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BVBN1N6 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. THURSDAY, AUGUST U. 1902.
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anrl artum-tlt vnup htitfia-
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catfd roan. Address X X Mils of
USE PACHECOS DANDRUFF KILL
ER for tnli8 iinevm ami li My
fcnir It kn'iiB tli'' mi nip i li .in audi
fnt (rimiliaw t I nlon I la 1 1 r
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND j
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Conine-
tent uiitihmon rurnlshi il tnr bust !
ncss horwt and ioslcli.ici" Offlre.
TTs He 'inula bt , Tel White 3'tl .
P O. Hot :.
WANTED 11 gentleman "in in.-m
TurnJuhnl milage distant Hum
ntrtet X. this offlu J2J1 lw
WANTED To pun base uptight piano.
Address, stating price, eto., "J.,"
P O Lux M." 2:' 11 I'll
FOR SALE One large ba hoi -i milt
able fin i xpress wagon hai l m lam
it ti ami two wagon one neail
j- lld.i-KS O II tills Offlie.
FOR SALE Kino lot on College lib's,
lOOxlMi, cash. $1100. V. I., Eaton.
CASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE 41
horsepower gasoline engine, In
perfect condition. Apply to M. L.
Smith Superintendent of Tho Hono
lulu Clsy Co., Ltd., telepbono wbito
2321. or to Castle & Lonsdale. Stan
jtfcirald Bldg. 2163-tf
FOR SALE 1 Lodge & Shipley power
lathe, 1 drill press, 1 pipe cutter,
cuts rjp to six Inches; nil new ma
chines, now on hand In Honolulu;
also one steam launch. "V. H. Pain,
FOR SALE Coral rock for ailing. Ad
dress It. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
FOR RENT One I room cottage .
WalMW within 2 minutes walk fiou
'at line, between Hopkins and IIIsi
ops sKllih. Apply to L. K Stern
nana. Kurt St. opp. Club Stable".
TO LET l-roiit rifcm, suitable fur two
gentlemi'ii. with two beds and bath.
Mrs. Dlikercon, Randalls lane, oft
Ktnnia St. 2220-1 iv
THREE nl(el fiiriilshed mosquito
proof rooms. 14o Puiuhbowl St. I
2218 lw I
FOR RENT House on slopes of .
Punchbowl; fom bed roonm, mosqul-1
to proof electilr lights, barn and
sTanN quarters Address O. Y
Hulletln office 2117 lw
FOR RENT Most deshable cottage in
rit ; f, roonn, furnltuie for halo as
whole or In pait. Second lottnge
couth of I.iiualilo, opp. Hai kield St.
FOR RENT SW room cottage, bcrv
ants' quarters and nice grounds; Lu-
Tallin St. near Pensacola Honolulu
Investment Co.. Ltd., Judd Uldg. j
tw? ln,r .'i ir,."T
with bath, electric lights. Apply 1460
Kmn" 3t' 2214-lw
FOR RENT Room 308 Judd bulldlus.
Apply room 309. 2199 t!
TO LET Cottages, all modern ini-
ITOTeinents; $10 to $20. Apply to ,
A. O. Cuulia, 2d house above Mor-
FOR RENT Two elegant suites ct
looms, sultablo for office or living.
.Iletropole bldg.. Alakea St. Atmly
Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd , Judd
&Tdg. 2201 tf
(TO LET Rooms Nos. 11 nnd 12, Mc-
iitjTe Building, formerly occupied
V VIckery's Art Exhibit. Apply to
X. F. Bishop, at G. Brewer & Co.'s.
J0 LET Roomy bath tub, with cither
Hot or cold water anu all modern,
lmpniTements. -"all at Silent Bar-'
er Shop. ?019-tf
" mm -
tw k.c i ruruiBiieu rooms ai
MrConners. (Inrden lane
WOOiVl AIND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Most centrally lo-catt-d
mosquito proof rooms In town;
JI.50 and up per week; Adams lane'.
3!m J. Duggan, Prop.
LOST A rrniale fox terrier two black
potion head, very short tail, lnass
collar with tag. Answers to naino
f Tudie. Reward for return to Oej.
Martin, llobton Illdg 2223 lw
i-tp--"any inousanns of dollars
snfflclently Insured. Honolulu In- 'T, , , ' , , a"","""e lne 'ar'
TMtment Co. represent four of tho division., In tbe hands of competent
atrongwt Are Insurance companies. nien x motion to this eife-et was pais-
cuiuiiau jic-kiuuuuk to nave biock
Have jour machine put In condition
for nont work. We repair the belt
and cheapest. Tor positions leave
your addrss win. in '
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
F. E. KING'S LIST.
NUely furnished housekeeping rooms
nt Cottage (Irove.
The room COTTAGE. King Place; I
LOTS af the Ilnch; IS year to run.
Good bathing. $"3 to J100 per
COTTAGE, barn, bath house all new
at the Reach; S0O; temis tltij
Oo'vn, bilnnce, 23 per mouth on IK
F. E. KING.
Cottage Grove, King Street.
VATERHOUSE & PODMORE, 39 S.
King St. cor. IHtheJ, are offering:
COTTAGE of 4 rooms at Walklkl.
RESIDENCE of Fred. T. P. Water-
house, Wjllle St., Ntiuanu Valley,
near the Rapid Transit Terminus.
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford.
Columbia Bar-Lock Typewriters.
FOUND Insurance against the break
age of plate glass at The Honolulu
investment Co. 2051-U
If IK! READY
The Veiling Men's Republican Club
hclil theli annual meeting In the .Malic
llliii.i lull on Kort meet last night.
There was a good aiteinlanie of tho
vounger clement of the llepubllians of
the rlt. The irsult of the eleulon of
ffliu-h wan jr follows:
President. I.oriln Andrews
Hrt lie Pn-slilent, S. M
Second Vice Flcsldent. J
Hteoidlng Secieiury, I). H. cn(H.
''eiiiioponclltigSce'retaiy, P. It. i.m.
Tieasurcr. A. W Senliiuy.
Sergeant-iit-Arini,. Cicugi. Huliliell
Tin i ball man Mppnlnteii the follow
ing eniollment committee-
Kouith Dlbtrlet Kliht I'leilmt, 1'.
It Helm, .second I'rerlnit. W. W llai
rl. Third IMeclmt. I: A. Mou-.Snilth;
Kouith I'leilmt, Mr Nott, Kifth Pre
clnit, O. C. Swain; Sixth Pnelnit. Mr.
Klfth Dlitrlit Illghth Purlnit. Mr.
Knlelkaii, Ninth Pieclnit. A W. Sea
bury. Jonah Kiimalae was uo added
anil other appointments will be inside
kiiortly. ihe lommlttee went to work
last ,llKllt an" "" t T .ap.alns of
,,rccllll8 , ,,e ,, at ,;,.,,
TlR. p.esld.nt nated. In opening the
Borkl"K thv - euliiK. that Hie annum
"""etlUB Bhoiild hae been held In Way
but owing to the lack of In jdquailt-is,
'his had to be di-fencd However, ar-
inngemem had been made for the ufco
"I tbe Malle-lllma hull on Port Mieet.
for the remainder of the campaign
and this flace would be open at nil
times for the accommodation of meru-
When I.oriln Andiews was re-Heitei
pusiclent of tin ilub, he was tailed
upon for a spceih. Responding, bo
said lie was ei miiih gnnlfled to llnd
ihe ilub at hi:, haik. He on his hliln
would do what he lould to make the
organization an eneigetli faitoi In thu
j coming larnpalgn. Ireubinei Seabury
juild he hoped bo would not lime to
ion twire on the membeib for their
;?,'. '"",tsmem , , ,
r,llle was " s"KKetlon that dues of
" for ,,lc mmpalgn be lequlred both
of the olil nml new mpniKiipii mt .i Iti.
, Mr. objection, some of thoe piesent fuvor
" lug voluntai M.bsolpilona at the va
rious meetings. Finally, the by-laws
were changed to the effei t that thu
treasurer Is now empowered to make
a lev upon the menibns for a cam-
,,alsn ,l,ml' ' lo be nall b 'aoh I1"'1"-
The president was empowered to ap
point a innipulgn committee of ten
Ibis (ommlttfe will be announced Inter
VV. Pearson mentioned the fact
that tin mallei of eanvasBlng the pre-
ilmts was the most Important fi'atur"
of the club's work nn.i shmil.i t, ...,,
un immediately. He snetriiil thm the
aptalns get to work, tubdl-
.m.i,. .i,-. , . . .
LADY HENRY SOMERSET.
I-oily Ilrnry Pomerct. who will
nttend tho W. C. T. U. convention nt
National British Women's Trinpernnco nnoclntlon nnd president of tho ito '"- whimsical. And so she has pro
world's W. O. T. V. Him Is tho foremost reformer ninong nil tho women of nounreil white or gray the correct col
her countTy and Is especially popular with the temperance pcoplo In America. or nut this Is not to be wondered it
Lndy Henry PomerM't I the eldest dnunhter of Karl Sotneis nnd was married when one considers the nresent rrmn
to Lord Henry Komerset In 1873. She
books on woman's work.
SHORT STORY FOR
Now. wbHt huvc jou on oui mlmi;
demaudtd Violet Raymond, us hor
iiiothur Ilnlshi'il Ills third nip of tea,
V.IH. mi nit. r ,i,.n ,...inii,,
Tiui.u- i.. i. .....i "is .i ii. ..'
London Is a tenible place; that a
- .... ju'.uu. I 1 - III! tll.u III II
milllirl Hilt and afti'inoon tea an. Ibii
only things woith living for; that at-
truism Is a mistake on it hot day, and
lliat I ought not to have Invited a man
to visit us."
I should think not," c rled VI. slaru
mini: the lid of the tuimt.
'My dear Teddy, how Inconsiderate
ly Kood-niitimd on uie," leiuiirkcj
Aunt Nellie In tones of mild lemon
si ram e.
"Whole will you stow him nwav ?" In-
qui l ed Ethel I. in us.
"Who'b the i hnpple?" nsl.i'd Cad ly
'Itulph Colmore. VI." raid hei broth-
cr phuldl piocluilng a ti'legiain fioinr1 ,s,'s
bis Jacket pocket. bo saving she fell gracriully over
Oh Ticletv .b.m n int.i ..n" mr,, .
ed Vlolt-t "Mr Colmoie. of all people.' '
Why Its tlnce years since 1 met him,
nod he still lives In m.v inemoiv as a
truly awful man. . . ."
Nonsense, mv dear girl." said hr
biother, ilslng with much leluctanre.
Now- I must to thu stutlon for my
Rlnv Have some tea ieadv for our
gu.'bt, he lb a shocking old "maid."
He hurili'il Hshoin nn,l irn,i n,rv." "" 6'i'iuen mirror at mc result or
Ihe fields. Raving them to condemn hla
eaieless good-nature. '
"Mr. Colmoie doesn't look much llko
a hulMledg.d chick," said Ethel, as
they watched Teddy letumlng with hla1. K , a "a8I reu' &no nmtc'" ono
giH-st. I hand beneath his shoulder and, swim-
They were talking with gieatanlma-
tlon. Teddy's laughter pealed c,s,
the fields, the other man smiled giim-!
ly. Hu was very tall. thin, nnd blown,
and carried himself e.eet but without
swinging his should., 1,1,1, ,.i
nito hud what Violet stigmatized as nn,
awesome ani,etlt.- for ten m At
him ungainly. Lm... the dlscoverel ' , "m"1 v.o.eiwai Kneeling
that lie bad grave g.av. peering eyes U'h " .1'lm' Kl,uutlB u'rectlons In n
a keen clean,,,, lace io thin that the "',',', ', Uh1fe"r! "A Joclor. quk-k!
muscles were visible wo.klng beneath '' " 'r ,"" liru,n! ' ' 0l' ,looU; ai
the skin when he spoke or smiled. Ho ' " ,l.'"l1' nn, ll ls a" ni' fauIt' '"
Nellie deelaied that he looked inr more , , ' "'" ,r""ul" v,aB a I""'J'"'a'
like an Invalid than tladsden. the fat c,"""ct w"'""'. "-'l ies l.el..K rnm
and frollcsonie Yeomaniy heio I " K","',n' Pmc'lro. However, the pa-
After dinner, when thev sat beneath !tlt'",,,, ''?"''' .tho mailcr wlth mmI'
the awning In the sott light of lupnn- fa,'Kfl0111 a"'l lo ''" '" sturlllite the
. . i?lfl linir lit a
ese iiinterns. violet was nnnojed .ul .,,, , . , . , ..
find that hu still utalned the tiltk of , ' fr,Pl a ,,cn8,ly fra"(1' sal,, Colmo.o
stealthily btaring al her. The Illon '" eTlnniHon to Ills filends. "Rut tho
binoked In silence enjoying Ihe cool ,act is ''m J"st 1,"n,e from ,he T.an-
air, while the "hunters' moon" ,OS0'vna '"' tills Iwlo In my shoulder."
slowly over the hills, spreading Its ,, ' n,fillt mr '"""er Coimu fill
told pale light iiiDu tbe gentle flowing '. I"omlBe ,0 tel' "'em a i""""!
Mleniu. The led lights glowed in tho 'Ii'" ft way Prly 'ls ""wn.
distant village, the may blown hills
were hushed In the shadow, the world
vmik jesting In penee and silence, bro
I in only by the subdued tinkle of n
Bbtep bell, the eaiissing mstle of tho
breeze among the iiuls, and the tiiur
mure-d bong of the ilver tilckllng over
the stonis beneath the bank.
The next moinliig Colmore devilo'
ed in.iic peculiniitles. Pairing lirra)
last he- contesseil Ills Inimillty to row
pui.t or swim. He made the admission
without a blush, and VI secretly rltrlxt-
i ned him 'the complete molly coddle '
She absolutely scorned him. and ti,
mn.l .-.-. i.wt ilrtn t nt ., ttt. .. niST.. .1 -. .
.,..u.,.. n,ra,u, e- , ,. uuri.lg tno l,iorce aectvlc Co 20Q pojt St San
following days to win her appiobatlonl:rar,-.lco, Sent free to Hawaii for tS.OO
SOON TO VISIT AMERICA.
lslt tho United States In tho fall to
I'ortlniul. Me.. Is the nrrsldont of tho
Is tho nuthor of several widely road
wito moie tliun wohUmI
quIcM won the filendslilp of Aunt
Nellie, and the terrier. Pip. was devot
ed to him. while he shared with Teddy
noun ilnndertlne Joke over whlrh the
yelle! with laughter when alone. They
were happy lounging das of golden
suiiKl'Ine. when nothing but a belated
nual could niffle their pence. Even
VI wus bound to admit that the "molly
coddle." nt all events, wns not In tho
. and be listened with a never-tlr-
: Intuest to daddy's bloodless rem -
",s ""'" i" udiiuj-s uiunuiem rcm -
. nun i in cs or the honors of wni.
"VI." said her gentle aunt, one d.iv
wllc" ""', Bero '" ,np wnter. "why
fln" ' 5"11 lnh '"tie niole notlio of
,nnI '",or -"r' Lolmoic:'
"" w"' H'nted tinner the boat
"vVb. my dear?" Inquired VI, perch-
r'' ou ""' 1B"- '" ' neither Interest-
'" "01 euteitainlng."
"The pool mien Is veiy much In lovo
with ou Just as lie ustd to be," urged
the svmpathetlc spinster.
"Whli h does not make him any tho
nioie iiiieiesting or enterlainlng," an
swe'e-d In r niece wltli a pretty pout. "I
nevr nut surh n man. He can't row
jswlni. slug oi talk. He tan onl smoke
and stun' at .von thiougli his ojo
Il"1"11 naiill a splash: hut even
l"r"' Uim N'l'lllt' 1""1 0"llmil "Oh'
'' Lolmoie dived fiom the lop of tho
"""','uo', " a "0" strong stiokes
e n ae neci uer anci tnen, suenii niy los
"D" ,!,l ,,"w,'r ,n "la ar,n" waMnved
n''l'"-'"'l- Aunt Nellie screamed, for
'"-' """'" over sue saw a reel stnln
.'"renillng on the shoulder ol his Jack
I01 V1 ,ta""1'""' saw " too. and thrill
i.'!or "'l'5'' bWam to llls assl-tance. Tho
tom""'u' moU' codcllo" floated on Ills
u. , '." U"J "lmosl C0I"P'""'"'. '
', " "10 watcr roun(I "ls "ca" was
.,'"'; T010"?15:' g,."u.C(1 """ 0"r
"' nc,f c,"ea ," "'"
llt Wn,r' ,,er brcatl1 camo '" 8h,)rt'
'rL7' fiaS"S-,c . . ...
, '-'"n0 climbed to the top of tho
,unl- "n"1 tht,n fe" In In a heap. In
,-,' , '
",l u"l," ,," "'"KKeieu to unci inn
&. Alden Elertnc "Belt'
iM? pensory !s guarantee
t to possess
ii' all tilt evirct.e proper
'ties of the expensive belts now sold by
doctors and drugs! 's. It gives a very
Istionj; current of electricity and Is easily
plated, Hound to sunerse.de others. Can
! 'T Je. U?fc.te,?!L.oniX.i "?
."T" "t vtJVl 111 Skrfl I LUIUI IlkVI MUvII CJ3
A BUS1 AP BATHING SUIT
h..lililiti'A&.kkA4.iJ.i.iid. h i. ti.tf. I, ftri. !... it.BJ.ii. ij...ij T
KELLETT 4 ROBINSON Attorneys
The summer girl If she Is quite up at-Law; Rooms 11 and 12, Magoon
to .Hte, wiU make for herselr this sum- )1(lg . .phone Man 163.
mer a bathing suit of wool burlap Th'3
l tile very latest decision of Pame
I'liililon regaidln? the costume for tli1
watr, and ery practical for once lias'
this autocratic old lacy been
Th.s new material looks like a wool
ly veiling, although the mesh Is as
i'("irw as the weae of a coffee sack
Its weight Is naught: through its
uai-Hp meshes It sheds the water is
thoiMh greased, and It diies while ou McDONALO A LANGSTON Contract
urn on our way to the bath-house So ora and Builders; lle8 Union Bt.
It i little wonder it seems the Ideal '
fabric for the din In old ocean. I BICYCLE REPAIRING.
j Something New In Flannel and Mohair.
I Mho making for the happiness of the
wiinan who loves, her i-alt water bath
Id a tlanuel that will not shrink and a
molnlr that has a thread of mire wool
I In it Surely the manufacturers tme
iiecii good to us this ea-. The non
rthrtnkable llannel and the wool warp
mohair had their tlrst trial on Florida
i"i beaches, and were pronounced
't-'pwartliy of womin's deepest love and
gritltude. The Improved flannel does
not shrink or thicken nfter prolonged
weir, and the mohair is glen more
body by lrtue of the heavier turead of
wool Long may ITiey reign
White Is a Fashionable Color.
The up to date summer girl, whatov-
er may be the material she chooses,1 ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Ber
will have her bathing suit In white or, ctanla nnd Miller; hours 9 to 4.
silvery gray. Dame Fashion iinlng w ., . . . '
lioen practical In regards to materials. D5; ".XTMiViffir .r.lnJ
miiHt be allowed now a bit of latitude 8tl" 0a" """n"'tergl tor extracting
j Tho only objection to be raised U
.the fact that these colors are apt to
lie unbecoming n ver.v serious obje;
However, hu tlon for the woman who studies her
appearance carefully. To ov
this, cheery colors are Introduced Into
the tilmmings. And the wise and tem
perate stout nomnn will aiwas cling
tc black and dark blue.
Given a white flannel or alpaca, the
rule Is to round the blouse of It out Hat
about the neck with a square sailor or.
long dress coat collar.
A sailor's vest
(It. into the V in front, and a floating
xri-f of gay. washable silk knots In a
.four In hand on the bust. Very much
.iour in nana on the bust, very
Htmin i-idi m ih niii-'. .i,-,.,a nn.i
n mnif mirnrliiinn . ,,-,! r ,...i.,iTHE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182
Is expended on Its decoration.
I" ! ..t. u..iv,i w. IHIiailUlli
aro shawl collars that roll back over
the Hhoulders wlth'stralght edged or
note lieu revers tapering as far as the
wilst line: short, shaped collars nnd
double sailors. Some of tliem are
braided in patterns, some are bound
with a eo'ir and speckled with Trench'
knots or. the broad binding, some have'
application, of elabora'e
silk or flannel, or linen (lowers, and
Fume show stitched straps further set
off h groups of tiny pearl buttons.
The Beach Hat.
Cicnh brown and cream-white straws
or a (in" Italian braid, known In Ens-
land as Thames hats, have Just come
ov i foi beach wear on this side. They,
ii'e as dose-woven ns Indian baskets
and tin be fastened under the chin for
e ralililiu on which erurslons they
prumlie to be extensively worn: tlie
nultalile crablilng or clamming gown'
belli a sandy brown wool-burlap bath
in.; dress. I
t-tf-t-f r-4-(4"Hf t'
It was In the brl-jf Indian summer,
when their river life was draw lug lo.
a close, that VI talked of their pleasant
holiday with Ralph Colmore.
"iou were very unconcerned when
I wis In the river." she complained, "so
It is no use tiretemllnt? ?rntltu,lu nn-
Why, ou only asked me once the fol-
lowins morning If I had a cold."
"Hut you assured me ou ha3 not.'
he replied, with gravo anlet
"Hut that should not have prevented
you fiom constantly Inquiring."
He thou jht for several moments, and
then said, with apparent Innocence:
"Do nu know, if a fellow saves a
gills I'le, It Is considered good forn
for him to piopose to her'
"Av.iiwaul. It he l.s a bricklayer." re
mained VI, with a tace that helled her
"Don't you ti.ink If a man Is a fool,
you knov, and It Is the other vvav
nbout that Is, jou know. If the girl
saves the man. ami eh: don't you
think. ou know, the tradition ought 10
"Mr Colmore' What are you trying
"Why. Miss Raymond I'm trying to
propose to jou, VI'"
"Then do be qui. k.' she said, blush.'
"Beiause I'm go'ng to accent you
Ralph -he whispei-J turning away
Set of 5 maps, 82.00
60 CEXT? EACH
")n sals at ofbee of . . .
THE . . .
p. m. BROOKS
-ttorney: rooms 9-10,
Spreckcls bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 16 Kaa-
kumanu St.; Tel. iSl Main.
J, M. DAVIDSON Attorney-at-Law;
109 Knahumanu St.
COWAN 1186 Union SL, opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4, 8precl:cls bldg.
PACIFIC VEHICLE 4 SUPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
and whips; Beretanla near Fort St.
THK KASH CO., LTD. Two stores
23 27 Hotel St. und cor. Fort & Hotel.
r.. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and . E. MORIKUCHI i4 Hotel 8U ntNu
electrical engineer; office, room 4,1 ""'"'- Felt, straw, panama lata
Spreckcls Block; residence, 1313
Wilder Ave.: Tel Main 132.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room 2. Elite bldg.
MERCHANTS' PAfcCFL nFI lUFHV-
Bethel St., opp. Waverley blk.; Tel.
ti.i muo; pKgs. called tor and del d.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
., ,r-.,.. .,...., .. .
St. opposlto Pacific Club. Newly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot and cold water;
flrst-c.ass table board. Mrs. Hana.
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; S30 Fort St.; Love
"Ids-! latest In novelties.
I VICE Union
I 3C1 Mal-
SL nr. Hotel.; Tel.
COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL Lovo bldg.,
will hold summer term during Julv
and August. 2200 'f
'OLANI QUINTET E P. Hatfield,
' Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K
i Kaal's studio; Tel. M, 231.
A FAMILY RESORT.
Cottages and pleasant
rooms, American and Eu
ropean Plan. Excellent
Cuisine and Service. Spe
cial weekly or monthly
Best of Surf Bathing and
Canoeing alt the year
round. Hot and Cold Wa
ter Baths. Bouffet, Liv
ery, Electric Lights.
L. H. DEE, Proprietor.
Ring up Phone Red 71,
Make a Good
By having your photo
token. .My work Is
of the hlftheot quality
and prices reaHonublc
J. J. Williams
Take elevator In Uoston Block.
ST. DAVID'S HOUSE,
715 Howard St., Near Third,
II - it tl I I r H - 1 J. , H I Sj
"i - i i n -i i'l ' 1'. , r I t
, ' "" '' - ir- . .1 J',1 .
I il Ul tlfc v e.111 II J I clt
Howard St. electric cars pasi the door.
ANNI3 MONTAGUE TURNEI-Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon," 10243ereta
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Xslc for
nil occasions. Leave ordel Berg
Btrom Music Co.; J. S. LIllaMgr.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of 8trlanatru
ments; studio, Lovo bldg., )rt St.
Telephono Main 231.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PAR3RS
Tho latest In millinery, etc.;!otoa
bldg.: Tel. 204 Main.
ANTONE PILARES 4 CO. Ftnbers
and Tinsmiths. All kinds t sani
tary work. Sower connectni a
specialty. Charges to sd the
times. Corner Vineyard and mma.
Tel. Blue 1862.
DR. 8LOGGETT Eye, Ear, No and
Thoat; office at Eye and Eariflrm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a.n. to
4 p. m.
DR. WM. Q. ROGERS Eye. EaiNost
and Throat; 1146 Alakea St.
REAL ESTA'I E.
P. E. R. 3TRAUCH ncal ataU
handled to best advantage; linos
rented; loans negotiated; mniy la
vested on best securities. 32 imp
bell Block. 316 Fort street
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring an r
palrlnc; Elks bldg, 616 Miller L
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHABA.
SUGAR ESTATES, MAGNIFICNT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC,
G. H. DUNN Express and drayca;
Agt Wildcr'and Inter-Island.Tel. IS.
BISMARCK STABLES CO, LTD.
Walluku Maul. Now vehicles, ve
stock. Prices reasonable. fer
riages attend arrival and depart
of all regular steamers at Kabul
and Maalaea Bay.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. !e
gant turnouts; Telephone No. 16.
LAHAINA 8TORE Lumber. Whca
salo Liquors, Merchandise. C. X
WAILUKU HOTEL Walluku. do.
B. Schracdcr, prop. Fine gmunj
nnd best accommodations. $2 00 pr
G. H. DUNN Notary Public, Convej
nnces, Deputy Tax Collector. Lcgi
Documents. Office government bldg
Honolulu Investment Co
Real Estate and
A- V. Gear President
Henry Smith vice President
Emmett May Secretary
J. H. Fisher Treasurer
J. D. Holt )
W. G. Ashley )udltcr
T. E. Wall )
JUDD BUILDING, MERCHANT 8T.
PROPERTY BOLGHT AND SOLD;
LIFE, FIRE, MARINE AND PLATE
Our Soda Water
GINGER ALE, CREAM 60DA,
1 KOAIOL, ROOT BEER, Bte.,
Is sweeteneJ by the use of pur;
cane su?ir. We u no cheap
substitute. ONE REASON
WHY OUP. BEVERAGES
ARE TUB BEST AND TUB
Prompt delivery anywhere and
everywhere In the Jty ani Wal
klkl, Consolidated Soda Waterworks
Telephone Main 71.
Works 601 Fort Street.
Gonsaives & Co.,
AND WINE .MERCHX.NTS.
225 Queen St., Honolulu, H. I.