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1 MmMiiL. -JiMMMW
OrrtcK of Tim Boahii or IIkai-th,)
Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1800. )
Sealed tendets will be received nt
this offlco until noon, TUESDAY,
Dec. SO, 1800, for the erection in
Honolulu of a Stable mid Cottage
for tho use of the Board, to bo fin
ished by the 10th of Junuary, 1891.
Plans and specifications way be
teen nt the olllco of tho Hoard.
The Hoard does not bind itself to
accept tho lowest or any bid.
President Board of Health.
The above reward will be paid for
information which will lend to the
arrest and conviction of the party or
parties who shot and killed Chnng
It Sing, at Wuhncn, Kauai, on Dec.
12, 1S90. C. L. HOPKINS,
Honolulu, Dec. 1C, 1890. 737 lm
Iti accordance with Sec. 1, of Chap
ter XXVII of the Laws of 188G.
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates, are
hereby notified that the water rates
for tho term ending June 30, 1891,
will be due and payable at the office
of tho Honolulu Water Works on tho
first day of January, 1S91.
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days after they are due,
will be subject to an additional 10
Parties paying rates will please
present their last receipt.
Rates arc payable at the office of
the Honolulu Water Works, in tho
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Woiks.
Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1890. 741 tf
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Bates, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
6 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 4 to G o'clock
Chas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works.
C N. SrENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Sale of Lease of Government
Lands in North Kohala,
On TUESDAY, January 27, 1891,
at 12 o'clock noon, at tho front en
trance of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold
at public auction, the leases of the
following Government Lands in North
Kohala, Hawaii : "
Opihipau Containing an area of
479 44-100 acres.
Upset price, $336 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Hukiiui Containing an area of
241 7-100 acres. ,
Upset price, .$ 1G9 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Offico, Dec. 27, 1890.
'X' 1J Id
Pledged to neither Sect nor -Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, DEC. 29, 1890.
A dozen or more United States
Congressmen attacked Porter's cen
bus on the lGth instant. The con
sensus of the debate was that there
was no sense in Porter's census.
It is announced that a bill will
soon bo Introduced Into Congress
appropriating 8100,000 to defray
the expenses of an expedition for
the exploration of Alaska. The
party is to remain in Alaska three
years and is to settle all hitherto
conflicting reports concerning the
geographical nature and natural re
sources of tho territory.
It is announced that un attempt is
to bo made this week to purchase
tho superb bust of tho Into King
Lunalllo, by Mr. Allan Hutchinson,
by means of subscriptions. If tho
plan succeeds tliu bust will ho pre
sented to tho Kainuhumchu School.
Wo loarii upon enquiry that If the
subscriptions should full greatly
short of tho price pluyotl upon this
work of uit by Mr, Hutchinson, It
l I wry fclioi tly hu sunt to Kuropo
fur exhibition ami iuIq, H would
bo a great pity for tliU excellent
Inut (o leave liuvyull, vrturo It jiio-
Hie anxious member of tho late
lMorm party who "wnnU tn know"
what Uio picscnt Cahlnel Intend
tlutng ttboitt the Vnlu.1110 rond, when
they lutetitl to begin woik thereon
and how they Intend to Initiate such
work, etc , etc., should bo able to
solve his own dllllctilty. For In
stance, ho ouuht to have enough of
what Is enlled "good lior90 sense"
to as lune that the present Cabinet,
us honest men, will begin work on
the Volcano rond wheu the blunders
of the lato Uabluet are straightened
out and the old Volcano road debts
are pnid; that when work is begun,
it will be on the square and not on
the Thurston plan ; and that the
road-building reform of "a fair
Held" and no Reform party extra
vagance will bo shown" to all the
"good men" in Hilo district, who
are longing for Voloano road con
The political situation in the Unit
ed States is at present somewhat pe
culiar, if not a little vexed, when
viewed from a party standpoint. It
cannot be said that an- particular
political party, or faction within a
party, is to blame for tho present
unfavorable condition of politics.
Yet it is acknowledged that such
unfavorable condition exists in spite
of all parties. At present but two
parties can be designated as in the
field preparatory to the Presidential
strugqle of 1892, although there
arc claims that a third party will
inevitably arise as one of the poli
tical results of Tariff reform and
the dissatisfaction expressed at the
The past history of politics in the
United States, however, warns most
people not to place much reliance
in a party of local and mushroom
growth cutting much of a political
figure in a national election. These
ephemeral political organizations
prove that a political reaction is al
ways equal to some undesirable
party action, but they prove little
if anything more. Every party thut
has become a national factor in Am
erican politics has been of slow and
laborious growth, consequent in
every instance upon the unfitness
and disintegration of one or more
political movements, marking an
other step in the development of the
It would not be the part of wis
dom to broadly allege that no party
of sudden birth would be able to
influence the trend of national pol
icy to a pertain extent. But it is
in strict keeping with the history
and logic of political events in the
United States to assume that no
party of this kind, the immediate
result of local dissatisfaction or sec
tional demands, will ever secure suf
ficient and continuous support to
substitute certain reforms, however
desirable, for party platforms of na
tional dimensions, such as have for
long periods represented the antag
onistic political forces of a great
Even if the late election in the
United Slates be considered as the
beginning of a great political break
ing up, time would still be demand
ed us the chief clement of success
and should, consequently, impress
us with the fact that the next Presi
dential struggle is to be fought out
mainly upon the old lines by the old
parties. This being admitted, as it
is by those thoroughly conversant
with the history of American poli
tics, most people arc looking closely
at the present "political tendencies"
to discover, if possible, which party
will be most likely to secure victory
at the next election, under the nu
merous difficulties surrounding both
the Republicans and Democrats.
The Republicans would be less
confident, if they could fathom their
defeat by the discovery of large De
mocratic gains in tho majorities
against them ; but this they cannot
do, as a rule. The Democrats would
be more confident, if they could as
sert that they had won a close vic
tory upon parly issues clearly made
and of long standing; but this they
cannot do, as a rule. Tho clearest
heads in both these .great parties
acknowledge they are at fault as to
the future, and nro at present cast
ing around to discover how greatly
or how little their respective organi
zations are likely to bo injured by tho
abnormal polllicul conditions which
were fully exposed by tho lato Gu
C0BREOTI0H BY DH. LUTZ.
Jo my lust letter of Deo, 27th, tho
concluding sentenco litis been much
tillered in printing, w as to com
pletely ulmiigo Its meaning, I wrote
"A to tlin two other (ilia distent
liiK phyBlelmis) wo huvo ntlll to
learn wliul tho riUutun In llielr
opinion, Pit. Lut4,
1 SO UUIIIIU)
uuiMiiiiii. jiuiwy iwumi iinnim
l fnruiHii cmiitre, fl pt r
1 liintnllnf Inn mi it U-c fpu-t nn HI.
I .luhii'n Dji.v r.vriiliig.
I Tho following olllucrs of Unreal
! inn Lode, !'' & A. M , wrru In
I stalled Saturday I'vcnlun;, St. John's
Day, by Mr. John A. llasslngcr, P.
I M., assisted bv Mr. J. M. Monger
I rat. P. M.i
John Phillips, W. M.
J. D. Tucker, S. W.
W. P. Love, J. W.
W. M. O iff mil, Trens.
T. C. Porter, Sec.
J. H. Soper, Marshal.
A. Mackintosh, Uhnp.
A. R. Rowat, S. D.
M. N. Sanders, J. D.
Benj. Whitney, Tyler.
II. More, P. M.
After adjournment the Lodge and
visiting brethren repaired to tho
ante-room, to carry out the Masonic
tradition, "from work to refresh
ment." An excellent collation was
spread on three tables by Mr. Ham
ilton Johnson of the Uumilton
House, assisted by his elHcient
steward and waiter btaff. When the
attack on the substnulials had gen
erally subsided, Worshipful Master
Phillips, presiding, opened the bill
"The Grand Lodge of California."
Secretary Porter, as representative
at the Grand Lodge, respond
ed. He referred to the prosperous
condition of the Order all over the
Union, mentioning the magnificent
temples it owned in Boston, Phila
delphia, and other cities.
"The King." Received with
"Our Visiting Brethren." C. B.
P. M. Hassinger, by command of
the W. M., then carried out the
functions of toasting master as fol
lows: The Worshipful Master, Senior
and Junior Wardens, Senior and
Junior Deacons, were honored and
each gave a graceful aud pithy re
sponse. Mr. Taunatt interposed with the
health of "Past Master Hassinger,
the life of the Lodge," to which
tuat wot thy brother responded and
"To all poor and worthy distress
ed brethren wheresoever they may
be." Honored in silence.
"The Press." D. Logan of the
R. More, the sitting P. M., in re
ply to a call for a speech gave a
song, "Sweet Afton Water."
"Learning and Knowledge in Ha
waii." G. (Jarson Kenyon, teacher.
"Bro. Hill's health coupled with
the Boaul of Education." Walter
"Our Sister Lodge le Progres de
1'Oceanie." F. J. Higgins.
"Our English Brotherhood." J.
The Worshipful Master, shortly
after eleven o'clock, called for
"Auld Lang Syne," which was sung
with a will and the fraternal gather
ingdisperird. There was a general
consensus of opinion in parting that
St. John's Day had been very
LODGU LE 1'UOGUES.
Mr. David Dayion, P. M., install
ed the officers of Lodge le Progres
de 1'Oceanie. The following is the
list, some of the appointed officers
not yet being named:
F. J. Higgins, W. M.
W. H. Lowell, S. W.
Geo. Houghtaiiing, J. W.
J. S. Walker, Treas.
Dan. McMillan, Sec.
. John O. Dominis, Orator.
T. II. Rehm, Deputy at Paris.
The lodge adjourned for refresh
ments to the ante-ioom, where a
bounteous banquet was spread.
Lodge le Progres is the pioneer of
masonry in Honolulu, and is holding
on its way with steadily improving
CORRECTION OF A SLANDER.
Editor Bulletin :
Allow me brief space for a note to
my friends. Some unprincipled
villifier and his associates have given
currency to the rumor that I have
become unfit for public office on ac
count of habitual drunkenness. In
consequence of this cruel and base
falsehood my family have been much
annoyed by the sympathies and con
dolence of misinformed people. To
those who know me well a defence
is needless; to less intimate ac
quaintances let me say that I have
not bo suddenly degenerated from
my usual quiet and studious habits
to become a common drunk, as I am
accused of being, nor is it likely to
happen. My family and intimate
friends are tho best referees for
this. Hiitrar F. Poor.
Dee. 21), 1880.
DIFFERENCE IN THE CLIMATE.
Province of Quebec "Woo Is
mo I I'm bankrupt. Last year I
had n deficiency of 81,750,000 and
next year I'll be $1,800,000 short.
It actually makes tho climate feci
colder when I think of ill"
Kinodom ov Hawaii Bankrupt,
did you say? Why, thut's nothing
I'm broke all the time, but I don't
lot that bother mo, I just go ahead
appropriating with tropical indiffer
ence to pay tho deficits of former
administrations and then turn tound
fill up on pol,"
Province or Quebec Pol I What's
pol, will It pay debts?"
KiNonoM of Hawaii -"Pol? Oh,
pol's imllvo grub Hint teacht'B humi
lity unit inukos povurty easy,"
i LLi'lulinn iigiilmt lliu Ilink'Tilr.
vim" iiiiim bu piUMiiiletl in diiplU
outo lit Ihn nllli'o ut Thfo, II. Duvlim it
Uo, nn urlivfuN noon, on 'l'UMIMY.
lliu UOIh Dueeiuhi-r, otiivru'Jtv limy will
not ho HMgulwM, 747 It
XMAS AHO MW YEAR.
The Intent mid neumt novelties
suiliiblo for Xinas mid New Year's
presents, mull ns Oxidized Silver
Piaster Cases, Oxidized Silver La
dles' Companions, Oxidized Silver
Cnrd Hooks, Oxidized Silver Juwel
Onsen, Oxidized silver Vliuiifiivttes
with Pin and Chain, Oxidized Sil
ver Match Sales, Oxidized Silver
Clgarettu Cases, Oxidized Silver
Shoe Hooks, Solid Silver Stump
Boxes. Also, Celluloid Goods in
great variety. We have received
nu Immense stock of Ladles' All
Linen Hcmstiohed Handkerchief!
(colorud borders), whioh wo have
decided to sell for only $2 per
dozen; they bent anything in the
Handkerchief Hue; will be glad to
show them to you ; big bargain for
tho holiday. We arc prepared to
show you the (luest and best select
ed stock of Ladles', Misses', and
Children's Trimmed and Uutrimmed
Hats, all Ihe latest styles; all new
goods. Also, remember our Grand
Silver Gift Sale. Silver Presents
to everybody who purchases 82.50
wortli of goods. Come aud pay us
a visit before purchasing elsewhere.
CHAS. J: FISUKL,
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner Fort aud Hotel streets.
Second Term Opens Monday, Jan. 12, 1091
Classes in Bookkeeping or Vocal
Music will be formed.
Mr. P. II. Dodge, lute of the National
Academy of Design (N. Y.), will have
classes in Drawing at the College or
The regular woik of the term nl-o
includes thn following: EnglUh Lan-
f;ungc, English Literature, Rhetoric.
..atm, Greek, Fieuch, Algebra, Geo
metry, Physical Geography, rhemlstiy,
Physics, Geology, History aud Instru
The Bonrdlng Department will be
managed as heretofore, and th; Trus
tees are confident that it offers better
privileges ns a school-home than can be
obtained eNewbere for the same, money
gT For further Information, iiddress
. F. A. 1IOSMER,
747 Ot Honolulu.
ON and after January 1, 1801, tho
prices of Ico will be as follows :
Under 10 lbs 1 cts per lb
10 to 20 lbs 1 us pet lb
20 to no lb & -'ts per lb
50 to 2000 lbs 1 etpcrlb
Tons Lots, one delivery
'.. 15 per ton
lee Packed and Shipped
1 cts per lb
Boxes to be charged for according to
All orders on the books of either
Company will be continued unless
PEOPLE'S ICE & REFR'G CO.,
UNION ICE CO.
P.v ties desiring to make any change
in their oiders can do so by notifying
L. C. ABt-.ES,
Olllco Union Ice Co., or by Telephone,
Mutual Tel. 375; Bell Tel. 482.
9 K SHARES of the Pioneer Building
J-iO & Loan Association Stock, on
terms to bu ariangcd. Paid upvalue
to date $102.50, exclusive of accrued
dividends and interest.
.1. H. REIST.
Honolulu, "Dec. 2fi, 1R90 745 fit
BliO ' ?; l.KGM'.UtNS 1
BliOWN Leghorn Co.Ke
relsfursa.c. guaranli eil
wuii.in Ostrich Farm," IC.-v
-r plolanl Park; Mutual ! t-.-
ptl Olio 325. I'.'.l.'i tf
LOST or STOLEN
NE Brov n ntrrcl
small 'm" on neck.
Finder will be suitably
rewarded by ri turn
lng samo to
e TVTO. X Adnms T.-iiu 1 T-nrtrn
awiva rv - . . : . ".
msfssi J- roni iionui
Apply at premises.
J&ra&SL ' VllFi largo estate know- as
fefigyg I Kuhukti Ranch, Kim,
It Hawaii, wiin an its Uejong-
, .iraw . Ings. Tho Bunch ci.-iilnins
181,000 acres. There is on the Ranch
a large and valuable forest ot Koa and
Ohla. For further particulars, apply to
UQ tf Kau, Hawaii.
READ THIS I
FOR every 1C0 Hawaiian or other
Paelile Islands' Stamps received, I
will post four I nglish illustrated papers
per week for a mouth, or will scud onu
of the latest Kugllsh, Fieuch, German
or Spanish novels, Stamps of other
countries sent in exchange for those of
Huwnil. All manner of articles sunt in
exchange for used postage Hiunpa aud
postcards under special arruiigeiueiits.
.JULIUS T. ASHTON,
Importer, Withlugtoii, Nr, Manches
ter, England. 735 lm
NOTICE to ARCHITECTS !
GROUND and. Elevation Plans for a
Hailois' lioiuu building to bu
eieotcd on tho bile H. IC. corner of Alu
kea mid lliilukitullu streots, 'M ft, on
Ahikuii Htiuet, uinl 00 ft, froiitiigu reii
neeiivnly, me linked fur, lo ho linudod
In to tho iiiuluridgiied on or beforu fub
rutiry I, I Bl.
A piUuuf not) will bo n warded for
lliu bom phut mill it prucd of 8&0 for llto
Kueoud bent phui vuhmutml,
bir Vur puiiluuiui apply to
I', U. UQOKK,
W, U, DAMON,
ij . iuihi r
Auuiioti .vtlth 0) Juiltb P. Mulg m.
Assignee's Sale !
Bv order of Mn. L. !l KERR. AoMgnro
of the Etntn of Arlug, h tinnkr tipi , I
will Fell ut Publlu Auction, iitmj Sides
i oom, Qiueti sticet,
On WEDNESDAY, Doc. 31,
AV Ml O'OMH'K A. SI.
The stock of Goods ot paid estate, com
prWlugt WHITE COTTONS
Wool t Cotton Shirts,
Towels, Ready-mnde Clothing,
Dlagouala, Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MOHGVN,
AUCTION SALE OF
On WEDNESDAY, Due. 31,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. II,.
At my .Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell ut Public Auction, Household Fur
Antique Oak Bedroom Set,
Mattraases, Oak Chairs,
And to close consignment
6 Yehret Finish Eugs,
" 8 Rattan Clothes Baskets,
J.ipanesu & Reed Screens,
Msat Safes, Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
Valuable Building LOTS !
On SATURDAY, Jan. 10th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
16 FillB BUILDING LOTS,
Situated at Kitlilii, adjoining the Ka
niehamelia Schools aud fronting on
The Lnts are on rising ground on
the niauka side of the street, aud are
all coven d with grass and trees, and
command a magnificent view of
Honolulu and the surrounding coun
try. Water is at pret-ent laid on
from the Kamehameha School pie
miscs. The healthful situation and near
ness to the King-s,treet Caiv, com
bine to make these the most desir
able hols ofTered for cale.
g0 TERMS: One-half e.-ibh,
one-half at 7 per cent.
A map of Ihe property can ho wen
at my Salesroom, where nil fuither'
information can be Oblniued.
I have just r reived a large assortment
of Now GootU suitable for wedding and
holiday gift'', consisting of tho follow
In all styles aud qualities;
In the newest patterns;
Afternoon Tea Cloths,
In Silk & Linen,
Fancy Linen Cloth In sets,
DamasK Table Clothe,
In all Blieg with Napkins to mutch
design, etc., etc., ctu,
t?r These Goods are all Imported by
mo direct from tho manufacturers uud
are guaranteed to glvo satisfaction to
720 U W. V. HI'KOIIIX.
from mid after tliU (lulu wo
will not be rDjipnindblo for mry
freight ufter sumo hu been
IhihUhI, 1'uillci to whom
frolglit U eoimlgued miut bo at
tho luudlug to I'ueulvo thor
WlWmVti H. 8, Qo,
Hwwlulu, MpL 6, W, W tf
ntd Wta'i innwW.B..fc' mn ' i-iiH
I K IN
i TRADE J
mmmsmirniiemmiwm' Bim $fmfi'rm''vwmtimiivxi iiiipiiimnm',in"iM"inn
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL,
PETER HIGH, - PROPRIETOR,
01Uau,.&. Works, : J s "Vlluluju, nunrQuuoh St.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Screens
is&ESKwvnwZ '-ZZTZr 722,11' i . .in..,.,, 22 "E
fi&ouidings, Turned & Sawed Work.
Having secured the services of Alls. O. B. UIPLEY, Architect and
Building Superintendent, I am now prepared to furnish designs for every
description Ot building and will contract or superintend the construction of
0&" Please call and ex.imino dc-ignw bufnru pi icing your orders else
where. Prompt attention to i.ll oulers dec 27-90
BBWVr-SISff-Hii ?TW5SEEB3S : - --- re w .7' ,: -r. .-. -.-. i-ga.--
LLSchumanJ fEIIRl. CO.,
Have in stock and for sale 1
3 Ladies' PhaetonsL
Of the latest style.
ALSO, A FINE LINE OF
Carriage and Buggy Harness,
ROBES and SUPPLIES.
HawaiisrtTramway Go., L'fl.
On and nftei January 1, 1891, any
paicel not esceeding 10 lbs. in
weight, ligilily addressed, and having
a parcel stamp hflixed to it, will be
received by the conductors (or dri
vers if no conductor) of any of the
Company's cats for conveyance to
any point on tho lines.' Persons to
whom such parcels are addressed
may meet the earn and claim the
parcels; or in the event of their not
doing so the parcels will be depo
sited at the nearest receiving sta
tion. Arrangements have been made to
deposit pairels at Wni lUhu's, the
Chinese store at tho Palatini tei mi
nus; the Chinese stores at Pmioa
terminus, Itiilo Uaiitje, comer of Pu
iiuhiiu and Berctania ktteotp, Old
Waikiki, Long Branch and Waikiki
Bridge; alto, at the refrofhmont bar
next Levey's, oil Fori hlieet.
No parcel will be received unlets
stamped, and no portion of the stamp
must bo detached. A stamp with
any part theieof detached will not
PARCEL TICKETS may bo pur
chased at tho rate of $1.05 for ten, at
the stores of tho Hawaiian News Co.
and T. G. Thrum ; or at tho Com
pany's office, at Punahou, at $1.
Jflif Parcels will bo carried en
tirely at consignor's risk. 744 lw
THEjinnual meeting of the members
of the Sailors' Home Society will
bo held at the room of the Chamber of
Commerce on WE I N USD Y NEXT,
the 31st December, 1800, at 10 o'clock
a. M. Immediately after adjournment
the Board of TitiBtees will hold Its an
nual meetlug. Per order.
F. A. Si II EFEH,
Honolulu, Deo. 23, 1800. 74a lw
THE annual meeting of the stock
holders of tho Mutual Telephone
Co. will bu held on MONDAY. Jim. 12,
lR91,ntlO o'clock A. si, at tlm Com
pany's building, Every stool.holiler Is
requested to attend, as a proposition to
consolidate with the Bell Telephone Co,
win uo nnu ueiore tiiem lor considera
tion, C. O. UERGEK,
710 td Secretary.
Oahu Iliilhvny & Lund Co.
AHPEOIW, meotlng of tho stock
holders o tho Oiiliii linllwav &
Laud Co, will bo held at tho Chamber
of Commurcu Booms In Honolulu, on
WEDNESDAY, Deo. ill, 1800, lit 11
o'clock A. M , for the purpoeu of amend
ing (ho By-law ami oilier linpoituut
uiuliiueg, W, O. aHHU'Jy,
Rmiliiry O H. A l Co
Honolulu, Deo, J7. 1800, 78 Id
A WOMAN or Mil to do hniivovvoilj
, in mnull family (no vwuhlng).
M llii.,f, P. JIOWlSN'fl,
. - .r .V?T' . -4 ."
.iv. .v viwa
Jtut.. v ,ie. , y
No. 92 FORT ST.
Are now showing a Large New
Stock of Goods suitable for the
Holidays, comprising Diamond
Jewelry of nil kinds; Brooches,
Earrings, Bracelets, Bungles,
Lace aud Scarf Plus, Rings,
Ladies' and Gouts' Gold and
Sliver Watches aud Watch
Chains, Native Jewelry, Clocks,
Silverware, Gold Headed Caucs,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
KaT Prices within the reach
of all. Give us a call. 728 1m
Is called to the large stock of
Now on hand and to arrive on tho
They comprise everything to bo had in
many various lines.
OF ALL KINDS,
Umbrellas & Canes
Mounted In Gold & Silver,
Etc., Ktc, Etc.. rtc.
S?" Store will bo open ovenings for
two weeks previous to Christmas.
727 3w H. F. WICHMAN.
Wm. G. Irwin. . President (to Manager
Claus Spreekels Vice-President
Walter M. Giffard
Secretary & Treasurer
Theo. O. Porter Audltoi
AQENTS OF THE
Ocoaiic Sinansl Cuft,
Of Hum K'rmirlHro, Cat.
JC. B. THOMAS,
Contractor ujpglB & Buildar.
Estimates Given on "lick, Iron, Stono
& Woodeti Bulldmgs. Jobbing
KEEPS FOR SALE
Btlck, Liino, Cemoiit, Plaster of Paris,
Marble Dust, Wire Laih,
California North Beooh & Santa
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