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EVEV.'INO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 25, 1902.
? RATES FOR WANT ADS.
I DO YOU WANT ANYTHING?
i If so, consult these columns,
si If you want employes or If you
! want employment.
j If you want lodging or boarding,
S or have them to let If you
AtU In this column win be Inserted '
EVERYDAY WANTS AND
3 PirUne, one Insertion ....15c
;jf PtrNne, two Insertions ....25c
C Pa S6n, one week 30c
.'2 P line, two weeks 40c
want to rent room advertise
In the Bulletin Want Columns,
Advertise any want you have
and advertise your business.
J Pjne, one month 60e $
U TWu )s the cheapest advertising jj
t eftered the people of Honolulu. ii
HAWAII'S GREATEST OPPORTUNITY FOR LARGE RETURNS Oil SMALL INVESTMENTS
" JHgf ' W 'ff
yOBITWN Wanted by experienced
atztte; coutit take baby from month,
jl&lrti-s Nurse. Hullcdn olTlcc.
WANTED Position ns porter or dc
Brtiy clerk; beat of references. Ad
ditto rbrtcr. tills office. 2178-lt
WANTED By experienced man of 28
crtnyatlon ns bookkeeper, store
nicrk, sight watchman, lima or any
stfcerjreltlon; remuneration G0 up;
.lrat-rate Island references. Apply
2. a t-ax M. 2124-tf
fcQWERS'.MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night
wirtriia.t'n furnished for buildings,
r,iisa property and residences.
Ol'lrv r.d Hesldcnre, School St.;
1. a Xx 2St; '. White 3091.
Rer bow keeping.
Vox 7 St
two or three
Address 1 O.
MANT jiuir wriskeis nmputated? Oo
So Jeflx. Ho shaves for lot-, 5 white
Italftcii. 13 King St. 2'HHt
'WAKTED People to feed their hair
vHli Incbtro'a Dandruu Kllfc-r. It
! ny u!ar hair tood. At Union Har
.TOR SALE Nearly new modern slx.
riom cottage, easy terms; near eler
txtc tare. Apply Owner, 1033 Arte
ilsn St. 217Stf
XQR SALE Furniture for fhe room
House; privilege of renting. Call 1013
Artesian, nenr King. 21US-tf
fOR SALE Furniture 5 room cot
tar.e; 110 cash; can moe In any
xlnie. Apply 0A, Cottage Walk,
Srbool St. bet. Fort and Nuuanu.
TOR SALE S-yenr-oId bay saddle
xnare; sound and gentle. Address
' E, this office. 2171-lw
rOR SALE One blooded yearling
"Duibaa lull, at a bargain. CaK 101f
Art!n St. 21rt9lf
-CASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE 44
l:iiower gasoline engine. In
perfect condition. Apply to M. I..
3oilth Superintendent of The llono
iito Clay Co., Ltd., telephone white
SUA. cr to Castle & Lansdale, Stan
scnirzld Bldg. 21G3-tt
JOR SALE A 3-ycar-old fresh milch
cow. California Feed Co., Queen
and Nuuanu Sts. 2158-tt
FOR SALE 1 Lodge & Shipley power
Ixtbe. 1 drill press, 1 pipe cutter,
ints up t six Inches; all new ma
tnlses, now on hand in Honolulu;
alio cot steam launch. W. II. Pain,
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dross It. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
TO LET For three months, comfort-aLtt-
(urutshed cottage, stable; Kill
mukl; rent $2o. Magnificent loca
slan overlooking town and sea. Par
ilculars at 732 Klnau St. 2175-2W
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms, uro
nt kitchen; blue Hame stove; front
and back parlor; bath; only $(!. 31
Vineyard St. North. 2108-tt
TO LET Six-room house on Insane
.Asylum road; $10 per month. P. 12.
3L Straucb, 32 Campbell block, up
atolrs corner Fort and Merchant,
TO LET A most desirable home with
a private family; board If desired.
Address II. C, this office. 2102 3w
TO LET Front rooms furnished, sin
gle or en suite; pleasant surround
Hrj;. Ilcretanla St. opposite Quldo
grocery store, nenr Punchuawl St.
THREE nice, largo rooms, right down
oowa; suitable for ladies or gents;
ItTCr, shady yard. Two doors from
atiinon & ro'ter's. Union House.
FOR RENT Large, pleasant rooms
3rta Jl.CO a week up; board and
Town. JC.00. Enquire Mrs. May, 220,
SJUha St. near School St. Rapid
Tituit cars pass tne door.
2150-tf.Tel. Main 60.
TCI LET Itooms Nos. 11 and 12, Mc
Hityre Inlldlng, formerly occupied
Siy VJcKCry'a Art Exhibit. Apply to
X V. ISsbop, at C. Brewer & Co.'s.
3TO LET House on Young Street at
per month; formerly occupied
tij 17. Necdhnra Esq., near McCulIy !
Tract. Has threo sleeping rooms,
Jiatb. hot and cold water. Apply E.
T. IUshop, nt C. Browcr & Co.
TO LET Furnished cottage for house
J.rt-pla& Apply at Honolulu Hotel.
'JO LET Two roomed cottage; rent
JIE, Apply 12G4 Emma St 2172-lw
WANTED A girl to do first-class Iron
ing. Apply French Laundry, Here
tanla anil Punchbowl Sts. 2175-tf
WANTED Olrl to care for baby; light
housework. Apply 1323 Nuuanu.
Hnve your machine put In condition.
lur iiem wurii. e repiur me ucsi
nnd cheapest. For positions leave.
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jour address wllu us
- .a, - ul .-.-.. AI! t. .a,
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
WATERHOUSE & PODMORE, 39 S.
King St. cor. Bethel, are offering:
COTTAGE of 4 rooms at Walklkl.
The sum of $i:.n will purchase the
entire contents of C-ioom house,
of house $2".
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hortfard.
Columbia Bar-Lock Typewriters.
COTTAGE containing parlor, 2 bed
rooms, dining room, bath, kitcnen
IUU1U9. iiiiiiiib iuuui, until, niLuiicii
and pantiy; rent J20. No. 332 Vine-
yard bet. Emma and Miller.
SMALL cottage to let
housekeeping. lloS Alapal St. opp.
Klect. Power House. 2179-lw
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms: private bath; board. Here
tnnlr St., 3 doors beyond VIctorln.
TO LET House, Llllha St. near
School, w Ith 2 bedrooms, parlor, pan
try, kitchen, bathroom, nt $14 per
month. Apply to Joseph Frlas.
FOR RENT Furnished house of sev
en rooms nt Punnhou; three min
utes' wnlk from electric cars. Apply
Bulletin office. 2178-lw
TO LET Large suite of rooms suit
able for couple or three or four gen
tlemen; other rooms at low prices;
excellent board; healthy location;
hot and cold water; electric lights.
Address L. P., this office. 2178-2W
TO LET Hoomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water anu all modern
Improvements, 'all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 5019tf
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
McConnefs. Garden lane. 2055-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Most centrally lo
cated mosquito proof rooms In town;
$2.30 nnd up per week; Adams lane.
Mrs. J. Duggan, Prop.
LOST OR STRAYED A Jopaneso
pug dog; $3 reward for Information
leading to recovery. Address Ous
Smith, Globe Bakery, Fort St.
LOST A manuscript on the Walalae
road beyond the Molllili Church, on
June 19. Suitable reward given for
return to this office or station house.
LOST Gordon setter dog. Ilcturn to
Toma Abbe, polite station, and re
ceive rewaid. 2170-lw
LOST One red horse, white Btrlpe on
the neck, and three white legs,
branded thus: M on left bind leg.
Suitable reward will be paid on re
turn jf same to James H. Boyd, at
FOUND Insurance against the break
age of plate glass at The Honolulu
investment Co. 2051-tf
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS,
Rooms 503-510 SUngenwatd Bldg.
P. O. Box 537.
MRS. A. schoellkopf;
TEACHER OF PIANO.
Honolulu, T. H.
Hote 8treet opposite Advent Chur-h.
F. W. Beardslee. P. O. Box 1TI
Geo. W. Pago. Tsl I!
BEARDSLEE & PAOF
Architects and Bulldcm.
Offices, Elite building, Honolulu, T. II
Sketches and Correct Estimates txr
nlshed on Short Notion.
The Evening Bulletin, 7& cents pr
SHORT STORY FOR
THE OLD LADY
The ih;inlst glanced filer the uu
rleanly tact', of paper, lie wore gold
rimmed nlnce-nez. and a reasonable an
proach to the manner of a consulting ;
ph)siclnn. Then he handed tho paper
i back to tho slinky old lady In tho
l black veil.
ran-f rin it: nnd I think vou'vh
j,c(;n (,( 80 before,
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es but that was the young man.
. ,, ,, ,,..,., ,. ., " ,
I thought If 1 saw jou It would be all
I right, and I pay very good prices. She
nui. l.W .... V JWHI VA.t....v.. .
luu.uieu u uiu imB luai uvm iier
l,urf,(;- , ,
it s no good, ma am. That s not n
-Oh jcs. It Is: and n capital doctor
he Is, too. In practice ln-ln the inun-1
try. And he told me
"ouiq only wasting your time nnd
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j.ti.iv. uia unit -vj uuliui in hid avurrn
over wrote n prescription like
Uoou morning, ma am
mi ............. i
There came a look of cunning under
the black veil, and a note of (.tinning
In the husky voice. "An) how. you
know, It's near enough to cover )ou
In east In case nm thing happened.
That point's been tettled In a court of
law. Now, do Just "
"I've got a reputation and I've got n
tonsclence," said the chralst severe
ly, "and I don't want customers of
your class at all. Kindly go nway,
please, and don't come here again."
The old lady turned with some as
sumption of dlgnitj', and walked out.
She woie good clothes, but she looked
untidy nnd unkempt. Her brougham
was waiting outside. The carriage
nnd hnrne were dirty and the horse,
looked lulf staived. The coachman
In a dusty livery turned without taking
, v. ... t , . i.i.. ,. . .,. . ,.
"'I """"? '" '""Z." ''"' "'
respectful grin. The air of downfall
was over the whole thing.
"They hnve not got what I reaulre."
said the old lady. 'You must drive to
some other shop.
Tl. .n.M.m -II ... 1 ....'
.... iiiiim... . ,,v.. .,n mr ui.ir ssterH. vho united a wise smile,
servants, knew all about It; It was --.Mj- ,i.nr,- 8he. 6al()i wlth emphasis,
their favorite Joke among themselves. ,.,vlnt , am )n tne waj. r a ,leaUh cv
They had ensy places; the old lady let , i.ibn a tensible doctor and my own
everything go now. They kept up tho perseverance have made me. I with
polite farce of pretending not to know out nenes? i ,vSh I were. Bui when
In the old lady s presence; that was i tel, oll tha, , gt.rved a ttt0 ycarg.
part or tne Joke. teTm In n,.r,0s prostration, you may
..., ..ci u, u i iiiuhu more onug-
Ing. and the old lady came out with a
neatly wrapped packet In her hnnd.
"Home." she said.
She lay back on the cushions of tho
brougham, panting with excitement. In
spite of laws and penalties, of doctors
and nurses, of friends and relations, of
her own ghostly better self, she had
always been able to get It. Shu c-lasu-
ed her little bottle of hea en-hell with
something like triumph. Friends and
relations had given her up no ; thh
wearying time of brief reclamations..!
of terrible struggles, and of black de
spair, was over now She had the
awful peace of one who accepts, eyes
open, a deadly destlnj-.
The carriage stopped at an old-fashioned
house In St. John'B Wood. It wns
a house with a grimy, high-wnllcd gar
den In front of It. A covered way led
from tho house door to the outer door
,,??,.. . ' 1,n? ,la laay "a" "" e" we that we worn
some Httlo time to wait before a somo- Pn who wer- taking new responsible
what slatternly servant answered thu I ties hadn't adjusted ourselves to the
,., .... , . , , , , . I new conditions, that we took things
Jane, said the old lady In the hall tCl() lmil amJ exhausted half our en-
. "" ''.,"r,...V;L,..0,;.,il,.at V J'B before we even began
.-,. ..,fc i.iji,iiir iiiiiv iii-uii luwu- . I
uni u mm- uvt?r-iiriii wmi nil cinve. i
and have no appetite.
I am going to
rest In thc library. Please see that 1
," 8tVrbe''-I ", ,a nomc' you do need physical and spiritual re-
.n IL.l Ah 'S.1. .'" ,aI;e VT ' laa'n- The first is comparatively
sop later, but In that case will ring. '' Casy t0 BH, Dut tho 8Cconil' yolI w,f,
.h h?'mi"L' T.am.'. "J"1 ,Jane' ca" lla" t wfk out for yourself. 1 can
she shuffled back to thc kitchen. Sho or,y )0nt ,le way .
S,"1'lC!rirr!L8!!''!'E U 'onten,P- "His prescription was simply this:
tuous tone to deferential words. an hour-s rtEt every nRht hre ,.
The old lady took oft her out door ner. with my wrapper on. In n dark
things, but she still retained the bag room. It has been my salvation ever
when she came down Into the library; since. Bc-foie that I had worked at
and In the bag was the little bottle of fever heat up to tho last minute be
the obliging chemist nnd a little leath- fore dinner, to sit down to the table
er case. And now with a sure and cer- worn out nnd exhausted. Any well
tain relief at hand she could afford regulated stomach would refuse to
herself a form of Belf-torture; It would work under the circumstances, the
ADVICE TO YOUNG
BY CONNIE MACK,
Manager of the Philadelphia American League Club.
Team Work the Foundation of a Club's Success on Field.
Team work Is tho foundation of success In bat-eball. Like all big enter
prises a combination of Interests outweighs Individuality. No club can
possibly expect to stand high In the season's lace for the pennant unless
there Is a complete understanding among all the players. A few years ago
this branch of the game was not encouraged as It now Is. It used to bo the
custom for players to pay more attention to their Individual efforts than Io
the team work of the nine. This has all changed. There are still a few
players whose desire to outshine tho'r clubmntes lesults In lessening tho
work of the club as a whole. In all tie major League clubs a system has
been ndoptcd whereby the best Indlvl lual efforts ot the players are so utiliz
ed as to give the best results to the club.
There Is no general system In us. Every club manager has his own
Ideas as to the most effective method of getting team work. Each play is
made according to the Ideas of the Captain or Manager. It Is better to per
mit every club to follow Its own plans. If a general recognized set of cut nnd
dried rules was adopted, much of the Intcitst now shown In tho gamo
would bo missing. It Is tho systems now being worked that keep allvo that
spirit of rivalry, and promote that element of uncertainty that appeals to
tho spectators and keeps alive the In'erest In the game.
Tho Chicago White Stockings, with the gieatent of nil Generals, A. C.
Anson, at their head, was the first club to Introduce team work, ua it Is now
understood. Anfaon was tho Napoleon oi the diamond. Not a trick or play
escaped his observant ej-e, while Tie was always btudylng somo now stylo
of play to benefit the game. To the younger element Anson Is but a name to
be conjured with, but to those who lollowed tho gamo a decade ago, ho wns,
and Is, recognized as the greatest field General that ever commanded a
even heighten the deep, enveloping
bliss of the subsequent relief,
i iie opened her bureau and took out
a packet of photographs all photo
graphs of herself, and all photographs
of a beautiful woman. She did not
look to tall now. and she had grown
hideous; her scanty hair was a .llrty
'gray: the fearless Innocence of the
young face hnd changed to crafty sen
suality In thf old. She was horrible
and she had once been almost divine.
With each photograph came back a
i thousand memories and associations;
win some oi tnem it was music. row
It was the pleading of the violins In a
slow waltz In the days when sho
danced out the stars and danced In
,lle and now
again a sterner
n til a I r a. A . CAS 11 It' i
music, jet proudly glad, the nvnslc of
a great mgnn "baking the nlr heavily;
and now It dlPd away to the tinkle-tin-
Me of the sheep-bells. And that last
WB9 , her ,he m0f, poUnnt mPm0ry
. ,i,n, ,, ch ,.! .t,i n n. mr.
iit. une Jnn eenlng when her great-
fst happln-s had tome to her. and
hail h(ar,, ,nom rnlntv in p nstanie.
There v,.rP lf,Hrs ,00 ,n thc ,,.
r(,au-lrtter from a man who raved
of ll(.r h(.aMV 0, of ,ie bcnlItv of tllf
annels. And later, letters from her
, ,w.,.i ,nn,,irin . , i,-- .in.
-" F1 !' i."r. r " ... -
n.ci fli.iv fltirifr n-if hntlnnlTv In mi.
phemlcms nnd rejoicing In signs of
improvement. Ann tnen tne last let-
te,r from thf. ,nan who onre llil(j ruV0(1
Improvement. And then the last let-
of her hi r.uty and loved her. And
then . . .
Thc uelv old woman crept craftily
to the do-ir nnd locked It nolfclesslj-.
She took nom the hag the little bottle
and the Uather ate.
j? BUSY WOMAN'S REST CURE I'j
One of ?te busiest women In New
York has a health uclpe which she
uAlA felt. miritll1 it At tilinhnrt sm
mine. wlth R tnollMluf aml ono
Important things crjlng for h.r atten
tlon, she looks as serene and unruffled
as If she had not a care In the world.
When one of her friends suggested
that she was boin without nerves and
"""' "" '""" iu. iici nibii-oimub
. ..,. i I)08Ktt9 ,i, BUn! number at
least. I went to vorlt after the siege
was over at the same breakneck speed
as before. Within two months I was a
candidate for a doctor's attention
again, this limn with a most uncom
fortable klod or Indigestion. Fortu
nately for me I found n doctor whose
common tense. If nothing else, ought
to put him in the Hall of Fame.
"He heard the story of my woes, ask
ed me what I was doing and how 1 was
doing It. Then I waited for him to
rte a 'prescription, but he didn't.
otir indigestion Is nothing but
overworked nerves,' he old me; 'medi
cine won't help j-ou.'
"In a fever of apprehension I asked
him if I'd have to give up and reit
"'By no means.' was his answer;
I icain now io worK. inais an jou
"1-Iim ilnftr.f- klinn.il mn a n.nllrtal
um- ,.,i, -v.... .l..,' nu.i ,,A r
nl.;ii,.J hl4 ncKllrp,i m mrnin 'nt
BASE - BALL PLAYERS
doctor said, and when my Indigestion
anlshed after a month of rest hours,
I began to believe him.
No matter how much I havo had to
do since," continued the woman wltli
the nerves that do not show, " have
always insisted on mat rest uciore
"A regular exercise as well was In
cluded In the doctor's advice, I couldn't
possibly give up a special hour to it,
to I compromised by walking a mile
of the way down town every monlng
ns regularly ns I eat my breakfast. It
lBn't always easy to follow out the
program, but my, the readiness for
work, the good spirits, the zest for ov
er) thing that comes along, which you
get as a reward, are worth something
ten times as hard.
"The spiritual iclixatlon has cer
tnlnly been harder to get nnd I haven't
half learned my lesson yet. But I only
worry occasionally now. Instead of
cliroiiicallj That comes of lllng by
n motto the ckMor gave me which 1
t would nittlse every nervous woman to
Jndupt as her own: 'Don't cross tho
.bridge till you come to It and burn It
behind you.' It's wotth hanging above
'jour bureau and repeating dally, that
motto, and It our se would only obey
It. 1 don't believe there'd be enough
cusps of nortoim piotratlon to keep
the doctorn in pra' tlee." New York
Ij QlllHEH MES THIS YEAR
Clothes are quieter In tone. There
nm fewer diring color combinations.
I Last year Paris sent the most marvel
t tons combinations A number of cul
ture were used In the one costume, and
! these were ot the most striking nnd
.seemingly Incongruous nature. Bui
this spring this Is changed.
The Seaun's Shirtwaists.
Shirtwaists are usually white. The
backs of shirts and blouses aie very
plain and wltlimt fuluess, There may
no n small yoke over the shoulder In
front, but It do-s nit extend flown the
Wick. Tho sleeies Lave a ruftle Inside
nt the top to aid the square snoulder
Gray Is a Ccmlng Color.
Gray is much ued In handsome
gowns. Ei'iu holds its own fairly well,
hut In the Imported models there will
bo found two of gray to one of ecru.
And while speaking of these models It
is worm not'ug that rarely In former
m ascitis Ikii Diere been shown so manv
Muck, gowns In all materials for spring
i.ni summer wear as" 3 exhibited this
wnlte. however. la even moro popu
lar. Oyster nhell vhlte Is the most
median, but Ivory white Is the most
JJraldlng la the Smart Trimming.
.uuch heavy embroidery Is used.
(Knernlly It matches the material. Pa
uuln Is the only great maker who
sbLws any tinsel, and he employs It
tpnrlngly Braidlns Is the latest
tcucJi. It will probably appear In pro
fusion on fait modols. Moire Is tho
best llblon to eniplo)'.
A Tip About the Walking Skirt.
7!io habit skirt Is tfiiiieslrablo for
many reasons, but n" short walking
rklrt Is ii nce84ity. The correct
length Is Just oue Inch from tho
tiound all around. And, by the way,
when getting sue ii a skirt, walk before
u minor la It Few pcoplo walk
slialght, and a sklit may have to be
cut a trltlu suort-r before or behind to
meet Indlvlduil requirements. In oth
er words, du not Judge of the even
ness of the bottom line of your skirt
by standing still In It
The nlisiilutcly circular flounce Is
going out. A shaped flounce that
sweeps away from a center panel Is
A Smart, If 3mall, Summer Outfit.
Blouses can be varied Indefinitely.
A white cloth s!:Irt and a few white
Mouses of widely HiSerent materials
will help along wonderfully In a sum
mer outfit. A deper yoko Is again In
luor. Ulousei made In this way usu
elly fasten behind nnd havo a plain
buck, although eras good model had
lines of embroidery extending from
the yoko over the shoulders, nnd
down to the wal-ic It buttoned right
up the center, and was absolutely plain
A Word About Sleeves.
Sleeves are much larger and show
no symptoms of decreasing In size.
Anu they ore very elaborate. They
can bo varied In any way so that a
l.cueral pear shape Is preserved", with
the small end at the shoulder and tho
larger at the elbow or wrist.
In Place of the Tailor Gown.
The old tailor gown Is now Blip
P'anted by 11 frock ot sill; or canvas,
which is distinctly more elaborate. The
ti llor's only chance now Is In the short
t-klrted suit and sporting clothes In
Hats aro Hit but the bow In tho
back is being done to death. Black
and whlto la the favorite combination,
though khaki-colored strew Is n great
success. It la also extremely useful,
as It will not soil easily. The much
talked of chrysanthemum braid Is
used chiefly aa a facing, as It catches
tic elust too easily to be a wise cholco
for Uio whole hat.
"The station at Savannah." snvs n
traveler through the South. "Is sup.
rounded In nil directions with a lot of
saloons and cheap lestaurants. In
great Illuminated letters over one nf
these saloons Is the sign:
" 'Open all night."
"Next to It was a restaurant henrlnor
with equal promlnenco tho legend,
wo never closn.'
"Third In order wns a Chinese laun?
dry In n little tumbledown linvnl nml
upon tho front of this building was tho
sign in great, scrawling letters: 'Mo
wakco, too."' New Voik Tribune.
The Evenlig Bulldtln. 75 cents ner
KELLETT & ROD1NSON Attorneys-
ai-L.aw, iiuoms jli uuu a, uiuguuu
bldg.; 'Phone Main 153.
F. M. BROOK8 ttorney; rooms 9-10,
Spreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 16 Kaa
kumanu St.; Tel. 181 Main.
J, M. DAVIDSON Attorneyat-Lawj
109 Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER At to rncyat
law; Kaahumanu St.
McDONALD A LANGSTON Contract
ors and Builders; 118 Union SL
C. A. COWAN 11SC Union SL, opp,
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4. Sprec):els bldg.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO,
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
nnd whips; Beretnnla near ton ot
THT KASH CO.,, LTD. Two stores
23 V Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, CIS Miller Street.
CORNS removed without pain by D.
M. Thompson, expert Chiropodist
nnd Masseur, 11 Garden lane.
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Ber
etanla and Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort and Hotel 1
S(s.; Gas administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil nnd
electrical engineer; office, room 4,
Spreckels Block; residence, 1313
Wilder Aye.; Tel Main 132.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving nnd
stamping; room 2. Ellto bldg.
MERCHANTS' PAhCF.L 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.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Main 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS 8HOP 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 nnd cold water;
flrst-c.ass table board. Mrs. liana,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 530 Fort SL; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
HONOLULU PRIMO OR BOCK
BEER 10c at the PANTHEON.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER 8ER
VICE Union SL nr Hotel.; Tel.
THE OAHU COLLEGE Department of
Music. F. A. Ballasoyus, Director,
Open all summer for Instruction In
piano, voice-culture, organ and har
ANNI8 MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon," 1024 Bereta
IOLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield,
Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K
Kaai'a 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. Love bldg., Fort St.
Telephone Main 231.
HAWLEY'8 MILLINERY PARLORS
me laiesi in millinery, etc.: Boston
bldg.: Tel. 2(!4 Main.
ANTONE PILARE3 4 CO. Plumbers
nnd Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani
tary work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit the
times. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear. Nose and
inoai; omce at Eye ana Ear Infirm
nry, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. WM. G. ROGER3 Eye. Ear, Nose'
nnd Throat; 1H6 Alakea St. I
REAL E8TA1 E.
P. E. R. 8TRAUCH Real Estata
handled to best advantage; houses
rented; loans negotiated; money In
vested on best securities. 32 Camp
bell Block, 31G Fort street
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St., nr. Nu
uanu. FelL straw, pnnama nan
FRE8H RAINIER BEER on draught
10c at the PANTHEON.
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
pairing; Elks bldg, 61G Miller St.
G. DIETZ Watchmaker and Jeweler
10C6 Fort St.
J. W. A. RFDHOUSE Watch and
chronometer maker: 73 Merchant St.
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA.
SUGAR ESTATES, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVE8,
CHIPPING FACUITIE8, ETC.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stnbles. Ele
gant turnouts; Tciopnone iso. izii.
LAHAINA STORE Lumber, Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandise. C. B.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
nnd surgeon; Lahalna, Maul.
G. H. DUNN Express nnd drayage:
Agt Wilder and Inter-Island.Tel. 113.
8TOP nt Pioneer Hotel. Excellent no
commodatlons. Q, Freeland. Mgr.
NOTARY PUBLIC. ""
G. H. DUNN Notary Public. Convey
ances, Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Office Government bldg
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER-
RITORY OF HAWAII AT
Order for Special Term.
I Deeming It essential to thc promo-
, tlon of Justice, wo do order that n Spe
cial Term oT tho Circuit Court of the
First Circuit bo held In the Judiciary
.building in Honolulu, commencing
MONDAY, tho 7th dny of JULY, A. D.
1902, nt TETT of Rio clock in tno fore
noon of said day, and continuing for
-the period provided by law.
Dono at Chambers this 10th day of
June, A. D. 1902.
I A. S. HUMPHREYS,
I GEO. D. GEAR,
j Second Judeg.
I W. J. ROBINSON,
! Third Judge.
Tho foregoing order Is hereby ap
proved. W, F. FREAR,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of
1 the Territory of Hawaii.
I Dated June 10, 1902. 2171-28t
I WATER NOTICES.
In accordance y'lth Section 1 of Chap
ter XXVI of tho Laws of 1880: All
1 persons holding water privileges or
thoso paying water rates are hereby
1 notified that the water rates for the
J term ending December 31, 1902, will
bo due and payable at tho office of the
1 Honolulu Wntor Works on tho 1st day
of July, 1902.
J All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they are duo will be
subject to an additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates re
'main unpaid August 15, 1902 (thirty
days after becoming delinquent), are
I llablo to suspension without further
1 notice. Rates are payable ut the office
'of tho Water Works, In the basement
ot tho capltol building.
Supt, Honolulu Water Works.
SEALED TENDERS. "
Scaled Tenders will be received by
tho Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 m. of Frlilav. .Iiino 97ih inn .
for constructing Section "C" of Kowalo
Plans and specifications on file in
offleo of Superintendent of Public
Tho Superintendent of Tubllo Works
teserves tho right to reject any or nil
ulds. JAMES H. BOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works,
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