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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1910. mi i nniimriii i nrrtimmrii Fraternal Meetings POLYNESIAN ENCAMPMENT NO. 1, I. O. O. F. Meets every first cd third Friday of the mtnth, at 7:30 p. in., in Odd Fel lows' Fort Street. Visith.g broth ers eordiailv invited to attend. j. A. LYLF, C. P. L. L. LA PIEKRE. Scribe. EXCELSIOR LODGE NO. 1, I. O. O. F. Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30, in Odd Fellows' Ball, Fort Street. Visit ing brothers eordiallv invited to attend. K. G. HOPPER. N. G. L. L. LA PIERRE, gec'y. HARMONY LODGE NO. 3, I. O. O. F. Meets every Monday -evening, at 7:30. in Odd Fellows' Hall, Fort Street. Visiting brothers eordially invited to attend. HUGH E. MoOOY, N. G. E. R. HENDRY, Sec 'v. WILL IMPROVE THE PUimSEIlIE Wilder Avenue Switch to Be Made Longer Different Cars to Be Different Colors. REALTY' AUCTION CO., LTD. Auctioneers of Real Estate 916 Fort Street. n k nrc?n Drunritr t rtTir xrr i ' I. O. O. F. Meets everv second and fourth Thurs day, at 7:30 "p. m., Odd Fellows' Hall. Visiting Rebekahs are cordially invited to attend. MARION FAUTH, X. G. ALICE NICHOLSON, See 'v. OLIVE BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE NO. 2, I. O. O. F. r P.:i!!i-!ityiie of tin- l.';i)id Transit rcmi.;n.y is 'ivarinj !at:s fur a finite r i 'ii f i cue a t d!" 'lie street l.'-pu.iv s-ti"K when iiie ,ro- n! Kiu street, double traeivin is oornjilctcd. T!.e i , - v dans involve an e. tension of ttintiy of til" i:vr'ht -lmrt sidims-. Oil! . ! tii" 1'nitaiti'ii Hue r Wilder .avenue j (SuiV'i is to be heightened out to be-! vniid (Mini oileoo entrance or puss:-' id.- half : Mock beyond 1 'una lion street, i This v : : i add to the i t 1 1 ; r . t ( i 1 1 1 of j t'i- Ma n':i bn. iie'ri. .a- ! 'u na hou bound j cars wii! brought riht alon to ! i the Manoa junction and will not be h-dd bai-lv because of late arriving ears front 1'awaa inrti-tion. When a ear is; fp'iii 1'awaa 1 he Punalioti-boiuid ! i A it - f Dl Cirtn a 916 Fort Street. I WHILE THINKING OF WHAT YOU ARE TO BUY FOR CHRISTMAS SUPPOSE YOU THINK IT OVER AT HALEIWA. NO BETTER HOTEL, NO BETTER SURROUNDINGS AND NO BETTER PLACE FOR AN INSPIRATION. TRAINS TAKE YOU TO THE DOOR - " OLD rga STOCKS, BONDS AND IB ESTATE Jas. W. Pratt ill ESI ; LOAN HUB 5 Mil 1 1 1 l if I REALTY AUCTIONEER No. 857 Kaaliumanu SI. Three Auction Sales OF Seal Estate ta : . M . , ... i in j teats arc oiteu rcutrre.i to wait on lite i Meets every first and third rhursdav , at 7:30 p. m., in Odd Fellows' HatL Wilder awnue switch fur sc oral m in- i Visiting Rebekahs are eordially invited jutes and then three minutes are often j ANOTHER EXCURSION fUl yiinr!J Pirnnil'KONA CQ Fr EL j to be held at our salesroom dur McCIIESNEY COFFEE CO., 16 Merchant St. to attend. MARGARET SIMONTON, N. G. SALLIE L. WILLIAMS, Sec'y. OCEANIC LODGE NO. S71, F. & A. M. Meets on the last Monday of each month, at Masonic Temple, at 7:30 p. i. Visiting brethren are cordially in cited at attend. J. A. PALMER W. M. W. H. GOETZ, See'y. LEAHI CHAPTER NO. 2, O. E. S. Meets every third Monday of each month, at 7:30 p. m., in the Masonic Temple. Visiting listers and brothers are eordiallv invited at attend. NELLIE J. STEPHENS, W. M. ADELAIDE M. WEBSTER, Sec'y. LEI ALOHA CHAPTER NO. S, O. E. S. Meets at the Masonie Temple every econd Saturday of each month, at 7:30 f . m. Visiting sisters and brothers are cordially invited to attend. CORA A. BLAISDELL. W. M. MARGARET HOWARD, Secy. COTJBT CAMOE8 NO. 8110, A. O. F. Meeta every seeond and fourth Tues day of each month, at 7:30 p. m., in San Antonio Hall, Vineyard street. Visit ing brothers eordially invited at attend. N. K. HOOPH, C. R. H. PEREIRA, F. S. CAMOES CIXCLE NO. 240, C. O. F. Meets every second and fourth Thurs day of each month, at 7 :30 p. m., in San Antonio Hall, Vineyard street. Visiting companions are cordially invited to at tend. MRS. H. H. WILLIAMS, C. C. LOUIS A. PERRY, F. S. consumed in making np the distance , between Makiki and 1'iinahou' streets j ou account uf frequent stops. The new j way will laud the pas-enters from town. at the Manoa junction and much time ! will be saved. j When the double tracking of Kin iing the month of December. Full particulars at our office. Dunning's Pacific Travel Bureau we have gifts for Will Hold Liner a Few Christmas, something new. Hours. PACIFIC PICTURE FRAME CO. i NTJUANU BELOW HOTEL STREET. City Auction Co mercnant St. AT AUCTimJ? 10 o'clock a. m. Household Furniture Dry Goods Men's Suitf ' " K K Y, ' GLASSWARE sT()V:s. COOKIXG UTENSILS -MATTING. ETC., ETC. JAS. W. PRATT, Auctioneer. street is comt'leteil the present Linma- .,, , , ., , 1 . f, , , , Amonir the excursions planned to ,ar- AlaKea street route will be changed. . 1 cars will start from the head of Km- , VIV1 ,ro1" tW "lainland next spring is ma street and run down Alakea to J one to be conducted by t!:e H. W. Dun-', King, thi'iice along King to Liliha and I ,,;,, eomntniv f,,r l'.ostoti w.ilm.r frnm ' u;i to the end of Liliha street, using the same tracks as the King street cars. The track from King street down Ala ke;r to the waterfront will be left idle, while an extra car will be put on the I'unahoti line, and ears will run on that line down Fort and along the water front to the Iron Works. That is, a passenger boarding a J'nnahou car at l'unahou eau ride down through town, along Ileietania and down Fort and to the Alakea wharf and to the Iron Works without transferring. Time will also be saved because there San J'rauc'sco March 1H i,, the Oceanic i steamship Sierra. The Punning r"'ti pany is known as the Pacific Travel llureau. and is one of the best known j in the East. j Poetor SiMidder, pastor of Central j 1'nion Church, who recently retunioij from a trip abroad, traveled with on j of the Punning parties for several ; weeks last summer through Italy, and j the doctor states that Mr. Punning is' from absbohitely healthy cows and bottled under the most sani tary conditions. For sale at the rate of $1. per quart by II. May & Co., J. M. Levy & Co., C. J. Pay & Co., and by THE POND DAIRY Telephone 2890. 0 will be no waits at the junction of j Up to date in every way. Alakea Heretania ami Emma streets. , j n tL(. llUllUllt ' wllh tho p,,,;,,,, lust ordinary stops will be mule there, . , .,.i ;, -;n "I,.-, r,..,ti..,....1 5W a i eompany is sending out in large mil..-; bers, Honolulu and Hawaii are given! big boosts, and it adds much to thej COMMiSSEON PAYS 111 valuable advertising which is being junction. The railway management has not de cided yet as to a method of distinguish ing T i 1 i In -T-'m ni i stnpt -:irs from Killf street ears. Thev may decide to use i iv(,n for the iAs. a different color on the Liliha-Emma street cars, so that people waiting for cars along King street between Liliha and Alakea streets will not make a mistaKo in boarding the wrong car. However, the Liliha-Emma street ears will be shorter than the King street KANSAS CITY. KAN. COURT LUNALILO NO. 6600, A. O. F. Meets every first and third Wednes day evenings of each month, at 7 :30 p. m., in Pythias Hall, corner Fort and Beretania streets. Visiting brothers cordially invited. F. J. ROBELLO, C. R. JAS. K. KAULIA, P. C., F. S. HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E. Meets on second i , and fourth Wednesday evening of each month at 7:30 o'clock, in Pythian Hall, corner Beretania and Fort streets. Visiting brothers are invited to attend. W. R. RILEY, Wr. P. WM. C. M'COY, Sec'y. OAHTJ LODGE NO. 1, K. of P. Meets every irst and third Friday at 7:30 o'clock, Pythian Hall, corner Bere tania and Fort streets. Visiting broth ers eordially invited to attend. WM. JONES, C. C. O. HEINE, K. of R. & S. The present double (racking of King has reached front Kawaiahao lane to the tishtoarket, while track has been extended beyond the river and the bridge track has been set. Tn a few d.avs the double track will be complete and Prospering. The party arrives here March 2i and; Mew Year Will Find the COITl- leaves in the afternoon for Hilo on I he i Manna Kea, which makes a special tiip ! munity Entirely Out of Debt to the Big Island. The party will be j taken from Hilo to the volcano at once,! and on the Monday following the party j arrives again in Honolulu. i Mr. Punning states in his circular j KAXsAs CITY, Missouri, November that he has arranged with the Oceanic ' .,. ,.n-i i ... . . ,u i i ! -v When we begin the new year company to have the departure ot the , Sierra delaved on Wednesday. Mar.-h , Kansas City, Kansas, will have all its J'.t. from ten in the morning, the umi.i1 i debts paid, except those in the light j A 90-ACRE PINEAPPLE RANCH AT PUPUKEA FOR SALE CHEAP. A NICE HOME AT THE PENINSULA AT A BARGIN A BARGAIN IN PUUNUI PROPERTY $1500.00. $2000.00 will buy you a good 2-bedroom house near PAWAA JUNCTION. CAN ARRANGE EASY TERMS. REAL ESTATE IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. JAS. F. MORGAN hour of sailing, until live in the aft or- i fund, and will be 1 ik 1 1 ahead. and. op n as far as the Oa'tiu railroad j noon. That is the promise of Charles W. llie i ; t i e ;iic eieu ;t I .T'.'mt eiou l;ii .. . . . -.l.i-ii v ,i tire. n. commissioner ot nuance in Kan- two persons in ihe bridal suite of trie Sieira. the rates sealing down for ' as "lt', Kansas. He has iigured where station. Victor Records for NOVEMBER Bergstrom Music Co., Limited. ASKS TO BE TRANSFERRED William Mckinley lodge no s K. of P. Meet? every second and fourth Satur j promenade and uppvr deck rooms. In-'every cent is to come from and where CD mil PAVITF TO HAWAII i 111 ,he ratt' 1S l'11 nr''1 everv ce.it is to be expended. To fulfil hKUiVi LAVMt IU HAWAII Elands, the trip ' i his piomi-e he must collect .fOO'.HJ before llie volcano, excursions about Honolulu, . S. A. Lflberry. the ma-ter ship fitter; j,,,tel expends here. The company even tlie lnt oi th'' yar. but -Mr- (j,1'ec'a includes a steamer chair on the Siena ta s mat no wui cotieci inai iiom ine without extra cost. Here are Mr. Prti- police court ami licenses. ning's reasons for j.eople of means t Mr. Cree.i's promtse means that nine j t;ik the winter trip to Honolulu: mouths of commission rule will put the! "The winter is a busy time. I he -.city out of debt in all except the light merchant finds the Christmas season tho lund. Tliat. fund could not be changed busiest of the year, and often follows or inciaasid after the levy was made, it with the annual st o.-k ta ki mT. The When Mr. Creen took eiiargo of the a''d he . - i ..ti.l fin-iiici.r .tiu'i 11 t ielTilt'St fii-.u.-.-w . . t tt... cile in l.ri! he 1' ill 11 1 1 ! of the naval station at Cavite. was also one of the distinguished passengers on the I'niied States tratrsport Jiull'tilo and has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Cribble and their daughter Mrs. P.ieknell. Luffberrv, otle the side, i- TOYS ! TOYS ! Games, Puzzles, Books and a fresi t j stock of Toys, now on sale. WALL, NICHOLS CO.. LTD. manager of the Cavite Wee! savs ne litis a man .n ins sneet tuat work tietween r-M'pTotu oer ami .iarei.. that at ttie rate money was coming ami will write a column if lie is uiven a So also the professional man. tho clergy going the city would have a deiicit of; . . . man. phvsician. donti-t till cousid.'r about .4U.tMin bv the lit'st of the year. I "I1-, 1 ,1rlM 1 ll:V"J.V1':. a"y rilho witter ti.e time of maximum work. The f ,,d 1 rot,, " u hid, the lire dejiart- ! to tie serines nere ami uiou i hoom- , , . . . i,.:,. , ,,,, , , ' I And the world ot -onetv I'l'itt' a meat anvbodv around Ihe Advertiser to t tie t i. , , . , , . . sireuuous soiisou to a close tit tho com- was t extent ot worniitg out a count, , ; m , in ((f ut(,,. work (, j ,.,..(. f ti.e running expenses of the citv are the latter. .11. likes llonol,,.,, vy what re--f is more enmrleie or more paio. Ilv ,;,v,iU ! J of t he expense j much and has nin ady asked to be traits-, .,,iu ,( V))V.Hl.( U1(1(ievn of ..peraiit.g lie' lire d-pa ft meat out ' ''i ;f' ;ilt'' Walton to l'":H- , .,.. .u'mmev m;is. with a I f ; no gon.-ral land that department ! law ovptiintr t 7-3rt n'ib- ; i.; ! Ilariior. His local 1 nends to.,k linn i ,.; i .,,..! ; ...,..C..e' ,. .... -......'t i I r.ti,,,. Hall, e-.rr.er Beretania and Fort streets. I '" "'-his :ii1 ne aii- ::i f Hawaii, ami withal a itt 'ihe city ,-.t.eiise were reduced by J Visiting brothers cordially invited to I away for the oat. e,( i-'.-tt. 'o i': na-' , . ,,.,)!iri, ..r,.:itot wonder-. : dt!.o!,-.iii' wilii all :np'nr wli.i cimiM i paid was running behind, so gein-rai lund front which most! ! fi(ff uiTii nnnl m w in m , attend. H. A. TAYLOR. C. C. E. A. J A '(tl'.si )X, K. R. P. t mi, io ).. I vii HONOLULU HARBOR NO. 51, A ! ' of M. M. & P. ' ' ' I Meets oil the first Sun- I day pet::!:g of each ' , , tr,et::.. ;,t 7 o ', ci, at . v..i, Odd F-lb.-.vs-' Jlall. All ; x. :ret t.ren are ; . . Ulol'l. I II g Ii'' -miithv' leave am! c, h. .::.!. ii.. ii, Ml-, lelll'i e,a y : uain on his -,va v bac';. . GONE BEFORE. line,', at a dinner in New 'ored the .-1 ret. lion-he-s ,,f re.V'oirr-1!; ordillv iirit"1 t.t jOf,,, By order Worthy Pre;dorit, WM. E. Y!'N.;. FRANK C. PifH, Secy. it -.ea.-iin. In' sai oenettc lioa t i n v:-it t otie of nature's o.-ea'o-t wonder-. ; ,s, Kl: a. tin' ureatest a'tiva- volcano ta ! he w-irld .' Ties t ri aie in j aoia I'Mi'r'i days i oia Sap !' ra n .-i -. i . - m ! liiat f it.d. T da v- of eoier on the imt ward ovaje. ; tncotiie from 1 -i da v- of etljo v ao-tit ni the i w d h meeta' rest from t lie ne t ! e ' ; -:x d a V - till 1 I'e of a I; I ('- t I iinit" vai-l ov a oe. t mgiu von t take 'ids !i V ' it :o,t r,-i a l: !.:! im-d hea'til and vr '. " 1 he " . e a . or gii a u b alt:i:r. Tliere ate levy wo en. either, wiio call !l!l THEODORE ROOSEVELT CAMP ! NO. 1, S. W. V. Meets everv gecond sea-on at .Nevvt'ort i'i:.li::L' ni as badlv wrecked a - t he v ict itn of snrgrv. the i di v si, -a I and m-en mure the ;,'ea-nre ot' en'arged metsta! hortr We plan to o,x ,. an and ; :ti'd aiiti-eptic surgery hist on mo m h.novy. the doctor- operated ri'ht eft. The widow of one poor chan r .l t . -i , . i 1 ' : lourin datura ay ot each month! i.ut ,.n his tombstone; in Waverley Hall, corner: I a ',i,'ti,iv of my detir husband. Bethel and Hotel steers, at ',-:i.. ,., ):,) his sciatic nero. his largo r- . i,,s ear drum, his liver, and his liy order of the Camp Com j '-i; s.-apnhi, and a lee inadvertantly mander, j rea .oved bv a surgeon who was given J. K. BROWN. S ;.. fit- absentmindness.' " Adjutart. 1 - , repay vo on ai! th vatitaoe- ot a m '',! tear, an -ecure to vou ail that an iudeoe d. The lit-- j mid had no income. ! ; e,.ii,.nl fund was used to help t i,d The o-.-ne; a I .fund had no , . i n-e- -,11,1 orner inottey a i coaie- into t :ie t r a -ury. . 'I ,-o aa i-si,aier- code, ted all poss';- ,. t'l'oa the c-t t.ora ; ions. The ,,t.,.,,ii,':i,i jMi.i l iae-a- ( 'it y We-tt'-m I ,-ct to- ;!!- a r.- a - .v ed o 'ay a li- t i .-. e-e i: . on -a r. and in that way j v.-t 'Tiie teiejdaine companies w , re :,--ked t. i mi pon - a ret w n e-. in'her'o lltey had not pain a ! ,.o- oi' th-dr earnltis to the city, j Mi.) jf-J' moie was o'otaiaed. Mer- j naitts u,,, conducted more than I -e- h as real estate ami ttistir- rcd to pav licenses otv Send n i postal and we will gi you a pric on window cleaning and janitor work HONOLULU -ALGII IllflUUi! mnrlMiilU I. II Between Brewery and Lumbal Yard. 417 tjueen Street. : v a i i c !, s. l.ef, ti 111 were re, cared tor viei. i , ., ' . t ..!! .t..., were . nl-ec-e. i i i ti o-.oeen s are ma.e. tile our un'ix . i . ' I are at hand to carry them oat. Your! If one vi-it did mo Uet t lm ''cense i ticket taken, you have nothing n ..r.' t tax tb Hector went again and again. !.!., Nevertheless v..u travel with v m r , l-'fotn ! he o,a-na : I on t a ujv t-, !a st night I own family and friends. Tie- pr -rnm s-.V-.Too had b. i . , ,. i ' .. ', I,, b.-.-i mole tor vou, oui vou are i i.i FOR CHILDREN New, Attractive BOOKS AND PUZZLES BROWN & LYON CO., LTD. Fraternal Meetings HONOLULU SCOTTISH THISTLE I CLUB. Meets every seond and f Mirth ri days in the nionta p.t H o'clvk. in 1 ' Rooms 11 and 12, Alexander Yoon-.' HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO.l I. O E M BttildinR' taj i?TTrv eta .... . -er; first and Ur?a- V.1AVr'':, T- i ' A'i--J Thursday 'of each Mrviiiju. reey. S& V,,,,nti, tt i un i .,;.., no'" 1, i't 1 . 1 I tl J t , ......... corner Fort and Beretania dla-tr i ndenem lent tn if vou wcte ma-.ia; :. the :i ri a n gotii-n t s piece by pie, vour-e',f. 'tinmen's tlis a obtained and r. PiO o -. In t hose two de odect ions exceed those f,,r ot vear bv slil.tmn. tin streets. Visiting brothers b-rd dm eordiallv invited to attend, j t n r- e . K. V. TOPI). C. Of K. ; feiic t 'v. A. L. E A KIN, Sachem. , , ,-r. a lOAMTEN COUNCIL NO. 563. Y. M. I. ! Meets every eeeond and fonf h Wed i enday at 7:30 o'clock p. m., in St.1 Louis College Alumni Hail (Dreier Hall), Union street. Visiting member" j are always welcome. HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. O. E. i t r . I). Inf. 1". I ( i , rresi tent. t, . . , . ., , rr n o'cntiviv ! Ktf . ! in their ha : Vi ' l) 'mg street, near t ort l THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. The Honolulu branch c this society meets in the Kilohana Art Leag-ie building on Miller street, ground floor, very Wednesday evening at 7:30 Visitors are cordially welcomed. i n.e ,.f t ne i,r.. !.-! - cin,-etts Institute of Technojogy :, , a ' h- r ma' t hrn-t . tho t h-r co t t a i ,i ! i ' e , a rv t c m b-n c , es of oar 11, was b-ctailag ot he doaies-i,. t : o a-h t -s w i s el, r. i-t an ong ti1,' ami tn -ta'o-i-d. as .... , io,-. the r:c- ..f a nnr Tans tie- .citv i as been kept within income ana met its expenses. Be fore an . ;,eiise was contracted by iitiv a'mr co m 'n i .--'oners t ae commissioner I ,' Unam-o was a -; d t , d . I'.v working ( i.-r i'ne city. Mr. t rcou promises,! ,v:': be i; tcsi'ioe a,'l year to go ahead ! md a ah.- e any i'-i.ro. em. a'- winch it j DOLLS and NOVELTIES FOR CHRISTMAS GIVING AT EHLERS. a v . -a r. 'I ne had a:- in a At tro lm i i h ' 1 v ' r y Friday evening. n 'he in. Visiting brothers are a-1 the cordially invited to at- i d -m'.;i 'end. " 1 M-rve.l P, I). POUCH ERTY, i - . i.M ti E. R. t m uoM-i. d A GFO T. KLUEGHL, S-cv. 1 vi I'd of t', tail d'- d t .".an- at tn d 1 o m. t, n 1 lecl nvr. ' cunt a t,-. 1 details ,.f i be mod-- ra I'lless it be tn the tomb a b,n the V 4 W I d n. c "t 'St - V Calendars Exquisite X-mas Calendars Holi day Souvenirs. Hawaii & South Seaa Curio Co. Young Bldg. At Auction MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, tJ at 10 o'clock a. m.. at grounds adjoining onartorm. office. Hotel street, ifack of ! Sf grounds, we nrP JhV M. N. Falls. onnrtPrmoD. tt I ri sell on above date af ? 2 i,,1p. iJUUUe " 2 boilers (tin), 7 covers 34 flies (assorted). 2 S. S. harness, surrey. oo jeet nose (rubber) "fi r,oJlnl,. o puuvni,, rauges (army) I 2 Jents (storage), 5 tents (hospital! 1 tent (wall). 2 tent. fl;00 LJlK 6 tent flies (hospital) V 1 tent fly (wall). 1 wagon (escort). JAS. W. PRATT, AUCTIONEER For Rent To a responsible tenant, a tomMr furnished honsn of norW j;.:.. .1 kitchen, lartre veranda fnn , O - IKUII and bath on second floor; electrie li etc.; large grounds; servants' etc. PRATT, THE LAND MAJ. For Rent A new. mosonito-Tirnnf onttisa J car line at Kaimuki; large yard; C peronthPossm QUICK REPAIRS Broken lenses replaced quick BC accurate work. Special lenses ground to ordet Broken frames repaired A. N. Sanford Optician. Boston Building ... rort fc Over May & Co. A . BLOM DRY 600DS Fort St.Opposite Catholic enure. POPULAR HOTELS IN JAPAN. MIYAKO HOTEL KYOTO NARA HOTEL. Nara near Kf GONTKAI HOTEL 1st,, near fir ii! 9, Hnmnanv. it Cation i . sir.ni iii uuiiiiitiiiii ENGINEERS AND MAt-flIia ... ... . r, nharMial irlH" teel tubea. General ibio Received by S. S. Wittla NEW LINGERIE Gown Now Shown at MRS. ZEAVE'S Phone 3008. Rooms C7-C8 Young Buildup tt' - y o"e ex it tie i -' ri ,-t - in-,!.-. ;d to,--.- ,,.. : citv. but s r,., ai i ' i hide- tho-e ; .... ;,;ist .tan tl.e !' t, a n.-i-t m.iti wi'l be tin easier r' ae of t he j,in tail duck. ' ' Mr. tare- n beiiev 5 he Star Dyeing and Cleaning Shop Kl Beretania Street, near Alakaa Telephone 1182.. MAKAI SIDE OF STREET ff-,Enfi-fon with the place aerfjti tt street. GEORGE A. MARTIN Fashionable Tailor Renear Co., ALGAROBA BEAN JWILLS Distilied Water Ice Oahu Ice & Electric pbon Bal i -0.