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VEN1N0 BTJLtETTN, HOHOLULTT." H. T., WEDNESDAY, OCT. t, lOfli
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READY FOR USE
Comes In all tints and shades.
E. O. HALL & SON,
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TEL. MAIN 390.
FROM THE "AMUN" CORNBR.
You nay the hmn la dogg'rel-that
the ain't refined enough;
That all the time we've mint: 'em
They've been nothln' else but
Von say they need revlsln' we must
make "em nioreh polite;
"On Jordan's Stormy Hanks I Stand"
Is not conrtrtutcd right;
lust the same, Perfessor Trlggs, le Troupe; rror. iiarnani wun Train
you'd better let 'em be pd Horses, Ponies, Dogs and Monkeys.
Lord he understands 'eui-o
they're good enough for ma. j
. . , ... , ,, ,u,
1 s'puse there's nothln finer than thai,
goou out neiiiuu iuu,
And when our Lizzie slugs it ou can
see the glories grand;
When "Rock of Ages" rings out from
the hallelujah shore,
1 tell ou this old sinner ain't a-goln
to drift no more;
And when they strike "Amazln Orace,'
each feller slngln' free
The Lord he understands It, so It's
good enough for me.
Isn't wbat you're slngin' why,
And praise the Lord to music with the
good old ulpbubet.
Until I strike the words again, and I
don't think It's wrong
It Isn't what Is in It, but the soul be
hind the song.
So, 1 tell you. Perfessor Trlggs, you'd
better let 'em be
The Lord he understands 'em, so
they're good enough for me
A whole Italian girls' boarding
school has been imprisoned for smug
gling at Masllanlco, on the Swiss fron
tier. The teachers were In the habit
of taking the forty girls out on daily
tramps In procession, walking two b
two. The walks led so often oer tloi
border that the custom house authori
ties b tame suspicious, stopped ami
examined .he young women, and found
their clothes full of cigars, cigarette
and tobacco. They have figured out
that they smuggled In IIO.OuO worth A
VRATERNAL ORDER OF EAOLE8.
Regular meeting of Hawaiian Aerie
No. 140 at St. Antonio Hall, Vinejard
street, at 730 tonight,
T. A. SIMPSON,
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen,
W. Mr Cunningham. J no, Schaefer.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE AND OF SALE.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
pinvlslons of a certain mortgage, madi)
hf Kalmlmoku Lulkl and I'ukoa Ka-
lmtmoku Lulkl, his wife, of Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, to George L. Desha,
tiustee, dated October 13th, A. D.
1897, recorded In Liber 171, pages 34B
and 346. notice Is hereby given that
the Mortgagee intends to foreclose the
Bame for conditions broken, to wit:
Non-payment of principal and Interest.
Notice is likewise given that after
the expiration of three weeks from the
date of this notice, the property con
cyed by said Mortgage will be sold
at Public Auction, at the auction rooms
of Jus. F. Morgan, Esq., In Honolulu,
on Saturday, the 9th day of Novem
ber. 1901, at 12 noon of said day.
Further particulars can bo had of
Acht & JohnBon, attorneys for the
Dated Honolulu, October ntn, jaut.
OEO. L. DESHA, Trustee.
The promises, covered by Bald
mortgage, consist of; Land'Bltuated
at Kapahulu, Honolulu aforesaid, and
building thereon, being lots 11, 12, 17
and 18, In block 6, Kapahulu lota, con
taining an area of 19,400 square feet,
uore particularly described in a deed
of C. Wlnam, trustee, to said Mort
gagor, Kalmlmoku Lulkl. dated J)e
rember 23d, A. D. 1896. and recorded
li. Liber 105, pages 465 and 466.
19G9 OcL 10, 23, 30; Nov. 6.
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t?t-. . i,..M.L,. tJL.X.J-'ystalWWgli
Next door to BhlePH.
FOR THE HOME.
There Ik onl) f n and that In tho In
candescent. Alnnvs ready for use with u Roft,
lirllllant and sttady light. Does not
sutoKo or smell.
AddH the finishing torn ti to a well
Not expensive ai many people think;
costs very little more than kerosene.
Let us give oii an estimate on wir
ing your house; you v. Ill find our flg
uie far below -Uat ou expected.
KING STREET, near Atakea.
BERNARD & COY'S
Located Opposite the Hawaii
I .a Pi-tlte Ktliel, Madamolselle Daisy
Leon. The Wlneate Sisters, the
Sketrh Artists Beverley and Darners,
Ous. St. Leon and bis Famed Acrobat-
Three Funny Clowns
Full Band, Etc.
Prices Dress Circle, SI; Family Clr-
cCi ?5 eenU. Glery crce( M Mnti.
Circus office for booking opposite
Saturday Matinee, Children 10c.
FRANK IIEVEItLEY. Bus. Mgr.
SOME OTHER FELLOW'S
If ou don't ijet u rtgut
hep for ii drive,
Swellettt turnout In town furn
ished on n moments notice.
RING UP MAIN 301.
Honolulu Stock Yards
Hawaiian Bricks j
An article which has stood severe
tests, and which M be furnished i
as wanted, In good condition,'
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke,
J. D, Jewett o
A Sole Agents.
Weather Htireau I'unahou,' October
10. Temperature Morning minimum,
69; Midday maximum, S3.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.97, Steady,
Dew Point 67F.
Humidity at 9 a. in. C8 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Oc
tober 16. Weather hnry; wind light
Tuesday, October Is.
S. S. City of Peking. Smith, from
Stmr. Mnuna I-oa, from Lahatna,
Maalaea. Kona and Kali at 5 a. m.,
with 8939 bags sugar. 209 bags tarn,
829 bags coffee, 17 bags cabbages, 37
ktgs butter, 46 lings aw a, 110 bunches
bananas, 1 hale tobacco, 18 bundles
hides, 17 pigs. 30 head cattle, 243
Stmr. I.olmn, Napala, from Molokal
Wcdnesda). October 16.
llr. stmr. Cnrlyle City. Patterson.
27 days from Hongkong via Yokohama.
Stmr. Iwalanl, Orecn, from Nn will
Tuesday, October 15.
Stmr Ko Au Hon. Mosher, for Ho
liokaa and Kukiilbaele.
Stmr. W. (. Hall. 8. Thompson,
for Kauai port
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Maui I
Wednesday, October Iti. I MISS C. KRUEQER Piano Instruc
Stmr. City of Peking. Smith, for San tlons: studio, Metropole bldg.. 110
Stmr. Hawaii, Bennett, for Moloktl
pens, 5 p. m
Schr. Kawailanl, for Koolau porta,
PASSENGERS AUR1VEI). '
From the Orient, ucr stmr. City ol ,
Peking. October 16. Honolulu A.
R. tlatlleld, D. W. Stens. K. YlU,
Mrs. N. Ylu. San Francisco A" 8. '
Ilowcr, Mrs. A. 8. Bovver, Mr. Dower. I
Jr.. J. II. Frissell, J. 8. Hermann,
Flank Hogan. A. 8. Howe, General
Da I on Karlsbara. Ml. 1. Lehman, Mrs.,
I. Lehman, Field Postmaster Llnde
nan, General M. I. Ludlngton, V. 8.
A.; Mrs. M. I. LiidliiKtou. Lieut. A.
A. MrKetban. U. S. N.; .Mrs. J. A.
McMullen. 8. II. Redllck. D. W. Ste
vens. Rufus Williams, Miss Lee Gum,
T. Irakson, E. M. Lyon.
From Kauai, per htmr. Iwalanl, Oc
tober 16. A. Dames ami wife, W,
H. Rice, H, llallentyne, Pat On. H,
1. Cash, Mrs. Meade.
For San Francisco, per P. M. H. 8.
City of Peking. October 6. W. M
Alexander, Dr. W. D. Baldwin. W
Walsh. P. M. Duchanan, wife and
three children; Emmett May, C. 11.
CIshop, R. G. Henderson, Mrs. E. L.
Matadory, . Hocking, A. Keith, L.
W. Smith, II. R. Duuntway, A. Illout
Frank L. Hoogs.
DAIRY OF THE BOARDER.
Roast beef tonight for dinner;
I ate to beat the Dutch.
A treat like that's unusual;
We don't get many such.
The aftermarth we'u garnered
Of yesterday's delight.
I'lom that fine roast tney gae us
Some nice cold rut tonight.
That luscious roast of Monday
Is lingering with us jet;
'Twas served to us this evening.
Disguised as beef croquette.
It seems Miss Skimp's imthtment
In roast was not bo rash
Ah wo supposed. This evening
'Twas served again as hash.
Today we all were grateful
To get a little fish.
No beef, we hope, remaining
To form another dish.
Ab, me! Tonight we gieeted
Once mure our dear nlil frleml
The beef bones boiled for "pottage."
wen, mis must be the end.
Gee whiz! This beats the leuird!
Last Thursday s hash oh. my
Wit hcrust and raisins added.
Is served as mince-meat pie.
I tell the cook Just what to cook
And how to cook It, though
I feel her fixed. Indignant look
An If she did not know!
1 rearrange with loving caie
The table's furnishings.
And lay some roses, heie nnd there,
'wiiuug me spoons anu things.
My prettiest walBt I don, and dress
My hair in dainty trim.
Prizing my own attractiveness
AB offering Joy to him
And then he comes! "Oh, hollo, dear'
Dead tired. Turn down that lilm,,
No letters? Any company heie?
vvuere is tne uog7" he says.
If there Is any virtue in horseshoes
Oakham Castle, England, should oe tha
luckiest place In the world. The cas
tle has a collection of horseshoes whleh
has been accumulating for hundreds of
years, it contains BhocB of silver nn,i
gold, and each one has an Interesting
Somewnere back In the Middle Ages
the residents of the castle made It their
custom to demand a horseshoe from
every peer who chanced to ride by
their gates. In case the Deer hrt no
horseshoe he was obliged to leave the
money to buy one.
The law of the country made it tins.
sible to fine a peer should ho refuse to
contribute a horseshoe to the collec
tion. Oakham Castle has for years been
used as a municipal building, but the
quaint old custom still survives.
The shoes of the collection are of
many sizes and designs. It contain
Shoes contributed by Queen Elisabeth,
the Prince Regent, George IV. and the
It has been a custom when a mem
ber of the royal family contributed
money, to buy a Bhoe In proportion to
the size of the gift. New York World.
The Llhue Dramatic Club Is to give
an entertainment at Kealla this week.
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Ads. In this column will be Insertod
at 15 cents a line one Insertion; 23
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 69
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people of
There are loiters at this office fop
the following advertisers In answer
to advertisements In the Want col
umns. Kindly call for same: "Music,'
"v X.," "11. 8," "Knqulrer," "H. H"
"Horse and Surry," "C. A.." "OK.,"
"A. N.." "W. P. D.." "T. A. C, rn-
ble," "V. IV "C. K.," "W. H.." "T. O., '
"J. O.," "No. 27," "X," "W. It.," "A.,
"I'. D. n..""It."
DRESSMAKING Madame Lambert,
the fashionable dress-Utter a la mode
de Worth, will bo pleased to receive
a few more select patrons. Corner
Vineyard and Punchbowl. 1966-4t
3WEEDI8H MASSAGE Miss Rlna
llotlng. Island Hotel, over Orpheum,
NOTICE TO HUNTERS float shoot
ing privileges for the Nanakull lands
nrn again offered to the public.
Those wishing to secure permits
will bn furnished with tickets upon
application at the office of The Dow
sett Company, Limited. W. F. Dil
lingham, treasurer. 1946-lm
Alakea St.; Tel. Main 346.
QET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables before buying elsowbero; sold
ou easy payments. Our cushions ara
guaranteed for twenty years, and
arc made by a new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted wltb our cush
ions are as good us now; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. See
our advertisement of "Manager
Wanted" for lawful slot machine.
Palmer Billiard Table Works. Chi
cago, Ills. 1937-2m
IIF YOU HAVE a house for rent or
want to .rent a house, seo A. R.
BINDT. Collections carefully at
i tended to and promptly remitted.
Office US Kaahumanu street. 1893-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. baa WHITE SAND FOR
SALE. 1543 tf
WANTED A first-class sticker hand
at oner. Call Pacific Mill Co.
WANTED To exchange a new sewing
machine for a cheap horse. Address
L. Il Bulletin office. 1907-tf
WANTED To exchange a new Auto
matic sewing machine for n second
hand maihtne and some cash. Ad
dress Mrs. H., Bulletin office.
WANTED Bo wanted by v. Paulsen,
painter. Territory Stables. 1966-3t
WANTED A hustler with 11500. to
take one-half interest in a good bus'
luess. Fur further information ad
dress C. M., Bulletin. 1966-lw
FOR EXCHANGE Stelnway parlor
grand piano for horse and carriage.
Address "Piano." Bulletin office,
WANTED Yln or Blx-room house.
furnished nr unfurnished; centrally
loiated. Address R. J., Bulletin.
A YOUNG GENTLEMAN having a few
hours time would bo pleased to ikiko
as model; refined and best of ibar
ucter; understands expression; expe
rienced artists preferred. Address
Artist, Bulletin office. 1962-lw
WANTED Four or five-room cottage,
furnished; centrally located. P. O.
box 75. 1960-1 w
$15.00 TO $18.00 A WEEK SALARY
for au Intelligent man or woman
In each town; permanent posltlo.,;
30 cents per hour for spare tlmo.
Manufacturer, box 78, Philadelphia,.
WANTED Position by a young lady
as stenographer; experienced. L.
II., P. O. box 363. , 1939 tf
MANAGER WANTED In every large
county to appoint agents for the fa
mous "(lame o'. Skill" nickel slot
machine for drinks or cigars; law
ful everywhere; takeB place of nil
forbidden slot machines. Rented or
sold on easy payments. Socuro ter
ritory quick. Palmer Billiard Tablo
Works, Chicago, Ills. 1937-2m
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings, In tho latest styles. Watches
repaired by a jowelor of 35 years'
experience. O. DIETZ, Fort street,
near Hotel, 1808 tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
BOARD AND LODGING At the Lang
ton House. Mosquito -proof and
electric light, (lood table board.
THE METROPOLE, 1150 Alalcca St.;
newly furnished rooms; electric
light; terms reasonable. 19G6-ln
NEWLY FURNISHED rooms. Bereta-
nia Ave., cor. Kcenumoku St. Mrs.
TO LET Newly furnished front
rooms(for gentlemen, from $1.50 up;
quite a fine location. Corner Vino
yard and Punchbowl, 1966-lw
TO LET A large. Bunny tront room
In a private family; mauka Thomas
Square; hot and cold water; electric
lights; possession given Oct. 15th.
Address A. B. C. P. O. box 572.
TO LET Five-room cottage, at Cot
tage Orovo, King ot. Enquire F. E
King, No. 8. 1955-tf
TO LET Six-room cottage on Collego
St., with stable and servants' qurr
ters. Apply 16 Beretanla St.
TO LET Two front rooms. No. 9
Garden lane. 1880-tf
TO LET A 6 room house at Kapal.t-
ma: 812.50. Inquire room 8, Cotnn-
bell blk.. Fort St., 316. 1957-2 ,v
TO LET House at present occupied
by Mrs. D. Center. Young street ex
tension near McCully tract. Apply
E, F. Bishop, C. Browor & Co., Queen
TO LET Newiy furnished rooms,
mosquito proof, terms reasonable.
Third house above German Bakery,
Fort St. 1930 tf
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
Kokaullke-pa, on Young St., contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, batb room and patent
water closet downstairs. Kaplntnnl
Estate, Ltd. 1921-tt
' : v i I !AS. F. .
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At Less Than the Cost of Material.
When wo first made our bow 10 the Honolulu public, just
two years ago this miuith, scarcely a readv-mado skirt was
worn bore. Yet we do not exaggerate wheu we say that In
these two years we have sold thousands of skirts. Why? Be
cause econoinlial women have found out that to havo their
Blmple, eevryilay wash skirts made by high-priced dressmak
ers la rank extravagance.
Factories can buy materials away under what you would
pay, and cutting and sewing by machinery reduces cost to a
minimum. But don't make the mistake of thinking that these
machine-made garments are wanting In stvlo nnd fit. The
originals from which the are copied ore made by high-salaried
men-tailors and are always In the latest fashion.
Think of a well-made perfectly-fitting washable skirt for
35 cents. It Is scarcely more than what the thread and
trimmings would cost you. Yet thnt. among other bargains.
Is what you will find in our skirt offering on the centre table
this week. If you are one of those women who are skeptical
about the possibility of getting a ready-made skirt that will
look woll on you, come in nnd be converted.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
TO LET Large front furnished room,
room for two, with or witnout ooaru.
Address W. A., this office. 1968-lw
TO LET Three, four or five rooms for
1 cht housekeeping. Apply 3 uere-
tanlt St. between Fort and Nuu-
TO LET 6-room house on King St.,
$11. Room 38, Campbell Rlk.
TO RENT Six room cottage on Mat
tock Ave; olcctrlc lights; sanitary
plumbing, etc. Apply O. II., P. O.
box 363. 1939 tf
FOR RENT A new house on Arte
sian St. of six rooms with nil mod
ern Improvements. Knquiro of Chas.
E. Frashcr. Consolidated Soda
TO LET 8 room house, with barn,
Nuuanu Avo. Room 38. Campbell
TO LET Space in warehouse, 30x50
feet, fronting on Alakea street; suit
able for store or stornge. Apply to
W. C. tlregg & Co, f02 ,inngenwnM
HOUGE of 14 rooms. Union St, opp.
Pacific Club; 6-room cottage, Oard,-ti
lane. M. L.. Bulletin. 1956-.'w
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, from $1.50 to $2.50 per
IF you have a houso for rent, or 'want
to rent a house, canon a. it, hinui.i.
m ...ci. n,,M. nni.tinhin, rTn '
office with Quide Publishing
uampneil diock, Aiercnam ou 11-1-1
-.-.- .., -. ioi?.i
qpuono flioiu j 11. ao.i'.-
FOR SALE Full Hue of choice groc
eries at 10 per cent below coat. In
any quantity, until entire stock Is
sold; terms strictly cash. At estate
of J. Hutchlngs. Progress block.
FOR 8ALE Wheeler & Wilson Bow
ing machine, $19. Call nt 1C46 Fort
St., near School; 1963-lw
FOR SALE Lease and large now
lulldlng on Prison road, opposite It,
R. depot; lease has eleven vejts to
run; llrst-class location; cl-eap
ground rent. For full pa'lcultrs an
pply to F. K. Maklno, office o' !
M. Brooks, Spreckeis bb'g.
FOR 8ALE Cheap, ono driving or rid
lug pony, 7 6r 8 years old; sound and
gentle. Apply iiawii. Soda Works,
Emma St. 1962-lw
FOR 8ALE Ten fine lots at PUU
NUI, abovo Wylile St.; high aul
dry, with good outlook, and conve
nient to Rapid Transit. Apply U
FRANK S. DODGE, 77 Merchant it.
FOR SALE Uentlo driving horse. En
quire Dr. A. N. Sinclair. 1960-tvv
FOR SALE New and second-hand
Smith Premier typewriters for sale
or rent. All makes repaired. Wash
ington Light Co. 1959-lm
FOR 8ALE A thoroughbred Holstein
, bull. Address F. F, this office.
STEAM LAUNCH FOR 8ALE Tho
"Tnlula." as she now He-ln the hnr
bor. Sho Is a nearly new boat, to
norfect working order, nnd has been
of Into used in towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. H. Pain.
FRESH 8TRAW The Union Express
Co. has a lot of fresh rice straw for
TO" LEASE No. 10S1 Punchbowl St.,
furnished houso of seven rooms, for
two years. Inquire at 617 Hotel St,
FOR LEASE Premises on Union St.,
with a frontage of 242 feet nnd u
dopth 01 70 feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. rtONSARRAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block.
ANNI8 MONTAGUE TURNER
will recelvo a limited number of pupils
Term commencing on and after Sep
1024 Beretanla St.
Fine Job Printing at tho Iul
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice Is hereby given, that the ani
mals described below have been Im
pounded in ti.e Government Pound at
Maklkt. Kona. Island of Oahu, and
unless the pound fees and damage
.. - unr.nnr aniUflnri' will i,n
tle dnteihcreafter named according to
Oct. 11, 1901 Sorrel horse, branded
U V on right hind leg. white stroke
on forehead to nostril, three legs
Oct. 11, 19011 roan horse, branded
H on right hind leg. white stroke on
forohend to nostrils, left foreleg
white and tamo on, the right.
All owners of the above animals arc
lu reby notified thnt they will be sold
nt public auction on Saturday, Octo
ber 26. 1901, at 12 ociock noon ir not
called for before the date mentioned.
1950-31 Pound MaBio'T.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
Extension of Term.
It appearing to the satisfaction of
the Court that the Interests of Justice
require It, thU Special September, A,
19n, Terra of tu Court wm oc and
,,.,,.. B,nii.i tmvu
nereu) exienueu twelve
hereby extended twelve days from
and after the last day of the Bald term
OEO. D. GEAR,
Presiding Judge, Circuit Court of tbo
Honolulu, Oahu, Oct. 11. 1901.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied ts the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES nnd Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowna-and pdYcelaln
crowns undectecable 'from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. AU work
dono by GRADUATED 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 oicactly as we advertise We
will tell you In ndvanco exactly whal
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth SHOO
Gold Crowns SS.00
Gold Filling. $100
Silver Filling. OOc
Our name alone will be a guaranty'
that your work will be of the best
New York Dental Parlors,
Room i, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANOP
3 Lots In Kapahulu Tract.
Lot In McCully Tract.
House and Lot on BereUnla Street
3 Cottages and Lots on King Street
near Government Nursery.
For particulars and prices apply to
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD.
30T Stungenwuld Bulldln.
TEL. MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : : :
Art Embroidery Taught : : :
Love Building, Fort Street
65 Queen St.
MR. C. J. LUDWIGSEN
Oo Saturday, October 19th
v AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, tho ele
gant homestead of Mr. C. J. LudwlR
sen, situated on tho corner of LUNA
LI I.O and KEEAUMOKU streets.'
The property faces 200 feet on Lu
nalllo street, 180 foot on KccaumoUn
street and 200 feet on Matlock street.
Grounds are well cultivated anl
Largo new dwelling houso contains
parlor and sitting room, dining anl
sewing room, kitchen, pantry, etc.
Upstairs four spacious bedrooms,
with clothcs-cloBcts and bath.
Servants' quarters on tho grounds.
A fine opportunity to obtain ono 'it
the nlceBt residences in Honolulu.
For further particulars apply to
la8. F. Morgan.
65 Queen St