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EVENING BTTLLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T SATURDAY. SEPT. 28, 1901.
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Out of business? Not by a Jus full. We lime bought out
the Pacific Cjclc Co., not iloor to Killers', anil liae Just re
ceived 150 Columbia, Cleveland anil (ambler Bicycles, besides
a full lino of Bhelf hardwnte. Things look lllte a Iarge-sl70.1
beehive down here, and wo vvnnt ou to conic around to sou ub.
E. O. HALL & SON,
Ever body llhe good tilings to cat
Wo hate Just opened a fine assortment
tome of the following Kinds:
C. J. DAY & CO.
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Noturiil Sitiirkllng
Wiitep bottled nt the
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
JU.ldlllll5 ,1C Htiindupil
from t.monji the mlncnil
MitcPH lit the world by "The
London Luncct. The lilglierit
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done hy GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
lit Give us a. call, and you will find
119 to do oxac-ly as we advertise. We
will tell 011 In advance exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth SR.OO
Gold Crowns $8.00
Gold Filling.. $l.O0
Silver Fillings BOc
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4. Elite Bulldlnir. Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
We upc now In the Automobile
Uullcllng und lire prcpi.red to turn
the finest livery In town.
Uoarclers Hiife from fire, lis
the building Is PIRE-PROOP.
RING US UP !
Tel. Main 301
HEARD BY CENTRAL
"Hello! Who's speaking?"
"This is E. O.Hall & Son."
"E. O.Hall & Son! Why, 1
thought yon were burnt out of
For You !
and It's our bullions to sell thorn.
of toolilos nnd biscuits, Invludlni;
mm DEFEAT 1
THE BRITISH TROOPS
London, Sept. 20. Lord Kitchener
leports that the Doers liae captured it
comtuinv of mounted infantrv nnd two' " .uihiihihii ui us uvxi n.
guns at Vlakon?eln One onlcer wa' tlnRl Cu,,,1,ln U'e "P"" "
UMed The Hoers In smierlor fore." I,,mt "1P of 1,,e nr"1 '''""'"l would
Kurmun.lIltl.SlJh kiS' """ ' Nlnmn canal treaty.
hiirroun.led the Drltlsh. Lord Kitchen- , , .. . .. ... . ,
tif Im ril(lLlt1. n atfli t I 11 1 niitlirntliin .
has M-nt columns of troops In pursuit
nf IIih HiinrK '
The suceesslon of "regrettable Incl'
dents" whli h Lord Kitchener has re-
ii.r 1... .-..,. ........
No neB has yet been received that
the Hoers hue liberated the prlfouers
recently captured, and, according to
Boer circles In Brussels, Commandant
General Botha Intends to hold the ISO
British prisoners ns hostages against
the carrying out of the terms of Eoid
Kite lienor's proclamation.
The Dally Clnonlcle today finds great
satisfaction In an nlleged authoritative
statement from Its Washington tor-'
respondent, to which It gives great
prominence, thai President Roosevelt
Ix not pro-Hoer III his sentiments and
will mnlntaln Piesldent McKlnley's
nnll.t.. .. 1,1, .a...... I ... C-.....T. I..l
,.w..W ...... ,rh..,.i Vu .-luum nil leu.
inereiore, sas tlie Chronicle, "any
trusting to a chapter of accidents, bo
far as the United States are conierncd,
ou the p.ut of the Boers, will be doom
ed to disappointment."
'What did Mame say when her fa
ther gave her that gold watch?" asked
one gladsome girl.
"Oh, the sume old thing that she al
ways says. She remarked that she
was having a perectly lovely time."
and Tuesday Overling Nent
THE COMPANY'S MASTERPIECE,
"The Belle jfNew York"
In consequence of the denth of the
Inte Piesldent McKlnley the manafce-
luent hns decided to postpone the nnt
tree of "Belle of New York" till the
follow Ing Saturday afternoon.
Tlieie will be no performance on
Monduy evening next.
Tho Box Plan now open nt Wall.
Nichols Co., where sca'a can bn had.
PRICES $1.50, $1, 75c, 50c,
Boxes $12, $10, $3.
Doors open at 7:30 p. m.; overture
nt 8 p. m.; carriages at 10:30.
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOTS AT
On Wednesduy, September 25, 1901
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
trance of the Capitol (Executive
building), will be Bold at public auc
tion Government Lots Nos. 1, 17 and
18, fronting on Walanuenue nnd Front
streets, llllo, Haw-ail, nnd containing
1'i.GOO square feet.
Upset Price, $20,000.00.
Terms, Lash, U. S. Gold Coin.
Expense of Patent Grant nud
Stamps to he paid by purchaser. Map
of the same can be seen at tho ofllee
of the Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, and at the office ol
E. E. Itlehards, Government Land
Agent at llllo.
JAMES II. .10YD,
Superintendent of Public Workh,
By further direction of the Superin
tendent of Public WorkB. the nhovo
sale Is postponed until 12 o'clock n'oon
on Monday, the .luth instant.
B. ii. WHKJIIT.
Public Worl s Department, Honolulu,
September 27, 1601. 1953 21
BRITISH DO NOT F HI
New York, Sept. 21. Among the
passengers booked to salt on the steam
ship Knlser Wllhelm der (Irosse on
Tuesday next Is Captuln Arthur l.ee,
cx-mllltary attache to the British Em
bassy In Washington and Conservative
member of Parliament from South
Hampshire. Captain l.ei and his wife
hae been In this countiy for a month
visiting lu Maine. As the representa
tive of the English army, Captain l.cc
campaigned In Cuba during the Span.
Ish-Amcrirau war. During that cam
paign he spent a great deal of hli
time with the Itough Itlders and be
tame Intimately acquainted with
1'iesldeut Roosevelt. Ho said:
"As a student of the American peo
ple, I umnt myself particularly fortu
nate In having been In this country
during the past week. 1 hate seen
them In the days of their exultation. In
the days of their porsperlty and pride,
and now- 1 have seen them In their hour
of humiliation and grief. The ubut
lutely universal felling of affection lor
the stilckeu 1'iesldenl nnd of genuine
sol ion- over his death as expressed by
the highest nnd the lowest presents 10
the foreigner a new pbaBe of "the na-
"Ilne you cer heard It rumored
Hint liprrtfifnio Prealitnni linnsi.lt I
has been Inclined to sympathise with
the Boors In the South African .!..;
gle? was asked.
"I have talked with him on tho sub-
Jeet." said Captain l.ee, "and' I think 1
know his lews. but of course I could
not abuse his tonfldemc hy repeating
Innythlng he might have said. 1 will
..... .. ........ . ... .
si.ue poiinciy, nonovcr, mat e never
made any secret of his appreciation of
the helpful attitude of England townij
the United States during the struggle
i In Cuba and that he has not torgott'-n
I It. England has nothing to fear from
his administration, and I think the
leaders of my government are lou
I vlnced of that fact" '( Hjj
I opt-iiKiug in uie ironniiie worn m
1 lui.t- vrij- nuni 1. 1111 wig inue.l
.T.'", . "'.. acc!p' lhe .nC"
,,r'"' """ '""": 11 "Mi iieremoer.
I said he. "nnd I hope that the trenty
will come before the English Pnrlia
...At., I.. l.'.. I. .......... 1 1 . .1....
1 ,,0P" tllc matter of the American case.
but the manner lu which It wa dealt
with In the Senate when the Hay-
l'auncefote trenty was piesented. For
my part, I will urge at every oppor-
tunlty In the llouso of Commons an
early and fnwnnhle settlement of Hie
case, and believe the outlook i bright.'
EXPLLLID TUB JOURNAL.
York. Sept. 111. The Pi.-bl
''" ,1:"7" VV'u.'.. '-'
ifnlM lit ImniiliniMi,, nll.. ..t il. -
((haiiKe the New York Join nnl has been !
cm-IiiiIi-iI finni the loor. and tllc fllei
'f the paper have been lemoved. ThN I
ll.tl.in Wllrt fnl.tn It In r,v,ilnl...l In
-:-" -- -- -.- . - " ".
neieieiue io ine wisnes or scores or."
the best-know 11 members of the asso
ciation, many of whom since havn
Wiltten letters to Supeilntendent Alex-
miner smmi commending tlie netloi
M....V. oiiiiiu i iiuii..L'iiiii.iK im- nullum
and setting foith their icasons for up
proving the same. The executive com-
mlttee whs unanimous In Its nppioval
of the floor committee's action, a mem
tier of which said that. Judging by
both verbnl and wiltten ubsuiiuhck.
the lion membeis of the association
aim were unanimous in their nppioval.
lor the first dissenting voice Is yet 10
The Bin her Does this laur hurt
The Victim Yes; doesn't It hurt
join- business? Youkers Stntesman.
$10 RUPTURE CURED
for TEH DOLLM.
TIlOUNtlKl. llHlf l-ll . ...Ml
Mllii'irm.nliuiii,. i,.r Mil,
.nuill .rl.i-t i ittrt li.
VrtillOlluf Ihr tfi , ..P.
lly mi,) cmi-ort It, l!i-nit-
flMll.i'ffc I" jrlTlnff fill! lnfT.iiil.. n...ilH,liiti,r,il
llfWrinrp-vIM?.. ptal.M'HMtlit.H.lvl. c itlli.ritil lr.,
uoaitic Tims c " " ""- ts mar sea
The Honolulu Creamery, Ltd
King Street near South,
re prepaid to furnish
PURL FRESH CREAM
III quantities to suit, dellveied to any
pait of tint i.liy. Pi Ices ou appllcn
Mou. Terms net cnBh.
TELEPHONE MAIN 216.
k. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
Tel. White mi. P. O. Box 55a
Sawing, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and In Urge or small
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND : : :
GhNERAL CONTH ACTORS
Plant and estimate furnltnei for all classes
ROOM oo. DOSTON IILOCK', . HONHLULI
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAH MA
CHINERY of everj' capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
ind nrVETED PIPES for trrlgatlor
purposes a specialty. Particular attec
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repaln
I executed at shortest notice.
Friday, Sept. 27.
Schr. Wnlnlua, Mom Kauai,
tins, schr. Eclipse.
Stmr. Hawaii, Uerg, riotn Hnw-all
Saturday, Sept. 28.
O. S. S Mariposa, Itennle, C days
7 hours Irom San I'tanclsto.
Slnir. Kinau. Kreeman, from llllo
and wny polls.
.Str. Nllhau, Thompson, fiom Alio
hoy. Str. Kenuhou, Mother, from llama-'
Friday, Sept. 27. .
O. & O. S. S. Doric, Smitli, Tor tho I
Mtmr. Xoenn. Wyman, for AtiahoU,
Eleeto nnd llanapepo.
Am. III.. OI inple. Olblis, for San
Am. bla. Echo. Ilelleson, fiom an-'
t borage outside, for Eleele. i
Schr. Alice Kimball, Johatison. for
PASSENGERS AHltlYED. .
I'roni San Kiatitlseo, per O. S. S. I
Mariposa. Suptember 28. K C. Atli
orton, Mrs. P. C. Atlierton, Mis. c
(). Ileiger, Itev. M. .1. Hoarman, Mrs
G. M llrlght. V. C Bunncr, Mm
W. C. Uunner, C. A. Hums. (I. W
Cair. It II. Chamberlain. Mrs. 11.
II. Chamberlain and two children, .
11. Chandler, 1'. E. Coombs. V. I.
Cooper. Mrs. W. (I. Cooper. J. W.
Enrwell. Miss A. (laidner, II. Gor-
man. Mrs. D. Heltmnn. C It
envvay. Mrs. C It. Hemenwny
.)r "eor ix'rhert. A. N. Campbell.
j.n j', LP." Illnd." C Eustace-.
MIhk Hustace. Miss 8. M. Jacobus
nov. M. Klncnld. Mis. W. M.
Kliunld nnd son. Jns. Klrhland, .1. 1
l.lobey, .Mrs. 1 W. Mncfailanu an 1 1
son. kcv. u. A. .Magebney. II. .Manlcr-'
"?. ,? Mawlmll. Mu. C. 8. Mar-,
Hhnl . Wni. Seott Mav. Mis. H. n.
,.' , , ,, , , ,..'., ,,-
VlCeToU W ,
Ouderklrk. D. P. I'niker nnd wlf.s'
It. Heed. K. E. Klehaidson,
E. Hlchardson nnd two ehll
W. Hlchardson. Mrs. J l
A. T. KusHell, V. 0. Soder-
Igrcn. Mir. E. D. Tenney, child and
maid: E. M. Walsh. H. Wicks. O.
N. Wilcox. J. T. Woolley. Peter Zah-
nn. f!nrir n m,n..,,v, u
winter, wire nnd ma i : II Sii kn.
' I'" "tmr. Kln.11. Sen -
timber 2S.-Captaln l K. Llarku. W.
A. Schenk. .1. W. Hall. Miss Hoso C.
nailds.in. . Smith, it 11 iiohr u-
,. ., , ., 1 , 1 ,V V.i , t
K. . Wallace. J. M. I.lttlo. Miss l.v
man. Miss Wilcox. J. I,. Crew. Dr. 0.
L. Stow. Dald I-awienee. O. I'. Em
eisiin. E. I'. Mnblo. Ernncls Murphy.
Hev. Hardloy. Judgo Galbralth nnd
wife. John A. Scott, W. Everllng, la
ther Alos, Father Ulrlr, .1. I.. 0.
Hlneglc P Lewis, C A. Gllden. W.
II. Lnmbeit. Enicr I) Johnson. Elder
M Mnkekau. K. 8. I.ydgate. Fatlii-r
Tln..l 1- . ..... .1 I..- f -1. ......
Jhn Baker. Jr.. C lledemnnn. W.
v llainlltonhcrK Willie Vlda. It
Parker. Jr.. E Krusi. II Kail. 0 E
Oiifst. M II Dlggs and 1:3 nock pa-
E unit IN A
There weie memoilnl services
f, ,t, r-nlU-n iluhv nfti.pnnnn
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I. ........ a. .1... In,. ........Inn. Wlltlnn.
jiwiiw. wi tut- imc 1 ,i-n,ucii uim.iii
McKlnlcy. Piof. Ilallasejus pieslded
'at the organ. "Nearer. My God. to
Thee Lind I
Tin..." --I .. ...1 iv'lnill.- i.iirhi" .....i -iv
Thee" wi re sung by the
flap Urlttttlta (..-.tiflltl r li-1
i ',,,, -' .. .jv. ........ .v.......p, .,,
Itev .1. P, Eidmun. remarks weie made
by P. C. .limes. W. It. Cnstle, .lr , J. B.
Athcrton nnd others. Judge Gllbeit K.
I.lttle of llllo delivered the nddiess ol
the day. It was a masterly effort, end-
ing Klin me roiiowing: 1
"His private life was as pure und
sparkling as the dew drop on the morn- j
Ing flower. It was a visual demonstra
tion of the pilnclple that It Is not the 1
'ee that sees the benutles of heaven,
Mt I tin tn tlult liuilu t li o m.Aulni.iB rt
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"' . . ,, ' ', ; T T ,
that icielves all tile relish of phvslcal,
and Intellectual peiceptlon" whlcu
mnl.es us happy, nnd tne more noble
and excellent the soul Is the greater
ami more snvoiy are us peneyuons. description Addn-is I. t'., this of
With these eentlmetitt. In his mlnj I flee. l'.ir2-lw
P.esldent McKlnley closed his great wanteoa r.irnUhed house, to rent
speech at Buffalo, his last public ut. . j)y American famllj ; 11.1 children,
terance on the day he was shot, as Address O, this olllee. l'.iD2-lw
rVl 1 tllt SJ f?h 1 Am nn I r.f on Ki.iiinnil.Aia fc - m
11,,,, p. i. ..., 1. 1 ... .
...h. ..... .....vav .0 ... tumuiii, llu. in
conflict, and that our real eminence
rests lu the victories of peace nirthor.e
of war. We hope that nil who are rep-
esented here may be moved to n high
er and nobler effort for their own and
the win Id's Eoo.l. And that out nr this
city may come not only gieat 1 om
niene and trade for us nil, but. more
entlal. these legulatlons of mutual
respect and confidence and friendship
hlch will deepen mid endure. Our
earnest pra.ver Is that God will gra
ciously vouchsafe pioaperlty. happiness
and pcaie to all our neighbors nnd like
hlfsslng to nil the people aiiit powers,
"With tnefcc sentiments upon his lips
he sunk under the nssnssln's bullet nnd
to lest. 'As come to parched lips tho
hlcsked rain, ns some cool bieezes to'
the fevered brow.' )
"The God of Nations, his God. our ,
God, received his pme tplrlt. 'After
llfos tiouhled dienm He glveth Ills
beloved bleep.' t
"And ns the boatman pale, with bhn -
dowy oar, near the shore of the dark
wide liver, to announce to him
dread summons, he pulled uslde tho
curtain which divides the, gieat un
known, and with Ills last breath he
said; 'Good hy. all; good hy. It Is
God's way. Ills will be done.' And as
the frail tendrils of his genfie and
generous heait gave way. he winpt the
drapeiy of his couth about him and
laid down to pleasant ill earns." j
The bteamer Mariposa arrived off
(,n. V.tn . I ... P .., (.. ....
Z '" a ..... .,.... ,,UUi
.-un r iMit.Hu nne iiiiu a nne inn
down and brought many passengers,
a large mall and a full caigo. The ves
sel mudo the run In 0 days and 7 hours
having left San Pranclsto on the 2Ut
lust, at 9.53 o'clock p. m.
Sale of - - -
October : 5
. ,5 ntt a lln
umn will be Inserted
e one Insertion; 25
cents two Insertions: 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 60
cents ono month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people cf
' , 77
,SWEEDISH MASSAOE-Hlna Hovlng.
M& Hotel, m or Orphe.im
...-- --, 1 , . .... n....
JUO ' airneu, Kni"uit- i.t i-i 1-"tr
Bervatory, gUs piano lessons, fj
month; special attention to adult be
ginners. Add. Music, this oltlio.
NOTICE TO HUNTERS Goat shoot
ing privileges for tin- Naunkiill lands
nru again offered to the public.
Thoso wishing to sec ure permits
will be titrnlrdicil with tickets iipim
application ut the oHlee of The Dow
sett Company, Limited W F Dil
lingham, treasurer 1'jHMni
MISSC. KRUEGER Piano Instruc
tions; Htudln, Metropole hldg., ll'.O
Alakea St.; Tel. Main S4!..
GET OUR PRICES on Idlllard and mio1
tables before buying elsewhete; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions ni"j
guaranteed for twonty ears, and
are made hy n new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tnbles fitted with our cush
ions arc as good as new: satlsfai tlou
guaranteed or money refunded. Sc
our advertisement of "Mannger
Wnnted" for luwful slot machine.
Palmer Billiard Tuhl.i Works. Chi
rago, Ills. litf
IC Vll I U&UC (1 ll.tltfil. f.t .,. ,,
,, i ww ,,r- . ....-. .... .... ... .
wiiui lu mil il limine, see m
BINDT. Collections carefully
tended to nnd. promptly remitted
Omre 115 Kaahumanu street. 1803-lf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Unlo.i
Express Co. has WHITE &AND EOH
AN EXPERIENCED OPERATOR ou
too S. 1 tyt-ewrlter desires position
ns correspondent and bill clerk with
1 .'sponsible house; dictation direct
to machine; familiar wcVi hnrilwai"
business: best rclerer.ces; mlniy
$75. Ail ('.rets Mls II.. rn Powell
St., San KrunrUio, Cal. P.iSI-lu
1 WANTED Clerical pohltlim by g'li-
tlenmn of home hiisin-Hs uldlliy;
looklioenor. tlmekeencr collcc tor ,11
. Hotel elerk: best Preference. Ad
1 dress M, box 31. city. UriMw
, WANTEDAn leanest at oik.-: glv,
Vv ANTED. A posltlou
governess or traveling companion by
n university giu.lu.iU. Bei-t of ref-
ei ences. Jf .
II.. Bulb tin olll ic.
WANTED Position by a young limy
I ns Bit-nograplier; experienced. l
it., P. O. box 3G3.
MANAGER WANTED In overy largo
county to appoint ugents for the tn
moils "Gamo i' Skill" nickel slot
iiiaehluo lor drinks nr cigars; law
1 ill every where ; takeH place of nil
forbidden slot machines. Rented 1,1
sold on easy payments. Secure tor
iltory quick. Palmer Billiard Tuhle
Works, Chicago, His. 1937-2m
.WANTED To sell Diamond nnd Opal
I lllngs, In the latest styles, Watches
repaired by a Jeweler of 35 j cars'
experience. O DIETZ. Kurt street.
near Hotel. lSU8-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
FURNISHED ROo'm and board: pn-
vato hath und toilet. P. O. box
!R0.0M8, AT Tt,,ErAAL0H. 7" K"rt
! Oil.-,', . IIUlll if .IV, 1, fa,.,.' 1,1-1
T0 LET Six-room cottage on College
' .S1" w"h b,tnbl" ?,nd .8erf miif '""'r'
VV.iO( 'Ft' IU ' t I IHUIU tvll,,
NICELY furnished room. $5 month;
prlvato family; also fiont room. $10.
53 Vineyard St., near Nuiiauu,
TO LET Seven-room cottage, ISIS
Punchbowl St. Inquire at house lor
lurther particulars. v.M'.i-lw
)TO let Two Hunt rooms,
TO LET llouso at present occupied
hy Mrs. D. Center, Young stieet ax
tension near McCully tract. Apply
E. K. Bishop, U. Brewer & Co , Queen
WHITNEY & MARSH,
Remnant Week iipiln.
It never occurs but twice a year here.
Never mala- Remnant week till we're ready
then we do It carefully forcefully make it an
event to be talked about and remembered.
For three weeks we have been busy measuring
up every remnant and dress length Silks to
Calicoes, Laces, Lawns, Batistes, Organdies,
Cambrics, olnp.li.ims, Sheetings, Shirtings,
Table Linens Ribbons to Linings nothing but
what's carefully measured yards and price on
each in plain figures ; so that you can practic
ally w it on yourself.
There have been no dull times In this store. The last
half-year's business amounted to many thousands more than
In the corresponding period last year hence more remnants J
and as to price well, these of you who attended our sale six
months ago, know what kind of prices we put on RemnanU..
Those who didn't will be well paid to come in during this week.
MARSH, Ltd., 104S Fort Street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished five-
room cottage on Vineyard St.. be
tween Emma and Punchbowl. Ad
dress P. O. Box 612. 1928-tf
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses nt
Kckaullko-pa. on Young St., contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, .dining
room, kitchen, hath room and patent
water closet downstairs. Kaplolanl
Estate, J.td. 1921-tf
TO LET Newly furnished rooms,
mosquito proof, terms reasonable.
Third house above German Bakery,
Fort SL 19X0 tf
To) RENT A mosquito proof room,
five minutes' walk from tramcar In
eool district: board If required; tel
ephone service. Address "E.." Bul
letin. ' 192Ctf
FOR RENT I'urnlshe.l rooms, single
or en suite, suitable for housckeep.
Ing. Inquire on premises, No. tr. N.
tl. , .. 111.', 1...
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TA DCklT. Ulv ennm .nllnnii nn f n t.
J flbll I IJI A IVl'IU IUIIU()U 1 atiatl
tock Ave.; electric lights; sanitary
plumbing, etc. Apply O. II.. P. O.
box SflU. 1939 tf
FOR RENT A "new house on ArTiv
slan St.. of six rooms with nil mod-
em Improvements. Enquire of Chas.
E. Imshcr, Consolidated Soda
TO RENT Itesldento of Dr. J. 8.
MtGrevv. eor. of Beretanla and
Hlchurd 8ts., suitable for doctor's
office or prlvato residence. Apply
to Dr. 3. 8. McOrow. Lunnlllo. cor.
Hnckfeld, or J. T. McGrew, Blsho)i
' Bank. 1937-tf
t i i
IF you have u house for rent, or want
to rent a house, rail on A. It. BINDT,
office with Guldo Publishing Co.,
Campbell block, Merrhant St- Tel
ephone Main 374. 1847-tf
SOME FURNITURE for sale, cheap.
Address K.. tills otllie. 19f,:l-m
I FOR SALE A thoroughbred Holstein
bull. Address K. t this olllee.
FOR SALE furniture for four rooms.
$yo; with privilege of icntlug fi-room
eottagc-. $27.r0: leaving city soon
Addiess I.. B. It., this olll. e.
FOR SALE Stelnwny parlor grand
piano: perfect condition. Call on
Will E. Klshcr. 19:18 tf
FOR SALE New and se'ond-hnnd
Smith Premier typewriter for salo
or rent. All makes repaired. Wash
ington Light Co. 1933-lm
FOR SALE Two phaetons lu good
condition. One used only a short
time. Address "v X..' Bulletin jf
FOR SALE Lot In McCully tract.
190x90. $2,200; three lota In Kapa
hulu. 19,000 square leet. $1,400; jot
on Beretanla St., 1!0x!i. Judd d
Co., Ltd. Ofllee No. 307 Stangen
wall! building; telephone Main 223;
P. O. Box GC7 1910-tl
I STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Talula." us sho now lies In tho har
bor. Stic Is a nenrly new boat, in
perfect working order, and Iibh been
of late used In towing at Knhiilul
harbor. W. 11. Pain.
FRESH STRAW Tho" Union Express
Co. has a lot of fresh rice btr.iw In-
I FOR LEASE Furnished house nu.v
occupied by Mrs. E. K. Prntt, No.
I 1081 Punchbowl St., for two year.
Will ho vacant middle of next week.
! House electric wired; 194.r.-tf
FOR LEASE" Premises on Union St..
with u fi ontage of 212 feet and a
depth 01 70 feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. MONSAFirtAT.
Booms 20-21, Campbell block.
v-OST A lady's gold watch, between
Kawnlahno church, postoffice ami
Kukul on Fort. Kinder, returclu,'
same to this nftlto will be regarded.
"BELLE OF NEW YORK."
"The Belle of New York" will be
stage d tonight und Tuetdny evening
next. This Is undoubtedly the com
ruiij's masterpiece. Muster Willie
Pollard will make his reappcarnuro as
Ich.ibod llromou. The muttnee o(
"The Belle of New York" Is postponed
III) the following Saturday nfternoon,
Theie will be no performante on Mon
da) evening next.
Jas. F. Morgan
BROKER' -Ml r
-85 Queen Street
N,.- cottage on Emma Square ad-
Ifottitnir pijuIiIaiail nf 1 1 au I4 Mi.eirvn
IJirilllllf l (1IIIV iit-v M uuniin ,11111 PiUil j
two hedro.ims, parlor, dlnlng.ioomf
!kltchcu nnd hath.
I Hcnt, I0 per month und water nitc.
Possession given Ortobc-r 1, Two slnglc
K"i"i' men prercrre.i.
Apply ut olllee of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On Saturday, October 5th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my hnlesroom, or, Queen street i
-en street ,
n tho lei-i , I,
-t, near l V
win sen at public Auction
of property on Queen ktrcet
corner of Maunakea street
Property lias a frontage of 91 fetit
on Queen street and a depth of fioni
141 to 119 feet, with a rear boundary
ol 53 2-12 feet.
Lease has 23 years to run from Jul
1st, 1901. nt a monthly rental of $7i..
Further particulars at my ofllc". i
JAS. F. MORGAN.''
An article which has stood severe
tests, and which jn be furnlsheJ
as wanted, In good condition.
Sample can be seen
at the storeof
Lewers & Cooke,
Hole AgentH. A
J. D. Jewett
,. J. WILLIAMS
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