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THE HONOLULU REUBLICAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY. 3- 9-
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Board Unitedly Declared for
Publicity In All Its
Transactions.
XEWALO REMAINS USTODGHED,
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QeStlOa Of IiYeSllgaUOH 01 Dirty
Fiblic Wash Hoases
Is Deferred.
Two Mew Physicians Granted Per
nttssTon to Practice Medicine in
'the Territory Yesterday's Meet-1
log Was Very Brief and Unevent
f Maul's Hospital Prospers.
The auesUo of Kirlna; publicity to
M from local business concerns j
was aal Ih-ou1 up in an lofornial!
nuiRNer at la rwcuUr meeting of!
the Territorial IVmrd of Health held
yesterday afternoon, at the office of
IfcecuUve OHieer ITatL ,
The mooted nlon originate by.
the receipt of a communication fronij
Benson. Smith Drug Co., druggists.)
who nwiaeaUd the Hoard to withhold
ikelr bid for drugs and medieal sup!
pMef submitted before that body
some months ngo from the general
public The firm claimed that com-p-tins,
arm were deslroub of aecur-i
lag the figure as a basis for future
ienlierS.
At the laat meeting cf the Health
Hoard the request of the Benson.
Smith Drag Oo. was denied, and the'
Board unanimously went on record!
OUU Ui nrr h ... . ,
Ut to the letting of contracts for.
Mpplies w a public niatter. and
-hculd be placed at the dipol of(
All intereated.
Competitors Secure Figures.
The matter was Introduced by. Dr. i
C B. Cooper yesterday in that he
stated he had been informed by the
dma firm that the representative of
h competitor had visited the olllee of
the Board of Health and had com
pleted an exact copy of the price list
and At-ures Included in the tender
submitted by the Uenson, Smith Drug
Co. In their last Wd for medical sup
plies. Dr. Cooper claimed that the
Brut greatly disliked their figures be
raathur the nroiMTty of another, os-
pedatly wheu engaged In the hnnie.
Hue of busl&ess. ;
Dr. Cooper mated that while he be-i
lie red the Hoard of Health had noth
ing to keep Secret in the making of
contract, nevertheless he thought
that a competing lirm should not be.
permitted to take figures from the
bids on tie in the ofllce. j
Attorney General Dole stoutly
maintained that figures and all such,
. . .! ........ kr
iniormailO wrr yuptic .v .a.-
ter the reuulred time limit. He fall
ed to ee where any injustice had
been dose In the premises. .
Information Should be Public. '
"Our aettoos must be subjected to.
the closest scrutiny in all matters." ,
Mfisrc
insisted Mr. Dole. "Supposing access .win carry something of a novelty in
to court flies, was denied the puU;ic,tiie avo 0r Hawaiian wood. About
either ta perwm or through the me- sevon tons of it Js lltIn& put on
dtutn of the dally newspapers, think , ., , . , . , ,
, ,. , , , , . . , , .board the vessel. -The wood, which
of the deplorable state of affairs .
which would speedily ensue. Thei,s aH k(m- is to bo mai,e mto f,,rn!"
IMIe should be allowed to know just turo. calabashes and other articles.
viMit is goto on. who the successful The exportation of Hawaiian wood
bidders are. and what the Territory , is practicnlly a new industry. The
us required to pay for Its supplies. fRme and beauty of tne koa has
We have granted authority to any' "
newspaper publishing
the figures.
tousequently how can we restrict the
privilege to thoe who happen to be.
eecacd as rival la the drug busi-1
nets. I do not see how we can do :
otherwise than let matters stand as!
they are." j
Attorney General Dole's sentiments
the eadorseaietit of President
SfOF!cett. Ir. Cooper withdrew his
tlectio, and the incident was
asjain considered closed.
Session Was Brief.
Contrary to expectations the fright
ful coaitUoH of Kewalo's defective
drateage system was not taken up.
The unsanitary wash houses uader
irot of the government located at
Iwllei were also Ignored. These mat!
tiers however may be discussed before
the body upon the return of Health
Otileer Dr. J. S. 1L Pratt, who is now
way on a buiaees trip to Kauai.
Mrs. Leleo Mitlkna submitted a pe-
tftwu requesting the privilege of
nsnrnp aer ausoaau. now connneu at ,
:b Leer Settlement on Molokai. ,
. w puuvu bticy .we w
nan. ur piace proTweu sae compiieo
ith the health regulations governing'
ww ..-r t
Mica uuiffr. i
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t New Physicians Admitted. ;
ueorge i nrfwfe, caairman oi ,
the Territorial Board of Medical Ex-
rirs favorably reported upon the
applicatte rt Dr. G.. East, a grad-
-e 01 tae aiau. uniersiij oi jowa.
vho desks tp practice medicine ini
the Hawallanlslands. Dr. East was!
forr1y a resident of Rising City.
?
Dr C A. AHanburger of SheJbyJ
Neb. and a graduate of Rush Medi-'
cal College. Chicago, was also Issued
a liras to practice medicine
The semi-monthly report of Plumb
ing Issp'K'tor Keein? was accepted.
It read as follow:
Nnmoer of plans Sled. 35: permits
issued. 43: Inspections made, 134;
1 final rerMScates issued, SS. and sew-
er connections made, SO.
MalulanI Hospital.
In the report of Malulanl Hospital
at Waiiuku. Maul, it was stated that
ZT-Z&FSZZ
! for the year from plantation patients
was $ 10D.se : ward patients. J146.6;
; private patients, IC2.50; operations,
SSS; Latin board. US; the total re
ceipts for the ye&r "being IS5S.50; the
i expenditures were reported as $466.-
48. A cash balance of 5110 5 was
' j frbown to exist on January 1st. 1&02.
The average number of inra&tes
ioBd in the institution throughout
the year was IS. Twenty-seven were
admitted. 23 discharged, and 4 died.
The committee appointed to look
into the matter of palai transporta
tion had nothing to report, hence the
securing of a vessel to call at Maui
ports for taro and transporting the
Mini'' to the Leper Settlmnt on Mo
lokai was ordered carried over until
another meeting.
LARGE "AT HOME" OF
KILOHANA LEAGUE
MANUSCRIPT FOR COMPETITION
Names of Successfuj Competitors to
be Glven and winn,n9 Essa
Story and Poems Read Aloud by
Miss Cartwright.
The literary circle of the KHohana
Art League will glvo an "at home"
In the rooms of the League in the
Progress block, on Saturday night, at
' k o'clock, at which will be read the
j manuscripts which have received
firt mnnllnn on1 r n.lHrinnnl tho
first mention, and
pom which received second mention
. in the literary competition recently
held. They will be read aloud by
Miss Elizabfth Cartwright. The
w b ag follows;
EssavFr.t Imprcsslons of Mat.
tfcew. JJaMlpl R
(FJrst Inoution)
. f.
, '"'" " .
! (Second mention).
Story Father Francis.
(First mention).
Akuas X
I'oems-
Canoe Song X
(First mention).
The names .of the 'authors receiv
ing first and second mention will be
given out before the reading.
The committee making the arrange
ments for the event has, by request,
laid the time, in the evening instead
of in the afternoon as has previously
been the case with the League's "at
homes." as the coming one will prob
ably be quite a social event.
Light refreshments will be served
at small tables presided over by the
following ladles. Mrs. M
Mrs. V. G. Smith, Mrs. W
M. Scott,
F. Frear.j
Mrs. V. W. Hall, Miss Burbank and
Mrs. S. Kinney.
KOA WOOD FOR THE COAST.
o N r,,t, w!1. T,w nin nerUtnari
of Hawaiian Hard Wood.
TM 1 l.nl!..A C XT ft...1 S -... '
wie uurivi-uuue a. ix. t.isuu it .m
the berth for San Francisco, and will'
probably sail by the .end of the week.!
Besides her usual load of sugar, she )
SRECLA1, ATTRACTIONS OF.FEEED BY
DIFFERENT BUSINESS HOUSES'
See classified
advertisement for
horses, carriages.
( sale of cottago:
etc
Stnd your work to the Sanitary
Stoam Laundry 'f you want satisfac
tion.
Ladles fine underwear, skirts, etc..
made to order. L. J. Sun, Nnuanu
j avonuo.
' A portable railway for sale, thirty
1 tnd thirty-six inches gunge track.
H - Hackfel1' & Co.
A pure grape juice drink Is "Ko-
' tnrtl ntif ir r-ltr hi- frV. r,ncril5ilit.
4UV. I'"' ) 'J .' "C W"-W...
ed Soda Water Works Co.
Primo Lager is pronounced by
prominent medical authorities as ab-
solutely the best tonic known.
U5e your phono, our number is
,,, ,171 nLrt onr snno!,i.!,c are
..w v-t U - .-----w
fresh cream.
butter and milk. The
gj. r)ajry
v ". J . . ,4 ,
Use the Ready Rock Asphalt Roof
, ...
B5 on a11 buildings, makes them wa-
tnishl and ,,,, Tha Hawaiian
Trading Co.
There are no two opinions as to
tae mer5ts of oar aew ca;dv gtore a
candies deUcfoas and 3 WaM
Ntchots COt ud.
,.
,ar '" of hKf. saddlery and
tn , tre " ? ?''
good reiwlring work doiu Fred Philp
1i" KlaE 6trt
Our furniture 6tore is a good place
reached the coast, and an enterpris
ing manufacturer has decided to try
It as an experiment. The big logs
will take all the spare room on deck
and will be solidly lashed. They
came recently from Hawaii on one of
the steamers.
BLAST OF DYHiMITE
PRODUCED STONY HAIL;
CARELESS JAPANESE ARRESTED
Coral Rock Sent Skyhigh Descended
-w . u eiuu. .t
Through the Skylight of -
polltan Meat
Market Serious
Consequences Narrowly Averted.
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Careless Japanese contractors, who ,
have tho excavating of a lot on King
,, , , . ,.
street adjoining the Metropolitan
Meat Company, set off a powerful'
blast of dynamite a boat 10
o'clock
yestercay morning, which sent np a
nnantltv of coral to a creat height
The rock descending crashed through
1 the skylight and into the private ot-
flee of Manager Waller.
Fortunately no one was present in
the room at the time. The result
of the blast caused a brief hail of
assorted sized stones to fall upon the
mnf in n nnmiwr nf inst.iTiws hfv
'. ,k. i. .. ..! - ..nK
went through the various skjrliBlu
uu piwiunu a. uan ui iuui..rrjcu ;uaa
about the meat market.
Many panes of glass were broken
in consequence. The racket occa
sloned by the explosion attracted the ;
attention of passers-by among whom i
was Capuiin Parker of the police j
force. He promptly arrested Moriml
to iwaDa anu Lnuoawara wno
ed to this branch of excavating, and
took them to the police station where
they were charged with common nuis
ances, their ball being fixed at $50.
The police department has repeat
edly received complaints of a similar
nature ccming from Japanese who
are from time to time conducting i
blasting operations in different parts I
of the city. The men in charge of
such work are perfectly familiar with
the methods employed in the pre
ention of danger from falling rock.
..,, ., ..BiBa mm ,i- iv Tr
That the provisions laid down by Ter
ritorial ordinances are violated is in
most cases not due to ignorance but
to sheer carelessness.
Collapsed Building.
From Brooklyn Life.
"Kape alive Mike: We're rescuin'
ye."
Voice from the debris Is big
Clancy op there wid ys?
"Sure he is."
"Ast him wud he be so kind as
t'step aff the rooins. I've enough
on top av me widout hiin."
Mrs. G.'s Hope.
From the Boston Transcript.
Mr. Griffin Our butcher
thsre's no money in turkey.
says
Mrs. Griffin (at work drawing the ,
Kr"' meres aoout everyming else,
in this one. and I didn't know but I '
might ccme across some money be-'
fore 1 finished. !
j Not Noticeable.
! From the Detroit Free Press.
j Willie Why, Uncle Jake, how you
I must have changed!
- -
unc e Jake What do you mean '
Willie?
"Papa says the other morning you
had a terrible head on you."
Favorable Point.
From the Chicago News. r ""
"WilL there be any honor for th
man who discovers the North pola.'
"Certainly! He will be. a creat lift
saver."
"A life saver?"
"Yes: explorers will cease going
then?"
to drop into when in search of furni
ture or house fittings of any kind.
H. H, Williams. Fort street.
Here's something for the boys you
can get a swell cigar case, ird case
and . a poker set at the Hawaiian
News Co., the very latest styles.
Many weighty cplnlons by promin
ent business men in favor of the new
enclosed type of arc lamps being in
stalled by the Hawaiian Electric Co
Our Eureka Wickless Soves arc
just the thing for this country, quick
odorless and give out no heaL Come
and see oae. The Hawaiian Hard
ware Co.
Chinamen are good washermen
but they kill a shirt before its life is
half lived. Send yours, to the Sanitary
Steam Laundry and you'll have nicer
shirts fcr less money.
Old Blackstone Whiskey is a house
hold name across the water, it is only
lately that it has made its appearance
here. For sale by Jos. H. Hartmann
& Co. Ltd. Bethel street.
Om chocolate suppers about .11 p
m. wnen the theater gets out are, oe-'
comin? quite fashionable. Drop in
srme evening; and see your friends.
Hart A- Co.. Elite building.
It ir -'the widow's mite" thst is the
begirnlng and foundation of a sub
star dal bank accounL Leave your
snare money in our care at 4 per
cent Interest.. Bishop & Co- Bankers.
. Bishop & Co.,
ADVERTISED LETTERS.
Remaining in the Honolulu Postoffic
Up to January 18. 1S03.
Allen, Mrs Miner, Goo Jr
Anne, John F Mitchell. Lewis M
Atkinson. H W Miles, C E
Ayres. Mrs T E Morse. Miss L E
Barnhelsel. Grace Murphy. Thos
j Beaumont, Jule Mcintosh. G
j Bernard, ilrs S McCouaghy, Jso
Beck, Martin
HcDougaL W P
- ,,,
Pratt, Frank
Patsn. Annie
Pettus, T H
Pickard. Mary K
Porter, H G
Poter, Jos
I Bender, Ella
' Bowen, Mrs. G
j Boyle, Mrs R A
Brunald. Jacob
; Burnham, Dr
Powell, E
Brunley, Mrs it BRandall, Wn A
Brown, J Rankin, Guv
; Brown. Mrs John Reach. M C
Carroll. Capt F WRoberts, Clarence
Cambell, M
Sanford. Mrs G H
Chapman, J
Shoemaker, Mrs L
Smith. Jas K
Spencer. G K
Steele. Miss A
Steward. Mrs C
Summers, Mrs A
Travis, J S
Thompson, Thos
Toyre. Thos E
Toemis, L
Von Gunther, W
"Wallace, John
Christley, Thos
Christopner,
Louisa
Clark. AI
Connon. Geo W
Co,e Reginald j
(2)
Cole. Geo W
Collins Mrs C A
rollins Mrs K
(
, Cole.
Mrs
Socket: .Mrs MoHIeWarran Thos
Davis, Mrs D D
Walton, H P
Walters, Mrs G
! uawson, j u
! uecKtT ,v a
"Waikamllo Camp ,
Whitney, Sadie M ,
rennjs Eva H
' Edwin, Peter
Faney Joseqh
' French, Ethel
i Grewt, Henry
White, Wm D
White, Chas E
Williams.
Mr and Mrs F
Green, Mrs Porter Wilson, J H
Hancockj M E Packag'es
HalveJSOn. C (2)
Hardee, M
t Haber, J (2)
I Hall Mrs Maria
Andrew, Mrs S J
Berry. H W (2)
Brown. Clara L
Bush, Carrie
Clark, Mrs M E
Cooke, Jennie
Cooper, F F (2)
Collins, Jack
Connor. H V
riermance, jos
jines l!LF E
jWjfn j q
,' Ur,,
Jacobson. Fred
auenu-jjensen iJrs peter Conrod. Geo
Jephson, Mr Dert, Mrs M
Judd. Mrs Bonnie Hight. Harry
Kenna, Mrs
Johnson. Thos
Kennedy, Mrs A
Kinney, C
Kidder, C
Kinney, Ruben
Jacobus, Myra
Kennedy. Mrs
Knight, Hary
Laurence. Florence
Lang, John A
Lundohl, C B
Metcalf, Helen
Kidder, Joseph
KHtz Admiral
Klitz, Maj Gen
Knight, H W
Mitchell, Douglas
Lamb, Miss XE2 O'Connor, Mrs NT
Lewis,
Master M Richard, Geo (2)
! LonS -Mrs G A
'Los. James
Simpson, Nellie E
Stewart, Gilchrist
St Leon. Miss
Ward, Arthur F
Webster, A M
Wheeler, Mrs H
Meese,
Constant
(2)
Miles, Chas E
Miles, A
When calling for these letter please
ask for "Advertised."
JOS. M. OAT, Postmaster.
Call up Pnone -19 ann zet our figures
on Bookbinding and Itulin?. Republican
I When the Clock
i Strikes Nine
Every morning begins the race
San Francisco to Chicago
of the
California
Limited...
ATA THE
m
ONLY 4 DAYS TO HEW YORK.
Offices:
-641 Market Street
and Ferry.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Santa lie
Leave Market Street Ferry Depot:
9:00 a. m.,
a. m.
4.20 p. m., S p. m., 7:20
9:00 a. m. train Is the . California
Limited, carrying Palace Sleeping
Cars and Dinlg Cars through to Chl
igo. Chair Cars run to Bakersfleld
for accommodation of local first-class
passengers. No second-class tickets
are honored on this train. Correspond
ing train arrives 7:05 a. m.. daily.
4:20 p. m. is Stockton, Merced and
Fresno local. Corresponding train ar
rives at 12:30 p. m.. daily.
S:00 p. m. is the Overland Express,
with through Palace and Tourist
Sleepers and Free Recllnig Chair
Cars to Chicago: also Palace Sleeper
which cuts out at Fresno. Correspond
ng train arrives at 6rOQ p. m.. daily.
7:20 a." m. Is Bafkersfield Local, stop
jing at all points In San Joaquin Val
ley. Corresponding' train arrives at
:40 a. ra.. daily.-
OFFICES 641 Market SL. and
Ferry Depot, San Francisco.
W. G. IRWIN & CO.,
Agen t, Honolulu.
Jn
Keep
Eealoiy
BY DRINKING
Cream of Chocolate
A pure beverage of great benefit
to invalids and children.
YOU CAN GET IT AT
Salter's Grocery
ORPHEUM BLOCK.
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The Complete Process
1 of repaintine a carriage necessi
tates sometimes the patting on
of as many as 16 COATS of
Lead Paint, Filling Paint, Color
Paint and Rubbing- Varnish, and
only then is it ready for the final
STBJPIXG.
AH Carriages
that are brought to ns go through
all this ad more, the old paint
is bnrut oiT and every three coats
of lead are pumice stoned oif
smooth and when we let it go out
of the Shops you could not tell
it from a new one.
Bring in Your Old Looking
Chariot and Have it Resurrected.
W. W. WRIGHT,
CARRIAGE MANUFACTURER
King Street
Wmiirwin&Co
-LIMITED-
REFLXED SUGARS
Cube and Granulated.
PAIUELNE PALNT COS
Paints, Compounds and Bnlldlnf
Papers.
PAINT OILS,
Lucol Raw and Boiled.
Linseed Raw and Boiled.
MDUJME
Water-proof Cold-water Paint, in
side and outside: in white and
colors.
"TTTTHDrPTT TTT'TDQ
J.' .LULJLJLJJ-ZJLUJ..lO I
Alex. Cross & Sons high-grade
Scotch fertilizers, adapted for
sugar cane and coffee.
N. Ohlandt &. Co.'s chemical Fer-!
tilizers and finely ground Bone
meal. t
STEAM PIPE COVERING,
Reed's patent elastic section
pipe Covering.
FILTER, PRESS CLOTHS,
Linen and Jute.
CEMEXT. LDIE & BRICKS
Agents For
WESTERN SUGAR REFINING GO.,
San Francisco, CaL
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, j
Philadelphia, Pa., U. S. A.J
NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO., 1
(Manf. "National Cane Shredder" I
Newark, U. S. A.
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1
OHLARDT & CO.,
San Francisco. Cal
1
RISDON IRON AND LOCOMOTIVE;
WORKS. San Francisco, CaLj
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Furniture Work a Specialty.
AH Orders Promptly Executed." v
SING LEE TAI
CARPENTER
CONTRACTOR
PAINTER
Honolulu, h. 1.
54S King Street
Sua Wins Lnns Co.
"b LU"&
K. YAU TOUNG. Manager.
Corner Alakea & King Sts.
:RUITS and FRESH OYSTERS
by avery boat.
KONA COFFEE,
KONA BUTTER.
,GUAVA JELLY.
Goods Delivered Free.
ClUIDfB PRESS FOB SUE
A CYLINDER PRESS, in good con
dltion Just the Press for a Weekly,
Paper. Will be sold at a Bargain. j
Apply at REPUBLICAN OFFICE.'
REMEMBER !
E. I.
REMEMBER !
Is Still On.)
REMEMBER !
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THE advertiser's best friend Is the rnedlem through
which ho obtains the biggest returns for his money.
One medium which Is used .by advertisers to a great
extent Is the circular or booklet. The circular or
booklet la always ineffective, unless It is very handsome
handsome enough to attract the eyo of tho man to whom It
1? sent, no matter how busy he may be. A booklet hand
some enough to do this almost always costs from three to
four rents apiece. There is the mailing to count In (two
cents a copy, of course); there Is the trouble la getting a list
of names, and In addressing. Altogether the coat will figure
up to about seven cents a copy for a good booklet. Two
thousand circulation In a booklet Is very" large. Two thou
sand circulation at seven cents Is $140. I propose to show
that you can Invest 5140 in newspaper space and got returns
five fold of whHt you would got through a booklet.
'A"
$
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Newspaper Space Is Valuable
In the first place, there Is the cost. For $140 you can get
a good-sized space in a newspaper of good circulation for
quite a long time. You know your newspaper rates; you can
figure it out to suit your own instance much better than I
can. So much for cosL
K
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Now for Effectiveness
You must tell your customers how much your goods are
going to cost. An advertisement without a price 1b Hke meat
without salt it will do you no good. How can you put
prices in a booklet when you are doing a strictly retail busi
ness? You have competitors; you have to change your
prices constantly to meet theirs, and to meet other exi
gencies. The first change of a price will kill the effective
ness of a booklet, and where aro you? Your advertisement
in a newspaper may ba changed as many times as you da
sire. You are constantly up-to-date.
S The Newspaper Is Effective
?
Any kind of a newspaper has more circulation than you
can obtain through a booklet for $140. Newspapers reach
the heart of the home. Every one reads them, and they are
far more certain to obtain close attention than any printed
matter which you would send. If you sent printed matter
of your own accord to persons wlio do not know you. you
would be putting yourself face to face with them without a
guarantee. They have nothing to judge the quality of your
goods by, and they can only take what you say on our own
paper and In your own war. Anybody can say as much as
they please.
When your matter appears in a newspaper of good circu
lation and good standing, the newspaper Js a guarantee for
what you say. Newspapers are always particular as to whom
their advertisers are. (I speak of good newspapers always.)
Your ads will gain a value besides their Inherent one. They
will be vouched for, and this Is not to be despised. Too
have a certain fluctuating trade, which Is always valuable.
and which needs seme sort of an introduction to your store.
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a; This introduction the newspaper gives you.
A'
I Good Paper Adds Dignity
. You are la. 0573 ny th company you keep, you know,
A and if your ads appear in a paper wh'cli holds Itself up be-
fore the masses as a leader, you will be known as a patron
of what Is good, and you will obtain trade from those whom
a It is worth trading with.
' On all scores I consider newspaper advertising by far
the best On the score of cheapness; on the score of being
able to constantly change your announcements; on the score
of direct and immediate returns; and on tho score of befog
Introduced to people, to strangers, as a store which can af
ford to announce its news to every one in a dignified and
straightforward' manner, and this Is the manner which brings
trade that pays.
FRANKLIN BURNHAM,
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The above article, written by one of the best-Informed
advertising men In the country, is In line with the business
policy advocated and maintained bv THE HONOLULU RE
PUBLICAN. His description of a good newspaper and lt3
superior merits aa : advertising medium fa distinctly appli
cable to an essentially reliable and dignified family paper of
targe circulation, such as THE REPUBLICAN.
'3Cc--c-:'::ccKcrcc-r::;c'
The Union Express Co.,
nir ... p n 11
Office with EveaiHR Bulletin.
1 1U King Street
Telephonb 8b
We move safes, pianos and furniture
We haul freight and lumber.
We sell black and white sand.
We meet all incoming coast steamers,
We check baggage on all outgoing
teamers.
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RYAN & DEMENT, Prop.
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Fine Bath House.
Fine Barber House.
Fine Imported Cigars,
Fine Boot Polish Stand

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