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J- w Hf 6 BVEtHNO -lUl.t.ETlN. HONOLULU, II T., FRIDAY, JAN 24. 1002. 1 WANTS BUSINESS D1BECT0BV 35 hT M M mfl I .rT" P$ MCDONALD &LANQSTON Contract. Ullflfl mn I llrflal II HI I L f - nn.l It it (Mora 1 1lt ttntritl . . t M H HIHI HI DBIHHJI r . a SITUATIONS WANTI2D. Situations nncl Help Wnnteil YOUNQ man speaking English and French desires situation ns clerk, bookkeeper or snlcBtnnn, best ret crences 1' .1 S llulletlli -Wjl lw WANTED lly on experienced nc rountant. a situation In the clt , tins bun 15 venrs on plantations In Huso Islands, but now Intends to ro main In Honolulu. Ilrst class refer dices Address I X I. llulletlli of tlce 2052 lw ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping writing grnmmnr etc., day or eve $5 mo S A , this offlco 2o52 lw WANTED lly joung man expcrlonc ed ns bookkeeper or clerk position, llrst class references Address 1 O box 827 20J21W WANTED II) a voting mun from tlio Coast, position ns shipping clerk, best references 11 1. 11, llulletln. 2052 lw WANTED lly joung married man, work of nn kind C 1 llulletln. 2052 lw WANTED Position b oung woman as nurse or governess for children. A C. llulletln 2052-lw WANTED Position by )ounR mnn as bill clerk It A . llulletln 2052 lw WOULD like position as watchman iir iMirinr bv middle need mnn F B . llulletln 2052-lw ' WANTED Position ns night watch man best of references ndustrl oub, llulletln 2051-lw EXPERT Japanese, first class cook, wants situation, housework and small washing K. O, llulletln. 20" 2-1 w FIRST-CLASS lady piano teacher, easy method will take pupils reas onable. O. this office 2052-lw GARDENER Oermnn practical, un derstnnds gardening In all its branches, wants .situation, prlvnte family 11 F, llulletln 2052 lw AN Kastern gentleman desires to glvo private lessons In English branches at pupils' homes Address C H , llulletln office 2052 lw A COMPETENT and careful driver, well acquainted with cltv and out side districts desires situation Ad dress, (Jus , this office 2049 lw Adt In this column will be Inserted at: Per line, one Insertion 15c Per line, two Insertions 25c Per line, one week . 30c Per line, two weeks 40c Per line, one month . 60c T ils is the cheapest advertising jver offered the people of Honolulu. SPECIAL- NOTICES. LADIES wishing to commence Instrilc tlons this mouth on the American Queen Ladles Tailor Sjstem I X. 1. this office 2052 lw SPECIAL NOTICE Ilonds furnished to an amount for the man holding position as guardian, postoffico oill clal or any oilier position of trust Honolulu Investment Co 2051 tf SHORTHAND Private tuition given . at reasonable rates Address S , this office 2016 lw NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union Express Co. has WHITE BAND TOR SALE. 1643 tf ANTED TWO or three rooms In vlcinltv of Em ma Square or thereabouts not to exceed $15 for light housekeeping, best of reference E , lluiletin 2052 lw WANTED Property owners to know that plate glass can bo Insured from any form of breakage at Tho Ho nolulu Investment Co. 2051 tf WANTED Second hand flat ton desk, with drawers at both sides, leather on top preferred Address Desk, lluiletin office. 2050 lw .VANTED To buy plncapplo plants, chenp, stato price, variety, location. Address A II. llulletln. 204S-1W WANTED 500 men to shave for 15c, Jeff s, 13 King St ; live white bar bers. 2011 tf' - ' ROR LEASE. TO LET. TO LET Cottages olf School St nr I Insane ' Nuuanu (15 nnd 17 On ABlun load (12 50 nnd JO 60 P.1 i: It Strnuch. 32 Cnmpbeh blocK. 310 Fort St 2051 1m TO LET Iloomy bath tub. with cither hot or cold water anu all modern Improvements, "all at Silent Dar ber Shop 2019 tf TO LET Furnished cottage, on the corner of Fort St and Fort lane In quire of M C Pachcco llulletln of flee. 2053-lw TO LET Ilcsldonco of J Cassldy, j WalklKt, furnished good nathlng; I vacant January ICth. Apply Water houso &. Podmore, Bethel and King 2027-. The Bulletin's special Industrial edi tion can be obtained at this office or the news-stands. Price 25 cents. ATTORNEYS. M. DAVIDSON Attornoj at Law 109 Kanhumanu St GARDNER K. WILDER law, Kaahumanii &t Attorney at I. M. LONG Offices 3.33 Campbell bldg . Tel Main 278 F. M. BROOKS ..itornoy, rooms 9 10, Spreckels bldg ; Tel Main 344 CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kan humanu St., Tel. !8L Main. BUSINESS D RECTORY HULP WANT13D. Ads. will lie Inserted PI-EH. YOUNQ man 10 ears of nge, desires position ns night vvntcliuinn Henry KnumnI Queen ror South St 2053 lw FOR February 1st A first class cloth lug sitesinan, 0110 thoroughl) com potent to buy for and manago do pirtincnt, state experience, wliero last emplojed and salnry expected It IlulU tin 2052 lw WANTED A man competent to take charge 01 n hardwnre, crockery and bazaar goods department In n largo store stato references whero last emploed salnry expected, etc 1 A llulletln 2052 lw WANTED Two Miung Indies for can dy store leferenccs II T. Hullo tin 2052 lw WANTED German girl to tako caro of children I 11. llulletln 2051 lw WANTED Young girl to do general housework A M., Bulletin. 2051 lw TO LET. TO LET Cottage, with stable, at Wal klkl, $20 Three-room cottage, cen trally located, $15. Apply No. 8, Cottage Grove, King St. 2047 tt POU SALB. FOR SALE CHEAP 18 ear lease of new I) built cottages and 1 newly built stablu (00x50 rcet) on l'nitoa road near bridge with following In (hided, G lino horses, 1 surrey, 1 new hack 2 pair Blngle harness', 1 pair double harness, 1 carriage pole A bargain at $3500 Inquire of JOS KIHAS, Port Street opposite Hack feld's 2051-2W FOR SALE House and lot, desirable location on Prospect Street, and commands flue view of oceun from Diamond Head to Wnlanao moun tnlns House has 70 foot veranda and contains following rooms Don ble parlor, dining room three bed rooms pantry, kitchen bath room and water closet. Stables and scr vants quartets on premises Yard laid out with fruit trees, some of which are bearing Size of lot lCUx l.'il feet To be sold on easy terms Inquire or JOS KIHAS Port Street opposite Hackfcld 8 2051 2w FOR SALE A fine, old fashioned koa table In Rood condition Inquire at I.illha St No lb!", three doors above School St. 2052 lw FOR SALE Furniture for live room house with privilege of renting En quite at Fur Kent sign Aloha lane 2052 lw ELEGANT mnhognii) folding bed, 11. II enrpet couch chairs, dishes, etc Address A , llulletln. 2052-lw FOR SALE Farm of 16 acres, with house all Improved and fenced, at Honokan Hawaii $1500 Lot, Kc walo, 50x100, $$00 House and lot, King St. 60x120, $3000, part mort gage, pirt cash. Leasehold, 20 jenrs on King St, nr. Llllha. 77x200 House and lot Manon Valley, 77x 200. $1200. Inquire S Decker, with V W Wright, King. cor. South St 2035 tf FOR SALE Horse nnd phaeton; horse gentle, good under saddle; phaeton almost new. K C 1), llulletln. 2029 tf FOR SALE Coral rock for Ailing. Ad dress It. M Duncan, at llulletln of fice 1991-tf STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE The "Talula," as alio now Ilea In the har bor. She Is a nearly new boat, la perfect working order, and has been of Into used In towing at Kahutul harbor. W. II. Pain. 1895 tf PURE Whlto Leghorn Chickens and Eggs (guaranteed). Samples of birds at California Feed Co.'s, where customers may obtain Information, E.C Smith. Pearl City. 1996 tf FOR SALE Old papcro, 10c a bundle, Apply at this office. 2035 tf ROOM AIND BOARD. WANTED Hoard and rooms In pri vate family for three adults: must be central Address I., llulletln. 2052 lw WANTED Sunny room for gontlO' man with board preferred, ccntrnl ly located one with fnm y mimical lv Inclined, stato terms V llulle tln 2052 lw THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St.; newly furnished rooms, mosquito I proof tonim remonnbls 1!)10tf LOST. LOST llrenstpln Ivy lent surrounded by diamonds, reward llulletln of flee 2053 lw LOST Mnn thousands of dollars through neglecting to havo Btoelt Btiinclentlj Insured Honolulu In vestment Co represent four of tho strongest flro Insurance companies 2051 tf LOST A small sllvci wntch.vvlth gold chain Initials L J on watch Re turn to Hawaiian Hotel Reward 2049-lw POUND. FOUND Tho Canton Marino Insur nnco Office Mil nt Honolulu In vestment Co 2011 tf ATTORNEYS. A. G. CORREA Attorney at law, 58 Merchant 8t , next to postoffico; Tel 115 Main I BROKERS. lE. J. WALKER Corteo Broker. 4 Spreckels bldg BICYCLE REPAIRING. C A. COWAN U8C Union St, opp. Pacific Club, sundries', etc. CARRIAutS. PACIFIC VEHICLE &. SUPPLY CO. I'lnc carriages, vvngons, harness and whlis, Ilerctnnla near Fort St CIGARS AND TOBACCO. HOTEL St opp Hawaiian Hotel CLOTHI..G. THE KA8H CO., LTD. Two stores 23 27 Hotel St and cor Fort & Hotel COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENT. H. 0. MIDDLEDITCH Mgr.J Com mercial Law and Adjustment Agen cy, rooms 10 1C Mngoon bid I'd. 328. DENTIST. DR. DERBY fort and Hotel Sts ; gas administered, painless extracting. DR. C. lego HIGH Phlla. Dental Col Masonic Tomplo; Tel. 318. DR. G. W. RAYMOND Room 3. Mott Smith bldg.; hours 8 n. m. to 4 p. m. DR.T. MOTONAGA 46 Bcrctanla St: office hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. DRY GOODS. W. L. FLETCHER Importer choice dress patterns, flno linens, whlto goods, laces and trimmings, Rich arils near Hotel St. ENGRAVERS. W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and stamping; room 2, l..to bldg. EXPRESS. PACIFIC TRANSFEP CO. Main 58 Main. J. H. LOVE, Mgr. NIEPER'S BAGGAGE EXPRESS 722 Kort St.; Tel. Wnlto 81 and Main 316. MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY llethel St. opp Wnverlcy lillc.; Tel 621 Illtie, pkgs. called for and dcl'd. :. A. SCHMIEDTE Daggago express and drayago; Tel. Whlto 921. ENGINEERS. E. TAPPAN TANNATT Clll and electrical engineer, P O box 92, of fice room 3, Spreckcls blk,; Tel. 791 lllue, res. 3141 Illuc. FRATERNAL. DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 663 Young Men b Institute, moots every second and fourth Wednesday in tho month. GROCERIES. J. E. GOEAS Rcrptnnla near Emma St ; Tel 2312 Dido. S. J. SALTER Sutccssor to Snltcr S. Wnlty: 712 Fort St . Orpheum blk.; Tel (.81 Dine. J ' AVEIROS Oratories; Wulklkl of Emmk St. Reretanlo, HORSE-SHOEING. CITY SHOEING SHOP J. W. McDon nld. Fort St , opp Club Stables. HARNESS AND SADDLERY. MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort and King Sts ; Tel. Main 228, P. O. box 322 CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP rort St . opp Club Stabics; P. O. box 731. HACKSTANDS. REIS & QUINN King St., Tel 290 Main near Fort; HAIRDRE8SINQ AND MANICURING. MISS M. E. WNNN nichards near Hotel St.; halrdresslng, shampoo, manicuring; Christmas novelties In Hawaiian curios, 'lei. S21 Illuo JEWELER. TH08. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and vvntchmaker; 630 Fort St.; Lovq bldg.; latest In novelties. MESSENGER SERVICE. TERRITORIAL VICE Union 301 Main. MESSENGER St. nr. Hotel , SER- Tcl. MU8IC. ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB Music furnished; Metropole Ho tel, room 12, Alakca St. E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru ments, studio, Love bldg. Fort St MILLINERY. HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS friends I did visit tho casino nt Mon Tho Intest In millinery, etc.; Boston 'f Carlo, but tho statements of senna bldg , Tel 2G4 Main. tlonal gambling are false. MRS. HAN N A Fort St.. next to Lovo -- . bldg ; choice line of now millinery, i .rimtnlni-a ntn npnnl tnt lli.t.orlnl. ' patterns PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER. V. H. POUL8EN i nlntlng nnd paper hanging; Territory Stabics. King St. PHYSICIANS. DR. 8LOGGETT F.jo. I.ar. Nose nnd Thoat; olllco nt Eyo and Har Inflrra- n.v A Int..,.. !!.. ft - nry, Alakea St, Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. DR. FRED. W. HODGINB Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat only; omco Alakcn St. lately occupied bv Dr. Murray; St, lately occupied by Dr. Murray; oiuco nours u a. m to 4 p m. DR. JENNIE L. HILDEORANDE Ilcrctanta Ave , Tol Illuo 821. -248 PLUMBING. C. H. BROWN Snnltnry plumbing; Territory Stables. King St., Tol. Mnln 48 REAL ESTAiE. M. G. SILVA Agent for real cstnto also to grant marriage llcensos; 68 Merchant St , Tel Main 115 P. E. R. STRAUCH Ileal estate hand led to best advantage, houses rent ed, Innns negotiated; houses built at lowest prices 32 Campboll block, 31C Fort St , Tel Main 278 I STRAW HATS. iE. MORIKUCHI ,4 Hotel St, nr Nil ! uanu Felt strnw, panama hats STENOGRAPHERS. AMY LENNON Stenography and typewriting; 13 Kanhumanu St. REDUCTION PLAN FOR PHILIPPINE PRODUCT Effect of Senate Amendments to the Philippine Tariff Republican Favor the Move Djmocrats for Free Trade. Washington, Jan. 10 The Senate Committee on the Philippines today had under consideration the House Philippine bill but oil the report of the Deinoi rutlc members for more tlmo adjourned until next Monday without icportlng the bill. All the amendments suggested by tho Itepubllcau members were adopted 1 lie most Important of these amend ments reduces to tho extent of 25 per cent the uitc of duty collected upuu Philippine articles coming Into the United States and also provides for a further reduction equivalent to the ex port duty charged on such articles when shipped from the Philippines. The 25 ntr cent reduction Is accom plished b) providing tor the payment of 75 per cent of the duty required by tho Dlngley tariff act. The pro vision concerning the export duty Is as (allows. "The rates of duty which are re quired hereby to bo lovlcd, collected, nnd paid upon products of the Philip pine archipelago coming Into tho United States shall bo less any duty nr taxes levied, collected and paid therein upon tho exportation thereof from the Philippine archipelago as pro vlded b the act of the United States Commission under such rules and regit' latlons as the Secretary of the Treas ury maj prescribe. Another amendment permits tho era' plojment of foreign vessels In the Inter-Island trnffic as well as In tho traffic between the United States nnd the Islands. Still another amendment strikes out the Houso provision au thorizing the withholding the cost of collecting Philippine taxes and duties, thus requiring tho gross nmount In stead of the net amount to bo deposit ed In the special Philippine fund An administration amendment sug gested by the Treasury Department was adopted ns follows "Merchandise In bonded warehouse or otherwise In the custom or control of the officers of tho customs, upon which duties have been paid, shall 00 stU1n1 n ot.lnmnn r l.n til. II I ni.l -- Wand, w thin hree, ears from 0 ! .in. , .i, .i.ii o.;ii jL, of the duties paid, less one per celt ou merchandise upon which i not been paid, may be shipped with out the pamcnt of duties to the I'hll lplne Islands within said period trader such bonds nnd regulations as m.l bo' prescribed by the Secrctnr of th Ireasurj ' Senator Lodge of the committee ex pressed the opinion after the commit tee adjourned that a report on the bill would be secured on Monday. Ho nlso said the total reduction made by the committee on Philippine sugar coming Into the United States would amount to 3" per cent 1 he Democratic members of the com mittee did not suggest any amend ments but It Is understood they will press for n further reduction of rates After the committee adjourned the Democratic members of It held a con ference and decided to present a ml norlt) report to the Senate recommend ing that so long as the Philippine Isl ands remain a part of the territory of the I'nltcd Stntes frco trade be per mitt ed between the Islands and this country, and urging that the Islands shall be put upon an Independent foot ing at uh early a day as possible SCHWAB DBNIBS IT. Nm York. Jon. 14 Chailes M. Schwab president of jhe United States Steel Corporation, who Is now touring Europe denies the stories of scnsntlon ul gambling by him at Monto Cnrln Tho following cablegram, received In this city from him today, Is self ex planatory: "Nice. Jan 14 To tho Associated Press New York I havo learned of sensational statements regarding mj gambling nt Monto Carlo. I havo been on an nutomoblllng trip through tho South of Franco with a nnrtv of A S20.00 BELT for $5.00 The Dr, (W itll SUS' AlJcn Electric "Belt' pensory is Rinnntfed all the curative proper- ,"'"'" 'f 'f .,,, IIC OI UK th. ..n.nlll. K.lt. n... nl.l K.. ,i ... ,,. ,(ruic i, i.. , .,'. ,.' .j ,ii uti'Kj,. ..(.----'..t-iy tronc current of electricity and lseillv reeulited. Hound to superseJe others. Can M h.aJ UaP the iinderslRned only; n ?nts; nn discount. Clrcuhr free. Address I'lerce Ulcctric Co 20O Post St.. S n Francisco. Sent free to Hawaii for $5.00 BUSINESS DIRECTORY TAILOtS. ALBERT BERNDT Tnlloring nnd re pilrlng Hotel St opp Hawaiian Hotel, P RODRICUES 7.2 Fort St , opp Merchant lallor; unckfold bldg GROTE &. CRAMER Tnlloring nnd lonilrlnn Union noir Hotel St UNDERTAKER. ED. A. WILLIAMS Undcrtnkor nnd embalmor; Fort St opp Club Sin hies; Tel 52 Main res. 1482 Whlto WATCHMAKERS. J. W. A. REDHOU8E Watch nnd chionnmetor maker 71 Merehnnt 8t Send the weekly edition of the Bui Ictln to your friends. Only (I a year. '.W- 'iw SUGAR ARE MEN TELLING THEIR STORY OF WANT Cubans Want Fifty Percent Reduction in Tariff-Hawaii Represented at the Committee Hearing. Washington, Jnn 15 Tho Ways and Means Committee begin hearing todaj on the subject of Cuban reciproc ity with a large representation present ftom the various Interests which would be affected b legislation of this char nctcr Tho Cuban Industries were rep lesentcd b) Messrs Place, Mcndozt, I Dumols nnd Krancke, chosen by com- 1 meiclal organizations In various partw Dt the Island. The American Interests engaged to sugar production in Cuba were rcpre- bented by Edwin F. Atkins, spokes man for an organization controlling a large part of tho sugar production of tho island, Hugh Kelly of New York aud John P. Craig or Philadelphia. William Haywood was present la In half of the Hawaiian sugar planter and Henry T. Oxnard for the domestlo bect-sugar interests. The tobacco and other Interests affected by Cuban pro duction nlso were well represented. Chairman Pajne stated nt the outset that the hearing was In reference to tnnt portion of the President's mesiaga relating to reclprocvy with Cuba. The commltteo would first hear those fa vorable to Cuba, and Mr. Paine stated that the committee desired to be la- formed ns to the effect of reciprocity both on Cuba and on the people of th United States. Edwin F. Atkins nt ISoston made tM opening statoment In behalf of reci procity. Ho spoke of tho cnormoui overproduction of sugar throughout tin world, amounting to about 1,600,000 tons, which had resulted In a crisis (a the Industry. European countries hut met this by bounties so that the Ger man producer, by means of a bount, was nble to sell sugnr nt a half-cent 'jer pound below Its cost of production The cost of production In Cuba was .'6 cents per pound, which was some whnt above the selling price. Mr At kins stutcd that there was now about $20 000 000 worth of standing cane lr. Cuba, and nt present prices a consider til. In flirt nf ilila 11 unlit nnl l.n 1. n - ... M",v- !' "" "U'U "- UU liUItbS SJUn0 "" "Ti h ?'d IS' e0' oW bo serious loss to the V'f ."."i 'I .l?1 loss to labor he thought, was llkolv to lend to disturbances At the time set for the withdrawal of Amerlcna tioops, thcic would be. In his opinion, u ,Mc,lt ln,ttu' ln8"!ur1 revenues, which were largel) recruited from the suku Industry. Atkins stuted that a 50 per cent re duction of duties was desired on th various large products of the island, but In response to tnquliles front I'H)ue, he said that the sugar Indus try felt they should havo a 100 per cent reduction. Atkins stnted that the opposition to Cuban reciprocity catno from special sources, namely the do mestic beet sugar Industry, the Hawa iian planters and the sugar Interests of Porto ltlco nnd Louisiana, nggregntlnj 890 000 tons pioductlon To Pane ha stated that a ver large percentage of the Cuban sugar Industry was owned lij citizens of the United States Aside from the advantages of recl proclt) to Cuba, Atkins malntalnel that It would be of mater'al advantage to the United States, Including n reduc tion In the price of sugar, to the peo ple Asked b) Pajne If tho sugar busi ness was profitable last jear, Atklnj said he conceded that It had been, but general Inquiry among planters shor ed that thej had not done n profitable business At 12 o'clock a recess wiu taken until 2 pm. At the afternoon session Atkins con tinned his statement. In the course of which he expressed strong opposition to anj sjstem of drawback. He said that the Havemeycr Interests were small and exercised no controlling In fluence Atkins said that If political conditions continued Cuba would prob ably become so desperate as to be fore ed Into netlon. Lewis Place n merchant of Havana nnd hend of the Cuban delegation, pre sented tho case from the Cubin stand point At preVnt, he snld, Culm was biijlng large quantities of foreign goods nnd If leclproclty was brought about with the United States Cuba would buy American cotton goodi, wlno nnd mnny other articles no bought nbrond He believed the mar ket In Cuba would amount to (250,000 000 within two jtwirs Fiancls II Thurber of tho United States Export Association said that the prlmnrj consideration was one of good faith on tho nrt of the United Stutej toward Cuba. Hugh Kelly of New York, who ha. largo sugar holdings In Cuba, said thn as nn American he urged that recipro cal concessions bo made. He believed that if there was no reciprocity Cuhi would nsk for annexation If this oc curred the voice of the Amerlcnn peo ple would be for admitting the Island Mendozn of the Culn delegation pic tured the distress If present condition! were continued nnd said tho loss on "e l"IBnr cro'' lms xc,r woul" appiox- I "nuI0 '-0I,IHI11" Ho stiouglj fnvoied the free adml.-lcm of sugnr niAT reel proial concessions on American goodd entci Ing Cuba. The healings will continue tomor row. PUHL1C STATEMENT. i: It Rath tho plumber, nnd H W Tlnrth Honolulu Sheet Mctnl Works, deslro to Inform their friends and tho business community tnnt tnoy nro not nssoelnted In business or In anv other vvny with W II llarth Similarity In tho names has given rlso to rcrtnln tmplcnsnntncss, nnd filends nro in quested to use moio enio reenrdlng their statements. K It HATH II W. UAHT1I. This nlono would bo tho best recommendation for any lamp ono could expect, yet every merchant who uses our NEW ARC LAMPS Is more than satisfied and says they arc the best ho has ever used. Surely ho ought to know. MR IV W. DIMOND says! "I cannot say too much In pralso of these lamps; they rIvo n soft, penetrating light, evenly distributed and without fluttering or noise. They are the best lamps I have ever seen." For further Information ring us tip Tel. Main 390 and wo will be pleased to call at jour office. HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd. KINQ STREET, NEAR ALAKEA. SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITERS Still In the Lead Always in the Lead. HIGHEST AWARD AT PARIS EXPOSITION HIGHEST AWARD AT BUFFALO EXPOSITION It's time to turn over a new leaf If jou have never used tho Smith Premier. Superior in construction and efficiency Send or call for catalogue. C. W. MACFARLANE, SOLE AGENT. MACHINES SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED. Weekly Bulletin, Tel. Main 311. BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. ALL WAISTS MARKED DELOW COST. CALL AND EXAMINE THEM. A. A. MONTANA, Lending DrcKsnioklnjV IIouhc and Millinery Pnrlupn. Arlington Ulock, Hotel St. II. Ft DAVISON, Mnnagcr. SHRIVE & CO., To facilitate trado with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to Honolulu or returning same to San Francisco Goods will bo sent on selection to those know ing the Arm. or who .will furnish satisfactory references In San Francisco, Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers, Market tt Post 6t., 6. F. Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. Wo havo the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New York City, and aro prepared to furnish special designs. The Germania Life Insurance Company, OF NEW YORK. ASSETS $27,378,533 30. I Paid to Policy Holders since 18C0 for Death Claims. 24 373 4G9 65 For Mutmed Policies 7.507.C08 27 - Dividends and Surrenders 13 099,131 37 '. Total EMMETT MAY, Maraser for Hawaiian Islands. Evening Bulletin, 75c per month Special Selected Highland Whiskey WHYTE & MACKAY W. C. Peacock & Co., LtMITbD Sole Agents. A Smooth Scotch Whiskey Drink No Other. A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd. KAWAIAIMO bTREET, KfcWALO. Tel. White 1221 P. O. Box 552 Sluing, Planing! Turning and Mill Work In all Its branches. Lumber - Kiln - Drying a specialty, and in large or small quantities. Honolulu Iron Works. Improved and modern SUOAH MA 3HINUUV of every capacity and de .crlptlon made to order. Boiler work nd HIVGTKD PIPES for Irrigation .urposes a specialty. Particular atten Ion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs xecuted at shortest notice. $1.00 per year Postofflce Box 67 San Francisco 1 T 115,67 1,212 29 JUDD BUILDING. 3 Waialua Beach Hotel CHA8. DAVID, Munucr I Now Open fop Business. Finest of Accommodation. Finest of l.ntlilnd. i t I Ho Sure to Get Off nt I I t t I Wulnlun Station RATES $2.50 per tiny Special Rates by Week or Month, t I t t t l l I For further Information address : IIALHIWA P. O. Beaver Lunch Rooms Fort St., bet. Queen anil Merchant Breakfast. Lunch and Dinner Served. I.verything first class Complete lino Key West and Domestic Cigars alwnvs on hand, H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor. HART & CO., (LIMITED) THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS Fine Ice Creams and Water Ices, Chocolate and Confections. Tho Finest Resort In tho City. Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails. WOMEN'S EXCHANGE 314 FORT ST., Has the Beet Assortment of PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS) In tho'Clty. FRFSH HOME-MADD POI ON TUES- I DAYS AND FRIDAYS. j Weekly edition 'of the Bulletin $1 a year. f A&fccJ!'jtafc .