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F. H. Redward
Contractor and Builder
42 Punchbowl Street.
Telephone BLUE 1701.
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
Tttepfaoac White SL :
Jobbing Promptly- Attended To.
Office and Shop:
Beretanla. Near Alapal
SEWER WORK A SPECIALTY.
KEEP YOUR HORSE
Where the feed is good, the con
ditions sanitary, attention kind
and prompt and
James Brown, Proprietor
Wm. J. ARNOLD, Manager.
HAS CONSTi.NTLY OX HAND A
CHOICE LIKE OF ,
Imported and Tgi ,
Fis4-; Live and Refrigerated Poultry,
Butter, Eggs, Cheese, Potatoes,
Fruits and Vegctablee.
Two deliveries dally to acy place
IUihi city limits at 9 a. m. and 3
p m. '
Customers desiring to have their
oraers aeuverea are reBpectrully re-
quested to call and leave the same r
orlor to the hours above named. I
.Telephone Huh 379.. j
ICE .. ICE
Delivered lo Jill parts of
Oahu Ice &
Phone 3161 Bluo
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FOR ONE WEEK OMLY
Bi& SHIRT WfllSf SUbE Mm
ALL IMPORTED GOODS of
stylish fashion?. Don't
Saturday, Jan. lsth.
I A. A. MONTANO, Prop
H. F. DAVISON, Mop.
ARLINGTON BLOCK. .
Phone Main 311.
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HE TERRITORY STABLES
A MODERN LIVERY, up-to-date in every particular, first-class
boarding. Rigs delivered and called for in any part of the city.
S. F. Thornas, Manager.
NewYorkDentaTRAEROADS' LOSS BY
Room 4, Elite BtHldinc, Hotel Street
THE DENTAL SPECIALISTS.
No Mere Dread of the Dsntal Ch air.
Teeth extracted and filled absolute!?
without nain br oer late scientific
mafki Vn ctAAn-n.-rv4t.Mno. flnt:!
No sleep-producing agents
or cocaine. These are the only dental
parlors in Honolulu that have the pat -
eat appliances and Ingredients to ex- ,, . -
tract, fill and apply gold croons and.Froni tn Baltimore American.
porcelain crowns, unaetectacie iron:
natural teeth, and warranted for ten
years, without the least particle of
pain. Gold crowns and teeth without
plates, gold filllngc and all other den-
tal work done painlessly and by
Gold crowns, 55; full set teeth, $5;
bridge work, $5; gold filling, (1 up;
silver fillings, 50c
Any work that should not prove sat
isfactory will be attended to free of
charge any time within 5 years.
We are making a specialty of gold
crowns and bridge work; the most
beautiful, painless and durable of all
dental work known to the profession.
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best. We
have a specialist in each department. I prom the Cairo Sphinx.
Best operators, best gold workmen ..,-,.
and extractors of teeth; in fact, all the I Plerpont Morgan is coming to Cai
staff are inventors of modern dentis-, " shortly, and he is not coming for
try. We will tell you In advance ex- j his health. The army of occupation
actiy what your work will cost by free ! will repulse any attempt to remove
examination. Give us a call and you j the pyramids ar1 sphinx, aud the
will find we 'o exactly as we adver- ,,cgs cf tho Abbasbiyeh fox hunt arc
se- being trained as sleuth hounds tc
. track Jir. Morgan's secret agents.
M YORK DENTAL Hid
Room 4 Elite Building, Hotel St.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Office open from S a. ra. to 6 p. no.
Make appointments for evening
Wela Ka Hao Saloon.
Tumble in some day!
McKENZIE & THOMPSON, Frop's.
the very latest find most
forgot, it will close on
P. 0. Box 57.
IwS&aai tn-iu-. :
rtTTAT rr t A r i- r t
NHIIK fllrH H l.flK
wuvuiiiuu ui uxxio.il. t-.s wen aac ssa, Atpaaaio.
t Mart: $1. Book 225, page K7. Bat
' ed January 9 IS2.
KEW YORK. Jan. 10 A Pennsyl-; D. Maaael to J. S. R. de Meo:
vania Railroad oScial has compiled
i slti?tir efvyyiri? that 3 Srtl f?pht
cars -were ball; in this country last,
year. Nocwiiflstandlcg this enor-
moos addition to the transportation !
facilities of the country, it is esiirnat-
ed that th railroads of the coaatryi
hare lost more then S399,m be-
I came of th scarcity of freight cars.;
Nearly all of the Eastern liaes haTe
received offers of 25 per cent more.
trafflc tnso they coald handle. Every.
railroad of imnartaace ia the Uait1
r-... i 1.1.1 ,k...
States has complained of a shortage
i of freight cars,
-Well, this is remarkable
Mrs. Peck. "Here's aa article ia the
j paper about a Chicago coopie waofiwse - -wa.teo iay i. iwi.
hare been atarned for 8ty ycats and
have never had a aaarrei The bos
bead gires out a algaed stateannt to
that effect. What do yoa -way.
-R-bcre is Henryr
Bnt Henry hae gone to his rcotu to
a'rlte a note of sympathy.
A Handy Mother-In-Law.
From the Baltimore American.
The mother-fn-Iaw joke mas lost
i its pviuL iui u .cis ivin mi liter aiuvc
bis own aged mother-in-law saved hif
life by rushing valiaiulv at an en
, ragtd bull vrlth a pitcnfork. A mo-
tner-m-iaw who can pitchfork a sav
age bull into submission is too handy
a thing around the house to be held
up to ridicule.
While the Ladies Stood.
From the Philadelphia Press.
Mrs. Chellus The trouble with my
husband is that he can't keep his
eyes off the women.
M,"rs. Pepprey You wrong him. I
saw him sitting in a crowded car last
he was pretending to be
Guarding the Pyramids,
real -ESTATE TRANSFERS
The following transactions in real
estate have been recorded:
Recorded January 11, 1902
L. K. Kentwell to Ching Kok; bill
of sale; one-half leasehold, buildings
etc., near Maunakea street Honolulu
Oahu; $1000. Book 221, .page 4S7.
Dated October 10. 1901.
K. Manuwai and wife to AUx. Gar
vie;; mortgage; lot 2S, block 3, Ke
walo tract Honolulu , Oahu; $250
Book 230. page 190. Dated Januarv 11
Recorded January 13, 1902.
M. G. Augustinho and wife to J.
Mendez; partition deed; east half of
lot 24. block 3, Kewalo tract, Hrno-
hilu. Oahu; $5. Book 223, page 333. (
Dated January 11, 1902. . j
J. Feroz to E. da Silva; mortgage;
piece lend. Kaiwiki
$75. Book 230, pag
cumber 7, 19)2.
202. Dated De-
K. Ukimatsu to I. B. Schoen; biP '
of sale; leasehold, building, etc., Ima
da Hotel, Hilo, Hawaii; $200. Book
224, page 44S. Dated January S. 1902
C H. AVetmore to E. N. Pake; re
lease; portion 1L P. 2270. Kul. 1104.
Kukuau. Hilo. Hawaii; $600. Book
ICG, page 410. Dated December 30.
E. N. Pake; affidavit; in re owner
ship 65 acres land, Puumoi, Hilo. Ha
waii. Book 224, page 4S9. Dated Jan
uary 3, 1902.
E. N. Pake to' Onomea Sugar Com '
rany; mortgage; thirty-five -acres
mail, ir'uumoi, turn. Hawaii: souo.
Bock 230. page 203. Dated Januarv 3.
M. Martins and wife to A. ManosI;
mortgage: piece land. Kaupakulua.
Hamakualoa. Ms-ui; $200. Book 230.
page 204. Dated November 11. 1901.
J. Burkinbbaw to J. Fernandez; re
lease; Patent 39SS. HSnereneuIa.
makca. Hawaii; $1300. Book
page G- Datd January r, 1902. I e bad to pull the phlegm out of
A. LIdgate to M. R. Capul: release: ! his mouth In great long strings. I
ht 7, Kaineae homestead. Hamakua.jam positive that if I had not got that
Htwait: $600. Dook 230. page 205-
J. Fernandez and wife to M. R.
ncula. Hamakun. Hawaii; $200 Book
22$ naselSa. Dsfei! January- 7. IQil" '
! M. R. Capeie sni wife to M. Bran !
cc; mortgage; Patent. 35SS. Htnehe
reuia. Fatent ; S. Kninehe, Hama
(wi. nsiraii; im. tooK -w. pag
1W f TkAl T " .AAA
i iw. lbica .luuuary , isv.
M. J. Noareesc and "wife to M.
Branco; mortgas; Patent 3935. Kau-
samaso. Katnakwn. Hawaii; $7u0.
Bo-k 230. page 207. Dated January
j Else et al. to E. Paawrta; ded; -
P. 2014. Kb). 242SD. R. P. 5339. ,
224G3. Kalialua. KoSlanpokn. '
vebh; siou. hook 23-.. page -4. uat-'
Jd January 11, 1502.
iv. raaweia, to j. h. aoya; neeu:
j Interest in R. P. 2014, Kul 224SD,j
Interest in R. F. 53S9. Kul. 2216S
UBcok 229. page 335. Daisd January'.
j 1L 1902. j
tked; Ki P. 15C4, WaHacoalkl. Kipa
cola. M&ni. $2 Book 223, page 335
Dated December 4 1S6L
e. W T T t f 1"a Iaj-1 - t-X
.r ."-.. -.. ' "T
J deed: iattrest ra Ap- 5. R. P. 152$,
KaL l275. interest la Ap. 3. R. P.
KbI. S. Paooa. Koeotela. O&bv:
i5. Book 229. page 33S. Dated Jaa-
i sery u. isfc
Aaaa to Teas Moa; assfcamest of
0tta; 10 44;
Dated December 24. lL
w. C. Acai and -wife to 4. Trak-
j deed; lots i. 2, Z 1. 11. 12. 13 li aad ;
1. bloc 5, tots 15. 18. 17, IS aad 1&.
bIocfe . Kahrtaai tract. Hoaotato.
ua"B: 2. Bock 234,
! D1 December 31. 1501.
J. W. Pufciko to AL Traak: awd:
R. r. 2S79. Kal. 3455. Kakaako. Ho-
n-lulu. Oahu; $L Boefe 234. page 27.
Dated May 31. ISS7.
t Kaobimaaau to P. Contrer&s:
' deed real aad personal property. Ra
Pa. Paa. Kaaai: ?I. Book 234.
r f . i. ureaore to M. J. Gonsalves:
release: lots C, 7, 2f. 27. block 12.
portloa lots 5 and 2S. block 12. Kewa-k-
tract, portion R. P. 279S, KuL
3721B, WalkiW, Honolulu, Oahu:
$100. Book 230, pag 29S. Dated
January 7, 1502.
George Ross aad w?fe to J. A.
Buck; deed: interest ia piece land.
Karnau. North Hilo. Hawaii: $223.
Book 231. page 29. Dated December
Recorded January 14, 1S02.
J. Kumaiae et al. to J. A. Maguire .
j assignment of lease; two leaseho'ds
North Kona. Hawaii; $500. Book 22S.
page 449. Dated January 14. 192.
R. M. Macaulay to R. C Silva; as
signment of lease; portion Ap. 2, R.
P. 3612. Kul. S3S, Emma street, Ho
nolulu. Oahu; SI. Book 212. page
472. Dated January 10, 190
Hr Cleclrle Spark.
The young lineman twirled his bat In
bis bands in an agitated manner and
spoke In a voice that seemed to have s
tendency to get away from him.
"Millie, the fact Is I I-tlicre's some
thing I've been wautlng to tell you a
long time, but I can't seem to fetch it
When you look at me like that you
know, It breaks me all up. I've been
coming here so longlhat I oughtn't to
be afraid, I reckon, but but you know
how it Is or maybe you don't cither. I
thought 1 could say it ail right when 1
came in. but you're a little the iivest
wire I ever I didn't think it would be
so bard when I"
Here he came to a dead stop.
"Millie." he exclaimed in despera
tion, "I'm short circuited! I've burned
out a fuse!"
"Jerry, are you trying lo ask me to
"Why, of course 1 will, you fooliah
And love's current flowed unobstruct
edly again, lighting up with Its pure
radiance the rose embowered pathway
that, etc. Chicago Tribune.
The Dlapnted .unr of the "War.
The Coufederate Veterans, in their
annual convention hi Louisville, decid
ed that the war of 1SG1-5 should be
known as the "war between the
states." This is the name that Alexan
der H. Stephens favored, and it is the
one generally used by the people of the.
south in speaking of that war. the
northern people calling it the rebellion.
Strange It is that neither name is a cor-
i rect definition of the event. All know
that there was no rebellion. States thnl
had sovereignty could not be guilty of
rebellion. Neither was It a war be
tween the states, but actually a wni
between two governments made up ot
states. Seme writers call it a civil war.
yet it wa not a war between citizen
In their civil capacity, but. as before
said, a war between regularly organ
Ized governments. There Is. lu fact. u
concise way of naming the couflici.
hence these misnomers. Possibly the
best title would be the simple one ol
calling it by the years of Its buginning
and close namely, tin war of IS) 1-5
A Little Boy's Life Saved.
I have a few words to say regarding
Chamberlain's Cough Rsmedy. It
saved my little boy's life and I feel
I cannot praise It enough? H bought
a bottle of It from A. E. Steere of
Goodwin, S. D.. U. S. A., and when I
got home with it the poor baby could
hardly breathe. I gave the medicine
as directed every ten minutes until
be "threw up" and then I thought
sure ha was sroinir to choke to death.
bottle of congh medicine, my boy
would not be on earth today. Joel
Dcmont, Inwood, Iowa.
o The Whole Story
o in one letter about 8
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Veti Inttrnailj- and Kxtemallj.
To Siraj, s5c aadSocbocScs.
WM. H. BARTH
1290 Fort Street, Near Kclori Street
P. O. BOX 50.
GALVANIZED IRON SKYLIGHTS,
PIPE AND GUTTER WORK
i Sspsirisg Prea?l!j Atbsia i U
r. 3. SRSMXl.
RUSSELL a W1TSGX
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW.
Cor. Merchant aad Aiakea Streets
Phone Main 323.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses, etc
Removed to the
OSces of Macfarlane & Co.,
Fine Cabinet Photos Only $3.50 per
Cor. of Ftlaunakea snd Kin? Sts.
P.O. BOX 544
530 FORT STREET
DR. W. R, BOGLE
Room 18. Arlington Building.
CORNS AND INGROWING
TOE NAILS EXTRACTED
'9 Si 6 On
A G E N TS
Stangenwald Building :
: Phone 223 Main.
NICE . CIGAR . STAN D
Adjoining Hotel Stables.
Tobaccos of All Kinds.
Cool Drinks On Ice.
Opposite Hawaiian Hotel.
FIRST CLASS TAILOR.
CLOTHES MADE TO ORDER
Cleaned and Pressed.
Adjoining Hotel Stables Opposite
Frsneh 7 laundry
30.7, Cr ofEentanlaAv-.iu.sranct.lK.TrI St
All WorkDone by Hand
Lace Curtains, Silk and Glove
Gleaning a Specialty.
JISJDIIS & CO.
I0S KING STREET.
G J. "WALLER, - - - Manager.
Wholesale and Retail
NAVY COMTRAGTORS $
THE EAGLE SALOON
GEO. J. CAVANAUGH, Prop'r."""
Always on tap.
Punchbowl and Halekanlla Sts.
Beretanla Street near Alakea.
Fort Employment igency
(JAPANESE AND CHINESE.)
King StreeL : : : Cor. Alakea SL
Cooks. TVasters. Servants. Honse
Boys. Gardes Boys. Stable Boys, sup
plied at a moment's notice.
Contracters requiring cen can - ob-.
tain them thnwsta us.
It Pays to
No matter what you are buying
rule holds good in other things
best laundry as it will always g!veyou the most for your money.
In this case it is the most satisfaction and the least wear to yets
clothes. Yon are saving money as safely when ycu buy good las-
dry work as in any other ccmrrcdity.
s s s
Mm Steam laundry
41 At a.
GalifoTniQ ttafFieSS SljOp
mf?ams&t?Jr7A i "va
Vtidrew Usher 8c Gosj:
SCOTCH MHISKEY "N0NE E?UAL-,'
9 . ..
I The Coyne
IS OFFERING SOME
tip i iTiprr. ni'iH'nnTi cptc
lu WHITE MAPLE. 1UUDSEYE
MAPLE. OAK. MAHOGANY,
a ASH, ELM and PINE.
J OTlic Progress
gg, Business Property
Ships and Dock
The eflicieiicy, brilliancy, jenctrating power aiwl general sat
isfaction, which our new enclosed type of ARC LIGHTS arc
giving- recommend them tp the
Mr. C. C. Eakin, of the Imperial Cigar Store, has been atfercr
tlie new arc light for some time, and says : " find lh's neir ifcf
g'ves absolute satisfaction m every respect, and I would Aare
We have many uch oimtioas as tin?, but the light is the
greatest recojiunendation. Can be seen at Manufacturing Sire
Co.. W. V. DinvuKl's, Globe Clothing Store and others. F-oer
further- information aldress
if The Hawaiian Eisefris So.. 114
ft Ivlny; SrJtreeL ZNTetiJ' JVlttlceai.
Estimates furnished on First-Clas?
The Patronage of Owners, Arch!
tects and Builders Solicited.
P. O. Box 162.
115 Union St..
Set the Best
it always pays to get the best. This Q
as well. It pays to patronise the j
Opposite Club Stables.
D. O. HAMMAN.
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PHONE BLUE JZtL
OFFICE: 1249 FORT S7MEL
merchant as tlte best light
Xo. 64 Hotel, opp. Xe'w Ensltai 5a:
ery, and Hocel street. jk?.
Suits Made to Order In the jrec
Styles. Perfect Fit Guarantees.
Clothing Cleaned. "Cv.- and R-paarai!
k nt. . j&asr, rsar-v mm
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