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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1901.
E. O. HALL. & SON,
KING AND FORT STREET
fc ' 1776
I HURRAH'FOfi THE 4th OF JULY 1
HAS RECEIVED A URGE STOCK OF
New Flro-work, Flags, Shields,
FotonlnK, - Decoration - BuntlnR,
Torpedoes, Lanterns, Etc., Etc.,
wiilch will be t.o'd at San Francisco prices.
ASSORTED CASES OF FIRE-WORKS
from 810.00 to $25.00 at the : :
BERETANIA ST., NEAR FIRE STATION 3
P. 0. Box 535
SHOT AT li
The watcrfrdnt In thn vicinity of tho
Ittall dock was greatly startled last
night shortly after 12 o'clock by the
atport of a revolver and a great shout
ing It seems that one of the native stove,
dares when through wcrk on the Peru
alirted to leave tho wharf at the Wot
:ttkl end instead of going through tha
main gate as Is the rule. The man had
a bundle with him and was seen by
die Customs guard. The guard called
Upon him to stop but the native re
fused and started to nil. Thinking to
-.scare the fellow tho fiiard pulled his
jlstot and commanded the runner to
Salt at the same tlmo firing Into ilio
air. The shot thoroughly scared tha
antlve who Increased his speed and
ii-as soon out of sight In the dust ho
ticked up In getting away. His fellow
workers elated at the escape started a
aiost boisterous cheering and being
2.11 of gin they kept It up for quite a
Election of Officers.
At the Annuil Meeting of the Directors
.f the PIONEER BUILDING AND LOAN
JlS5OCIATION neld toonJay, July 8 the
following officers we;e elected to serve for
the ensuing year :
J. L. McLean, Presldtnt
A. A. Wilder Vlce-PresUe.it
A..V. Gear, Secretary
C. B. Gray, - Treasurer
The above, together with A. W. Keech
A D. Holt.'E. b. Boyd, J. A. S,yle Jr., and
J. M. Little, constitute the Board o
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Honolulu, July g, 19:11. , i886-3t
A. Harrison Mill Co.
MT1KATIS FURNISHED ON ALL KINDS OP
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
frames, Blinds. Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
KAWAIAHAO ST., KEWALO,
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND : : :
1. GENERAL CONTRACTORS
?li and estimates furnished for ill classes of
MOM joo. BOSTON BLOCK,, HONOLULU
1 isTe'tl : . 1
, New Map of Oahu.
Coopl'eJ from Government Surveys and Cherts,
Maes of Su.ar Plantations. Railways, and Other
Irtlable Sources. TUB MAP t; )t)a INCHES,
wish artistic colcrlnfjs and neit mountings, mak
laft a very useful as well at ornamental wall map
trill hhics of the Map IS $.000, Cojles can
'JAS. T TAYLOB.
?. O. IIU TV)
io Judd llullllnr. Honolulu! T. II.
or HAWAIIAN NfcWS 10. tfU
Honolulu Iron Works Ct
, Improved and modern SUGAR MA'
HIIINERY of every capacity 'and de
ertptlou made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
jiurpoBCB a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
axccuted at shortest notice.
FRESH LOADED SHELLS
.Just received for the opening of the,. -DOVB
SEASON, JULY 1st.
Parker and other guns at prices to
suit the pocket books : : : : :
S. W. LEDERER, Prop.
Keeps Constantly on Hand
MILLER & LUK'S Prime Beef, Mut
ton, Pork nnd Veal. The SUndaril
Meats of the Coast. Nothing better to
be had. Wo are Solo Agents for the
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Stur-
Eeon, Sole, Smelt, Shad. Carp, Rock
Cod, Sea Bass, Crawfish, Crabs. Etc
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.
Geese, Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back,
Mallard, Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian
SMOKED MEATS Hams, Bacon,
Sausages, fresh every day. Tongues,
Clipped Beef, Etc. Also Sweet.Bread,
Brains, Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves'
Feet and Heads, Etc. "
BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles,
Chow Chow, Sauer Kraut, Apples,
Fears, drapes, Potatoes, Onions, Cab
bage. A full supply of Fruits and
OYSTERS Fancy, large or small, in
shell or cans.
Hardly a thing that you could wish
for but what is to be bad at our mar
ket TBLBPHONB-MA1N 219.
Administrators' Notice of Sale.
The undersigned, M. A. Gonsalves,
Administrator of the Estate of A. C.
Pestano, Deceased, by virtue of an
order given and made by the Honor
ftblo A. S. Humphreys. First Judge of
the Circuit Court of the First Circuit.
Territory of Hawaii, granting leave
to sell ileal Estate, hereby gives no
tice that he will expose for sale at
Public Auction at the. salesroom of
James F, Morgan, No. 05 Queen Street,
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of
Hawaii, on the 24th day of July, A. D.
1901, at 12 o'clock noon, all that piece
or parcel of land In Honolulu afore
said, popularly described as:
That certain lot or parcel of land
bounded mauka by, -homo of John
Ouderklrk, Walkikl by property of V.
H. Hoogs, makai, ,by Enos Lane and
Ewa by Maklkl Street, lying opposite
to property of W. Llshman and R.
Llshman, and particularly descrlbed'as
follows, to-wlt: U
That certain piece of land at Ma
klkl, Kona, Oahu, being a part of that
land described In R,,J?.,No. C035 con
veyed to Manoel Enos from Walter R.
Seal' by deed dated 27th of June, 1881,
and recorded in "Liber '71 on pages 59
nndlfiO, the same being 130 1 feet deep
and" bounded mauka by Manuel Enos'
homestead lot and makai by Enos'
Lano. -' -
Said Sale being subject to the con
firmation of the Court.
Upset price Five Thousand ($5,000)
Terms Cash In U. S. Gold Coin.
Deed at the expense of the purchaser.
For further' information apply to the
undersigned administrator, or at office
of said James F. Morgan.
Dated at Honolulu, July Stb, 1901.
M. A. GONSALVES,
Administrator of the Estate of A. C.
Pino Job rriutini' nt tho Hut-
Weather Bureau, Punahoti, July 10.
Temperature Morning minimum,
U; Midday maximum, 84.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.99. Steady.
Dew Point 68F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. G8 p&r cent.
Diamond Head Slgn.il Station, July
10. Weather hazy; wind strong NE.
Wednesday, July lo.
Am bkt Irmgard, Schmidt, o)i days
from San Francisco.
Am schr Sehome, Pedersen, 43 .days
rom lautaue. '
Stmr James Makee. Tullett, from Kapaa
with ifoo bags sugar, 280 bats tlce.
Stmr Keauhoui Mosher;' from Walmea.
with iooo bats K. S. suear.
stmr Noeau. Wyman, from Koloa with
40i bags K. 1. M. sugar.. ,
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, from, Makawetl
with 5200 bags Mak. and 1300 bags G. St
Stmr Walaleale, Piltz. from Kukulhaele
witn 1520 Dags h. s. sugar.
Stmr Klnau, Clarke, from Hlloand way
Stmr Maul, Bennett, from Hawaii.
Am bl Rufus E Wqod, McLeod, from
Am bk St James, Tapley, 55 days from-
t Tuesday,, July 9.
Stmr twalanl, Green:, for Honokaa.
Stmr W G Hall, Thompson, for Jfe
wllhvlll, Koloa and Hnnamaulu.
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, for Lahalna,
Kahulut and way potts.
Stmr Lehua. Dower, for Kaunakakal
and other ports.
btmr mdkoiii, rvapaia, lor Lanalna,
Am bkt W H Dlmond, Hanson, for San
Francisco with sugar
Wednesday, July 10.
P M S S Colon, Macklnon, lor San
P M S S Peru. Plllsburv. for San Fran
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, for lllto and
way ports at noon.
Schr Ecllnse. Townsend. for Laha'na
and other ports.
From San Francisco, per bkt Irmgard,
July 10 Mr Parker,
From Hllo, p;r stmr Klnau July 10 Mr
Scovllle. ' ,
From Kapai, per slmr JaS Makee, July
10 Mr and Mrs Warner and jdeck
From Walmea, Kauai, per stmr Keau
hou, July to Mr Dyson, Mr Moody.
From Koloa, per stmr Noeau, July 10
For Molokal, per stmr I.ehui, July o
H R Hitchcock and two children, Allss L
Dushalsky, E A Knudsen and wife, A F
Judd and wife, Miss J Andrews, Mrs R
Keoha and two children ani Miss H k'e
oha. For Kauai, per stmr W G Hall, July o
Mrs Smith. ASWIlox, Mrs Rousen
blatt. Mrs S bias, J Kaklna, L K Pearson,
L Kahlbaum Jas McCandles, John Frost,
W W Berean. W Scott. E P Hatl.eld, J S
Bytne, G B Sturgeon, M ss Hart, M Smith,
Clatence Srvncer, Miss Neal, J L Dark
elsplel, D Puhl, Paul Kahlbaum, L Mc
Keagje, Ed Kel'ett, Mrs J K laukea, S
Brown. C Asay, Miss Punl.
For Maul ports per strm Claudlne, July
9 J A McCandless, H A Isenbcrg, Mrs
Auger and son, Mrs Otis, Mrs G Water
house. Mrs C II Dickey, Miss Mary' Green,
Miss L Green, G M Hancock, E Dekum,
Edward Kealoha, Miss A Kealoha, John
Guerlno, Rey. E G Sllva, wife and child,
Miss Dlas, Leong Sul. Rev. E Taklmasl,
L Barkenhausen, C D Lufkln, N W Alull,
L M Judd, Miss E Saffrey, Mrs A Lyons,
Miss E R Akana, Miss L Arnold, Miss
R Akana, Miss L Awana, Miss Slcgler,
Miss M I Zlegler, Tan Young and wife.
Master E Cockett. Miss L Meek, W S
Stanley, Rev. E W Thwli g, Miss M Sul
livan. Miss S E Treadwav, Miss Knapp,
Mls N S Malone, Chlng Yet. C Ming
Hym, G E Ward, Cheong Hong, Cheong
Nlm Cheong Chow.G A Jordan, L Bark
haueen, Wong In, I M Coulson, Captain
Murty and wife,. Misses Naukana ),
Levi Joseph Jr., and a number of Potto
For San Francisco, per stmr Peru. July
10 C K Lyman, Mis Moore, John Piver,
I R Burns, Mls L C Annan, Miss Ross, J
L Upman, c Pollltz. Captain O Rice, Rev
William 'Klncald, Charles Gleene. Mr
Mattoon and wife, A R Severn, W A Ro
eenterg.'W T McClennan, Miss McClen
nan, Mr McClennan. E Olmsted, Mrs
Scrlmgeour, M M O Shaughnessy, George
Stratemeyer, Mrs S B Cheek, daughter
a d maid, E Koeoke Jr, W Macfarlane,
E'hel Angus, M F Prosser.DrT E Ballly,
Miss N F Hawley, Miss C B Albright,
Miss Mary Kinney, C B Wells, w.lfe and
For Hllo and way ports, ptrstm Klnau,
July 11-CG Spencer, RSOgllvIe, Mrs
F Waterhouse. Mrs Danford. Hon W B
Wlllmaand wife, Miss Mary Crews, Miss
J Taner, Clive Davles and wife, J C
Rldgway, W Booth, A F Judd and wife.
J T Lesson, E A Knudson and servant. W
H Rock. E J Hardee, W H Mixer, Aileen
Nott, Miss C E Bray, Mrs J C Brown,
Miss L Horner, Miss J Nahlwa, T Aokl,
L Cheong, J Cummins, b R Stackable,
Miss Julia Dlas, Mis Bendlxen, Mrs A C
Steele. Master E Kaohl, Hon J B Kaohi,
uav a hock, m ss i man ma. m ss l Ma-
hlka, Kane Koolua, E B Turner and wife,
Miss Ellen Kalawe, Mis Nawalil, Rev S
Ollwa, Mrs Gough, Miss A, Perry, J H
van uicauu isnu wuc, a u innm5on, o J
Zabrleskle and wife. Mist R Richardson.
Miss K Cornwall, Master C Ahrens, Miss
E Kaqhl, Mrs E Naauao, Miss J C Carl
son, S M Ballou and wife, Mrs W T Paty,
ail. u c D.,.. as.... ssr ta, rs...
..,.-. k. my, ifiasici vy ST tdiy.
Charles 'Simpson, Dr William Peteisand
wife, Mrs Barlowltz, Miss J Qulnn and
Miss A Qulnn.
klNAU'8 FAST TRIP.
The Klnau arrived from Hllo this
noon after a fast round trip. ?li3
sailed from Honolulu at 5 o'clok on
Monday .with Porto Rlcans. She stop
ped at Poauhau, Hakalau, Peepekeo,
Papal, Kou, Wainaku and Hllo. She
was gone Just forty-one hours. 3he
sails tomorrow n't noon for Hllo again.
While Captain Freeman Is slpk Captain
Tom Clarke is In command of tho IIlUi
ferry boat , m ,
, '. 1
Vcttscle It tlllln.
Bkt. Gardner Cltvr schr. Ottlllle Peter
sen, bk Martha Davis, Br, bk. S-nator
and spj Falls of Clyde. .
To Whom It Mav Concern.
Notice Is hereby given to the consignees
and underwriters of the cirgo pel Bk.
"C D. Bryant" that thl carei. da-iaced
by fire and seawater. Is discharged at the
Irmgard Wharf, where same will He at
the risk or me. respective owners.
H. HACKFELD & CO.. LTD..
86 2t Agents Bk. '-C. D. Bryant"
A(U. in this column will be vinerted
nt IS cents a tine one itirertioit ; 25
centt Ctro in$ertioni; SO cents on irtek; 40
cents tiro tcetls, and CO cents one month.
This is the cheapest witertiting exer djfered
the people of Honolulu.
CALESMEN CAKN Sioo A MONTH lelllne
uur pm carbon copylnc booki and oiher offlct
P 11 1 lei by i ample; easy Mlleri i jooi rrofi i
uteJ by all me rcharts ; fint IJ lines L. A. MY
rltei Han make J n week." V. O. LAREY
"cleared Sai In one-half Ut W.J. AUSTIN, $i
In h..tir ' M T. PAYNP'K firkf fir i fnr
tit worih. Including 16 ccpylfiir hooki. Lalatojrue
free. MODEL MFG. CO.. PLPT. $t. South Bend,
In! " 188-imq
PARISIAN nRESSMfKER-Mroe P. Lambert,
late (rom Duucet, Pjrlt, ha openei her dress
maklne parlors. HrtcU nitlnf anJ latest Jeslenf.
U4 ISuuanu Ave., above Vineyard. i8$Timo
NOTICE IhaeremoveJmy bus'net office to its
Kaahunanu street where I Mill te rte4 to see
my filenJsanJ patrons. A R. H nJt, Collector anJ
Business Agent. womi
AM. MOORE. StenoRraphvind Tvpewiltlnj
soikl'eJ. Room u.CamptellUlk. Tel. Main 81
1 880' mo
NOTICE The grounds of the AleanJer Young
Bulldlnc, and the rrtvate 1 rcet M be known as
Bishop strut, are tlos.d to the public until further
rotice isiUMtuj wi, munn
i8?r-jmo Supt AoxanJerii
jOTICE TO BUILDERS lite Union I: x pre is Co
" has WHITE SAND FOR SALE t$4t
WANT ED -I mined lately, by a rrlla te parw,
poo J drlvinBr horse for month or two. In ei
change for It's keep Addtess "food care" Bulletin
WANTED A bright capable driver, for a bread
wac-on. one with experience r referred andean
Come well recommended. New England Utktty,
WANTED TO SBLL JEWELRY AND WATCHES
V tn th tawil stvles. Watches lecalred bv a
Itweler of is years experience, O. DIEFZ. Fort St ,
WANTED -Hook 'keepers and offieederk. drl ers
salesmen and all classes of help Don't wait
jntll ysu see the add In the paper, but call 'oday at
celect Employment Bureau corner of Alakea and
WANTED ladles and gen'lcmento Introduce the
"hottest" seller en eatth Dr, White's Electric
Comb, r a ten ted 1899. Agent ate coining moue
Cures ailt forms of scalp all tenia, headaches, etc
yet costs the sameasanntdlnry cimb. Scrd oc In
'amps for sample D. N. Rose. Gn Mgr., Deca
tur. III. i8ic.,ra
EXPERIENCED STATIONARY ENGINfccM,
t thoroughly familiar with high speed engines,
leslres position. (Uall engines especially) Ergmeer,
Bulletin Office i8'8-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
lANTED A man and wife to bond In private
V hn jse or to take charge of hnuse for three months
and huh) owner House (in Uerctanla street PO
Hon Ml l84-.tt
TO LET Six room cottage, nent to Morran
church, porcellan bath, patent w c, etc. Rent
Sis co. Apply to A CI. Cunha, t884-imo
rO LET A nice large front room. 61 B retanla
street. . leaa-iw
COR RF NT Store and 3 rooms cottage partly fur-
nIMied, No. tif, School street corner Achllane.
Afpty Ll: Asbahr, Hoffmann Saloon tfUUMf.
RENT Six room cottaire corner Ptntacola A
Lunalllo streets. Em met I May, Judd Building.
LET Two front rooms
No. 4 Garden Lane,
A COTTAGE TO LET-FIe rooms just off Walki
kl Road. Immediate possession. Rent Iijoo
a month, Apply Tramway Office, Punahou.
TO LET The Vlda Villa Is now under the manage-
men 1 01 wrs u a kcij. niceiy lurnisnea rooms.
table board can be had on application. 1 879 -mo
FOR RENT Large furnished room for rent with
all conveniences. Klnau St , mauka side, second
house from Pliko. or P O. Box 801, t8T3w
TO LET ii?.io Wilder Avtnue. Punahou. New
I House t rooms, t bedrooms, porcetlan bath
pan 'ry, etc, naresn w. u uniumn. 107511
CURNISHED ROOM DURING SUMMER for one
I or two ladl.s. suitable (or teacrers attcndlnc
summrr school. Apply, giving nam. ani adiress, to
"A H." tliliotfic ,T4-tl
Fyou hav. a house for rrnt. or want to rant a
house, rail on . R. IIINDT. office with Guile
Publishing Co . Camcbtll Block. Merchant street.
Telephone Main w ,1.,-tf
OFFICES FOR RENT-In Brewer building, Queen
street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C. Breer
It Co , Ltd. ,8oi-)mos
OFFICES FOR RENT Four laret rooms now
occupied by Malor Robinson as Quaitef master's
omces. io rrogress iiiorK, win do ,?r real arte, juni
10 1 nc rooms w oe remea s naiv or en suite.
Apply to C. S. I'esbv, Progress Block. iS'4-tf
PR RENT An eight room Cotlag.. All snoderr
Imorovementt. Two minutes walk from Tram.
way, inquire ai the Mint or Favorite Saloon 1810 tl
TO LET Comfortable cottates on the premises of
the Sanitaiy Steam Laundry Co., Ltd., Marmlon
and South streets. The cottages contain 4 rooms..
Kiicnen ana rain room, n't extra cnarge ror not ana
cold water and electric tights, Rent reasonable. Ap
fy 01 me premises 10 j Li.rn.ro,. manager
S 5.000 00 "b.SIlSTo.iT6f fl Man.
son. For particulars, enquire of Mrs, G, Manson, or
F. L.Waliron. t T 1M8.ini
FOR SALC-AsH Jiorse power En nine and sawlne
outfit In cool cond'tlon, ,-Can be sen Mork'ng
in Helcher't) yard. Oi posited Honolulu Iron Works,
Kakaako j , ?f,-iw.
f COR SALE Coiner grocery store, establish d for
I I over two yens.JiaslarRe and good patronage.
I or runner rariicu"" apply ty mail, Hllo, p.o b. to
COR AI F -Furniture of 8 rooms house firsale
r with frlvledge of rentln? the same rent $ji"
returns $40,00 centrally loca ed. Address to this
other. i8ti tf
FOR SALE-Slilotson Kapahulu Road, Kalmukl
Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
Emmetl May, Judd Building. iBh'1.
FOR SALE-My stallion. "Willie K." bred from
Fortme-not by Dow ell, Jr A eentle driving
horse Valuable for breeding purposes as well ai a
free roadster. John Emmetuth. Tel. Main sn,
MADE TO ORDER
Shirts with one pair detachable . .
cuffs made to your measure, for
$1.25 l.SO 1.7S 2.00 2.28
according to the quality of the
material selected : 1:1, : : :
HOTEL FOR SA E, good paying property In
heart of town, long leaie, cheap rent. $5,000:
Part cash, part mortgage Inquire at this office.
COR 'SALE Have lost received a tot of new and
iCondhand Smith-Premier ypewrlfers. which
are for sale or rent. An unusual chance 'or securing
a good ahi cheap machine. Washington L ghtCo.
CURNITURE of three rooms, new Parlor, two bed
1 room and dinng room 1 also new drop awnings
to fit even sections of (anal, HOUSE TO RfiNT. To
gether or seperate. R. W Atkinson Room 8, Mer
chant and Alakea
COR SALE-At very low prices. In Hllo on One
1 lot at Riverside Park, command In r the best view
of Occn an I Mountain. Six lots, all fronting the
Street one cnttage occupying middle lt ard well
furnished. For part'CJlas apply to A. M. Poterakin,
Hlii. m m iSro-tf
AN ESTABLISHED PAYING BUSINESS with
opportunity orircrease. Mjstbe sold on account
of party If jrlng town. One month's services given
rweit If purchased before July t, tost. Apply to F,
j.pjis'ii n' rney, magoan uuiiaing .
COR SALE A tthieton In fLiltent cnnJltlon. cloth
- line! CosSjti new. For salechiap. Inquire
of Mn W, C Weeion, Olneham St, or room 8.
Model Black .S-H
TIi Chinese" laundry situation In Ho
nolulu lv becoming dally more serious
and If matteis progress with such
lightning rapidity as they have In the
last twenty-four houis, there JU bo
trouble fomev here.
TliU morning, on complaint ot Cbu
Pun a Llllba street laimdryman, Judge
Gmr Issued a warrant for the arrest of
sixteen Chinamen on the charge of
conspiracy and early this afternoon
HUh Sheriff Brown sent out Officers
Barney Joy, Apaua and Ah On to round
up the men. The nor); was done In a
hurry m oider to preeut the men corf
ceraed from learning ofitbe warrant
n.-.il scattering In all directions.
It appears that Chit Fun has refused
to Join the association Vecently formed
by 'the Chinese Laundrymen's Union
nnd !in atood out against the demands
of the leaders. It further appears that
the .seven or eight men working for
Chu' Fia have iona. over to the enemy
au:l base Mleed their olces along with
thostr of the society for a raise In
waje. Chu; Fun has tefused to accedt)
to any of the demands and now there
u conspiracy to prevent him from
carrying on his business as a laundry
man Indeed, this conspiracy has gono
no far as to assume a menacing aspect
and men who would work for Cbu
run at the wages he offers, have been
threatened with bodily Injury.
Th" decision against Chu Fun was
arrived at on Sunday last at a meeting
jf the union.
It Is understood that Chu Fun Is not
tho only Chinese laundryman who has
ben threatened and that there are
uthM3 who, fearing bodily Injury
have refrained from Informing against
the men who have "seen" them.
It U thought that, by the action ot
Chu Fun, the Union will be cowed for
u while '.ut, that, when further develop
ment.! come to light, they will be on a
raur-,!i lar,jeij scale. lr
Hawaiian Opera House
under the direction of
My far the best combination of Vaude
ville Talent that has visited Honolulu.
A company especially selected for an
ONE WfcEIC CO.MMLNCINO
Tuesday, July 9
undrr the local manaxement of J, C. Cohen
ROc, 75c, and $1,00,
WHITNEY & MARSB
Jas. F. Morgan-
' 68 Queen Street
By order of Mr. W. Wolters I offer
for sale the following valuable prop
erty: 1 That lot on the corner of Green
and Kaplolanl streets, size 100x100 feet.
Tho place Is well laid out In palm and
J That lot on Green street, near tha
corner of Kaplolanl, slzo 95x145 feet.
togetner witn a house of six rooms,
and a stable with servants' quarters.
me garden is well laid out v.lta
palm and fiult trees.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
65 Queen Street .
LODGING HOUSE FOR RENT.
A LARGE, NEWLY-BUILT ROOM
Ins; house of thlrtv-two rooms, each about
10 x 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
873 , '
No More Dread 4
ofthe Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY, WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific, method applied to the
gums, iso sieep-proaucing agents or
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and tngiedlents to extract, Ml
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable' from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist. Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. 'e
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
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Our name alone will bo a guarantee
that your work will be of tho best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4. Elite Building, Hotel Street.
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