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Come and See Us at
UNCLE SAM WANTS TO
OUR NEW HOME
KNOW BOW MANY FULL
Recent Order of Treasury Department
of Interest to Liquor
trWr. P MSzM
We liave purchased the entire stock of the
Pacific Cycle Company,
and have a full line of Sporting Goods
and Bicycles : : : : :
J Sterlings "ow on sale.
y 1 1 Also some SPAULDING and CRAWFORD
A V"V K "Mariposa" on September 7th,
I I II I we sill receive over loo Columbia,
VV Cleveland and Rambler Bicycles.
PLACE OMW ORDLKS LARLY BECAUSE THEY ARK GOINO TAST
B O. HALL & SON, LTD.
FIRE HARD TO CHECK
(Continued from pae 1.)
homesteads, and naked It the govern- ch lllBal,polntcl, u ti,e niCngre at
Hit nt toul.l not assist In tr Ins to h-lrj ,,,. ,f K0 mlc .upath) ! go-
on; the lire, i toui ir. numcr nm. .
did not think there was un approprla
tlon to draw fiom for such woik, hut I
would communicate with (Jovernoi
Dole In regard to the matter. Tha
C.ovcrnor had lift the Voliano Houte
that morning nml'wus on his way to
Hllo. The following morning ' eom
munlcated wllh the tlovernoi who was
then In Hllo. In repl). the Gocrnjr
said, tnat the plantation managers
would hac to try and put the lire out
themselves and iclj on the government
to do the right thine oy them. 1 In
lormed Vr. Horner at onte of the Gov
ernor's repl). Since then and up to
the lime 1 left the Island, Mr. Homer
and Mr. Irrigate huve had nanus of
men night and ila trjlng to light thu
tire, and on the evening 1 left 1 was In
formed that Mi. llornei had nl his
plantation hands at work ti.vig to
In an Interview with J. M. ll'ucr,
this gentleman tomphlntd abo i' I tic
liidlsirlmlnate hurnliiK of biuib '
settlers and hy their carelesJiiem or
miw ..v ..... w. a
proptitj and ravage large tracts or
land, thtrebj de!.trolns ninth vuliulilri
Legislation is undoul.tedl) srrairy
needed In tlic dr districts of dlner-Mit
parts of the Islands to abate the "V U
caused by these brush Hies. It would
not be advisable to piohlblt all Hi cm uu
lands but without dela an end shouM
be put to the sjstem wnerelij any per
son ran, at niij time wllh Impi'ultv htt
tire to dry grass and brii'ii. and so pro
duce a tonllagratlon Hut uu) nnd of
ten does cause great Injur) ami lo.8
to ills nclgiibor's proptit); mid that
ctrtalnlj retards the prosperltv of tho
lountr). Although bush llrts um! not
altogether be prohibited the) should
not he allowed to he set In very dry
seasons as the) are then exiecillngly
dangeious, and at othsr tlmci tlie)
should be regulated that the ellg I
have brought to )our notice may be
mitigated If not entirely abullsN'd.
The Jtukalau plantation has suffeKd
beverely from this lire, In addition to
th burning of forest Immediate!) niuu
ka of the lands. The plantation has
lost about 200 acres of cam- and Mr
Horner Informed, me that It had tost
the plantation ovei $1000 foi labor
alone In tr)lng to subdue the dres up to
As regards the replanting of the
burned distrlit bhould the Governor
detide to retain the soviVnineiit por
tion of It as n foicxt leteiv.Ulnn the
first thlni: would be the treitlug of a
fence around tho reseive so that strav(m( nayt wnt the neM appropriate
animals may not trample down and
destroy the roots shoots and seedlings,
that ma) spring up. I would advlsn
that a visit be made again to the dis
trict In about seven 01 eight months
and should rains come before that
time, 1 have no doubt that here and
thero on tho tract, roots, shoots and
seedlings will spring up, then an e
tlmntc can be made of the amount of
plnnts required to (111 up the blanks.
Several of the acacias will grow well , the half day once a derision Is nrrived
on the tract, also Casmirlnas. 'Irevll-lat, It Is to he hoped that 12 sharp nt
leas and Eugenlas. noon will ho fixed upon for the short
A'rer visiting the burned dhtrict we. sixty minutes from 12 lo 1 villi be of
Ik till the ronce ulantatlon lie one in.:
to Mr. Horner and the l.oiiisson Ilrotli
ers. The coffee on both plaulaMom h
looking exceedingly well and has every
nppenrnnip of u heavy crop Along
with Mr Loulssoii I went over the
greater part of his plantation. This
Is a model coffeo plan atlon and I
would advise people who may be In-,
teietted In toffee or contemplate going
Into small farming to first visit the
LoiiUeon Iliothers plantation. '
Several of tho uomesliadcis Iu that
section complain of the want of rinds,
lending to their homes and fiom what,
1 saw there is good gi omuls fen com
Along -with Mr. forties of Kukul
haele I visited the cinchona foitst
planted by him about tw.lve )ears ngi.
Tho trees are now from twent) to
thirty feet high nnd In a health) con
dition. On the same tract, oranges,
limes', blackberries, raspbeirles ind
coffee are alfeo to be found and looking
well Mr l'orbes Is vii) much !ntnr
ested In his forests and he contmn
plates planting up the vacant plaics In
tho natural forest with good finest
In concluding I will take this op
poituult) of thanking the following
gentlemen for couittsles iccelvcd at
heli hands during my visit to llama-kun-
David 1'orbcs of Kiikiillinile, A.
belt Homer of Kukalaii, the Loulssoii
Lit others, und others
Ittsptttfully. siibmitti d
TIRED CLERK'S OPINIONS.
Editor Evening Utillrtln: I would
like space In jour columns to say a
few words In referewe to the clerks'
t,in.,tlr. tnat nll'tlt I fntntin Unit llV
Ing to he shown In futuie, regarding
the early closing well, we had better
drop the matter altogether.
If the holldnj or half holiday pel
wek Is worth having. surel) It l
worth showing some Inteicst In get
ling the same. Thou who nie to tin
sjinpathctle In this movement, do not
descive the boon the half day will 'uc.
At the same time the meeting was I ot
advertised In the way It sliniili have
It Is rather discouraging lo thoeo
who lme the Interests of others, as
well as themselves, at nenrt. to work
and plan, and then fin J such a. poor re
sponse to their efforts. 'Ilia mating
last night was n lively one and Ihute
who attended were not sorry they
The erratic nrtlons tf one or two,
and their strange Ideas, were a soiue
of gieat amusement to many who
weie piesent, nnd only the tool head
of the ihairman nnd one or two clerks
In the audience. aerted a riot Tho
clerk In question would he a good lead-
k - i" - !.v -
rniniv tins no ncure 111 ino nan nuii
day movement In Honolulu. Many
heated discussions arose, and various
suggt'siiuiis niuuu it'oUKiiui; kiiuntr
Now I want to say a few words to
those "poor tiled clerks" who want lo
go to work at S or 9 o'clock In the
moiulng because they don't have
enough sleep In the meantime. Therei
Is a ver) old established law. not u
law that Is enforced lo any extent,
however, that sa)s, eight hours work,
eight hours sleep and eight hours le-
creutlun. Now our da)H are the same
length and there are very few who
do not have the ehanco to run In that
same channel. We start work at 7
and stop at 5. We nmusc ourselves
until 11 o'clock and then sleep till C
next morning and thc-e arc very few
who cannot und do not live along that
line Of course there are times when
we tan not get the proper amount ot
rest, but that Is no fault of the hours
we have to work. We nil know that
we must be at our respective stores at
7 In the morning and that we must be
In attendance all day until 5 o'clock,
nnd any violent retrtatlon or dissipa
tion we Indulge In, after thobo hours,
which mnkes us wake up more tired
than ever Is no fault ot our tmplo)cis
So Hint argument Is Vfi'y feeble nnd
best cut out altogether.
Home one sugobtB Tilda) afternoon
;if a suitable day to close at noon.
Ridiculous on the faco ot it. Wo
clerks, If we tan't get tho Saturdiy
da), and eveiy oiic of us knows that
Wednesday Is tho day for It. The Sat
uida) fiom Sunday to .vlondn) morning
Is a nltc long rest hut we cannot very
well get It. The Wednesday half day
will he such a welcome break In the
monotony of n clerk's work; for It Is
monotonous standing around Indoors
fiom 7 till 5 o'clock and till 9 on Sat
Regarding the hour for closing on
'more vuleii to us than nny two hours
nftenvards, for we can get home and
take Iiinth at the usual time nnd get
out earl) to any place we desire to gn
In eoniliislon I would strongly nil-
vise tne clerks to consiucr tliclr em
plo)eis In eveiy wa) work together In
harmony, and as Abo Lincoln says
"keep pegging away,"
i,st night's meeting dosed with the
following it-solution: "That a mass
meeting of nil cmplojcrs and emplo)es
bo tailed next Tuesday night at tho
y. M. C. A. hall to discuss the half
holiday question, to settle upon tho
most convenient day for the same and
the time to tloso that day."
A cordial nnd heurty Invitation Is ex-
tended to all to attend
to nationality or sex,
Hoping to see
more Interest shown that night than
lma hitherto been shown,
I am, etc.,
"Tlin TIItED CLKHK.1
'lln btiui's of tho unilei signed will
closi Monday, September 2 (Lnhoi
Da)), nt 111 a m Customers aio it
tpiesteil to phicti their orileis us null)
lis posHlble. us therei will ho but ono
II. MAY & CO , LTD ,
I.I2WI8 & CO,
BALTEIl & WA1TY,
C. J, DAY & CO.
The Treasury Department has re
tently Bent a circular letter to collec
tors of Internal revenue of Inttrest to
wholesale liquor dealeis. 'I he letter
ic as follows.
Tuasuiy Dtpartment, Ollhe of Com
missioner of Internal Revenue,
Washington, D. t. August 7, 1901.
To colleetois of Internal tevenue.
Yuu are hercb Instructed to.ascertatn
and report to this olllre the quantity
ot ta-pald spirits of the different
kinds known to the trade held by
wholesale llquui dealers and recllllcis
It. jour district on the 1st dn of Oc
Inclosed please find a supply of
blank forms for the use of the whole'
Kiel liquor dealers and rectifiers of
nnr illittrlrt In iiinlrlnir thrli rptmrte.
to j on, and for our own use In making
...... .A..n. . .i.l ..f.i... t..... ... .... ... '
aviii it'iuii iu una uiukc, r.Ai .. un in
foreign spirts b) kinds, the quantities
reported on Korm .'IIS. as on hand at
tnd of September, 1901, ma) be lined.
You will plume supply the wholesale)
liquor dealers atid icctlflerB with these
blanks In time to secmc reports from
en ill promptl) on the day named
(October I. lUOl).
These reports must be rendered
I'lomptl) on that day, as the Informa
tion afforded by them must he tabulat
ed for the annual lepo't to this ofllcc
b) November 1, 1901.
Your are requested to see that spirits
in store are not reported more than
once, so as lo show a greater amount
ot spirits thun Is actually on hand,
l'ersons and firms making report of
spirits on hand should report all
Bplrlts shown b) their records to be on
hand wherever the same may he stor
ed, and persons and firms having In
tore spirits not belonging to them.
hut tarried on other wholesale liquor
dealers' or rectifiers' books, should ex
clude such spirits from their reports.
In making up the report, enre should
he taken to avoid entering domestic
spirits In tho "Korclgu" column, and
In the supplemental rtatcment only
rtR t niM,,u m. iiiijiupaiuiu hi nitui', iu it
reort of lg Klndi , le ltlrrercnt
,)rnnil8 ()f cortnln kln,,R ,)f gp,rtlli
i . .. i i.i.. .. i
I should nut be attempted In any ease.
I UOUT. WILLIAMS. JK,
i Acting Commissioner.
For sMUIonal Shlplnp News wt seventh pact
Weather lliircau, I'uiinlioii, August
30. Temperature Morning mlnmiim,
77; Midday maximum, 85.
Urometer nt 9 n. in. 30 07.. Steady.
Rainfall 0 01.
Dew Point 69 P.
Iliimldlt) at 9 a. m. 70 per rent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Au
gust 20 Weather hazy; wind fresh K.
Thursday. Aug. 29.
IJ. S. A. T. Meade, Wilson, for Ma
nlla. Am. sp. Emily V. Whitney, Hrlg
man, for Kahuliil.
Str, Miknhala. Gregory, for Kauai.
I'llday. Aug. JO
Str. James Mnkee, Tullett. from Ku
paa. iAssi:Nai:its i)i:pahti:i).
Tor Kauai, pet str .vllkahal.i. Aug
28 J. I' Cooke. Geo Cartel, Mrs 12 S.
Goodhue, Leong Kwong Artliiu Sllvn
J livsoii K i:. Comint. Mrs. W J.
Wills. M I' Prosser, W XI Alexander
W. Tin urn, M J. Carvalho.
Royalty nt Cnpe Ceilonv.
Slmonstown, Capo Colony, Aug. 18.
The ro)al )ucht Ophlr, with the Duko
und Duchess of Cornwall nnd York, ar
A forco of men Is hard nt work fit
ting up anew the old Chamber of Com.
Try the Automobile
ISullillniv. that fire
proof Htructurc nciir
the Cupltul lieHtllng,
where hoiirtlcrt lire
Hafc from Icms hy fire
unci where the flnetet
livery In the town ciin
FINEST IN THE TOWN
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
, .li'f. i'm li in column ii ill he inttrlrd
nl JS ctiilt (I lint one iiireitinn ; gt
.enliliro Interliiiui; SOttntt, one ueell 40
cenltluo ueelt, ml 00 cenlt one month.
Th!i it the cliraiietl adi trilling ettr offered
the iieoile vf llnnvlul .
MADAME P. LAMUEUT Ii tnm Prl
' ht rrmor4 her Drfttmiklng Parian Irom
Nuutnvl Av to cnrlvr Vinrytri ani Millrr Si
Where h 1M be pleated lo her paltont iqew
PUI.MO I.AOi:w lor rrompl Jrlhrryol
fiml ly orJerii. felerhon 3HII Illut
AllertP " ICMH "
I). AVEKY PUBLIC STENOGRA
" pner typewriter nnd prooirvnucr
Girpoiallon an purllc nteellnKvrepnrteJ. Acurau
'ramcrlrt' ol Imp.ntani Jocuj.. m a specialty
Proof rea4 (o authori anj publltheri Office hourl
t) to 5 45 Pater by appointment). Room 6 Cute
UIJk Tel Ulueton nn-ll
REDIIOUSE THE WATCHMAKER l
MKaled al i Al.kea kliect rial alien
llon Eiven lo fine wa'ch rep.trlnff. iQi8im
Siii.uct m;oi!-iiiii oi'i'it'H.
JOHN MAI EY-ReralrlnianJpnlMIni:. Ha
waiian kuu calabash, plalet ani cocoanut
hella Not letponkltle tor iiHJUft over )tjf).,
4.S King St, Leleo. Honolulu iqiT'.w
IF OU HAVL a house lor rent or want to rent a
hnue. tee A- 17. Illmlt. Col'eflloni raie'ullv
attenjed 10 ani rrompily remUteJ, Office nv Kia-
humanu tlreet t I'll
E.MIM.laYIIUM IMIIJtJI.Ntl Ml
llnltlta liulp. Ttlcpli ine Hlue 811
MeJTICE The erisinds bt the AleftanJ r iimn;
1 'I tlullilne, and the private ll'ret t p kn n
Bishop street are tlosd to the rul tic until lutller
nonce iiumii wm miii,i,
l8tf-wn Supt Alexander Young Bli,
NOTICE TO HUILDEKS-The Union tapiess Co
has WHITE SAND FOR SALfe n.HI
WANTED-A male coo' at Si,
App y at cotlece office
WANTED At Sailors Home dining-rooms Re
Bular boarders i,t t to per week ' inelemeals
sic , short orders all day. rrenvh rooking, P
Lamb.rf, caterer. l.s7iw
.4ANTED Every man In ton loiklne for a rood
vv meal lo enl at Urunswlck Oyster and Chop
nouse t-ort ji
VWIIKIW at work, wa Iswhlle woman houskeeper
vv care of tw chldrin, sate wages Address
Mrs. L. Cordon P O 111 x it lotf-lf
A small lurnlshed cottage tir rmun by
a fouele wlthnul chlliren
state rtice k a
UANTLD Iikiver fir light wagon nust know
Gift fu lUht house wotk
M.bPl'liCOUl It lor private family
ttrvltie hov and coachman private place
SL'LD T ihiiuvmlnt OIIK I. Mnoon llullilng,
Merchant and Atakea Sts,
iXANTFD To SEiiDiAHfiMi andOeetRuiii'.
vv In the laiesi styles VaU.hes leralrel by .
welet ot is v.arssxrerience.
Ci, Ultl l, Fori st,
'ROOM AND BOARD
DOOMS AND BOARD, newly and nl.ely furnished
I mosult i p iKif. electilc lltlils also best table
Nurd onalnabte Special opening rales, rooms
Jll ,h ard $. per week. Helen s f.tiurl. adlolnlnc
I r-il'f BuilJIng. in Adam. Lane, off Hctel itr.et.
Tvlenlii.n VV till i,r, a..,.- n... '
THI LANfiT IN, King St .near South, nicely fum
1 Ishei rooms, and Jlnlng room In connrcll. n with
house Table b.iard.
Undrr management ol Mrs H
TO LET- Newly furnished rooms, mousiulto proof,
' t.rrn. .... .n.hlo Thl.,4 hn.- hKaub Idm..
ea room., mous iuiio rroor,
Third house above ci.rmaii
Ba cry, Tort St.
FOH PENT Nicely lurnlstiid lie-room collae.
onVlneyardSl cet.e n kmina ant Punchbowl
Address P U. honCiis loa&.t
TO Lb r-Furnlshed collate at Wahlawa. Addiess
II Vlahlawa. tooS-im
FOW RENT Small furnished front room ft.inper
raunlh, lifts I ort st be ow scIiim I .qio-iw
TO PENT A mosiulto priHif room, five mlnues
walk irom iram car in cool Jlstrkt
board II re,
quired, telephone service Address
TO LIT Modern 6 loom collage el strlc light,
inutjuuo rntnr. lurni.n.a rr unTurni.n.j
le.s IfHeslrel Address "H H llisolne
.. .'. I . :. ...... ' .7 :
IO ' fcT Newty lurr.lt.lifd rim $it month up
HeretaniaSt , cotnt-r Kveajnuku St , Mr Jellt,
FOR RFNTA new houvt on A'teihn atrret, of
ix roorrn with all modern Impr tmitt r-n
quire ot Chat, E. ( rather Consolidated ioJa Worka,
FH RENT Nely lurnUhed front ro mi for Cirn
tleman jt Vineyard St igajw
FOR RENT Twft() tioryhuut at Kkaullke-I,a
on Young tvtret-1 containing bed niornt. parlor,
Jlnlne room, kitchen, bath room and pitent water
clotM d wnttalrt. Kaplolenl bt'ale Ltd ii if
TO LET Nicely furnl&hed and airy rooms at Iht
Eli v 161 Hotel aircet tooA-imo
rO LET Two front roomi
No. v Ciarden Lane.
IP ou I'ava a houie for rent, or want to rent a
hoti, atlnn A K HINDI, office with Uulde
Publl.hlntrCo , Campbell II lock. Men hint stree.
Telefloie Main n ilTtf
OFriCCS FOIt HENT-Ib Brewer bulldlm;. Queen
trret, on reasonable terms Apply to C Brewer
8c Co t Ltd, itJ6i--mo
FOU AIETvsti phaetons I tood condition. One
uvtlonly a khorttims, Addrrtk"V X " Uul
luln t ftlce e- I9t1f
FOR SAIE Purnlture and lra'tM an nwn home
In tr"nd local hn lniulrt g Irretanla Si He
lwen I ort an J Nuuinu m i )?! f
FOH SLE-Hus and lart, Jot at Kalmuklon
easy paymt-nt Apply Campttlt Ulock roc in 38.
FOR SAI F-At very low prkes, In Hllo town One
lot at Riverside I'ark. commanding the bett view
of Ocean and Mountain Six Iota all fronting ttm
street, one cottage occupying middle lot and well
furnlkhed. For particulars apply to A. M Potemkln
FOR SALE Lots at Puunul. Llllha St , easy pay
ment Inquire Campbell Ulock, Room )S. ti-aw
FOR SALH-Lnt In McCully Iraci.'x, .;
Thrf Lot (n Kjpahulu, it)ott(. liy $tv
Lot on Beretvi a si , 110x50 JuJJ A Company,
Ltd. Office. IN 1 lor StJn(tnwalJ Bullitnc Tet.
Main til l.0 IJuMf. iqo-iI
.OR SALE -Cjrru. veal two orfour(Dosi do)
piano fin Mi, built by Crawford New Turk Bargain
owner leaving cify. 1054 Lunatllotl toti.iw
CTEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE-The "Talula" at
stm now ne in tn narror snt 11 a neany new
boat, rn terfr-r worklnor order, and hat been ol lata
UMd In to win it Kahutul Harbor W. H. I 'a la.
FOR SALE Corn-f grocery stort eitabllihtd lor
over two y art, hularfe and toad patronaee.
For further partld'ar apply by nail, Hllo, p o b. 7 0
FOR LEASE Large warehr.se on Quten street.
Apple Campbe'i Ulock.jroom ji, ior-s
FOR LEASC-Premlies on Union l wllh a front
aee of ..s feet nd a dep h ot to feet. Lonr
J rt MONSARKAT
Rooms so it Campbell lll.Kh.
New Vorl. Auj. 10. The Cunard
line steamship Lucauila. Captain Mc
Kay, vvhioh sailed from Liverpool for
New York on August 10th, was spoken
through the medium of wireless teleg
ruphy liy the Nantucket lightship
shortly alter 6 o'clock this evening.
The Herald shore station, to which
tnmo tha wireless m?ssagc from tho
lightship, h located nt Slasconset, u
favorite summer renort on the Island of
Nantucket At the Slasconset station
the Instruments about l o clock this
afternoon recorded the signals that
were being sent out from the lightship
Ktarthluj for the Lucnnala. rinally,
at about o'clock. It was demonstnrt
ed that the two vessels were In cm
munlratlou To make absolutely eer
tuln thdr clicult was temnorailly
broken to ask the light ship If the
I iicjiiU had beeu heaid from. Tho
nnsvver came back that the hlj Cu
nuidei ha ' -n rent lied. Prom tint
time until aftei 9 o'thek ms'.iKes
. VV flo tent It. .1 itrciri from 111" !
J lie louor.iu message was among
those lecelved at the lightship fiom tho
Luraula aud then transmitted nt the
lightship from the Lttcinln and then
transmitted to the, land station. It is
signed Ii) Captain McKay In command
o! the L'leanla "All well on board.
.. no t, . , .. ,
, " are 2Si miles from Sandy Hook,
and, with-clear weather, expeit to
reach New York harbor Satmday.
I I'leace Inform Cunard agents. Mv
WIRULUK8 AT CAPE RACE.
St. 3ohr.o N. I'., Aug. IS. The Brit
ish Admlralt) Intends to Install the
.Mm conl s)stem of wlieless telejiapb)
on Cape liar In older to tommunlciite
Willi the UrltUh io)ul ) at lit Ophlr
beating the Duke and Ducliess ot Coin-
wall and York when she appioaches
the Newfoundland coast In October.
Tho Idea Is to prevent the possibility
of nu uccldent to the Ophlr In waters
win re so man) stcameis have been
vvietked during thu present bcasou.
Those who appreciate the
class of photographic work
MISS CAROLINE HaSKINS
are cordially invited to inspect
specimens of her skill in her
reception room at the rear of
Art Stoie and
120 Hotel St.
MRS. W. L. EATON,
TEACHER Oh MUSIC.
Tel., Blue 1903.
WILTON LODUU, I'AWAA.
Has resumed teaching, ncancles for
limited number, of pupils. Special
terms for beginners or moro than ono
pupil in a family. 1025-lvv
Jas. F. Morgan
ii 6B Queen Street
Auction Sale ,
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 31,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom. G5 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction the follow
1 Columbus Surrey Iliirkhoard.
1 Courtland Iliickbouril.
1 Cut-under Surrey.
I Columbus i.lke lluggy. V
1 New Canop)-top lluggy. ''
1 Light Delivery Wagon wlm top.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Monster Auction Sale .v
Vehicles and Harness
ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2,
AT 1J O'CLOCK A. M,
At tho w alehouse on Kawalahao
street, e5no block trom the Sanltar)
Laundry and opposite II. Hackfcld
Co.'s stahlcs In Kcwalo, 1 will sell nl
I'ublle Auction about fllty vehicles of e
all descilptlons, consisting of:
'two horse Dumpcarts.
I"a Wagons, Lumber Gears.
Single and Double Dia)s.
HiinnboutH and n largo quantlt) of
Single and Douhlo Harness.
Saddles, ntc, Ltc.
JAS. F. MOR04N. ,
No More Dread
TECTH EXTRACTED AND TILLED
ADSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
i ut-ac- uru cue uui) ticniui parlors m
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. All
and apply gofd ciowns and porcelain
crowns undectecnble from natural teeth
ond wurrantcd for ten )ears, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by OltADUATED 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
us to do exactly as wo advertise. We
will tell you In advaneo exactly what
your work will cost hy a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth ....
Our namo nlono will bo a guarantee
that your work will be of tho besi.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Uulldlng, Hotel Street.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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