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E. 0. HALL & SON
TEMPORARY BICYCLE DEPT. AND
OFFICES OVER HAWAIIAN TRUST CO.
and Juvenile Bicycles
per "8. 8. Sierra."
Call and See Them.
Typewriters - Repaired.
All kinds of trie ate Macnine Work.
AND MACHINE CO.
SCHOENING & STEWART,
UNION STRUCT, MiAR HOTEL.
Phone Blue 7UI. P.O. Box 112.
Jnn Gerard) the vorld'o preate'
I1Iuk Volllst Is coming to Hunnlnlii
ami. on Thurnda). August "' nmlc
lovers will have a tl line to he.u th'
"The "Wizard of the Cillo" as -.on o
of his irltlis have callel Mr (Itranh-.
Ii one of the most remarkable flgm"!
in the world of music. Horn In I.elkc.
Ilclgiilm, twent-tiiire jeais ago, ho
d.-rlMi! n talent for nielbdv from Ills
father, who was rumour himself In a
city noted for having cradled mutii score of 5 to 3. The score b Innlnga trntlon. The defendant was remanded
senilis of the concert stage. He wai In these two games was as follows: I to th custody of tho marshal and or
a pupil to both Uellmann the lead?. I 12 3 4 5 6 7 dtred deported to China. The declaim
of the Heckmann Quaitet and Massau. "Tlstr 3 0 4 2 0 0 4 13 settles the fa'e of all Chinese who were
now macter of the ronservatnrj of Uulletln 2 3 14 0 0 010 absent from the Islan Is June 14. 1900
. f.f..i r.....i. .!. ..l.t... 1 1 o n 1 T C nntl uhn tn .ml In rotlirn 111 tlmn tn
UTtitlP, DC-iKiiiiN. ii- anij, in." vi-i--i,
n n i.mr.Miir iii tim .pI2p riniirn.i.
torj of Music, nnd the education be-
timed on li's son was most carefully i
planned and vigorously prose. utul fo.-
In his evtten.e )outh he had given cvl-
deuce of genius of exceptional Kind
It was as n mere boj of eleven jvnr
when he began his career as a eoncit
vlollncelllst, nnd tn less than a y :u
Iiter France and Spain heaid him with
much admiration, that he was at-
tlalmed the most wonderful genius In
tubjro In his time. Upon his drst an-
peantnee In London. n the t'rjstal
Palace. I'aderewskl. desiring to show
his high appreciation of Gerardy's
feulus, plaed his piano auorapanl-,
nient a rare tilbute fiom one great
artist to another. He then went to1
Oermanj. appearing Hist In lleilln
with Hans Von llulow and In the lead- j
fnu- .Iti.u ., Itli tt.n l.lilll.ni nwinln Q-
rletles s the til fat iioilh wl.o ever
jieifoimed on the violoncello he made
a phenomenal muccss. In Vienna he
appeared with Hlehter, nnd the Phil
harmonic Hoclet theie nvwuded him a
diploma He was eullel the "Sarasato
nl tho 'Cello." After tours In Italy,
Rermany. Russia and England ho
a no ntrnirn,t fnt- fin Ammlnn cnnttnti I
hero his Euioptan successes vveie re
pented. Indeed, In England nnd Amer
Jnt Ociaidy Is lionized. Since then he
lias visited all the gieat capitals ot
Europe, and his skill has developed
rapidly with Ills .vears, until todny, at
the age of 23 jears, hu Is said to stand
nlono as the only great mnster of tho
'Cello " What Ysaje Ir with the vlo-
Iln, Oerard) Is with the 'icllo, ' writes
one of his American ciltUs. 'ills tone
Is puro ucjond cmnpailaoii. his bowing
Is large, free and giaeeful, and his
rtlo equally chaste and wnim Therol
is nothing In him of the mere virtuoso.
The Instinctive nitlse with his deep
rented feeling and 'lis strong Indi
vidually Is stamped Indellblv on
rvery movement of his woik. HI?. left
hand his been considered astound
ing by masters for lis flcclblllty and
prcLlslon, the futility with whlth It
triumphs over the most trjlng dlulcul
tles of tho Instrument." '
AT MURPHY HALL.
Itepresentntlve Ileckley and I'ather
Valentin wero tho chief tntertnlueis
8aturday night at tho l'raucis Mil'
phy Hall, Father Valentin sang thn
"Holy City," which was rendered wltn
such excellence) that ho was vvarml
encored. He responded 'With a cnilsi
mas enrol In Krench. With Leon Sa
tiate ho sau a duet. A choir of sU
I'alnma bos, under tho gill Innee of
Moses Nnkulun, also sang.
Represcntatlvo Ileckley wub Intio
(luted by I'leulilent 1 rankliu Austin.
He undo nu eloquent addiess 111
ulil tho Hawaiian peoplo nre not ua
ti.ir.lly an IntempeintH rnt bu' luvo
Ik en tailly Inlluenced by hmoi lutein
Ho (onunended tho woik ot th 1'iun
ls Murphy tlubs
rraneia Murphy will nulvo heio
SuW'iiliu-s In tho I.n.l.KTJX
not ucciviiif,' tlii'ir juificid piuinptly
will wnifiT n favor by notif.yiiii; the
3tusiiit'6s OHU'u; Telephone 2.pit5.
i iiinmfiiriHiiiariliBTrtV1' ""r
OfM fcUL, MMN J4
'I here wcie three g8TU3 cf bisi'lull
iitmd.i) afternoon, all of v.hl'-.'i go'x
to show that the Iliillpf'i contost has
awakened .in Interest In tho gam" new
er felt In the Islands hnrgtofoie. 1'1.
' (list game was between the U liletln
'and Advertiser teams nu th3 Mi'kiM
giounds. 'I he result was a vl.'tor for
the latter by a score of 1" to !0. I'nc
tec nnd game between tin E. O. Hn'! tt
S'iu's and Custom Housa team., and tho
lesult was a victory for tho hiiie ly n
i M m -i w w
'pnstnma 0 12 2 0 05
E. O. Halls 1 1000 1 J
xi, i1M, .., of the dav was nlased
on tlie 0ahll college grounds between '
the Capitol and Judiciary building
sluggers. It was not thought that tho
bojs would put up n very good game
but In this, the people were mistaken.
The game was brimful of Interest from
start to finish. There were in me
nt.is,i,orhood of two hundred people
ol to Bec the gamc aml tne mn,i fur.
n810ll svy migc for the occasion-.
Tlic summary of the game as prepared
l)y Ulc omcaj BCOrer Is as follows:
AU ". U. O. A. E.
cf nn,i " 3
C. D.1V tOtl, C ,. .. 4
Lemon, p 0
Cummins, ss J
Treadwaj, ss 2
Kuplhca, rf 2
Ktlllke. If, cf 3
Kaauol, 2b 5
Wcolwaid, 3b, ..3
, .. 10 12 11 8 27 19
AD.n. 11. H.O,
Q, I.ncus, ss. ..
Ajlett, e. 1
Lewis, c 4
a. I'errj, lb -4
.aime, If E
Ucckley, if S
Kopa, p. ..
L'uso hits ,
llase hits ,
44 11 2 27 21 10
1 0 0 1 G 1 0 0 112
2 0 113 0 0 1 311
022 0 1000 19
0 0 I 0 3 1 1 0 011
Earned Runs Capitol, 2; Judlelarj,
I Thiee Rase Hit Lewis;
hits, A I'eriy and Kaanol,
on Errors Capitol, 3,
Uasc on Halls Ry Lemon. 4; by
Left on liases Capitol, 11; Judiciary
Hit by Pitcher Chllllngworth and
Struck Out Hy Lemon, 7; by Kopa,
Double Play Mahelona (nlone).
Passed Halls Dayton, 3; Low Is 3,
Wild Pitches Ily Lemon 2, by Ko-
I Umplies C P Chllllugworth and A
"Marian, ou have a hole us big nsfa
quarter In the heel of jour stocking","
said an Indianapolis mother to her lit
tle flve-jenr-old daughter ono evening
lectntl) "Mamma, jou txuggtrate
fo" leplled the little one "That hole
Isn't bigger than IB cents."
F11..J Job Printing at (he Bui-
ammiYU " rm rtLMiU'b
Weather llureau, l'unalioii, August
15. Temperature Morning mini
mini, TO; Midday maximum, XS
liarmncter at 9 a. m. 30.01. Klslng.
Dew Point 71.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 71 per cent.
Diamond Head Slgn&l Station. Au
jaist 19. Weather lia.y; wind Irene
Saturday, August 17.
Str. Lehua, Nnnala, Irom Molokal.
Sunday, August IS.
Am. up. Wn, II. Smith, Colley, 17
da)B from inioma.
Str. V. (1. Hall, from Kauai.
Str. Claudlnc, Parhor. Irom Maul
Sch. KnnlKenoiill, from Hawaii.
Sill. Ada, Irom Kauai.
Monday, August 19.
U. S. S. Lolnte. Wlnslovv. from
Sch. Twilight, from Kauai ports.
T. K. K. Hongkong Mam, Orecn,
from tuo Orient.
Saturday, August 17.
Am. sch. O. M. Kellogg, for til
taunday, August 18.
Str. Koeau. W)inan, from Kallua.
S. S. Mariposa for San Krnnclsen.
at 5 p. m.
I'rom Knual ports, per Str. V. G
Hall. August 18. Miss Evvart, Miss
Uavls. Miss Center, Miss llartvvcll.
Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. Center, Modeller.
W. K. Love, Mr. llrusch, Mr. Ilaugh.
L. II. Dee. Master A. Dee, W. Ji.
Wright, Mrs. Wright, A. 8. Wilcox. O.
N. Wilcox, Miss K. Keulkl. Mrs. How.
crs. Miss Smith, .Mrs. (loodhue. Mr.
Ilofgaard, Mr. Hutchinson. Messrs. I.
Ilamano, Afoo, E. Coltou. Neole-.
Miss Kol.a, .Mrs. 'loshl. Master Maho
loua, Messrs. Turnbull, llusn, Koda
net, Mrs. N. Mahelona,, Miss I.. AM t,
C. H. lllshop and CO deck.
For Ban Francisco, per O. S. S.
Mariposa, nttgust .. A. Scott anil
wife. Miss u. .1. Kelley, Miss W. M
Davis, Mrs. Paymaster i'hlllips and
daughter, Mrs. Saueedo, Mrs. Davit
W, II. lloogs and tuo b0)s, II. A. Ist-n-berg.
O. W. Lubke, Miss Kllllan. N.
Dufflcy. Mrs. H. Covvcs. A. O. Qe'.i.
A. A. nramer, Mrs. S. 11. Kay. Us
bon Sthwltzer. C. .. Ulrd, J. McOnf
crn, A. H. Ilaldwln. C. D. Vincent. A.
Young and wife. Mrs. C. C.Von Hamm,
I. Rosenberg, J. I.ando, O. N. Wllcov
J. L. McLean. A. L. C. Cimppbidl,
Mrs. 1 11 Keer and daughter, F. J
Do)U J. W. Fniwcll.
Judge Esteo made a decision tl'ia
i tnorlilng In the deportation case ."
Young Ho, a Chinese laboier, born in
the Hawaiian Islands, but absent from
ihc country during the period of legh
...... ... .H..LU . . ..... .-
reKlster before Chamberlain's, bookii
closed on the nlghl ot June 13, 1901.
It seems that the defendant Is from
one of t"e 0,llcr Islands for upon being
sentenced to pay a fine of 2 and costs,
"e malle "le reat lual !'" '""
th cother Islands como to Honolulu to
spend their mono nod the police throw
"iem In Jail.
JOHNSON WAS DRUNK.
C. A, Johnson was one of the innm-t
on the calendar of thn Police Court to
day and drunkcnnc.j was the ehaige
Defendant pleaded not gulltv md mid
that ho had been am-stPil without
cause. TIih action wax un'i'.ful and
Deputy Sheriff Cnllllugworlh t ink
tho witness stand and stated that the
man was arrested S.itii'd.iy ulht. Th?
buckman slated at IIh lime the w had
, li.l t. flnil mt llfk-.. tliA lit... lit ml I
..... . i ..... .,, ... . t,,.t .,.,.., ,..1M,
ut wis unable m tn do on aecoutifof
nu condition, lliu unn via tctveu a
(hiimt. to go homo but the fi.lowiAouli;
'1 he defendant stalled Into tu.v Mme
thing about th "kamka" duver of the
Jbi'k vhen ho nu fitopiuil In full
i fnrf)il lit lnHirn Wit. iw it 1vi c till
i nivvi j w fa i- if iilms iiiiu n.i'H
That 'kanaka' batk crhcr Is is good
H man as vnu are. Ilcldei that, he la
n, brand pew American, v.hilc jou nr?
nn old worn out one.' At this point,
Johnson brcame profane but stopped
just In time to save himself a nunibci
of hours In thn "cooler.''
In tho Police Court this fort noon.
Autono do Mello, tho driver who ran
Ills lumber wngnn Into Mrs. T. MtCants
Btevv art's phaeton tho other lay vva
found guilty nnd sentence;! to pay o
fine of $-J nnd costs.
ATTENTION, NATIVE SONS
A meeting of Native Sons of tho
(ioldon West will tnko plaeu tu Mil,'
phy Hall, Wnverly Illock, on Rothol
street. ..lONDA night, nt (;3D
o'clock. August 19th. lltol. for tha
purpose of celebrating Admission
Day, September Dtli.
1 U20-1 1 Chairman.
DRINK KOMEL SODA
NothliifV like It to sntlHiy the
tlili'Kt. It'H hu rcfresltlnij too.
Ciit-liuniitcd only hy the I I
Consolidated Soda Water
Sole Agents for the Territory of Hawaii
Office anJ Works Cor. port and Allen
Telephone, Main 71
Jm IN IT ON
We hac numbered the pictures nt random from No. 1 to No. 10n. We have also prepared one hundred
coupons correspondingly numbered. To ovory mil chaser of goods to the amount of one dollar or over will
bo glen one of these coupons, which ma b- esrhanged between Monday, August 2Cth, and Satuiday, An ,.(
31, for the picture bearing tho corresponds Lumber.
It Is plain that there can bo no uiifatrtin about this method of distribution. Every picture nnd every
coupon hns n printed number, which cannot b effaced or nltered. The pictures arc all arranged Indiscrimin
ately In, our window, nnd wo ourselves do not Know the number of nny particular plcttne..
Picture No. 1 will go to our first tustutuor: plctme No. 2 to our second customer, nnd so on until the
hundred have been given out. No customer may have nunc than one coupon, no matter how larer- her
purchase may be. We establish n minimum purchase price or n dollar, merely1 that the pictures may go Into
the hands of our bona flda customers.
The pictures will be illsplnjeii In our wlrdn nil this week. The;- nre nil of them really works of art and
well worth framing nnd poservlng In any tKtr.e
g .ilr. in Ii'ii' column vill lit interlril
nt IS emit Hut out iiirrrtiini ; Ji
itntt tiro inttrtwnt; SUctnli out uttL; 40
ctnlt tiro irttlt, liid 00 ctult out month.
I'liii it tht chtaiHrt aditrtitlngtitrofftrttl
Iht ftoplt of Honolulu.
IAV1ES POWELL totmtr y wat.r ItnJ.r (or vtiuli
J tat tone Intj Ih. b.1 buiin.. Can ! lounJ
allhe Uoatlandlns. 1918- w
UEDIIOUSE TH- WATCHMAKFR l
v localcJ at .tti AUkea ttiret. bprclal antn
tlon Kivn to fin. a ch r.p.ltinc. lotl-un
JOHN MALEY-Kralring.i,Jpo1l.hlni:. Ha
waiian kuu calat-asn plates anl Cuoanut
thttu Not iftrnibiile tor KimJilcft over judi,
4a Klrg St, Lclcu, llonululu. i,if w
HMPLOCRS Nttdlng Rel b MMp rt fitter Titt
i ot Lhnrjre Kith The ttcrl mflornent Uurrau,
Ma goon H tilJlny, Mfrchani urctl
ttRUNSWICK OYST1.R AND CHOI'
u Houc hat ie- pmtS unJrr new nuna. tmrtit
si. Mirngff. t"rwH nt King tre
h V) HAVE home tor rnt or wait to rent a
1 houtc, we A. it, lllnUt. CollecM'itii cat fully
uttfnJftl iuan4 rromptly tutnl tei. Office n Kj
huminu urett i8gitf
MuThlh The proiindi nt ihc Alexanirr outiff
I1 UulUlnjr, inJ the private vcl la tm knin as
lllthop street, are cl'jti to the putllc until furfitr
notice (siqnhI W MLTC'H,
i8it)ma hurt AlexjQJer Noting HI J
NUIiCfc tOM. UDfck-rhU6loii txprV-o.
h WHITt- SAND FPU SALfc tuMt
WANTED-lhri. oikl s cl". t" toa J anJ
room, at 1015 PuntliD.wl t , te nit tr t.a
sonablc. w Q iw
-f. o ff r iliortUme, un arrrovrJcol
AJJrtfS M 0uxv4 W t-iw
vlIDOWalwork.wi thlie woman house-lu-erer
vv care ol tw ch liren, sale wacef AdJrin
Vln. E. (.orJon I' O (J. i.
fair tatary and cisy
lp er for lisht wagon mjt knowClly
SALESiauv forJry eooit, experience unnc-
girl tn II ht rouie work
w RD COLIIB lor private famlt)
taiile liov and coachman p-lva . place
SCLE T iMiiovmNT oincfc Maroon Uullilni:,
Merchant ana Alakea Sis.
11 ANTED - Younp marrlel couele Jetlr.s .to.
r.Mtp (hh bath) lurnlsheJ hou. near center
eir or more Address "Doctor,1 H. U. Dot
iiq .q V.iw
11 ANTED A toslllon as cleik or bookkeeper by
vv an Am-rlran i years of ace. 6earsexpe
rlente Will accept small satarv to begin with. Ad
dreis Walter Erwln this office iqi6-iw
X ANTED Hy a i-entleman, board and well turn
vv Islied rojm In rnvate family. No lancheon,
AdJre.s "0 ' this oltice. qm w
WANTfat I r.t-class clear makers
II J Nolle, Fort ttreet
WANTED-A .mail furni.hei coitao or nnn bv to let the boy escape, or the boy him
a ciiu le without children but. price If h i,elf
tllullit n o'lire
,,,,tTlt . . t ii.. , .
VV n,,, 4, , ed c,roI.yt,n arrinewac-
tme prue ana rail jetcription.
WANrEP-P.nnrr In Chlckm Ranch
Mlnirca Pearl City,
WANTED To 'bllUhmomi and Oi-al Hmo-.
In the latest styles VV'alcl es ..paired by a
I .weler ol is iars experience, Cj. DIETZ, port St ,
ROOM AND BOARD.
ROOM AND IIOARD-Flril class lab'e board by
the day or weik Breakfast Trom 6 - t 8:
Dinner, is to i i Supper, 6 to t AIs furnished rooms
with or without board. 39 Beretanla bt , between
Fort and Nuuanu. lois-tmo
ROOMS AND HOARD, newly and nicely furnished
mosqulli p'oof, electilc llaltts , also best table
board obtainable Special cpenlng rales, rooms
f 1 50, hrard Jj per week Helen s I. out I adjoining
Elite Building, on Adam's Lane, off Hole) street.
Telephone While uni ion, mo
THE LANUT JN, Klne SI , near S tutu nicely fin
ished rooms, ani dining room In connection with
house. Table board, Undtr management ol Mrs. H
. Herbert 1 q. 16-1
TO I C-T Newly luriUhtd rooms 9n tmnlli up
t alsj dojblo parlors suitable tor married iouj It.
Ilerttanla Si , corn.r K.ea ,mou bt , Mri Jctft,
TO I FT Ono half of store and l.rce Jr basement
1 1 on Fori street. Adlrtss' K. Ci ' thlscflv
TO LET Lottaye, six rooms and baltl best loca.
Ilun In Mon.luu No 1 Coltige Gioe, K He
slreej 119 tl
FOR REST rour looms fnrnistiud or unfurnished
or lu nltur. for sal. cheap hnivie Indira ma
kal Walklal, corn r Hackleld & Spencer 1 (
;OR RENT Mosquito proof room, stilla'la apart
tnent for llvht noustkeeDl.ir. cool ar-d healthy.
I Enquire at cor, of Wilder and I'ensacola Sis ns-w
TO LET MoaHuito-prcnC r cm, tor Benlltman, to
U Going Walk. School bt. ig-o-t,
TO LET Nicely lurnUh4 and airy rooms at tht
Elite. 164 Hotel ttreet looft-imo
FOR MENT-Nkt Ktw Cotlaeei ol four roimi.
klich-n anJ bath, Knr -tree I Kir1ma, $10 m
ani I110. rer monin I' quirt
j, above Firit National Bank. I1
6 Fort St.. Room
V. K. btrauch
TO LET Met tl-room cottaev. on Lunalilo, near
PtntiCoU sirect Lmeit May, JuJi HjllJing
TO LtT Cflt n H'.use. well furnltheJ rooms with
I bi ri (-unjr St , near lMlm.1 8giimo
TO LIjT U room cotiagv, net to Mornn n
church, porcetlan bath patnt w c. etc Rent
$jtf. Arp'vioA O .unia
"TO LET Toroi.t roomi
No w Oar Jen Lane
A COTTAdC TO 1 1 T-He rooms utl ff Walkl
f kl RoaJ ImmeJIaid Dut.tfiilim Rtnt &13&0
a month Apply Irjmway Oltlc, I'unaliou.
IT jou ravt a home tor rent, nr want to rent a
Ihium call on A R UlNIT office hHIi (julit
I'uMUhlny Co , Campbell Ulock, Men hint ktreet,
Telephoit Main n t i8ftf
OFFICES TOR RENT-In Brewer building, Qurcn
ktreet, on reaonablt term, pply to C hir
k Co , Lid,
WHITNEY & MARSH'S
ONE HUNDRED PRETTY PICTURES GIVEN
1 W i 17 0lir X,r" w,1"ney f01lnl them In New York nnd brought
AW A 1 'lleM homo w,t" ,llm t0 B'vc tu 0,,r frlem,8
FRIDAY, AUGAUST 23rd,
it nUall distribute them among our first one hundred customers.
- METHOD OH DISTRIBUTION t
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALb-lhe "Talula" ai
he now Met In the hirbor She It a neaily new
boat, in perfect working nrJer, anJ hai been ot late
uitJ In towirrf at Kahutul Hartor. W. H. 1'aln.
FOR SALE-Ca1lfrarhfpe-rlter,prtct325 00.
Apply C En hon. Hofrton Drug Co i86-in.
FOR SAtE rutnitii'tol tour rov m cottage. Apply
at O L Stevtn. Pilkul, one block Makal of
Kins i.reet igiiw
DOR SALE- At ver low prlcet. tn Hllo town One
1 lot at Rfvtrlde Hanc, commanJlnt the best view
of Ocein anJ Muntaltt Mx luti all trin'ing the
street one rottajte occupying nlJile I it anl well
turn I the J h r part Calars apply to A. M. Potemkln,
FOR SALE -Lot In McCul Tract, toevjo, $itoo
Thre Lits In Kipanutu, 1001 94 ft, $nx
Lit on UiTtnu St, 15013 Jj4J A Citnpany.
Office, Ni lot MtninwaU UuilJing Tel. Main
u. V O Until!, w.oMf
FOR SALC Corner grocery store establlthiJ for
nver tu yorrs. hi large ani gnai patronage.
For further pariu ar apply ty mall, Hllo, p o b. 1 0
hOR 5ALt 5llotson Ktpahuiu RoaJ, Kaltnukl
Tract cheap on the Installment plan. Apply
EmmetiMay Jul! BuiUmg. lift tf
ruU it tan iti jjnini 01 J W, M.liutry
ba'brJjy a lit h r, Uwrtr can hav. sar.
ry riln( 11 twiitMi
cm-icri I'tnticoal inwt
.ppty rvar the murnin
BACK TO REFORM HCHOOL.
Willie Sjlv.t. an Incorrigible lad of
fight or nine jears, was charged 111
the l'oltt e Colli t this forenooi wllh
' . .,.. ,.. ,... . , ,, .... ,.
lutccii tu b..: QVI.UUI1 uittlti: tlf .lent'
lug a bicycle fiom ICatvalnhno chiircl.
The Htir of Willie's escapad') Is as
follows He escaped from thn Hefor'i
tihool l.ii', Fatuiday night and, on Sun.
day morning, went to Kavvalnh.io
ihiireh In the midst of the services,
he went outside and apying u hlcjc.u
that hit his faur), he mounted tl,4
thini! and rode away.
Willie was llnnl-
1 caught and lodged in the pollie stv
, The young man pleaded guilty and
'was sentenced to another six montiw
1 In thn Reform school. Judgu Wilcox
remnrked la passing that It was a quel.
tion In bis mind which deserved tin
lnpnnklng the superintendent of thn
,-. -...., ,... ...
jcciuiiu le-uu'Ji iiu wai nu cuiric9 a.
Hni inn tSiiuure Aiiih'c
The ban I will play the following
selection', at a conceit In Emma
Squnrd thH evening beginning nt 7:!.'i
March, "Th Invliicllilc Eagle". .Souji
Overturo Ivan" Contemn
"Remlnlfcer.cee. of Ralfe". ...Godfioy
(a) ' Ka efanoe o Koloa,"
lb) "Ol Hnl Ha,"
Miss J. Kclllaa.
(d) "M.ilkal ka ...al.nnl o rvohala,"
Mis X. Alapal.
Comet Sio "old Folks at Home"..
Mr Charles Kreutei.
Selection The Thirty Thieves". Jones
Walt. "EI t-tso" Anthory
Match, "The Kangaioo I.ndcri
'Thn Star-Spangted llanner."
Manufactured from Pure
DellvereJ fre? to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Oaha Ice and Electric Co.
cL. BLUE )IJ(
HOFFMAN & MARKHAM.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
Jas. F. Morgan
it 88 Queea Stp.ct
THIS SPACE RESERVED
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
irrrT'tr rVTn irTPn i'T. PIT.T.nn
AllSOI.UTi:i.Y WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gunia. No sleep-producing agents or
These nro the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES nnd Ingredients to extract, fill
and appl gold ciovvns and porcelain
crowns undeclecable from uatuial teeth
nnd warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GflAnUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 jears' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist Give us a call, and ou will And
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advamo exactly what
our work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth SB OO
Gold Crowns 65.00
Gold Fllllndis 61 OO
Silver Fillinftts 30c
Our name nlono will be a guarantee
that vour work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Hoom 4. Elite Building, Hotel Street.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.