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EVMlNO BULLtttrt,, ttONOLPLtt, f. fit'DAY, AUdUflf M, 1IM.
Pi no taught in 0 months, $3 month
v icbsuiib;, opccini auouuon aauit
beginners. Teacher," Dullotln offlcc.
.(Riven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1260 Alapal St. Telephone
Olio Oss Carpenter, Jobber and
Contractor. Ihone 1563, 1420
Victoria St. 4321-im
'Set Sing.Kee-tPlumber and Tinsmith,
'Smith St., bet. Hotel and PauahlT
For Wnlunae, wolallia; Kahoku and
Way Stations '9:16 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
(Stations f7:30 a, a., 9:15 aim.,
"1:05 a. ni., 2:lS p. m 3z0 p. m.,
"15:15 p. m., J9.-30 p. m., tll:0 p. m
For Wahlawa 9:16 a! m." and
"6:16 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kanaka,
Wnlalua and Walanae 8!36 a: in..
...6:31 p. m.
Arrive in Honolulu from Ewa. Mill
and Pearl City 7:46 a,- m., 8:36
a. m., 10:38 a. m., l:40 p. m., M:31
V m 6:3l p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:3 J a. m. and 6:3i p. m.
t Ex. Sunday. '
1 Bunday Only.
The Halelwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only first-class tickets ' hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunda
at 8:22 a, m.; returning;, arrives Id
Honolulu at 10:10 p. ru. The Limited
xtopa only at Pearl City and Walanae.
Q. P. DKNI30N. F. O. nMtTH.
The Encore Saloon
'Try a. drink at the new place tad
4 - . J --
have MIKE PATTON serre yon.
COR. HOTEL and SWASH.
manufactured from pur distilled wa'
tir. Delivered to any part' of city' by
courteous drivers. ' '
0ABU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528.
Delivered to, residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant 8t
OF ALL ENDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBEK.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
tneen Street :: :i ':: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co,
Wholesale importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FORT and QUEEN ST8.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specislty.
563 S, BERETANIA II,
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of 'every capacity andvde-
senption made. to order. Boiler wrk
and HIVITED PIPES for irrifttion
-purposes a specialty, f artlculk." at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and' re
airs executed at, shortest notice
' P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of 'Deeds for. California rd
New York; NqTARY PUBLIC;
Orant Marriage Licenses? Draws
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT! ST,
HONOLULU; PHONE 310. '
h u uuimi riAnun, i ,,
T.H A.V E rt PIANO CO,
i ,1S( HOTEL STRUT. '
I rhone XI 8. ,
'' TUNINO QninANTMJTO.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
German or French conversation
guaranteed in 5 weeks. Address
Pro(. Mathcw, 70 Young Illdg. ' '
Japanese Employment Aiiociation,
Nuuanu and Pauahl Sts. Call up
phone 697 If you want a cook,
(food boy or servants.
Duisenberg & Farrar, Architects, 62-
. muuouer' luung- uunaing.
.Telephone 276. ' '.
Til Tnittoln'al TJIII.. . 11..
Erenine Bulletin, mmij
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B n 1 -
i e 1 1 n omce
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Jewelers and Watchmakers.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, sit.
uated' at'Pawaa' on King' and.' Young
streets. Building in' flrat-class or
der and connected with1 artesian wa
ter. Electric li"!it and' gas. Also
Kapiolani Park 'ots and improved
property at Hauuia and 'other prop
erty. Edward Everett Hale
' BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
' Young Bids.
'I II It UllUUt UUl
f . 11 ,! J 1 r j - - j i
Kine Street, Ewa of. FishmarkeL
DRY GOODS 'AND lFURNISHINQ
GOODS of EVERY:DI-
f cifitonal Board of
Office .403 Stangewald Bldg.
'The finest Bathing on the BeaeV
.Meals At All Hours.
WINES; LIQUORS.- AND CIOARI.
' 'W. 0. 3ER0IN. PfopTietoT.
LUNCHES and OBIJKI
The most poou'iar
place in town..
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel Bi near Fori '
lack 8cullV: "' Jack Roberts
OHIO CLOTHES CLEANING: CO.
132 Beretania St.
Ladies' indigents' clothes and
gloves cleaned. "Contracts' $1.50 ' per
m'onth,wfou'r suits. Dyeing and dry
eieaning: Telephone .vm.
We have for sale Uaclt Set Ranges,
size 4 to 9 ft.; Drldge & Bach
"Suporlor Stoves;" Quick Meal
and Perfection oil stoves; Farm
er's nrollers. Camp. and Laundry
stoyes. Phone 211. EMMBLUTH
& CO.. LTD., 145 King St. '
,i ..I TO-' (Tt I-! iii) In -
BULUETIN AD8 PAY
IAS B Iff 4B
W onYiiisYl nnniT
By Louis JowpK Vane' I
rrrlfkl. IHS. y IW Bkt-MwrUI Cfc' I
Abruptly life .Iicihy finnds delved
Into tl6 contents of the hug, like the
pawn oj'n terrier dlBBlB In' earth. To
Klrkwocd tho air seemed tcinpornrlly
thick with (lying objects, ncueatb, his
astonlxbrd' eyes a' lowel fell' upon the
tabic a crumpled, soiled towel bear
ing on Its dingy hem tho Inocriptloii
In Indelible Ink. "Hotel du Commerce,
Anvcrs," A tooth mug of substantial
carjhenwaro dropped 'to the floor with
a' crash. A slimy soap dish o'f the'
.same manufacture slid 'across the table
and' Into Urentwlck's' lap'. X bailcred
alarm clock with 'never n tick left In'
Its 'nbuscd cart-ass rang vacuously; as
It fell by the cpen bag. The remain:
dcr was oranges, a dozen or more
small, round, golden globes of ripe,
fruit, perhaps a shade overripe, there
fore the more aromatic.
.The adventurer; ripped out an okt
tulreadyF he rag'rd Injury." ''Done
'r.eak-me, blind as n'-batf -' ""
Ue fell suddenly silent, the blood
'ecu. eating In' his face; as suddenly
bn 'ta forth again, haranguing tlie
"That's why he went out and bought
the so oranges, ,1s It ' Think of lt-me
titling In the hotel In Antwerp nnd
lilih lugging In oranges by llie'bagful
because he was fond of 'fruit! AVhcn
did be do It? now do I, know?' If I
knew, would I be' here, and lilm the
devil knows where this' minute? -When
my back'was turned, of course! That's
why he was so hot about picking a
fight on. the boat, clrfJhYnnted toiget
thrown off and take to the woods,
leaving me with thin! And that's why
he felt so awful 'done up he wouldn't;
lake a band nt" hunlltig you' I wu clown,
hey? I'll cani)'oii hls'irnll';for 'the,
rest of his'' natural born days! Ill
haVehlfc'cyete'cih for'thls! I'll"
lie swayed, glbberlngwlth rage, his'
countenance frightfully, contorted. , bis'
fat hands, shaking ns he struggled I for
And then, while yet-thelr own nstou
Ishment held' I)ontliy. Klrkwood,
lircritwlck and Btryker speechless,
pharles. the inrchat'ilcliin. moved sudi
dpuly' upon tile 'ndveuturer. .
.Thei't 'followed 'VwA hietallc clicks.
Calendar's ravings' were nbruptcd as
If 'Ills' tongue Ii'tid been paralysed.' lie',
fell back n' prtce. flabby Ji'iwlit'pale a'nd
slinking, pondrruus Jaw drnlilng, on
his brensti mouth I wide nnd eyes
crazed as be shook violently liefore
lilm his thick, tle:iy wrists, securely
Simultaneously the bold mechanician
whirled about, hounded, eagerly across
the' floor riiid en tight Sfryker nt 'the
loor," his desteniiis'Tliigers 'tVi-lstlng In
fhe' captain's' i-nllar hs''he Jerked' 111 hi
liaclc mid trlpii.it lilm. '
'""Mr. Klrkwood."'' he ertcd. ."here,
p'lease.ibnb moment! Take this man's'
gun from hint, will you?"
Klrkwood sprang to his assistance
and wltholTt encountering much trou
ble succeeded In wrystlng n 'revolver,
from Striker's Jmp. Ihiecld fingers, i"
Kouhly the mechanician,. shook the.
maul dragging. Iiltii to his feet', 'Now,''.'
he" ordered Mfe'ruly. ''.v'du'.ma'rch to, tlni
corner.- stick your nose' lii It nnd 'lie'
'Sood! .You can't get nwny Jf you try.
I've got other 'nicrf outside, waiting for
you' to come ant. "Understand?"
Trembling like a whipped rur.- BtryJ
kcr meekly obeyed lilt Instructlohstn
.The mechanician, with a contemptu
ous; laugh, leaving lilm. strode; back to.
Calendar, meanwhile whipping off lilt
"Plllp, 7 tn"cont rCtvtry Kordt""
goggles, and clapped a hearty haid
upoii the a'dventhfer's qtiaklug sltouV
dcrs. ' " "- " "
"Well." he cried, "and are you still
ftfttltnr Hi-eta 'rntind t f 1 1 liiH frltm'
Scotland 'Yilrd.'Klmmnna or' fellow's' or
Sanderson or Calendar or Cruii'ilistonc
or whatever name you irefer to .snll
'iitl.ir glartHl at JiIiii ngliasi, then
teut i-tl ,11 profound High, HliriiKKitl lil
fut ,flniiiliUTH .mill li.'lH ,hU head In
thought. An liHtiuit liiti'l' hi; Ioo!e0
.up. ''You t-iin'l iln It." he Informed (hi
'tletectlvo jl-Sii"" '"; "You hjveil'
vl u niireu o( elit-nco ugiitnst tncl
r'hat's'there? A' nllrt bf ornnitfs nnd
a pecVof'trash! -What 'or It? Be-
aides," he thrcatenefl, "It roll pinch
ma you'll, have id lake the girl id too.
1 swear that whatever stealing was
done she. did it. I'll hot be' trapped
this wav bv her and let lift- off with
out a sqUfni. Tdlic in-tttkB lltf, d'yOU'
"1 thluk.'' tilit Id tile Clear, biahd HC,
cents of tlrentwlcl; "We'cail cottslder
that mutter settled. . t have-here, my
man," nodding to the adventurer as
ho took up the black leather wallet
"I hare here a little matter which may
clear up nny lingering -doubts as to
your standing which yW'indy be'rtls-
poted'at present to entertain."
e extracted it slip' of cardboarut-and
ot arm's length laid 1. ott' the table
edge beneath the adVcdttirer's eyes.
The latter, bcwlldered,'beht over It for
a moment, breathing heavily, then
straightened back, ' shook himself,
laughed shortly with a) mirthless note
and faced the detective.
"It's 'cotru; with you. now,' I guessr
he suggested very quietly. '
"The Uitiintster. warrant Is still out
for you," niurhed'thebian. "That'll
he enough to hold you on till extradi
tion papers Wive from the' Stales."
"Ohl I'll a-'atre those, hnd I won't
live yn'u nny trotihlK either. I reckon.'
'Auscd' the adventured' Jingling lib.
Slaohclcs' thoughtfully, "I'm a back
'number anywny. When n half grout
girl. n. halt baked boy; n Itnli III;.- Mill
read and a clilhfmitrd snipe frnii
Kootlnnd Yard cau put It all over im
thli way, why, I guess It's up to me ti
go home nnd retire to my countrj
place up, the. Hudson." lie sighed
wearily -,Yep:,tlnie"iu cut'lt out. Iluf
,1 would like to he 'free long enough t
get In one 'good llck'ht tli.it Yiiuft Mul
re'ady. Sly1 friend; .yb'u get jour hanib
oh' him. and'Tll sijtle:ll oh lilm till t'u
blue In the face. That's u promise."
' "You'll have'thecbance before long.'
replied the detective.' ""We received a
telegram from the Amsterdam poller
lato hls afternoon, saying 'they'd pick'
cd "P , Mr. ilulready wftli n woman
named Ilallaui and were holding ttieni
on suspicion., It' seems." 'turulug to
Brentwlck; "they 'were' opining neg
tla'tlbns for the snle'of a' lot of stones
aiid aeeihed In such n(preclous hurry
that ''the diamond merchant's suspi
cions were, roused. We're sending over
for them; Miss Calendar, so you can
make your tulnd. easy about your Jewels.-
You'll have them back In a few
-'.Thank you," said the girl with an
effort. ' ,
" "Well,V,the adventurer delivered bit
peroration "V , certainly, am b (.lined
'glrid' to'hcar It 'Iwouldn't' 'vo been' a
square deal any othCr'way."
" Then.'lvlth an uncertain nod compre
bending tho girl, Klrkwood and Ilrent'
wick. "So' long!" he, said' thickly nnd
'turned, with the detective's- hand un-,
der bis arm, and, accompanied by the
thoroughly cowed Strykcr, waddled oui
or the. room.
.Klrkwood, following' the exodus,
closed the door with elaborate cart
and 'slowly, deep in thought, returned
to the table. '
' Drentwlck had slipped dowu In, bli
chair,' resting' bis silvered bend upon
Itsbnck, and was smiling serenely up'
it thb'low yellow celling. Ttefo'rd him
on the table hi long whlto flngert
were drumming an Inaudible.' tuna.
Presently rouslns-. ha caucht Klrlt
.wood's eye and smiled slieeplshlr, like
a child caught In' Innocent, mischief,
Tlio younger man grinned broadly,
"And you were responsible for nil that!"
bo commented, Inllnltely amused.
' ' nrentwIck'noJiled, twinkling seltsat
Isfactlon'.' "I contrived It all." he said
"Xcat, 1 call It too." Ill old cyc
'brightened with 'remtnlicent etijoyi
mcut. "Inspiration," he crowed softly
"Inspiration, pure and slaipJ'e. I'd beer.
worrying my wits for fully five win-,
uies ucrora ivotton setleU llie mattei
by telling me about the cantaln's, hir
ing of. t lie 'motor car, Then In n Oast
I bad It. 1" talked with CharleH Di
'tcleitione his' unino Is really diaries
by'thb bye overrame hN cousclentloiif
aeriiplea'abo'ut'jilayltig his' fih whet
they nerd already all but (added Vm'
aettlmt the artistic details."
He' chuckled delightedly. "It's tin
Jnstlnct," ho declared emphallcally-i
"the- Instinct for' adventure. I knev.
It wns Inline, latent somewhere, hut
never.tlll this day did It get the' op.
po'rtunliy to assert, Itself. A born nd
ventiircr-tlmt'B what I am! You see.
It was essential '.that they should tie
lleve wo were 'frightened nnd runnlfi;
from them. That way they would1"!)
sure to run after us: Why, we might
have baited a dozen traps and failed
tn, lure lliemlnto'iiiy house after that
stout scoundrel knew you'd had tin
chaneo to tell me the whole, yarn
Odd!" , i
, Wercn't you taking chances, you
and Charles?" asked , Kirk wood curl;
"Precious few. There was. nnothet
m6tor' from Scotland 'ard, "trailing
'Captain gtryker's. If they had run
past or turned "aside tliey would have
beeu' overhauled In short order."
' "What I don't Hnderstaiid,";contend
ed Klrkwood, "Is'how yolt colivlnccd
Calendar that he couldn't'got revenge
by pressing his charge against Miss
.Calcudar Dorothy." '
''Oli-h'" Mr. Ilreutwkk elevated bit
.One white eyebrows, and sat up brisk-.
,ly.,,'My dear boy. that was the most
dnjscjablu, dish on tlie entire menu,
'l hare' bech reserving It, I dpn't mind
owrilng, that I might bettor" enjoy, the
full relish of It. I may answer you'
best, perhaps, 'by nsklug you to scan
-what-1' offered to tho fat ccottndrera
respectful consideration', my dear sir."
li lovlciVn fi.eHlioer a lthc enrd..
At first glance It conveyea i.ciLinul to
the younger luan'H beiitghted 'Intelli
gence, lie puzzlcdover It, twlstlnt)
,hU brows out of iillminient. An ordl
nary oblong slip of thin white card
boafrt, It .was jpngrayed Jit fine script
ftl-toltoVs: 1j,i', iJeiirgo liurguyne
Cdfei'da, 31 Aspen Villas, 8. W."
"Ohr' rtclaltned Klrkwood at length,
stflbdlna- on., bis face bright with tan
' "i," lacbfllcitlry Assented the eldef
Impulsively Klrkwood leaned flcrou
the' table." "Dorothy'," he said' ten
derly nnd when the girl's happy eyes
met tils' qllietly drew her attention to
Then he rose hastily and went over
to stand by the window, staring mist
ily Into the blank face of night be
yond Its unseen panes.
Ilelilnd him there "was a confusion
of little noises tile sound of a chair
pushed hurriedly aside) a, rustle of
skirts, a happy soli or two, low voices
Internilngllng-slghs. Out of It finally
came the father's accents.
There, there, my dear, 'my .dearest
dcarl" protested (he old gentleman.
"Positively ,1 don t deserve n tithe of
this. 1" The yonng old voice qua
vered nnd broke, In n hnppy laugh.
"You must understand." he continued
wore soberly, ".that nd consideration of
any sort Is'duc me. When we married
t was too old for your mother, child.
We both knew It. both believed It
would never matter. Hut it did.- fly
her wish I went back to America; We
were to see what separation would do
to heal the wounds dissension bid
caused. It wns -a very foolish experi
ment. Your mother died before I
There fell a silence, ngnln broken
by tho fafher. "After that 1 was In
no' haste to return. Hut' some years
ago I came to London to lire. I com
municated with. the old colonel, nsk
lag permission to see you. Jt wns re
fused In a' manner which precluded
Iho'subject belng'rcopeiied by me. 1
was Informed'that If 1 persisted In at
tempting to seo you you would bo dis
inherited: Ho was very angry with
me Justly, I ndmlt. One, must grow
old before one can sec how unforgiva
bly one wns wrong In youth. So 1
settled down to a quiet ola age, de
termined, not to disturb you In your
happiness. Ah' Klrkwood!"
The old gentlcmn'n wns standing, bis
arm around his daughter's shoulders,
when Klrkwood 'turned.
"Come' here, Philip. I'm explaining
to Dorothy; hut 'you should hear. The
evening I called on you, dear boy at
the Pless, returning home I received a
message, from my solicitors, whom I
had Instructed to keep an eye on Doro
thy's wejfnre. They Informed me that
she had 'disappeared. ,ntu rally I can
celed my plans to go to' Munich nnd
stayed, employing detectives. Otic of
the first things they discovered wns
that Dorothy had run off with an eld
erly person calling himself George
nurgoync Calendar, the name I had
discarded when f found that to nc-
knowledge me would Imperil my
daughter's fortune. The Investigations
went deeper. Charles, let us continue
to -call lilm. had been to sec me only
this- afternoon to Inform, me- of the
plot they hnd discovered. This Hal
lam woman and her son It seeuis that
they were legitimately lu the line of
Inheritance, Dorothy out, of the way.
"Out'" the woman was-nh-u ' had lot.
.Somehow she' got Into communication
wltli'tlils fat rogue, and' together they
plotted It out, Charles ddesii't 'believe
that the Hallam 'woman expected to
enjoy the 'llurgnyne estates for very
many days. Her plan was to step In
when Dorothy stepped out, gnthcr up
what she could, realize on It audi de
camp. That Is why tbero was so much
excitement about the Jewels-nnturally
the most valuable llem'ou her list, tho
'most easy to convert Into cash. Tho
man Xlillready we do not place. He
seems' to hive be'cu a Hbndy'cbaractcr
tho'Tat rognc picked up somewhere,
The battel's ordinary Hue of business
wds diamond' smuggling, though' he
would condescend to 'almost' anything
in orucr to turn n msuoncst penny,
".That seems to exhaust tile subject,
I'.nt one word.uiore. Dorothy, I am
old enough nnd have suffered 'enough
to, ktitnw the wisdom of seizing one's
happiness, when, 'one may. My dear,
a little while ago you.d'd n very, brave
ueru. Liuuer lire you satu a inosi cour
ageous, womanly, credttahlo thing.
'Aiid'Phlllfi'B rejoinder "wis only second
hi nobility -to' yonrs.' I do' hope to
goodness that you' two hiesfod 'young
sters won't let nny addle pnted scru
ples stand between yourselves nnd
the prize of romance, your Inalienable
Abruptly Drentwlck, who wns no
longer, Drentwlck, but, the actual Cal
endar, relented' the girl'. from hi em
brace nnd hopped iilmhiy liwiird, the
door. "Itenlly; J must''sco' riixiut that
petrol!"-ho cried.1 ' '"Wbllo It's pit'
fectly true that Charles lied aboiit Its
running 'out, we must be getting on.
I'll call you when we're' ready to
And the door crashed to behind ,hlm.
-Ilotwccii them was the table. Ite
yond It tho girl stood with head erect,
dim tears glimmering on the lashes of
'thoso eyes with which she met Thlllp's
steady' gazo so fearlessly, ,
Singing nba'ut them, the alienee deep
ened. Fascinated, though' Ids heart
wns faint with longing, Klrkwood fnl
tered ou the threshold of his king
dom. "Dorothy! You did mean It, dear?"
Hbo laughed a little; low, sobbing
laugh that nasi Its aourco deep In the
bidden sanctuary of her heart of a
"I meant It, my dearest. If, you'll
have u girl so bold and' forward, who
'caaVt wait till she's "asked, but, throws
herself Into tbd arms of tho tiiati sho
loves Philip; I1 meant It, every 'word!"
And ns he went to her swiftly, round
tho table', she turned to meet ,blm,
arms uplifted, her scarlet lips n-trum-ble,
the brown -and bewitching lashes
droplng over her wondrously lighted
"wan t s
Wanted Uy a young lady, position
as stenographer and typewriter.
Address llli) H u 1 1 1 1 n omce.
An experienced lady hat trimmer.
Address K. Fukuroda, Hotel St.
Clean wiping rags nt tho Bulletin of
fice. SITUATION WANTED.
Japanese Private Cooking School
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzlc, 1457 Auld
Lane. Phone 1S64.
Position as foreman of ranch; have
had lots of practical experlencu In
States. Address 114, Ilulletln.
Strayed or stolen from vicinity of
Thomas .Square, small white ter
rier puppy) with sore on left car.
Return to this ofnee and recclvo
Klgln watch; silver case; leather
fob; Hawaiian cot of arms; Satur
day last. Itcturn to this office nnd
recelvo reward. 439o-3t
In the Aquarium, Saturday, a white
linen belt, with white Ivory carved
buckle. Reward at D u 1 1 e 1 1 n
A lady's belt. Owner can have the
same by proving property and
paying for this ad. 4381-tt
Dr. F. SCHUMANN
222 Emma Square.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-12
a, nt., 3-6 p. in,
1 love mv wife and her home cook
ing, but Oh! you
The Manhattan Cafe
Fort St.. near Hotel.
B. WM.' .WAHHAJt' Frop.
Levy's for Groceries
Latest styles' sold at cost
ForV'6 Beretania Jita., Harrison Bile
,C0NTBACT0K and BUILDEB,
Office: Honolulu 'Painting Co., 221
King St.;' P. 0..Box.91t.
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in niokle. silver
and gold plated work. , h
KINO, 0PP, ALAPAI ST.
Chsos. R. Frazier
fOUB "ADVEKTISKBl ,
flione 371.' ' 122 Bag . '
,8 -CENT 'CIQAK
M. A. Guxist & ,Co.
' FQBT AND.kmO STREETS. '
-.Bece'ved ex Alameda a 'New Ship
ment if , Latest Styles in
K. U YEDA,
' '1028NUUANTJ"ST. '
C. Q. TEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
The Weekly Edition tf the Evening
bulletin gives a c'omplet summary.'ol
Room nnd board In" small' prlvnto
family In every way desirable; a
gentleman preferred. Address II.
H., Uullctln office. 4390-tf
K. of P. cottages, 2 story, new. Un
ion street nnd Onrden lane; close
to business; no yard to keep up;
no car tare. Electric lights and
gas. Apply to J. M. McChesney,
1C Merchant street. 4319-tf
At the end of car line on the beach,
furnished house; four bed-rooms;
electrlo lights. Address "N,"
11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n office.
Desirable niosqulto-proot rooms nnd '
board for gentlemen. "The Mac
donnld" New llungalow, Puna
hou Street. 4380-tt
Furnished cottage; also cool, mos-qulto-proof
rooms. 230 King St.,
between Alakea and Richard.
Largo furnished rooms for ladles,
with or without board. Mrs. F. D.
Wlcke, 1245 Ucrctanla Ave.
Clean furnished room; $1.50 week.
Front rooms S2. 1281 Fort St.
Two furnished rooms. 1071A Like
like St,, near Campbell Lane.
Two furnished rooms. - Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
A few first mortgages on real estate;
12 per cent net; money Invested
on incomo bearing property; ab
solute security; In sums from
$100 upward. P. K. Straucb, At-torney-at-lnw,
Walty DIdg., 74 8.
King St. 4385-tC
Ferns Australian and other varie
ties; also logs, baskets, begonias
and stcphnotts plnnts, For 'par
ticular call on MIsb Johnson, Fort
street, near Vienna llakcry
L. C. Smith Typewriters.- Repairing
on typewriters, mechanical ' and
electrical goods. C. W. Macfar
lane & Co, Moronic Temple.
Phone 146. 43D6-U
A' good second-hand Columbia chain
less bike; can bosccn at the store
of Yoshlkawn, King St., near
Choice collection ot stamps (about
3.000). Address 1941 Dul la
tin office. tt
Second-hand eurry for sale.
watcrhouse Trust .Co.
FOB SALE KAIHUKI DISTRICT.
Almost new, house, 4 rooms, bath.
lot 50x118-8 feet, improved, a pret
ty home, fine' view ocean,-and city,
near Sixth avenue. Price ,1200.
Another, and this one is just what
you are looking for. A real bar
gain; up-to-date style bungalow, 0
large rooms; both wide verandas;
two lots, 00x232. feet; large Tront
lawn planted with hedges, plants,
many kinds of fruits. Honolulu
can't produce a. better, for, the money
for. home or investment Priee
12,200. Picture at office.
PACIFIC COAST REAL ESTATE CO.
I ' ' F. B. Munroc.Mgr.
848 Kaohumand 8t.
Boston Baked Beans. . '
Boston Brown Bread. - X.
Leave orders a day ahaad.
28 loaves ot bread for tl.OO.
1128 Fort St. - - Phone 187.
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