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AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY.
UtfBlft Mfc-""I " 'i' HftOKVi"- vl 585 BXS9niiiinniHB wi ll, 0TW' f&sm WELA KA HAO SALOON "The Favorite." W. M. CUNNINGHAM, PKOPKIEIOR, Choice Wines and Liquors. AND ty keantifui eaideorfar Waialua i now ojset?, rjc af-forcH the. bciractorrynwiatiorA fortounltt -;iicl other! (eekin health and reacifion. .. .The Hotel i jarryfhed fah0 with, fh,e'nt" rroderr crcrMerce ,vitV2 iiiowrxicciricJ43ni parv ana vv&ier ot irjt- Home Bakery Cafe The Only First-Class American Restaurant in the City. Cafe Open from 6 a. m. till Midnight BUSINESS LUNCH, from ll p. in. till 2 p. in. 35 Cent DINNKR, Iroin 5 to 7 p. m 50 Cents 527-529 FORT STREET. HONOLULU. PurBBt Can be in quantities to bint- nf PlJPB Fresh California Fruits in sea- DliVB son. You j;et the best of DH . . . eveiythin; when you trade at California Fruit Market Corner King and AUkca Streets- Metropolitan Meat (Jo. 108 King Street. G. J. WALLER, : : Manager. Wholesale and Retail , , S XT T'O 13L E SI S AND NAVY -::- CONTRACTORS CI.AUS SPRFCKKI.S W.M. Ci. IRWIN Claus Spreokels & " Co., BANKERS, HONOLULU, II. I. San Francisco Agents: The Nevada National Bank oi San Francisco. THE Queen Hotel Nuuanu Street. Best Family Hotel in Honolulu. On Honolulu's Main Residence Thoroughfare ROOMS BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH. Rates for Board and Lodging: $2.00 per day. S10.00 per week. S35 to $40 per month. V O Uux 749 Telepluine8o9. The Oahu Railway Affords Tourists and others an opportunity to view unequalled variety of Scenery, Leaving Honolulu and pass ing through rice fields, the traveler skirts the great in land waters of Pearl Harbor in sight of charming distant mountain iews, often span ned by many rainbows. The mountains luither on crowd the railway close to the ocean, li. !'. Dim. ingham, General Manager Here and there deep valleys, guarded by high mountain sides almost perpendicular, give sun and clouds an op portunity to display wonder lul combinations ol light and shad ,w on the varied greens and browns ol the landscape. Along the line are situated the ('. P. Di-nison, uperinti-ndeiit. most productive sugar planta tions in the world, each -representing an investment?. 'pi millions of dollars, so vastjSfe ihe agricultural operations, their pumping plants equalling those of the greatest cities, and mills producing hundred of tons of sugar daily. F, C. Smith, ,. (ienl. I'ass & Tki. Agl ':. b -g.L'jW' jGjE