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NOLULU, Hi T., FRiDAY, MAY 3,- 1001.- '
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IS ASSURED BY
The Latest Improved
Experienced and Com
We employ the most improved methods and are fully
EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
DOMESTIC OR GLOSS FINISH
FOR SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Special Attention paid to
Silks, Flannels, Etc.
SANITARY STEAM L4UNDRY
Tel. Main 73. Laundry, Kawalahao 8t
Up Town Office in the OLD ELITE PREMISES, Hotel St.
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. GooU Gheere ?
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-a-wrav -rV',,-'VS 1., I
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish (
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
(ty Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR 8AL5 AT
Hawaiian Opera House
Opera - Company
" FRA D1AV0L0"
"NEXT TUESDAY, MAY 7,
STAHL'S OUIFNTAL OPERA
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Koirl a Pfltnfl ''
PRICES SOc, 61.00, 8 1. BO.'
SEATS AT WALL, NICHOLS 4 CO.
(M. A, OXOV)
Tha RinowneJ Travtl.r, Writer and Entertainer,
Humorous Illustrated Stories
MRS. BAINBRIDfiE (nonort Trinity Cillete anj
R&) al Acadrmy ot MuaiC. Loniun) will rlay tda raoat
dltficult n jmbera of tha lamoua matterl.
Under AuspUcs ol Y. Al. C.'A.
An evening cil Pattiot anj Mirlft Strance
ani Welr4 Experlencea In Foreign LanJa.
Frltlayr May 3, 8 p. m.
TICKETS 10 CENTS.
On Sale al Wall. Nlclwlt SiCo.lonl at Y. M C. A
KING BROS, beg to announce
that they are now prepared to fill
nil orders for the Panorama Views
"Bird's Eye View of Honolulu" and
t- .J-'f "
-'s"L'-ri' IfrTI'M '
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel, 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Tejephone 379,
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND PILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT I'AIN by our late
scientific metlioj applieJ to the Rums. No
sleen- roJuclne agents or cocalr.e.
These are the onlv dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APl'LIANCl'S
and ingredients to extract. Till and apply
cold crowns and (orcelaln crowns unde
tectable from natural teeth, and warranted
for ten years, WITHOUT THELE.ST I'AIN.
All wotk done by GRADUATED DENTISTS
of from 12 to 20 gears' experience, and each
department In charge of a specialist. Give
us a call, and you will find us to '.a exact
ly as we advertise. We will tell you In
advance exactly what your work will cost
by a FREE EXAMINATION
Set Teeth $5 00
Gold Crowns .$5.0O
Gold Filling.. SI 00
Silver Fillings SOc
Our name alone will be a Kuarantee that
your worK will De or tne best,
New York Dental Parlors,
ROOM 4, IUTI BUILDINO.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
On 75 horse-power Babcock &
' Wilcox water tube boiler, com
plete, with stack, smoke connec
tions, damper, etc., etc. (New.)
One Self Sustained Steel Stack,
133 Inches In diameter at base, 93
Inchef In diameter at top, 125 feet
Also on hand a large stock of
Small Pumps for all services.
Henry K, Worthington
and Fort Streets.
P. O. Box 101,
BViBtti.t iw. Ill Ijf
Weather Bureau, I'unnhoii, Mny 3,
Temperature Morning minimum,
TO; Midday maximum, 81.
Barometer at 9 a. m, 29.93.
Dew Point 69F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 75 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, May 3.
Weather, clear; wind light, SE.
Thursday, May 2.
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, from Koo
Friday, May .
O & O S S Coptic, Rlnder, from the
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, from Maul.
Stmr James Makee.Tullett, from Kapaa.
Thursday, Miy 2.
Stmr Mlkahala, Gregory, for Makaweli
O & O S S Doric, Smlth.for the Orient
Am bk Kliklta-, Cutler, for the Sound
Ffldav. Mav i.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmehon, Irom Kona
U S S Solace) Wlnslow, for Manila via
From Maul ports, per striir Claudlne,
May 3 J VI Uowsett. wlte and 3 children
Rev U P Emerson. Miss Maczown. PR
Helm, J J Sullivan, A H Wanner, VY L
Monsarrat, G J Moore, A T R Jackson, A
Newhouse, T Bolsse ler, E Stopp. A Weill,
Geo Barker, wife, 2 children and servant,
Mrs Pa, Mrs L Self, Rev D Kaal, W Ka
al, Mrs K Kaaua and chllJ, Hev L K Ka
kanl, wife and 3 children, MrsJardlm,
Mss Jardlm. Mrs FFernandes, CHolte, E
J Cotton, P E Richardson, Jno Richard
son and 32 deck.
Frjm Kami, per stmr James Makee.
May 3-H H Williams, II Press, J Hosle
auJ 4 on deck.
For Maul and Kona ports, per stmr
Mauna Loa, May 3 S M Kanakanul. W
Farrouth, H W Knight, Lottie Cowan,
Miss 1 Marcus, Mts J Dwlght, James On
Tal, Col S Morris, Miss Wassman, Miss
Alice Beard. Mrs S Green, Cipt J H Har
rison, Mts J F Eckirt, Julun Monurratt,
Geo Clark, Mr Steward, Hirry. Warren,
Nellie Foley, W H Cro?er, Master EcUhart.
The Mariposa from San Francisco Is due
early in the morning, .yy
'The sallins of the steamer Claudlne set
for tomorrow, has bten postponed until
The schooner L. D. Foster w.ts towed
from Kalulul to sea by the Claudlne on
The Mauna Loa was late In setting
away. Sh left at 12:15 o'clock, taking
an Immense freight.
The steamer James Makecnrrlved from
Kapaa this morning. She brought 2800
bigs M. S. Cos. sugtr for the Tlllle E.
The coal vessels Woolahra and Robert
Searles are discharging at uptwon wharts
The Palmyra started In discharging at
Navy dock this afternoon.
The following cargo arrived In the
Claudlne from maul this morning t 9000
nags sugar, ioz nags corn, es Dags taro, 23
bags tlce, 98 hcgs, 94 pkgs sundries.
The launch Talulu which Is owned by
the Maunalel Sugar Compiny Is to be
brought here The vessel Is to be sold
Smce being built she has been used be
tween Kanuiui and the plantation 01 Lanal
Hotel Band Concert.
Tbe baud will play the following se
lections at a concert on the grounds of
the Hawaiian lintel this evening, begin
ning m 7:30 o'clock:
Overture Kra Dlavolo Aubcr
(5 rand Selection Lucia .... Donizetti
Cornet Solo The Surf ...Stelnbauser
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
(n) Ke Aloha I Illkl Mai, (b) N'a
Mlas J. Kelllaa.
fe) Ho lnon No Walplo, (d) Nanl
Halll I'o i ka Lelitia.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Reminiscences of Offenbach.. ConraiU
Klnnle Itlgolctto Verdi
Waltz Vienna Illood Strauss
March Mny Day ..... Llergcr
Tbe Star Spangled Banner.
Vrhe Urltlsh Parliament has adopted
tbe scheme tu Increase the Income tax.
Notice F. O. E.
There will be a meeting of the FRATER
NAL ORDfcR OF EAGLES In K. of P. Hall.
Fort St , Sunday, May 5th, at 9:30 a. m.
All meniDtrs ars requested to oe present.
l83f-2t T. A. SIMPSON, Sec'y.
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES :-
Hawaii Experimental Station, Honolulu,
H. T May 2, tool. Sealed proposals will
be received here until 12 m May 10, 1901,
for supplying and Installing I pump and
steam 01 gawllne engine, capacity to lift
1000 gal. water per hour, loo feet ; also 2
10.000 eil. redwood water tanks. Infor
mation furnished on application. JARED
G. SMITH. I83f6t
D. P. O. E.
'An Important meeting of HONOLULU
LODGE NO. 616, II. P O. E. will be held
at Harmony Hall. King street, on Satur
day, May 4, tool, at 7:30 o'clock p m.
All Elks are requested to be present.
By order of the E. R.
l3l-2t A. F. IUDD. Secretary.
Attention Co. A.
Every member of this command Is here'
bv ordered to appear at the. drill Shed
this Fr.day evening, May 3rd, to take
part in a
No excuses will-be taken.
H. Kl FMME.
1831 it Capt. Commanding
POLYNESIAN ENCAMPMENT No. 1,
I. 0. 0. F.
'ALL PATRIARCHS ARE REQUEST,
ed to be present at the regular ujeetlng of
the encampment this t-rldiy evening,
Business of great Importance.
WORK IN SHCOND DUMtpC.
Per order of the C. P.
i83'-it , E.L. CUTTING, Scribe.
it. in tht tolmmn will it inttrttJ t
I ttntl hut 0(11 tnuttianl It unit tw
inwhonti 10 ctntl cut uttlt, 40 ttntl tun titikt
tnd to ttntl tnt montb. Ibtt it lit ttttttit 4tr
ttttut tvtr tlftrti tht ptnfitt fit Hdll.
VOUM HOROSCOPE cotrtl toll ty True O.p jv
mrtnna. Ktrfnany it.e. rv mm
mall St ro. Sen
itrt of Mrth aud color of ryt, and ha r.
P. O., Honolulu
PRIVATE NURONC. AND BOARDINO HOME
Chlldnn wll (arJ for. anv art AdJr At
Iclnon. Magoon Dulldlng, Mrthanl Si.
rtvarnR pbppgr roahts a
- fpcclalty. Hot Soup (or funch and dinner and
the tlt cofhlnff in t wn ar t , r tound at MIO'M
I.UNCH ROOMS King atrttt. Pfynnl
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Ttia Union Eser.ii Co
ha. WHITE SAND FOR SAtE mitl
1MNTED-A itconl-hand b'ocle. Addrai
" 11 c, Huiiiin uince.
. attllng frlfa.
JAVTED A fir,t-claa hl-tl
W llrnry WrlM. Mac arnlih. Fort
WANTED Soira Thornuentred Cam Towl Ac
rly 10 Dr, Stoggttt, Prosrta Block. te"efi
oa. m anj t p. rn.
WANTED-A hrlrht woman (anvir. Good
aalarv In ileal party Addrria II II . tljllrt n
WANTED-A firU'dat. taker.
InKland Dak-t), Ho-el St.
XANTED WUh to exchange a lon r'"'ty
" valued at J, ,eoo. win too.i mnmniy income,
for tn daiear ,lofk. Addreia L. T. D.. P. O. Dot.
igo. HonolUiU i i8,t-lw
iSJANTED-Clerklngenta' furnlMnir ttort The
KAiH Co, Ltd,. eianderHolellteet.
llANTEP An rntrr tic UJy. cood talki-r. G)oi
VV rtv to trVM rt ty. Apply at ji Fort t'rett
bfwyn tf ni t f'flocw i8-tf
WANTEfV 1 tJItt n4 crri'letrrn ti tfiroJucethi
MhMtft' lkr on et'th Dr. While's Ctsctrlc
Comb. rtnl(i 1809. Agent are Ctlnlnir tnone
Curt all forTtt of scalp all tent, nJ:hr4, etc
vetrrf 1i am a atf rwdimry cmb snc in
ampl for am(l 0. N. Rove, to Mgr., Deca
tur, IH. m iSsq-tm
lANTCD-nokrerr, Clerk. TrvetsanJ Can
vv vaiier. Mtaty and comm'silon tn hutler.
;ik'non, Mnito n lifi'tk, Merchant anJ Alakea St.
llANTED-, l'l totkt care of two chltJr.n anl
vv board at hoire Wage $4 00 per eek. Call,
Mr W. F. llutnctt-, care of Mr. CD. Gray, 3
U refarlaSt. iltutt
WANTFD To rent ihf tet lurnMWI room 'n
HnnnUln not tar from tuilne ect'on, at-tba
NTW ERA MOTEL, Fort treet. ab t Mneyati,
Terms reasonable, special with permanent lodgers.
EXPCRIFKCfin STATIONARY ENGINF.ER,
thcrntifihly famllUr rltH hfjh speed enclnts,
ies'res f Ion, (Hall engines etreclal') ) Ercmeer,
Hul'ettn Ofnce 18 3-lf
UANTED-To Mn. JtwttRV Au
in tnt iaet styles
Watche ie-jlrrl bv a
Iv.e1er of ) ears txperfence, G, DlbiZ, urS
YOUNU MAN, ttenctraptw ani titewrlur,
ore AJtrr ja "A N'1 Built-in Om
FOR MlE-larce Mini Koa woo J centre tihle
ot'nrjen Lane. ,8,r-t
FOR ,Al.r-Sla lots on Karahu'u RoaJ, Kalmultl
Tract, cheap, on th. Inttallmert plan. Arpl
Emtret Ma),Jj1i Building-. i3i-tf
FOR SAIE-Shnw caa, 6 anl J feet long Mita'
val fronu Klny Bro , itc Motel Si, ,8u tf
FOR SALE-A choka reaUe ca of iiW acre al
Nuuanu Ave, above Wvllle aireet, ltli comtrl
atle dwellnc house aatle and aervint nuart'ra
FVr further particular arplv to I'. IT, K blrauch
Room 18, Carnpte.l Block, atov. nt Arotr'cn Na
lonal Dank. iSai-im
HOTEL FOR SA E, cood patlng proprrt In
rearl of tow lonr; Icate, cheap rent. Ss.co
Part cavh, part roorlciga Inquire at thla office.
FOR SALE f 100. Fu'niture of eroomed cottage
near tow.!, with privMere of rrntlne cltaire.
WILLIAM SAVIDQC At CO..
k6 Merchant St.
COR SALE-Ont t h tU-4 and 6 horse fowti
I MIETZ & UtHS KEROSENE Oil ESGISES, (nt
Inqulrt of J. FMm-tuTH. ui King St im-rf
TO LET FurnlihcJ front room with plvile '
llgtithouH'kitrlng. ti?HtttlSt. i8)imw
TO LET Flrtt cot'jee above 1h Morrrmn Church.
hunchbowl St , s laree re oras, kitchen and tath-
rvrai, in rerifci lannary conimcn.
Cunha, at the premlx.
Apply to a. o.
PR RENT A new alxroom cotaire on Inaane
AftlOm Roai. Healthy locat on. Si.r ner
month. Aariy on premise, or room )S above First
National Hank, Tori St. ie,i-w
TO LET Fumlktted Houe keep nc rooms. Enquire
reiween 8 ani 10 of F. E. Klnr. Cotlair. Grove.
COR HENT-TwoCoti.j..al W.lkiVI Kent Si
r-r monin eacn. inquire or k. w. Jier
Lincoln lllnck, ur.talra
-T0 LET FurnUlieJ room with roarj, Seconi col
a taee on Emma So' are. orro<e banl ).tani
Ro m large eno. ch for two i8tiw
COR RENT-llou on I
' Gear, Lantlntf fit Co.
FurnlsheJ rremles, corner Dlncham anj
' Artesian Sla Orteiea- or more. Arrlv to A.
W. Kcech, corner Allen ani Kllauea Sts.
TO LE r Room ani toari In moiein new house al
Wa klkl. near teach ani car line. Private fam
ily Room targe ani ciol with serv tare, clothea
closets. rrly this office. ttas'if
COR RENT An elcht room Cottars. All tnoirrn
Imorovements. I wo mUutes wa k rrom Train
wav. Inquire a theM'tit or Faorlte Saloon ,890 tf
TO LET Room ani boari In private family in cent
ral location. Apply al 169 School Ft., between
run ana cmroa irsiMl
rO LET Setton House, well furnlshei rooms with
toari Young St . near Pllhol 1614.1m
TO LET Comfortable cotraea on the premises of
in. danlta y ateam LAunary u lij Alarmlon
anj South atreets. Tha cotlares contain a roonr.
kitchen ani rath room'. N 1 antra chare, for hot ani
coli water ani electric Hants, Rent reasonable. Ap-
plyontne premlsea 10 J Llchtfotl manacer oBtl
COR RENTA new four room cottage on Queen
1 St. Apply 10 G. Schuman, Merchant St bet
Fort ani Alakea. itqo tf
TO LET A cottaea on Aloha Lane,
Apply J. A.
TO LET Two newly built ottat.t off
lust above school. Apply to
WILLIAM 5AVIDGE. h I
I OST On Gerelanla street near Alaken. a rlcori
L- book. No. ion cover. Return to thla office ani
receive rewari. t8ar-tf
I OST A told watch between Make. Islani ani
- Moana note).
Return to Ibis ofhee ani receive
70UND A pair of ey. classes,
ani pay for adver.lslng.
Call al this office
NEW . TO-DAY
Special Meeting, G. A. R. ,
The members of Geo. W. De Long Pot
will meet at their hall on Sunday, at 2 p
m. All are requested to be present.
By order of P. C,
183j.1t W. L. EAJON.
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST IIRCUIT.
Territory of Hawaii At chamtere. In probate. In
th. matter ot the utile of John N. Wright, late of
Honolulu, Oahu. The last will ani testament of sali
ieceasei having been presenlei to sali couit, to-
Setlw wiih a petition for the probate thereof, ani for
le laiu.nc. ot Mera testamentary to William O.
Smith, Anna S, Wright ani William H. Wilghl hav
ing been li'ei. No Ice Is hereby (Ivan that Friiay.
the th Jay ot J jne, A. D. ioi, at 10 o'clock a m, of
sali day. at the Court Room of lali Lourl, at Hono
lulu. Oahu. be ani the aame hereby Is appolntei tha
time ani place for proving sali will ani healing sali
Honolulu, .May ist. 1901.
By Uie Court,
1811-May Mo n aa Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST CIRCUIT.
Territory of Hawaii. ,At charobera, laprobile. In
the mutter ot the estate of Donali (i Campbell, Alias
Jas Osborne, lale of Honolulu, OahJ. On reading
ani titlnctu petition of Ita Lskew, administrator,
praying for an order of asjje of ccitaln real esta'e b
ionglnc; to sali estate, slnate al Walklkl, Honolulu,
Oahu, and selling forth certain legal reasons why
such real estate ilnuli be sold. It Is hireby crdtrcd
that the helra ani ntxt of kin ot laid deceased and all
persons interested In the said estate, appear before
, uuii 011 rriaar, me tiii nay fii June, n u. 1001,
at 100'clocka m.. at the Lourt Room of this Court. In
Honolulu, Oahu, tren ani thereto show causn why an
oraer snouiq noi pe grantea tor tne sale or sucn is
Honolulu, May 1st, tool.
liy Hi. Court.
ilit-May j.tclT.r, Clerk
Jas. F. Morgan
-8S Queen tre
On Saturday, May 4th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK N'JON,
At mv silesroom, 65 Queen St., I will
sell a. Public Auction
1 fine Strrey and
Fine Top Buggy
Jas. F Morgan,
ON TUESDAY, MAY 7,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
At mv SJles-oom, 6$ Queen street. I will
sell at Public Auctlot. by order of Mr. F.
E. King, three valuable parcels of land as
follow s :
No. I. That large lot on King street,
kr.OA-n as'Cottage Groe. neanhe corner
ot fllKol street, with a frontage on King
street of 315.4 feet, a depth of 287 leet.and
a Irontige on Young street of 78 feet. Tills
lot has 5 tive-room cottages on It with baths,
patent closets, electric lights, mosquito
proof and large lanals. Tlese houses rent
for 5155 per month.
No. i. Is another large lot across a
small line and opposite to No. I, anj Is
part of the old Blckertun homestead. Has
a frontage of S5 feet on King street, a depth
f 28; feet and a frontage on Voung St. 'of
85 feet. This lot has a large house of 13
rooms. 2 bathrooms, 2 patent closets, elect
ric lights, large lanals. Also 2 five-room
cottages with all modern Improvements.
This lot rents for JtCo per month.
No. 1. Is that Iar2e lot on Berttanla
5t. near Punchbowl, familiarly known as
imuz p ace. 1 n s ot lias t live room cot
tiges and 1 twu-.-oem cottige 011 It. 1 he
houses have all modern improvements.
tianiel bah tubs with showers, patent
iiseis.'eectuc ngni'. latge lanals, etc,
I his lor rents for foo per month.
Terms of the sale one-half cash : balance
on m itt? if 1! for three years at 7 per cent.
ror tunner particulars inquiie 01
J&b. F. Morgan,
By order of the Hon. A. S. Humphreys,
First Judge of th: Circuit Court ot the tst
Judicial Clicuit of the Territory of Ha
waii, I shall e.pose for sale at public auc
SATURDAY, MAY lltli,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at the salesroom of James F. Morean. 6.
Queen St., Honolulu, to the highest bidder
lor casn, ne follow ing described leasehold
ot valuable real estate.
That large lot. originally three lots, and
two storv frame dwelling house, formerly
tne residence 01 me late Mr. James uoao,
fronting on the rew beach road and the
seashore, a little on the town side of Mr.
John Ena's phce, the lease of which has
4u tears to run irom septemoer ist., loot
The annual rental is ?287.e,o, payable
seml-annua'lyyin advance and Is p.ild to
beptemoer ist tqoi. me bulldlne
insured to the Stn of A"gust, 1902, the
water rates paiu to juiy ist. 1001.
Terms of the sale cash. U. S. gold coin.
All expanses of deeds, stamps, expenses of
transfer, and taxes of 540.00 for tool, at
the expense of the purchaser. Sale subject
to continuation dv tne t-cun.
For further Information auDlv tn the
undersigned, or to JAS. F. MORGA
K. VV. UAIHUAKI,
Executor of the will of James Dodd,
Honolulu. April 13, 1001. i8i4-td
Street Railway Time Table.
KING STREET LINE.
Car lew Walklkl far to n at v, 6.i,6 ij a.h.
ani every 1 minute ttirtaftr til 104. it!if anJ
irlH n. from Wa klkl ko to tht PutuIkhi btables.
Cars leave R Ranee orPawaa twitch (or town at
S siA.M. ani every is minute ih realter Mil it otc.M.
uars leave ron ana lung ttreets corner lor f alama
t6,io A.M. ani every 11 mlnutea after till n:a
Lars leave ror Pa! a ma only at 1 and j'loAM.
I art leave Patama (or Valkkl 1 1, A m. ani every
m minutes till 0 4) P M , then it .0.11 ani 104s P.M.
The it It I'.M from Patljm inr I'tinahnu nntv mn
to Walklkt on Saturiays
uara leave ron ana twg sirens corner lot Kine
Kance at $ w ani imam,
Cars leave Fort anl Klnir itreet corner (or Walklkl
atfisjA . ani every 15 minutes tlliioojP.M then at
io:uani 11 'j P.m. The ii:jj p.m. goes to Walklkl
on Saturiays only.
OERtZTAMA STREET AND NUUANU VALLEY.
Cars leave PunalWu Stable (or Town at j.jo ani
(or Ton ani Valley at j 40 5.50 6.10 6, 6 40 ? ani
7 o A.H
Cars leave OahJ Coltec (or town ani Valley at
6:j'J 6 jj ani 7 10 A.H ani eer 10 minutes till 10 10
P.m. except the etn hour ani half, hour cars which
run from the Stable
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 to 6.jo 6.50 a,M ani
every 10 minutes thereafter till 10 ji p.m
Cars leave fort ani Queen streets (or Punahou
Cullece at voj6ii64ia.h anieery 10 minutes
atitr tllUiil' f. Aftrr that the cars run t.i the
Stable up to n jcp H.whUhlsrlieUktcar from Town.
rvaihint; tht Subte at 11:10 P M.
The sehooner Carrie nntl Annlo,
which eamo out from the Atlantic
coast during thC'Klondlko oxcltomeiit,
has b'ecn purchased at San Francisco
by tho American Hoard of Foreign Mis
sions, nnd after being lebtillt nntl plac
ed In first class condition will malio
r. crnlso to tho'Catollne nnd Marshall
Inlands. The Carrlo nnd. Annlo Is
fM feet long, with n bram of 23.9 feet
und depth of 8.0 feet, with n tonnage
tl ninety-one net,
Prices cut In half in
order to make room
and see for yourself .
Coffee pots .45c
Cups and saucers? 20c
Sauce pans 49c
Tea kettles 70:
Pudding pans ice
Milk pans .... 10c
Stove pans 30:
Stew pans 15:
Ureal pans 15:
Cuspedores , .. 40c
Cookers , 49c
SEE GOODS IN WINDOW.
L 0. HAIL 5
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to b: had. We
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Stud, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.Oees.
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS Hams, Bacon. Saus
ages, .fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Grapes
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbige. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTERS Fancy, large or small, la
shell or cans.
Hardly a thing that you could wish for
but what Is to be had at our rharket.
Telephone Main 219.
ft.R. A. C. LOVEK1N
Desires to announce that he
has opened an office in Ho
nolulu and will undertake
the transaction of all busi
ness entrusted to him ap
pertaining to the following :
Buying and selling of
Stocks, Bonds and Securi
ties on commission, on the
Stock Exchange or else
Buying and selling of
Real Estate on commission.
'Assuming entire charge
of Real Estate.
Acting as Trustee, Guar
dian, Executor or Adminis
trator. Acting as Financial Agent
for individuals or corpora
tions. Expert Auditing.
Temporary offices, 402
Judd Building. 1
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold. Special Rates
made for "Automobile Parties."
NOTE Drivers are not allowed to make
apy rates except those furnished bv the
company. Ask driver to see rate sheet.
In case of dispute as to fare, pay driver
amount claimed, take rebate slip and call
at office. We will gladly adjust my dif
ference. Office on King St., near Judiciary Bid.
LOUIS T GRANT, Manager.
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