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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H, T.. THURSDAY, AUGUST 28. 1902. ' ' "U
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EDO YOU WANT ANYTHING?
EVERYDAY WANTS AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
WAN'S GREATEST OPPORTUNITY FIHM.ARGE RETURNS ON SMALL INVESTMENTS
If to, consult these columns.
If you want employe or If you
If you want lodging or boarding,
or have them to let If you
want to rent rooms advertli
In the Bulletin Want Column
Advertise any want you have
and advertise your business.
v . viicigu ui pcupie ui nonoiu.u i
WANTED A position as coachman
or driver on delivery wagon. Ad
dress E. V. A. Chrlstcnson, this of
WANTED Situation as machinist or
wheelwright; good recommendations
J. M , llullotln oftlce. 2233-lw
WANTED Position as carpenter or
wheelwright, good references. J. C.
(, Bulletin office. 2233-lw
USE PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILL.
ER for lifeless, unoven nnd flcUv
balr; It Keeps the scalp clean and i
free from disease. At Tnlon Barber
BOWERS MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Compe
tent watchmen furnished for busi
ness houses nnd residences. Office,
ITS Beretanla fet., Tel. While 991;
P. O. Box 2S4.
WANTED To purchase upllght piano.
Address, stating price, etc., J.,"
P. O. box 832. 2213-111
FOR SALE I'lanu and towing ma
chine, (.heap. Apply Honolulu Ho
"FOR SALE Set 10 ol. Century Dic
tionary. Cyclopedln nnd Atlas; new.
A. 11. A., llillletln office. 2233 lw
FOR SALE Klne milch cow, gives
from It to 10 quarts rich milk per
day. Telephone Main 309.
TO LET Three mosquito pioof tur
nlshed rooms. Apply 512 Ueretnnia
St. nr. Alapal. 2230-lw
FOR RENT Klve room cottage on
South St.; $17 per month. Honolui.i
Investment Co., Ltd., Judd Bldg.
FOR SALE A new Wheeler & Wil
son drop table sewing machine, nt
a bargain. Enquire 1481 Nuuanu
Ave., after C p. m.
FOR SALE The lease of well located
chicken ranch at Kallhl. Address
Rancher." Bulletin office.
CERNS FOR SALE At residence of
Mrs. A. Hopkins, on extension of
Young St. beyond Punahou St. and
makni of 13. F, Dillingham's resi
FOR SALE One large bay horse, suit
able for express wagon, hack or fam
ily use and two wagons, one nearly
new. Address O. I)., this office.
FOR SALE Fine lot on College Hills,
100x150; $1100, terms to suit. W.
L. Eaton. 220C-tf
GASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE 44
horsepower gasoline engine, In
perfect condition. Apply to M. L.
Smith Superintendent of The Hono
lulu Clay Co., Ltd., telephone white
2321, or to Castle & Lansdale, Stan
genwald Bldg. 21CS-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. W. II. Pain,
FOR 8ALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress n. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of-flce-
FOR RENT Two roomed furnished
cottage suitable for two gentlemen.
Apply 1423 Fort SL nr. Vlneyatd St.
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms; al
so other furnished rooms; nt No.
8 Union St.. near Pearson & Potter.
TO LET Three unfurnished rooms;
tiu per month. Honolulu Hotel,
TO LET Cottages, all modern im
provements; $10 to $20. Apply to
A. O. Cunha, 2d houBO above Mor
mon Church. 2202-lm
COR RENT two elegant suites ct
rooms, suitable for office or living.
Metropole bldg., Alakea St. Apply
Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd., Judd
f O LET Rooms Nos. 11 and 12. Mc
Ictyre Building, formerly occupied
by Vlckery's Art ExhlblL Apply to
X. F. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.'a.
FOR RENT noom 308 Judd building.
Apply room 309. 2199 tf
JO LET lloomr bath tub. with either 1
hot or cold water nnu nil mnriarn
Improvements, "'all at Silent Bar-
ber Shop. 019-tf
. -p . 7T. T
TO LET Furnished rjoms at Mrs.
MrConnera Oarden Isnc 205K-tf
r-ine joo irinnno at ine uuiienn or-
Have your machine put In condition
for neat work. Wo repair the belt
nnd cheapest. For positions leave
your address wlOi us.
WASHINGTON LIQHT CO.
F. E. KING'S LIST.
COTTAGE, bam nnd bath house, at
rive-room COTTAGE. King Place;
THE LEASE of C lots nt the Roach
with eotlago nnd barn; nlro bath
House of 11 rooms. IS yrs to run
Price, $1,5H0; $30 down, balance
$25 per m mil .
WHITE LEGHORN ROOSTERS-Well
F. E. KING,
Cottage Crove, King Street.
VATERHOUSE & PODMORE, 39 S.
King St. cor. Detbel, are offering:
COTTAGE of 4 rooms at Walklkl.
RESIDENCE of Fred. T. P. Water
house. Wjlllo St., Nuuanu Valley,
ear the Rapid Transit Terminus.
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford.
Columbia Bar-Lock Typewriters.
ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Most centrally lo
cated mosquito-proof rooms In town;
$2.60 nnd up per week; Adams lane.
Mrs. J. Duggan, Prop.
LOST One gold seal watch fob; at
tached black silk. Liberal reward
on return to cowls & Co., Ltd., loCi)
Fort St. 2233.tf
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to have stock
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent lour of tho
trnngest fire Insurance companies.
FOUND Insurance against the break
age of plate glass at The Honolulu
investment Co. 2061-tf
Mound Builders ;
How They Lived
Chllllcothc, Ohio, Aug. 7. Dr. C. V,
Mills, curator of the State Historical
and Archaeological Society, has Just
completed the exploration of a largo
nnd Important village site of the Mound
Builders near Bournevllle. In this
county, and has made a number of dis
coveries which throw light upon tho
life nnd customs of that nnclent people.
incse discoveries have tended to
(how that the mound builders did not
live together In one Indlseilmlnate tri
bal group, as had been commonlv mn.
posed, but thai they lived separately
In family sioups, each with Its own
dwelling nnd private graveyard.
The other thing which Is no longer
to be doubted Is that the mound build
crs had a more or less perfectly or
ganized system of trade which covered
almost tho entire continent. In recent
excavations ornaments have been dls
tovered fashioned from ocean shells.
mica and copper, all foreign to Ohio.
The village site which Dr. Mills has
Just explored has proved to be one of
the richest ever opened by archacolo
gists. The skeletons, pottery, orna
ments and Implements found formed
the basis of the archaeological exhibit
at tho Buffalo exhibition.
fhls year. In completing the work.
Dr. Mills found thirty skeletons pack
ed In a space of thirty-five square feet
Others, evidently those of chieftains,
were burled separately, and many of
them besides the usual ornaments had
at the head a bowl of beautiful pottery.
There wero one or more spoons of
tortoise Bhells In each bowl and the
bowls had evidently been filled with
food at the time of the burial. In one
,of them a handful of parched corn was
The Dr. ffl.
Alden Elfrtrlc "Belt'
pensory Is guarantee .
an ttie lure'tvs proper
tlcs f the e&nenslve belts now sold by
doctors and drugg" 's. It gives a very
i5tl0"K curnt of electricity and Is eally
' regulated. Bound to supersede others. Can
be had from the underslrned only: no
agents; no discount. Clrculai free. Address
1'icrco uiecti'ic io , 200 I'ost St., Sm
Fpr,,lvn Sent free to Hawaii fur Sfl.00
MISS HELEN PITKIN. A NEW ORLEANS BELLE.
Miss llrljn Pitkin, editor of the New Orleans Times-Democrat's woman's
page. Is one of the best kuown juung women of the south. She Is both
talented mid cbaruilnc-
PETTICOAT BASEBAL I
Brandford, Conn., Aug. 10. A gnme
of baseball wns played nt Pine Orchard
a summer colony Just beyond this town,
on Saturday ufternoon In which the
leading social figures of the place took
pint. One team was composed of
joung women und the other of men.
The woman's team was called
Bluffers" and the men's "The
coats." i:cry member of "The Pettl
loats" wore, besides his own clothes,
the garments of some woman friend.
It wus also In the. agreement that "The
Petticoats" should throw with their
left hands and bat left-handed to even
up matters In the game. At the end
of the fourth Inning each side had
scored scveu runs. The women by
timely batting mid good base limning
scored three runs in the nftb and the
men only two. The left-hand throw
ing wild batting of "The Petticoats"
was strange work. The men as they
dashed around the bases with their
petticoats flying made a superb show
ing. One of the men made It lively
for the women covering the bases. He
tried to do a great deal of base stealing
and would make a dive for the bag and
slide about ten feet, generally grub-
blng the basewoman's shoes Instead of
the bat. Then there would be a
sciiech. -The Bluffeis" team was com-
posed of the following: Miss Broun,
catcher; Miss Howe, pitcher; Mrs.
Gost, first base; Miss Young, second
bate; .Miss Foster, third base; Mlts
Williams, shortstop; .Miss Vrome, left
field; Miss K. Young, center Held; Miss
Uimb, right field,
"The Petticoats" were: Lamb, catch
er; Warner, pitcher; Shaffer, flrtt base;
Tyler, tecond base; Plttln, third base.
Bushnell, shortstop; Williams, left
field; Manton. center Held; Howe, right
DEllo 0, li' OF
Washington. Phyla AkharaJ Varad-
hara, the Siamese Minister to the I'nlt-
cd States, has notlfiH the Department
of State that the Crown Prince of
Slam will leave Cherbourg. Fiance.
Sept. 24 on the Kaiser Wllhelm der
fJioske and will reach New York Act.
1. Ills suite will be composed of Col.
Phyu Itajavallebh, first aide de camp;
Capt. Luang Saraslddhl, tecond aide
de camp; Mom It, Anuvatre. private
lary; his royal Highness. Prince
Chakrabongse, brother of the Crown
Prince, and an additional aide de camp,
C will be at Boston, where he will visit
Harvard and Inspect factories. The
Prince's arrival In Washington Is bet
for Oct. 7, and the Siamese Minister
says that on that day nnd the next he
will b"'at the service of the Presi
On Oct, 9 the party, will go to Phil.
odelphla for a six days' visit, during
which time the Prince will be tho guest
of William Potter. He will start on his
main tour In a special train on Oct 10
to visit the following places: Buffalo.
Niagara Falls, Pittsburg, Indianapolis,
St. Louis. Chicago, St. Paul, Yellow
stone Park, Butte copper mines. Salt
Luke City, (llenwood Sprints. Coloin.
do Springs. Pike's Peak, Cripple Creek
gold mines, Santa Fc, the Indian pu
eblos of New .Mexico, to the Orand
Canon of the Colorado. Los Ancelcs.
the P.iKndena wineries, s,m Diego,
Coronailo Beaili, Santa Barbara. Del
Monte, San Jose, the Lick Observatory
and San Fianclaeo. He will probauly
bail for home from San Frauclsto,
Fine Job printing at the Bulletin
K. OF P. TROUBLES
San Francisco, Aug. 14. The first
session of the Supreme Tribunal of tho
Knights of Pythias for the year 1902
was held at the Occidental Hotel yes
terday. The sessions will be continued
for smcrul days. The Supreme Tribu
nal Is the supreme court of the order
and (ill cases before the bulges through-
"ut the world come to It for lliul set
The principal cases to be heard nt
this scxslou lire IIiom,' of John A. Illn
ey and William I). Kennedy, charged
witli misuse of the Supreme Lodge
funds. Being the most Important mat
ters upon the docket of the Tribunal,
both cases weio taken up at the first
Hlnsey was piesidcnt of the board of
control of the endowment or insurance
rank of the order, und his expulsion Ik
demanded on the grounds that, wbllo
he was president, he, with others,
umong whom Kennedy was the most
ptomlnent, misappropriated a little
oer one-half million dollars of tho
tao(iH ut ,lle order. It Is claimed that
Musey used the money In many
themes f bis own and that when
",e ontures were succesvful he and
,,lls "8!"la(es took the profits. When
lllc lllvestmeuts were not successful
lllut,'' had u way of saying that the
belonged to the endowment
Hlnsey. on the other hand, claims
that the loss ol the money wus the re
sun or unwise Investments und mis
takes of Judgment, and that as un offi
cer of the endowment rank, he acted
as the agent of the order, and Is not,
therefore, guilty of any wioiiB-doliig.
nennedy has been expelled from tho
or"''' bK lhe (!ran'l Tribunal of Illinois
" s 'nKe" un al'leal to the Suprenw
tribunal. He Is accused of nr.-ii-tlrln,.
me tame onenses as Illntcy
In .onneetlon lil. .!, J. ..J'"1' an" the crack
ullexed defni.lnn. f tnn.. ...... .
asMiclates It inav he .mi I..,. . ...lPIocK w.." ulbrol'' h" ttlat "
lime thai l. ...I. .. ,1 ..... "vl'npolblo to fix it The Hliatt Is 1
". ,v.,,u.cu null! UJllCOII. ,.. .,, .. ....
.wie oiuer was about $050,000 In debt,
nnd that at this time, although hut one
'"" "u eiapseu, every claim has been
Mid and there Is a substuntlul balance
In the treasury,
ROOSEVELT TO ANSWER.
I.OIUOlll. Nell Alie 7 1 II.
has mnie questions he "wants piesldent
Roosevelt to answer. In tomonow's
Commoner h will .
"Mr. noosevelt Is soon to start on
one of the most ambition. i.im,,in
'tours ever attemme Z . 7n " ' ""T
or the White House. Iltwi I
to defend his administration against
inde;. , "":ar.,"?."e.c!a!:at,o".'if
nm win 1 , . , ' ' wny
Beer Tn? nn "I1'0" aBalnbt th"
nmln.1 .m.,11 m,,,01M,,re" a" we
?1' . r"lLcrl.mlnalaT 'Aro ou 'a
current 1? ,WZ Hm WlU' "8 ass;l
.VmLn' ? a.nc, hlnhH a,ul llB re-
leeniable sliver dollar?' 'Why not take
the tariff off of trust made articles?'
fhese quchtlons nresent Iksik.o nn
u.hi.,1. 1.. .. . . . ""
....... ., onuuici enngnten the pub-
In his business was icsponslble for It
, miv ciiiiciEiii which nas been 1 mM .,., ,in ..... ... ..".., .
n. , I T oiuiicu nit) ..a., ic-furci 10 1110 repairing of the ouiciaia are very iloubtnil If It will be
IL . I'"."1'". cr: a.nd now ht''s a mw- lban ut "' City of Pokuts Inqultlea Polble to make a bubstltute lor the
1 lie-in L'fit'H n mnn iiriw. ..... ..s 111. ti'iii. 1 ...
,,.. ",' AJ.'iaturc. iwere made yest3rday affruoon at tlu trartmed thrust-shaft In Japan '
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ARE VERY NECESSARY
STATEMENT OF CAP 7. J. -REMAIN
SMITH SHOP AND THRUST
DLOCK BROKliN HAD
Yokohama, Augunt 9 TL, Pitifio
Mall liner City of Peking, vuM. on
dundny morning l.uf ,i. umibli'il in
(he Inland b'e.i. neir lniaua.u about
12S miles from Kob., armed at Kobs
it, tow of the Olen !'uc ti lui.u tilnn
roy yesterday mornniu i,ii , i Kjb
chronicle of Friday r-i h 14 Vaili
Holut ut about i:M () t.- tnvho
saloon passengers ill -h: .juleri
ted had remained 011 the I a' whl'. 1
two, one of whom v.a , n..-li . M Kim
went to their destln itum 1 .ei,amt
On Thursday moroum 1 uj. 'ma
tle of the Chron'ck- hiv i L tlw
taptnln and chief i'r,ti',ir w.t'i ie
nurd to tho breaklri-t ot t," ws"' i
thnft, which will o,c tb Pa.1.! Mall
Company many thoiiKimiH ot yen, b9
sides placing tho Itucr on the shelf ful
como considerable fine The Ctt i
Peking, although K"ltin:j old Is stilt a
fine vessel. It may lie mentioned that
her masts and y.trd'i cuiy Hutttclent
sail to have enabled her to reich port
nad the accident occurred In the open
sea. As Captain J. Trcuiin Smith
explained, It Is not tiic Unit time that
such tin accident h in lii'f.UU'ii the ship.
Some three years .1150 ulic broke her
tall shaft and sallcl mnU" cant an for
ftlteen hundred niilci a-tos the Pa
cific, but In the n irrow v.-at"r of t'je
Inland Sea such a coursv Vould ha. a
In answer to Inquiries Captain
Smith said the iiec'dcnt oc urred on
Sunday morning about tbie miles o
the north of (malum, ml the nrit
knowledge those on Iniril hid of any
thing having occurred v;.m th stowln?
down und stopp.l;;c or ;li. vessel
When the nature ot the acMat waj
discovered, she w.t. allowed to drift
with the tide until a iui anchorage
was readied, and a nouu as pottible
a telegram was dlnp itched to tin
agent at Kobe, thoui;li It appears that
this did not reach the aut till the
following day. Whei the hhi't broke
a sound was heard by tuoi In the
engine room as If the Inn' wa ground
ing, but no sound v-m bend bj those
on deck. Besides the twelve cabin pas
sengers, the vessel i.iruej the Chi
nese. crew of the comp lay's new tin
er Korea. In referrmi; our reporter to
tho chief engineer for tecum al details
ol the breakdown, Ci.itva Sra.,'a said
that the thrust-slrilt .md thrust-block
were broken, and tb.it the vesl would
have to wait In Kob.- until a new shall
arrived from San Fraud 10
Mr. McClure, who lui beeu for twen-
,y,flvf ,y?rs an K,K"'r "a " ".
. lfl S L 1 till AtlfUlirlt It. iii.i, 4 . JL .. .
was kind enough to snow o.ji- i$pie-
sentatlve a sketch he had nude ot the
tin ust-shaft, and very caret u" ex
plained ever) thing The Hhaft of a
ship Is In four sccHou... coniiotlni? 01
the tbrust-shalt, uinl the malu. Itfier
mediate, and tall Hlntfi On the ta I
shaft Is fixed tho screw , aad the (linn--shaft
Is that neareut the enitltiia ami
tho most Important acctlon Tl.t
length of the thru.it-hUutt U thliteen
Icet, and the crack etenili tu a dla$o
Ial '""''tlon for thrc- le-c Ttte tUru.t
Inches In diameter aud twenty Inthej
on the rings, and when it Ik explained
that the tlirust-shalt take) all the
Btraln of the engine, und amo bear
the strain caused by the levjlutlon of
toe Bcrew against the ire-.iur? of wa
tcr, the reader who In ujt acquainted
with engineering tctliulintthe will uu
dcrbtnnd the difficulty which the enal
nceis had to face K.H auitlier part
ol the bbaft brokon It could nave been
repaired or replaced, hi Iij. been done
before at hea, but In tliu c se thei
wus nothing to do but to wait patient-
i r.-T """Jl" " WP""U
m '" 1 '! .., .....
S - wt-.-
i,m nli,.n,iv .1,. ,.,..,
"w W till! VTJJ
?rin ' tu-c.ty ot
Kme t"18 navigated tha Pacific, on
hw voyaBC8 betW0B ' I'rancJico
" Hongkong, the only serious acd-
uent "'' e has r.ullered was that
,etema ,0 when Bh0 ''rake her shaft
'' c'088'ne thej'acllt. and then no
Is of life occurred She has now
otsed the great oce.i 1 US times. Th
recni i.mnL.i,,,, iu ...... . ., ,
.r" -"" " "u" u iiiune m
occur without any
warning, and which iiilht have oris!-
..ivu m u luinuie ii.iw in the steel.
IV.. .. n.l II , . ... "
!, nun, nuuiu uv none in Ivolie, i
(wero Informed that notftlui wis decld
cd upon, and that an lni. tor had
that mouilng mudu on inpctloii of
the ship, with n view to .-abllug par
ticulars to the head ofti. j Kotliliii
would he done until In.itun iium,. wer
leeched rrom San Fran.uig U was
thought that It might not be nAi-nshary
at all to dock the ship, a the woi.
could possibly bo doiio.frotn the Inside,
italn, and Ujmht that
Iu .. ... ,..v,,u., , tvJ i,ui.iei: - -... au,i,c ..tu iiiibseiinerii n,,,i
KELLETT & ROBINSON Attorneys-at-Law;
Rooms 11 and 12, Magoon
bids i 'Phone Main 153.
'. M. BROOKS--Attorney: rooms 9-10,
Spreckela bldn.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONQ Attorney; 13 Kaa
aumanu St.; Tel. i81 Main.
J. M. OAV I DSO N Attornoy-at-Law ;
109 Kaahumanu St.
PRIVATE BOARD by
V "7 Adams lane.
the week. At
VleDONALD & LANGSTON Contract
on snd Builders; 11S Union St.
;. A. COWAN 1186 Union St.,
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
:. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4. Sprockets bldg,
ACIFIC VEHICLE & 8UPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wngons, harness
and whips: Beretanla near Fort St.
THl KASH CO, LTD. Two stores
23 !7 Hotel 8t. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Ber
etanla and Miller: hours 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort and Hotel
Sts.: Gas administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil an
electrical engineer; office, room 4,
Spreckels Block; residence, 1313
Wilder Ave.; Tel Main 132.
W. BEAKBANE Card cngravlnq and
RUtnplng: room 2. Elite bldg.
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY
Bathel St., opp. Waverley blk.; Tel.
fiCl Blue; pkgs. called for and del'd.
HARNESS ANO 8ADDLERY.
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. Mra. liana.
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 630 Fort Sl; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
TERRITORIAL ME83ENGER 8ER.
VICE Union SL nr. Hotel.; Tel
COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL Love bid?..
will hold summer term during Julv
and August. 2200-'f
OLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield.
Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K
Kail's stuulo; Tel. SI. 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 all the year
round. Hot and Cold Wa
ter Baths. Bouffet, Llv.
ery. Electric Lights.
L. H. DEE, Proprietor.
Ring up Phone Rod 71.
but that remained to be seen. w mv
adJ that as the result of Inqulrlej
" 01 ine Kawasaki dockyard the
-.- . -"-...w: am
ci at tho time of tl'e lecent n.-ci-deir
The Kobe Herald reports that
Ca;,ialn Smith Intimated that the i.
1 a 1 , ot the vessel might
1 I I
TO CURE A COLU in ONE DAY
Tako Laxative liromo tjulnlna Table'.
All druggists rotund the money ir'n
fails to cure. fc. v. drove's rlanatur.
Is ou ouch boi j, cnt
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING.
JAMES SHERIDAN SIS King St.,
near Opera House. 2230 U
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon,' 1021 Boreta
1 MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
all occasions. Leave orders Berg
strom Music Co.; J. S. Ellis, Mgr.
E. K, KAAI Teacher of strlnn Instru
ments; studio, Love bldg., Fort St,
1 Telcphono Main 231,
, HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel. 2(!4 Main.
ANTONE PILARES &. CO. Plumben
and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani
tary work. Sewer connection a
specialty. Charges to suit the
times. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
Tel. Blue 1862.
DR. SLOGGETT Hyo, Kar. Nose aud
Thoat; office at L'yn and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. WM. G. ROGERS Eye. Ear, Nosa
and Throat; 1146 Alakea St.
REAL ESYA'I E.
P. E. R. STRAUCH Real EstaU
handled to best advantage; houses
rented; loans negotiated; money !
vested on best securities. 32 Camp
bell Blcck, 316 Fort street.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St.. nr. Na-
uanu. Felt, straw, panama hata
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and rt
pairing; Elks bldg, 616 Miller St.
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHA1NA,
SUGAR E8TATE8, MAGNIFICENT
8CENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACHITIE8, ETC.
G. H. DUNN Express and drayage;
Agt Wilder and lutcr-Uland.Tel. 113.
BISMARCK STABLE8 CO- LTD.
Wallultu Maul. New vehicles, live
stock. Prices reasonable. Car
riages attend arrival and departure
of all regular steamers at ICahul.il
and Slaalaen Bay.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables, Ele
1 gant turnouts: TclcphoncNNo. 126.
LAHAINA 8TORE Lumber. Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandise. C. n.
WAILUKU HOTEL Wallultu. Oeo.
B. Scbraeder, prop. Flno grounds
and best accommodations. $2.00 per
G. H. DUNN Notary Public. Convey
ances. Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Office Government bldg
Honolulu Investment Co
Real Estate and
i Jnsurance Agents
u ,Gcar;:j President
Henry Smith vice President
Ernmett May Secretary
! D. Holt )
W. O. Ashley Iludltrii
T. E. Wall.... .......)
JUDD BUILDING, MERCHANT 8T.
PROPERTY BOLQHT AND 80LD:
' LIFE, FIRE, MARINE AND PLATE
: Our Soda Water
'GINGER ALE, CREAM SODA,
I KOMDL. ROOT BEER, Etc.,
Is sweetened by the use of nure
caE,fup'lr We use "0 cheap
substitute, ONE REA80N
WHY 6UR UBVERAGE8
ARE TUB BEST AND TUB
Ertmpl delivery anywhere and
everywhere In the city and Wal-
Consolidated Soda Waterworks
Company, Ltd, -
Telephono Main 71.
1 Works 601 Fort 8treot
!onsalves & Co..
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