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EVENINQ BULLETIN, IIONOMJML T. II., TIIUItSDAY, JULY 8, 1309.
Wc do the very best repairing" on
'Ijpowrllcia, Adding Machines
sinil C'.ibIi Itcglbtois, Our lopalr-,
lug on thu most Intricate, clectrl
uil iipp:initii!i cannot 1m excelled.
All mnk miiiiniitrcil ntt1 Mm.
Tin lima & Co., MumjuIc Temple
riiiinu 1 1.
! Piano taught In G months, $3 month
(S lessons). Special attention nilult
boglnuois. "Teacher." Hulletln "tllco.
Otto Oss Carpenter, Jobber and
Contractor. Phone 1503. 1420
Victoria St. 4321-im
For Walamio, Wnlnlim, Kahukti and
Way StntlonB 'OMn n. m.. 3:'20 p. m.
For Pearl Cltv. Ewn Mill nml Wnv
Stations f 7:30 n, in., 9:15 a. m,
Ml:f)5 a. tn 2:i; v, M (sio p. m..
miu p. in., ;:3 p. m., tll:00 p. ra
I'or Wnlilnwu 9:1G a. m. and
5:15 v. m.
Arrive lionolulu lrom Kahuku,
Wnlnlua nnd Walanao '8:30 a, m
..,.5:31 p. m, .
Arrlvo In Honolulu from Ew& Mill
nnd Tcnrl City tT.ii n, ra., 8:30
n. m., 10:38 n. m., l:4u p. m., 4:3l
i in., S:3l p. ni 7:30 n. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:38 a. m. and S:U p. u,. ,
7 Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Halotwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only Hrst-c!-iss , tickets hnu
orcd), leates Honolulu uvcry Suudaj
nt 8'22 n. m.; returning, arrive In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. Tlio Limited
stops only at Pearl city and Walnnao
G. P. riKKISON. P. C. SMITH.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
T;avc MIKE PATTON serve you.
Villi. HOTEL and HUfJANU.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. delivered to any part of city by
0AHU ICO AND ELECTRIC CO.,
i.KcwjIo. Teleplione 528.
Delivered to residences
nnd offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Uneen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholeiala Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FORT and CUt'EN 8TS.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Franiine a Specialty.
663 S. BERETANIA SI.
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
icription.made to order. Boiler work
and RIV1TED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
OHIO CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
132 Beretania St.
Ladies' and gents' clothes and
gloves cleaned. Contracts $1.50 per
month, four suits. Dycinp; and dry
cleaning. Telephone 406.
H AND OTHliK PIANOS. R
THAVErl PIANO CO
U HOTEL. HTP.KBT.
TIININU UlMllANTEKD. I
3H5 editorial rooms 250 "'
ness office. These are the telephons
numbers of the Bulletin office.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. .
Japanese Employment Association,
N'uuunii mid I'niialil Sts. Call up
plume COT It j on wnut a cook,
ginul lioy or servants.
Duiscnbcrj; & Farrar, Architects, 62-
03 Alrxnnilcr Young llulldlntr.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu wire Bed
Co., 1250 Alapnl St. Telephone
fee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
8mlth St., Let. HUel and Pauahl.
Fukuoknyo Hotel, Lillha Street.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, sit
uated nt Pawaa on Kinc and Youncr
I streets. Buildinc- in first-class or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric li'it and gas. Also
Kaniolanl Park 7ots and imnrnvp,!
property nt Haiuia and other prop
Kini: Street. Eiva of Fishmarket.
bRY fJOOUS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
Ohas. R. Frazier
I'hone 371. 122 King St.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING.
Iflice: Honolulu Fainting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 014.
BENNY S CO, Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
12CG Fort St.
'The Finest Bathinc on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND- CIGARS,
W. 0. HEROIN. Proprietor.
the Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Shun Ciders at All Times
of the Day and Night. We Never
Sleep. TORY ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAM. Prop.
P. H BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California and
New Yotk; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Moitgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU: PHONE 310.
We have lor sale -Jlack Sot Ituiiges,
size I tu U ft.; Hildgo & lleach
"Supeilnr Stoves;" Quick Meal
and Perfection oil stoves; Farm
er s llrollurs. Camp nnd Laundry
stoits, Phono 211. HMMCLUTII
& CO., LTD.. 115 King St.
By Louis Joseph Vance
LCeprritM. I50S. br lite Dobbi-Mt rrill Co.
"I am lo content niysolf u lib Hie
promise of the future'"
"The future," she told lilm scrIouly,
"Is, tomorrmr, nnd tomorrow" Him
mined lostlessly In Iiit clinlr, e.vc
nnd llpi pathetic In their dMreiB
"Pleae. tvo will o now, If jou are
"I nm quite ready, Mls CnleiiOnr."
llu rose. A waiter hrnuelit the clrl'.s
cloak and put It In Klrkwood's Inndi.
He held It until, smoothing the wrNtt
of her loliK white Klines. nho stood up,
then placed the pnrnicnt upon her
white -jiiuin; shouldorx, troulilcd by
the Indeflimlite tcwo of Intlmncy Im
parted by the prlvllecp. She poriultted
lilm tht.1 personal service. He felt that
she truiled him; that out of her prntl
tudo had emwn n simple and nlmot
childish faith In Ms generosity and
As she turned to ro her eyes thanked
him Mlth nn unfathomable ql.inco. He
wa iiKaln rtiiisclinis of that esoteric
dlst irbauec III hU temples. Pil7.7.1ed,
hnr y niialyr.lni; the sensation, he fot
lo d her lo the lobby.
A page brought lilm his topcoat, hat
nnd stick. Tipping the child from
sheer foire of habit, hu desired n gi
gantic porter. Impressively ornate In
hotel lliery, to call n Innsoin. To
gether they passed out Into the night,
ho nnd thu girl.
I'cneatli n permanent awning of steel
nnd glass she waited patiently, slen
der, erect, heedless of the nttrntlon
sho nttraeted from wayfarer.
A cab drew In at the block. The
porter clapped nn arc of wlckcrwork
over Its wheel to protect the girl's
skirts. She ascended to the seat.
Klrkwond, dropping sixpence In the
porter's palm, prepared lo follow, lint
a baud fell upon Ids arm. peremptory.
Inexorable. Ho faced about, frowning,
to confront n slight, hatchet faced
man, enmewhat under medium height,
dressed In n sack full and wearing n
derby well forward nier Ids eyes,
that were hard and blight.
"Mr. Calendar'" said the man tense
ly. "I presume I needn't namo my
business. I'm from the Yard"
"My name Is not Calendar."
Tho uVtcctlru smiled wearily. "Don't
bo n fool. Calendar," lie began. Hut
tho porter's hand fell upon bis shoul
der, nml tho giant bent low to bring
his mouth clnso to tho other's ear
ICIrknood heard Indistinctly his own
name, followed by Calendar's, nnd the
words: "Never fear. I'll point him
"Hut tho woman?" nrgued tho de
tect)! e, unconvinced, staring Into tho
"Am I not nt liberty to have n lady
dine with me In n public restaurant?"
Interposed Kirk wood without lalslng
TUo hard eyes looked him up nml
down without fnior. Then: "Peg par
don, sir. 1 see my mistake," said tho
"1 nm glad jou do," returned Kirk
wood grimly. "I fancy It will bear
lie mounted the step. "Imperial the
ater." ho told tho driver, gltlng the
first address that occurred to til in. It
could bo changed. Tor tho moment
the main Issue was to get the girl out
of the range of the dctecthe's Interest.
Hu slipped Into his place ns the han
som wheeled Into tho turgid tldo of
So Calendar had escaped, after nil!
Moreover, hu bad told tho truth to
lly his side the girl moved uneasily.
"Who was that man?" she Inquired.
Klrkw-nod sought her eyes and found
them wholly Ingenuous. It seemed
that Calendar bad not taken her Into
Ids conlldeuce. nfter all. Shu was
therefoie In no way Implicated In her
father's nffnlrs. Inexplicably the
youiiB mnu's heart felt lighter. "A
mlsliike. The fellow took mo for
soiiio ono ho knew," bo told her care
lessly. The nssurnnco satisfied her. She
rc-ded quietly, wrapped up lu persona!
roiicerns. Suddenly K Irk wood was re
called to n sensu of duty by rigllmpso
of II do Park Corner. Ho turned to
the girl. "I didn't know whero you
i lalicd to go."
She seemed to reullrn Ids meaning
with surprise, us one wlkiso thoughts
hnvo strayed nfur recalled to-aii Im
"Oh, did 1 forget? Tell 111 in. please,
to drlio to' No. 0 I'roguall stieet,
Constraint bung like u curtain be
tween thu' two, a silence uhlch the
) until; iniiii folboro to modemte, find
ing more detlght than ho had Tared (or
dare'dl confess to lu contemplation of
thu pure girlish jirotllc so close to lilm.
Shu seemed quite unaware of him,
lost lu thought, large ees sober, lips
serious that were fashioned for laugh
ter, round llttlo chin linn with some
occult resolution. It was not hard to
fancy her nerves kood to n high pitch
of coinage nml determination uorensy
I to gui'S.s fur what lemon. Watching
always, keenly sensltlie to the beauty
of each K-illeut Hue hetru)cd by thu
11 lug lights, Klikwoud'H uwn eon
Mrhiisucss lost Itself In a profitless,
ct vj a perilous, l.ibVrlnlh of coiijecturji;
Tho Tnl) sioppitl. "tulli oriiipniils
enme to their senses with u II tt It start.
The girlleaned out mpr the apron,
rccogul.-'.cd the liou-e she sought In mm
swift glance, testlllid to the ns-ogid-lion
with n huslud exclamation mid
began to arrange In r i-Mrts, ICIrk
nood, unheeding her faint hearted pro
tests. Jumped out. Interposing bis cane
between her skirts and the wheel. Si
multaneously he leeched n ill Id men
tal photograph of the locality.
rrognall stieet pmtrit to be one of
those bywiis a short block In length
which, hcmim-d In on nil sides by a
meatier purlieu, hale (even lu Itlooms
bury) esuipcd the sordid cnmmiTcl.ll
eye of the keeper of furnished lodg
ings, retaining Jrnlnusly something of
the old lime dignity and resene that
were thelrpHde lu the daH before so
ciety sw armed upon Mnyfalr and t!el-
Its houses loomed tall, with many
windows, mostly llgluless, milerlally
nggratatlng that nlr of Isolate, cold
dignity which distinguishes the Dig-
llshmnn s castle. Here nml Ihere stood
one less bedraggled Ihati Us neighbor.
though nil, without exception, spoke
nsserlhely of respectability down nt
the heel, but fighting tenaciously fer
existence. Some, inugtiard of that
Imminent day when the boarding
houso should reign supreme, wore
with shamefaced nlr placards of estato
ngiyils adu-rtlslng Ihelr sinceptllilllly
to sale or lease. In the company of the
latter was No. 0.
Tho Amellcan noted the circum
stance subconsciously nt a moment
when Miss Calendar's hand, small ns n
child's, warm and compact in Its while
gtoe. lay In his own. And then she
was on the sidewalk, her face, up
turned to his, tlvaclous wllh excite
ment. "Yon have been so kind." she told
lilm warmly,' "that one, hardly knows
how to thank you, Mr. Kirk wood."
"I have done nothing-nothing nt
nil," ho mumbled, disturbed, by n sud
den unreasoning alarm for her.
She passed quickly to the Bhelter of
tho pillared portico. He followed
clumsily. On the doorstep she turned,
offering her hand. Ho took nnd re
"(iocd night," she said.
"I'm to understand that I'm dis
missed, then?" ho stninniercd ruefully
Sho evndcd bis eyes. "I thank you.
I have no further need"
"You arc qulto sure? Won't you be
llevo me nt your service?"
Sho laughed uneasily. "I'm nil right
"I can no nothing more sure?"
"Nothing. Hut you you make me
almost sorry 1 can't Impose still fur
ther upon your good nature."
"Please don't hesitate"
"Aren't ou ory persistent, Mr.
Klrkwood?" Her fingers moved In his.
Ilurntng with tho reproof, ho released
"(Itt'ul ulfM" the nml
thcni mid turned lo her so worhegnn
a countenance that she repented of her
seterlty. "Donjt tinny abuiit me,
please. I am truly safe now. Some
day I hope lo bu ublo tu Ihauk yuu
adequately, (,'uod night,"
Iler pass key grated lu the hs-k
Opening the door disclosed a dark
and uninviting entry hall, through
which there bieathril an air heavy
with the dank and dust odor of uu
tetiauird looms lloliulliu- on tin
thiesliuM. .nier her shoulder the gill
siullul kindly upon her euinuiauueercit
esquire mid stepped within.
He llflid Ids hat aiitumallially. The
door closed wllh ah echoing r-tn in. llu
turned to the waiting cab. fumbling
"I'll walk." he (old the cabby, pay
ng lilm ulT.
The haiiMini swept avay lo a nine
it h.immeilug hoofs, mid quiet rested
upon the Ktieel as Klikwuod luriird
the nearest iiiriicr hi mi inpli-asiut
temp-'r, purzled nnd illseoiiniiled. ll
Beeuiid Inidly fair Hint lie should
hate been diag-.-.d Into mi proud dug
an uiluiiluie by Ids ems (-o tu put III
only lo be thus Mimmniily iii'lnj upon
lo write "I'l'ils" liciienlli the Imldeiil
He ronudid the miner and wal'.ed
Inlftviiy In i he n;-M street, lon'og to
an abrupt a.iil uibcllloiis piue by llu
eutraiiee to a coieied iilleyiuij. of two
minds us lo Ids proper course of ne
lion. In the background or his thoughts
No. II i'roguall street teiiie.l lis live
story facade, sinister and forbidding
lie reminded himself of Its unllghl
isl windows, of Its Hlg'l "To lie Let '
of the elllnvli or desolation ih-il
had Milutiil lilm when the door Bivung
wide. A diserlid hiuise. and the girl
iiluue In It -was It light lor him to
leave her so?
IIP, tnvi-reil nll-yway gave upon
(Jiinilrmit mews, or mi declared
il uollie painted on the dead
wall of the passage.
Overhead, complaining ns It swayed
lu the wind, hung the smlrilusl mid
wenlhcr worn signboard ot the Hog
lU'lhc-Pouud puhlhi Iioiim'. wheiefioiu
escaped soill.ds of such retell y b.i
night ns Is Indulged In by the llrlllsh
worklliguiau lu hours of ease. At the
c ll I Li lu front of the house or eiilerlnlu
incut, ilcji-ctcd uiilui.ils droi ping be
tweeli their shafts, iwii Iniisnuis stood
In waiting until suili lime as the lord
at their destinies should mv 111 to sal
'y foi th nml Infill I thi-uuclus ii a
cab hungry populace. As Klrkwood
turned a third tehltle rumbled up o-ii
of the mews.
for bet ween his curiosity alioiit nnd
Ids rnmeiii for the girl he was beluu
led back to .So. II by the nose, as I.
were, haidly willingly at Ik'i. I'm
fiiumlly stupefied by the contemphlloii
of his own temerity, he ct relurmd
unfaltering, lie who had for so long
plumed himself upon his strict super
hton of l;ls personal ulTalrs and equil
ly steadfast unconsciousness of Ids
neighbor's business now found himself
In the tery net of pushing In where he
wns not wanted, us he had been ad
vised In well illgh as many words.
He turned up rrognall street with
the m inner of one out for n leisurely
evening s'roll. Simultaneously from
lite farther corner number p"ilelriin
dflmii lied Into Hie. thoroughfare n
mere muting sliidow at tint distance,
brother lo blacker shadows that skulk
ed In the fence! nrrns nnd uiillvely
entries of that poorly lighted block.
The hush was something beyond be
lief when one ronietnliere.l the near
ness of blatant Tottenham Court road
Klrkwoul i oil' cited a wholly sense
less eiirlHty iiboiil the other wayfar
er. The man was walking rapidly,
heels ringing with uiieuiiili loudness,
cane lappl"g the bagging nt brief In
tervals. I'otb sounds ceased nbruplly
as their i-nue turned In beneath one
of the portieres, in the emphatic and
imiintiiral quiet tint followed Kirk
wix-il. Mei'pli'g more llghllv.. fancied
that nneilifr shadow followed the first
nohelenlv ned nlili fnitlve sieallh.
Conid It be No !) bill, which they
hid passed? The Amerl an's heart
beat n livelier tempo nt the suggestion
If It had not beeil No. II -lie was still
loo far awiy to toll-It was ee.-talnl
one of the dv-illln-Ts adjacent there
'itilo. The Improbable possibility (but
.thy Impmbiilileti (hit the girl was
being Joined by her father or by
friends n n no led lilm with Illogical In
tensity. Appro if hlng No. n with laggard feet,
he maiiuf.ictili'id n desire lo light n
cigarette as a enter fur Ids design were
he i pled upon by unim-qieclcd eyes.
Cane under arm. bands cupped to
shle'd a testa's lliiine, he stopped di
rectly before the portl-o. turning Ids
e.tes askance to the shadowed door
way, and made u dlscytery sutllelently.
startling to hold lilm spellbound nnd
Incidentally lo mirch his gloves before
h.ejjinii'iht I" 'Vr"" "iT mnteli
(To Be Continued)
In reimso In tho request of ninny
of Honolulu's leading men I)r Thomas
i:. (Itt'cn, Iho lecturer and Ihu orator
who dollveied tho maslerful addresses
nt Central Union mi Sunday night uud
In tho Opera Houso mi Monday fore
noon, both for Iho celebration or thu
nation's birthday, has consented In de
liver another nddruss mi Saturday
ut cuing lit Iho Opera Houso. Tho
mailer was only concluded yesterday,
when Dr. Orecn consented tu niiiko tho
nihil ess, and bo lias chusen one,' of the
finest of his series, entitled "Tho Gos
pel of Discontent a I'l otest."
Those who mailo tho request of Dr.
(lrc.cn Incliiilo Governor W. F. Frcnr,
P. C. Jones, (I, 11. Castle, ltlcliaid 11.
Tienl, W. W. Hull, W, O. Smith. L.
Temicy Peck, M. P. itoblnsnn, (loorgn
Dalles, S, M. Damon, F, .1, Lotvrcy,
Aloxander Young. On Juno 22, Secu-t-iry
II, P. WimiiI of tho Hawaii Promo
tion fommllleu undo Dr. flroen ns
"At Iho last meeting of the members
of the Hawaii Promotion Committee,
Iho hope was expressed that, during
iiui- enfoiced stay lu Honolulu, jou
might fat or our people- with oud of
your Interesting lectures. Trusting
Hint on may find tt convenient to do
so and believing Hint our Opera Houso
will bo filled for tho occasion, I to
Dr. Oio.in estorday replied:
"I hate our kind letters, containing
Iho lequett of your Promotion Com
mltteo that I deliver u Iodine beroro
I lento Honolulu. I nppieclnto tho
compliment that the inquest contains,
mid shall ho very glad tu comply wllh
It, being gm ci ned, of course, by any
nriangemeiits that .may bo locally
Of this lecture tho Cincinnati Ku
qulrer said: "It Is a huglo nolo for
what should bo nn c.tcimuntlng war
against shams." The l'lnildeneo
Journal called It "a maslerpleco alike
In method nnd mailer," The Toledo
Hlado t-ald It was "ono ot tho gleatest
and must practical addiughcs oior glv
en In Toledo."
Thoso who heal d Dr. (Iieen H( Cell
tial Union ehuicli nnd at tho palilotle
celohiatlon the follow lug morning felt
Hieim-cltcs fortuuato lu listening to
The Saturday utenlug ihMrcm will
begin at S.15, Mr. Adiiuis of tho llerg
sliom Music Compiuy Is handling all
iiirangemetits mid llekets can be ob
tulucd ut lcibtiom'b. '
Storekeeper with Islnnd experience
In take charge of cumilry store on
lino of rallioad, Island of U.iliu
Must bu first-class nci militant,
furnish leference nnd stating sal
ary desired Apply "Storekeeper,"
II ll lie tin olllie. ISuG-lf
llrlght, liitelllgcnt woman or girl to
answer phone nnd take orders,
must pay strict n'tetitlon tu busi
ness. Answer, with full descrip
tion, to (.! , Bulletin iilllec.
Wanted lly n young lady, position
as Htcnozrnnhcr and tvncwrltcr.
Addicts 111 I, ll u l l o 1 1 u ofllcc.
Allegntor pears; any qunntlt) ; good
prices. Communicate P. O. Hot:
lloy wanted dm lug vacation l:
Port St. 4S5.",
Clean wiping rags at the Dullettn of
fice. SITUATION WANTED.
Japnnoso Prlvnto Cooking School
Kauilllca or hotels Biippllcd wllh
cooks. C, M. Mntzlc, 1457 Auld
I. a ne. Phono 15CI.
A small sllter watch; Klglu make;
has monogram C ,tl. McL. on back
of case. Kinder please return to
Bulletin office and recelte re
Ulack kwtllier hnndbng containing
gold-rlmmed eye glasses, etc. He
ward If ictitrued lo II u 1 1 o t I u.
Hither on Punchbowl street car or on
Kurt ktrcet, one link guld brace
let. Kinder will be lewaided by
leaving sanio nt this office. 21
Package containing finish wash
silk dress between Young and
Country Club. Huward nt this of
Hngllsh bulldog; half brlndle. Itc
ward If returned to Ccorgo Hcclt-
lcy, Diamond Head,
Puss book No.
& Trust Co,
2829 First Am. SaV.
Plcaso return to
A green swastlckn pin.
nt II u 1 1 o 1 1 n offico.
There's pleasure and profit
in using W. P. Fuller & Co.'s
Lewers & Cooke,
SPECIAL DISPENSATION FOR
This is to your advantage. Look
it up. DO IT NOW.
HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
Nos. 69-71 Beretania St.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Osteopathic Physician and Oculist.
222 Emma Square.
Hours: Consulting, 2-3 p. m
excepting Saturdays, Operating, 8
12 ii. m including Saturdays; 3(1
p. m., excepting Saturdays.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 236,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Cor. lleretnnln and I'nlon Streets.
Large, wcll-ventllnted rooms, sin
gle or en suite, .lust opened.
Newly nnd handsomely furnished
IC. of P. lottngcs, 2 story, new, Un
ion street and Garden lane; closo
to business; no yard to keep up;
no enr rare. Electric lights and
gas. Apply to. J. M. McChcsncy,
IC Merchant street. 4310-tf
Furnished Koom I'or ono young
man; large, airy, electric lighted;
bath; nt Wnlklki beach; ten mill
tiles' car ride to city; board next
door. Address A. I". T., care II u 1
Comfortable, quiet room, well ven
tilated; cold nnd hot water; elec
tric light; reasonable. ltlchnrd
St., next to Dr. Murray's.
To Let targe yard and outbuild
ings, suitable for contractor, car
penter .etc. Apply The Ktnits
ford, 10 'J Herotunla St, 4353-:t
Unfurnished cottage on llcrctanla
St., opposite Hawaiian Hotel, Ap
ply to II. C. Carter, Campbell
lllock, Merchant St. 4330-lw
At tho end ot car lino on the bench,
furnished house; four bed-rooms;
electric lights. Address "N,"
H u 1 1 o 1 1 n office.
Furnished cottage; 3 bedrooms; gas;
electric lights; mosquito proof;
good location, Hoom '206 Judd
building. 4315 14
Hoom nnd board in privnte family.
Inquire at 732 Klnnu. street, near
Alapal. Terms reasonable
Desirable, cool, mosquito proot
rooms. Apply 23G King st,, bet.
Alakca and Richards sts.
Two furnished rooms. 1071A Like
llko SI., near Campbell La no.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConncll, 1223 Lmnia St.
Furnished Cottage at Cottago Grove.
L. C Smith Typcwrlleis. Hepalrlng
on tpcwrlters, mechanical and
electrical goods. C. W. Mncfar
lano & Co. Masonic Temple.
Phono 195. 4356-tf
Westcrimoer Piano, upright, lu lino
condition. Parly leatlng clly, rea
son for selling. Price $115. Ad
diess "Piano," this oHlcc. 4352-3t
20,000 Cocoanuta Just nrrlvcd on
schooner Concord, from Fanning
Island. Miller Salvagts Co. r. O.
llox 527. 4285-tf
A Una business opportunity for busi
ness men. Address II. A., Ilullc
tlu office. 4337-3W
Choice collection ot
Located as wc are on a prominent
comer, we have a continual stream
of applicants for houses and cot
tages to rent.
If you will call or mail us partic
ulars of what you have to rent in
Honolulu wc will keep the same on
cur lists until rented, send all in
quirers direct to you and make NO
CHARGE WHATEVER unless you
tequcst us to keep the key, personal
ly show the property, and make the
We do this simply for the conveni
ence of those calling on us and for
the indirect results derived there
from. OUR SPECIALTY IS SELLING
HONOLULU PROPERTY FOR CASH.
Wc urge you to avail yourself of
this unusual opportunity whenever
THE REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
82 King St.
ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works