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F, A, Schaefer h Co.
JOHN DEWAR &
3111 Tort Street.
All the Lalest Books both
fn cloth and paper bindings.
Largest stock of miscellan
eous bonks in the Islands to
se!ect from. Any book not
in stock will be procured on
FINE SOCIETY STATIONERY
J. W. WEBB
We ipe now In the Automobile
ttuiltltnit nml iipc ppcpiipctl to turn
'tlic tlncnt livery In town.
RoiiptlePH Hiitc from (Ire, as
-.lie building Ik FIRE-PROOF. '
RING US UP!
Tel. Main 301
COME - I5ARLY
Don't Wiilt Till
they are nil gone
Appointed by Itoynl Wiippiutt
PureyePHl Scotch Whlnkcy
to HIh MuJcMty, King Uchwirtl
I'ineHt lixtpn tipccitil
Lnpgc Consignment dust
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice Ik hereby glcn that th6 ani
mals described below havo been Im
pounded In tuP Government I'mind at
I.MaKIKI, Konn. Island of Oaliu, and
.unless the nouiid fees and dnmnges
Inre sooner sntlsllcd will he sold ul
the date hereafter named according to
September 0. 1901 One white how,
! branded J3 on left hind leg.
The above animal will bo sold at IS i
o'clocl: noon Saturday. September ;l,
l!)nl. ir not called for lieforo the nbov.)
date mentioned. ,
1937-3t Pound Master.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
School Children's Tickets
Half-fate school rhllilreu'B tickets
may bo purchased from tho (onductois
on the enrs. or at the company's ouleo
on Alapal street. These will be good
far the transportation of school e-hll-
Klrf ii lilt t, 17 l,l,a nf n.n 1,1 li'l.
i,.-.. il. IV. . jvu.o i.i unu ... (."I9
to and coming from school, between
the hours of 7:30 and 9:30 a. in., and
1 and 2:3n p. m. on regular school
C. C. Ballentyne.
Manage. H R.T. & L. Co'
Notice to Creditors.
THE UNDERSIGNED. V. K. A55-
hill, hereby gives notice that ho hart
been appointed administrator of the
estato of Charles Koesch. late of Ho
nolulu, deceased. All creditors of tab!
deceased are notified to present their
claims duly nuthentkated anil with
in oner touchers If any exist, whether
seemed by mortgage or otherwise, at
the Queen Hotel, in Honolulu, within
six months from this uate, or they will
bo forever haired, and nil portions in
debted to said estate of Chariot
Rocsch uro lequested to maWo Imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
V. K. AZ1IILL,
Administrator of Chailes Koesch, de
ceased. Honolulu. Sept. 10, 1901. l3S-3t
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Will eugngo laborer's In tho Hawaiian
Island! and furnish thorn to planta
tions. Individuals, firms or cm pota
tions. Will undertake contract work
and furnish experienced mid reliable
continctors. Oiders promptly at
tended. Telephono 230 Main. P. O. box 877.
Oillcn loom ;io7, Judd building, Fort
Thoso wishing reliable horses, ex
perlrnced drivers, new rigs, fair prices
and courteous treatment should cnll at
the Territory Stables. Their telephone
number Is Main 33. They deliver and
call for rlgB free of charge.
Lessees .Messrs. l'olluiil
Manager Mr.. C. A. l'ollari!
SEPT. 1 8th, 1901
m OPENlRKi Ml
of sixty pel foi mcra In thu charm
ing Japanese toinlc opurn
For the First Time In Honolulu.
During llio Compiinyg Season hero
they will penurm
"The Belle of New York"
"A Gaiety Girl"
"The Lady Slavey"
"La Mascotte," Etc., Etc.
flraiitl Oichcstrn ami Chorus miller thu
.Mr. A. It. Moiilton
Mr. E. Nablo
..Mr B. J. 1'ollar.l
Miss Annie ..lonre
. . ..Mm. fj. Samson
..Mr. Geo, Rrutiton
....Mr. I?. Coiincill
Mr. A. Leuy
The box plan
now open at wall.
Nichols Co., where seats ran ho hail.
.$1.50, $1 50c
Boxes $12, $10, $8.
I lawn. Hotel.
Tho undersigned, M. A. Gonsnlves,
as administrator of the estate ot A.
C. Postann. deceased, hy virtue of nn
oriter mailo anil issneil hy the Hon
nrahlo George I), (tear. Second Judge
or the Circuit Court of the Klrst Cir
cuit. Territory of Hawaii, In Probate,
ot Cliunibeis, authorizing anil licens
ing the said administrator to sell nil
the real estatu belonging to the said
estate. Iicicliy elves notice that no
.will sell nt public auction, to tho hlgl:
.esi bidder, at the salesroom of Jam-
I-'. Mnigan, No. r.3 Queen street. In Ho-
tmlulu. Island of Onhii. Territory or
I Hawaii, on Satiiiduy. the 28th day of
September. A. I). 1901, at 12 o'eloWt
noon, all or that parcel or' land witn
impiovements thereon situate In Ho
nolulu aforesaid, and popularly Jo
That certain lot or parcel of land
hounded mauka by home ot John Oil
deiklrk. WnlMkl. by property of V.
II. HoogH inaKai, by Enps lane, ami
fiwn by Maklki street, lying opposito
piopeity of W. l.lshman nml It.
I.Ishman, and particulaily desciibed
as follows, to wit:
All 01 mat certnin parcel or lanu sit
uate on the east sldo of Mahlld street
In Honolulu. Island of Oahu. fronting
141 feet on said Makikl street, with a
depth of 10 feet, being a portion of
Itoyal Patent, No. 0033, and containing
an aiea of about 22,890 square fool,
and being tho same premises convey jd
to A. u. Pestana hy the rollowlug
deeds, to wit:
Deed of Manuel Enos, dated Septem
ber Kith, 1888. and recorded In liber
112. page 214.
Deed of.T. S. Mat ton. dated Sontom
ber loth, 1888, and recorded In Jlli-er
112. pugo 243.
A portion nf tho land described in
the deed of J. S. Mattos. dated July
18th. 1893, and recorded In liber 135.
All recorded In tho office of Ilia
Registrar of Conveyances In Honolulu
Said sale being subect to confirma
tion of the, said Couit.
Terms c-OBh In, U. S. Oold Coin.
ween at me cxpenso or tho pur
chaser. 1-or further Information annlv to tho
undersigned administrator, or ot the
office of said James F. Morgan.
unieu at Honolulu. Sept. 11th. 1901.
M. A. GONSALVHS,
Administrator of the Estato of A. C,
Pestann. dec eased.
1. M. I.ONO.
Attorney for Administrator.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. ITHST
Circuit of the Territory of Hawaii, In
Pilbate, at Chambers. In tho matter
of the estate of Chlng Ahl. late of
Honolulu, Oahu. deceased. Intestate.
Petition having been.,flled by Chlng
Hong Wa Ahl, son of said Intestate,
praying that Letters or Admlulstratlo-i
upon said estato ho Issued to him. It
In ordered Hint Friday, tho 18th dav
ot Oitober, A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock
a. m., in tho Judiciary building, Ho
nolulu, is appointed the time and place
lor hearing said petition, when and
where all persons concerned may ap
pear and show cause. If any they
have, why said petition should not ho
Honolulu, September 7th, 1901,
Hy tho Court:
P. D. KELLETT, JR..
i939 4t Sept. 11. 18, 25; Oct. 2.
NOTICE TO JURORS.
No Jurors summoned to attend
either as grand or petit Jurqrs for tho
special teim of court to bo hold Sop
tomber 10th In tho Circuit Court of
tho Klrst Circuit at Honolulu will bu
excused from serving upon their re
spective Juries excepting for good
causa shown, supported by affidavit,
or unless' It Is made to appear to tho
Court that they' are exempted by law,
GEO. I). GEAR.
Presiding Judge. Klrst Clicult.
lllank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by tho bulletin Publish
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Scptcm
her 11. Temperature Morning mini
mum, 69; Midday maximum, 84.
Bniumeter ut 9 a. in, 30.00. Steady.
Dew Point C1K.
Humidity at 9 n. m. 59 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Sep
tember 11. Weather limy; wind ficsh
Tuesday, Sept .10.
T. K. K. Hongkong Mnru, I'll in or,
C days nom San Kiauclsco.
, II. 9. 3. Orcconlan, Williams, 9
days from San Pranclsco.
Stmr. Lohita, Napala, fmni Molokai
Schr Rob Hoy. from Pearl harbor.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, from
Wednesday, Sept. 11.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Oregory, Irom Ka
uai. Htnir. Ke An Hon, .Moshcr,ronj
Tuesday, Sept .10.
tmr. Cl.tudlne, Parlier, for Maul
Stmr. W. O. Hall. Thompson, for
hciir. Twilight, for Hllo,
Stmr, Nllliau, Tliomnson. for Ann-
iicla and llanamaulii
Schr. Ellipse, Towntcnd, for Kon.i
stmr. wainleale. Plitz, for Kan.il
btmr. Nneau, Wyman. for Maul and
Wednesday, Sept. 11.
O. S. S. Mariposa, Ronnie, for San
rranclBio, nt,3 p. m.
lir. stmr. llrltnnnla, Keach, rur
London via Singnporo.
Stmr. l.clittR, Nnp.tln, for wlndvard
.Moloknl and Maul ports, at .1 p. m.
Schr. Mol Wahlue, for Pauullo, at
3 p. in.
O, S. S. Mnrlposa, Ronnie, for San
I'rnnclseo, at 3 p. ms
T. K. K. Hongkong Muni, Kilmer,
for the Orient, nt p. m.
Am. schr. Alice Cooke, Penhallov.',
lor the Sound,
Am. ship Henry Viilard, Lewis, fo.
From San Kranclsco. per S. 8.
Hongkong Mnru, September 4.
Passengers to lay over at Honolulu
D. E. Crook, .Mrs. Crook, (leo. Wood-
waid Smith, Mrs. Woodwanl Smith,
M. do Mnntllle. For Yokohama Mr.
S. E. Adams. A. Husehell, Mrs. Dm
ihell. two children and two servants;
Dr. I). Depuy. T. Kuiachl, K. Ou.i7.u-
l.a. S. Segawa, Miss Emma Wlllard,
I". J. Nelll. Tor Shanghai Mm, R.
Dunn. Miss A. Hager, Miss A. Rill.
Rev. R. A. Haden, Mrs. linden, two
children mid infant. Dr. (lertrudeVrnft.
Kor Hongkong S. 1). Ilradford. Mis.
II. llurlio. Inlant nml innld: Mrs K
do (Innn. Mrs. E. T. Earl. (3. T. Kord
Mrs. I'ord. Mrs. C. M. Johnston. Mri.
J. Johnstone, Mis. 11. M. I.niuunt,
Mrs. V. Lnthani, Ed. Schnutenhaus
Mrs. Schniiteiilinus, A, II. Whitney,
Tor thu Orient, per T. K. K. Hong
kong Mnru. September 11. E. V
Meeks, O. II. Eddy. II. T. Dustln.
Jr.. A. Slinons. A. I.. Voting. N. I..
Ouidnii. Dr. (i. Krelg nml wife. II
P. Colfeld, E. C. Stonell. ,I. Mori-
oka. R. C. Jones. Mrs. K. I.. Stionir,
Miss M. I,. Strong. T. I.. Unhniii.
Mrs. N. Mnsudn and child.
Kor Maul ports, per stmr. Clnudlno.
September 10. Mnrla Pukol, Mrs. II.
Kolomoku. Mib. A. T. Hagenkamp,
Mrs. I.. Joseph, John Kamamiwal, K.
.. Cutting. R. It. Church. J. M. Ko
ko. Teng Wong, C. Ynknam, Xlrs. O.
II. Jennings, A. Sinclair. J W. Rob
ertson. Rev. J. E. Klklpl. S. N. I.u
kua. Mrs. II. Akuna, Miss M. E.
Alexnndcr, Miss E. Coolege, Miss K.
Kor Kaual pors. per fctnir. W. fl.
Hall. September 10. Miss Kahlle. II.
ti. iirouie. j. . Kawc. ur. Handow
and who, J..W, Donald, Clms. Crelgh-
ton, F. I.. Peteison. II. It. Smyth. V.
II. MrClanahan, Kell Kupu, Clms. Day,
Kor San Krnnclst-o, per O. S. S.
Mariposa. September 11. A. Enos
and son. Dr. C. K. Hiimphiis. Clem
ent O. Smith. Miss I.. A. Curtis. Miss
Collins. M. E. Sturgeon. K. C. Raid
win. Rev. C. A. Ilyilo and child. Miss
M. Reynolds. Miss K. Orlmnno. C.
C. Kennedy, and wife. Mis. McQundo
and maid, W. E. T. Wcumaitn, E. M
Clark. Master Hockley. Miss H. E.
Ormsby. Mrs. A. Ormsby. J. II. Es
tes. A. II. Wagner. Miss M. E. Hlten
coil;, J. 8. Espy, W. J. Orlmane. W.
Thompson. A. Krles. 11. K. Penke. f!.
I. Lewis. K. Wheyman. M. Duff v. .
(1. Holt. II. A. Spencer. II. K. Selbv.
C. W. Dunston. S. T. Alexander, C.
A. De Cow, ll. C. Ill-own. C. II. John
son, fl. Johnson. W. O. Smith. L. K.
Smith, Mrs. MrQuade. Miss McQuade,
C. C. Hopkins. M. Rosenhladt. J. H.
Srhnack, Jean Gernidy, A, II. Canhy.
The trial of Joseph Hnrtman for sell
lug liquor at retail under a wholesale
license, was continued in the Police
Court yesterday ojtcrnoon. Defen
dant was found guilty ant sentenced to
pay a flno or 230 and costo. It has
not yet been decided whether the cuss
will ho appealed tiameonn, tho native
who was put on the stand hy the
prosecution and who told n different
story altogether from tlm one he gave
Deputy Sheriff Clillllngwoi... preview
to the trial, was ariested after the
trial on tho charge of perjury. He
was released In tho evening on uirnlsh
Ing hull In the sum of $250.
Edgar Caypless has succeeded in
raising thirty-two of tho largest bait
lett peaiH or any that havo over been
seen In tlio Islands. They wore grown
nl his placo on Pllkol street, which is
n very few feet above tho level of tho
sea. Wray Taylor has one or the
pears on show ut tlTtj Department of
Agilculture and Korestry.
Captain E. F, Cameron has been ap
pointed agent and surveyor fpr Hip
Amcrlcnn Recoul of Shipping In this
All bills against the Department of
Public Works or any Ruieau thereof
for purchase of materials or supplies
must ho presented at tno oillce of tin
Superintendent of Public Works not
later than tho fifth day of the suc
ceeding month to ensure prompt nml
mrly attention to the same.
JAS. II. 110YD.
Suptrof Public Works.
SHIRT WAIST COLLARS
STYLE AND COMFORT
COMBINED : : :
Be Advised and Try One
Ad). In this column will ba Inserted
at 15 cents a tine one Insertion; 25
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; -10 cents two weeks, and 60
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people cf
GET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tnbles before buying elsewhoro; hold
1. ...in. n,i.'ii,llitu fttll l,llalilltlU til".
guarnntrcd for twenty years, rind
nro made hy n new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tnbles lilted with our cush
ions are ns good as new; satisfaction
BiinranteiMl or money refunded. See
our advertisement of "Manager
Wanted" for lawful slot machine.
Palmer Milliard Table Works, Chi
cago, Ills. 193"-2m
MRS. HORTON Ii ivlnx returned Trnm
her vlRlt to the Coast, will resiimo
Pianoforte Tuition Wednesday, Sep
tember 11. Residence. SI Vlneyaul I
bt. 19,17-1 in
REDHOUSS Tho Wntehmnker, is la
catod nt Ilir Alnkea St. Special at
tention glH'ii to lino wntcli repair
IF YOU HAVE n house for rent or
want to rent u house, sco A. R.
DINDT. Collections cniefuli) it
tended to and piomptly remitted.
Oitlco 115 Knahmnanu street. 1893-1 1
NOTICE The grounds oi tho Alexan
der Young building, and the private
street to ho hnown ns lllshop street,
lire closed to tho public until lur
(Signed) WM. -MUTCH.
J 878-3m Supt. Alex. Young llldg.
NOTICE TO" BUILDERS The Union
Expiess Co. has WHITE oANI) KOR
WANTED Position hy a young lady
as stenographer; experienced. L.
II.. I0. box 303. ip3ltr
MANAGER WANTED in every largo
county to appoint agents for tho In
mous "(Inmo o" Skill" nickel slot
machine for drinks or clgar: law
ful everywhere; takeH place of nil
foi bidden slot machines. Rented oi
sold on easy payments. Sei;iiro ter
ritory ipileK. Palmer Billiard Tabic
Woiks. Chiuigo, Ills. 1937-2n
WANTED Young lady stenographer
(o net also as eushtcr; must In good
at figures. Address Postofllco Ilo
407. 1933-1 w
WANTED Two or threo rooms lor
light housekeeping, furnished or un
furnished. Amerlcnu couple, no chil
dren. Address I)., P. O. Ilo 434.
1 033-1 w
WANTEO A position as bookkeeper
by lady with fifteen yenrs' experi
ence. Address A. C. A. E Postolnre
box 231. 1932-2W
WANTED To sell Diamond nndOpal
Rings, In tho latest btyles. Watches
repaired by a jeweler of 35 years'
experience!. O. D1ICTZ, Fort street,
near Hotel. 1808-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND BOARD Newly and
nicely liirnlsucu mosquito pi oof,
electric lighta; also best tnblo
board; terms reasonable; Helen's
Court, adjoining Ellto building, on
Adam's lane, off Hotel street. Tele
phone White 34t. 1915-lm
TO LET Kurnlshed room, $5 per mo.
Also front room furnished. only't10.
53 Vineyard St. 1037-lf
TO LET Two
furnished room, mos-
No. 2 King Place, oft
TO LET One large furnished room
for two, mosquito proof, electric
light, adjoining bnth room, good lo
cation on car lines'. Address O., Hul
letln oillce. 1934-lW
TO LET House at presilit occupied
by Mrs. I). Center, Young street ex
tension near McCully tract. Apply
E. F. Bishop, C. Ureuer & Co., Queen
St. . 1932-tI
TO LET Newly lurnlnhed rooms,
v mosquito proof, terms reasonable.
Third house above Gerniun llakory,
Kort St. 1930-tt
FOR RENT Kurnlshed and unfurnluh
en rooms. Fort street, corner Vine
yard, upstairs. Mrs. J, K. Scott,
fOR RENT One four room cottage,
with one 2-rooiu cottage adjoining on
Peterson lane, Pnlama, Address M,
K, P.. this ofilwi. 1934-1 w
OFFICES FOR RENT In Brewer
building, Queen St., on rcnsonablo
terms. Apply to O. Drewer & Co,
Ltd. , 1801-3m
the neck of your ihlrt waist like
'','.v that? It isn't at all artistic. "
"Because, John, It's so hot rere."
s said the bride, "And, besides, low
'. neck Is all the style in the East
now." Two cood
ones, too; but we wonder If that ' . K
bride had been introduced to the '
BIIIRT WAIST COLLAR. w-r
Made of dainty laces and ribbons,
it can be worn with any shirt j
waist, adding prettily to the appear
ani-e of that garment, and taking '
away the unfinished look which it
has when the neck band Is merely
folded in. They don't cost much
either. A dollar will jnable you
to try the experiment.
Whitney & Marsh,
FOH RENT Hiui room cottnge with
bath; mosquito proof, with shades,
electric light: ?2S. No. 3 King
Plate, lleretnnln St., block and half
from llaw'n Hotel. Enquire K. E,
King. Cottage flrove.
TO RENT Six loom cottnge on Mat
tock Ave.; electric lights; sanitary
plumbing, etc. Apply (1. 1I P. U.
box 303. 1939 tf
FURNITURE Kor sale,
room cottuco (now) with privilege
of renting cottage nt $17 per month.
Call No. 023 Marmlon St. 1938-lf
TO RENT Residence of Dr. J. 8.
Mcdiow, cor. of lleretnnln and
Richard Sts suitable for doctor k
nrllpit or private residence. Apply
to Dr. J. S. McOrew. Lunalllo, cor.
Hackfeld, or J. T. Metlrew, lllshop
FOR RENT One-hnir.ol stole in Lin
rtdn block. 17C King street. II. E.
FOR RENT Nicely riTrnlshed live
loom cottngo on Vineyard St., be
tween Emma and Punchbowl. Ad
dress P. O. Rox 012. 192,S-.f
Ti RENT A iiinsnultn proof room.
tlve minutes" wnllc lium tramcar In
cool district board If retiulred; tel
ephono service. Address "E.." Ilul
lonli. ' 1920 tf
FOR RENT A new house on Arte
sian St., of six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of Chas.
E. Krashcr, Consolidated Soda
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
KekuuIlUe-pa. on Young St.. contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet downstairs. Knplolani
Kstnte, .Ltd. 1921-tf
IF you hnvo a liouso for rent, or want
to rent a house, call on A. R. DINDT,
oUlie with Guide Publishing Co..
Campbell block. Merchant St, Tel
ephone Main 374. 1847-tf
FOR SALE Stelnway pnrlor . grand
piano; period condition. Call on
Will E. Klsher. 1938-tf
FOR SALE Now nml second-hand
Smith Premier typewriters for snlo
or rent. All make!) repaired. Wash
ington Light Co. 1933-lm
FOR SALE Two phaetons In good
condition. One used only n short
time. Address 'vV-X..' Hulletln of
FOR SALE Furniture and leasa of a
13-room house In good location. In
quire 59 Reretnnla bt.. between Kort
and Nuiianu Sts. 1923-.f
FOR SALE Lot in McCully tracL
190x90. J.2.200; three lots In Knpa
hulii. 19.000 square feet. $1,400; lot
on Reretnnla St., 150x50. Judd &
Co.. Ltd. OIIlcc No. 307 Stangon
wnld building: telephone Main 223;
1. O. Rox 007 1910-tf
STEAM LAUNCH' FOR SALE The
"Tnlula," ns she now lies In tho har
bor. Sho Is n nearly now boat, tn
pel feet working order, and has been
of late used in towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. H. Pain.
FRESHSTRAW Tho Union Express
Co. has a lot of ficsli rice straw lor
FOR LEA8E Iirgo warehouse on
Queen St. Apply Campbell block,
loom 38. 1927-2W
FOR LEASE Premises on Union St.,
with u frontage of 242 feet and a
depth oi 70 feet. l,ong term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. .UONBARHAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell blcck,
LOST If tho young lady, who, by
nilstnke or otherwise, took away
from Piogress Hall last 8ATHU
DAY evening a white cashmere,
blue sntlu-llacd cape, with white
swansdown edging, will roturn It lo
the Rulletlu oillce, she will ennrer u
THE WOMAN that found bllver rluj,
with blue set In water near stone
wall below quarantine station, return
to this olllco and reielvo liberal re
HAWKS In Newman, Cal to the wife
ut R. II. Hawks (nee Mary Dower of
Honolulu), a twelve pound son.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Y DEAR" said the
'Why do you
on turning in
reasons : true
las. F. Morgan
ii 88 Queen Strset
ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 12,
AT 1U O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 03 O'teen street, I
will sell at Public- Auction n choice ra.
lection of household lurnittire, con
sisting of beds, bureaus, washBtamlk
cliulrn, sideboard, oMenslon dining ta
ble, wardrobe, pictures, mirrors, nnv
ruxs, line loiter top office desk and
ihatr, two blcclofl, etc., etc.
Jars. F. Morgan,
FERNS AND PLANTS
ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 12th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
nt my salesroom, 03 Queen Btreet, I
will sell nt Public Auction n largo
number of cholco ferns, palms and
JAS. F. MORGAN.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our lato scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are tho only dental parlors la
Honolulu hnving PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecablo trom natural teetb
njid wurranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department tn 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 ndvam-o exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth SS.00
Gold CrownH $5.00
Gold FllllnilH $ I.OO
Silver Filling! no a
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street v
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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