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EVENING nUU-ETIN. HONOLULU, It. T., THUUSDAY,
JUNE 6. 1901.
E. O. HALL & SOIN,
KING AND FORT STREET.
Having been purchased
by C. J. Day & Co.,
we wish to Inform the
public that It will be
carried on In the same
way anJ at the same
place as heretofore.
Next the Bulletin Office
The New Transcendent Lamps
of 500, 1000, and 1600 C. P.
fOo.ooo annually are paid by the People of Honolulu for
Electric Lights; of this amount S$5,ooo can be saved.
As much light as that of an Electric Arc No merchant would pay twice as much
and of a far better quality at a com of less rent as necessary. Why will he pay ten
than H c per hour. One iC C. I' Incan- times as much for light ? We refer by
descent Electric bulb costs more per hour permission to Elite Ice Cream Parlors, also
than one 500 candle power Transcendent to the Holllsler Drug Co., Honolulu Drug
Arc. The Transcendent system of Incan Co. and the Hawaiian Hotel, where tht
descent petroleum lighting Is very simple, light can be seen,
easily cared for and Inexpensive to Install. Lights of all styles can be seen. In'or
Passed by the Board formation and details will be gladly given
of Underwriters : : : at the office of
JUST RECElVED-new, durable and cheap house lamps, one to two hundred
WASHINGTON LIGHT COMPANY, ms0NICTeMPtE
Honolulu steam laundry
great reduction in prices '
having made large additions to our machinery, we are
now able to launder
spreads, sheets, pillowslips,
table cloths, - table napkins,
and towels ::::::::
at the rate of 25 cents per dozen, cash, satis
factory work and prompt delivery guaranteed, no fear of
clothing being lost from strikes, we invite inspection of our
laundry and methods at any time during business hours.
ping up main 73
and our wagons will call for your work.
H . .. .
me uunn sectional
The Coyne Furniture Co., "d.
g P. O. BOX fat. PROGRESS
CLEARANCE SALE OF FANCY GOODS.
Being overstocked with art goods, and having ,
received a large consignment of new goods, i
must make room for them. The present stock
will be closed out : : : : : :
FREE INSTRUCTION IN EMBROIDERY
will be given to every purchaser of thee goods.
NOW IS THE TIME to purchase goods for sum
mer fancy work. ::::::
1 MRS. H H. WILLIAMS,
Wllh the City Furniture Storr. Love Building, Fort Street
OtMtTt l - Pr l. f iot5 ' M DAIrtTV I aA I
J:SCLECTED J PACKED I H VIW UWANO
iV'M" .rBl'nNPS.L'v .iTIMOa contain none 1
pJ jjapiS v, oyattBSJMAN S
uneTrial wiU tiWe their
M. PHILLIPS & 00
WbolMale Importer! and Jobboti
loropMto and americin D7 im
to t ud Queen BtiMti,
The "Royal" Lawn Mower
is already here. The "Royal"
don't cut much ice but it's a wonder
on grass. You should get one.
Ball Bearings : : : : :
c. j. day
Famous Gunn Desks
BLOCK. . PHONE 971
vrTrs'm w-t- w
I. HAOKFELD 4 00., It
ICKERAL COMMISSION A6EM
Jor. Fort Ml Queen Street HocuU
Weather Bureau, l'unahou, June C.
Temperature Morning minimum,
C8; Midday maximum, 83.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.98. Irregular.
Dew Point C8P.
Humidity at 9 a. m.. 81 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, June
6 Weather clear; wlndjlght S.
Thursday. June 6.
TKK Hongkong Maru, Filmerfrom
Stmr Walaleale, Piltz, from Kauai.
Stmr Keauhou Mosher, from Kauai.
Br stmr Caithness, Proud, for the Co
lonies. C-ASS Mlowera, Hemming, tor Van
OSS Marlnosa. Rennie. for the Colo'
Stmr Noeau, Wyman, for hleele, Wat
Schr Lady, for Hanalel and Kalllilwal
Schr Kawallanl, for Koolau ports.
Schr Luka, Kalua, for Paaullo and Lau
Am bk S C Allen, Johnson, for San
Stmr James Makee, Tultett, for Kapaa,
TO BAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Iwalanl, Greens, for Walmea at 4
From Hanamaulu, per stmr Keauhou,
June 0 a Lewis Jr, c k nendry.
From China and Japan, per TKK
Hongkong Karu, June C-(Through) Rev
and Mrs Geo Allchln and 1 children, Ve
ron Andrews, Mrs Joseph Andrews, Miss
A drews, Louis Biscli, Rud Bauer Mr and
M s C II Ualke, Lt G N Blokhuls, Capt
Bi rckentugen, Mrs F M Btstwlck, J
Braubach. A Van Brucker, Rtv T W
BucholJer, Mrs S H Blomham, H E A
Ui d. E H Chi d. Miss Yam Di I. J W
HarwcoJ, Mrs Davenpott and child, Mrs
H B uunn, M Fukunaga, Mrs Ede Gaun,
I. Glvernand, Mr and Mrs C Glvernaud,
Mrs Lai Gam, Y Hra, Wm E Hartress
miss A ilaverdell, fc rtieDrr, hook Kam
lilng, B Mlrosawa. Rev and Mrs E W
Hopkins and i children. Gustav Hoze,
Chun Ylng HsIanganJ servent, H Ichll, S
iKuta, a ito, wm a Jones, m Najiwara,
Mrs K Kasil and maid, Miss A Kelly. Mrs
F P Kirov, CCKInsey, Capt O to and I
servant. T Kurloka. Miss Oxlad. L)r Lsn
Ing, Nurse Oxley, MIssLanlng, G:o B
Pettlngell, Miss Senerla Laning, Miss h
P Phillips; Richard Laning, G Hitter, G;o
Laning, T Shibayama, Sir Bosdln I"
Leech, Mis Law Sliee and Infant, LaJy
Leech, Franklin P Slemmer, Miss Lctcn,
Lli Sal and wife, A J Leecn, S r Claude
M Macdonald, Dr A J Torrllhon, H B M's
M'nlster to Japan, Mrs K llyeno, 2 child
ren and maid, Ladv Macdonald, Lt Wol
frau, R NIsnlKawa, J Yasult L Oliver, W
Whltehlll, S Olanl.
For Victoria. Der C-A S S Mlouem.
J Jre 5-H E Walty. wife and child, Mm
1 fc berger, Ur J M wnilnev, Mrs .l A
Hewitt. Mt and Mrs Flemmlng, J T
Crawley, Mr and Mrs Nlcoll, CHTeaff,
H M ind R E Mist, MrsJMIitand
daughter, Mrs G Renton and 4 chllJttrt, F
A Davis, H E Mclntyre, Jno M Ross, Mr
and Mrs Long and 2 children, Miller, Mrs
A McWhorte, Chamberlain, Mrs G F
Kleser, Mrs Miller, Mrs N G Champion,
G S Wheeler and wife. John F Galom.
The schooner Columbia has silled from
Koloa for San Francisco.
The Keauhou arrived this morning from
Hanamaulu, she brought 3805 bags sugar.
Crossing the channel, the crew had fire
The Hongkong Maru arrived 'rom the
Orient this morning after a fast trip of a
little over nine days. She has many
through pa-sengcrs acoard aid for this
port one hundred In the steerage. Her
Irelgbt for Honolulu consists of 400 tons
The Walaleale arriving from Walmea
this mornlntr. icoorts the followlnir Mirar
on Kauai: K S. M., 2000; V. K., 8ocf
5:0; K. P., 7300; H. M., 3700, L. P., 2cco
At. S. Co., 20,736; K. S. Co., 360c. lota
06 5b0 bags.
HILO MASONS WILL BUILD
Articles of Incorporation of tho llllo
Masonic Hall Association. Limited,
have been filed with tho treasurer and
approved by the Attorney General. Tho
purpose of the Association Is to build
a Masonic hall at llllo. The capital
stock is (12,000, dhlilcd Into 1200
shares, par value $10. The corporation
Ir to extend over a period ot fifty years.
One of the provisions requires 40 per
cent of the subscribed capital to be paid
In before commencing operations.
The officers aro P. Peck, president;
John T. Molr, vice president; Frank
Medcalf, secretary,' Geo. II, Williams,
treasurer; John H. Bole, auditor; John
U, Smith, manager; E. N. Holmes and
E. E. Richards, directors. -1
Already, over 75 per (jent'of the capi
tal has been subscribed and more than
2S per cent paid In.
Hawaiian Hotel MuhIc.
Tho band will play tho following se
lections at a concert on the grounds of
tho Hawaiian hotel this evening, be
ginning at 7:!0 o'clock:
Overture Ivan Conterno
Selection A'ltunaway GlrL.Monckton
(a) Ke Aloha I Hlkl Mai.
(b) Na Molokama.
Miss J. Kelllaa.
(c) He Inoa No Walplo.
(d) Nan) Halll Po I It a Lehua,
Mrs. N. Alapal.
i Part II. ,,.
Selection In Sunny Tennessee, (by
request) ,ri.. Doetger
Processional The Sirdar Beer
Walts Vlfnna Chic y, Morton
March Tne Creole Qucen",(by ro-
quest) , Hall
The Star Spangled Banner.
Brutal Work of Murderers.
Navarre Ohio. May 27. Christian
Stahl, a farmer living near this place,
was brutally murdeied last night by
two burglais, who broke IntO'tho houso
and demanded his money. Upon being
refused, the burglars bound Stahl and
the otlicr members of tho family with
ropes, titer beating Stahl until he was
unconscious tho men left. Stahl's sis
ter managed to freo herself and gle
the alarm Stahl died soon nfter being
freed from his bonds. There Is no clew
to the murderers.
STOWAWAY 8 ESCAPE.
Stonaways from the Japanese steam
erg arriving at this port have been
making themselves a source of trouble
to the steamship company and Customs
men for some time. They have been
escaping from the vessels on which
they have been Imprisoned. As a ruin
they are captured. For a long time It
has been thought that the Japanese
officers aboard having charge ot the
prisoners, have been responsible for the
escapes. Tuesday night, while the
America Marti wah here two ntnw.
aways gilt off the steamer by .sliding
down a rope over the stern Info the
water. They were captured by Guard
Mitchell and Inspector "Klester.
HENDRY 8IBZB8 DORA BLUrlM.
Deputy Marshal E. It. llcndiy re
turned last evening from Hanamamu
where he vent to attach the Dora
Dluhm for libel by the Inter-Island
Steamship Company. Captain .A. W,
Seymour ot the vessel returned with
the marshal to represent the libelee in
court. The matter will be heard June
14. Johni Richards was put In charge
of-th libelled vessel.
TWILIGHT RETURNS 8APE.
The schooner Twilight returned from
Maul jesterday. The little vessel made
a long trip but her captain says It was
on account of the wind. He arrived at
Huelo, his destination, after five days
from this port. When ho gotUhore,
he had to wait for a favorable oppor
tunity to get out. The Twilight will
be thoroughly overhauled and put in
80DERGRBN AT LIBERTY.
S. 0, Sodergren, undr conviction for
iiBsnult upon tho high lns, was admit
ted to ball yesterday by Judge l.stcc,
appeal having been perfected. Tho
bond of $3000 bears tho signatures of
W. a. Irwin and II. M. Whltncj, as
W. E. Burnett, formerly president
and manager of the Washington Mer
cantile Co., left Saturday In tho uarK
cntlne S. O. Wilder for San Francisco.
At the office of tho firm It Is not
thought that he will return soon as ho
has resigned his position of manager
and sold his stock in tho Arm.
John A. Has8inger
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses and
General Business Agent.
Office, A'clnernyBI ck.nexttoC. 1. Falk.
DON'T LET 50c
Keep ycu from
RING UP 371 MAIN AND
will call at your house and
treat your corns successfully
On and after June , the Honolulu Map
ket Co. v, III mahr two deliveries ; morn'
Ing, S o'ct ck ; afternoon. 2 o'clock.
riUINULULU MAKNbl U , LIU..
D. H. DAVIS, Manager.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
PIONEER ADVERTISING CO.
All persons having claims or new con
tracts with the Pioneer Advertising Co
will please present ame at the office of the
Co., room 7, Model Block, on or before
June 13th, loot. An entire changcln the
management of the Company makes this
request necessary; i8$7-iw
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
"The Silver King" '
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
In the Circuit Court of the First
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
Order for Speciiil Term.
Deeming It essential to the promotion of
justice, I 'do order thitaspeclal term of
the Circuit Court of the Flr.t Circuit be
held In the Judiciary. Building In Hono
lulu, 'commencing TUESDAY, the 18th
day of,JtJNE, A D. 1901, at ten of the
clock In the forenoon ot said day and con
tinuing for the period provided by law.
Done at Chambers this 3rd day of June,
A. D. 1001.
(signed) A. S. HUMPHREYS,
The foregoing order Is hereby approved,
(signed) W. F. FREAR,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of
(he Territory of Hawaii,
Dated June 3, 1901. 1857-td
.ld. In this cqIuiiui vill le interttil
at IS ctult lint uut initrtioii : S5
vtnlt tico inttrliont; HO cent out irtl; 41
etntilico ti ctkt, mill CO cenlt une nmnlh.
Thii it the clKdjittl aHttrlitiiigtetrvjftrtil
Hit ptoplt of HituuMii,
SALESMEN EARN Iito A MONTH telling
o-r pen carton cor)lng frookt nd o htroffiit
treclal'lei by sample-; eaty .rller. I boo4 f rofi 1 1
used fry all merchant.: line .14 line L. A. tLV
mile, "on mike Jo a eek." w, O. LAKEY
"tle.reJ J11 In one-hall d w. J. AUSTIN. In
Innhuiir..'' H. E. PAYNE'S firit crier wa lor
S-a wo.fi. Incluilnp 16 corlne hooks, catalogue
free. MODEL MFG. CO.. Utl'T. ji. South net.
PARISIAN DfiESSMaKEK-Mnw P. Lambert.
r late from Doucet. Paris, has openeJ htr dress
making fartrrs. t-irst-classhtilngand latest designs.
l4. Nu'tanu Ave . aboe Vineyard 8ss-imo
BOJKKEEPINU laughttdouHontry. Short busi
ness method, alsu Lngt an Reasonable ro4i
King St i8)5.tw
VOUR FUTURE correctly tilJ. Consul! Maian
Sasoon, lecently from the Colonies. P. O
THE UNION ELECTRIC CO. hav. removed to
1 ir8 Un en St., oppos te the Pacific Cltb. 'ehore
wain oe. is-im
NOTICE TO BIIILDERS The Union Express Co.
has WHITIi SAND FOR SALfi neltl
WANTED an a'tractlvi young lady, with f rst
class refe'ences. to watt on custome't In stare.
New England Bakery. 18 jS-tf
XANTED TO SllL JEWBUIV AND WATCStS
W in the latest styles. Watches leralred by a
le.eler of years experience. G. DIETZ, Fort St.
11ANTED Assistant Bookkeepe-, stenrjgraphtr
W preferred. Address P.O. B . o. i8,iiw
WANTED A Iwentyfivt or thirty roomed ho.;ie
by responsible parry bv the thof July. iiu
ANTED On whcl urtght : On fiftctji
tlac smith helptr. Mfnry Wright, hort St.
W ANTED -nook-keepers in) office-clerks, drivers
salesmen ani ail classes of titlp. Don'i wait
until ysu sec Uit add In the paper, rut call toJiy at
Select Emrlojnmt Uureau cornet of Atakea and
OFFICE POSITION deslrfi y conretrnt Hoik
It e per. "J L." Hulletln Office. tC.t-.no
l ANTED-Drlc ht reliable boy to Uarn tht rrlnt
vv incr buslnoss and make himself (tfre rally uve
lul. Apply atihls office. liJsli
ANTED ladles and nenMemen to Introduce tht
hfattrst" a.1ta.r nn faith lit. Whllo'a Elttfl.;
Comb, ratenttd 1899- Agents art cclnlnr mone .
Cures all forms of scalp all tents, headaches, etc
yet costs th same as an indlnary cmb. Send oc In
tampi for sample D, N. Rose, G.n Mgr., Deca
tur. III. iS 1 q-131
EXPFRIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thoroughly familiar with high speed engines,
Jeslres position. (Ball engines especially) Ergireer,
Bulletin Office 18 8-tf
OUNU MAN, stenorrapher and tvtewrlter,
I once. Addrtss"A N.' Bullstin Offict.
rO LET Two furnished room. Apply to W W,
I Bee be. care of Jam t N tt, Jr. i8,o-iw
FOR RENT-Wllder Avenue, next Alexander St
Nw 1 room house, 1 Bed Rooms porce'aln bath,
also nicely furnished cottage, suit lighthouse keep
log. 1. ill or by letter, W. B. this office. i8oiw
HTO LEASE-SU acres of land In Kewalo. For
particulars apply to A. R. BINDT offire with
Guide Publish tie Co . Campbell Block, Merchant
St. Telephone Main u. ilytf
TO LET A to r room t.ottage, kltclten, pantry and
bathing room, situated on Cunha's Lane, back
of Vineyard St. Apply to J. A. M. Osorlo. Ilqucr
department of HonVnlaeger Co., Ltd King street.
FOR RENT-A suite o three furnished wms
suitable for housekeeping, ijflj Fott St. jjiw
FOR RE NT-Seven room cottage at Walkikl Beaih
Flnt location ea bathing, tervar.ts quarters.
In.ulrt at Emmet May's office. i8j5'4t
OFFICES FOR RENT Four large rooms now
occupied by Major Robinson atOuaitermaster't
offices, In Progress (do k, will be for rent after June
Jo The rorms will be rented singly or en suite,
ipply to C. S. Peskv, Progres Block. i8lf
FURNISHED ROOMS-A one room cottare suit
able for one gentleman. Also several furnlsbed
roomy 610 Hotel St. .8tc-tw
TO LET Five room cottage, enameled tub, etc.,
next to Mormon church. Apply to A, G. Cunhs,
at premises, i8,Mmo
FOR RENT Moqulti proof, one room cottage,
furnlklud 60 B, Cottage Walk, ol( School St
TO LET Elegantly furnished "thtoughout." Seven
room house Rent for ttrm at $49 per month.
Splendid location. King street, between Walkikl
Road anl Thomas Square. Atkinson, Room 8, Ma
goon Building, Merchant St.
rO LET Furnished front room, only S10 monthly,
Private family, jj Vineyard St., below Nuuanu,
TO LET Four large front rooms, cool and airy,
I hot and cold bath, electric lights. Apply to Mrs.
Taylor, yellow house. Klnau St , near Alapal. 4Q-iw
fO LET House on Chrlstlev lane and furn'tur
for sale. Apply Mrs H. L. .eddy. i88-.w
TWOCOTTACES TO RENT. Centrally lated.
. Aprly to iL.Fj( Alyarety,0 Emma St. i86-tf
TO LEAE For a term of thrrt vears the furnish
td residence ot Joho Cassldy, Walkikl, a two
s'ory house of nine looms, with large lanal, mosquito
proof throughout! hot wa er ftr bath atso co'iage
ot (wo rooms In ard. Good beach and sea ba'hltu,
also, (me view of Honolulu JOHN CASblUV, tooj
llenh Roaa. V alktk'. or P. O Box 6m, i8is-aw
TO LET Sefton House, well furnished rooms with
bourL Yriu yht neir PHbol i84itm
FOR RFNT An eight room Cotiagt. All modern
Imurovements. I wo mlttes walk from Train
way. Inquire a thaMtrt or ravorlle Saloon t8ao tf
TO LET Com for I a Me cottages on the premises of
the Sanlta y Steam Laundrr Co., Lm. Mannlon
and South streets. The cottages contain 4 rorms,
kitchen and iath room, N extra charge for hot and
cold water and electric lights, Rent reasonable. Ap
ply on th premises to J Llehlfo.t manager gS t f
COR SALE A bicycle nit riy-go -round, carries 16
I paiteigers, little .used. .Okt6jo, will Iell for
Jtjo. Enquire atijj Merchant Si. i8jiw
WHITNEY & MARSH
Made to Order
Shirts with one pair detach
able cuffs made to your
$1.35 I.SO 1.75 9.00 9.35
according to the quality
of material selected.
(W) ()() House and lot, Walkikl road,
blnn?n In !,. r,l f. 1tn.
on- Fir banlculars, enquire ol Mrs. O. Alanson. or
F. L. waldrnn. .iBiS-ino
COR SALE Phieton. good at new. Full leather
tup. A. 0. Hl'clRock. 8 King St llji-tl
COR SALE K phaeton In excellent condition, cloth
'lined. Cost Sist new. Tec tale cheap. Irqulre
of Mrs, w. C Vteedon. Bmgham St, or rorra S.
Model Block. a.?-tf
SALE PiantS. fftrn. ,nJ tfnua.a In tttha
1, Llliha St. ilu-iw
pOR SALE at a bargain. House and lot at Punahou
Seven rooms and bath. All midern conenlences
Apply to .Mrs. T, B. Clapham. i!jj Anar unl street.
COR RENT To Cot-ages at WalklKl. Rent 5i!
ytr month each. Inquire of S. T. Pain, Tram
Mavsortc. Puuahu. ,8sf-s
FR AIE-Bargalns. fine lot jixtii. MOKAUEA,
kUHt, splendid He, cheap tniulre atthlt
FORSALE-Sojoo. A bargain. Top buggy, good
asn-w Extension springs. Made to order. In
Culre ot V W. Wright. Fort St. 18.3.1m
pOR SALE Algaroba cordood. In quantities to
suit delivered. Apply R Llshman, Kcaumoku
street. Tel. White tC6i isi
1 tOR SALE-Tlree thoroughbred English Vhlte
1- , seuer pups, inauir. r,ainin2ion Ligni Co.. or
Telephone ti. i8.o-tm
COR SALE-SUIotson Ktpahutu Road. KatmuVI
1 Tract, cheap, on the Inktatlment clan. Applv
EtrrnettMa). Judd Building. imS-H
FOR SALE The furnltur ol if roams house
Terms reasonable. n3A fcmmt St. t8nw
HOTEL FOR SAtEi pood paying prepcrty In
heart of town, 101117 least, cheap rent, fj.coo.
Part cash, pan mortjagt Inquire at this offict.
COR SaLE-A Good Hoiise. to acres of level land.
1 plen'y of water, near a plantation and steamer
port. U bargain Lindsay, P.O. Dot 749. Hono
A HOME "UP THE VALLEV." The
Houtandlot at tht head of Robinson Lane.
Nuuanu Valley, belongtnn; to C. B, Ripley, Is oKered
for sait. ThH Is one of the choicest homes In tht
suburbs of Honolulu: a modern house, almost
new fine s'ablt. very largt shade trees no coler
place In Honolulu; and will be sold on tht most
reisonaMe terms, Applv ti owner, on the premises,
or at room 10 I'mgrets lllock. i8i?-tmo
Attorney at Law.
3 A. S., KInK St.,
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND : ! :
Plans and estimates furnished for all classes of
ROOM jto. BOSTON BLOCK, HONOLULU
Robertson & Wilder
HAVE MOVED THEIR LAW OFFICES
MERCHANT STREET : : : :
ROOMS aoj, sc6, ear. 34sw SECOD FLOOR
The nnnual meeting of the stockholders
Of I he HAWA'IAN SUPPLY CO., LTD., will
te held In the office of the company, Nos.
57-61 N. King St.. at 10 a.m., on Satur
diy, June 22nd, 1901,
W. A. KOLMAR,
Honolulu. June 5th. tool. 1S5S ;t
New Map of Oahu.
Coa-pl'cd from Gov ernment Surves and Charts,
Maps of Suar Planutluns, Railway, and Othr
Re'lable Sources. THB map is j8xjt inched,
with artistic colcrlngs and neat mountings, mak
tnjr a very useful as well q or hi mental Kill map
TllU .'KK.BOUMB maims Ito 00, Copies can
be obtalmd from
JAS. T, TAYLOR.
P, O, Dox iv). jo Judd RullJInz. Hmnluluf T, II,
or HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD.
' . f:
Jas. F. Morgan
11 65 Queen Street
On Saturday, June 8,
XT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen St., I will sell
at Public Auction, by order of Mr. Tsu
mura. (he leae of that lot on the corner of
Llliha and. Vineyard Sts. The property
lus a frontage on Llllln St. of about 4:
feet, and a depth of 1 30 feet. Fronting on
Llliha St. Is a store building of four stores
and ten rooms, which rents for ?:5.oo Fer
month. In the yard are two houses of
sixteen rooms, renting for JGo per month.
The lot has three sanitary, patent water
closets, wash rooms, etc.. etc. The month
ly rental of this property Is JO0.00 per
For further particulars enquire of
Jas. F. Morgan.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by our late
scientific method applied to the gums. N)
sleep- reducing agents or cocaine.
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLIANCES
and Ingredients to extract, fill and appiv
gold crowns and rorcelaln crowns unde
tectable from natural teeth, and warranted
for ten vears, WITHOUT THE LEAST PAIN'.
All work done by GRADUATED DENTISTS
of from 12 to 20 vears' experience, and each
department In chargeof a specialist. Give
us a call, and vouiwlll find us to ia exact
ly as we advertise. We will tell you In
advance exactly what your work will cost
by a FREE EXAMINATION.
Set Teeth 85 00
Gold Crowns.., 5 00
Cold Filling si 00
Silver Fillings ,'....50c
Our name alone will be a guarantee that
your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
HOOn 4. HITS BUILUINdi
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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