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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. 11. T., FIUDAY, DEC. 20. 1?01.
Note These Bli
(op LiuIIoh op Gentlemen.
CUT FROrt $7500 to $45.00
Cleveland Chain Wheels
Choice of tlrcH, Htnlille, (Jenr.
CUT PROH $45.00 to $15.m
When you can buy ;v Cleveland nt $35, llnro l no other
wheel In tomiiPtltlon, ns they aie the LEADERS. You takn no
chances when ou buy thrso reliable wheels, nH every ono Is
fully guaranteed hy us, ami the equipment Ik of the very best.
Wheels sold on Instnllmorts.
Pull line or the Celebrated FAY JUVENILE WHEELS,
sultnblu for Chilatmns Rifts, at $25.00.
E. O. Hall &
An Object of
Is a room finished with ART NOU
VEAU or 8ILK TAPESTRY WALL
PAPERS. We havo the stock and arc
the only dealers who handle this elc
Kant line. Wo havo Wall Tapers In
all grades and can pleaso everybody.
A new stock of papers similar to in
grain we are selling at 12 1-2 c per roll.
COME AND SEE US.
Bcretanln St., neap cor.ulEmmn
Kins Street Near Nuuanu.
FIRST-CLASS MEALS 8ERVED
AT ALL HOURS.
Cheapest Good Meal In Town.
A WOMAN'S PRESENCE
la often pleasingly foretold by tho aro
ma of somo dainty perfume. In times
long gono by tho cholco scents were
mado Into unguents spread upun tho
hair and body. Then camo tho nit of
instillation, and tho odoriferous drops
wuiw tspuimiuM uii wiu uuiiiinuii.iui.-i ui
mingled with tho water in which my
lady laved her dainty limbs' and face.
Not until modern times came ttio
most perfect way of applying tho per
il! mo tho ATOMIZER. Now no toilet
tablo Is without ono.
OUR SELECTION OF
ATOMIZERS IS COMPLETE
THEIR 8UITABILITY FOR
A CHRI8TMA8 GIFT
Perfect Sprayers, made In choice do
signs, of cut-glass and dainty porce
lain. Not expensive, and thoroughly
Evorybody looks upon a Kodak now
adays as they look on an umbrella a
necessity. Still, many do not possess
them, and many moro aro dissatisfied
wlia tbo results from their cameras.
Tho pcrvorted aphorism, "Thero Is
no Kodak but an Eastman Kodak" Is
n true ono. You aro absolutely securo
In buying any article In photographic
nppllanccs whon tho namo Eastman
shows as manufacturer. Tliumiigbly
reliable and tho best of material, tbny
always give tho best of satisfaction.
It Is hard to dovlso a better Christmas
gift in this land of unrivalled scenery
than a Kodak to tlioso who no not al
ready possess ono, or, uavIng a camera
tiy soma less careful manutuctiircr, aro
dissatisfied with Its results.
Eiiatinnn Kodaks at twenty per
cent off uhiiiiI prices,
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
KING AND FORT.
The cheapest and bout light for tbo
store, ami tbo one that gives the
greatest satisfaction, Is tbo
TRANSCENDENT ARC LAMP
Actual Cost of Running 500-Can-dlepower
Lamp, One-Half Cent per
KlRtire this In comparison with
your electric light bill and also take
Into consideration tbo ractB that the
Transcendent, when lit, stays lit.
The user In independent of the
breaking of dynamos and other an
noyances so freciuent In tuts city.
Consider that the Transcendent 1s
suit, steady nnd brilliant no Mut
tering. Vaporized Kerosene only Is used.
Not Gasoline. A..soliitoly safe.
In use now and recommended by
H. F. Killers & Co.. Whitney &
Marsh, Jordan s, Mclnerny's Shoe
Store and numerous others.
There seems to bo givat doubt ou
the part of many of thd football cnthu
lat of the city that tbo Olympic
team of pluyvrs will put in an nppear-
ur.ee In the Alameda this evening or
tomorrow. However, they Intend to
be ready should tbo boys appear on
the scene. John II. Wise, one of th
players .of the city, who has seen ser
vice on sonie of the best football
teams of the Mainland, said this fore
noon: "If my experience goes for anything,
the Olympics will not come. Football
teams have bettn thrown down so oft
en on propositions of the kind that ono
cannot blame them for being wary.
I remember uncc when tho Oberlln
team, of which I was a member, went
to Cornoll on their own hook, but after
writing for terms and receiving no lo
rly. When we got there, not a cent
was forthcoming nnd we were forced
to pay nil our own expenses.
"Wo are tenlly not ready for tho re
cr ptlon of the Olympics, Cut If they
do tome, wo will do our best to enter-
tnln them. Our portion of tho ex
penses will bo decided ou later. V
enn count on nboiit $700 so far. We
will probably put tho boys up at the
lt seems that all the correspondence
with lefutencc to tbo trio of the
Olympics to Honolulu has been under
taken by tin) l'unahou Athletic Club
without any reference to tho Football
League, the proper party In any such
mnticr. tiiu inst letter written to tlie
Olympics was to the effect thai the
should bo ready to take passage
b the Alameda as a commltue was
at work Retting subscriptions from
vcrlous peoplo lu tbu city for tho pay
mrnt of tho expenses of the visiting
team. A later communication, pre
vious to the sailing of the Alameda,
was promised In this letter. It may
ho that the Olympics have taken this
ai, an iwiiiinnui that their nxpenscH
will bo paid by the Honolulu people,
but It Is "doubtful, for football teams
l.urdly ever travel uowaduys unless
they have a written Kuutautee of n
bufllcleut niuount of money, stated In
However, tbo football boys of thd
city, after the meeting of lust night,
mo going to work as If tbo Olympics
'aro really coming. If It Is found that
( the boys aro passongera In tho Ala-
im'uu, mo commuieo win iminciiiaio
ly go aiouud to tbo peoplo who have
piomlHcd to (tut up tho money and
nek them ,to produce tbo cash.
George Deulson, superintendent of
the Onhii Railway & Land Co., has fix
ed up a Joke for tho benefit of Fred O.
Smith, passenger agent of tho line
who Is expected back from tho Coast
In the Alameda this afternoon. The
Josh Is an Immense reu letter "II"
built of wood and placed on the end of
tho railroad wharf In plain sight of
every vessel entering the harbor. It
seems that Smith Is a very enthusiastic
admirer of Yale College and during his
visit to tho cast hit wagered u great.
many dollars on tho outcome of the big .
football gamo which Ilnrvnnl won
with so much glory. It Is to lemlnd
Smith that his friends here hnvo not
forgotten the predictions bu made
wblln uway, that tho big Hanurd sign
;oih MI IS
VERY MUCH DOUBTED
has been put nliero lie cuu see It us.j
soon ni ho sights the nillioud wluif.
In case tbo Alameda nriivcs at night
arrangements huvo been made to Il
luminate the Joke with red Incandes
Not many church contributors enro
to sign their names on envelopes.
A big fire will make a heavy ill aft ou
An electric wire will not suspend
business simply because It Is broke,
Weather Hurcnu, Punahoii, Decern
her 20. Temperature Morning mini
mum, CI; Midday maximum, SO,
llnromctcr nt 9 n. m. 30.09. Rising.
Dow l'olnt 9F.
Humidity at 9 n. m. 82 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Do
ccmber 20, Weather clear; wind light
Thursday, Dec. 19.
Am. schr. Muriel, Wlknndcr, 32 days
fiom amy's Harbor.
Friday, Dec 20.
Am. bkt. .Ins. Johnson, Dennett, GO
days from Newcastle.
Am. bk. Gerard C. Tobey, Oove, 27
dnys from San Francisco.
American schooner passing In nt 3
p. m., supposed to be tho Novelty, 77
days from Newcastle.
Thursday, Dec. 19.
Sir. Ivuilanl, Greene, for Lnhnlna,
Kaanapall, Kukuihnele and Honokaa.
Str. Mlkahula, Gregory, for Kauai
Friday, Dec. 20.
Am. schr. Mary E. Foster, Uudbeck,
for the Sound.
S. S. America Marti, Going, for San
Fianclsco nt 9 p. m.
&hr. Knwallanl, for Koolau ports at
3 p. ni.
S S. Alameda, Herrlman, may ir
ihe this afternoon.
From the Orient, per T. K. America
Meiu, Dec. 19 It. Abe, I.leut. Albert
O. Allen, Mrs. A. C. Allen, Infant nnd
mold; A. C. Ilryer, J. ClerfaM, Mrs. J.
Clrrfayt, Mrs. Conroy, Mrs. E. F. Earle,
A. Faget, N. J. Foote, G. ,T. Ford, Mrs.
O. T. Ford. Ed Freschl, K. FuJII. P.
FIU Gibbon, Miss M. Fltx Gibbon, I.. L.
Gillespie, Henry S. Godfrey, K. Hnldnl,
i. C. Harrison Jr., Mrs. Hnyncr aud
three children, Dr. II. M. Hlllcr, I.leut.
K Ilda, I. .J. N.; Rev. X. A. Johnson,
Miss Julia Johnson, Mr. Llhnchoff,
Mrs Mhuchoff, Miss Bertha l.oyd, Mrs.
S. A. Moffatt. S. F. Moore, Mrs. 8. F.
Moore and three children, N. Naka-
jlma, K. Otsukl, Miss M. E. Phillips.
Poi. Sin, Mrs. Pon Sin, Miss Pon
Young, Miss Pon Ou, S. Salto, Lieut
Col W. F. Splcer, I J. 8. M. C; M. Ta-
unkn, Mrs. M. Tanaka, Capt. 8. Tomlo
IJtt. A. II. White, Mrs. A. H. White,
Chin Kung Yeung.
J'or Kona nnd Maul ports, per stmr.
Matnm Loa, December 20. John Knca
Col. S. Norrls, Wm. Walter, J. Coer
per, Dr. Raymond, R. A. McWayno,
T. Kntpo, C. A. Doyle, Cnrra Da
Rego, Robert Paul, Miss Hart, W. L.
Emury, Miss Grcenwcll. Dr. A. It,
Kowntt, W. A. Wall, A. J. Storm,
S. M. Kanaknnul, Sam Kclll, Eddlo
Dunn, F. J. Testa, Peter llond. An
tone Da ltego, W, L. Emory, J.
aieenwcll, O. P. Wheeler, J. II. Agus
sir, Mr. and Mrs. Storm, Mrs. Kanaka
mil, Louisa Knuplko.
The executive committee of the Ko
publican Home Rule party held a
rousing meeting In Foster Hall last
evening and It was close upon the
hour of mldrght before tho impor
tant business In hand had been trans
acted. After considerable discussion.
It was decided to hold tho grand rati
fication mass meeting In the drill shed
(If It can be obtained), on the evening
of January 4, 1901, Tho committee
already appointed to mako arrange
ments for tho mass meeting, reported
progress, but the special committee on
speakers was not yet ready with its
report. Judge M. M. Estce, Associate
Justice Galbralth and others will be
asked to speak.
Tho greater part of the time was
tuken up with tho central committee
pioject. There was a lengthy discus
s!on bearing on tho details of tho prop
osition, aim men me following com
mltteo was chosen to act until the
meeting of tho convention: Prince
Jonah Kalanlanaole (chairman), D,
Kalauokalanl, Jesse P. Makalnal, Sen
ntor D. Kanuha, Carlos Iong. John
Emmeliith. D. Nakookoo, J. Holt, W.
Ervlng aud Morris Keohokalolc.
Prince Jonah Kalanlanaole was ap
pointed a committee of one to gtvo
out for publication to tho newspapers
such matter as tho executive commit
teo (shall consent to at its various
meetings. Thero was soma talk In
favor of allowing press rcprescnta
then to bo present at tho meetings,
but this was not looked on with much
HAWAII YACHT CLUB.
Tho Dow sett Estate haB offered to
sell to tho Hawaii Yacht Club n lot
ou tho webt sldo of tho channol at
Putiloa, Pearl Harbor, having a front
pgo of ono hundred feet on tho water,
and a dopth of two hundred feet, pro
vided tho yacht club will erect thorn-
on a $1500 building. Tney aUo agreo
to lease to tbo club tno rcmalndor ot
tho Do Fries lot for ono dollar a year,
lessco to glvo up possession on threu
months' notice Other reasonable con
ditions aro mentioned, but tho club
leeU sure that tho proposition will be
Bccepted. The directors will formu
late plans to submit the matter to tho
stockholders nt tomorrow's meeting
nnd will tako steps to organlzo a cor
poration for tho purposo pf buying tho
land. Papers are now being prepared
for tho purpose.
FOR CHRISTMA8 and Now Year
cheer try Pantheon O. P. S. whisky.
P. RODRIGUE8 Merchant tailor;
722 Fort St.. opp. i.ackfeld lildg.
OROTE 4 CRAMER Tailoring and
repairing, Union, near Hotel St.
ED. A. WILLIAMS Undertaker and
ombalmer; Fort St.. opp. Club Sta
bles; Tel. 52 Main; res.. 1482 Wblto.
J. W. A. REDHOU8E Wntch and
chronometer maker; 79 Merchant St.
I. M. LONG Rooms '
bldg.; Tel. Main 278.
F. M. DROOK8 Attorney; rooms 9-10,
Sprockets bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; IS Kaa
hurannu St.; Tel. i81 Main.
A. Q. CORREA Attorney at law; 58
Merchant St., next to postoftlce; Tel.
C. A. COWAN 1180 Union St., opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
McDONALO & LANQSTON Contract
ors and Tluililcrs; UuS Union St.
PACIFIC VEHICLE A 8UPPLY CO.
Fine cnrrlagcs, wagons, harness
and whirs; Dorctanla near Fort St.
THE KA8H CO., LTD. Two Btorcs
23-27 Hotel St. nnd cor. Fort & Hotel.
COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENT.
H. G. MIDDLEDITCH Mgr.; Com.
mcrclal Law and Adjustment Agcn
cy; rooms 10-10 Magoon bid. Tel, 328.
DR. DERBY Fort and Hotel Sts.; gas
administered; painless extracting.
DR. C. B. HIGH Phlla. Dental Col
lege "92; Masonic Tomplo; Tel. 318.
DR. G. W. RAYMOND Room 3, Molt
Smith bldg.; hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. T. MOTONAGA 40 Bcrctnnla St.;
office hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
W. L. FLETCHER Importer choice
dress patterns, lino linens, white
goods, laces and trimmings, men
nrds near Hotel St.
W. BEAKBANE Cara engraving and
stamping; room z, 1...10 bldg.
E. TAPPAN TANATT Civil and elec
trical engineer; P. O. box 92; bfflco
room 3, Spreckcls blk.; Tel. 791
liiuo; res., 2111 uiuo.
PACIFIC TRAN8FER CO.
Main 58 Main.
J. H. LOVE, Mgr.
NIEPER'S BAGGAGE EXPRE8S 722
Fort St.; Tel. Wnito Si and Main
C. A. 8CHMIEDTE Baggage express
and drnyngo; Tel. White 921.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
and fourth Wednesday In tho month.
J. E. GOEA8 BcreUnla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blue.
8. J. 8ALTER Successor to Salter ft
Walty; 712 Fort St., Orpheum blk.;
Tel. 081 Blue.
F. AVEIROS Groceries;
Walklkl of Emma St.
CITY SHOEING 8HOP J. W. McDon
aid, Fort St.. opp. Club Stables.
HARNE8S AND 8ADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNE8S CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Main 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNE8S 8HOP Fort
St., opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 791
REI8 & QU INN Merchant St., near
Fort.; Tel. 290 Main.
HAIRDRE83INQ AND MANICURING.
MISS M. E. WYNN Richards near
Hotel St.; halrdresslng, shampoo,
manicuring; Christmas novelties In
Hawaiian curios; 'iel. 521 Blue.
TH08. LIND8AY Mfg. jeweler and
watchmaker; 630 Fort St.; Lovo
bldg.; Christmas novelties.
GEO. HAFFNER Mfg. Jeweler; 1113
Alakea St., Masonic tempie.
HAWLEY'8 MILLINERY PARLORS
Tho latest in millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel. 2G4 Main.
MRS. HANNA Fort St., next to Lovo
bldg.; cholco line of now millinery,
trimmings, etc.; agent for Buttcrick
PAlNTtR AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POUL8EN minting nnd papor
hanglng; Torrltory Stables, King St,
DR. 8LOQGETT Eye, Ear, Nose and
Thoat; otllco at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. NODGIN8 Eye. Ear.
Noso and Throat only; offlco Alakea
St., lately occupied by Dr, Murray;
offlco hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE
Rcretnnla Ave.; Tel. Blue 821.
C. H. BROWN Sanitary plumbing;
Territory Stables, King St.; Tel.
C. E. MOORE & CO. Real estato and
collections, room 10, Mclntvro bldg.;
P. O. box C03; Tel. Main 315.
M. O. 8ILVA Agent for real estato
also to grant mnrrlago licenses;
B8 Merchant St.; Tel. Main 115.
P. E. R. 8TRAUCH Real estato hand
led to best advantago; houses rent
cd; loans negotiated: houses built
nt lowest prices; 38 Campbell block,
41(1 Fort St.: Tel. White 278.
MRS. L. LEHNER Stenography nnd
typewriting; Hon. Investment Co.
AMY LENNON fltenoernphy
typewriting; 13 Kaaliumanu St.
Wo wish to call special attention to the low prices to which we
havo marked our Btock of beautiful lenther
DRESS SUIT CASES
and to their desirability as presents both for mon and for women.
When desired, we will mark these cases with name or Initials and
tho words "HONOLULU, II. I.," and deliver them free of expense to
the homo of the person to which .you wish to present them.
Hair Drushes. Hand Mirrors, Glove
Stretchers, Hat Drushes, Hairpin
Trays, Jewel Hoxes, Puff lloxos,
Vaseline Hoxes, Glove Buttoners,
Pin Cushions, Vinaigrettes, Baits
Dottles, Cuticle Knives, Curling
Sets, Nnll Polishers, Shoe Horns,
Clothes Brushes, Cold Cream Jars,
Cologne Hottles, nuttonhooks, Nail
Flics, Mnnlcuro Sets, Combs, Pin
Trays, Ink Stands, Calendars,
Rook Marks. Paper Cutters, Pen
cils, Thermometers, Seals, Pen
Trnvs, Paper Cutters, Stamp
Boxes, Blotters. Writing Sots. Pon
Wipers, Desk Pads, Paper Clips,
Erasers, Candlesticks, Taper
Stands, Penholders, Tea nells.
Darners, Emory Balls, Garters,
Cuff Buttons, Collar Buttons, Bag
Tags, Match Boxes, Silver HcarU.
AND OPAL WORK.
Dresser Sets, Toilet Water Bottles,
Trays, Plaques. Smoking 8ets. To
bacco Jars, Vases, Candlesticks,
Atomizers, Picture Frames, Soap
Hoxes, Glove Boxes, Handkerchief
Ads. In this column will be Inserted
at IS centa a Una one Insertion; 23
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one '
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 60
cents one month. This la the cheapest
advertising aver offered the people of j
GENTLEMAN or lady to solicit orders
for standard booKS. Liberal com
pensation. Wm. 1. Lyon, 200 Judd
JOHN A. HA88INGER Notary Pub
lic, Agent to grant Marrlago Li
censes, etc. Removed to tho offices
of Macfarlane & Co., Kanhumanu
PRACTICAL knowledge of German
In thrco montliB. Address Box 640.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE BAND FOR
WANTED 500 men to shave for 15c
Jeff's, 43 King 'St.; five white bar
bers. 201 Ut
WmNTED PrescnUble looking repro-
senUtlves to canvass physicians for
a new medical magazine; salary and
commission. Address Ship, 154
EaBt 72 St., New torn City,
8ALE8MEN wanted; big salary or
commfssion paid to Bell our goods,
by sample, wholesale or retail. Ad
dress, enclosing 3c for postage CAN
DEX MANUFACTURING COMPA
NY, Buffalo, N. V. 2022-lw
WANTED TO RENT By man nnd
wlfA n furnlahntl IS niton rt olir
rooms. Address "B. X.," Bulletin
POSITION WANTED Expert book
keeper; large experience; best city
references; ablo to do a largo
amount of work. G. D. I)., Bulletin
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings, In the latest styles. Watches
repaired by a Jeweler or 35 years'
experience. G. DIETZ. Fort street,
near Hotel, 1808-tf
FOR 8ALE A well-equipped carriage
paint shop; good-paying business.
Apply to A. W. Lcmmon, Illlo, Ha
FOR 8ALE Fumlturo ot D-100in cot
tago; privilege of rcntlug. Call, 317
Peck Ave. 2018-lw
FOR SALE Knplolanl Park addition
lot, 100x200 lect, and faces on two
roads back of Camp McKlnlcy; must
bo sold, oven at a sacrifice. Apply
to Joh. Frlas, at J. P. UodrlgueB, op
posite 11. Hackfcld & Co., Fort St.
FOR SALE Lots on Wylllo street,
near cam; 50x100; terms reasona
ble. Apply to Charles Phillips, Mer
chant street. 2018-lmo
FOR 8ALE Oil stocks. Kern Valley
Oil Co., Occidental Oil Co., Rocke
feller Oil Co. Jl.. & Co., Ltd., 307
Stangcnwald Bldg. 2016-lmo
FOR 8ALE A billiard tablo, cheap;
used six months. Address "B. T"
Bulletin office. 2016-tf
FOR 8ALE Two lots, 50x100 eacb
nt Knplolanl tract; part cash down,
balanco, $5.00 each month, In Install
ments. Land uwnor, Box 10Z2.
' I I
FOR SALE A gentlo driving horse,
suitable for -a lady to drive; perfect
ly sound. Inquire W. W. Wright.
FOR 8ALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress R. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
FOR SALE A first-class lodging
house, very cheap; part cash, part
mortgage. Address K, this offlco.
1 996-1 m
PURE Whlto Leghorn Chickens nnd
Eggs (guaranteed). Samplos of
birds nt California Feed Co.'s, where
customers may obtain Information.
B. C. Smith, Pearl City, 1990-tf
8TEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Talula." as she now lies In tho har
bor. She Is a nearly new boat, In
perfect working order, and has been
of late used In towing at Kaliult.it
harbor. W. H. Pain.
QIFT8 FOR WOMEN.
Gloves. Fancy Hosiery, Chiffon
and Silk Neckwear, Honlton and
Heal Lace Neckwear, Fans, Delta,
Belt Buckles, Hairpins, Hatpins,
Brooches, Beauty Pins, Garters,
Workbox Sets, Purses, Chatellalne
Bags, Ribbons, Shirtwaists, Silk
Underwear, Initial Handkerchiefs,
Laco Handkerchiefs, Linen Hand
kerchiefs, Pearl Necklaces, Coral
Necklaces, Pillow Tops.
GIFTS FOR MEN.
Shirts, Pajamas, Belts, Suspend
ors. Neckties, Handkerchiefs,
Gloves, Hosiery, Collars and Cuffs,
Military Hair Brushes, Clothes
Brushes, Whisk Brooms, Traveling
Bags, Sterling Ash Trays, Hygien
ic Underwear, Umbrellas,
Infants' Hand-Mado Bootees and
Hacques, Silk Crochcttcd Caps and
Lace Caps, Table Damasks, Fine
Towels, Tablecloths, Tray Cloths,
Napkins, Lunch Cloths, Portieres,
I.nco Curtains, Quilts, Blankets.
FOR SALE Five lots on Manoa road,
near cars. Three lots adjoining res
idence of H. S. Townscnd, Esq.; two
lots In line with residence of A. W.
Meyer, Esq. Theso lots nre 100x200
feet, commanding fine view over
looking College Hill tract and pro
tected from winds of Manoa. For
further particulars apply to Charles
Phillips, Merchant St. 2003-lm
TO LET A nicely furnished front
double room, for one or two; nlso
two rooms for housekeeping, with
kitchen, dining and Oath room. Ap
ply Mrs. C. .MaJ'.mi, No. A, Christy
lanii, near Fort St. 2024-1W
OFFICES TO LET In the Collins
Building, King St., near Fort; most
central location; reasonable rente
TO LET Furnished rooms, also dou
bio parlors. Mrs. Jeff's, 1.12f Dcrc
tanla, cor. Keeaumoku, 2107-lm
TO LET A large room for ono or two
gontlemi-n, with or without board;
also room for couple with privilege
of light housekeeping. Alnkea St.,
next to Metropole. 2022-lw
FOR RENT Furnished one-room cot
tag". 1C6G Fort St. 2019-lw
TO LET Large mosquito proof room.
centrally located, 110 per month
K. E. Miller, Emma Place. 2019-tt
TO LET Roomy bath tub, with either
hot .or cold water anu all modern
improvements. Call at Silent Bar
ber Shop. , 2019-tf
TO LET Cottage of four rooms, bath,
pantry and servants' quarters; Mat
lock avenue, near Rapid Transit.
Apply to J. M. Vivas, near postofflce.
T? LET Furnished rooms for house
keeping; also one-room cottage.
GOB, (Jottago Walk, School St.
TO LET Ono large, cool front room
In prlvato family, suitable for ono
or two; also, one singiu room; gooa
location, ten minutes' walk from
' town. Apply. SOU Beretuuln St.
TO LET Two-htury house on Kukui
street, between Fort and Nuuanu;
modern plumbing. Apply, Water-
hotist & Poumure. Buthel and King.
T91.!ITT0 ,ront rooms
TO LET Two cottages, central loca
tion; aloo 1 largo furnished bouso
and ono small furnished cottage;
also lodging bouso furnlturo for snle,
eusy terms, low rent, J, W. Lake,
1288 Fort St.. Star block. 2012-tf
TO LET Ono 7-room cottage situated
on Quarry St., one 4-room cottago
on Vineyard St. Apply J. Silvia. Ki
nau St. 2008-tt
TO LET Two stores on Union St., op
posite the Paclflo Club.- Apply to
McDonald & Lungston. contractors,
1188 Union St., opposite Adams lane.
ROOM AtND BOARD.
HELEN'8 COURT" Prlvato Hotel,
off Adams lane, rear of Elite build
ing; mosquito proof, Herman M.
Levy, manager. 2020-tt
THE L08 ANGELES 1623 Fort St;
newly furnished rooms,
proof: 'termB reasonable.
L08T Model 74 Columbia cbalulcss,
No. 4361: taken from corner Fort
and Hotel Sts., sometime after 9 p.
m. Saturday; when last seen the bi
cycle had basket carrier and auto
matic bell on the handlebars. 1.1b
orul reward to anyone returning
namo to Honolulu Photo Supply Co.;
corner Fort and Hotel Sts. 2U21-1W
Ihuioughs No; I don't like Sharp
Inlgh very much!
GushlnRton Ahl Rut when you got
lilm In i reminiscent inood, Isn't It
Burroughs Hardly! I got hi in In
that mood once aud ho recalled a five
dollar loan he had made to me. Cntli
olio Standard and Times.
65 Queen St.
Oi Satirday, Dec Zlst,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my salesroom, G6 Quoon street, I
will sell at public auction for account
of whom It may concern, tho following
Merchandise, damaged by Bolt wntcr
on voyage of Importation from Calcut-'
to. and landed In Honolulu December I
9th, ox steamship Coptic, Hinder, mas-)
ter, from Hongkong:
Numbers 267, 291, 31G, 314, 274, 280,
29. 292, 319, 327.
Ten bales Sugar Bags. 800 pieces
coin. -Cash, United States gold
Jas. F. Morgan,
On Saturday, Deceaber 21
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell nt public auction,
TWO WORK HORSES,
FOUR DRIVING HOI18B8,
These animals aro Just from Cali
fornia, are perfectly sound nnd In good
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Oil Monday, December 23rd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, G5 Queen street.
The grandest opportunity ever of
fired In Honolulu to get raro and val
uable IMPORTED RUQ8
At remarkably low prices.
Jas. P. Morgan,
On Saturday Night, December 21
lit 7t:)0 o'clock, P. m
A I my salesroom, 65 Queen Htreet, 1.
will hold u largo Public Auction of un
bolted CHRI8TMA8 GOODS.
These goods will bo sold without re
fine. A good chance for splendid prewnts
nt low prices,
JA8. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen St
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