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SHORTHAND taught tliorotiglil nn 1
briefly, private tuition P Maurice)
McMahon, Oenl Del) , Clt 2191 lw
WANTED A competent
would like one or two small sets of
books (o keep Address 1. N. II. thU.our address wMi us
WANTED Ily experienced man of 28 i
occupation as bookkeeper, store
clerk, night watchman, luna or any
other position, remuneration CO up;
first-rate Island references Applv
F. O. box 2S. 2121 tf
OWERS MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night
watchmen furnished for buildings,
business property and residences.
OCIce and Residence School St.;
P. O. Box 2S4, '. White 3091.
WANTED To rent small lottnge
dose to town ili1ri us C'upt How
ire 1 O hot JM 2l'll lw
PARTNER wanted to take half Inter
ci-t In a legitimate and piolltable os
tnbllshcd business capital luiiulrci!,
K00 l'or partlculais miiliei-i A,
nullctln olfice J19.:iw
FOR SALE A large black gentle
driving mare and double seated trap
and harness, bargain. Appl 1015
Artesian St. SlioU
FOR $750 You can bu) n nice C room
houBe with lot on Insane Aslum
road at l'alama, on easi terms 1.
E. it. Straucn, 32 Cauiubiil uim.L.
npstulrs, corner Foil and Merchant.
FOR SALE Choice
pots and cuttings
Mrs. E. M Talor
730 Klnau St.
21 Si! lm
FOR SALr rumlture for five room
bouse; privilege of renting Call 1015
Artesian, near' King. 2108 tf
FOR SALE One blooded yearling
Durham bull, at a bargain Call 1015
Artesian St. 2109 tf
GASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE 44
horsepower gasoline engine, In
perfect condition. Apply to SI I..
Smith Superintendent of The Hono
lulu Clay Co. Ltd, telephone white
2321, or to Castle . Lansdale, Stun
genwald Bldg. 2105 tf
FOR SALE A 3- ear old fresh mlteh
cow. California Teed Co , Queen
and Nuuanu Sts. 2158 tf
FOR SALE 1 Lodge & Shipley power
lathe, 1 drill press, 1 pipe cutter,
cuts up to six Inches; all new ma
chines, now on hand In Honolulu;
also one steam launch. ",V If. Pain.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress R. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
TO LET Nicely furnished rooms for
two gentlemen. At Mrs. I:. M. Tay
tor's, 730 Klnau St , near Alapal.
FOR RENT Large, pleasant rooms
from $1.50 a week up; hoard nnd
room, $0.00. Kn-jnlre Mrs. May, 220
Ullha St. near School St. Rapid
Transit cars pass the door. 2150 tf
TO LET Ilooms Noa. 11 nnd 12, Me
Ictyre Building, formerly occupied
by VIckcry's Art Exhibit. Apply to
E. F. Bishop, at C. Brew er & Co.'s.
TO LET Houso on Young Street at
$30 per month; formerly occupied
by W. Necdbam Esq , near McCully
Tract. Has threo sleeping rooms,
bath, hot nnd cold water. Apply E.
. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.
TO LET Cottages nt $15 and $10 per
month, Walkahaiulu lane, off
School St. I. E It. Strauch, 32
Campbell block, upstairs, corner
Fort and Merchant. 2170-lm
TO let House, .Ulna St. near
School, with 2 bedrooms, parlor, pan
try, Kitchen, bathroom, at $14 per
month. Apply to Joseph Trias.
TO LET Airy mosquito proof suite,
furnished, board If desired. 144 Bcr
etania Avo near Tort. 2188 lw
FOR RENT Six room cottage, Luna
Illo street near Pcnsacola, $35 Ho
nolulu Investment Co, Judd Bldg
TO LET Roomy bath tub. with either
hot or cold water nnu nil modern
Improvements, ""all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 5!019tf
TO LET Furnished loom and board,
with private bath and toilet, for sin
glo man or couplo. Apply P O Box
CS2' 2193 lw
TO LET rurnlBhed rooms at Mrs.
ilcConnefs. Garden lane. 2055 tf
Hnvo vour mnchlnn nut In condition
for neat work Wo repair tho best
l'or positions leae
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO
TO LET I iifiiriiishcd two loomed
cottage Appl 12i'.l Kmma St
WATERHOUSE & PODMORE, 39 S.
King St. cor Bethel, are offering:
COTTAGE of 4 rooms at Walklkl.
THE SUM of $150 will purchase tho
entire conti tits of 0 room house Kent
of house $25.
RESIDENCE of Fred. T P. Water-
house. llle St. Nntianu Valley,
neat the Itnpld Transit Terminus.
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford.
Columbia Bar-Lock Typewriters
F. E. KING'S LIST.
COTTAGE with ham nt the Beach
(lood bathing Itent $25.
Nlcelj furnished housekeeping rooms
at Cottage Grove.
ITvoroom COTTAGE. King 1'Iace;
LOTS at the Beach; 18 years to run.
flood bathing. $75 to $100 per
F. E. KING",
Cottage Grove, King Street.
WOOM AIND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Most centrally lo
cated mosquito-proof rooms In town;
$2.50 and up per week; Adams lane,
Sirs. J Uuggan, Prop.
DO NOT LOSE jour hair I'achecos
Dandruff Killer kills the dandiuff
germ and stops falling hair. At Un
ion Barber Shop.
LOST A No, 3 Eastman kodak at
landing of stmr V (1 llnll In Hnwn.
Livery carriage on June 17th $5 re
ward for lettnn to office, Hawaiian
Hotel 2191 lw
LOST Will party who took white sill;
shawl by mistake from 1151 Union
St Saturday evening. June 2 klnd-l
Ij return same an rece've reward,
LOST A jellow dog nuiiiiv . tac 511
on collar lteward Tor letuin to
Leslie De Cew, Oceanic (las & Ulee-
LOST OR STRAYED A Japanesu
pug dog, $5 reward for Information
leading to recovery Aildies" (Jus1
Smith, Olobe Dnkerj. Tort dt. I
LOST Ono red horse, white stripe on
tho neck, nnd three wliito lees.
branded thus: M on left hind leg.
"Suitable reward will bo paid on re
turn jf same to James H. Bojd, at
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to have stock
sufficiently insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent lour of tho
strongest fire Insurance companies.
FOUND Insurance against the break.
Zlt'Vn"8' " The "Tild
Proof of Charges
Manila Jul) 1 General Chaffee hns
sent a letter to the board which Is In
quiring Into the charges of truelty
biought by Major Cornelius Gardener,
Governor of the piovlnco of Tnjabas,
Luzon, ngalnst American officers and
soldiers, saying that the abandonment
by Major Gardener of tho charge that
higher officers In the army In tho
Philippines wcro hostile to tho civil
government there was not tho unswer
that Secretary of War Hoot expected
fiom him General Chaffee wrote also
that Major Gardener was not n Judge
of tho effect ol proving this iharge
and that the action of Sectetnry Hoot
ln convening the present board was ta
km In order that Major Gardener
should produto his witnesses The
abandonment of the chnigo b) tlie-mu
Jor lid to tliu lufeienco thnt It was
false but true or false continued Gen
i ml Chaffee It affected Injuriously the
i hniacti rs of blglu r o,7!t crs
The lioaid has demanded of Major
Gardiner tint he produto testimony
covering the alleged
Ganlener pinmlsed to answor this com
SHORT STORY FOR
THE TEMTATION OF JOHN BELTERS
It was a hand-to-hand fight with
starvation now The wolf was no long
er nt the door, but In the loom Itself,
waiting, so It seemed to John Belter
nnd his wife for the child to die.
And the child la so near death that
a breath of wind might blow hlrr, away.
Ills little white face la) turned up to
the light, his c)ei closed, his t li In
fingers stretched lifelessly upon thn
John Belter stared nt tliim with
blinking ejes before he went lo hli
r.ili It was getting late In the after
noon, nnd the dim light In the garret
was dimmer than ever, and
lure looked terrlblv grnj
he ho) -
"Is he nil right?' John whispered'
hurrledl) to his wife "You don t think
lies nn worse, do jou, .linnv?'
Mrs Belter hurried forward to the
bedside nnd peered down at the tin
face, white above the sheets.
"No, no lolin (lo to jour rah, she
cried, and bring me some mom) ill-
recti. )Oii get a fare. If we urn only
nil n m a few things ton git hell n
nil right, nnd perhaps )ou II have domu
John Belter hurried nwiij down tin"
grlmj, narrow stalls, and out Into the
street, where his cab was waiting
Ho Jumped on his box and diove out
Into the wider sticels which I ly duse
beside his own liairow one. nnd then
It siemed that his luck had turned at
He was hailed almost Immediately.
A joung man, In evening diess with a
diamond Hashing In his ghlit front and
another on his finger, looked up at him
as he stopped, and shouted his direc
tions. He got In. and John whipped up bis
horse Here at hast was a shilling,
and If the fare was gcnctoiuj, pcrhnpi
He diew up with n Jerk when lie
reached his destination, nnd waited
for him to get out He did so quickly,
almost stumbling In his haste. He stood
on the pavement for an Instant, and In
that Instant John noticed two things
that he had an odd shaped package un
der his arm, and that he lookcl
stiangcly white and shaken and ner
vous. He thrust up u coin, and u choking
feeling rose In John's throat when lie
saw that It was a half-ttown.
He touched his cap, but the fare had
turned abruptly nnd was busy lettlnij
himself In to the chambers Jt which
the) had stopped.
"(iuod-nlght, sir. and thank jou,
sir ' cried John, huskily, Hit the man
did not turn, nnd John, nnvloiis to get
home diove nwny quicklj.
He had reached the streit and had
Just dismounted when a man. lounging
against the tailings , looked nt him
curiously, and (nine forward He wua
an ex-eouvlct, living lu the house next
door, as John knew
'There s bonicthlng In jour cab," ha
j, (,,, nRani an,, iookn(! .,
tluit on the seat was something small
and ml. He, picked It up, nnd the next
insiniu mi i'ii tne man on the pave
ment with a red leather use lu hli
'Thej'ie I'WcIb' tho man erlcd
cageilj. His ejes were glistening, anil
a shiewd, hard, cunning look had iiinm
into his fate.
' You'd bitter let me get rid of 'em
for jou." he whispered "I know how
to do It, and It'll be quite safe, and I'll
Ket moio than jou'll get,
"But I they'll have to go lo Scot
land Yaid," ho said.
1 he man laughed.
"The more fool you If you take them
theie," he cried. "They'll give jcr
nothing worth having, and If jou coma
with mo nnd get rid of "cm, who'll bo
any the wiser? And perhaps the) 're
worth L50. Let's look at 'tin."
"No, no," ho began; and then some
how he opened the iase Ho had not
jeant to do It. but ho was "-lou, nnd
the Jewels la) h ire to the air almost be-
foie he knew It.
Tl,e tolor - fr(m '" ' "''
he saw them It was a small, hollow.
sllk-llned case and lying loosely to
gether was what seemed to bo u blind
ing mass of diamond and emerald
brooches and necklaces.
He looked at them dazedly They
gleamed at him moiklnglj wicked
toncs full of an evil light.
The man at his side swore under lilt
"Why, they're worth C 10,000, I'll
bet." he said, hoarsely, "Ihcj'rc real
'tins. I know enough to know that,
and they'll make us rich If we work it
properly. By Jove, ) ou're a lucky man
jou are But jou'll let me work It,
and have a bit nut of It, won't you?
Why, there's at leabt 500 apiece out
of this, nnd that'll give us both a stmt
In life Whj, It Is a hit of luck."
John shut up tho case and put It In
his breast pocket.
' No, no," he said, "I can't do It."
He turned away sharply mil went In
doois, leaving tho thief on the pave
mint Ho went up to Ms room In
which the boj lay ill and pushed open I
uiu uuur .cnuy. j
He held his breath nnd went forwaid
and his wife held up her hand to si
lime him I lei fine was white ami Bit
and dcspciate, and her lips weielwilih
llo drew a sharp breath, and tho caso
grew heavlei against his chest. Ho
nil back and beckoned his wife outsldo
The dlrH narrow landlm? stunk him
with Its wre tihedneis anew, and a fob
broke from his lips as he caught his
"Jemi) Jennj ' lie cried, ' I eali save
the lad Look here'"
He dragged the ense from his -Kckct
and tore It open and. In spl'e of the
darkness of the landing, the jewels
glcnmeil nnd flashed.
Jennj drew back with a crj.
"John, John, where did )ou git
them" she cried.
He looked around nervously,
"Hush," he said In a whisper. "Bo
quiet about It The) wen- left In the
enn aim tin re s a man uownstniri wno
enn toll Ihrm for me llnll nnli.irU '
must know I'll go with him now, mid
when I come luck"
Jennj caught his arm
'John, John, no'" she cried veh;
mentl). ' You musn't do It. Oh John!
Oh John' '
She dropped hei head on his admit
ttprn brtlililtiir , nn v nlulvnli tnlitt tit,ti,l
mritlonlcF. sudden! ihred 4111I itiuck
' . ti. i. .... .....t ........ .. i,i. ,t.A ......
t.tttt iiuiiiii tutu iiiiui, niui lilt; i tint;
still open In his outltK tilled hand.
"Ten thousand pounds, ho reprated,
lncihnnltullv. 'Thc)'re woith L'10,-
Jeun) hi Id him n little tlghtei,
"John ou musn t." she cried "Oh,
take them lull k nt fitiin (Ipt l,l nt
tiw.m i!, u-.. m ,,,,! .1,1.., ., .,
, m,rortl.m, lt , neerdor.u
nr()I)K nni, (,U(, Mv MS U)Un
won t be thieves
John shut the case with n snap and
thrust It baik Into his pocket
Ve won't, we won t ' he eiled, "and
(iod will look after the little lad."
He pushed the half e.own Into her
h till nml (urn, ,1
hand and turm d
"I'll see If I can give them hvk
c.llil nil, 1 I iiinm .11 nnm i n. d.hi
nu.. ,,,,i, i ,i lull,.- ,,.ii n iih'ii i tin ,-woii
ns I inn and see what the dodor sijs,
and perhups perhaps b) tin n them
will he ii iliange '
John turned nwav and vent down
stnlrs He would he all right. Yes. but
If afterwards th) couldn I provide
lllfn with lit.tot.vnrv iirittflttlitiiittil tilmr
Iln ,!rm Vtt.L- In lltn ,ln,l,...
where he had left his Mr., ond mm
the bell Before nnjnne had time tol
answer It the door Wis opened I j thol
man hlmt-elf with the dlan,inil still
Hashing In his shirt-front ..nd his face
still white and set.
John touched his mi an 1 the man
drew hack Into the hall
"You jou want to tee me'" he aik-
John put his hand in his pii kit.
"About bomethlng jou l"ft In my
cab. If oil please, sir." he said, ai d the
gmtlemau looked round with a sudden,
sharp movement, as If he was i.lrald.
All right,' he said quickly. Tome
John followed him, and Ir a silting
loom thiy faced each othii.
'1 know what It Is," the man said In
n quick, nervous way. "I know exact
. . ..
ly wny jouve iome nnd what jou'vj
biought. nd I want )ini to help mo to
do something. I'm n dishonest coward
You can help me to be brave and hones!
tonight. Don't give me the ease' Keen
,,, . . ' """"" lu-.ti.c i : iu i.uiu
lias house In I'iicadlllj 1 am Lord
(Jeiald, his eldest son Go along, mid
dor, t give me time to alter n.) mind."
John stare.) at him for n moment
Tl en something strange In I o, J Ge -
" " , ", ""'t ''"' ?r..n": .t :.
"- I'-rf n .... tvuill ,u l.Ultl Wl.1 Q
Winn he stopped Lord Oeiald got out
and luikonel him down
"You re to come In too "he said Bo
quhk If I go In h) ni)slf I ma)-'
He broke off und John got down He
saw that he was tumbling as tiny
stood nn the steps togethir, und when
the butler opened the door lit half hesi
tated. "Am I to come In, sir'" said John,
and Lord Ccrnld went forwuid
John was told to wait In the hall and
ten minute slater he was summoned to
one of the rooms which led away from
It. It was a long room evidently u
llbrarj, nnd an old man, with a gtay
face stood b) the mantelpiece, and seat
ed nt tho center table, with his face In
his hands, was Lord Herald.
Ho turned as John entered.
"Will )ou please give Lord ltlcu tho
case )ou found In )our tab" he said,
und John held It out In a shaking hand
Lord Hlca looked nt him kcenl) and
opened the case. The Jewels Hashed
and gleamed once mute shone far
brighter than they shone In his dismal
loom and ho breathed a. sigh of relief.
He was freed from the temptation now.
"You found these In jour cab?" Loid
John tombed bis cap.
"I did sir mj lord, I mean," he said
"Left left by one of jour fares, I
suppose'" be added
John hesitated a moment,
"Yes, sir," bo said.
"I suppose you you would not re
member tho man If jou saw him
John looked doubtfully at Lord Ger
nli He did not move, nnd John grew
red and hot.
"I I don't know, my lord," ho
Tho old man's brows tamo down
sharply upon his gray ejes, und then
took n step forward,
"Well you look honest, and I'll trust
jou," he said "Perhaps you know what
It Is to f.uo double yourself?"
John's lips twitched, and Lord Hlca'a
"Well " he said, "tonight wo uio gl
ing u ball and this afternoon Lmlj Ill-
m's Jewels were biought from tho bank,
und deposited In mj pilvato safe An
hum aflei wauls iic.ul) thllt) thousand
pounds' worth of them had dlsappinied
Some of them were In tho inse In )our
cab The otheis I I have muiingcd tc
get b.uk. Tomonow nm will seo In
the papers nn nicount of the loss nnd
uj iv mu.cT)-, uiu nu explanation of
j; ARRANGING THE LANAI jjj
V ... '
To make the lanat a favorite with
all members of the family, tho first
euro of the housewife Is to make It as
attractive as possible. This can bo
done In many wajs, nnd a little care
fill planning and taste will go almost
as far as money.
It goes without saying that the lar
ger the veranda the better, and in
tmlldluR a house It Is truo economy to
,k,liy Romp interior decoration. If nee
essnry and hulld a big, roomy piazza
But If the house Is already built or
rented, one must take tho voranila as
l'lrst and foremost one needs vines
(Iraccful, fragrant vines clnmborlng up
pillars and sweeping across tho top
from post to post, give n beautiful
back ground upon which to work.
There should be no stiff arrangement
of vines As soon as they arc trained
Into prim formal lines they lose hnlf
their beatit) But they should not h"
allow eil to grow Into n perfect swamp,
The nio-l popular nrrangement and tho
most picturesque Is whero they nro
run up the posts and across top and
, bottom Icavlnc: an opening In tho een
u'r- H"1 0(1KP8 "f ttlllcl- are graceful
'mrves and swa)lnB tendril
The Vines to Plant.
The Virginia creeper, lvj honey
suckle wisteria, clematis, Dutchman's
pipe trlrcpet vie nkobln, hlbertla.
kenned j a lapargerla, climbing nasdir
. nm, tro,)at.olllm nro excellent
I .. . . . - ..
! limbing porch plants One of the best
Virginia creeper. The gorgeous follago
of the creeper and Its graceful outlines,
.together with Its easy culture, mako
'It n favorite climber. The trumpet
honejsuekles are the fnvorlto cllmbets
of Hint species; the) are dcllclously
fragrant The wisteria Is an elegant
I plant Chinese wisteria Is a spring
hloamlnj vine with tassclcd flowers
The American variety Is known ns tho
i Wisteria frutescens
Dutchman pipe has a drooping yd
low l'rontt flott'-,r nltl Ircart -npcJ
,,au, ll ma " "?ronn 'rom Bce"
I1""1 wl" afford a good curtain of fo
Tho trumpet flower Is n native of
China and Japan, nnd will not stnnd
j extreme cold Its ilowers nre of a rich
orange red and appear In termini!
The nkehla (its full name Is Akebla
qulnafa) Is an evergreen plant of Chi-
uesc origin which has n dull purple
flower and glossy green leaves. It re-
quires a moist soil and, like the trum
pet llower must be protected from e
Tho Hlbertla dentata Is not a well
known plant which has jellow- flow-
ers. The kennedja Is a climber with
'small slender red blooms. Thcro nro
two laparg'-rlas a white flowering va
rlety and a pink one They have hell
shaped, waxlike flowers, very dalntj
nnu irngue Tlie) thrive best lu a
rn,1(,r ?and) soil and nro not easy to
I , ,, , rlmaon laml(ler ,g ono of ,
moilt iMirlant of tho climbing roses
Thc. t.lloa nk- ,, ,,, raml)cr,
- U.faeor, ar porch decora
Flower Boxes for the Porch.
In nddlr'oii to the vines man)- flow
er lovers ylacu boes either along tho
inn of the pinch. If theio Is one. or on
tho floor If not and fill these with
nngnt plants The effect Is lovely, for
one not on") has the cool drapery of
inn green vines but tho beauty and
fragrance of the blooming plants. "
5's" ! ' '! I I '" ?
how they were leturned Can jou keep
John caught his breath. He did not
dare to look at Lord Gerald, but he
faced Lord Illca squarel)
"That I can m.v lord," he bald, an 1
Lord Hlca took a handful of gold and
dropped It without counting Into John's
'Now jive me )om name and ad
dress," he sab and iome and seo mo
at eleven o Joek tomonow "
In the papeta the next day following
the uu omit of tho sensational loss of
i-aii) iiuas jewels was a small para
"Lord Hlca Infoimed a reporter last
night that the Jewels had all been te
coveiul and that the matter was at an
end so far ni he was concerned."
That was all and that was all Lou!
Hlia ever Infoimed an) body.
A weik latei John Bcltei became
coachman to Loid Hlta, and a little
later Lord HUa's eldest son went
nbioad There weie many rumors
about him before ho went of racing
debts and gambling nnd dissipation,
but not a wind leaked out about tho
Jewels, and to this da) onl) two people
guess wno stole them.
John Belter guesses, but ho was veiy
near stealing them himself. Mrs, Belt
ci guesses, hut as Loid Hlca saved tho
life of hei little lad she would rather
die tlinn utter a woid.
As for Lord Geiald. he long ago wip
ed out the sins of his youth, nnd even
his father has almost foi gotten that
ho ever had an) thing to wlpo out.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative itromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the monev If it
falls to cure. E. W. Orovo's signature
Is on each box. 26 cent..
Chapter III of "The Opium Cache on
Maul" tells, among other things, how
Dan Cupid shot a random shaft and
wounctcd an amateur smunnlcr. Read
next Sunday's Bulletin
KELLETT & ROBINSON Attorneys-at-Law;
Ilooms 11 and 12, Magoon
bldg.; 'Phone Main 163.
F. M. BROOK8--Attorney; rooms 8-10,
Spreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 844.
CARL08 A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
kumanu St; Tel. i81 Main.
I, M. DAVIDSON Attorney at-Law;
109 Kaahumanu St.
1ARDNER K. WILDER Attorney-at
law; Kaahumanu St.
MCDONALD & LANQSTON Contract
ors and Bulldere; llt.8 Union BL
C. A. COWAN 1180 Union SL, opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4, Sprecl'cls bldg.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & 8UPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
and whirs; Berctnnla near Fort St.
THT KA8H CO, LTD. Two storci
23 27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Bcr
etanln nnd Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort nnd Hotel
StB.: Gas administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; office, room S commodatlon. and this man has grant
Spreckels Block; residence, 1313 Cll licenses with such liberality that
Wilder Ave.; Tel Main 132. Honolulu Is crowded with saloons push
Ing out Into nil districts, especially
ENGRAVERS. ! among the laboring people, and tho
w nrAUTiAwr r-,i .,,, i ..
WEAE-rrdr v ng and
MERCHANT8 PAFiCF.L DELIVERY As a matter of fact, every nppllca
Bethel St., opp. Waverley blk.; Tel. Hon for a saloon license is considered
621 Blue; pkg8. called for and del'd. In executive council, which approves or
HARNESS AND 8ADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. MalfT 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP-Fort ' b1C.'.ng lllC nllthor"-' uln"-ely rcspon
St opp. Club Stables: P. O. box 791. i B'uIc' "J" Treasurer Wright has been
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposite Pacific Club. Newly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot nnd cold water;
flrst-t.nss table board. Mrs. Hana.
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 630 Fort St.; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
St. nr. Hotel.; Tel.
THE OAHU COLLEGE Department of
Music, r. A Ballaso)tis. Director.
Open nil summer for Instruction In
piano, voice-culture, organ and bar
ni0"r- 2173- lm
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon, ' 1024 Bereta
IOLANI QUINTET E. P.
Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K
T.-n.i. ,,.,. mi...-
hauls studio; Tel. M. 231.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Mnsle fr.-
uu occasions. L,eavo orders Berg
strom Music Co.; J. S. Ellis. Mgr.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio. Love bldg. Fort St. I
Telephono Main 231.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
iub laiesi in millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel ?f!4 Main. t
ANTONE PILARE8 & CO. Plumbers '
and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani
tary work. Sower 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 I
4 p. m. '
DR. WM. G. ROGERS-Eye. Ear, Nose ,
nnd Throat: 1U6 Alakea St.
P. E. R. 8TRAUCH Real Estate
handled to best ndvantago; house I
rented; loans negotiated; money 1b I
vested on best securities. 32 Camp j
bell Block, 316 Tort street. i
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St., nr. Nu
vanii. relt, straw, pnnnma hati
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd re
pnlrlmr: Elks hldg, fill! Miller St
G. DIETZ Watchmaker and Jeweler
10C0 I'ort St. j w
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA,
8UQAR E8TATE8, MAGNIFICENT,
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. Ele
gant turnouts; Telcphono No. 126.
LAHAINA STORE Lumbor, Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandise. C. B.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
nnd surgeon; Lnhalnn, MauL
G. H. DUNN Express and drayage;
Agt Wilder nnd Inter-Island.Tel. 113.
STOP nt Pioneer Hotel. Excellent ac
commodations. O. Frcoland, Meh
G. H. DUNN Notary Public. Convey
nnces. Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Ofilco Government bldg
DEFBND TREASURBR WRIGHT.
Whllo discussing the liquor agita
tion In the Territory of Hawaii. It
should bo mentioned thnt the Honolulu
correspondent of the "Outlook" has
mado nn untruthful attack upon Treas
urer Wright. sa)lng that that official
has the granting of licenses exclusively
In his hands. He adds: "Governor
Dolo unfortunately appointed a most
Unfit til fl M In n (nnmlniw nIl -
i country parts heretofore entirely freo
, , ..,.
I prey of unscrupulous saloon men. As a
consequence the native Hawallans are
becoming debauched "
refuses tho application. Licenses for
retail liquor selling are restricted to
certain limits under powcis granted by
law. The Goveinor glvcH the official
word In granting selling licenses, he
seiecieo ror attack: is not known, except
that Governor Dole Is a friend of tho
Anti-Liquor agitators, and a scapegoat
must be had In the shape of some other
official. Pacific Wine nnd Spirit Re
view. Eapthquiike In Ala Minor.
London, Jul) 1. In a dispatch from
Vienna the correspondent tliero of tho
T)aly Express says earThqiiakea hnvo
, occurred simultaneously In twenty
t0,vns ln AsIa Mlnor nm, tlut ,any
- houses liavo collapsed
What a wonderful Discovery Is
I'AIN-KIIIcr! It not only cures the Ilia
of tho human family, but Is also tho
sure remedy for horses with colic. It
has nover been known to fall In a euro
of tho worst cases; and for spraln3,
galls, etc., It never falls try It once.
Directions nicompany each bottle. Sold
by druggists generally. Avoid substi
tutes, there Is but on Paln-Klller, Per
ry Davis'. Price 25c. and COc.
It Is not often that Mainland writers
contribute special stories to the Hono
lulu lur9npa 1.-mm. im. r -
Hatfleld,lLove. written by Edythe Lewis
"..e ".'"". .."? ."'."r
v "', w,,c Wl l,,c regular caniriDU-
,or8 ,0 .The Smart Set w, prove ,
. . ,n-crelna " next Sunday's Bui
Anrone .tntllng n iketrb and rtficrlntlnn m.r
Stilcltlr utrvrtklii nup nnkiiintt Itim Lntli.. ...
tiiTenllon la prtth.blr pitlentabio. Cntumunlrn.
Qiucklr ajcvrtalu our opinion fro.
UnniHtrlcurcoiindeiitUI. Handbook on fate-ntt
lent rrea. Oldflst .ticnc tor securiiwDaleiiu.
ti iiirijuuii jiiunn A. lo.
itnout CDiirBO, in mc
A bandawmelf llluitratt we?k1r. iJireeit cir
culation of ny irlrntiUn Journtl 4ort.,i,f j
year i four month, tjl, ttoMbjruJl new dealer,
MUNNiCOt""--.. New York
LOTS FOR S1I P
V VI 3rAJUL
In Knplolnnl Park
Addition and n
1S7 MERCHANi STREET.
by Miss Ella Dayton
The BROOKLYN SALOON
eetwt.n Merchant and Clue.n.
m Cunningham. Jno. tchaeftr.
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