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THIS MCinc COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. HONOLULU. AUGUST 28. 190
in Lands 'For To Let OR U5 Lease v5 V I!.' II LOTS TBACT, IN KINU STREET The following desirable properties upon moderate terms: 13 brand new and modern cottages on neretama street west 01 s. ix&ui 1 street. from $1,400 to $1,250 .u-eet. lf fArmai.lTrVr.nwn aatt N 4-2 Cottagres on Chamberlain street m o, . -"near Queen street Wilcox's premises. 5 Store in Orpheum block on Fort street. 6 Land of the area of one acre, sit- ! uated on the corner of South and Hale- TWENTY LOTS IN MANOA kauila streets, and suitable for storage I Durooses. or for a buildine site for TJLLLEY, formerly Moiltano's warehouses or factory. 7 Buiiamg site at jvamouun, iruni ing on proposed extension of Rapid Transit to Kaimuki, area one acre. 8 Three building lots on Kaaihee av enue and opposite the Experimental Station at Makiki. 9 Taro land at Manoa and Pauoa. 10 Rice land at Aiea, Ewa. Also other lands suitable for agricul tural and other purposes In different parts of this island. ' Tract, $2,500 a lot WAITED FOR HER OFFICERS TO DINE of FOUR HUNDRED LOTS IN KAJULANI TRACT, from $200 to $250 a lot Apply to FIFTY LOTS IN KEKIO TRACT, opposite Makee Island 8500 a lot . Kapiolani Estate, Ltd. Elite BIdgyover one hundred lots in Hew York Dentil Parlors Reason of Dday in Sailing Transport Buford Last Night. Although the transport Buford had been booked to sail at 6. o'clock last night for San Francisco it was nearly eight when she left the Naval wharf. The reason for the delay was that her officers were at dinner at that time and did not care to disturb their evening meal on account . of so small a thing as the sailing of the vessel. When the transport finally got away it was asserted that she went with a number of additions to her soldier pas- ANOTHER ARMY VESSEL IN PORT Tiny Seward Calls on Her Way From Seattle to Manila. The United States transport Seward which when seen in the offing looks more like an out-of-date island steam er than a transport arrived in Hono lulu yesterday afternoon after an eleven days' trip from Seattle. The Seward carries no cargo. She is a small wooden vessel, excellently equipped, but about as costly a govern ment steamer considering her size as has ever been, put together. The Seward cost the government some $75,- O" THE FASHIONABLE B0ULEVARD3, all claeses of work mingle together, but the discerning eye readily distinguishes the O'Brien & Sons', San Francisco, and Babcock Co.'s New York vehicle1?, by that subtle air of fashion able elegance that is not mere outer ornamentation or novelty but is a happy combination of many details in harmonious re lationship. It represents the experience gained by years of im senger list. It is said that several sol- 000 on the start. Since then some $220, diers from Camp McKinley stowed on 000 has been spent in making repairs the vessel. Their method of eettine and improvements on her but if sold away was for each to secure an old tomorrow she would not bring half this amount of monev. uniform from men on the transport and ( yVTien she arrived here she had a then to go aboard in this. By this deck-load of coal amounting to two method the risk of detection is very hundred tons, in addition to this coal small and there is very little chance she is to take about two hundred tons I of the men being returned here as de- from Honolulu -and this amount, to- Rprtprs AS thfV WOllld firm rlttMl'S S-thr with what sVlo Viae In Vtaw hiifilr. KAPIOLANI TRACT, at $500 THE PAINLESS DENTAL SPECIAL j clothing shortly after the transport left ers, ought to be sufficient to carry ; port ana tnen only De treated as stow- ner to the Philippines. aways. As deserters are not published; The transport will commence taking "2 a lot Etc., Etc. For farther particulars apply to KM & Company Campbell - Block. Fort Street Merchant Tailors AND IMPOKTKHS 1111' 1T-u."u.&zi-u. -A--rexx"ia.e Opposite Goo Kim Near M. Chlya'i 9txt to Corner Hotel and HtraanB SsftsM&de to Order fa tbe Latest Ctylss and a Good Fit Guaranteed v Latest patterns and styles in . ailors' Goods vv' J, Clothes Cleaned and Repaired DAUAIIAH ENGINEERING AND ' COHSTRDCTIOH CO. Booms 508-510 Stangenwald Bldg. EfiGIKEERS m CONTRACTORS. Box 537. Phone Main 50. P4 . Use Pacneco's Dandruff Killer For, lifeless, uneven and sickly hair. It keeps the scalp clean and free from disease. Pacheco's Dandruff Killer. For sale try all Druggists and at the Union Bar ber Shop. Tel. Main 232. 184 N. Hotel and 163 S. King St. Ewyclea Exchanged, Repaired, Bought and Bold, Prices Reasonable. Tom Been's Flamug Mill CONTRACTOR AND BUILDKR. Carpenter work of all kinds. Large Mcrtment of brackets and mouldings always on band. - 014 Union Feed Co. warehouse. C O. YEE HOP & CO KAJIIKINFI MF.AT MAKKFT s A.nd (rMery. JPKU1T8 AND VEGETABLFS. wrtnia Street, corner Alakes, Ton Blue 511. ISTS. Hundreds of people can testify that we have extracted their teeth without pain. LA11 dental work done painlessly, and In the best possible manner by graduate dentists who are specialists in. their pro fession. Have your dental work attended to by competent dentists at the NEW YORK DENTAL. PARLORS. The New York Dental Parlors do more business than any other Institution of its kind In the world, and our guarantee Is bark of It. Don't confuse us with the cheap dentists. 1 1 r . ii PLATES REOlhK. as such until after ten days time has In coal today and her captain thinks elapsed they would have time to be in . that she can sail before Saturday. New York or in Alaska before the police j On board the vessel everything is in would have anything .upon which to fine shape. Quarters for officers and act. ' t , j crew are very good and her engines and Several men from the transport were other appliances are strictly up-to-date, probably left behind, as it is claimed She has a new refrigerating plant. Her that they were seen in an intoxicated work in the Philippines will be to carry condition up in Nuuanu valley shortly t fresh meat for the troops at different island points. Cabriolets, Snrreys, Beach Wagons, r Latest Model Runabouts, Cushion Tire Bikes, All Styles Top Buggies, together with the best Speed Carts and the O'Brien patent spring best Business Buggy on earth, with a full line of Acces sories, Whips, Robes and Harness, make the most complete lines to select from west 'of the Rocky Mountains. Call and examine our good or write for catalogue. Full Plate of Teeth $5 0 Gold Crowns 6 00 Bridge Work, per Tooth 5 00 Gold Fillings 1 00 Silver Fillings SO If money Is an object to you, come and see us. We will tell you in ad vance exactly what your work will cost. No charge for examination. JlII our instruments are thoroughly sterilized. Hours, 8 to 6; Sundays, 9 to 12. Ladies in attendance. Room 4, Elite building. Hotel street For the Preparation OF COOLING - DRINKS TWO SAILERS ifa FROM THE COAST "This isn't much of a town. I don't before the time the ship left It is said that the repairs to the boil ers of the Buford are complete enough so that she will be able to reach San Francisco but there are just a few peo ple who "wouldn't be surprised to see her back here In a couple of days." She took in coal here and yesterday the Chinatown's ancient fire engine ould be seen nt work nn tin wharf. under the guidance of members of the see ar,y erries running about and there . fire department, filling the vessel's amt any renows on the dock crying tanks with water pumped from the ar-1 'this way to the best hotel.' " The ' speaker was the young son of Captain Curtis of the five-masted schooner W. ' i H. Marston which arrived in port at , about sundown last night from San ' Francisco after a voyage of twenty-one ' days. ' j Captain Curtis brought his family out with him on this trip. He also had as passengers the Misses Cross and , Lawrence, Chicago school teachers, who are to take positions in th schools here. j The vessel only brought half a cargo. She Is now at Brewer's wharf. J The ' barkentine Irmgard got in at Pacific Vehicle & Supolv Go. Ltd, Beretania St-, Near Fort. cBZcSSl tesian well in the Naval yard If all goes well she is expected to reach San Francisco in eight days' time. OVERDUE VE5SEL ARRIVES SAFELY At noon yesterday the overdue Amer ican schooner. Honolulu was towed into port and all fears as to her safety were put at an end. Captain Stokke- - i I 1 i 4U. A.1 M 1 - bye brought his vessel in after a voy-' aouut '' j pun, uaviug a. gouu cargo aria x uecit Pineapple, Strawberry, Rasp berry. Blackberry, Blood Orange, Orange Phosphate, Vanilla, Lime, Orgeat, Raspberry Shrub, Lime Juice Cordial Grenadine. Lime Juice, Raspberry Vine gar, Champagne Cider, Grape Juice (Concord and Catawba), Carbonated Russet Cider. Car bonated Crab Apple Cider. LEWIS & CO. 240-Two Telephon es-240 160 FORT STREET. Theosophtcal Society MR. THOMAS PRIME Will Lecture on The Life After Death Thursday. Aug 28. 1902. 8 P. M. At ARION HALL (Back of Opera House.) A cordial welcome extended to all. Library open Fridays at 3:30 p. m. MARY D. HENDRICKS, President. Aloha Branch. T. S. &OOE! Just received a complete line of Heinz Relish Pickles ChII and see us, we are cheap in price. Goods delivered promptly Triangle Grocery Store Corner of King and. South Streets. Telephone White S09L Honolulu Hardware Co., Ltd, Importers and Dealers in k:m Eardwarc. Tiawre, Pain's ar.J Oils, Crarksij jitf Olasewa r S9 N. King street, makal side, between Nuuanu and Smith streets. Telephone Main S93. P. O. Box 603 age of ninety-four days from castle. The vessel did not meet with any mishap on the way but a succession of calms and bad weather delayed her. Her deck, which is of metal, was all covered with rust, and her bottom now has a great sea growth on it. The Honolulu has sixteen hundred tens of coal. Aorangi In and Out. The "all-red" liner Aorangi arrived off port early on Wednesday morning, after making a good passage from load of Railway wharf. The Irmgard made the passage in six teen days. Both vessels report fine Weather but very light winds. Australia and Incidentally breaking a record between Brisbane Roads and water, where a gang of men made them Built Rafts of Piles. Any Puget Sound man who could have been on the waterfront yesterday and have witnessed the discharging of two hundred and fifty piles from the schooner Mary E. Foster would have bten homesick for the work was being done in regular Sound fashion. Piles, from SO to 80 feet in length, were drop ped over the side of the vessel into the -f We now have a complete line 1 of Oriental Goods. Too many --- to mention htre. ! i We should be pleased to have the public call and ex amine for themselves. t 66-72 King Street, corner of Smith. Phone Blue 3581. P. O. Box 947. Suva, Fiji, by doing that siretch of the into rafts which were later towed across toward the land end of the new AN UNHEALTHY HASR nmiFF journey in four days and eleven hours. Hackfeld wharf, where the government Purser Bellmaine tells the story of the will store them voyage in a happy way for pursers are ' . always happy when they have a good passenger list and a good cargo, and Bellmaine had both. "When we ar rived at Suva," he said, '"the pompa dour hair cf th enatives fell down flat and they wished to know If we had sailed through the air. You see, they expected us to make the same kind of time that other vessels did. But the j Aorangi can afford to make fast time recause we will have two very dis-: tinguished passengers on board when ' we return from Vancouver. Premier Barton of Australia and Premior "Dick" Seddon, "the king of New, Zealand.' are to come by us." j The Aorangi sailed at a little after 3 p. m. and had a large number of pas sengers from this port. Prominent among them was T. Clive Davies, who is off on a short trip to British Colum bia. Purser Ferguson of the steamer V. G. Hall left by the vessel on a va cation trip. Miss Kelly, who has been with the firm of W. W. Dimond & Co. for some time, and her mother, are re turning to their former home in Col orado. The Territorial band played the vessel off. j Charges on Steamer Tamplco. ! The steamer Tamplco failed to get away to Seattle yesterday, but expects to sail at daylight today. Captain Ames is making several changes in the officers quarters on the vessel. He has had a big cabin under the bridge partitioned off in such a way that it now makes a good dining room and in : future the officers will eat there Instead ' of in the small cabin in the after por- iion oi tne steamer. "Schuorts" la Dead "Schnorts," well known on the wa terfront as the faithful watchdog of the German ship Alsterschwan, was shot in Seattle the other day by a sailor be cause he had gone mad. Captain Curdman and the crew were much at tached to the old Danish hound and since his demist; have told many stories cf his sagacity and bravery. FALLING HAIR finally BALDNESS Destroy the cause, you remove the effect Kill the Dandruff Germ WITH NEWBRO'S HERRIOIDE The only preparation that will destroy those parasites. EXCELLENT HAIR DRESSING-. For Sale by all Dru jjists. PRICE $1.00. E Send your labels in I? CiK dC this week, sure. WW I First Prize . R $3.00 E $2.00 gecond Prize Third Prize N Send labels to II. LEVY & COMPANY, Room 4 Spreckels Blk. Epicurean canned goods are the BE3T. Sold everywhere. Mi H " -"' ' cf r" n"' , f -J ftOXJuISTKX UKIIU CO.. L,T1 rnta Elevahon Oil DoRNtR Tc Stationarw CoiLtns unquestionably the place to dine in hono- tU U 'S AT The Lester retrie. yardmaster of the Ophu Railway Company, left yesterday as purser of the su-amer Tamplco for Pont tie, whence he will go to New York. 15-ipton. Chicago ar.d other eastern cine?, on a three-months' vacation. Oil BuRNtR For Locomotives Oil and Steam THE COMING FUEL. IS OIL. The best 'burner for oil lthat of the W. N. Beat Oil Burning System. Lambert's Steam Motor i ahead of the ordinary engrln fcr convenience, simplicity an economy. For particulars Inquire of W. E. ROWELL Room 511 Staneenwald Bldf. Palace GrsJl POPKlETOR. California Calimyrna Figs NOW ON SALE AT OOOI3D233JTAIj IT'nTJIT STOIIE 521 King Street. 23o ra ! I t ', "V i! f l!