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SUNDAY BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T.. SUNDAY. JUNK 15, 1902
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EVERYDAY WANTS AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
HAWAII'S GREATEST OPPORTUNITY FOR LARGE RETURNS ON SMALL INVESTMENTS
J't If so, consult these columns.
l If you want employes or If you
jj want employment.
It you want lodging or boarding,
l or have them to let If you
' want to rent rooms advertise
A In tlie Dulletln Want Columns,
fi Advertise any want you have
and advertise your business.
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WANTED Dy experienced mnn of 28
occupation as bookkeeper, store
clerk, night watchman, tuna or any
other position; remuneration $C0 up;
first-rnto Island references. Apply
P. O. box 28. 2124 tf
OWER8'MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENT .AL AGENCY Night
watchmen furnished for buildings,
business property and residences.
Office, and Residence, School St.;
P. O. nox 284; White 3C91.
COUPLE n quire unite with good
hoard cunitneni i Jul), Male terms
Hull, tin c,rfu. 2171 at
WANTED limine of mIx or seven
rooms uniurnlxlii il, in the distrli t
bounili d U) llcretnnln. Wilder ave
nue lapal and l'llkol Address II
Hull, tin office 2171 UN
WANTED People to feed tlielr hair
with Pnihecos Dandruff Killer It
Is a regular hair loud At l'nlon Bar
WANTED Everybody to know that
the Canton Marine Insurance Co.
olllce Is at Honolulu Investment Co.
TO LET Two roomed cottage, rent
$15. Apply l.'ul Emma St. JliSlw
TO LET House. Tort St nr Vineard
ij rooms et servants quartern,
iletne light, water tree. Mrs.
Smith Honolulu Hotel 2172 lv
FOR SALE Svcarold bay saddle
mare, sound and gentle Address
It. this office. 2171 lw
FOR SALE One blooded J oarllug
Durham bull, at a bargain Call Cen
tral Teed Store. King St. 21G9tf
FOR SALE I'urnlturo for live room
house, privilege of renting Call 36
Vine) aril, near Punchbowl.
FOR SALE Furniture of 6 room cot
tage, almost new; privilege ot rent
ing cottage, which Is centrally lo
cated. Address C. L, this office
GASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE 44
horsepower gasoline engine. In
perfect condition. Apply to M L.
Smith Superintendent of The Hono
lulu Clay Co, Ltd, telepbono whlto
2321, or to Castle & Lansdalo, Stan
gcnwald Bldg. 21C5tf
FOR SALE A 3-year-old fresh milch
cow. California Feed Co, Queen
nnd Nuuanu Sts. 2158 tf
FOR SALE Furniture of 4 room cot
tage, 39 Miller, with privilege of
renting cottage. 2151-lm
FOR SALE OR RENT Lodging and
boarding house. In center of town.
Apply Honolulu Investment Co.,
Judd bUg. 2133 tf
FOR SALE 1 Lodge & Shipley power
lathe, 1 drill press, 1 pipe cutter,
cuts up to six Inches; all now ma
chines, now on band In Honolulu;
also one steam launch. W. II. Pain,
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress It. M. Duncan, at Dulletln of
THREE nice, large rooms, right down
town; suitable for ladles or gents,
large, shady yard Two doors from
Pearson & rotter's. Union House.
for rent Largo, pleasant rooms
from $1.50 a week up; board nnd
room, $6.00. Hnqulro Mrs May, 220
Llllha St. near School St. Itapld
Transit cars pass tlio door. 2150-tf
fO LET Rooms Nos. 11 nnd 12, Mc
Intyro Building, formerly occupied
by Vlckery's Art Exhibit. Apply to
E. F. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.'s.
TO LET House on Young Street at
$30 per month; formerly occupied
by W. Needhnm Esq , near McCully
Tract. Has threo sleeping rooms,
bath, hot and cold water. Apply E
F. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.
TO LET A most deslrablo homo with
a prlvato family; board It desired.
Address II C, this office. 21C2-2w
TO LET Nicely furnished room, for
gentleman; In prlvnto family En
quire second cottage In Emma
TO LET Cottago on Punchbowl St.;
"loilern Improvements, Arply to A.
O. Cunha, 2d house above Mormon
Church. Floor matted. 212G2m
TO LET Tloomy hath tub, with either
hot or cold water and all modern
Improvements, 'all at Silent Bar
bor Shop. 2019 tf
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs
McConuefs, Garden lane. 2055 tf
WANTED Girl to care for bab , light
homework Appl 1323 Nuunnu.
GIRL WANTED For soda fountain.
Apply Honolulu Drug Co 2171-tf
WANTED Two first class barbers Im
mediately JefT s, 43 King St.
WATERHOUSE & PODMORE, 39 S.
King St. cor. Bethel, are offering:
FURNISHED house. 4 bedrooms and
stable, I.unalllo nr. Pcnsacola. Hcnt
JJ3 icr mo. Will rent for G or 12
FURNISHED house In Nuunnu valley
loe to Itapld 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
el ii Kens for 3 or 4 months. Very
FURNISHED house nt Wnlklkl; 4 bed
rooms and 2 cottages In sard. Good
bathing. Kent reasonable.
COTTAGE of 4 rooms nt Waiklkl.
ROOM AND DOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Mint centrally
mosquito pioof rooms In town, $2.50
nnu up per week. .Mrs J Duggnn
3 PARLORS, 5 bedrooms, furnished
completely, housekeeping, either
singii or ns n whole 710 Port $3
TO LET Furnished cottnge for liouso
keeping Apply at Honolulu Hotel.
TO LET Part of house occupied by
Dr Hodglns, Alakea St. Apply on
premises. 21GG tf
FOR RENT June 1st. cottage of
seven rooms; latest Improvements;
South King St. Enquire 1941 South
King St. 2148-tf
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms. No.
8 Cottage Grove, King St. 2161-tf
LOST One red horse, white stripe on
tho neck, and threo whlto legs,
branded thus. M on left hind leg.
Suitable reward will be paid on re
turn jf same to James 11. Boyd, at
FOUND Insurance against the break
ace of plato glass at The Honolulu
investment Co. 2051-tf
DO NOT DELAY
the purchase of a bouse lot In the
Brest suburb ot Honolulu.
The remaining lots In KAIMUKI
TRACT ate now being sold on the In
$20 cash upon signing agreement
md $10 per month until fully paid.
lots 75x200 and 100x150.
Gear, Lansing & Go
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken. My work Is
of tho highest quality
and prices reasonable
J. J. Williams,
Take elevator In IJoston Block.
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS,
Rooms 508-510 Stangenwald Bldg.
Tel. Main 50. P. O. Box 537.
AH PAT & CO.,
1256 Fort SL above Orpheum.
AH PAT, expert cutter, lato foreman
t. D. Tregloan, Suits latest styles and
jocd fit Cleaning and repairing,
HAWAII'S AGRICULTURAL CONDITION
PROSPECTS FOR THE SMALL FARMERS
(Special to the Dulletln )
Washington, 1). C
Hay 19. Ad-
,rr.ce proofs of Census Dulletln No.
I.,..,. . . . .
ii'j, dealing cMiausuveiy witn agricui-
tu.ru and farm conditions In Hawaii,'
hue hccnlssucd today. The following
exttacts bring out some new points,
I'Ud features which will be of Interest
throughout the Terrltor) :
Tin- cilllhntlon of rlco Is carried oil
ii'ost cAtciislvoly on the rlanil of O.t
Int. wheio 20,99S,,U0 iioiiiuIh, or I.2.S
ler tent of the total crop ot 1899, were
6 own Tlie Island nt Kauai produced I """'f'1 om districts of tin- Isl Ulrnwboriles 97 1 per cent being pro
:i.S pei tent of tne remainder of th"nmlR nlc' n,lal,,ci1 to ,n" cultivation otnucd on tho Island of Oahu. Of the
crop. The average )lild per acre In n'Mlnsl otor ' n vegetable. veryother fruits grown on tho Islands.
U99 was 3t,t,2 9 pounds, nnd the nvcr- Ill,l' Ion" ln ,lle way r erslfleil I'ires. nlllgitor peais peaches, lemons,
ugi values. 47 cents per pound and ",lck f"rmlnK Tllp Chinese at pre K c tints, gitavai and mangoes )leld tho
J' 71 09 per acru. On the Island of Oa
ru the average ylild per acre was 4.
187" pounds, while Individual yields
:mi consldernbly aliavo that flguro.
Tl'tse high nvcrago leids result from
tho fait that the uniformly warm cli
mate of the Territory permits two
crops to bo grown on the same land In
a twelvemonth. 'I he Industry Is al
.m.i uimiiv- in ,,,., .i. , ,...,
i.ese, who. for tho most part use tho'
crudest of Implements nnd employ tho I
most laborious methods Although a
considerable quantity Is exported, tho
trojor portion is consumed on the Isl-'
ands. being In great demand In the
populous Chinese districts 1 "., ""
The only other cereal raised to any!!1' M, I',t'r aCri' ln lto9 ttas 132
"tout Is corn. The acreage devoted I ''K3, "'"' ,l"! nvt,raKe "rlcc' $U'3 n -
cjieni is corn. 1110 ncrenge
to this ciop In 1S99 wns 15 3 per cent
of the total cultivated area excluslvs
of that planted In sugar cane The nv
crago yield per acre Mas 35 8 bushels
imd tho average values. 30 9 cents per,
bushel and $20 30 per acre. Attempts i
.0 introduce other grains have me. .
vUh Slight success I
Tobacco and Forage.
minor crops grown In tho Territory.
')-, - .,.., .1,.. .! .,.( , '
..... . U, ucum iu hub croji in
1S99 produced 50,410 pounds, or an nv-
. ., ...., .
ernge)lcld per acre of 2,191.7 pounds.
The total value of the crop, which
brought an average price of 10.1 cents
per pound, was $5,101, or an averago
uturn per acre of $221.78. Almost tho
entire crop Is grown on file Island of
Hawaii, and consists of n coarse, dark,
txcosslvcly strong variety, although
attempts at growing Improved grades
indicate that the Industry might bo
Systematic methous for tho cultiva
tion of forage crops havo not been
genernlly adopted among stock raU
ers. In a few cases alfalfa, sorghum,
cic, are grown for forngo purposes,
but only to n very limited extent.
Many rich grasses grow readily on tho
11 lands, but owing to tho frequent
rains the crop is generally spoiled In
the curing process.
The production of coffee In 1899 was
the largest In tho history of tho Isl-
ends. From 0,451 acres of land, on
which were 3,225,743 bearing trees, n
I toduct of 2,297,000 pounds was secur
ed. Tho number of trees here given
includes a great many young trees
wh'ch had Just come Into hearing and J
yielded only a small crop. Conse-
Diseases with strange names have
followed In the wake of ping-pong, but'
the real pang Is not n fanciful one, for
the watching ot the celluloid sphere.
really strains the ejes.
There Is a ping-pong wrist, ot course,!
nnd a ping-pong back, but the plajeis'
who can return a ball a hundred times
or so suffers comparatively little from
these. The t)ro who bends often to.
pick up the balls which bound upon
the carpet Is tho one who Is most like
ly to complain ot tendosynovltls.
In time he learns, however, to make
the optical nerves save the exertions
of tho muscles. Then ho requires a
Ph)slc!ans say that many ping-pong
players suffer from an Inflammation ot
1)1 e)e, und champion pla)ers ad 1
their testimony to these ailments.
The constant watching of the ball Is
liable to cause headaches, or. In othet
words, to causo lirltatlon to spread
from tho over-worked optical muscles
The ping-pong e)e Is often bloodshot
Tho only way to cure It Is stop plaj
Ing and to glvo the ovcrwoikul oe a
chanio to rest. This the ping-pong
dovoteo objects to doliig. When he be
comes absorbed In the guno he per
sists In playing It in season and out
Thro are many ping-pong tables
which served originally ln dining
rooms. Tho man who plavs upon,
them Is prono to contiact tho ping-1
REPORT ON CROPS
ivently the average leld per tree for
the census year, 0 7 of n pound, rcpro-
sents little more man half the produc-
I . . .
ing capacity or tuny matured trees.
The nvcrngo production per acre was
3."o 1 pounds, while the average allies
v ere 10.7 cents per pound and $38 1C
per ncio. Of the total production, 2,
.12 Con pounds were giown on the Isl
mil of Hawaii; 09,800 pounds on
Maul, fig U'O pounds on Oahu; 42,750
I onniN on Knual, and .1 7uu pounds on
i m roniioi me local proiiuction 01 i.reatesi leturiiH.
visitable. wlilili Is not sufficient for' Non Bearing Trees.
the local demands, the rest of thoj Of the l.fi"3 0T7 non-bearing trees
liecessary supply being obtnlned bvtct the Islands In 1S99. 1 144,634, or S7 1
in portatlons, mainly from California Ipir cent, were coffee trees which had
The production of tnro, Tlie great na -
live rood Is L'Monsivclj carried on. In 1 the census year Of tikis latter Hum
the Islands of Hawaii, Kauai, Maul ler S9.2 per cent wero on the Island of
Moiokal and Oahu theio were In 1S99. ' llawnll, whlih reports also S7.7 per
'r5S fanners engaged In the cultivation,
t"ls tl,,K'r- ln thv l'rodll(:tlo "' thOP-rduct of 2.297.0.H) pounds of coffee
U' 3"' lmw tt,'k" on8,ltu,t,d ,ho ' """ ""i' '" JM from 3.223.743
' '" rr ,l,at 5ear' ,"cy n,ndo "80 ' iuv lf tlu? lre,H whlch v"re not et
'.-' a,res ' !" Oahu leads In pro- In bearing in 1SU9 prove equally pro-
(-"C,l"- nm' ". U lher a'S """ ",0 "'K,U'' ""' off,'", rro" "'" l,e ,ni
"n""m""a of '"' w "' mnnufac ci eased 118 per cent In the near f.
tl t( (I liriuliirf Is pn tttt ur Tlin m nn. turn riffn. l l.j, ... i i.i
lu. The value ot the crop constltut
oil 10 3 per cent of the value of all vatlon of both these crops Is carried
vegetables. (in simultaneously with great success.
Second In fmportance, among tho 1 Second In Importance among non-
nr-,tnlt1ru n n .... . ... .If. , . . .
; .' - ,7 ,,u""oe" """ i ' """K "TOfl on" l"ant,, n,e l"'P
""' P,',"- . S ,0rmCr ,heW I ' n"mbM- SM74, C
I "TT , ,S99'9'284,bu8l-'Is' "" t",U ' 10'555 the nu,nb" of Plants
per busfte1' ani ot ihou' '""InK I" 1809, Indicating the rapid
latter 9,242 bushels, valued at GO cents growth which this Industry Is experl-
per bushel. The average )leld and I encme
iv ernge value per acre of all potatoes
v ire GI.5 bushels and $41.50. respect-
,. e,..i. r
The Fruit Crop.
Although the ciowlmr of mnnr of tlm
tu.plcal nnd subtropical fruits, to
winch tlie soil and climate of Hawaii rent; limes. 2S0 1 per cent; lemons,
are adapted, has not as yet been car- 4S9 5 per cent; alligator pears, 670.1
rled beyond tho experimental stage. 'per cent; fig3. 1SG.5 per cent;
lontlderabTo progress In tho cultlva- 1 inches, 105.G per cent; cocoanuts,
tion of some of these fruits has been 209.8 per cent
rnde In recent years. Tho banana,! Labor Cost r Farms
llneapplc nnd orange have becomo of The total expenditure for labor on
commercial Importance, although tho the farms of Hawaii in 1S99. was $7,
total value of the three products In 9)3,lGfi. an average of 3,1SI per farm.
1S59 waB but $G8.494. While 205 of tho tobacco farms lend with an oxpendl
351 banana growers of the Territory tnro per aero for labor of $30 GG. Ice
aie located on the Island of Hawaii, Jnrms show an ependlture of $2S 81
Oahu practically monopolises tho In-'per aero, fruit farms, $12 13; sugar
durtry. having produced In 1899. 81.2f.irms, $G70. vegetable farms, $1.53;
pei cent of the entire output. Hawaii ruffee farms $2 G3 dairy farms. $1 7G;
ranks second; Kauai, third; Maul, miscellaneous) $1 51 tnro. $1 19; while
lotirth, and Moiokal. fifth. Tho nver-l.ve stock farms show by far tho low
upe value In 1899 was 37.1 cents per.est cxpondltilro per acre. $U.
bunch, but the best grades bring much
higher prices In the retnll market
Oahu leads also In the production ofaigest nmount per acre. $15 87. cash
pineapples, 84,310, or 72 3 per cent of, tenants following with $9.49. Mann-
ire total number reported, having
been grown In close proximity to Ho
rclulu The averago )lcld per acre
was 1,475 4, nnd the average value 7.9
Oranges Pay Well.
Although the raising of oranges has
Diseases of Eye
It has been said that the muscles of
pong eye. The Ideal tabic should be the legs nnd ninii aio often wearied
dark green. This color la easy on tho by the game. Tlw Is true tn a sense
eye A retired billiard or pool table Is but the eye and ln.itn will be exhausted
well adapted to the game, as far as the. long before the muse'es used In send
effect upon the c)e Is concerned Tho'lng and returning the lull can bo at
lull Is dizzling white, It would be fectid to any appre lable extent
Facts About Uncle Sam's Post Office
Washington, May 24. As a result of
many requests received at the Post
Olllce Department the Third Assistant
Postmaster General has Issued .
pamphlet entitled "I'03tal Statistics ot
tho United States fiom 1775 to 1902."
It contains much that Is of Interest,
particularly ns showing the remarkable
growth of the country slme the Hevo
lutlon In 1789 there were onlv sevcntv.flve
post oil tea established, tho length of
the 1 ost routes being 2275 miles nnd tho
gross revenue of the Dcpirtment beln'
only $7510 The expenditures foi tho
same )inr wero $7500 and of tills only
$1057 was paid In salaries to postmas
ters There were In 1901, 70,591 post olllces
in operation. 511,808 miles of post
loutes. 4GG,14G,059 miles of mall serviie
performed. The gross revenues of tho
Department weio $111,631,193, tho ex
penditures $115,039,007, and $19,113,-
iroen successful, very little has been
done toward advancing this particular
brcntn of agriculture. The crop of
3199 was 3.3GS boxes, of which 2.SG3
boxes, or 85 0 per tent, were grown on
ihc Inland of Hawaii. The growing of
oranges should. In time, develop Into
n highly remiiueratlvo Industr), ns
the nvcrngo return per acre from tho
ciop of 1S99 was $210 3.
The total nrea ued in growing
small fruits was but in acres, and tho
! vo'uo of the fruft produced. $1,120.
tTho ciop 0" 1SJ1 consisted entirely ot
.ro! leached maturity nt the close of
rent of tho bearing coffee trees. A
....i . u--,. IUii ,u lm am-
5 ' ,m,t' J"8t nl,mo t!lat nt wlllr1' BR"
ril"np ta ' raNed most remunerative.
, lv. nnd on a few plantations the cultl
For the other fruits the ratios he-
t-ieen the numbers of non-bearing nnd
. 1 nri , . ,,... . m
'1 V V -""""" "
ler of non-hearing banana plants Is
bearing plants, oranges. 209.1 per
01 the operators ot farms classified
by tenure, sbaro tenants expended Ihc
cers exncndml S3 4?
mil part owners $n 3S
Of operators claislftd by race. Chi-
nese farmers expended $21.45 for labor
pet aero; whlto farmers, $3.49: Jan-
nneso. $3.G5. part Hawaiian. $0.19;
land Hawaiian, $011
I better If It were gray hut expeilence
I has taught that white Is the best
adapted for the 1 ,e of the txpeit pla)-
590 was paid as compensation to post
masters. From Juno 30. 1S47, to Juno 30. 1831,
4.603,200 postage si amps wero Issued,
while In tho slng'e jer 1901 4,329,273,
f9G stamps were used by the people of
the United States
In 1833, the year in which stamped
rnev lopes were first Issued, 5.000000
wero used, while in 1901 tho total was
Tho (list ) ear's Issue of postal cards
1873 numbered 31094,000, while in
1901, G59G14.800 were Issued
The lcgistry system was stalled In
1855, nnd In that ear the registered
pieces numbered 029,322. ln 1991 they
In 16(15 money orders totho amount
of $1,300,122 woie Issued, while in 1901
tho total nmounted to $J7l.54G.0i!7.
Tho number of pieces of matter of
all kinds malli Increased from 500,
000 In 1790 to 7,421 390,329 lu 1901,
KELLETT & ROBINSON Attorneys-at-Law;
Booms 11 nnd 12, Magoon
bldg.; 'Phone Main 153.
F. M. BROOKS---ittorney; rooms 9-10.
Spreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 311.
:ARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
numanu St : Tel. 08I Main.
J. M. DAVIDSON Attornoy-at-Law,
109 Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorncy-at-law;
McDONALD & LANOSTON Contract
ors nnd Builders; tl8 Union St.
J. A. COWAN 11RG Union St., opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
E. J. WALKER Coftco Broker; room
4. Spree) els bldg.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
and whips; Berctnnln near Fort St.
THt KASH CO LTD. Two stores
2S 27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
CIGAR3 AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, GIG Miller Street.
CORNS removed without pain by D.
M. Thompson, exrert Chiropodist
nnd Masseur, 11 Garden lane.
ALDCRT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Ber-
ctnnla and Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort and Hotel 1
Sts C.ns administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; office, room 4,
Spreckels Block; residence, 1313
Wilder Ave.; Tel Main 132. 1
W. BEAKBANE Card enrravlng nnd
stflmnlnir! rnnm ? Tallin hM, I
MERCHANTS' PAhCF.L DELIVERY
P.?,"!?.1 St- ?pp' wj"crIc' u"t-5 Tel.
G21 nine; pkgs. called for and del'd.
J. E. GOEAS Deretanla near Emma I
St.; Tel. 2312 DIiio.
HARNE88 AND 8ADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Main 228. P. O.
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 proot;
electric lights; hot and cold water;
flrst-t.aas table board. Mrs. liana,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jewelor and
watchmaker; 630 Fort Sl; Lovo
bldg.; latest In novelties.
HONOLULU PRIMO OR BOCK
DEER 10c at tho PANTHEON.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER 8ER-
vitt union at. nr Hotel.; To
IOLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield,
Mgr. Music for nil occasions, n. K
Knot's studio; Tel. M. 231.
MOANA QUINTET CLUD Music for
all occnslons. Leave orders Dorg-lfJ
Btrom MiibIc Co,; J. S. CIHb. Mgr.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon, ' 1024 Dereta
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio. Love bldg.. Fort St.
Telephone Main 231.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLOR8
Tho latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.: To, 2R4 Main.
ANTONE PILARE8 & CO. Plumben
and Tinsmiths. All kinds ot sanl
tary work. Sower connections a
specialty. Charges to suit the
times. Cornci Vineyard and Emma
DR. SLOGGETT Eyo, Ear. Nose anC 1
Thoat; office nt Eye and Ear Inarm ,
nry, Alakea SL Hours 9 a, m. 11 j
4 p. m. I
DR. WM. G. ROGERS Eye, Ear, Nose
nnd Throat; 1140 Alakea St.
Telephone the EVENING DULLE
HN. Main 26C. If you havo books to be
made, printing to be done, etc., etc,
nd we will call. Wo have men that
know tbelr business tor tkat purpose.
P. E. R. 8TRAUCH Ileal Estate
handled to best ndvantago; houses
rented; loans negotiated; money In
vested oa best securities. 32 Camp
bell Block, 31G Fort street.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St.. nr. Nu
uanu, Felt, straw, Panama hats
FRESH RAINIER BEER on draught
10c at the PANTHEON.
ALBERT BERHDT Tailoring nnd ro
pairing; Elks bldg, CIS Miller St.
G. DIETZ Watchmaker and Jeweler
10GG Fort SL
J. W. A. RFDHOUSE Watch nnd
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant SL
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA.
SUGAR ESTATE8, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVE3,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. Ele
gant turnouts; Tclcphono No. 12G.
LAHAINA STORE Lumber, Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandise. C. B.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
nnd surgeon; Lahnlna, Maul
G. H. DUNN Express and drayage;
Agt Wilder and Intcr-Islnnd.Tel 113.
STOP nt Pioneer Hotel. Excellent ac
commodations. Q. Freeland, Mgr.
G. H. DUNN Notary Public. Convey
ances, Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Offlco Government bldg
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Fort St., bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Everytnlng first-class. Complete line
Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayi
H. J. NOLTE, - Proprietor.
Pearl City Hotel
A place for town people to lay oft
tor a few days.
Furnished rooms, first-class meals,
dancing pavilion, nlco picnic grounds,
also stabling for horseB.
Convenient for a country outing.
J. W. CHAPMAN,
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Bedrooms, 8amnle Room for Cnmmer.
clal Travelers. Opposite Landing, fine
view, cool nnd comfortable. Terms
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RELIABLE JAPANESE and CHINESE
IScHt of Help Furnlelieel on
Contract If desired.
Office Cor. Fort and King Streets,
Tel. Ulue 851.
Wo now havo moro tlmo for typo
vrlter repairing. All work dono with
obtcrvanco lo durability Olid economy.
Work positively guaranteed.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
MRS. A. SCHOELLKOPF,
TEACHER OF PIANO.
Honolulu, T. H.
Hotel Street, Opposite Advent Chur-h.
The largest oyster ever found o-i
Drltlsh slioies was dredged up oft
Liinstchtircii Head. It welglnd lluco
and a half pounds and measured sjveu
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