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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., WEDNESDAY, r'LV "4 lio
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CIAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
s I:E5 MERCHANT STREET.
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'? ! Next to Siangenwald Bldg.
Suryt'cJ Kraelins, Buggies, Rond Wagons, Delivery
"Way-is,, Drays. Nobby Buagy and Surrey Harness,
VLhCiWWJ Rubber, Nickel, or Immitation 1 rimmings
D7i!;t3va3l3ndsandsi7es. AMeGrease, Chamois Skins,
3wS1rn'Jts,Vo)Mats Washers, Dash Lamps, Feather
Iikw3, naff Tassels, Harness Oil, Bits, Sponges,
WlSvHtffJv Bushes, Harness Soap, Harness Dressing,
TL'Ru?M.Can'wge Lamps, Lap Robes, Etc. : : :
.MODS mSONALLY SELECTED BY C. F. HERRICK ON HIS
RECENT TRIP EAST.
, S4M.R AGllNTS
Colambus Buggy Co
Gold IKiiTji, Farts t5n;mltlo!, loco.
SHREVE & CO..
.'. 11'-p'''0 lacintatc trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all good!
K9 or sraerea or msm, tree
o, sr returning: same to San
!jn to those Vnown to the
whiT.'iin San. Francisco
I, ;' .'Jcmfcrs, Cold and. Silverware Manufacturers,
Mnrlict & Pobt StR., S. P.
j MntfwSfif HATAI OGUE and orlcts
'' 'JtotepsliBjnilix.tir)-rf.)twelry and Silverware west of New York Clty.and art
' i ml n1iirrAOi fivrln) dfsl?T14.
, lmm.w ---. -,- r
I wetiD 75c. per month.
if. - -p
& SON, LTD.
C. F. hERRICK,
J. A. McKerron
F1NE HRSE BOOTS
Gold Medal, Pails Exsosltlon, igoo.
01 an cnarges lor transportation to
Francisco. Goods will be sent or
firm, or wl") will furnish satlsfactorj
(unilthtd UDon receipt of reauest. We hav-
COMING HIS WAY.
New York Tribune.
Examination of Lawyers
In Ye Olden Times
Many men, even succcesdil members
of tho profession, hold that, ns a good
examination does not necessarily
make n good lavvj.er. It la better to
make the conditions of admission easy
and thus allow the Attest of the lot to
sunlve. This sentiment has been less
since tho American Ilnr Association
took up lg(rously the work of raising
tho standards of legal education. Many
good nuicdotes nre told of tho old
tests. An ablo Southern lanjer still
lltng has a. good Btory about his ex
atnlnatlonjiy lteverdy Johnson, one of
the greatest lawjers of tho laBt cen
tury. Mr. ..JohnBon Know tue oung
man, but apparently he did not allow
his lamlllnrlly to Influence' the case.
He asked him one 6f two questions as
easy ns the nlphalict or the multiplica
tion table, nnd then ery severely de
manded. "Young man, can )ou mix a good
"I think f can, sir," as tho reply.
"There," pointing to the sideboard,
"aro the ingredients, sir. Nou, let me
see what you can do.'
The candldato approached, and used
his finest touch and sense of selection
In compounding the tonic. Then, top
ping It oft art UtU ally with a fi Pali
mint, he presented n to ills examiner.
Mr. Johnson gavo the case Ills best
care and patience, nnd finally, when
the bottom of tho generous glass had
been reached, he looked at the young
man admiringly nnd announced that
ho had passed
Another story Is told of a Judicial
district In 1'lorldn where, before tho
ei. i of the railroads and owing to tho
minmotis creeks nnd rlers, there had
to bo frequent fouling of streams In
jrdor to nial e good tlmo between tho
country towns. The candidate present
ed himself before tho Judge, who. nfter
looking nt the oung uan a few mo
ments and taking his measure, naked:
"Can you tide?'
"Do joti own a horse?"
"Can he swlm7"
Whereupon the judge bowed gravely
"1 am Aery glad to weleomo jou, sir.
to the piactlco of law In my district."
Slnie those dajs, of com Be, law has
changed. Moio Btatutcs are passed
oui 5 ear than existed when Chief
ftiGilcc Marshall brought order out of
American legislation. The lawyer hr.s
I not on! to bo possessed of nldelnfor
' motion and arcurnto knowledge, but
1 ho must be trained In the processes ot
the State so as to be nblo to master
the facts and details of the new prob
lems. The raising of the standard
means tho lmprooruvnt of the bar.
mm by ii
"When Speaker Henderson was at
the Waldorf-Astoria before going to
Europe," remarked one of his frlendr
the other day to a writer In the New
York Tribune, "I learned tho forco of
diplomacy In a way that I shall neicr
forget. It all happened because of
some 75 cent cigars which had been
presented to the Speaker. I had
shaken hands with him and he had
slapped me oier the back a couple of
times most heartily when he aulced me
to haio a cigar. Well, sir. I had neer
seen such a cigar before. You don't
.jot "em where I was born In Vermont.
They were all wrapped In goldleaf and
had a bind; silk ribbon around 'cm.
"Well. I took one, peeled oft the
wldloaf and put the goldleaf in my hip
pocket so no one could steal it. Well,
sir, after I had undressed that cigar.
I'll bo blamed if I could tell which
was the flro end and which wns tho
nouthplcce. The two ends both enme
(o a point. 'Haic a light,' said the
Speaker suddenly so suddonly that I
nado a wild guess which end was tho
.nouthplcce, and, biting It off lit tho
"Well, sir. the taste of that mouth
piece I can't describe It. It tasted
3omcthlng like cologne, and It went In
o my nose nnd started me to cough
ng. Another thing that alarmed mo
jtlll more was the way that cigar
iiirncd. Sparks or Are shot out now
and then as from green wood, nnd bub
bles of sap swelled up on the wiappe.
.nd then exploded Into little green
"I hadn't smoked very long beforo
ny Jaw began to acho. I took the
hlng out ot my mouth and rested m.
aw a little, but as soon ns 1 stuck tho
Igar In my teeth again tho Jaw nehed
all the more. The reason was Hint the
ml I lit wa3 so hcaiy and tho clgnr
ins so long that It kept prjing my
eolith open llko a loicr.
"Tho clgat had no sooner begun to
jurn and draw well than It began to
inravel. First tho wrapper camo loose
ind hung like a washing on a line.
Then a lot of fillings and what looked
o mo llko brown ecelslor dropped out
5f It onto my trousorH. The IllltngB
.vcro all afire, and to sao mjneir from
)ulng burned alive I dashed the whole
.msliitss wrapper, excelsior, fillings
2nd all Into tho cuspidor.
" 'Guess I lit tho wrong end of that
cigar,' said 1, after the danger had
" 'Oness you did,' replied the Speak
er, after he had stumped across the
room a couple of times, 'which oulj
thows the forco of diplomacy,' he add
'id, 'and that oven a cigar must lie
ipproached the right way."'
"You are an ungrateful child! If It
hadn't been for you I could have gone
to the Mothers' Congress."
"If it hadn't been for me you couldn't
have gone, becauso you wouldn't have
been a mother," Cleveland Plain
Some say it U hot nlr, but If you will
drop Into the Manufacturers' Shoo Co '
storf you yl.. bo convinced of It.
THE STOCKBOOKS OP THE
jahu Sugar Company, Ltd, will bo
'Insert to transfers from July 27th
1901, to August 1st, 1901. both da tea in
lusivo. H. A. ISENIIERG,
a m a m
) 48 a o
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4 O.V g it
4 40 ro
I 14 1,1
J H 10 IT
6 t t o 6 ,8 on
Sunday ,i..... ai
r 4) 8 to
Monday .. ,..,. .a, t'
5,l. o. it
Now Moon on 15th at 11:40 p. m.
The tides at, Kahulul and llllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10k, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 15? 30. The
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
is the same as Greenwich Oh, Om.
Musteis of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find there
n branch ot tho U, S. Hydrographlu
Oflkh located In the Merchants' E&
change, where Is maintained for their
ocnellt free of charge, complete icta
of charts and directions of the world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
gtrd!ng lights, dangers to navlgatloi
and all matters of interest to ocean
Weather Hureau, I'unahoit, July 21
Temperature Morning minimum,
C,, Midday maximum, SO.
ilnruinitcr nt 0 n. in. 29 91. Steady.
Ocw l'cilnt GUP.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. "1 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. July
24. .".thcr clear: wind light E.
Tuesday, July 23
T. K. K. Nippon Mum, flteen, 0 dnjs
I hour from San Francisco.
Str. Mokolll, Dennett, from Moloknl.
Wednesday, July 2i.
Str. J. A. Cummins, Scarlo, from
Sc.br. Eclipse, Towesnd. from Hawaii.
Tuesday, July 23.
Str, Kauai, llruhn, for Makawell.
Str. James Makee, Tullctt, for Ka
Paa. Str. l.ehiia, Napala, for I'ukoo.
Str. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for Ka
Wednesday, July J4.
T. K. K. Nlpon Marup, Green, for
Srhr. Concord, Mann, for I'naullo.
f.chr. Kuullanl, for Koolau.
Am. bk. C. 13. Kenenr. Anderson, for
SAILING THIS AFTEHNOON.
Btr. Maul Dennet, for Hawaii ports.
at 5 p. mt
Etr. Claudlnc. Fnrker, for Maul ports,
at 5 p. m,
Str. Nllhau, Thompson, for Anabola
at 5 p. m.
Str. Mokolll, Bennett, for Maui ports
at 5 p. m.
From Kauai ports, per str. Mikahala,
July 24 Mrs. E. Cotton. Miss A. Iilack-
stndt, E. K. Bull. Hev. Massle, M. A.
It egg, E. Cropp, F. I.oebr Young Hung
nnd 11 on deck.
From San Francisco, per T. K. K.
Nippon Mam, July 23 For Honolulu:
W. I Draper Jr.. A. L. Young, J. 1".
Thompson, Mis. I.nrwlll, W. T. Inck
ards, E. C Kimball, Mrs Illcknrds,. For
Yokohama: S. Togo. Geo. Bedlnger,
F II. Kingman, Leon Uiaclt, S. Yoko
ta. F. ion Hohonejer, Mrs. F. II. King
man. For Kobe: J. G. Smith, Mrs.
Smith and two seriants. For Hong
kong: II. J. Gosllner. Mrs L. H. Tales,
Mrs. Daisy Wilson, Dr. L. H. Tales,
Mrs. Giace Cohen, J. J. Klnyoun. For
Shanghai: V. S. Minister Conger, G.
W. Drolette, .Miss It. S. lleevcs, Sirs.
For Kauai, per str, Jas. Makee: D.
Prlsge, 0. B. Curtis, Wm. Gallagher.
For Kauai pons, per str. W. G, Hall,
July 23 W. ii. Rice, Miss Mary Rite,
Mrs. Spleker Rev. H. Isenberg, Miss
J. A. Cooke. Miss Spelker, Rev. Cbas.
Hyde, W. Williamson, Mrs. Charles
Hyde ami sou M. 11. Fernandez and son
A. A. Bra) mer, J. W. Hall, .Mrs, Pcder
scn, Mrs. Leonoro Center, Mrs. A. F.
Cooke, Mrs. M. M Cooke, Mrs H. Mor
ilson, Mrs. Center, Col, Ficnch J. K.
Kruiunnt, .Major Wood, Mnjoi Hiitrls,
C. U. Cutilson, J. B. Akasslz C. uKiser,
C. A. Chong, Miss llatlwell.
Sailing this afternoon.
Delaware witnesses Iti the Botkln
minder c.iso uie again en their way" to
Ban Francisco to' testify nt the new
A. B. Kittiedgo has been appointed
II. S. Senator for the unexplicd term ot
the late Senator Kjlo of South Dakota.
Klttredgo Is 40 yeais old.
It Is said one-thhd Us members
will lcaie the Knights of Pjthlas En
dowment Rank on account ot the extra
atsessmenu called to straighten out
The third race ot the big Amerlcnn
yachts resulted In a victory for the Co
lumbia. The Independence was a close
third, showing up much better in tho
There is talk in Undon that Lord
Kitchener will bo replaced by Lieu;
Gen. Sir Blndon Blood as a result or
the cenBoishlp on press dispatches
dealing with the Vlakfonteln affair.
Old North College and Lyceum Hall
are. being torn down to make way foi
the new Yalo campus This means a
thousandfold more to Yalo men
throughout tho country tlun the mere
wouls tell, '
cuRin 11 y
Dr. I'IcrceS Elec
trie llody Battery
Away w th Drugs I Inves
tigate, Send for "Book
let ho " Address
HURCE HLGCTKIC CO..
SHIRTS ) EACH
g .!'. in liiii enlumn "ill It vitrrlnl
ill li cfiitt (i lint mif tiitertlwi : JS
cenli lico interliuut; SO ctiitu our netl; 40
ctnt$ Ini) tretlt. mill t emit nnt viviilli.
lh if lic chtaptt aditrtiiingtittojltrea.
IM wopi? VJ I1VIIU1UIU.
NEW TONIC TRAINED NUKSE wmiM like tomt
fnciKetntnt cr vould lake remanent pusltton.
Terms reaa,naMeA.JIRul e'ln , i8yiiw
IF OU HAVE a houte for rt I or antfo rrnta
house, tee A. K. Rlndt. Collecloni carelul y
cenjca in ana rromjliy remiliea, umce 11 aa
humanu tlreet iSoj.tf
PIANO LESSONS by an txrerlcneeJ leachtr.
p4clwl'v ril hegln-era fr- II, ret-nla ot-lw
- aoiiciieo. Koum t.t.airirtii uik. lei iviainmi
NuTH-fc The eronti'i of ihe AlexanJr Young
UullJIns? and the rrlva'e i reel to be ttn.wn as
Bishop street, are tlosvd to the ruMIC until further
totlce (siGMUl WM. MLTl II.
l8lNmo r Surt A'exanJer Ywnp Rl .
MOTICETO BUILDERS-The Union tiptestlo
t1 has WHITE SAND FOB SALh il4)tl
AASTED-Furnlshed h(ue of 6 roimt on
" ll-e. No children. AiJito A , P O. Bo
lAMtD int for rnoii-ma'e, two bels. tnn
vv rom. fine table. Kins St. car line. "Rom
Hu'le 'n Omc. iStmw
WANTED Male ard female worker for Domestic
portions iSe'ect fcmpl mcnt office, Magoon
tlolldlnir C. of Merchant ind AUVea Sit
ANlEDOftice clerk (Mal or f crate) with
rrlvllnrj ot'leatnlnff ta?erltlnir anJ satirv
paid. kom 8 Magoon Build ln.
BOOKKFEPERS. OFFICE CIEGKS and light
drivers wintid dally 8 to 10 a. m fle t Em
ployment office, Magoon Bulldinit Cor. Me chint and
WANTED An experienced (Itntleman Steno
erarherand Tperlter with a tlr knowliJge
of Book -keep In tz. Address H. R , P. O. Box 6a,
Honolulu , i8jw-tw
WANTED, to correspond with a senstble, middle
vv c'd eenileman, hyan attractive widow of refine
ment and culture, desirous of domestic ft (city.
Gentleman must b conge .lal, have a comfortable In-comei-nd
be able to provUe a Rood home. Musi be
a toal abt tlner from liquor. Address "Widow"
P. O. Box 718. Honolulu, T. H No cunttpondence
wanted that Is not sincere. All communkat oris heid
str Icily confidential. iwtt
A DESIRABLE PARTY with I1100 re cash wishes
rt to purchase house and lot clnse to town bal
ance payable on easy terms Ap;l),H. J.P O
Box 811. 1883-tf
ilANTED To Sell Jewelry and Watches
rv In the latest styles Water-es repaired by a
Itweler of jj years experience, G. DIETZ, Fort St ,
near Hotel. t8oS-tf
WANTED 1 adles and penile men to Introduce the
hottest" seller on ca th Dr. White s Electric
Comb, iatented 1804 Agents are c Inlnr mone
Cures all forms of scalp all tents headaches, etc
yet costs the same as an uidlnary c mb. Send In
tamps for sample D. N. Rose, G n Mer.Deia
tur, ill. 18 o-jin
ROOM AND BOARD.
a MAN AN l WIFE would like rnirn and board In
rrlvtte fwm.ly Addrcn "A" hU ofhee Q"-iw
TO LET Verv desirable cottage rrslJence, six
rooms, pantry am bnthroom ; sanitary arrange
ments Ihrou hout 1 fjrmshed or unf jrnlshej , rear
Punahou College. Applv to ' O ' this ofhee,
TO I ET PitmshcJ rooms, board If desired, 619
Hotel street. iSg7-lw
'Mce six-room cottace, on Lunalllo. near
1 Pensaola street,
ntm.ttMay, Judd UJIIdlng
TO LET ceft n Houre, uell furnished rooms with
1 board I oung M . nrPllKl So.-imo
TO LFT A store al the Territory Stables Iniulre
at the oin . 1889-1
FOK RENT an! furniture for Sa'eVew modern
house, completely futnlshej six bedroom, tatli
electric lights, coolest and m stdts rable lucatloi In
the city tst unalllo street " 1688 tw
TO LET Three newly turn'shed roons, mo.qull
- rr jot ana coot, mai
icklock Ave , between Pllkol
I O LET A nicely fun Ished cotage ot three rooms
1 and bath suitable f.r cent eman )6j Deretanla
St.Kwn Ide of Tht mas Square itSr-tw
TO Lbl Six room cottage, next to Mormon
church, porcellan bath pauntw c, etc Rent
S.ico Arplyt,A G Cuwha, 886. mo
CON RENT Store and i rooms cottage rarlly fur-
nlxhed, J ?ij. School street corner Achl L
Arp'y I- I Asbahr. Ilollmann saloon
rO LET Two front rooms
No. v Garden Lane.
A COTTAGE TO LET-Fly. rooms Jusl off Walkl-
kl Road. Immediate possession RentJtjoo
a month Apply 1 ramway Oflice, Punahou.
TO LET--The Vlda Villa Is row under the manage
ment of Mrs D S Reldr Nicely furnished rooms,
table board can be had un arpllcatlim ' T87o-mo
TO LET-fiTjo Wilder Av.nue,
noute 7 rooms. 1 rearooms
Address W. B th's Omre. t8,-tt
CURNISHED ROOtt DURINQ SUMMER for one
or two tames, suuacie tor teacLers at-enj ng
summer school Apply, glv'ng name and address, to
AH" this office 1874-tt
IF you have a house for rent, or went to rent
hojse.iallon , R IIINIIT, office with dulde
Publishing Co , Campbell Ulock, Atenhant stree.
Telephote Ataln tT4 t87-tf
OFFICES TOR RENT-In Brewer building, Queen
street, on reasonable terms Appl) to C Wetter
8t C o , Ltd, r i66i-inos
OrnCES TOR RFNT-Fou large rooms now
occupied by Maor Robinson aQuariermas(r s
officer In ProKrss H o k, will be 'or rent after June
10 The ro ms ulll be ren ed Inely or tn suit?.
Apply t C. S ct.ky, Progr Block 8 4-tt
PR RENT AnelehtronmCmtaKf All rrndern
Improvements Two ml u'es wa k fromTrm
way lniJlrea the M'nt or Pavt rite Saloon -8w t(
FOR SAL6-7 sectl ns of drop curtains foner
anda, new. fit anywhere. A klnson Room 8
Opportunity for Some Men
T te br sk selling of the past few weeks has played
such havoc with our lines of sizes in NEGLIGEE
SHIRTS, that we have decided this week to offer
you the entire lot at
Tlvjears not Inferior shirts not one of them.
1 hey are of tine Madras, solid colors, full size, per
fect fit. Look closely
good shirt alwais has, n)t one Is mlislng. What are thev worth?
It we said that they cost us double what we now ofterthem at, you would think
we were romancnn so we say ALMOST duuble. They really averaged us Jio.co
a dozen. But no matttr If you can find your size you are the gainer. We don't
promise that you will, but remember the sooner you (or your w Ife) can come In
the better the chance.
"Sliver" Brand Collars and Cut!.
WHITNEY t MARSH, U,TD.
FOR SALE-C1lRrJFhtr-wrl jr.rm 5!SOO
Apply Cn honjjlotron Druj d iJ.tfim
FOft SALE-Sunev In firt cUit veni tlun. AJ
6rt r J HulVtln oftiCf. ttu-iw
FOH SAI t!-A horse power Cngine ari $ilr)2
outfit In Rood coni'tlon On i 4-n wtrklr?
In Htkhcr i )rJ. Ofpoiiie HunuUlu Irjn Works
Kkiako , J tS-'-m.
STEAM LAUNCH TOR SALE-lh Taluli" at
h now ties in the hirhor. She I l nirly new
Mait. In perfect working order, anl his birn ot late
used In towlngatKuhuul Harbor W H l"j n.
COR SALE-Have uti receive! t it )frwt-J
necond hand SmlthPrmlerliri?.rltv, which
aie for sale or rent. An unusual thane ' sutln2
a food am cheap machine Washing n L jht Co.
FOR SALE House and lot on ICIpaj 'f-j (ieo
Prlc a8o). part casn. patx morViit. Aerh'
to Kukul street t?9iw
FOR SALE Six lots on Kapihurt Rul, Kalrnukl
Tract, cheap, oi the Installra-nt p 11 Apply
E ..melt May, Juid UuHdlng. iBi j-tf
FOR SALE Corner croctn' tore estibilstird for
oer twajetn, has larrt and kttx.l pitronaje
ror runqer particulars apply py m-111 nut p o p. t
COR SALE-At very low prices, in HlH iwn One
U r Riverside Hark, comm mdm the best view
A Outran nd fountain Mx loft al trcnt pj in
urr- in, c-mge occupy inj; mu lit ic 1 1 well
furnlihol. For naiiicjlars arnlyti A M Pjtimxin.
FOR SALE CHEAP Furniture nt uur xncutlist
with pnvllcct of renting cottji Rtrt 5-i x
Call at ij? Nuuanu St , In rear i),iiw
COR SALE A phaeton In excHlent n,tl in. cloth
1 lined Cost$jst new. For snleUttip Injulit
of Mrs W. C Weedon, Bingham St, ur tOim 3.
Model Block 8"tf
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAJI
J. G. IIKXRIQPES. PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance la orlored for
8Ef3 THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet tbo S. S. Maun a Loa
at Kallua and take pussongeri, overland
to Hookena, where the 3teaoir Is met
Henry R. Worthington
and Fort Streets.
TEL.. MAIN 106. '
Engineers and Builders of
High Duty Direct Auttn
and Crank and Fly Wheel
Pumping Engines. Elect
rically Driven P u in p s,
Power Pumps, CentrifuJl
Pumps and Water Meters.
Large stock of small pumps
on hand for all servL"e
This Is to notify the lmML la gen
eral that R. W. Sharp, formeily book
keeper in my employ hi.. reiUtied h'.s
position ot his own free will and loll
tlon, being succeeded bj S De-'ker. AH
his dealings with the fit tu U:i'e been
most business like in their Uli acter
W. V WRfuHT
Carriage Moaufj tuter
Pacific Heights Electric Railway.
Commencing today (June zjtlt all the
cirs on Pacific Heights Electric Railway
will vart from Nuuanu Aven.w Station
connecting with all Tiamwayj Can.
after the little thing that a
Jas. F. Morgan
n85 Queen 3treat
By order of N. A. Gonsahes, Ad
ministrator of the estate of A. C. Pes
tann. tleonAKerl. I will rpII nt Ytstsl ir
'Auction at my salesroom, C5 Queen
WEDNESDAY, JULY 24TH, AT 12
a fine residence lot on Maklkl street,
adjoining the residence of J. Ouder
kirk, K3q . and aboto tho resident e of
Mr. 'V. H. Hoogs.
The lot has a frontage of oier 14t
fett on JIakll.l stteet and Is 170 feet
I'topetty ii III be offered nt an upset,
pricu of Jj.OiiO.
Tetms CASH, deed at purchaser's
epciibe. salo subject to confirmation
by the Court.
Jas. F. Morgan.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH CXTRACTED 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 ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold ciowns and potcelaln
ciowns tindectcdablo from natural teeth
nnd wan-anted 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 nnd
in to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you in advance exactly what
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Gold Crowns Sf 00
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Silver Fillings ,rUc
Our name alone will bo a guarantee
that iour work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors, 7.
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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