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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIALS ADVERTISER. HONOLULU: AUGUST 11,
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Company Ur of the above line running: in connection with the cV TTiKlTlC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver. B. C ana fc-yaney. W W. and calling at Victoria, B. C. Honolulu, and Brisbane, Q- are On or about the dates below stated, vix.: FOR VANCOUVER. AUG. 27 MOANA SE? MIOWERA AO RANG I MOANA FOR tTXWk-RA ... JkOJLANGI ... BSOJLMA ...... aarowKRA .. AUSTRALIA. 1 AUG. 2 SEPT. 7 OCT. 25 ... NOV. 22 .... DEC. 20 24 OCT. 22 NOV. 13 DEC 17 Sbieun now call at Suva. FIJI, on both up anu down voyages. . SSTSSSUSteSnf i n" w service, the "I mperial LimiUd." Is now running- dally rXWANCOUVE'ANb MON TREAU making the run In 100 hours. Y&lMrot hnr- The finest railway se rvice tw world. ntmt. -nA Eu. TTSwiiS ticket Issued, from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Eu- Tor freight and passage and aU general Information apply to Theo. H. Davies & Company, Ltd. BESERAL AGENTS. : Tfce fme passenger steamers of thf as Wrtaader: ' FOR SAN. FRANCISCO: T.iVgDl AUG. 13 KSOUA AUG. 19 iiT AVEnA SEPT. 3 .JtfrTXTRA ALAMEDA SEPT. SEPT. 24 s line will arrive and leave this port FROir SAN FRANCISCO: ALAMEDA....: AUG. 8 SIERRA AUG. 20 ALAMEDA AUG. 29 SONOMA SEPT. 10 ALAMEDA SEPT. 19 ...... ........ r ' Local boat. .- la connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the agents are' pre ijuiur. to Intending passengers. Coupon Through Tickets by any Mhui from San Francisco to all points in the United States, and from 2fvw Trk by any steamship line to all European ports, THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser Entered at the Postofflce at Honolulu, H. T., Becond-chus Matter. Issued Every Morning Except . Sunday by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANT, Von Holt Block No. 5 Booth King St. A. W. PEARSON. .....Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: for the United States (including Hawaii Territory): I mouths .............f2 0 months 4 00 I year Advertising rates on application. RAlLWAYiTuND CO. TiMEJT&OLE. From and afrer Jan. 1, 1901. OUTWARD. Daily Dally Dally Dally Dally Stations. ft Sun. a.m. ara. am. p.m. p.m. Honolulu ...7:10 8:15 11:05 8:15 6:10 Pearl CIty..8:03 8:48 11:40 S:45 5:30 Ewa Mill ..8:32 10:08 12:00 4:05 6:10 Walanae . ...... 10:50 4:45 .... Waialua . ...... 11:55 ..... 5:40 .... Kahuku . 12:32 6:15 .... INWARD. Daily Daily Daily Dally Stations. ex. -' Sun. p.m. p.m. Kahuku 5:35 .... 2.-08 Waialaa . .... 6:10 .... : 2:50 Walanae . 7:10 .... ISS Ewa Mill 5:50 7:45 1:05 432 Pearl City ........ 6:15 83 1 1:30 4:52 Honolulu 6:50 8:35 2.-05 8:2 G. P. DENISON. ' . Superintendent. F. C. SMITH. G-. P. & T. A. METEOROLOGICAL F.ECORP. By the Government ' Survey. Published Every Monday. TOR FURTHER PARTICULARS. APPLY TO WM; ; G. IRWIN & 0. .LIMITED. GeNKP.L A.GENTS CI3ANIO S. S. (J r af nrs m 1 i i b .r amshio Co. G and attamcrs of the. -above companies will call rt an or about the dateB below men Honed TROM SAN, FRANCISCO: PERU AUG. 8 & Oriental S S. Go, royo Kisen Kaisha. at Honolulu and leave this AUG. 16 AUO. 23 SEPT. 2 SEPT. 10 SEPT. 18 SEPT. 26 COPTIC 'AM SHIGA MARU SPXXXNG GAJtLIC HONGKONG MARU cnaiNA IXJXIC OCT. 4 1JZFFON MARU OCT. 1 KOREA OCT. 22 COPTIC OCT. 23 AanCRICA MARU NOV. 6 FX23NQ NOV. 14 FOR SAN FRANCISCO: PEKING AUG. 11 GAELIC AUG. 20 IIONC1IONG MARU AUG. 26 CHINA SEPT 5 DORIC SEPT. 12 NIPPON MARU SEPT. 20 KOREA i. SEPT. 30 COPTIC OCT. 7 AMERICA MARU OCT. 14 PEKING OCT. 22 GAELIC NOV. 1 HONGKONG MARU NOV. 8 . .... . . qec&erftl Information apply to P. M. S. S. Co. rllacMeM Co- Mi. 8 S M T W r F BAOM. B 2 30 P2 29 8 3 80 01 i9 Vi 4 ii v 8i 5 29 1 2 91 6 8U.02 19 7 81) i 9S 7 8 2a.9- 2y .91 74 I I t 7 75 l 74 5 : 55 c ' 82 01,7S 4 JfV iT 02 77 5-2 iJS 4 3 O5;78io 8 a t 84 S7tttl0 4 KK I fc fcS90 4 NR 3 8- 0U7i 3 KK i 84 0174 1 NB 3 , tsaromeier correcteo to sz f. ana saa Level, and for standard gravity of 'LaL 46. Thi correction Is .06 for Honolulu. Miss Bemice Kopka, Arthur Kice, O. W. Connon, A. Fernand.es. F. O. Brant, Miss A. Hewett. Mr. Dwyer, Mrs. B. G. Scott, A. R. Scott, a L. Cutting MisS E. Kopanu, Mrs. II. Vielra. Mrs. S. Shlba, Mrs. C. Yalumam and child, Leong Chong. K. Kawamoto. Wong Kwal. Lunl Yee. Ng Che, Ckeag Tai, Ng Mouwar and 84 dsok. Per stmr. Maul; : from Maul ports, August: 10 Mrs. JV Whitford ad two 'children, Mrs.' H.' M. Johnson, Miss I. M. Pope. Miss AholA, Mlaa Violet Lima. Wong Chan. T." Vamas-hita, A. G. Sear rao. MIs3 H. .McCracken. Miss F. Lcmmon, Miss'Akuna, Mis3 Plhe, Capt. G. iV. Murray" and wife. Capt. Q. K. Murray, Miss C.- V. Culvert., Usa C. 2i. CulVert, Jas. Cbwan, G. :. p,. ',Tbielen Robt. Hair. H. L. Castle. M. V;" SHva. Leslie Scott, T..H. Hay&elden and, wife,- H. Gorman, P. ltoffnMin. L. ..Barkhau sen, F..KIamp,C. g. Weight. lA Knisu, M. Lorenz, and- C3 deck- . ' , DEPARTURES FROM HILO.. - , The following passengers left HIIo for ; the cast per Si. Enterprise, August 7j Miss M, E. Le Van. Miaa A. R. Han- j Ion, Miss Jessie Lv. Guard. Mrs. M. A. Lange, Miss Pearce, Miss Maby, Mis. Wills, Miss Parts. Mrs. . Loebens tein. j Miss Etta Loebenstein, Aliss Bertha.! Loebenstein. the Misses Saipman (3), ! Miss Senneli,1 Miss Bripaux, Mr. Pome-j roy, captain reison. Mr. Samuels ana Mr. Brewer. . VESStLS 'IN PORT. MERCHANTMEN." V" V , (This list does not Include coasters.) Am. bktn. - Kaiulani, Griffiths, - San Francisco, July 11. - - Am. bk. General Falrchlld, . McCarron, Newcastle. .Aug. 3. .. '.- - Andrew Welch, : Amj bk;,- Drew, San Francisco, July 28. : .' Bangalore, Ani. sp., Blanchard, Toco pilla. Chill. July 23. - ' '. Coronado. Am. bktn.. Potter, San Fran cisco. June 29. - . C. D. Bryant, Am. bk.. Colly, San Fran cisco, July 26. French bk. Montebello, . Marchaudau, Cai-dinT, via Sydney, Aug. 3. Joseph B. Thomas, , Am, sp., Soule, Newcastle. July 29. Nor. bk. City of Agra, Coudrup, New castle, Aug. 3. - Okanagon, Am. scar., ReuHch. Port Ludlow, Aug. -t. - Ottillie Fjord, Am. schr., Bosclv Eure ka, July 31. ' " Robert Lewers, Am. schr.. Underwood, Port Ludlow, Aug. 4. Gerda, Ger. bk.. Stcg,1 Bremcrhaven, August 10. . . - r . . Gertrud. Ger. sp. : Hemke, Iamburg, August 9. S. G. Wilder, Am. bjctn., Jackaon, Sn Francisco. August.?... f I. F " Chapman," Am. . s p.,' Kendall, New! York, August 9 HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Honolulu. August 9. 1902. TIDES. . SUN AND MOON. i ! C a a , Mon.. Tuea a.m n m b 12 il 33 m. Wed.. 13 12 2 1 Ft. p m. a.m n m. 15 9.f.0 a 2 1 6 1 t7 3 Sti ; Rise 5 i 3.37 '.S3 a m. 6.4j 5 HI 0 32 0 : 1 7 a.jn. 4 53 Thur. 1J 1 C6 1 8 0 15 5 43 7 40 5 3S 6 31 1X3 I 8 IS 5 38 8 Si! 1 51 I 2 an s so 4 -li rrid. li I 4 1.9 1 1(1 B 40 8 5 SH rt Sal... 16 2 21 18 1 .MJ ? 2d 4 5 : v tt 2'i! Sun.. 17 2 &5 1 8 2 3- 8 is 9 33 5 ;:&. i8 Mon.. 18 3.2it 1 8 3.15 10 15 b -i8 5 SUA 2a- 5.U Full Moon on the ISth, 7:23 p. ''in! Times of the title are lakeu from , the United Statf s Coast and Gsodetlu Sur vey tables. Tbo tides at Kahulul and Hilo occur about ontJ bour earlier than at Honolulu. Hawaiian standard time is 10 hours 80 minutes slower than Greenwich time, be ing that of the meridian of 157 degrees ) minutes. The time whistle blows at l;3f p. m., which is the' same as Greenwich. 0 hourB'O minutes. Sun and moon are for local time for the whole group. a'HAHF AND WAVE; .NAMJS OF 8TOCS Capital Val. Bid Ak MxacAKTiu C. Brewer A Co. . 1,000,000 100 400 V. 8. Bacha Dry Good Co., Ltd 60.000 100 77 M L. B. Kerr Co.. Ltd.... -200,000 50 Ewa........ 5.000.000 20 .... Haw. Agricultural Co. i.ooo.OOO 100 ...'. Haw. Com. A 8ug. Co 2,32,hQ 10" S Haw. sugar Co 2,0i0,Ki) 20 . . 21 Ho&omn 7i0.000 1U0 ISU Honokaa 2,000.000 20 Haiku.. 500 00" 100 1& Kahuku &,O0 'A) . 22 Kinei Haa.Co L'd.. 2,500.0n0 SO 10 Kipahulu .... IAO.000 100 h) Koloa . 300.000 100 .... 140 McBryde 8ug. Co. L'd. j aoo.OOO VfO .... ft Onbu Pugar Co. ,HMV 00 100 ti i Ouomea l.OuO.OOO 20 . Ookula 500.000 So .. 8 Olaa Sugar Co. Al.. 812,000 20 Z 3 Ola Paid Cp 2,50m,0ui 2 9 Olowalu 150.OW 100 130 Faaubau Sugar Plan- tation Co 5,000,000 50 Pacific 60".0o0 100 210 Paia 7t0 0o0 100 . Fepeokeo 7U0 100 155 Pioneer 2,7i0,000 100 70 Waialua Agr. Co 4,SO0.00 1"0 r.3 Wailuku 700,000 100 - 2b0 Waimanalo 2-'2.00i' 100 157J .... Walmea 125.000 100 50 STKAKsarr Co'a Wilder 8. 8. Co.." 500,00 100 100 Inter-Island 8. S. Co.. 600,000 JOO 100 UlSCEUAJTZOCH Hawn Electric Co.... 250,000 100 Hon. R. T. 4 L Od... 250,000 100 .... 2'-i Mutual Tel. Co 19,000 10 . 10 O. K.4LCO 2,000,000 100 VD Bonds Haw. Govt. 5 p. c. .... . .......V Hilo E. R. Co. 6 p. c. 100 Hou. R. T. A L. Co. 6 p. C ..... .... ICO .... Ewa Pl'n 6 p. C 1U) O. R. A I. Co... . 1 0"! - - - Oahu H'np. c. Olaa Pl'n S. p. c. ..- waialna Ar. Co. 6 r. c 99 101 Kahuku 6 . c . . j SALES. Between Boards Seven Waialua Agr, Co. $1000 bonds, ?100. Classified "Aaverilscmcnts. WANTED. ENERGETIC young man, bookkeeping ability. . Must write good and rapid . b'j-nd. Referjnoes and bond- required. - Salary $100 a month. Address A., this ,oiTice. .6214 STENOGRAPHER. State had and salary wanted. O. Box 276, ililo, T. experience Address I 6244 vertiaer office. 6243 .... Nevadah Bailt-d for Coast. ' . : - v :.t .' The oil-burner Nevxuian sailed for the' coast at 6:30 pi n. Saturday. She car-1 ried a big cargi from ICahulai and Ho-J A FLAT-TOP desk. Must be cheap. nolulu. Shfl tank a'larea amownt of State price and address "Desk." Ad- rnail from Hoaolulu although, ;.. many) poople believe Uiat , she , wW not .ar rive at the Coast before, the (A4anTea wnlch sails at noon, oa .. vvednosday. While loading. snjgar on , Saturday a sling broke and bags of sugar fell oa two. men who .. were. .so severely injured that they had Co be sent to the Hos pital. ;, . . -.. Solace May Oll H re. The IT. S. S. Solace, the naval trans port, has left Cavtia en route for Yoko hama and the ynijted,State3. The. So lace has quite a number of officers and men whose cruises.-have expired, .ana some whose ships, have been, put out of commission. At the. Solace has always stopped at Honolulu, .on, previous trips from the Philippines it is expected that she will call here on thl3 voyage. A. YQUNG MAN as stockkeeper. in a wholesale house. Permanent position. v Address X., this office, enclosing ref ' erences. 6241 TO BUT a gasoline engine. For partic ulars, address J., Advertiser office. 6241 POSITIONS WANTED. EXPERIENCED Infants' nurse, nurs ery, g.vernees, housekeeper. Address .S. S.. this office. 6237 FOR RENT, Amencan-Hawaiian Steamship Company. Dirtct Monthly Service Het ween New York to Honolulu via ' '" v Pacific Coat THE SPLENDID NEW STEEL STEAMERS . 8. "ALASKAN," to sail about AUGUST 20TH 8. 8- -CALIFORNIAN." to sail about SEPT. 15TH S. 8. -AMERICAN." to sail about OCTOBER 15TH , Trtlgnt .received at Company's wharf. Forty-second street, Foulh Brook Sya. t all times. - .... FROM SAN FRANCISCO. a. 8, "NEVADAN: to sail AT7GITST 2STH m. a -NEVADAN." to sail about OCTOBER PTH S. a "NEBRASKAN." to sail about OCTOBER 30TH 'Freight received at Company's wharf, Stewart street. Pier 20. .' FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO. S. "NEVADAN," to sail AUGUST STH B. "NEVADAN," to sail SEPTEMBER 20TH a "NEVADAN." to sail NOVEMBER 1ST . FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA. I. a "HAWAIIAN," to sail ; AUGUST 10TH . For further particulars apply to W Hackfold Co., Ltd. . C.P. MORSE. Gecaral Fi tight Agent. a a a 8L0BE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD. PTJGET SOUND-HONOIiTJIiTJ ROUTE Connecting direct, without transfer, with the G. N. Ry., 7. P. R. R. and C F. R. Lowest rates of freight from ail Eastern points; shortest possible time. a a TAMPICO, from Seattle onti or about a a METEOR, from Seattle, on or about Tor further information address i wf; MUI,3lnf. Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Glebe Navigation Company. Ltd.. Seattle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester. 308 Market St.. San Francisco, and agent of above railroad., will furnish infor-aaatiaa. . SEPT. 10 . . . DEC. WEATHER BUREAU. Honolulu, Alexander St., August 10. Mean temperature 75.7. Minimum temperature 72. Maximum temperature 83. ' Barometer at 9 p. m. 29.98, steady. Rainfall, 24 hours up to 9 a. m. .01. Mean dew point for the day 66.7. Mean relative humidity 74. Winds Northeast to north-northeast, force 3 to 4. Weather Showers to fair. Forecast for today Freeh trades, some valley showers, mostly fair. CURTIS J. LYONS. Territorial Meteorologist. t ARRIVED. Saturday, August 9. German ship Gertrud. Ilenke. 119 days from Hamburg, at 11 a. m. Gas. schr. Eclipse. . Am. bktn. S. G. 'Wilder, Jackson, 21 days from San Francisco. Am. sp. I. F. Chapman, Kendall, 110 days from New York. Stmr. Claudine. Parker, from Ililo ant way ports, at noon. Stmr. Lehua, from Molokal ports, at 1:30 p. m. Sunday, August 10. Stmr. W. G. Hall, from Kauai norts. at J.bu a. m. - J Stmr. Waialeale, from Ahukinl, 8:43 a. m. Stmr. Niihau, from Kauai Dorte. S:30 a. m. Stmr. Maui, from Maui ports. . , Or. bk. Gerda. Stege. at 10 a. nr., from brenierhaven, Germanv. . -t : SAILING TODAY.' v August 9 S. S. Nevadan, sailing to day for San Francisco. ' -V NEXT MAIL TO THE COAST. August 13 S. S. Alameda, for San. Francisco. NEXT MAIL TO VICTORIA. August 27 S. S. Aorajigi,. from colonies. the NEXT MAIL FROM THE COAST. August 16 S. S. Coptic, from San Francisco. NEXT MAIL TO THE COLONIES. August 20 S. B. Sierra, from San Francisco, for Sydney. Queer Cruise of the Herman. (Continued from Page L) . "I tell you, he's gone an' fooled the DEPARTED. L. E. BEE BE, Reduction Sale EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED Fino lot of 7T Japanese Curios, also Japanese goods just received. Corner of Nmumn and Hotel Strata. Saturday, August 9. Am. schr. Fred J. Wood. Meyer, for China, at 5:30 n. m. S. S. Nevadan, Weedon, for San Fran cisco, at 6:30 p. m. PASSENGERS. Arrived. From Hilo and way ports, per stmr. Claudine, August 9 C. L. Wight. Capt. T. K. Clarke, A. A. Brown. R. Slaugh ter. A. Ahrens, C. W. Ashford. W. O. rmiin, irs. ieien llder Craft, Miss Copeland, John T. Moir, P. Peck, John Coulson, W. W. Thayer. Rev. E. W. Thwing, L. R. Medeiros, Capt. Henry Evans. T. C. Davis, K. C. Kibo. Rev. Lee Kim, Judge G. F. Little. E. II. Cant. L. Billman. Mrs. F. Wakarider, and 4 choldren, J. Faustino. wife and daughter. J. W. Springston. Aug. Ahrens. R. Chillingworth. W. F. Drake. O. H. Brown. Palmer Woods, Geo. II. Brown. Robt. Hind. G. C. Hons. Mis3 Hattie Coan. Miss G. Renton. Miss Van Deer Lin, Renton Hind, Arthur Renton. Miss Lucy Lanl, Mrs. J. H. Raymond, t hi'.d and maid. Miss G. uowsect. Miss V. O. Makee. S. N. Palmer. C. C. Per kins, Rev. w. Ault, Rev. II. Mauasa, Miss J. Kapchakukimnhina, F. E. Rich ardson, A. Nichol, Rev. J. Mathews. Mapu A. Harris and wife. O. M. At wood. A. Hanr.eberg. Rev. A. B. Wey mouth. H. T. Hayselden. wife and child and 125 deck passen.reir. - Per stmr. W. G. Hall, from Kauai ports. August 10 Mrs. H. Isenberv 'hole thunderjn' lot on 'em. He's not bound for Cocos island at alL He's go In' to an outiing Island of the Gilbert group, where there's a lot of private stuff burled. He's got some charts st little winds tell us that locate the ex act square inch where the stuff la. I believe . it's burled in a. coral reef that sticks up out on the edge of the Island, :aDown below we've got a regular outfit jfor mining the reef.- There's shovels, aj spades, drills, wheelbarrows, grind i stones, windlasses and all sorts of stuff jthat up-to-date l!okes use in getting at buried stuff. I think Cap'n Brown is afraid someone is trying to sneak around and follow him and make a light for the treasure, so 'stead of going straight to the island he's going on a sort of zigzag DJnntfbrook fair pleasure cruise, which is a rt of a cross be tween a gtraighC line and a circular saw. We go to Tahiti from h.ee so they say. but don't believe that- t be lieve that we'll stop on the way down at the treasure ferfand. get the treasure, ana then sneak into Tahiti. Trial's the scheme. You mark your ashbarrel that way, because I know I'm right. "Yes, they engaged us sailors in Fris co for a year's cruise, but sort off hint ed that there'd le somethin" Interestln on the trip and that men who didn't drink were what's wanted. We're raid so much a month, but I s'pose if the treasure's found ' we'll, get a bit. of a. share." ' That the pleasure trip that Cantain Brown declares the vessel is being sent on is all buncomb'ls proved by the fact that her five passengers take Httle In terest in Honolulu, because they stick close tr the schooner and don't care about seeing the 'town. But. as an old sea-dog said Vwtpr- day. it is a "pleasure trip" sure ennujrh Who Wouldn't ffl nloai J V. i A. HOUSE, with stable having four stalls, on Kuaklni street, is offered for rent. A sober and reliable hackman ' will find it to his advantage to hire these premises, as arrangements can be made to take the entire rent out in carriage hire. For particulars in quire at 404 Judd building. 6243 A SEVEN-ROOM cottage, with pretty Jawnr on comer of Young and Piikoi streets. Apply to John Walker, No. 1028 Piikoi street. 6243 Halstead&Co.,Ltd. STOCK AND BOND BROKERS Money Advanced od Sugar Securities. 921 Fort Stroot. Tel. Main 188. THE ONLY DIRECT LIHE 7 VT r'.'tfSPi'''. n h li 1 ; TO DENVER, KANSAS CITY. ST. LOUIS, OMAHA, -V.V ST. PAUL, CHICAGO, AND AliS Principal Eastern Pbintt Three Trains Daily from SAN FRANCISCO, Two Trains Daily from PORTLAND. THB QUICKEST TIME Y ttXVI BOUKI. UNION PACIFIC T.RAINS ARB PALACE 8 ON WTZMJ& New and Modern Equlpmtrt. Double Drawlnr Room Pa!. BC- Buffet Smoking nJ Library Car. Free Reclining Chair Cars. Ordinary Sleeping Cara. Dinirj Car., Meai. a U art D. W. HITCHCOCK. O. GL, 1 Montgomeir IU, Man FranclsM,, 93m A. L. CRAIG, O.P.4T.A, O. R, A N. Co., Portlaa. Orf.a. FOE RENT $25 Per Month House on Waikiki Road within 200 feet of proposed line of Rapid Transit and on the present horse-car-line. Three bed-rooms. Lot 100x100; glass enclosed la. COTTAGI3 in Christley lane, off Fort street. Rent very reasonable. Apply to W.ng Kwai. 1023 Smith street. TWO large mosquito-proof rooms, suit able f.r two persons, with or without bearfi. Apply at 1141 Anapuni street, fifth heu&e from Wilder. C321 COTTAGE In Palama, near Rapid Transit Line. Apply to C. F. Peter son, 15 Kaahumanu street. 8155 OFFICES FOR RENT. IN Mclntyre building; front room No. S. Inquire of Guy Owens, No. 1120 Union street. C241 IN BREWER building, on reasonable tern... Brewer 3z Co., Ltd. Queen street. Apply to C. GASTLE ft LMSME Real Estate, Insurance, Investments. Telephone 70 Main. 606 and 607 Stangenwald Bldg. FOR SALE. FIVE good and young milch cows: 3 good and young heifers, from good milking stxk; "1 imported young Durham bull. 2 years old; a lot of Urown Ijeg'.icrn Chickens. The above can bf bousht by the lot or jingle. TERMS CASH. Apply to A. A. Miinuno. at the store. Hotel St., Ar lington block.' 6244 FURNITURE of 6-room cottage, al most pew. Privilege of renting house. . Address li., this office. 6243 FURNITURE of 8-room house. Prlvi lM?e of renting house. Central. Ad dress W., this oilice. f239 LOST. OPEN-FACED gold watch. On Run day arternoon, Aug. 3rd, on Judd. Li liha or King tstreet electric car. Re ward if returned to this office. C243 FOUND. A WATCH-CHARM i Manoa valley. Owner can have same by calling at tlii3 .ffice. proving pr.perty and pay ing all ears-eases. 6227 Y. YUEN No. 1572 Fort Street, TAI, near KukuL i Dressinake ing tne privilege of being led by an oTrl I sea captain straight or crooked to a 1 us sure tnat millions in gold are within Teach? . I?ORN.;'. GREEN In San Francisco. JuW IS. t the wife of Capt. J, S. Green, former ly master of tbfr steamer IwaJanl. a son. Ladies' Uaderwear. SklrtP. Chemi?., etc. A large lin of ready-made Mosquito NeU always on hand. 1 CIIASi IJUETWKn & C(8. 1 HEW YORK LIITE : 1 Bark Foohng Saey Bailing from NEW YORK to HONOLULU About July 1st For freight ratee ppl to T CUAH. BREWER & OO. Z 27 KUby Bt, Bortoli. T OB C. BTtElVKIl & CO., X LTMITID, HONOLCTU. HOUSES MOVED HOUSES RAISED HOUSES REPAIRED NEW HOUSES BUILT Stores and Offices Repaired. Contractor and Builder Office 1018 Alakea street, between King and Hotel. Phone Blue 1801. Ready-To-Wear Hats A wca'tb of p't'tfy ctfiea now beiK liown. Some trimrnca with pretly lou-j.oci, o.Leri with cbiffon. I'urtoit oi Miss N. F. Hawley; BOSTON BLOCK. Waverkj Staling Parlcrs Comer UetLel and Hotel Streets. MRS. D. W. ROACH. CIIA3. A. BIDINGER. Proprietors. HoQolaia French' Laundry MRS. LE BELT, MANAGER. 1104 N. King 5t. All work turned out will be first-clas and at reasonable prices. Lace curtains and laces a spe cialty. Also DYEING AND CLKAN 1NG. work railed for and delivered. I'hone White 412. COTTON BROS. & CO. ENGINEERS AND GENERAL COW-TRACTORS. I Pl4r, and Etimates furnlh4 for all cr of Contracting Work. Boeton Bloek. HeaelsJa. L .': .. .. .:..