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. HONOLULU BTAU-BULLETIK SATURDAY ATJfl UfiT 22, 1914.
The M-Buttetfn-- Want- Ads- and the : Work They Make Immediate and profitable returns from investment in the. STAR-BULLETIN Want Column. If yon hare anything to sell you can find no better or quicker way of finding the buyer than Ihrough the STAR-BULLETIN WantAdr THOUSANDS read them. Forine era ta word ydu can ieli J he STAR-BULLET! X'S 5,000 and more subscribers and that means MORE than 15j000 HEADERS. Surelyrin that.vast humberVyou will fid get iU Help Wanted,' situation Wanted, Furnished Cottages, Furnished houses, Furaished Rooms, Real Estate, or. anything For Sale or. To Rent. " & ': '..-t;ttt' 'tT-t-V;" CS0 C ZD 0 (DZX3 CLASSIFIED BUSHJEQ5 Do i (I- FOR SALE .0 Two Fairbanks platform scales, 20-Irii 28-ln, and 23-tn.x3Mn.; capacity 1200 and 1500 lbs.; in first class condition; also one Reading Stan dard motorcycle, one Fairbanks Morse 2 tup. gasoline engine, at Nelll's Workshop, 135 "Merchant Street ' ' C8C3tf-Sats: "' ". "f Lawn mowers-he kind and make that not only do the cutting properly, bat keep sharp longer and last" for many seasons. ' -Phone .1261. 1-flw- -ers & Cooke, Ltd, King street; . ;,.,: k52S9-tT ' 7 : T,v , I V ' i The Transo envelope, time-saving- laA ventlon. t No addressing' "necessary In sending out bills or receipts.- Ho- nolulu Star-Bulletin Co, Ltd, sole agents for patentee.' !vrf.; t tf ' Kruger piano -in-' perfect condition; - leaTing town; ' chance to secure great bargain. Inquire 1436 -Young street. - -V-' ' : ; 'C936-I2t Ford runabout, good condition; -$125 cash will take It. See V. V. Newell, Schuman Carrhxe Co. 5935-51 nilllard-poole table; almost new Thurston ave.; phone 4116. 1S46 Good lurestmert; 6?er 10 per cent; rented house.' Tel 1842. ' V". W9o-tf '.' ' . . . t. Inter-Island and Oabu Railroad ship ping books at Star-Bulletin office, tf Secretary Bryan's peace, treaties, with Argentine; Brazil' and . Chill were Signed.' .. .vf : .V--'i 5Dq. Jo.il fake our.hyivertising serioualy?Cc . po .voir "riscjetittouslw means to get ihetiitihost, in results from'tyonr'-U t Advert isi ng is" h FpiVmlingTy,-truo if -,&dVf line of rndeavor tlmt! maximum jn results iti and' exhaustively. Ilcnec- ' .IThere is more,t.ty,rnS "ari the mere publication of certain (p'ylated facts and . ' prices! i -i "y'.,,l.: :T :. . " Do you insist thatcybUr"jpmn your ads, that they may familiarize, themselves jvith j - tht .-ppccials of , the day, amVHhereby cooperate with your patrons m making their purchases?: Do 3'ou:clip andSt?-irnspieupuVpla , in jrour.establish,rti?n)r'6iir ads, as theyappcaf t - tPo yourploya-bainii attention customers to the fecY Jhat you advertise for their V: .benefit-suggesing ?that ,theyr would do .well tfc watch for and read your announcements? ivii f t Do ybu extend every (N3urte at your m-a mand lo' those who come into your store that they may be impressed with the cordiality of your house, so that when they notice yourads . they will stop and read what "The Ilouse of . Courtesy? has to say? ' it Advertising, in retail' stores, tends to tone r,up the entire establishment. It puts the store on wcijrd as promising certain definite things ' in quarityn f ice.- v i'-'-u . i Do you see jto'itijthat theVdignity -accoKlcd J." your store by .advertigng Is lived up to? : r r ; . . - i..-..- A. '(.,-, ' .-.! ...,fj..ft; ,. . . .. . ' , , , - JThese -are a? f ewt question$raiid ,tt :Jew sug-; gestions, ,)erharjstfiat mayserve to- help' our . advertisers incriving? evjerypeiiny's value from the money invested in advertising. - 4; attain iini permanently maintain a profit: " able business-it is absolutely jieeessary; to ;lay , ? down certain standards - - then live up to ttieral j He icho' icoultl.by lixs efforts rise Must irorfc and advcrtisc.7 : - I 1 -is: "k WANTED Everyont with anything for sale to ,'TlayiSafe." Considering the fac rtora of. sales, success In ' planning acadr is more satisfactory than knowing "bow it happened" after ward. it Star-Bulletin - Waat Ads -Bring Home the Bacon" every Mimey . - : v ' 5399-tf " AU lovers of music to deyeiop talent try taking lessons -from Ernest K. JVt K1 Ynnn RnfMInf .- T1 Sftfitt ."-I 5381-tf ' 'v: Cocoahuts and cocoa hxjt husks boughi in any quantity. Pacific Fibre Co.. : Ltd., 1382 Lilila sC Phone 4 J33. . ' ; v: ; : 5935-tf -' :? ;.r;- Fox Terrier, male puppy Address P. iO. box . 808, City. ;-5935-6t SltUATIOfj WANTED" Schoolboy wa'nts work mo-nings and fi;etentngs. Address T.' H..w box1 '.71, rClty:"" M ; 4 ' ir 5936-61 PHOTOGRAPHERS! FOR SALE. Cx8 Premo camera with Goers Dagor lens f 6.8 , in Nolute shutter, with telephoto Jens, wide angle lens and complete equipment" for dark 'and finishing room: To be "had at a bargain. Can be seen at Honolulu Photo Supply Co.' r . . 5926-tf COCOAN.UT PLANTS r FOR SAL& Cocoanut plants for sale; Samoan - va i rtety. Apply A;: D: ' Hills; .; Uhue; : 4KauaL . ; V.-r. 277tf Advertisers -ciearut : i t-wf c rre ; rtiftin& as, of any other order. to bbtiain' ilhe;- mnRbe done thoroughly 4 1 V .t.fji' tndise. in character of serv- 1 aUVertise them and I THE "AD MAX." .DIRE AUTOMOBILE. ', : ,'v'";'" ' '.. Frank Baker, sow located at Oabo Auto Stand. Phone 3848. V 5892-2m ' EL VERANO PHONE 2004. . .1049 Beretania st First-class rooms ' and board, reasonable rates; cot- ' tages in course of construction. Hen . ry Q. Bedford, manager. y. ; - 5927-lm CITY CLOTH E CLEANERS. . Are prepared to handle your work . ; Nunonu at Vineyard. Phone 5042. . . . ' - G322-3m ' : '.. ;. ' Rpste of officers, list of regular drill nights, stations, and current ln matlon for the National Guard of Hawaii. , Armory, corner Hotel and Miller Streets;'"'" '" - T-:-'-:,;; ..v-;."-TT,--.t:'--''--T . ;- Tv- ' ' ,.T:-S. '.l.:.-:',tr' 'T . GENERAL STAFF, " 1' T. V5 - , Col. .John W.t Jones. The Adjutant Gtneral; . MaJ. Charles ,W. Zlegler, Insp.-gen. , Maj.,Elm?r T.' Winant, Ord. OepL .. f'.T,;(BreTetted Colonel.) . .' . 1 . ''- ;;r?' . -MaJ Charles B,' Cooper, Surg.-gen. .. K't (Brevetted LleutColoriel.) . Mai John. W. Short, Chief Q. M. , t (Brevetted LieuLColonel.) T MaJ. Emil a . Peters, J. Adv.-gen. Aide to the. Governor, CapL J. D. Dougherty, Infantry; : ; 'v INSPECTOR-INSTRUCTOR'S OFFICE, . I . : -r LleuL W. C. Whitener, U. S. A, InspectorJnatruetor. Officers' school every Monday, 5 p.m. v . . v ' i- REGIMENTAL FIELD AND STAFF OFFICERS, 1ST, INF. Lt-CoL William R. Riley. ' Capt James A. Thompson, Adjt Capt George B.T Schrader, Q. M. ;T Capt Arthur W. Neely, Insp. S. A.v P. CapC Reginald W. Warhajn, Com's'jr ,J Maj.' Gustave Rose, 2nd Bat 4 t i 2nd Lt' Fred v, Humphrey,' jj. II, Company Ar-CPt. L P. 0Sullivan, 1 st Lieut.-P.. M. Smoot; 2d Lieut. J, U '"T y -.r.- , Ll' lC.Tunnineham " TThursdav.;720 nV' m. , -T Tii ti- j Company ' B Sapc Pau! Super, 1st, UeuC W." P." Armsirong, 2nd 'Lieut A. J. j -r" ; i T Lowre'y.T Wedheaday, 7:30 p. m."T, ;':.-v..ir ;t.w.'i.r ;i Company C Capt J. M.. Camara, 1st Lieut Lr RT Medelrbd, 2ndUeut O. IW': K.Sleln.- Friday,' 7: 3(Jf p.'m- r' w-. ; Company B-rCapt W. iV, Kolb, -is Lieut F, "W. Mcmaaind Lieut Q. ":; V , r - r - 'Schaefer.' Wednesday, 7:3flf p. m." ' ' '' .C" T" 'T7' ;"v"TTT"" ! N, -T NornevpractlceTa Company UCapt C. ' M.' Coster;. lBt Lieut.' John Hifd Monday;- 7 : 30 p. m. . Company. Flst; Lieut : M. R.THoughtaUing, tnd Lieut J.!Lemon.'iTue8day; Comptiy (J--Cdpt B, :.-.Fi Ka-ne,' J 1st Lieuf L; K: Ka-ne 2nd Lieut. V7? N. Company; H-Capt- L: W. RedlngtoA, 1st LlenCJ.' C.Lo.' Tuesday, 7:iap. m. Compaay K--( Attached to 2nd BattalIon)-rCapt. . W. Cook, st Lieuf W. ;:UV v'Ahia; 2nd Lieut E. K. Chung. Thursday; 7:30 n? a :- stationed on .MAui;v-Vvv.-r:svvi;? ; Company 1 Waluku--Capt W: P. Kaae, 1st , Lieut W, S,TChUHngsworth, "--v: -;.';2nd Ueut-n: K.;WUcox. .-:;tj Ti-..-'-..' UTvf:--'-,-T. .t Company L--Lahalna Capt W. P. Young, 1st Lieut W. K; KaluaklnL -t ' TV- ' - -v :' STATIONED ON HAWAII. r ' T ; Company tf Ifllb Capt' J.' D. Easton, . 1st LieutH. M.' Morehesd, 2nd : lr:'-. ' lUeutTJ.- S: Caceres. ' x -T T-T - :-:f"i:yJ'::ii-:: 'T..' T . v . M EDICAL OFFICERS WITH 8AN1TARY TROOPS: T T : llai E. D. Kllbourne. r Capt P. U Morong. -T T v Capt. R, W. Ben. THE STORY OF THE AThe dead- letter office continues to - struggle .with bad -addressea -and this branch of the department, will always furni&h, aj&tory.Xor the newspaper men who iifevlooklng(ifor. copy4 - t-" VT .Through 1 the benevolent agency of t i the1-parcel post : the, department has ; thiayear exceeded ;,aJl records and ' upon the ihelves of the historic 4ead letter office are a- series cf packages j coniaming everyimng irom..tnDie wj bassoona T ,.T . y-r. , - AIL; these articles were sent to the wrong addreesT -Their original pack-, ages were stamped and restamped un- OFFICE; HOV MAIL GOES ASTRAY ' '- .- ' - ' . "' . ' ' . aV" .v'-"-4-" - ".'.;" ur the paper was, worn. cut "Not to;which one finds around the greasy and that address; try so andsoT'Try the j perspiring man who has'stopped ils next county"' t -:.t : -y T - " j machlhe 20 miles from anywhere on a In fact there are more suggestions h0t Sunday afternoon. U " ' T!T ; as to 1 different tingsto try than jou e dead letter office must ring wouUL find in the office: of a patent I - nim with disappointed cries medicine vendor. -For the sake of man. fl8hennen.-r U tas received letter office have.lumped certain arti cles " together 'into large packages. Thus one passes a package of hand kerchiefs and runs into a bright young assortment of brass castings.: Or, turning from a particularly melancholy collection of . books, he runs ' smack into a collection 'of toys that might h7 Im fT'r tw-w of meant that there' are about 600 uisap have come, right out -of theDagori... ,, , Tt of-T, bania ciaus. : . - KM nHZm vZrif fhJ ii sand persons who would have had to old Brigham Young If they had lived... ..m t. t.,m. .. in these days, and times and had given to them the contents or the o;ead let ter office. There Is a single package that contains 241 woman's aprons. with 51 assorted garments which the, gay young flappers of these parlous i times' consider obsolete. Then there are 176 pairs of hose 1 bundled together. from hay fever cheers up when ' he 1 'goes hy the handkerchief division of letter office are awls,-Wcycle, tires, tthe dead letter office.' There is a sin- shot guns, horse blankets and picture I ale bundle of 1149 initialed and uninl- postal cards to the number qf O.WO. tialed handkerchiefs reposing near . There are also" brass castings ''and ,him, which is about the number that a parts whose aggregate' weight ia-esti-hay " fever ' patient uses during a 24 mated at two an4 a haU,;ton..T-- ;JT hour day. -.. , y . ... , . .s. t If the postofflce department decided - The Bishop of Londonsasthac'ln to give away its tops it could present . one probably more to every boy and j girl of Washington. They are in abun-1 Jdance.- They are everywhere dolls ' G T- BEFEBE ICE FOB lBUSY HOTEL TAXI STAND. PHONE 4400. BUICK CARS, TAXI RATES; SEUVICE DAY. AND NIGHT. JOHN V1ERRA, MANUEL COSTA AND M. R.' GONSALVES. . . t5909-3nr ' -- MILLINERY. T - V K. Isoshlma, styliha millinery. King ner Bethel. ' Phone 213ft. - 5922-t! ' . v F. W. HUSTACE . t Motorcycle and Auto Repairing. 42? Queen sL Telephone 1498. . . . -6903tf : 1 - Capt Henry Vaii Glesdh, Ci M. C. CapL Leo L. Sexton, Med. DepL Maj. William E. Bal, 3rd- Bat r . " 1st Lt John W. KanaehoKJ; Adjt T i. 2nd Lt George H. Cummlngs, Q. M.; ; MaJ. Merle 3L Johnsoni ; 1st "Bat, . " 1st Lt Charles R. Fraj?ierr AilitH T 2adrii. Roscoe W.Perkina; Q. M. T Chaplain, 7Yalentln;iFraiJckxriCCapt) DEAD LETTER and elephants, J8nd: litU carts and dishes, and air this bYher things that are reminiscent rf Christmas time. Sixty-two ' aviatora ' in the- United States are wondering where tho8e,aTi atlon caps are they wefe told' about in a letter but which they never received .The caps are in the. dead letter. office with some automobile j)00ds. y Tit is -astonishing" hpw many motor- cylists must have broken down in the last year. . In . the ' dead - letter office there repose four speedometers, 17 tires; 20 pairs of igogglea and S parts of machinerythe kind of ; furniture ! 1842 filshooks and 595 pieces of fish ing tackle. Tb.e. only thing the dead letter offifce.' hasn't got Is, thev fisher man's allbL; r-yyyQ ;';TT . ' Yet the office has done some good. It corralled " during the past year 573 miscellaneous musical instruments and 6846 talking, machine needles. That 1. 1 i ,1 1WICU W UICUl U'UIC IUBUIUU7UU 1IMI arrived safely ;. ?-v yy:: y ; From' musical mstruments (to hair switches is nothing for the dead letter office. They have 98 switches of hair 841(1 fcZ accessories siorea away tms so ucmiv cuoif a ax uuio ia muv uup vn. whiskers raised by the Populist party in Kansas during the Bryan Campaign V A. few other side lines, in the 'dead all countries where, the women have a vote the infant mortality Is very small It ranges from very low In .Finland to the lowest on record in New Zealand.. O V PEOPLE GARAGE & MACHINE SHOP; For. machine work call at the Pala ma Garage and Machine " - Works, King, near Liliha. - - ..5919-lm .:.;v .. -: SEALED TENDERS : Sealed Tenders will be received up to 12 o'clock noon, on the 31st day of August, A. D. 1914. at the office of the Clerk of the City and County of Honolulu;; room: No. 8, Mclntyre build ing, for furnishing all material tools and labor necessary to construct j school buildings on the following lo-1 cations: v - . : Ewa Three (3) buildings. Walpahu Three (Z)f buildings. Aiea Three (3) buildings; Walalua Four (4) buildings. Kahuku Two (2) buildings. . Wahiawa One (1) building. Walmanalo One , (1) building. Manoa Two (2) buildings. - Kalihlwaena- Two (2) buildings. Kamoiliill Four. (4) -buUdings. Plans, specification 'and form of proposal may be had : upon applica tion and a deposit 'of Five ($5.00) Dol lars it the oftice of the City and Coun ty Clerk. T . The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reject any or all tenders and, to waive all defects.- D. KALAUOKALAN1, Jll., : T y-' City and County. Clerk, v 593Aug19, 20, 21, 22, 24,;2a, J6,r 27, . -.-- : . ' 2S, 29. '-. ..-, . -i Head of Parisian . Firm S Wins NeMJr:$5,000000anaM u;;jsAlmbst;f.1obbeq -; v: T:-tBy. Latest., XaiL T 4 PARIS. France. The financial nan- ic 'attendant upon the Austr&Serviah; ,f t,n v w'rfovcinn . tWHtiinB- rtm. riheaVis Shel character In this drama is n a pj senberg, head of the firm of the same name and well known in American fin-; the masters of the' European .stock; market. From small beginnings he has within a few years accumulated a fortune which is colossal, for he has a golden touch plus excellent Informa tion, "and he is rarely, known to make; a mistake. , -;T " t.:.;T T:":'' Had Inside Information. !'T"T . Not long ago .Rosenberg "financed Kinar Nicholas of Montenegro. In re - turn - zor mis service nosenuerg ww , . m " . a. 1 - : I f ' undoubtedly Intrusted with . informal tion of which even' the heads of state in France, England and Russia were havi known "nosttlvelv of Anatrla'a In-i tenticn 'to invade Servia.T?Nine days' ago he began unloading- from Vienna; nuge diocks 01 x reacn renies, nis op-r erations falling like a bomb on the! lackadaisical ' holiday markets. The - result was a unanciai panic, cioseiy following which came the war panic. While this: was at its height last Saturday Rosenberf came to Paris and was husy' covering. , He is reported to have cleared in' Paris alone the sum of 22,000,000 francs (S4,400.000) ;within a week. Late yesterday afternoon the frantic crowds oh the bourse be gan to realize the situation and, when Rosenberg appeared he was mobbed and a large force of police had to be called to quell the riot -: , : Forbid Sales Below 78. .."';'?T T The action of the French "agents de change," a semi-governmental body, in forbidding French rentes to be quot ed under 78 and not allowing rentes to be dealt in for the present has steadied the market, the undertone of which continues good. : Nevertheless, rentes have hot 1 been : so low, before in 35 year They were already being offered at 74 . when T the agents de i change Intervened, for rentes had not been sold at 74 since the Franco-Prus sian' war. The prospect, of a new, war possibly involving France is. viewed with re markable equanimity in financial cir cles, for everyone feels -that the pre sent long' period of tension must be ended at any cost. CT.T T , AMERICAN POWER AND LIGHT CO. The report of the America Power and ' Light Company shows the follow ing changes In earnings: June, gross, $517214r- increase, $65,885; net. $243 270, increase $28,699; 12 months, gross, $6,255,166, increase $714,041; net, $2,902,105, increase $447406. T.-; ' ... ,T:-''- " David' t Lubin has returned form Europe .with a plan for the fixing of ocean freight' rates by an internation al commission..; t ' " ' "' C- Elvey ' Cope, In "A Holiday in Belgium," says that for majesty of tone and in pervading grandeur the Belgian! organs are without equal, ; . MAKES LLEAK-UP FOR REFIT Oeslrab.'e houses u rsrionv carta of he city, furnished and nnfurnlahed, , at lis, 9zd, sz. J3 ,40 ana up to 9125 a month. . Se t oar office. Trent Trest Co., Ltd Fort 8L, between King and Merchant 'TV 1462-tf Nicely furnished house, four bedrooms and sleeping porch? J30.- No child ren. Apply V.n. B. F. Lee, 1534 Via gazine st hnne 1463. f ' . -6914-tf In .College hills, on carline, three-bed room furnished house, for one year mor longer. Apply ; W. T, Schmidt, ,wlth H. HackfeW & Co, Ltd. , 5927-tf -';.v'4: Suite cool, mosqulto-proof rooms; pri vate family. '1020 Richards at; opp 'Capitol ground3. Phone 2179. ; T: " Xii-;:.,..-V;.-?-.-:.-.5335-et -T: 'C,y- Four-bedroom furnished house in Ma noa on car line. Apply D. II: Gil- more, C. Brewer & Co, Ltd. TTT -'TT,.T 5933-tf " T Furnished cottage' for rent; 5 rooms. use noiet si, near Aiapau ': .,?: :,": 3932-tf ... 'T - V'::: FURN'ISHEO ROOMS Two Large fron: rooma, adjoining bath, single or en au't; also, use ct le , ception room; suitable for doctor or other professional man or family; , table board if Jeaired Twa blocks - from the businesa center. Engleside Hotel, 231 Vineyard st; phone 18G3. .:y-yj y.-:i i : 593C-tf ;:y,' V'l THE NEW, ERA HOTEL U -v 1450 FORT STREET ' . . ABOVE' VINEYARD ST. a.V..;. !, - -.. .'MIIM.-, Engleside;' 251 Vineyard st Open un . der ; new management;.; large, cqoI rooms; 1 wwn or. wunoui ooara; ia- T nal .dining room.1 Only two -block from center of town.- -Phone 1863; :': - v i5934-lm T UNFURNISHED HOUSES - V-'-'- House .on .Wilder. are, 3 . bedrooms; T rent reasonable. . Phone A.'-Theven' in; 1519 or 1787vTt: r . - r 5934-6t fnAi.. - Xnnati ' ,Aor,,.irt Modern 5-room . cottage. mosquito pji-w nnhft A tin DO Ann T nUUl.i AfiU UUAnU Excellent Uble . board by the meal. day or week. Special t rates by the month. Apply at ' the Roselawn, 1366. S.. King st T - . . . 5912-tf FAMILY HOTEL - The Cassidy, only, home hotel. Wai- , klki Beach, consists of individual cottages and single1 rooms. Cusine excellent, .1000 ft .promenade pier at the end of which Is splendid bathing pool ' and " beautiful view 5005, Kalla road. TeL 2879. 'Terms reasonable. T- -6367-tf mlmmK1 . .. 1 , (Jj S. GAINS IN ' MERCHANT MARINE; T V ,; SECOND IN WORLD C I By Latest Mall - I'T WASHINGTON. The world's car- rying power practically) has doubled during the last 20 years, which now includes- about 21,000 vessels, with an aggregate capacity of 47,000,000 gross tons, according to figures given out today by . the Department of Com merce In number, however, this commerce has decreased slightly, the tendency being toward larger carry; lng units. yr T. c" '-,T.t '.0 : i The United States ranks second in number and tonnage of vessels engag ed in commerce, due to the vast num ber engaged in the lake and coasting trade, since the number of American vessels engaged in foreign trade U less than that of Great Britain, Ger many, Prance, Italy or Norway. "The carrying trade . of the ;UnIted States shows a ! marked growth In coastwise and lake traffic and a strik ing; decline on :the ocean. While the gross tonnage of American vessels en gaged in lake and coastwise trade increased from 3,657,304 tons in 1883 to 9,789.561 tons in 1913, that of its from L302.C95 tons to 1,027,776 tons, an increase in one case of 168 per cent, and a decrease in the other of 21 per cent during a 30-year period, In which the value of American foreign trade rose from $1,250,000,000 to $4, 225.000,000. E :'V While the volume of oversea com merce served by the world's merchant marine cannot , be definitely stated, the United States sends about four fifths of Its exports to South Ameri ca and oversea countries. Mrs.- Lizzie S. ' Sheldon, , a woman lawyer of Kansas, Is a candidate for Justice of the Supreme Court in her State. -'WT " ; ; yy.y-yy T'-; ' A. J. ToriM th tht h th h m mnnn Helen Monohan, aged 76.' arrested in New York-for begging, was found tto have $829 in the bank. TT- re- GAniFnAUClGCO, Cm.1 tirK Uaioa EartMa Pla $113 1 to p Azsnsu PUa U&0 a tij t? . New steel and concrete struC ture. Third addition of hundred rooms just completed. A high class hotel at tery. aoderata rates. In center of theatre and retail district On car lines transferring to all parts of city. Electric omnibus meets. All trains and steamers. HoUl 8twtrt reopiiit u Ssvtnaa XaUad BMddawtert. Calt AAdms TratrtU" ABO CA. J. XL PLEAS ANTON REDUCED FOR THE TOURIST FOR THE SERVICE FOR THE KAMAAINA ' LUXURIOUS SUITES EXCELLENT CUISINE GET OUR RATES Before Settltng Elsewhere- HOTEL mSk T VVAIMEA KAUAI Ntwfy Renovsttd Best Hots I ' " ; oVKauil. -:vV;-TOURIST TRAD3 SOLICITED GOOD MEALS. Itatw Hsasonibla. -:. J C. W. 8PIT2 1 iPrsprlftsr T Try a month at the beach It "Twill do you good. r Pin bathing, good" meals and comfortable ao " T commodatlons at t;-": k - ii 77 t Waiklki Beach, next Moan&' " ' v-;HoteL.;,-.r ' For Ladies and Gentlemen. ; Scdsidc Hotbl -Tinest dining room ia thaJTer- , "rltory." Jolly Saturday averlnj dances. - " vT--.,..!. J. H HERT8CHE. Msnajsr T,y,. H OTEL.AUB H E Y . , L.s , "A Home Away from Home' f An ideal Vacation Spot. Phone 772. T . . Hauula. Oaho A. ZUMSTEIN, Prop. - ' HALEU7A POk GOOD MEALS AND - T RECREATION. Tickets at 'Wells Fargo Office A- REAL CHANGE OF CLIMATE can be had at the new boardlas ,;i''t..;-Vv "house in . ,." : ; X7AHIAT7A nearly 1000 feet elevation, near depot, grand scenery, fine bass fishing. For particulars address E. L. Kxuss, Wa hiawa, Phone 469. . ' YEE YI CHAIT; C H INE8E RE ST A U n ANT Chop Suey and other Chinese ciahtJ served ' at reasoanble prices. Ill Hotel Street, Near Maunakaa Trcatairsl - - . All kinds of Wrapping ' Papers aal Twines, Printing and Writing Papers; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER -A SUPPLY CO, LTD. Fort and Queen Streets Honolulu Phone 1416. Geo. O. Guild. Gen. ltx. THAYER ' PIANO CO LTD. STEINWAY AND OTHER PIAN09. r 15S Hotel Street- Phone ZZZ TUNING GUARANTEED. HOTEL. P. AT 3 S nusiace v ma