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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIALS ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, OCTOBER 26, 1905.
10 f r r I i I I- a-- 1 . 1-.. r-: t Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Line ?o mora Fiinninff' In connection ill at Honolulu on or about the fol FOR FIJI AND AUSTRAILIA. 1905 MIOWERA OCT. 21 310ANA nov. 18 lORAni DEC. 16 Through tickets issued to all points In Canada, United btates ana uruye. THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., GENERAL. AGENTS. Pacific Mail S. S. Co., Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co., and Toyo Risen Kaisha. Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave this jxwt on or about the dates below men tioned: t-t cav VRANCISCO TO THE FOR SAN FRANCISCO. ORIENT. COPTIC fiTTJTTJTA ... .OCT. 28 .NOV. 11 MONGOLIA NOV. 22 ! - nf f AMERICA MARU " "! NOvV 3 For further information apply to H. HACKFELD & COMPANY, LTD., AGENTS. s Stoom oani The fine passenger steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port tkm hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. iTiMEDA Oct. 27 ALAMEDA .-Nov. 1 MXiA2.iUA -Ktrva- crFRRA NOV. 7 YENTURA NOV. 8 .SIERRA .:VOV- 22 ALAMEDA v. PIERRA NOV. 29 it ivpni DEC. 8 , rit, h RAfiiin? of iared to issue, to Intending passengers. Coupon Through Tickets by any rail JSd from s!n 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 Oct. 3 8. S. Texan Nov. Freight received at all times at the Comrmy's wharf, 41st street. South Brooklyn. . . FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONO LULU DIRECT. S. Nevadan, to sail ....Oct. 7 S. Nebraskan Oct. 28 Ar,n each month thereafter 8. B. H. HACKFELD & COMPANY, LTD., AGENTS. C. P. MORSE. General Freight Agent. r3 acme WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE. We pack, haul and ship your goods and save you money. Dealers in stove wood, coal and kindlings. Storage inBrick Warehouse, 126 King Street. Phone Main g& ... mm Branch of o Union Express bo. p. w 63 Queen Having baggaa contracts with Oceania Steamship C. Occidental & Oriental Bteaoahlp Co. We check your baggage at your homes, saving you the trouble of checking on the WSTt- Piano and Furnitur Moving a Specialty. J. F. Morgan, PresMoc: C J. Campbell. Vice-President; J. L. Mc Lean. Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Gedge, Auditor; Frank Hustace, Manager. SZ-ULStace-ecfe Co,, I-.td.fc JDHAYJMEV, 03 Queen 8treet. DEALERS IN FIREWOOD, STOVE and STEAM COAL. Also Whlt and Black Sand. Telephone Main 295. the pagifio Commercial Advertiser Xntered at the Post Office at Honolulu, T. H., as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $12.00 Six Months 6.00 Advertising rates on application. Published every morning except Sunday by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.. LTD., Von Holt Block. No. 65 South King St. RAILWAY & LAND CO. TIME TABLE October 6, 1904. OUTWARD. For Waianae, Waialua, Kahuku and "Way Stations 9: 15 a. m., 3.20 p. m. Tor Pearl City. Ewa Mill and Way Stations 17:30 a. m., 9:15 a. m., 11:05 a. m.. 2:15 p. m.. 3:20 p. m.. 1:16 p. m., t9:30 p. m.. til: 15 p. m. INWARD. ilLi-rlve Honolulu from Kahuku, Wai alua and Waianae 8:36 a, m., 5:31 p. m. (arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and Pearl City 7:46 a. m., S:36 a. m, 10:X8 a. m., 1:40 p". m., 4:31 p. m., :tl p. m., "7:30 p. m. Daily. T Sunday Excepted. t Sunday Only. . The Haleiwa, Limited , a two-hour train, leaves Honolulu every Sunday, at S:J2 a. m. Returning arrives in Ho nolulu, at 10:10 p. m. The Limited stops imly at Pearl City and Waianae. V T rT"ffT30xr v r. awTcr I ' UNISON, F. C. SMITH. I Sagt. I G. P. A T. A. ,-ith the Canadian Pacific Railway Co. tv lowing dates: FOR VANCOUVER. 1905 ! .oct. is ; .NOV. 15 : ..DEC. 13 MO AN A AORANGI MIOWERA MONGOLIA CHINA DORIC .OCT. n NOV. . 1 .Nov. 21 NOV. 28 DEC. 12 MANCHURIA l.'.ifiEA ship ALAMEDA SONOMA .. ALAMEDA NOV. DEC. 28 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 a a TJpvaflan Oct. 17 PROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU VIA SAN FRANCISCO. S. S. Nebraskan, to sail Oct. 15 a a Vouailan to na.il Nov. 5 Transfer btreet. the following steamship lines : Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Toyo Kaisen Kaisha Steamship Co. Telephone Alain 86 METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. Issued Every Sunday Morning by the Local Office, U. S. Weather Bureau. THXSM, M BAN SABOM. o a a fisf 29.W 80 72 K 14 30 01 84 72 1 17 . S'Jj O 82 70 W ;8 29 9 60 73 r 19 30.05 SI 89 9 20 30.08 60 71 8 21 80 02 79 68 a 28 o o is 03; 76 00 64 Otii 69 C5' 70 .05! 82 06 68 -10 70 l VAR KE MS X " tc KB 5 8 9 13 12 13 16 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. : 9 J Mi o a" 2 H o x s 1 2P I " S " S 1 z: a o i; g 33 X .J 05 rt- ;a.m p H :a.m. .ji.ni. h.ih. 23 U.47, 1 4; 0.10 6 3.-)j 5 29 V.m. 24 12.45 1 3 0.5V 7.12 fi 4ft 5.595.2j l.u fi 0 5 59 2 14 r T f 8 8 M c.t, i u, i.a I Ai. .oi i 40i6 IHJ5 28 S 5 ?rt 2 1 4 7 2S 8 2i- 8 2SV, 01 5 27 ! 4 17 Z7, 2.53 1.6 3.0 9 02 9 18 6.01 5.27 5 25 ! j i i I i ; 2S 3 35' 1 7 3 50. 9 36 10 09 6 02 5.26 Sets. ; ! i I i 1 i i -9 4 19, 1.8 4.32 10.10,11.00 6.02 5.26 7 14 1 I ! I I . i 0 5.01 1.6 S -.8 10.45 II 5' 6 0 5 -?5 0 New moon Oct. 27th at 7:27 p. m. Times of the tide are taken from the United States Coast and Geodetic Sur vey tables. The tides at Kahului and Hllo occur about one hour earlier than at Hono lulu. Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours 30 minutes slower time, being that of the meridian of 157 degrees thirty minutes. The time whis tle blows at 1:30 p. m.. which Is the ureenwicn, u nours o minutes. Hun nnrf mnnr, 1 .1 vi iuvw uure ivr the vrhoi groun. - -even .l;:ys. twenty-one hours and fifty-sewn minutes is the record time made by the remodeled Inter-Island steamer Claudine on the run from San Francisco to Honolulu, ending at the Oceanic dock at 12:15 yesterday noon. In spite ot the fact that the Claudine came out of the shipyards, almost new, the San Francisco postal authorities refused to give the speedy little steam er any mail. Captain Bennett asked for the mail, but the postal people said "Nay." There was five days' accumu lation of mail and everybody in Hono lulu had banked on the Claudine bring ing it h.ere. The only matter brought was a small bundle of Calls for a local stationery store. The Claudine left here in July. She comes back practically rebuilt. New boilers were installed and the upper deck was remodeled to look like that of the Kinau, and this gives much ad ditional stateroom accommodations. She is also provided with bilge keels and will now be a very comfortable passenger boat. Seventeen new plates replaced others which had been bent or worn. The vessel brought about 600 tons of freight which is to be discharged at the Oceanic dock. The passengers were families of officers of the steamer. The . vessel will be put on her old Maui run next week. A.-H. S. S. CO.'S PLANS. MAZATLAN. Mex., Oct. 15. Repre sentatives of the American-Hawaiian Steamship Company who stopped in this port on their way from San Fran cisco to Santa Cruz say their company expects to ship at least 300,000 tons of Hawaiian sugar annually across the Mexican isthmus under the contract re cently entered into with the National Railroad of Tehuantepec, pending the completion of the Panama canal. Two new steamships are being built for the company at California yards. RESIGN FROM COPTIC. T. R. Newton, for the past three years chief steward of the Occidental and Oriental Steamship Company's steamer Coptic, has resigned his place in order to take charge of the culina ry department of the steamer Hong kong Maru of the Toyo Kisen Kaisha. He will go out on the steamer Coptic as passenger and join the steamer in the Orient. C. SeNvall, who was assist ant to J. Harry, the port steward of the Pacific Mail Company, has been given the position of chief steward of the Coptic. Examiner. ERNEST BEYER LEAKING. The hull of the French ship Ernest Reyer, now moored at the Channel wharf, is leaking slightly and taking in water at the rate of about an inch every twelve hours. As soon as' the coal, comprising S087 tons, consigned to the Inter-Island company, is discharg ed, an examination of the hull will be made. ( , .- SHIPPING NOTES. The S. S. Robert Dollar departs today for Seattle. The S. S. Coptic from San Francisco is due tomorrow. The American ship Falls of Clyde, Matson, arrived at Hilo on October 14 The S. S. Mongolia is due tomorrow morning from Yokohama. She has ac commodations for 150 passengers from here. She will leave for San Francis co on Saturday. C. R. Tyson, who was connected with the steamer Gaelic, arrived from Liver pool to take the position of first officer of the steamer Coptic. He assumed his place on the liner today. Examiner. "I was also on the bridge from the time we started until the ship struck, but gave no orders or even sugges tions regarding- the steering- of the ship after turning her over to the pilot." Captain Thomas Dowdell, be fore Marine Inspectors in Alameda in quiry. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Wednesday, October 25. Stmr. Noeau, Pederson, from Koha la and Hamakua ports, 3:07 a. m. Stmr. Mikahala, Gregory, from Ka uai ports. 4:15 a. m. Schr. Kawailani, from Koolau ports, 8:o0 a. m. Stmr. Claudine, F. Bennett, from San Francisco, 12:30 p. m. DEPARTED. Stmr. Noeau, Pederson, for Mahu kona, Honokaa and Kukuihaele, 5 p. m. Schr. Chas. Levi Woodbury, Harris, for Eleele, 5 p. m. Stmr.. Likelike, Naopala. for Molokai, Maui and Lanai ports, noon. DUE TODAY. Stmr. Maui, Parker, from Maui ports, due early in morning. - SAIL TODAY. Stmr. Mikahala, Gregory, for Kauai ports, 5 p.m. DUE TOMORROW. S. SI Coptic, Finch, from San Fran cisco, due. S. S. Mongolia, Porter, from the Ori ent, due in morning. SAIL TOMORROW. Strr.r. Mauna Loa, Simerun, for Ma ui and Hawaii ports, noon. SAIL SATURDAY. S. P. Mongolia, Toiter, for San Fran- ciscc , pronably sail in forenoon. S. S. Coptic, Finch, for the Orient. piobably sail in forenoon. PASSENGERS. Arrived. Per stmr. Mikahala, October 2S, from Kauai ports. D. P. R. l?enberpr. Mr. Wing, C. Hoy, W. C. King. Rev. A. Ist-nberg, II. P. Faye, F. Reimillar.'., L. ". King. J. M. Spalding, D. Conway, J. Frias and 53 deck. Departed. Per stmr. Likelike, October 25, for Pelekunu. J. H. Wilson. Per stmr. W. G. Hall. October 24. for' Kauai ports. F. Carter, C. F. Herrick, Mrs. Broodbent,.Miss Broodbent, Mas ter Frank Broodbent, O. Choy Chin E. Biela, J. F C. Abel, Mrs. J. A. Oven, Mrs. M. Taylor, J. D. Wlllard. J. S. Molony, J. L. Robertson. E. R. Hendry, j Sister Alb rtina. Miss Minnie Kanoho, K. Klyama. ; 7n:?F3T COMPANY; 2$ f ,-g55y',""'L ' " WS- . ffim mm twtm FOR RENT 1243 Kinau St $27.50 1111 Kinau St 27.50 King 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 FURNISHED. Cottage at 283 Vineyard, has par lor, dining-room, one bedroom, kitchen, pantry, hath, table and bed linen $25.00 FOR LEASE Stores Cor. Bethel and King Streets. HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY, LTD. Corner Fort and Merchant Sts. Houses To Let Kalihi, 3 Bedrooms $18.00 Middle and Rose Sts., 2 Bedr'ms 8.25 Wilder Ave., 3 Bedrooms 50.00 Puunui Ave., 3 Bedrooms 15.00 Scnool St., 3 Bedrooms 25.00 Vineyard St., 2 Bedrooms 12.00 Christley Lane, 3 Bedrooms 15.00 Emma St., 2 Bedrooms 21.00 Vineyard, 2 Bedrooms 18.00 Emma St., 2 Bedrooms 26.00 Beckley Ave., 2 Bedrooms 15.00 King St., 2 Bedrooms 27.50 Beckley Ave., 2 Bedrooms 12.00 Kinau St., 3 Bedrooms 27.50 Beretania St., 4 Bedrooms 35.00 Prospect St., 2 Bedrooms 25.00 Kalia St.. 2 Bedrooms 17.00 Young St., 2i Bedrooms. 25.00 King St., 2 Bedrooms 30.00 2 Desirable Furnished Houses $25 & $75 2 Stores, Beretania and Emma Streets, Trent & Co., KING STREET. Of Valuable Property Corner King . and Punchbowl Streets. , FRONTAGE OF 16S FEET on King Street, FRONTAGE OF 104 FEET on Punchbowl Street. FRONTAGE OF 144 FEET, on Likelike Street. Making a Total Frontage Of 415 Feet Will be sold at low figure. Liberal amount of purchase price can remain on mortgage. For particulars enquire W. L. HOPPER, 11 Halekauila Street, Near Fort. VSSSELS IN PORT. (Army and Navy.) U. S. S. Iroquois, Niblack, from Mid way cruise, Sept. 29. (Merchant Vessels.) Alloe Cooke. Am. sch., Penhallow, Port Gamble, Oct. 9. Aloha, Am. sch., Dabel, Port Towns- end via Kaanapali, Oct 24. Bertie Minor, Am. sch.. Raven. Eure ka. Oct. IS. Brenda, Br. sp.. Learmont, Hamburg, Oct. 5. Chas. Gounod, Fr. bark. Osrer. New castle, Oct. 22. Ernest Reyer. Fr. sp., Dieulangard, Newcastle (in distress), Oct. 24. Gera-d C. Tobey. Am. bk.. Hersev. San Francisco, Oct. 16. Louisiana, Am. bk., Peterson, New castle, Oct. 10. Mary E. Foster, Am. sch., Johnson. Port Blakeley, Oct. 18. Morning Star. Am. s.s.. Garland, Gil bert Is., July 15. Newsboy. Am. bktn.. Peterson. Grav's Harbor, Oct. 23. Nuuanu. Am. bk.. Jcwslvn. New York. August 2. Pacific. Am. s.s., Gillespie, San Fran cisco, Oct. 5. Restorer, Br. cable s.s.. Combe, Mid way I.. April 24. Robert Dollar, Am. s.s., from Tacorr.a, Oct. 22. S. D. Carleton, Am. sp., McLeod, New castle, Oct. 9. Sofala, Br. bk.. Auld. Newcastle ept 29. W. H. Smith, Am. sp., Ellis, Newcas- ' tie, Oct. 20. I Sole HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Honolulu, October 25, 1905. ; Capital iPa.a Cp VAME OF STOCK, Val, Bid. Ask, Mekcashle. C. BBEWjtB A Co SL'UAB Ewa . ' f i.ooo.ooo a oo i 5.000.000 l.i0",00' 2,:12.75 20 T. 100 l-'J 100 i t:3 V0 ; 3 nil ! Haw. Agricultural .J Haw.l oiu.iisugttr 'o Hawaiian ugr Co.. Hoimuiui HouokHa Haiku bbbuku f.ihel flan. Co. Ltd.. Kipahulu.... Koloa McBr He Sue.Co.,Ltd. Oahu Sugar Co- Onotuea... Ookala Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd... Olowalu Paauhau SugPlauCo. Pacific Paia Pepeekeo Pioneer Waialua gri. Co Wailuku Wailukii bugrar Co. Scrip .r Waioianalo Waimea -sugar Mill.. MldCBLLANBOCS-Iuter-islaud 8 S. Co. H w. Electric ilo H. K. T. & L. Co., Pfd H. K- J. fe L. Co.. C... Mutual Tel. Co O. K. & L. Co HiloR R. Co Honolulu Krewiag & Maitiug Co- Ltd - . MVS 2.000.000 71.000 100 ;13i4 140, 2,000.000 "-JO 500,000 10' 500,0O! VO ?,- 00.000 5i ltW.OOO! NX) 000 100 3.5"O,000; W 3.600.' 00 100 1,000.0 0 20 500,000 20 5.000,000 20 J 50.000 10 J 5,0OtKH.; 53 500,(00 10" 50.000 100 7S0,K) 100 2.750.000 100 4,50'l.O 0 100 700.000 100 ... : in-, 1&5 2 j 29 .. ; 30 . 150 6 j 6 .00 75 i2 215 60 145 ;35 10 indoor- 00 252.0TO! 100 155 100 - 12,001 65 1.500,00 V, 100 ill? 500,000! 100 jjja l.tao.oocj M j 113 70 150,000 10 4,CC0 00Di 10 8W 90 . 20 I 20 i 25 i i ,100 400 003 26 Bonds. 'Amt.outj Haw.Ter., 4 p. c. (Fire standing; Claims i S15.000 Haw. Ter. 4 p. c (Re- funding 1W05 6O,000 Haw. Ter. 4)4 p. c l.OOO.fOO Haw. Ter. 4p.e . .. 1.000,00" Haw. Gov't., 5 p. e 209,000 too cai. Beet sue-. Kef Co. 6. p. c. 1,000,000 Haiku 6. p. e 3.0,000 102 tot 103 C5 tiaw. v,om. a suboj Co. 5 p. c 1,677,000 Haw. liear 6 i. c 500.000 112 Hllo R. R. Co., 8 p. c. ! l.OoO.OOOl ... ! 60 108 con. j. i. at Li. do.. 6p.c I 70a,000 1107 iwanuKu o p. c 200,000 . O. K. & L Co. 6 p. c. - 2,000,000 . Oahu Sugar Co. 6 p.c.l 75O,O00j . Olaa Sugar Co.. 6 p. c. 1.250,000 . Paia 6 p. e i 450,000 Pioneer Mill Co 6 p. c.i 1,250,00: 1100 '105 jl02 lies '100 UOl ro 104 1C0 Waialua Ag. Co. 0 p.e.l l.OoO.OOO ... Mctiryde 8ugar Co 750,0001 SESSION SALES. (Morning Session.) 25 Hon. R. T. & L. Co. Com., 67.50; 5 Oahu Sugar Co., 100, SALES BETWEEN BOARDS. 200 Kihel, 7.50; 100 Haw. Sugar Co., 33. LOCAL OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES WEATHER. BUREAU. Alexander Young tsuildlng, Honolulu, Wednesday, October 25. 2 THKBMO. K e515 WIND : S K K Sg g 5 ':' I ? 1 ii g l Bo ' D id g S. 2.E : : : 2. : r : g : : ; WOO 29 99 81 72 76 . 26 88 4 at .... 1901 29.93 80 68 71 .03 78 7 Ke .... 1902 29.92 84 67 76 02 74 2 S .... 1903 29.98 79 72 76 T 62 1 N ... 1904 29.99 80 71 76 .10 6 9 K 7 1905 30 00 81 70 75 12 66 6 N 6 ATge 29 97l el 70 76 I 09 73 I 5 k ALEX. M'C. ASHLEY, Section Director. Classified Advertisements. WANTED. PARTNER with $5000 to take a half interest in well established business; good salary guaranteed. Address, "Partner," Advertiser office. 147 CARPENTERS WANTED. FOR MILITARY Post at Kahauiki: only first-class men with modern tools need apply; long job and going wages. Address applications to H. H. Burrell, Box 638, Honolulu. 7242 SITUATIONS WANTED. BY YOUNG lady as saleslady or sew ing by the day in private family. Address Z. G., this office. 7242 FOR SALE. CHOICE fox-terriers. For particulars as to price, etc., call at Gazette of fice. 7242 A PIANO box buggy, also nearly new, at a bargain, lars at this office. harness; Particu- 724g A 1000 GAL. wooden tank; in good con dition; for sale cheap. See R., this office. 7242 BEAUTIFUL potted plants for sale Inquire 36 S. Vineyard street. 7240 COMPLETE set bound volumes Plant ers' Monthly. 22 vols., 1882 to 1904. Uniform binding: full sheep. Price $175.00 Address P. M., care Hawaiian Gazette Co. FOR RENT. A STORE at the corner of Wilder Ave. and Keeaumoku St. Apply C. H. vhite, Public Works Dept. 7243 THE COOLEST, cheapest and most centrally located rooms at Helen's court, Adams Lane; also rooms suit able for light housekeeping. 7209 OFFICES FOR RENT. THE STANGENWALD." only fire proof office building in city. LOST. $20 REWARD for the return to E. W. Quinn. Honolulu, one dark chestnut horse, which strayed away from house above Pearl City courthouse, last Friday night. 7242 J. W. A. REDHOUSE CHRONOMETER. WATCHMAKER AND ADJUSTER OF NAUTICAL INSTRUMENTS. I make a specialty of repairing fln watches and watches for railroad use. Merchant St., Half Block from Post-office. Halstead&Co.,Lid STOCK AND BOND LOANS NEGOTIATED. Members Honolulu Stock Exchange. and Bom4 5-Mclntyre BuiIding-5 FOR RENT Residence on Wyllle St. lot at Wahiawa. FOR SALE 22 acres, Wahiawa; resi dence on Young St.; house and lot oa Prospect St.; Palolo lots with Hono lulu view. Loans negotiated. Abstracts of titles W. L. HOWARD, Financial Agent. CHAS. BREWER & CO.'U New "York Xino Bark Fooling Suey Bailing trm New York to Honolulu on about Sept. 15, 1905. FREIGHT TAKEN AT LOWEST RATM. For freight rates apply t CHAS. BREWER & CO., 27 Kilby St., Boston, or C. BREWER & CO., LTD., Honolulu FOR LOT at corner of Anapu ni fstr ;( t and about lO.Cffliw! 1 Wilder Avenue. Area square feet. FOB BENT. HOUSE on King street, beyond Thomas Square, next to Alexander Young's residence. Apply to W. W. CHAMBERLAIN, Room 206 Judd building. $200 Cash and $25 a Month Will Buy You a Home. Wilder Avenue, near Punahou: New house, containing 2 bed rooms, sittlngroom, diningroom, parlor, kitchen and bathroom, with porcelain bath tub, electric lights, house mosquito-proof. 7500 square feet of land. THE WATERHOUSE COMPANY, LIMITED., Judd Building. Professional Cards ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. PHILIP L. WEAVER. Law office. 7i Merchant street. Cases in real prop erty not accepted. ACCOUNTANT L- DE L. WARD Accountant and Auditor. Mclnerny Building. DENTISTS. HENRY BICKNELL. D.D.S. Union street, corner Hot'ei; Tel. Main 28. A. B. CLARK. D.D.S. Room 311 Boa- ton Building. SURVEYOR. J. S. EMERSON. Surveyor and en gineer, 607 Stangenwald building. MUSICIANS. MRS. HERBERT S. EWING. Teack. er of piano. 444 Beretania ' street. HUGO HERZER Teacher of eiBfUflfc corner Beretania and Miller Sts., M Bergstrom Music Co. 250 00 $300.00. In small monthly installments will buy you a nice lot in Nuuanu tract, the healthiest and coolest suburb of the city. A fine lot (77x139 feet) on Middle St., Kalihi, with a good stable and W. C, all fenced and planted in bearing cholc fruit trees; water laid in. Only $700. Terms easv. For rent, neat cottages at all priced In different localities. HORSE PASTURE. Fine maniania pasture, close to town, at $3.00 per month per head. J. H. SCHNACK. FINE RESIDENCE FOR SALE. Situated on car line in the ifcjst desirable 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 improvements. Large grounds improved with many valuable and rare fruit trees. Servants' quarters with stationary washstands and porcelain bath; largs table with box stalls. Size of lot: 200x300 feet Price, very reasonable, much blonf Its actual value. Terms: Easy. Further particulars upon applicants U J. H. FISHER. WANTED --A Crowd of People ! To come and dictate terms for rent ing the BEST FURNISHED ROOMS In town for the money, unless our terms are acceptable, to wit: J3, $10 and $12 per month. It is a cut of 59 per cent from our previous charges, but we look for business and are In for competition Remeo-rber, YOU CANNOT GET BETTER ACCOMMO DATIONS for the same amount of money. MANAGER NEW ERA HOTEL, 71 41 Fort ft-. sTvt-r T)syv r ( ? 1