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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAr ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, OCTOBER 21, 1905.
10 Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Line Steamers running in connection with the Canadian Pacific Railway Co. e21 at Honolulu on or about the following dates: FOR FIJI AND AUSTRAILIA. 1905 MIOWERA OCT. 21 MOANA NOV. 18 t.UJ.XGI DEC. 16 J Through tickets issued to all points Pacific Mail S. S. Co., Occidental & Oriental S S. Co.. and Toyo Kiscn Kaisha. Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave this yert on or about the dates below men tioned: Tn,n,f ca ttraNCISCO TO THE FOR SAN FRANCISCO. a. --.. - ORIENT. OCT. 28 NOV. 11 , NOV. 22 COPTIC .... SIBERIA .. MONGOLIA CHINA DEC AMERICA MARU NOV. H. HACKFELD & COMPANY, LTD., AGENTS. Ocoo nic Qtoamohip rO. TIME! . -t-t-r.-rn The fine passenger steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port s hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. ALAMEDA Oct. 27 1 ALAMEDA ..Nov. 1 trft-,-. -nv x ' SIERRA NOV. 7 ALAMEDA v. ai SIERRA NOV. 29 T.AMF.DA DEC. 8 tn nntinn with the sailline of pared to issue, to Intending passengers, Coupon Through Tickets by any rail Joad, from San Francisco to all points in the United States, and from New York by any steamship line to all European ports. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, APPLY TO W. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD. American-Hawaiian FROM YEW YORK TO HONOLULU. S. S. Alaskan Pet- 3 B. S. Texan . Nov. Freight received at all times at the Company's wharf, 41st street, South Brooklyn. FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONO LULU DIRECT. B. S. Nevadan, to sail ct"-I B. S. Nebraskan Oct. 28 ' atH ea.cn month thereafter H. HACKFELD & COMPANY, LTD., AGENTS. C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. ' cStfoc Transf-1 Pa WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE. . : We pack, haul nd ship your goods and save you money. Dealers in stove wood, coal and kindlings. Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 King Street. Phone Main 5& a f Branch of o UniOn KlXprGSS VU. Hustace, Peck Co., Ltd. v 63 Queen Street. Having baggage contracts with the following steamship lines : Oceania Steamship Pacific Mali Steamship Co. Occidental & Oriental Cteanahlp Co. Toyo Kalsen Kaisha Steamship Co. We check your baggage at your homes, saving you the trouble of checking on the wKSSf. Piano and Furniture Moving a Specialty. t tt TuviT-o-nn PrpuMtft: C. J. Campbell. Vice-President; J. L. Mc Lean, Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Gedge, Auditor; Frank Hustace, Manager. ZK-u-stsce-ecls: Co,, ZL-tclfc DRAYMEN, 63 Queen Street. ... DEALERS IN. FIREWOOD, STOVE and STEAM COAL. Also Whlto and Black Sand. Telephone Main 295. THE PAOTFIO Commercial Advertiser Entered at the Post Office at Honolulu, T. H., as second-class matter. ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year ...............512.00 Bfac Months 6.00 ' Advertising rates on application. Pmblished every morning except Sunday by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO., LTD., Von Holt Block, No. 65 South King St MiLWAY & LAND CO. TIME TABLE October 6, 1904. OUTWARD. For Waianae, Waialua, Kahuku and Way Stations 9 :15 a. m., 3.20 p. m. 3or Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way Stations f7:30 a, m., 9:15 a, m, 11:05 a. m.. 2:15 p. m.. 3:20 p. m., :15 p, m., J9:30 p. m.. tH:15 p. m. INWARD. iarrlve Honolulu from Kahuku, Wai alua and Waianae 8:36 a. m., 5:Z1 Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and Pearl City 17:46 a. m.,- :Z6 a. m., 10:X8 a. nt., 1:40 p. in., 4:31 p. m., S:I1 p. m., 7:30 p. m. DaUy. t Sunday Excepted. t Sunday Only. The Haleiwa, Limited, a two-hour train, leaves Honolulu every Sunday, at 8:22 a. m. Returning arrives In Ho- -1.rO.. m.1l fPh T ImUa .nn. i 7. rT , VJ: , . toly at Pearl City and Waianae. O. P. DENISON. F. C. SMrTH, I FOR VANCOUVER. 1905 ..OCT. 18 ..NOV. 15 ...DEC. 13 MOANA AORANGI MIOWERA In Canada, United States and Europe. THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., GENERAL AGENTS. MONGOLIA OCT. 27 CHINA : NOV. 7 DORIC Nov. 21 MANCHURIA NOV. 28 2 K-.'REA DJ-C. 1- 3 ' For further information apply to ALAMEDA NOV, 22 SONOMA NOV. 28 ALAMEDA DEC. 13 the above steamers, the agents are pre Steamship Company. Freight received at Company's wharf. Greenwich street. FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN CISCO. S. S. Nabraskan. to sail... Sept. 26 S. S. Nevadan Oct. 17 FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU VIA SAN FRANCISCO. S. S. Nebraskan, to sail Oct. 15 a 9 'N'ovnria.n. to sail Nov. 6 Telephone Main 86 METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. Issued Every Sunday Morning by the Local Office. U. S. Weather Bureau. TBXBX.O -. MEAN - - 5 ffS a . VA3QU. "3 - s tS go satH55l5 i ! j fi 8 29 97 82 71 06 64 6 jx 8 K S 2.e8 81 72 01 68 3 nb 8 T 10 SOjTJ 81 71 .14i 81 6 nk 8 W 11 30.01 81 74 Gil 64 3 var 12 r i2 29 97 SI 70 .01! 70 8 i 7 F 13 29 92 82 70 00! 70 5 VAR 8 1 14 29 91 80 70 .01 78 8 TAR 7 Note: Barometer readings are cor rected for temperature, instrumental errors, and local gravity, and reduced to sea level. Average cloudiness stated in scale from 0 to 10. Direction of wind is prevailing direction during 24 hours ending at 8 p. m. Velocity of wind is average velocity in miles per hour. ALEX. McC. ASHLEY, Section Director. TIDES, SUN AND MOON. o se 6. H - -5 c if- ft 2 at Q 2 m I . ip i& . p.m. a.m. 1 6 5.08,10 51111.45 16i 5.09 5.56j5.35, 8 09 ! I I - I I p.m T n T r a a M 17, 5.50 18, 6.3 . 1 ft 5 Sd'11 91-19 1Q 1 17 9i' o to i ? 5 J-rJ 11 ,lf S? S.57 5.34 8 52 1 1.0 0.4U I I.7 5.57 5 33 B.Slti a in 19 7.?5 1 ft; 8 07. 0.C4 8. 2l 9.34 I 22 10 43 i 23 M 47 1.5 9 .52 6"5aj 4 03 5.58 5.32 il l 1 pmiam I ( I 1 4,11.15, 5.04! 2.15:5.58 5.31 , 1.4... I a. id 't O KA'r Kn K on n . . til I 1.4 0.1Q 8 35' 5 29 S.SQ 5:29 . 1 14 Last quarter of the moon Oct 21st. Times of the tide t re taken from the United States Coast and Geodetic Sur vey tables. The tides at Kahului and Hilo occur about one hour earlier than at Hono lulu. Hawaiian standard time is 10 hours? 30 minutes slower than Greenwich' time, being that of the meridian of 157 I 1 1 rfrfj Tninv rniniiTai t y v ..v. . . "v"' mc mue iyuij. ue blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is the same as Greenwich hours (mtouS I fl lun and moon are for local time for -v . '"The new Alakea slip will be en tirely dredged out and completed by December," said W. H. Hoogs yester day.. "The dredger- Governor is doing fine work on the slip and already the floor of the completed portion has been polished down pretty evenly. Yester day the dredger went down to 37 feet. The contract calls for a der)h of 34 fit. at mean low tide. The dredger still has to cut out the strip of land Waikiki of where it is at present working, as far as the Ewa side of the new railroad wharf which has just been construct ed. There i? a strip eighty feet wide extending Ewawards from the Naval dock that doesn't have to be dredged. When completed' the slip will be a credit to the Territory." EXPENSIVE EXPRESS. There was a night or two last week when the dredger Governor did not do any work. The machinery was allow ed to cool off for a while, as enma ncrwsarv nippps of map.hlnwv ordered by cable from Marion, Ind., failed to reach here in time, owing to delay through the Alameda accident. One of the representatives of the local dredging people was on the Coast when the stuff came there by express, and he nearly fell dead when he found the ex press company's bill to San Francisco only was $200 a ton and there were two tons. However, the dredger needed the machinery and there were not two ways about it the bill was promptly paid, and the sections arrived on the Navadan. The dredger is working day and night again. MYERS ON INSURANCE. "This 'general average proposition on the Alameda's goods will teach local consignees to take out marine insurance at this end. Instead of giving it to San Francisco agents," said Zeno K. Myers yeterday. "I have told people down here time and again that they ought to make their insurance with the local agents, and now I guess some of them wish they had. - Although some of us are local agents for companies in which they incured their goods on the Coast, we have practically nothing whatever to do with the Coast business. Local consignees have come to us and said, You're in the same company; take care of this for us. Oh, no. That is not our part of the business. SLATTERY WANTS MORE MONEY. Lieut. Slattery, the army engineer of ficer in charge of the federal engineer ing work in the islands, Jias recpm mended to General Mackenzie that he be given authority to make a contin uing contract to the amount of $800,000, in addition to the $200,000 already ap- proprlated for the commencement of harbor dredging and improvement con- tracts. Under the present contract the harbor will be dredged to a width of between 800 and 900 feet. The new contract proposed by Lieut. Slattery will extend it to a width of 1200 feet SHIPPING NOTES. The steamer Helene departed yes terday for Waimea with a cargo of coal. The Miowera is due today from Vic toria and Vancouver, en route for the Colonies. The bark Albert sailed for Port Townsend yesterday to load lumber on the Sound for Hilo. The ship W. H. Smith arrived yes terday from Newcastle with coal for W. G. Irwin & Co. She was 49 days making the trip. The steamer Robert Dollar, brineine pontoons and other dredging supplies for the dredger Pacific, is due today from Puget Sound. . The steamer Maui, which departed last evening for Kahului, carried a 25, 000-pound sugar roller consigned to the H. C. & S. Co. at Kahului. A regulation third order light has been placed in the Diamond Head light house, replacing the 'Washington light which has been in use for some time. The new light is an air pressure lamp. and is quite steady and thoroughly re- liable, it is claimed. I It was reported yesterday on board I the liner Coptic that E. J. Ty.son, for- merly third officer of the Gaelic, had been appointed first officer of the Coptic and would soon arrive here to relieve First Officer Sullivan, who is to return .,T3 ,TLSOnaS,- latClf f1 second officer of the big liner Arabic, plying between Liverpool and Boston, rnn Z 2 , r UlU.be corned by many friends he made while he was aboard the Gaelic-Chronicle. I Despite the fact that tomorrow is Friday, the 13th of the month, the ?v!5.C M&iL Unei Seria .wiU leave "" ama "1C" wr L"IS lr it i record run across the broad Pacific On board, in addition to many other passengers, will be Miss Alice Roose- Lnited States, and President E. H. TTnrriman nnA- T ; , . t : .1 . t- t " lie n'UPin n. I'. Sphrwrin r tv, to -.ts, c. v. '"-" 'ian oifa.n:sniiJ 1 1 V,-, .in n . . rpL. . . 1 - I -J,. sleamsniP in the Pa- ""r1 ls expectea to surpass SUVDaSS I t" recorus on ner run rrom oaijxii. one is capaDie or making tne trip ii ten days. Chronicle SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRTVED. Friday, October 20. 5-tmr. .nhau, -W. Thompson, from tivilauea, 4:40 a. m. Am- sh!p w- H- Smith, Ellis, 49 days Irom Newcastle, S a. m. Am- bktn. Koko Head. Edwardson. 19 trnvs TTrvm kihtat vnnni y- 4- a. ou en luuie . lO Manila. DUE TODAY. S. S. Miowera, Hemming, from Vic- toria and Vancouver, a. m. - b FOR RENT 1216 Kinau St $27.50 1111 Kinau St. . . 27.50 Bong St., cor. Aloha Lane 30.00 Aloha Lane 18.00 1317 Makiki St. 20.00 Emma St 50.00 Lunalilo St .' 50.00 Alexander St 18.00 Alapai St 22.50 Bruce Lane 8.00 Waikiki (Dewey Ave.) 20.00 Aloha Lane 15.00 Emma Street 30.00 Alapai and Prospect 35.00 FURNISHES. Cottage at 283 Vineyard, has par lor, dining-room, one bedroom, kitchen, pantry, bath, table and bed linen $25.00 FOR LEASE Stores Cor. Bethel and King Streets. HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY, LTD. 1 Corner Fort and Merchant Sts. List Your Vacant House with TRENT, & CO., And Secure a Tenant. 8 Stmr. Kinau. Freeman. from Hiiq jand way ports, a. m U. S. A. T. Logan, from Nagasaki. DEPARTED. Stmr. Maui, Parker, for Maui ports, 5 p. m. Stmr. Helens, Nelson, for Waimea. Iik. Albert, Turner, for Puget Sound, Mn.on V - PASSENGERS. Arrived. Per stmr. Niihau, October 20, from Kilauea. Harry Wiggin. Departed. Per stmr. Maui, October 20, for Maul ports. W. D. Holt, R. Peplowski, Judge A. S. Humphreys, H. Haneberg, Rev. T. Funakura, G. Afat, J. F. C. Abel, Antone Vierra, Jr., Theo. Watjen, J. Sullivan, Mrs. J. T. Taylor, Mrs. C. Jackson. A. J. Gomes, Mrs. Gomes, Miss Gomes, Geo. Chalmers, Miss Maggie Ferguson, Dr. Jas. Molony. Mrs. Molo- ny and child, lie v. J mikuda, Mrs. J. Fukuda. . . VESSELS IN PORT. (Army and Navy.) U. S. S. Iroauois. Niblack, from Mid way cruise, Sept. 29. (Merchant Vessels.) Alice Cooke, Am. sch., Penhallow, Port Gamble, Oct. 9. Bertie Minor, Am. sch.. Raven,. Eure ka, Oct. 13. Brenda, Br. sp., Learmont, Hamburg, Oct. 5. Gerad C. Tobey. Am. bk., Hersey, San Francisco, Oct. 16 Helene, Am. schr., Larsen, San Fran Cisco, Oct. 8 Louisiana, Am. bk., Peterson, New castle, Oct 10. Mary E. Foster, Am. sch., Johnson, Port Blakeley, Oct. IS. ! Morning Star, Am. s.s.. Garland, Gil bert Is., July 15 Nuuanu, Am. bk., Joeslyn, New York, August 8. Pacific, Am. s.s., Gillespie, San Fran Cisco, Oct. 5. Restorer, Br. cable x.s.. Combe. Mid way I.. April 24. S. D. Carleton, Am. sp., McLeod, New castle, Oct. 9. Sofala, Br. bk., Auld, Newcastle ept z W. H. Smith, Am. sp., Ellis, Newcas- tie, Oct. 20. TRANSPORT SERVICE. sola.ee. at San Francisco. Lawton. to sail for Manila via Hono 1,., . C.Q.' ' "c, -, Buford. at Manila. T c flT t xr!iI1C13 uu, via. nunuiuiu, itu . riT snfio Sherman sn nnin Thomas, sailed from Honolulu for Guam nd Man Oct. 14. Warren, at San Francisco. THE MAILS. Mails are due from the following points as follows: San Francisco Per Coptic, Oct. 7. Victoria Per Miowera, Oct. 21. Orient - Per Mongolia. Oct. 27. Moll. T.-111 .no n. Ma11 w!n denart as f San Francisco-Per Los an, about Oct. Colonies Per Miowera, Oct 21. st: . i. t i i i vS"ZE5 BORN. VANHUIZEN In this city, October 18, isn. to Mr. and Mrs. J. Vanhuizen. a daughter. MARRIED. At the Methodist parsonaere. Bereta- nia street, October 20, 1905, by the Rev. John W. Wadman, pastor of the First M. E. Church. Mr. Frank A. Guptill to Miss Carrie Fernandez, both of Honolulu. HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Honolulu, October 20. 1905. Capital ValjBid. NAME OF 8T0CK, MkUCANTlLK. C. RBlWfB Jfc Vo SUUAB. Ewa Haw. Aerriouitural... Pa.u Up Ask. $1,000,000100 5,000,000! 20 l.YO.'.OOOj 100 2.312.155' 100 2,000,000: v0 750,000: 100 2,000.000 20 ftoo.uoo; ioo 500,000: V0 ?.? 00.000, 5 J 160,000! 109 X)000: 100 8.5' 0,000' 20 3.60.,'00 1C0 l.oto.o o; 20 500,000; 20 5.000,000; 50 J SO 000! 10 J 5,0H) OOO! 50 500,(00, Iff! "i50,000 100 7ro,eoo: 100 ?,";50,o,jo i 4,500.0'0 100 300,000; 100 loi,oon "oo 5i,0'j0; J00 12.UOl-j 100 l.SOO.OOlj 100 500,000, 100 i,:5o,orc 100 lO.OOOi 10 4,fC0 003S l'O l,C0C,OO0j 20 400 003, 20 Amt.Outl standlnpi S15,0(j --- 601,000; 1,000,100 ... 1000,000 . . 209,000 ... 27 -8 Ito oS 15 " 7 Hnw. om.&ugar Co Hawaiian su.r oo. Huiioinn Honoltaa Haiku Kahuku - tvihei Flan. Co. Ltd. Kipahulu Eoioa 84 140 16 25 SO 160 8V McBr'eSuK.O-o.,Ltd. 6 100 Uahu sugar to-.. . Ononiea.. Ookala Oiaa Sugar Co. Ltd... Olowalu Paauhau i-ugPlanCo. Pacific Paia .-. Pepeekto Pioneer Waialua gri. Co Wailuku Wailuku Sugar Co. Scrip Waimsoalo . . Waimea iugar Mill.. MlSCELLASKOt'B-Iiiter-Jsiand S S. Co H w. Electric ;o H. it. T. & L. Co., Pfd H. K. L. Co., C- Mutual Tel. Co O. K. & I., Co HiloK R. Co 80 23 ... 1225 180 60 144Vj 75 1?5 65 115 :07H 102 87 88k 70 0o Honolulu Brewing & 24 Malting Co. Ltd . Bonds. Haw.Ter., 4 p. c.(Fire Claims; Haw. Ter. 4 p. c (Re funding 1S05) .. .... Haw Ter. 4i p. c Haw Ter. 4 p. o Haw. Gov't.. 5 D. c 100 ICO Cal. Beet & Sug. Kef. Co- 6. p. c. Haiku 6. d. c... ... 1,000,000! St 0,000 Haw. Com. & Sugar tO, 3 P- G. .'.".- . . Haw. Sugar 8 p. C... Hilo K. R. Co., ft p.c. Bon- K. T. fc Li. Co., 6 p. c Kahuku 6 p. e .... O. K. A L Co. 6 p. c. Oahu Sugar Co. 6 p. c. Olaa Sugar Co.. 6 p. c. PaiaB p.c Pioneer Mill Co 6 p. e. Waialua Ag.Co. 6 p. e. McBryde augar Co ... 1,677,000 500,000 l,0u0,000 !C5 lt'23 70?.00ffl 200,000 .... 2,000,000;.... 750,000 .... 1,250,000 .... 450,000 ... 1.250.C00 ... 1,000,000 ... 7X1,000 . lC7'i 09 1UU 105 103 ICO 104 lC2?i 105 100 SESSION SALES. (Morning Session.) 8 Oahu, 100. SALES BETWEEN BOARDS. 240 McBryde, 6. LOCAL OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES WEATHER BUREAU. Alexander Young jtsuilding, Honolulu, Friday, October 20. 5 THEKMO. 5 5" WIND 5 g ss 5 S S to g a? : :: : : r : g fiD C .. ' t I 1900 30.00 S3 74 80 .CO 70 4 hi .... 1901 30 00 83 69 78 02 80 2 K .... 1902 30. 2 80 72 76 .01 6ft 4 NX .... 1903 29.88 3 68 76 .CO 79 4 8 1904 29 94 83 69 78 .CO 70 1 Nk 8 1905 SO OS 80 71 76 C6 e8 6 NX 13 .vy 2fl 99l 62 71 77 I 02 72 I 4 ALEX. M'C. ASHLEY, Section Director, t Classified Advertisements. WANTED. ON OR BEFORE November 1st a five or six-room modern unrurnlsnea house In desirable location. Address D. E., this office. 7228 SITUATIONS WANTED. BY GOOD Japanese cook in private family. Had experience in San Fran cisco. Address U. Morooka, P. O. Box S74. 7239 BY YOUNG lady as saleslady or sew ing by the day in private family. Address Z. G., this office. 7236 FOR SALE. BEAUTIFUL potted plants for sale Inquire 36 S. Vineyard street. 7240 ers Monthly. 22 vols., 1882 to 1904. uniform binding: full sheep. Price 5175.00 Address P. M., care Hawaiian Vrajseiie JO. FOR RENT. A SIX-ROOM neatly furnished cot - tage in Punahou district for rent. For particulars apply Gazette office. 7227 THE COOLEST, cheapest and most centrally located rooms at Helenas court, Adams Lane; also rooms suit able for light housekeeping. 7209 OFFICES FOR RENT. THE STANGENWALD," only fire- proof office building In city. BUSINESS CHANCES. $7,500 WILL buy $10,000 worth of stock. Will be worth double in less than 12 months. Address "Security," c!o Ad vertiser. 7240 LOST. isiiii vviiiivi wautiKJ and Kalihi. a ladies' gold watch. Reward if re turned to this office. 723S Hotice to the Public. Patrons of the firm of W. W. Wright Co., Ltd., who paid mpney to H. Wag- ener between the dates of October 9 and 17, will kindly Inform the above firm immediately. 7239 J. W. A. REDHOUSE AYn An.TTTCTrp otp xr a tttt a t t tj (5 t n tt t p v t b I T , , ... " I I make a -necialty of repairing fine watches an? vatches for railroad use. I iu-o-vo- c?, TT , . . I Merchant-St., Half Block from Post-I office. HEAD THE ADVERTISER WORLD'S NTrWR TATT,V. Halsfead&Oo., Lid STOCK AND BOND LOANS NEGOTIATED. Members Honolulu Stock and Baxfl Exchange. 5-McIntyre BuiIding-5 FOR RENT-Residence on Wyllie SL lot at Wahiawa, ' FOR SALE-22 acres. Wahiawa; resi dence on Young St.; house and lot on Prospect St.; Palolo lots with Hono lulu view. Loans negotiated. Abstracts of titl. -l.. nuwAuu, Financial Agent. CHAS. BREWER & CO3 New York IAub Bark Foohng Suey salliu fra New York to Honolulu on y about Sept. 15, 1905. FREIGHT TAKEN AT LOWEST RATES, For freight rates apply tt CHAS. BREWER & CO., 27 Kllby St. Boston, or C. BREWER & CO., LTD., Honolulu FOR OALC, LOT at corner of Anapuni street ajj Wilder Avenue. Area about ii.Uaf square feet ALSO LOTS in various portion el Puunui and at Kapahulu tract Apply to W. W. CHAMBERLATHj Room 206 Judd building. $200 Cash and $25 a Montb Will Buy You a Home. Wilder Avenue, near Punahou: New house, containing 2 bed-1 rooms, sittingroom, dinlngroom, parlor, kitchen and bathroom, with porcelain bath tub, electric lights, house mosquito-proof. 7500 square feet of land. THE WATERHOUSE COMPANY, LIMITED., Jndd Building. Professional Cards ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. PHILIP L. WEAVER. Law offl n Merchant street. Cases in real prop erty not accepted. ACCOUNTANT ' L. DE L. WARD Accountant anV Auditor. Mclnerny Building. DENTISTS. I HENRY BICKNELL, D.D.S. Union street corner Hotei; TeL Main 2M. A. B. CLARK. D.D.S Rnnm ail nam ton Building. SURVEYOR. J. S. EAIERSON. Surveyor and en gineer, 607 Stangenwald building. MUSICIANS. ' MRS. HERBERT S. EWING. Teach er of piano. 444 Beretania street. HUGO HERZER Teacher of BlnfUa corner Beretania and Miller Bt., UM Bergstrom Music Co. $250.00 $300 OO. In small monthly installments will the city. A fine lot (77x139 feet) on Middle St, Kalihi, with a good stable and W. C I all tor, an I -uvv jau.ai.U A aCkX XHf LUUILV fruit trees; water laid in. Only 1700. Terms easy, a coupie or small touildlng lots at 1 Palama within walking distance from I Postoffice, on easy monthly instal- I ments. For rent, neat cottages at all prlcafl in different localities. J. H. SCHNACK. FINE RESIDENCE FOR SALE. Situated on car line In the mow desiraDle resident locality of thi city. The Improvements consist of cottage, containing parlor, recep tion hall, drawing room, large din ing room, 3 bed chambers, kitchen, pan try and all modern improvement. Large grounds improved with many valuable and rare fruit tree. Servants' quarter with stationary washstands and porcelain bath; larg "table with box stalls. Size of lot: 200x300 feet Price, very reasonable; much belon its actual value. Terms: Easy. Further particulars upon applicants J. H. FISHER. W-ANfED---A Crowd of People ! To come and dictate terms for rent ing the BEST FURNISHED ROOM3 In town for the money, unless our verms axe accepiaoie. 10 wn: o, 19 and $12 Per month. It is a cut of 59 per cent from our previous charges, K i ,Y i . , -,tii- tq-,-,v vrm for competition Remember, YOU - . XTT v,-.---,-, --A,rrr. DATIONS for the same a mo tint of money. MANAGER NEW ERA HOTEL, 71 4 Fort St. abov VmeyardLf 4 I. J j