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EVENING IJULLETIN, HONOLULU. It. T., TfESDAY, JULY 9. 1901.
,.. .. r - ,-s . --"5W '"flT
E. O. HALL. & SON,
KING AND FORT STREET
I HURRAH FOR THE 4th OF JULY
iias wcci-im) a large stock: or
rs'ow Flro-work, Rlnj, SMuIUm,
PttMtoniiiKt " Ducorntlon - Buf-itlnij,
Torpedoes, Lunturno, IStc, Btc,
which will bo mM at San Francisco prices.
ASSORTED CASES OF FIRE-WORKS
from Sio.oo to 825.00 at the : :
BiiRETANIA ST., NEAR FIRE STATION
Box 535- S. W. LEDERER, Prop.
EPIDEMIC OF SUICIDE
Kmporln, Kana.. .lime 12. Mayor
iforte of Eniiorla formally asked the
.tiltors of Kniporla papers today to re
frain from publishing iletalla of sul
ifdes. He said that the publication of
ictails of suicides had caused tho
ilarmlng epidemic of suicides In this
tommunlty In the last two years. Ilc
.jfnnlng v. 1th that of Chaa. Cross, presi
dent of the wrecked Klrst National
lank of Emporia, suicides hae nver
ged almost one ft month. During the
jast six months the number has In
ireascd, and last night the papers
printed the details of three attempts In
two days, making ten In the last two
"I have consulted the Hoard of
Health," said Mayor Morse today,
"and I believe that If the Emporia pa
yors do not comply with my request 1
5aro n right to slop summarily the
publication of these suclde details un
Jer the law providing for the supprcs
iton of epidemics. There Is clearly an
epidemic In town; It la mental, but
aono the less deadly. Its toutnglon
3iay he clearly shown to come fiom the
lugKeKtlon what Is known In mcdl
efiin as the pschle suggestion found
fn the publication of the details of sul
fides. If the paper on whlih these lo
ta! papers are printed had been kept
ia a placp Infected with smallpox 1
could demand that the papers quit us
fne that paper or stop publication. If
they spread another contagion, the con
tagion bitggestlon of suicide, I believe
tho liberty of the press Is not to bo
jonsfdered before tho public welfare
end that the courts would sustain me
In using force to prevent the publlea
Cfnn of papers containing matter clear
ly .leleterlous to tho public health.
Howecr, no such steps need be taken.
Mr. White of the Gazette, Mr. Strong
of the Republican and Mr. Yearout of
U.ti'Tlmes are In sympathy with me In
this movement, and will suppress de
tails of sucides until the epidemic sub
HASONIC LIBRARIAN DFAD
Cedar Rapids, la., Juno 28. Theo
dore Sutton Parvln, tho collector of thn
most complete Masonic library in the
norld, died today, aged 81 years. For
fifty-eight years he 'iad been Beceretary
of the Iowa Masonic Grand Lodge, He
ivas a thirty-third degree Mason,
J Knight 'Templar and had served as
grand recorder at the grand encamp
ment of Knights Templar of the
Ifnltcd States. He was born at Cedar
rlllc, N. J January IB, 1817. He
graduated at Woodward College, Cin
cinnati, In 1830, and removed to lown
In 1885 ho succeeded in getting the
Grand Lodge to appropriate money for
a library building. Cedar Hapldn
gao a location and a fire-proof struc
ture costing about $32,000 was put up.
This Is now filled, cinmmed In every
nook, and corner with books, pamph
lets, medals, historical nnd sclentlflo
curiosities. While tho library Is, first
and foremost, a Masonic collection, It
U nevertheless full of Interest to tho
outsider. There Is n large and ex
tremely Interesting collection of bookl
on different secret societies, histories of
clubs and tlub life, of secret societies
of tho Revolution, of the Army and
Vuvy, histories of ncslorlans, der
rlslKM, thugs, Druids, assassins, nnd
English and other guilds. Many of
these books nro of the seventeenth or
eighteenth century and some are In
Tumi Job Printing ut tho linl
FRESH LOADED SHELLS
just received for the opening of the
DOVE SEASON, JULY 1st.
Parker and other guns at prices to
suit the pocket books : : : : :
RUSSIA IN FINLAND
New York, June 29. The latest In
the series of uggrebslons upon Finland
by Russia, It Is thought by the Wash
ington correspondent of the Times,
may cut some figure In the Russian-
American tariff dispute. The Czar's
government has, It Is lcported, taken
steps to secure contiol of tho Finnish
custom houses, with the etldent pur
pose of making the tariff uniform with
Russia's. This Is merely ono step more
In the Russlanizatlon of Finland, but
Its Immediate effect will be to Include
Finland In the tariff controversy. At
present, as Finland has control of her
own tariff, she Is not opposed to the
United States In consequence of Rus
sia's dispute with this country. The
American Hade with Finland Is con
siderable. The Finns get practically
all the agricultural machinery from
the t'nlted .States and ngrlcultuie Is
one of the prlmlp.il Industries.
There Is a general movement among
Finns of the upper 1 hisses for Imml
gratlon to tho United States, In lcw of
the lessening of their liberties. The
Finns who are now coming tivor nre
largely of the well-to-do class. A Fin
nish colony in Michigan Induced Sena
tor McMillan of that Stato to present
In Congress n petition asking the Unit
ed States to protest to Russia against
the threatened extinction of Finland.
x AUCTION SALE
MAUI SUGAR CO., LTD.
On Saturday, May 20th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at my salesroom, 65 Queen St., Honolulu,
I will sell at public auction by order of the
Treasurer, Mr. Wong Kwil, the following
certificates of stock in the Maul Sugar Co.
Ltd , unless the third, fourth, fifth and
sixth assessments, now delli quent. with
Interest and advertising expenses, are paid
on or before the dav and hour of sale at tne
office of Mt. Wong Kwal, on Nuuanu St.,
Honolulu : - ..
3, 4, 5, 0 A88E88MENT8
NO, NAM! SHARES NO, NAME SHARES
S CWalTong t 111 Chum See Kue j
jt CSlngChee to 176 Chow Pure s
Si Din Kee 10 177 Lee Sam 5
34 C Pal Chew j 191 CMInjSee j
70 Lun FooChln 70 19a Chum Sun r
10) Loo Chung 8 19) C nun For 4
104 Yet Shin Pure 8 195 Chun Kock a
io turn Kut Chong 10 197 Tong WlngCh'n 10
u8 I urn Kwal Ting 9 ttt ChongTackPay j
109 Yee Chew Fan 14 M Yuen Tal Mun i
10 Chang Far 10 sji CMIngHym 10
1-1 T Haw Pay 5 ! " 9
it) Young Foo j 2)4 C Din Sing to
itt Jin Yoik Tong 10 tj "
til Lee Moo tc a8 L Y Lum Sal sa
1 18 t hang Sung $ t)9 '.'
40 C Chung Du f jo C K Holn to
Us Young Kong Kau 10 tu Chang Sim to
I4 YeeChewHln 10 t6f looChunp )t
144 ShenSarKum 6 t?i Yee Chew Fan 16
i4i I urn Clue 10 a8i chu Kie 1
149 Yee Sam 10 s88 C Apuna 11
l jo WonjChol 3 tvo THawPoy 8
ill Ah Bun so 416 Kong Kee 10
136 Yee Vut s 419 LI Hco Kee to
tT Yee Chew to 4S ChanQuun Kwal 6
ijS Chang Part 10 4it WungKen t
161 Leong Kit 3 431 Chaw Kwal Tin t
int Wong Law Yaw to 414 ChiwMeon Show 4
66 Hee Chun Sing 10 491 Yaw Shin 10
U Wong Hong 10 184 Pow Wo Ton 8
4, 5, Oth ASSESSMENTS
68 Chang Bing 13 188 Loo Hee Tart 10
tc6 L Ah Li fin g to t6i L Ah Leong to
ij6 L Bun Kee to 431 Chow Wing Hln 4
iti Chun Ching Chin s st "
i8i GooYkk s 49) " 18
Honolulu, July 6th, igoi.
JAS, H. MORGAN,
WONG KWAI, Auctioneer.
Weather Durcau, 1'unahou, July 9.
Temperature! Morning minimum,
73; Midday maximum, 80.
Ilarometcr at 9 n, m. 29.99, Falling.
Dew Point C5F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 11 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, July
9. Weather hazy; wind fresh NE.
Monday, July 8.
Am schr W H Marston, C Curtis, 12
days from San Franclco.
PMSS Peru, Plllsbury, o Jay from
Am tkSN Castle, Vellsen, llji days
from San Francisco.
Monday. July 8.
StmrHanalel, Pedersen, for Kauai ports.
Mmr Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and
Schr Luka, Kalua, for Paaullo.
From the Ollent. per PMSS Peru,
Julv 9 Mrs L R Rogers, Blame Rogers,
II Von Konlgslow and 21 streMgr.
HEMP AND JUTIi SEtD.
Ily recent steamers, Jarcd Smith re
ceded 11 ciuuntlty of Jute seed from In
dia nnd Mnnlla hemp from the Island of
Negros In the Philippines. The Ma
nlla hemp seed came In four varieties
and Mr. Smith says he will give out
small quantities of It to persons desir
ous of experimenting with It. Mr.
Smith has also received n cuantlty of
coffee from the Celebes, but It arrived
In bad condition and lte does not be
lieve It will gcrmlnnte.
111 Hcliooner fop Sun Prnnclsco
Tncoma, Wash., Juno 23. At Aber
deen jesterday the schooner Edwards,
built for Saunders & hlichmnn of San
Francisco, was launched fiom Me-
Whlnney's jnrd. She Is tho largest
schooner jet built on dray's Harbor,
having n capacity of 1,100.000 feet of
lumber. Her dimensions nre: Length,
210 feet; beam, 40 feet; depth of hold,
14 feet. The vessel cost $53,000 and
will make her maiden voyage to Hono
Funeral of llonhl Toru.
Tokvo, June sG. The funeral of Mr.
HoMil Toru took place todavat A7.1bu.tl1e
cortege Stirling from deceased's reside ce
In Akasalu. 1 he strati were filled with
Immense crowds, and the body was fol
lowed by a great number of mourners On
arrival al the Temple, Marqtllj ItO read a '
snort paper containing an eulogy ot tne
deceased, and Count llagaUl delivered a
long ajdrets of condolence. A great con
course of the deceased statesman's partis
ans followed the body on foot.
Cholera in Japan.
Yokohama. June 28. A case of cholera
at Fuchu, Kltatama district, Inthesub'irbs
or inuyo on inur'day morning. I lie
patient was at once removed to an Isola
European Plague Victims.
Hcngkonn, June 1 5. There were three
new European cases of plague on Friday,
Mrs. Krater, Mrs. and Miss ilerbst. Cap
tain Brownhlll died of plague yesterday.
Will PurchoRC Rats.
Yokohama, June 26. The Kofu Muni
cipality has deciJed to Inaugu-ate the
purchase of rats as plague recently made
lis appearance In the neighbourhood.
The regular monthly meeting of the
HONOLULU CHAAUII.R OF COMMERCE,
will be held at the room of the 8T0CK
EXCHANGE, JuJJ BullJing, on WI.D
N1.SDAY, JULY 10th, AT II O'CLOCK A
At. A full attendance is requested.
JAS. GORDON SPENCER,
Honolulu, Julv 0, 1901. i88;-it
Hawaiian Opera House
under the direction of
By far the best combination of Vaude
ville Tnlcnt that has visited Honolulu.
A company especially selectcJ for an
ONE WhEK COAMENCING
Tuesday, July 9
under the local management of J. C, Cohen
SOc. 70c. and SI.OO.
In The Circuit Court, First Circuit of
the Territory of Hawaii,
ORDEU EXTENDING TERM.
It satisfactorily appearing to the Court
that the public Interests require tnat the
Special June Term, 1901, of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii, be extended.
It Is HEREBY OROERED that said
term of Court be and It Is hereby extendeJ
twelve (12) da,s after the expiration ol
said term, that Is to say until twelve days
after the sixteenth day of July, iqoi.
Dated at Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
Territory of Hawaii, tills 8th day of July,
A, D. one thousand nine hundrrd and one.
GEORGE D. GEAR,
Pieslllng Judge, Circuit Court ot the
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
. Alr. 111 l!i it column vlll bt 1 lit fried
'" at IS criin i Uut out iiirfrlimi ; JS
ctnlt (iro iiirtrliiiun; M ctnl mie ntrk; iO
rfiit tito itt(kt mid HO cfut$ one month.
Thin f tht chrt)ittl ndttrtUhigeitfuj)ertil
Hie ftoplr of Honolulu,
SALESMEN EARN $wo A MONTH wlllnj;
our prn larbun cording bookl and olhr office
r-rclil'le ty nmple, fay itllrs I gooj rroftti 1
uici bv All merchants; Ine I4 line L. A. fcLY
writes "can make ft) a week." W, C. LARbY
"cleared fi) In one-hall Jay W.J. AUSTIN, It,
In i Injurs.' H. b. PAYNE'S first order as lor
(is worth. Including 16 eoryln? hooks. Catalogue
lice. MODLL MFC,. CO., Dbl'T. 51, South Bend,
DARISIsN tlRESSMAKCR-Mme P Lambrrt,
late from Poucet, IMrls, lias olened h,r dress-
mjtiln narlnr t-lrAl..las hillnir mni tales, detlpni .
Nuuanu Ave . aboie Vineyard i8;r-imo
NOTICE I hae remoed my business office to tas
k'aahunamj street uliere I v.til be rleised to see
my trlenjs anj patrons.
A R. U nit. Collector and
AM. MOORE. Stenography and TyreMltlne
solld-ed Room si, CaxriellDlk. Tel. Main 111
NOTIC'E The grounds ol the Alexander Young
Hullding, and the private reel In be known as
SlfiNflll WM. AlLTril.
bupt. A jsander Young HI .
.OllCfc roUilLIlbRS-lneDnton fcxpress Co.
l has WHITE SAND I OR f.AI B iuHf
11 'ANTED Immedlatelv. by a rell.i le parti'
gooi driving hortc for month or two. in tx-
chanae tor It's keep
AdJress gool ctre" Itutlctin
WANTED-A bright capable drler. for a bieai
wagon, one wittietprrln.c prelerreJ anj can
come well return men Je J, Nrw LnclanJ Hakery.
BOY WANTED at C . Brown's Plumbing Shop
shop nn King street i8Sotl
uANTED To Sell Jewflry and Watches
" In the latest styles Watche repaired by a
liwelcr of is years experience, O, DIE TZ. Fort St ,
near Hotel. i8o8-tf
WANTED -Book-keepers an1 office-clerks, drivers
salesmen and all classes of help Don't wait
until ysu see the add In th paper, tut call 'oday at
detect Employmrnt Bureau corner of Alakea and
1ANTLD I ailes and gen lemen tn Litrodike the
' hottest" wller on eaith vt,
h lie's Electric
Comb, tatented 1849 Agents are c Irlnr mone,
Cures all forms of scatp all rents, h:ad4Ches, etc
vet costs tht same as an mdlnary comb Set d oc In
tamps lor sample v, U, Kfe, in Aigr., ueca-
EXPERIENCED STATIONAPY ENGINEcK,
i tnoriiuctuy lamill.r wltn inert .peea enelnes,
(Uatl eiwlnes esrcclallv) fcti&tneer,
ROOM AND HOARD.
llANTED A nan anj lle to Nurd inrrltait
vv lmue nr 11 take i!iarj;e il lioue I jr llirre montlrt
ani board nner lloue itn IteretanM .tree! I O
litis .it I8B.--U
FOR MENT Stire oni 1 room. tiltaK rarllv lur
nMieJ, No. an, School ktrevl corner Aihl Lane,
Aprly L h Asbahr. Hnllmann Saloon iS8.tl
R RbNT Sin room cottaire corner Penvicnla a
Lunalilo streets, bmmett .May, Judd Building,
TO LET Two front rooms No. 9 Garden Lane.
A COTTACiC TO Ll.T-rie rooms lut off Walkl-
kl Road. Immediate Poseslnn. Rmtlttou
TO LET--The VlJa Villa Is now under the mnace-
ment nf t U S Reld Nlcelv I urn I shed room.
table board can be had on application
FOR RENT Large turnUhed loom fur rent with
nil conveniences. Klnau St . mauka side, second
nousi irom imiko', or r u. uox tut. ibtii
TO I CT Seven rooms cottaire nn Klnau street
$' rer. '""nth Apply al 69 Kukul St. i8?6-tw
TO LLT Ijt.so Wilder Avenue. Punahou,
nouse t rooms. 1 pearooms. porceiian
pantry, etc. jaress w. 11 in'sumce.
pURNISHED ROOvl DURING SUMMER for one
I or two ladles, suitable for teacLers at'cndlne-
summer school. Apply, giving name and addrcis, to
"A H." this office. i8T4-tf
IF vou have a house for rent, nr want tn rent a
1 house, rail in A, R, BlNDT, office with Guide
Publishing Co . Campbell Block, Merchant street.
Telephone Main u. i8t-tt
OFFICES FOK RENT-ln Hrei.tr tmltjlnir. Queen
street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C Brewer
niHCfi rOK RtNT-four tare.
-r occupied by Maor Robinson as Quarterniater s
alllces. In Progress H ode, will be for rent after June
10 The rooms ulll be rented singly or ev suite.
Apply 10 C. S. I'eskv, Progres. Dlock. ,8utf
FR RENT An eight room Collage. All rodern
Improvements. Two minutes walk from Tram
way. Inquire at the Mini or Favorite Saloon i8o If
TO LET Comlortable cottares on the premises ot
the Sanitaiy Steam Laundry Co.. Ltd.. Marmlon
and South streets. The cottages contain . roims,
kitchen and path room, Nn extra chaig. for hot and
cold wa'er and electric lights, Rent reasonable. Ap
ply ow the premises lo J T.tahtlo.1 manager c8ll
tfr riAn iVi House and lot, Walklkl road,
fi1,VVAUU r-elcnjlnf lo .Uat.olC Man.
son Tor particulars, erqulre of Mrs. O, Manson, or
F. L. Waldron. ,8t8imn
croii SAt r
-A 1 hora, power I nelne and sawing
r outlil In giMidcund'titin. Can be seen working
in iieicner arj irrDMie uunoiuiu not works,
Kakaaku 18B4 -iw
FOR SALt Coiner grocery store, establlslwd for
over two e. is, has targe and pond pslionage.
ror further parllcutais apply t) mall, llllo, p u b. 70
FOR SALCrurnltuieot 8 rooms house for sale
ulth irlvledgt of renting the same lent Jjloo
returns T.o.co centially loia ed. Address to this
FOR SALE-Sli lots on K.pahulu Road, Kalmukl
Tract, cheap, on the installment plan. Apply
Emmell May, Judd HuilJIng. ,8n-ll
;OR SALE-My slalllon, "Willie K." bred from
rorgei'me-noi cy uoweu, jr. a genue driving
valuable lor preejlng purposes as well as a
Tel. Main ill.
WHITNEY & MARSH
MADE TO ORDER
Shirts with one pair detachable
cuffs made to your measure for
$1.26 l.SO 1.7S 2.00 2.2S
according to the quality of the
material selected : : : : :
IJOTCL TOR SAiE, eaoJ plying property in
' Ihfart )l t)WM, lon(t liie, cheap rent. Jj.eoo,
Part cash, pirt n irtgaR Iirjulrt t thl ottict.
FOH SALE Hj ,jt receiveJ a lot of new ir J
i'cori-hjfii SfflithPremleriyre-rttf, which
are lor tal or rent. An unusual chance fnr set ut Ine
A rooJ ni -.teap njchtne. Washington L gM Co.
CURNirURE r.r three rooms, new Parltr, No bci
1 rooms jni Jln'tife rom , alstne drop av, nines
to fit feven tactions of tinal, HOUSE TO RENT. To
pr-her or n-pera'e. R. W. Attt!non Room 8, Mer
chant anJ Alakei
COR SALE-Atvery!owrrkes.Jn Hllo -own One
1 lot at Rlwrslie l'Jrf, commanJinr the bet view
of Ocein ani Mountain. Six lot, all fronting the
street one cottaz occupying inlJJle let a J well
furnlt ei for paitlcula-s apply to A. M. Potemktn.
AN ESTAuUSHEl) PAYING BUSINESS with
" npprrtunityof Increis. M'istbe soli on account
of party te ivtng t)wn. One month's urt Ices given
IHhBlt pjrchiel before Jjly tj, it Apply to F,
J. Russell. A norney Magoon HuilJIng
COR SALE A ffufton In etHent conJItlon. cloth
1 llnM Cost3f new. I or sate cheap. Inquire
ot Mrs W, C Weeion, Binglun St, ur room 8.
MnJel Block i9T-tf
LOST A tuncli rf f.v oevs lli with plali ribbon
fin4r tliM return same to this nfiue. iC8a-iw
LOT-Acantw'th coli hanJIe, e"graei
T.l,jr, F.A B." Return tJ Prof F. A
sejns. Oil i Cfjltir. Reward. i
Ml IN MQ)
Washington, June 1!S. A curious dls.
crciuiuy (.oaternliiK the amount of the
Chlm'-c Indemnity has de eloped, by
which It apiieat'.s thnt China has
ngreed ti pay about 33.U00.0OO taels, or
t2t,li(A)0Cr. more thau the united de
nun J i of all the Powers. Just how
till? ciiuiri'd 18 not clear to olUclalii,
hilt I- jpiiturs to have been nn error
of aktilatlon nt I'eklnt; In the first
place Ij tKoso ni.iKIn,; up the Indem
nities and later by tho Chinese In
their- iiaaty acceptance of the total. As
fln.'ill mad; up this total nna (.",0,000,
003 raoU. but the present cnlculntlon.
nfter 'jkiUK In nil of the demamls that
nro Itnown, urakes the total only 415,
00l,U0i taels. In the meantime China
ban .u'ee.l to pay the larger amount
60 that the question now arises. What
will hv line of the excess of 33,000,000
SUMNER SCHOOL STARTED
Th summer school for teachers
openi-J yesterday at the Tort street
ULuuil There was an attendance of
about forty membeis. It Is understood
that some others will come In Inter,
sv.ellln the attendance to about sixty
five N'uthln but organization of the
work was done jesterday. The prin
cipal eient v..i an address delivered by
Superintendent of Public Instruction A.
T Atki:n..a In which ho outlined tho
roiOf." fur the summer bchool. Ha
said thi'te eio tin CJ objects tho
tKcliPi must keep In mind -tho tinln
I114 of clieihildieu uiitler them, mouil
I) intellectually ami physically. Con
tinuing, Mr. AtKln9on said:
TVu-hliiis Is no dry-as-diist piofes-
Bio 11 U U u living profession. It la
tl:u noblest profession In tho wot Id. It
II Is ilet'.i'Ud, It Is the liumaujiclpgs
who ewij- U that degrade It. Hut wo
mi- a.m'.r.j at Its Ideal heights. Wo
m.xv not tench those heights .but we
(.ir. make a vall.tnt sliugglo to teach
them .md we can look from this poor
M liiiolioom and see the walls dlssolvo,
KiviiU us .1 vista of the gient future.
when tr..inl:liut will be better and
er.mik- and happier, end say wo did
our little- mite to help fonvaid the gen
oral Rood of this noild and tit It for
the wurld to eoni where thero shall
be no more want or bounw or misery
or mc, but where there shall he ever
l.utlKt, happlueft,' '
Prof Little mined n cte of thanks
to tie .viih'ilntendent foi the uddiess
Tin, v..i. iiiijnlinoiialy rallied.
Ah to TranHHuhatfinttntlon.
Lu.i lo,. June "'.. The lepoit of the
selo.'- mi!.' j.lttee of tlio lltuuo of Lords
niulii't. ti ronslder the ai cession
ilix l.iraiion of the sineiclgii. Ii icgaul
to t--atU3i,)at.ir.tlatluii, finds that the
lit!U'ij,;e can be advantageously modi
fied Attboit dlmlutshlng Its efllcuy as
seem it) foi tin maintenance of the
Proto.itaat stuctsaltin The foim of
dwl.xi.ittou suggested by the commit
leu doe, (.at contain phrases ielntlo
Id Idolitiy, etc., nhUn are so objec
tionable tn Houuu Catholics.
Jas. F. Morgan
-85 Queen Street
Dy order of Mr. W. Wolters I offer
for sale tho following valuablo prop,
1 That lot on tho corner of Green
and Kaplolanl streets, size 100x100 feet.
Tho placo Is well laid cut in palm and
2 That lot on Green street, near the
rorncr of KaplolatU, ulzo 95x115 feet,
together with a house of six rooms,
and n stable with servants' quarters.
Tho garden Is well laid out with
palm and fruit trees.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
65 Queen Street.
LODGING HOUSE FOR RENT.
A LARGE, NEWLY-BUILT ROOM
inn house of thlrU-two rooms, eacli about
iox 12 feet. Two patent closets and
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 by
our lato scientific method applied to the
gumB. No sleep-producing agents or
cocaine. ' .
Theso are tho omy dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. All
and npply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undcctccabla from natural teeth
nnd warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
dono by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In chargo of a Special
ist Glvo us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as wo advertise. We
will tell you In advanco exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. 8ct Teeth $5 00
Gold Crowns $5 00
Gold PlllingH $1 OO
Oliver i-llllnH OOc
Our name nlono will bo a guarantee
that your work will bo of tho best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Iloom 4, Ellto Ilulldlng. Hotel Street.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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