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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T.. MONDAY. MAY 26, 1902.
RATES FOR WANT ADS. $
Ada In thli column will be Inserted j
DO YOU WANT ANYTHING ? f
j If so, consult these columns. )?
i If you want employes or If you i
j want employment j
i If you want lodging or boarding, s
JS Per line, one Insertion 15c J
? Per line, two Insertions 25e 5
Per line, one week .. .30c !-J
or have them to let If you
Per line, two weeks
Per line, one month
want to rent rooms advertise
rcr line, one monin . ouc j
HAWAII'S GREATEST OPPORTUNITY FOR LARGE RETURNS ON SMALL INVESTMENTS
In th'e Dulletln Want Columns, i
This Is the cheanest advertltlna ii
Advertise any want you have
I, ever offered the neanle of Honolulu. 'i
and advertise your business.
WANTED By experienced man of 28
occupation as bookkeeper, store
clerk, night watchman, liuia or any
other position; remuneration C0 up;
first rate Island references. Apply
P. O box 28. 2124 tf
WANTED By a young lady, situation
as stenographer and typewriter; ref
erences. Address E , Bulletin office
OWERS'MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY Night
watchmen furnished for buildings,
business property and residences.
Office and ltesldence School St.;
P. O Box 284, '. White 3091.
WANT jour whiskers amputated? Go
to Jeffs. He shaves for lCc, 5 white
barbers. 43 King St. 2011 tt
FOR SALE A good palng poolroom
business cheap. Apply V Lewis,
Magoon block, Queen St ISslw
PRIVATE SALE Kuitiltillo of 7 room
house will be sold privately Call
No 1 Tort lane owning or Sundnjs
Prlv liege of renting Terms reas
ouable. Enough rooms rented to
pay rent of house. 213C-lw
FOR SALE Kurnlture of 0 room cot
tage, almost new, prlvllego-of rent
ing cottage, whlc!l Is centrally lo
cated Address O L, this office.
LADY leaving the Islands will dispose
of hers &. l'Oud I'lano In good condl
lion, at u sacrifice Address Piano,
Bulletin ofllce 2133 1m
FOR SALE Furniture of 1 room cot
tage, 39 Miller, with prlv liege of
renting cottage 2161-lm
FOR SALE OR RENT Lodging and
boarding bouse, In center of town.
Apply Honolulu Investment Co,
Judd bldg. 2133 tt
FOR SALE A desirable modern resl
dente, 40x4S. and cottage, 223S,
with lot 97x131 on Kukul street near
new Knumakaplll ClFurcli grounds
and Kaiulnnl School, healthy loca
tion with superb view- to Nmianu
valley. Also a few high Building
Lots, 50x131, will be sold on Easy
Terms. Apply to P. 12. It. Strauch,
32 Campbell Block, cor. Fort and
FOR SALE Tea fine lots at Puunul,
abovo Wjllle St Also corner on
Domlnls St., I'unaliou. Apply to
Frank S. Dodge, 77 Merchant St
FOR SALE $300 phaeton, almost
new , will sell for (190 Enquire
this office. 2111 1m
FOR SALE Choice varieties of
FERNS in baskets and potB; cut
Jerns also; Degoulas and Caladl
urns. Mrs. K. M. TAYLOIt, 730 Kl
aau St.; Tel. Whlto 3251.
FOR SALE Cheap, a 30 room lodging
house, good location, electric lights
and baths; owner has other busi
ness; can glvo easy terms. Address
P. O box 232. 2129 tf
FOR SALE 1 Lodge &. Shipley power
lathe, 1 drill press, 1 plpo cutter,
cuts up to six Inches, all now ma
chines, now on hand In Honolulu;
also ono steam launch, W II. Pain,
FOR SALE Two 3 j car old grade
Jersey cows just calved, good milk
ers and gentle, giving ten to twelve
quarts a day each of rich milk. Ap
ply to California Peed Co 2126 tf
FOR 8ALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress R. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
TOR RENT Complotely furnished cot
tage, 5 rooms, bath, large J aril, $30,
A bargain, 33 School, Ewa of Nun
anu. 2155 lw
TO LET Furnished cottage of seven
rooms, on Vineyard be Enquire- 317
Vlnenrd, near Inglcslde 21DJ tf
TO LET House on Young Street nt
$30 per month; forim rly occupied
by W Needhnm Esei near McCully
Tract Has throo sleeping rooms
tiath, hot nnd cold water Apply 12
K Bishop, nt C Ilrewer & Co
HONOLULU HOTEL rurnlshcd
Rooms, light and airy; $1 50 to $2 50
per week, hot nnd cold baths, best
board In tho city.
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms. No
8 Cotlngo C-rovo, King St. 2151-tf
WANTED Neat retting girls nml an
apprentice at Mine. Lambert, Trench
Dressmaker, Boston bldg, room 300.
WANTED Young lady waitress at
New I'.ngland Bakery 2162 tf
CHEAPEST furuTshed room in town;
onl) $5 month 53 X Vlnejnrd St
FOR RENT To gentlemen lnrge. airy
room bath attached, prlCnte (Amer
ican) famll , refined, healthy loca
tion breakfast optional other par
ticulars Address M II , this office.
ro LET Pleasant, nlry rooms, 1400
Punchbowl St , also cottage 2 rooms
for housekeeping. Terms reason
able. 2132 5vv
CO LET Cottage on Punchbowl St.;
"odcrn Improvements. Apply to A.
(1 Cunha. 2d house nbovo Mormon
Church Floor mntted. 212C-2m
TO LET House, Port St nr Vlncard
fi rooms, etc , servants' quarters;
elertrlc lights, wnter free; rent $30.
Mrs Smith, Honolulu Hotel.
CHEAPEST furnished room In Hono
lulu, only $5 month 53 Vlnejard
St , nr Nmianu. 2153 tf
FOR RENT Furnished house of 8
rooms, Kitchen, iralh, etc.; also 2
niom cottage, within ID minutes of
postofflce Address A C, Bulletin
offlto. 2151 lw
ROOM TO RENT Very deslrnblo fur
nished room, 037 Bcretanla St , 3
doors above power house. 2131 2vv
FOR RENT Large, pleasant rooms
from $1 50 a week up; board nnd
room, $0.00. Enquire Mrs, May, 220
Ltllha St near School St. Rapid
Transit cars pass tho door. 2150 tf
FOR RENT Cottage, 7 rooms, end of
tram line, WalklM; Improvements
Apply Occidental Barber Shop.
FOR RENT Juno 1st, cottage of
seven rooms; latest Improvements;
South King St. I2nqulre 1941 South
King St. 214Stf
FOR RENT The deslrnblo downtown
residence on Alakea St. now occu
pied by Dr. C. B. Cooper, containing
7 rooms, kitchen, bath and lanal;
electric lights. Apply on premises.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms en suits
with privilege of light housekeeping,
at the Island Hotel, 714 Fort St
Rooms 25c, 50c, 75c, $1 per night.
(O LET Rooms Nos. 11 nnd 12, Mc
Intjre Building, formerly occupied
by Vlcltery's Art exhibit Apply to
E. F. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.'b.
TO LET Roomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water ami nil modern
Improvements, 'all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019 tf
ro LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
McCnnnel's, Garden lane. 2055 tf
WATERHOUSE & PODMORE, 39 S.
King St cor Bethel, nro offering:
FURNISHED house, 4 bedrooms nnd
stnble; Lunnlllo nr. Pensacola. Iient
$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, stablo for 3 horses, cowBhcd.
FURNISHED house on Berctanla; 4
bedrooms, with uso of cow and
chickens for 3 or 4 months. Very
FURNISHED house at Walklkl; 4 bed
rooms and 2 cottages In yard. Good
bathing Rent reasonable.
ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Back of Elite;
under now management; strictly
first class, light, nlry, mosquito proof
rooms, Mrs. J Duggan.
LOST Heart shaped gold pin In Ad
nms lime Return to this ofice und
retelvo re wnrd 2153 tf
LOST Bull ti rrlcr pup ono month
old pint while Return to Hullo
tin orrin Reward J15I lw
FOUND Insurance. ngaliiBt the break-
nee of plato glass at The Honolulu
investment Co 2051-tf
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Marine Engineers of Hawaii
AT BAINQUET BOARD
Celebrate First Anniversary
The anniversary banquet of Lodge
No 100, Mnrlnc Engineers' Associa
tion, held at the Hawaiian Hotel Sun
day evening was one of the most pleas
ant gatherings about the banquet
board that has ever been held In the
clt) It proved the captutns of the en
gine rooms to be good fellows, good en
tertainers and fully alive to the Im
portant duties resting upon them as In
dividual factors in commercial progress
and as members of one of the strongest
organizations of the country .
The banquet table was laid in the
large dining ball. It wns very taste
fully decorated and the menu was all
that could be asked. It wns about S
o'clock when the members und their
guests (lied into the hall. II. J. Platts
presided as toastmaster. Flanking him
on cither side were Judge M M. Estce
and Judge A. S. Humphries, District
Deputy James II Qulnlan. Ernst Kop
ke, A W Keeih, C A. Orahnm nn1
representatives of the Adertlser and
the Bulletin Members of the order
present were as follows tleorge Dren
non, Louis Marks, L. Paulos, C. A.
Thompson. W McCowth, W. O Stable,
Clcorge l'ortle, J II. I)als, A Gomes,
O. Gardner .1. A. Colbron, D. Bellcw,
J. Grace, II Pcrnbach, J. S Purdle, J.
O. Wilder, John. Kelly. E. II. Lee. R.
Wlndrnth. M. Kuon, W J. Donnelly,
J. P. Lynch, II. P Moclnc G. Bonner,
F M King.
I When the toastmaster proposed the
President of the United States nn1
tailed on Judge Estec. the Judge mudo
one of his characteristic brief and
plth responses It was not an oration
but In his quiet conversational manner,
the Judge called attention to the high
.regard whlih nil Americans have for
their President. Ho cited nn Incident in
the life of Lincoln showing his kindly
nature. He believed all Piesldents
were as kind hearted nnd as thought
ful for honest citizens He closed with,
"llos, fear God and love jour country
nnd ou enn't go astray,"
I "The Prosperity of the Teirltoi of
Hawaii" was proposed und Judge Hum
iphrcjs called upon to respond The
Judge opened his remarks by a pleas
ant reference to Judge Estco and th.3
j press. Making a short reference to oc
casional ililllcultles mt with In our de
velopment under new conditions, Ilia
'Judge expressed his full confidence In
tne capacity of Hawaii's citizenship to
tarry successfully all the responsibili
ties placed upon It as an American
communlt). The people of the Terri
tory were not only capable of properly
administering n Terrltorv, but they
have a right to look foiward to tha
possibilities of the greater honor of
Statehood. The Judge said American
rights were eqnnl rights. He expressed
in positive terms that were greeted
with rounds of applause, his lack of
sympathy with nn clement of the com
munity which qualified an American
citizen's right to speak nnd act as a
member of the community by length of
residence Ho believed the honest Am
erican who arrived in the Territory
with no other possessions than those,
contained In his grip sack to be nn
worthy of consideration as the million
nlie 01 those who tiactil their lineage
to the early da) a vvhtn seml-barbarlty
was in evidence. The future of tho
Terrltorv rests with Its honest Ameri
can citizens and that future wns brl
with the promise of sound progress,
Tbo Judge's remarks were received
with 1111 enthusiasm showing hearty
appioval of his sentiments
District Deputy James II Qulnl.in
mudo ii vtiy hnppv, response to the
toast of the angulation. He traced tho
growth of the order Its imputation for
ADVICE TO YOUNG
DY CONNIE MACK,
Manager of the Philadelphia American League Club.
Third Basemen Should Watch the Base Runners add Batters.
Not only must the third bnsemar watch the work of th batters, but ho
must devote considerable a'tentlon to the runners and keep a watchful eo
on the bases. Many lunneis are "at rht nnpping through the bIii.iaii pac
ing of the men coveilnrf tho bases, it Is customar for players on third to
take a deal of leeway u-iil pluy fai oft The third basemaii should wutch lor
theso plas nnd sign the cat her lor i.U throws to catch .ho runner off Ms
A third basenui mint pnsa through n Hie of severe 'iltlehun. and must
bavo nn unusual nniount of expeil'uee to tover the position satlsfactonlv.
As ho fnees the hardest kind of hits, It lequlies skill nnd courage of no ordi
nary ability to face tho bard lives whlih nie sent In this teri'to')- and un
less 11 young plnyei possessci thcac attl Unites it would be better foi him to try
for u less dllllcult position.
It Is but a slioit Jistimce fiom thl-rt base to the home plate, nnd unless the
third baseman Is watchful n ruiiifi nia steal home 'I his especially Is tun
case when the scoie Is close and one run is needed to tie or win the game All
plners take desperate chances, but In this ease will go to greatei extremes
than when on flist or see end bases Heme It will be readily mulct stand
the Importance of the third baseman's position Theie me some 1 tiles hcivv
ovei that would not nppl 111 evei caic. All plais nro seen nt their beat
under unexpected or paitlculail dllllcult conditions While the geneinl rulo
applies In thtfc cases. It must be left to the discretion of tho Udder us to
w lint he should do To those thoioughl giounded In tho pilnclplcs of tho
game this is not n very clllllciilt nuttei, but to those whoso expeileme Is lini
Bed the solving of u pioblem of pluy Is at times clllllciilt. hut a plner idiould
do his best miller nil conditions No man tun be biucessfVi at all times nut)
should eirois result from lack of Judgment It should only prove nn Incentive
to the llacr to dtr better next lima
saving vei.v little about Itself but In a
quiet, comon sense wav accomplishing
results. Mr. Qulnlan counseled his
brethren to make unity and friendship
their wutchword. They might hao
Hit lr differences, he wouldn't give a
tig for a man who bad no opinion.
These dllferences. however should not
be made public. The front presented to
the outside world should be a united
front. Mr Qulnlan disclaimed any
clalrr.s to oratory but th- rounds of ap
plause Indicated that the calm truths
and good, comon seme udvlce he of
fered were hlghlj appreciated.
1 One of the happiest Incidents of the
evening wns when Chalmers A. Gra
ham wns called upon to respond to the
toast "Lodge No 100 " Mr. Graham Is
.nlwajs Jovial nlwns good nntured. He
made n brief response to the subject as-
1 signed and turned to the more pleas-
j nnt duty of presenting District Deputy
I Qulnlan with a magnificent case of sil
ver In behalf of the lodge members. It
twas a complete surprise to Mr Quin-
'Inn who made several attempts to re
spond but couldn't get further than,
'Well bojs. jou've got the best of me
this time" There was no doubt of the
deep sense of gratitude felt by Mr.
"The Press" was very ablj handled
' by 12 M Bovd of the Adcrtlser. Ernst
Kopke of the Honolulu Iron Works
1 expressed his Interest In the men nt
the throttleand wished the organization
well In nil Its efforts J. S Purdle re
sponded for the visiting biethren and
J A. Colbron spoke for the absent ones.
A W. Kecc bof the Inter-Island Com
pan expressed his appreciation of tlw
work done b the organization Sccrc
tarj Lnch nnd W J. Donnelly nnd the
Bulletin representative made a few re
marks and the banquet closed with a
Jovlnl storj from Chalmers A. Gra
ham an honorary member of the order
nnd to who-e good work much of th
success of the tlrst nnnlversar banquet
Is to be credit d.
1 i '
No Loopholes in the
New Exclusion Law
Washington. Muy 13 Vague stor
ies of 'bugs" and loop holes in the Chinese-
exclusion law as recently passed
have been circulating around the Cnp
Itol and have been published. As near
ly ns tan be learned, the stories ema
nate from disappointed Democrats of
thu California commission, who are
trjiug to convince- the labor peoplu
that all the good qualities in the- ex
clusion bill are due to the Democrats,
The truth is that the new Is far better
than the old one- nnd absolutely Im
pregnable In the opinion of such men
as Senator Lodge.
I ' I know of no loop holes In tho
act." h said todaj. "To my mind It
Is n vcr carefully drawn nnd well
tousldered measure. It not only ex
cludes Chinese from the United
States, but from the Island territory
I nnd, if there Is nny loophole, I don't
'know where- It Is."
Itev. George A. Gordon ling been
pastoi for eighteen ears of the Old
South Church, Boston the ilchest Con
gregntlonul church In Ameilcn Dur
ing the 233 jcars of the cluirch'fe ';lst
cute It has had sixteen mlnlstcis
BASE - BALL PLAYERS
ARE ALMOST CERTAIN OF
DEFEATING CUBAN SCHEME
Many Conferences Held and Much
Counting of Noses Threaten
to Call Up Many Gther
Washington, Mny 16 Tho stalwart
Republicans In both branches of Con
gress ore narrowly watching tho tac
tics of Ihoe In the party who are try
ing to encompass .1 tariff amendment
I under the guise of relief to Cuba. Thu
I House stalwarts are taking a quiet poll
to sec If It will not be possible to force
an adjournment In case the Senate
should send the bill back with the dif
ferential amendment lopped off The
stalwarts Lellcve the can bring nbout
the adjournment If the Senate leaders
should try to carry through a reduc
tion tariff in favor of Cuba.
I The Senate stalvvitts are taking an
other tack to prevent tarltf meddling.
They threaten to bring up as amend
ments to the Cuban bill all other reci
procity schemei such as are contained
In the Jamaica Trench and other trea
ties, nnd they believe they can forco
.Btich anti-rcclprocltv men as Aldrlch
'and Plntt to let go the Cuban relief
Aldrlch Is as blt(erl) opposed to the
reciprocity treaties as jnv beet sugar
Senator Is oppoed to Cuban relief
Western Senators believe if the are
forced to bring In ih"(e relproclt
treatleH as amendments to the Cuban
bill President Ire will rule such
amendments geimauc to the bill, nnd
thus the question of a general revision
of the turiff will be up This Is pie
clsely what Aldrlch and Piatt do not
President Roosevelt has been con
sulting a number of Senators as tei the
situation leApeiting the Cuban bill
Senator Clapp of Minnesota confened
with the PresMeut on this subject this
morning Senator Spooner nnd others
have gone overtlie matter fully with
the President during the last few davs,
Clapp believe his resolution providing
for u tommlwlon to lnetlgate tho
I alleged distress In Cuba nnd furnish
relief to whatever class of people Is
most In need li gaining friends in tli-i
Senate. This Idea and others have been
I laid before the President with the hope
that the would obtain his partial. It
not entire sati. tlon It Is understood,
however, that the President has 111 no
sense changed his views that relief
should be granted to Cuba by the
straight process of tariff concessions
Clapp's plana and that of the rebate
'urged b Spooner do not meet with
his favor He btdleves Congress will
not do Its duty If it leaves Cuba in her
I Those Republican Senators who can
not approve of tariff concessions to
Cuba nie urging upon the President
the political phases of the Cuban tariff
contioversy The assert that if the
question Is put to a straight test in the
.Senate general tirlft revision cannot be
I Former Senator Mandcraon of Ne
braska, who lus been attorne foi
two beet sugar tompau'es, wns befoie
the Senate Committee on Relations
with Cuba toda He related dculls of
the cut In sugir at MUsuuri rivei
points, and said t'he action of the ti 11st
was for the purpose of destiolng beet
sugar growing He said that nil pre
vious legislation had be-eu an Invita
tion to grow beet sugai but the pro
posed conci-ss'on to Cuba had pi event
Cd several factories fiom Icing start
ed lie said tint 'aimeis weie going
.from the Middle West sea s to .Mani
toba, but that tl.e ,itet sugar glowing
'had nrrcsted ih.s e-mlsiatloti for n
MINISTER WirSMW PLACE
Peking. May 1 1 n Imperial edict
has been issued appointing Wu Ting
Fang, the Chinese Mlnistei at Wash
ington, nnd Sheng Chi Peng to prepare
a code of Chinese law on modern lines
Wu Ting Pang will probabl soon bo
recalled to China to undeitake thin
Tho ever popular Ralner Beer is Just
as much n favorl'e as ever It Is on
draught at the New Criterion Saloon
as It was at the old The longer it Is
used the better It l liked
WH1TELAW ItEID IJXNQUUT.
New York N'av 11 White law Held
wuh the guest d' In 1101 ut n farewell
banquet given at the 1'ulon Lenguo
Club tonight In ant!' Iputlon of his np
proachlng depal tuie for London ns spe
cial embassador o the I'nited States
at the eoionntlon of King ndvvurd VII
This banquet was it'c tided b about 100
gentlemen Including in my piomlneiit
llguies In politic Hi an e nnd Journal
ism from all sedcors ef the tommy.
KELLETT A ROBIN80N Attorneys-at-Law;
Rooms 11 and 12, Magoon
bldg.j 'Phone Main 153.
F. M. BROOKS--ttorney: rooms -10,
Spreckels bldg,; Tel. Main 311.
CARL08 A. LONG Attorney: 15 Kaa
kumnnu St.; Tel. 181 Mala
J. M. DAVIDSON Attorney-nt-Law;
109 Kanhumanu St.
QARDNER K. WILDER Attorney at
law; Kanhumanu St.
McDONALD t LANQSTON Contract
ors and Builders: 118 Union 3L
C. A. COWAN 11R6 Union SL, opp,
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
E. J. WALKER Coffeo Broker; room
4, 8prec):els bldg.
PACIFIC VEHICLE &. 8UPPLY CO.
Fine cnrrlnges, wagons, harness
and whlcs: Beretnnln near Fort St.
THl' KASH CO., LTD. Two stores
23 87 Hotel SL and cor. Fort & Hotel.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING. 16 Miller Street.
CORNS removed without pain by D
M. Thomson, export Chiropodist, of
fices nt 11 Gnrden lane. 2110-lm
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Ber
etanla nnd Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Port nnd Hotel
Sts CJas administered for extracting
fv'ME. P. LAMBERT, tho tashlonablo
French dressmaker, makes stylish
dresses at reasonable prices. Bos
ton Bldg., room 300. 2137-tf
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; office, room 4,
Spreckels Block; residence, 1313
Wilder Ao.; Tel Main 132.
W. BEAKBANE Card enr-ravlng nnd
stamping; room 2. Ellto bldg.
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St., opp. Wnvcrlcy blk,; Tel.
621 Blue; pkgs called for and dcl'd.
J. E. GOEAS Berctanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blge.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
nnd King Sts.; Tel. Main 228. P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP rort
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 nud cold water;
flrst-t.ass table board, Mrs. liana,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Joweler and
watchmaker; E30 Fort St.; Lovo
bldg.; latest In novelties.
UNION HOUSE MrB Wheeler, pro
prietor, furnished nnd unfurnish
ed rooms, nlso rooms for light
housekeeping, Union St., nbovo Ho
HONOLULU PRIMO OR BOCK
BEER 10c at the PANTHEON.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER
VICE TTnlon Re- nr ITntal Tat
'. 3C1 Main.
MR. JAMES SHERIDAN Piano tuner
and repairer; No. 343 King St. near
Opera Hottso. Orders at Wall, Nlch
ols Co and nt th Hawaiian Book ii
Music Store, Merchant St.
IOLANI QUINTET E P. Hatfield,
Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K
Kaal'B studio; Tel M 231.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
nil occasions Leave orders Berg
strom Music Co J S Kills, Mgr.
JANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
instructor; ".Mignon, 1024 Bercta
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments studio Lovo bldg, Tort St.
Telephone Main 231.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
Tim latest In millinery, etc.: Boston
bldg. Tol 201 Main.
OR. 8LOGGETT Eyo, Ear, Nose and
Thoat: office at Eye and Ear Inarm
nry, Alakea SL Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. WM. a ROGERS Eyo. Ear, Noso
and Throat; 1146 Alakea St.
ANTONE PILARES & CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani
tary work. Sower connections a
specialty. Charges to suit tha
times. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
P. E. R. 8TRAUCH Real Estato
handled to best advantago; houses
rented; loans negotiated; money In
vested on best securities. 32 Camp
bell Block, 31G Fort street
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel SL, nr. Nu
uanu. Felt, straw, pnnama hats
J. D. AVERY Stenographer and
Typewriter; Builders and Traders'
Exchange; Tel. Main 70.
STENOGRAPHY and typewrltlngneat
ly and accurately dono at Hawaiian
Hotel by Miss Noble.
FRESH RAINIER DEER on draught
10c at the PANTHEON.
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
pairing; Elks bldg., C1G Miller St
G. DIETZ Wntchmakcr nnd Joweler,
10CC Fort St.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
chronometer mnkcr: 79 Merchant SL
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA.
SUGAR ESTATES, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. Kle
gnnt turnouts; Tolcphono No 120.
LAHAINA STORE Lumbor. Whole
1 sale Liquors, Merchandise. O. B.
I Olsen, Manager.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
1 nnd Burgeon; I.alialna, Maul.
G. H. DUNN Express nnd drajago;
Agt Wilder and Inter-Island Tol 113.
STOP nt Pioneer Hotel Excellent ac
commodations. O Frcelond, Mgr.
G. H. DUNN Notary Public. Convey
nnces. Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents Offlco Government bldg
tf you hive tti-rn your fevt hav slmcly acquires!
bai hitlts It Is not nectatary to t locturej by
corns, Ingrowing nails bunions chilblains tie
Thtv may he curei-lhal Is your Ifel nay t frcken
ol chili t-aihaNts. You will be surprised, not only
how enucn n-e-e easily and comlorlable von will walk
. but with how much more vlcor anJ force you will be
1 able to think anl act In all yocr business or social
call ani see nt abou his, or senj rneworj anJ I
will call on you.
Dr. W. R. Bogle,
( ' Union Strict above Hotel.
Consuttatlon at offie fret
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Offices Rooms 208 209 Boston build
ing, Fort Street.
Telephones Ofllce, Main 385; Res
Idenco, Whlto 2801.
Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p, m.; 3 to 5
p. m.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 12 to 2 p.m.
I P. O. Box 801.
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. B. WALL, D.D.S.
Love Building, Fort Street.
Hours, 9 to 4, Telonhone Main Jzi
All Lovers of the Sport
are requested to register their
Stato or Territory at tho
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
MRS, A. SGHOELLKOPF,
TEACHER OF PIANO.
Honolulu, T. H.
Hotel street' Opposite Advent Church.
IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE
j IN NEWSPAPERS i
I ANVWHCKB AT ANVTIMB
I Call on or Write
E.C.DAKH'S ADVERTISING iRPNrv!
I 64 & rig Merchants' Exchange i
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