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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11, 18U4
'khnf.iiav, Nov. II.
8tmr Wninlonle for U-ilmltm, Kiikullinle
niul Itonoknn nl !)n m
For Yokohama, per I' t H 8 riilnn, Nov
t:i Mr nml .Mm KiiJII, K Ot;tirii, U Chi
iu""e mill 77 Japanem.
For Ksunl, jut slmr Mlknlinlu, Nov 1.1
William Ksiiiiii piiiI wlfo, Mlf I'utniiilti
121, (iMirgp i'alrclilld, V It MnVeluh nml
wlfo, S W Wilcox un.1 wlfo, II H Wilcox
and wlfn, A Cropp niul wlfo, J Klierly, W A
Wnll, Mhi Waliler, Itt-v mid Mr Ien
lnry, V A Hut, wifu mid 'Jclilldrrn, .Mlsi
HoJiJkt, t' Iluluuiiyiif, W A l.'uii!ttllu.
For Maul. per itinr ("Undine, Nov 1.1 -Miss
Spuuldiui;, Mim Curnw.dl, Miss Will
iIHIhM, KI.Hiull. MiiJ.r Mi'll.nialtt. 0 II
- Wells, Ueorffc 0bomu, lli,n A K Judd niul
wife, MltnFI lartt-r, W W Uoodnle ami
wife, Ml I'.rry, Mr-HT Alexmder, Mri
von riiiiky, Judge Kn'.-ir nml wife, 0 II
Dlok-y, It Spreokefii, II U Orrmluii, A N
Oiustcad, Miss Wliltu.
UNO IE OF MONAKOUB.
Krttnlly Tios Which May Toud to
Vreaurvu tho Vonco of Europe.
(UlK-olftl lf:iloli to the Chronicle.)
London, Nov. 5. Tlio Prince of
Wales ought rightly to bo eallutl tlio
undo of mounrchs. Tlio death of
tho Czar lias iitmlo tint l'riiu'o tlio
undo to tho two greatest Imperial
rulors of Europe, tlio Emperor of
uoruiauy aim Jtussia.
is n son of tlio Princu of Wales'
oldest sistur, tho Empress Frederick
of Germany, and tho latter is tho
sou of tho Princess of Wales' young
er sistur, tho Empress Dammar of
Russia. Tho future kings ul Ureeco
and Kouinania are also uophovvs of
tho Priuco of Wales, his uioco. tho
daughter of his oldest sister, ooiug
married to tho Greek Crown Prince,
and another niece, tho daughter of
his brother, the Duke of Edinburgh,
being tlio wife of tho Kouinania heir
apparent. Tho next King of Den
mark is tho Priuco of Wales' brother-in-law;
and tlio present King of
Ureeco is the same relation.
Olio way and another, did family
relationship rule such matters, ft
would bo a rather dilhVult undertak
ing for England to become involved
in a European war. There is no
doubt that tho Prince of Wales is
tleeply bereaved at the fato of his
brother-in-law, the Emperor Alex
ander 111. The two exalted gentle
men had tho deepest aireutlou for
each other, ami there had been con
tinuous weekly correspondence be
tween thorn from tho tlatu of Alex
ander's marriage to tho Princess
Dagtuar of Denmark.
Souio time ago at a supper given
in one of tho very exclusive dining
clubs in Loudon, a "a strong man
was introduced to entertain tho
Priuco of Wales -tho guest of tho
evening -for a few minutes. After
the performer had finished his tricks
of lifting weights and breaking
chains tho Prince thanked him, but
remarked: "There is nothing you
have shown mo that could not be
performed with equal facility by my
brother, the Czar. Perhaps," con
tinued tho Prince, "I ought to say
could have been performed, for I am
afraid ho has for some time boon a
severe sufferer from nervousness, and
tho nihilistic gentlemen naturally
afford some cause for anxiety in
LAST NlOHl'B l'LAY.
Duiloy'a Company Oloao Thnlr Regu
Notwithstanding the chilling as
pect of empty chairs for more than
half tho house, Dajley's company
gave an excellent performance of
"Wages of Sin" last night. Tho
cast was as IoIIowh:
LOCAL AND GENERAL MEWS.
Foreign news will be found in the
Court Luualilo, A. O. F., will moot
Men's Shoes, $1.60 up.
M. S. Levy.
Don't miss the native songs and
dance by Miss Stockmeyer.
Judge Frear and wife wont to
Maui by the steamer Claudlno.
Flannelettes 12 yards $1.
M. S. Lcvt.
The Y. M. C. A. monthly meeting
will take place to-morrow night at
The annual mooting of the Union
Feed Co. will bo held tomorrow at
10 o'clock a. m.
Excelsior Lodge, I. O. O. F., will
have a special meeting for degree
work this evening.
Tho Japanese steamers Aikoku
Maru and Miiko Maru are being
utilized as transports.
Jas. F. Morgan will hold a horse
sale in Mr. Dowsott's yard at 12
o'clock noon Saturday.
W. Lanz's dog "Bob" has a sprain
i d ankle, and its owner has conse
quently bought another pup.
Embroideries, largo line, Ham
burg and Swiss.
M. S. Levt.
A donkey engine is being put on
board tho steamer Waimaualo to be
taken to tho Geo. N. Wilcox wreck.
The credit sale at the storo of H.
W. Schmidt & Sons will lie continu
ed by J. F. Morgan at 10 o'clock tomorrow.
KEN WHO ARE MISSED.
Honolulu Loses a Minstrel and the
Police a Few Pets.
Another man is missing. He left
by tho S. S. Australia and his many
friends aro mourning the loss of his
acquaintance, socially and other
wise. This gentleman is W. B. Ash.
Mr. Ash was one of the most promi
nent members of tho "Never Sleeps,"
and took part in many a local enter
tainment. He was about town until
nearly noon on Saturday, and board
ed the boat at tho last minute with
the air of a correspondent with a
late despatch. His frionds now sing,
"Willie, we will miss you."
Two others who have turned up
missing are two of Lorrin Andrews'
liquor nouse and "hotel" spies, F.
retz anu Kuuusen. row sioweu
himself away on a sailing vessel and
Knudsen left before tho mast.
Knudson served a term ont tho reef
for drunkenness and malicious in-
Jury in shooting a chicken. While
n prison his back was affected aud
he did not work. Another informer
completing Andrews' notorious trio
is Slyer. He has not been seen
about town recently.
Captain Searlos, lately of tho City
of Peking, is now superintendent of
the Pacific Mail dock at San Frau
cisco. The placo was previously
hold by Captain Cavarly. Ctptaiu
Ward of tho China succeeds Captain
Searlos on the Peking, aud Captain
Seabury has been returned to his
old position on the China.
pT - Jt'"jj
WKATHKItWAX-tn Honolulu. Nov II.
to the wife of 0. W. Wtnllurwnx, n
.1' A. Niiniitiry
Hli'plii'li Miirlcr . . ,.l. II. Hullwt
Neil DniiiiiMiiiitl l.ouli llulwour
Hurry W'ttntworth Itleliurt Scott
JihImiii .. Jl'uii Wfinvr
Sorvrtiit John llowiiril
ltuth HuiH'. . .. .Mix-K-ite D.ihiloixh
llurl.tim )tilt, Ml tlwuivlcve Nuumiry
ItuHo llccim . . .Mis Mollio Stock nipjer
Jullnmt lllutj'i'N. .Mi 1(1 tin llrlmoiir
Mr. ll-uuiuu llliin-. . Kulu .Mol.ciiniin
Mr. Hallett, as the villain of tho
plot, gave a strong representation
ull through. Tho encounters be
tween Hraud aud Marler gave Mr.
Snow also opportunity for some of
his best work. .Met.. January ami
Scott gave natural aud effective
interpretations of their respective
parts. Tho comedy of tho piece was
ably sustained by Mrs. McLennan,
Misses Helinour aud Slockmoyur.
aud Mr. Holinour. The first-named
lady's clear uuundation and natural
bearing entitle her to recognition a
a local star of tho lirst magnitude.
Mibses lieluiour aud Stoukmeyer
threw the full quota of life into
their parts, never failing to bo highly
interesting. Misses Dalgloish and
Nauuary lost none of tho favor with
which both have been regarded
from tho first of the season. Their
performances were those of artists.
Messrs. Scott and Weiuor, though
having brief lines both, slighted
nothing aud left nothiug to be
desired of them.
NEW WORLD RbOOUDS.
Tyler Does It on u Union Wlittul
Diixtor Will RiUu One.
Another wheel is to the front.
Tho S S. China brought the news
that tho one aud two mile records
had been broken. Tyler performed
tho one mile in I: Is ami the two
miles in 1:0.1, breaking all previous
records for Die dixtauccH mentioned.
Tyler rode a Union.
Tho Union wheel vwn introduced
hero about a mom h ago, aud Unity
Dexter will straddle one in the lucy
do mod of the MlHli iiixt. D Mor in
in training and his friends say he
will beiu II on the record-breaking
wheel. With the Hamblor, Cleve
land, Union ami Columbia bicycles
there ought to be some good rmvb.
Tho roatl race will take place a week
In order to carry out tho injunc
tion of tho Board of Health, consult
tho card of tho Pacific Hardware
Arthur Whito was taken to Oahu
Prison at 10 o'clock this morning to
servo twenty-four hours. His photo
graph was taken.
Users of tobacco will soo an illus
trated card of Hollistor & Co. in
this paper. This firm deals in tho
bosl goods obtainable.
Mr. Narita, in charge of tho Japa
nese Legation, is thanked for a
tihotoirrauh of tho Emoeror'a birth
day celebration at llilo.
Flags on Government buildings
aud foreign legations aud consul
ates are Hying at half-mast out of
respect to tho late Czar.
Ouo of tho government mules foil
down after being brought into the
stables yesterday afternoon. Dr.
ilowal attended to the boast.
The subject for to-morrow's noon
meeting at tho V. M. C. A. will be
Prayer for Bible Headings and Pray
er Meetings. 2 Tim. l:U, 4:8.
Pain's tratnears and buses will ho
run every 15 minutes to and from
iiiiiepoiuieuco ram on vuo nigiu oi
tho American League ball at that
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuaiiu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: zh anil W
cents per night; SI aud f 1.25 per
Marshal Hitchcock received a let
ter by the China yesterday from
Germany, asking for information as
to the whereabouts ol von Lauberg,
an engineer who has boon missing
since July last.
The Hawaiian bark H. P. Rithot,
Captain Morrison, sailed from Sau
r rauclsco on Oct. ill for Honolulu.
She brings a large cargo and a pas
senger list of tourists.
D. M. Crowley, formerly of Hono
lulu, has a long article in the Seat
tle Telegraph ou Hawaiian resources,
giving special mention of the Oahu
Kailway anu Land Company a enter
prises. There is a picture of the
author accompanying the article.
Mr. Crowley is doing much with his
panoramic shows aud lectures, also
ids peu, in advertising these islands.
FOUNDRY CLERK GONE WRONG.
Ho ia Ditmiased for Selling His Em
Joseph Woodward, one of the
clerks at the Honolulu Irou Works,
is no longer in the employ of that
concern. He has been given his
walking ticket by Superintendent
A. Young. Detective Larsen fasten
ed the larceny of tho six blocks of
liu reported yesterday on Wood
ward. Ho had hold the tiu to the
Chinaman. Tho latter intended to
send the blocks away ou the S. S.
China yesterday for Hougkoug, The
transaction between the two had
been so timed that tho four hundred
and eighty pounds of tiu were de
livered yesterday moruinir. Wood
ward has uot been arrested, as his
friends have come to his assistance
and settled with the fouudry, aud
tho management has decided uot to
prosecute tho case. Tho charge of
receiving stolon property against
tho Chiuamau will probably bo dis
missed, but ho will bo punished by
tho los of $1H and whatever profit
he would have made on tho metal.
A Strong Horse
in Tiir. rrsult or csino
A FKESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Juit Arrived wr "8. 0. Wilder."
CALL AND SKK US.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
!omr Quern t Niiusini Hta.
Both Tklkimionks 121.
' VI v
Jfm. 8. A. Zrfebcr
Helpless With Rhoumatlsm
and Without Appetite
Tired Feeling and Pains Dispelled
by Hood's Sarsaparllla.
"I wsj In terrible misery with rheumatism In
my tilps ntft lower limbs. I read to much
almut llooil'i S,irAp.ifllla tlmt 1 thought I
would try It and co It It would relievo me.
When t commenced I could not lit up nor even
tutu over In bed without help. One bottle ul
Hood's Roltevod Me
to much that t wai toon out of bed and could
walk. I had alio felt wosk nnd tired nil the
time t ponM not !eop, nnd obtained so little rest
ft nlalit that I (tit nil worn out In tho mornliikt.
had tiu apellto to eat Mi) thing, but Hood's
Barsnparllki tutored mr appetite so tlmt X
could eat without anr dtitrcss, and 1 hae
Mined rapldl) In itrmcth. I hate taken Are
hottlcnol Hood's Samparltln nnd lnmm well
M over." iM. B. A. l.r.ri:iiKH, I(oitmo)iie, U.
Hood's Pills cure liver Ilia, coti'llpatluii.
biliousness, Jaundice, ilck headache, ludlguitluu.
Hobron Drug Co., IAL,
8n'e Api-nli for tin1 ltiiul)lln of Hawaii.
I.. J. I.KVKY.
V. It. 1IAII.KY,
DAUEY'S STOCK COMPANY.
Wednesday Evening, Nov. 14
(iranl Coiiipliinrntiity 'iVMlinuiilul
WM. R. DAI LEY
FOFUliAU PR.TOIDR I
Uoi I'Uii oiifli nl the iillli'i- til I,. J.
IIS. i m
Good thing need not bu
high-prifi'd, there are curtain
priceH, though, below which
no good, honest article can be
sold ttiose are our piicus
what we call Quick Sales and
Small Prolit price-. If you
pay Ichh you can rust assured
you get less. These are hon
est statements that, economi
cal buyers know are you
one of themV If not, why
Call and see tlue magnifi
cent Cotton Crepes in Even-
Itemnniug on November 1,
18!) I, I intend giving my
CiiMtomers a chance to win a
Prize and not only One Prize
On next Til rite DAY,
November 1st, every Man,
Woman or Child who buys
$1.(K) worth of goods at my
Store (Temple of Fashion)
will bu presented with a Cou
pon Ticket, and on December
20th, the person holding the
largest number of Tickets
will be entitled to the Hirst
Prize, and this Prize will
Finest Silk Dress Pattern
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
JtHT OI'KNKIJ AT
620 Fort Street,
3 Jc"i C9
Si I kolines ! Silkolines !
An fli-pint n rtnii-nl in riRiireil nml Solid Colors.
A new BRMirttnenlol Satin mitl Hntln-Ktlm- Hibbons.iiretty odd shades for Ksncy Work.
NEW STAMPED GOODS!
Co iilstlliL' of StMiipvd Ik Th rintin,
Inir ( lotlir, Side Hoard Scurf.. Hplailiera, Doylin, Ktc.
Fancy Figured and Solid Color Crapes
In l.lfiht lll'ir, 1'iiiK, l.f utiorii, i re:un , l.ivf nder and Cardinal.
Cardinal Cotton Duck. White Matting Cloth,
Jiit the tlilnj! for I.f dW nlume..
NEW FALL WOHSTEiD DRESS GOODS!
In llii' Ulest I'iftlil and btlf )., am) a full anrtiiii-nt ol
SOLID COLOR WORST EI DRKSS (JOOUS!
In .ill the latt't "Imilcs.
in our Store.
holding the second
number of Tickets
An Elegant French Cosh
mere Dress Pattern
Mutual Telephone 507.
Bell Telephone 460.
seiner or better was ever
offered in the market at our
prices, "And there jou are."
(So through the Colored and
Figured Cotton Ducks, the
(iinghain. Oxford. Calicos,
Colored French Orynndies,
Black French Lawns, Linen
Lawns, pick up whatever you
will and but a moment' in
spection will convince you
that if you pay los you will
If you want to go to the
Volcano the one holding the
larirest number ot our checks
will get the round trip lor
nothing. Kenieiiiber this
Wc me hliihhing the prices
this week on WOOLION
III i AN K BTS and WOO I ,H N
SHAWLS, making room for
our immense stock of
C1IU1STMAS (S -JODS.
. . iir j .1
K-arue want your iraoe
and will have it if gootls and
prices are an object to you,
H. P. BIliSKS & CO.
will be given.
Prize will be an
'IMIK ANNl'AI. MKKTISO Ol' TIIU
I Union IVfd (Jo , l.'d. ill b linld ul
tlio i'iiiiiiihiiv'k dlllct'. (jii'n xlrcct, on
THliltMlAV, thu l.'illi In. t, lit Mo'fliH'U
A. M. V It. VI DA,
St-o'iy Union HYed Co., l.iniltMd.
I1. c. .Iiini:i.
i; A. .MINKS.
Ancient Order of Fomters.
"VHIItT I.UNAI.II.O. No HUO. A. O. K..
J wll imhi nt 7l.il! (IIIMfUil of H) Ml
'I'll II ItH 1 1. W KVKNINII. A full atifud
mire In ri'.HM!-til iiimI m iiiliera ul ('oiirt
cuinnt'it nml vl.ltlnu lirullirvn art) weluuir
llyt'r..iT, A. MOIIOVVAI.I.,
I lti7-'Jt Secretary.
rriiHii: w i i.i. in: a hi'kciai..ii:kt.
I Inu it l'.vc.'ll'ir i iiiik-, No I. I. O, O,
K., IIMS WKIINKS1IAV KVKNINO, at
7:10 oVIiM'k, N. v, tuli, MI, lor Hf(!rf
SVcrk. Munilu'rt of llnrMiony UiJkii, No.
II. ni'l vititltiii liroilittrk In h'iiiik Hru in
v.tid I.. I. I.A I'll.KKK,
I a"-M Hu-rfiary.
The Ihily llntlrtlu, M emit irr
month, tlrllvrrfd by curritrt,
'PIIK ANNl A I. MKK'I'IXO OK TIIK
X lloiiolulii l.llirury niul K.udliii; Itimin
Ahouiatlon will ho liuld ul l.llirur Iliill on
KIUWAV, N iv. Iii'h, ut 7::U) f. m. A lull
attenduni'u N rt'iiii'iif, im Im-liifHs of no.
portuncu Hill liu iriiirui'ti'd, ini'luillliK the
ulcutiuii of Trut'i-H to M-rvn for tlio t-n-aiiliiK
-r. II. A I'All.Mhl.Ki:.
FOR S-A.I.E3 I
ONE PIANO, Nearly N,w
AI'I'I.Y TO "THIS OhTIl I.. '
Honolulu, Nov. IJ, l'.H. I in i tl
B.IK AGAIN TO 0RK.
sr. in. btj:r,gkess
In )-iilii iri'iuirii'l to ii'iiir I rit'-n Hom',
H'i.klnH, WuH'r Tiii". el . Mi l''lliiu(
mid all Llinl of I'ih.U uliru ikiI, i r'ln-
llllf llnrvltlK KllUl'H MlHI Si'i XT', l.l.MI
Moer a JmiIk ti ; nlo Hntiliie llli-n, In
fitct all klndx ol jolililui;. Woik i'uiIh.I for
ami rrturi'fd Iiiiik up 111 Muiunl 'IVIt.
iliono any tluiti liulom H a. m. 1 ITUil
Safe Deposit and Investment Co,
mi. tin i. u. i m'uh;i.
Ostrich Feather Pan
Vnliirtl ut II".
and the Foiuth Pr.ze will be a
Fine Pair of
Valued at t.Cu.
Tilt! people of Honolulu
have patronized the Tk.mpi.k
(f 1' asiiion liln rally since
its removal to the new quar
ters at 510 Fort street, and
the Managers appreciate this
Hence then 1'rizes. Tlicro
are probably one hundred la
dies in Honolulu who will
buy enough Dry (Soods be
tween November 1st and De
cember 21th to win one of
the above Prizes. Our stock
is new and has been carefully
selected for the Winter Holi
day Trade especially is this
true of our Dress Pattern.
We have been to an iiiliuite
amount of trouble but .suc
ceeded ill getting the latest
shades and uio.st lii'autil'iil de
signs; this applies to our
&ilks and CuhmcrcM. Our
CJinghains, Lawns, White
Muslins and Kifini.sli Lawns
are tile eipial (Jiolli in price
and quality) of thoc sold by
any house in Honolulu ; also
Muck Satins and Silks a spe
cialty. Christina Goods,
Toys, etc., in endless variety,
(i loves that lit like the paper
on the wall.
And reineuiber that, for
every $1.00 worth of lioods
you buy you get a Coupon.
KflT -All tlle.st! Pn.es will
be slniwn in our window ncl
hAl'l.s ol Viiriini
.Molitli oi Vnir,
Uf lor lli'iit by llif
VAI'I.Tmiiiiii Iroiu n-.:vt .n uuiil I
l'. m. itxii.t nu huiuril.it wlii'ii tln-y will
lllM-lllTll ul .' '') i. m
Wi- ltu nnd HpII lirl-i'ln hl'OIJKh
mill Ut ir I - ulll lliuki udVilliri'on nillir
M'lll; ASMM. MKKTINO OK H'll
1 i.ii Hu.w-ini' i'omi'n l.iMirni,
Wl 1 l. Ill' it III I'll t M mii x ollli I
Ui.tioliiiii, MilM'.W, .NoviiulM'r lit, lien.
Ill llllll'llH'k h. in S. It, Itlt.SK,
Honolulu. NtivimlMT HI, IM'I. lt!i7l
Temple of Fashion
MM FOHT STUKKT
M.CJ. Sitvi, ::
And at All Times
, La. Li.
.H , -ZTV
KirLHlS' ROOT BH3H1R..
TT IS A IIti.MK.MADK AND IIUMKMAKINC IIKVKKAdK.
J- It in vi'ry r.irily ut'i.irril, nml if tlio pluin diri'i'tioiih lire
(cilluwiil, it will nhvuyH lie pKnl. Kvcry int'iiilit'r nf tlio ttttnily,
(ruin tin li.iliy In llif yniuilfiillii'i, can enjoy IIiiikh' Itooi Hkkii,
anil I'Vi'ty nne ut lliein will Imve lietier lienltli for fiicli nWitlltiw
Hi. lake. It iniiinvi'H Hie iiiiftiti!, iiirillin tlii lilnotl, nml
Inner the whole j-vMliii. Cllllilren ehpeeiiilly ilelij,'llt ill IllHKs'
Uuiil 1i:i:ii hi. iri'i.irution inteicMi lliein, nml it tire iIim'm
ilium h.imI. In tliniiPiiiiils nf lioiiu, "lliitKx' Ktitir IIkkii tlntt
iimtlier niiole," will he iitiiiuiK the luiipieiit rocollet'tiiiiiH nf
ehihll l It flf.lliM'i. tile h.leiil nf llie iuiMiiitH lllllllorH tllitl
iei'lni iii knliiey .mil iiim.iiy ilii-eiiM'ii, unit in f.icl, in any cuhu
tlmt .uief fii.in an iiii.uri- Mule nf the hlntnl.
DiMihitlv iiti'h r-ttuid IIiiikx' Itiior IIkkii in without adnltit
rulinii or iitiv rln iine.il or urtilli'iut adiiiixtnie ive prtu it it in
lliuile ill "III' 'H't'li l..iliiuatnry. N eiel prneeins V tilkn lilts
hert Delhi- iiud l!i.l-. In.il tin to il'iWli, hnttle tlielii niul huuiI
them Iii ynii. IViiiuii-there ii-u'i .innllur Itoot lleer l..ihorn
tory in ilieeniiniiy nifii in imlilif eye. Kveijlmily kuowi) IIiiikh'
Ituui 1 1 k i : 1 1 ilieiiiicalr eiin't itiiroueh nature. Will ynii urn
liiiluriil limit lleer and i-ali-fy yniii tlurrt and Mreiillien ymu
hnily, nr will ynii lli-e iiltlliei.il Itonl llier In Mive a few ieiuuen
iiutl ruin ynur ImuIi Ii .' 'I'luie i leu timer iih iniieh IIiiikh' Ituui
JIkkii puUI tliuii all oilier Knot lleer extriieti- euiiiliiiit'il.
IIounoN Dun; (.'o.mi'AW
IlKNsitN, Smith it Comiwxv
1 1i.i.irsri-:tt Dint.' Co.mi'anv, Ltd.
LKWIS A: (!)MI'ANV
, "Wholesiilc Druggist
National Cane Shredder
I'ATKNTKD l.'.S'DKK TDK LAWS OF TDK HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
. ml I . i. . lA til m
.Mi. .Inlni A. Si nit. .M iii.ii:i r nf llu llilo Sujjar (Joinpany, kIvoh tlio fnlluw
inn wi.ndtiful ii fi.nl nf Ho wi.ikinj; nf thu NATIONAL t'ANK SHHKD
DKK, ivlui'li war em in! i then umkp at the eiiuiniuiueiiiL'nt of ilm crop
JIIM ll,irCrli il
" Dunlin tin- jtitit " k tin- I lit" Sitn.tr ('iiiip.iiiy'n iiiilvxeeeileil any of
il foiiiiei ree. nlh i-Inpiup iln I'J.'i lii.iiri. HniiiluiK witli an output of U00J
tnnn. Tins full 10 pi ii-eiit inure 1 1 1.1 ii tin hest wink of former your.
"'Hie thru r dl i null In iiic -U in. I.y ol in. .mil tliu two rolleriuill HO in.
I, (ill in. I In liol null d"iiin 1 1 a i aui'iiiiit nl wurk man ellleieiit manner
and lulh una! iMM , t nu ... r. .1 with umk mi ulinle taiiii, owiiij; to tliorotiKli
.re..uaiinii i.f the earn 1 1) tin National t!iuiu Slireihler, let'eutly vrcoli'tl hy
tin C..io any
" And l. iu iimi th i irin ii'ii ha heen inervaft'd from 'I pert'i'iil to A ptr
eeiil on all kltnU nl i an. , and in mine i'iim'. Ml pelient lulu heen rt'llt'llt'il J
the averaile l.eiiiii 7.'i I.. 7. peti'ciit, aei .ildlll In iU lllty.
" I eniilinii. In 11 t it 1 llie III. .Ims It. ille.ldl'il eailti liettt r flllll than front
" llie rhieildi r lm heen wnrkinH day and nlnlit fnr mwii montliH anil linn
liin ii me i nun aiimaelmn, liavniK "Ih.iIiIiiI iluruiK that tiiiiu ahout nevuuty
1 1 ) n mt ml l"ii nf eane, mid a lari pail nf it Ihiiik IiiiiiI ratooiiH,
" I'he -Iir. .Id. r and eiiun teipnri ery little eare or attention,"
tf.P l'nr and ii'!'iiU'aimii t thme .sliieildern may lieceen at thuolliooiif
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
fttffll ail Aftnlt ut tu inimtian lUawU.