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KVBN1N0 DULtETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17. 19 OS.
The Ullle Ads with the Big Results
oo Pnuo . NSW TO-DAY, for Now Ada.
HOUSE On Vineyard St.
nOUSK-On Beach at Walklkl.
OF71CE3 In Watty Dulldlng.
VTAJUttlOUSES On Queen Street.
taaprored And Unimproved Proper
Km. Houses In all rarts of the City.
BISHOP & CO.,
7.1-2 itory residence, 1213 Matlock avo.
1 hit., elec. wire, one blork from 2
car line; good locality; $20 p. ru.
P. B. II. Strauch. Walty Illdg., 71 3.
Kins St. 32C0 tf
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gentlemen. At
71 Berottnla 8U 3270-lw
Cottages In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong KwM, Smith St, mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lano.
oirly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
X-. 34 Vineyard BL 2723-tf
ConUshed rooms at 1223 Emma street
Mrs. MeConnell. 2R3
On Rapid Transit car betwocn Wnl
klU Torn and Walklkl, an Aloba
Templo fez. Finder return to thin
office for rewnrd. 3271-tf
female wblto fox tcrrlor, long tall. Rc
tnrn D. II. Kolllaa, Fort St. opp. old
Normal School. 3273-2W
Jet brooch, leaf shaped. Reward at
this office. 3281-lw
Hawaiian Dallastlng Company.
Best black sand from $2 to $3 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Maunakca St ; P. O. box 820.
Tclcphono Main 390,
DYEING AND CLEANING. I
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; ropalrs bicycles and fur
nishes employees. 620 King St.
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 637 Bcrctanla St.
For house-help, phono White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Offlco,
cor. Pcnsacola and Beretanla.
Umbrellas repaired and brass polish
ing. Takata, 1284 Fort SL
Blank books of all sorts, lodgers,
ate., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. Th J.
Carlo Tawn Vo Hotel and Union.
fin Jon trie. Hi k ai Th H-.illnuo
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B Fresh Meats 1
5; Fresh meats required for your dally use, 2
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j- The old saying is, the best is cheapest; 3
tZ: Wc have the cheapest, best' and freshest. 5
g Call on us and get your money's worth, 15
Then with the wise you -will have a berth. 3
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E MEAT MARKET j3
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Beef cattlo for sale at Ka-
A huku Ranch. Knu. Ha
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Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from can and Punahou
College. Address It, F, this offlco.
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tage and nmplo grounds desirably
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er Sewing Machluo Store. Alakea St,
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Address It S. K Bulletin.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
EDWARD ARMITAOE, M. D., PHY
SICIAN AND SURGEON. HOTEL
STREET. OFFICE HOURS: 8 TO II
A. M.; 3 TO 6 P. M.; 7 TO 8 IN EVEN
INQ; SUNDAYS, 9 TO 10 A. M
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
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77? KING 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUN8ELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 STAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers.
itc, manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub-
Mrs. Hodgson. Teacher of Piano, or.
gan .autoharp nnd singing. Over 20
years' cxpcrlenco In England, New
Zealand and FIJI, Quick progress
with thorough training. Well-marked
tlrao, correct fingering and sym
pathetic expression, carefully taught,
llcsldenco with Mrs. Ganzcl, corner
lrt and Vineyard streets.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano warerooms
of L. E. Thayer & Co., 168 Hotel St,
opposlto Young Ilotol. All ordors
for tuning promptly attended to.
Sea Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Roar Union QrllL
Go and see Wong Kau for lock, gun
smith and general repairing. Nuu
nnu botw, .Merchant and King SU.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos L)ro9., Union abovo Hotel St.
rer nice, smooth shave call at
Criterion Shoo. 1111 Fort St.
SkSs ..-v-sp-T?- -5$?, v
IIUIIIUI AND SULLIVAN
At last there Is a good fight In view
for tho lovers of boxing. "Kid" Sulli
van of San Francisco nnd Bill Hulbul
of Honolulu have. been matched for the
lightweight championship of tho Tcr-
This contest will take place at the
Chinese Theatru on tho 3d day of Kef -
ritary and will be a fifteen round go.
Hulhut hns always been a good draw
ing card here and as Sullivan Is a first
class man the fight should attract much
attention. This Is the first tlmo that
Htllhul lias been matched with n good
man of his own weight nnd his admir
ers nro nnxlous to fee
Both men will start training at,
onec. Sullivan will be quartered at the
Ilcnlanl Boat Club, where he will have
every convenience with which to con
Some Interacting preliminaries nro
to be nrrnnged ami It Is qulto likely
that Nelson and Harris will come to
gether. If these two were matched thoy j
would attract as much attention as tho
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There was an enthusiastic meeting of
dog fanciers held at Will Fisher's of
flco last evening. The meeting was
very well attended and from the pres
ent outlook there will be a fino club
Will E. Fisher opened tho meeting
with a few remarks as to tho object ot
the meeting, putting forth many strong
nrgumonts why a kennel club should
Fisher was appointed as a tempor
ary chairman and Dwlght Stein acted
as secretary. A commlttco to tako
steps toward tho organization ot tbo
club was selected. Tho following are
on this committee: Chas. Hustace, J,
llatchclor. Dr. Ilowatt. Clarence
Crabbe, C. Campbell and Will E. Fibb
thoso present that members should be
taxed $1 per year as an Inltlntlon and
dues, A letter from the secretary of
tho San Francisco Kennel Club wa
read. This letter asked that the local
club bo associated with the American
A list will bo left at Fisher's offlco
nnd any ono desiring to become a
charter members can sign at this place.
Tho next meeting will bo held ou
Hulliul and Sullivan meet on thf
night ot February 3d.
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Sailor Morch feels Indignant becaus
ho was not given tho match with Hul
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There may bo an exhibition game of
baseball between tho Punalious and II.
A. C.'a on Washington's birthday.
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Much Interest Is being taken In the
coming tennis tournoy at Oahu col
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It may bo that tho Kara Alumni
will enter a track team In tho next Held
day. If such Is tho case the Diamond
Heads will loso many good men. Akc
na, Sheldon, Jones, Scharch are all old
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Sullivan will train at tho Hcalaul
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Lovers of boxing would enjoy a good,
warm fight. '
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Meat Markets and Soldiers will mccl
again on tho diamond.
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If Bob White docs not land the um
plres Job noxt season lie will play ball
with tho Puni.
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Evers, Kea, Mooro and Gorman will
other women who
f Baatrlca Woori
No. 14 Main St., Pbkucoli, Tlx., Hot. 20, 1003.
I bad been suffering with irregular, scanty and most painful mcniun
atlon, and when tho periods occurred I was unable to bo up and hod to stay
In bed for a day or two. -Nothing I took helped me until I used Wine oi
Cardul, It Droved to bo just what I needed. Within two months tho
serious pain had disappeared, my headaches were leu frequent and not so
sovero and felt very much encouraged, but had to uso your medicine for
four months before I was entirely well and regular. I nave enjoyed the
fiucit health now for eighteen .
months. I am ycrj regular and CZ?, . f t JC
havo no more pains and cat and IJJWlJlKs $XV
sloop as well as could be desired. nMuma,tmMemimxraA
all wear Mallo uniforms next season
nnd they will materially strengthen tin
Tho soldiers want another crack at
O All-I'ortUgUCSO team. They Wilt.
tho All-I'ortusucso team,
, probably bo accommodated
Capt. Schoeffel Is a hard hitter but
n poor fielder. The rnntnln rannml mil
. threo safo ones Sunday.
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Q. H. Berrcy has at last Joined the
ranks of tho scratch men In the Manoa
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After the "Freak Tournnmcnt" held
,Z .lYnlfn. T,n M,a,nua Smiay ",ie K0lf ba" dcalcH
tho showing he .hould hnvo a good trnilo. Hutchln's,
vuursa was certainly a ball loser.
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Thero will be another golf tourna-.
ment nt Halclwa In tho nenr future.
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Thero Is much talk about starting a
tkatlng rink In Honolulu. The old tlsli
mnrket would afford suitable quarters.
Skating Is all tho rage) on tho coau
nnd n rink should pay well hero.
w .01 irouers be mated tho result would
Baseball Is being played tho ycar'hc watched with tho greatest Intcrost
round theso days In Honolulu. Tho by harness horsemen of tho world. n
national game Is certainly upholding
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Jack McFaddcn has branched out an
a boxing promoter. Jack understands
the game and should mako a success.
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Billy Woods has given up his gym
nasium on Bethel strccL
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It, E. Cooper has offered a tennis cup
to be competed for by tho girls of Oahu
Illllle Moloney, right Adder of tho
Chicago Cubs, who shares with Dev
lin, of tho Giants, tho honor ot leading
tho National I.eaguo with C'J stolen
bascx, tells how ho does It: "Spoed Is
fltn ninln tlitnn In 1x. ..tl.. t ..
? - W" t when .he-puchr
ucgins to deliver tho ball. If lie has
one ot those . winding motions I can
generally beat a throw eaHlly. It I get
well started and cither tho pitcher or
catchor makes an unnecessary move
ment. It has to bo almost n nerfert
throw to get me. I favor the long slldo
and generally deviate from thn iman'Ala Moana road very shortly as It In
path, so as to slide Into tho baso f rora
behind. I always run out my hits. No
matter how suro tho out may Bccm, a
momentary tumble will clvo mo
chance. Sometimes perfectly fielded
balls beat me to first baso by only .1
step and many of my hits nro the result
ot goou sprinting on a slow Infield hlulfomg prepared by tho Attorney Oen
i always set myself for a longer run
than tho baso. Thus any Involuntary'
fumblo on tho part of an outfielder
imus me in a position to tako.advantag
of It. Of course, somo catchers aro eas-
ier to steal on than othcrsv Tho hard-
est backstop for mo to got nway from
In 'Ilcd' Dooln, of tho Phillies. I guess
ho has winged me more than any other
catcher this Beaton. I nm fortunately
""""" "' uu npj'vci, unu inni is mat , tirablo Board of Supervisors. Tho fin
I have nothing to feiir from two ot the 'pi stnrt was mado on Inst Thursday
ben catchers In the Icukuc O'Neill 'nnd every part worked perfectly. Ilavo
. , ,.Z ,. '"' u,u u" luo Bumj
I P fl til ll'lt n rno "
team with me.'
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NEW RACING YACHT
A foreigner has ordered an ocean
racing yacht schooner rigged and ellgl
bio for tho 90-foot class. Tho order has
been placed with tho Horreshons. The
yacht, It Is understood, will bo 87 feet
along the wnter lino nnd about 120 feet
over all. This yacht Is to bo used lu
races over the Atlantic.
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SPORTS OFALL SORTS
The enormous strides that have been
mado In recent ycara In mechanical
traction aro well Illustrated In tho rec
ord ot observations recently taken nt
n cortaln point ou a well patronized
After four join of vain oudcivor to regain
her health by taking otlfcr medicines, Miss
Beatrice Wood was mado a perfectly woll
woman by taking WIno of Cardul, tho most
successful menstrual regulator and woman's
tonlo known to tho sclenco of mcdlclno.
Bho took Wlno ot Cardul and that Is what
wo ntlrtso you to do. '
Will you follow her example and be a
well woman f
Wo could show you letters from 10,000
pralso Wine ot Cardul as aho praises It,
I English highway. Of a total of nearly
I COOO vehicles passing this point bo-
' tween the-hours of nlno In the morning
nnd nine In tho evening only 209 were
horso driven, the' remainder compris
ing over 400 electrical trnm cars, near
ly COO motor chicles and over 4500
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Barney Oldflcld Is busy perfecting
plans to reproduce on tho stage an auto
race by means of automobiles In action
and moving pictures. He has alBo been
busy scheming on using alcohol Instead
I ttt ITA.nllnA nml lab. ft,at tin nav l.tt.M
alcohol ln'hls racing machines on tho
I ti n
! KIni? Kdwnril. nt Entrlflml. hnji cnlil
for $160,000 his derby winner of 1900,
Diamond Jllhlleo In nn Areentlnn lln.
Diamond Jubilee, to an ArKentlno Ho-
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Hoston has not again accepted ihe
position to coach the Drake, football
team. He has applied for tho position
to coach the Ohio State University.
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Mrs. Robert Fltzslmmons has the fol.
lowing to say: "Bob need not talk
reconciliation to me. I expect he will
bti heri nnnn nnrl f nm tvllllnt tn fntl?
compromise In the matter of property,
but will never consent to again Hvo
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I.ou Dillon Is to hnvo a Btrnlght year
of rest, and will be turned out as soon
Ins winter disappears. There has been
mncli talk of breeding I.ou Billon to H.
K. Dovcrcaux's great stallion, John A.
i.McKcrron, but thnt matter Is yet In
abeyance, nnd will not bo settled until
I early spring. Should this great pair
It would put the blood of two of the
greatest performers In tbo world tu.
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John Oanzcl has turned down nn
olfer of $1000 and n non-rcscno con
tract offered by tho SL Louis Ameri
cans. Ho says he cleared 17000 with
bis Orand Rapids Club during the pa3t
teason. Is through with major leagues
nnu is wining to uuy nis releaso from
the New York Americans so ho can
play first base on his own team. Oauzel
nt one time played ball In Honolulu.
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Manager Mack of tho .ithlctlcs an
nounces that Lafe.CroBs will bo with
tho Washington team next season and
that Harry Davis will manago the Phil
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Cumberland University, Nashvlllo,
Tenn., as a result of n decision of thu
Board of Tnutees, will make no foot
lal schedule tor 190C.
MUST GO TO GERMANY
(Continued from Page 3.)
ftood that the objcctlonablo dredging
pipe line will bo removed from thn
! 'mP08S'ul ,0 fl" any more of tbo wot
,Rni1 Immediately' rnaka! of this road
In tho vicinity of tho Immigration Stn
tion nnu sewer pumping station.
'i no Board was also Informed that In
1 the matter of the streets and nllcvs In
"10 College Hills tract deeds aro now
crai by which this property will bo
transferred to the Territory by tho
trustees of Oahu College.
paving County Money,
W. L. Frazee, superintendent of tho
tlectrlc light department, sent In tho
following communication: Having
I completed the Installation of tho now
Hcctrlc light plant In Nuuanu valley,
1 1 mako tho following roport to tho Hon-
.increased the lighting of this plant 35
nrc lamps moro than tho old blant. by
taking over part of tho lighting dono
ty tno Hawaiian lilectrlc Company.
This Is a saving to tho County of $215
I would suggest to tho Board that 40
moro lights be Installed about tho dif
ferent dark spots ot tho city and placo
tamo on Hawaiian Electric Company
service. Tho coast to tho County will
bo no moro than formerly. A 60-llght
tonstant current transformer will be
required together with wire, poles,
switch and Insulators.
Tho cost of transformer nnd switch
Wrd will be $660.
The lamps we aro In possession of.
And If this Board could sparo tho
money to buy a water-wheel for tho
generator we havo Idle, It would bo
tho means of hastening tho work of
adding moro lights when tho now res
vrvolr Is completed,
Beforo closing I wish to extend lo
this Honorable Board a special' Invi
tation to vslt tho now plant somo
evening, that thoy may see It In opor
Ulon, nnd Interest themselves.
Tho Board mado tho following ap
propriations last night: Iload depart
ment, $5,008.91; Koolnuloa district,
J20; Koolaupoko district, $22; road
department, $000.75; garbage depart
Present nt last evening's session
wero all the members of tho Board,
Clerk Kalauokalanl, Attorney Douthltt,
Clerk Buffandeau, Stenographer Aca,
Auditor Blcknell, John Emmcluth,
Iload Overseer 8am Johnson, Flro
Chief Thurston, 8. O. Wilder, Ewa
uuad Overseer Nawakoa, Marston
O muliell, F. E. Richardson.
ui.ia lur toud repair machinery wero
iwuidcd as followa: Honolulu Iron
Works, for two road rollers, $7100,
Von Hamm-Young Co., two ock crush
ers, steam, gasoline or oil-burning at
tachments, the Austin rock crusher to
be used and a committee to decide on
tbo motlvo power, $3,140 each.
Bidders were Henshaw, Buckley &
Co., F. E. Richardson and the others
At 10:45 the meeting adjourned, tho
Chair, remarking on bis going away,
wishing tho Board peacoful meetings,
Green: "Do you remember Meeker,
who married a deaf and dumb girl laBt
winter?" Brown: "Yes; what of him?"
Green: "Ho lost his eyesight last
week." Brown: ' 'Well, that Isn't so
lad. Now ho can't see bis wlfo talk
ing to him." Chicago Dally News,
Are rou Aware
that electric Incandescent lights
degree and much of an evening's
Ever sit next to a kerosene lamp and try to enjoy agood book?
For the man who reads and for all other who care tor comfort
In the home as well as convenience, reason points to the Incandes-
cent electric light.
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd.
Office King St., near Alakea
j6pinKimwiimiii fr'Mi'iann.matMiMi iMnl
SPAVIN CURE T
2r Sm. UM Jut fn ' fit .
CAN YOUR HORSE PA8S THE JUDGE OR VETERINARIAN?
Romember there are no bluo ribbons and few bidders for cripples.
Put your horse In condition at once, If you want htm ready for the show
ring or tales stable.
No blemished or unsound but otherwise valuable horso need be sacri
ficed. No matter tt all other treatments have failed, the marvelous power
and properties ot "Savc-the-IIorse" nr so effective It Is perfectly safe for us
to give a guarantco which Is d contract absolutely binding to protect you.
WERE THESE TWO CASES WORTH THE COST OF TREATMENT?
Brooklyn, N. Y.
One ot my horses went tame from
tide or shell bones on both feet, which
extended entirely around the quartor,
and was laid up for about threo
months. I usod two bottles of "Save-the-Horso,"
and tho horse Is perfectly
sound. I havo driven her over paved
roads, and one day gavo her a sixty
mile drive and sho never showed the
least particle ot lameness. The growths
havo nearly all disappeared. I have
owned horses for years, used them to
build railroads and in nil kinds of con
tract work, and have used romedles,
blisters, firing and electricity, but nev
er saw anything take hold and produce
such results oa "Savo-tho-Horso" In this
D. C. DENNETT, Builder,
41C 79th St.
eR njlPcr bottlo. Written guaran
OuiUU tee as binding to protect you
as the best legal talent could
make It. 8end for a copy and booklet.
ALL DRUaaiSTS AND DEALERS
OR EXPRESS PAID.
Ti.tde supplied by Holltstor Drug Co.,
TROY CHEMICAL CO., BINOHAMT
THE BULLETIN, 75c per month
Wc have, just received new supplies of
"Ushers 0. V. G." Scotch Whesky
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd
NOW WE'RE OFF ? J
We ara prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Frsshert tt
ISLAND MEAT8. Also, Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chlele
tns, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, iverythln" FIRM
CLASS MARKET la called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO..
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE. Manager.
TELEPHONE MAIN 76. FORT ST.. OPP, LOVE ILD
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A New M&n In
FOR SALE BVERYWIIERE
McPARLANE&Co., Sole Agents.
J. M. LEVY & CO.
PHONE MAIN H9 f
Of The Fact
hardly heat the room the slightest
enjoyment at home depends on this
'Phone Main 390 f
Nyack, N. Y.
In August I had a mare with an
ankle, cocked from a bad wronch In a
raco. It was so bad I had concluded
to shoot her, but was persuaded to
breed her and turn her out I bred her,
but Instead of turning her out used
"Savo-the-Horse." In three weeks I
was moro than surprised to see th
swelling disappear, and the remedy,
producod a complete cure. She Is as
good as evor. I have raced her since
and drtvo her any distance without
any sign ot lameness. I cannot say
too much for your remody.
GEO. i BEHRINOER, JR.
POSITIVELY AND PERMANENT
LY CURES Bone and Bog Spavin,
Ringbone, (except Low Ringbone),
Curb, Thoroughpln, 'Splint, Capped
Hock, Shoe Boll, Wlndpuff, Weak and
Sprained Tendons and alt Lameness
without scar, blomtsh, loss ot hair.
Horse may bo worked as usual.
Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu, and
ON, N. Y formerly Troy, N. Y.
uKiuumb mnitjra waer
TAKE YOUR CLOTHE8 TO THE
City Renovating Co:
And have them Cleaned, Pressed, Re
paired and Dyed.
1153 :: fort :: street. ' j
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