January 20, for
San Francisco Mrs. W. Pfotenhauer,
C. Du Roi and wife, Miss Schurerr,
Miss Power, B. F. Dillingham and wife,
Mrs. Pocklington, Miss Pocklington and
2 maids. Miss Hargreaves, J. R. Gait
and wife, Miss C. J. Carter, James A.
Ennis and wife, O. Baddeley, W. C.
B. Cave, G. A. Parkins, G. S. Clarke
and wife, Mrs. H. C. McPike, son and
daughter, E. S. Aldrich and wife, J.
A. Kennedy, George W. Smith, F. J.
Lowrey. M. P. Robinson, Allen Robin
son, E. A. Mclnerny, Sydney Levy,
F. N. McCandless and wife, M. A.
Dunham, H. C. Taft. J. C. Taft, Mrs.
Solomon Spiro. Mrs. M. H. Marks, J.
C. Coppage, O. H. Keep. Jr, and wife.
M. D. Hall, Miss B. Woods, Dr. L. E.
Cofer, Rev. Mr. G. D Watson and wife,
W. B. Rickards, Mrs. M. McLeod, J.
M. Cathcart and wife, J. K. Kutz. S.
Peizer. A. B. Loebenstein. T. II? Case,
Dr. Tyree. U. S. N, George W. Waller,
A. X. Campbell.
SAILED FOR HONOLULU.
U. S. A. T. Logan, Stinsen. from Ma
nila via Nagasaki. Jan. 5; due Jan. 25.
O. P. S. Alameda, Dowdell, from San
Francisco, Jan. 14; due Jan. 20.
P. M. S. S. China. Friele, from Yo
kohama, Jan. 16; due a- m. Jan. 25.
MOD
HEAD
FOR RENT
College Hills $40.00
Waikiki Beach 40.00
1246 Kinau St 27.50
Dewey Ave 15.00
mi Kinau St 30.00
College Hills 35.00
Emma St . . 30.00
Also Stores and Offices.
FOR SALE
Improved and unimproved prop
erty in College Hills, Kaimuki,
Kalihi, Makiki and Punahou Dis
tricts. HENRY WATERHOUSE
TRUST CO., LTD.
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.,
Honolulu.
0
FOR SALE!
Twelve acres of choice land
in Nuuanu Valley, with mod
ern dwelling house on main
road, a few minutes' walk
from end of car line. A good
investment for a quick taker.
Trent
and COMPANY
TO LET J
r
"The Melrose," 50 Rms.
WaikiJU, 3 B. R ,
Lunalilo St., 5 B. R
Aloha Lane, 2 B. R
Young St., 2 B. R ,
King, 3 B. R
Pacific Heights, 2 B. R...
Beretania St., 3 B. R
Lunalilo St., 4 B. R
Kinau St.. 4 B. R
$50.00
50.00
31.23
17.50
30.00
32.00
15.00
30.00
50.00
30.C0
Young St., 2 B. R 27.50
Puunui Ave., 2 B. R 15.00
Nonpariel Lane. 2 B. R.. 17.00
King St., 2 B. R 25.00
AliXB YOU HOTEL
Absolutely fire-proof, finest cui
sine, elegantly furnished and the
best of servicer
NOAH W. GRAY, Manager,
HONOLULU, T. H.
VESSELS IN PORT.
(Army and Navy.)
U. S. S. Iroquois (station ship), Nib-
lack, from Pearl Harbor, Jan. VS.
U. S. R. C. Manning, Roberts, from
Maui and Hawaii cruise, Jan. 12.
(Merchant Vessels.)
Alaskan, A.-H. s. s., Nichol?, from
Seattle and Tacoma, Jan. 11.
Archer, Am. bktn., Lancaster, Kahu
lui, Jan. 16.
Camano, Am. schr. Saxe, from Port
Gamble, Jan. 9.
Dumfriesshire. Br. bk., Taylor, from
Leith, Dec. 26.
Edward Sewall, Am. sp., Quick, New
castle, Jan. 10.
Engelhorn, Br. bk., Lovitt, from New
castle, N. S. W., Dec. 23.
Erskine M. Phelps, Graham, from Ma
nila, Dec. 11.
George Curtis, Kelly, from San Fran
cisco, Jan. 7.
Gerard C. Tobey, Am. bk., Scott, from
San Francisco. Dec. 22.
Kaiulani, Am. bk., Colly, from San
Francisco, Nov. 16.
Kenilworth, Am. sp., Colley. from
Newcastle, Dec. 25.
Mongolia, Am. s.s., Porter, Yokohama,
Jan. 19.
Morning Star, Am. s.s., Garland. Gil
bert Is., July 15.
Otillie Fjord, Am. sch., Eureka. Jan. 13
Robert Lewers. Am. sch., Underwood,
from Port Gamble, Dec. 30.
S. G. Wilder, Am. bktn., Jackson, from
Guaymas, Dec. 29.
TRANSPORT SERVICE.
Buford, sailed from Honolulu for Ma
nila, Dec. 26.
Liwton. sailed from Honolulu for Gu
am and Cavite, Dec. 29.
Logan, sailed from Manila for Hono
lulu and San Francisco via Nagasaki
Jan. 5.
Meade, sails from San Francisco for
Honolulu. Guam and Manila, Feb. 1.
Thomas, sailed from Honolulu for Ma
nila, Jan. 14.
Sherman, at San Francisco.
Sheridan, at San Francisco.
Solace, at Mare Island (repairing).
Dix, at Seattle.
THE MAILS.
Malls are due from the following
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Alameda, today.
Colonies Per Sonoma, Jan. 30.
Orient Per Mongolia, Jan. 19.
Victoria Per Moana, Feb. 10.
Mails will depart as follows:
San Francisco Per Mongolia, today.
Colonies Per Sierra, Jan. 31.
Orient Per Siberia, Jan. 29.
Victoria Per Aorangi, Feb. 7.
ESBSS9iBSflK
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Honolulu, January 19, 1906.
v t itaiti
NAiJ OF STOCK, Pa.u lp Val. Bid. Ask.
Mercantile.
C. Hkkwkk a Co : $1 000,000 U00
Ewa i 5,000,010 SO '. 22' 23
Mmw Agricultural...: l.VO',00 H '
Haw 1 0111 Jkiixtmn o 2.H12.7A5 100
Hawaiian SU .r Co.- 2.000.010 -0
Honomu ! 7M.0U0 JW)
Uouokxa J 2,01X1 000 -0 ;
Haiku i 510.000 lOu j
Knbuku ! 60O.0. 0 v0 !
lUei fi&u. Co. i,td..' ?, 00.000 Sj i
Klpahulu j ltfu.OOO 100 I
Koloa 00 000 iOO !
McBrv-eSuz.Co..I.t,i. 8.5i 0.000 Mi
3i
32
12
l'J5
130
.1! -
5?t
Oahu sugar Co-
Ononiea
Oukala .
Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd...
Olowalu
3 W.' 00 1 0
1.0.0.0 0' 20 30
500.000 :0 : 5'i
5.i0.00i 20 i Sni ....
ISOOfiO! 10.S , I B5
Paauhau SuKPlauCo.
5,0iO00O 5l I 20
500.(00 10" I ..
'w.oool 100 : .-.
7S0,O00i 100
2.750,000! O0 1 125
4,500,01 0 100 ...
700.0001 100
105,000 00 I
252,0'X), 100 lf
126,0001 100
racinc
Paia ...
Pepeekeo .......
Pioneer
Waialua gri. Co
WaiJuku
Wailuku bugar Co.
Scrip
Waimanalo . . '. . .
WtJmea Sugar MI'I..
Miscellaneous
(nter-lsland si S. Co.
H w. Electric Co
H. K. T. & L. Co., Ffd
H. K. J fe L. Co., C.
Mutual Tel. Co
O. K. A I.. Co
HlloR K, Co
Honolulu KretL'fn. A
;2'8
15
,160
17
l,50n,000 100 J
500.000 100 117
125
103"
70
y
9i
500,000;
l,160,0lcj 100
iso.ooo; 10
4.CC0OO0 10
1.C00.O00 20
MaJtiug Co. Jtd . J 40000) 20
400 00 )
Amt.Out:
23 i
Bonds.
Haw.Ter.,4 p.c.(Fire
Claims)
Haw. Ter. 4 p. c. (Re
standing'
aio.000
ICO
funding lfto5; B0".000:
Haw. Ter. 4'4 p. c 1,000,100;
Haw. Ter. 4 p o l.OOO.OOOi
Haw. Gov't., 5 p. o 209,000! ...
Cal, Beet & Sug. Rf. I
Co. 6. p. c UCflO.OOO
Haiku 6. p. c. StO.OOO
Haw. Com. & Sugar j
Co. ftp. c 1.677,000 ...
Haw. tigar 6 p. c 500,000 ...
Hilo R. K. Co., 6 p. c I,0u0,o00 ...
Hon. K. T. & L. Co., j
6 P. c TO'.OOO ....
Kahuku 6 p. c 200,000 ....
O. K. & L Co. 6 p. c. - 2,000,000
Oahu Suear Co. fln.c. 750.0001.
100
;l"2H
,;03
1
105
102
j 65
!108
iiOO
. 104
103
1
l03
,1- 5Hi
!-00
100
105
Olaa Hugar Co..tt p.c.i 1.250,000!...
93
r-aiaop.c i 450,000
PioueerMillCo.Sp. c.l 1,250."C0
Waialua g. Co. 6p.c. 1,000,000
Mcliryrie Sugar Co 2,0 4J.00U
23.1275. t25 per cent.
SESSION SALES.
(Morning Session.)
None.
SALES BETWEEN BOARDS.
25 Honokaa, 11.50; 5 Hon. R. T. & L.
Com., 67.50; 12 Hon. R. T. & L. Pfd.,
101.50; 30 Ewa. 23.50.
l
LOCAL OFFICE OF THE UNITED
STATES WEATHER BUREAU.
Alexander Young Building. Honolulu,
Friday, January 19, 1906.
THERMO. WIND
: a K K I Sj!& S
p to re b a, 2.2
l Pi::?: : g
1 1 " ' - tit
1900 30 04: 78 69 74 00 62 3 e ...
1901 30.12J 75 6X 72 .00 62 3 NB ....
1902 30.C4( 77 72 74 .00 66 3 b ..
i9C3 j30.0&: 79 60 70 00 78 2 8 ....
1904 jS0.04' 76 70 73 .19 62 4 KE
1905 30.13; 74 64 69 T 7 4 Kb S
1906 !29.72 74 60 67 . 35 73 6 w 17
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ALEX. M'C. ASHLEY,
Section Director.
Classified Advertisements.
WANTED.
DERMATOLOGIST experienced with
electric needle.
Address B.R., Ad
7314 vertiser.
A ROOM in private family Kaimuki
district. Address J.N.O., this of
fice. 7313
BOOKKEEPER for plantation store.
Best of references required. Address
H. P., Aiea. 7311
CLEAN washed rags at Gazette of
fice. 7310
SITUATIONS WANTED.
POSITION as manager, or assistant,
in Plantation store, or as traveling
.salesman, by a thoroughly experi
enced general merchandise man; well
acquainted on the islands; 5VZ years
in
last position; first-class refer-
ences.
fice.
Apply 'Store," Gazette of-
7316
FOR RENT.
A NEWLY furnished room at 871
Young street. Apply on premises.
7216
JUDGE Dole's lanai, at Diamond
ior o montns or a rear at
$50 per month.
7314
FOR SALE.
GOOD mules. Inauire 1 Marks at
McCabe,
Ltd.
Hamilton & Renny Co.,
7316
ACRE PROPERTIES for sale, in and
near Honolulu, at from $300 to $400
per acre. Charles S. Desky, Progress
Block. 7279
COMPLETE set bound volumes Plant
ers' Monthly. 22 vols., 1882 to 1904.
Uniform binding: full sheep. Price
$175.00 Address P. M., care Hawaiian
Gazette Co.
OFFICES FOR RENT.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINT,.
only up-to-date fireproof building;
rent Includes electric light, hot and
cold water and janitor service. Ap
ply the Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
7276
'THE STANGENWALD," only fire
proof office building Jn city.
LOST.
A LADIES' black coat on Kine- stref-t
Reward if returned to this r.-ffi..
7217
A SILVER-plated shank (tube) for
cornet. Reward if returned to this
office. 731 a
, U
uuuiili y uume
for Sale
THE BEAUTIFUL PEARL r-rw
RESIDENCE OF HON'. H. E.
COOPER.
GOOD BOATING. GOOD FISHINO
Overlooks Ewa and Oahu Sugar Plan,
tations. and under full sweep of th
trade winds.
May be bought at a very reasonahi
figure.
Halstead & Co,, Ltd.
W. L. HOWARD. Financial Amb
FOR SALE. Residence on Vr,r
street; elegant residence, Beretanl
street, near Thomas Square; home
and lot. Prospect street.
FOR RENT. House on Wyllle street
Loans negotiated: abstracts of title.
5 McINTYRE BUILDING 6
CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S
New York Xino
Regular line of vessels plying
between New York and Hono
lulu. FREIGHT TAKEN AT LOW
EST RATES.
For freight rates apply to
CHAS. BREWER & CO.,
27 Kilby St.. Boston, or
C. BREWER & CO.. LTD.,
Honolulu.
SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO
PURCHASE.
Beautiful homestead at mouth of
Kalihi valley. Lot about 1 1-2 acres.
Planted with fruit trees in full bear
ing. House of 7 rooms,' in good condi
tion. Price very cheap.
Apply to W. W. CHAMBERLAIN,
room 206 Judd Building.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Nahiku Rubber Co., Ltd.,
held at the office of the Waterhouse
Co., Honolulu, January 16, 1906, the fol
lowing officers were duly elected to
serve for th ensuing year:
W. W. Hall President
E. C. Waterhouse Vice-President
Fted. T. P. Waterhouse
Secretary and Treasurer
C. D. Lufkin Director
D. C. Lindsay rurontnr
W. W. Thayer. Director
L. C. How land Auditor
FRED. T. P. WATERHOUSE,
Secretary,
Professional Cards
ARCHITECTS.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL. Phona
White 951.
DENTISTS.
HENRY BICKNELL. D.D.S.-Unlaa
street, corner Hotel; Tel. Main JSC
MUSIC. '
MRS. HODGSON. Teacher of Piano.
Organ, Autoharp and Singing. Over
20 years' experience in England, New
Zealand and Fiji. Quick progress
with thorough training. Well-marked
time, correct fingering and sym
pathetic expression, carefully taught.
Residence with Mrs. Ganzel, corner
Fort and Vineyard streets. 7310
HUGO HERZER Teacher of singing,
corner of Beretania and Miller sts.,
or Bergstrom Music Co.
" PHYSICIANS.
EDWARD ARMITAGE. M.D. Hotel
street, Honolulu. Office hours: 8 to
11 a. m.t 3 to 5 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m.;
Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m. Telephone
Main 377, residence Royal Hawaiian
Hotel.
surveyor!
J. S. EMERSON. Surveyor and en
gineer, 607 Stangenwald building.
$2oO OO
In small monthly
300 OO.
Installments
will buy you a pretty lot in Nuuanu
tract, the healthiest and coolest
suburb of the city.
Best agricultural land by the
acre, near car line. Cheap for cash.
A fine, high ground, level lot, a
suitable residence, tenement, ware
house or stable site, within a couple
hundred yards from O. R. & L. Co.'s
office. Area almost 1-3 of an acre,
at a price that will compel you to
invest.
Choice Kaimuki lots of 15,000 sq.
feet each, along car line, at from
$200 to $100 per lot; 25 per cent,
down, balance at the rate of $10 per
month (without interest).
For rent cheaply several modern
and neat cottages.
Good maniania pasture, close to
town, at $3 per month per head.
J. H. tiCHNACK
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY
AND MATURITY CO.
Limited.
REAL ESTATE, MORTGAGE.
LOANS AND INVESTMENT SECU
RITIES. Office: Mclntyre Bldg., Honolulu.
T. H. P. O. Box 265. Phone Main 141.
STEIN WAY
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
156 AND 158 HOTEL STREET,
Opposite Young Hotel.
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