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EVENING BULLETIN. TtONOLUHJ, II. T., THURSDAY, AUQUST 29. 1901.
OUR NEW HOME
Wo have purchased the
and have a full line
and Bicycles :
Sterlings now on eole.
Also some SPAULDING and CRAWFORD
I'LACU tOUU ORDLRS LARLY
B O. HALL
WILL RUN STEAMERS
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
Sharper Competition With Present
Trans -Pacific LinesHam
burg American In
terested. San Francisco. Aiir 21 It may no
stated positively that a. the end of
tho present )oar the Sutitn IV Com
imny will atiamlun Its tiatmpacllle
Kteamslilp lino (rum sun Diego ami
Mill ostnblls.. an Oriental service from
this port, with connections Tor LVntnl
nnil South Amorlra.
ban Diego s btonmor lino Is owned
hy an English corporal Ion, I ho Cali
fornia anil Urlentnl Slcnmlilu Com
pany- It charters all Its eeil and
has a tialllc contract wltn tho Kama
Ke. which terminates at tho end n:
tho jear. 'I ho contract ulli uot iio
renew oil, ami notice to that i-flcet hurt
been given Tho Santa ho peoplj
realize that If the) are to compete lor
the transpacific trade with the othe
tmnk railroads they must tonnc-i
with the steamer lines out of this pm'
Tho Taclllc Mall the Occidental and
Oriental and the Teijci Kisen Knlsha
lines are tied up to the Southern uml
Union I'arlllr uillroads. The Santa
Fo Is seeking an Independent set vice,
and to mat end Is ciiKaKcil In n deal
with three laigo German stoamshlu
Some months ago Second Vice t'rjj
Ident Paul .Morton or the Santa Tc
had nil hut completed arrangements
with the Hamburg-American Com
pany for a Kteamslilp line between S.m
Francisco ami Yokohama, hut for
sonic reason unknown the negotiation"
Now comes thu news that (icuci-il
.Managers llallln, Wlogand and Teppo
of tho Hamburg-Aiucrlcan-North Ger
man I.loyd and Cosmos lines respect
ively have made a Joint proposition
which Is recanted favorably hy tho
Santa Ke people, i he two Hint-named
companies have steamer lines all over
tlihe world, except across tho Pacific,
between this port and the Orient, and
ns nearly as tan bo ascertained they
are offcrlnR a Joint service out or thu
port In connection with the Santn !'
on an agreed division of thiough lates.
Tho Cosmos line will enter the com
bination to handle business between
tho Orient and Central and South
Ameilcu. Tho same line will handle
tho Santa IVs tralllc with Central
and South America.
The recent putchaso of die Dodwcll
tianspaclflc line fiom Toe ohm hy tin
Northern 1'actflc InocHed tho plan ol
.Messrs. Wlesand Ac llallln to get a
contract with that load ior their com
panies. They were compelled to lull
back cm the Santa l'e.
A formal annotmeeinuit of this Im
portant deal may bo expected eaily In
October, and tho combination will be
gin operations In January.
UPTON IN GOOD SPIRITS
New York. Aiir, 21 Sir Thomas
Upton, owner of Shamiock II, the
challenger for the America's cup, ar
rived In this ell) tonight. lie met with
a most cordial reception: Indeed, tho
bteamshlp Teutonic, on which he was
a passenger, received one continuous
ovation from Sandy Hook to her dock.
. Sir Thomas comes to America for bis
second attempt to take the cup, cheer
ful and resolute, lie raid;
"I think I can do bettei this time,
for I have In the Shamrock II a boat
.at least nlno minutes fader, over a
thlity-mlle couise, than Shamiock I,
and the old boat during the trials on
the other side was certainly live or ten
minutes faster than when she raced In
America In 1S99. At any rate, we ex
pect to make a Rood race agulnst the
American, whether she be tho Consti
tution or the Columbia. I am hoping
for a good breeze during the rates, for
certainly the Shamrock II Is something
better than a light weather boat.
Whatever the outcome, I shall be thor
oughly satisfied that the better boat
has won, for I have a good opinion of
American sportsmanship and the fair
ness of tho New York Yacht Club.
Kultft AfintnHt iythlnns m,BIt
Ciiltago, August 17 Su.-s lor tlu
recoveiy 0f sums aggie-gating $1.1,iiuii,
alleged to have bc-en wlthdinwn fioiu
tho endowment lank, KulghtB of
Pythias, weio flic el In tho Circuit
Court hero today by tho Hiipiomc
Lodge of tho older against John .
IllUbO), former plesldeiit of tho himr.l
of toutiol, and Homy II Slnlto, former
secretary of tho body.
The Bulletin, 75 cent per month.
taWwlfftiTitr y n wi ' . ) . . fci . ...... .! . ':
kkkkWkWkwmBmkiSMkmi-iMsMAL MkMi juj- i rMMJilMli'irTri iif ijfffii Irii
See Us at
entire stock of the
of Sporting Goods
: : : :
Ex '"Mariposa" on September ;th,
we will receive over too Colombia,
Cleveland and Rambler Bicycles.
IILCAUSE THEY AKfc GOING FAST
& SON, LTD.
CONSTITUT ON WAS
l.iichmont Yacht Club, X. Y., Aug.
Pi. -The Constitution drifted across
the finish line late this evening n win
ner over the Columbia by thirty-one
minutes and twint)-three seconds.
This difference In time, however, does
not repiesent the difference in speed
between tho two yachts, for n very
large part of the big margin was en
tirely due to a fluke In the 1 Ik tit airs,
while the boats were sailing the sec
ond round of the triangular course of
llfltcn miles. It occurred Just as the
Constitution was intituling the llrst
Lnichmont, N. Y Aug. 17. The
ilnt's race between tho Constitution
and the Columbia was only n matter
of seconds. For the fotilttentti time
the two vessels finished n contest, and
for the eighth time the Constitution
came out n winner. Today the margin
was small, for she beat the Columbia
only iiS seconds, corretted time. In
elapsed time she won hy tvvi minutes
and eighteen seconds. The rnco was
sailed under conditions that best suit
ed the Constitution, a steady eight
knot hieezc mid n smooth set. It was
finished In three hours and three min
utes, very near a ten-knot gait, which
was fast time, eonsldeilntr. the wind,
and the fact that twelve mires of the
coarse called foi windward work, al
though It vtus not u dead Lcat. The
Constitution gained on her rival on
every leg, dulng best In reaching. It
was a fair test of speed, as the boats
got the wind throughout and there
was little to choone In the handlliiR.
Ml Native Sons of California who
wish to participate In the celebration
on September !, 1UHI, arc requested to
tall at tho olflee of 1.. C. Abies, on
rort street, and register. 1929 'It
NOTICE TO NATIVE DAUGHTERS
The native-born Soiib of California
respectfully recpiest the Natlvo
Daughters to rurnlsh the name of their
town ami county and their present
aimiesses at the earliest convenlenco
in order Hint Invitations may be ex
tended to them and .nolr escorts t.
attend the enteitalnmeiit and hall t
be given In celebration ol the .list nil
niveisary ol Adnilbslon Day. Sept. tith,
i9i. WAi.iriit i:. WAi.i..
Chairman of Committee.
W P. llAIlltV Scrretnr)
P. O. Ilox 272. I!l29 9t
Honolulu, August 29, 1901.
Ofllco or tho Hoard or Health,
At a meeting of tho Hoard ol Health
held AugUBt 28, 1901, Arlltles 21 to I'll,
legardlng Garbage of the Sanitary
Regulations or the Hoard ol Health ior
Honolulu .Jlstrltt, passed July U'tli,
I'juu, aro amended to read as follows'
21. The Claibago carts will operato
within tho following limits. I. o Iroii
tho IVrtllizer Company h In Kallhl
west, to Puliation street, cast, one'
from jiidd street, mniika, to Water
street, seaward, upon a scehdulo or
chnrges adopted by tho Supeilntetideut
of Public Works.
25. It shall he tho duty of each unit
fiom whoso premises tho gaibagi) Is
to bo lemoved to piovldu u suRubl"
container or not more tnan 12 cubic
feet capacity, and to cause the sane
to bo sent out In such places and ut
Mich times as tho Public Woiks l)y
paitmcnt shall dlit-tt, tor tho convenl
enco of garbage eollettors. All empty
containers shall ho kept thoroughly
cleaned and disinfected.
2fi. Tho Cart will lomovo all Garb
age regardless of Its natuie.
H. w. SI.O(!OKTT.
President Hoard of Health.
Secretary Hoard of Health.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
It appearing to the satisfaction of tho
Court tli it tho Interests of Justice re
(iilre It, this August, 1901, term of
this Couit will bo mid Is heicby ox
tended twelve da)s from and nfter the
last day of said i egul.tr August term.
(ii:o. d, oi:aii.
Presiding Judge, Clnult Court, Klrst
For additional Ship; Ing News lee seventh pig.
Weather Ilureau, Puliation, August
29 -Temperature Morning minimum,
It, Midday maximum, S5.
llaromc.lcr at 9 a. m. 30.01. Steady.
Dew Point G8F .
Humidity at ! a. m. G3 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, All
gust 29. Weather clear; wind frcsn
Wednesday, Aug. 28.
O. S. S. Co.'s Sonomn, Van Ortcn
ilorp, from San Frnnclrco.
Sehr. I.uka, from Paaullo.
Schr. Lady from Oahu ports.
Wednesday, Aiir. 28.
C-A. S. S. Mlowcra, Hemming, for
Str. Noeau, Wyman, for Hawaii.
Str. Nllhau, Thompson, for Ana
hola, Thursday, Aug. 29.
O. S. S. Sonoma, Van Ortemdorp, for
Fr. bk. Henrlette, Durls, for the
Am. hkt. Amelia, Wilier, for the
STRIKE HOLDS FAST:
San Francisco, Aug. 22. Yesterday
was a day of suspense In the strike
situation. Humors of all sorts were
In the air, but there was nothing tan
gible regarding developments, go far na
an approach at a settlement Is concern
ed. .Members of the various peace com
mittees wore un air of mjstery. and
hinted that Important developments
wtio on the eve of consummation, but
the representatives of the labor ele
ment and of the employers stated posi
tively that no itcRo?ations of any
ort were going on. On the city front
work progressed on nil the docks ex
cept those devoted to the lumber trade
and In the wholesale district It was
declared that business was moving
more briskly tliuu at any time during
Among the labor leaders thcic tire
Mill the same reports of confidence in
the ultimate victory of the unions, and
they, point to numerous defections
from tho ranks of those who have gone
to work. The fact that 12. special1
policemen failed to reportr for duty is
taken as evidence that the efforts of
the employers nic not successful, and
thnt the worklngmcn arc standing with
the strikers. Andrew rurusetb.
chairman of the executive committee
of the City Front Federation, says that
the non-union longsboicmci) are not
doing one-fourth of the work an equal
number of trained hands could do. iiul '
In addition to this he sn)s that as so m
no l,n. nA n llltln .,,. nk...l .I.,.., I
MSS Wll' bl l lltllC MIUIIl'J IIIIVIIU tilt?
cjult. compelling tho cmplojern to break
In n new- lot of unskilled men. It was
tinted In this connection that ncnnetl
& (Joodall contracting stevedores .lost
twenty-five of their men jestcrday.
and that numbers of others had le.'l
Thn employers deny tills, and a
they have lost few of the new men vvh
replaced the strikers. On the coal
docks work was going on yesterday
with little or no Interference, and four
cssels finished discharging during tli
Ken nu and Wile.
Willie Keanu and his wife appeared
In the Police Court this foienoon on
the charge of disturbing the quiet of
the night. Hoth pleaded guilty and
were fined 2 and costs each. It turn
d out dining the examination of tho
case that the woman was the most to
blame. She went out dining the after
noon and got glorlousl) drunk. Then
hhe leturned to her hone lato nt night
and biol.e In the door Her husband
tried to get her quiet and during the
attempt, lost his temper, so that hn
loo made a little noise.
Sliuinrock Lcirjjely u Yankee Bout
New York, August 1. As a matter
of Interest, it Is worth noting thut not
only the model or tho new Shamrock
Is "i'anhec", but that nearly all tlu
"wrinkles In rig and In the matter of
blocks have been uerlved from Amcrl
tau sources. Tho sails nrc of America.!
cotton duck and the mainsail Is laced
to tho boom a recent concession to
American methods. As a matter of
fact, the Snamiock II Is morti thau
two thlnls "Yankeu".
Snyts Kclnvdb W'll Not RcHiQn.
New oik,, August 20rrFrom nn au
thoritative sourcu the Associated
Pri'ss Is enabled to deny tho report
hat Charles M. SchVnb Is to resign
tho presidency o. tho United Stnteu
Stcc) Coiporatlon. Mr. uvwal, Judgi
Oury nuil ltohcrt Haeon or J. P. Mo
Kan ft Co. weie in coufcieneo this aft
ernoon. Nothing wns mado public aa
to the subject discussed at tho co.t-Irri-ute.
Hawaiian jOpera House
Thursday, August 29th,
The "GREAT GERARDY."-
The "WIZARD OF THE 'CriLLO."
The "GREATEST LIVING VIOLIN
CELLISl." All exceptional opportunity of hear
ing one of tho musical geniuses of to
day. IMSICHH I
llalcony $1.01) mid 11.50
Dress Cllclo Jl.uO and 12.00
SALE AT WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD
Reserve Seats Early I
THURSDAY, AUGUST 29TH.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
f gsr- -''' '" ''"'' column u ill he untried
nt IS eenlt fiW one iiiKilion ; iS
cetttt tiro inrrrtwiu; SO cenlt one ueek; 40
cenlt lira ireeLi, ml 00 eenli one month.
Thii It the cheaper! adterthiiigeieroffereil
the people llouulul .
MADAME P. LAMBERT Ut. from P.rls
' hit temovei tier treiimikln parlors from
Nuusnu Av to cor-ief Vlreyarl anJ Miller Sis
Where she will N-pleneJloset lierpations. ign-sw
DHI.MO LAOMH fur rrompt JetlvTryof
M I iml ly or Jrrs. felerhonc 3HII blue
Alter 6 1- m. CX)I
.1. . AVEUY I'UHLIC STENOCHA
" phcr typewriter and proofreader
Orpuranon anJ puMI. meetln( reported. Acuralt
Irantcrlrl of Importan Jocun.nts a specially
Proof reai fo' authors anJ publishers. Office hours
8o 5 45 (later by appointment). Room 6 LI'le
IJK.Tel Bluesoil i(,u-ll
PEDIIOUSE THE WATCHMAKER Is
locate! at lit Alakea st.eel. blc.lal a'en
tlon len to fine wa'cli repirln(-. tq.S-im
SULUCT IVIJltMl'l3l OPI'ICI!.
JOHN MALEY-WefalrinnanJi-ollthlns, Hi
u wallin kuu calabash, plates ani cocoa-tut
shells Not respor.sltle for BfKiJsl-tl over n days.
4ts Klrr- M, Leleu, Honolulu. 191T-4W 1
F OV HAVE a house for rent or wait to rent a
1 houte, see A. K. Illndt. Cillecllims carefully
at'enJe4 in anJ promptly remitted, Uftice tlf Kea
hmnanu stuet ' iSielf
p,Mii.ovi;uM .MJiiiiixei hi:.
'- llrtlllu Imlp. Telt-ph ne lllue hi 1
NOTICE The grounds of the AleianJ r oun
IlullJIng, and the private sl'eel to b kn .n as
bishop street, ate clostd to the public until further
notice ISIOMDl WM. MLTCI,
lit-mo Supt, Alexander Young 111 J.
OT1CETO HijILDEMS-I h Union fcxpre Co.
""i "nur. anniJ rJK JftLC If4,tr
ANTED At Sailors Home dining-rooms. Re
L'ular board-rs al f 1 eo rer wtek Slnilmalc
s;c . short orders all dav. Ireich cooking, I'
Umbtrt, caterer. l27-iw
XI ANTED Every man In lown looking for a good
meal to eat at Urunswkk Oyster and Chop
Home. Fori St iQtt-tf
UIDOW at work, a Is white woman house-keeper
.. J'" "' '. children, tale wages. Address
Mrs. E.liordon P. O. Ilix in in-ll
IWAhTbD small furnished collage or room by
' a coutle without children Suit price R S
(Bullet n office ) .pi -il
W 'ANTED UHVIR lir light wagon must know
GikL fo- lUht house wotk
mbbid coci-ie fur private family
, TAhLB not and coachman r-'lvate place
SELE T IMltovMINT OMICL Miaocn building,
Merchant and Alakea Sts.
W ANTED To SeiiDiawohu and Oi-al Rings.
,Y In the latest styles Watches irpalied by a
I welyr of It ears experience, O. DlblZ, Fort St.,
near Hoiel. iSu8-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
RUOWSASn BOARD,nely and nicely futnUhed
m isq til 1 proof electilc llthls ar&o best table
board oltainjhl (ecla' opening rales, rooms
tin' ard$5prk. Htlen's c.outl. adjoining
lire building, n Adam'. Lane, off Hold strict.
Telethon. vnl'i t.fii ion- mo
Till LAVCiT if klnvSt., netrSiulh. nicely turn
1 Uhed rooms, and dining room in connect!' n with
'ouse, Tab'e board. Und.r maragemeni ol Mrs II
He. ben ioo6.t
COR WENT Mcely furnished lite-room coin -a
onvlneyardSt beuren tmma anl l'unchwl.
Ajjress i- u. oxoi. tgss-t
fO LE r-Furnlshed collage at Wahlawa. Address
' H Wahlawa, ' ioi8-tm
IOR RENT Small furnished front room ft. per
rlifllS IlKa I trf lf KuIaiu klk,.l m.-at ....
.m.s.e. a j . n m itiu- Wll'i'n HJlTSJ" W
TO PENT A motquliti prtnif room, fiv mlnu'cs
1 wtlk Irum tram car In cool Jilt let, boar4 If re
lulrei, (rltrhune kervJce AJJrett 'L " Hulktln.
TO LtT MoJtrn 6 t.om cotMt? el ctrlc Hcht,
1 mukquttv rrunf, fuinUhei or unfmnithrJ, lore
lii If ilrJ AJJro "H.H '' Ih office. toi-iw
FOIET N'ewlj lurnish.d rooms lis month up
li-.-tanl.Cl mm., I..a .nn.. C S1 I.,..
FOR RFNT---I new house on AMeslan street, of
SIX rooms with all modern Imrr-ncm-ntK Fn.
quire of Chas. E, Frather Consolidated Soda Works,
COR RENT Newly furnished front rooms lor fi.n-
lleman 74 vineyard it. tvs)-,w
COR RENT Two () story house at Kekaullke-Pa
1 on Young street, contaln'ng a bed 'oorns, parltr,
dining room, kitchen, bath room and pstentwaer
clos't d wnstalrs. Kapl'.l-nl Ls'ate Ltd ran tt
rO LLT Nicely furnished and airy looms at the
Ell e. 6. Ho'cl Slleet lorjA-imn
TO LET Two front tuoms. No. v Garden Lane.
IF you have a house for rent, or want to rent a
houte, call on A R blNDT. office with liuld.
I'ubllshlng Co , Campbell Block, Merchant street,
Telephone Main is. if.s-tt
OFDCES FOR RENT-In Brewer building, Queen
street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C. Brewer
at Co , Ltd, t6i--.mot
FOR SALE Two phaetons lt good condition On.
used only a short lima, Address " V. X. " Bui
Utln We. rois-tf
;OH ALE-Cartla.e, seat two or four IDosI do)
r-eumat'cTiies Silver Hubs, etc . (Mlver palcnt)
piano hnlsti, bulll by Crawfo-d New York, Bargain
owner leaving city tot. Lunalllo M. igii-iw
FW SaLP -Lot In McCuPy Tract, tfoxoo, Six;
Three Lois In Kapahulu. lO.-oifo, ft, i.uo ,
1t on Beretania M , ncx5o Judd i C mpany,
Oftlce No tot Slangenwald Building Tel. Mai"
an I' O bos Cot luio-lt
FOR SAIL Tumilur andleaienf a i j room hous.
In rri od location Inquire so Berelanla St Be
twe.n lort and Nuuanu Sis ijn-tf
FOR SALE tli us. and large lot al Kalmuklon
easypa)irent Arply Cani bell Block ronn ,8,
DOR SALE-At very low prices, in llllo lown On
I lot al RlverslJ. Park, commanding the best view
of Ocean and Mountain Ma lols, all fronting th.
street, one cottage occupying middle tut and well
furnished. I or rarliCJtarl apply tu A. M, Potemkln,
PH SALr Lo's at Puunul. lllltia bl , easy pay
ment In 1. Ira Campbell Block Ro-.aitS. t-flw
STEAM LAUNCH TOR SALb-Tha "TaTula" as
she now lies In (he hirbor She Is a nearly new
boat. In pert-ct working orJer, anJ has been of lata
useJ In towing at Kahulul Hartior. VV. H. Pain.
COR SALG-Cotner erocery store established (or
I over two years, his laraja and aooi patronage.
For further panlcu'ars apply by mall. Htlo, p o b. 70.
FOR LEASE Larce wareho se on Quten street.
App 1 Csmpbe'l Hlock. room . utr-sff
PR LEASE Premises on L'nlon M with a front
age of S41 (e-t -nJ a depih of 70 feet. Long
tern given with 1 jt onerous conditions Apply to
J. M. MONSAKKAT.
Rooms eo-si. Campbell Hlncfc. iost-tf
Coram uclns at 10 a. in. Saturday,
August IlUt theie will be an all-day
tesslou of the Teacheis' Association of
Hawaii. The meetings will be held In
the Honolulu Hlrih School. Teacheis
of public and private schools through
out the clauds. klndersartners, "The
Mothcra jtid Teacheis' Club of Hono
lulu," and all Intel ested In education,
arc cordially Invited to attend.
A very Interesting, entertaining ami
Instructive piogtam has been piepnrcd.
Among tlio.it' who will take part aro
Rev. Aleuu!er Mackintosh, Supt. A.
T. Atkinson. Prof. Win. D. Alexnnder,
Dr. A M. Smith. Philip Dodge, Gor
don Usborue.-Estee Darrali Dyke. T.
H. ailnoa C. W. Haldwln and Jared G.
During the noon hour luucheon will
he served at the High School giounds
to the teacheis and their friends by
ladle of the Y. W. C. A. Tho secrc
tar), Mrj H C Blown, has chaige of
tho nttult .muI the ladles of Honolulu
are uniting their eirons Willi hen to
make the iuoii hour one long to be re-
hiemberel bv tlnwn ' ud this
annual easior. of the Teacheis' Asso
ciation of Hawaii.
TROUBLE DOWN ROAD.
Thc-te Is trouble down the load ns a
result of a lecent writ of possession In
which Fred Wiiudenbeig and August
Herring, a former police oftlcei-. aro
concerned The former came out ahead
In the ca.se and Is now seeking to oust
Herring There was friction )cster
day nn.l thU forenoon, High Sheriff
Urown seut word down to Deputy
Sherlrf Fernandez to install on the
pluco the asent of Mr. Wundenberg
who would be down during the dn.
Speaking about the matter to a Untie
tin reporter Mr. Hrown said that Her
ring had thieateued to shoot anyono
who should attempt to come on the
land. De-puty SlieiJIt roituiidez Is ex-pei-ted
to look after the matter and
theie Is no doubt at all that he will.
THE PPEiGHT STBAMUR8.
The steamer Otegonlan Is expected
here fiom San Francisco on the Od or
tth of September. The C.illfornlan with
a full turico of Seattlo fi eight will be
here ubout September loth. The Am
erican which left New York on August
Sd leached St. I.ucla on the 11th aud
sailed for Co-oriel on the 13th. She
Is to take 4000 tons of New York cargo
In San Francisco and come here to
complete her cargo with sugar.
Sugar cargoes for the Oiegoulan and
Callfornlan are now piovlded for so
the vessels will not be delayed In get
ting away from here on their leturu
around the Horn.
Those who appreciate the
class of photographic work
WSS CAROLINE hhSKINS
are cordially invited to inspect
specimens of her skill in her
reception room at the rear of
Art Stoie and
' 120 Hotel St.
Jas. F. Morgan
ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, .
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a large nV
Household Furniture, consisting of:
Washstands. Spring Mattresses.
Pillows, Chairs, Hochers. Tables.
Pictures. Mlrrois, New Hugs.
Jas. F. Morjian.
ON SATURDAY AUGUST 31,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, (15 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction tho follow.
Ing vehicles: H
t Columbus Surrey Huckboartl. .;
1 Courtland Huckboarcl. ' '
1 Cut-under Surrey.
1 Columbus i.lke Uuggy.
1 New Canopy-top Uuggy.
1 Light Delivery Wagon whn top.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Monster Auction Sale
Vehicles and Harness
ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho wnrchouso on Kawalah.io
street, one block Irom tho Sanitary
l.aiiinliy ami opposite H. Haekleld c
Cn.'s stables In Kevvnlo, I will sell nf,
Public Auction nbout fifty vehicles 01'
nil descriptions, consisting of:
'I wo horse Dumpcarts. i
Farm Wagons, Lumber Gears. .
Single and Double Drays.
Surrlcs. Phaetons. !
Ktiriabouts and a largo quantity of
Slnglo and Douhlo Harness.
Saddles, Ktc, i:tc.
JAS. F. MORGAiv.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH KXTHACTRD AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by'
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are tho only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES nnd Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold riowns and porcelain
crowns undectccable from natural teeth
and -warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS -f
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Speclal
IsL Give us a call, and you will nnd
us to do exactly as we advertise. We I
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth SB.0o ,
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Room 4, Elite Dulldlng, Hotel StreoL
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