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VbTNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU H. T.. TUR8DAY, OCTOBHRS2. 1901,
A Wondrous Tale
But Its nothing new you hive
known It a long tlms, thit Is about
the excellent quality of
We can tell yon someth'iig new, however, and thit h we are selling them at
B. O. HALL & SON,
Fort Street CALL EARLY Next door to lihlcrn.
NOTICE OF SALE !
Tho undersigned naslgnoo of Bon. Guerrero offers Tor salo the follow
ing. Including tho good Mill of the grocery store heretofore doing business
under name as abovo on Miller street, near Beretanla:
COMPLETE 3TOCK OF GROCERIES.
FIXTURES INCLUDING COUNTER, SHELVES, ETC.
ICE BOX. CHEESE 8AFE.
IRON COMBINATION SAFE. ONE HORSE.
ONE DELIVEhY WAQON.
Tho nbovo will bo Bold at less than cost and a full description can be
had of name by calling on
Assignee of Ben. Guerrero, at Lewis
Honolulu, Octobur 19, 1901.
A FAULTLESS LIGHT
TEL. MAIN 390.
ioi sip raK
Tho Atlvu.tlscr In Its extreme hur
ry to lorco tno widening oi Ho.el
sireet lor purposes cry well Known,
has got I. sen imu ano.lier muddle.
Yesterday morn.ng. tne paper men
tioned came out with a long article
stating that tho owners oi property
on Hotel street wouTa &ao to como
to UTu.8 wi.li ho Uovumuieut Inline- i
dlately, that tho "stone wall would
have to como down, and that every-1
thing would bavo to bu sottloa up
within twenty lour hours or so. This
morning ma AUerllsor Is forced to I
coniranict I. sell and biucs behind the
fact that Superintendent or 1'ubilc
, i. ti...i ... nni .... .. i. i
wuinn uujru in tjuiu,; unu, iu uiuur
to get out of a hole into wnlch its too
well marked zen lias carried It.
'the lacts are these: Mr. lloyd baa
made a very lair iiroposliion to the
owners of land on tio.el s.reet and
has proposed an exchange lor the
snmo, o Government land on Millet
street. Ho nas stated particularly
that ho Intends to do all no can to
ward an amicable soulcuient anu has
asked tnai a toun.cr proposition, bo
made by the owners ot tne land in or
der that a hippy medium might be
reached. Ho Is In no particular hurry
atiu .. iutu iua uwiiurs oi mo prop
erty to think the waiter over very
taiu.u.iy. n.at is an mere .8 to the
thing, and a nappy medium will tin
(louutCriiy bo struck, but not within
twenty-lour or lor.yelgat hours ot
the time when the Advertisers first
story was wri.ien.
San Francisco, Oct, 14. Tho Korea,
one of iuo new liners bcln., bul.t ut
Newport News for tho Pacific Mall
Steamship Cumpany for the run be
tween San Franc.8,.0 nnd tho Or.enta,
ports, Is scheduled to urrtve here in
January. Her arrival will hi n great
rvent In ino history of tin Paclfin
eteamBhlp service, for tno biggest of
the vessels now ply.ng ctwern San
Krnnc.SvO nnd tho Orient Is ot on y
about halt her s'zh and far f om tho
modern standard of tbo Atluutlc lin
ers. 'ihu Korea was lnunthed last March
and her machinery Is being pt t In. 'ine
Eastern labor trouh'rs Interfered w.th
the work on her, but she Is new rapidly
The Korea Is of 12,003 .tons, l.'cr
length Is 672 feet and 4 Inches, over all,
HAMAKIU FIRE REPORT
Colonel Boyd, before leaving the
burning forests In the' Hamakua' dis
trlct. Instructed Albert Horner to con
tlnue the detail ot watchers, so as la
rc.ain the tiro within the smallest pos
Hilda limits. On Sunday a letttr was
received by Colonel Hoyd from Mr.
Horner stating that, on the lGlhtnst.
be had just ro.urned from tho Ken
nahulu lira and that it was practically
pau. Tno men are working nt thlf
flro yet deepening trenches and loj
ping off branches of bucnlng trees. Tho
tiro lo tho cist of tho Nitpea homo
tcads Is out, but tho soil is still
smouldering In places. lho fl.-o abovo
Kalopa Is also tinier ron'rnl n'tln
but last week tbo flro got .beyond the
lino of tho nver and tome luu uioi,.
acres of lorest were burned. No nln
had yet. lail.m In tne lowlands (16th;
and high winds wero prevailing.
When a men goes ter runnV fe
office you sometimes finds out dat h
wux bo'n a Baptist, raised a Method's!,
eu eddlcated a Presbyterian. Atlanta
fiww in v
fell--, ?jCi!n Sir
H. F. LEWIS,
&. Co, 1C60 Fort Street.
FOR THE HOME.
Thero is only one and that is the In
candescent. Always ready for use with a colt,
brilliant and steady light Does not
gnioko or smell.
Adda the finishing touch to a well
Not expensive as many people think;
costs very little more than kerosene.
Lot us gle you an estimate- on wir
ing jour houso; you will find our fig
ures far below what you expected.
KING STREET, near Alakea.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
AND THE FAR EAST
Many No'able Passengers on Both
Vessels Over One Hundred
Laborers Ar ive
The O. ft O. S. S. Oacllc, Captain
Finch, from the Orient arrived off port
eurly this morning after a very pleas
ant oyage. She has a large number
of cabin passengers through! for San
Trauclsco and In the steerage, brought
l Japanese laborers for the Islands.
Among the cabin passengers the
most notable are Mrs Wu "Ting Jang
v.fe of tho Chinese Minister nt Wash-
Ingtou nnd her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ho
oit. wife of tho Chinese Consul Gen-
cral at San Francisco. Mre. Wu late'y
latsed through here on her way to
Ch.na nnd U now returning to her bus-
band. A good deal cf Interest attached
tn Mrs. Wu'sWnt vls't to the Flow-I
try Kingdom as It was supposed to
have a rolltlcal significance but this U
ilenled.by tne lady who eaya she was
uicrcly vlsltlne her family and friends
Among the other cab n passengers
sre Frank II, Dixon and C. II. Hand,
.nlnlng experts from Borneo nnd 8u-
matra on their way home to report on
.iropertles In the East IiiUIcb. Rev.
tleorge Hudccn and family, mlss'on
ar'rs returning to tho States; F. E.
?etnald of a Chicago tea Imparting
lrra, Daren on Lerchcnfcld of tho
German consu ar cons and several
Herman army officers returning from
he war '
Tho Oacllc brought 63S tons ot
're'ght for this port and will sill fori
San Francioco from the channel whaif
I ii oVlook thin afternoon
rived hero yesterday afternoon nfter tt
"try pleasant trip of a 1 ttlo over six
days. She brought several passengers
vho will lay over hero ttnd her cabin
-ccommodatlons through to the Orient
-r nif,l to their full mnuMtv. Hint
totable people are aboard ner on their
vay westward. The steamer brought
t large mall but no freight for this
tort. Sho will sail for the Orient thit
ifterncon, from the Pacific Mall wharf
nt 4 o'clock, taking about 100 Cblnt u
tnd 150 Japanese steerage passongcra
POWER OF ATTOh..-.
During my absence from tho Torrl
ory Mr. L. E. Plnkham Is given i"v
owur of at ontoy to transact all bus
loss for mo.
f. w. nnRDSLi:E.
Honolulu,JT. II.. Oct. 22, 1901.
Taere will be a mooting of tho
ttockholdcrs of the Yerrl'ory Stables
o. Ltd, Thursday, October 24, at 3
i. m. In tho com piny b offire.
W. W. CHAMBE"LAIV,
1974 2t ' Secretary.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, October
22. temperature Morn.ng minimum,
C8; Midday maximum, 81.
Harorcter at II I., m. 29.98. Irergular.
Dew Point UF.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 77 per cent
Diamond Head Signal fetation, Oo-tober-
22. Weatiivr ciear; wind fresh
Monday, October 21.
O. ft O. 8. 8. Coptic, Hinder, Iron)
Schr. Ada; Irom Kauai ports.
Tuesday, Ocobir 23.
O. ft O. ti. ti. Oafcllc, Klncb, trom
Qlobe T. Co. Meteor, Ashfrom, from
Stmr. Ke Au Hon, Moshor, from Ha
Monday, October 21.
Htmr. Nllhnu, 'ihotnpson, for liana
hi and Ahtiklnl.
Stmr. Hawaii, Bennett, for Maul and
Schr. Malolo. for ..aual pot s.
Schr. ljidy, tor Koolnu ports.
Schr. Alice Klmhali, for K&Jal ports.
Tuesday, October 2J.
Am. schr. Siokanc, Jati.lson, for
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Gcarlc, for
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Illio and
Am. schr. 11. R. Hind, Erlckson,
for tho Sound.
Stmr. Noeau, wyman, lor Lahnlna,
Kaanap.tli, nuwtiliincio anu Iiouoi.ua:
u. -0. S. 8. Coptic, Uluder, for
ilio Orient; 4 p. in. .
bci.r. inwnn.tni, lor Koolau ports.
Sluir. Llauiliiie, l'arker, lor maul
pr.r.s; 5 p. tit.
(las. BL.ir. Kciipse, rowiiRcnd. tot
.Maul nnd Konn por.s; 3 p. iu
u. a O. a. b. Oaelic. f'inch. for
San Francisco nt S p. in.
From San Francisco, per O. & O.
8. ti. Cop.lc, Uctoucr 21. Lay over
nt Honolulu Lieut. A. C. Alien, wlio
and ennd; P. v. Uttscn. For Yoko
hama 11. Gebegg, U. W. Uraraball,
It. K. Colibran, ti. Frcschl, Mrs,
itato N. .loanson. Miss W. Kimball,
L. Locwenbnch, T, Malsumara, H
bimtus. for obo Miss 8. Alexao-
ilcr, llev. J. L. Atkinson, Mrs. J. L.
Atkinson, Miss Vesta Atkinson, J. A.
ucrn son, Dr. Henry l-nnning, P. Nor
Ian, Miss M. Hansom. For Nagasaki
mIsh Allco Coio. For Shanghai -
Itev. 7.. C. Deals, irs. 7.. C. Heals
and ihlld, Rev. t. M. onapin, Mrs. r'.
M. Cliapln nnd two iblidrcn. Hnv. D'.
T. Huntington, Miss . C. Hunting-
on. I jr. I), i. Logan, Mrs. O. T. La
pan, thlld nnd Inlant; Miss Carrld
wnsson. For Hongkong Lieut. A. C.
I Allen, Mrs. A. C. Allen, inlant and
maid; Mrs. .uajnr W. II. Andorson
I and Infant, Miss S. M. liars. ow. Miss
A. R. Hiskcrvllle. P. V. llitsch, Miss
I, C.issoii, S. Oelat, r. II. Ooddard,
A, T. Oochr, Consul Oenernl Vcon
(lutslaln, Mrs. Leon Oulsiain, Itoitcr
(in sltln. Paul Oiilslaln, .Hbs Marie
IaiiiIso uulslaln, Miss PIcrro uulslaln.
Mis. T. I,, llartlgan nnd tlireo chil
dren, Qeorgo IlnjeB. Miss II. Hlrsch.
i:. A. HoiiHoman, .Ma.ior J. O. Hutch
inson. Mrs. M. II. 'Cerfoot, W. 8.
Klnch, Mrs. W. 3. Kinch, K. II.
Knox, Mrs. A. M. T. Ixiwry, R. Ly
ons, Robert Mitche.i. Mrs. I,. D. Mc
Coy, Miss U. V. McCoy, A. A. Ho
lievir, Mrs. I. McKlnnls, Miss J. Mc
Klnnls, O. F. Nelson, K. A. Ram,
Mrs. B. A. Ram, D. Sexton, Miss R.
Sexton, Miss .. Sinclair, Mrs. S. T.
Siepbeus, Max Stcvt-nscn. Mrs. Max
Stevenson, Miss F. N. 1 ballon. S.
C. Trench. E. Von Meyer, W. Wat
l.nv. Miss C. White.
From the Orient, per O. ft O. S. 8.
Gaelic. October 22. r'or San Francis
to Miss A. P. Ballagh. C P. HortL
olf, Lorn Chok i an, Frark II. Dlx
oa. Lieut. C. Flefcl, I. O. A.; C. II.
Hand. Ho Wlncslu, Rev. Qeorgo Hud
son, Mrs. Qeorgo Hudson and four
children, Harrlj O. Hudson, W. 8.
Newberry, Miss Clara Hose. Lieut. C
fiehel, I. J. A.; Cap-am J. Sorhlcr,
' ! Uct- K. Strauss. I. O. A.;
,rB-E' T.; WL.iatns and child Mrs.
cobllix. V. E. Fcrna.d. Mrs. Huh
(inss. U. Hashimoto, Mrs. Ho Vow
,-nd two scnutits. Miss Ho Ah Choi-.
Damn vein Lerchcnfcld, II. Mnknshl.
'-'cut. W. Oslander I.; Alex. Salmon,
""H?"? S'VH'.V H iV H',?""""'
Ji!omaB' A' 0l Vaoa- M,ss Wu ou
tor Hllo and way ports, per stmr.
Klnau. October 22. Mrs. L. .nmara.
Mrs. E. Kamakala, M. M. Hush. J.
wooiiov onuwiie, j. it. - rger
son, R. N. Boyd, J. J. Sullivan. A
A. Hniyraor, Fr. Boarman, Fr. Ma-
PaWttmtf flflin Wt lm. T. Ihiinv Ulna
i,, Martin. J. H. W.s'e. Miss .' Akn.
jos. Osborne. F. R. Kellan, Mrs."
Chong Mol, Rov. O, Makckau, Mlsa
M. E. H-de, 8. D. Coko, Ifc nnd
child: C. Druns. R. J. lluclmnan, Mr3.
W. Rocky, K. C. Kubo. Airs. J. N.
Solilnson, II. r. WchscW-au, P.
Schneider, D. Laud, II. II. Scovcl, J.
Zun'graf, 8. C Hammond, W. F.
Balding. T. R. Keyworth. Miss J. N.
tfarnnrd, Miss C. N. McClonan, Jann
U. Massle, W. D. Hopkins.
For Maul ports, per stmr. Claudlne.
.ui.iiii.er a. n. n. iiurg. w. -. vvnu
(()K0. w. 8. Webster. Miss M. A.
Uurrlll, N. K,. Kaloa and wife. W.
Walsh. H, E. Murray, J, , . Kalui.
Miss Kiamo, Miss Ail.au. A. Iona, II.
O- B1,' Mrs- B- ,K- Holstoln and
Child, Ling Yoil, Wm. McUfoW and
Naukaua. Miss N, Akeo,
Mt ' A V;
Nlcho.s, W. Rodgers and
wlu i u
Hoyd. Marston Campbell,
A. 11. Halltster, A. Fernandez, Jr.
SHIPS IN 0CEJNR4CE
Now York. Oct. 15 After a voyage
and ra-o of ten days down tho coast
from Now Brunswick, two three-masted
schooners, the Nlinrod and tho
Earah C. Smith, reached this port yes
tPiday, ha'f a minute apart. Tho Nlm
rod came In first. Not rntll the nmelul
starting tlmo Is rccolvcd from Hills,
loro, N. B. tlieicforo, can tho fiistrr
craft bo dctcrm'ned. Tho w'nncr will
he favored by a cement company In tha
tratisrorlat'on of Us material from Cu
tin ''a. says the Wor'd. ,
While the race lasted the vessels
were constantly In sight and wlth'n
balling d'stnnce of each other and
every yard of canvas was strained and
every concelvab'e device of nautical
skill employed by tho skippers to ga'n
ecn the Bllghttst-odvantage over thf
othet. The distance Is 800 miles.
Ad. In this column will be Inserted
at IS cent a line one Insertion; 23
centa two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and SO
centa one montn. This Is tne cheapest
advertising ever ottered tne people cf
PIANO TAUGHT BY EXPERIENCE
ll TEMoHtMJ new, quick method;
S5 month; special attention to adult
beginners. Address box 640.
A GENTLEMAN who has been very
successful In preparing students for
the great universities ot tho world
would like to give private lessons
for board. Aduress Postgrauuate,
this office. l(2-lw
DREESMAKIkO Madame Lambort,
tho rashionablo Paraslan drees fitter
a la mode do Worth, will be pleased
to reecho a few more Bclcct patrons.
Corner Vineyard and l'unchoowl.
REMOVAL The Sewing Machlno Ex-
chango has removed to 1288 Fort
St. All kinds of sewing machines
bought, sold, rented or exchanged.
QWECDISH MA88AGE Miss Rina
Hnlng, Island Ho el, over Orphoutn.
GET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables bcroro buying elsewhere; sot I
ou easy payments. Our cushions nto
guaranteed for twenty years, and
arc undo by a now vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions are as good as new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. See
our ndvcrilsomont of "Manager
Wanted" for lawful slot machlno.
Palmer Billiard Tablo Works. Chi
cago, Ills. , 1937-2m
IF YOU HAVE a houso for rent or
want to rent a house, sea A. R.
BINOT. Collections carefully at
tended to nnd promp'ly remitted.
Offlro 115 Kanhumanu street. 1893 If
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Unlo.l
Express Co. bun WHITE oAND FOR
SALE. 1543 If
VANTED Position as s'enographcr
nna lypcwitter ny oung lady or ox
porlenco. Address A. II., tali of
fice. 1974 tf
WANTED A first-class sticker hand
at once. Call Pacific Mill Co.
WANTED To exchange a now Auto
matic sewing machine for a second
hand machine and nome cash. Ad
dresB Mrs. II.. "nlletln office
WANTED Ptvo or six-room house.
Itirnlsbcd or unfurnished; centrally
located. Address It. J., liulletln.
by a young lady
II., P. O. box 3B1
MANAGER WANTED In oery largo
county to nppolnt agents for tho In
mous "Gamo o' Skill- nickel slot
machine for drinks or ilgurs; law
ful overywhore; takes place of all
forbidden slot machines. Rented or
sold on easy pnvments. Secitro ter
ritory quick. Palmer Billiard Tnblo
Works, Chicago. Ills. 1937 2m
WANTED To sell Dlamord and Opnl
Rings, In tho latest styles. Watches
repaired by a Jeweler or 35 years'
experience. Q. D1BTZ, Fort street,
near Hotel. 1808 tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE LANGTON King St. near South.
Hoard and lodging. Mosquito proof,
GOOD TABLE BOARD. 1960 tf
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St.;
nowiv itirnisncu rooms, mosquito
proof r terms reasonable. 1930 tf
I HE METKOPOLfc, 115u AlaV'a St.:
newly furnished rooms; electric
light; terms reasonable. 1956-l.n
TO LET Part of storo on Beretanla
s'reot, four door cast ot Emms.
Apply to Jib. No.t. Jr., Beretanla
St., third door west of Emma.
TO llET At KI. Pramero, 1189 Ala
kea S(., nicely lutnished rooms w..j
all modern Improvements, electric
lurhlB Lims, oi., centrally located.
Prices reasonable 1974-lw
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms with board, ba'h and cloio s;
prlvu'.o family. Address A. B.. this
office. 1 972-1 w
TO LET Neat, attractive furnished
rooms; rooms lor housekeeping;
thoroughly Sanitary. n03 Punch
bowl St., off Beretanla St. 1971-lw
NEWLY FURNISHED rooms. Boreta
na Ave., cor. Kccaumoku St. Mrs.
To LET A largo, sunny trout room
In a piivato family; matika Thomas
Square; hot and cold wa'er; electric
lights; possession given Oct. 15th.
Address A. D. C. P. O. box 672.
TO LET Flvo-room cottage, at Col
lage Qrove, King ot. bnquire h . E
King, No. 8. 1955 tr
TO LET Six room cottage on Col'ego
St.. with siable and servants qu-.r
ters. Apply -) Uerotanla St.
TO LET Two
front rooms. No.
TO LtT Houso aL-prosenioccuplcd
by Mrs. D. Center, Young street ex
tension near McCully tract.. Apply
E. F. Bishop, C. Brewer & Co, Queen
St. 19J2 tf
FOR RENT Two t2) story houses at
Kckaullke-pa, on Young St., contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet downstairs. Kaplolani
Kstate. Ltd. 1921-tf
TO RENT Six room cottage on Mat
tock Ac.; electric lights; sanltaiv
plumbing, etc Apply O, II., P. ().
box 3oa. 1939 If
FOR RENT A new house on Arto.
slan St.. of six rooms with all mod
em Improvements, enquire of Chas.
h. rrasher. Consolidated Sodi
Works, i 1922 if
TO LET1 8 room houso. with barii,
Nuiianu Avo. Room 38, Campbell
ntk, 1902-1 m
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, from 11.50 to $2,50 per
woek. 1952 tf
IF you have a house for rent.'or want
to rcntH house, rail on A. R. BINDT.
offire with Guide Publishing Co,
Campoell block. Merchant St., Tel
ephone Main 374. 1847-tf
NEWS FOR MEN THIS WEEK.
nw York shirt
showing their 1902 patterns of shirts. Anomalous
as It may seem, theso shirts will no worn on me
ittreots of Honolulu before they are seen on Broad
way. That's beiause it's alwa)s summer here. I
We have ordered our quota of tho new .shirts,
and in order to make way for them, we place the
balance of the old stock on sale at
Don't make the mistake of thinking that those
are Inferior shirts just because they are cheap. They
' are regular dollar shirts of fine Madras, solid colors
ami perfect fit. A dollar does today what It would
have taken three to do a few short rtonths ago.
With the negligee shirts wo hao placed a few
fine Laundered White 8hlrts, which vlll go at the
As a bait? Well, os, as an extra Inducement
to get you men coming In here for your furnishings.
These shirts fere of "Wachusett" and "Garland" man
tifarturo, with fine 2400 linen bosoms and wristbands,
felled seams, reinforced back and front, and with
long, full.dress or short bosoms. BuX t..ero aro not
njany of them, so on II nae to stop lively, gentle
men. If you would participate In tho spoils.
THREE FOR A DOLLAR.
.WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
FOR 8ALE A Frasler road cart and
light harness. 307 Stangendwald
'.. . . . -.... . ,. .
FOR SALE Lot at 2130 Mctcalf St.,
Punnhou. Sea View, 17,iJ6 square,
feot Apply on promises 1970-lw
FOR 8ALE Full line of choice groc-
erles at 10 per cont below cost. In
any quantity, until entire stock Is
sold; terms strictly cash. At estate
of J. Hutchlngs, Progress block.
FOR SALE Ten fine lots at PUU
NUI, abovo Wylllo St.; high a ill
dry, with good outlook, nnd conve
nient to Rapid Transit. Apply t J
FRANK 8. DODGE, 71 Merchant t.
FOR 8ALE New nnd second haul
Smith Promlor typewriters for sale
or rent. All makes repaired. Wash
ington Light Co. 1939-1 m
FOR SALE A thoroughbred Ilolsteln
bull. Address F. F this office.
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Talula." us sho now lies. In the har
bor. Sho Is a nearly now boat, io
perfect working ordor, and has been
of late used In towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. H. Pain.
FRESH 8TRAW Tho Union Express
Co. has a lot of fresh rice straw for
FOR LEA8E Furniujed house. No.
1081 Punchbowl 8t.rTietween King
b.. and Rapid Transit lines; set en
rooms. Inquire at Mrs. Pratt's. Prln-,
torn Lano. 1945 tf
FOR LEASE Promises on Union St.,
with a frontage ot 242 feet and a
depth oi 70 feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. MONSARRAT.
Kooma 20 21, Campbell block.
TO LEA8E No. 1081 Punchbowl" 8t
furnlnhod house of seven rooms, for
two years. Inqulro at 617 Hotel SL
LuiiT Open face silver watch, op
Walklki beach, near Moana Hotel:
reward. J. I. D Bulletin. 1973-tw
L08T Dark bay niaro; right foro and
hind logs whlto; star on torohead.
Suitable rowurd. A. K. Vlerra.
GET A HOWIE
GOTOMORROV. AND 8EE
THE BOAROMAN LOTS.
PRICE $1500 to 91700.
CheapoHt and best located lots In
Honolulu. Hood marino view, drain
age! and with Its proximity to down
town. On lino bf electric cars, COR-
i'NER OF KAPIOLANI AND LUNALI-
LO STRET8, places It without an
Call at office for diagrams and fur
WILL E. FISHER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Corner Alakea and Merchant 8treU,
u. Dt deweti
-. J. WILLIAMS
manufacturers are already
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
-rnr-Tij t-vpn Arvfrur, ittn c-tt t tt.
. no'nrn-rriv without uaiv i..
ABS.,LUTlnLX, Ti .1 ,f.N .?'
our late self ntlflc method "applied to tkt
gums. No sleep-producing agents ot
-.,, ... ,..,. ., ,, ... ., ,.
ltTbe.l, "e the ""'f'"'"'"'"' l
Honolulu having PATENTED APPL1
ANCDS and increments to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelalt
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
done by ORADUATED DENTISTS oi
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
' each department In charge of a Special
ist Give us a call, and you will And
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
8et Teeth 85 OO
Gold Crowns 65 00
Cold Filling $1 OO
ttilver Pilllnfin HOc
Our name alone will be a guaranty
that your work will be of the .best
New York Dental Parlors.
Room 4. Elite Building, Hotel Stri
LADIEfl IN ATTENn.NCl -
employs two of the most skillful and
experienced white baker In the city
to superintend their cake and bread
department. Everything clean, whole
some and sanitary. Only the very best
material and flour used for making
Gluten, Rye, French, Home-made and
all other styles of Bread.
Thirty Loaves'of Bread for One Dollar.
Doughnuts, Snail, Buns, etc.,
out t B a.m.
Cup Cakes and Lady Finger
out at 7 a.m.
Jelly Roll and Layer, Fruit
uaKe, etc., out at 8 a.m.
Custard, Squash and Pumpkin
fie out at , .. v a.m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Pies out at 10 a.m.
Chocolate Eclair and Cream
Puff out at 11 a.m.
Cookie and Macaroon out at 12 a.m.
Artittle Wedding Cakes any Price.
I J. Oswald Lut ted,
Industry . . 1
An artlc)e"whfch has stood severe,
tests, and which Jn be fumltbed
as wanted, In good condition.
' ', 1
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke.
, TEL. MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping,
Full line of Art Materials : : :
Art Embroidery Tauzht : : ;
Love Bulldlnc, Fort Street
65 Queen St.
' ,n, in
-A , .V
The undersigned will rocclvo applt
rations to lease lots tn tho "SCHMIDT
CENTRAL BLOCK" on Beretanla
street. No. 688, adjoining the prom
I8cs or tne uuoens Hosnital.
This aluablo rrooorty will be dlvld
cd Into several buslnoss sites and or
fers a fine chance to Investors In Real
Estate. Suitable for Btorcs, Lodging
Houses or Dwelling. Applications for
lots will bo treated In priority and it
will pay to make early applications.
An Important featuro of these leases
Is that the lessee has tho option of
purchasing his lot In fee simple during
tho term of his loaso at a figure based
on tho rental he Is paying.
Terms and conditions of lease with
amount of renta asked can be had on
Jae. F. Morgan,
65 Queen Street.
65 Queen St