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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU H. T., THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1902.
RATE8 FOR WANT AD8. j$.
8 nn Ynn want anythnr ?
Adt In thlt column win be Inserted
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 i
Per line, one Insertion ....15c
Per line, two Intertlom ....25c
If you want lodging or boarding, i
Per line, one week 30c
Per line, two weeks 40o
or have them to let If you
want to rent rooms advertise
in the Dutletln Want Columns, '
Advertise any want you have
rer line, one monin ouo jj
Thlt It the cheapest advertising )
ever offered the people of Honolulu,
and advertise vour business.
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WANTED By experienced man of 28
occupation as bookkeeper, store
clerk, night watchman, luna or any
other position; remuneration (CO up;
Crst-rato Island references. Apply
P. O. box 28. 2124-tf
OWERS'MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night
watchmen furnished for buildings,
business property am) residences.
Offlco and Residence, School St.;
P. O. Box 281; '. White 2691.
WANT your wrlskors nmjmtntcd? (Jo
to Jeff. Ho shaves Tor lit . i white
barbers 13 KIhk St 2011-tf
COUPLE require suite with Rood
board, commence July, slate terms.
X. llulletin office. 21713t
WANTED People to feed their hair
with Pacheco's Dandruff Killer. It
Is a regular halrtood At Union Har
bor Shop. .
FOR SALE Furniture 3 room cot
tage, 8110 cash; can mote In any
time. Apply CuA. Cottage Walk,
School St. bet Kort and Nuuanu.
FOR SALE White Leghorn roosters,
also a few laying pullets. 1941 S.
Ivlnir St.. W. L. L'aton. llulletin of-
FOR SALE S-yenr-old bay sadillo
mare, sqjind and gentle. Address
1L. this office. 2171-lw
FOR SALE One blooded yearling
Durham bull, at n bargain. Call Cen
tral Feed Store. King St.
FOR SALE Furnlturo for flro room
house; privilege of renting. Call 3C2
Vineyard, near Punchbowl.
GASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE 11
horsepower gasoline engine. In
perfect condition. Apply to M. L.
Smith Superintendent of Tho Hono
lulu Clay Co., Ltd., telephono wblto
2321, or to CastU Si Lansdalc, Stan
genwald Dldg. 21C5-U
FOR SALE A 3-year-old fresh milch
cow. California Feed Co., Queen
and Nuuanu Ste. 2158 tf
FOR SALE Furniture of 4-room cot
tage, 39 Miller, with privilege of
renting cottnee. 2151-lm
FOR SALE OR RENT Lodging and
boarding house. In center of town.
Apply Honolulu Investment Co.,
Judd bldg. 2133-tt
FOR SALE 1 Lodge It Shipley power
lathe, 1 drill press, 1 plpo cutter,
cuts up t six Inches; all new ma
chines, now on band In Honolulu;
also ono steam launch. W. II. Pain,
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress R. U. Duncan, at Bulletin of
TO LET Six-room houso on Insano
Asylum road; 810 per month. P. V.
R. Straucb, 32 Campbell block, up
stairs corner Fort and Merchant.
TO LET Two roomed cottngo; rent
815. Apply 12G4 Emma St. 2172-lw
TO LET For thrco months, comfort
able furnished cottngo, stable; rent
825. Magnificent location overlook
ing town and sea. Particulars at
732 Klnau St. 2175-lw
TO LET A most desirable homo with
a private family; board If desired.
Address H. C, this office. 21C2 3w
TO LET Front rooms furnlslied, sin
gle or en suite; pleasant surround
ings. Ileretanla St. opposite Guide
grocery store, near Punchuowl St.
THREE nice, large rooms, right down
town; suitable for ladlca or gents;
large, shadg yard. Two doors from
Pearson & Potter's. Union House.
FOR RENT Large, pleasant rooms
from 81-50 a week up; board and
room, 10.00. Eiijulre Mrs. May, 220
Llllha St. near School St. Rapid
Transit cars pass the door. 2150-tf
TO LET nooms Nos. 11 and 12, Mc
Intyro Building, formerly occupied
by Vlckery's Art Exhibit Apply to
E. F. Dlshop, at C. Drawer & Coa
TO LET House on Young Street at
830 per month; formerly occupied
by W, Needham Esq., near McCully
Tract. Has tlireo sleeping rooms,
bath, hot and cold water. Apply V.
F. Dlshop, at C. Brewer & Co.
TO LET A most desirable homo with
a private family; board If desired.
Address II, C tills offlco. 21C2-2W
TO LET noomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water and all modern
Improvements, 'all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. W19-U
WANTED IMMEDIATELY A live
man uf neat nddress; good proposi
tion to right party. Hubert Orleve
Pub. Co., 82 .Merchant St. 2176-lt
WANTED A girl to do first-class Iron- a.
Ing. Apply trench Laundry, Here-
tnnla and Punchbowl Sts. 2175-tf,
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WANTED-A boy to learn tho engrav
ivB I'lilrlwi' a.e" CaU "M-iVi
"' 'aur8' "0U1 ' Ll2li
WANTED Olrl to care for baby; light
housework. Apply 1323 Nuuanu.
. Have your machine In condition
ror neat worn, we repair mo uesi
and cheapest. For positions lea e
your address wlRi us
Up renalr tho best
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
Mrs. llerger, manager of tho Abjo
tsrr raimxJT elated Charities, reported, In part, ns
WATERHOUSE & PODMORE, 39 S.
King St. cor. Dethel, nro offering:
FURNISHED house at Walklkl; 4 bed
rooms and 2 cottages In yard. Good
bathing. Rent reasonable.
COTTAGE of 4 rooms at Walklkl.
The sum of $130 will purchase (ho
entire contents uf C-roum house. Rent
of house t-o.
Phcenlx Insurance Co. of Hortfard.
Columbia Bar-Lock Typewriters.
TO LET Furnished cottngo for houso
keeping. Apply at Honolulu Hotel.
COTTAGE containing pnrlor, 2 bed
looms, dining room, bath, kltcnen
nnd pantry; rent $20. No. 332 Vino
yurd bet. Kmmn and Milter.
1 DADI naO T. t.n.tmnm. fltrnlatlAtl
r-fc-VIJ, " UVH1UM.UD, ..(.,.u...
completely; Housekeeping; either
single or as n wnoic. ai ineyaru.
TO LET Furnished rooms at Airs.
McConnel's. Garden lane.
KOOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Most centrally lo -
cated mosaulto-vroof rooms In town
82.50 and up per week; Adams lane,
Mrs. 3, Duggan, Prop.
LOST Gordon setter dog.
Toma Abbe, police station, and m-
celve reward, zuu-nv people in thc way of earning their own to shouldei, accomplish as much as
. . living, and while the means or equip- can be done toward making life easier
LOST One red horse, white stripe on nlcnt maj. Becm extravagant ai first. In for the unfortunate and nffllctcd.
the neck, and threo white legs, the end It Is much cheaper, and is al- Mrs. Whitney, the secretary, read
branded thus: M on left hind leg. ways better. 'a lengthy paper on "The Subtle Prob-
Suitable reward will bo paid on re-' l'acn J'-'ar wc ,,mw nearer and near-'lera of Philanthropy." giving a history
..,- ,. To, ii n,i ,ler to tho real centralization of the of organized charities,
turn jf same to James 11. Boyd, nt cnarlty work of thc cyi an( gct moro, Govcrnor ,)ole ,n referrinB t0 tllc B0.
Pawaa. 21C7-U In touch with the affiliating societies clcty said he believed the work of thc
and their many beneficiaries. There Associated Charities or Hawaii had
piOUrsir ' larc man)r PcoPlo receiving continuous fully vindicated Its creation. Several
1 1 relief who have been receiving It for or the societies had testified to a large
FOUND Insurance against the break-. J01""8- nni1 this year's applicants only Bnvlng In tTielr expenditures since Join-
mm nf niitn pinaa nt Thn Ttnnnltilu ai111 ,0 tnc burden. In somo cases, Ing the Associated Charities. House
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER.
RITORY OF HAWAII AT
Order for Special Term.
Deeming It essential to the promo
tion of Justice, wc do order that a Spe-
dal Terra oT the Circuit Court of the
, . i.i i hi .i. r.. i.i - -
First Circuit be held In thc Judiciary
building In Honolulu, commencing
MONDAY, the 7th day of JULY, A. D.
1902, nt TL o- tiie clock in Uio fore-
noon of said 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. FREAR,
Chief Justice of the Supremo Court of
the Territory of Hawaii.
Dated Juno 10, 1902. 2171-28t
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice ls hereby given that tho ani
mals escribed below have been Im
pounded In Uo Government Pound at
Maktkl, Kona, Island of Oahu, and
unless the pound fees and damages
are sooner satisfied will be sold at
the date hereafter named according to
Sorrel Mare branded "A" with "V"
abovo on the right hind leg; whito
ttt Mr frfiriA 4tin frwrhttnnjt In tfan vmuti
Four feet shod.
I'uy Horso branded "HB" on the left
hind leg; white spot on the fore
head; left car cut; four black feet;
four feet shod.
Tho abovo strayed animals will bo
Bold on Snturday.Juno 28, 1902, 12 noon
If not called for beforo the date men
tioned, K. KEKEUNB.
Paris, according to the latest census
eturns, has a population of 2,050,000
persons, of whom over 1,200,000 nio
either foreigners or provincials.
At Its Annual Session
The nnnti.il meeting of the Assoclat-0 hendquarters for all applicants, pro
cd Chnrltles war held In the Y. M. C vrntu thn nverlnnnlne nf chflrltv. nnd
yesterday afternoon. At that time,
a resolution was passed 'whereby the
executive committee Is empowered to
npnaiini lii tnnTtai nf rt a Inlfi t fli.l
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'oclotles nnd have each one endorse
the plan. The Idea was suggested by
George R. Carter, the treasurer, who
spone quae ai lengui in moroi u e
measure. Among other things, he said
tne Associateu (Jimmies being non-
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I sectarian and organized for tho benefit
lion to recelvesuch nssls.ance for
iii.ummv. '""""' "" ""
other who .poke h, favor of the meas-
're. He n?..?1"0" ,0 ,ht (,m
maintenance. Governor Dole wns an
eminent controlling It.
' Pin- tlin flrnt tlmn nlnrn
union of this society, the Chinese have
applied for aid. These applicants have
in an eases elliicr been om men. or
widows with children, all suffering
from tho great lire, who hao been re
duced to poverty by the delayed pay
ment of the fire claims. Mr. C. K. Al
has been of the RrenteBt assistance tn
Investigating nnd reporting an these
cases, and all hae been provided for.
We nro greatly Indebted to the
Strangers' Friend Society for the use
of free beds In the Queen's Hospltnl,
where the officials, physicians and
nurses have been unrailing In their
courtesy nnd kindness. Thirty-six
cases have been treated there
I The Castle Home, and Day Nursery,
.and the Salvation Army Itescuo Home
Uolvc many a problem for us, and
Tho Castle Home, nnd Day Nursery,
v hat should we have done without tho
Kona Orphanage, which cares for for
ty children, nearly all from this city?
Hut the enro of the aged Is more
difficult. The old, decrepit men are
housed in different parts of the city,
either in separate rooms or In smnll
.,. . ... , . .
KSa'n. the, "arTthey must d
ated as they are they must do their
own coo;ilngj denning, washing and
intending. Wo arc able to keep them
!' ul lluulul1 iruni wiu quHiiuucs oi
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ciotning sent to this office, and books,
papers and magazines nro furnished
In the same way, and they are made
ns comfortable as possible under exist-'
tlcrP ls for n real llome for lll(;Be poor
) k.uuuinuuo, UUl ;uu BtU IUV itWU
old dependents. '
I'rlvntn ilnnntlnnn hnirii lincti nf .tin
greatest possible help In putting poo-;
pie on their feet again, enabling or
compelling them as the case may be
to be self-suppoitlng. We are averse
to giving a man a dollar In money, hut
we gladly spend many dollars to put
inwni'n, tlin nlill.l
however, tho children have grown
large enough to take positions and so
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en to people suddenly, and sometimes
shockingly bereft. But wo wish, In
the names of these-afflicted ones, to
tlinnlc thc people of these Islands for
their generous ntd .n times of great
trouble, whe we coulfi not otherwise
have managed certain caBes.
These are strenuous times, when
many aro unemployed, nnd the de
man,I,B ma,'f Pn '" are frequent and
lPrc88lnB. But wo have no fear for tho
(futurei Ju8t worltlng on ,,ay ,)y ,,aVi
hoping that nono may suffer, but that
all will strive.
The report of Oeorgo R. Carter,
' ,tas.urcr of ,lle EOclet-' was aB fo1'
I jal.ea .25o0 to kccp the nureau
of Associated Charities, This provides
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ADVICE TO YOUNG
iuiiiuri uiu luiiiiiiuB, anu mis wo urge turougn ine system oi reierence in
and nssUt them to do. such cases to the central offlco and
Charity work Is private or should be, the Investigation that Immediately fol
so we make no mention of specific lows such reference.
caBes, where ready help has been glv. Thc speaker continuing IiIb remarks
BY CONNIE MACK,
Manager of the Philadelphia America-! League Club.
Loud Shouting and Bolsterousness on the Line Should Be Avoided.
When a man on tho catching lino Is nttendlng to his duties properly he
will keep his follow players up to concert pitch In tho most persistant man
ner. This can bo accomplished liy encouraging the playeis without any un
necessary Tiowllng. Many good coachsrs think howTing and extraordinary
gebtlcuhtlons necessary to Buccess on the coaching line. This Is a great
mistake, as nothing disgusts the spec .alors so much as to hear a player
shouting at tho top ot his voice. Spectator, however, do not win Call games,
and whllu little consideration would be a.vim thnm In nn .rf,,ri in u-in n
game- Btn the shouting does not accomplish much with the player on tho
UI-BCB. 11 i u uBcic-BB ui iuiiuu w.u ui energy, nnu ouen results in placing
the coacher In a ridiculous position, which Is In no way beneficial to tho
I player or his team.
Tho player who possesses brains nnd good Bound judgment nnd Is a
I keen observer o all points of tho ca no Is the beat man for the coaching
I line, He knows Just what to expect o' c-nch batter, and the bnse ninnln.j
j ability of every man on his team. Should he bo stationed at third baBe,
which Is tho most Important position, he must he specially alert and active.
It Is upon his Judgment that many gtnes are won and lost. He must ho
abio to measure tho distance quickly and decide whether the man on third
l.nte should be held or mako nn effort to reach home.
It Is often necessary to take big chances. This is especially truo when
the battltfg Is light or a weak bntsmau Is at the bat and a single run needed
to tie the score or win th'e game, as It Is mainly upon the coacher's Judg
ment that tho play )s made. It Is hero tho worTii of a coacher ls shown,
and ho can often change tho result uf n gama by his clever work.
relieves the voluntary ofl.cers of tho
affiliated organizations from much
work nnd lncstlgntlon. And the whole
aiiitti to util nlinttl 1 II nnt nnr nf ! a
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charitable organizations of this city.
Vmm ,lllllr nf ,h ., .
Iort8 fr tllt, ast thrce j.CBrgi t )g c,.
utt tj, ttork ms ereatly Increased,
am tht the bureau Is gradually as
mmlnc - Hk. mn. nf tho old. tin. hnln.
eiiiiiuiK lilt cun.- ui I
,t.se nm t,p destitute.
. lic,m.. r this ciimmiinllv to keen
K , ?' .mTTs a benefit tS
the community as a whole, why
should It not be supported by all? One
of the argument;! used by those in
rnvor of municipal government Is that
each munkliiallty can then assume the
enro of Its poor and fielpless, nnd the
whole Islands will not be tnxed for tho
benrflt of the larger communities.
One point Is certnln, that todny our
Ooa eminent yes. the whole commu
nity Is deficient In charitable Insti
tutions for all races except the 111
wnllnn. The Queen's Hospital Is sup
ported largely by private funds given
by n Hawaiian monarch for the benefit
of the lift wnllnn people. Our Insano
asylum needs new nnd better build
ings; while we have no public poor-
house, no orpliannge. and no home for
tne ngeu. Aim yei. wmi nil our many ,
blessings, we arc not flee from the
poor, the oi plans and the old.
Now, If this bureau represents all
societies, all sects and nil races, why
societies, all sects and nil races, why
Is It not proper to have It supported
from public funds? Can we not nrouso
public sentiment so nB to bring the
matter forcibly before the next Legis
lature? During times of depression
such ns we have been experiencing,
poverty Increases, the demands upon
charity double, and our work Increases
accordingly, while It Is nil the harder
to secure the funds needed.
With the combined assistance of all.
perhaps In another ear we can be re-
lleved of the worry for our future, nnd .
can, unuer some Kinu ui jmiduc l-uh1
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trol, devote our energies to seeking out
the worthy who need assistance, nnit
to help up those who hnvc lallcn.
To the comparatively few who have J
DlllfUl iru I1D n V UAltliU UUI BllH.t,tU
thnnkB. and firmly believe thnt they
could not have used their funds to bet
To tho societies that make up this
bureau, we ask you to use It more nnd
more; to come closer In touch with the i
other organizations which are. after
nil, In perhaps different ways, working
to the same grand end, nnd shoulder
to house applications for assistance
had been substantially broken up
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said thnt tne Associated Cuarltles ami
the police may be credlteu with tho
substantial extinction of begging In
thc strectB of Honolulu. There are no
lunger any professional beggars on thu
Tn conclusion, the Governor express
ed his thanks to Mrs. Denser for her
Industry, tact and firmness In the
management of the affairs of the Insti
tution and for her succesB In bringing
the business baBis to Its present solid
fouifuntlon. He belleed that more,
thnn 82500 used for expenses was sav
ed under the present administration.
Rev. Hiram Bingham spoke of the
GlTuvrt Islanders In Honolulu who
were now living In houses at the Ka
hhl detention camp. He thanked the
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BASE - BALL PLAYERS
Nation's Choice nKVV
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Milwaukee W I
Beer 1H r
It nltaici ntoDlt. Inlll I
Bottled at the Brewery. UH
mtwauktc, WU. Mill 1
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
society for n donation of 85 a month
mr funeral expnses.
Itev. Alex. Mackintosh referred to
unother class of poor people with
,, in..i.F hn sorlntv .11.1 not
romo , c0,Unct mcnnt thu
lBt.ntccl poverty" or people who had
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wi,0 tlirouch I
.,((1 na(j at t(
,.' eVen the b:
lines been In actual want
l.it-n nan.Bal.lna of llfn Itn
ml,.KCSted a tund devoted to tnls class
The result of tho election of officers
-us as lollows. all the old officers ho
Ing re-oppolnti'd President. Oovernnr
S 11. DoU , first Ice president. Itev.
Alexander r.iacklntosh, second vice
Piesldent Mrs. J. Osborne; treasurer,
tito. It. Carter: secretary Mrs. J. M.
Tncoma, Wash., June 8. Tho most
ininnn.int . i,mn.hi i.v ti, ..,m.
. . ,, , . ., ,.,.,, , ,
sn,D n,lko of Hfe ls ,hat thc Chinese
Government has decided to open cither
late this year or In next January eight
Important cities ji International com
mercial ports. High provincial an
thorltles of Yang-tie provinces have
recommended this action upon thc sug
gestion of Sir James Mackay, who has
advised that a much better Impression
will be created If China opens theso
ports voluntarily Instead of being
forced by foreign poweis by means of
the new treaty now being framed.
The cities to be opened aro as fol
lows: In Chill province, the prefectur-
nl city of Shun-teln-fu or Peking; In
Kw nulling piovl.-ue,
the district city
In Halchu pre
. r --
fecture; in liuujn piovlnce, the pre
fect urn I cltlea of Changsa and Chaugtc;
In Anhul province, the prcfectural
city of An -hlng-fu or Nanking; In
Szechuan provlu.-c. the prefectural city
of Cheng-tu and thc departmental city
of Hschou; In Klang-sl province, the
Independent sub-piefectural city of
Ilokou. Of theie cities four aro pro
vincial capital and headquarters of
Governors or Viceroys.
Princeton. N. J., Juno 9. The chief
ccnt In connection with Princeton"!
155th commencement camo as a great
surprise today at the annual meeting
of thc board of trustees, when Presi
dent Francis J. Patton resigned tho
piesldcncy and Professor Woodrow
Wilson, McCormlck professor of Juris
prudence and politics, was elected to
succeed him. Theie was n full attend
ance of the tru3tses, and nftcr tho meet
ing had been called to order President
Patton handed In his resignation and
at the same time suggested that Prof.
Wilson bo elected to succeed him, A
prominent member ot the board of trus
tees said that President Patton so
strongly urged his own resignation that
the board uiuld not do otherwise than
accept It. The election of Prof. Wilson
was made unanimous on tho first bal
President Patton afterword mndo tho
following statement: "I have resigned
my olflco as president of the university
because I Ie3iro to carry on my literary
plans on a larger scale than I could do
by retaining tho presidency. This Is
really nil there Is t ) say. I shall retain
my professorship In the university In
tho chair of ethics and the philosophy
of religion. I have been president of
the university for fourteen yeas."
Former Prealdsnt Cleveland was
among the members of the board pres
ent nt today's meeting,
London Latent Horror.
London, June 8. The remains ot a
young wnmuu, Bawcd and chopped up
into n iluzen pieces, have been found
in nn alley In tho Lambeth district.
Tho body had apparently been baked
nnd boiled. The scalp had been torn
off, and tne hands, feet and Intestines
wero missing. It has been Impossible
to Identify the icmalns as the face
was practically destroyed.
KELLETT A. ROBIN80N Attorneys-
avuiw; ltooms n anu i., jiubuuu
bldg.; 'Phone Main 153.
F. M. BROOKSAttorney; rooms 8-10,
Bpreckelt bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney j 16 Kaa
umanu St.; Tel. a81 Main.
J, M. DAVID30N Attorneyat-Law;
109 Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorneyat.
law; Kaahumanu til.
MCDONALD A. LANQSTON Contract
ors nnd Builders; union oc.
C. A. COWAN 11R6 Union SL, opp
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4, Bprecr.eis mag.
PACIFIC VEHICLE 4 8UPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
nnd whips; Beretanln near Fort St.
THl" KA8H CO, LTD. Two stores
23 87 Hotel St. and cor. fort e iioici.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, 016 Miller Street
CORN8 removed without pain by D.
M. Thompson, expert uniropauisi
and Masseur, 11 Garden lane.
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.8. Cor. Ber
etanla and Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort and Hotel
Sts.; Gas administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil nnd
electrical engineer; office, room 4,
Sprockets Block; residence, 1313
Wilder Ave.; Tel Main 132.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room 2. Ellto bldg.
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St., opp. Wavcrley blk.; Tel.
621 Blue; pkgs. called for and del'd.
J. E. GOEAS Beretanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blue
HARNE8S AND 8ADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNE83 CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Main 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNE38 8HOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposite Pacific Club. Newly,
first-c.ass table board. Mrs. liana,
TH08. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmakor; 630 Fort SL; Lovo
bldg.; latest In novelties.
HONOLULU PRIMO OR BOCK
BEER 10c at tho PANTHEON.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER 8ER.
VICE Union SL nr. Hotel.; Tol.
THE OAHU COLLEGE Department ot
Music. F. A. Ballaseyu8, Director.
Open all summer for Instruction in
piano, voice-culture, organ and liar-""my-
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon," 1024 Bereta
IOLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield.
Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K
Kaai's stiialo; Tol. M. 231.
MOANA QUINTET CLUD Music for
all occasions. Leave orders Berg
stromMuslo Co.; J. S. Ellis, Mgr.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio. Love bldg.. Fort SL
Telephono Main 231.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
The latest In millinery, etc.: Boston
bldg.: Tel. 264 Main.
ANTONE PILARE8 t CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sanl
tary work. Sewer connections s
specialty. Charges to suit the
times. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear, Noso and
Thoat; office at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. WM. G. ROGERS Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat; 1146 Alakea St.
REAL E8TA1 E.
P. E. R. 8TRAUCH Real Estate
handled to best advantago; houses
rented; loans negotiated; money in
Tested oi best securities. 32 Camp
bell Block, 31G Fort street
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel SL. nr. Nu
uanu. FclL straw, panama hats
FRESH RAINIER DEER on draught
10c at the PANTHEON.
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
pairing; Elks bldg, 61C Miller St.
O. DIETZ Watchmaker and Jeweler
1068 Fort St.
J. W. A. REDHOU8E Watch and
chronometer raakor: 79 Merchant SL
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA.
SUQAR ESTATES, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. Ele
gant turnouts; Telephono No. 128.
LAHAINA STORE Lumber, Whole
sale Liquors, Mcrchandlso. C. B.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
' nnd surgeon; Lahalna, Maul.
G. H. DUNN Express nnd drayage:
Agt Wilder nnd Inter-Island.Tel. 113.
STOP nt Pioneer Hotel. Excellent ac
commodations. G. Frecland, Mgr.
O. H. DUNN Notary Public. Convey
ances, Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Office Government bldg
6lj, Corner of Beretanla Avenue
and Punchbowl Street.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. ABADIE, Proprietor.
I Telephone Blue 3552.
T. W. Beardslee. i O. Box 7TI
Oeo. W. Page. Tel M
,BEARDSLEE & PAOE
Architects and Builders.
Offices, Ellto building. Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates rut
nlihed on Short Notice.
3 HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS.
' Rooms 508-510 Stangenwatd Bldg.
! Tel. Main 50. P. O. Box 537.
Limit Fixed in Which
Capo Town, June 11. An extraordi
nary Issue of tho Official Gazctto pub
lished today fixes July 10 ns the limit
In which tho Boers or rebels who sur
render will receive the benefit of the
peace terms. All tho rebels surrender
ing before thnt date will be merely dis
franchised for life find will not l.n onh.
Ject to trial or punishment. Exception
is mndo In tho case of field cornets and
Justices of tho peace, who may be tried
and fined or imprisoned, but they will
not be executed. Rebels who hold out
after July 10 will be subject to the ex
treme penalty for high treason.
Hujjnr Awaits Tnrlfl Cut.
Havana, Juno 11. An official report
Just published shows that 724,000 tons
wcro manufactured In Cuba between
January 1 and June 16 last year. Two
hundred nnd thirty-eight thousand tons
wero shipped away from the Island and
the remainder Is being held to await
the result of tho movement to secure
reciprocity with the United States.
Canada Cut Coffee Duties.
Mexico City, June S. Tho Depart
ment of Foreign Commerce has recelv
ed notice from tho .Mexican Consul In
Canada that the Canadian Government
has conceded a considerable reduction
of tho duties Imposed on coffco Import
ed from this country. Duties were
formerly 10 cents per sack and are now
Cuba Minister Arrives.
Now York, June 11. Scnor aonzalo
Quesado, tho first Cubnn Minister to
tho United States, arrived today on tho
steamer Morro Castle from Havana.
Ho was accompanied by his family.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ot
the news ot the day.
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