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RVKNINa BUU.KTIN. HUNULULU H. T., 8ATURDAY, MAY 17, 108. , ,
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EVERYDAY WANTS AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
HAWAII'S JREATEST OPPORTUNITY FOR LARGE RETURNS ON SMALL INVESTMENTS
If you want employes or If you
If you want lodging or boarding,
or have them to let. If you
' want to rent rooms advertise
In tfie Bulletin Want Columns. '
Advertise any want you have
and advertise your business.
V" -if'i '?
MARRIED lady going to San Francis-
to wishes to travel as Imly's inafd
rr nurse girl: speakB French, Ger
man nnd Kngllsh. Apply to Bulletin
office, King St. 2149-3 1
POSITION WANTED German wom
an, good cook ami housekeeper; care
cf small children; wants position.
Address Housekeeper, thin office.
VANTED Lady of refinement, thirty
jests of age, desires to bo compa
nion to lady, or governess to small
children. Can give godd references.
Wiling to leavo city. Address A.
n. C. this office. lCs-lw
WANTED Dy experienced man of 28
occupation as bookkeeper, store
clerk, night watchman, lima or any
other posltlou; remuneration (CO up;
flist-rnte Island references. Apply
P. O. box 2S. 2124-tf
WANTED lly a young lady, situation
is stenographer and typewriter; ref
erences. Address K., Uullctln office
JOWERS'MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night
watchmen furnished for buildings,
Vulnni property and residences.
Office and Residence, School St.;
H. O. Box 284. Tel. White 3691.
PIA.40 TAUGHT by graduate Lclpslc
Conservatory. J5 month, special at
tention to adult beginners. Address
-Music." Bulletin office. 2133-lm
WANTED To purchase a second-liand
transit, must be lu good condition.
Address "Transit, this office.
WANT your whiskers amputated? Go
to Jeffs. He shaves for 15c; 5 white
barbers. 43 King St. 2011-tf
FOR SALE At Union Darter Shop, a
remedy fur dandruff and diseases of
the scalp. Tmparts a healthy color
to tb hair.
FOR SALE OR REMT--Lodging and
bo&ruing house. In center of town.
Apply Honolulu Investment Co.,
Judd bUg. 2133-tf
iOR SALE One second-hand pool ta
ble. 07th Co., C. A., Camp McKln
FOR SALE A deslrablu modern resi
dence, 40x48, and cottage, 22x30.
Ith lot 97x131 on Kukul street near
avw Kauraakaplll nurch grounds
and Kalulanl School; healthy loca
tion with superb view to Nuuanu
alley. Also a few high Building
ixitn. 50x131, will be sold on Easy
Terms. Apply to P. E. II. Strauch,
32 Campbell Block, cor. Fort and
FOR SALE $300 phaeton, almost
new; will sell for $190. Enquire
FOR SALE Ten fine lots at Puunul,
iooto Wylllo St. Also corner on
Dominls St., Punahou. Apply to
Frank S. Dodge, 77 Merchant St.
FOR SALE Choice varieties of
FERNS lo baskets and pots; cut
ferns also; Begonias and Caladl
ouis. Mrs. E. M. TAYLOR, 730 Ki
tau St.; Tel. Whlto 3251.
FOR SALE Cheap, a 30-room lodging
louse, good location, electric lights
ind baths; owner has other busi
ness; can give easy terms. Address
P. O. box 232. 2129-tf
FOR SALE 1 Lodge & Shipley power
.mr, i unit press, i pipe cutter,
cats np to six Inches; all new ma
chines, now on hand In Honolulu;
xlso ono steam launch. W. II. Pain,
J"unabou. 2126 tf
FOR SALE Two 3-year-old grade
Jersey cows Just calved; good milk
ers and gentle, giving ten to twelve
arts a day each of rich milk. Ap
ly to California' Feed Co. 2120-tf
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress It. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
TO LET Desk ai;d officeroom, Room
If JUIutyro Bldg. 2115-lw
FOR RENT Commodious new 7-roora
nouse, 2 toilets, servants' room, barn
etc. Punahou. G. B. McClellan, at j
U F. Dillingham Co., Ltd. 2143-lw
70 LET PlenBnnt, airy rooms, 1400.
Pmichbowl St.; oIbo cottage 2 rooms
lor housekeeping. Terms reason
RENT Newly furnished- Uo-
rirfim cottage, suitable for 1 or 2 gen- to
tlemen; i-loso to electric cars. Apply
F. Turner, nt Lewis & Co. 2147-lw
WANTED Lady servant for light
housework. Apply T. J. Walker,
Pearl City, 2144-lw
FOR RENT Cottage, 7 rooms, end of ,
tram line. Walklklj Improvements,
Apply Occidental Ilarbcr Shop.
FOR RENT June 1st
seven rooms; latest Improvements;
South King St. 'inquire 1941 South ngreement Into effect will be proceed
King St. 2148-tf cd with by the department without de-
TO LET Two nicely Tarnished fruit
rooms, private family. 220 Vineyard
St. off lamina. (10 each.
GOOD pasturage, near town, $3 per
month. W S. Withers, cor. Queen
nnd Alakea Sts. 2147-lw
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms
and use of stable; large grounds.
550 Ilerctanla St. neat- Alapal.
FOR RENT The desirable downtown
residence on Alakea St. now occu-
pieu uy wr. v. is. cooper, containing
7 rooms, kitchen, bath nnd lar.al;
electric lights. Apply on premises,
TO LET A house on Punchbowl 8t.
between Hotel nnd tleretnnla; nlno
bedrooms, dining room and kitchen;
newly painted and papered through
out; electric wired, etc. Apply to
Dr John S. McOrcw, cor. of Lunnll
lo and Hnekfcld Sts. 2147-31
HONOLULU HOTEL Furnished
Rooms, light nnd airy; $1.50 to $2.50
per week; hot and cold baths; best
board in the city.
"0 LET Cottngo on Punctfbowl St.;
"odern Improvements. Apply to A.
O. Cunha, 2d bouse abovo Mormon
Church. Kloor matted. 2120-2m
rin ncM-r c-,..i.t,..i ...i,
i with privilege of light housekccDlnc I
. thP I, l.nfl Jtn.el ,TH
at tnc island Hotel, 714 1-ort SL
Rooms 25c. 50c, 75c, $1 per night.
CO LET Rooms Nos. 11 and 12, Mc-
Itityro Building, formerly occupied
by Vlckery's Art Exhibit. Apply to
E. F. Bishop, nt C. Brower Co.'s.
TO LET House on Young Street at
formerly occupied by W. Needham
Esq., near McCully Tract. Has Ihreo
sleeping rooms, bath, hot and cold
w'ater. Apply E. F. BlBhop, at C.
Brewer & Co. ' 2117-tf
TO LET Roomy bath tub. with cither
hot or cold water and all modern
Improvements. 7all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. , 2019-U
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
MrConnel's. Garden lane. 2055-tf
WATERHOUSE PODMORE, 39 S.
King St. cor. Bethel, are offering:
FURNISHED house, 4 bedrooms and
stable; Lunalllo nr. Pensacola. Bent
$45 per mo. Will rent for 0 or 12
FURNISHED house In Nuuanu valley
close to Rapid Transit; 4 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, double parlor, dining
room, stable for 3 horses, cowshed.
FURNISHED house on Beretanla; 4
bedrooms, with uso of cow and
chlpkens for 3 or 4 months. Very
FURNISHED house at Walklkl; 4 bed
rooms and 2 cottages In yard. Good
bathing. Rent reasonable.
.FURNISHED cottage on Rapid Tran
sit line; 5 rooms. Rent $20 month.
ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Back of Elite;
under new management; strictly
first-class; light, airy, mosquito proof
rooms. Mrs. J. Duggan,
L08T Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to have stock
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent four of tho
strongest fire Insurance companies.
LOST Brown paper package and
white envelope secured together ahd
containing kodak views anil films.
Roward If returned to this office.
FOUND Victor bicycle, same can bo
had by piovlng property and pajlng
for this ad. Bulletin office.
Prince Eltel Fritz, tho Kaiser's sec-
ond son. Is to follow his older brother
tho University of Bonn, Tieglnnlng
his studies with tho next summer SO'
Washington. May .'.The Depart
ment of Justice today ratified the com
promise nffectlng price to be paid for
lauds to be used by the United Statci
for a quarantine ctntlon In Honolulu
harbor proposed on the part of the
Go eminent by District Attornej
Dreckons, and by the owners of the
lands In controversy. The details In-
carrying the compromise
! lay. w. u. femiiri. representing the
Territory of Hawaii, who came here
last nvv) '" xh" -tcreU of the com.
promise, left today for Honolulu, r. M
Hatch, repreentlnc the land owners,
will remain In the city a week or so
The Senate Committee on Pacific
Islands accorded a hearing this morn
ing to Joseph fl. Pratt, representing
the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce I
nnd the Merchants' Association of Ho-1
nolulu, who presented the mntter of
claims growing out of loses by fire
originating In the suppression of bu-
bonlc plague In the Hawaiian Islands
during the latter part of the year 1899
nnil the fore part of 1900.
Mr. Pratt, in n clear and comprehen-'1
slve manner, detailed a history of the i
epidemic, and efforts made to suppresi
It. He submitted official proof of the
epidemic, calling espedal attention to
lnc oinciai reports and dispatches of
I). A. Carmlchatl. Surgeon V. S. Mnrlne
Hospllttl Service at Honolulu, to tha the revenue of the Territory, since1
Surgeon Oeneral of the l S. Marine, June 14. 1900. has been reduced by tho No. 1
Hospital Service at Washington, nnd amounts abovo stated, while the cost I
also to the official reports of William of earning on the government has not No. 5
Haywood. Consul General at Honolulu, been reduced. To offset this loss of!
to the Assistant Secretary of State, and revenue, In part, the late Legislature No. ti
to the minutes of the local Hoard of pntsed on act to provide a tax on In-'
Health from December 31. 1899. to comes of two per cent per annum on all No. 7
April 0, 1900. Mr. Pratt alto directed Incomes over $1000 annually, from and
the attention of the committee to cor- after the 1st day of July, 1901, and'
respondence between Sanford II. Dole, from which was realized, according to
nnd President McKlnley, relating to the the report of the Auditor, last year,
fire In Honolulu, and to a telegram $290,000. A copy of snld act is attach
from John Hay, Secretary of State, ed hereto, marked Kxhlblt No. 15. No, 8
authorizing the appointment of n com- Taxes upon property, real and per
mission to make awards for losses of sonal, are assessed on a basis of one No. 9
property destroyed. Mr. Pratt also re-',
viewed the work of the Fire Claims I
Comml"lon. rn detailed the expendl- far In cxcess,of present selling value, '
l"rcs of tn0 local government In pro- and It Is Impossible to Increase the rev- ,
Vldlng and caring for the people whose'enucs by an Increase In taxation under
homes nnd property Were -destroyed at
the time of the destruction. Ho nlso
reviewed the financial condition of the!
Territory, as follows
Finances of Territory,
I beg to submit a letter under date
of April 9. addressed to myself from I
H. C. Austln,Audltor of Haw-all, show- l0 "tisiy me nrc claim losses, anu
Ing the condition of the finances of the ,,ierc cxlsts no possible means of ob
Terrltory, which letter, together with tnlnlng money for that purpose.
Sec. 25 of the Audit Act referred to In i Honolulu, by reason of Its geogrn-
sald letter, Is hereto attached marked
Exhibits 14 and 14a. necessary stopping place for many ves-
It will be observed from this report sels carrying passengers and mcr
that the appropriations to be provided ihandlso between tho United States,
for from the general funds In the thl- cities of China, Japan, Australia
treasury, should requisitions be made, and tho Philippines, and at the time ot
amounts to $0,009,897.31: that the estl-' the breaking out of tho plague them
mated Receipts on account of the gen- a large number of United States trans
eral fund. Including nil sources of , ports engaged In the carrying of troops
revenue for the biennial period ending
June 30, 1903. nmounts to $4,707,993.15.
leaving n deficit of $1,901,904 10, from
which may be deducted, however, tho
$1,000,000 which It Is hoped will be
pald by the United States, which Is In-
eluded In tho amount appropriated, so
that the net deficit at the end of the
biennial period will be $901,904.10.
Previous to June 14, 1900, the govern-'
ment of Hawaii was In receipt of the I
custom duties and postal revenues i Mainland, In the suppression and eradl- loresl. -"id nkcd questions which were
amounting to over $1,200,000 annually cation of tho bubonic plague became n satisfactorily answered during the pio
and constituting a very considerable ' matter of national concern, as well as ccedlnK'J- " ls tindei stood that the
portion of the TirrltorlaJ revenue used
by the government in making neces-
sary public Improvements and paying
ADVICE TO YOUNG BASE-BALL PLAYERS
Manager of the Philadelphia
8ECOND BASE OFFERS BRILLIANT
Second base Is considered the most
play In the entire Infield. Ball player,
best work under the stimulating effects of liberal applause, and, us the
second base position carries with It a larger territory to cover, It necessarily
follows that the player haB rooie opportunities to distinguish himself In
this position by making brilliant plays than in nny of tho other positions in
the Infield. It can readily be Imagined that thp second baseman should be
the possessor of a cool head, as nuili depends upon him In giving slgnuh
to the various players, which duty falls upon him when the bases are oc
cupied by base-runners.
With a man on' first and third bases,
the catcher for a long or short throw, as
should then be given tho sign as to the
should cover tho second bng. This play has caused more discussion ntd
opened up more criticism umong tho players and experts than nny other. It
can be played In many ways, and with varying success. Some of tho best
second basemen on tho diamond make the play themselves, always signalling
the catcher for the long throw, and always being In a position to run In and
lake the ball In the event ot a base-runner on third attempting to scoie. Many
pluyers have been very successful In this stylo of play, which can only bo
exeiuted after considerable experlenco on the diamond.
Nearly eiery baseball 'player filling tho position of Herond baseman hai
his own Ideas ns to tho wuy the position should be played. This, unfortunate
ly. Is notlceabln among tho amateur playeis, nnd to piove tho force of thl:)
nrgiimint It would bo well 'for all young second basemen to wntih caiefully
and stud) the diffeitnt plays of tho fiist-i-lass players In the big leagues, lly
this me.tnh tliev will l.n nhln lint onlv lo iuri?n fnr IhenlHelv-fM ntt to the ef-
fectlvcness of this play, hut will enable
enco for thu execution of It
Claim to Favor
the general expenses of goernmcnt;
that from nnd after said date, all reve
nues from customs duties were paid In
to the treasury of the United States.
Between the 14th of June, 1900 and the
31st of March, 1902, fhere has been
collected from customs duties In the
Territory of Hawaii and paid Into the
Territorial Treasury of the United
States, thp totnl sum of $2,293,224.33,
an average amount of $100,625 month
ly, as appears from a statement of the
Secretary of the Treasury under date
of May 3, 1902. hereto attached as Ex
hibit No. 14b, which revenues the local
government was receiving nt nnd dur
ing the time of the bubonic plaguo
when the property now being claimed
for was destroyed and the obligations
to pay for the same were Incurred.
The net customs receipts, after de
ducting expenses of collection amounts
to $188.8.131.523.00. i
The Territory Is not nsklng to be re-
Imbursed for any of the moneys ex-
pended out of Its local treasury.
amounting to $S07.00S.(,t'.
Resides the loss to the Territory of
the customs duties, amounting to $2,-
293.224.33, the postal receipts, amount-
Ing to about $50,000 per annum, to-'
gdher with the merchandise tax
(recently declared by the Supreme I
Court to bo uiiionstltutlonal) which I
yielded a revenue of nbout $80,000 per
annum, are no longer a part of the lo-1
cal revenues: hence, it follows that
per cent of the actual cash value of tho I
nronertv nnrl In verv manv Instances
the pretent conditions without working
a great hardship.
irmtor the term, nf ih nrc.nl,. a
which section Is hereto nt-
itnehed, marked Exhibit No. 10, the,
Territory has no. authority to make
Ioars ror the purposo of raising money1
phlcal location, affords a regular and
to and from the Philippines, and nt
the time of tho breaking out of tho
plague there a large number of United
States transports engaged In the carry-
Ing or troops to nnd from the Phllip-
pines that were required to stop for
needed repairs, also to take on passen-
gers freight and fuel, so that the ae-
Hon taken bv the local authorities to
prevent the spreading of tho disease I
to Buch vessels nnd to the cities of thn
of loml necessity.
Hence, for the consideration stated,
and for the reason that It has been Jm-
American League Club.
FIELD FOR GOOD BALL PLAYER.
satisfactory and desirable position lo
like all professional people, do thnir
tho second baseman shouU signal
the taso warrants. The shortstop
stylo of throw to be made, and who
them to derlto tho neiessary expert-
For eating, drinking-, and cooking-,
runs, oiuciocs, semmocs.
WUTCR BAKER 6 CO tm
Bikfat C?M, 1 3 IS. Iia.
Bfc.r'ii Cbw-oUtA (a.w.d, lS IS. mI.
CWbu Bvwt ChMoUU, 1 1 lb. ck.
ro tkg ar it oca occa.
Walton Oakor & Co. Ltd.
Dorchester, Man., U. S. A.
possible for the Fire Claims Commls-
slon to complete Its work at an earll-
er day. It In earnestly hoped that tha
Congress of the United States will
grant the relief prayed for.
Mr, Pratt submitted exhibits as per
the following summary:
Letters from Acting Governor
Cooper and Gov, S. B. Dole.
Jolut Resolutions of Chamber
ot Commerce and Merchants
Association of Honoluju .
Joint Resolution of Annexa
tion. Reports of Carmlclincl to Sur
geou of I'. S. M. Hosp. Service.
Reports and letters of Harold
Repot is and letters of William .
Minutes of Board of Health
Letter of Jan. 4 fiom Dole to!
President. Telegram of Statu
Dt'inrcaient In answer to same. '
Letter of Jan. 23 from Dole to .
President Telegram from
State Dept. In reply to same.
Ait l-'i. creating Fire Claims
Joint Resolution No. 1, peti
tioning Congress for assist
ance In payment of awards.
No. 10 P.
No. 10 G
ages 51, 54, 55, of report ol
Gov. Dole, for 1901.
Governor's report on financial
condition of Territory.
Rules and regulations for gov
ernment ot Klie Claims Com-
" lla i'"" oi siaicmenis oi losses
adopted by Klre Claims Com
mission. No. 12 Pages 2, 3. 4 and 3 of repoit of
Auditor of Territory, showing
mon expended for year end
ing Dee 31, 1900.
No. 13 "Honolulu s Battle with Bu
No. 14 Letter to J. G. Pratt from H.
J Austin, showing the finan
ce,, if Teirltory.
No. 14a Sv 20 of And. Act.
No. lib Let'er and statement from
Tre.ioiiry as to receipts and
disbursements In Terrltoiy,
dated May 3. 1902.
No. 1G In.-ome Tax Ait.
No. 10 i5e- 31 of Organic Act: "Ter
ri'jrj bait no authority to
Mr. Pritt s presentation was sup
plemented :u a brief address by F. M.
Hatch, made ut the Invitation of Sena
tor Foraker chairman of the commit
tec- Senators Depew and Cockrcll, of
the committee, manifested Intense In-
committee will If practicable, propoan
an amendment to the Sundry Civil .bill
providing an appropilatlou to .pay the
losses growing out of the suppression
of the plague This is consldeied tho
moBt expedient and expeditious method
of securing legislative action at this
period of tueesIon. Among the Ha
waiian citizens present at the hearing.
In addition to those who participated,
were Messrs W O. Smith, Caypless,
Gehr, McCrojiin, Tuttle, Delegate Wil
cox and hU secretary. Delegato Wil
cox said to a Bulletin leporter that ho
Indorsed Mr Piatt's statements, and
would do all In his power to secure
legislation along the lines suggested.
Following the hearing on tho fire
claims matter. Messrs. Tuttle and Mc
Croslin were heard In reference to tho
controversy concerning the use of wa
ters from the BUhop estate.
J. A BRECKONS.
CUNHA AND NOWELL WIN.
The flnaU in the men's' doubles of
the tennis tournament of tho Hawaii
an Tennis A3soelatlon were played
yesterday afternoon on th"e courts of
the Beretanla Tennis Club, A. R. Cun
ha and A. M Nuwell of tho B. T. C.
defeated W F Dillingham and F. C.
Atherlon In thr?e sti-ilght setB. Hie
score lielug 6-.I 8-1, 0-2. This after
noon nt i 3o o clock on the P. T. O.
roii-ls, E R Adams and A T. Brocll
of the Pacifies last year's champions,
will defend th-ir title.
N. rtaiOB',7,VI.9H Cents'
aI, nrul iummI Kltrff u K,m.ilp ji
i-rmy iwf nr " mm riatui ,iem irv. VI rural mice
Acir.e Bonk Co t!o3n,Ahnlll.l Carolina U S
.,. ..:...- ." -.-.-. -
&&(AlVi or SlU crore. No u oriuiteri I U kcis.
VOT-Vvv Aiiewandeawyiilan 5end Stamp
Sl".Jv' an,l wt mall liiNtructlntm. tetllmoni-
KELLETT 4. RODINSON Attornoys-at-Law;
Hooms 11 and 12, Magoon
bldg.; 'Phone Main 153.
F. M. BROOKS--Attorney: rooms 9-10,
Spreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LO NO Attorney; 15 Kaa
humanu St.; Tel. S81 Main.
J, M. DAVIDSON Attornoy-at-Law;
109 Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attornoy-ab-law;
Mcdonald & lanqston contract-
orn and Builders; llt8 Union SL
C. A. COWAN 1186 Union SL, opp.
Pacific Club: sundries, etc.
E. J. WALKER Coffee Droker; room
4, 8prec?-.els bldg.
PACIFIC VEHICLE A 8UPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
and whips; Beretanla near Fort St.
THl' KA3H CO., LTD. Two stores
23 27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort &. Hotel.
CIGAR8 AND TOBACCO.
ELK8 BUILDING, 616 Miller Street.
CORNS removed without pain by D.
M. Thomson, expert Chiropodist, of
fices at 11 Garden lane. 2110-lm
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Bor-
etnnla and Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort and Hotel ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and" re
sts.; Gas ndmtnlstered for extracting pairing: Elks bldg, 616 Miller St.
VME. P. LAMBERT, thq fashionable
French dressmaker, makes stylish
dresses at reasonable prices. Bos
ton Bldg.. room 306. 2137-tt
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil
electrical engineer; office, room 4,
Spreckcls Block; residence, 1313
Wilder Ave.; Tel Jaln 12.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving nnd
stamping; room 2, Ellto bldg.
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY I
Bethel St., opp. Wavcrley blk.; Tel.
021 niiin; nken. rnllert fnr nnrt him
021 Blue; pkgs. called for and del'd. ,
J. E. GOEAS Beretanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blue.
HARNESS AND 8ADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNE38 CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Main 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS 8HOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposite Pacific Club. Nowly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot and cold water;
first-i.ass table board. Mrs. liana,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 530 Fort 8L; Lovo
bldg.; latest In novelties. I
UNION HOUSE Mrs. Wheeler, pro
prietor; furnished and unturnlsh-,
ed rooms; also rooms for light,
housekeeping, Union St., above Ho
tel St. I
HONOLULU PRIMO OR BQCK
BEER 10c at the PANTHEON.
TERRITpRIAL ME88ENGER 8ER
VICE Union SL nr. Hotel.; Tel.
361 Main. ,
MR. JAME8.SHERIDAN Piano tuner'
and repairer; No, 343 King St. near I
Opera House. Orders at Wall, Nlch-;
ols Co. and at tf Hawaiian Book &
Music Store, Merchant St.
IOLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield,
Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K
Kaal's studio; Tel. M. 231.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
all occasions. Leave orders Berg
Btrom Music Co.; J. S. Kills. Mgr.
ANNIS VONTAGUE TURNER-Vocal .
iiiBirutior; .uignon, jusi uereta-
E. K. KAAI Teachor of string Instru
ments; studio. Love bldg., Fort St.
Telephono Main 231.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS Ono can occasionally hear negro sall
The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston ors In tho east end of London who can
bldg,; Tel. .04 Main. not s,uak a word of i;ngiBn talking
Thn Evenlag Bulletin, 75 cents por Ir,8n ,0 tM "ll1 IrJB'1 nPI,Ie women
month. i who gather uround the docks.
DR. 8LOQQETT Eye, Ear, Nose and
Thoat; ofDce at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. WM. Q. ROGERS Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat; 1140 Alakea St.
ANTONE PILARE8 A CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani
tary .work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit the
times. Corner Vineyard and Emma,
PAINTER AND PAPERHANQER.
V. H. POUL8EN minting and paper
hanging; Territory Stables, King St.
P. E. R. STRAUCH Ileal Estate
handled to best advantage; houses
rented; loans negotiated; mtney In
vested os best securities. 32 Camp
bell Block, 316 Fort street.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St., nr. Nil
tianu. Felt, straw, panams. hats
J. D. AVERY Stenographer and
Typewriter; Builders and Traders'
Exchange; Tel. Main "C.
STENOGRAPHY nnd typowrltlngneat
ly nnd accurately done at Hawaiian
Hotel by Miss Noble.
FRESH RAINIER BEER on draught
10c at the PANTHEON.
c. DIETZ Watchmaker and Jeweler,
10C6 Fort St.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant 8L
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA.
SUGAR E8TATE8, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. Ele-
gant turnouts; Telephono No.
,,HA,M. ... T ., TOh,.
LAHAINA 8TORE Lumber, Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandise. O. B.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
nnd surgeon; Lahalna, Maul.
Q. H. DUNN Express and drayage;
Agt Wilder and Inter-Island.Tel. 113.
STOP at Pioneer Hotel. Excellent ac
commodations. G, Frecland, Mgr.
G. H. DUNN Notary Public, Convey,
nnces, Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Office Government bldg
That aro everywhere recognized
Tor beauty and cheerfulness,
dthcrs "may do" but the best
can be had Just as cheap.
Tho prettiest of all
aro to bo found at
LEWERS & COOKE,
i Woman's Exchange
has removed to thn
hMgM BlOCk, HOtel StrCGt
In tho store formerly occupied by
H. W. Foster.
The Irish language Is spoken In the
Bahamas among the mixed descendants
of the Hibernian patriots banished long
ago by Cromwell to tho West Indies.