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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., MONDAY. MAY 19. 1902.
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EVERYDAY WANTS AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
HAWAII'S GREATEST OPPORTUNITY FOR LARGE RETURNS ON SMALL INVESTMENTS
If so, consult these columns.
If you want employes or If you
If you want lodging or boarding,
or have them to let If vou
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Per line, two Insertions ....25c j
Per line, one week 30c ;V
.) Per line, two weeks 40c &
j Per line, one month 60e
Sj This Is the cheapest advertising g
8 ever offered the people of Honolulu, j?
want to rent rooms advertise
In the Bulletin Want Columns.
Advertise any want you have
and advertise your business.
MARRIED lady going to San Francis
co wishes to travel as lady's maid
or nurse girl; speaks Krench, Ger
man and English. Apply to Hulk-tin
office. King St. 21I93t
POSITION WANTED German wom
an, good cook and housekeeper; caro
cf Bmall children; wants position.
Address Housekeeper, this office.
WANTED Lady of refinement, thirty
years of nge, desires to bo compa
nion to lady, or governess to small
children. Can give godd references.
Willing to lenvo city. Address A.
B. C. this office. lCs-lw
WANTED Hy experienced man of 28
occupation as bookkeeper, store
clerk, night watchman, luna or any
other position; remuneration $00 up;
first-rntc Island references. Apply
P. O. box 2S. 2124-tf
WANTED lly n young lady, situation
as stenographer and typewriter; ref
erences. Address E., Bulletin office
BOWERS'MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night
watchmen furnished for buildings,
business property and residences.
Office and Itesidence. School St.;
P. 0 Box 2S4; '. White 3091.
FIA.JO TAUGHT by graduate Lelpslc
Conservatory; $3 month; special at
tentlon to ndtilt beginners. Address
-Music." Bulletin office. 2135 lm
WANTED To purchase a second-hand
transit; must be In 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
ELK HORNS Have you seen them at
393 Berctanln? For sale at a bar
FOR SALE OR RENT Lodging and
boarding house. In center of town.
Apply Honolulu Investment Co.,
Judd bldg. 2133-tf
FOR SALE One secondhand pool ta
ble. C7th Co., C. A., Camp McKIn
FOR SALE A desirable modern resi
dence, 4UX48. and cottage, 22x30,
with lot 97x131 on Kukul street near
new KaumakapllI Ctfurch grounda
and Kalulanl School; healthy loca
tion with superb view to Nuttanu
valley. Also n few high Building
Lots, 50x131, will be sold on Easy
Terms. Apply to P. E. It. Strauch,
32 Campbell Block, cor. Port and
FOR SALE $300 phaeton, almost
new; will sell for $190. Enquire
this office. 2141-lra
FOR SALE Ten flno lots nt Puunul,
above Wyllle St Also corner on
Dominls St.. Punahou. Apply to
Frank S. Dodge. 77 Merchant St.
FOR SALE Choice varieties of
FERNS in baskets and pots; cut
ferns also; Begonias and Calndl
urns. Mrs. E. M. TAYLOR, 730 Kl
nau St.; Tel. White 3251.
FOR SALE Cheap, a 30-room lodging
house, good location, electric lights
and baths; owner has other busi
ness; can give easy terms. Address
P. O. box 232. 2129-tf
FOR SALE 1 Lodge & Shipley power
lathe, 1 drill press, 1 pipe cutter,
cuts up to six Inches; all new ma
chines, now on band In Honolulu;
also one steam launch. W. H. Pain.
FOR SALE Two 3-year-old grade
Jersey cows Just calved; good mllk-
ers and gentle, giving ten to twelve :FURNISHED cottage on Rapid Tran
quarts a day each of rich milk. Ap 8lt "ne: 5 rooms. Rent $20 month.
ply to California Feed Co.
FOR 8ALE Coral rock for Ailing. Ad
dress R. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of-1
TO LET Desk and office room. Room
10 Mclntyro Bldg. 2rn;-lvv
FOR RENT Commodious new 7-room
house. 2 toilets, servants' room, barn
etc., Punahou, (1. U. McClellan, at
B. F. Dillingham Co., Ltd, 21 13-1 w
TO LET Pleasant, airy rooms, 1400
Punchbowl St.; nleo cottago 2 rooms
for housekeeping. Terms reason-'
HONOLULU HOTEL Furnished
Rooms, light nnd airy; $t.r,0 to $2.50
per week; hot nnd cold baths; best
board In tho city.
WANTED Lady servant for light
housework. Apply T. J. Walker,
Penrl City. 2144-lw
FIRST-CLASS girls for Ironing board;
n'so man for general work. At
Krench Laundry, cor. Punchbowl
and Berctanln StB. 2100-2t
FOR RENT Large, pleasant rooms
from (1.50 a week up; board nnd
room. $6.00. Enquire Mrs. May, 220
Llllha St. near School St. ltnpld
Transit cars pass the door. 2150-tf
FOR RENT Cottage. 7 rooms, end of
tram line. Wtlklkl; improvements.
Apply Occidental Barber Shop.
RENT -June 1st. cottage of
pv vn i in 'in p, witt'ei iiui'iut I'liiviiio
South King St. inquire 1041 South
King St. 214S-tf
TO LET Two nicely furnished front
rooms, private lamuy. -jo ineyaru
St. off Emma. $10 each
GOOD pas.urnge. near town, $3 per
month. W. S. Withers, cor. Queen
nnd Alakea Sts. 2147-lw
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms
nnd use of stable; large grounds.
Sou Btretnnla St. near Alapal. !
FOR RENT The desltable downtown
residence on Alakea St. now occu
pied by Dr. C. B. Cooper, containing
7 rroms. kitchen, bath and Innal;
electric lights. Apply on premises,
TO LET A house on Punchbowl St. the diplomacy leading to such deplor
between Hotel and Beretanla: nine able results. As a member of that
bedrooms, dining room and kitchen;
newly painted and papered through
out; electric wired, etc. Apply to
Dr. John S. McGrew, cor. of Lunall
lo and Hackfeld Sts. 2147-31
FOR RENT Newly furnished two
room cottage, suitable for 1 or 2 gen
tlemen; close to electric cars. Apply
F. Turner, at Lewis & Co. 2147-lw
ro LET Cottage on PuncHuowl St.;
"loJern improvements. Apply to A.,
G. Cunha, 2d house above Mormon !
Church. Floor matted. 212C-2m
FOR RENT Furnished rooms en suite
with privilege of light housekeeping, I
at the Island Hotel, 714 Fort SL
Rooms 25c. 50c. 75c. Jl ner nlcht.
ro LET Booms Nos. 11 and 12. Mc
Ictyre Building, formerly occupied
h VM,r..'. Art rvMhll i,nl,. Inlw. '"' ."'""' "'" " ",c IT""""W
j ww,r w "'H""v' V"i tw ,
E. F. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.'s.
TO LET-House on Young Street nt
formerly occupied by W. Needham,
Esq.. near McCully Tract. Has three
sleeping rooms, bath, hot and cold
Water. Apply E. F. Bishop, at C.
Brewer & Co. 2117-tf
TO LET Roomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water anu all modern
Improvements. Tall at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019-tf
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
McConnel's. Garden lane. 2055-tf
King St. cor.
& PODMORE, 39 S.
Bethel, are offering:
FURNISHED house, 4 bedrooms and
stable; Lunalllo nr. Pensacola. Rent
$45 per mo. Will rent for C 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 use of cow and
chickens for 3 or 4 months. Very
FURNISHED house at Walklkl; 4 bed
rooms and 2 cottages in yard. Good
WOOiVl AND BOARD.
COURT Back of Elite;
under new management; strictly
first-class; light, airy, mosquito proof
rooms. Mrs. J. Duggan.
LOST Brown paper package, and
white envelope secured together and
containing kodak views anil films.
Reward if returned to this office.
FOUND Victor bicycle; same can be
hud bv proving property and paying
for this ad. It'ilb-tln office.
FOUND Insurance against the break
age of plate Klnss at The Honolulu
Investment Co, 2051-tf
0RD SALISBURY TAKES
VERY POSITIVE POSITION
Also More Hopeful Over Outcome of
Boer War British Have
Suffered But Have
London,' May 7. The rreraler. Lord
Salisbury, as president of the annual
grand habitation of the Prlmroso
League nt Albert Hall, to day spoke to
an Immense audience in n much lets
pessimistic vein than when he was last
heard in public. He congratulated th
league on the stanch support given to
Conservative governments, one result
!of which was that Great Britain was
l' " W." '" r;
Ui ii iu ii uiimi i iiu luiiiiu f itvvu uu
lancer fear the 'insane suicidal mo-
J(.ctB of imperial disruption supported.
uy many of the opposition statesmen."
He said the country must not ex-
p0ct "tho ashes of past conflicts" to hu
extinguished Immediately. Great Brit-
i , i.., - -....,. .i .mi ,- I
iuu nun ii.iu u t.ivHi uiiu amnio naii
inn numiuing mat miseiy anu Miner-
ng had been caused. It "muM Be iccog.
nlzed that the power, prestige. In-
flueiico and magic effect of our great
empire nnd more potent, more efficient
and more ndmlrable than ever befoie. '
"We have suffered," continued
Premier, "but we have won."
It was Impossible not to feel that the
efforts of the people of the country
have1. In some cases, not ocen worthily
iccognlzed. The other day Mr. Morley
asked If there was a single member o
the Cabinet of liS9 who. If he could
have foreseen the results of the policy
on which they were then launching
the country, would not have checked
(Lord Salisbury) wished to meet that
statement with the most Indignant de
nial. The war had been used by some
politicians for the squalid purpose of
Injuring their opponents. When a
neighboring power or tribe Invaded his
majesty's dominions "and made an at
tack which was a gross and flagrant
outrage It could only be met by fight
lng In their own country those who
had despised the rights and sovereign-
ty of our sovereign."
Turning to the peace negotiations.
Lord Salisbury announced that "Greaf
Britain has not receded one Inch from
b former position. As to rights we
..claimed nnd the policy we intended to
pursue we nre exactly where we were.
The Premier repudiated the assertion
,bat Great Britain was weakening on
tle Djcci oi tne peace terms, lie ue
clared the country could net afford to
submit to the suggestion that affalls
should be allowed to slide back into a
position where it would be in the power
rt f Via cnami n Vw.n t n niir.krtHnltw
onllol film in mnatv
the Issues for
which this country had fought during
the last three years .
Whan (ha mnflt, nn. rfon nil rA.
s ,,,, .,,, ,, ,,nnp fn ,,,, ,hlp '
ent opponents so they could take lip
their positions In the empire which had
conferred so many blessings on the
human race. But it must be thorough
ly understood that the whoIS govern
ment of the country was to be of such
a character that It would be lmposslblu lar. A boy Is given 15 minutes In
that the struggle could be renewed. It which to undress, wash, and dress.
was Important that this should bet -
made clear, for some people thought ' Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1 a
the empire might become tired. He year.
ADVICE TO YOUNG
Manager of the Philadelphia American Leaguo Club.
Conditions Under Which Double Playt Should Be Made.
The actual work of the second bassman does not appear on the surface.
Recently 1 explained the duties of tho player covering the second base and
the difference of opinion as to how certain playB should be made. There
Is one thing certain, with men on bases the second baseman must be alive to
every situation and ready for any play. New tricks and plays are being In
vented on tho ball Held every day, and no opportunity Is lost to take advan
tage of any opening. The question whether under certain conditions the
shortstop or second baseman should cover the second base is open to con
troversy, but there are certain plays universally recognized by all first-class
Frequently a player, after reaching first base, with a man on third, will
be sent to second with the understanding that the batter will make no effort
to connect with the ball. In this case the shortstop should always cover
second, and the second baseman should tnke up a position In front of the basg
Just ns soon as the ball Is pitched. Should the man on third start for homo
when the ball Is thrown to catch the runner at second, he will be In a good
position to head the runner off. In the event of the man on third not 'at
tempting to reach home, the second baseman will be able to stand aside and
permit the shortstop to take the throw and catch the man trying to reach
second. This play Is Invarlkbly made with the object of allowing the run
ner on third to take the chance of bcorlng. When the team is not hitting
well or n weak batter Is up and two moil out thib Is often a good play, nnd tin
man at third will often score. ,
Quick Judgment is required on nearly all the plays. With a runner on
first and tho ball hit Into his territory the second baseman must decide as to
what play he will make while the ball lb coining In his direction. With no
one, or, possibly, ono man, out, the Cie player should always try for n dou
.Many players place themselves In fiont of a runner with the object ol
forcing him back towards llrst, alwavs throwing tho ball to tho first base
man, thus catching the batter. The llrst baseman then returns the ball to
second, bonding off the runner, thus accomplishing a double play. The best
play Is to throw tho hall to second b.ise and afterwards to first. A ball that Is,
hit with speed and Is llcldcd pioperl) will Invariably result In a doublo play
if this plan Is closely followed.
did not wish to convey the idea that
there was any fueling of bltterne.-is to
ward the Boers, for there r.as nothing
the Government more earnestly de
sired than that they should enjoy all
the privileges conferred on their
brother nations by the colonial sys
tem. Touching on the question ff Im
perial federation. Lord Salisbury warn
ed his bearers of the danger of oYer-utu-te.
and exhorted those who were
anxious to secure federation to earn
estly consider the steps they were
going to take and the results expectefi.
"We cannot." said he, "safely Inter
fere by legislative action with the de
velopment of our relations to our
daughter countries. 1 look with appre
hension on any attempt, unless back
ed up by the strong mass of public
opinion, to anticipate events or fore
close previous results which. If vve are
patient and careful, arc In store for the
Los Angeles. May 1. California
flowers in the most lavish profusion,
handsomely sov.ned women with
bright faces that suggested the very
b fJ America's
I Kpeechet and hearty applause theso
were the leatures that distinguished
the first open session of the federation
convention which was held this after-
noon at Simpson Auditorium.
Mrs. Chester P. Dorland opened the
meeting with nn invocation, and Gov
ernor Henry T. Gage welcomed the
women on bennlf of the State of Cali
fornia. Mayor M. P. Snyder followed
with an ably delivered address of wel
come on behalf of Los Anceles.
Los Angeles. May 8. The sixth bi
ennial Convention of the General Fed
eration of Women's Clubs closed Its
labors today by carrying out lis official
program and adjourning. Two things
ti.stlnguifhed the last day's session,
one being the election of officers nnd
the other the address of the retiring
president, Mrs. Hebeccn Lowe of Geor
gia. The election, which was full of
dramatic Incidents ffom first to finish,
resulted In the acceptance by ballot of
the entire report of the nominating
committee, ns follows:
President, Mrs. Ditnies T. S. Dcnl
son of New York; first vice president.
Mrs. Robert Burdettc of California;
second vice president, Mrs. Emma Kox
of Michigan; recording secretary, Mrs,
William T. Coad of South tlakota; cor
responding secretary. MTss Louise Fnp
penhelm of South Carolina; treasurer,
Mrs. Emma Van Vechten of lovvn; nil
cTItor. Mrs. George Noyes of Wisconsin.
Directors Mrs. Anna 1). West of
Massachusetts. Mrs. J. C. Terrlll of
Texas. Mrs. James Humphrey of Kan
sas, Mrs. Lydln WTTilams of Minneso
ta. Mrs. Samuel Hayes of Idalio, Mrs.
William Elllcolt of Maryland, Mrs. W.
W. Boyd of Missouri and Mrs. W. A.
Neldn of Utah.
A shower bath, with facilities for
bathing 200 boys per day. which was
placed In one of the New York city
public school buildings. Is very popu-
41? Ail HIT
PRESIDED TO SONS OF
Givts Prahe to Country's Defenders
and AUude3 to Eastern Warfare
Saying the Flag Will
Washington May 2. A banquet at
the New Willard Hotel tonight, attend
ed hy nearly too persons, brought the
annual ronrci ot the Sons of the
American Revolution to a close. Tfiu
occasion was made notable by .tno
presenre of President Roosevelt, him
self a cumpatiiot. who delivered a
rcllcltnr.H jiihoc". The Presld.'iit said
You come -h. re- tonight from every
quarter from over Stato of tho Un
ionfrom the- liUnds of tho Eastern
peas. The republic Qis.put up Its flag
In tho:c laLui'l.- uud the flair will stny
there. Mi; we now ubovv uur fealty
lo the gr'Mt men who did the great
deeds of the pa, not alone by word,
hut by dned l,v so shaping the policy
of this isrcat republic as to make It evi
dent that we are not unworthy of our
sires. They did Justice, and vve will
do Jiibtlci. They did Justice as strong
men nnd int as weal; ling J.
With ri4hter,iiinoiK must go strength
to make that righteousness ot avail.
And in th" uimt oi the mighty men of
the pact I ak e-vi h nnu dure to do his
patt tc -" U tlut this nation remains
true In d"-'l at well as word to the
Ideals nt the pat: to remember that
we can nr. mire afford to show weak
ness tluin v-e ran afford to ilo wrong.
Where nr.ua has been done by any
one the t ;ng doers have been punish
ed, but sha;! not halt in our great
work !)' some man han hannenpd
to do wruiist. Honor to tho statesmen
of tho pjst und nny the statesmen of
the ptev-nt strive to live up to the ex
ample tboy sot. honor to the army and
navy of tli? past and honor to the gal
lant American wearing tne uniform
of tho American republic, who In the
army and navy of the present uphold
gloilnuaiy tii.' mist sloriotts traditions
o. tho MSt
Today I have- been down to Annapo
lis to aee th? araduating class of the
Naval Academy and It would have
done yo u- barth good to have seen
those fl:.-- manly, upstanding young
fellow c ti it looked eery man straight
In tin- fi i- .v.tho'it flinching. We may
be Biir- tin.' tiie honor of the republic
Is sal,' ii ili.-ir binds. I was glad to
meet '' ic r..cii fellows today. I am
glad to r ...r ri-.respntatlves of the
navy, III-.- you Admiral Watson, and
of thf aim- lu.e you. General Breck
inridge 1 am slid that we. as Amer
icans Ui i iit.-e-d to be proud of tho
army ac! tli-- nevy of the United
Statex I i j jn now to Join nu In
drlnkici; U.e It lri ol the men who
In the tiist have upheld the honor of
the Ran ar,! o: their succebsors, tho
foldlun, ar. I bailors of the present,
who, di.rluic the- past few years, have
done hii u hplwidhl work In the Incon
celval.I dangerous and harassing war
fare nt tl. Ku.,t.-i-n tropics.
I tba.. y " feilow Americans: I
think y , in . , ."blent thnt you In
tend ti'- i u ... c' -Sia- put.
HED 10 ill:
Phlladrilpii.a Ma 1. Cardinal Mar-
tlnelll, Apostolic Deleiruta to tho
United Stat.),. Mated today thut ho
had been m ailed to Hnnio by tho
Pope. W'hiij ducllning to be Inter
viewed. Cardinal Martluelll said he
would sitl for Rome as soon as he
could adj'iit the affairs of tho papal
delegation. Hn has Seen in the city
Peoria. III. M.iy 1. Cardinal Gib
bons was interviewed shortly after tho
announcement was made of the recall
of Cardinal Martlnellf" from Wasiilng.
Ion to Runie. Cardinal Gibbons was m
Peoria attending the silver Jubilee cel
ebration of Bishop Spalding. Ho was
In company n't nibi--noy Rlordan of
San Frnui in .a. auo whan shown tho
telegram .vur.ouiuini; the recall was
visibly aftVocd by the news. Atter
reading th t.!i-gi-aiu he turned to
Archbishop Rludiu nnd said; "This
Is very importaut. this is most sudden.
We were tut xpttiifa anything ot tho
kind so so,n as title."
Ill Client "Stuck."
Wallukii May 17. Ono of our well
known police . ourt ctlmlnal lawyers
when asked the other day as to the out
como of n case he defended In court,
icplled: I ot the fellow stuck for
thirty days in Jail. That Judgo Is n
BUSINESS DIRECTORY "
KELLETT 4 RdBIN80N Attorneys-
nt-i,uvv; itooras ii anu i., .Maguuu
bldg.; 'Phono Main 153.
F. M. DROOKS--Attorneyj rooms 9-10,
Spreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARL03 A. LONQ Attorney; 15 Kaa
sumanu St.; Tel. 181 Mala
). M. DAVIDSON Attorney-at-Law;
109 Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorney-at-law;
McDONALD &. LANGSTON Contract
ore and Builders: 118 Union St.
C. A. COWAN 1186 Union SL, opp,
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
E. J. WALKER Coffee Droker; room
4, Rprocfcels bldg.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
Finn carriages, wagons, harness
nnd whirs: Rcrctnula nenr Fort St.
THT KASH CO., LTD. Two stores
23 27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, 016 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. Dcr
I etanla and Miller; hours 9 to 4.
'DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort and Hotel
I Sts.; Gas administered for extracting
jfv'ME. P. LAMBERT, the Fashionable
i French dressmaker, tnnltes stylish
dresses at reasonable prices. Bos
ton Uldg.. room 300. 2137-tf
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; office, room 4,
Spreckels Block; residence, 1313
Wilder Ave.; Tel Main 132.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room 2, Elite bldg.
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St., opp. Waverley blk.; Tel.
621 Blue; pkfis. called for and del'd.
J. E. GOEAS Beretanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blue.
I HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
'MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
I and King Sts.; Tel. Maltr 228, P. O.
I box 322.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
I St.. opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposite Pacific Club. Newly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot and cold water;
flrst-t.ass table, board. Mrs. Hann,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 630 Fort St.; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
UNION HOUSE Mrs. Wheeler, pro
prietor; furnished and unfurnish
ed rooms; also rooms for light
housekeeping, Union St., above Ho
HONOLULU PRIMO OR BOCK
BEER 10e at the PANTHEON.'
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER 8ER
VICE Union SL nr. Hotel.; Tel.
MR. JAMES SHERIDAN Piano tuner1
and repairer; Kp. 343 King St. near
Opera House. Orders at Wall, Nich
ols Co, and at tb Hawaiian Book Si
Music Store, Merchant St.
IOLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield,
Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K
Haul's studio; Tel, M. 231.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
all occasions. Leave orders Berg
I strnni Music Co.; J. S. Ellis. Mgr.
iANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon," 1024 Bereta
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio. Lovo bldg-. Fort St.
Telephone Main 231.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
Tho latest In mllllnory, etc.; Boston
bldg.: Tel. 2G1 Main.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin V
DR. 8LOGGETT Eye, Ear, Nose and
Thoat; office nt Eyo and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea SL Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m. '
DR. WH, G. ROGERS Eyo, Ear, Nos
nnd Throat; 1140 Alakea St.
ANTONE PILARES &. 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 PAPERHANGER.
V. H. P0UL8EN fainting and paper
hanging; Territory Stables, King St.
REAL ESTA I E.
P. E. R. 8TRAUCH Real Estate
handled to best ndvantago; houses
rented; loans negotiated; miney In
vested or, best securities. 32 Camp
bell Block, 316 Fort streeL
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St., nr. Nu
uanu. Felt, straw, panama hats
J. D. AVERY Stenographer nnd
Typewriter; Builders and Traders'
Exchange; Tel. Main 76.
STENOGRAPHY and typewrltlngnent
ly and accurately dono at Hawaiian
Hotel by Miss Noble.
FRESH RAINIER BEER on draught
10c at the PANTHEON.
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
pairing; Elks bldg., 616 Miller St.
G. DIETZ Watchmaker and Jeweler,
1066 Fort St.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
i chronometer maker: 79 Merchant 8L
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA,
SUGAR ESTATES, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stnbles. Ele
gant turnouts; Telephono No. 12C.
LAHAINA STORE Lumber, Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandise. C. B.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
and surgeon; Lahalnn, Maui.
G. H. DUNN Express and drayago:
Agt Wilder nnd Intcr-Island.Tol. 113.
STOP at Pioneer Hotel. Excellent nc-
commodatlonB. O. Freeland, Mgr.
G. H. DUNN Notary Public, Convey
ances, Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Office Government bldg
That are ovcrywhero recognized
Tor beauty and cheerfulness.
Others "mny do" but tho best
can be had Just as cheap.
Tho prettiest of all
are to be found at
LEWERS & COOKE
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
BO CENTS EACH
On sale at ofhee ot . . .
TUB . . .
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In tho storo formerly occupied by
II. W. Foster.