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SUNDAY ADVERTISER, JULY 8, 1906. 14 I- !'' -' ' 1 A': Sunday Advertiser JXatered at the Postofflce In Honolulu, ti. T.. as second-cla.ss matter.) Published Every Sunday Morning. by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE Co., Ltd. Von Holt Block. 65 South King St. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Delivered by carrier In city, per month 25 Mailed to any address for 1 year In the United States or Territory ef Hawaii 300 HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Honolulu, Saturday, July 7, 1906. Cantta! i NAME OF STOCK. IPaid.Cp i Val, Bid. Ask. I $1,000,000 noo ! Mercantile. C. BaswxB k Co Iwa Haw. Agricultural. 400 5,000,000 1,200,000: 2,312,755; 2,000,000 750,000 2,000.000 ooo.ooo: 500,000 ?.5oo,ooo; 160,000! SOO.OOOj 3,5410,000) 3.600,100: 1,000,0 fli 500,000 20 100 100 '20 100 20 100 20 50 100 100 20 100 20 20 20 100 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 700 100 100 100 100 10G 10 1(0 20 20 23 V, Haw.Com &sugar Co I 89'vo5 ttawaiiaii augur uo Honomii HocoMaa, Halkn Zahukii . . :-5 no li5 I IK I 20 JKlhei Wan. Co. Ltd.. 8'i Kipahulu Koloa McBry '! Sug.Co.,Ltd. Oabu Sugar Co- Ooomea.. Ookala ............ Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd lowalu ?aauhau feugPlauCo. IPacifie Paia JPepkeo.... Pioeer Waiaina agri. Co-.... Wallnku Wailakn Sugar Oo. Scrip.... . ...... W&izu&nalo . . Wataaea Sugar Mill.. MlBCKLLAKSOCS. iwtor-Jaiand S S. Co. Saw. Electric Co....... H. R. T. A L. Co.. Pfd. 3. R. T. fa L. Co.. C... fiutaal Teh Co .R.4L.Co ElloK. R. Co 150 5?, 5' 31! 56 5i 70 .... 17 .... 200 .... 175 140 il 132 135 57 58 275 125 t - 60 125 V.T4 101 60 9 5.000,000 150,000 5,000.000 500,000 750,000 750,000 2,750,000 4.500,000, 700,000 105,O0o 252,000, 125,000 1,500,000 500,000 1,150,000 150,000 4.CC0.000 1.C00.000 400,009 90 Sonolala Hivwlng A Malting CC. lxl .. 25 25 Boxsj. Amt.Out Saw.Ter.,1 . e, (Fire Claim) Saw. Ter. 4 p. e (Ke- standing S15.000 60U.0C0 1.000,000 mnajng iwjo Haw. Ter.4J p. c... Haw. Ter. 4 p. 3aw. Uov't., 5 p. o ... fcal. Beet A Hug-Bit. Co 8. p. c. .... Baiku ft. p. o...- 1.000,0001 209.000 1,000,000 102 800,000 1,677,000 500,000 1,000,000 7C8.000 20U.000 2,000,000! 101 Haw. Com. A Sugar iO. a p.e..- Haw. Kegar 6 p. c... HUoR.lt. Co., 8 p.c Uoa. R T. 4 L. Co., tp. Haauku ftp. c Co. 6 p. c. tDJa Sugar Co. 6 p.c M&aSngarCo-B p.c. Paia 6 p. e Jitter MM Co.6 p.c. Walalaa A g Co. 8 p. o. McBxyde Sugar Co. ... I 100 105 100 I0i 101 75O.0OW 1.250,000 450,000 150,1100 1.000,000 2,00.000 104 U8 94 23.1275 paid. t65 per cent. SESSION SALES. (Morning Session.) ;100 Ookala, 5.375; 50 McBryde, 5.375; 20 "Waialua, 57.50. SALES BETWEEN BOARDS. 25- Eva 23.625. LOCAL OFTICE OF THE UNITED STATE3 WEATHER BTJSEATJ. Alaxaiidftr Young Building, Honolulu, . ' Saturday, July 7, 1906. THERMO. WIND - 9 3 1 7s 5-2 to 5 (5 3900 j3e-C 86 75 80 . 00 B5 3 nb ... 1901 30.04! 85 68 76 42 75 2 si 3902 30 04 5 72 78 .OH 73 3 nk .. 03 S2 96 85 72 73 4)3 64 2 SB .... 6804 SO-OS 83 7a 7d 03 71 5 ne ... 1805 ;5H.W 61 71 71 .00 68 1 NB 10 1206 '30-00 82 72 77 04 63 2 5K 8 g:a0-0 84 72 78 09 69 I 3 W ! - WM. B. STOCKMAN, Section Director. METEOROLOGICAL ifECOED. Issued JEvery Sunday iforning by the Local Office, U. S. Weather Bureau. WIND TEBBll. If BAN BABOK. Of CP 0 O T3 a a .2 Q. 5o -S 1 30-01 80 74 00 64 4 NB 11 Al 2 ' 30-02 80 73 T 66 5 HE 9 T 80.02 82 71 01 72 K 8 W .4 30-00 . 81 71 Li 70 . ft Xs T 5 8"l.00 82 71 0 72 7 NE 7 9 6 30.01 82 75 Ott' 63 4 nb 7 7 30.00 82 72 Olj 63 2 Ni V 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 to prevailing direction during 24 hours ending at 8 p. m. Velocity of -wind is swerage velocity In miles per hour. WM. B. STOCKMAN. Section Director TIDES. BTJN AND MOON. o "3 go e i 90 . b a a do 03 ffi si i S -ft of PDi-IFt nm a m.'p.m.i ) i (jets 2r I-30j 1.9 0 05 6.08 8 325.22 6.46 2.13 2.18; 2.1 1 ( 6 56 9.285. 22 6 .46 3 02 III 11 4 8 00, 2.2f 1 58, 7.40 10.15 5.22 6 46 3.55 i I I 1 i I I 1 5 - 3.43, 2:2 2 48, 8.24 11.00,5.23 6 46 Rise f I lli 6j. 4.25 2.2 3-35 9 05 11.42 5 23 6 46 7.3G 7"5.04 2-1 4.2) 9.4s! ..- 5.23 6.4;l 8 29 I I l-m. I ! 8 5 4'' 1 9. 5.11 10 33; 0.20 5.24 6 461 9.14 11 T W t F 3 3 Fall moon July 5th at 5:56 p. m. Times of the tide are taken from the United States Coast ana Geodetic Sur vey tables. The tides at Kahului and Hilo ocur about one hour arlier than at Hono lulu. Hawaiian 8tar.aar3 time Is 10 hours 0 minutes elewer than Greenwich tme, being that of the meridian of 1E7 degrees thirtv mnsutes. The time whis tle blows at l:fc) p. m which is the eame as Greenwtc, 0 hours 6 minute. Bun and toon ae for local tiis fr tka whole wonp. WATERFRONT NEWS f .... ) ... .V . ' J .... . THE LARGEST PASSENGER STEAMER IN THE WORLD. The new Hamburg-American liner Kaiserin Auguste Victoria, which com pleted her mai.len vo3'age last month, is the largest ocean-going passenger'' steamer ever built, surpassing even her huge sister ship, the Amerika, in the magnitude 'of her dimensions. The Kaiserin Auguste Victoria measurea 700. feet in length over all, with a beam of 77 feet, and a depth from the boat deck to, the keel of 87 feet. Her gross tonnage is 25,300 ton;?, and the displaces 45,000 tons. In addition to the usual luxurious equipment of the modern steamer, she boasts a palm garden, a flower shop, a passenger elevator, a gymnasium and a restaurant independent of the dining saloon. The ship is a kind of marine sky scraper, with nine decks towering one above the other. She has a complement of 598 men. , READY FOR WOOD BLOCKS. The work on the new Brewer wharf has so far progressed that the laying of the wood-blocks pavement w ill be ' commenced on Monday or Tuesday, j The blocks are already on the wharf, ' having been brought here from Puget Sound. The wharf proper is practical ly finished, the main flooring, upon which the blocks are to be laid, having been finished during the week and planed off. The wharf is to have a fine shed erected upon it, and it will be a complete affair when finished. The Inter-Island Company will use the new wharf for the steamers Kinau. Clau dine, Helene, Maui and Lakelike. PILE DRIVER. SMASHED. On Thursday while the pile-driving shears were being lowered from the scow which lies between naval wharves 1 and 2, the entire structure broke loose from the fastenings and crashed down upon the dock. Several of the timbers were smashed and will have to be replaced by new ones. The scow and pile-driving apparatus were towed to Honolulu from Mare Island by the naval transport Lawton. The appara tus was intended for preliminary work at Midway Island, but it was finally decided to use other apparatus, as the towing of the scow by the U. S. S. Iroquois would be difficult. SHIPPING NOTES. The schooner II. C. Wright, Xielson, 16 days from San Francisco, arrived at Mahukona on July 5. The naval transport Lawton is here from San Francisco about third week In July, en route to Cavite. There is a rumor that the sailors on the S. S. Alameda may be ordered by cable to strike, before that vessel is ready to return to San Francisco, which is next Wednesday. There is a feel ing, however, that there will be no trouble at this end of the line. Owing to the lack of information as to when Captain Very, the new com mandant for the Honolulu Naval Sta tion will arrive here, the trip of the Iroquois to Midway will be delayed. It is thought that the commandant is coming on the S. S. Siberia. Captain Slattery, the Engineer Corps officer who has been making the surveys at Midway, may not go to the island this time, and the work there may devolve upon Lieut. Carter. Lieut. Cushman will accompany him and assist. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Saturday, July 7. Str. Iwalani, Piltz.'from Koloa, 8:05 a. m., w.Th j)000 bags susar. Str. Niihau, W. Thomxson, from Eleele and Waimea. 6:20 a. m. Str. Ke Au Hou, Tullett, from Kauai ports, 5:53 a. m. Str. Kir.au, Freeman, from Hilo and way ports, 9:45 a. m. DEPARTED. Am. bk. Olympic, Evans, for San Francisco, 11:30 a. m. DUE TODAT. Str. Likelike, Naopala, from Molokai, Maui and Lanai ports, a. m. Str. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, from Kauai ports, a. m. A.-H. S.'S. Nebraska !, from Seattle DUE TOMORROW. T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Maru, Filmer, from Yokohama. SAIL TOMORROW. S. S. Enterprise. Youngren, for Hilo and San Francisco, p. m. S. S. Kirkfield, Watson, for the Colo nies, probably a. m. PASSENGERS. Arrived. Per str. Iwalani. July 7, from Koloa. Father Rodrigues, Father Emerson. 2 deck. Per str. Ke Au Hou. Julv 7, from Anaho'.a. George H. Fairchild. S .leok. Per str. Niihau, July 7, from Eleele. Paul Isenberg. 1 deck. Per str. Kinau, July 7. from Hilo and way ports. C. A. Long, S. Par sons, John A. Noble, G. J. Boisse C. Kukta. Jarnes Crane. L. Petrie, A. E. Cox. M HougLtailing. F. M. Kilev. Miss Mary Low, Charles Caceras. E. A. Loebenstein, Miss Hawkes, Master Hawkes, W. Buckle, H. B. Gehr, Mr. Sawada, Mrs. Sawada. J. McAuliffe. Mrs. J. McAuliffe, F. Fredenberg, M. Hemington, G. Carr, H. Sauber, L. Warren, H. A. White, F. Meyer, Mrs. F. Meyer, Mrs. Meyer and servant, Miss jrn-' , . piw - B. Meyers, Mrs. A. Reist, Mrs. W. Mc- ; ,, .,' ,,', er, C. K. Simpson, H. Akong, G. Ewa liko, Mrs. G. Ewaliko, D. A. Hamman, H. Strubecrf, L. J. Warren, J. H. Fuller, H. J. Hayselden, E. C. Campbell, Mrs. Fred Field. Master C. Field. Master F. Field, Master A. Field, Elder W. W. Bent, Elder P. H. Cowan, Father Maxim, Father Cheston, Father Thomas, Mrs. A. Wall. VESSELS IN POET. ARMY AND NAVY. 5. Revenue Cutter Manning, Rob- U. erts. U S. S. Iroquois, Carter, Midway, June 19. (Merchant Vessels.) Alameda, Am. s.s., Dowdell, San Fran cisco, July 6. Aloha, Am. scr., Dabel, San Francisco, June 29. Enterprise, Am. s.s., Youngren, San Francisco via Hilo, July 6. Eva, Am. scr., Eureka, June 27. Gerard C. Tobey, Am. bk., Scott, San Francisco, June 21. Irmgard, Am. bktn., Schmidt, San Francisco. June 26. Kirkfield, Br. s.s.. Watson, Newcastle, June 23. Mohican, Am. bk., Hersey, San Fran cisco, Juna 27. , Morning Star, Am. s.s.. Garjand, Gil bert Is., July 15. (Laid up.) Philippine, Am. scr., Frederickson, Gray's Harbor, June 21. Restorer, Br. cable stmr., Combe, San Francisco, Feb. 9. Rcsamoi d. Am. scr., Chase, San Fran-i low. June zz. -Tillie E. Starbuck, Am. sp., Winn,- New castle, June 29. TBANSPOBT SEBVTCE. Thomas, sailed from Honolulu for; Guam and Manila, June 23. (In dis tress at Guam.) Logan, sailed from Manila for Honolulu and San Francisco, June 30. Sherman, sailed for San Francisco, July 6. ! Sheridan, sailed from San Francisco for Honolulu and-Manila, July 5 NOTABLE VISITORS LULU. OF HONO- Among the distinguished people seen in Honolulu during the past couple of years are Prince Fushimi of Japan, Prince ' Pu-Ltrn of China, the Duke d 'Abruzzi of Italy, Prince Boris of Rus sia, Sir Claude Macdonald, Baron Mun sen Von Schwartzenstein, General J. F. Smith of the Philippines, General Cor- bin, IT. S. A.; Secretary of War Taft, Alice Roosevelt, Sir Ernest Satow, Cap tain Ginther of the fugitive Russian cruiser Lena; II. E. Tuan Fang, His Im perial Ifaiesty's Ilich Commissioner; Ti Hing Shi, His Imperial Majesty's Hiarh Commissioner: Major General Sumner, IT. S. A.; Jacob Schiff; Rear Admiral Stevens, U. S. N., (retired); Bishop Hamilton, Jack London, Richard Harding Davis, George Ade, Takahira, Japan's Minister at Washington during the Japanese-Russo war; Admiral Evans, U. S. N.; General Mac Arthur, U. S. A.; Mrs. Jane Stanfor.l, Marshall P. Wilder, Rear Admiral Whiting, U. S. X.; Dr. David Starr Jordan, Surgeon General Wymaii, Congressman Hepburn, E. H. Harriman, Wm. Jennings Bryan, Admiral Montt, of the Chilian navy; Prince Ferdinand of Savoy, Bourke Cochran, Commander Lucien Young, U. S. X.: lion. Win. Redmond, Hon. Wong Kai Kah, ex-Governor Caleb West, Sur geon General Suzuki, Japanese navy; Claus Spreckels, Minister Lloyd Gris com. Admiral Goodrich, Henneker Heaton, M. P.; Mrs. Fitzhugh Leo. Con gressman Longworth, Senator Hale. 1 LOCAL BREVITIES. The Y. M. C. A. has? a new secretary coming from the East. The father of A. B. Loebnstein of ', Hilo died at Scranton. Pa.. June 13. j Rev. E. B. Turner will speak at the; Prison at 11 a. m. today on "Baseball Next mail from the Coast should be here on Tuesday by the steamer Cali fornian. The Alameda will take a carload of fresh pineapples In boxes packed by the Tropic Fruit Co. A special train took the Kahuku plantation people to Ha'eiwa Hotel for the fireworks and dance n the fourth. About twenty couples danced until H . , . . . , At Central TTnion Phnrfh tortnv Rev. J. Walker Sylvester will preach 'at 11 a. m. on "The Christian Man." and at 7:30 p. m. on "The Life that is Called xuc Vuuuu u.vuru. C . . 1 " t l 1 r- ii octmutu .vuu veneer wu wie vvaii, doing the act in one minute, nine- teen seconds. The steer had 150 feet start. Charles Lindsey was next by one seqond. All members of Hawaii Chapter No. 1, Order of Kamehameha, are requested to meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the residence, No. SIS Ilaniwai street, in order to take part in the funeral of their deceased brother Pakala Manu wai. Payment was made at the Federal court office yesterday of Frank Lecour rier's judgment of $30, with his main tenance bill and costs, against the American ship Hawaiian Is.es. The former statement that costs were awarded against Lecourrier was an er ror. Impeachment proceedings against Deputy Sheriff Chris. Holt of Waianae are to be dropped, County Attorney Douthitt having discovered that less than the requisite number of twenty five voters signed the complaint against the official. Out 'of 27 signers three were found not to be voters. Nineteen Chinese youths, accom panied by Consul Chang, visited the Pearl Harbor lochs last night in the launch Brothers. At least nineteen j started. but a number had to be brought back and disembarked after a short run outside the reef when the sea motion failed to agree with their suppers. "The Palmistry of the Saints" is Mr. Wadman's subject this morning at 11 o'clock in the First Methodist church, and at 7:30 he will speak on "The Greatest Thief in this World." At the evening service Mrs. Hare will sing Whitney Comb's "Ave Maria" with violin and organ obligate All are Invited to attend. Honolulu Plantation Co. has answer ed the complaint of Felipe Rodrigues, who claims wages and damages on a planting contract, saying that plaintiff was lazy and neglectful of Instruc tions in using water. His unsatisfac tory work it is alleged, was the cause of his dismissal, and he declined a ten der of $20.40, the full amount due him. The engagement has been announced by Mr. and Mrs. Marshall C. Lefferts of their daughter, Miss Mary Cozine Lefferts of New York, to Ensign Henry Rawle. U. S. N., of Philadelphia, who is a son of Mr. Francis Rawle of the well-known Philadelphia family, and is related to the Pemberton, Hare and Wharton families of that city. He is now on the battleship West Virginia, in the New York navy yard. Mr. and Mrs. Lefferts are at their . country house, Hedgewood, in Lawrence, L. L, where Mr. Rawle is visiting his fiancee. No date has been mentioned for the wedding. Washington Star. News arrived from Los Angeles on the Alameda to the effect that William Akers, a prominent mining man of Montana, Idaho, Nevada and Utah, had been killed in a automobile acci dent. His wife visited here about three or four years ago with her sister, Miss Stanley, who spent a couple of years in the islands for the benefit of her health. The automobile caught in a street car track and before it could be extricated a car dashed around a curve directly into the machine smashing it. Mr. Akers and another gentleman were thrown out and the former died soon afterwards. : BUSINESS LOCALS. New ribbons ex Alameda just opened at Sachs' store.. The Sachs Dry Goods Co., is showing some stylish new street hats. Tender broilers at the Metropolitan Meat Co. and fine roasting turkeys. $1.00 quality wash Taffeta, all colors, at 75c. per yard. Tomorrow at Sachs. Morgan sells furniture tomorrow at the residence of Mrs. Ramsay. See advt. Mrs. C. L. Dickerson's sale still con tinues. Hats from one dollar up. Cash only. Coolest rooms with all improvements at Majestic Hotel, Fort and Beretania streets. Very handsome new dress silks are now on display at N. S. Sachs' Dry Goods Co. Don't fail to see them. AH kinds of shirts made to order at Yamatoyas on Nuuanu street, just above Pauahi. Perfect fit guaranteed or no pay. Beat the beetles and Honolulu may have a "War of Roses" when the win ter tourists visit the Islands. Hobron Drug Co. will furnish the means. A' young lady just from the Coast de sires a situation as stenographer ana typewriter. Has had practical experi ence and can give the best of refer ences. Morgan is offering in his columns several properties that should be in teresting to investors. His column contains reading matter that seems to indicate lowest price and quick sales. THE MAILS. Malls are due from the following points as follows: San Francisco Per Californian, July 10 Colonies Per Sonoma, July 17. Victoria Per Aorangi, July 28. Orient Per Nippon Maru, July 10. Mails will depart as follows: San Francisco Per Nippon Maru, July 10. Orient Per Siberia, about July 14. Colonies Per Miowera, June 30. Victoria Per Maheno, July 25. llftfl REFUGEES mi urrn un nn n VYH1IEU II U DtLl j Mr. Wolff of the Gazette Company's composing room force, who went to ban Francisco for the special pur ! pose of procuring the paper for the , Advertiser's Jubilee edition, returned j from San Francisco on the Alameda. 1 I Mr- Wolff saw many Mr. Wolff saw many Hawaiians In San Francisco and towns across the Dav. Few of them cared to come back . to Honolulu just because they had been 1 rendered homeless by the San Fran r ! cisco faster, preferring to remain on the Coast to await the return of settled ' conditions. Some of those whom Mr Wolff questioned as to wether they ! j needed his help in securing funds for j traveling purposes said they needed no assistance, and would continue to shift along for themselves. t- WEAK SPOTS (Continued from Page 1.) WHY PATTERSON WAS DIS CHARGED. C. H. Smith, under whose personal supervision practically all of the work on the big dam has been done, seems well satisfied with the manner in which Expert Kellogg has begun his work of inspection. He was seen at the dam yesterday afternoon. "So far I have not mixed in this dis cussion at all," he remarked, "but : want to say that all the credit for dis charging Patterson from the job be longs to me. I discharged him and then reported what I had done to my superi or, Mr. Howland. Patterson took oc casion to misquote what I had told him to the Advertiser, and that is why fired him. "We are expecting Mr. Kellogg to go over the whole thing up here and nave asKea him to look into one or two places beyond those which have been criticised." MR. PATTERSON EXPRESSES SAT ISFACTION. "I was with Mr. Kellogg at the Nuu anu dam today and from what I have seen of the way he is going to work I believe that his visit is going to be of the greatest benefit to us," said ex Inspector Patterson last night. "I am going to be with him on Monday to show him some other points I know of which he may think worth while looking into. "Already Mr. Kellogg has pointed out one weakness in the plans, al though Mr. Howland disagreed with him as to there being any defect. That was in the slope into the streambed, on which the plans call for the earth fill to be made. Mr. Kellogg stated that this would be a weak point In the construction unless these slopes Were sacrificed or terraced to hold the earth. "He listened to all that I had to tell him and now it Is for him to say whether I know what I am talking about or not. "I see that Mr. Howland says that the water in the core trench is from seepage, but I know that we had a stream half as big around as my arm pouring in on us from the rock when we were digging the trench, and I think Mr. Kellogg will call that a spring. "I sprung a surprise on them all when I was showing Mr. Kellogg the way the fill was settling towards the mush hole. When I was at work I saw they were filling in all these cracks as fast as they were formed so as not to show the settling, so I covered one of them with a board and then covered that with earth. I was determined that they couldn't hide all my evidence on me, so I hid some myself. When I told that yesterday and said I would uncover that crack for the expert to see for himself, it was quite a sur prise. "Certainly Mr. Kellogg treated me as a gentleman would, and I believe he is all right." THE ROYAL ANNEX SOMETHING NEW. Following is the tempting menu at the Royal Annex dining rooms this Sunday evening, from 5 to 8 o'clock. Special accommodations for ladles and their escorts: DINNER. Soup. Split Pea and Consomme. Fish. Boiled Uku, Egg Sauce. . Salad. Lobster. Entrees. Chicken. Pineapple Fritter. Roast. Beef and Stuffed Turkey. Vegetables. Asparagus and Cauliflower. Mashed Potato. Desert. Custard Pudding, Chocolate Ice Cream, Cake. Tea, Coffee or Beer. -. Christian church corner Alakea and King streets services today: Jr. C. E., 9 a. m.; Sr. C. E., 6:30 p. m.; Bible school, 9:45 a. m. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m., "Finding God in Life's Routine, and at 7:30 p. m., "Mis taken vs. Real Wants; Their Influence and Results." You are cordially in vited to any and all services. G. D. Edwards, pastor. Tr; '""Til"""1"1 wftt Li I. t 1 1 For Rent Emma Street $30.00 Gandall Lane 22.0 Kinau Street 20x0 Matlock Avenue 27.50 Beretania Street 220 Kapiolani Street 2625 Young Street 30I00 For Sale Bargains in real estate at'Ma noa Valley, Kaimuki and Puunui. Also, homes in Punahou and Ma kiki districts. For short time only, we offer a house on Youn street, modern and well-built, lot 100 x 140, for $3500.00. HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY, , LIMITED. Cor. Fort and Mercharl Sts., Honolulu. mm 1 inn TANTALUS OR WAIKIKI. This is going to be a hot summer. The best way to avoid the heat is to buy a place on Tantalus and spend the summer months there. We have two mountain homes for sale and both are bargains. FOR RENT. A nice cottage at College Hills, on the car line; available July 15. FOR SALE. A small piece of land at Wahiawa: well adapted for pineapples. A house and lot, 108x150, on Young Street. $3150. A nice home on Anapuni Street. $3650. A lease, 14 years to run, at Kapiolani Park. Large lot well improved. This s the greatest bargain for the year. AMERICAN MERCANTILE COMPANY (Inc. 1898). Tacoma, Washington. Importers, Exporters and General Commission Merchants. Honolulu Orders Solicited. Cable Address: "AMERCO," A. B. C, 5th Edition. Honolulu Ref erence, A. F. COOKE. J Beautiful Loulu and Lauhala Hats, Mats, Tapas, Baskets, Brasses and Pottery, O HAWAII & SOUTH CURIO CO., Sujpijna Sune. 5 o SEAS Classified Advertisements. BUSINESS CHANCE. $5,000 will buy a well established and paying business. Terms one-half cash, balance on easy payments out of the profits of the business. Party going away;- must sell at once. Ad dress "Business," Advertiser office. 184 WANTED. A GOOD and speedy writer to do some special copying work. Address "P.", this office. 181 A STENOGRAPHER and typewriter; one good at figures. Apply at fac tory. American Can Co. 7461 SITUATION WANTED. - LADY stenographer with good refer ences desires a situation. Address "H." this office. 184 FOR RENT. COTTAGES on Vineyard St., 3 bed rooms, mosquito-proof. Rent $27.50 $30. Apply S. S. Peck, 297 Vineyard. 175 FURNISHED or unfurnished house of eiht rooms, 1087 Beckley St. Apply Honolulu Planing Mill. 7418 FUNERAL NOTICE. All members of Hawaii Chapter No. 1, Order of Kamehameha, are frater nally requested to assemble at the residence of their late brother, Pakala Manuwal, deceased. No. 818 Ilaniwai street. Kewalo. at 3 o'clock this (Sun day) afternoon, for the purpose of at tending the funeral of said deceased brother. By order of the K. A. IV FERNANDEZ. 1S4 Kuauhau CHIN KEE HOTEL, HANA, MAUI. Accommodations for tourists or trav elers. Table supplied with the best to be had. RATES REASONABLE.