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KVBNTNO BTJLLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H.. TUngPAY. SEPT. 11, 1006.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
Mee Pmro H, NBW TO-UAY, for Now Adi
eon, dean niK for wiping dellcato
maclilncry, nt Unllctln office. Ap
ply Cashier's dusk. 337S t(
Light second hand buggy In Rood con
dition. Address "X ." Uulletln.
liy CnglMi grniliuiti' to Inko i:iro of
Iniallil or ihlMi'n. would travel.
Addrcs' A. O V.. H, lliilli-lin.
A hustler unntR position of cnninss
lug nnd ilrmmnltis;: busliiMii of any
lino. Address "C." Iiulli'tlii.
Youiik man wantu ultnntlon. dork, oi
collittnr. Apply "'..," till nlllco.
IMnrnli'il juiint! uriillrlu.iii wantu pre
nltlnn. Apply "Active," tliltt iifflco
Situation of any bind on plantation
Adiln'ss CaiaWc." this ollleo,
riue corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and runahou
College. Address 1L F this office.
Tlio old-established "Popular House";
Ati furnished rooms, ltent 50. per I
juonili with 17 years leaso to run
Call .it 12 1'J Tort street.
The great Kalutkii Itair-h. containing i
jai.iiuu iicreif. whii cveryining ex
cept my grip sack. Apply Col S.
Norrls. 340S t(
Kino bred homer pigeons for squab
raising, any quantity. Mrs. Iluuna,
J'lenh Jffi ) imv wllh rnlf
L'nlnn l'eed Co.
Squabs In any quantity. Knlmul.i I
Heights Zoo 2172-tf
a nice, smooth shave call at tht
llcrlor. Shop, lilt l'ort SL
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
All orders should he left at the lla
watlan Newn Co., Young hide. Phone
2D I or Collage No. 1. Haalelea Lawn
ror house-help, phone White I?91, Ma
klkl. (leneral Employment Office,
ror. rensaroln nnd Hcrctanla.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 STAN
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
Juit Arrived per Nebraskan.
Fine Driving Horses
and a lot of Thoroughbred Chickens.
TEL. MAIN 109.
W.W. Wright Co.
hive opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed tho services of a first
class shoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner. ;: :: :: ::
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order,
Picture Framing a Specialty,
663 8. BERETANIA ST.
TELEPHONE BLUE 831.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PAINTINQ, PAPER HANGING AWf
1335 Nuuanu St.. below Honolulu Hotel
Evening Bulletin 756 pf month.
Cottage on Youiik street near Ar
tesian slroct, newly painted Mid
in good repair; .". bedrooms, parlur,
dining room, etc., with nice land,
nnd outtioiiscfl. Cottage on Ucr
etanla street near fcnaacola atrcet; l,lIa mwt lacI, ()l,0r , 0lr nninm wiles. If the Kamg win they will ho
contains also 3 bedrooms, parlor, content next datuidny, haie been del-l1'1"'1 u,t1' llie " A l's for "rBl l108'
dining room. kitchen, etc., and out-lnlUly clui'cii, mid nie now putting l:i'"" f"r ,lle k011'1 "" "Hist play
house. Terms moderate: Itiuulro at
offlce of the Kaplolanl Estate, Mm-1 Captain I'aul .1. Jarrett of the Ilea
Hcl 3ir.7-tf 'a"'s Rile tee crews of liH ilub us
Cool roomi. hot and told water, elee-
trie lights show cr and bath, at The
.UiijfUll-, nai-iin uiui-i.. uiuait
Cool, mosquito proof, newly papered
hoiiscl-i'plag roomg. Tel. ttluo 2541-
783 Horctonla Ave. 3412-tf
.'room ((iltncc, bath and toilet, J10
per mo. Call MS l'ort St,
'Cottarcs In Christ Lane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St., mauxa Hotel.
2 furnished (rnnt rooms at 1223 Hm
ma St.; rent icasonablo , StOMf
Newly furnished mosquito proof rooms,
at St Vineyard Rt 2728-ff
BOARD AND ROOM.
i Kooms and board
Lunalilo St., es
peelally suited for teachers or pupils
of tlio Normal Sihool. 3179 Iw
Sl.'Ctf.dolil liioiH'h at llasihall Park or there-
nbnuiK. figure S, 3 diamonds. Ite- '
ward at this iiflleo 3IS3-lw
A black hat and ell, wlrli tdlver pin,
on Pall road. Hew aid If returned to
this ollleo. 31711-lw
Navy uniform cape. Liberal reward
for return to Young Hotel. 3IS3-lw
Inqulic: The Weekly Kdltlon of the Bvenlng
3l!io-lw'nullct!n giver a coDiplete summary of
tlio news of the riiy. For SI yr-
gsf DULLETIN ADS. PAY
. " Masllngt for repair of Loeka,
i Jj'5"' MV"' ""es, Snarpenini of
timi iiurrjr. m:ir union uriit.
MONEY TO LEND.
An Iruuxlru nnri mlr-h.nrlla Th.
Carlo I'nwn Co., Nuuunii nr. King i
Umbrellas re-covered and brats pol
ished. Taknta, 12S1 l'ort St.
Flni Jf Prlntlno at the Bulletin.
Bishop Trust Co.,
Stores on Fort Street $25.00 per
Cottage on Artesian Street $10.00
Cottage on Young Street $18.00 per
Dwelling house, Pensaeola &. Wil
der Ave. Large lot, stables and chick
en run. $20.00 per month.
3 1-4 acres adjoining baseball
grounds rental $35 00 per month;
could be Increased,
7 acres Paakea (out Beretanla
Street), house, cottage, stables, fish
pond, etc. Owner leaving Honolulu.
Will accept any rersonablo offer.
Lots In Kalmukl, cleared $300.00
REAL ESTATEFOR SALE.
5 Building lots in Manoa Valley, 1-2
acre each, $1000 a lot.
Beautiful site, bracing air, magiifl
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 705.
832 FORT 8T.
STOCK ANP BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
IS7 MERCHANT 8TREET.
t -k-ro T?-ri CATC
L.KJ I o rUK DALE,
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
, , . ,, . .
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and GULICK AVE8.
No Reasonable Offer Refused,
Boat Crews Chosen
! TO PULL IN
Regatta Day Races
After days mid weeks of hard urac-
tCI, the boat cir-iva of the lle.ilanl ami
jivitle lin.it l'lnl. whirl, will, n.
the IIiiIusIiIiik touches.
i senior llaige Crew 1'. J. .larrctt.
muU.; ,. ,.-roo,() -. ,,, McC() .
,Rloni , Ieliry o'Siilllvan, .1; .Mark
, KolllllPOIl, 2 VllUelll 1'fTliamlCZ. 1.
Unity i!telnei will be coxswain for
this as well as for the l-rcshman haw
reiv The neingo wtlghl of Uilo'icw
I" l"r pounds
I rrciliinnn (largo Crow Nelson II
' Lansing, stioke; Itoburt Clark, .1; Dick
i. Sullivan, 4; IM llumeku. 3; Joe Arch-
i r- - '"' '
I The average weight of. this crew Is
Senior ralr-Oired Henry O'rfullt-
van, (Jcorge I'n'cth
Junior I'ulr-oared George Desha,
Captain King of the -Myitles glun
bis crews as follonH'
Senior llarge I'lt-i. I.. King, stroke;
V. Super. S. 1 I'liderwood. 1: Sam
1 Johnson. 3: A Kiwitt, 2; K. Ilronn, 1.
j rii'ihmau llarge Crew Chas. Cade-
Ken, stioke; Chas Cowan, fi; V.. IIIiib-
ley, I; Theo Cooper, 3; ltaymond
Smllli. 2: Mlire. 1.
, (,ngh ulll bo coxswain for both
I the Senior nnd the Kieshmnu crew.
ITIie weight of the former Is (ompiited
i" uu'ingc 1 1.' iiouuds nnd of the lal-
ler H:l pounds.
,7""" - "'"
""!.., ,, . ,, , ,. , , .
Junior Pair-Oared 1-rank llrekert
I While there will lie no slldlng-seat
! barge rate for Juniors this ear, owliu
to the Inability of the lle.il.iuls to par
ticipate, mrmigemeuts hne been made
for an Interesting ueut, width will
tcrvo as a substitute, namely u nit
lurcd stutloiMiy seat barge i.iie be
tween n liaolo and a Hawaiian clew.
TIiIh eeut has been gotten up by
(leoige llnrlrs. TV huole crew will
be (ompixed of the boys who went
Into training for the Junior burge rate.
The Hawaiian crew will have the Ka
noelanl. In which tlio Herman crew
beat that of tlio Hestoier some, time,
ago. The haolu will luuii tlio Kaplo
lanl, which the IdMtorcr men had.
tt tt x:
ills THE MASTER
't'ltA alnrUd ! 1,a C!n l.t. ..!... j.
I)PrK I)f tll, (ini,n-Nelon light show
,,IIlt ,. m,KI wnM l)l0 ,imiiU,,. ()f t.
white man at eer.v stage of the game.
i:eiy writer who sent In a ilcscrlntlou
glvcH (Inns full credit. He has aluaya
fti-Ln iuiio I in .."ill iim nun ii iiinni ... i .. . a
i. j-., i... .i... .'.Mimelhlng better Is the question.
lur.-nincl ,.f Ml .li.u, I, m l,,.u ... ...I
Inlilo to fake for eien the smallest
sum Hint ho hus never been toiinled "' " i "' ,
,on nt any time. W. W. Naughton. orl U.""' Il0 'us ,almoi right. He has
I " . . '. ' llnltili fin n lit I In tmitn Illicit tut I I l,i t
the San Kiauilscii llxnmlner. Is leiy
frnul; in staling that the negro woiiul
have knocked Nelson out In uboul the
thlitlelh round If ho bad not biokeu
his light baud. i:ieu after Dili he
outfought the Dane mid It Is staled
that many of those present thought
that Nelson tommllted Hut foul to save
blmsiir from being kni'iked out.
The memhcis of tho local Kennel
Club fed wry much pleaded mer tho
sun ess which nl tended the llrst
bench show which has been held In (ho
ihlnnds. Kierilhlui; went on In tho
bent manner possible. Tho dogs were
biought to thti show on time and went
left there nciordlng to the rules. Hie
ciimmllteo In ihatge being cmeful to
enfnue the rule that n depolst should
be made which should be kept by the
club In case n dog was taken from tho
building mid not relumed.
The show was not only n success In
the high class of dogs shown but alii)
f i oin n lliinnilal slaiullio.nt. While It
Is not likely Hint thn Kennel Club will
deposit very many thousand dollars In
the hank iu the loiult of the show.
Kill they tamo nut eien nnd ponHihl)
n few dollars will be left after all the
bills haie been paid,
It Is now ceituln thnt n dog show
will he an atinuul event In this illy
mid It will icitulnly Impiuio iu qual
ity eiuh wir as alieady a number of
the local fniflers haie placed oidris
for dogs of high breeding iu the hands
of Judko John HraiUhaw, who Is a
breeder of line dogs himself mid Is In
u position. Ihinugh his tiavellug all
over the tountiy Judging shows, to
pick up bargains In this line. The In-
Iteiest In high hied dogs haa been Hlliu
iiilaled to such a degic'e In tills ilty
Hint, with an annual show a trrtnln
ty, thn next year should show the Im
portation fioni the States of uuino of
llie linen hied milmalu obtainable.
j Tho rommltleu whiih had thnrgo of
I tigs uli n ur i1ficftiiri j i 1 1. lit u limit at .ni
. ! nsiuil 111' Ml.l HI 13 III&IIIOL Wl 1 Ul'
pllmciits for the huslness-tiko way In
which It handled all tho arrangements.
Tliuru who no tlresomo delays In Ihe
Judging, the skating link where thu
show was held was kept tleau mid thu
dogs weie cared for fur better than Is
thu case ut many bbows wheie tho men
In charge huie had much expcilcnco In
i"'!" "" "" tniiiK, nuwuvir,
whlih was notlienble, that Is thu poor
".'.." K, ,",?, ""sa wl" ,,,,"J '.VQra
Itu think thnt thu way which their dogs
l"l"h Jllllftt-il. 11IU UtXILin tIU IIUl Wl'L'llI
appeared III tlio Judging ring niuiln any
illfTereiKo. With a little nioio oxper-
iiiuin iney win nun nun iney can tiniu
Ihelr dogs to stand up, look smart and
pietcnt u much better uppeaianio tliun
was the case this )?ar. Next car the
dopn will probahly he In better condi
tion, too, and not so fat ns they iiio
on the present occasion,
n D tl
The baseball Reason Is gradually
winding to a close and ncu Saturday
may mean the last game of the league
that off and then If the they win again
must play off the championship of the
season with the Iteds. From the In
dications there Is little likelihood, how
cer that they will take the three
games In succession
lit the first plate the name Joy, Is
one to conjure w lib In this city. If any
of the local players, with a few excep
tions, gel tlio Idea fixed firmly In their
neaus unit Joy Is trjing to strike them
out he gcti nr easy a tlmo as tan be
asked. Then the other teams seem to
lose heart when they play against the
llcds. The latter team has really too
goon n reputation and the others feel
like beginners when they go against
It haa been announced that Harney
Joy is going to play ball on the Coast.
Well,, If I do not miss my guess and by
n pretty hlir inaiglu at that. It will be
only n few months after he has lett
the boat which takes him over, that
we will sco Harney once more In a Ho
nolulu uniform. I believe that In his
rlass as a pitcher he can make good
In theCoait league, which, by tho way.
lias ictingrniled since tho San Trnn
tlst'O earthquake Hut his habit, alter
losing a game lor which ho was hlm
telf ns much responsible' ns anyone.
of abusing the pl.icrs on his own ttnm
and In having like n spoiled child, doc
not augur well for his chant es. Harney
Is nil right ns i pltihrr nnd ns a goon
lellow outside of Ills ball playing too
but when he rets lulu league eomiuiny
he will nnd that the man who grumblex
til nther-plnycii Is tlio first fellow to bo
let out, perhaps t'M'ti befoio a lets
Well at any rate wo a wish h in
luck and hope thai he wilt mnke good
mid If he cm ou'iioiun this ruult
which I Ikuc mentioned, I believe that
MI ijJE ZOO
There Is n gieat deal of Interest In
the i omliig fight between Mcllvalu and
Sullivan m the 7mo, and the trnnspoit
boys are hacking tho former for fiery
tent that the) half. It Is piohable
that they will bu paid off before Satur
day and In this' ease the Sullivan men
will hale a iluiiue to plate their
money without much trouble. In the
mailer of the tight Itself It I hard to
plik a winner mi in count of the fart
thai no one knows what thn newcomer
lan do. He put, up a very creditable ex
hibition ugalcu Spider Welch but
whither he tun stand Sulliian'H
straight leftH mid tomo back wllh
rfllllllllll Will ll.lll' till' IICKl Ot 1110
f".1""""". l"M;oslllon as he has not
ni "ii t mill ssii'it' tii -'it iiiii llltii
will lielp 111 til mid he will need It, ns
the other man is heavier nnd will have
a good de-it of ndiniilage In this Hue
The mallir of the picllmluniy lights
has hi en already M'lth'd and Ah Sam,
tlio Chinaman who scned his opponent
ueai ly lo death Iu the piellmliiary ot
the Sulllvau-WuUh light, will go up
against lining David, who alto per
formed ut that time Tho Chinaman
should hc.it tho until e, who I a heavier
but swings wild. The second lire I 111
Innry will hn between two new turners
who nre said to he willing to light.
"(Iieek' Anderxnu nnd Kid Rhlukey
.Malinger Adams states that the boys
must light or Jliere will he no money
In sight at tho end of the jouiuey,
WIS HE WOULD
London, Aug. 31. Hirst, tho York
shire crlcketei, plajlng at Scarbor
ough esterduy, completed tho sen
ntiu's tetoril by storing I'lioo runs, tak
ing Win wlclii'ts.
London, Aug. 31. Tho London
newspniieia nro taking Increasing In
terest In thn Harvard University
riow'8 i lull. The Dally Telegraph
tills morning reprinted Charles Dick
i'Iih" speech delivered at tlio dinner of
the two eiowii on the ocraslon ut the
((intent In 1S00, "hecnuse," suys tho
Dally Tclegiuph, "It so well tixpresses
Hie Iccllng Iu all Hiltlsh beuits nt thu
pieM'iico of another llniimd crew up
on the Thames." I A recent cable an
iiounieil that Camhildgo had beaten
tho Harvard ciow by two lengths. I
Chltngn, Aug. 31. President Chas.
Comloky of tho Chicago Western
l.eaguo baseball team announced to
day thnt James Callahan had been
slgnrd to llnlsh the suuson with thu
Chit ago, Aug. 31. Mis. C. L. Poring
or .Midlothian today retained her title
of woman's Western golf champion,
defeating Mis. Frames Kveiett of Kx
moor, tlio chnniplon of 1U04, by 1 up.
Seattle, Wush,, Aug. 31. Lady
Mlrthrul was kicked nt the post by
Haihor In tho last nice mid her leg
bioltuu. She was n setond choice in
tlio i ace, and has made a number of
good wins here, among other things
breaking tho seveu-fuilong lecurd
when sho lan In 1.-ii. Menilcn won
the lit Ht race nt odds of 3 to 1, l.u
gao, thu favoilte, running third,
I'lttsburK. Pa., Aug 31. Henry C.
I'ulllnni, piesldent of tho National
llaschnll League, who m lived In
Pittsburg lodny, made tho nnnouiue-
inniit that bo would bo u eandldato for
e-elecllon na thief oxecullio of that
organization at Its next nnniial meet-
lug In Deeember. If ho Is defeated
Mr Pulllniu, says, ho will iiitlin per
inaiienlly frJm professional babeball.
ESTABLISHED IN 1858,
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Bank of California and
N. A. Rothschild & Sons
Correspondents for the
American Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
Wm. G. Irwin.
Claus Spreekels & Co.
Honolulu, : : : t. h.
8an Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Hank of San Francisco.
Draw Exchange on the Nevada Na
tloual Haul: of Han Francisco.
London Tho Union of London and
Smith's Dank, Ltd.
New York American Kicbango Na
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit I.yonnsls.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong-Shnnghal Hanking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Hank
of New Zealand and Hank of Austra
lasia .Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
Ornish Nortli America.
Deposits received. Loans rnado on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Will of Ki
change bought and gold.
Collections Promptly Acccvnted For,
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL... $200)00.00
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
Prtsldent Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peck
Office: Corner FVrt and King 8ta.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits ni
the rata of 4 1-2 per cent, per annum.
Ilules nnd regulations furnished up
The YokotiinaSpscle Bank, Lid.
Capital Subscribed Yen 24.000,001
Capital J'ald Up Yen 18.000.0o0
deserved Fund Yen 8,910,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Bombay,
Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe, London,
Lyons, Nagasaki, Newchwaug, New
Vork, Peking, Han Francisco, Shang
bal, Tientsin, Toldo, Osaka.
Tho bank buys and receives for col
lection Hills tt Exchange, Issues
Drafts and LcUru of Credit and trr.us
nets a general nanl log buslncsb.
HONOLULU BRAf.'CH, 87 KING ST.
We have some very good
for Garden Purposes
Price $3 per load
Lord & Reiser
P. O. BOX 102. PHONE MAIN 103.
Gatton, Neill & Co.,
ENCINEER8 AND MACHINISTS,
QUEEN and RICHARDS STS.
Boilers re-tubed with charcoal Iroi
or steel tubes; general sl-'p work.
Office, 248 QUEEN ST., HONOLULU.
Cotton Bros &Co
Plans and estimates furnished for
all classes contracting work.
TEL. MAIN 245.
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLK., Honolulu.
William T. Patv,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
nromotlv and carefu lv aiuui.ii.
Offlco 'Phone Blue 1801,
Residence 'Phone Blua 2332,
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CoHnnlsslM Mirchints i
:: Suftr Factor
AOF.NTS FOn '
The Ewa Plantation Co, I
The Walalua Agricultural Co.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The.Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard Oil Co. i
The Geo. F, Blake Steam Pumps. I
Weston's Centrifugals. i
The New England Life Insurance Co,
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London. '
Alexander & Baldwin I
DM IT ID.
. . COOKE Manaasr
4. . Baldwin President
L . Castle Vies President
H, M. Alexander... Second Vlca Prsa.
I. T. Peek Third Vie Pree.
i. Woterhous ....f Treaeurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Dlractor
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial A Sugar Cc
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Comuany.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Comoany,
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas, Assurance Company of London
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
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f m. (j. Irwb k Ct., Ltd
WM. Q. IRWIN. ..President and Mgr.
JNO. D. 8PRECKEL5..1at Vice Pree.
W.1U. GlFFARD 2d Vloa Pres.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
E, I. SPAULDING Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Western Sugar Refining Co., San Fran
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phlla
Newall Universal Mill Co. (Manufac
turers of National Can Shred
der), New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., Sin
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
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Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Cc,
Honomu 8ugar Co.,Walluku Sugar Co.,
Pepcckeo Sugar Co., The Plantera
Lint of San Francisco Packets, Chas.
Brewer 0. Co.'a line of Boaton Packet.
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C. M, Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Vice Preeident and Mana
ger; E. F. Blehop, Treasurti' and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlana, Auditor; P.
C. Jores, C. M, Cooke and J, R. Gait,
WM. 3. IBWIN & CO., LTD.:
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Alliance Assurance Co. of London,
Scottish Union & National Ini. Co. of
Fire Association of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance Corporation, Ltd.
Wllhelma of Magdeburg Qensral Insur
PHONE MAIN 285.
By Young Japanese school
girl. Wages no object.
By Young Japanese school
Japanese Hotels Union
KING and MAUNAKEA.
, , 0 TRY IT 0
I BE8T 5c. SMOKE IN THE
I I MARKET.
o HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO.,
While They Last
Fall Pippins, l Bellfieurt,
Cravensteln nnd King apples
here In abundance. The fin
est ever brought to this city,
$1.75 whil9 this ship
ment holds out,
Sanitarium Nuttolcne, Mel.
tose, Protose, Baked Beans,
Peanut Butter, Pal tin Sticks,
and Graham Sticks Just here.
Henry May & Co.
-THE COBWEB CAFE,.
QUEEN and ALAKEA STS.
TEL. MAIN 482.
5 Camara & Co., Props.-
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo, Telephone Blue 3151.
Tel. Main 149
Better Than Ever
MRS. KEARN'S v
'PHONE BLUE 1411. f
OF BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Best Meal In Town
on HOTEL ST. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
T. Oda. Manager
PHONE. MAIN 469.
French and Milk Bread
A SPECIALTY. ALL KINDS PF
OPPOSITE CLUB STABLES.
TEL. MAIN 107.
That all men's palate ara plratta)
with the fare aerved by the
FAVORITE GROTTO '
Corner HOTEL and BETHIL STS.
Alexander Young Hotel
Absolutely fireproof, finest
cuisine, elegantly furnished
and the best of service. :: ;:
H. HERT8CHE MANAGER
HONOLULU, T. H.
THE IDEAL AMERICAN DRINI.
Delicious; Wholesome; Pure;
HAWAIIAN SODA WORK8.
Sole Agents. Phono Blue 1871.
A Hawaiian Curio
as a present to your friend Is sure to
be highly appreciated. A good
HOTEL NEAR FORT.
FRE8H FLOWER AND VEOETACLR
8FEDS FOR 8ALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 339.
OF ALL KIND8.
Dealers In lumber and Com
ALLEN & "OBIN30N,
QUEEN 8T-, ;; t; HONOLULU.
I Illanlc books of n!I Boris, ledger
etc , maniiiarturvd by thu Uullelln Pub
Evening Bulletin 75 per month
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