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IPP1NI 1NIELIMNCE . -a S
Out of business? Not by n Jug full. We have bought out
tho Pacific Cycle Co.. next iloor to Ehlcrs', and have Just re
celved ICO Columbia, Cleveland nnd Kambler Bicycle", besides
a full line of shelf hardwnre. Things look like a large-sized
beehive down here, nnd we wnnt ou to tome around to see us.
E. O. HALL & SON,
EveruoJ' like good things to cat
Wo have Just opened n nnu assortment
eomo of the follow Inn kinds:
C. J. DAY & CO.
The King of Natural Jable Waters
A Nnturnl Hpurkltng
Wutcp bottled lit the
ZollhnuH, - Germany.
The Favorite o( New York
and London Society.
mum selected im
the Ht it nun rd
(pom ttmong the inlncpiil
wntcpH o the World by "The
London Liincct." The hlghcHt
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
No More Dread
ofthe Dental Chair
TEETH EXT1ACTED AND FILLED
vAflSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to the
gums.. No sleep-producing agents of
These are the only dental parlors Id
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and 'apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and wurranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by OHADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 yenrB' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
lit. Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. V
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost uy a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth 65.00
Gold Crowns, 6S.00
Gold Fillings $1.00
Silver Fillings BOc
Our name alone wilt be a guarantet
that your work will be of the best
New York Dental Parlors.
Room" 4. Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
We ure now In the Automobile
Building and are prepared to turn
the flncHt livery In town.
BonrderM nfe from fire, as
the bulldlnfi In FIRE-PROOF.
RING US UP !
Tel. Main 301
vlH 1 Yl M
BEARD BY CENTRAL
"Hello! Who's speaking?"
"This is E. 0. Hall & Son."
"E. O.Hall & Sen! Why, I
theaght yon were barnt oat of
and It's our business to sell them.
of cookies and biscuits, Including
Orange Cookies, Etc.
Augustus Paul, one of the laborers
on the framework of the oung build
ing, fell trom the second story to tun
cellar below at about 7:43 o clock tuts
morning. He was knockcu senseless, i
uor did he recover consciousness un
HI lln hnil hrpn tn,.nn tn Iho (lnwnV '
Hospital by tho patrol wagon.
l-aui was wonting with a gang it
men nutting girders In place and d
lug oiuer won; ou inu seconu tsiory. tiimorc. inis inner conference was
Mnnase, the )oung man who niadu devoted to n consideration of tho clrc
audi an enviable record In nthletlt-H (Hon law which has been enacted iy
nt Kamehameha School tome two or, the Constitutional Convention. The
three' years ago, vaya that he saw j objectionable provision of the Inw Is
Paul approaching him, walking on a that requiring elections at six differ
plank thot had been placed across tho ent times In the year, which It Is fear
girders for that purpose. i cd will keep the Island In constant po
Suddenly, Paul stepped on the end lltlcal turmoil. Whether the United
of unother board, and before Mannsj Statea will urge any changes or not In
could grasp the opposite end, the man the law will depend upon the tnlk tho
had fallen. Fortunately, ho mlsaeil I President nnd General Wood will have
tho Iron gliders of the first floor and i tomorrow nnd the views of Mr, Hoot
feu on the soft earth or the cellar. Hnd
he struck the Iron, he must surely ' Dr. Tnmayo. Cuban Secretary of
have been killed. I State, and Perfecto I.nCosta, Sccro-
It Is thougnt that the Injured mantnry of Agriculture, who represented
will be all light In a week or so. Ho i Cuba nt tho McKlnley obsequies, ro
ts cut about the head and Is ery bad-(turned to Havnna 'this afternoon, ear
ly bruised, but no bones wtre broken rylng with them tho assurances of te
In the foil, Paul Is a -ahatlon Army (President's kindly disposition townr.l
Bin n nnd a good, hard worker.
The Evening Bulletin
70 cents per
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SALE C GOVERNMENT LOTS AT
On Wednesday, September 23, 1901
at 12 o'clock noon, at tho fiont tn-
tianco or the Capitol (Executlvo
building), will be bold at public auc-
Hon Gorernmimt Lots Kos. 1, 17 nnd I
is, ironung on waianuenue anu rront
streets, Illlo. Hnwall, ami containing
ia,iiuu square feet.
Upiet Price, $20,000.00.
Terms, Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
Expenbo of Patent Grant and
Stamps to be paid by puichaser. Map
of the same can bo seen at the office
of the Superintendent of Public
Works. Honolulu, nnd at the office of
E. E. Richards, Government Land
Agent at Illlo.
JAMES H. JOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Hy further direction of the Superin
tendent of Public Works, the above
sale Ib postponed until 12 o'clock n'oon
on Monday, the 30th Instant,
II. ., WHIOHT.
Public Works Department, Honolulu,
September 27. 1901. 1933-2t
The Honolulu Creamery, Ltd
King Street near South,
ire piepared to furnish
PURL FRESH CREAM
111 quantities to suit, delivered to. any
part of the city. Prices on applica
tion. Terms net cash.
TELEPHONE MAIN 216.
A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
Tel. White imi.
P. O. Box 55
Sawing, Planing, Turning and
. Mill Work In all its branches.
.Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and in large or small
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND : ! :
Plans anJ estltrattft furnlihei for all cUms
ROOM loo. BOSTON ULOCK, - HONOLULU
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and niVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortist notice.
I0 KUVOLILLI 0 Him
Washington. Sept. 20. During the
discussion of national (mentions by the
Cabinet at its meeting today. President
Roosevelt innulred of Secretary Hoot
as to the condition of Cuban affairs. At
tho moment the President put thin
Inquiry to Mr. Root, llrlgadler General
Wood, Governor Oenernl ol Cuba, was
In tho public reception room of the
White llousa nwaltlng nn opportunity
to see the President nnd Secretary of
War because of the President' desl.-c
to familiarize himself with develop
ments In many questions, and the con
sideration given to Cuba was necessa
rily brief, Enough was said hy Mr.
Roosevelt, however, to show that It Is
his purpose to give Cuba her Inde
pendence with the same promptness
President McKlnley would havo ob
"The Call call say positively," n
member of the Cabinet said after the
adjournment of that body, "that Prcsl
dent Koosevelt- does Hot piopose to
place any obstacles In the way of Cu
ben Independence. It Is his purpose to
unserve the policy formulated liy Mr,
McKlnley, and It la his expectation
that Aineilcnn withdrawal from tho
Island will occur late next spring."
This leport of the view of the Pris
ldent Is substantiated by a decision
rendered this afternoon by Secretary
Itoot on the question of . making
changes in the. present Cuban tariff.
Colonel Edwnrds, chief of the Insular
division of tho War Department, had
received recommendations of the Tar
iff Commission which has been sitting
In Ilnana. The Secretary decided
that In his view of the shoit time In-
l.m'aMlnn liAfnhi .1m .!. ..
'control of their own affairs. It Is not
I wise to put Into lorCo a new tariff In
volving many important changes. Tho
Secietary will nuthorlze General Wood
to Issue a military older making
I changes only In those tariff rulen
'which have especially worked hard-
ship. The Cubans will thus he per
fectly free to prepare and put Into fr
lZ . .1. I- . la. .1... . .,
n-i-i mt-'ir unu mini uie moment incy
nssume iharge of the government.
General Wood saw the President for
n few minutes after the. meeting of
the Cabinet, part of the time partici
pating In u discussion between the
President nnd Mr. Moot, who remained
after the-other members of the Cabi
net n nu gone. General Wood b convex
ration with the President was personal
In character, nnd he will offlrlnllv ills.
Ml Pnhnn ntralrs with Mm lmnnn
Secretary noot left Washington lor
New York this afternoon, and Oencml
j uuiH ivii uuniiiiiKiuii iui
Wood accompanied him as far as UaMjiV,;. ev.n.i.iss. .u.sb, hihimc.
upon Ms return.
ineir innu and his purpose to observo
tho policy Inaugurated by his predeces
sor. ' "The Hawaii Yacht Club" has been
Ruggesfed as the name for tho niv
'w'1" - ""w'"-
Having secured n more desliable
l'u!nes location, i have removed ra
h,ocl to Deretnnla stiect, next to the
i -" " r.iniuu, nui'ic i nm uu in-s'
je(1 t0 nlcct ol11 n,1l new customeru de
siring to buy wall paper, etc.
BOWERS, SOLE MANAGER.
H. W. Congdon Is no longer connect
ed with Dowers' Merchants' Patrol.
From today Mr. liowera will be the
sole manager ot the said business,
which will continue as before. No
other person Is authorized to lecelpt
DOWERS' MERCHANTS' PATROL,
Per W..L. ROWERS.
Honolulu. Sept. 27, 1901. 1933-lt
Notice Is hereby given thnt I will
sell at Public Auction, at the, Court
House at Walluku, Maul, on the 9th
day ot October, 1901, ot 11 o'clocu
a. m nil the personal property be
longing to the estate or Henry L.
Chase, deceased. There Is Included
among these effects 352 8x10 nega
tives or tho finest collection of Island
views In existence, taken many jearj
ago at great expense by Mr. Chass,
of scenery on the Islands of Oahu.
Hawaii, Maul and Molokal. Also abuut
230 kinnller negatives, also ono Dahl
neyer camera 8x10 lens und one Stein-
hell camcia. '
L. M. BALDWIN.
Administrator of tho Estate of Hen.-v
I.. Chnse, Deceased.
Walluku, Maul, Sept. 27th, 1901.
ADMINISTRATOR'S 8ALE OF REAL
PURSUANT TO AND BY VIRTUE
of an order made In and by the Cli
cult Court of tho First Judicial Cir
cuit In the niLVer ot the estate of PI-
iwl I'anaewa, deceased, the undersign
ed will offer for sale at Public Auc
tion on Saturday, the 2Cth day of
October, ... D. 1901, at 12 o'clock noon,
at the salesroom of J, F. Morgan.
Auctioneer, 65 ueen street, In Hono
lulu. Island of Oahu:
All that certain piece or parcel of
land lying and being near Maunak?a
street between Pauahl and BeietanU
streets, In said Honolulu, containing
an area of 650 fa.homs 30 feet, in
scribed in Land Commission Awacl
No. 389. Liber 3. page 138-140, Royal
. atent No. jGjII.
Terms cash. Deed nt the expense
of purchaser. Sale subject to confir
mation of the Court.
Dated September 27. 1901.
-oIIN ... BAKER,
Administrator with the mil Annexed
of the Estate of PUwi Panaewa,
J. M. DAVIDSON,
Atty. for the Administrator,
For further particulars, enquire ot
James F, Morgan, auctioneer,
eathcr Bureau, Punahou, Beptem
bcr 30. Temperature Morning mini
Viiim, 67; Midday maximum, 83.
fJarometer lt 9 n. m. 29.92, Falling.
Dew Point GSF.
Humidity at V a. m. 71 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Sep
tember SO. Weather hazy; wind light
Batmday, Sept. 2ii.
Schr. Malolo, from Kauai ports.
Sunday, oept. 29.
Stmr. Claudine, i-arker, from Maul
S. S. Mlowera, Hemming, from Van
couver. Am. bkt. Kllkltat, Cutler, 32 days
from Port Gnmble.
Stmr. W. G. Hall,. Thompson, fiom
Stmr. Mlkahnta, Gregory, from Ka
Monday, Sept, .10.
Am. sp. Florence, spicor, 30 tlawi
O. & 0. S. S. Coptic, Hinder, from
Schr. Wnlalua, from Knual.
Schr. Mol Wahlne, from Koolau.
Schr, Hlanche and Ella, from Kauai.
Scln'. Lady, from Oahu ports'.
Sunday. 8ept. 29,
Mlowera, Hemming, for Bd-
Monday, Sept. 30.
Cummins, Seurle, for
Stmr. .1. A.
O. & O. S. S. Coptic, Hinder, for
San Francisco, nt 4 p, m.
Stmr. Lehua, N'apaln, for Moloknl
' PASSENGERS ARRIVED.
From the Orient, per u. & u. S. S.
Coptic, September 3. For Honolulu
J. II. Cherry. K. Iwnkaml, llev. W.
M. Massle, Mr. Nakayama, Mr. and
Mis. .1. Uchldn. For San Francisco -Georgo
II, Allen, Mr. Ilencke. J. C.
Ilentz, .Mrs. J. U. llentz nnd child.
Mrs. S. Uonsal, J. Hurnstlne, Captain
Count Castell, l.leut. Casteil or Hold
rnhauscn, It. S. Clark. Mis. Harriot
Gullck Claik, Lieut. Cretins, Master
Edward Clark. Master Grover II. Clark,
Miss l-oulsa Clark, W. J. Crei'ghton,
O. C. Dubois, O. II. Dupue, Captain
O. W. Farenholt, U.S.N. ; Dr. E. h
Fenollosa, Mrs. E. F. Fennollosa, A,
.1. Haherty, W. 8. Gray, C. 11. liar-
It " , "J1"' -"ni"-'r ". n'i
?aB.lor..J Sim"'. '. von Tlppels-
MillTll, A. II. OlplCenl, l.ltMlt. Ilelli
rich. E. It. Holmes. Dr. II. M. Mc
l!"Bn?",i?; M.r.8' " ?' wwaniiiiaa. mw-
.. ... .. .. .. .. . ...
Messle McGoodvin, Miss McGoodwin,
G. H. McKay, K. Morlmoto. Captain
Neumann, Rev, Dr. Kevin, O. II. P.
fNoyes, J. von Oertzen, fl. C, r-nxou,
Capt. I'otschernlck. Mrs. Potscherrilci;,
Charles Schclsslnger. I'. Schmidt. Mis.
Hunter Sharp, !', Scnllasky. J. 1).
Sterling. Mrs. H G Squleis. Master
D. Squlers, Mrs. E. W. Tllilen, Cap
tain F. Twctldell. Mr. F. TweddeU.
Ensign C. II, Woodward, U.S.N. Join
nt Honolulu Mr. Clews.
8P0ILS STEAMER MCE'
A gooil race between the steamer
W. G. Hall and Mlkahala was spoil
ed late Saturday night by the falltiu;
nU'i'vonrd of a Japanese sailor or lie) I
MU.nnnl.i. Th twn KtpHnu.rH Ifft Ka. '
iinl together nnd the Mlknhala. helu.r !
. 4 , ," , ,. . , i ,. , , .
JUHl en-mi uii HIV Ul) IIUUIX. VUH lUJIIU-
ly gaining on the other vessel.
Shoitly before midnight n Javanese
sailor named Yamngucht went forward
to look alter some caule on deck, nnd
slipped on the rail, falling Into thu
sen, The .Mlkahala was stopped and
a bout inwcied as toou as the alarm
was given. No tiacc of the sailor wax
found, however, and after an hours
search the steamer was put about
and cam (i home.
Had It not been for the delay causod
by the seaich for the Jap, Captaiu
Gregorv says hi would have beaten
Hie Hall to poll.
The government lot on Waianuenue
street, Illlo, which for some days hr-a
been advertised In the Bulletin. wa
this day sold to Geo. Rodlck for tho
sum of $20,000, the sale taking place at
the Department of Public Works.
The Mlknhala sails on the Hall's
Kauai route tomorrow. The Hall will
go on the marine railway for a clean
ing. W. F. Sabln has taken charge of thj
waterfront for the Honolulu Republi
can, The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
Dr. Plc-rce't Cite i
iric uou unitery
t irat. Srni fur "Ddok
let fu. " Ad'rett
ICKCU SLCCTRIC CO.,
30 M'-ktt it.. S. K
To-morrow Evening;, (Tuesday)
and I nursday bvenlng next,
THE COMPANY'S MASTERPIECE,
"The Belle of New York"
There will be no performance this Mon
The management I rg to announce that
hereafter the ivlloivlns prices will be
Orchestra and Dress Clr:lr....fi.o3
Fxmilv Clrc! 7
G llery 5
IloxcK 913.00, 810.00, S8.00.
The Box Plan now open nt Wall,
NUhols Co., wheie seats can be had.
SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND
EVENING, OCT. 5th.
"THE GAIETY GIRL."
Doors open at 7:30 p. in.; overture
at & p. in.; carriages at 10:30.
WHITNEY & MARSH," LTD. If Ji
7 " Jt L!
i 1 . Alt
Sale of - - -
October : 5
Ada. In this column will be Inserted
at 15 cents a line one Insertion; 23
cents two Insertions; 30 cents ono
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 60
cents one month. Thla li the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people cf
8WEEDI8H MASSAGE Hlna Hovlng.
Island Hotel, over Orpheum.
JUST arrived, graduate l.elpslg Con
servatory, gives piano lessons, J3
month; special attention to adult be
ginners. Add. MiisIp, this office.
NOTICE TO HUNTERS Goat shoot
Inir privileges for tho Nunnl.ull lands
nio ngnln offered to tho publlo.
Thosu wishing to net tire permits
will be lurnlshed with tickets upon
I application at tho olllce of The Dow
sett Company, Limited. W. F. Oil-
llngham, treasurer. 1940-lm
MISS C. KRUEGER Pluno liiHtnt'c
lions; studio, Mutropolo bldg.. 11 Vi
, Alakca St.; Tel. Main 315.
GET OUR PRICES onbllllard nnd'pool
I tables before buying elsewhere; sold
on ensy poyments. Our cushions iii-j
guaranteed for twenty years, and
ure made by a new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our i-uiti.
Ions are as good us new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. Seo
our advertisement of "Munnger
Wanted" for lawful slot mnchlue.
Palmer Dllllaril Table Works. Chi
cago, Ills. 1937-.ru
IF - YOU HAVE a house
for rent or
want to rent a house, see A. R.
BINDT. nollectlons faretuliv at
tended to nnd promptly remitted.
Offlco 115 Kaahumnnu street. 1893-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Expross Co. Iiub WHITE BAND FOH
AN EXPERIENCED OPERATOR on
too 8. i . typewriter desires position
as correspondent und bill clerk with
responsible house; dictation direct
to machine; familiar M hurdwaie
buslnesB; best references: salaiy
75. Address MIh H.. Co I Pow'ell
St., San Francisco, Cal. 19.14-lw
position by gen
t Ionian of Home
bookkeeper, timekeeper, collector or
Hotel clerk; best preferences. Ad
dross M, box .181, city. lU.14-lw
WANTED An -lee-client at once; glvo
description. Address I. C. this of
flco. 1952-1 w
' WANTED A furnished house, to rnnt
i by American family; nu children.
J Address 0., this office 1952-1 w
I WANTED. A position us resident
I governess or trawdlng companion by
j a unlveislty graduate. Best of ref
erences. SI. II., nullum olllce.
WANTED Position by a young lady
as stenographer; experienced. I.,
II., P. O. box 363. 1939 tf
MANAGER WANTED In "every
county to appoint agents for the fa
mous "Oamo o' Skill" nickel slot
ninchlno for drinks' or clgarri; law
ful everywhere; takes place of nil
loiblddcn Blot machines. Rented ol
1 hold on easy payments. Secure ter
ritory quick. Palmer Billiard Table
' Works, Chicago, Ills'. 1937-2m
I WANTED To sell Diamond und Opal
I Rings, tn the' latest styles. Wutrhes
i repaired by a Jeweler of 35 years'
experience. O. DIETZ, Fort street.
I near Hotel. ISOSif
ROOM AND BOARD.
FURNISHED ROOM and board; pri
vate bath and toilet. P. O. boc
ROOM8 AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, from $1,50 to $2.50 pm
TO LET Six-room cottage on Collego
St.. with stable and servants qurr
ters. Apply G-Deretnnla St.
NICELY furnished room, $5 month;
piivatc family; also front room, SI0.
53 Ylneyard St.. near Nuiiunu.
TO LET Seven-room cottage, IRIS
Punchbowl St. Inquire at bouse for
further particulars. 1919-lw
TO LET Two
Gat den lano.
TO LET Houso fit piosont occupied
by .Mrs. D. Center, Young street ex
tension near McCully tract, Apply
E. F, Bishop, C. Brewer & Co., Queen
Remnant Week again.
It never occurs but twice a year here4'J
Never make Remnant week till we'reire
then we do it carefully forcefully mak'
event to be talked about and remem
For three weeks we have been busy me.
ud every remnant and dress length
Calicoes, Laces, Lawns, Batistes, Org
Cambrics, ulntlums, Sheetings, Sh
' Table Linens, Ribbons to Linings notri
what's carefully measured yards and j
eacn in plain ngures
any w u on yourself.
There have been no dull times
half-year's business amounted to many thousands m
in Hjo'torresponding period last year hence more ren
audits to price well, those of you who attended ouri
months ago, know what kind of prices we put on Re
Those who didn't will be well paid to come in during thi
MARSH, Ltd., 1045
TO LET Five-room cottago, at Cot
tage Grove, King -t. Enquire I . E.
King. No. fi. l!.-.G-tt
FOR RENT Nicely furnished ftve
room cottago on Vineyard St., be
tween Emma and Punchbowl. Ad
dress P. (). Pox 612. 192S!f
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
Keknuliko-pn. on 'Young St., contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet downstairs. Kaplolani
hstnte, Ltd.j 1921-lf
TO LET Nowiy furnished rooms,
mosquito proof, terms reasonable.
Third house abovo Oerman JOakery,
Fort St. 193tf
Ti RENT A mosquito proof room,
five minutes' walk from tramenr In
cool district; board If required; tel
ephone service. Address "E.," Dill
FOR REN l' Furnished rooms, single I
or eu suite, suitable for housidtrcp-
log. Inquire on promises. No. 45 N.
Vineyard bt. l!ir,3-lw
TO RENT Six room cottngp on Mat
tock Ave.; electric lights; sanitary
plumbing, etc. Apply G. II., P. O.
box 3(53. UL39J.(
FOR" RENT A nowhoUFO on Arte
sian St., of six rooms' with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of Chas.
E. Frashcr, Consolidated Soda
TO RENT Residence of "Dr. J. 8.-
McGrew, cor. of Dcretanln and
Hichard 8ts., suitable for doctor b
office or private residence. Apply
In Dr. 3. S. McGrew, Lunalllo, cor.
Hackfeld, or J. T. McOrew, Illshop
F you have u house for rent, or want
to rent a houso, call on A. H. HINDT,
office with Guide Publishing Co.,
Campbell block. Merchant 8t Tel
ephone Main 374 1847-tf
SOME FURNITURE for sale, cheap.
Address K this office. lf.3-tw
FOR SALE A thoroughbred Holstein
bull. Address F. F.. this olllce.
FOR SALE Furniture for four rooms
90; with privilege of renting 6-room
cottage $27.50: leaving city soon,
Address I.. II. It., this office.
FOR SALE Stelnway parlor grand
piano: perfect condition. Call on
Will E. Fisher. 1938-tf
FOR 8ALE New and , second-lland
Smith Premier typewriters for sale
or rent. All makes repaired. Wasa
Ington Light Co. 1933-lm
FOR SALE Two phaetonu In good
condition. Ono used only a short
tliup. Address "v X.,' Bulletin of
FOR SALE Lot In McCully tract,
190x90, ?,200; three lots In Kapa
hulu. 19.000 square feet. $1,400; lot
on Deretnnla St., 150x50. Judd &
Co. Ltd. Ofllcn No. 307 Stangen
wald building; telephono Mnln 223;
P. O.Jlox 067 1910-tf
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tlu
"Tnluln." us sho now lies In the har
bor. She- la a nearly now boat, tn
perfect working order, nnd has been
of lata used in towing at Kahulul
hailinr. W. II. Pain.
' 1896-tf ,
FRESH STRAW The Unlon"i:xpres
Co. hns a lot of fresh rice straw for
FOR LEA8E Furnished houso no
occupied by Mrs. E. K. Pratt, No,
1081 Punchbowl St., for two year.
Will bo vacant mlddlo df next week.
House, electric wired. 1946 tf
FOR LEASE Premises on Union St..
with a frontage of 242 feet and n
depth oi 70 feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. MONSARRAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block. ,
LOST A purse contilnlng $10 In gold,
draft by First Natl. Bank, Portland,
Ore., in favor of Eva Dennis. Find
er will bo rewarded by returning
samo to this otrtce. 1955-tf
Tho trouble betwien tho M E 3,
A. and Captain Broknw of the Fear
less has been settled and tho rraclc
boat Ih now running with he" full com
plement In tho engine room. Chief
Engineer Scott returned to work yes.
jterday nud Assistant Englnuur Bilght
; so that you can
In this store.
Jas. F. I
New cottage on El
Joining residence of J
two bedrooms, park
kitchen nnd bath,
Kent, 110 per moutl
Possesion given Octit
Apply at ofilce of
JAS. F. M
On Saturday, I
" AT 12 O'CLOJ
At my salesroom. Cf
will sell at Public
of property on Qucei
corner of Maunakeal
Property has a fr
on Queen street and
141 to 149 feet, with
ol 53 2-12 feet.
Lease has 23 years
1st. 1901, at a montl
,. J. WII
A An article which I
4 tests, and which !
6 as wanted, In '
I Sample can
A at the store
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