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FRIDAY, AfltIL 15, 1892.
Stmr Kllntioa Hon from Hamakua
Stmt Jus Makeo from Kauai
Stmr Kaala from Kauai
Qor bk Paul Isenborg, Woltcis, ftom
Am bk S 0 Allen, Thompson, from Sim
, ,. DEPARTURES.
Stmr Klnau for Maul and HaVmlt at
2 p m
Stmr Jas Makco foffoninl at 4 p m
Scbr Sarah and Eliza for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Pole for Makawell at 3 p m
Am bk Coryphono, Townsend, for Sau
Am scbr Golden Shoio, Henderson, for
For Maul and Uawatl, per stmr Klnau,
April 15 For tho Volcano: J S Scott, B
.Tonkins and Mr and Mrs Macdonald.
For way poits: Miss Itcnwlck, Mis
Holllngcr and 2 children, K W 'Lyman,
jr, IgaMoiI, Tit Kcvworth and 'about
The American baik Coiyphcnc will
leave to-morrow for San Francisco with
a full cargo of sugar. Shu Is lying at
the OSS C'o's dock.
Tho steamer Polo will leave again to
morrow afternoon at II o'clock for Malta
well with several thousand bricks.
The steamers Hawaii and Kilauca Hon
arrived yesterday and this morning from
Ilamakua respectively with cargoes of
sugar. Tho bark Coryphcnu relieved
the former of her freight and tho latter
Is storing hers in tho P M S S Co's waio
houso. The both leave again on Mon
day. Tho American four-masted schooner
Golden Shore has completed taking in
sugar and has fastened clown her hutches.
The Golden -Shore will probably leave
to-monow for the Coast. The schooner
camo down In ballast from Sau Francisco
a few weeks ago.
THE MAKAWEL' PLANTATION.
Two Mounter ItollcrN
The steamer 1'ele on her last trip
to Kauai carried on deck two im
mense boilers, weighing about 10
tons each, for the Makaweli planta
tion. They were supposed to be
the largest pieces of freight ever
shipped on an inter-island steamer.
On arrival at Makaweli, the boilers
were separatelj' taken on board the
scows and conveyed to the shore,
where they were hoisted with hawsers
attached to the engine of the steam
plow at the plantation. By this
means the boileis were slowly taken
over the steep embankments, ranking
a fine sight. Over the gulch a loco
motive took hold and conveyed them
on cars the rest of the distance, two
and a half miles. The boilers were
up at the mill in two hours, rather a
quick performance. Mr. Blackie,
who brought out the first steam plows
from Scotland, had charge of the
plow engine. To complete the trans
portation of Makaweli machinery
there are eight 10-ton boilers and
three 11-ton rollers awaiting ship
ment. ADVERTISING NOTES.
I'll meet vou at tho Brunswick.
The Brunswick are the only Billiard
Parlors in town. (i-tf
Avtek bhaving use Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Benton, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunuukn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Heniiy W. Moulton has been ap
pointed Hawaiian Vice-Consul at
Newcastle, N. S. W.
SunriUHE your little ones with an
Easter-Egg. They have sonio little
beauties at tho Elite "lee Cream Par
Dki.iciouk codec and chocolato will
be served overy morning early at tho
Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigson,
&, Cron. Hotel street. 1-tf
Ernest O. Smith, Hawaiian Consul
General in the Australasian Colonies,
has been knighted witli tho Koyal
Order of tho Crown of Hawaii.
Get your uoots and shoes made
and repaired by the old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. Toknnieb, on East
Hotel street. First-class woik, low
ltAPHAEL do Luchi, Hawaiian Con
sul at. Genoa, Italy, has been investtd
with tho order of Knight Commandor
of the Royal Order of tho Crown of
Shampooino and head-washing done
for ladies at their residence by Miss
Wolf, who can bo found at 711 Bero
tania street, or by Mutual Telephone
098, before 8 a, m. or after 5:30 p. in.
It can ho proved any duy that the
Bulletin is not approached by hun
dreds in circulation by auy Knglisli
daily paper in Honolulu. Business
men who fail to prove or disprove the
foregoing assertion by personal in
vestigation aro doing themselves great
injustice if their lack of knowledge
induces them to throw away their
money on inferior advertising medi
ums. Not only does no other paper
approach this in tho number of copies
now or ever before circulated, but
uone is gaining on the Bulletin.
Besides moro than holding its own in
town, there is not a week without
oidors from now subscribers on the
other islands. The Daily Bulletin
is rapidly pulling down the angient
weeklies wherever coasting stesiraeis
jjo throughout the group.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tun Pacific Iron WorkH will innko
a gonernl start on Monday next.
The baiks S. C. Alien ami Paul Is
enborg ainvcil o(T port to-ilav from
Thk band will
weekly concert at
givo its tegular
Emma Sjuaro to-
Admiral George Brown, wife, con
and party aro expected home from a
tour of the island this evening.
Diamond Hi:a, 3 p. m. Weather,
hazys wind, light southwest. Tho
bark S. 0. Allen four miles oh" tho
Woiik has been lesumed where it
loft off a while ago, beyond Thomas
Square, on tho lioretania Btreol im
provement. Thk prevailing southerly wind is
making life burdensome to not a few
in tliis city. Many cases of sickness
J. F. Morgan will dispose of tho
household, furniture of M. Hyman at
the lattei's residence on King street
on Apr',1 22(1.
Paim.e was tho name of tho man
rcporteil in this paper as having fallen
to death in an attempt to clear a
chasm at Kalaupapa.
An electric lamp has been placed
at tho junction of Victoria and King
streets, Thomas Square, where the
Bulletin lately advocated tho need
The Geiman baik Paul Isunborg
was towed into port this afternoon.
She was sighted this morning, but
owing to contrary winds hail to keop
Tin: city front was crowded with
urchins to-day, enjoying a dip in tho
brine. This afternoon the crowd was
greatly augmented, not a few being
The front of J. T. Watorhouse's
store on Queen sheet has been newly
painted, and presents a pretty appeai
ance. The British coat-of-arms on
the facade has ako been retouched.
An entertainment by the Chinese
Theatrical Company was given in the
Chinese Theater at .noon, to he re
peated this evening, at $1' admission,
for tho benefit of Chinese Engine Co.
Scholars from the Kamehanieha
School and the Kawaiahao Seminary
had an outing at Rpinond Grove yes
toiday. They wttc conveyed to and
from the rendezvous by the O. L. &
Good Friday was generally observed
by the faithful to-day. Many stoies
were closed all day, others shut up at
noon. Government offices closed at
10, and the banks at 11. Sei vices at
the Anglican and Catholic churches
were well attended.
Horn's bakery and Love's bakury
treated tho Bulletin typos to large
lots of hot cross buns this forenoon.
Tho beneficiaries aro duly grateful
md feel fortified anew lo overcome
the crosses daily thrown in their
cases by the literary staff.
.T. FitEDENHEKO, wlio was to havo
played backstop for the Hawaii base
ball team in its game with tho Cres
cents to-morrow, had tho misfortune
of limning a nail into his foot. He
will therefore be unablo to play. D.
Kamakauahoa (tho celebiated Dan),
will play in Ins stead.
Mn. J. E. Gomes denies that tho
watch in court tho other day was
pawned with him. The evidence was
that it was offered in pawn, but Mr.
Gomes would only take it with the
privilege of selling it. If he did not
sell it lie would give it buck to Bogard
when be refunded the money.
Tiiuouoil the kindness of Mr. Pain
a special car will leave Pauoa for St.
Androw's Cathedral on Good Friday
morning at twenty-five minutes attor
9 o'clock. On the evening of Good
Fiiday tho special car will leivo
Pauoa at a quarter after 0 and the re
turn car from the Citliedial at half
Between eight and nine o'clock
last night tho water main on Qupen,
corner of Alakea street, burst and
Hooded the street. It was at tho same
spot whero the break of tho day be
fore occurred. Superintendent J. C.
White was notified and got a gang to ,
work on repairs. w titer was turned
off this morning. Queen street seems
to need a new main.
On Easter Sunday a special car will
leave Pauoa for St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at a quarter after five to accom
modate the worshippers at the 5 :IiO
a. in. services. The ictiirn car will
leave the Cathedral at G-.30, The car
for tho 9 :!t0 morning service will
leave Pauoa at a quartor after 9.
The oilier special cars throughout tho
day will run as usual.
The Bulletin acknowledges with
thanks the receipt from Miss Frances
E. Willard, Presidont of the World's
Woman's Christian Temperance
Union, tho minutes of that body's first
convention in Boston last November.
Tho list of Vice-Presidents contains
tho name of Mrs, Mary S. Whitney,
Honolulu. Mrs, It. Jay Grceno of
this city is mentioned in tho record as
a participant in the convention,
"By their deeds yo
them," In last night's
,ua,,. ft till,
.odiiu Hi mu
Bulletin appeared an advertisement
of a lost dog. It was not a very con
spjouous "ad ;" on tho contrary it w is
a very modeht and unassuming one.
But it got there. Behold the result.
This morning tho residents of Queen
street wore astonished to see an end
less procession of canines all headed
for the office of this papor. Thero
were largo dogs and small dogs; old
dogs and young dogs; good dogs and
bad dogs; in ftiot, dogs of overy do
Bcription, Sonio had small boys at
tached to them, while others were at
tached to small boys. But alas! tho
missing pet wns not among them. Up
to tho time of going to press they
wero still arriving, with Waikiki, Pa
lama and other suburban districts to
j SPORTS. I
Tho admission of the Crescents j
to the senior league will he of
great benefit to the boys through I
plaj'ing with men of longer expel- j
ience on the diamond. That the i
"kids" have the miterinl in them '
for making good ball-players will
not be doubted by anyone who i
watched them from tho grand stand
last season, and their piacticc games
during the past few weeks have lim
bered them up so that when they take
their positions to-morrow it will be
witli a detenuiiution not to be down
ed. Captain Angus lias impressed
upon Ills boys the Importance of mak
ing a good showing at their initial per
formance as Seniois before a critical
audience, and tho nine singly and
collectively vow that the good opin
ion which the captain has of them
will be strengthened from the mo
ment the first man handles the stick.
The nine from start to finish will
bo: Chris. Willis and Geo. Angus,
battery; J. F. Sopor, 1st b. ; Wm.
Wilder, 2d b. ; ' Lionel Hart, s. s. ;
Percy Li3hman, 3d b. ; Chris. Holt,
1. f. ; Frank Woods (bi other of Palm
er), c. f. ; John Grube, r. f. ; and
David Carter, "Understudy."
Their opponents in the first game
will he the Hawaiis, the undefeated
candidates for third place last season.
It is best, pei Imps, that the allot
ment has been thus made for the rea
son that had the boys been obliged
to make their debut befote the htu
dents or the champions it is piobable
that the would have shown eviden
ces of nervousness which will not be
perceptible in contesting a game with
players of lesser note.
The Hawaiis were handicapped in
the beginning of last season by a
very poor battery ; it seemed to de
moralize them to that extent that,
even after they had been reinforced
by Palmer Woods in the pitcher's
box, they could not lecovcr the
ground they had lost in the begin
ning. This year they start on a
fairly good basis with Woods nud
Fredenberg as the battery. Palmer
is a strong pitcher and capable of
contioiling the ball thiough the nine
innings. How lie and Johnny will
work together remains to he seen.
Fredenberg, a couple of years ago,
was considered an Al man at third,
but it is not every good third base
watchman who can attend to the
arduous duties that fall to the lot of
the man behind the hat. Last year
was an off one for Fredenberg, for,
though he donned the uniform of
the Honolulu nine for the first games
of the series, some trouble with one
of his Hngcr3 prevented his playing
through the season. His perform
ance was not such as would suggest
his name for a place ou a profes
sional nine. lie showed a "tired
feeling" that might have been caused
by his bad finger. We look for bet
ter things from the young man this
year and disappointments don't .go.
It must be lemcinhored Hint eacli
of the four clubs is fighting for the
pennant and it's anybody's race;
cither of the clubs playing to-morrow
lias an even chance witli the nines
that played last week. If the weak
nine is to be made strong there is
but one lemedy encouragement by
tlie public. Playing to the umpires
and the "bleachers" on the fence is
like a theatrical company playing to
a bad orchestra and a half dozen
kerosene lamps. They lose henrt
and don't paiticularly care where the
hiahest number goes on tiie score
board. . The management of the
grounds has spared no expense in
putting them in order'and in making
patrons of the national game com
fortable. Prof. Berger and his band
boys make the afternoon all the more
enjoyable by their presence and even
this will be increased when the pro
fessor gives some of tho selections
from the ancients a clean shave.
"Nancy Lee" at this late day would
demoralize even a San Francisco nine.
Holy week is drawing to a close
and lovers of lawn tennis will put on
their stylish garments and battle for
supremacy in this fascinating game.
It is rather unfortunate that thero
are not more tennis players here,
whero private lawns offer such admi
rable opportunities for good players.
One who has spent any time in east
ern cities knows the numberless
obstacles that are encountered in '
procuring a half way decent court, j
There, as in England, thegame is con
fined almost eniirely within the limit i
of the 150 ciicle, the members of i
which have their town and country
residences. How very diffcient,
then, it is here in Paradiso: so iiiaiiy j
houses are on grounds of ample j
dimensions for tho thotough gratifi
cation of lovers of this heallhlul and '
invigorating sport. '
It is understood that tho prelimi
nary arrangements aie being made
for a tennis tournament in which
I r:nn TM..n(( Alloc rwl Italian IMr-ft
shall know;, . .,,., ' ,, Ern(!Sl Wo(lo.
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IIOUSO, WHO lllU qunu uiu uusi uuim-
lers of the ball and racquet in the
kimrdom. will tako part. As usual
j the scries of games will be played nt
the Wodehouse ami Mcttinuin courts,
but would it not be better for those
who deshe to put life into tennis and
to givo it a more piominet place
among the sports in which ladies may
indulge, if the games were piayeu on
more extensive grounds and where
more ample arrangements are made
for non-players, It seems, to an
outsider, that tho advantages olfercd
at the base ball giouuds are superior
whilo tho privacy of the players
would in no way be Intruded upon
by persons who were "not expected"
to ba present.
Though it is within a few days of
being two months before the racing
events open considerable activity is
being shown around tho stables.
Several now horses aro being put in
condition for certain of the races on
tliollthand each owner feels that
he has a sure winner.
Among the late acquisitions is
"Johnny Goldsmith," a pacer of
considerable local fame. lie is be
ing handled !3' Tom Hollingcr and,
if tho horse meets his trainer's ex
pectations, he will give "Johnny
Ilnyward" a close race when the
W. II. Kiekiird has his stallion,
"Duke Spencer," in town looking as
fine as a fiddle. The Duly has a
couple of Btablc companions that arc
believed to be "dark" horses.
Billy Cornwell still has his horses
at the home stable on Maui, but it is
probable they will bo down and
placed in training during the next
few weeks. Mr. Cornwell's stable
now consists of "Johnny Hnyward."
Lord Brock, "Billy C." (a pony),
and "Walkapu Maid." Besides
these he ha3 a few others of lesser
note, the whole comprising a stable
which, unless all signs fail, will
bring the Duke of Waikapu sufficient
returns from the pool box next Juno
to buy him a more extensive stable.
"Lord Brock" ran on three legs last
year and made an excellent showing,,
doing five-eighths or a mile in LOG.
This horse will be entered for June
Utli and will do even better than
this. "Johnny Hayward" will have
his superiority contested in the free-for-all
this year by "Johnnie Gold
smith" and it's shoe strings to a
tannery that the latter hoise will win
John A. Cummins has Yum Yum,
Traveller, Queen L., Hot Stuff and
Ivory in training at his private track
at Waimanalo. These horses will
not be biought over to this side un
til the first week in June. It is pro
bable that Yum Yum and Senntor
Stanfoid will try conclusions. If
theso horses are brought together
look out for a great race. Queen L.
of this stable is a promising filly and
will make a record. Hot Stuff, the
pony, is being trained and ridden by
Cal. Leonard and is showing in bet
ter form than last year. It is proba
ble that this horse will be cnteied in
the same class as Cornwell's Billy C.
If this is true Hot Stuff will proba
bly be the favorite on a five to one
basis with Hot Stuff at the long end.
I wouldn't want to be a pool seller if
what I hear about Billy C. is truo.
The following teams will play the
second game in this year's season
on the League grounds to-morrow.
Game will be called promptly at 3:30
JJ. Katiinkauaoa c . .
Palmer Woods .p.
John Parker. 1 b .
M.K.Kcohokalole 2 b
J. l'eiry 3 b
.1. Thompson . . .s s.
A. LaweUwo . .If
J. Kuhio c f.
Geo. Komi . r f.
, . . .G. Angus
. . P. Lishmiui
... L Hart
. F. Woods
. . . D. Carter
S. Mahaulu .
.sub J. Grnho
The following will be the order of
services at the Catholic Cathedral
this week :
Service, 10 a. m. ; Stations of the
Cross, 3 p. m. ; Stations of the
Cross (Port.), 0 p. m. ; English Ser
mon, 8 p. in.
High Mass, 7 a. m.
High Mass, 10 a. in. ; Rosary,
Sermon, Benediction, 3 p. m.
"I have Just recovered from a sec
ond attack of the grip this year,"
says Mr. Jas. O. Jones, publisher of
the Leader, Mexia, Texas. "In the
latter case I used Chamberlain's
CoukIi Remedy, and I think with
considerable success, 011I3' being in
bed a little over two days, against
ten days for the first attack. The
second attack 'I am satisfied would
have been equally as bad as the first
but for the use of this remedy, as L
had lo go to bed in about six hours
after being 'struck' witli it, while in
the first case I was able to attend to
business about two days Tiofore get
ting 'down.' " f0 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
nnVO Nicely Furnished
X Booms centrally located.
Enquire Bulletin Olllce.
rpWO FuiiilBhcil Cottars,
JL two 100ms In each. Rent
814. Apply to
S. E. PIERCE,
Cor. Fort & Mei chant sts,
DUVAL PRKMISKS, 31
Iterctanla stieet, opno-
aito Foit-stieet Cluireh. Ap
ply to K. I. L1LLIE,
$82 tf At Theo. II. Havh'H & Co.
house & lotTok sale.
Young street. Houbo
contains Ilvo 1001ns,
Mlt-hen, bathroom, etc. Lot
For further pin Honiara
DltAFT No- M7 of the Hawaiian
Agricultural Company dated Jan
uaiv "0, 1801, lu favor of Jose du Souza
Venauclo. for 824. All persous aie cau
tioned against cashing tho drall.pay-
hivlnir been Hopped IM 3t
Are We On The Eye of a
This question seems rather start
ling at first blush. But wo tlo not
mean a political revolution ending in
blood. Wo simply mean a revolution
of practical usefulness. You can't he
useful unless you'ro well. A great
many of us aro "pretty woll," others
are not. This season is particulmly
trying. ThobO who are well take
Sarsaparillas to keep oil' trouble;
those who are sick are taking them to
retrain lost health. We have Scrih-
ner's, Ayer's, Jov's, Hood's and Hri.
tol's Sarsaparillas. They purify and
enrich the blood ; it makes food
nourishing, work pleasant, sleep re
freshing and life enjoyable.
hi our nuikai window you will see
some bottles of mineral waters. These
aro often prescribed by physicians for
various complaints and are said to be
efficacious. You might try some
Buffalo Li til in Water, Hunyadi Janos
or Carlsbader Sprudel and see what
they can do for you.
"It's a splendid dentifrice," said a
gentleman after trying a sample of
Dr. Sheffield's Cream Dentifrice. Try
a sample tube. Wo still have a few
free samples left.
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO..
Corner Fort z JClnu wrrootH.
'V II J3
llalng acquit cd the property of tho
Union Iron Works Co. offer for
sale at reduced rates
Hardware & Merchandise I
Bar Iron and Steel,
Gas Pipe it Fittings, Brass Valves,
Olobo, Angle & Check, Iron & Steel
Plates, largo assortment;
lUnnk Nuts, hexagon and squaie,
hot and cold piesed; Boiler Tubes,
Boiler Ithcts, Brass Kod & Brass
Pipes, Etc., Etc.
Also, all Surplus Stock cl Machinery.
Small Casting?, Jobbings & Repair Work
Attended to with despatch.
tQr For terms apply at olllce Queen
street, or P.O. Box 380; Mutual Tel. -187.
U!)2 2w Paoiflj Iron Work Co
Published Every Thursday
AT IS 4 A VKAII.
The Leading Chinese Paper of
EST" Advertisements Inserted nt Low
ltatcs! Job Pilutlng in Chinese Kcatly
ttflkc : : 53 Nnnnun St.
Weekly Sale of Horses
The First Sale to be held
On SATURDAY, April 2X,
AT 14 O'CLOCK XIMlX,
At the Premises in the tear of the olllce
of .1. I. Dowsett, on Queen street.
Honolulu, April 14, 18112. 3U5 St
BICYCLE NOTICE I
THE " STERLING "
Has a Beautiful Double Dia
mond Flame! All Ball Beat
ings! Dust Proof and Oil Re
taining! Cushion Tyres! Cush
ion Folks! Cushion Seats!
FUIHCO I'KHJKS ! ,
trOidcrs taken to anlve foi the
CASTLE & COOKE.
QUARTERLY dividend Is duo and
r. payablo to the Mockhohlcn of tho
piiiv, at their olllce on
April 11. 180.',
W. 11. MCLEAN,
Honolulu, April 12, 1892. 3D I 3t
Lost, Strayed or Stolon.
A Little IM.iek Dog with
white throat, ans
wering to the namu of
"Uomeo" haw been lost.
A suitable ruwaul will bo
given for Its return to this olllce.
h 30 1 :it
FOR SALE I
A SPRINGFIELD 30-LIght Gas .Ma
chine hi complete working 01 tier
and guaranteed. Will bo sold upon
favorable tei nib to the purchaser. Also
a few Ilaudsoino Fixtures. Apply to
800 tf King struut.
Island Shells and Curios 1
WIIOI E3AUK and retail, cheap for
cash, at 101 Fort street, between
Eulerir iliy goods
Uertz's shoo stora.
store aud Frank
Pacific Iron f oris Co
ADD ZEST TO IT
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreokols' Bank, Honolulu.
104 Fort screen, Honolulu.
pecial.Value in Ladies' Night Gowns!
See what we are now "soiling for SI.
Good Cotton and
OUR SKIRTS FOR 30 CENTS'! CAN'T BE BEAT 1
LADIES' CORSET COYERS !
IN GREAT VARIETY AND IN ALL, SIZES I
The "OLD Stores
CONSTITUTING TIIE "riONELR" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 1850 BY C. 15. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING TIIE
Fiii'iiii'c, Cabinet Milking, Upholstering & Underfaking
Uiiilms In Honolulu aro still extant, and the hueines", Its originator and
pi ("-cut proprietor heie to stay. Having puiehiioed tho entue iuteiest of
tho late thin of II. II. Williams & Co., comprising the largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
T2ver In Honolulu; pi lueip illy selected uv II. 11 Williams during his lato threo
monthp' lsiit to the Cuar, I now offui this suoek aud future aililitionB for
CASH at prices much lu-s than heiutoioio charged.
tgy-Thc undci signed In resuming his old place and business would respect
fully tender his giatUi.l thanks foi the libciul pationago of old friends of this
and neighboring Islands, and hopes tn mei it a continuaneo of their favors while
soliciting a share from new fm'iids; and again offers his services In
Moving; Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Mattiny of Superior Quality Furnishod and Laid by Competent Men
BS- PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -a
Anil he is sure to get
a good Negative, be
cause lie u.ues llio
M. A. SEED
IO! t'ort Mtreor.
O A. W .I-A WTORE!
100 Fort .Street, tti'ttmsr lllnck.
Ifrhltiy, u iinluy nml Mouiln., wo will ofl'er our
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
REGULAtt PRICE, 75 j
8 Button Sao Gloves, 75c , regular price, ?1.
No. 2. 6ooj No. 3, 70pi No.
A badly cooked meal gives
about as much satisfaction as
jolly that don't jell. There's
no reason for you to sit down
at your .own tabic and eat
dyspepsia promoters, while wo
sell the celebrated Fisoiieu
Sti:i:i. Kaxgu. Every arti
cle of food is thoroughly
cooked in less time than by
any other stove.
They save their cost in fuel
00 and 81.25 1 They aro Well-made,
Nicelv Trimmed 1
ite Skirts !
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