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evening bulletin, Honolulu, h. t, friday, june 20. 1902.
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EVERYDAY WANTS AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
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want employment. j
If you want lodging or boarding, 8
Per line, one week iOc
Per line, two weeks .40c
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or have them to let If you
want to rent rooms advertise
In the Bulletin Want Columns.
Advertise any want you have
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2 ever offered the people of Honolulu.
and advertise your business.
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WANTED Dy experienced man of 28
occupation as bookkeeper, store
clerk, night itntchiuin, lunn or any
other position; remuneration (CO up;
first rate Island references Apply
T. O. box 28. 2124 tf
BOWERS MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night
watchmen fumUbed for buildings,
business property and residences.
Office and Residence. School St.;
P. O Box 284, '. White 3091
WANT )ur wrlxKtiK ampiiiuii.il Ho
to J Its II. shnvislur In ' white
barbers 43 Kins Wt -Jl 1 ti
WANTED People to feed tlii'ir hair
with Paiheios liandrurr Mlfer It
ts a regular hair loud At I ulon Bar
FOR SALE Furniture for ll roum
house, privilege of renting Cull luJj
Artesian, ucnr King Jlt,stl
FOR SALE Furniture 5 room cot
tage, $110 i ash. can tuoo In an
time Appl) iJnA. Cottage Wulk,
School St bet Port nnil Nuuanu
FOR SALE S year-old hay saddle
mare, sound and gentle Address
It., this office 2171 lw
FOR SALE One blooded earllng
Durham bull, nt a bargain Call Cen
trul Teed Stcfre. King St. 2109 tf
GASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE 44
horsepower gasoline engine In
perfect condition Apply to M L
Smith Superintendent of The Mono
lulu Clay Co, Ltd, telephone wblto
2321. or to Castly . Lansdale, Stan
gcnwald Bide. 2105 tf
FOR SALE A 3 year-old fresh milch
cow. California Feed Co, Queen
and Nuuanu Sts. 2158 tf
FOR SALE OR RERT Lodging and
boarding house. In center of town.
Apply Honolulu Inrestment Co.
Judd bldg. 2133 U
FOR SALE 1 Lodge & Shipley power
lathe, 1 drill press, 1 pipe cutter,
cuts up t six Inches; all new ma
chines, now on hand In Honolulu;
also ono steam launch. W. II. Pain,
Punahou. 2126 tt
FOR SALE Coral rock tor ailing. Ad
dress R. U. Duncan, at Bulletin of
TO LET Six room house on Insane
Asylum road, J 10 per month. P 1'.
H. Strauch, 32 Campbell block, up
stairs corner Fort and Merchant.
TO LET Two roomed cottage, rent
115. Apply 1264 Emma St. 2172 lw
TO LET For three months, comfort
able furnished cottage, stable; rent
125. Magnificent location oerloou
inn town and sea. Particulars at
lit Klnau St. 2175 lw
TO LET A most desirable home with
a private family; board If desired.
Address II. C , this office. 21C2 3w
TO LET Front rooms furnished, sin
gle or en suite; pleasant surround
ings. HerUanla St. opposite Guide
grocery store, near PuncDuowl St.
THREE nice, large rooms, right down
town: suitable for ladles or gents;
largo, shady yard. Two doors from
Pearson & Potter's. Union House.
FOR RENT Largo, pleasant rooms
from Jl 50 a week tip; board and
room, JC 00. Esquire MrB. May, 220
Llllha St. near School St. Rapid
Transit cars pass the door. 2150 tf
TO LET Rooms Nob. 11 and 12, Mc
Intyro Building, formerly occupied
by Vlckery's Art Exhibit. Apply to
E. F. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.'s.
TO LET Houso on Young Street at
$30 por month; formerly occupied
by W. Necdham Esq , nenr McCully
Tract. Has threo sleeping rooms,
bath, hot and cold water. Apply E.
F. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.
TO LET Furnished cottngo for houso
keeping. Apply at Honolulu Hotel.
COTTAGE containing parlor, 2 bed
moms, dining room, bath, kltcnen
and pantry, rent $20. No 352 Vino
yard bet. Emma and Miller.
3 PARLORS, 5 bedrooms, furnished
completely; housekeeping, either
single or as a whole 5J Vlnejard
TO LET Roomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water anu all modern
improvements, ''all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 5019 tf
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs
McConnefs, Garden lane. 2055 tf
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nnni cu a Kill luuuuiDiviiusiiuu'i
Ing Apply Knncli Laundry, Bero-
tanla and Punchbowl Sts
wanted a boy to uam the engray
Inn nn.l Inn i 1 f rn tin f 'fi 1 1 fit IT
I II uiu jvntii; tiuu XsUll w t
W Fosters Hotel St.
WANTED Girl to care for baby, light
housework Appl 1323 Nuuanu.
I!ae jour machine put In condition
fur neat work ve reptlr the nest
and cheapest Tor positions Have
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our address wlt'i us
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
WATERHOUSE i PODMORE, 39 S
King St cor llethel, aro offering:
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rooms nnil .' cottages in jam liOOU ,
bathing Rent reasonable.
COTTAGE of 4 rooms nt Wnlklkl.
The sum of $1C0 will mirehase (he
entire (onlents of t! room house Kent
of house $-'."
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hortfard.
Columbia Bar-Lock Typewriters.
WOOM AND BOARD.
HPI FN'? r.niIRT Mnut , ntrnltv In
rati d mot-qulto proof rooms In town,
$2 it) and up per week, Adams lane
Mrs J Duggnn I'rop
LOST Gordon sitter dog Return to
Tuma Abbe police station, nnil le
ele reward 217Clw
LOST Ono red horse, white stripe on
the neck, and three white, legs,
branded thus: M on left hind leg.
Suitable reward will be paid on re
turn ji same to James H. Hoyd, at
rawaa. 2167 tf
FOUND Insurance against the break
age of plate glass at The Honolulu
investment Co. 2051 If
Thursday, June 26, 1902
In celebration of "CORONATION
DAY" there will be held on THORS
DAY, the 26th Inst :
At 9 15 a m. In St Andrew's Cathc
dral, a Special Sen Ice. which will In
clude a part of the Historic Coronation
At 2 p m there will be n GARDEN
PARTY and CRICKET MATCH on the
grounds or the OAHU COLLEGE, of
which the Trustees ha e kindly allow
ed the use.
At 9 p m. there will be a SUBSCRIP
TION BALL at the MOANA HOTEL.
Tickets for the ball, price $2 each,
may be had of any of the members of
the Ball Committee.
CHAIRMEN Oi-' COMMITTEES:
hmance Mr. W. M. Glffard
Cathedral Service.... Mr. T. C. Davies
Cricket Match, etc
.... Mr. E. H. Wodehouse
Mr. O. W. Anderson
W. G. SINGLCIIUR6T,
Honolulu June 16th, 1902.
F, E. KING'S LIST
COTTAGE with bnrn. Berctanla St.
near i'llkol. Rent $30.
COTTAGE with barn at the Beach.
Good bathing. Kent $25.
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
at Cottage Grove.
LOTS at the Beach; 18 sears to run.
Good bathing. $75 to $100 per
COTTAGB GROVIi, KING STRBET
Very different from tho ordinary In
dlan club Is one which has Just been
Invented Its body In hollow and per
forated nnd its bundle is detachable
and has one end threuded so that II
can bo firmly fattened to the body Fur
thermore, attached to the tlirendcd end
of the handle Is nn electric lamp and
from it the wires run up Into the han
dle Apparently nil the wires enter nt
one opening and tho bundle Is hollow
as the bod The motions of the exer
cise are made quite spectacular by this
SfcHAIfc SUb lilt Ml
cno cimii CTUitnmi:
lull I IllAL, JinUUULl.
Fairbanks Has Become Converted to
ine mama Kouw interesting
Vote on Direct Election
Washington, June 11. Just before
adjournment today tne senate ngreciHiwQ thn rnllnwlni? nrrnunt nf n reeen
to vote flnnlly on the Nicaragua bill
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ntlil nil ripniTlntr ntnenitmpnta nn Thnrs.
ilaj, June l', the vote to begin at 2 n
m I his agreement for n vote Is notable
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fiom the fact that no such agreement
eur was reached In .Ither house of whin ,llr ,, ,, rC(1 InnnJ w,
Congtiss nftcr a tanal hill had p-isscd ,, pniniliiint In official and reslduit
Hit other house In the situc Congress lgelct Tin rooms Mere nttrnctlvely
So legislatively, the canal pioject Is decorated with large palms and cut
nearer law thvn ccr before during Its Mowers and a be of assistants were
lift ears oT Congressional life in ntttmlame upon the hostess
Ucfoic consideration of the canal1 -m,n Lllluokalanl received her
n ii ,.. ..n.i i, moii,. n, giu st k In n st rl king guw n of blat k Jt t
V.m... m -. i.. i ... 11..1. ..
me uommiiiee on i runegu anu iict-
.,m. from fiirtlmr ennalilpr.itlnii nf llin.
resolution proldlng for the Mibmlsslou
of an amendment to the Constitution
lor the election of tnlteil staus Sena-
tors b the people was iltfcnted, Jl to
35, after a sharp debate
A) es Bailey, Hate,
burn, Carmatk, Clapp, Coikrcll, Dubois,
1'oraker, Foster of Louisiana, lleltfell,
Jones of Arkansas, McLaurin of Mis
sissippi, Martin Mason, Nelnon, Patter
son, l'erklns, Taliaferro, Teller, Till
Noes Aldrlch, Allison Hard, Hum
ham, Harrow r. Hiirton, Cullom, Dcboe,
Uletrlch Dillingham, Dolllver I-lkln?,
rairiianhs, roster oi Wiisningron, rrje,
(alllnger (Iambic Hale. Ilnnna, Haw
li), Hoar Kcan, Kerns Klttredge Mr
Comas, McCumbir, McMillan, Millard,
I'latt of Connecticut, Tlatt of New
York, Scott, Spooncr, Stewart, Vest,
' Fairbanks of Indiana, In a carefully
considered speech, faorcd construc
tion oi mo lsinmian canal U) me
Panama route. Originally, he said, he proeci bo popular that they had to b-5
originally favored the Nicaragua route, repeated The orchestra was one of
but an Investigation of the subject, . the attractions at the Uuftalo UxpobI
coupled with the determination of the tion. and has Just returned from
Isthmian Canal Commission, had In- Charleston and a trip to Palm Beach,
duced him to change his mind In favor .""'J "'""hers last night were de
of the Panama route. He argued that "Kh f,,Ily ln'"P"-ted "d one of thu
that route not onb would be cheaper in ZUffl'.': " "
he first instance, but cheaper in opera- Among.the guests were the Turkish
tlon after the canal was constructed Mn8ter. Cheklb Bey, Gerald Bey and
He earnestly favored the construction tatkc lhy. first and second secret
of the canal, and resented the Intima- rles, respecthelj. of the Turkish Lo
tion that those who favored the Pana- gatlon; Commissioner Degetnu, Mr. II.
ma route were In the least opposed to a
A Houso bill amending the present
law providing Tor the Issuance of pass-
ports to persons who owe nlleglanco
to the United States, whether they bo
citizens of the United States or not.
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was passed It was cxp alncd by or-
aker that the bill simply was to pro-
vide for the Issuanco of passports to
citizens of Porto Rico and the Philip
An)ooe who has ever watched thai
men shoveling hot ashes out of the
cinder pits after each trip over the road
can readily understand the servlto
which William Robertson of Chicago.
Ills, has rendered His Invention pro
vides an npparatus which , tan bo
easily Installed and adapted to convey
the cinders from tho pit nnd dlscharg
them Into large cars for transporta -
tlon to the ordlnnry deposit. The ele-
vator consists of a cable car running on
an Inclined track, with a livdraullc or
compressed air cylinder for hauling In
the cable and pulling the car up the In
dine. When the car reaches a point
directly above the receiving ear an au
tomatic trap opens the floor nnd dis
charges the contents. The elevator Is
) controlled automatically,
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
ADVICE TO YOUNG
BY CONNIE MACK,
Manager of the Philadelphia American League- Club,
Players on Coaching Line Should Act With Decision.
To be a successful coacher, a plover must possess nerve. Brains are a
necessary adjunct to the other requisite qualities, but these must bo associat
ed and go hand in hand with ucrvc. When the game Is close, and may bo
decided by a single run, the coacher must often exhibit an extraordinary
amount of nerve, ns he must necessarily expose himself to the possibilities
of censure of the experts, critics, and spectators These self-conBtltutcd
Judges often unjustly condemn conchcrs for sending placrs home, when tho
play falls. As long as tho runner crosses the home plate safely. It Is ull right,
and the coacher Is lauded to the skies for Ills, exhibition of good Judgment;
but let a player get caught nt the homo plate on n close decision, und tho
spectators will hurl all sorts of derisive cries and names at the offender
A player on tho coaching line always has his hands full If he pays the
proper amount of attention to his duties Any neglect or errors may result
In disastrous effects to his club, and pojslbly hurt the players reputation It
Is a grave mistake to suppose any player enn coach Just ns much, If not more
expcrlcnco Is needed ns In nny other position on the field It Is not Infrequent
ly seen that players who have been before the public for years as good pro
fessional baseball players will be guilty of the most egregr!ou9 blunders
when on the coaching lines. Instead of acting with promptness and decision,
they will vacillate, and after starting the runner on his homeward Journey,
will often stop him, showing a carclesuness and Indllterenco that cannot bu
too strongly condemned by nil lovers of tho game.
PLEASANT RECEPTION IS
GIVEN IN WASHINGTON
Quintet Boys Render Music-Guests
Include Representatives From
Hawaii and Prominent
The Washington Times of May 29
I tlon given li the former Queen of Ha
Lllluokalanl of Hawaii
Kin a uiiipiiuie linn n-iviiiiuii in 111
IT ,, ' ,, .,
n muslrale nnil reception In the
"I'd net om r black satin She gruti 1
BUct lth a .onllal smile an.
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llt'l ll, (t'JJH 11.11 ll.'ll llll, I V. IIIV'III. VII tk
,ierful miinm of eerbody pre
sentul to her The prcsi millions weio
made bj Mr f)aid Kalauokalanl Ji
The musical portion of the ente.1
talnmint was tiirnlshed princlimlly lij
n band of Hawaiian iiiuslelans who nre
"n n un,r f tn'8 countr. The must
(inns loimeu quite a picturesque group
In thtlr white suits red sashes and
wreathes or lels as the'- are called In
unwall The lels worn last night were
onl Imitations of tboe worn In Iln
wail being made of ellow paper thus
earning out the national color
scheme In theli own country the
lets nre woren out of the rojnl flower,
n delicate little blossom which blooms
ouij ironi sunrise unui noon,
All the native Hawalians present
last night wore lels and Queen Llllui
knlanl wore two. brought together at
the back with a clasp
The selections offered bj the orehes
tra were for the most part natle com
positions, but were characterized with
a dasli anil rhjthm that made them
seem quite American like. They Intro-
iluced seeral Blee numbers, which
banchez. Representative and Mrs.
I-inn and Miss Flynn, Senator Milch-
pll. Senator Clark. Senator Blackburn,
MrB " Hoche, Miss Kratz. Represent-
"me nn(1 M,r8- Uo(2' Senator Teller,
'Prescntatlc and Mrs. J. N. Robin-
"" '?," ' S"ay,,Lle8;. "-'"
i the Hawaiian Senate, M ss Crown,
Mr wlllam Ha)VN000t 'representative
of ,ho uonrJ of comm8sonerBi ,Inwall
nn Islands, Major Seward, Represent-
atie Finley. Representative Woods.
hepresentatlve ulnsmore, Mr. and
Mrs Hraendel, Mrs McCIcnnan, Mlos
McClennan .Mrs Mllmore, Capt H D.
Weaver. Mrs. T. K. Jane. Mrs. Geo.
M Miller. Mr nnd Mrs Mason, the
.iilssis Toomey Miss Fish, .Mr, Lee.
Mis Flint Mr. and Mrs. Bacon, Miss
Bacon. Delegate Wilcox, Miss Mra
lleleluhe Mr Aea. Mr. Almoku. Mr.
and Mrs David Kalauokalanl and 7t"r.
David Kalauokalanl Jr. The members
of the orchestra and glee club Include
Mr Jl,seili I'unl, Mr William Kal, Mr.
"M"'"' Mr. William Holoiin, Mr.
Robert Nawahlne. Mr. Gcorgo Kla, Mr.
T. K Hennessey. Mr. L. Kamlkaua
and Mi. J. K. Mahoe.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 rants
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the newB of the day.
,"v ,- rw-v-i?iS?vS"?i-?y
BASE - BALL PLAYERS
has Imitators some dealers
will substitute if )ou don't
watch out He sure )ou get
Coke, the orlgiml euiranteed
cure for Dinilruff, falling hair,
scalp cxetna, etc. A dash
on the hair alter bathing pre
ents colds. Awarded medals
and all honors at Paris Expo
sition oxer all competitors.
Sold Everywhere. Hook about It free.
'Ookn run trult Cure I uolTerilly
uM I r nipmliprii of CJonirre
John W I mn., lorpnianof omcul
bnrlnrp,lIr)U.ot Hepre.entatlTM "
A. U. UKEMCR CO., CHICAdO.
&. Toilet Soap
cleans the Imr and scalp,
rlcirs the complexion. Great
for the bath
FOR SALH BY HOBRON DRUG CO.
Fort and King Sts
San Diego June 10 A light earth
qu.ike shock was felt here this evening
at C 49 o'clock standard time. It was
a gentle swnjlng or rocking motion,
lasting IHe serumls, without sharp or
violent shotks and preceded nnd ac
companied b faint, dull rumblings
There wero live or six of the oscilla
tions, which were cumulative In their
effeit In making chandeliers nnd other
hanging objects swa
Los Angeles Jure 10 An eirth
quake shoik was felt In Los Angeles
shortl) bnfoie 7 o clock tonight The
vibrations seemed to be from east to
west and continued several seconds No
alarm was felt and no damage Is re
ported The weather today was unset
San Bernardino June 10 This lo
cality was visited hj a terrific thunder
storm this eveulig accompanied by n
brilliant electrical dlsplav Shortly be
fore 7 o'clock two chocks of earthquake
were felt, the first coming nt C 4 nnd
the second two minutes later, each last
ing about thlrt seconds The vibra
tions were from north to south and
were so violent as to shake the most
substantial buildings In town, causing
I Indlo. June 10 Three earthquake
shocks were felt here at 6 43 o'clock
So remarkable are the number and
diversity of uses to which paper has
been put recently that one rieed hardly
be surprised at the substitution of this
substnnce lu many Instances for metals
In the mechanical arts Huts made of
paper nre found to be warmer than
thobc made of wood or shcctlion, nud
that paper has even been emplojed as
the material for pipes tanks of water,
boats, cuirasses to resist musket bul
lets, cannons bells and railway car
riage wheels Trlctlon wheels of paper
work wonderfully well In the driving of
certain hlgh-sreej machines, but now
spur and bevel wheels are among tho
latest succesnes with this remarkablo
material The Read Gear company of
I. In wood, near Pauley, has been singu
larly successful In the making of com
pressed paper pinion wheels with machine-cut
teeth One would imagine
that paper In un form could hardly Lin
strong enough for such a purpose, but
there ate facts to prove that It has been
found eminently suitable, even In ie
spect to tenacity , the behav lor of pin
Ions that have been working constant
ly for upward of two years has sufficed
to show that pai er pinions nic not only
strong, but, as might be expected, ex
ceedingly durable Perhaps their most
conspicuous merit Is their nolselessncss
In working with Iron or other metallle
wheel, and for this reason they are ad
mirably suited for l educing tho speeds
of electric motots for machine driving.
Whatever may be their ultimate
strength. It U clear that the elasticity
of the material adapts It better for re
sisting shoiks than metal If paper
plnlonB can be produced at n moderate
price, thero Is a wide field for such gear
In the machinery of the future.
A flying maihlne on now lines hns
been designed ami built by Hem I VII
lard, n prominent French engineer and
aeronaut Ai cording to the Scientific
American, the Vlllaid aerostat em
bodies several different principles In
the same apparatus those of the kite,
the parachute aud the aeioplaue, and
part of It Is given a gyroscopic motion
such as Is exemplified In the well
known toy flier, the rapid revolution
of which tends to keep It In the samu
plane so that It is almost Impdsslblo to
overturn It To i ropcl the parachute
In tho horizontal dltectlon a screw Is
added, operated by a suitable motor
In this case the appaiatus, If started
from an elevate,l polut will fall very
slowly and will be enabled to cover a
considerable distance fiom Its start
From tho Reports of tho dealers In
this city, we think no proprletaty
medlclno has a larger salo than PAIN
KILLER Its valuable properties as a
speedy cure for uiln can not fall to be
generally appreciated In case of acci
dent or sudden attack of dysentery,
dlnrrhoea cholera morbus Montreal
Star. Avoid substitutes, there Is but
ono Paln-Klllei, Peiry Davis'. Price
25c und 50c
Bulletin. TSc oer month-
KELLETT 4 RODINSON Attorneys-at-Law;
Rooms 11 and 12, Magoon.
bldg.; 'l'hono Main 1S3.
. M. BROOKS--Attorney: rooms B10,
8prcckels bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
JARLOS A. LONG Attorney: 15 Kaa
kumanu St; Tel. !81 Mala
I, M. DAVIDSON Atturney at-Law;
109 Kaahumanu St.
1ARDNER K. WILOER Attorneyat-
law; Kaahumanu at.
MeDONALD 4 LANGSTON Contract
ors nnd Builders; u union ou
S A. COWAN 1186 Union SL, opp
Pacific Club, sundries, etc.
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4, Sprecl els bldgj
PACIFIC VEHICLE & 8UPPLY CO
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
and whips: Beretnnla near Fort Bt
THl' KASH CO., LTD, Two stores
23 27 Hotel SL and cor. Fort & Hotel.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, 610 Miller Street,
CORNS removed without pain by D
M. Thompson, expert Chiropodist
and Masseur, 11 Garden lane.
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Bor-,
etanln and Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist: Fort nnd Hotel
Sts.; Gas administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; office, room 4,
Spreckels Block; residence, 1313
Wilder Ave.; Tel Main 132.
W. BEAKBANE Card enrravlng and
stamping; room 2. Elite bldg.
MERCHANTS' PAhCFL DELIVERY
Bethel St., opp. Waverley blk.; Tel.
621 Blue; pkgs. called for and del'd.
J. E. GOEAS Beretanla near Emma
St.: Tel. 2312 Blue.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNE8S CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Main" 223, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St.. opp Club Stables: P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposite Pacific Club. Newly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights: hot and cold water;
flrst-t.ass table board. Mrs. liana,
TH08. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 630 Fort SL; Lovo
bldg.; latest In novelties.
HONOLULU PRIMO OR BOCK
BEER 10c at tho PANTHEON.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER
VICE Union SL nr Hotel.; Tel.
THE OAHU COLLEGE Department nf
.viusic. r. A. Iiailnsoyus. Director.
Open all summer for Instruction In
piano, volco-culture, organ nnd har
mony. "173. im
ANNI3 MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon, ' 1024 Bereta
IOLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield,
Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K
Knal's studio; Tel M. 231.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
all occasions. Leave orders Berg
strom Music Co.; J. S. Ellis, Mgr.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio. Lovo bldg. Fort St.
Tolophone Main 231.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
Tha latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.: Tel. 264 Main.
ANTONE PILARE8 4 CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sanl
tary work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit the
times. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear, Nose and
Thoat; office at Eye and Ear Infirm
nry, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. WM. G. ROGERS Eye. Ear, Nose
and Throat; 1116 Alakea St.
REAL ESTA'I E.
P. E. R. STRAUCH Real Estate
handled to best advantage; houses
rented; loans negotiated; money In
vested ox best securities. 32 Camp
bell Block, 316 Fort street.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St., nr. Nu
uanu. Felt, straw, panama hats
FRESH RAINIER BEER on draught
10e at the PANTHEON.
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
pairing; i:iks bldg, 616 Miller St.
G. DIETZ Wntchmaker anil Jeweler
1066 Fort St.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant SL
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA.
SUGAR E8TATES, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. EIo
gant turnouts; Telephone. No. 126.
LAHAINA STORE Lumber. Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandise. O. B.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
and surgeon; Lnhalna, Maul.
G. H. DUNN Kxpresa and drajnge;
Agt Wilder and Inter Island Tel, 113.
STOP at Pioneer Hotel. Excellent nc
comraodatlons. G. Frccland, Mgr.
G. H. DUNN Notary Public, Convey
aaccs, Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Office Government bldg
IN THE- CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIR8T JUDICIAlyCIRCUIT, TER-
RITORY OF HAWAII AT
Order for Special Term.
Deeming It essential to tho promo
tion of Justice, we do order that a Spe
cial Term oT tho Circuit Court of tho
First Circuit bo held In the Judiciary
building In Honolulu, commencing
MONDAY, the 7th day of JULY. A. D.
1902, at TIT of (Tie clock In tlic fore
noon of Bnld day, and continuing for
tho period provided by law.
Done at Chambers this 10th day of
Juno, A. D. 1902.
A. S. HUMPHREYS.
GEO. D. GEAR,
W. J. ROBINSON,
proved. W. F. FHEAR,
Tho foregoing order Is hereby ap
Chief Justice of tho Supremo Court of
tho Territory of Hawaii.
Dated June 10, 1902. 2171-28t
Pound'Master's Notice of Estrays
I Notlco Is hereby given that the ani
mals described below have been Im
pounded In tuo Government Pound at
Maklkl, Kona, Island of Oahu, and
unless tho pound fees and damages
nre sooner satisfied will be sold at
tho dato hereafter named according to
I Sorrel Mnro branded "A" with "V"
above on tho right hind leg; white
i streak from the forehead to the nose.
Four feet Bhnd.
Puy Horse branded "HB" on the left
hind leg; white spot on the fore
head; left car cut; four black feet;
four feet shod.
Tho above strayed animals will be
sold on Saturday.Juno 28, 1902, 12 noon
, If not called for before the date men
tioned. K. KEKEUNE.
21 57-3 1 Poundmaster.
Sealed Tenders will he received by
tho Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 m of Friday, June 27th, 1902.
for constructing Section "C" of Kevvalo
Plans and specifications on (lie In
office of Superintendent of Public
The Superintendent of Public Works
'reserves tho right to reject nny or all
I bids JAMES H BOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works.
One of the professors at the Massa
chusetts Instltuto of Technology has
discovered by n series of experiments
that goldfish arc very fond of the lai
vao of mosquitoes He suggests that
l the Introduction of the fish In small
bodies of water where mosquitoes
breed might be better than the use of
kerosene Goldfish, he says, will
I thrive In our natural northern waters,
I and may readily be bred In nny shel
tered pond that Is not fed by too many
i cold springs, a