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EVEN'ir.O DU1.LETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., FRIDAY. JTI.Y 1C. 1909. ' ' ' "
We do the very best repairing on
Typewriters, Adding Machines
irticl ,Cas1i Itcglstors. Our repair-1
Ins on the most Intrlcnto clectrl- j
cnl apparatus cannot. b6 excelled.
All work Riinrantccd. C. V. Mnc-i
farlano & Co., 'Masonic Temple.1
riiono H6. 432-tf
Piano taught in 0 months, $3 month
(S Iokhoiih). Special nltontlim adult
beglnnerM. "Teacher." Ilullclln 'moc.
Otto Oss Carpenter, Jobber and
Contractor. Phone 153. 1420
Victoria St. 4m-lm
For Walanne, Wuliilua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9: in a. in., 3:20 p. iu ,
For Tcarl City, Kwn Mill and Wnj
ljtatlons 1":30 a. in., 9:1D u. in.,
11:05 a. m., 2:15 p. m.. 320 p. m.,
6:16 p. m., 0:30 p. m., tllspo p. m
For Wahlawa 'ICID a. m. and
5:16 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
Walalua and Wnl.itioo 8:3G a. m..
..6:31 p. in.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewi Mill
and Pearl City 7:IG a. ni., 8:3ii
h. m., 10:88 a. m , lna p. in., 4:31
p m., C: Jtt p. m.. 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:30 a. m. and 5:31 p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Halclwa l.lmltcd. a two horn
train (only. first-chitis tickets hon
orod), leno,s Honolulu every Sundaj
nt 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrives lr
Honolulu nt 10:10 p. m. Tho Mmlle4
Btops only nt Pearl City and Walnnaa
O. P. DENIBON. V. C. SMITH.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
hove MIKE PATT0N serve yon.
COR. HOTEL and NUtfANV.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OaIIII iCE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 628.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St
' OF All KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Gueen Street .: : :: :: Honolulu.
M. Fhililps & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
' AMERICAN DRY QOODS
FORT and QUEEN 8T8.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty,
5C3 S. BERETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity ani de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVITED 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 Berctania St.
Ladies' and gents' clothes and
gloves cleaned. Contracts $1.50 per
month, four suits. Dyeing and dry
cleaning. Telephone 400.
y aixu wnittit riANua.
J; ,T H A Y E rt piano c ,a .
k lit MOTRli HTflKBT.
M Phone 8.
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185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. These are the telephon
numbers p' fie Bulletin office.
Japanese Employment Association,
N'uunmi and I'auuhl Sis. Call up
phone fi9" If uu want a cook,
good hoy or Hervnnts.
uutsen&erg & Jtarrar, Architects, oz
03 Alexander Young
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1250 Alapal St. Telephone
Tee Sing Kee-riumbcr and Tinsmith,
fimlth St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
BENNY & CO., Ltd,
AGENTS FOR THE
1266 Fort St.
Fukuokayo Hotel, Liliha 'Street.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, sit
uated at Pawaa on King and Young
stieets. Building in first-class or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric lHjt and gas. Also
Knpiolani Park Jots and improved
property at Hatula and other prop
King Street, Ewa of Fisunarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
Ohas. R. Frazier
x'hone-371. 122 King St.
CONTRACTOR and DU1LDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 014.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hoars.
WINES. LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. 0. 3ERUIN. Proprietor.
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Shurt Orders at All Times
of the Day and Night, Wc Never
Sleep. FORT ST.. NEAR HOTEL.
II. Win. WAiUTAM. tfrop.
1. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California and
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Moitgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
Wo havo lor salo-xli-o
to It ft
Uncle Sot Itanges,
llrlilRO & lleach
"Superior Stoves;" Quick Meal
anil refection oil stoves; Farm
ui's l!rol!orn, Camp anil Laundry
stoves. I'hono 211. KMMELUTH
& CO., LTD.. 145 Kins St.
Dy Louis Joseph Vance
Capyrif M. I90S. by Iht Belli.
TfirTuimil TlioTGggnge loom iI7l In
ter loui'il n lnrclinnlt-nlly courteous nt
tumlaiit, .wlio, ni the I exult of profound
deliberation, mhlsci! him to try IiIh
luck nt tin.' lost Iukkiw room ncroii
tlio stallou. He iii'ccplri! the ntlrlcc.
It M n foregone comluslon that lilt
effects hnil not heoii ioiicrd to the
Ttllmry dock. 'J hoy could not lime
tiecn loiided Into the Iukkhkc Mill with
out his iierxoii.il Miirrrlloii. Still, an
tlilu mis llnhlc to Happen when his
unlucky star wns In the yl.cond.iiit.
lie found them In the lost luggage
A clerk helped him Identify the arti
cles nnd ultimately clucked with a per
functory note, "Sixpence each, plense."
"I ah pardonV
"Sixpence cjcli, the fixed charge, sir.
Tor ctory twenty-four hours or frac
tion thereof, sixpence per parcel."
"Oh, thank you no much," Kild Kirk
wood sweetly. "I nlll call tomorrow."
"Very good, sir. Thank jou. ttlr."
"The times Nlxpence Is two nnd lx,"
KI.'!:wuod computed, iiiuklui; his way
bau.lly out of the elation lest n worse
thl.. befall him. "No, lili-ss jour
be. it not while two and eight repre
ss .i la the sum total of my forlune."
lie wandered out Into the night, lie
could not linger round the Htatlon till
djn, uud what prollt to lilui If be
did? lhen were he to ransom his
trunks one can scauely chauge one's
ilotlitng in a public walttug room.
Somewhere Iu the disunite a great
clock chimed u single stroke freighted
sore wltti luclunihuly. It knelled' the
passing of the half hour nfler mid
night, a witching hour when eerj
public shuts up tight nnd gentlemen
In top bats and ee'ulug diess are
doomed to pace the pito till day
(burlng they lino homes or lslble
means of support) till day, when
pawnshops open and such personal ef
fects as watches and hammered tdlcr
cigar eases may be hypothecated. What
was he 'to do? An hour passed.
Through this long hour Kirk wood
walked without u pause.
Another clock Humcuherc clanged
resonantly tw-ke. The woikl was ery
still. And so. wandering foot loose, Iu
a wilderness of waji, turning aimless
ly, now right, now left, be found him
self In l'rognnll street.
Kirk wood 'Ideutlucd It with a start
and a guilty tremor. He slopped stock
still In nn unreasoning state of semi
panic, arrested by n silly Impulse to
turn nnd lly, as If the bobby whom be
descried approaching him with mens
ured stride, pausing now and again to
try n door or flash bis bullscya down
nn men, were to be expected to Jdcn
tlfy the man responsible for that
racket raised ere midnight In vacant
At tho comer he swerved nnd cross
ed, still possessed of bis del 11 of In
spiration. It would bo uitfnlr to him
to say that be did not stiugglc to re
sist It, for he did, because It was fair
ly ami egreglously asinine; yet, strug
gling, bis feet trod tho path to which
It tempted bint.
"Why." be expostulated feebly, "I
might its well turn back nnd bent tbat
bobby ocr tho head with my cano!"
dint at the moment his hand was In
Ids change pocket, feeling over that
same brass door key which earlier he
Imd been una bio to account for, nnd
bo ,wns Informing himself how very
easy It would have been for the sov
ereign purso to luo dropped from bis
waistcoat pocket while he was sliding
on bis ear ilowu the dark stnlrcnsc.
To rccmor It meant, nt tho least, shel
ter for tho night, followed by n decent,
comfortable nnd sustaining morning
meal. TortMcd by both be could re
deem his luggage, i banco to clothing
more suitable for daj light traveling,
paw n bis valuables and enter Into nego
tiations with the slcamshlp company
for permission to exchaugo bis pas
sage, with n sum to boot, ror trans-,
portntlon on another Ilncr a most
feasible project, n temptation all but.
Hut t lien-1 lie risk. Supposing, for
the sako of argument, the customary
night watchman to hare taken up a
transient ireslilcmo In No. 0, sup
posing the police to havo entered with
him i ml found tho stunned man on
the Kcniml floor, would the watchman
not be vigilant for another nocturnal
marauder would not the poljco now,
roore than cer, be keeping ti wary eyo
on that house of suspicious happen
ings? Decidedly tn reenter It would lie to
Incur a deadly risk. And jet undoubt
edly, beyond question, Ids bimrcign
purso was wnllliv for lilin somewhere
on tho second flight of stairs, while
tils means of clandestine entry lay
warm In bis flngcrs-tbo key to the
dark entry, which he had by force of
habit pocketed after locking the door
on IcaUilg tho iiotiso with Dorothy.
Ho camo to the Hog-lh-the-round.
Its windows were' dim with low
turned gaslights. Down tho covered
alleyway (Jiudrnnt mews slept In n
dusk, but lltfully relieved by n lamp
or two round which tho friendly mist
clung close, and thick.
There would be none to see.
Skulking, throat swotkn with fear,
he.ut beating liken snare.dnim, Kirk
wood took his chance, lltittunhiu' bis
oVfrcnnt collar up to Ids CTiTnTii liilT iff
Ing tho fact tint his hat must stand
out like n chimney pot on n delnched
house, he sped tin (Iptoe down the cob
bled way nnd dose beneath the house
walls of Quadrant mews; but, half
way In, be Mopped, confounded by an
unforeseen illlnciilty. How wns he to
Identify the uirrow entry of Nn. u,
whose counlerpirts doubtless rnnunii
nlcated with the mews from otery res
idence on four sides of the city block?
Itc almost lost his bend when he
realized that escape wns nlready cut
oft by the way lie lind come. Koine
one or, rather, some two men were
entering the alley. lie could hear the
tramping nnd shultlo of clumsy fett
nnd voices that muttered Indistinctly
One seemed lo trip ocr something mid
cursed. The other laughed. The Milces
grew more loud. They were coining
bis way. He dated no longer Miclllate,
Ho dled Into the nearest lit.it k hole
of n passageway and In sheer despera
tion Hung himself, key In hand, against
the door nt the cud. Mark how his
luck sened lilin who had forsworn
hert lie found a kejhnle nnd Inserted
the key. It turned. So did the l.lmb.
'I be door gave Inward. lie fill In
with It. slummed It, shot the bolls and,
panting, leaned ngnlust Its panels, In a
pit of everlasting night, but saud
for the time being, at nil c wills.
NDOOItS KlrUwotd fared unlnppll)
the enigma of fortuity, wuinler
Ing If this by any posslhilli) wen
The key had Htt(d, the bolts bud
been drawn on the Inside, nnd, while
the key had been one of ordinary pat
tern mid would no doubt li.no prined
cITec'tual with any one of a hundred
comniou'lovks, the linger of proh.iblllt)
seemed to Indicate that Ids luck had
brought htm back to No. U. ,
In spite of nil this, lie was sensible
of little contldeuce. Though ibis werp
truly No. U. bis frerdom still lay on
the knees of thi gidii his cry life, be
like, was polsid, tottering on a pinna
cle of cliame.
In the end. tnklus heart of despera
tion, lie stooped and reunited his
shoes, n precaution which later ap
lienlcd to Ids sense of the rldhulous
In A lew of the rat Let he bad ratted In
entering, but which at the moment
seemed most natural nnd In accord
unco with common sense. Then, rls
Ing, bo held tils breath, staring nnd
listening. About him the pitch dark
nesa was punctuated with fading
points of fire, nnd lu his ears wns a
noise of strange whisperings.
( He went forward gingerly, feellug
his way llko a blind man on strange
ground. I'.re long be stumbled ourn
doorslll nnd found that (the walls of
the passnge had fallen nwny. He hid
entered n room, a Mack- cfieru ol
Indeterminate dimensions. Thence
progressing oter tomplnlnlng floors
through .what tuny haw been the son
ants' ball, n lirge room with a table
In the middle nnd n iiiiiiiIht of pro
mlscuous chairs (witness his tortured
shins), tie Dually blundered Into the
basement hall way.
Ity now- a little calmer, he felt (in
sured that this wns really No. 0
l'rognnll stuvt timl n little happlei
about It nil. Ihousli not een itioiiieii
tarlly forgetful of the potential pollee
and tiUht wntthinaii. However, be
mouutcd the steps to the ground floor
without iidU'iiture and found himself
at last In. the s'line dim nnd ghostly
ball which he hid entered some six
hours before. The muckery of dusk
admitted by the fnullght was Just
strong enough to enable him to Iden
tify the general hy of the land nnd
nrrangement of furniture.
More contldcntly with each uncon
tested step he continued bis quest
Klntlon wns stirring Ids spirit when
be gained the llrst floor nnd moml
toward the foot of tho second (light,
nppronclilng the spot wliere.it Jn wns
tar begin the search for the missing
purse. Tho knowledge that he linked
means of obtaining Illumination de
terred him nothing. He had some
hope of finding matches In one of the
adjacent rooms, but, falling that, was
prepared to ascend the stairs on nil
fours, feeling every Inch of their sur
face If It took hours.
And thus It fell out Hint, at Hie It.
stant lie. was thinking It time to begin
to crawl nnd hunt, his stockinged fcej
camo Into contact with something
hcivy, jlcldlng. warm something that
moed, moaned uud c-.iu-.ed bis hair to
br.Ktlc nnd bis flesh to creep.
We will make allowances for lilin
,Ui jilnug be had gnno on the assump
tion that his antagonist of the dark
3Xi'rwny would h.no recoterod nnd
jnndo off with all expedition In the
co-Jrso or teii or twenty minutes at
nvit from the time of his accident.
To And him still there wns something
entirely outside of Kill. wood's reckon
Itur. Ho would as soon have thought
lo encounter, siy, (.iilendiir would
have j referred the Intlt r. Indeed
"Poor devil!" murmured the yoiuiij
man. "He must he In a pretty bad
way for sure!" lie knelt. comp.isloii
gentling bis heart, and put one hand to
t lie insentient face. A warm suenl
moistened Ids lliigeis. Ills palm was
fanned by steady lesplr.illoii.
ImiuensuYnb! porplced. the Anierl
Clin lose, slipped on Ids shoes mid but
touod llieui. thinking li.ud the while
Wh.tt ought he to do? Ob lously fllghi
suggested Itself-liicoutlneut flight, mi
tlclp.itln the man's lecmorj On the
other baud. Indubitably flic latter had
sustulnid such Injury that conscious
ness. when It came to hliu. would hard
ly be re-enforced by much nggiesse
power. Moteocr. It was to he it
membered that the one was In that
bouse with quite as much w at rant as
the other unless Klrkwood hud diiiun
n rash Inference from the Incident of
tho ragged sentry. The two of Ibem
wero inutual If antagonistic liespass
eis. Neither would dire bring abou
iTio iirteM of the oilier. And Ihcii-nnd
this wns tint the least consideration to
lutlmucc Klrkuuotl KrluH the fel
low would die If he got no attention,
fl.lght upon the subject, iittunl ns
well ns n'urilho. soolurd to be the
flrt ceiitjil. lilt mind e"tupood.
Klrkwood sol lilimelf Iu icaii.li of It.
The lb or ho w.ts mi, honour, nIToiildl
III in no assistance.
After some luouioiiliiry hesitation ho
wont upttalrs. his nst cut m.irkrii by a
rluglo mid grateful Incident. Halfway
to the tup ho tltsl on nil object that
clinked ut.itorfoot uud, Mopping, re
Irleied the lest purse.
'1 he rooms in the rrrnnd floor wore
bedchamber., blond. I'lep. stately. In
habited I ) sou ii de lis of loneliness.
Ill ol-e. on it dresser. Klll.wood found
i Hump of candle In n hluii inudlo
stlek. The two ilinmd ends of
mitohos nt Its base wore only nn Irrl
tnllng dlsimrrj. Iiowout-e Ideiioe
that ical tiinlihos had hi on the mode
In .No. 1i at some remote date.
Iilsitstod ami nppressid by i lunula
tile Ifiqitl'ltliouoss, he touk the i au
dio end back In the Intl. tie would
luxe glion much for( the time nnd
menus to ir.nlio u more detailed lines
ligation Into the seoiel of the house.
Sluie Ids litest entr.iuto his vision
hid niljtislril Itself to eope with tho
obtonilly lo some extent, and the street
llsht. niiagerly rellreteil through tho
windows from the bosom of n sullen
(will of t loud low swung above tho
illy, had helped hltii to ploto together
many n detail of decoration and fur
ntslilu,'. nllke somlier mid richly dig
nll'od Klrl.wotd told hltnolf that
the ovvi.er, whuovcr lie might be. wns
a man of wealth uiiii taste Inherited
from another nge. He bad found little
of meretricious today lu the duelling,
much that was solid nnd sedate nnd
homely niid-Vlctorlan. lie could have
wished for more. A box of early Vic
torian tcstas had been highly accept
able. M'i!.lug his wny downstairs to tho
strM.in man. who wns, quite ns he
had boon. Klrkwood bent over nnd
thrust rilling lingers Into his pockets
regardless of the wretched sense of
guilt and suenklslmoss Imputed by
the action. Mubbornly heedless of the
possibility of the man's uwakoiillig to
llnd himself being seniclud nnd rot-
In the list place he sought, which
should, he rcallriil, line been the llrst
-to wit, the fob pixkot Of the white
wnlstco.it he found n small gold
matchbox pin sod tight with wax ves
tas nnd. berating himself for crass
stupidity be bail satul a ileal of time
mid trouble by thinking of this tiefore
-lighted the i audio.
Ah Its golden flame shot up with
scarce a tremor, prc.ud upon by a per
fectly excusable concern, he bent to
examine the man's countenance. The
i) rut which had par 11 bidden It hid
fatten bail; Into u natural position It
n-as n young face tbat gleamed pallid
In the candlelight, n fate inclined, u
tittle npld it tul luslgnltlcaiit. with fen
uros regular nrtl nont. betrajlng few
harncteilstles other than the purely
negative nttrlbutos of n ilmrattor us
it unformed. pos-lb'y unformable
tin -h the roll of fate that be might
iie expeitod to see, remembering
hose tliln uvd, iMiutlng lips tint before
ml lui resent him. Its owner was
robably little more I'-nn twenty. In
Is attire thoro v-mi n nislc,lnii of n
op's prci Isotioss, aside from Us nccl
"I dill imihP hl-i Mil at nil" do
land i''"' it It as most oxas-f-ritl
" laion mliy of t'io boy's
f'ttlliiff M kciu like ci Wind mem on
npiiearnnce assorted with his doubts
role of persecutor of distressed dam
sels uud nocturnal hoiisebiciiker.
Klrkwood lient closer nhoo the mo
tionless head, with puzidtd eyes striv
ing to pin down hoiiio elusive resem
blance that lie thought to truce .in
Ihose uicuuus features, u rescmbhincu
to some one he had seen or known ut
soino past time huiucw here, somehow.
"I give It iiji. Huess I'm mistaken.
An) how, live young Kugllshineii out of
uveiy tin of Ids class me Just as
blond and foolish. Now Id's see how
bad lie's hurt."
With hands strong nnd gentle he
turned the round, light head. Then
"A III" he tommciiled In the ntcent ut
coinpiehenslou, for thero wits nn tiugiy
looking biiuiu at thu baso uf the skull
(To Be Continued) -
m li m
The Industrial Editlou of the
E v i n I n p Bulletin, wrnnncd
ready for mailing, SO cents at B u 1
1 e t i n office, '
1 vi-ijip -; 'fwv.rii wmnmjs ?i r -
L"--',,ffiKr(W5BRf',v'-?"( J." '
Wanted lly n young lady, position '
ns stcnogrnpher and typewriter.
Addict 1IH, Hullo tin onicc. J
llrlght rcwItiK girls nt Mine. Lam-.
berL's Drosfliiiaklne; Parlurs. liar-1
rlson block, coiner Tort. 43Cl-3t
Clean wiping rags at the Dulletln of-
Japanese I'rlvnte Cooking School
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzle, 1-157 Atitd
Lane. Phone 15CI.
In the Aquarium, S.ttiirdav, n white
linen belt, with wlilto lory curwd
buckle. ltcvvurd nt II u I 1 o t I n
silk dress between
ltewnrd nt this nt-4353-tf
A green swastlckn pin.
at 11 u I lo tl n ofllce,
Cured by LydiaE.Pinkham's
I'awl'aw, Mich. "I suffered terrl-
35s bly from female Ills,
inaiion niut conges
tion, for several
jo.nrs. .My doctor
said theru wns no
j -iy iioks lor niu but nit
V Jsa ojicratloii. 1 bcKan
taking L)tll V
bio C'omiound, and
I can now say I am
Anotlicr 0H.'ratlon Avoided.
Chicago. III. "1 want women to
know what that wonderful medicine,
I.ydla ll.-J'liikliam's Vegetable Com
pound, lias donu for inc. Two of the
best doctors In Chicago said I would
die If I did not have nn operation, and
1 never thought of set Ing a well day
again. I hailn small tumor and female
troubles so that X sutTerctl day and
night. A friend recommended l.ydia
K. l'iiikliam's Vegetable Compound,
and it matte mo ir well woman." Mrs.
AI.VKN.V ht'tiiLiNo, 11 Langdon St,
Lvdia K. l'iiikliam's Vegetable Com.
pound, made from roots and herbs,
lias proved to bo the most successful
remedy for curing the worst forms of
femalo ills, Including displacements,
inflammation, fibroid tumors. Irregu
larities, periodic pains, backache, bear-Ing-down
feeling, flatulency, lndlges.
Hon, and nervous prostration. It costs
but a trlllo to try it. nnd the result
lias been worth millions to many
Fortify your roofs with the
best roofing material made.
Leading contractors the
ones who look to their cus
tomers' interests all rec
Samples free at
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King Street. v
arc the shoes that prove.
REGAL SHOE STORE.
King & Bethel.
Levy's for Groceries
l-'urnlsiieil ('filtngo Mminrii, sit
rooms, gas. piano, on car lino:
3 or I months. Address 1C2U
1'llktil, off Wilder. -I3C3-1W
bodrooin, pilvllego of Kitch
en ; tti jocmg womiiti. Addiess
.Miss K, Woodnrd, l'oit St.
K. of I'. cottages, 2 btory, new, Un
ion street and Garden lane; close
to buslncs's; no yard to keep up;
no car fare. Hlectrlc. lights nnd
gas. Apply to J. M. McChosnoy,
1C Merchant street. 431-tt
rurnlshoil Room for ono joung
man; large, niry, electric lighted;
bath; nt Walklkl beach; ten min
utes' mr ride to city; board next
door. Address A. !'. T., caro 11 u I
At tlie end of ear tine on the bench,
furnished bouse; tour bed-rooms;
electric lights. Address "N,"
II u 1 1 c 1 1 n ofllce.
Iloom nnd beard lu prlvato family.
Inqulro at T32 Klnau street, near
Alapal. Terms reasonable
Desirable, cool, mosquito - proof
rooms. Apply 23C King st., bet.
Alakea and Utchards sts.
Two furnished rooms. 1071A Llko
like St., near Campbell Lane.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. M;Conncll, 1223 Cmma St.
Turnlalicd Cottnge nt Cottago Qrove.
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L. C, Smith Typewriters. Itepalrlng
on typewriters, mechanical uud
electrical goods. C. W. Macfnr
l.ino & Co. Mnroiilc Temple.
I'houc 14u. 433G-tt
for swell gowns, designs from
Worth & Doucet, perfect nt, seo
Mino. Lainbnrt. Harrison lllock,
lleretunln and Tort St. 43"8-Ct
20,000 Cocounuts Just nrrlvcd on
schooner Concord, from l'auulng
Island. Miller Salvago Co. 1'. O.
IIox C27. 42SG-tt
A good American I'Inno. I'rlce $100.
A roat bargain. 1031 Nmiuiiii.
near Schtsil St. 43C2-3t
Choice collection of stamps (about
3.000). Address 1941 llullo
tin ofllce. tt
Located as wc are on a prominent
corner, we have a continual stream
of applicants for houses nnd 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
our lists until rented, send all in
quirers direct to jou and make NO
CHABGE WHATEVER unless you
request us to keep the kev, 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
occasion requires. '
THE REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
82 King St.
' Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Osteopathic Physician and Oculist.
222 Emma Square.
Hours: Consulting, 2-3 p. m.,
excepting Saturdays, Operating, 8-
12 n. m,, including Saturdays; 3-6
). m., excepting Saturdays.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. I
Office with Dr. 0. B. Wood, 166 Berc
Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4
p.m., 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Telephone Office 24; Residence 1460
Still in business at the same old
LUNCHES and DRINK!
Thn mot popular
' " place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St, near Fori
Tack Scully. Jack Roberts,
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