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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., MONDAY, JULY 8, 1901.
f Cy F!iTW "mJM
FRESH LOADED SHELLS
just received for the'opening of the
DOVE 8EA60PJ, JULY tst.
Parker and other guns at prices to
suit the pocket books : : : : :
E. O. HALL- & SON,
KING AND FORT 8TREET
HURRAH FOft THE 4th OF JULY
HAS RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK Or
IS'ow I3r-voirkt RIukm, Shields,
FeatonlnKi -'Dccorntlon - Bunttnfi,
Torpedoes, Luntorn's,' Etc., Etc.,
-nhich will be sold at San Francisco- bribes.
' ' '
ASSORTED CASES OF FIRE-WORKS
from Sio.oo to 825.00 at tbe : :
BERETANIA ST., NEAR FIRE STATION
P. 0. Box 535' S. W. LEDERER, Prop. -
HONOLULU, T. H.
THE World's Entertainers
An organization composed of the,Leading Feature.ond
Highest Salaried Artists known to the Vaudeville World,
PARIS, LONDON. BERLIN AND NEW YORK
all contributing. This Great Company en-route to
Australia, will give a series of Entertainments at the
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE beginning - - -
JULY 9th, 'Ol
THURSDAY EVENING, JULY nth ; SATURDAY
EVENING, JULY 13th pther Performances may be ,
announced later. Distinct Changes in the Programme.
The Greatest Character Impersonator of Modem Times, In his Artistic Creation,
"Great Men, Past and Present," of whom the London Post said "The Strongest and
aoat Varied Performance ever seen In London," Clement Scott In London Dally Tele
paph, wrote "Legitimate Amusement tinged with Thought and Intellectuality. "
1 KELLY ASH BY,
ASSISTED BY MISS ROBERTS In their Tblrllllngly Sensational Acro
batic Comedy .and Eccentric, Pantomimic Specialty, tbe reigning Feature of
'Music Halls In London, Paris. Berlin and New York, absolutely without Eq
baL an act Entirely Unique and Novel,
Refined Versatile Comedian and Grotesque Dancer Catchcy Songs,
Sparkling and Unique .Music. Clement Scott in London Dally Telegraph
rmld: "Arthur Kelstone has Brains as well as Activity, having the True
Comic Force and Invention to boot, he was tbo distinct success of tbe
A'NTJ HER LOUISIANA PICKANINNIES America's Foremost Singing
Coinedlenno whose Marvelous Rendition of Character Songs has won her, the
'Homage of countless thousands, will be assisted by her Pickaninnies, pre
sent a most Amusing Southern Sketch. -
CHARLES R. SWEET,
rhe Quaint, Funny Monologlst and Musical Comedian, Unequalled In the
JJIralc world. Tbe very essence of all that Is humorous and entertaining In
lae way of telling stories and rendering Eccentric Music.
THE MAHR SISTERS
Tho Idols of New York amusement lovers. Favorite nnd Famous Danc
ing Comediennes presenting a Terpslcborean Specialty replete With alluring
scanty and entrancing eltects.
' MR. AND MRS. TOBIN,
'itibtrumentallstB par excellence Unquestionably the Greatest of all
austcal Artistes, In a Repertoire of New and Catchy Melodies, Introducing
Many different Musical Instruments. ' y
ifHie Gifted Lyric Artiste, presenting the Very"'Nowest American Fad,
Pictured Melody-Illustrated Songs. A most delightful and Interesting Musi
eilJJovelty. " '
ALLEN SHAW, "
The Monarch of Coins, In all the World his Equal s not to be found.
Tint tbe Human Hand could be trained to dach a degreo tot dexterity Is a
.matter of great wonder. n 1
,1 THE PROJECTOSdo'PE,
The Electrical W IzarJ, Thoms Edloon's Newest and rriost Improved Machine for
Projecting Moving Pictures, presenting a series of Interesting Scenes and some Ainus
' MJLLE. ASTRATETA,
The Altractlv anis Graceful Parjslenne, renowned for Brilliant Achievements In
Elect'jcal effects as applied to Fire Dances and llluslonary Lights. ,
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Remember The World's Entertainers at the Hawaiian
Opera House, Opening Tuesday Night. July 9th, 1901
Absolutely the Greatest Aggregation of Vaudeville Stars evet
Assembled In one Performance.
PRICES-Orchestra and Dress Circle, 91.00; Family Circle
75c : Gallery, SOc. SEATS RESERVED IN ADVANCE
AT WALL, NICHOLS & CO.
HENRY LEB and JAMES G. RIAL, Proprietors.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, July 8,
Temperature Morning minimum,
73; Mlday maximum, tb.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30 03. Steady.
Dew Point C5F.
Humidity at 9 a. tn, S8 per cent.
Diamond Head Slgntl Station. July
. Weather, hazy; wind light E. .
Five masted schooner off Koko Head.
4 Sunday, July 7.
'Stmt Iwalanl, Greene, from Honokaa.
Stmr Mlkahala, Gregory, from Nawlll
will. Stmr Nllhau, Thompson, from Anahola,
Stmr Claud Ine, P2tker, from Maul and
Stmr1 Klnau,' Freeman, from Hllo and
Am schr Oliver J Olsen, OIen, from
Newcislle for Elcele; anchored off port.
Stmr Helere, Nlcholsen,' from Hawaii
Stmr Mokolll, Napala. from Maul.
Monday, July 8.
Am schr A B Johnson. Segelhorst, 63
davs from Newcastle, anchored outside for
Am schr Emma Claudina, 19 days from
Am bk Hadyn Brown, Paulsen, 2) davs
from Departure Bay. 1
Saturday, July 6.
Am bk Alden Besse, Kersell, for San
Francisco with sugar.
1 Am bk Andrew Welch, Drew, for San
Francisco with sugar.
C-A Mlowera. Hemmlnir. for the
Sunday, July 7.
P M S S China. Seaburv. for the
Monday, Julv 8
Am bk Mohican. Kellev, for San Fran
TO SAIL TII18 AFTERNOON.
StmrHanalel, Pedersen, for Kauai pcrts
at 4 P m.
From Hllo and way ports, p-r stmr Kl
nau, July 7 K S- Jordan, J -I". Nichols, C
Camp, A Buchanmn, Sister Susan, Sister
Helena. Miss R Kabul, Miss A Naiilmn.
Mrs J Dow, Captain Berger, J Bowler, J
H McDonough, E D Clark, Captain II
Evans, Dr W T Monsarrat, A W Seabury,
E H Lewis, Mlis Naopala, Joe Fernan
dez, D Ferelra, F H McNamara, J Fernan
dez, Willie Lucas, DukeNlchol, JTMc
Crossen, H Irwin, ,L A Thurston, H M
Ayres, Miss R Nikea, Hon W H Hoogs.
Col W H Cornwell, J A Barr, Mts C D
Stone. Dr W Peters, CLScrlmger. A
Beechhanz, L Barkhauen, Pang Bat,
rang xuen, u m veiifsen, f H iiaysei
den. H A Kost'g, A C Dowsett, A Ray
mond, Hon W A Rodenberg, J Wake
field, CL Dickens. Edgar HalsteJ, CM
judd. us Mollowav and wire. Master r
II Brown, Miss M E Lewis, Miss F Blxhy,
A C Gehr, N A Sager. F A Smith, Dr b
S Jordan, E R Helm, M R Coulter, W
Jennings n, J K Like, C McDonagle,
unang unow, Luxe Along wan. (J H
Snyder, J P Kanuha, Philip Esplnda,
Miss J Mahoe, W Dower, Harry Wood,
John Rosa, S Slmas, J McAullffe, Miss A
Kanoho, C Cnmp, Nlcel Jackson, M
Branco. C Swain, F Wundenberg anJ
wife, E C Macfarlare, H R Macfarlane, G
(Noitemus and 90 on deck.
From Hilo and way ports, per stmr Clau
dine, July 7-C B Wersand wife, Masters
Wells 2, D Conway, Dr R W Anderson,
T A Slmrson. Miss A Simpson, H A Pe
terson, Dr J H Raymond, Mrs J T. Tay
lor, Mr Wright ar.d wife, Captain Murray
and wife, MrsSKalama, HonSKawal
hoa, Rev A V Soares. A It Vlerra. Miss S
Oss, Misses Aars 2, W Atong. J J Drum
mond, Mrs S A Bailey, Miss E Hart, Miss
Koplhe, E H PlePer, P C Brede, E P Ma
ble, Mr Cox, Mrs Moore, Mr Scott, Mr
Dlnklesplel, Miss N J Malone, Mrs J C
McStay, Mrs Johnny, Mrs Tom Dow,
Mrs Phlefer and three children, WD
Speckmann, Samuel Upa and 36 on deck.
From Honokaa, p:r Stmr Iwalanl, July
7 M V Holmes and Miss Emma Williams
From Kauai, p;r Stmr Mikahala, July
7 H A henberg. Mrs F Weber and daugh
ter, Miss M J I Iter, E C Cotton, HH
Perrv, Nrs Winkler, Annie Koopja, Mrs
E N Holdsworth, Miss Hnldsworth, Mls
Tinkler, J H Kauai, Mrs P Kohahone, E E
Conant, J C Davis, M N Bergen, Jona
than Shaw, W A Baldwin, E Omsted,
H A Jarger, J A Kaeo. Rey. J Aklna,
Judge Kaklna. Mrs Kaklna, KnJo, F C
Clark, L M McKeague, Mrs Kala and
daughter, ChilstianBaplta, and 43 deck
It Is possible that the J. B. Thomss
wPI go to S. F. Instead of Acapulco to
discharge. Her coal cargo Is for the P. M,
Captain Tom Clark brought the steam
er Klnau from Hllo. Captain Freeman's
eyes are giving him trouble again.
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WHITNEY & MARSH
MADE TO ORDER
Shifts with one pair detachable ' d
cuffs made rtp yl0ur measure for V
$1.25 l.SO 1.75 il00 2.25
according to. the quality of the' '.$'
material selected : : : : :
AtU. (n Ihil enlumn tfi1 be inttrltil
nl Jl) ctuli a line one iiiterlhn : US
emit lico inrerlhim;' SO ceiitt vite u eel; 40
emit liro Kttlt, and CO eenlt one month.
Tltiii n the cliMiifni ndterlitiiigeiervyertii
the people of Honolulu.
OTICE I hate rmoJ my tulnsi offict to its
i;Ahiimnii ktrort whrr I will be rltftfttJ to ite
mV IrlcrJs ml patrons. A R. BlnJt, Collector nJ
Uutn Aztnu 1870M1
AM. MOORE StenoetrhvniTpwitttnK
Mlcttc4.Koomti.CamptcllBtk.Tcf. Main 181
NOTHEi-Thc pr eland of tht Atexaniu Younff
ButlJIne, anJ the rrtvatc 'rect to t known ai
Dlihop street, are cImiJ to the puMIc until further
ronce (sionbd WM. MUT H,
lJjS-jtmi Supt. A'exanier Young Bl .
ALESMEN EARN $100 A MONTH sellmK
- our pen carron copying cooks ana otner omcc
specialties by sample j easy llers j eooi rrofits:
ui by all tDfrchiPts 1 fine tM lines U A. t-LY
writes 'Van make$i 11 week." W. O LAREY
"cleareJ ft 1 In onehalf day W. J. AUSTIN. Su
In is hours' H E PAYNE S first crJer was for
fjs worth. IncluJIne 16 copying books. Catalogue
free. MODEL Mr lT, CO . Dtl'T. $1, South Bend.
Ini. " ijH-itno
UOTEL FOR SALE. Rood paying property In
11 h'artot tn( long tease, cheap rent. $500.
Part cash, part morlgafe Ipqulre atlhtsoMce,
FOR SALE Hive ust recelveJ a lot of new and
MeonJ-Turtl SmlthPremter type-writers, which
are for sale or rent. An unusual chince 'or securing
!w?(L."i-c'tlP W"1"11' Washington L'ght Co.
CURNITURE of three rooms', new. Pirlcr, two bed-
rooms and tlin'ng room ; alio new drop tunings
to fit seven Mctons o( lanal. HOtDTO RBNT, To
ge'h-r or seperat. R. W. Atkinson Room I. Mcr
chant, and Alakea. .
COR SALE-At wry low prices. In Hllo 'own One
1 lot at Riverside Park, commandhr the best view
of Ocean and Mountain. Six lots, all fronting the
street, one cottage occupying nlddle let at-d well
furnished. For pattkulari apply to A. M. Potemkln.
AN ESTABLISHED PAYING BUSINESS with
opportunit of Increase. Must be sold on account
of party leivlngt)vin. One month's services given
f Run If purchase J before July M. ioat Appl to F,
t, iucm, nii'trngy, magtron uuiiaing
COR SALE-A phaeton In excellent conJItlon. cloth
- UnM Coit(trew. For sale cheap Inquire
of Mrs W, C Wee ion, Bmgham St, or room 8.
Notice to Taxpayers.
The, Taxpayers of this Territory aie
hereby notified that returns showing the
amount of Incomes derived during the
year next preceding the first day of July,
1 001, in accordance with the provisions
0' an act entitled ''An Act to provide a
Tax on Incomes," approved the 30th day
of April, igoi, should be rendered to the
Assessor or Deputy Assessor of the dis
trict In which the person or corporation
making the return resides or does business,
between the first and thirty-first days of
Returns are required as follows :
1, Of all persons of lawful aie having
an Income pf six hundred (6oo)'dollars or
2. Of all guardians, trustees', execu
tors, administrators, agents, receivers,
and all corporations and persons act
ing In a fiduciary capacity,
3. Of all corporations other thna
those conducted solely for charitable,
religious! educational or scientific pir
poses, Including fraternal socle tie). u d
excepting Insurance companies, taxed
on a percentage of tbe premiums.
For the purpose of receiving such returns
the tax offices in the several districts will
bq open during regular b'dslness hours dur
ing the month, "
Return blanks may be'had on application
lit the severpl tax offices,
AsaefcBor of Oaliu.
W. T. HOHINSON,
Assessor of Maul.
N. C. WIIXFONO,
Anjp..sor of Hawaii.
J. K. FARLUY,
ABiCHnr of Kami.
Approved: WM. 11. W1UOHT,
Honolulu, Juno 27, 1901.
PARISIAN DKESSMAKCR-Mm. P. Ltmbtrt.
lit. from Doufcl. Pdrli. hit omntd hir dress
rniklnrparlTs h lr1cti-. fitting and latest dcsUns.
,4t nuuanu ve , .rove vinfy.rq ihtmwu
OTICETOnullI)ERS-,h. Union EipreslCo
1 msWHITIi SAND FOR SALE !.)
ROOM AND.BOARD-A man and wife to Ni rd In
rri ate houe or to take chare, of tiouse for three
tr-cnthi anJ tvard oncr House on Ueretanla am-al.
I' u Hot -it. ,81, II.
WANTCD-.A brlelit carabl. drher, fur a bread
wagon, one wltheapirlenr. preferred andean
com. .ell recommended. New England bakery.
OY WANTED at r. It. Brown's Plumbing bop
snopon King street. iaaoir
1A NT ED Immediately, by a rella I party, a
VY pond drlvinr horse for month or two. In ei
change for It'i keep Address "good cart ' Bulletin
ttANTED To EtiL Jewplrv and Watches
'V In the latest stles. Watches repaired by a
laweler of 15 years experience, ti, DIETZ, Tort St
near Hotel. 1808-H
WANTED -Uonk'kecpers and ofheccterks, drivers
salesmen und ail classes of help Don't wait
J tit 11 ysu see the add tn the paper, but call today at
elect Employment Bureau comer of Alakea and
Merchant hts. M......
WANTED ladles and gentlemen to Introduce the
"hottest" seller on caith. Dr. hlte't Electric
Comb, patented 1899 Agents ara cclnlng money.
Cures all forms of scalp all -ten is, headaches, etc.
yet costs the same as an ordinary comb. Send joe tn
lamps for sample D. N. Rose. Grn. Mgr.. Deca
tur. 111. i8io-)m
EXPERIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEtH,
thoroughly familiar with high ipee4 engines,
ieslres position. (Ball engines especially) Engineer,
Bulletin Office st 8-tf
COR RtNT Store and 1 rooms cottage partly tur-
Apply L F Asbahr. Hoffmann Saloon. ,8rt('
R RENT Six room cottage corner Pensacota A
Lunalllo streets, fcmmett May, Judd Building.
TO LET Two front rooms. No. 9 Garden Lane.
COR RENT A comfortably furnished mosquito
proof room, with or without board, In private
family. Address ABC. Bulletin Office i88o-tf
A COTTAGE TO LUT-rive rooms Just off Walkl
rt kl Road. Immediate polon. Rent lis 00
a month. Apply Tramway Office, Punahou.
TO LETThe Vlda Villa Is now under the manage
merit of Mrs D S Reld. Nicely furnished rooms,
table board can be had on application i8TQ-mo
FOR RENT Large furnished room for rent with
ell conveniences. Klnau St , mauka side, second
hodse from Pllkor. or P O. Box 801. i87-w
TO LET Seven rooms cottstre on Klnau street
Sj 00 per month Apply at 6s Kukul St. t8t6tw
" rr '
m I TT .. .A U'ltl.r lunn. Unnnhmt Kl.ul
I House t rooms. 1 bedrooms.' porcellan' bath,
....... . A ,!,. US II .1.1. rM.j-. .D....f
SIS.. PtiWITll T. .J ! ei.-. l.fll
FRNISHED ROOM DURING SUMMER for one
or two ladles, suitable for teachers attending
summer school. Apply, giving name and address, to
"A H." this office. tSu-tf
IF you bave a house for rent, or want to rent a
house, call in A, R. BINDT. office with Guide
Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Merchant street.
Telephone Main )?4 i84Ttf
OFFICES FOR RENT-ln Brewer building, Queen
street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C. Brewer
& Co , Ltd, i86i-)mos
OFFICES FOR RENT Four larra rooms noi
V- occupied by Major Robinson as Quartermaster's
ofttces In Progress Hiork, will be for rrnt after June
ine rooms win oe remea singly or en suite.
pply to C. S. Pesky, Progress Block. i8M'tf
FR RENT An eight room Cottage. All modem
, Improvements. Two minutes walk from Tram
Way. Inquire ar the Mint or Favorite Saloon iBo tf
TO LET Comfortable cottates on the premises of
the Sanitary Steam Laundry Co , L4., Marmlon
and South streets. The cottages contain 4 rooms,
kitchen and bath room. Ni extra charge for hot and
cold water and electric lights. Rent reasonable. Ap
ply on the premises to J Xl rhtfoM manager o8tf
OST A bunch of five tey tied with plaid ribbon
- Tinier rteaie return same to this office iSSo-tw
LOS r A cane w'th goli handle, etgraed 'To my
Tt J(hr. F.A B " Btturn ta Prr.f. F. A ilalta.
sers OatuCcMfire. Reward. igSo-tw
The iteamer "Klnau" will sail ThtirS'
day, July 11th, at noon. Instead
of on Tuedlay at No in, for her usual
Tbe Steamer, "Hawaii" will take tho
"Klnau V freight for Hllo.
The Steamer "Heleno" lll tako the
"Klnau s ' freight for Maliuvona.
WINDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Jas. F. Morgan
-6S Queen Street
AU the members of the Carpenters'
Union are earnestly lenuested to be
present at tbe regufar 'meeting on
Thuridaj July 11th, nt 7:30 o'clock
P. m to Like part In the final action
upon business of great Importance.
Proposed amendments to the By-Laws
will ba decided. Installation of officers
for the ensuing six months will take
Dy ordw of the Union.
V. 13. MOSS.
Secretary of Hall Committee.
MAUI SUGAR CO., LTD.
On Saturday, May 20th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at my salesroom, 6$ Queen St , Honolulu,
I will sell at public auction by order of the
Treasurer, Mr, Wong mwI, the following
certificates ot stock In the Maul buear Co.
Ltd , unless the third, fourth, fifth and
sixth issessments, now delli quent, with
Interest and advettlsltfe expenses, aie cald
on or before the day and hour of site nt the
office of Mr. Wong Kwal, on Nuuanu St.,
U, 4, 5, U ASSESSMENTS
rfllJ SALT A tU horiie) covuff Lnirlne and tawlnr
" oultit In guudcond'tion. Can-be kfen.work ng'4
Kakaako i 8841 w,
COR SALE Coiner grocery store,1 establUhrd fur.
r over lojer. has large aod good patronage,-
For further pankutars apply by malj, Hllo, p.o lu,7,
, c l89tf
4tc iWtiY. House and lot, Walklkl road,
PUUU VU belonging to e.tale of U Man
son For particulars, enquire of Mrs, G, Manson, or
h L. Waliron. iBS'imo
FOR SALE -Furniture of 8 rooms House for sale
ulth prlv'edge of renting the same rent $)i 00
returns $40,00 centrally locaed. Address to this
office. J, lilt
FOR SALE-Slxlotson Kspahulu Road, Kalmukl
Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
Emmrtt May, Judd Building. t8i-il
FOR SALE-My stallion. "Willie K." bred from
Forgetme-Dot by Bow tit, Jr, A gentle driving
horse, Valuable for breeding purposes as well as a
fret roadster. John Emmvluth. Tel. Mala 111,
NO NrHf SHiRIS NO, NAMI JHAKIJ
SO u. wai long a iqj 1 nun ror 4
Si CSIntrChee so iqs Chun Kock
9) Dm Kee 19 197 Tong Wing Chin 10
54 Cl'alChew 3 tit Chong Tack Pay $
70 LunFooChin tn 914 Yuen TalMun 10
i9 Lo) Chung 8 ejt CMIngHym 10
101 Yes Shin Pure 8 tjs " 10
tot Lum k'ut Chong 10 jj4 C Din Sing to
Ii8 Luot Kwal Ting a tlj " 90
103 YMChteiFan 91 tiB L Y Lum Sal a
10 ChargFar io, ejq l 1
111 T Haw Pay s S C K HohV w p
it Young Fjo 3 en Chang Sin to
iti Jin York long 10 907 Loo Chung 39
i5 -rjo . ec t7i iet,.iiewr-an 16
! Chang Sung 3 t3t Chu Kee 1
aa C Chunt Di tBti C Arrnni t
t4-Young Kong Kauiu' 990 THaw Poy 8
wf1 Yeel hw Kin 10 416 Kong Kee 10
144 Stitn Sar Kt,m 6 40 Ll Hoc Kee to
14 Lum Clu.e 10 4S ChanQuon Kwal 6
t49V,YeaSam to 4)9 Wong Ken 9
13. Wont Choi s 5 431 Chaw Kwal Tin 9
ij AMJ.n ti 4j4 ChawMeonShow4
tj' Yee u 3 4)t aw Shin 10
1ST Ym Chm to d PoWnlor, 8
l;8 ChargPart 10 (8 Chang Bing 13
C LeongKlt 3 icft LAhuong -
16 Wong Law Yaw 90 $ L Bun Kee to
166 llreOiLn Sing ia 171 ChUn Chlng Chin 3
t7i Wong H-rg to i35 Goo Mck 3
171 Ct uti See Kl 3 188 Loo Hee Tart to
176 Cruw pure 3 961 L Ah Leong 90
177 lcSam 3 431 Chow Wing Hln 4
191 CMmS4 ) 411 ' e
1? a Chum Si.fl a 4 " 18
Honolulu, July Cth, 1001.
JAS. H. MORGAN,
WONG KWAI, Auctioneer.
By order of Mr. V. Wolters I offer
for sale the following valuable prop,
1 That lot on the corner of Green
and KaplolnnI streets, size 100x100 feet.
The place Is well laid out In palm and
2 That lot on Green street, near the
corner of Kaplolaul, size 93x145 feet,
together with a house of six rooms.
nnd a stable with servants' Quarters.
Tho garden Is well laid out wltli
palm and fruit trees.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
65 Queen Street.
LODGING HOUSE FOR RENT.
A LARGE, NEWLY-BUILT ROOM-
Ine houseof tlilrU-two rooms, each' about
lox 12 feet. Two oatent closets anJ
three bathrooms downstairs, and the same
number upstairs. Location near corner
Fort and Vineyard streets.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
6 QUEEN STREET
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bty
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and ingredients to extract, nil
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undcctecable from natural teeth
nnd warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GBADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 ears' experience, and
each department In charge ot a Special-,,
1st. Give us a call, and you will find'
us to do (exactly u ae advertise.. We
'will tell jou In adtanro exactly what
your work will cost' by a, FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth ..... 85 OO
Gold Crowns ." 85 00
Gold Fillings ..Sl.OOf,
Silver Fillings SOc
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of tho best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.