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' "! "" EVENING BULLETIN.' HONOLULU, II.
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E. O. HALL & SON,
KING AND FORT STREET.
HAVING PURCHASED TUB GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF MR. CHAS. HUSTACB, we wish to
inform the general public that we are prepared to fill
orders promptly, every attention will be given to careful delivery.
We ask a share of your patronage : : : :
BBST- QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
The New Transcendent Lamps
of 500, 1000, and 1500 C. P.
26o,ooo annually are pal J by the People of Honolulu for
Electric Light; of this amount 555,000 can be saved.
As much light as that of an Electric Arc
and of a far better quality at a cost of less
than Kc rcr hour. One iOC. P Incan-
descent Electric bulb costs more per hour
than one 500 candle power Transcendent
Arc rnt I ransceniient system 01 mean
descent petroleum lighting Is very simple,
easily caird for and Inexpensive to Install.
Passed by the Board
M underwriters : : :
JUST RECEIVED new, durable and
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.
'' ring up main 73
and our wagons will call for your work.
I The Gunn Sectional
The Coyne Furniture Co., .
IP. O. BOX 6ji. 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 these goods.
NOW IS TMC TIME to purchase goods for sum
mer fancy work. ::::::
MR 8. H.
With the Cltv Furniture Ston.
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND : : :
Plaos nd estimates furnished for til classes of
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLOCK, HONOLULU
Robertson & Wilder
HAVE MOVED THEIR LAW OFFICES
MERCHANT STREET : : : :
KOO.S SOS, loft, SOT. il'SW SECOND ILOOlf
New Map of Oahu.
Coopll.d from Government Surveys and Charts,
Maps of Sm ar Plantations. Kallwai s, an d Other
Reliable Sources. TUB HAI' is )ixw imhes,
with artistic colcrlncsanj neat mounting, male
Inr a very useful as well HI ornamen al wall map
THBHtlCEOFTHE MAP IS $10. oo. Cofl.J Can
Uopulmd front jas T TmoR
The "Royal" Lawn Mower
is already here. The "Royal"
don't cut much Ice but it's a wonder
on grass. You should got one.
Ball Bearings ' : : : : :
No merchant would pay twice as much
rent as necessary. Why will he pay ten
times as much for light? We refer by
permission to Elite Ice Cream Parlors, also
to the Holllster Drue Co., Honolulu Drug
1-0. ana me Hawaiian Hotel, wnere the
light can be seen.
lights of all stvles can be seen. Infor-
formation and details will be gladly given
at tne omce ot
cheap house lamps, one to two hundred
Famous Gunn Desk's
BLOCK. PHONE 071 8
Love Building, Fort Street
Corns removed painlessly.
Ingrowing toe-nails treated
successfully. : : :
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fresh Invoices of HUYLERS
CHOCOLATES per the
Weather Iltirenu, Punahou, June 7.
-Temperature Morning minimum,
2; Midday maximum, SO.
Barometer nt 9 a. m. 30.01. Rising
Dew 1'olnt 71P.
Humidity at 9 a, m. 83 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, June
7 Weather clear; wind NE.
Thursday, June 6.
Am schr Golden Shore. Rasmussen. n
days from Newcastle.
SchrEcl oseTownsend. from Maul aad
i-naay, June .
Stmr James Makee.Tullett, from Kipaa.
Wednesday, June 5.
Stmr IwalanI, Green:, for Kauai ports
Friday. June 7.
T K K Hongkong Maru, Filmer for San
'0 FAST TIE
The fastest passage across the At
lantic under tall In several years ended
recently when the American four-
masted ship Kenllworth, Captain Tay
lor, passed In the Delaware Capes 18V4
days after leaving Liverpool. She fiad
raced across the ocean to Philadelphia
to get first chance at a cargo of water
pipes destined for Java, In the East
Indies. Her trip recalled the days of
the clippers to the ship brokers on the
Marine Exchange In Philadelphia, and
when the arrhnl was posted on the
bulletin board they cheered the four-
ninster nnd her skipper.
While It Is the fastest passage In re
cent j ears, the Kentlworth's Is not n
trans-Atlantic sailing record. The
Dreadnought, the famous Iioston clip
per, Balled from Sandy Hook to
Qucenstoun In the '60s In nine days
and Becntcen hours, a northwest gale
boosting her along nil tho way. On
another trip she reached I.herpool
from New York In 13 dajs and 8 hours.
The Wary Whltrldge. n Daltlmorc clip
per, sailed from Baltimore to Liverpool,
about the same distance ns from Phila
delphia, In 13 dajs and 7 hours forty
The nearest recent approach to the
Kentlworth's fast trip was ono made
between Liverpool nnd New York three
years ago by the clipper A. J. Ropes In
19 days. The exact tlmo difference be
tween this trip nnd the Kcnllworth's Is
n little more than 12 hours In the Ken-
llworth's fnor, but she covered about
120 miles more In actual distance also.
Tho Kenllworth Is one of the finest
sailing vessels now afloat. She Is 300
feet long, 43 feet beam, and has 21,8
net tons register. She Is n remodelled
ship. She was built In Glasgow In 18S7
and originally she flew the British (lag.
but she was never successful under It.
While loading In San I'ranclsco she
finally caught fire nnd was so greatly
damaged that the Insurance companies
paid a total loss on her.
Arthur Sewall. who was In San Fran
cisco at the time, bought the damaged
hulk, rebuilt her and secured nn Ameri
can register for her. Among the fast
voyages she made since Is one of 05
days from Valparaiso to New York, and
another of 163 days from here to San
Francisco. In the last fire months she
has sailed more than 15,000 miles.
New York Sun.
New Propellers That
To sfeer without n rudder, to stop
dead, and remain stationary In any sea
without nn anchor, to obtain greater
speed than tho fastost "liner." to slow
down to a snail's pace and still have
steerage way; or, In other words, to ho
Independent of tides and currents; to
secure less racing of propellers; to be
entitled to decreased Insurance com
bine all these attribute, and the result
sounds like a fairy tale. Captain Mark
Gollnsky of tho United States mercan
tile marine, however, claims all these
advantages and many more for an In
vention in screw-propelled vessels for
the exploitation of which he Is now In
London. Just as the main motive pow
er of the bird Is In Its wings, and of the
fish In Its pectoral and ventral fins, the
power In both cases being located about
one-third from tho objective end, and
Immediately behind the widest breadth,
so In Captain Qollnsky's ship, in addi
tion to tho usual propelling media aft,
there are two screw-propellers forward,
one On each side, about one-third of
the distance from bow to stern.
The form of theso steamships Is one
which nature Itself suggests. "It Is a
combination," says the Inventor, "of
the codfish head und the mackerel tall,"
which lent tho first Ideas of swift craft
to the builders of ships. The bow of
the bull Is In tho form ot an arrow
head, and breadth and beam of the
same Increasing from the Btcm until It
attains Its maximum about one-third
the length of tho ship, when It gradual
ly curves laterally, thus forming rela
tively wide rounded shoulders, behind
which tho propellers are placed. The
extreme width of the bow at Its rear
extremity Is thus greater than the body
or after-portion of the hull nt any
point ;the lower part of the vessel's
hull, aft of her forward propellers, Is
constructed so ns to have a clear run
of water from such propellers.
The fact that this ship has her pro
pollers driven by distinct engines will
Insure less liability to disablement by
loss of stern screw, breakdown of en
gine or shaft. Tho arrow-headed
steamship Is Independent of tho rud
der, ns In case of accident to It she can
turn easily In narrow channels with
tide, wind or current against her, nnd
can safely approach Quays, wharfs or
other vessels without tug or line as
sistance. If required to land against surface
wash or currents, by running her for
ward propellers against tho current and
Increasing tho speed of the after ono
going nstein ,tho vessel will bo drag
ged Into her berth, while by equalizing
the speed of her propelleis sho can re
main almost motionless without lines
out or anchor down. Doston Tran
Rockwell is Satisfied
With Yankee Land
I.ovette Rockwell, who came home
In the Hongkong Maru from a short
tour of the Orient has not found the far
cast an Inviting country. He considers
Honolulu ahead of any city he visited
and he stopped at all ot them from
Hongkong to Nagasaki. The much
talked of city of Port Arthur was a
great disappointment to Mr. Rockwell.
Here, he expected to find Englishmen
and Americans In demand. On the
contrary he found foreigners at a dis
count and living accommodations very
unsatisfactory. The newspapers pub
lished In the English language In these
North Pacific coast cities are no better
than the backwoods weeklies of Okla
homa and Arkansas. The printing Is
done by old fashioned presses operated
by hand. The papers command high
subscription rates but aro not appre
ciated by advertisers.
Mr. Rockwell said fiom his observa
tions In Japan he believed that country
to be ttpon the verge of a serious finan
cial and business collapse. The de
pression in business In Japan Is every
where apparent. Mr. Rockwell attri
butes the crisis to the disturbance ot
established lines of trnde by the Chi;
nese uprising. He also blames tho
shortsighted policy, which Is still ap
parent III Japan, of discriminating
against foreign capitalists. He be
lieves If the Japanese government
would encourage American and English
cnpltal to come In, that tho develop
ment of tho resources of the country
oulri be marvelous.
The discrimination against foreign
ers Is shown in the matter of tax col
lections. There Is no uniformity of
levy nnd no accounting or showing tn
the people of what Is done with thp
There will be an adiourned meeting of
the Stockholders of THE WAIALUA UEACH
HOTEL CO., LTD., on Saturday, i:?op.
m.. at offices of Kaplolanl Est. 1860-it
AN IMPORTANT MEETING OF
Honolulu Lodge No. GiG. B. P. O. E., will
be held at Progre Hall, King street, on
MONDAY, JUNE 10th, at 7:10 o'clock
All Elks are requestel to be present.
By order of the E. R.
H. D. COUZENS.
iSGojt ' Secretary
W. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Removed to Room 306, Judd Building
The stores of the undersigned will be
closed all diy TUESDAY, JUNE II,
(KAMEIMMEHA DAY). Customers are re
quested to place their orders as early as
possible on Monday.
MAY ft CO.
LEWIS & CO.
U THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE FIHSl
Circuit. Territory of Hawaii Al crumb rt. In pro-
bltj In the mi tier ntt r rotate nf John W. Iun,n.
la'col llmolulu t.u. The lint Will ani Testjm nt
or sau je e ti having tenpresm.l to talj Court.
uirrther with a petition fur the probate tlitrtof, anJ
for Ire luuance of latteri MUmrntaiv to Marlon
Maybm Lun'ne having been fileJ. Notkt Is hereby
given that FrUay, the nth day of July. A D 190 at
10 o'ctoik a m , of tali day. at the Court Room of
sslJ Court, at Honolulu, Oahu, be anj the tame
hereby Is appointed the time and place for proving
aiti win ana lira. i rig ji appitauun.
Honolulu, June 4th. tyji,
liy the Court 1
t86o-June e.i,sT,t8 C erk.
.IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST
uiicuii, territory 01 nawau. Atcrumrtrs, in pro
bate. In the matter u( the estate of J W. Will ten.
latent Honolulu, Oahu, JeceaseJ Petition having
been Med by kD Wllbers, father of said Intestate,
praying t at lettcs of administration upon said estate
be Issued to George R, Carter. N.tlet Is hereby
gien toM Friday, the nth day of July, A.D root, at
10 o clock a m be and hereby is appomted for hear
ing sa d pe lil'jn. In the Court Room of th s Court af
Horolulu. at which time and p act all persons con
cerned may appear and show cause. If at y they have,
why said rethlon should not be granted.
Honolulu, June 4, tooi.
By the Court t
i8fto June t ?j,tt t8 Clerk.
The following commissions have been
Issued this day, from the Department of
Public Works, to the following named
An'rew Brown, Esq , Superintendent
Honolulu Water Works.
Andrew Fuller, Esq., Harbormaster.
John R. Macaulay, Esq., J. C. Lorenzen,
Esq., M. N. Sanders, Esq., E. F. Cimeron,
Esq., Pilots, Port of Honolulu, Islard of
Oahu, Territory of Hawaii.
JAS. H. BOYD,
Supt. of Public Works
Public Works Dept.
Honolulu. May 4, iooi. 1 8Gj-3t
In tbe Circuit Court of the First
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii.
Order tor Special Term,
Deeming It esentlal to the promotion of
justice, I do order tint a special term of
the Circuit Court of the First Circuit be
held In the Judiciary Building In Hono
lulu, commencing TUESDAY, the 18th
day .of JUNE, A D. loot, at ten ol the
clock In the forenoon of said day and con
tinuing for the period provided by law.
Done at Chambers this 3rd day of June,
A. D. iqoi.
(signed) A. S. HUMPHREYS,
The foregoing order Is hereby approved,
(signed) W. F. FREAR,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of
the Territory of Hawaii.
Dated June J, iqoi. t857-td
Ailt. 111 Ihit column vill If tnHrtcil
al lt renin a lint vnr iuttrtion 1 6
itnlt lieu inrrrlioii; 30 ctnl one trtd; 40
cenlilno neUi, and CO ceiili out month.
Thlt i Iht chnitrl aditrliiiiigtierofftrtJ
Hit ptoplt of Honolulu.
SALESMEN EARN I1.0 A MONTH "Mine
or pen carbon con lrE Nok and cher offic.
.ptchtilet by .ample t c.sy .tllcrt: rooi rroti's I
ui4 by .11 merchant : tin. sM line. L. A. fcLY
write, "can mike $,t week." W. O. LAKEY
"cleared $1) In one-halt dav W.J. AUSTIN. Ju
In i)huur.'' H. E PAYNE'S firit order was lor
$1 wotth, Including; 16 copying book, latalogue
tree. MODLL MR,. CO , DIPT, ft, South Dend.
PARISIAN DRFSSMIKER-Mme P. Lambert.
r lac from Ooucet. Pari, ha opened her dresl
maklnir. parlrr. I lrt-cta fining and latett design.
114 Nu'innu Ave . aboe Vlneard t8,T-imo
BOOKKEEPING taught: doubleintry. Short busi
ness method, also fcngllkh. Reasonable 1041
King St ttjo-iw
'OUR FUTURE correctly told. Consult MiJim
J..UUn( I.KMIir I.UIII IIIC I.UIUIIICS. T Wi
Honolulu. II T.
THE UNION ELECTRIC CO. have removed to
1 luSL'nicnSt.. oppost. the Pacific Club. 'ehon.
Main 6. i8-im ,
NOTICE TO BUILDERS-Th. Union tupreis Co
has WHITE SAND FOR SALE n,)tl
WANTED-n attractive toung lady, with first
class refeences, to wait on custome s In store.
New England Bakery. 18 j8Mf
WANTED To Sen jEwtLRV aid Watches
" In th. I.test styles Watches leralred by
teweler ol 15 years experience. O DIETZ, Fort St ,
near Hotel. ,8o8-tt
IWANTED Assistant Pookkeepe-, stenographer
Ye preferred. Address P. O- Box o. ,8-,w
'ANTED A twenty-five or thirty ronmJ houst
ry retpotuirn petrty py me uin or juiy. ;tiw
WANTEt--On wheel wrlght i Ont firstclats
NaCfttraUh helper. Henry Wright, Port M.
WANTED -Book-keepers and nfficc'Cterkt, driven
sale 1 men ani ail classes ot help. Don't wall
until yiu tee the ad j In the paper, but call today at
Select Emptoment Bureau corner of Alakea ani
OFFICE POSITION deslrtJ by competent Book
keeper. "J. L " Bulletin Office. t8Vtw3
UANTED-Brleht reliable boy to learn the print
vv ing buslneis ani make himielf generally ue
fat. Apply anhl office. 1841 -t
WANTED-! adles ani gentlemen to Introduce the
"hottest" teller on eatth Dr. While's Electric
Comb, tatentei .&. Agents are cclnlnr mone .
Cures all forms of scalp all tents, headaches, etc
yet cost the tame as an ntdlnary comb. Send 30c In
tamps for sample D. N. Rose, G.n Mgr., Deca
tur. III. 18 1 9 jra
EXPERIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thoroughly familiar with high speed engines,
Jeslres potiilon. (Ball engines especially) Engineer,
Bulletin Office iB-8-tf
YOUNG MAN, stenographer and tvrewrlter, at
once. Address 'A N " Bulletin Office
rO LET Two furnished rooms. Gents, Apply to
W W. Beebe. care of James Noti, Jr. iBwtw
TO LET A house of over jo rooms, centrally
located. Ail new. Apply Bulletin office. 6oat
FOR RENT One double and three single furnlihei
rooms. Can be used for light house keeping.
Private family. 446 Punchbowl street. iBooiw
FOR RENT-Wllder Avenue, next Alexander St
New t room house, Bed Rooms pnrcefaln bath,
alio nicely furnished cottage, suit llphihoun keep
ing. Law rental. Call or by letter, W. B. this office.
TO LEASE-SIx acres of land tn Kewalo. For
particulars arply to A R. BINDT, offtiewlth
Guide Publlshlne Co . Campbell Block, Merchant
St. Telephone Main )T4
TO LET A lo r room lotiage, kitchen, pantry and
bathing room, situated on Cunha'i Lane, back
ofMneard St Apply to J. A. M. Osorlo, liquor
department of Hoffichlaeger Co., Ltd ,, King street,
FOR RENT A suite of three furnished wms
suitable for housekeeping. i;6; Fort St. iw
FOR RENT-Seven room cottage at Walklkl Beach
Fine location sea bathing, servants quarters.
Inquire at Emmet May's office, 84t
OFFICES FOR RENT Four large rooms now
occupied by Major Robinson at Quartermaster's
offices In Progress B o k, will be for rent after June
10 The ror ms will be rented tlngly or en suite.
Apply to C. S. "etkv, Progress Block. iSuMf
FURNISHED ROOMS -A oner 0031 cottage suit
able f rone gentleman. Also several furnished
roomi, 610 Hotel St. 18 50-1 w
TO LET Five room cottage, enameled tub, etc.,
next to Mormon church. Apply to A, G. Cunha,
at premises it.$t-imo
FOR RENT Motquitt proof, one rpom cottage,
furnlshtJ 60 B, Cottage Walk, off School St
TO LET Elegantly furnished "throughout" Seven
room hojse Rent for term at $4$ per month,
cplendld location. King street, between Walklkl
Road an4 Thomas Square. Atkinson, Room 8, M
goon Building. Merchant St.
TO LET Furnished front room, only S10 monthly.
Private family, jj Vineyacd St., below Nuuanu.
TO LET Four large front rooms, cool and airy,
hot and cold bath, electric lights. Apply to Mrs.
Ta lor, yellow house. Klnau St , near Alapal 4Qtw
rO LET House on Chrltttev Lane and furnKuro
. or"1- APPlyMft H.L.Eddy. 1648-. w
TWO COTTAGES TO RENT. Centrally located.
, Apply lo L. F, Alvarei, mo Emma St. 184fl.1t
TO LEA5E For a term of three years the furnish
ed residence of John Ca.ilJy. Walklkl, a two
s'ory hojsecf nineioon s, with large lanil, mosiulto
proof throughout ; hot wa er for bath, also Co tage
of two rooms In yard. Good beach and set ba hint',
also, fine view of Honolulu JOHN CASblDY, sooj
Beach Roaa. Walklkl, or P. O Box 6n, i84-w
TO LET Sefton llouke, well furnished rooms wlih
board. You g ht , near PMkol 184ft m
OH RENT An eight room Cottage. Alt modern
Improvements. Two minutes ualk from Trim'
y. In.ulreaMheM'nt or Favorite Saloon i8ao tf
TO LET Comfortable cottaees on the premises of
the Sanltay Steam Laundry Co , Ltd.. M arm Ion
and South streets The cottages contain 4 rooms,
kitchen and rath room. No extra charge for hat and
cold water and electric lights, Rent reasonable. Ap
ply on the premises to J, Llghtfoot, manager, v$-tf
WHITNEY & MARSH
Made to Order
Shirts with one pair detach
able cuffs made to your
' $1.35 I.BO 1.73 3.00 9.25
according to the quality
of material selected.
fWYlfYi ,,ou" 'ni lo'. Walklkl road,
PJ.WU.W belonging to titi'e ol G Man
on. For particulars, en lulr ol Mrs. O. Manmn, or
F. L. Watiron. i8i8imo
FOR SALE-Phaeton.-good as new. Full leather
lop. A C Hitchcock, 84 King St i8)-tl
COR SALE- phaeton In excellent condition, cloth
a lined. Cntt fit new. Fnr l rtin Iiv.nlr
olMi. W. C
I.. ... ... ' :-. -. '--"- -.
WeeJon. D!n2hatn St.. or room 8.
FOR SALE P.ants, firm and Hovers In tub
U? Llllha it. i8)-iw
COR SALE at a bargain. House and lot al Punahou
1 Seven rooms and bath. All modern comcnlences.
Apply to Mr. T, D. Clapham, i8)j Anapunl street. ,
COR RENT-To Cottage al Walklkl Rent Itj
per month each. Inquired S. T. Pain, Tram
wiy soltue Puuahou ,8t-aw
FOR MLE-Uargalns: line lot nxnt. MOKAUEA,
kAlllll. srlenJId view, cheap inquire at this
FOR SALE-f6j 00. A bargain Top bulgy, good
asntw, Extrnsl in spring. Made to otder. In
qu'reol V W Wright. Fori St. tijj-im
FOR SALE A blccte merri -go-round, carries 16
paxenger little used, .ovlfoto. will sell lor
'. Enquire .t m Merch.nt St. tl)-w
FOR SALE Alzaroba cor J wood. In quantities to
suit delivered Arrlv R LuSmin. Ksautrmku
street Tel White 1661 18)51
LOR SALE Threa thoroughbred Englhh hle
' tetter pups In-jjlre Washlnjton Light Co , or
Telepnone uj. 18.3-.rn
FOR SALE-SI lot j on Ktpahulu Ruai. Kalmukl
Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
Emtnett May, Judd Building. !! f
COR SALE The furniture of a t rooms house
iermi reasonaoie. 1480 tmma St.
UOTEL FOR SME. good paying; property In
heart of tawn, long lease, cheap rent. Jj.eoo.
Part cash, part mortgage Inquire at this office.
COR SALE A Good House. 10 acres of leet land.
1 plen'v of water, near a plantation and steamer
port, (abargafni Lindsay, P.O. Box 749. Hono
A HOME "UP THE VALLEY," The
f" Huuseanilot at the head of Robinson Lane,
ISuuanu Vall. belonging..) C. B. Ripley Isoflered
for sa'e. This Is one of the choicest homes In the
suburbs of Honolulu; a modern house, almost
new fine sable, wry large shade trees ; no cvler
place in Honolulu, and will be sild on the most
reasonable terms. Apply to owner, on the premises,
or at room 10 Progress Block. t8.f-tmo
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
"The Silver King"
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
John A. Hassinger
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses and
General Business Agent?
Office, AlclnernvBUck. next to C. I. Falk.
Nows conies tlint frank Alvnn Hos
mer, the foimer piesidunt of Onhu Col.
lege, left ror Emoo on Juno 1st. Mr.
Hosmer will ba gono nbout a jear,
ulicu lie nlll 1 etui 11 to Honolulu,
Jas. F. Morgan
11 65 Queen 8tnt
On Saturday, June 8, 4
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen St., I will sell
at Pllhllr Al!it!nn. h nr,lr nf Mr Tt,
mura. 1he lease of that lot on the co'rner of
uiina ana vineyard sts. ine property
has a frontage on Llllha St. of about 41
feet, ana a depth of 1 30 feet. Fronting on
Llllha St. Is a store building of four stores
and ten rooms, which rents for 55.00 per
month.- In the yard are two houses of
sixteen rooms, rentlngfor fOoperliionth.
The lot has three sanitary patent water
closets, wash rooms, etc.. etc. The month
ly rental of this proi.erty Is SO0.00 per
For further particulars enquire of
Jas. F. Morgan,
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
, TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
AnSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by our late
scientific method applied to. the gums. No
slee p-i roduclnr agents or cocaine.
These are the onlv dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLIANCES
and Ingredients to extract, fill and apply
gold crowns and porcelain crowns unde
tectable from.natural teeth, and warrnted
for ten vears, WITHOUT THE LEAST PAIN.
All work done by GRADUATED DENTISTS
of from 12 to so years' experience, and each
department In chargeof a specialist. Give
us a call, and vou will find us to do exact
ly as we advertise. We will tell you in
advance exactly what your work will cost
by a FREE EXAMINATION.
Set Teeth SB 00
Gold Crowns $5 on
Gold FIIIInji , gi nn
Silver Fillings 80c
Our name alone will be a guarantee that
your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
ROOM 1, (LITE bUUUINa. '
ROOM 4, (LITE UUllDINO,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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