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i ) tiik I'acitk; ;oii.mi:i:ciai, aivki:tisi:i:: homh.i-i.i-. .hm.y i. is33. r. t1 T i r W.C. Achi & CO. 10 West King Street. FOR E Honolulu Brewing & Malting Co. Oahu, Kihei, Ookala, Miku, Waimea, Waimanalo, Etc., Etc., Etc. Children's Photos Are the hardest of all to make well until you become accustomed to the task. Mothers tell us we are at cur best when making photos of the little ones. Our quaint, unique poses faith ful likenesses and dainty style of fin ishing photos find favor in every mother's eyes. Preserve baby's pretty face in one of 'Williams' photos. J. J. WILLIAMS, Fort Street. C. BREWER &C0 L'D. Queen Street : : Honolulu, II. I. AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Conr.pany, Ono mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar Company, Wailuku Sugar Company, . .American Sugar Co., Makee Sugar ! Company, Ookala Sugar Plantation Company, Haleakala Ranch Com pany, Kapapala Ranch, Molokai Ranch. Planters' Line, San Francisco Packets, Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Bos ton Packets. Agents Boston Board of Underwrit ers. Agents for Philadelphia Board of Un derwriters. Standard Oil Co. LIST OF OFFICERS. C. M. Cooke, President; George II. ilobertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F. Mien, Auditor; P. C. Jones, II. Water aouse, G. R. Carter, Directors. Jas- H. Love, Stock Broker FORT ST., Next Biart's Jewelry Store. For Sale: KIHEI. McBRYDE SUGAR CO. NAHIKU. OOKALA. KAHUKU. Robe, t Lewere. F. J. Lovrrey. C. M. Cooke LEWERS & COOKE. Importers and Dealers in Lumber and Building Materials. Office, 414 Fort St. Stock Brokers SAL What can you do TO SaveThem You Have Come Uruk from Mauna Loa With plates or films on which are ex posures you can never hope to Duplicate. They are probably chemically affect ed by the sulphur fumes and other va pors rising from the Bowels of the Earth. We are chemists and know how to develope these plates and films, and SAVE THEM for you. delay Do not delay one moment, for May Be Fatal. THE Le Munyon PHOTO SUPPLY CO. 426 Fort Street. F0R SHLE. iff i.. Attain-' A LOT OF FINE, WELL BRED Milch Cows, Heifers, Horses, tame and trentle: a child can handle them. Will be sold single or by lots. A large number of well made milk ing cans will be sold in lots of one or a dozen. For further particulars apply to A. A. Montana, Kaaipu Dairy, opposite Minister H. E Cooper's residence, Ma- noa Valley. Terms Cash. 5269 FOR SALE 10 1-3S ACRES COFFEE LAND AT TTnVOTv A A S flfroc In full lioirlntr tz acres planted with trees from 1 to 2 years old. Over 200 Alligator Pear trees, with other fruits, oranges and peaches, and about 500 Banana trees. This land is all fenced and there is also a 20x20 building, containing a cof fee pulping machine, etc., on property. A bargain. 5272 Address X. L., this office. Beach Lots AT KUL10U0U THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS ON long leases at reasonable rentals four very desirable beach lots at Kuliouou of two acres each, with water laid on. For plats of lots and further partic ulars apply to J. M. MONSARRAT, Cartwright Block, Merchant St 5250 RUPTURE. t'SE NO MORE IRON HOOPS OR STEEL SPINGS Rupture re tained with ease and comfort and THOUSAND rapMlv CURED by PR. PIEKt'E'S GREAT AME RICAN INVENTION. If raptured send at ouce for Pamphlet No. 1. Address, Magnetic Elastic Trass Co., 620 Market St San Francisco IIS' GUIDE THROUGH HAWAII. PRICE, 6Qc. BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. FOR SALE BY ALL NEWSDEALERS. A HOSPITAL SHIP The Relief Reaches Port From Manila. Comforts and Convenances for Sick and Wounded hoteliers Some of Those on Board. Vhitf-rap;i.'.! r.t;i s t'.itilr.u t ,w. fro; i ;. i t ooh. : in th" r( ::;: nn y - ;i::tt-i i.tn -: :; t Ii r:.i? -1 of iron lls are a'u: th I'.;.-: it:i;;--i:is on.' itvi.-i on p.iylr.i; a visit to ihr lnitd S:.;ts hospital hip R- llk'f, whirh is now toalirm at Irmitard I wharf. Under Captain Frank Harding, sail ing master; Major A. 11. Gradley. bri gade silicon, roinm.indir.i;: I.i;;:-n-ant George Irwin, quartermaster. ih Relief has nearly t in led the world. During the Cuban rarapaiun she was tunning between New York. Cuba and Porto Ri'-o and took siek and wounded .soldiers to Fort Wyeoff at Montauk Point. She was formerly the John In- galls. running lietween Portland. Me., and New York, and was bought by the United States Government ami lit led up regardless of expense. She made eight trips between the West Indies and the Atlantic coast. She has on board an operating room and a com plete lot of surgical appliances; a steam laundry and an ice plant. High out of the water she rolls a god deal in heavy weather, but this is more than compensated for by the most en joyable living rooms high above the water where ever breeze penetrates. Poor, maimed fellows on crutches were on the streets soon after the Re lief came into port, and it is an ex perience one does not soon forget to see the sad laces of those sick soldiers on board who cannot come ashore. The Relief arrived in port early Sat urday from Manila, via Nagasaki and Yokohama. Manila was left behind on the 2-nd of June and Nagasaki was reached on the I'Oth and left on the 2'Jth. In Yokohama the Relief was de tained several iiays on account oi a typhoon raging not far outside the liar bor. July 2nd was spent on a sand bank, on the Saratoga spit, at the en trance to the harbor of Yokohama. The Relief has over o men aboard. most of them being sick soldiers from Manila. Besides she has a set of of titers and a complete hospital corps. including surgeons, stewards and trained nurses. On board are th fol lowing commissioned ot'iccrs, all of whom are well known here, who are invalided home: Captain John F. ZI linger. First Nebraska: Captain Wil liam J. Watson, Twentieth Kansas; Captain Adna G. Clarke. Twentieth Kansas; First Lieutenant John C. Me Arthur. Third infantry: Second Lieu tenant Collin 1 1. Hall. Tw entieth Kan sas; Second Lieutenant Olixer C. I.ipp. South Dakota. The army officers in charge are: Ma jor A. B. Gradley. brigade surgeon. U. S. V., commanding; First Lleuten ant George Irwin, Fifth artillery, CJ. M. and A. C. S.; Captain Henry K. Stiles, assistant surgeon, U. S. A.; First Lieutenant Weston 1. Chamberlain. assistant surgeon. U. S. A.; contract surgeons, Dr. C. I). Van Waganan. Dr. W. 1 Reed and Dr. Henry C. Rowland. The hospital corps consists of Stew ards George W. Muller and Henry Fuerschback: acting stewards. Dean, Schenk and Blankmeyer. Contract fe male nurses, Misses Jean Allan. Amy B. Farquharson, Esther K. Hassen, Alice I. Lyon. Armistead, Guion, Ir vine and Russik. Two men have died. Chris Kaus, prl vate of Company H, "Wyoming, died at Yokohama on July 7 of malaria. At Nagasaki, on June 2S. Frank A. Duval succumbed to meningitis. Both lodlcs were embalmed and are being re turned to the United States on the Re lief. Duval was shot in the right leg and was laid up with his wound when he contracted the fatal ailment. The various regiments are represent ed on the Relief by the following num ber of sick men: Hospital corps, six; Third artillery, one; Sixth artillery two; Fourth cavalry, one; Third in fantry, ten; Fourth infantry, six; Ninth infantry, one; Fourteenth eight; Twenty-second, nine; Twenty third, two; Signal corps, one; Utah ar tillery, two; Wyoming artillery, one; California artillery, two; First Ca!ifor nia, six; First Colorado, fourteen: Ida ho, six; Iowa, nineteen; Kansas, thir ty-one: Minnesota, twenty-one; Mori tana, ten: Nebraska, fourteen: North Dakota, two; Oregon, twelve; ienn sylvania. seven: South Dakota, twen tv-five: Tennessee, one; Washington live; Wyoming, three; navy, one; ci vilian, one. The First California men aboard are John W. Slade. Company A; W. B Thompson. Company B: Corporal C. A. S. Crase. Company C: U. Jantzen. Company F; R. J. McDonald. Company F; Hermann Yerg. Company L. The Oregon men are: A. O. Reynolds. Company A; Corporal H. M. Wagner. Company B; Douglas Glenn. Company D; R. W. Price. Company Z: A. Riok well, Company ; Sergeant James Col lins, Company F; Corporal W. C. John son, Company F; Sergeant G. J. I-iu-tenschlager. Company G; I-M L. King. Company H: Edmund Cyrus. Company I: Corporal E. R. Ballard. Company L; R. P. Marshall. Company L. Captain Frank Harding t master 'f the vessel. Charles Crocker t:rt olJl cer. I. Charleton chief engineer, and F. Cole first assistant enriiK-er. The Relief will sail for San Fran cisco this afternoon. As a pure and wholesome stimulant for medicinal or family use nothing equals the famous old Jesse Moore "A A" Whiskey. All wise drinkers call for it. Calumet COSUINS NOTHING INJURIOUS Powder J You note our list of POPULAR and NEW BOOKS And we will note the ones that you buy ! ! ! oo- thi: ciu isi: or the cachalot, by F. T. Ballon. DAVID HARFM. by Wocott. WITH KITCHENER TO KHAIt- Ol'M, by Steevcns. ADVENTURES OF CAPT. KETTLE. y C. Hync. THE RIVER SYNDICATE, by C. 1 Carryl. THE ASSOCIATE HERMITS, by F. SKh kton. BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS, by IVlIMIUg. THE AMATEI R CRACKSMAN, by lomung. ON THE EDGE OF THE EMPIRE. y E. Jepson. ANGLO-SAXON SUPERIORITY, by . Demolln?. oto- LIMITED. MEiK.iiAX'r st 1 1 1 : i;t . Kfl VIEW Ell IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Carriages and saddlehors s will in- t the arrival ami departure of every Kl- nau at Kawathac; also for any other point. SllEIiirr ANDREWS OF HAWAII savs: i lie oniy way ot r.u nmg in- - . .H m. M . ft t t picsent lava How by wagon roid Is la Waimea carriages: can within two mlbs of tlie f.nw. For particulars apply to H. AKONA. Proprietir. Walmc.n. Hawaii. J LAN DO, Has on hand a new line ot Shirts in Golf, Stanley, Negligee. WOOL A8D COTTOS UNDERWEAR. HOSE, in Face; Ljlie and Ccttoa. HATS AND CAPS ia endless varieties. HEK'S AKD BOYS' CLOTHISG. STAR and HOTHER'S FRIESD SHIRT WAISTS. Successor to L. E. TRACY. Fort Street near Kin?. sre Line. HENRY BR YAM, Prop. The s:a?o for Kascobe. HcU. Wa! kane. and Kuc!o.i. will lcae rostof2c. Bethel strcoi side at 9 a. m. oa Mon day. Wedacsiar and Friday. ca'.IIcs for pa5Jnorn and picknpea at Love Joy Co.'s, No. 13, Nuuanu :rc-U HUSTACE d: CO.. DEALERS IN Wood and Coal ALSO White and Black Sand Which we vlll rell at the very los: market rates. Telephone No. 41 1. i.. konc; im:i:. MERCHANT . TAILOR 623Va For. St.. Opp. Club Stables. FINE SUITS TO ORDER AT REA SONABLE RATES Su!t3 cleaned and repaired. Sati faction guaranteed. MESSENGER SERVICE. Honolulu Messenger Serrlc d!lTr messages and packages. Tel. 37S. Baking none so ) V GOOD J ftl HEnS 1 0yiFI!Illl8IIER Sta W. J. GUKN, 410 Montgomery St. San Francisco. California Trirt oftn'inn rf fhnci I navins capital to invest is called to the fact, that no city in the United States or prob ablv no city in the world offers better opportunities to make protitable or fortunate investments in Keal Estate man uiv? z ciiv ui oaui Francisco at the present i time. A reat many reasons can be given why San Francisco really will advance in value from now on. 1 offer my experience and . tenains ouyers or oustness properties or residence sites. I can submit some very de- sirable purchases of Eeal Estate that will yield a fine income and steadily advance in Value U1.KI.1N Irrilnrr llank. i i v. r n HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA Information cheerfully giv- n-uc anY UanVhTi Vuaun en. Parties coming from the con-.r.ition. Islands who desire to invest !NVnirsTIlA"A"" are requested to call. I will victoria axi v.Ncouvi:H-iiiak be happy to correspond with of llTilUh Nor1h Ajarlr any who may wish to obtain ItESSI 0 GFJ ErllT I UCtlUB tTt information in regard to San iih hu-m. inn ma4o oa Prnnricrn pftn1 CcHa ApproNl Srvttrily. CommrrriaJ and rrancisco Keal tstate. Traveler- crt-dii. tun. f Full charge taken of prop- ortv nnH tnvoc noiH fnr nh- sent owner. W. J. GDNtl, 110 Montsosicry St.. Sin PrascUco, CaliforsU. THE CLUB STABLES (Llniitetl.) C BELLINA. Manager. Fort SL( cur H;ld. Telpt:se 417. liyeiy. BOQrdinOaTSQles siim PItOMIT SEItVICE. STYLISH TfltN- OETS. SATE imiVEILS. W; aro ricclally equipped to cater to yn-.ir trad Fair ile.iltnc and crv. .ervit Is what wc !cpcnd on to pel IL Dr. Uott.n I always in attendance at th Stable. Club Stables Hack Stand Cnrr.rr Fnlon and Hotel S:recl. tOld Hell Touer.) CLDB STABLES HACK STAND AKKEX TELEPHONE 777. t(.rr.er Kins and IJothel Street.) CAUEFl'L AND WELL INFORMED imiVEKS. FIRST CLASS CARRIAGES. HACKS AT ALL HOURS. Order for Surrey.. Wagonette. Single or IVmhle Teams at a monacnl'a notice. HACKS No.-Z. CZ. 70. 77. 07. 123 and ISO. C. BELLINA, MRr. Tel. StaMes Tel. 477. IOS KING STREET. i. J. Waller : : Manager. W holt-rale and Retail AND NAVY CONTRACTORS Orpheum Cafe OPEN DAY AND NIGHT M'-al STe.I at All Hri-jr.. 25C It KG U LA 11 MXXKi:. 25 c From 12 Till 2 o'clock. FAMILY DINING ROOM IN CONNEC TION. TAIlLES RESERVED FOR LADIES, WHITE LA I tO R EXCLUSIVELY. C. T. COW. Managor. JUST ARRIVED Nw Importation of SILK GOODS. In th piece. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS. SILK SHAWLS. DECORATED FLOWER IfJTS. NEW PORCELAIN CUPS AND SAUCERS. TEA AND DINNER SETS. CARVED IVORY. RATTAN CHAIRS. CARVED SANDALWOOD P.OXES. THESE GOODS ARE THE HANDSOM EST IN ALL HONOLULU. WING WO CHAN & CO. 210-212 Nuuanu Street. Will 1 HIE BANK OF HAWAII -LtMITHU. I:. I t ! r !! Iimn of tL nrn.M fio.co3.oa rr:ii:!: and di hi: toils. :.,. M. . Pr-ldrct T. '. J ?.- Yi lrLVfit U r...-..- Cxb!er l t .t:.rt.-n 5.!act Culler I.r : : l-r.:y Va!n ho-4M. Too Max. 1. W. Mac r.i: II II. Traofj. J. A. Mtir..!U S.!:.:t Ar'jnt of llrm. Cor- - ' - " Tx.: v lr.!i i l ia!. aal will tru: I ! s-;i t;.I Pure hx IVrr- riizu Mm i..t Uttrrn f CmllL. savings ii:pautmi:nt. r.!::nry a:. ! T :m I. rrcrlvfvl ...j..., f miy v! claps spkeckei-s. vm. c. iiiwin. CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO., Bankers, HONOLULU - - - - - ii. i. san n:.visrci agi:nts-tiii: NEVADA NATIONAL HANK OP SAN rKANCISi'ci. DRAW EXCHANGE ON Sn franc: a-n sexdx n. vni .f sn ivanrico. " " vr,', ,0"a ,i,nK or lM' xi:v vmK-.ni-tiran i:trbacKe n- ". PAitis-crciu i.y,.nni. Ethane itoucht ani s-oj. OII.LEcTIONS PROMITLY AC- BISHOP & CO. SAVINGS BANK On OctoUr if,t. anl continuing until fiinhcr r.oilc. Savings Irro&!U will 10 rorricl and Inlcrrt alloved by t!iU Itank at fur anl ncr-bxlf per c-nt ir annum. T2i ir-mus, rolm and rrTjlaUon-t cif the Hawaiian PotUI Savlnc Hank uill c adMrx! aj far an It Is t1r.1rtlr.1M0 to apply Ibrta. and l. La llrjk-rrvc ff a required under ihs PoMal Act uill he niaJn talned. Prlnte.1 ct.;,:, .f Ujo Uv.Wn and Rr. ul.itionf may N- cd.tain on applica tion. BISHOP & CO. Honolulu. S pt njl. r T. EST.UILISHED IN BISHOP & CO TRANSACT A GENERAL IIANKINO AND EXCHANGE IIFSINESS. Comm-rclal and Traveler Inciters ot Crlit If1. avallaMc tn all tbo Principal CI tie of the World. INTEREST allowed after July 1st. I S3, on fixed f inH: z months 3 per rent; C months Z'2 per cent; 12 mining f per cenL THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BAIIK LIMITED. Paid Up Capital Yen 12.OW.O00 Reer? Fund Yea 7.200,003 HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA. It RANCHES AND AGENCIES: Kol-. Ind'n. Ln. Nw York. San Franri. Shinchal. I lorn l.iy. Hone K'or. Tokyo. INTEREST ALlAVED: On Fivd D i r IT uvtnlh p. C p. a. On Fi"! I" f--r C :.v:;:l 2V2 p. C p. a. On Fix ! I;i ir Z r:inti 2 p. c iNTi:i:iT ai.jowj:d iiy no: HEAD uFFIfi: AT YOKOHAMA, fl.i C:;rxnt I J-t.;' I ;-r c-nL p. i. O: F:x'-! thK. 0 p. C, .i. 11," It.tA ::- -r.d rrvixr for col s' ' .:i Ex!i.ir.c. Ucues D.-.:: .:! Im . .; fr-lit on Lh . l:x.in-h .it. l Ac-:jriit and tr.:" ift a Z1 Jut.J.rj? ljine&t. A;r.-y Y).oh.-m.i S:j lUnlcr N'tw Rp-M; l:M.. : Hotol-4pj. If. I. JUHE1 1SHIZUKA AGENCY OF ICEI HIN BANK, LTD. Vineyard Street. Tranfact Grral Itanklni: and Hx- 3BiD OFFICE TOETO, JlPifl. Draw eirhAr.r .n FIRST NATIONAL RANK. YOKOHAMA. M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS. Vt:!tsi!s Crxm tri Doltn la Letter ilS six ntiiziL Arcnt Honolulu Soap Worki Coa pany, Hoco'ulu. and Tannery.