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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H..T., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18, 1901.
f I lift" I
Out of business? Not by n Jug full. We have liotiRht oilt
tlio I'aclflc Cjclo Co, net iloor to Killers', and have Just re
ceived 150 Columbia, Cloelnml nnd Knniblcr lllccle, besides
a full lino of shelf hardnaiu. Thing look like a InrgcslzeM
beehive down here ami we wimt ou to mino Brounil to see us.
E. O. HALL & SON,
ALAKEA. ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees In full bearing, bananas
and pineapples, all InslJe. Evcyhocly Invited.
We are making a sprclalty of stlllnp. the verv
best KONA COFFEE, and will asure you of
th' best sitl-factlon if bought .it : : : : :
C. J. DAY & CO.
efiTGrewrle delivered free to all nuts of the cltv.
SIXTH CELEBRATION OF
tfi he held
Saturday, Sept. 21, '91
COMMENCING AT Ht0 A. M.
1. SWoaied sibling sent ban
f 1 00
for all. Pilze, 3(. troph
2. Six oared gig raio, htatlonno
kocs. Prize. $30.
3. Slx-odied sliding seat liaise,
iiibhman race Prize. i; trophy
4. First class jacht lace Fliit
prize $50 tiophj ; second, $10, trophy
5. Second class uc lit inc. 1'lrst
prize. $35 Uoph), secoml, $20, troph.
il. Third class yacht inee Fust
pilzc, $..0 trophj second, $20 ttoph).
third. $15 trophy
7. Fourth clasj jucht race. 1'iist
pilee. ?25 tiophy, second. $20 trophy.
8. Tug of war between JapaueHit
fishing boats Pilze, $20.
9. Swimming race, 100 jardi
stialghtaway. Prize. $15.
10. Diving contest tor time. Prize
iN'TnTtMlSSION FOR I.UNCII.
11. Font oaied shell nice. PlUe, $25
12. Whaleboat lace. First prize, $30;
13. Six paddlo ennoe race. Firs'
nrlze. $20. Becond $15.
t4. Intermediate ak oaied hargi
ince sliding seat. Prize, $25 tiophy.
15. Steamer bout tace. Hist, $30;
IB. Sailing canoo race First piizj.
$20, second, S10
17. Half-mile, more m less, swim
mine contest. Prize. $15,
18 Fouroaicd merchant shlpV
brats. First prize, $20, becond, $10,
19 Tvvo-oaied shorn boat. Fllst
pilze, $15; second. $10.
20 Twooaied sliding seat race In
boats fiom (lermiuy. PiUtt $20 tru
Above piognim subject to ehang"
Haces open to oil. No entrj foes.
Swimming nnd diving inecH open tin
HI stmt of races.
All lowing laces ure to be goveinol
b tho ratlni; rule3 or tho Haw al Inn
Knch entry shall Includo tho nnmo of
tho boat, or If It hnvci none tho unnn
of the person who enters it In the race.
Entries cloao with J. W Smithies nt
Pacific Hardware Co. at 5 p. in, Wed
nesday, September 18, 1901.
For further Information apply to tho
negatta Committed or the secretary.
J. W. Smithies. 1942 tf
Sealed tenders will bo received by
the Hoard of Flro Commlssloncis. Ho
nolulu Flro Department, at their of
fice, Cential Station, until 12 o'c leu it
noon October 8th, 1901, for supplying
tho Department with a team of two
"these hor'ses to be sound and!"" "ttoiney In fact
o, weigh about 1500 lbs. each, .,..,.., ,. ,'
1 17 hands high, ago between 7 Honolulu. Sent- ";,
and 8 years old. ami must pass insper-
tlon by tho Oovernment Vcterlnaiy
Surgeon nnd meet the apptoval or tho
Chief Engineer aftor two weeks' trial;
delivery to bo inado within W) days ift
er notlllcntlon of acceptance of tender.
The Commissioner reseivo the
right to reject any or all bids.
K. R. O. WALLACD.
Becietary Doard of CommlsBlouoi",
Honolulu Fire Department.
HEARD BY CENTRAL
"Hello! Who's speaking?"
"This is E. 0. Hall $ Son."
"E. 0. Hall & Son! Why, I
thought you were burnt out of
We nre now In the Automobile
lliillillng unci iic prcpiipcil to turn
the finest livery In town.
Hourclers safe from fire, iim
the hulhlhijv Ik FIRE-I'liOOP.
RING US UP!
Tel. Main 301
Honolulu. Sept. 12,
To whom it may concern.
Pursuant to section 7. Ait 20 of the
Se-sslcin Laws of 1901, of which the
lolhiwlng Ib a cop)
It shall bo tho duty of every per
son en corpointlou doing business for
profit to keep full, icgular nnd arcur
ate books of accounts upon which nil
Its tiansactlcms shnll bo entered from
day to day In tegular older, which
l hooks shall he open to the inspection
of the Assessor or tile division or nn
pel son nuthorucd by him to Inspect
the same during business horns.
A. D. Scrlmgi'our, Ilsq , Is hereby
authorized to inspect the hooks and
verify the returns of all thoso who
may he Hablo for taxes under the In
come Tax Law of 190), In the' Flmt
JAS. W. PRATT.
Assessor, First Division, Oahu.
WM. II. WRIGHT,
'lieasurer Territory of Hawaii.
Dining my absence from this city
COL. THOMAS FITCH will act for mo
Prof, J H. Amino, violinist and
teacher, who has been suffering from
a soveio ultncl; of typhoid fcvei at tho
Queen's Hospital, is convalescing and
will meet Intending pupils at tho homo
of Mr. Win. Frnzeo, VlueyaiU
street, neai hospital. Telephone Illue
The steamship City of l'ara from
Port Los Angeles with 407 Porto HI
inns .ibonid united on the harbor
last evening atnout 10:30 o'clock,
bringing the news of the attempted
nssathlnatlun of President McKlnlcy.
'I he vessel left Port l.os Angeles
nt ! o'clock on the moinlug of the 8th
Inst, and had a good trip to port. She
ne-arlv ended her oage on the reef
at Diamond Head, huwovei, ns she
was amhoicd close Into the bench
tht re when boaulod by Pflot Macatilay
who fortunate)) got her out of her
(As It was tun late foi the doctor to
board the essel hist evening she win
again anchored to leeward of the chan
nel -:.) this morning Dr. Hihrcnbcis
went to lit r. When It mine to count
liig nokts however Hit re were eighteen
laliureis short. On Oils nrcoiint ths
veskel was not i;l(ii piiietlque and she
was ordiud to the channel whaif
where nil (he paspengeis will be put
nshore lined up, and counted.
'I his lot of InboieiB Is vcr supcrlcr
In looks and physical fitness to foi-
nicr shipments and the general henlth
on the tilp wns good.
The Vinlurn mnrte the run from
Son Franclico In lle dajs seicntc:i
bouts and n half The strainer ex
perienced the finest l.lnd of vvpnth'ir
and although n shnrp lookout was
kept for the Chlnn. which wns to hna
hailed a half hour after the Oceanic
boat, nothing, was seen of her.
The Ventma btought IIS pasoen
beis. It,'1 hags of mall nml 40 tons of
f i eight foi this port. She will tnke
f l tons of coal here nnd lene hi
evening for the Coionles. Among tho
Mssengers nt riving nre many well-
SHAMROCK TRIAL. 8 'IN,
N'ew York. Sept. 9. After n suecesi
f it 1 trial spin of two and n half hours
todny the Shnniioekieturned to ho."
moorings In the bay. Tim acht sail
ed on one tack In n good southwesterly
breere out through (ledney channel to
Sandy Hook lightship, thence to the
southward, nbout 4:25 o'clock. Her
speed on the beam reach coming in
from the lightship was undoubtedly
between fomteen and sixteen knots.
8h- covered nil told nbout twenty
miles while she was out. She madu
fast for the night at 5:30 p. in.
Ilrlstol, It. I.. Sept. 9. llaio of flags
or sails and out of commission, tho
rViiintllntlnn nrtlvnal liom tlila nftnr.
noon Horn Newport In tow of tho ten.
dcr Mount Morris. She was liroiulit
here to be dismantled, after which alio
wilt be towed to New London.
. Miss I,. Uoanlmnii wns n lotiirnliis
passenger fiom the Coast this morii'
All bills due W. W. Wright's car
riage manufactory will be collected ov
3. Dec leer or Win. Fernandes; any oth
er receipts given by any one will not
bo recognized by me.
W. W. WKIOIIT
1!)45-Sept. 18. 20. 21. 24. 2fi, 28..
. Oct. 1. 3. 5.
I.cain to diaft jmir own patterns.
Now Is jour time to git Instruction
to use tho celebrated .McDowell sjstem
of gaiment tutting. For particular
nppl) to MRS. A. M. MIH.I.IS.
Agent for the Hawaiian Territory.
Honolulu, Sept. IS. 1M01.
1051 Fort stieet, upstairs; 'Phono
llhlP 3001. 1!)4S-lw
...Mr.. C. A. Pollairt
Wednesday, September !St!i. 1901
of sixty perfiumeis In tho chai til
ing Japanese comic opera
For the First Time In Honolulu.
FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
SCPTEMHCR UO nnd HI.
"The Bslle of New York"
NEXT SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
nt :t p. in.,
FIRST GRAND MATINEE.
"The Belle of New York."
Children half price to all parts of Theatre,
Doors open (it 7l!IO
Overture " 800
CurrlnfttH " 10:110
PRICES $1.50, $1,
Boxes $12, $)0, $8.
A. II. POLLARD.
Huwn. Hotel. Rus. Mgr,
ilD MM N
Weather Ilureatt, Punahou, Septcm
her 18. Temperature Morning mini
mum, G7; .Midday maximum. 84.
Dnromcter nt 9 a. in, 29.97 Steady.
ltnlnfall 0 00.
Dew Point G4F.
Humidity nt 9 a. in. f9 per tent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Sep
tember 18. Weather clear; wind light
Tuesdaj, Sept. IT. J
O. S. S. Siena, HoudUtte, from tliui
Str. Ledum, Nnpala, from Molokal. j
P. M, S. S. Clt) of Para, fiom Port
l.os Angeles. J
Wednesday, Sent. IS.
Str. lwalinl, Green, from Kauai,
O. S. S. Vintuin, Vnn urtenclorp, "i ,
ehis 1 bouts, 3J minutes fiom San
Tuesda), Fept. 17. !
nil. W (I. Hall, Thompson foi Kn '
i.nl ports, j
Str. Clatidlnc. Put Kit. for Maul.
Str. Maul, Burnett, for I'nnithmi nnd I
Sloop Kilulnnl. for Pearl Harbor. j
Sclir. Wiilnlua, for Hanalel nnd Ku
Str. N'llhati, W. Thompson, for liana
mniihi, Ahuklnl nnd Anahola, i
Sir. Keauhou, Mushcr for Kami
pall, llniiokaii nnd Kukulhae le.
Schr. Kaullkcncmll, for lloiinlpu. ho-
Wedneda. Sept. 18
O. S. S Sierra. Houdlette. for Sin
SA1UNO THIS AFTERNOON. '
Str. Hanalel, for Kauai with Porto J
Hleniis. Special trip. (
passengers departed. '
Tor Kona ports, per stmr. Mniiu.i I
l.oa. September !!. C. Andicw.
Mrs. I). Wntau, J. O. Axtell and
wife, Mrs. Sam Kane, .1. It. liens-1
stroin. Airs. Kamauohn and Miss Kv
lor Knual ports, pel stmr. W. O.
llnll. September ii. r.. de Lacy, W.
11. Kite, W. E. Skinner, llev. Felmv.
II. Atwnter. Y. .nnaka, I". Hatton, I
. Fernandez. J. Mr
Candless, I,. Sorenson. W. II, Mlvr,
W. II. Lle, Miss Mary mte. E. C
Ilrown, Miss Kapu, A. llutMioltz, P
Schneider, W. Mers.
ror San Francisco, per O. S. S. Si
t Unti.tnl.ni. 1 (1 I t, fl.ilf i, ll.
,n.l ,,,,. rlill,l..f, flau r 1 fn,l... '
Miss U. Clarh, W.O. Smith! Saturn,!
Mahelona, George A. Howaid. T. F.
Dredge, wife, three cMilldren nn4 '
maid; A. Young, Mtas Klce, y,)a
Spleher. .Mrs. J. O. Carter, Mrs. Al
lan, Mis. Orcen, .V C. Loveltin. Pint.
W. D. Alexander ami wile, Mr. nil I
Mrs. Fred. Smith. A. F. Afong, Capt.
C II. Hudson, Miss M. K. Alexnndei,
Mr Cotter. Mrs. A. A. Montntio, Mite
Margnret Davison. O. W. doodah'.
Charles II. Keeler, wile and child,
Miss Valentine. M. It. Hlgglns, C.
J. Ilutehlns, II. K. Selby, Mrs. W.
O. Atv aternnd child, It 1. Moore, C.
t. Kenned, Mrs. Basil lticRtts and
tuny. r,cx- Jo'"1 Osborne and wife, I
A. Oilman nnd wife. Judge Hartvvcdl
W F. Wilson. C. A. Hnrtwell. Wll
llam James. Rev. C J, II. Van De.i
lln nnd son, A. W. Catter and wife,
A. C. Uehr, Miss rails, A. J. Camp
bell and wife, three children and mabl,
,1. w. Ucrrstrom, o. S. McKenzie, S
1". Alexander, A. II. Wagner, Mi.
and Mrs. Holland, Mis. J. Shutte. A
J. Dalllnger. II. PelsU, S. J. pel
i:. Swert. (1. Dates. S. IllncK. J. If.
Congdon, John Williams. .M. J. Ha-(NOTICE The grounds oc the Alcxati
nawalt. A. Hums. J. W. Cavauauge. der Young building, and tho private
ten soldiers. ,!lss Man N. Carter, Ml I Htivet to bo lenown as Illshon street.
and Mis. Holmes nnd child, K. i:,
Henderson. A. W. Heen. A. II. F
rtenton. II. C. Drown. A. D. Lloyd
Miss I.lovd. .iiidgo Dustln, Dr. Hum
plires. Sam Parker, V. J. ivaue, .Mrs
A. M. Collins. Mrs. William II. Hell
and son. Mis. S. O. Hansen. Mr. nnd
Mis. Melvln Vnnlmnn. O. Sllvn ami
II. Hathaway, wife and child
C. Ilnrtlett, Chester Leathau.
From tho Colonies, per (). S. S. SI
ena. September 10. Mr. Adams, 1
llagley, 1;. 11. Uensusau, W. J. lui
nett, Sir IMgat Hoehui, J. (3. Coll) us,
.Miss Clarte, Russell Clalk, llev. and
Mis. I.. Davidson, 11. C. Drake. A.
M. EiHklue, R. Eaile. Ml. and Mrs
Rudolph Filedlauder ami child, P.
Feiguson, .1. Ferguson, Mis. Goddaid
.Miss 1'ionc (latstlu. J. W. dlllcsplc,
11. a. Goodhue, C. C. llolden. Mi.
Hcnly, Piluco nnd I'lluccss Knlnnla
naole. Mi. and Mis. W. P. Klser an I
son. Mi. nnd Mrs. A. W. Lowtle, Win.
l.ane, Mrs. Lowrlo and child. Mis. J.
12. Lowes. Leo. Mjcra. Rv. Dr. und
Mrs. Marshall, Miss MncGoun, MUs
M. MacGoun, C. K. Met.auglllln. Mrs.
.Morgan and Infant. Walter McNeil,
Mrs. A. Marepmid, D. McLuien, Mi.
Peacock, Miss Powell, Dr. and Mts.
Read, J. A. Siuallhones, II. Stephen
con. J. Stuart Thorn. D. W. Vlekeu.i.
C. D. Whetlvv right. Mi. nnd .Mis.
Wnodrow, Mr. Andiows, Mr. Illlndloss,
Mr. Hucl.hy, Miss A. I.'ennctto. Mls3
E. Henuctlo. Miss E. lliovvn, Mi. nnd
Mis. G. Ilovvcn. Mr. and Mis. II. I.
Ilrnndt. Jack Choiry. Willis Chester.
Miss M. Chester, Mis. Chester. F.
Clements, Ml. nnd Mrs 'Ihompvin ami
child, Mr. and Mis. M. J. Espler, Rev.
i itgeraict, Jii(.a H. rariell, Miss G.
Flnlay. Mr. Fiiinegan, Mrs. Finnegan,
Juss Gouldlng. W. J. Hancock, Miss
Howntd, Mr. Itedale, Miss E. Jeffiles,
Mr. McKny. Master il. elo Kujpei, I,
Levey, A. Levey. Miss E. Lewis. Mr.
Mills, Miss Murphy, Miss Macnnmaiu,
Miss N. Macnumara, Miss Martin I
.Miss .Maglll, K, Nahlo, Master O
Nelnts, Mis. unkuiau nnd fnmllj, A
R. Pillion. Miss E. Prcbblo. Miss C,
Prebble, C. A. Pollaul, Mrs. C A.
Pollard, E. J. Poliaid, Miss 1), Pal
laid, Miss I.. Pollaul, II. J. Pollaul
Miss .Ross, Miss Sheiclon Smith, Mis.
Sadler, Mrs. Sampson, Miss Shnrp
Miss D. 1'rott, Miss E. Tlott. K.
Tvvlght, Miss E, inotnas, Mm. T. C,
The Tax Appeal Court met Monday
nnd Tuesday nnd will continue Us ses
sion In the nftui'.noiH during the it
malnder of tho week. It Is not ex
I ectecl that the vvoik of the com I will
be completed -until urt week Tho
members are probing matters to tho
veiy bottom and lire nsklng more epics
lions. It Is understood that there has
been n great deal of discussion at the
Mbfttou and that nothing much bus to
lar been done.
San Francisco, Sept. 9. A iccord of
less than 31 days from Sydney unci
less than 25 days fiom Auckland to
London has been made by the "Purlin
mentarj" mall over the lines of the
Ocennlc Steamship po . the Cential and
Union Pacific railroads, the Chicago,
Burlington and Qulncy inllroad, nnd
the Lake Hhoio nnd Michigan rallrond.
SHIRT WAIST COLLARS
STYLE AND COMFORT
COMBINED : : :
Be Advised and Try One
Ads. In this column will be Inserted
at 15 eenti a line one Insertion; 25
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeKi, ana ou
.cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people ef
I MISS C. KRUEGER Piano Instruc
tions; studio, Metropole bldg.. ll'OJTO LET Two front rooms,
Alnkta St.; Tel. Main 345.
I SELECT RELIABLE HELP Male 01
fcmnle. Tel. 2811 Blue or cnll "Se
lect Employment Office," Magooa
bldg, Merchant nnd Alakc-a Sts.
19 12-1 w
GET OUR PRICES on billiard unci pool
tubles before buying elsewhere; sold
on easy pa) meats. Our nishlons ara
guai nnteed for twenty jears, and
am nindo by a now vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions nre as good ns new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. See
iinr ndvertlsement of "Manager
Wanted" for lawful slot machine.
Palmer Hllllarcl Tnblo Works. Chi-
j tugo, Ills. 1937 3m
'MR3 MORTON having returned from
I her visit to tho Coast, will resume
Plauolorto Tuition Wednesday, Si'P
I teniber 11. Residency, 53 VlneyntJ
, St. 1937.1m
IF YOU HAVE a house for rent or
want to rent a house, see A. R.
BINDT. Collections carefully at-
1 ti'iidcd to and promptly remitted.
OITIce 115 Kaahumanu street. 1893 tf
Uie closed to tho public until fin-
I . (Signed) WM. MUTCH.
is78 3m Sunt. Alex. Young Illdg.
L7 - .....i rrr ,. T7",
NOTICE TO BUILDERS-The tlnloa
I'?'.".V"1 Co' lms WHlTK "AN"I'.0!l
WANTED Two glrlB'to work 111 bind
ery, unqutru at tins oint e. i it
WANTED Furnished room; also sta-
blliir; accommodations on same
pii'iulses for horai). V. P., Hullotlti
WANTED Pupils to learn typewrit
ing; position found when competent;
lowest terms. Room 8, Mngoon bid,;.
1 942-1 vv
WANTED $1,000 to enlarge au al-
euily paying butdnoss; cpilck re
turns; no risk. Address C. A., this
WANTErj Position by u young lady
(is sttnogtapher; experienced. I..
II.. P. O. box 303. 1939 tf
MANAGER WANTED In every largo
count to appoint agents for tho In
irons "Game o" SKIM" nickel slot
machine for drinks or cigars; law
ful everywheio; tnkes placo of all
lorbldden slot nine bines. Rented or
sold on easy payments. Secure ter
ritory cijlck. Palmer Illlllard Table
Woika, Chicago. Ills. 1937-2m
WANTED A position ns bookkeeper
by lady with fifteen years' experi
ence. Address A. C. A. K., Postofflco
box 231. 1932-2W
WANTED To sell Diamond nn8"opal
Rings, In tho latest styles. Watches
lepihed by a Joweder of 35 years'
experience. O. DIETZ, Fort street,
mm-lintel. 1808 tf
ROOJVl AND BOARD.
TO LET Furnished room, $5 per mo.
Also fiout loom furnished, only $10.
53 Vlnejard St. 1937-tf
TO LET Novvly furnished rooms,
moscpilto proof, terms reasonable.
Third house above German Bakery,
Fort St. 1930 tf
OFFICES" FOR RENT In Urower
building. Queen St., on reasonable
teims. Apply to C. Brewer & Co.,
FOR RENT Nicely furnished five
loom cottage on Vineyard St., to
tween Emma and Punchbowl. Ad
diess P. O. Box G12. 1928 It
Tt RENT A mosquito proof room,
live minutes' walk from tramcar In
cool district; board If required; tel
ephone service. Address "13," Bul
letin. 1920 tf
FOR RENT A now houso on Arto
slan St., of six rooms with nil mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of Chas.
E. Frashor, Consolidated Soda
Weuks. 1922 tf
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
Ke-knullko-pa, on Young St., contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room nnd patent
water closet downstairs. Kaplolanl
Estate, Ltd. 1921-tf
4 JkM Y DEAR" said the
lyl .room, ''Why do you
Insist on turning in
the neck of your ihlrt waist like
, that? It Isn't at all artistic."
"Because, John, It's so hot nere."
said the bride, "And, besides, low
neck Is all the style in the East '
now," Two good reasons ; true
ones, too; but we wonder if that
bfide had been introduced to the
SHIRT WAIST COLLAR.
Made of dainty laces and ribbons, .
It can be orn with any shirt a
' waist, adding prettily to the appear-
' anre of that parment, and taking
away the unfinished look which it t
has when the neck band is merely
folded Inv They don't cost much
either. dollar will enable you
to try the experiment.
Whitney & Marsh,
TO LET Three rooms for light house
keeping.' Mrs. Kennedy, Adams
TO LET House at present occupied
by Mrs. I). Center, Young street ex
tension near McCully tract. 'Apply
i:. F. DlshopC. Urower & Co., Queen
St. 1V32 If
FOR RENT Cottage on South St, six
rooms; modern Improvements; $20.
Ummett May. Judd Illdg. 1940 tf
TO RENT Six room cottage on Mat
tock Ave.; electric lights; sunltnry
plumbing, etc. Apply O. II., I. O.
box 303. 193ft tf
TO RENT Residence of Dr. .1. S.
McClrcw, ror. of Iloretnnla nml
lltchard 8ts suitable for doctor's
olflco or private residence. Apply
to Dr. 3. S. McOri'W, Lunullio. e-or.
llackfeld, or J. T. McOrew, lllshop
IlankJ . 1937 If
IF you have a lieiuso ror rent, or want
to rent a house, call on A. R. DINDT,
ntllce with Ouldo Publishing Co,
Campbell block. Merchant St.. Tele-phone
Main 374. 1847-tt
FOR SALE Household furniture ior
four rooms. Knqiiiro Fort St., opp.
German Unkery. 1945-1 w
FOR 8ALE A house and lot in Kat
ulaiil tract. Apply nt the Te rrltorlal
..esseuger Seivlce! 1915-lw
Fort SALE l'nrnlttire nnd plann;
must n'll quick: no reasonable offer
refused. Lunalllo St.. opp. Hackfold
FOR SALE Hllllarcl Table and outfit
In good condition; cheap. Addresi.
"Table." this office. 1943-lvv
FOR SALE Furniture of four rooms,
very reasonable. Address J. K R..
FOR SALE Stelnwuy parlor grand
piano; perfect condition. Call on
Will E. Fisher. 1938 tf
FOR SALE Now and secondhand
Smith Premier typewriters for salo
or rent. All makes repaired. Wasn
lngtnn Light Co. 1933-lm
FOR SALE Two phaetons In gojil
condition. Ono used only a short
time. Address "V. X.,' Bulletin of
FOR SALE Lot In McCully tract.
190x90. 2.200; three lotB In Kupa
buhl. 19,000 scpiuro feet. 11,400; lot
on Beretanla St., 150x50. Judd ie
Co, Ltd. Office No. 307 Stangon
wold building; telephone Main 22,1;
P. O. Box C07 1910-tf
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Thd
"Tnlula," as sho now lies In tho har
bor. Sho Is a nearly new- boat. In
peif pit working order, und hns been
of late used In towing at Kahuliil
harbor. W. H. Pnln.
FRESH STRAW Tho Union Express
Co. bus a lot of fresh rlc'o straw lor
FOR LEASE Furnished house now
ik copied by Mrs. E. K. Prntt, No.
1081 Punchbowl St.. for two yenis.
Will bo vacant middio of next week.
House electric wIkiI. 1U41-IW
FOR LEASE Promises on Union St.,
with a trnntago of 242 feet and u
depth oi 70 feet. Long torm given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. ..lONSARRAT.
Rooms 20 21, Campbell block.
LOST If tho young lady, who, by
mistake or otherwise, took away
from Progress Hall last SATRU-
DAY evening a white cashmere,
blue satin lined capo, with white
swnnsdnvvn edging, will return It to
the Bulletin ofilce, she will confer a
invor. 1932 tf
RAI8D8, THE LIMIT.
Judge Wilcox has raised the limit In
tliu matter ot fines for leaving horses
untied in tho street. He stated in tho
Police Court this forenoon that ho in
tended to put a stop to the praetlco
and, vv beit as tho fine had been five
dollars for a long time, ho now in
tended making It ten. Tho remail:
wns made during tho hearing of a
Portuguese arrested by Captain Ka
nuo yesterday. The officer said he
lind wnrned tho driver several times
hut that ho had given no heed. Ho
found tho man's hack yesterday while
tho owner was In a store buying sonio
Jas. F. Morgan
ti 6g Qa 8trt
On Thirsday, September 19th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 115 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction
15 Cnses. Quarts and Pints OUIN
NESs DUBLIN STOUT In good order.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On Thursday, September 19th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. Mi,
At my salesroom, .1,5 Queen street, I
vv sedl at Public Auction some choice
BROWN I.KGIIORN CHICKENS.
Ja. F. Morgan,
Auction Sale of Books
On Thursday, Sept. 19th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M L '
At my salesroom. C5 Queen street. I IT
will sell nt Public Auction
A quantliy of BOOKS, many of
them being tho latest novels.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Piano & Organ
On Thursday, Sept. 19th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction f
ONE KIMBALL VIANO and
ONE COTTAGE ORGAN, both
nearly new and In good order.
Jas. F. Morjjnn,
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by '
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agent or
These arc the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, nil
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN, AU work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ot
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge ot a Special
ist. Olve us a call, and you wilt And
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth SS.00
Gold Crowns 6B.OO
Gold Filling 9I.OO
Silver Fillings 60c
Our namo alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of tho bost.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Weet
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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