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H SUnd 'Phone, 319 nd 7
THEMON EXPRESS GO.
Drays lor Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers, from the Const, and we
-tccctc baggage on all outgoing steam-
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Kla street Tel. 86.
-. - f . LARSEH, Wf't.
FOR BALLAST !!
( White and Black Sand
J In Quantities to Suit....
COML AHD SOIL FOR SALE.
3nmp Carts furnished by the Day on
i'M.H. R HITCHCOCK
. tQbeen St., Opposite Union Feed Co.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Hankers Stock and Bond Exchange.
S-' COMMISSION BROKERS
,'i AND DEALERS IN
Tt INVESTMENT SECURITIES.
.Particular attention given to pur-
Asa and sale of Hawaiian Sugar
Bastern and Foreign Stocks and
V California St., '
,5.',, i Franclacot Cat. 1171
W. C. ACHI & CO.
f Brokers & Dealers
, rffe- WM Buy or Sell Real Estate in
all. parts of the group.
We' will Sell Properties on Reason
OFFICE. 10 WEST KlWO STKFET
,; DAVID DAYTON,
Real Estate Broker
1 228 MERCHANT ST. '
;' .. FOR SALE,
afroperty In town and suburbs, and
.-. jj? - HOUSES TO LET.
?A. C. LOVEKIN
mmnrv IBTt OilVli DDAVD.
P",' REAL ESTATE AND 4'
402 IUDD BUILDING
Ai J. OAMPBKLL,
Btook"" and Bond Broker.
letnber of Honolulu Stock Exchange.
9 Queen Street, Oiiposlto Union
FRESH LOAOCD SHELLS
just received for the opening of the
DOVE SEASON, JULY 1st.
Parker and other guns at prices to
suit the pocket books : : : : :
Washington, June 18. Lieutenant
Colonel 8amuel Heber. military secret
tnry or Lieutenant UPiiernl Jines, is
plxen eredlt by the Army .Signal Corps
or hawng developed a sislem o( wire
lens tclexrnlihy which Is not an en
croachment upon that of Slguor .Mar
Instructions glvn by llrlgauler Gen
eral Orccly, chief signal olllcer, before
his departure for jianlla. prohibit Lieu
ei,,r t Colonel nebc I? rdrtSrtog
icn.ini loonei ucucr i.om uisciissios
his Invention, Lieutenant Colonel nc
bcr Invented his system while stutlan
cd nt Governors Island and succeeded
in communicating without wires a dls-
a a as aL.1i 1 1 Tli la In n a
11IIII.U H V IK lit, IIIIIVO, t 1413 (Q UVts
thought to be the maximum distance
nr communication. The Instruments'
. n....,. i.inn.i ,,n.i,,i ,.i
cessfully that they were taken down
' i.."-.o . .. .w.... uu ...
and sent to San Francisco, where they
were Installed in the Presidio and at
Angel Island, llusincss Is transacted
daily over the wireless line. Ily direc
tion of General Grcely six sets of In
struments were manufactured In ac
cordance with Lieutenant Colonel Ke
ber's Ideas nnd .these were forwarded
to the Philippines, where they ore now
Til" features of Lieutenant Colonel
Reber's system ore not authoritatively
known, but it Is understood that the
principles he has observed arc not dif
ferent irom tnoso cstauusneti uy .Mar
coni. In the yew York harbor experi
ments a mast 1G0 feet high was used
to send nnd receive electric waves and
n mast Is In uso In San Francisco har
Tho development of the system Is of
great Importance to the army, as It
will take the place of tho military ca
bles now necessary for connecting va
rious harbor fortifications.
Lieutenant Colonel Uehcr Is well
known In army and scientific circles as
o leading electrical expert. He served
with General Miles during the Indian
campaigns, keeping that officer In con
stant communication with his base and
using barb wire and various other
makeshifts to maintain connection. In
Porto Rico he kept General Miles in
communication with five expeditions
which spread out from Ponce and was
highly commended for his energy and
WIPIJ OUT M08QUIT0E8.
Dr. L. 0. Howard's "Mosquitoes,"
Just Issued by McClure, Phillips & Co.,
will be read with interest by the peo
pic of Haw-all who spend half their
time year In and year out lighting mos
Dr. Howard, In his Introduction, re
marks with possibly unconscious hu
mor that this troublesome little pest Is
live topic of tho day. Tho Indis
putable proof of tho agency of the mos
quito In the carriage of malaria led
to serious experiments for the exter
mination of this minute but menacing
Insect. Malaria, one scientist ndlrms,
docs more to reduce the vigor, which Is
largely tho capital of the nation, than
any other disease. With the late dis
covery of our Army Yellow Fever Com.
mission in Cuba that a mosquito Is the
conveyor ot yellow fever, Interest In
the question has become almost In
tense. "There is no more reason for endur
ing the mosquito scourge than in al
lowing smallpox to ravage communi
ties," Dr. Howard declares with an1
other student In the field. He demon
strates by numerous drawings the dif
ference between the Innocuous genus
Culex and the mischievous germ-carrier
Anopheles. He explains how they
live, how they carry disease, and how
they may be destroyed. This last im
portant point is treated from Dr. How.
ard'B wide experience, and deals with
the drainage nnd filling In of breeding
places, as well as the use of Insecti
cides. The book abounds In helpful
suggestions and should prove a special
boon to residents of this country.
MAY TAKE SIERRA.
The Oceanic steamer Sierra will Ball
for San Francisco on Tuesday next.
W. O. Irwin & Co. state- that, on ac
count of the large number of people
booked to go to San Francisco In the
Mariposa, those wishing to be transfer
red to the Sierra may have their tick
ets changed. 1 ,
It is more than likely that the Mari
posa will he fulljon arrival here and
so, had It not been for the arrival ni
the Sierra, many Intending passengers
for the Coast would have been disap
pointed. . i
It Requires Nerve to stand tho strain
of nervous neuralgia, plans in the face,
head or any portion of tho body. Thesn
pains are quickly stopped by tho us3
of PERRY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER.
The relief Is Immediate and lasting. Do
not suffer a moment longer but uso the
Pain-Killer as directed. Avoid substi
tutes, there Is but one Paln-Klller, Per
ry Davis", Price 25c. and EOc.
Subscribers to tlio JiULLttTTN
liot receiving their papers promptly
will confer a fuvor by notifying tho
Business Office; Telephone 250.
FURTHER GOOD WORK
Stations Established to Connect France
and Corsica Marconi System
is Used Thoroughly
Experiments are being made at Antl
bes with the Marconi system. Wire
less telegraphy has already been sue'
Lcsstully operated between France and
rorsicn. Tin- municipal uuminisiTu
tlon o( Antlbes has done everything
possible to further the experiments,
which are under the direction of M. de
l'rof. Ilranley of the 1'nrls Catholic
faculty, while investigating the clec
trlrnl resistance of metallic filings, dis
covered that this resistance, which Is
ordinarily very great, diminishes to
an enormous extent when the filings
ate nctcd upon by the, electric oscilla
tions known as the Hertzian waves,
after the name of Hertz, their dls
rovcrcr. Prof. Uranley's discovery ren
dered wireless telegraphy possible, as
It furnished the means of receiving
electric oscillations at a distance,
With the aid of Prof. Jlranley's dis
covery Mr. Marconi discovered the
wireless telegraphy tjstein, says the
For the purpose of operating the
wireless telegraphy e) stein between
France ami Corsica stations lime been
cstabllHhcd ut Calvl and at Antlbes.
Tito Antlbes station ii situated near
the Illot railway. The only apparatus
)ti 'tho open air is the must nml cross
P'""'"' vcitlcol wire. Tu
' . .I1.,,.r,ll, . CDhcrer nnnarntu
mast supporting the coherer apparatus
couqlsts of.three parts respectively 20,
is and i meters long.
Excellent results have' ulwnys been
obtained during the experiments with
, , . . s. t. ill .
wireless telegraphy between Antl has
anil Calvl. T he. distance between the
stations Is lift kilometers (10S.5 miles
.. . , ,., .,-, J.- ,,. r
This Is not the greatest distance over
which the Marconi wireless telegraphy
system has been operated. Communi
cations have been effected betweeu II10
Lizard Head and tho Isc of Wight, a
distance of 285 kilometers (15G.7C
The employment of wireless tclegra'
phy will lender great services. Its
stationary uses Include communlca
tlous between tho coast and lightships
or lighthouses Isolated at sea and com
munlcntlons between Islands and the
In the former case wireless telegra
phy will sere to extend considerably
the semaphore service of ports. Light
ships lloatlng outside the harbors can
by Its agency, bo kept In constant
and certain communication with tho
port In all weathers and can signal tho
arrival of passing ships a long time
tn advance. This has already been
done at llremeu, where a lightship
fitted with wireless telegraphy appara
his Is rendering excellent service as
an ndvanced semaphore,
The Herald's wireless station, placed
on the Nantucket Lighthouse, will re
oort ocean liners from ten to fifteen
hours before they arrive oft New York
When wireless telegraphy stations
have been established In all parts of
the world ships at sea fitted up with
the Marconi atmaratus will In most
cases be able to communicate with the
mainland. This will give an Impetus
to navigation and greatly reduco mari
time risks. Vessels provided with
wireless telegraphy apparatus will be
able to ask for succor from land either
for themselves or for other vessels in
distress which they aru unable to re
lieve. The conclusive und continuous ex
periments wilh wireless telegraphy
conducted during scernl weeks past
between Antlbes and Calvl Justify the
hope that France and Corsica will
shortly bo placed permanently In com
munication by means of this marvelous
system. Paris Edition of New York
"MOTHER JONES" WORKING
Chicago, July C The Record-Herald
"Mother Jones," who did so much
to encourage the coal miner in their
Mrlke In Pennsylvania a year io,
holding meetings and addressing them
wherever a few could bo got together
and who since has assisted the striking
silk workers in New Jersey and the
carpet weavers in Philadelphia to
stand out for their demands, has been
In Chicago the past week assisting the
committee of the Women's Trade Union
Lable League to organize the servant
As a result of the work done by the
commltteo with the aid of "Mother"
Jones, several hundred servant girls
have signified their Intention of be
coming charter members of tho first
servant girl's union of Chicago, which
will be formed on Thursday night
erSllvcrorc. No worUiu-Mi tickets.
A new and easy plan. SenttSiainp
W nls and send VIII an n Houvenlf a.
llelly 1'leca or lulil riaterl Jewelry, Write at once.
tern. Boos Co goil8,lhellte. N,CarHna.lJ t A.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. O. HEXRIQUF.S, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To tho Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chanco Is offered for
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet tho S. 6. Manna Loa
at Kallua and ttko passengers overland
to Ilookena, where the steamer Is met
Fino Job Printing at tho Bul
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Iist Quarter of the moon on the Sth
at 4:50 a. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kshulul and Hllo occur
About an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 167 30. The
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., whlcb
Is the samo as Greenwich Oh, 0m.
Musters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find there
a branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
Office located in the Merchants' Ex
change, 'where is maintained for their
ncncflt free of charge, complete let
of charts nd directions of the world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to ocean
Weather -Ilurcau, Punahou, July 13.
Temperature Morning minimum
72; Midday maximum. W
n-n-nmotr.,. n, n m ,.,
Harnmcter nt a n. m. 2A.SS. Steady.
Dew Point CfF.
Humidity at '- a. m. 01 per cent.
Diamond Hcnd Signal Station, July
13.-rWeutlier hazy; wind fresh NR.
Friday. July 12.
Am bkt Quickstep, Gniener, 52 days
from S.ilmas Lruz.
Saturday July 13.
Am sclir Henrv Wilson, Johnsen, t)
days from Grays Harbor.
Am bkt Arago, Perry, u) days from
Friday. July 12.
A-Il S S Hawaiian, Dant.eld, for Ka
hulul. Am schr Prosper. Johjnsen, (or the
stmr Kauai, Thimpson, for Kaanapali
Stmr Noeau, Wyman, for aual.
Saturday. July 6.
Am sp Chas E .Moody, Kasmussen, for
San i-ranclsco with sugar.
Am bkt Planter, Chase, for San Fran
cisco with sugar.
CANADA 18 PATIENT.
New York, July . The Canadian
ministers who nre In England will
probably sail for home about tho first
of August, says the Tribune's London
correspondent. They do not look for
a practical solution of the question of
nn Imperial court of appeals at once.
but consider that a conference Is help
ful In creating an atmosphere for Im
perial federation. They assert that
Canada Is satisfied with the existing
arrangements nnd not In haste to modi
fy them, henco that any proposals for
creating an Imperial court of appeals
will need to be ncted upon with de
liberation. The ministers make up a
strong delegation und their presence In
London has strengthened tho good re.
latlons between Canada and the niotli
6TRIKHR8 A88I8T MARSHAL.
Cincinnati, O., July 0. A novel spec
tacle was presented in the United
States District Court when seventy
striking machinists who had been en'
joined by order of the court, marched
In a body to the olllco of the United
States Marshal for tho purpose of
facilitating the service upon them
which the Marshal was bound to make..
The strikers voluntarily took this
course, realizing the difficulty of find
Ing their members, some of whom are
in camp. They desired In this wny to
give proof of their Intention to obey
RU88IA AND OUR SUGAR.
New York, July C The Washing
ton correspondent of the Herald says
that notwithstanding the official se
crecy surrounding the recent Russian
communication, replying to the not
addressed by Secretary Hay to Count
Casslnl, regarding the tariff question,
It Is learned that Russia has Intimated
her willingness to remove tho retalia
tory duties she has applied upon Am
erican imports provided the United
States repeals the order Issued by Sec
retary Gage, Imposing the counter
vailing duty upon Russian sugar. It Is
plain that RtiBsIa regards tho sugar
question as the crux of the whole con
The news .that the Independence Is
showing somthlrg oyer a 14 knot gat I J
making our yachtsmen prick up their
ears, that Is fast sailing, and It will tike
a swift boat to beat t. I he Constitution
Is showing well In her tunlng-uu work
since making her appearance after the
accident. Mr. Duncan expresses himself
as well nlea ed win ner penormances. It
is not likely that the yacm will be taken
to Glen Cove or to other of the contests
nn the Sound this month. The proposed
transatlantic' r ce between yachts of the
America's cup class dres not Imptess old
mariners as likely to take place. The pre
sent cup racers are "not built that way'j'
The bhamrock II. Is at the yards of her
builders for her new spars and will
doubtless be readv for another spin next
week. N. Y. Marine Journal. 1
. 1 ,
HOT IN WASHINGTON.
Washington, July C The official
thermometer indicated a tcmperatuio
of 90 degrees for Washington at 1
c'clock today. Three deaths and eight
prostrations from heat have been re
ported during the past twenty-four
,lil. f;i thit cotunm vlll If uiMrfril
a! IS rtult n lint out tuHrthii ,' J3
cento lico iiutrliuHt; Jtt ctntt out vttk; 40
tentt tiro wtttt, ami W ctnlt out immlh.
Thh it tl t chtttptt) niUtrtiitngittroiftrtd
the peoplt 0 Honolulu.
NOTICE I hivt rttnovtl mv butlnttl oftict la 115
K.iliumtnj itrwt !wr I olil te rj.l to
my fr ten J an 1 ritwnl.
A K. U.nlt, Collector and
AM. MOORE. Stenizrhy tnl I Tyvniltlnc
solicited. Room 11, CamptellBlk. Tel. Main ill
NOTICE Tn jrnjnje ol the Atexant.r ounr.
llultJInz, and the rrlvata leet Ii be known ai
Lllthop Itrwt, are clOMd to the ruMIC until lurther
intlce; (siastul WM.MLTf.ll.
Iflt-lmo Surt A'enndef VminglH'.
'.IOTICETO BUILDERS-The Union bipren Co.
ha WHITE SAND TOR SALE null
WANTED Eneruellc orkt to-dntrltute alver
tlt'nz. ich at circulars, otnole ol irerchan
dlie, etc.. for American manufactures, lermaneol
occupation, zoo J pav. Wrl'e- for rart'culars to
t)ISTIHUTERS I fcAUUE.
.0 W .3th St.. York. U. S. A.
tfSI-S' Jfcly li.is.ia.tle6.yo. Aug ifi.
ADESIRAtUE PARTY with tuoocc cash wishes
r-s to turcrise noise and lot ctse to ion '
ance r.iyM) on elsy terms.
Ap.ly. II. J.. P O.
WANTED-Yot-nz ladr clerk, for a fewerks.
Espe-lenct unnecessary address. In own hand-
writing, statlngMtary deslted. S.fC
WASTED-A bright capable drlier. fur a btesd
wagon, one with espi-rlence preferred andean
cume well recommended. New England bakery.
Of ANTED To Scu Jeuechy and Watchzs
" In the liteil styles Watches irpilred by
taw. er of it vars esser ence.
cj. umii, i-ort m..
near Hotel 1I08-H
WANTED D Nik-keepers and office-clerks, drivers
talesmsn and all classes of help Din't wait
until ysu see the add In the paper, but call today at
elect Employment bureau corner of Alakea and
WANTED I alles and gentlemen to Introduce the
"huttest siller on eatth Dr. White's Electric
Comb. tatened t8go. Agents are cclnlng mone'.
Cures all firms of scalp all rents, headaches, etc
yet costs tr.i sitne as an o jinary enmo. ena c in
tamps for aimp.e n. n. Kose, utn. wgr., ueca-
ROOM AND BOARD.
linjMMirtufiki- Jurirenf house for three months
and board owner ll iue vn HtreUnla s'rret P O
Hnx SI. lB8i-.tl
TO LET A s",re aj the Territory Stables. Inquire
at the jm. ' i88o-tw
RESIDENCE OF JOHN CASSIDY at
Walltikl tor rent. Two story house of nine
rooms, wbtt large lanal, mosquito proof IhroL'ghojt
hot water for bith, also citldg of two rooms n vard.
Good teach til sea b.thl g; also tine view of Hono
lulu. Apply tj J, W. VjATauit, I', O Uox is., or
telephone Blukin. igikMI
FOR RENT ind Furniture for Sale-Mew modern
house, completely futnlshed. six bedrooms, bath
electric llglits, (.oolest and m st des ribie location In
th.clty. tit umlllo sueet iSSS-iw
TO LET Tbree newly furn'shed rooms, mosult)
troof and cool. MacklockAve, between Pilkol
and Keeat,moku iSar-tf
TO LET A nl:ly furr Ished cottagt of three rooms
and bath, suitable frr gentleman, jfa Oeretanla
St.. I"wn lde of Thomas Square. iI3t-iw
FR RENT Furnished room In private house on
King S- car line, near hrst-ctass boarding
house J W BULLETIN. iSly-tl
3 LET Six room cottage, next to Morm.n
church. Aorcaltin bath, catentw c. etc. Rent
Six co. Apply tu A 6. Cuftha, 885-imo
TO LET x nice large front roon. lieretanla
COR REN r St-ire and ) rooms cottage partU fur
' nKlied. N 3 ir. School street corner Achl Lane,
Apply L I1 Ash ihr Hutlinann Saluon ifcBi-lf.
PR RENT Six room cottsge corner Pensacola A
Lunalllo streets, Lmmett May, Juid building,
fO LET T trnt rooms
No. v Garden Lane.
ACOTTAdC TO LET-rive rooms Just off Walkl
kl Rojd Immediate possesion Rent lis oo
a month. Apply Tramwav Oflke, Punahou.
TO LLTThi Vldl Villa Is now under the manage
ment nt Mr. D S Reid Nkelv furnished rooms:
table board un ho hid on arpllcatlon ilro-mo.
TO LET 1 1-50 "Wilder Avinue, Punahou, New
Houio rrwms x bedrooms, porcellan bath.
pantry, etc, Aliens w. U this Office. iti-II
CURNISHED nOOH DURING SUMMER for one
I or two Udies. suitable tor leaders attending
summer stbocl Apply, giving name and address, to
IF you bive a bouse tor rent, or want lo rent a
house, 1 all on A, R. IIINDT. office with Guide
Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Merchant street.
Telephone Main ,t. ilT-tf
OFFICES FOR RENT-In Brewer bulljinr, Queen
tret, un reiionibl terms. Apply to C. Brewer
& Co . LtJ, i86itmos
0FFIC.L5 FOR RENT-Four t(st
octuple! by Mor Roblnton avOun
nrfuHel bv Milor Roblmon AtOuittermattor's
office. In Projr 11 o k, will be for rent after June
)o The ro"irt will be ren'el ilnjtly or en tultt.
Apply to C, S tstv. Prog ret Blocn t8i4'tt
PR RhNT An elht room Lotuge. All moJern
Improvement i. Two minutes wtilc from Tram
way, Ingulf y the Mint or Favorite Saloon ix tf
.TO LETi oirfortib'ecottjfei on the premlm of
I at.. C.:... C... ...4. i" 111 U.mlon
III .iJUI't'y tJlsjairs aiouii4l v xaof s-xii I'lit iniuis
and Soutfi ktrttfti The cottage contain 4 roins,
kitchen an4 citn room, N 1 extra charge for hot anl
roic water aiu eitktnc iienit, Kent reasonaou, p
hu prr"iw. to J. Llgtitfoit manager. t.3tf
COR SALfi-A 4 hrte power Lngine anj tjulns
outui in irtvii uni'iitin uan re wen wnrk'n;
In Btlcher i jr J
Ojroklif Honolulu Irun Work,
FOR SALE Corner grocery store etUblUhtJ lor
over to yean, hi larjre an4 tool patronage,
Tor further particular appJ by mall, llllo, p.o p. to
FOR SALE "Furniture ol 8 rooms housa for sale
with rrlv'eJrze ct rent In e the time rent In 00
returns $40,00 centrally focaeJ
AJJreu to this
WHITNEY & MARSH
iVJADE TO ORDER
Shirts with one pair detachable
cuffs made to your measure for
$1.25 l.SO 1.7S 2.00 2.2S
according to the quality of the
material selected : : : : :
FR SALE 51 lots on Ktpahulu RoaJ, Kilmukl
Tract, cheap, on tht Inttallmtnt plan. Apply
Emmtf May, JutU Building. i8nlf
COR SALE Have Just rtcelvt.1 a lot of new an J1
ifcorij.nana 3mimrrernicrf)rriTfrt, mcn
arc for salt or rtnt. An unuiual c ha net or te coring
a go4 anl chap wachlnt. Washington L'ght Co.
FURNITURE of ihrea rooni, new. Parlor, two tJ
rooms and dln'nr room ; also new drop anlncs
to fit reven ifct'ors of lanal. HOUSE TO RENT. To
iccther or m pvra'e. R. W. Atkinson Room 8, Mir
chant and Alakta.
COR SAtE-At Mry low prices, (n Hllo 'own One
r lot at Rherslie Park, commandlnr the test view
of Ofean and Mountain. Six lots, alt fronting the
street, one cottage occupying middle lot ard well
furnlshtd. For particulars apply to A. M. Potemkln,
Hllo. " i9.
AN ESTABLISHED PAYING BUSINESS "lth
" opportunity of Increase. Musi be sold on account
of party leaving town. One month's services given
rPtB If purchased before July ij, 1991, Apply 10 F,
J Russell, Attorney, Magoon Building.
COR SALE A phaeton In excellent condition, cloth
lined. Cost $jt 1 new. For sale cheap. Inquire
of Mrs W, C Wieion, Bingham St., or room 8,
Model Block. i8.Ttf
I OST A nnd Degree Masonic Charm. Finder
fc- teftrn to Huiln timet and refelv reward 8q-tl
SUNDAY'S BAND CONCERT.
The hand vlll play on the Capitol
grounds Sunday afternoon. The fol
lowing program, dedicated to tho
national French Pete, will be rendered
The Old Hundred.
Overture Fra Dlavolo Auber
Introduction Carmen Bizet
Finale Ui Perlchole Offenbach
Grand Selection Faust Gounod
Overture Calif of Bagdad ..Boleldleu
Potpourri French Melodies ..Audran
Duet Madamo Angot Lecocq
Overture Masanlello Auber
"The Star Spangled Banner."
8AR8 vs. MAILU-ILINA.
The Star and Matle-Illma teams will
cioss bats on the Makiki grounds at
3 o'clock this afternoon. A good gams
is expected. Following Is the stand
ing of the league teams up to the prea
nt time: '
Won. Lost. Pctge.
Stars 0 100
H. A.C 2 0 100
Artillery 1 1 , SO
Mulle Illmas 1 1
Police 0 2
Hawaiian Opera House
under the direction of
By far the best combination of Vaude
ville Tulcnt that has visited Honolulu.
A company especially selected for an
ONE WfcEK COMMENCING
Tuesday, July 9
unJf r'the local management of J. C. Cohen
SOc, 7ffc, and SI.OO.
Parties visiting Lahalna en Mau1 can
secure ample and comfortable rooms, baths
and shaving parlors In connection.
E. E. MILLER, Prop.
Formerfv McCann's. l87j-tf
Jas. F. Morgan
ll 88 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.
The place Is well laid cut In palm and
2 That lot on Orecn street, near the
corner of Kaplolanl, size 95x145 feet,
together with n house of six rooms,
and a stable with servants' quarters.
The 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-
Ine house of thlrtvtwo rooms, each about
10 x 12 feet. Two patent closets and
three bathrooms downstairs, and the same
number upstairs. Location near corner
Fort and VlneyarJ 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 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 Ingredlenti'to extract, nil
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns utvlectccable 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
ua to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advance, exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth SB OH
Gold Crowns iSB.OO
Gold Fllllndu SI.OO
Hllvei Fillings Ode
Our name alone will bo a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Dulldlng, Hotel Street.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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