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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H, TSATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1901.
E. 0. HALL & SON,
TEMPORARY BICYCLE DEPT; AND
and Juvenile Bicycles
per "8. 8. Slerrn."
Call and See Them.
Typewriters - Repaired.
All kinds of t ric ate Macnlne Work.
AND MACHINE CO.
SCHOENING & STEWART,
UNION STREET, NEAR HOTEL.
Phone Blue 721. P.O. Box IIS.
Several Valuable Pieces
By virtue of an Order Issued out el
tlio Circuit Court of the First Judicial
Circuit, Hon. (leorge I), (Jear. presld
Inp. In a catiso at Chainbeis entitled
Ailelnldu Senile! ot nl. versus Josep'i
Clarke ft ni.. Equity Division, Number
1208, the undersigned will sell nt Pub
lic Auction .o the highest Imlilcr, mil
Jed co tonflrniatlon by said Court.
ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 14, 1901,
At 12 O'clock Noon,
At the matika entrance to the Judici
ary Ilulliung, .u said Honolulu. Oaliu,
the following described lands and the
improvements thereon, to wit:
1. That certain pleco or parcel of
land situate nn the N. E. corner or
KlngKnd Puncnbowl Streets. In Hono
lulu, Oaliu, Territory or Hawaii, and
hounded and described ns tollows: ,
Commencing at North comer nn,l
South 2U" East 75 links along Ken
Sniitn IS" 20' West 3SU links nlou,;
llnn.i Hmilillo's; thence
Noitn !7 West 37 nnks along King
Nort.. 4d East 342 links along
Punchbowl street; thence to place ol
commencement, area l-5 acre, Tim
sumo being R. '. oi05 oi L. C. A. 211
to Honokaiipu, aim lietng the sni.ie
conveyed to tho said Joseph l.azaius
by Mis. if. K. Fyfo and I). K. Fyr..,
her liusband, as per deed dated .'jv.
3id, 1SS3, and iccorded In Liber 8!,
2. Royal Patent Grant Number 3.1m;.
That ceilaln pieco or parcel or land
situate at the bouth Slope or Piinrh
bowl Hill, Honolulu, Island or O.ibu,
and described as lollows: Lot No. 5DJ,
lleglnnlg at a point on mauka sldo
or Klnau Street and 200 tt. Westerly
rrom Iron pin at West angle or lloatd
man s premises, thcni o Jio hoiintlirv
I nut hy-rn beatings:
N. 21 12' E. 20 tt,, along lots SllJ
s;',81 31' W. 115 5-100 along Linn
S. 21 12' W. 229 along Lot 501:
S. 8 48' E. 100 along Klnau St. to
Aiea 25750 sq. .
2. Two lots No. 117 and No. US on
lleiftaiila Stieet, being lots or parens
of.land described In Royal Patent No.
284. nnd described ns rollows:
Commencing ut , t lie makal South
roiiier'nri"Ut No. 11 IT. MetcalfV)
South 78 15' East 200 ft. along mau
ka btieet to West coruor of Lot No.
119 (K. li Rowlln's), thence
North 11 4b' East 150 ft. along Lot
No. 119 to Its mauKu North iurner,
North 78" 15' West 200 It. to roni-ik.
E. corner of Lot No. 110, thenco
South 11 45 West 150 tt. along Lot
No. 11C to place of commencement,
containing 833 fathoms and .12 ft. maro
en' less. Less what has since been
deeded to tho wife. (This lot Is on tin
WalklKI side o. lot now occupied liy
Mrs. A. I.. King.
4. That certain piece or paicel o.
land Bi-ua o at the mauka coiner or
Punchbowl and Palaco Walk Street,
In Haul Honolulu, described as rol
. lApana 1. Commencing nt a point on
Punchbowi Stieet, being North corner
or Pa.ace Walk and Punchbowl Street
wi.ich Is tho South W'est corner or this
North 43" East 9.G chains along
Punchbowl street; thenco
Noith 14 West 3.17 chains along lot
of Kelllahonul; thenco
South 37" West 1.09 chains alourf
government to Palaco Walk along lit
l.-.EHOUJVTU., MMN tt,
orrir.ETiL, MAIN U
of French; thonco along same to place
of commencement. Area 1 rood 10
porches R. 1 No. -.o!4 L. c. A. 278 ti
S. That pleco or parcel of land at
the West corner of MaunaKca and Pu
uahl Streets. Lot "U" and Lot "C".
Beginning at a point on Lie North
Went side of Mnunnkea Street 35.0
feet makal of the corner of Pauahi
Street and running
S. 57" K)' V. True 61.5 ft. along Mu
N. 32 St)' N. True 42.0 . along Ma
lta Kahal lot.
N. 57 10 E. 'Irue C2.0 ft. along
S. 32" 22' E. True 42.0 ft. along Fire
Department lot to the Initial point and
containing nn area ot 25:, square feet.
Tills lot Is leased to Lau Cnong at :'.
per month, which lease will expire on
., '. ,. , , . . . i Japanese and 115 Chinese.
fi. Also the undivided Interest of fho I Krom 8an tranclsco. per S. 8. Mnrl
late Joseph Lazarus in and to thojo posa August 1G. 8. T. Alexander,
certain pieces or parcels of land situ- Kuv Fntncr S. Darbe. . G. Barnwell,
ated In tho D.stnct or liana, island or , Mrs. narnwell. C. T. lllrd, Miss N.
Maul, descilbed as follows: Cnrr Mgg K M Cn0(;1i c, n, ciapy.
1. That certain piece situate at Iu- j.:- J Cott0Ili K. t, Davis. I). K. Den
politic and conveyed to G. Kcnkaulalwl Mf.hi Mra- l)enMf.x haml cMUl. P. H.
niici J. .vlliaita by deed recorded n the Do(ge. Mr. Douge, Rev. Father W.
eg ster of Dee.ls In Honolulu In Dutchlng. Mrs. A. Eldredge, Ira Es
Rook S on pages 3u4 and 35 j an 1 )teni Mr8, R. Glllam. P. K. Gordon,
acquired 71 acres. Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. C. A. Graham and
z. wini portion or tne ,Miupuaa o:
Nuolea conveyed to said O. Keakau
lalwl and J. Klliaka by tleed recorded
In said Register Rook 78 on pages 351
and 354, area acquired 25 acies.
3. ihat portion or the llialnn of Kor
II conveyed to said G. Keakaulalwt and
J. Klliaka by t-eetl recorded In said
Register In Hook 78 on pages 352 and
353, area acquired 21 acres.
All of said pieces of land being the
same that were conveyed to Joscpn
Lnzarus by I). Toomey by deed dntcti
April G, 189G. and recorded In llooiC
158 on page 298, and now under lea.ii
to the iiamoa Plantation, said lease to
expjrt on March 19, 19T)4.
Terms or sale aro cash in u. S. Uoll
coin, that ten (1ft' ) per cent of th-i
amount bo paid on tlio dny of sale, and
tieetis at expense oi purchasers, l or
further pai-i.culars, enquire or tho un
dersigned nt his olllcu. In said. Judici
ary Untitling. '
Dated Honolulu, Oaliu, August 15,
1901. j. A. THOMPSON.
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SURQtON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Threat Exclusively
REMOVED to new ofllce. 1140 Alu
kea Street, opp. tiawallan Hotel.
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 9 to 11.
I h:reby give public notice That aty
powers a trustee jor attonievin-uc. given
by me to G'oiRe A. UavU, Esq , are nele
dv levoKeu ..
Honolulu, Aug. 15th, tool. ioi8-2t
"Aloha llrant.li," T. S., every Satur
day, 7:30 p. in., Ariou Hull, back of
Opera House. Lending library. In
formation P. O. Uox 551, or 314 Fort
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND B0..D BROKE S
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUOI) BUILDING
x. mine .'Workers fA,yoR.
Indianapolis, Aug, 10. The execu
tive hoard of tho United Mine Workern
of America in session here has official-
1) leeognlzed tho-stel t-trlke. At noun
11 iCbblutlon setting out tho causes of
the strike, cndorslni the uctlon of the
Amalgamated Association, pledging the
suppoit of tho mlno workeis and call
ing on President Gorripers to call a
meeting of tho presidents and secin
turles of all bodies connected with tho
American Federation of Lubor, to met',
and devlso plans for aiding the strik
ers was adopted, Copies wero sent
to Presidents Shaffer and Gompers.
Friday, August 111.
T. K. K. Amcrlia Maru, Going, from
O. S. S. Mariposa, Rennlc, from San
Saturday,, August 17.
Sth. Eclipse, Townsend, from Koiu
Str. Klnau, Freeman, from ullo an I
Sch. -uka, from i'aaiillo.
Str. J. A. Cummins, Scarlo, from Oaa t
Friday, August 1G.
Am. hark St. James, 'inpley, for tlw
Am. ship Ilccla, Nelson, for tho
Str, Kcauhou, Moshcr, for Anahola,
Str. Kauai, Ilruhn, for Lahalna, Kai
napall, Honokna nnd Kukiilhaelc.
Saturday, August 17.
Am. sch. O. M. Kellogg, ror thP
T. K. K. America Maru. for the Ori
ent. PASSENGERS ARRIVED.
From Ullo and way ports, per Sir.
Klnau. ug. 17. Col. W. II. Cornwcll,
Dr. P. F. Frear ano wile, Mrs. Dr, J. S
Mr-Draw. ..! .itmiil tlpllotte. C. ('..
Kennedy. A. Gartlcy, Miss Van Gleson,
L. M. Whltcouso and wife. Mrs. M.
Orothccr, MIsb R. Schubert. Miss A.
V. Napthaly, Mrs. 1. r. Farhell. John
I). Waldron. Miss C. V. Neibel, Miss 3.
A. Smith, Miss A. ruce, Mrs. Keoh
kalole, I.. N. Van Gleson. K. Tanlguchl,
S. Knuton .and wife, O. Gellctte. Maul,
llranco. Miss 11. Fleon. Capt. R. An
drews. O. Froboose. O. K. onso. Aug.
Searro, J. .'. Rich, Capt. '1 nos. Clark,
T. S. McKay, A. Renton, Mrs. T. Hub
sey nnd child, E. K. . llussey, Miss
L. Cameron, Miss C. Cameron. .
Cameron, C. K. Stlllman. T. E. Rlci
ardson, E. Osborne, Geo. Paris, V. Fer
nandez, Joe Uurklnsiiaw, Peter Kcal.t
kalhonua. Mrs. Wallace, Mrs. Neau,
Mrs. Keluln, Miss C. Waluer. Miss O
Render, Mrs. H. .1. Danford, child and
servant, Mrs. J. W. Robertson, L. It.
Crook, Geo, Wrlgnt, V. Rogers and
wire, A. A. Uraymer, VV. It. Carroll.
F. P. Waterhousc, wile, two children
and servant. U. Clark, in See Sako
and 1)7 on deck.
From San Francisco, per 8. S.
America Maru, August lfi. For Hono
lulu: D. J. Wallace. C. II. C. Moller.
U n r.jiol.. In T-nn.t, trtv Phnrlnj
Bishop. F. Deardorf. W. L. Franklin. '
Mrs. V L rrank.ln. M... U 'i I
Frencn, F. Hansen, Miss E. P. Hughes
Mrs. E. P. Mllllken. Miss H. P. -MIIII-1
ken, Miss T, Matanl, Mrs. J. M. Mr-
Cnrtee, Mrs. S. Nlwn. J. Shioka. Mis, !
II Vvrhiff Urn. VV. M. ltnrritt. MIru
M. II HArr..lt. llev. W. M. lllnlr. Ml I
M. Henry, Rev. E. H. Miller, P. Otth-
sen, J. II. Dugan, Rev. li. M. uardner, I
Mrs. G. M. Gardner and six children,
L. Harrison, Mrs. L. Hopkins, Mrs. L.
Lewis, A. II. Miller, Archdeacon J. R
Woir, Mrs. J. R. Wolr, Miss A. 'oir,
L. IJnsch, .irs. L. Evans. A. G. Fleli,
J. Israel. 8 Jacobs, W. D. Kraft. Mrs,
W. D. ..raft nnd daughter, Ed .Mathle,
Mrs. Nellie Robinson, I). C. Randall,
Dr. Wm. Tart, Jr. Steerage Ten Eu-
roean nt'eerage; Asiatic steerage, 31
two chnbren. Graham 11. Harris, Mrs.
Harris, Miss O. Harris, Miss M. Irwl,
W. I). Klncald, D. C. I.lndsoy, V. Lu
cas, C. J. Ludwlgsen. Mrs. M. Mahluin
and Inrnnt. Miss Malilum, Miss N. Mo
Lain. Miss C. Mead. Fred R. Merchant.
Miss K. Nielsen. Miss G. Power, J. C.
Qutnn, Rev. rather M, Haepsaet, itev.
Father R. Roche, idlss ,M. II. Rose. W.
V. Sanborn. C. Seen, F. O. h'ykes, Mi.
Sykes, A. II. Wagner. E. Wolff.
ALL MEN OLLED OUT
Pittsburg, Aug. G. After weeks of
preliminary skirmishing tho great bat
tle between tho gigantic steel trust
and the thousands of men marshaled
under the hanners'of the Amalgamated
Association of Iron, Steel nnd Tin
Workers is fairly on, The long-talked
ot general strike order was Issued by
President Shaffer this evening, to taka
errect nRer the last, turn of the mills
on August 10th. What tho result will
be no man ran foretell, hut, judging
by the expressed determination of both
parties to tho contiovorsy, the battle
will ho waged to tho ery last ditch.
Much money will he lost, thousands
upon thousands of men will be Idle,
great suffering Is looked for nnd even
bloodshed and death are possible an!
The strlko call Includes practically
ull Amalgamated men In tho United
States Steel Corporation's employ ncjjt
now on strike. It was Issued fiom the
Amalgamated Association hrndqtinit-
ers and mailed to all Amalgamated
lodge oincois who aie expected to tall
their men Into tho btrlke. '
The order of Piesldent Shaffer Is ex'
pected to swell the number of Idle men
to over lou.ouu at theiend or tho ween
Piesldrnt Shaffer wns nsked If the or
der was Intended to go to the union
men In the Carneglo Steel Company.
He said that he answered no questions
on that bcore. The Amalgamated As
sociation has lodges In tho upper and
lower union mills of tho Carneglo Steel
Company, nnd a foothold In tho Home
stead, Duqucsno and Ilraddock, mines
of tho great bulwark of non-unionism.
In conformity to statements that have
been made by President Shaffer be
fore, these men w 111 bo expected to Join
the strike, as will all Amalgamated
men and sympathizers In all plantswt
tho United States Steel Corporations
'Mrs, Clancy (bashfully) My hus
band was wan o' tho pall beaters) at
Callahan's funeral. '
Mrs. Casey (spitefully) Aye! An'
well nttel fur the Job he wns. He'fc
used to carryln' the bier that some one
Ilea pas fur, Philadelphia Press,
Clarence Why'do you say the wed
ding was patriotic?
Algernon Well, tho bride was red
the groom was white, and her father,
who had all the bills to pay. was blue.
X. -f rW,
K-K.T K TVT-f-NCT
VV -JLX A o.
Aitf. in litis column trill l,t mitrtril
nt 15 ctitt a lint out innrrthn ; 25
vtnli ticu inKrliom; SO ctiiU out wttk; 40
ctuli tieo icttlt, anil CO crnli unt month.
Thit it Hit clienixrt aditrliiing ti tr ufftrtd
the Jieoplf of llunohlil.
IAMES POWELL fornur watti ItnJtr Inr vl
J Lit son Into th tut butinrss. Can b found
til ffOnt ntO 111. boat bUSIH.SS. Can be found
" "" .Tr. J'''","
Hon given to tine wa-ch ttpiiiing. igis-im
lOIIN MALEY-.pilr'nV.nJrollM"ir. H..
u w.iian kuu cit-nfi. ftin. ni cucmnui
'Jj'j "TlL'Zr" "" """
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RMI'LOYERS NJnE Rel H.lp rt(HW Tin
M.eoon Hmuinir. Mticiuni nrwi
BRUNSWICK OYSTnK AND CHOP
House hai ic-rnrJ unJer new miniKemfnt
SIJ. Manager. Ittfmefly of King tre'. to 6-tf
IF YUU IIAVH a houe tor rent or want to rent a
boue. fee A. R. Ulndt. Collecilon!,caretullv
at'enJed to and promptly lemltiel, Office ni Kia-
numanu tlreet I8jttl
NuTlOE The cronnds of the Alexander Youne ,
BullJIne;, and the private ttreet to t. kn,wn as 1
tllihop street, are closed to the pur-Hr until further
noilie ISIOMl)) WM. MLTCil.
l8t!-imo Supt. Alexander Young Bid.
NOl ICE TO HblLDbRS Th. Union txpr.i. Co.
hat WHITE SAND FOR SALE mltf
WANTED-1 hree olkl (Iris, to toa'd, and
room, at tois Pun.hb iwl . t., le ms very rea
sonable, lu o-iw
iO LOAN' li"o f r short time, on approve. tfl
I l.reral, AJJrcss M., Boxiw igriw
tlIDOWatwork, a ti white woman houke-ktpi-r
vv care of tw ch IJren, s ate waces. AdJreii
Mri'. C. (lor Jon, . O. Hi x n.
fair salary and easy
ft VER for light waron m ist know Cltv.
SALLSLAL fur dry coods, experience unnec
cessary, oici fo Jl.ht housework.
M'Pdi-d COUi'tE for pr.vate family.
STAHLE nuv and fnarhtnan rtlvata cl -.
SELE T EMi'ijgtMtNT OrFK.fc Maroon BulMine,
Merchant and Alakea Sts.
X ANTED- Younf marrlei couple desires i to t
room (with bath) furnished liouke. near center
of town. It possible, would a r ranee to occupy for a
er or more AdJress. "Doctor, H.
WANTED A mslilon as cletk or bookkeeper by
an American ji jearsofaee. 6 ears expe
rience. Will accept small salary to tejln with'. Ad-
dress Walter Erwlnihls office
llANTEP IJy a cenileman, board nl wvll turn
vv Ivhed room In private family. No luncheori,
ANTFL-Frti-dass dear makeri.
J jvitlte, r-on ttrttrt.
WANTED unatl furnUhed cottage or rimm hv
a t-nut le utthnut chHJrcn Siaii mice U. 5.
(Dullft.n office ) ign-tl
1AN TtD-WeH broken hoe, ueleht about roja
vv lb. Ay tn stated canopy top spring wag
on. (ilve price and full Jeicrlptlon. Bulletin office.
A CHINESE COOK desires position In cwd fern
'" liy Is ciiuiious, honest and faithful, exceptional
reft-renCi-H. AJJiess.AhC.hcny. thl-i oftlce. UM
WANTED-P'rmer In Chicken Ranch. Addresi
Minorca I'earl City, igoB-imo
W ANTED To SELL Diamond andOi'ALRthQS.
vv In the latest styles. Watches repaired by a
tmeler of j years experience, G. DIETZ, t-ort St..
near Hotel. 1808-if
ROOM AND BOARD.
ROOM AND DOARD-Flrst class table board by
the day or weik. Breakfast from 6.J" t 8;
Dinner, ix to i : Supper, 6 lo ? Alsi furnished room!.
wlit) or without htard. 39 Beretanla !t , between
Fort and Nuuanu. njiT'imo
RUOMSAND BOARD, newly and nicely furnished
mosiiultjp'nof, electtlc llf tits , also best table
board obtainable Special opening rates, rooms
$1 jo, h ard $5 per week, Helen's Court, adjoining
ft he Building, on Adam's Lane, off HJH street.
Telephone, White 146 1, ion- mo
THE LANGTJN, Klnt St., neir South, nicely lurn-
Hhed rooms, and dlnln? room in connection Mltrt
UnJer nianagement of Mrs. H
TO LET Cottace, six rooms and bath Wst loca
I tlon In Honulu u No. i Cott.ee Grutr, K.eie
street 1010 tt
FOW RENT I'our rooms tnrnlshed or unfurnished
or tu nlturt for .ale iheap, fim vie. Inolre ma
kal Walklkl, corntr Hackleld k Spencer. i i.6-iw
FOR RENT Mowiullo proof room, sullafle apart
ment for !!i;rit hnusekeepliff. cool ard tte.ltny.
Enquire at cor, of Wilder and IVnsacola Sis its-w
TO LET Mosqulto-proof r cm, lor gentleman, 60
II Cottage Walk. School St. loio-tf
TO LET Nicely furnished and atty rooms at the
Elite, 164 Hotel street louo-jmo
COR RENT-Nlc New Cottages of four ronms.
kitchen and bath. King street Kapalama, Sto.00
and Ji.oe per month Irqulrc 116 Fort St., Room
,8, above First National Bank, P, E. R. Strauch.
rO LET Nice six-room cottare, on Lunalllo, near
I Pensacola street, Emmrtt May, Judd building.
TO LET 5eft n House, well furnished rooms wi
board. Young St , near I'llkol Sq.-ii
1T Six room cottaze. next to Mormon
church, porcellan bath patent w C. etc Rent
Apply m A (j. Cunia1
fO LET Two front looms
No. u Garden Lane.
, . ns-tr
A COT rAOI: TO LET Five roomOusi oil Walkl
1 kl Road Immediate possession Ktnt tjoo
a month, Apply Tramway OH Ice, I'unahou.
If you bave a houw tor rent, or want to rent a
house, rail on A R. HINDI, office with (iulde
Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Men hant street.
Telephone Main ). ilivtt
OFFICES (OR RENT-In Brewer bulldlnjr, Oueen
street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C hrewer
tV Co , Ltd, i8t-'mos
.w t , y .
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALb-Th "TituU" is
thf no lfe In th hJtbor. She It t neiily new
bOl. In pcrfe workinu nrJer. n4 hit ten ol Ule
um4 In tnwlnf at Kahulul Hifbor. W. H. Hi in.
;OR SALE-CillffrApntipi-wrlter.prlct 325.00.
Apply C En C tiun Hobrnn Drug Co. i8jftim
PR iALE Furniture nf isur ro m cottat. Apply
Jt O. I Stevens, Pllkol, one Mock Mikilof
COR SALE- At very low price. In Ullo town One
lot Jt Riversiie Hark, com man J In the best view
of O'ein nl Mountiltt. &U lots, ill Inmtlnf tt.
street ne i-ittiic occupying mliJIe lot and well
lurnuh-1, F-k parUcalirs apply to A, M. Potemktn,
FOR SALC-Lot In McCuCy Tract. 190x90, foo
Tlire Lits in ICapahulu, to.to t, (t Sui
Lnt on Bereianii it, ijctjj Juii x Cinipany,
OWcr. No )7StJnsenwi!4 UullJlng Tet. Main
bjj. I O. Bubo?. i)iotr
FOR SALE Citnr grocery store establlhe4 for
tivtf fwo yrs, hJilare and duoj patronage.
For rutttw pir.Lu ars apply by mail, Hllo. p o b. to.
COR SALE-Sli lotion Kapahulu RoaJ. Kalmukl
Xr't cheap, on the Imiallment plan. Apply
cmrtifTi njy j jja ounaing. xatj u
FCU NO -On ttte pcmises ot J. W. Abernathy
SaturJar a dark horse. Owner can have same
iy paj.riR alt vYDvntts. Apply rear the iVormon
Ciui-H I'jnttir-ml iret. ioumw
ONE NIGHT ONLY
G.aborate Production of the
FRONTIER - DRAMA
JESSE JAMES' OATD
YOUTHS' DRAMATIC CLUB.
3 ) Oftke open All Day Saturday.
A lact'stl Show for Your Money.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
T EDWARD tOLLITZ
Mmtiji' Stock unci lioncl
Edward PoIIiiz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and gale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
40!t Ciilifornlii St..
San l-rnnctHco, Cut.
W. C. ACHI& CO.
Brokers & Dealer
Wo will Buy or Sell Real Estate lb
all parts of the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
OFFICE, 10 West King Sthp'1
253 MERCHANT STREET.
in Town and Subuibs,
HOUSES TO LET.
A. J. Campbell,
.SttKk unit llond lirokcr.
Mombor ot Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Office Queen Street, Opposite Union
Jas. F. Morgan
11 65 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
No More DreaJ
of the Dental Chai
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLET)
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums, No sleep-producing agents or
Theso are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES anil Ingredients to extract. All
nnd apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecablo from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by QRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years experience, ana
each department In charge of a Special
ist, Give us a call, and you win nna
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advanco exactly what
your work will cost by a i'UEE E.
Ret Teeth $5 00
Gold Crowns 85.00
Gold Fillings SI.OO
Silver Fillings ouc
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will bo ot the best.
New York Dental Parloii
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
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