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; EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. MONDAY,' JUNE 16, 1902.
RATE8 FOR WANT AD9. !'?
DO YOU WANT ANYTHING?
Ada In this column will be Inserted S
EVERYDAY WANTS AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
HAWAII'S GREATEST OPPORTUNITY FOR LARGE RETURNS ON SMALL INVESTMENTS
If so, consult these columns.
Per line, one Insertion . ...15o
Per line, two Insertions ....25o
Per line, one week ........ 30e
If you want employes or If you
If you want lodging or boarding,
or have them to let If you
Per line, two week 40o S
Per line, one month 60o )j
This It the cheapest advertising i
ever offered the people of Honolulu, k
want to rent rooms advertise
In the Bulletin Want Columns. '
Advertise any want you hava
and advertise your business.
HOW THE PEACE NEW.
CANAL Eld Will
lBr'?'fMRfe.Mltv' &tAi jJtnttvA.JP ymil auiinmimii .ubvf Tim iiiiiim t ! in n in t mum rminiM 11 1 himit n 1 iBBir I M iWT
WANTED By experienced man of 23
occupation as bookkeeper, store
clerk, night watchman, luna or any
other position; remuneration $00 up;
first-rate Island references. Apply
F. O. box 2S. 2124-tt
SOWERS MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night
watchmen furnished for buildings,
kualnsss property and resldcnoes.
Office and Residence, School BL;
P. O. Box 284; L White 3691.
COUPLE require suite with good
board; commence July, state terms.
X. Bulletin office. 2171-3t
WANTED House of six or seven
rooms, unfurnished, In the district
bounded by Ilervtanla, Wilder ave
nue, Alapal and Pllkol. Address H.,
HiUlctln office. 2171-lw
VANTED People to feed their hair
with Pacheco's Dandruff Killer. It
Is n regular halr-lood. At Union Bar
WANTED Everybody to know that
tho Canton Marine Insuranco Co.
office Is at Honolulu Investment Co.
FOR SALE White Leghorn roosters.
also a few laying pullets. 1941 S.
King St.. W. L. Eaton. Bulletin of
TO LET Two roomed cottage; rent
$15. Apply 12G4 Emma St. 2172-lw
TO LET House, Fort St. nr. Vineyard
C rooms, etc.; servnnta' quarters;
electric light; water free. Mrs.
Smith, Honolulu Hotel. 2172-lw
FOR SALE 8-year-old bay saddle
mare; sound and gentle. Address
II, this office. 2171-lw
FOR SALE One blooded yearling
Durham bull, at a bargain. Call Cen
tral Feed Store, King St. 2169-tf
FOR SALE Furniture" for flvo room
house; privilege of renting. Call 363
Vineyard, near Punchbowl.
FOR 8ALE Furniture of C room cot
tage, almost new; privilege of 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. I..
Smith Superintendent of The Hono
lulu Clay Co., Ltd., telephone whlto
2321, or to Castle & Lansdale, Stan
zenwald Bldg. 2165-tf
FOR 8ALE A 3-year-old fresh milch
cow. California Feed Co., Queen
and Nuuanu Sts. 21SS-tf
FOR 8ALE Furniture of 4-room cot
tage, 39 Miller, with privilege of
renting cottage. 2151-lm
FOR SALE OR RENT Lodging and
boaralng house, In center of town.
Apply Honolulu Investment Co.,
Judd bldg. 2133-tf
FOR SALE 1 Lodge & Shipley power
tolhe, 1 drill press, 1 pipe cutter,
cats trp t six Inches; all new ma
chines, now on band In Honolulu;
also one steam launch. W. H. Pain.
Punahou. ' 2126-tt
FOR 8ALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress R. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
TO LET A most desirable homo with
a private family; board If desired.
Address II. C, this office. 2162 3w
TO LET Front rooms furnished, sin
gle or en Biilte; pleasant surround
ings. Borctania St. opposite Guido
grocery store, near Punchuowl St.
THREE nice, largo rooms, right down
town; suitable for ladles or gents;
largo, shady yard. Two doors from
Pearson & Potter's. Union House.
FOR RENT Large, pleasant rooms
from $1.50 a week up; board and
room, 36.00. Enqulro Mrs. May, 220
Liliha St. near School St. Rapid
Transit cars pass tho door. 2150-tf
TO LET Rooms Nos. 11 and 12, M&
Intyre Building, formerly occupied
ky Victory'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. Ncedham Esq., near McCully
Tract. Has three sleeping rooms,
bath, hot and. cold water. Apply E.
F. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.
TO LET A most dcslrablo homo with
a private family; board If desired.
Address II. C, thU office. 2162-2W
, I,,, , .! I
TO LET Roomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water ana all modern i
Improvements. Tall at Silent Bar-1
ber Shop. 2019-U
WANTED Girl to care for baby; light
Housework-. Apply 1323 Nuuanu.
GIRL WANTED For soda fountain.
Apply Honolulu Drug Co. 2171-tf
WANTED Two first-class barbers Im
mediately. Jeff's, 43 King St.
Have your machine put In condition
for ncnt work. We repair the .best
and cheapest. For positions leave
jour address wllu us.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
WATERHOUSE & PODMORE, 39 S.
King St. cor. Bethel, nro offering:
FURNISHED house, 4 bedrooms and
stable; Lunaltlo nr. Pcnsacola. Kent
$15 per mo. Will rent for 6 or 12
FURNISHED house In Nuuanu valley
closo to Rapid Transit; 4 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, double parlor, dining
room, stnblo for 3 horses, cowshed.
FURNISHED house on Beretanta; 4
bedrooms, with use of cow and
chickens for 3 or 4 months. Very
FURNISHED house at Wnlklkl; 4 bed
rooms nnd 2 cottnges In yard. Good
bathing. Rent reasonable.
COTTAGE of 4 rooms at Wnlklkl.
KOOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Most centrally
mosqulto-proof rooms In town; $2.50
nnd up per week. Mrs. J. Duggan,
3 PARLORS, 5 bedrooms, furnished
completely; housekeeping; either
single or as a whole. 710 Fort. $35.
TO LET Furnished cottage for house
keeping. Apply at Honolulu Hotel.
TO LET Part of house occupied by
Dr. Hodglns, Alakca St. Apply on
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms. No.
8 Cotlnge Grove, King St. 2151-tf
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
Mf Connors. Garden lane. 2055-tf )
LOST One red horse, whlto strlpo on
tho neck, and three whlto less, I
branded thus: M on left hind leg.'
Suitable reward will bo paid on ro-1
turn jf same to James H. Boyd, at'
FOUND Insurance against the break
ago of plate glass at The Honolulu
investment Co. 2051-U
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER-
RITORY OF HAWAII AT
Order for Special Term.
Deeming It essential to the promo
tion of Justice, wo do order that a Spe
cial Terra oT tho Circuit Court of tho
First Circuit bo held In the Judiciary
building In Honolulu, commencing
MONDAY, the 7th dny cf JULY, A. D. '
1002, at Tl7 of ITio clock In tlio fore-
noon or saia day, and continuing for
tho period provided by law.
Dono at Chambers this 10th day of
June, A. D. 1902.
A. S. HUMPHREYS,
GEO. D. GEAR,
W. J. ROBINSON.
Tho foregoing order Is hereby ap
proved. W. F. FHEAR,
Chief Justlco of the Supremo Court of
the Territory of Hawaii.
Dated June 10, 1902. 2171-28t
THEY CAN' I' DO BUSINESS.
Albany, N. Y., June 4, Supreme
Court Justice Chester today granted
an Injunction restraining certain beef-'
packing companies of tho West from
carrying on business In this State In
violation of the Donnelly anti-trust
law. The order was served on the rep-1
resentatlves of tho concern In this city
and Troy today, and will be served
on others throughout tho State ns
quickly as' they can bo reached. It
was obtained on the nflldavlt of D. W. '
Meredith, n former manager of Swift
& Co. '
The Injunction Is directed against
Armour & Co., Swift & Co., Cudahy
Packing Company, Hammond Com-!
pany, Schwarzchlld & Sulzberger Com-
pany, domestic and foreign corpora-,
tlons, and against Nelson Morris, Ed
ward Morris and Ira N. Morris, co
partners, carrying on business as Nc!
son Morris & Co.
"The Opium Cache on Maul,"
New York, June 2. Some Interest
ing stories are told In this morning's
papers of the ruses adopted by corre
spondents to dodge tho press censors
In Soutn Africa In keeping their edi
tors Informed of the progress of tho
peace negotiations, says a Herald dis
patch from London.
Tiie Dally Telegraph, for instance,
received from Bennett Burlclgft on
Whltmondny n cablegram wflh the
words "Whitsuntide greetings." When
the dispatches arrived without any of
ficial dispatch, the first Idea was that
the transmission of such a message at
lull rates from tho scat of war was a
somewhat superfluous demonstration
of politeness. A little reflection, how.
ever, seemed to indlcntc the signifi
cance of tho particular season at
which the sociable sentiment was ex
pressed. The editor turned, however, to tho
prayer hook knowing Burleigh is well
acquainted with the holy writ and
leading out the Gospel Tor Whitsun
day came upon tho sentences: "Peace
I leave with you; my peace I give unto
you. Not as the- world glvetli. give I
unto you. Let not your heart be trou
bled, neither let it he nfrnld."
"When we received Burleigh s met
sago to his brother, in Glasgow, 'lie
turning tell LawBon,' we felt," savs
tne Dally Telegraph, "that tno moment
had arrived and wo might fairly take
the public Into our confidence."
Tho Dally Mall had a most Ingenious
arrangement. It wns n simple device,
purporting to send mining market
news, whereas it was In reality a code
telling nbotit how the peace negotia
tions were progressing. Hero Is ver
batim the first of a long series of ca
bles: "Regarding purchase gold farm
I'axfontcjn. All necessary parlies In
contrnct now Pretoria, whither Alf
gone get better price; have every rea
son believe vendors wish to sell."
The simplicity of the device ren
ders explanation almost unnecessary.
It bnrcly needs tho translation. "Alt"
Is Lord Mltner. Tho vendors are, of
course, the Boers. "I'axfontcln gold
fnrm" Is the synonym for pence.
JOHN L'S NEW ROLE
New York. June 5. A dispatch to tho
Sun from Wntcrbury, Conn., says:
John L. Sullivan left town this morn
ing, after sundry Interesting experi
ences with the local sheriff, with Toan-'
tick, once boss fighter of the Cheyenna
Indians, with' Buffalo BUI and with
John Barleycorn. His parting words
wcro to the effect that "he'd had a
warmer time than Is usually enjoyed
on earth or In heaven."
John L. arrived on Monday morning
as Simon Lcgree In Downlng's "Uncle
Tom's Cabin" tent show. The entlro
show outfit was at once attached by
the sheriff to cover a debt of (4500. In
consequence Simon Lcgree and his ,
friends were forced to stay In town
longer than they had Intended. ,
Last night John L while attending ,
Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, was In
duccd to rldc In the Dcadwood stage .
coach. Toantlck, who led n furious at
tack of subsidized savages, galloped
close to the coach window, brandishing
his gun In close proximity to John L.'s
nose. Immediately Sullivan's fist shot
violently from tho lattice. "I can lick ,
that painted devil!' roartd tbe or
After the rescue Sulllvnn fervently
clasped Colonel Cody's hand. "This
show Is on the level," he said; "but you
want to keep your eye peeled or the Jay
cops will have the whole thing pinched.
They didn't do a thing to me." .
The Gold-girl Dear me! How annoy-1
Tho Caddy Gee! If that's all she's
got to say when she breaks a stick. It's .
hardly worth while talkln' about It. i
April Smart Set. '
$ J.5 .J . , $J, .$ 4 J 5S,,S;$. A,A, JiJ
ADVICE TO YOUNG
Manager of the Philadelphia
Base-Runners Must Watch
Baso tunning should not be attempted unless the runner secures a good
Mart, and In this respect be must use judgment. A player should run on
every hit made, no matter whether tha ball goes to the Infield or outfield.
Many games have been lost through failure nnd neglect to observe this rule.
Many players, when the ball Is hit to the Infield, jump at tbe conclusion that
It will bo fielded cleanly, and will loaf In the play, or make an attempt to ad
anco a baBO. He will often And tho ball fumbled by the fielder, and will
then start for his next base. He finds, to his chagrin, that he has missed his
opportunity, and thnt, had he started at the time the ball was hit, he would
have reached the base In safety, but owing to his blunder he Is put out. Plays
of this kind not only rob the player of a base which should be credited to him
but It frequently causes a loss of tho game Itself, where by good playing he
might havo won It.
No excuse can bo offered for the player who fnlls to run out his hit, no
matter whether safe or not. It Is a cnrJInnl prlnclplo of the game, and shoull
be followed out to tho letter. No play-er can anticipate the action of a fielder.
There is not a player on the diamond who Is Infallible, nnd with tho liabili
ties of errors no player has the right or license to assume anything. It Is
especially Incumbent on the part of every player to attempt to steal bases
when tho pitcher Is doing good work, ami the player's team making a poor
showing at tho bat. It Is In this and similar Instances where desperate
chances should be taken by the runners on the bases. The more bases
stolen, the greater tho likelihood of rattling the pitcher und demoralizing tha
fielders. Once the pitcher lets up In his speed, runs will come easy, and when
ever tho catcher should have an off day or throw poorly, It Is the duty of the
baso runners to keep continually nt their base stealing. The batters can nf
ford to havo strikes called on them If their clubmates are advancing by
stolen bases. The object of baseball Is to secure as many runs as possible, It
matters little In the ultimate result whether these come from errors, stolen
bases or hits, providing the necesary number of runs to win the game are
Washington. June 4. The question
ol whether Nicaragua or Panama will
prevail as the route for tho proposed
canal Is coming rapidly to the front,
and will be decided In a few days, from
the present outlook. Senator Hannn
and his lleutennnts In the Senate aro
active In behalf of Panama, and great
Interest villi attach to Hanna's speech
Senator Mitchell said today: "It Is
too early to say what win ue the out
come. The opposition to Nicaragua M
powerful and shrewd. So far as I
know, the Nicaragua adherents, thoso
who really want a canal cut. In other
words, nre firm, as usual, anil will voto
solid. No canvass has been made of
the Senate on the question."
Henntor Perkins said: "I Intend to
spc.ik in favor of the Nicaragua route.
I hope to sec Nicaragua triumph.
There In a strong pull the other way.
It may result In a practical deadlock
nnd the adoption of some plan to au
thorize the President to decide which
route shall be chosen."
Senator Bard' said: "The minority
report, signed by Senator llanna and
others. Is well-nigh unanswerable. In
my Judgment. Senator Morgan mndo
a strong attack on the proposed Co
lombian treaty, but equally strong ob
jections might be urged against Nica
ragua. The danger of volcanic erup
tions nnd earthquakes on the Nicara
gua route appears to be a very grave
While nothing recent has been
heard from California on the subject.
It Is understood by Senator Perkins
thnt the people of thai State demand
the Nicaragua route.
New York, June 5. A special to tho
Sun from Washington says: A num
ber of American citizens have written
to the State Department saying that
they hne received handsomely engrav
ed invitations, purporting to have been
sent by order of King Kdward. to at
tend the coronation ceremonies In Lon
don this month, nnd the writers want
to know If the invitations are genuine.
The invitation seemed to be genuine
enough until that part of the text con
taining Instructions to the recipient
was reached. The Instructions con
cerned the length of the trains of the
ladles nnd the costumes to be worn by
men, and other needful Information
and some suggestions as to what tha
person Invited was expected to do.
Among the suggestions was one that
while In Kngland the recipient was ex
pected to drink only a specified brand
of American whisky.
Tho Invitations were sent by a dis
tilling firm nnd not by the King. Ac
cording to Information received here,
no Invitations to nttend the coronation
have been extended by the British Gov
ernment to any Americans except those
asked officially as representatives of
the United States.
Arbitration Is Expensive.
Washington. June S. Secretary Hay
today asked Congress to appropriate
(50,000 for the expenses of the board of
arbitration which will consider the
claim against Mexico regarding the
pious fund of the Callfornlns. This Is
in accordance with the protocol signed
May 22. Part of the expense will be
the printing of the entire record of tha
mixed claims commission of 1SC9. The
arbitration board will meet at Tho
Hague soon. None of Its members aro
to be citizens of either republic Involv
ed. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Urorno Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tne money If il
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
la on each box. Zlt rents.
.j .j $ $$ .$ s$ 4 fJ .$s5$ ':
American League Club.
for Favorable Openings.
DEMOCRATS OF INDIANA
FRAME CAMPAIGN PLAN
Slide Over Money Issue and Bring
Tariff, Trusts and Philippines
to the Front-Only Cheers
Indlnnnpolls, June 4. Tho Demo
cratlc Stato Convention today was re
markable tor Its lack of discord, candi
dates for all but three of the offices
being chosen by acclamation.
I while there was no light In the con
ventlon proper, thcie was a battle
royal in the meeting of tho committee
on resolutions. A uutnoer of tha
'friends of William J. Bryan, from tho
'Second district, were very much In
earnest In view of the Insertion In tho
platform of a plank Indorsing him nnd
i the Knnsas City platform. The ma
jority of tho committee was ngnlnat
nny such Indorsement, snylng that
they considered It out of plnco nt tho
prebent time to Inject Bryan's namo
Into the State campaign.
I The convention was called to order
nt iq:40 o'clock by W. II. O Brlcn, vlco
chairman of the Stato Central Coin
imltteo. Tho roport of the committee
on rules nnd permanent organization
recommended that john v. Kern of In
dianapolis bo made permanent chair
man. The nnme of W. J. Bryan was greet
ed with loud cheers when It wns men
tioned by Kern In his Bpeech.
Chairman P. B. Shtvely of South
Bend, chairman of the committee on
resolutions, then read tho platform,
which was adopted by a unanimous
vote. Th ie30lutfous "denounce tho
Republlcnn party for Its surrender to
and alliance with tho trusts, and wo
favor such legislation as wilt suppress
and destroy all trusts or combines to
control the production and the price of
commodities " It also denounces tho
Dlngley tariff law ns the breeder of
trusts and demands that tariff duties
shall be levied for the purpose of rev
enue only, and limited by tho needs of
the Government. Honestly and eco
Continuing, the platlorm favors tho
restoration and expansion of the mer
chant marine, and to this end demands
the reformation of our navigation nnd
tarlfi laws; denounces tho ship subsi
dy bill "recently passed by tho United
States Senate, with the nsslstance i, u, nnvniMr r.,t ...i.. .,
Senators from Indiana, as an lnlqul.,W:,!5A.-!.A7:CJri.fra.TJ"B Bnd
tl, nnnrnnrl-Hon f .,,.1.11,. f.,.,.1. -
private purposes and a wasteful. Illogl ,"
jcal and useless attempt to overcome'.
u, uuaiuy uie ousiruci.ons ra.seu uy
jiepuuncan legislation 10 tne growtn
nnd development of American com -
OT,n-w nn . I. n an-n. -. . .. n .. .. . U ..... '
...wic uu il.U DCAO , UfllJUSCD 111U run-
.ler bank bill, which proposes tanki"
concentration and tho formation of n '
great banking trust; recognizes as a,
fact the Increase of standard money
arising irora tno vast increased pro-
ductlon of goUrfrom our own and for -
r.lnn mtm.u ns o .t...nnn.t.ntlr . ,l.
.... ..a.l.wo MS il u.llUllOllUhfUIl Ul II1U
truth of the
quantitative theory of
It condemns nnd denounces "tho
Philippine policy of the present Ad-
! ministration. It has embroiled tho
Republic In an unnecessary wnr, sac
rificed tho lives of many of Its noblest
sons and placed the United States,
previously Known nnd applauded
.throughout the world as the champion
of freedom, In the fnlso and un-American
position of crushing with military
.force the efforts of our former allies
to achieve liberty and self-government.
The Filipinos cannot be citizens with
out cndnngerln? our civilization; they
cannot bo subjects without Imperilling
our form of government; and as we
nre not willing to surrender our civili
zation to coniert the Republic Into an
emplro, we favor nn Immediate decla
ration of the nation's purpose to as
sist the Filipinos to establish for
ment.pVoTecUng t'hem' f rmn outside In-'
tcrferenco nnd securing to this country
such commercial nnd naval rights and
advantages as would ho Just and fully
add fairly protect American Interests.
"We hold In reverence tho valor,
patriotism and services of the soldiers
nnd sailors of tho Republic."
The platform lurthei congratulates
the republic of Cuba upon Its cntTlng
Into tho family of nations, and de
plores tho cruel, nnd wanton destruc
tion of tha republics of South Afilca;
favors the construction or nn IslTimlnn
canal; favors the election of United
States Senators by popular voto; fav
ors freedom of debate In tho legisla
tive bodies of the State and Nation;
deplores the death of President Mc
Klnley; denounces anarchy In all Its
forms and declares that It should not
be permitted to And nn abiding place
In this country: ludorscs the course nt
the Democratic Representatives In
Congress In standing for economy In
public expenditures, for Just principles
of government nnd for the doctrines of
the Democratic party.
Airs. Nation (1 tol Jail.
Topeka, Kan., June 2. Mrs. Carrlo -
Nation walked fiom the Shawnee i-oun-
ty Jail today a free woman. Governor I
Ctn.ila.p l,n ln..,A.l l.n- - ..!! ..-.1.. '
Stanley has Issued her n full pardon.
also remitting the $100 fine. Mrs. Na-,
tlon wns Imprisoned May 16 on tho
charge of smashing stores and saloon
fixtures. She was to seno thirty days
and the $100 fine at $1 per day.
Alollneux to be Tried Again.
New York, Juno 2. Justice Scott, In
the criminal branch of the Supreme
Court, today set September 22 as the
date of the beginning of the second
trial of Roland B. Mollneux, accused of
tho murder of Mrs. Kate J. Adams.
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
KELLETT & ROBINSON Attorneys-nt-I.aw;
Rooms 11 and 12, Magoon
bldg.; 'Phone Main 153.
F. M. BROOKS--Attorney: rooms 8-10,
8preckel8 bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARL08 A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
kumanu SL; Tel. i81 Main.
J, M. DAVIDSON Attorney-at-Law;
109 Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorneyat.
law; Kaahumanu St.
MCDONALD & LANGSTON Contract
ors and Builders; 1168 Union SL
C. A. COWAN 1J8C Union SL, opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
E. J. WALKER Coffeo Broker; room
4, Sprcc):els bldg.
PACIFIC VEHICLE 4 8UPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
nnd whips: Beretanla near Fort St.
THl' KA8H CO, LTD. Two stores
23 27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELK8 BUILDING, 616 Miller Street,
CORNS removed without rain by D.
M. Thompson, expert Chiropodist
and Masseur, 11 Garden lane.
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.8. Cor. Ber
etanla nnd Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort and Hotel
Sts.: Gas administered for extracting
K. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; office, room 4,' STOP at Pioneer Hotel. Excellent nc
Spreckcls Block; residence, 1313 ' commodatlons. O. Frecland, Mgr.
Wilder Ave.; Tel Main 132.
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY-
Bethel SL onn Wavoi-1-v hit Tt
, ?," ft luSKkS! SfllS' bM?i -
621 Blue; pkgs. called for and del'd.
J. E. GOEA8 Beretanla near Emma
I St.; Tel. 2312 Blue.
l HARNE88 AND 8ADDLERY.
' . .
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Main" 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNE8S 8HOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables: P. O. box 71.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposlto Pacific Club. Nowly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot and cold water;
flrsU.ass table board. Mrs. Hana,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 630 Fort SL; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
HONOLULU PRIMO OR BOCK
BEER " " " PANTHEON.
TERRITORIAL MFnqruncn D
SL nr. Hotel.; Tel.
" " MUSIC. ' Everything New, Good Table, Nice
-. .,-..,., .. ''Bedrooms, Sample Room for Commer-
&Hn5M2?& r Trave'ers. Opposite Landing, fine
Open all summer for Instruction in vl6W' co1 aui comfortable. Terms
piano, voice-culture, organ and liar- moderate.
mony. 2173-lm I
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon," 1024 Boreta-
IOLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield. I
Mgr. Music for nil occasions. E. K I
Kaal's studio; Tel. M. 231.
MflANi nniMTCT n, ,,n..., ....
nil nrrnlnn. t.v T -,!,; n '. ,
all occasions. Leave orders Berg-
strom .music uo.; j. a. Ullla, Mgr.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of strlntr lnstru-
ments; studio. Love bldg.. Fort BL
Telephone Main 231.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERV Pint nno
The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston '
hid?.! TaI. Qfii Mflln
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ANTONE PILARES &. CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani
tary work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit the
times. Cornet- Vineyard and Emma.
DR. 8LOGGETT Eye, Ear. Nose and
fhnnt. nffl-n nf Pva nnH Pip TuA-wi-
nry, Alakea St, Hours 9 a. m. to uul "u uncu fw.uvu iirmcipui anu in
4 p. m. , tercst nnd then offered to back Leavltt
DR.WM.G.R0GER8-Eye,Ear,N0.e! '" U, ""' f
and Throat; 1146 Alakea St. 1
REAL E3TA1 E.
P. E. R. 8TRAUCH ncal Estate
handled to best advantage; houses
rented; loans negotiated; money In
rested oa best securities. 32 Camp
bell Block, 316 Fort streeL
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St., nr. Nu
uanu. Felt, Btraw, panama hata
FRE8H RAINIER BEER on draught
10c at the PANTHEON.
ALBERT BERNDT Tnllorlng and re
pairing; Elks bldg, 616 Milter St.
G. DIETZ Watchmaker and Jeweler
1060 Fort SL
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant SL
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA.
SUGAR ESTATES, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. Ele
gant turnouts; Telephone No. 126.
LAHAINA 8T0RE Lumber, Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandise. O. B.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
nnd surgeon; Lahalna, Maul.
G. H. DUNN Express nnd drayago;
Agt Wilder and Inter-IsIand.Tel. 113.
G. H. DUNN Notary Public, Convey
ances, Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Office Government bldg
I Beaver Lunch Rooms
1F''t St., bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Kverytnlng first-class. Complete Una
Kay West and Domestic Cigar always
H. J. NOLTE, - Pronrielor.
Pearl City Hotel
A place for town people to lay oft
for a few days.
Furnished rooms, first-class meals?
dancing pavilion, ntco picnic grounds,
also stabling for horses. '
Convenient for a country outing.
J. W. CHAPMAN,
R FRFFI ANFl
LEAVITT m Id
New York. u 5. A cable to tha
i Telegraph from London says: M. B.
Lcavltt, who has been in hard luck
financially Of late years. Is going back
to the United States to enter h thn-
atrlcal business on a larger scale than
ever. He will bo backed by a million
aire Australian turfman, Frank Gard
ner, Some years ago Leavltt was man
"King a burlesque company In the City
Of Tnvl.n nn.l -nn nnnaa HnlnA.
w. .... vu u.ii (u. uviuso uuiuuni
iiiciu. uuium-r nail tsirunueu wun n
circus and Leavltt loaned him S2000 to
he'n n,m Eet I)ack t0 tne United States
ami i.UBianu. When Leavltt had almost
leached tho end of his rope hero a few
days ago he accidentally learned that
Gardner was tho samo man he had
aided In Mexico. He called on him and
said he was In need of money. Gard
ner took Leavltt to his town mansion
ns his guest while In London, figured
Bulletin. TSe ner month-
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