EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12; 1901
JK L bulletin Oil
v- lrf. in thit column trill be inurlfd
o( JS rail line one inttrlion ; if.5
ctnlt tito Inrertiont; .10 renin one it eel; 40
tenti tno icrelt, mid tlO centt one month,
Thit it the rheapetl rtdiertiting tree offered
the people of Honolulu.
SALESMEN EARN Ji.o A MONTH Mlllnit
owr pen tarbon copying books and other office
tpecUIMet ty sampl.J easy sellsrs I (too4 ifofi:s j
used fry all merchants 1 fine slJe lines L. A. t:LY
writes "(an make $ a week." W, O. LAREY
"cleareJ Sal In one-half dav W. J. AUSTIN. t
niihuurt.'' H. E. PAYNE'S first order was for
Is worth. Includlnr lb copylne books, catalogue
free. MODEL MFU. CO., Dtl'T. )t, South Bend.
PARISIAN DRtSSMfKER-Mme P. Lambert,
taie from Doucet, Pans, has opened her dress
naktnz parlors. First-class fitting ani latest designs.
,S4t Nuuanu Ave., above Vlneatd iBT-imp
BOOKKEEPING lauRhtidouHeintry. Short busi
ness method, also English Reasonable 1041
Kin a; St lljt-sw
VOIR FUTURE correctly told. Consult Madam
J Sasonn, tecently from the Colonies. P. O.
Honolulu. II T.
OTICE TO BUIIDERS-TT. Union Expren Co
niiwiiiic sftnu nm sale iM"
WANTED Purtlt t j cotnrtr1 n cvtnlne cUts In
Pltnun's Sytvtcm of Stnoftrrhy Hate 5
tr nmia. AJJrcss "jhorthasu ' this office.
WANTED Two tool toticliortt tttalv portion,
Rood ry, Cill bttwwn Q nJ tt, Room too,
Judi Uultilne, corntf Merchant ani Fori Sts. 5tiw
WANTED To Stu JitttiftY and Watches
" In the latest styles Witcncs repaired cy
)eweler of J$ years xperlenct. O. DIEfZ, l-ort St..
WANTED -Book-keepers sni office-clerks, drlers
salesmen and ail classes of help. Don't wait
until ysu see the add In th paper, tut call mJay at
Select Employment Bureau corner of Atakea and
.OFFICE POSITION delrd tv com re tent Book
v keeper. "J. L" Bulletin Office. ,l4-imo
1MNTED laJfes and cemlemen to Introduce the
nortfu - stiirr (.n ea in. vt, wnwn 1 Liecinc
Corah, patented iM- Agents are celnlnjr mone
Cures all forms of scalp Ufnt$, headaches, etc
yet costs the same as an ordinary omb Send oc In
timr for sample D. N. Rose, G n, Mgr. Deca
tir. III. . i8i)tn
EXPERIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
thoruurMv familiar with htt?h steed cntrlne.
desires position. (Ball engines especially) Ertr neer,
Bulletin Office .B.S-tf
YOUNG MAN. stenographer and trewritet, at
once Address "A N " Uultjtin Ofice
FOR SAIE Toldlnff ted. or to exchance for beJ
room (Jtnl ure. Address J M , this office.
Sr HAT. CiTX House and lot, Walklkl read
w 7iUuU.W telonffln? to estate of G Man.
4 , son. Tor particulars, enquire of Mrs. G. Man ion, or
1 F. L. Waldron. igsS'imo
FOR SALE Phaeton, cood as new. Full leather
top. A G. Hltclwock, Sti King St iBu-tt
FOR SALE X phaeton In excellent condition, cloth
,, lined Cot Jiij new. Fur sale chtap. Inquire
I tf Mrs V, C Weeion. Bingham St, or room i,
f Model Block. .8u-'
FOR RENT TwoCofaeesat W,kikl Rent Ji
per month each. Inquire of S. T. Pain, Turn
way's oftice, diuahnj, tSit-tw
COR ALC-B.irpilni: fine lot uxits MOKAUEA.
KAtlHl, spUndld view, cheap, inquire at this
COW SALE- $6f.no. A bsririln. Tnohuriri. ooi
1 as nw Extension trif p. Made to order. In
, (jure oiwwrieM. hort t ,8M-tm
FOR SALE A bkycle mcr.ye -r .uod carries 16
pasirers little used -oMfow, will sell for
Jao tnqulre at t Merchant St
FOR SALE Alcaroba cordwood. In quantities to
suit.Celivered. Apply R LKhman, Keaumoku
Vree TeK Vhlte tMi i8hiw
FOR SALE-Three thoroughbred fcnelUh hit
setter pups. Inquire Washlneton Lthi n or
ittepnone 14 iB49-im
HOTEL TOR SA E, Kood paying property In
heart ot town, long lease, cheap rent. $,coo.
rntin, pin monciE inquire aiinisomce,
FOR SALE Six lots on Kapahuu Road, Kaimukl
Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
Era met t May, Jutd Buildinr. i48-tl
A HOME "UP THE VALLEY." The
House and lot at lha htii ef MoMninn Lana.
"Nuuanu Valley. belonelnKto C. B. Ripley IsofTered
lor sale. This Is one cf the choicest homes In the
sururrs of Honolulu: a modern house, almost
new, fine a able, very larjre shade trees : no c-oler
fy( place In Honolulu j and will be sold on themot
reasonable terms. Applv to owner, on the premises,
or at rwtm 10. Progress Block. igjt-itno
TO LET A five-room cottage, on C"rnr of Klnau
and Pensacola streets. Apply to W. O Atwater
1 501 I W
OFFICEb TOR RENT-In Brewer building, Queen
street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C. Brewer
v fit Co 1 Ltd. iBAi-nmos
TO LET or lease lor a term of esrs, one large
bulldinc at lllel, loiso. with a drive all around
the buildinr, known as I'll Honolulu Steam Laundry
building, (or lotormatlon, apply at Peerless Pre
serving Paint Company. ioi.iw
TO LET Two lunished noms. Gents. Apply to
W W. Decbe. care of Jam. Nott, Jr. i6.v,iw
TO LET A house of over to rooms, centrally
located. At! new. Apply Bulletin orho. (cat
PR UENT-Um double aid th'e single furnlsled
room i. Can be used for light housekeeping
Private family. 446 Punchbowl street. iSoo-iw
FOR RENT-Wilder Avenue, next Alexander St
New 1 room house Bed Rooms p rct'aln bath:
also nicely furnished cottage, suit Hghihoui keep
ing. Law rental. Call or by letter, W. B. this office.
TO LEASE-Slx acres of land In Kewalo. For
particulars apply to A. R. BINDT, unite with
Guide Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Merchant
St. Telephone Main itj.
rO LET A to.r room voltage, kitchen, pantty and
raining rnom, suuaiea on i.unna s Lane, racic
f Vineyard St. Apply to J. A. M. Otorlo, liquor
department of Hoff.chlaeger Co., Ltd , King street.
FOR RENT -A suite nf three furnished rooms
tultable for housekeeping. 1365 Fortht. jsmw
OFFICES FOR RENT Four large rooms now
occupied by Major Robinson as Quartermaster's
ffire. In Progress H o k. will be for rent alter June
30 The rooms will be rented singly or en suite.
Apply to C S. Pesky, Progres. Block. iSu'tf
TO LET Five room cottage, enameled tub, etc..
next to Mormon church. Apply to A, G. Cunhs,
at premises ifiwrno
TO LET Elegantly furnished "thtoughout" Seven
room hojie Rent for term at 5j per month.
Splendid location. King street, betwvtn Walklkl
Road anf Tnomas Square. Atkinson. Room 8, Ma
goon Building, Merchant St.
TWO COTTAGES TO RENT, Centrally located.
Apply lo L. F, Alvarer, mo Emma St. 184ft.1t
TO LEA E For a term of three years the furnish
ed residence of John Cassldy, Walklkl; a two-
story house of nine rooms, with large I anal, mosquito
4 proof throughout ; hot wa'tr for bath: also cottage
of two rooms In yard. Good beach and sea ba'hlng;
also, fine view of Honolulu JOHN CASilDY, toos
Beach Road, Walklkl, or P. O Box tn, 8,.iw
1 TO LET Sefton House, well furnished rooms with
1 board. You g ht .near P'lWn. .aiin
FOR RENT An eight room Cottage. All modern
Improvements. Two minutes wa'k from Tram
way. Inquire a the M'nt or Favorite Saloon i8x tf
TO LET Comfortable cottaees on the premises of
the Sanlta-y Steam Laundry Co.. L'd.. Marmlon
and South streets. The cottages contain 4 rocms.
kitchen and rath room. N exfa charge for hit and
cold water and electric lights, Rent reasonable, Ap
ply on the premises to J Llehtfo'.t. manager. c8tf
WHERE IGNORANCE WAS BUSS.
"Rut, after all, don't you think a
good education Is an essential In busi
"Not much," replied tho wealthy
man., "It was my poor education that
gave me a start, I douo a Job 'o work
for a r(ch fellow, and made out my bill
for 'too' dollars. Resides the bad Bpell
ln' I forgot to cross the 't Ho sent
me a check for ?100. Philadelphia
it has been ascertained by experi
ments that persons who use the tele
phone habitually hear better with the
left ear than with the right. The com
raon practice of tho telephone com
panies fs to place the telephone so that
Jt will be applied to the left ear.
New York. June 1. A dispatch to the
Tribune from Havana says:
Washington advices regardlne possi
ble complications over the acceptance
of the appendix to the Constitution
have caused some uneasiness among
the members who secured Its adoption,
but the disposition Is to await omctal
Information. Inquiry showed that
there Is no probability that the con
vention would make further changes In
the form In which acceptance was
couched. Opinion Is pronounced that
such an attempt would disrupt the con
servative forces, which succeeded In
having the Piatt amendment inter
preted and adopted, and would place
the radlcnls In full control of the situ
ation. Most of the delegates who voted for
acceptance say that the subject is con
cluded and the only thing left for the
convention now Is to frame an electoral
law, or else to be dissolved by military
authority and the statu quo remain
nnchanged. They do not anticipate the
latter alternative. Some of them criti
cise the reports that the convention
was not expected to Incorporate th
substance of the Interviews with Sec
retary Hoot and say this criticism
should have been formulated earlier.
since such a purpose has been manl
tested by the convention sinco the re
turn from Washlneton,
nualberto Gomez and other radicals
raised the same point that seems ta
have been raised by United States Sen
ators. This was that while the present
National Administration might feci
bound by the terms of tho Interviews
ns embodied in the appendix, future
Administrations or Congresses would
not bo bound. The reply of tho con
servatives was that acceptance was
only n means of preparing the way for
the negotiations of a treaty wlh tho
United StateB would ensure defining
the relations of Cuba on a permanent
basis. This argument secured the ma
jority. Tho prospective withdrawal of the
American troops Is not looked on hero
as likely to become a serious question.
Radical Cubans arc quite temperate on
that subject. Tho prevailing opinion Is
that the presence of the troops will not
he questioned until the final steps In
the formation of a Cuban Government
Tho conservative political elements
and commercial influences, which were
preparing to participate in the forma
tion of a Government, deprecate, the
bad effects of n hitch cow, hut, whllo
uneasy at the prospect, they have full
confidence In the -Washington authori
ties and arc not alarmed.
Tho municipal campaign has closed,
and today (Saturday) the Mayors and
Aldermen will be elected throughout
The chief feature of the Havana cam
paign has been the great reception
given to Montoro and other old Auton
omist leaders at a meeting of the Union
Democratic party. It was larger than
the rallies of either Nationals or Re
publicans. Montoro's fame was the
magnet which drew the crowd, but
Cuban politicians all admit the sig
nificance of his welcome. He spoke for
Carlos Garcia, candidate for Mayor, but
his speech went beyond local issues
and announced an aggresslvo policy of
recognizing Cuba's relation to the
The only place where the municipal
contest has become serious is In Santi
ago. Word has been received that varl.
ous officials were resigning and that
the other parties would not go to tho
polls because the Nationals, under tho
leadership of Correoso, n radical antl
Piatt delegate to the convention, were
Insisting that the presence of American
soldiers were necessary to Insure a
Toronto, Ont., June 1, The follow,
tng particulars of Canada's cup chal
lenger have been received from tho
owners: The Invader, which was
launched last Monday at Oakvllle, near
Toronto, has an over-all length of 49
feet and 6 Inches, with a water-line of
2S feet, a beam ot 9 feet and 4 Inches,
and a draught of C feet and 6 Inches.
Her displacement Is C100 pounds. The
mast Is 42 feet long, the main boom 38
feot, hoist 31 feet, horn C feet and C
Inches, base of forward triangle 20 feet
And hoist of Jib 2S feet.
On deck thero Is no rail except a nar
row strip on each side of tho cock-pit
and steering well. Thero are hero nar
row combings, but beyond this the deck
Is clean-swept, and there will be no re
sistance to wind. The deck fittings are
of mahogany, and she carries a rudder
that Is not hung upon tho fin, but is
of the kind called the balance rudder,
which Is now being used in tho Boston
defender Independence, the blade be
ing narrow and deep.
The canvas, prepared at the lofts of
John I.ecklo of Toronto, is now ready,
and the hollow spars, which were made
at Montreal, are expected soon,
Tho Invader now floats well above
ber calculated water line, and unless
she overstands the racing length of 35
feet, will carry 35 feet moro than th
Beaver, tho Palno design.
SiiWriliors to tlio M'LLETIX
not rcccivinj,' tlicir p:i)crs promptly
will confer n favor ly notifying the
iJiMiio Office; Telephone 2,"i0.
Notice of Election of Officers.
At the annual mcetlnc of the sharehold
ers of The Pacific Land and Imcnvemer.t
Ompanv, Ltd.. held on the 7th day Int.,
at the office of Yee Sine Taf Co.. Hono
lulu, the following were ele:ted officers of
said corporation for the ensuing year:
President Pang ChonR
Vice-President Chang Chiu
Secretary A, Y. Shew
Treasurer C. Q. Yee Hop
Auditor Pang Lum
Directors-Lee Klnc Chin, Pant; Lum
Mow, Yee Yap and Yip S, Young.
A. Y. SHEW, Sretiry.
Honolulu, June to, loot, iSfc-iw
Apia, Samoa, May S. There will be
it new line of steamers to connect Apia
with San Francisco. Gustav Kunst, a
wealthy German, who bought the land
In German Samoa known ns the Ameri
can lands, has now bought two steam
ers from the Union Steamship Com
pany of New Zealand. The first called
the Rtngaroons, ts dally expected at
Apia, and will be dispatched thence to
Honolulu and San Francisco. Since the
Oceanic stopped calling in nt Apia, the
settlers and traders have been de
spondent, but now" In Kunst's venture
their hopes arc being revived, and they
make no secret of their endeavor to
cripple the trade of Pago Pago, which
place is the great envy of the rcsidenti
of German Samoa.
The German Government has made
rapid progress with the roads com
menced by the late Government. Ilut
It has not been altogether done with
German money, for that Government,
upon the partition of the Islands, got
control of all the assets of the Malletoa
Government, including some thousands
of dollars of cash on hand. The United
States Government did not get any
share of the assets. Malletoa Is still
In FIJI, and the Samoans nrc wanting
him to come back. It is stated that
ho will not return until Great Drltaln.
Germany and the United Stntes have
carried out the promises made to Ma
lletoa when he was Induced to abdicate
tho throne In order to give the High
Commissioners n clean field to work
upon. He was to receive an annuity
and an education. This agreement doe
not appear to have been expressed In
writing, and the High Commissioners
may deny Its existence. Malletoa Is
positive that when n document was
handed to him by a person representing
the Commission and which he was then
Induced to sign he was promised tho
powers would assist him in his deslro
for a higher education and would make
provision for the future. Malletoa nan
written to the three powers, but so far
has not received any satisfactory reply.
Dr. Solf, the German Governor, states
that he has reserved a high position In
the Government for Malletoa.
Tho nvenlng Dullctin, "a cents per
FKNCi: COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE,
DISTRICT OF KONA, ISLAND
Upon the petition of Anna A. Perry,
trustco under the will of J. Perry, de
ceased, to decide upon the question ot
c. division of fence bitween the land
owned and controlled by her and
known ns Wnllupe, District of Kona,
Island of Oahu, and the land owned and
controlled by Mr. Charles Lucas and
Mrs. Charles Lucas and known as Nlu,
In said District.
Public notice is hereby given to all
persons interested or their agents to
appear before us on tho said lands on
Thursday, June 13. 1901, at 10 o'clock
a. m., in order to pass over and run
the line of said fence and to decide on
tho kind of fence to bo built, the sliaro
which such owner shall build, and tho
time within which such work of build
ing said fence shall be done.
A. B. WOOD,
J. A. OILMAN,
M. K. COOK.
Honolulu, June T, 1901,
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
THE FATAL CARD
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
GRAND DOUBLE BILL
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEE
The American Girl
The Two Sisters
Weather Bureau, Punnhou, Juno 12.
Temperature Morning minimum,
73; Midday7 maximum, S3.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.97. Rising.
Dew Point 70F.
Humidity at 9 a. ra. 75 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, June
12. Weather clear; wind SW.
TuesJav. June tf.
P M S S Colon, McKlnnon, from Port
S S Carlisle City, Patterson, from Yo
Am sp J C Potter, Lorentzen, 24 days
Am bk Olympic, Glbbs, to days fiom
Am bk Alden Besse, Klessel, 13 davs
trom san i-rancisco.
Am Bk diamond Head, Peterson, 14
days from San Francisco.
Wednesday, June I).
Stmr Walaleale, Piltz. from Kauai.
I'uesJay, June tt.
USAT Sheridan. Pierce, foi Manila.
Wednesday. June 12.
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and
stmr uwanaia, uregory, tor Kauai.
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, for Molokal puts,
Stmr Mokolll.Napala, for Maul potts.
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, for Oahu
For Hllo and way ports, p-rstmr Klnau,
June 12 W Cooper, D E Cruzan, Miss
C E Griffin, H C Austin, Bishop Willis,
Chas-Mehau, Conrad Davis, Theo Wolff,
Palmer Woods, AUs A F Allmond, Mrs M
L Walker. V M Fu!her. R L Scott. Robt
Hind. G Noltenlns. Paxton Wright and
wife, Wm Keas, U T Hayselden, Chas
l.lndholm. L- Kaiser, r 1 ranguls. t-o'int
Von Waldthausen, A C Gehr, H I! Gehr.
Mrs J H McKenzIe, D Kahnulello. Kobt
McKlnnon. E Connor, F C Bowerman, H
C Blown, F G Douse, wife and chllJ,
uavld watt, u u wells, t; mcLe'non,
M Pancoast, W L Emerv. MarvShlpman.
H Wooten. John Surgea, T S Kay, S
Sptnor, Mts F J Church. Oliver Shlp
min, WenJeli Cahlll, Miss Wctmore,
Gov S B Dole and wife, E Williams, Mrs
Irene Brown, w U lrwin.
From Kona and Maul ports per
str. Mnuna Loa, June 11 Mrs. W, P.
Kenncll ami two children, Mrs. J. F.
Ecknrdt and two children, W. F. J,
Dole, Dr. Grossman W. C. .Mlssen
W. K. Makakoa, J. W. Kualmokii,
Mrs. Weight Mlso L. Rathburn, Miss
V. Lima, Mrs. C. Andrews, J. Grelg,
Miss T. Ferrclra, Miss A. Fcrrelra,
Mrs. M. Macfarlanc. G. Govela, Miss
L. Paahao. A. B. Wells, II. Kalpo,
W. F. Drake, J. McC'abc. T. Urso
Mori, Mrs. Kaehuwahhnul, A. Do
Hego, J. MiCandless, F. S. Richardson,
F. II. Hayselden nnd wife, J. Lair and
wife. Miss A. Gannon, R. Nlcklas, M
Carvalho and 7G on deck.
oi TO BE II MYTH
New York, June 1. A dispatch to the
Herald from London says:
Gen. O. B. Williams, who has been
stopping at the Hotel Cecil, emphati
cally denies the reports that have been
circulated to the effect that Russia Is
on tho vergo ot revolution. In an Inter
view he says:
"To Judge by the reports In tho Eng
lish papers, one would Imagine that
Russia was a hotbed of sedition, Just
quivering on tho brink of revolution.
Now, 1 have visited that country peri
odically for many years past and liava
had an opportunly to see, perhaps,
mora than tho visitor could see, and to
study tho conditions of the country In
n way that one can only do by lntimato
acquaintances. Tho country Is as peace
ful as any In the world.
"People go about their business ai
freely as In England 01 America and
appear to be Just as little In awo of the
authori'tles. Furthermore, as regards
foreigners, or, I should say, Americans,
there seems to ba only the friendliest
feeling. You are everywhere received
kindly. There Is an evident disposition
to do business with you on straight
forward buslncts lines. With regard
to some stories sent over tho wire to
tho English papers, there are two
which I can contradict from my own
personal observation. The story about
unusual police precaution at the re
view was a myth, pure and simple. I
was at tho review wllth my wife and
came within 1D0 feet of the spot where
the Czar was standing.
"Beyond tho ordinary guard of honor
there was absolutely no appearance of
precaution to safeguard the Emperor's
person. Certainly there was nothing
like wholesale exclusion ot tho public.
The Czar moved around quite freely
and did not appear to have the least
distrust of any one who came near him.
I have seen other royalties at similar
functions, and the Czar did not appear
lr any more danger than they did.
"Another Instance "of gross exaggera
tion was the Incident of the students at
tho Cathedral, when, according to tna
reports to London. 'a small-sized revo.
lutlon was tho result. Now, I happened
to bo sitting In the. balcony ot the Nev
sky Prospekt Hotel at the tlmo and
witnessed the whole Incident. Thero
was a handful of students who were
expelled from tho cathedral because
tbey would insist on smoking Inside
the church. They were expelled with
as little fuss as so many young fel
lows would occasion who tried to
smoke Inside St. Paul's. There was not
the slightest disturbance, certainly
nothing which would In any way be
described as an cmcute. Yet tho trifling
thing was magnified Into an event
which threatened the Russian throne,
It was all over In a few minutes."
In Julian Ralph's latest book, As
American With Lord Roberts, Is told
tho story of n "refujow," who returned
to Klmherley after tho siege. "Veil,"
ho snld, "you had n tough time hero in
Klmherley?" Yes, wo had nn awful
time," replied his filcnd, "especially
after tho 100-pound shrlls began Hying
about." "Veil, was tho reply, "vo
had a tcrrlblo time In Cape Town also.
Vo didn't haf no bomb Bhells, but de
cooking nt do hotels vos fearful."
Berrey & Fullerton, Tel. Main 185.
Jas. F. Morgan
-85 Queen tftreet
I offer for sale the fine residence of Mr.
Douglas Collins, situated on School Street
between Fort and Nuumu Streets. The
grounds arc nicely mproved and planted
with fine tree. The main dwelling house
Is well and substantially built, in good re
pall and contains large lanal, large double
parlors extra large dining room, large hall,
3 extra large bedrooms, bathroom with hot
and cold water, large kitchen, fine cellar, a
portion of which Is cemented and contains
extra stove with stationary washtub.
Large rear yard. A large bun, stables,
lien House aiu servants' nouse.
Prop:itv has a frontage on School srfet
0' 85 feet, a depth of 2tC feet and a total
area of 48 too of an acre.
Jas. F. morgan,
65 Queen Street.
Three NEW HOUSES now being built
nn the upper side ut Beretanla street, near
Building are two-story with five beJ
rooms, parlor, sitting-room, dining-room,
reception hall, kitchen, pantry, line clothes
closets, bath, etc., etc . large yards, ce
ment w Iks, etc. Each house Is connect
ed with the sewerage sv,stem.
Hcuses ready for occupancy on or about
June 1 5th.
HEN T iCo prr month.
Also one new house on Klnau street.
Rent i"50 per month
Jas. F. Morgan,
Residence of C. J. McCarthy, on Young,
Pllkol and Beretanla streets. Fine large
yard, with fruit and shade trees.
House contains parlor, dining room,
pantry, kitchen, large bedrooms, servants'
Stalls for two horses and carriage room.
House will be rented furnished. Patty
renting must take good care of the
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen Street.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by our late
scientific method applied to the gums. No
sleep-i roduclng agents or cocaine.
inese are tne oniv dental parlors in
Honolulu havlne PATENTED APPLIANCES
and Ingredients to extract, fill and apply
goia crowns ana rorceiain crowns unde
tectable from natural teeth, and warranted
for ten years, WITHOUT THELE'ST PAIN.
All work done by GRADUATED DENTISTS
of from 12 to 20 Years' experlence.and each
department In charge of a specialist. Give
us a call, and vou will find us to Jo exact
ly as we advertise. We will tell you In
advance exactly what your work will cost
by a FREE EXAMINATION
Set Teeth $5 00
Gold Crowns $5 00
Gold Fillings 6100
Sliver FllllnjjH 60c
Our name alone will be a guarantee that
your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
KOOH 4. CUTS UUILDIKa,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
W HIT KEY & MARSH
Made to Order
Shirts with one pair detach
able ci.ft's made to your
61.3S I.SO 1.75 3.00 3.25
according to the quality
of material selected.
Hall's Cottage Paint
Thnt'H tho kind you wnnt.
Rundy .Mixed for use t t 1
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HURRAH FOR THE 4th OF JULY
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HAS RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF
New Fflre-vork, Flags, Shields,
RewtoHlnu, - Decoration - Buntlnj;,
Torpedoes, Lanterns, Etc., Etc.,
which will he sold at San Francisco prices.
ASSORTED CASES OF FIRE-WORKS
from Sio.oo to 825.00 at the : :
BERETANIA ST., NEAR FIRE STATION
P. 0. Box 535- S. W. LEDERER, Prop.
HAVING PURCHASED THB GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF MR. CHAS. HUSTACB. we wish to
inform the general public that we are prepared to fill
orders promptly, every attention will be given to careful delivery.
VYensJv a share of your. patronage : : : :
T BB"ST? QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
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