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I THE. AtlIO'n TO iewlivci Tdt.iJa:s. THE PACIFIC? COMMEKCTAD ADVERTISER, HONPLUEU. JULY 31, 1 r 3 JKJ2SI G i 4 J V : . m i ! Sanadian-Australian Rova Mail Steamship Company Usaae? of the above line running In connection with the CANADIAN ZPACiriO RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver. B. C. and byanej. S?a. Y- and calling at Victoria. R. C. Honolulu, and Brisbane. Q-. are IDyie -cut .SSTcaa-clia-l-UL-' 'n or about the dates bolo.r stated. tIs.: - TOR "AUSTRALIA. J &toa??a a. j ""v:. .......... aug. 27 5S3::;:;:r:::: n . sgpj- it aS0.1..::::::::::.... ocr. u wiowera T:i29- SSS.::::;::::'v:;:::::. S tS!.:::::::: Bters now call at Suts, Fljl. on n2 dally yiar freight and passaee , U g neral Informati pry ?io. H. Davies & Company, Ltd, GENKRAL AGENTS. If?! teams lip C. Bteaxavrs ew Uaa rlH antr laava ttS wt Si TTfNTTJRA !!J ALAMEDA AW. t 6IBRRA ALAMEDA AUG, fiJ SONOMA 5E' ! ALAMEDA SEPT. 1 70S BAH ECLAKCXSC: .................. jO 2 SXKBRA ...... . ....... JTULT M AUaMEDA AU9" COWOMA .... Eg-l ALAZDA SEPT. I .T.iimA. SP?. M iJoe'fcoat.'-', uk ..nir r Hi m nbnve steamers, tbe asrents are pre- " "":"."' ; Pouon Through Tickets by any SSLftXw Tom 2Iw Yerx fc7 any steamship line to all European port. ............ ..............-...... THE PACIFIC rommcrcial Advertiser Entered at the PostofSce at Honolulu, H. T., Second-claaa Matter Iaaued Every Morning Except Sunday by tha ' HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANT. Von Hoit Block No. 66 South Klnr St. A W. PEARSON Business Mansjer. eUBSCRIPTION RATES: rcr the tJnlted States (Including HawaU TorrUcry): 5 ninths J2 w 6 montha T. 08 1 year 00 Advertising- rates on application. RAILWAY & LAND CO. TIME TABLE. From and after Jan. 1, 1901. Stations. Honolulu ...7:10 Pearl City. .1:68 Ewa Mill ..t:U Waianae Waiataa . Kahtnca . ...... OUTWARD. Dally Dally Daily ex. Sua. a.m. Am. a.m. 9:15 11:06 9:48 11:40 10: 12:90 . 1:S0 . 11;55 ..... . 12:X3 INWARD. Dally Dally gtatUna. as. Sua. TCaaalca . S3S WaUltj 6:1 Walaaaa . 7'M Ewa Mitt . ........ S:5 7:45 Peart City :1S S:M Haaalula : 35 Dally Dally p.ra. p.m. S:15 5:10 S:5 B:30 4:0 4:a .... ( mm C:1S Daily Dally a.ra. p.m. .... 24t .... 2S8 .... fl:G8 lJS 433 ia 4e IM f:E3 . r. DENISON. Buyerlntendent. JT. C. IUITH, O. P. T. A. TIDES. SUN AND MOON. W M n o i ........... :o:- yOK PURTTIER PAPvTICULARS. APPLY TO WM. G... IB WIN CO. . LIMITED. -. GexVicr l Agents Ooexnic S. S. Co. Paclfi g. Iiaji .bieamsmp vo. 7 Occidental & Oriental S. S. Go. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha. ttan-,Ai of tha above companies Tf . "ysrt m ar about the dates below men FROiX SAN FRANCISCO: dOXC 3STPPON MARTJ ...... 5PSRU cornc JlMXRICA maku ... TEJCINa CiAEUC gOSOgQNQ MARU . CHINA vTOJHC mPFON MARTJ SKmiLfc COPTIC ASTEItlCA 1IABTJ ... yjKKINO JULY 22 JULY 31 AUO. t AUO. 18 AUQ. 2I SHPT. 2 SHPT. 10 SHPT. 1ft SEPT. 2 OCT. 4 OCT. 14 OCT. 23 OCT. li NOT. 6 NOV. 14 HI call at .Honolulu and leave this tioned: ' FOR SAN TRANCI1CO: COPTIC JULY 85 AMERICA MARTJ AUG. 2 PEKINO AUG. 11 GAELIC AUO. 20 HONGKONG MARU AUG. 26 CHINA rEPT 5 DORIC SEPT. 12 NIPPON MARU gEPT. 20 KOREA SEPT. 30 COPTIC OCT. 7 AMHRICA MARU OCT. 14 PEKING OCT. 22 GAELIC JOV. 1 HONGKONG MARU NOV. S ... .................... ............i. 3ft tgtav.ti information apply t P. M. S. 9. Co. acMeStf M Co., U AGENTS. American-Hawaiian Steamship Company. IXrwri Monihly Service Between New York to Honolnln via .. Pacific I'oat . THE SPLENDID NEW STEEL STEAMERS 3. S. -ALASKAN." to aa.ll about AUGUST 20TH 3L SL "CALTFORNIAN," to sail about 7.... 5EPT. 15TH : SL S. -AMERICAN." to sail about r.TrOBER 13TH - Vflght received at Company's wharf. Forty-second street, South TJrook Jya. at all times. i --. . -r-v ' FROM SAN 'FRANCISCO. & "NEVADAN," to sail .. ... . AUGUST TH 3. 3. "NEVADAN" to sail about OCTOBER. 9TH O. S. -NKBRASKAN," to sail about OCTOBER 20TII Jreiht received at Company's wharf. Stewart street. Pier 20. v vf- FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO. e: ' ' ' BL, S.. NEVADAN," to sail .., AUGUST !TH . SL "NEVADAN." to sail SEPTEMBER 20TII a. S. 'jSBVADAN.M to salli .V.V.. . .. NOVEMBER 1ST FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA. . & -HAWAHAN.'o sail AUGUST 10TII yr further particulars apply ta H. Haokfbld Co., Ltd. ' ' 1 --: . - C. P. MORSE. General Ft Obt A-ent. GLOBE NAVIGATION COfilPAMY LTD. PTJGET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE Stjimmtt9 etrt. wtht taajaafar. with the O. N. Rok. K. E. R. E.. and S3. tL'iSL i-wt ratea C flralgfet fir am all Bastem 0t; aarUist possible O. L Tampieo, frooa SaaJtljeu a er a1nl cfly 1st. O. O. TAsapico. froaa tieoU er akaut August tth. 1X2 . , fiKlr tsformation ad'Creaa L. E. DEEDS, S Snw Xalldlnr. HonolaJa. AGENT HA WAV AN ISLANDS. Baae JfaTtsatlon Coar.paay. JjVL. Bestfle. Was.; P. Tf. RocbeMcr. 803 S2sst St Uaa Fracelaoo, aad gmtM above railFoae. win furnish Infor- Reduction Sale EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED Hne lot of Japanese Curios, also Japanese Roods just .received, Corner ot Nuunn and Hotel Streote. c lH 1 ., 5T Zl CD Oi 00 P 4 & 4 a e, a? sr is .ra Ft. o.m. a.ro D m.i Kise Tues 29 11 45 1 7 1. 23 4 18 6 64 S 32 S 10. 0 28 . . i .i p.m. i - i i.i Thur. Slj 1 85 2 0 0 35, b 15 8 40 S Hi 89 2.2J FridJ l' 2 21 ' 2.l! 1 it 7 10 9 22 5 8S 8 89 3 21 I I 'I ' 1 Bat... 2 a.C6 2 1 2 28 8 3 '0 015 ?4 6 S8 4 23 Sun.. S 43 2 1 S. 16 8 55 -0 32 i 34 tt 37 & 27 , , j Sot!.. Mon.J 4 4 26 2 0 4 04 9 44 11 C5 5 84 8 88 7 ?5 New Moon Aug-ust 3, 9:47 p. m. ' Times of the uae are taken from the United States Coast and Geodetic Sur vey tables. The tides at Kahulul and HIlo occur about one hour earlier than at Honolulu. Hawaiian standard time is 10 hours 30 minutes slower than Greenwich time, be- ine that of the meridian of 1E7 degrees SO minutes. The time whistle blows at 13 p. m., which Is the same as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun and moon are for local time for the whole group. WHAHF AMD WAVE. WEATHER BUREAU. Honolulu, Alexander St., July 30. Mean temperature 76.7. Minimum temperature 71. Maximum temperature S4. Barometer at 9 p, m. 29.99, steady. Rainfall, 24 hours up to 9 a. m. .07. Mean dew pbint for the day 6S. Mean relative humidity 76. Winds northeast, force. 3 to 1. Weather Clear to rainy. Forecast for today Light winds, un settled weather,, and motfe or less rain. CURTIS J. LYONS, Territorial Meteorologist. ARRIVED. Wednesday. July 30. . O. S. S. Ventura, Hayward, from San Francisco, at 1. p. m. Stmr. Lehua, from Molokai ports, at 12:05 a. m. Stmr. Kauai, from Waimea, at 4:45 a. in. Stmr. Noeau, Mosher, from Kallua. Kukuihaele, Honokaa and Hana, at 6:30 a. m. . Stmr. Mikahala, Gregory, from Nii hau and Kauai ports, at 7:10 a. m. Jap. steamship Nippon Maru, Greene, from San Francisco, at 8 p. m. DEPARTED. Stmr. Lehua, for Molokai, Maul and Lanai ports, at 5 p. m. Stmr. Maui, for Maul ports, at 5 p. m. Scar. Lady, for Koolau ports, at 3:30 p. m. . U. S. F. C. S. S. Albatross, Thomas, for cruise to Bird Island, at 7 p. m. PASSENGERS. Departed. Per stmr. Maui, for Kahului, July 30 J. W. Searle, A. Jackson, Miss H. Ke kolohe. L. R. Crook, O. M. Atwood, M. G. Anjo, Airs. E. M. Johnson, R. F. En gle, H. Gorman. For Hana Miss Hardwick, Miss Humburg, Mr6. Hum burg. For Huelo Mr. and Mrs. Cham berlain. Per stmr. Lehua, for Pukoo Fred Beckley, Mrs. Nakuina, Mrs. H. Foun tain. F. N. Foster. For Kaunakakai Mrs. Wm. Auid. Henry Meyer. E. R. Folscm and wife. . . ' - ' Arrived. Per stmr. Mikahala. July 30, from NH hau and Kauai ports G. F. Britain, G. W. Carr, R. W. Wilcox. D. Kalauoka lani Jr., J. A. Aklna, Mrs. James Wil kirsou and 2 children, Chen Tuen. Mrs. McLean, Mrs. G. F. Brittain. Miss M. Kekoa. A. L. C. Atkinson, E. Flohr, J. Jorgenson, Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. C. E. Chapin, Ah Mau. -Sue Pa. Miss Croge, Mis Spieker. Miss E. Philps, D. Ka lauokalani.and 58 deck. Per S. S. Ventura, July 30, from San Fro.no isco For Honolulu Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Anderson, E. Bishop. A. A. Brown. T.T. Chamberlain, S. M. Da mon, Mrs M. F. Colburn, Miss E. H. Colburn, Mrs. L. A. Dunn, Master Har ry Dunn. Mrs. John Bna, Mise Aide Handy, Mips N. F. Harley, Miss M. A. Lamy. E. A. C. Lon?;, Col. George Mae farlane. VI r. and Un. P3. C. Perkinw. J. G Pratt. Mis R. J. Rarnage. Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Sacha. W. M. Sexton, Miss E. C. Warren. Capt. W. H. Whit ing. William Peterson. H. C. Sparmas sen. J. M. Whitney, Mrs. A. Willard. C. Wolters, Dr. C. B. Wood. Miss L. H. Means. A. K. Vierira, Mrs. Charles Winter, J. A. Yung. A. Capilos. T. W. Keeton. In transit for Pago Pago. Auckland and Sydney William Black lock. Mr. and Mrs. T. De Schryrer. T. E. Acutt. Rev. H. Auson. Mrs. II. Au srn and 2 children. Miss Mabel C. Bar ton. J. H. Well. H. Bickford. F. Dilling ham. Mrs. F. Dillinerham. F. A. Blakes loe, W. E. Fisher. Miss Vida Goldstein F. C. Gratnick. Mr. and Mrs. A R Johnson. Miss M. W. Langridge. C Dil lingham, Miss J. L. Dil'ingham, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Munro. Mr. and Mrs. R. Nichols. W. Peacock. Mrs. S. Pecker man. H. K. Ricard. E.--A. C. Smith, c. H. Holland. Mr. and Mrs. E. Whitv, J. ! C. Kmithsn. J. T. Walker. Mrs. j. T. ! talker. Egrnont P. Walker, G. W, Walker, Miss P. Walker, ftCaAJico Witiy. Miss F. Witky. Mi3 J J C. H. Walker, Dr. Cleaver Wooda. 4tlsi U. Woods, J. Brock. B. B. McDoa(jH. W. Stone, Mrs. H. A- Button and X chil dren, Mr. and Ura. J. W. Carr. Mi&i May Edwards, M. Bmraett, Mr. I'Lao. F. Gilchrist, P. M. Hanaoa. L. Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. C. Merel. A. Oneu. G. XV. Plimmer. S. B. Brani.ipky, Mr. Benjamin, BL Finn, T. W. McCar thy, Tom Rennie. John ReyneJI. D. E. Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wela, A. C. Barmore, A- D. Bud, W. J. Doherty. W. Jackson, J. Refimend, P. Kilkenny. P. Hansen, Mrs. P. Hinsen and 4 ciiil dren, J. P. Megan. H. H, Meyr. Mrs. L. Miller, W. Sienon, C. L. Susman, A. Seccombe. J. H. Snindell. H. Tibb. Mrs. W. H. Tubb ajid 2 children. J. W. Wight. Mrs. H. Wild. Mrs. Stockton and 2 children, C. H. Zimmer. Snipping: Notes. The steamer Feru reached the coast on July 22. The ship Emily Reed, from Kahului, arrived at Victoria oa July 22. The barkentlne George C. Perkins, from Honolulu, arrived at Eureka, on July 20. The steamer Alaskan, from Honolulu for New York, passed Cape Pillar on June 23. The Bchooner . Kbna and the bark Prussia arrived at Port Townsend from Honolulu on July 23. It Is rumored on the coast that Cap tain Inm&n Sealby fa to again take command of the Coptic. The Jap Bteamer Nippon Maru leaves for Yokohama at noon. today from the Pacific Mail steamers' wharf. The Nippon Maru has 3750 tona ot freight and silver bullion valued at I300.0W as cargov Captain Peter Johnson oC the bark Roderick Dhu is to command the steamer Rosecrana, recently bought for service on the Hilo route. The ship Fort George failed to get away for San Francisco yesterday and remained last night at the anchorage outside. She will probably sail today. The bark Roderick Dhu sailed from San Francisco, on July 23, with a gen eral cargo and the following passengers for Hilo: Mrs. Thomas H. Whitney, sister of W. Zoller of the Pacific Steam Navigation Company, sailed for the round trip to Hilo, and is accompanied by Mrs. Peter Johnson, wife of the Roderick Dhu's master, and her chil dren. The other paawengera are Mrs. A. Napthaly, A. L. Mann, Mr. Dacu melster, Mrs. L. L. Cameron and two chil iren, Dr. Thompson, Dr. Maynard. Mr. Ross and two children of George McKenzie. Fast Passage of the S. S. Uaw<an. SAN FRANCISCO". July 21: The steamship Hawaiian, Captain Nichols of the American-Hawaiian Steamship Company," has aaln broken the record for fast passages of the big freighters of that line from New York to this port, coming in yesterday, after a run of 57 days, from the Atlantic metropo lis. - On her last previous trip from New York the Hawaiian made the trfp In SI days, but -this was beaten by the steaat ship American, which made the ran in o? days and 23 hours. Now the Hawaii an, with' Chief" liJngineer Perkins in charge of the englinesi, has come around from New York in 57 days, bringing a cargo of S000 tn cf general freight. By her magnificent performance the Hawaiian has proved herself the beat of the aiKcr scame:rs of the line. -v Dysentery causes the death of more people thaa smallpoi: and yellow fever combined. In &n army it Is dreaded more than a battle. It requires prompt a ad effective treatment. Chamberlain's Oolic, Cholera and. Diarrhoea Remedy has been used in. nine epidemics of dys entery in the United States witll per fect success, and, has cured the most malignant casetf both of children and adolts, and under the most trying con ditions. Every ''household 'should Tiave a bottle at hand.- Get tt today. It may save a life. Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., wholesale agents, sell it. Telephone Main 396.- P. O. Box 82e Hawaiian Japanese. Ballasting Co. ' Office: -" 1018 Smith St., near King. Filling In material either earth oi coral, furnished at a very low prlc as we have a large stock oa band. HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE Honolulu. July SO, 3?3. NAME OF STOCK IltRCASTILI C. Brewer A Co ii. 8. saciis' Pry Goour Co., Ltu. .,. L.B. Kerr Co., Ltd... Ew Haw. AgriculturaK'o. Hsw. Com. A Bug. Co. MigartJO , Hdnomu Honokaa Haiku Kahuku Kihei PUu Co., L'd.. Kipabalu Kolot McBryde Sug. Co. L'd Oniiu Sugar Co. Oiiomei OokaJa Olaa Sugar Co. As.. Olaa Paid Op. Oiowalu . . Faautaau Sugar Plan- lALlUil .......... Pacific eaia Pepeekeo Pioneer .... . Waialua Agr. Co Wailuku WaJmanalo Waimea 8TXAKsan Co'i . Wilder 8. 8. Co.. Inter-Ialand 8. 8. Co.. HiBCXLLursoc. Haw'n Electric Co.... Hon. R. T. 4 L. Co... Mutual Tel. Co O.K. Co... BOMM CO. Haw. Govt. 8 p. e. .. Hilo B. &. Co. 6 p. c. Hon. K. T. 4 L. 6 p. c. Ewa Pl'n 6 p. c O. K. A U Co . Oahu Pl'n C p. c . . Olaa Pl'n 8. p. c waialua Air. Co. 6 p. c. Kahuka 8 p. c .. Capital Tal. Bid Ask 1,000,000 100 400 60.000 100 .... W 200,l)0 W .i.OiV,0" 20 ... 24 l 1,000.000 l'-O -00 2.3i2,";l .... Ho 2,0U0. "00 V!0 . ... 'trl 7',(iOD 1W . . 10 2,00",(K 20 10 ... .StiOOO' l'' 120 sto.ai) ? i -a 2.500.0HO SO )i ivo,ooo ioo m; X.(X0 100 .... 14U l.VHJ.Ot-O W .... 5 8,600.. 00 HO "5 65ii 1,000.4100 'JO 'CI 500.000 80 ... 8 812.0001 20 2 8V4 2,50" (,000 20 S.l M 150.000 100 1H) 6,000,000 50 600.000 100 750 000 100 . 750.000 100 155 2.7&0.0U0 100 . .. 455 4,500.000 mo HV, 700,000 100 20 252,00i 100 157K .... 1254)00 100 .... 7Q 600,000 100 100 800,000 100 V0 2S0.0OO 100 VIM 250.000 100 .... ta 89,000 10 2.000,000 100 M "ioo 100 .... 100 U4 SALES. Between Boards One $24.50; 5 Kahuku, $22. hundred Ewa, Classified Advertscfic. WANTED. A SMALL cottage or suite of rooms, close in, with r without board. Ad ffress Room, this ffice. 6234 P0SITI0rS WANTE0. A YOTINfl LADT ilesiros a nnsition as ! Tint- rr hniifiVpnr A,-flrtfQ A . this office. 623S i YOUNG LADY NURSE. Open to en gagements. Address Nurse, this of fice. 6223 CONCRETE WORK guaranteed, and done at a very low price. BLACK AND WHITE. SAND sold from $1.50 to 51.75 per cubic yard, de livered. ... Special low price ., in CRUSHED ROCK of all grades from No. 1 to No 5, or rock sand. ' . r COMMON DRAY. ?5 .00 per day. LARGE DRAY, J6.C0 per day. Thcosophfcal Society m r. th 6 m AS PRIME ' "Vf ill' Lecture en EVOLUTION Thursday. July 31, 1902, 8 P. M- At ARION HALL (Back of Opera House.) , Regular Members' Meeting Tuesdays at 7-43 P- m. A cordial welcome extended to all. Literary epen Fridays at 2:30 p, m. MARY ,D. HIINDRICKa President, Aloha lirar.4. T. S. ALL KIKDo.OI doodyear Rubber Co. X. XL PTABZ, FnrdlcHt The Silent Barbershop OUR RAZORS are thoroughly dials fected before using. JOSEPH FERNANDEZ; Prop., irlincton Hotel Hotel Brrv FINE PASTURAGE. Hrse av cattle pastured close to Ualulu. 3ot acre ran: for terms. fi MpV t rtMii 60S Stagenwald bad- FOR RENT. y.-T r -4 . A 7-ROOM COTTAGE. Fort street. Apply 1541 6235 FURNISHED house during August and September, corner Nuuanu street and School street, with horse and car riage if desird. Three bedrooms, lanai, parlors, sitting room, dining room,, baths, etc. Apply to Lyle A. Dickey, 33 King St., cor. Bethel St. A CHOICE nearly new 6 large room modern cottage on Rapid transit line. Electric light, etc., etc. Call at 1015 ArteUan St. 6231 FIVE-ROOM cottage with bath room and small kitchen. Modern plumb ing. At "Little Village," Beretania street. Inquire at "Genesee," Bere tania street, near German Lutheran Church. 6223 TWO large mosquito-proof rooms, suit able if or two persons, with or without board. Apply at 1641 Anapuni street, fifth huje from Wilder. C221 NICE cottage and grounds; 6 rooms and servants quarters; $35.00. Luaa Iilo, near Ftmfcncnla street. Honolulu Investment o.. Judd building. 6215 COTTAGE in. Paiama, near Rapid Transit Line. Apply to C. F. Peter ' son, 15 Kaahumanu street. 155 OFFICES FOR RENT. A FEW choice offices In the Boston building. Fort street, with electric lights, elevator and Janitor service. Apply to Hawaiian Trust Company, Ltd.. agents, 923 Fort street 158 IN BREWER building. Queen street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. FOR. SALE J300 rtUYS the Honolulu Oyster and Chop House. Hotel St., near Nuuanu. Good equipment and gooJ establish ed paying business. Apply Room 1, Brewer's Bldg. 6232 SPECIAL NOTICES. Home for orphan (teay or girl) can be found at 1330 Beretania. 6215 HalstBad&Go.,Ltd. STOCK AND BOND BROKERS Mouey Advanced od Suar Securities. 921 Fort Street- Tel. Main 183. THE OfiLY DIRECT LIFIE w r 1 LOST. FOX terrier puppy, three months old. Has black spots over eyes and at ae tail. Small patch of black on eae ear. Reward if returned to E. 1. IiH'd, Nuuanu and Kuakirii streets. A DIAMOND stick pin. turned to this office. Reward it re-6233 F0UND- A WATCH-CHARM in Manna valley. Owner can have are by calling at this 4n?ce, proving property and pay ing aH evepeases. G227 C5 V) -TO DENVER, KANSAS CITY, ST. LOUIS, OMAHA, ' ST. PAUL, CHICAGO, AND AXS2 Principal Eastern Points r Three Trains Daily from BAN FRANCISCO. Tiro Trains Daily from PORTLAND. THB QUICKEST TIITB BT SSSV HOU1UL UNION PACIFIC TRAINS ARB PALACES Olf tTSZXSTA New and Modern Eqelpnen'tL Double Drawing Room PLm BH erm. buffet Smoking and Library Cart Free Recllnicg Chair Cat. Ordinary Sleeping Cars. Dining Cars, Meals a Ilk art. D. W. HITCHCOCK. O. 3L, 1 Montrornary Kan Franc CMu A. L. CRAIG, G. P. A T. A-. O. R. c N. Co., PortUaC Ortg. For Sale or For Rent Upper Manoa road, well built f - - - mopauito-proof two etcrv house. 3 bed rooms, excellerjt tilumbincr. stable and servant b' quarters. Lot 100x200, commanding magnificent view. Rent $25 per month. Purchase Price $5000. Waikiki Road, attractive, roomy house near Kalia road, 200 feet from proposed line of the Rapid Trant-it. Lot 100x100. Rent $30 per month. Purchase Price $4000 Easy Terras CASTLE lUSSm Real Esta'te, Insurance, Investments. Telephone 70 Main. 506 and 6C7 Stangenwald Bldg. EnriVROYAL PILL 'A ClIICHKSTEH'S hNOLISII v ?4 rith r,bi Take mtkrr. BrftiM l.c(r.t HaWatitvUva. aa4 lath. yi .mp t Hartlratarm, TeatlmanlaU I t and "Kcllvr f .r l..llc." irttmr. bj rt I if tara Mail. Tiimo,iili. fUM bw I alt rrui,'. I tik..,..ri.. , tburatMr. UwIImi uara, FUlJuA y , CIIA8. BKKWKIt & COa NE W YORK LUTE liark Foohng Suey Sailing from NEW YORK to HONOLULU About July 1st. For freight rates apply to CIIA8. BREWER & CO. 27 Kilby St, Boston. ob C. BREWEH & CO., LIMIT2CD, HONOLULU. 4M W,ST,JPaty Contractor and Builder Does any and all kindB of work well, promptly and at reason able prices. Office 104$ Al&kea Etreet. between King and Hotel. Phone Blue 1801. EXCLUSVE MILLINERY Kvery it f -work: one accord ing' to the dictates of skill and style. Miss N. F. Hawloy. BOSTON BLOCK. Hono!n!n French Lanndry WILL OPEN AUGUST 2ND, at 1104 N. King etreet. All work turn ed out will be first-class and at reason able price. Also DYEING AND CLEANING. Waver ley gating Parlors Comer Bethel and Hotel Streets. MRS. D. TV. ROACH. CIIAS. A. BIDINGER. Proprietors. COTTON BROS. & CO. ENGINEERS AND GENERAL CONTRACTORS. PLmi and Estimate furnlbel for tvli eUsse of Contracting "Work. Boston BlocX X?li. 1 I. j. i .. .