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If you want lodging or boardlni, ;
or have them to 1st If you -
want to rent rooms advsrtlM ". I
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In the Bulletin Want Columns,
Advartlaa anv want vou hava -r
.. Thlt l the cheapest advertising ever T
j offered the people of Honolulu.
and advertise your buslnssa,
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HELLO) Have you dandruff? Try
Tttttttft Dandruff Killer. At Un
ices Barber Shop.
SOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Compe
tent -waKtratn furnished (or bust
sua nouses and residences. Office,
1TI BertUaia at.; Tel. White 981;
F. a Box Sti.
FOR SALE OR RENT The lease of
an S-room house, lot and stable, on
on Bnchholli St.; sultablo for chick
en ranch. Apply L. Asbahr, First
National Saloon. J323-U
FOR SALE Eucalyptus fire wood, 16
and $7 per cord delivered.
Union Kxpress Co.
FOR SALE Masonic Temple and Ka
taenameha Souvenir Spoons.G. Dletz,
Jeweler. 1066 Fort St. 2303-lm
FOR SALE Cheap coral or filling ma
teria) for xtasty roads and walks;
ring up llaln 314. M. Yamada.
TO LET Furnished rooms with board
at 4S8 King St.; mosquito proof; hot
and cold bath: running water In ev
ery room: electric light, etc.: first-
TO LET Furnished rooms
rURNISHEQ Beaut ill v 2 rooms.
Iront and back rooms, $4 and $8;
lno tuirlnr.- TiHvntP fnmllv. 53 Vine-
r , ,. .- ------- .
3-ard St. north. 2320-2WI
HOUSE, FOR RENT signs for sale at day. ready to sail 'for Honolulu, Guam ?,' ? T 'JR'n?? T a,wny Ut at Ka"h1, he C0U,d np
the Bullrt'ln offlc and Mania with sunullea and th uln8hnm. Senator . C. Achl, Hep- predate the sentiment of those peo-
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
SfcConnel's Garden lane.
FOR RENT TWO DCW ZSlOry COl
.b .. a .
USM. .itnated on Kukul lane. enVX i -The New York will , P",or' P"k,r Pret"u-
L'.f" "'.i. WJLU7..l?'ot Tracy, report was read
."";:. ''',' " ,: fcr.,
HoiolnVo ' 302.U
FOR RENT: Furnished Rooms-Nice, '
ecol mosquito proof rooms; $2 per
.. Alakea St House, Alakea St
Tt Hotel & King. 22C5U
FOR RENT House of eight
ouse of eight rooms
ply to C B. Reynolds, 1040 Green
FURNISHED HOU8E FOR
lxns for sale at the Bulletin office.
TO LET-Roomy bath tub. with cither
Z: m. .vnm.
w Bn'"'- 019"tt
J. W. PODMORE, 39 S. King St cor.
Bethel, Is offering:
FURNISHED COTTAGE, Suitable for
couple; $10 per month! 3113 KInau
Vhotnlx'fnsurance Co. of Hartford.
Columbia Bar-Lock Typewriters
Toledo Self Computing Scale Co.
ROOM AND BOARD.
'stream off Folsom street. Is of great
UNFURNISHED ROOMS TO LET ltere8t t0 ilBhUeMB along the water
CARDS lor sale at the Bulletin ot- t, 'J launchmen cou'ld reap a
ce. great ba?vtst were vuitors allowed on
HELEN'S COORT-Most centraliy 1c rd the steamer. But they are not
catul mosnulto-Droof rooms Intown:
M.KO and nn ner week: Adams lane,
Sirs. J. Duggan, Prop.
FOTLEASE signs for sale at tbe Bul-resuft from the Mslt of a throng of Bbo"' that "mfney than m0St Pe
lotto office. 'neonle. whose main obiect would bfl .pl!.ln.,bal D,eet,DE.- ...
rmiun tn....onne .cin.t the hrenii
go .of plate glass at The Honolulu
Investment to. st'oi-u
LOSTV- Many thousands ot dollars
' tirongn neglecting to have stock
-sufficiently Insured, uonoiuiu
TestBient Co., represent fpur of the
strongest Are Insurance companies.
HI3L.P "WANTED. -
WANTED Middle aged white wom
an to do general housework and
care for children. Address J. K.
WANTED A No. 1 Chinese cook at
488 King St. No other need apply.
F. E. KING'S LIST.
COTTAGE at Cottage Grove. Five
NICELY FURNISHED housekeeping
room nt Cottage Grove.
TWO ROOM COTTAGE, with bath,
mosquito proof, electric light, water.
$11 per month. At King Place, near
tho German Church, Ueretanla St.
THE LEASE of 6 lots at the Beach
with cottage, barn and bath-house
of eleven rooms, IS years to run.
Price, $1,500; $300 down; balance
$25 per month.
L0T V tueDEACHt wllh.rrIatcr' ,enc'
.., " "- " '" "
F. E. KING,
Cottage Grove, King Street
Tel. White 1461.
San Francisco, Dec. 1. The French
bark Vlncennes, eighteen days from
Honolulu, was off the Heads last even
232C-UI The cable steamer Sllvertown began
-2 roomstaking In coal yesterday In the stream
oK Folsom street,
trip to Honolulu.
urenarntorv to her
v l '
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gradating class of & .Anapoll.
I The bark Albert, seventen daya
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irnm innniiiiii wiin -(tiiii hum rv
'""- -w... .. -v m6-, wfc
cruise. ti, naval nflielaln hvP ,!.
elded that it would be unwise to move
,he ,, from ,ier Drwent m0orInKs
for the purpose of coaling. This can
be done without proceeding to the navy
ard by the aid of coal lighters. '
Vallejo, Dec. 8.-The United States
B,i,0l'lhto mon)lnB. TIie offlceri
ship Wyoming was placed In tbnj-
man0 T D Q ,, ' ete(.u,ive offlc(,r
d jLster F. Do "el I
Dec. 10. The Han-
Pl.lln.1nlt.l.lfi n l.a.nnn n t.ulnln.
Bhlo at Leaauo Island Navv Yard.
. ..mui.iwu.u, iv UKmv lia.,
I The freight Bteamer Callfornlan Ii
'expected to reach port today from New
yrt U cSrenrt
w"h u general cargo for Honolulu
San Francisco, Dec. 7.-'The Pat
Mall steamship Peking, after a Ion? i
delay at Kobe, left that port last Wed-1"
nesday for this city, and will arrive
In about two weeks While nearln
Japan, several months ago, on a home-
ard-bound trip, the main shaft In th,
Peking broke, and It was necessary
.J. S!....' .". L..i -. rf.
await the arrival from Uethleham, Pa .
.of.a new duplicate of Uie Broken
lion of the shaft. Captain Plllsbury
Is at present in command of the Pek-
Ing. but he will retire from the com-
uanv's emnlov unon arrival home, to
'take the position of marine surveyor;
'or the National Underwriters.
I San Francisco. Dec. 8.-The cab,e '
steamer Sllvertown. Ivlmt In the
.uu, ouu uu twuu '"
"hoard without permission from the
cable company or Its chief representa-
tlvo on board the Sllvertown. The of-
I fleers and artisans on the vessel, profit
'inn l.i trnitlvim anArlaniA itftiliA tr
avoid the great annoyance that would
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to secure possess on of a souvenir of
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.!t"u,r, "'".." Bx." .".' '.".
Not having a stock
of souvenirs bandy, the officers con'
elder that lie best and 'easiest course
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Itomo Quinine Tablets.
.All druggists refund the money If It,
in-r;' " n, v. .U.v,v, ..B .-.
! on each box; 25, cents.
; ; ' '
i "For Rant" cards on sale at Bulletin
g by ;e ouTex Vrkn de, re to "" 8ho"ld b ""d- Mr' ' tlou hVt "out o sp"ec"t fo he sent.
'.... V'l 1L . "..: v., ...;. i Parker was a kamaalna and knew more ,,. ', , rh, m,tn .,
Voice of People
PREVAILS TO KEEP
In response to the Board of Health'i
Invitation to the public for n confer-
ence on the question of closing up the
cemeteries within the city, a large con-
.course of native Hawaiian with a few
wh,,e cMhms nttended the weekly
meeting of the Hoard yesterday after-
noon- The assemblage filled staudlug
room out ,n, the corridor. Many of
the natives were women, one of whom
delivered what was amng the inudt
pointed speeches that were heard. It
was "" a remarkable object lesson
,no,DE the pious respect of the Hn
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oy the Hawallans, notably the verier- a cemetery. To Dr. Sloggett's assur
able Dr. Hlrmn Blngbam, the whole once that no hasty action was contem-
Duruen.ot the jiopular expressions bo-
Ing that the Doa.rd should not act hast-
lly, but should await legislative action
providing new burial places and, es-
pcciany, snouio avoid putting the poor
m mt mercy 01 private cemetery en-
terprlscs. There was a pathos about pea red there as an Individual and rc
tbe appeals that could be felt by any oIced In the opportunity of taking part
unpetnnea nean, anu me result was
tbat the Board tOOk action Of itR OWU
motion which went bejond what was that there was a sentiment ln the com
asked. Practically, the matter was In- munlty. In the year 1820 a little house
With the president, Dr. H. C. Slog-
Ettt, were present Attorney General E.
P. Dole, Br. W. I.. Moore, Dr. C. B.
Cooper, Mark P. Robinson and E. A.
""J- r D,r; ITd IS
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"'""""""' "'"" "-
,L - . - Hopkins as Hawaiian Interpreter,
rtiaoiiB wie ciuzena auenuing were
noticed David Dayton
M8a, j. i,. KauluKou, h. J, Testa, h..
II. F. Wolter, Morris Keohokalole. J.
A. Hughes. John Barker. W. Sea and
a . Vierr ,
on0 "wpreieu. ana rresiuent b og-
f,e" , !' . ,TZZLl Z. ?
""??" c.,e"r. 't'1 ?Uch. Waa.'0
T,1 .' "le m. ,V..D lo l"e """"?
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,i 11 SS,k r . ll T Li
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ing against the closing of Kawalahao
uruae iui u iiieu to
mi regaru to Kawaia-
hao cemetery. No reason had been
,t,0Wn for 8l0"plnE L,,rlals there" nor
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llIV IUI bill UUI1UI U, lilt
,""" u"" """"." " "v "'"? "u "u"
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n,acre. or and ln Kawalahao which ,
,'a'1 not et ,)een us' consequently
"l,ere Oould "ol Ue 8Ueh "cr:rtvllnG
UR had been represented.
Dr. Sloggett said that the Board
would take Into consideration the pe-
. ' ' "" ,k" nnd U'e
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CeZ U-L Vl'l , i J
'r Kmttlae Bald tBat adoptive
.' Llvee" ca",akver ':
TPl7u ! , TmI hn ? n
knc.w uw?cre t0 p,,t his hand on any
'part that was overcrowded. For forty
rsTa,L?1lfi? TL o, It &
por-itlQn .' hm. ,? hllvln ...
r."." ",; ,iTJ;,rn,, . .k l,i
ltn nB ln the country w,,en I10 Bald
llbat there wa.8 no "e rcom ,D a"
'.Balah.ao metvry. The speaker began
"aue comparisons ueiween nnwaia-
.ua and Nuuanu cemeteries, but wa
J"" "X the chair that Nuuanu was ho
,1,en under. con.8,,le.ra '?nV ".! w?.nt
"" lu ' """ "'" "ml) .,."'"
b"" cemetery was now but little occu-
P,ed r"'"8" " tbe W
"" ab ",h. ,lb"e r "en !na,plenn.
H ki h.,i n.. h.n u tn i,n
him, but bad never been sick until ho
moveu ; iruiu uiera. -ir, ivuma-
lae agreed with the previous speaker
that the consideration of Kawalahao I
wr, woiter siateu mat ne naa an in-
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.lereBt both In Kawalahao and Nuuanu
.leresi uuui in iiuwuihhuu mm uuuuii
cemeteries. His advice was to wait
until the Let-Mature provided new but-
fa places before closing the old ones
Olve all those people a chance to be f
$20 Belt fot $5,
"Dr.Aldcn'a Electric Belt"
Wurjnud ctnuii hoti
Beiitty mail on receipt Of S&
Trv ElectricIlT. NoAtftDU.
rce 3fii-crr2iio Co,
06 roit St.. SAN IBAUISCO. UL. w
33 Hrit 24U Stmt. KEWY0RK.N Y.
WmifS sasasasM' X J iLf 'aiV
heard on the question of the burial of
Oppression of Poor,
Mr. Achi remarked that It was but
a matter of about two months until
lno i,egln1aturo .wouM meet. Tho
members of the Legislature would
Give due consideration to the matter
If asked. There was a cemetery down
at Kwu wheic they chnrged $100 for a
lot 12x12 feet, if the other cemeteries
were closed It would result In the llkd
of that, which was an oppression of
tho poor. There were available lots
of land on both the Pnlama and Walkl-
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plated, but that the meeting was
called to obtain the views of the peo-
pie, .Mr. Achl responded that he was
one of tho people and spoke as such
Dr. Bingham's Reflections.
I)r. Ilinelmm announced thnt hn an.
in the expression of opinion. The nt-
lemlnnrp thpro u-nilM hniu tho Ilnni-il
was made for his father at Knwala
bao. Ills. youngest brother was burled
there In 1822 and he supposed that was
ihe first Christian burial in Honolulu.
Hc confessed that within tho Dast few
'"" Wh!n l,B 'elt ,hat ,,e La,1,b.ut "
S "" .r..nt .mo.Et . Ae,t .
111m, no nau onen looKeu ni inai spoi
where his departed kindred slept.
when he thought of Derhsns be ne
burled In the crater of Diamond Head
P t", ''( -ri
where and prepare thq Hawaiian!
prepare thq Hawailans
gradually, so that tbey might not think
ibm-ih ,.,. h.im. .l.u.cn nt
.. ..r nvaw mvihb uiiivii uit vt
.Tlit. i ,.s.i...i k .-. ,..,.
h Q !. t gradually. Make a
n,,.' n0 burial shall take plac,
, ,, .
there of anybody who was not b,
Honolulu, nor of anyone under 50 years
f age not belonging to a family having
i;cmete.es Heioro settlers.
Mr.lUarker said he had bought a lot
with the expectation thnt hlmsplf nml
i,,g family would be burled in It. Tho
cemeteries were mere ueiore people
vtetit to live a ones de of them.
Irs. Hose stated thnt ithf. hail n nlnt
the Catholic cemetery, where her
' Mil her chlldX-n were burled.
and -moreover the plot was not full.
'"" was room.
A, , u Hao 8tn(eu that he wa8 the
caretaker of Puea cemetery at Pala-
ma. Some of the graves here wen
ni0 and ten feet deen. hut none wern
i. than clx feet deen. There mlelit
be one or two nlnres where nn ,.,,mn
"n lal" "I"3" a.no'her' but 8t, h"
n8 u 8real upal ol toom'
Mr- Vlerra sald he "Presented tho
Portuguese Evangelical church, in
whose plot at Mak.kl there had been
Un,y "' burln,s- U batl room for sev'
eral hundred. There would be Injus-
,c. )n ,httinir ton nn i...rini. ..
I" P.r H601"
a '".,'" f""- .....
,,r- ."e'eKU"u. i "o orator,"
Po"e against closing the cemetery
near the Insane Asylum. He protested
agalnst uepilvlnB ,housands of natives
0f the privilege of being burled In ths
ipM t0 hlch they lQoked forward u
thelr aBt restlng placc, ,,e gad ha
had regard for the poor and not the
"ch In his remarks.
JIr Kaulukou, said that "If all the
'cemeteries were to be heard from,
there would be np time that evening
B(jJourn t,)at mcetng to BUch tlme aa
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(h Uoar(, of j,eaUh m ht app0nt
The Peo,e Preva
n. M,7nr ,nfo ' ,, tt.,, . .
ments expressed at this meeting, the
report of tbe city sanitary officer be ac
cepted and laid on the table."
At first the completeness of this
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.:": VZZ, "JT.ii:.-' Win
B, t expla,ne(1 tnat lt meant
,mt th malter woum u ,
tald for thc prcseDti E0 far a8 tho
Hoard's Initiative was concerned, there
nero murmurs of gladness throughout
the meeting. The motion was then
carried without dissent
Thanlf you," exclaimed Mr. Kaulu-
Irmi nn. 'A1 rltrhtl1' RAvernl vntrpu
i Q V
pne Job prIntng at tho ButlcUtt
We hereby give notice that MR. T.
F LANSING Is In no way connected
with the former Insurance agency of
Gear, Lansing & Co., which on Sept.
3d, 1901, transferred all their right,
title, Interest and good-will of their In
surance department, to the Honolulu
Investment Co., Ltd., and that Mr. T.
F. Lansing Is not entitled to the patro
nage formerly given to the Gear, Lan
sing & Co. Insurance agency, by rlgui
of his sale and value received from us
for all his Interests in the above nam
ed Insurance agency.
In view of the above we respectfully
solicit the renewals of all fire Insur
ance formerly carried by the Gear,
Lansing & Co. agency.
HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO.,
LTD., Judd Building, Merchant
In accordance with the by-laws of
tho First National Bank of Hawaii, at
Honolulu, notice Is hereby given that
the annual meeting of the stockholders
thereof will be held In Honolulu. Island
of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, at Its
place of business on Tuesday, Janu
ary 13, 1903, at 3 p. m. of that day, tho
purpose of such meeting being elec
tion of Directors for tbe ensuing year,
and for tho transaction of all such oth
er business as may be necessary or
brought before the stockholders for ao
Dated Honolulu, Dec. 9th, 1902.
V. G. COOPER,
The annual meeting of the members
of the Honolulu Library and Heading
Room Association will .take place at
their rooms on Friday evening, De
cember 19th, at 7:30 p. m. Election
of Trustees and other Important busi
ness. 11. A. PARMELEE,,
Jas. Nott Jr. has removed bis plumb
ing establishment from Ueretanla end
Emma streets to 1048 Alakea street
near King, where ho will be pleased
to see bis patrons and friends.. Tele
phone White ISfl; correct this In
your telephone bcoks. 2250-tf
CASEY IN COMMAND.
San Francisco, Dec, 10. Thirteen
booming guns from the battleship
Wisconsin at 2:10 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon announced the departure of
Rear Admiral Casey and the haullni;
down from tho masthead of his two-
starred nennnnt. The crew of the first-
I class fighting ship was lined up on
deck to ceremoniously take farewell ot
I the commander In chief, who boarded
I a steam launch bearing the stars and
stripes and his own pennant and went
'over tp the New York half a mllo
away. Admiral Casey was In full unl-
Iform and accompanied by bis aide. The
New oYrk's band played a welcoming
'air as be stepped from' tbe launch, and
when bis pennant had been run up on
the halyards the cruiser Arid the cus
tomary salute of thirteen gunB. Then
the crew was piped to quarters, and
tho clearing smoke from the saluting
'guns left the stately cruiser tbe flag
ship ot tbe Pacific squadron.
Captain George H., llelter, who has
been in command' ot the battle-ship
Wisconsin ever since she was placed
In commission, and who was detached
from the vessel upon her arrival a few
days ago from Panama, took formal
leave of the ship Monday, and In com
pliment to him the officers of the Wis
consin rowed him ashore. Captain
JRelter Is regarded as one of tbe most
popular officers of tbe Navy on this
Jcdast, and keen regret Is felt alik.i
among officers and men on the Wis
consin qver bis departure.
FOR TEA IMPORTERS.
Washington, Dec. 10. The Senate
and House today both passed the bill
tntmilnf1 veftfcrrlflv fnr Ihe relief nt
.... . .,. i .... ...v . -.
'the tea importers. This bill permit
the withdrawal of tea no-v in bonded
I warehouses after Janur.ry 1st. with
out the payment of thi 10 per cent
duty. On January 1st tea goes on Out
free list. It will probably be signed at
The annual meeting bf the Oahu Polo
Club will be held at Elks Hall, Uere
tanla and Miller streets, bn tbe even
4 Ing of December 23d. Tuesday next.
I Tho annual election of officers will ba
I held and tbe business affairs connected
with the recent tournament will, be dis
cussed, J, P. Cooke Is mentioned for
F. M. BROOKS- .Attorney; rooms t-10.
Spreckela bid;.: Tel. Main 344.
CARL08 A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
umanu St; Tel. 181 Main.
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE of 2,000
books and novels; 6 best 25c novels
$1; 15 good novels, $1; 600 new win
dow shades halt price, 25c up; 60
enameled beds. $3.50; carved D-wood
beds, $4; double hair mattresses,
$7.60; bureaus, sideboards, $7.50;
mirrors; pictures from 25c up; Ian
tcrnB, door mats and cutlery. Guar
anteed watches, $2. S. MATHEWS)
710 Fort St opp. Fire Station.
ING CO. Best black sand from $2
to $3 a load according to distance
hauled. Coral rocks for stable,
roads and sidewalks. 1018 Smith
St.;-P. O. box 820. Telephone Main
YOUNG TIM KEE Fresh Island but
ter, meat and eggs; California
fruits. Nuuanu and Kukul Streets.
C A. COWAN 1181 Union, opp. Pacif
ic Club; typewriters for rent
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4, Sprechels bid.
THl" KA8H CO, LTD. Two stores
23 27 Hotel St und cor. Fort $ Hotel.
E. SHIRAISH, Carpenter and Con
tractor Day work. Tables, safes,
etc., made. Cor. Nuuanu and Ku
T. SATAKA Carpenter. Picture
frames mads to order. 9S Beretania
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
K. 8EGAWA Contractor and builder
houses moved; painter and paper
banger; work guaranteed. Employ
ment office. King St. cor. Alapal,
CLEANING AND DYEING.
T, MA8UDA All kinds of clothes
rlnnnti'1 tlvnii nnrl ronMrpil. TCmnTnv
VIVHHVUI UW HUU -.w.. ... ... a.. ,,
ment offlco. 1416 Fort St. near Vine-
yard, Honolulu, T. H.
TANAKA Clothes cleaned, dyed and
repaired. 777 Aiakea near nsnmar-
T. HAYA3HI Clothes cleaned and re
paired. 537 Deretanla cor. Punch
MR8. F. T. KELLY Dressmaker.
Stylish atreet and evening gowns.
Fancy walnts made at short notice.
381 Beretania street next to Central
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort and Hotel
8t-i.: Qag administered for extracting
MRS. A. L. KING, Florist Limited
supply of Violets and Lilies ot the
of tho Valley for Xmas trade; Pot
ted PlantH, Hawaiian Curios, Cala
bashes a specialty. Orders tor fan
GUITARS AND UKULELES.
J. E: 8ANTOS Maker of guitars nnd
ukuleles. Beretania and Alapal.
GROCERIES AND MERCHANDISE.
M. M. SILVA i. CO. Dealers In genor
ol merchandise and groceries; C5G
Beretania between Punchbowl and
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL All convent,
ences. Hot and cold baths. Tele
phone. First-class system. Fine
rooms 12 per week. Jlng and Ala
kea Streets. Best 25c meals ln city-
The old Sowing Machine Agent, Is still
In buslnesH at 912 BETHEL STREET,
6tack on Hand Standard, Domestlo,
National, ( Sea'mstress, New Home,
Household, ' Expert and Vlndex.
Call and see. Try and' buy.
.... , .
J. A. NUNES Richards Street, near
Queen. Shoeing a specialty. Work
neatly done, and guaranteed. Tel.
TH08. LIND8AY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 630 Fort St; Love
bldg.; latest lnnoveltles.
THE VILLA HOUSE 12C3 Fort St.;
nicely furnlshqd rooms for gentle
men. Prices reasonable. Central lo
HENRY C. DAVIES Piano and 6rgin
tuner. Address Post Office Box
COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL Love bldg.,
Fort St. Its methods are tho result
ot 30 years' experience In teaching.
ANNI8 MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Ulgnon," 1024 Beret
E. K. KAAI Teacher ot string Instru
ments; studio. Love bldg. Fort 8t
Telephone Main 231.
8t nr. Hotel.; TeL
OCHlAI Expert massago treatment
for sick people. Beretania St near
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING.
JAMES SHERIDAN ,343 King St.,
near Opera House; leave orders at
Hawn. News Co. music store.
TO LET Nicely furnished rooms;
centrally -locate; on electric line;
prices reasonable. No. 540 South
King St. '
ORPHEUM CAFE Star' Block, Fort
St First-class meab 25c Neat din
lng'rooms for ladles. Polite waltrs.
Y. DOHI Straw hats of all kinds
made to order; dry,goods. Hotel
Street near Bethel.
e. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St., hr. Nu-
t-nmi Cult elpnitt Pnnnmn tint a
i UUIIUI A -lt DtlUK) 1 UUHU1U "!
SHEET-IRON WORK, plumbing, tin-
nlng and sewering. PrIces low; all
work guaranteed. JOHN. MATTOS,
554 Klna St. next to Territory Sta
OR. 8LOGQETT Eye, Ear, Nose an
Thoat; office at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St Hour is.rn.ta
4 p. m.
PICTURE8 AND FRAMES.
J. H. KAHN Largest lot ot pictures
medallions and mirrors Just arriv
ed. Pictures framed to order.
Prices low. 1301 Fort Street.
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and ra
palrln; Elks bldg, 616 Miller St
WANTED Purchasers for our "For
Rent", "For Sale", "For Lease", and
numerous other cards. Apply Bul
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA.
SUGAR E8TATE8, MAGNIFICENT.
8CENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. Ele
gant turnouts; Telephone wo. izs.
LAHAINA 8T0RE Lumber, Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandise. C. .
Flrw Job Printing at the Bulletin of-
HONOLULU BOWLING PARLOR,
and PING PONG COURTS
The fall, scnaon ol the Parlor la
opening with q rush.
The Bulletlr). 75 cents oer month.
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