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RESIDENTS AND r
Bcotn Hawaii's Record.
Wushlngton, Juno J jCql. W. J.
Elliott, editor of tho '-Washington
tilobe, u sensational Sunday paper, In
the police court today, was held for the
Urund Jury by Judge Scott, In bonds
of $500, on a charge of criminal l)bel.
The plaintiff was Mrs. Vlctorlno Alex
ander, a department employe,
Elliott Is an Ohloan. He formerly
edited the Sunday Capital In Columbus.
Personal Journalism reunited In a dead
ly street conlllct una Elliott killed his
roan, a rival editor. Ho received a life
ntence, but wus parokd a couple of
years ago. serving eight ears In tbo
PRE6H LOADED SHELLS
just received for the opening of the
DOVB SEASON, JULY 1st.
Parker and other guns at prices to
suit the pocket books : : : : :
LANGE STOCK OF
S. W. LEDEHER, Prop.
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Valley, and
easy access to
volcano In the
World. - - - -
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MUJI.
In accordance w'th Section i of Chapter
XXVI, of the laws of 1880:
All persons holding water prMleges, or
those paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the water rates for the term ending
December 31, loot, will be due and pay
able at the office of the Honolulu Water
Works on the 1st day of July, 1901.
All such rates remaining unpaid for 15
days after they are du will be subject to
an additional ten per cent.
All privileges up n which rates remain
unpaid August 15, tool, (30 days after
becqmlng delinquent), are liable' tb 'id pen
sion without further notice. '
Rates are payable at the office of the
Water Works In the basement of Capitol
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, June 20, 1001. .-1870 lot
The BERETANIA STREET BRIDGE
over Nuuanu Stream will be closed to the
pjbllc until farther notice.
187VIW A.st. Supt. Public Works.
Fop Sole I
flahu Lumber and Building Co.
SuWribcra to tho ULTLLKTIN
not receiving their papers promptly
will confer 11 favor by notifying tho
Business Oilicu; Telephone 250.
Senate Raises Salaries
All Along Line
ATTORNEY GENERAL IS
VOTED THOUSAND MORE
Independents and Republicans Join
in Merry Dance-Increase of
$7,800 in Four and
- Half Page3.
After weeks of hard ork and Btcady
plodding along the line of a reduction
of salaries and other Items In the Ap
propriation bill, the Senate today cast
conservatism to the four winds and In
stituted Instead, an era of liberalism.
Tbo Appropriation bill wan taken up
tu third reading nnd, at the drop of the
hat, the raisins of Items began, both
Independents unci Republicans Joining
In the merry song of "Let 'er o Gal
lagher." After the preliminaries had been
dealt with In the Senate this forenoon
Mr. Crabbc, under suspension of rules,
read tho follow lug petition from Frid-
crkk Harrison, which was referred to
tho Committee on Public expenditures.
Tho petition of the undersigned,
Frederick Harrison of Honolulu in the
Territory or Hawaii, humbly shoucln:
That jour petitioner has for the last
twenty-ono (21) years carried on the
business of contractor and builder In
the Hawaiian Islands.
That on nnd between the 13th and
16th dnjs of Jauuary, 1900, ho wasJn
Atructed by the President of the Hoard
of Health to prepare several rooms In
the block In Honolulu bounded by
King, Alakca, Richards and Merchant
utrcetB for tho fumigation of the goods
and furnlturo In tho scleral bouses and
stores In the said block preparatory to
That on such Instructions ho remov
ed all tho goods and furnlturo In such
block Into such fumigation rooms and
after fumigation and Inspection by the
proper ofllccr of tho Board of Health,
ho moed tho same t,ooJs and furniture
to tho place provided lor samo by tho
said Uoard In Printer's lane, Honolulu.
That our petitioner furnished his
bill of charges for the performance
of tho said woik to the Hoard of
Health, a copy of which bill Is hereto
That the said bill was referred tot
consideration to the Committee ot Pub
lic Health ot this Honorable House.
That through somo neglect or over
sight your petitioner was not given an
opportunity of explaining the said bill
to the said committee, and that tho
committee therefore, not understand
ing the nature of the claim, advised
tbat It be not Included In the Appro
priation bill, and It was therefore omit
ted from such bill.
Wherefore your petitioner prays that
ho bo allowed by this Honorable House
to be heard regarding his said claim
and to give reasons why a sum should
bo appropriated for its payment.
This report having teen disposed of
tho Appropriation bill was taken up for
consideration. Tho salary of tho chief
clerk In the Secretary's cfflco was rais
ed from $3000 to $3000 and then cam
the salary of the Judiciary Department
which was, on second readings passed
at $5000. There was n merry tight of
a halt an hour, Messrs. White, Kalau-
okalanl, John Drown and Crabbo
speaking In favor ot a raise of $1000
nnd Messrs. Paris, Achl, Knnuha mnd
Kaohl going directly counter to tba
proposition. The motion ot Mr. Whits
to raise the salary to $6000 was Anally
lost On top of this, Mt. Paris moved
to Increase the Item to $5400, the old
salary ot Henry Smith. This carried.
Having started on tho upward trend,
tho Senators did not seem able to stop
nnd the raising of salaries began, the
result being as follows: Salary ot Ha
waiian Interpreters (First Circuit),
raised from $6000 to $7200; Portuguese
Interpreter and Translator, $1200 to
$2100; District Magistrate, Lahalna.
Third Class, from $2200 to $2100; Dis
trict Magistrate East nnd West Kont,
Fourth Class, from $16!i0 to $1800.
Tho greatest surprise of the day came
Just at this point. Tho Department of
the Attorney Ocneral had been reached
and the clerk had read the Item, "Sal
ary of Attorney General, $8000," when
Mr. Kalauokalani aroso and asked to
increase the amount to $9000. Thl
took Mr. Kanuha's breath away and,
In answer to a question put by him,
Mr .Kalauokalani said; ''We have vot
ed $9000 for tho Superintendent of
Public Works and it Is my opinion that
there should be no partiality. Such
men as Mr. Dole and Mr. Boyd are the
executive heads of the Territory and
they should be treated alike. The Re
publicans were in favor of the raise
and the Independents said nothing
more after Mr. Kalauokalani had
finished speaking. The Item passed at
The Senate then went on with the
raising of salaries, as follows: CTe"fk
to High Sheriff, $3000 to $3600; Clerk
to Sheriff of Hawaii, $1800 to $2100;
Clerk to Sheriff ot Kau.il. $800 to $1000;
Clerk to Sheriff ot Maul, $1800 to $2000;
Deputy Sheriff of South Kohala, $1200
to $1800; Deputy Sheriff of South Ko
na, $1800 to $2000; Deputy Sheriff of
Lahalna, $1920 to $2000; Deputy Sher
1ft of Walnlua, $1200 to $1800. '
When the Senators had reached this
Item they figured up the result, found
that the appropriations had been In
creased $7800 In four and one-half
pages and, at 11:30 o'clock, took a re
cess until 2 o'clock.
Fino Job Printing nt tho Bul
Weather Bureau, Punahou, June 26.
Temperature Morning minimum,
9; Midday maximum, 83.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.00. Steady,
Dew Point 67F.
Humidity at 9 n. m. 74 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, June
26. Weather cloudy; wind fresh 8E
tNTRO TO COURT
I'uesJav. June 25.
Haw r Hawaiian Isles. Rice. (2 davs
from Newcastle with 3530 tons coal to
tuna Koipn v-o.
OSS Sierra, Houdlette, from Sydney
Wednesday. June 26.
Am bKt Benecla, Bowes, 13 days from
OSS Sonoma, Van Orterndorp, from
Tuesday, June 2.
Stmr James Makee. Tullett. for Kapaa,
Stmr Miltahala, Gregory, for Niwlll
wlh, Hanamaulu And Koloa.
Stmr Iwalatil, Greene, for Lahalna, Ka
nnapill, Horfikaaand tukuihacle.
Stmr Lehua, Dower, for Maul and
Stmr Mvkolll, Napala, for Maul and
Schr Golden Gate, Mason, for Kahu
ul. Am sp W H Smith, Colley, for the
Sound In b.ll.st.
Wednesday, June :6.
OSS Sierra, Houdlette, lor San Fran
cluo. Am sp George Curtis, Calhoun, for San
Am sp Marlon, Chllcott Weedon, for
Am bkt J, C Pflueger, Potter, for San
Am bk Reap:r, S-illtrke, for th; Sound.
From tbe Colonies, per O S S Sierra.
June 25 Mr and Mrs Featherstoiie, Miss
f eatherstone, Nance Norries, Haul fcgry,
Per O. S; B. Sierra, Ju'ne 20. for San
Francisco. Mrs. J. 1). Hopkins, L,
Homlngsbcrger, Slg. Simon, W, 11,
Morrison nnd wife, Miss A. Smith,
Mary A. Tlcrsley, L. Chaane, Mis. T,
Crclg. W. A. Drlscoll, -vlfe nnd Infnnt,
K. Bentrlcc. K. Mahlf-m V. Wolters
John A. McCabe, S. 3l..'erstone, wife
nnd child, Mrs. dipt. Clark, Miss
Clark, T. S. Sedgwick and wife, Miss
M. II. Afong. Mrs. L. .Frazer. Miss
I'razler. Mrs. G. A. Stevens. Mies
Stevens. Miss C. A. Potter, Miss X.
B. Forsythe, Mr. and Mrs. C. I.lston,
Miss Mary A. Lofqulst, Mrs. B. F. Sun-
dow. Mrs. F. I'atton. child and inutd.
C. C. von Ilamm.'.Mis O. IT. Walker,
W. C. Crooke. S. A. Crooke, Miss IC. T.
Nielsen, wife nnd 4 children, Mns. B.
Ferrclra, F. J. Camara, wife and ?.
children, Charles Dyer, Mr. and 'Mis J.
C. Patterson, C. B. Lundahl, F. Bom'.,
wife nnd child, Miss M. Cousyn, N. J.
Lewis, wife and 2 children. S. M. Lois Ik,
W. F. Taylor, T. O. Williams, J Mc
Oouan, L. M. Oregware, J. Tabor, E. E.
Wright, Miss Mary Tuughlin, F. K.
Nichols, Mrs. E. W. Fuller and dauch
tor, Mrs. Montague Turner nnd maid,
Mrs. J. A. Hopper, Miss Margaret Hop
per .Miss M, L. Peterson, Miss E. Mc-
Klnley. Mrs. W. F. BiowhSna child,
Mrs. Isabella Crclghton, Miss Daisy
LUhman, J. P. Erdman, II. V. Sfiirle'
vnnt, Miss Mae IfOdnctt. Mrs. A. A.
Curtis and child, Miss Emma Lyons,
Miss Ada Lycctt, Mrs. Rosalia H. Weir.
Alvtn Keocli, Miss McLean, H. 7.1.
Lull, Mrs. F. B. McSto:ker and daugh
ter. Miss A. Woods, L. A. Wills, L. H.
Miller. Mrs. W. G. Walker, Dr. and
Mrs. Rice, II. Dediert, C. S. Desky, V.
L. Richmond, Charles Walt, D. H.
Lewis, S. P. Perry and children, T. E.
Hudson, Mr. fend Mrs. Elleford, Mrs.
J, A. Magoon nnd children, C. Mat
thews, Mrs. S. Matthews, A. Scaler
holz, H. I. Randolph, W. A. Vawter,
Miss Johnson, Miss A, Clark, S. P.
Perry, A. J. Coats, Miss Alice Smith,
Mrs. F. A. Handy, Miss It. Needham,
Miss Alice Lyle, H.Tj; Lcthner, W. S.
Nott, P. Wagner, M. Pancoast, S. Ke
lllnoi and wife, John Northway, Henry
Green, George Green, U. II. Sylvia,
Mrs. Heltman and Infant, E. II. Wal
lers, Mr. Mattle and son. Mrs. Dillen,
F. P. Rosccrans. wife nriS'tTiird, L. A.
Wells, D. Mattos and wife, and tho
2EALINDIA DELAY iY
The putting back of the steamer
Zcalamlla through tho giving out of
her starboard boiler may mean a great
er expense to the Ocean!, company
than the mero delay of the ship v.d
the cost of repairs. Uncle Sam has to
he figured iwlth in the matter on ac
count of a contract for carrying the
mails. The company has a contract
with the government to carry the mall
between San Francisco and this port
for one year from the 17th day ot May
this year to the 17th of May ot 1902.
The company agreed, to make a round
trip between the points', mentioned
every three 1 weeks, the time from port
to port tar bo about six days.
On account ot the failure of the
Oceanic company to live up to Its
agreement through Inability ot tbo
Zealandla to make the run In the spe
cified time they are very likely to have
a penalty Imposed upon them for fall
Regarding the statement being mado
pretty generally slnco the return ot tbo
Zcalandla that she was sent uway in
an unscawortby condition, Captain
Dowdell nnd Chief Engineer Keller say
It Is utterly false, After repairs were
mado to tho vessel's boilers thov weie
tested with a high watT nressure and
found to bo all right. That they were
all light Is proved by tbo fact that up
to tho time they began to leak ngaln
the vessel iad been making between
cloven nnd twelve knots an hour. Then
tho starboard boiler began to give out
with the result that tho vessel put
hack. It Is expected that by Monday
tne permanent repairs will be effected
and tho vessel will start for San Fran
Tho Evening Bullatln, 75 cents per
Ad$. in Ihii column trill lit iutirtnl
a' IB ttnlt (i Kh one iuterliun : SS
eenlttvio inttilhntl SO ttnlt out v ttl; 40
eenli two tretlt, ami to cnitt one month.
This i tht cheapttl titittititingtitrvjj'trtd
the ptvptt of Honolulu,
SALESMEN ERN Jito A MONTH sIUhk
o r r?n tarbon P)lng: boot, ind oihei olfic.
ipclil'i3s by turpi. , tiy wller : gooi rrofits r
ui bv .11 Ri.rrhinti ! tin. IJ. line. L. A. t-LY
wtltti "fin nuke Jij ek " W. O LARfcY
"t e.rj si, in 6u.nj I di w. j. aus i in. st,
lnihuur'' H b. PAYNES lirti order for
fit worth, IncluJInf ,6 corvine book latetoKue
tree. MODEL MFG. CO , Dtl'T. si. SoulK Mend.
PARISIAN nRESSMAKEH-Mme l Umbert.
l,e Iron Ducet, Paris, his opened her Jiess-maklnc-
nirl&rs t,,,.list fitlhc .nJ latest deslenf.
no Njuanu Ave . above Vineyard ,8,T-imo
VOUR FUTURE correct!) Md. Consult Madam
basoon, lecenll) from Me colonies, f u.
OT1CE TO RUILDERS-The Union Eiprtu Co.
mi wniic aonu run ialc M"
A ANTD Large House, it rooms, with garden,
vv not tm far tioncntreof city. Aii'css Major
Woo sioSotthSt or P.O. Box i8 i6t4iw
uATED-To Sell JewtLHr and Watches
vv In tM litest Btles. Watches repaired by a
telv of ij years tperlence, C. DIETZ, Fort St ,
ner Hotl 1808-tf
WANTbD -U okkeepers and office clerks, drivers
salesmen and ail classes of hilp Don I wait
until yiu see the add In tr-e paper, but call oday at
detect Emplojment Uureau corne o( tlakea and
OFFICE POSITION Jeslr'J t caipetent Book
oegpee 'J. L ' Biffletln Orfice s84V1.no
WANTED ladies and gentlemen to Introduce tht
hottest' se'ier on eath Dr. While's Electric
Comb, latented 1809 Agents are cilnlnr mone
Cures all forms of scalp alhents. headaches, etc
yet costs the sane aintdlnry cimb. Sendjccln
lamps for simple D. N. Rose, On Mgr , Deca
tur. Ill 1819-jm
EXPERIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thonughly familiar with high speed engines,
Jeslres p isi'lon (Dill emtlnes especially) Engineer,
Bulletin Ottice 18 8-tf
OUNG MAN. stenographer and typewriter, at
I once Address "A N" Bulletin Office
FO RENT Large furalihed loom for rent with
ull conveniences Klnau St , miuk side, scond
house from Ptlkoi, il7S-tw
TO IET J?.jo Wilier Avmue, Punahou. New
House t rooms 1 bedrooms, porcellan bsth,
pan ry, etc. Address W. B. th'sOfice. i8y;-tf
.OR RENT For Ju'y and August furnished two-
s'oy houw. seven rooms ena kitcnen. 104 scnooi
stree. nejr Emma Apply on rremUes i8.w
COR RENT A large one-room cottage, furnished
sultib e tor four men or light housekeeping; alio
small one r om to tageand stvcral other nice rooms.
"J19 Hot I stroet tSre-iw
CURNISHED ROOvl DURING SUMMER for one
ur two ladies suitable fo' teacters at'endlng
summer school Appty, giving name and address, to
A H. this office iT4-lf
IP you have a house for rent, or want to rent a
house, rail on -.. R BlNDT. office with Guide
Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Merchant street,
Telaplotit Main n il4Ttf
FOR RENT July t Large houe and grounds,
with stables; mftdrn Improvements tin Pawaa,
Inquire of Mr, Uthttoot. Sanitary Steam Laundry
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished bedrooms, kit
chen and bath, suitable for light housvkeeplng.
Fort street $18 a monh. Apply tit Kings reet,
ner South i8r-iw
TO LE T A rooming h jus ot 1 j ooms, completely
firnbhtd. Call at 610 H tel Si. i8t4iw
OFFICES FOR RENT-In Brewer building, Queen
street, on reasonable terms. Appty to C Drewer
it Co , Ltd, i86i-tnos
OFFICES TOR RENT Four large rooms now
.occupied by Major Robinson as Quartermaster's
ifHces In Progress B 0 k, will be 'or rent after June
10 The rot'ms will be retred singly or en suite.
Apply to C. S 1 asks , Progress Block. i8-tf
TO LET Five roitn cottage, enameled tub, etc.,
ne.t to Mormon church. Apply to A, G. Cunha,
at premises i8j,tmo
rO LET SoltonHouw, well furnished rooms with
biard. You'g Ht , near Pilkol 1841-im
FOR RENT An eight room Cottage. All modern
Imorovement. Two nl"utes walk from Tram
way. Inju.re a tbe M'nt or Favor'te Mloon t8to tf
Tu lu 1 "iToiotortawo cottages on me premises 01
the Sanita y Stum Laundry Co . Ld. Marralon,
and boui streets The cottages contain 4 ro ms,
kitchen ani oath room. N tta charge for hot and
cold water and el ev trie lights, Rent reasonable. Ap
ply on th premises ta J Xlghlfoit manager c8tf
IOR SALE CHEAP A new surrey, on'v used a
r w times California Feed To. i868.w
AN ESTABLISHED PAYING BUSINESS with
r npportunlty of Increaie. Must be sold on account
of party leaving town. On mon'h's services given
FRtu If purihaMi before July t, iqii. Apply 10 F,
J Russell. Attorn i) Magobn RulMing
A"HOMEMUPTIIE VALLEY." The
Huuseandlot at the head of Koblnsnn Lane,
Nuuanj Valley, belonging to C, B Ripley Is offered
for sa e This is one of the choicest homes In the
suburbs ot Hcnolalu. a moiern houw, almost
new, fine s ibi very large hhade trees t no coler
place In Honolulu, and will be sold on the moit
re son 1 Me terms, Apply to owner, on the premises,
or at room 10, Pfogeis Btirt 8imn
COR SALE Hive just received a lot uf new and
terond'lunJ fentith Premier jptf-rliers. whl.h
ar for sale or rent An unusual iriance for se urg
a yooj ini tnup oijcinny wxninnjn i gm .u
"OR SALE Phajton goM as new. Kit leather
top, a u uticnock, bt4 King at .""
FOR SALE A phaeton In excellent condition, cloth
lined Cost $j new. For sale cheap in iulfd
of Mrs W, C Weed in Bingham St, or room a.
Model Blcwk i8jTtf
PR b ALE-$05 00 A bargain. Top bugg, good
asnw Cfctwitlunspiings Made to ordrr. In
gulreofW W Wright, fort at i8!im
-- -1 . .. . , 4 1
uuk .ifltu-trree wirougnnitM rngnsn wnite
I setter puot In.lra Washington Lfght Co , or
WHITNEY & MARSH
MADE. TO ORDER
Shirts with one pair detachable
cuffs made to your measure for
$1.2S ' 1.SOJ jjl(.7g 2.00 2.25
according to the quality of the
mateiial selected : : : : :
FOR ALE "Furniturt of 8 room I houit tor salt
with tr ivied m of rent In the titnt mitStioo
returns $4o,m centrally toca ei. AJJrtss to this
office. i It tf
COR SALE Safe, vouni?. fumllv carrlitrt horse.
1 buevv nl harness t ltfeethr or separate.
Apply H S. TowtisenJ, Manna Valley. i84iw
FOR SALE-My stallion, "WMI K." breJ from
Tor ret me-not bv Bowell. Jr A eentle drlvlnr
horse, vatuabte for breeilnj; purposes as well as a
irc ituJiicr, jona cmmciuin. iei. tiaiia in
I..-,.,.-. .,... i
'(tc rAA ATi House and lot, Walklkl.roai,
P5,UVAi.UU betonetne to state of GMan
ton. ror panic wars, enquire 01 mra j. manson, or
K L. Waliron. i8s8imo
HOTEL FOR SAl E. rood paying property In
heart of town, lone lease, cheap rent Jjoo.
Part cash, part mortgage Inquire at this office.
COR SALE Six tots on Kapahulu RoaJ, Kalmukl
1 Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Appty
EmmetiMay. Juii Building. mMI
LOST On AUkea street beleen Merchant and
Klnc, a gold locket with Initials J. S K. de M,
Hnder please nturn to thl office and rece've reward.
LOST on Pall road four certificates of McBrlde
stock No value except to owner as numbers are
knovn and transfers stopped Reward 00 bringing
o Eakln. stockbroker. Fort at. 868-iw
TENDERS FOR PEED.
Sealed tenders will be received at the
office of the TERRITORY STABLES CO .
LTD., until 12 o'clock noon, July 1st. for
supplying tne company witn trea tor tnree
montnsrrom mat date, as follows:
20 ton (more or less) feed oats, per ton
20 ton (more or less) wheat bag, large
Dale, per ton.
5 ton (more or less) rolled barley, per ton,
) ton (mare or less) coarse bran, per ton,
We do not bind ourselves to accept the
lowest or any oiu.
TERRITORY STABLES CO., Ltd.
J. S. ANDRADE,
t874-4t . " Manager,
ONE WEEK ONLY
Two hours and a half of Comedy, Songs
ana marvelous AcroDatic reals
DRILL SHED GROUNDS
MONDAY. JUNE 84.
In his sensational 86 foot dive Into a 6-foot
tank of watei ; In front of tent,
FREE-7:30 Every Evening-FREE
Reserve seats on sale at WALL, NICHOLS
& CO., cmmenclng I nursuay, June 20m,
Popular Prices 25c, 50c, and 75c.
The Oceanic steamor Sierra arrived
last evening from tho Colonies after a
fast trip. The vessel left Sydney a lit
tie behind time but mado it up before
Auckland was reached. Between the
two places some rough weather was
met, From Auckland to, port a fine
trip was made but, tbe steamer (was
delayed several hours off Pwjo Pago by
a denso fog. Tbe Sierra brought near
ly one hundred first and second
cabin passengers from the Colonies so
the many people here who wero anx
ious to loave In her, found to their Joy
that there was plenty of room. Last
night from tho time the eescl was
sighted until nearly midnight tho offi
ces of the agents were crowded with
people all clamoring fov news of their
chances. When they found that there
was room for about two hundred' In the
first und second cabin ai,d lots of room
In tho steerage, the anxiety abated and
ever; thing was serene again.
Tho Sierra sailed Mt noon with as
largo a crowd ot passengers as has ever
sailed from hero In one steamer.. The
band was at the wharf and tho Zealnn
dla passengers who left hero Saturday
got nnotlier send oft today. All the
Zcalandla passengers who wished it.
ert scnl uff In tho vessel today.
. -si ' Xf ' i
Jas. F. Morgan -f
il 68 Queen Stpoot
TWO NEW HOUSES
One house on Beretanla and Pilkol. at
$00 a month : one house on Klna'i, near
Pilkol, at $80 a month,
Further particulars of i
Jas. F. Morgan, i, '
65 Queen Street. ' r
LODGING HOUSE FOR RENT.
, A, LARGE, NEWLY-BUILT ROOM
Inc house of thlrt-two rooms, each about
In X (9 ft. Turn n i,.n, .!.. ...I
three bathrooms downstairs, an J the same
numoer upstairs. Location near comer
Fort and VlneyarJ streets.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 QUEEN STREET
No More Dread
of the oental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These aro the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients ,to extract, nil
and annlv ftolrl crownn nnrl nnrtplnl
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
nnu warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done bv ORAnilATEn nrwnsTS nt
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge ot a Special
ist, utvo us a can, and you will find
US to do exactly as we nrlvrrHoo v
will tell you In adranro exactly what
your worK will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. 8et Teeth $8 00
Gold Crowns $5 00
Gold rilltnihi 81 no
Silver Fillings SIX
Our namo alone will be n guarantee
that your work -will be ot tho best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street. -LADIES
, -ol. HT'iittifi. M&6& l
. !,' $
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