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( it- - THE.HAWAIIAN STAR, .WEDNESDAY, JULY 28 1909. f'lVB- AMUtEMENTS. THE I New FeatureFilm Lady Meg's secret Three changes a week MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FEIDAY Park Theater FORT BELOW BERETANIA ST. Open Ail? Moving Picture Exhibition HAWAIIAN ORCHESTRA. Program Changed 3 TIMES A WEEK 3 ' Admission 10 cents Children 5 cents Reserved Seats 15 cents OPEN AIR Mi OPPOS'lTE'THE EMPIRE. Admission ; lbo Reserved .., .77777.150 THE MARVELOUS 0 ctODhone COMENCING Thursday, July 29 Admsslon i..lOc and 20c THE EMPIRE Motion Pictures Thorough ventilation, com fortable chairs. TWO SHOWS DAILY Admission 10c, 15c, 25c. OR PHE U M The Big'Show For Little Money Moving Pictures and Vaudeville General Admission 10c Reserved Chairs 25c Seats can bo resgrved In advances Phono C81. P MOTION n pt inro Tar Fine Job Printing? Sbir Otto? CHARGES CONSPIRACY (Continued from Pace One.) niul j he now contemplates prosecution for conspiracy to have hlin landed In the bug-house and Is thinking of start lug proceedings for the reason that In cidents horn of tnls former case seem to tojnd to prejudice him as an attor ney In the eyes of his clients nud of the 'community. All Kinney had to do lu the premises was to report the police court proceedings in his paper. "TJie circumstances of the trouble last' fall," says Harrison, "were such that Tledhouse made much of them to other people while I remained silent, not having been guilty of anything out of the way. His talk and the talk of others growing therefrom, and from tho undue notoriety of the affair In the police court, means that sonic are prejunicea against nio unu, wiien I happened to accept tho Atcherley de- fense the public, a certain represen tation of the public, is pleased to poke (fun In my direction by such remarks its that it Is worth tho price of admis sion to see Harrison defending Atcher ley, evidently Insinuating that I am crhzy and that a crazy man Is defend ing a crazy man. All this Is calculat ed to place me in a very embarrassing r, , , 1 . T V, light with the community and to pre- judlce my efforts In Atcherley's bo- half, and It Is going bo far that"'! must think of defending myself, for clients are coming to my ofllce and asking me if It is true that I am crazy. It Is amusing, of course, In a way, ,but exceedingly aggravating to me, I 'can assure you. Of course, I don't want to be re venged, or anything of the kind, but It Is about time I was looking after my own Interests. I have a right to defejid Atcherley and to see that .he gets all the benefits tho law allows him on appeal. ' If Redhouse returns to Honolulu, as he says he will, I shall take steps to have It shown that his prosecution of me about a year ago was In fact a persecution and a conspiracy to have me, placed In the asylum for reasons Ijest lniowp to himself. Kinney re ported the "case in a manner unfavor able to me.',' The police- court record will show that Redhouse's prosecution, of Harri son fell through, that the County At torney's onlce entered a nolle prose qui in the case against Harrison and that the prosecution had no case, but this fact did not receive the public attention that was received by tho atpry of the alleged trouble: Ij'lt may be remembered that Harrison was unegea lu muve uiRiiieuuu ;i household -of women and others in Kallhl, with a gun. Harrison, whe ther he had a gun, .or not, paid xent for the house In question and when his house was taken possession of against his will by a gang of men and women he arose on his hind legs nnd chaser everybody out. If- Harrison was crazy in what he did on that particunlar night, nearly a year ago, there are others Just as crazy, for similar things have been done since in connection with the ! same gang which Harrison Is said to Jiave terrified. Harrison has given up a honPe' that was not haunted by dis embodied spirits but which was the scene of trouble for the reason that too many hearts tried to beat beneath the same roof. Just how Editor Kinney of the Tri bune can be connected with any "con spiracy" does not begin to appear and the wnole affair seems to have been a private quarrel between Harrison and Redhouse. ALCOHOL IS A PERSERVATIVE. Alcohol is recognized the world over as the proper, most efficient and whole some preserver ot medicinal com pounds, and while some journalists try to alarm the world by the cry that patent "medicines contain more alco hol than beer," they neglect to state that proprietary medicines are taken In doses from a teaspoonful to a table spoonful, while beer is a beverage that Is consumed in quantities from a glass to several quarts a day. Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound contains only 18 per cent alco hol, simply enough to preserve the roots and herbs from which it Is made,. and may be relied upon by every wo man In tho land as a reliable, honest, and sure remedy for the Ills peculiar to her sex. ONLY TWENTY ROUNDS. Jack Scully stated this afternoon that tho match fight between Dick Sullivan and Jack Cordell will bo .twenty In- place of twenty five rounds. The change Is made on account ot tho lnrgo amount ot monoyx asked by the fighters for tho longer go. There will 'bo one short preliminary of four or six rounds contestants to bo named about tho middle of next week. LATESTIP1G AVednesday, July 28. San Francisco Sailed July 28, S. S. Hllonlan, for Honolulu. ..Yokohama Arrived, July 27, S. S. Asia, hence July 17. Newcastle Sailed July 20, Sch. Ad miral, for Honolulu. COUNTY I COUNTING WHEEL KEEPING TAB ON VEHICLES OVEU .. - - 1 oil: ..ED HOAD FOR SAKE. Day by day Ben Dole sits on a bench King streets and counts everything on in a Japanese fruit stall at A-apat and wheels that goes by. . . . . K wheeSi but kc(lpg tab cn every tie aoea not count cveryunng umt thing that runs on wheels, and this for tho purpose of ascertaining how much tralllc the oiled road will stand, even for the purpose of establishing a scientific statistical basis for tutttro 1 . . i I . . rU.. .....1 f'r.,,,. road operations In this ClU and Loun- a,.c,. wnonn--nrS;n uui;v( " - ' man at the station now lor nearly three months, and wheeled machines are still going by and statistics are .... ... ,, R.nEtIn,nn J. o. An-' onii yiims !., uv".m., . .... dersou ot the road department Is kept, busy In odd moments tabulating tho repbrts of 'the wheel watcher and In a few days thero, wilt be ready for presentation to tho Board ct Super- visors and to the Mayor a most com- prehenslve It not useful system of. fig- ures for their understanding or. ar- guraent. , On July 11 for example, said ekam- pie being a Sunday, tien Dple'jdlscov- ered that between:'slx','ln. the'mo'fnlng and six o'clock In the evening thero o. v,.v. ... w.. passed along King street, going west, 37 bicycles, 15 automobiles, 24 car- ... rlages, 21 delivery wagons, 3 big ,wa. n : , goiia, i, uruys, iu bwiii wagons anu' a unattached horses. GoIng''cas', in the same twelve hours were 28 bicycles, 14 autos, 28 carriages, 28 delivery wa-4 gons, 4 big wagons. 3 drays, 21 swill wagons and ono unattached equine. , July 21, Wednesday, showed, going West, 12G bicycles, 124 autos, 131 car riages, 115 delivery wagons, 27 big wagons, 39 drays, 21 swill wagons and 9 unattached animals; ' while going east, were about as many. The Idea Is to find out what affect a certain amount of traffic haBon the specially oiled road and to compirro'Should be any complaint In reeard to jiuiu mat now long tne roaa win last under oiled conditions and whether or not ii pays to on tne roads. AT THE THEATERS The crowds at the moving picture shows last night and the night before were satisfactory, considering the time of the weeif, and counter attractions in the city. At the Orpheunl the big audience of Tuesday night was al- most duplicated last night, and indi cations are bright for a highly suc cessful season there. THE ORPHEUM. "The big show for liitie money" will have continuance at the Orpheum this evening. For good, clean vaude ville and moving picture entertain ments, nothing like the sow" tit ho Orpheum has ever been seen in Ho nolulu beforo for the money. The general admission and reserved seat charges have been fixed so low that- fany purse can stand it. THE PARK. "Shanghaied" will be the feature film at tho Park oppn air theater this evening. This Is tale of love and ad venture, and as the scene and inci dents are of California they rome very close to home. Manager Congdon feels that this film will more than please his 'patrons and he certainly SATEMENT OF The Bank of OF HONQLTJ AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30, 1909. ItESOURCES. I Loans, Discounts and Ov I erdralts ?2,383,3C9.S9 Bonds 592.1S3.87 stocks 39,829.01 Heal Estato and Bank Fur- nlturo .' 10,530. 3i Duo from Banks 318,474.11 Cash SC9,827.49 'other Assets 1,593.80 ?4,221,808.51 I, O. H. Cooke, manager, do solemnly swear that tho tabovo statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. " . C. II. COOKE, Manager. Examined and found correct: CIIAS. II. ATHERTON, G. ,R. CARTER, E. F. BISHOP, - Tilrwfnrfl , 1ZENO K. MYERS, Auditor. Subscribed'' and sworn to before me this 1st day. of July, 1909. J. D. MARQUES, ' Notary Public First Judicial Circuit. has reason to feel proud ot It. In ad dition to tho leader, thero w;:t bo spe Clal comlcnl sketches and muslcnl so lection. DON'T BE MISLED. If you have not f.een tho Actophono at the Gem theater ou have not seen I he greatest invention cmlnatlng from the brains of Europo and America's foremost inventors. It Is marvelous, astonishing, bewildering nnd perplex ing. Tho Actophone brings to your eves and ears tho greatest llvlnc stars k ' , .. r.M-lnl,1 n,..l !'.. .. UL liei until , ,llf;iuilu unu riunuu tin originally presented In grand opera, burlesque, drama and vaudeville. It is refined, pleasing, amusing and Instruc- tlve. THE ALOHA PARK. i Manager Lovo will offer his patrons ' nt Aloha Park tonight a new program, with sneclal films, comical selections .and good music. The Aloha Is open air. and Is just tho place in which to sl'end a warm evening. i Said a patron of this old stand-by Inat nlcht: "Show nmv ronin and - - - cn rma mov rrr lili t no 'Am' n-rmu ntt L Ul W 1 111 It J UUI HIV 111 U (-) V V. lO Ul t -.. y" " "" -' " ra ict or ino n Uon ant r you visit the Art tonicht. von will be convinced that nowhere In Hono- lulu do you get better satisfaction. 1 .. .1,. ... J'i.wfc3i .nil IUI HU.J , nif iiiu Jlltlll.l&e- ment nsgeverafeSi l3 lhe most carefuI. , !y- feIe.Cicd J0r. ,at J.en8t .slx months in. i tin ipnriirn ii in p vna n vivtn representation of that most famous of aU of jIlsg Braddon's W0rj.3 ot flc- tIon r ad Audley.s Secrct ; 10 , .S?!!?".fec. . " tUo coioreu n m "iiernarn i'n ssv vnn nnve someti,ng that will delight tho ,nost Wbs0 ot the Mthetlcniiv inriiii- pd, while the Chinamen's visit to "Gay paree" and what liaDnened to til Pill I their will make you almost die with laughter. There Is very good music provided. and nltnirethpr' if vn i, .! ' will not full tn si, '",.. Repeated tomorrow only. i . thw -rimptuit! At the EmDire tonicht tlini win i, lne empire tonignt mere will bo a .splendid leader and a largo number, of short specialities. Manager Over- - - .w ..... uu ii,,, r.,, end has exercised areit nr in c . .. . blVUL l,UO 111 BG- lectlng this program nnd feels certain that he will be able to please uoay. " y ( i CLEANER CITY rrtrit them ia nn ,on0n ti. the handling of garbage If the mer- chants will see to it that their store sweenlnes and other rubbish la nut o,.t as soon after closing hours each even- lng as possible. The garbage wagons will collect If all ilnriup- th n.M.t , " ... ---O aaiQftftV! ITS The trouble is, he says, that stores H,enry Fl Maupal, W. O. Mendenhall. do not put out their garbage until M?"; MI, U J3; S after opening in tho morning. In all ,ary P.h""?8' MJSs Kntc u Reynollls other.civlllzed communities the refuse 1 ?haf: t' ce' X t Jl01oom, Sin. Is left Olltsliln i 'per containers' and' the street Mp p TZt ZiJZ IZ .... v.v......, ... VJ during the night. Mr, Thomas Wall, of this city, who is been on tho mainland for some has weeks, rptiirnpil tnrinv E. M. Walsh, formerly the manager AinUnaii mnntnttnn .v.,, m nf AfnUnwplI mnnlnllnn rn mn In rn . ... , t.. ., tho Mongolia for a visit in this city. on,i h.t v at a,vr,n., prl 4ndnv frnm n trln tn ihn Pnnnf Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Baldwin return- ed from "the" mainland this morning hv th Mnnp-niin Air Tini.iin tntp,i that he simply went for tho benefit of his health and that he now feels In the best ot condition. Nelson Lansing returned from San,ulB- - " Francisco where he has been for pv- c- Blaclf' L- G' lackman, W. H. er a year ,on the Mongolia this morn- Bradley, Wm. Brash, Mrs. Brash, Mrs. Inc. Ho states that ho. has rnmo h.iMr A. Brown, Miss I. Buch ly, Robert to this city to stay. C. A. ni nnii Tim rn'wwrin-ht werer among the passengers to return by the Mongolia. They made the ... ... rounu trip on tne steamer, going for the benefit of Mr. Cartwrlght's health. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Jacobson have moved out to Walklkl for n summer vacation change. CONDITION OF Hawaii, Limited LU, HAWAII. LIABILITIES. Capital paid up ? C00.000.00 Surplus 400.000.00 Undivided Profits C4.010.90 Pension Fund 31,721.30 Deposits 3.124,852.25 Dividends uncalled for .. 1,224.00 ii 09i enu ki r ARRIVED. Wednesday, .Inly 27. P M R S. Mongolia, from San ijrnm.8C0 q.q Hi ' ' ' ' DEPARTED. Tuesday, July 2(i. Maul, for Mahukonn, etc., 5:45 Mlkaliala, for Molokal, 5:30 p Str. P. 111. Str. in. Str. Klnau, for Kauai ports, 5 p. in. Str. Noeau, for Kauai ports, 5:15 Wednesday, .July 27. Fr. hk. Montcnlm, for Portland, y n,J,1'c, F , ' ' ' j. q. o. .tiiiiiii;uut uunuuii, lur'O.iu ,,T ,.,- SAIL lODAi. , ii .i. r c if it . M' ' MU,1K""a' IUI wlBm, " DITR msmnnnw gu. c,nmlln0) fnjm MnM, , n ni' ' c A tr n n.TTTir-. -vt OtlllJ OAI UHUlll. I T. K. K S. S. Nippon aru, tor Sn" lranclseo p- SAIL FRIDAY. Str. Clnudlne, for Maul ports and H,T0 - , m H"l 5 p' m- DUE FRIDAY. o,-lPnt ncVss blv n m . S. S. Nippon Maru, Kilmer, from PASSENGERS ARRIVED. Per S. S. Mongolia, fr,om San Fran- Cisco, July 2 Mrs. Charles E. Anaer- sn. Master Edmun.i Anderson, n. v, , Baldwin, Mrs. H. P. Baldwin, S. A. j Baldwin, Mrs. S. A. Baldwin, A. C. I Bowles, Mrs. C. C. Bowles, H. D. Uow- man- Mrs- H' D' Bowman. Master " . : : ;,, fk Bowman, S. L. Bushy, Miss Irene DuSby' M'SS Amy Bl'sby' MaS" t i- n.. o T Tl..l.. "-'": xjuouj, luwo txin uiiouj, .uua- ter Paul Bllsby' n''uc0 Cartwrlght Jr., Mloo Q T ni.nmlin. Ulloo tf I uu",""i"'1 , Chambers. Miss Alice .T. Chnmbers. W. i ' j L. Coltharp. Claude Cummings, Mrs. 1 Claude Cummings and Infant, Jliss 1. , ,Dahm, Miss V. Damon, Miss G. Dunn, Miss E. Faye, Mrs. W. Is. Foster, Ben SHIPPING II in Kulton, Oscar H. Gaarden, II. P. Gard- among thoso to leave, going on a vn Iner, Mrs. H. P. Gardner, Miss Helen cation trip to the Coast. It. S. Hos-1 Gay, Edwin Gregory, Mm. Edwin Ore- mer left for Spokane whore ho will gory, T. Seymour Hall,. J. D. Hawkins, ; represent tho Territory In the Na dirs. .1. D. Hawkins and nurse, Mlss .'tlonal Irrigation Concrese. Mrs. O. V. , .Teanetto Hawkins, Master J. D. Haw- kins, L. Hill, W. Hill. C. H. Hunter, - D- Ka8' Miss v- Kanne, Mrs. D. A KlnSsury. Mlss Jlllla Kingsbury, not, -. uiunub . ciuiu nu commenced serving his sen IjelShton' Mrs- M- - Lelghton, Mrs.jlence In jail. " , ' ' ' K . Ia"e1' M Dr" "C"ry .tat.th.ey ",ss 0K1" 'i""ey, easier i;ari wauney. B- Schoenfeld .1. R. Ferguson, W. I. C. Smith, F. P. Stone. Mrs. F P.Stone. F' jr Swnnz'. M F. M. Swanzy, i.noa oan, uiisa iu. o. uiamucr, i? T,Y " 4, J , , ' a,rd' ,K- Vard,' I,siLMaP weir, o. wne, ur. fj. u. woou, u. , m ' ; J""",u Yo' Kwong, Master E. N. Snow, B. TIT II 1 re ,r T1 T II' , F. Crawford, Mr'. B. F. Crawford, Mrs ' . . C. P. Bliss, Mrs. N. K. Dunham, Mrs. J. H. Dwlght, Miss Florence it. .w,Sht; w- u Hubbara. Mrs. O. Ii. D , , I Per S. S. Alameda, for San Fran- Tc'sc' -J",y 2,8rK;,Afbo J C' Abel. Mra. Abel and 2 children. lon uuo- A,,e" IIUl- iu- Buckholtz, Miss A. Cassidy, Miss F. Cassidy, Miss Bella Chalmers, Geo. Chalmers Jr.. Joe Chalmers, Miss Mary Chafers. Robert Chalmers ThomM i nnlmoa 1-Ian 'I'n I iTnrTi 'lica f " ' " " I Chln&- Ir3' ' r- Chlllingworth, Miss " ,7 Clark Miss M. CrolgMon, Mrs. D. .Douglas. J. Roy Douglas. Miss M. M. c,f"-f E. G. Fcrrelra, Cha3. Gibson, Mrs. Gibson and child, Miss J. Gicbcl, E. JI. Gosling, Mrs. F. E. Haley and 3 I children, Miss G. Hathaway, Miss M. Hawthorne, A. W. Hecn, Miss S. Hen ;rIcI,tProf. R. S. Hosmer, A. G. Iverson, S. t" Johnson, L. B. Jors, G. E. Kelly, Mrs. M. Kelly, Mrs. Wm. M. Langton, Miss J. Lazaro, F. H. Leo, M. H. Levy, Mrs. Levy, E. W. Low, C. J. Ludwlgsen, A. T. Maby, Mrs. J. W. MacDonald, Mrs. C. D. Mayno and d'11'1' J- w- McCarthy, Mrs. Mc- C!rt"' 0. Medcalf, E. Mlllhauscr, 1 Ge0, Mlntz, Mrs. Mlntz and child, Miss lj- A Peterson, L. C. Nnnlcas, Miss ' AT- Up9, MIbs A. Porter, Miss M. -uInan. Miss Heldy, C. A. Reed, W. n. nice, euaconess snnis, .1. u, scnao fer, II. Schulte, Miss E. Smith, Mrs. S. Spauldlng, W. C. Stewart, J. T. Tay lor, Mrs. Taylor, Master Taylor. Young 1 Klm TonB' Mrs- w Topham, L. B. , .... UIIIVI, .1. 1 Q.l M. Tuttle, Mrs, E. Wallace, Master Walaco. Mrs. L. A. Wills nnd Infant, Miss II. Williams, Mrs. J. H. Wil liamson. PASSENGERS. Booked. Per Str. Claudlno, for .Maul and Hllo ports, July 30 Miss M. B. Bakor, MIbs J. Pierce, H. L. Cbaso, D. II. Lewis, Miss Agnes Alexander, W. C. Emory, Richard LJulo, Cj JB. Cpoland' and wife, N. Constablo, -Wife and child. Per M. N. S. S. Lurllne, for San Francisco, Aug. 2 AdJ.-aonernl J. W. '.Jones, N. G. II., Col.. .1. H. Fisher, Mrs. Fisher, Capt. and Airs. A. W. Neely, Dr. JelllugK, Mrs. .fellings, Ed. Ing- ham, .MIss Turrlll. Miss C. Walker, S. 0. ilunilock, wife nd 2 children, Mr. ami Mrs. Morse, Mrs. Scott. Miss M. C. Alexander, .Miss Edna Henry, Mr J niiif Mrs. Fosis, 12 members ot Mnwul ! lun National Guard Kllle Tteam, Mr. laud MrfC-cV'O." MumuUy, Cordan Wntt. Miss pfulln MeKtocker, Miss Ljdlu Mctocker'.-'Mrs. MV'fi.' Prime. ! I . . JURIST CALLS ' .ludKe Elliott, appointed to the Su preme Curt of the Philippine Islands, (called on Governor l'rear this morn- I ii r. miuuvlun- mi nlil npnii!ilntnnpishtii. Since 1901 ho has been an associate justice of the Supreme Court of .Mlnnc- sola, and once has' declined the Ma nila position to which he Is now 'going. Charles Burke Elliott Is In I 1.1- C.... l..l. .. 1..... ! fll.l,. II IB I Ul I i -II I II III etll, il llilllXl "I Villi. lle IloldH the degfwH of uuu. and PhD., the Hist two from Iowa ! State University and the last from the I University of Minnesota. Ho was successively Judge ot the Municipal and tho District courts beforo going 'on tlio supreme bench of Minnesota. ' For seven years he was professor of ocrporatlon and International law In tho University of Minnesota. A mem bar of. vnrious national and Interna tional societies, .lodge Elliott Is also tho author of several law books, ad dresses and magazine articles. EDA GONE . . . - . . . Tiie Aiameua got away mis morn- nig at ju o ciocic ior me uonst, laKlllg fittcen hundred tons of cargo and ... , "eariy unu unnureu cauin p;insengers. Thn TTn urn I Inn ltnrwl wno linrwl i -.-' .i ii uati wutiit nuo "ii intuit W play her off and the regulation assort- j ment ot lels wore nlaced on tho do-' parting passengers by their local i friends. Mrs. W. M. Langton was Chlllingworth went; to tho Coast on a ' pleasure trln. Mrs.' Km Wniinw ci,n married Bigamist Baker left after seeing her affinity for the last timo! F".ne Job Printine. Star omo. N ew Advertisements TO THE PATRONS OF THE GARBAGE DEPARTMENT. Business Houses, patrons of this De partment, are hereby notified to havo . their Rubbish, nnd Waste material. ready for removal not later than C a .m' otherwiso cannot bo disposed or ,"ntil 1,10 succeeding morning. por order J. H. WILSON, Siipt. Garbage Department. OS T NGU SHED 1 rs.'T)A7" A TTTfTT rvTiTrntr X A I. J A AlVJItl A A SEALED TENDERS. Sea'"d Tenders will be received at tho ofnce of ,IIenry E cooper, Judd .Building, until 12 m. of .Monday, Au gust 9, 1909, for tho construction of an engineering laboratory for the Col lege of Hawaii, at tho corner of Bere tanla, Young and Victoria streets. Plans and specifications aro on file , t, nmn . . a-nnr,-tnAt , PuWI(J Wor8 and a ten an I . . ''of Public Works. x The right Is reserved to reject any or all bids. HENRY E. COOPER, President, Board of Regents, College ot Hawaii. Honolulu, July 2C, 1909. King Street near Nuuanu. Dealer In Crockery, Hardwaro and Sporting Goods. Lowest Prices i Tho City. NEW STOCK Iron. Beds Mattresses Furniture Coyne Furniture Co.f Ltd. Bishop Street, Honolulu. Fine Job Printmi, star Offloe. SLCOMPANY. UMITtD:V-, For Rent Magazine Street . Matlock Avenue . Lunalllo Street .. Peretanla Avenue Knlakand Avonue Lunnlllo Street .. Cottage Walk .... .. 3t.w, .. so.ob ' .. 25.00 .' -! . . HO.OO i t"1 .. 22.50 jU .. 15.00 t Furnished 'v? Walklkl 50.00 Prospect Street 22:60 Mi For Sale Two lots at Kalmukl, corner lota. Two blocks from car line on Nlntn '. wenue. uwner desiree us to submit J offer. Corner Fort and Merchant Streets. g Don't "Wkitk. Sknd a WIRELESS Classified Advertising FOR SALE. Trio Bult Plymouth "Rocks J15.00. Trio Black Breasted Red Games 515.00. Trio of Roso Comb Whito MInorcas ?15.00. Also Buff Leghorns and Jap anese Shamo Game eggs. All im ported birds. JEFFS, 1SS1 Beretanla Ave. A few thousand plncapplo suckers' A No. 1, delivered at Wnhlawa station in sacks at ?15 per thousand. Apply to Hugh Galbraith, Wahlawa, Oahu. PIANO-TUNING AND REPAIRING. JimesSnerlilanr" tuner ana "reBalr- lng of pianos and organs. No. lta, Hotel street, orders left at Hawaiian News Co., Young building. Good pianos to rent or sell at cheapest rate. WANTED 10 BUY Old booKB, magazines, Hawaiian stamps and curios. Books exchanged. Weedon Curio Bazaar, Masonic Tem ple, Alakea street. FOR RENT. First class furnished rooms central ly located. Hot and cold batbi, Ar lington Hotel, 215 Hotel St FOR A Iv E KA1MUKI DISTRICT. Almost now house, 1 rooms. Both lot 50-11C-S Improved u pretty home fine view Ocean and City. Near C Ave. Price $1,200. Another aud this ono is just what you aro looking for. A ReaJ Bargain. Up to dato stylo Bungalow 5 largo rooms. Both wide verandas. Two lots 50-2112 ft. large front lawn planted with hedges plants many kind of fruits. Ho nolulu can't produce a better ono for tho money for homo or Investment. Price $2,200. Picturo at office. ' PACIFIC COAST REAL ESTATE CO., FRANCIS B. MUNROE S4S Kaahumanu Street. Striped Pina OR Pineapple Silk ft a Whito grounds with various colored stripes, fast colors, best quality. G5c. PER YARD Enlers "In Trust" Sr ' rtrf-Si m - -5S a :dla&lk&ii