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"The Qneea of Tablt Waters."
" THE LEADING DIETETIC
Aw York Tribune.
"MAS LONG HELD A POSI
TION OF UNCHALLENGED PRE
EMINENCE ON THE DINNER
TABLES OF THE WORLD."
St. Jamm BmbjrA.
For 8!e at Orclly Uwtnc-d Knto
F. A. Schaefer & Co.
Mutual Telephone Co.:Yalual)le Real Estate
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A T TUB ADJOUUNKD
Meeting of this Cotimany held Nov.
llrth, 181)1, the following OlliceM weru
elected (or tho ensuing yean
Wm O. Irwin 1'rr'Mciit
Cecil Drown Vlce-i'resldent
James Canibell, Qodfrcy llrowti.
Wldeiuann, J. V. Drown and
At Directors' nicotine ot Nov. 20, 18111,
under tho lly-lawi o( tlie Coiiipmiy, fur
ther elections wcro made ns follows t
J. F. Drown Hecrelnry
Uodfrcy Drown Treasurer
0.0. llcrifur Auditor
J. F. DIIOWN,
IKO-ltu Hccretay Mutual. Tel. Co.
Pointer Paps For Sale
Dam Honolulu Ilrlto (ex Old
whose iinm was Yen, uy
Duke of Vernon lniiorttd;
, slro of Honolulu llnile wn
UlctibuiKti wtiowaslniiortcd frrni Knland
atacott of $1000. The tiro of tlime uis
Is Honoluu Duke (Imporied) from l lie
tihaborna Kennels, Ottawn, III. The brent- I
Iiik of these mips cannot bo beat on the
(finis. Father and mother both broVen
to hunt. Also two Uonlnti rct'urs nl'-my
marked, 8 nionthi old. For further par
ticulars, apply to
W.M. CUNNINGHAM, I
llltl-lm Anchor 8n'oon. ,
M. T. DONNELL,
riTENTKC AND SOI.K MANDFAOTCRKR ,
New Patented Pol Strainer '
MP All Orilrm or Commnntcstlon j
ddrciaed to K. O. Jf nil A. Hon, I.M., ;
(who hare them on ule), or to M. T.
bonuell, will receive iironii.t attention.
Michtiery Fur Silul
1 KNOINK. Double Cylinder. HIiikIp Ac
tion, UxU Uyllndor, 'l llorco l'ownr.
lone, 40 Inches diameter, contain. iik
lUO'J-lncti tiilMii; wlil niipply toiu fur
lo tlono tower Kiik no,
1 FKKI) 1'UMl' with all oonnrotlons.
Thn abore art) alt in good order and enn
be had a bargain oy applyliiK to the tin
denilKiud, uioim UbIom tedi Co., Ltd.
People'! BiQflirje Express
WII.I. OAI.I. ANY PAKT OF TIIK
City for IIAOUAOK. All lliUK"Ke
recelyed by uh will be liuudle.l with curt.
and dispatch. WaKKn will lie ou the
Wharf to meet all l-'orelKU and Inter
Island Bteamer. Moving I'Ihiij and
Furniture a vpeclalty. Olllce United
Carriage Co. and l.lvcry Stablen, corner of
King and Fort btreeiu. next to K O Hall
& Hon. llotu 'XeleiihoneH ViO.
1IUU 3m VM. T. MAH8HAI.U
A. Family Hotel.
PfrDay f 2
BI'KIUAI. MONTHLY RTKH.
The Best of Attendance, the llnt Hltuallon
and the Kinebt Meals In the City.
BACK AGAIN TO WORK.
1ST. F. BXTR,OHISS
laaKaln prepared to repair Urdcu Hone,
Bprliiklem, water Tap, ef. buw Fllliit;
aud all klndi of Tools eharyeneil, Inclun.
lng Carving Knives ami bcUHirx; Iawii
Moweria iK'cIitv: alio Betilng (Haas; Iu
fact all kinds of Jobbing. Worn uulled for
and returned huig up 102 Mutual 'IV 1--pbor.t
any time boforu 0 a. m. 1171)11
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Kitlmatei given on all kind of
BTONB.CONOUKTK ft fliAHTKU WOUK
MaW 00H0MTB a araouLTT -a
JOHN F. BOWLER.
Olibea and Glassware Wanted I
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry Wanted I
Old Gold and Bllver Wanted I
mr mMt mm pii ji
114 Ktnir Btreot, Oornnr of Alakon.
H. EGA da SIlVA,
Wll.l, (MVK MIIHIO I.KSSONS ON
all Hlrluged Instruinenti, lit ehhii'
lX i "' Aln I ;.b 'le ,K
urrA llil.ee. 1IIU4
7Vi )iu IlirfUtlii SO rriit vrr
ii JHitiy lluutlM, mi irr Vr
tnuiilh, delivered by carrier. ,
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
On Wednesday and Threat,
December 5th and Oth,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
I nm ltitriictt'd oy J
Khl.l) t CO., to tell at
Mcmm H. HACK-
Pulilli: Auction, nt
- fl. ...... v. . ..... f..ll.... i.... i
racciin'orC . TuOpHo ,
OttoalUlBJLCS, " 1WCCU9,
, ,, , .
Buckles, Buttons, Needles,
Ktc, Ktc., Etc.
Jets. TP. Morgan,
Ou Thursday, Dec. 13, 1894
AT 1 0'Ot.OCK NOON,
I nm InitfiirtMl by the Tmslefs umlfr
the WIP ot Mr. II. 1. llshop, tn to I nt
I'ub.lu auction, at my salesroom, (itcen
AM, THAT THACT OF LAND
PU1HIN0 AS AHKA OF
21 14-100 AOUKS.
riltuttcd on VMIdur Avcnuo mid Kewalo
lriit. Mnfetkl. II innMllll. Imltlir Him lll-
anceof tuc I-tiiiI ilc rnbui In Mrant '.TtW, I
..". i!.1?. '.?..L"iVtf,,,V.",.,.,i,l.,S i
iiiisii iiiiuiiiisiii in iiiniiL kt.i. ins in iu i
Tlio timoof i he iironcr l v can ho stii
t my nucllon room.
Terms h. II. 8.
(lold Ctln. i
Dn'Os nt uxi'iivi uf uirlnt!'cr,
. , t t - I
Pnflftf mOCk PjITiO I
Ulll lOlllldw UUI UO
Water Color Cards o
Hawaiian Scene's i Subiecls
i i AIJjO : : t
Sond Somnthlnff Hawaiian to Your
RING BROS.' ART STORE
Dnnl TJnfnri n n A I Anno
ilOfil CloLdLU 0.1111 LUfllla
-. v - -,
Tim imliiru. incut ol the LOAN Market
oNKtn cnwr the wnntu and iiiit"IiIcs ot
the laro uiiiulHrof Ihiio-uIiIii ivo Iu who
are not uwuiirn of iiiiIiumiiiiIhtpiI Itcul
I'.-tiiU' win eiii- of the iiiu-t iimxiMry lutio
vallum of ri"cnt ji'iir. To iimny It lum
itici.iit ri'lluf from pretiitf clii'iu. m iho
very time wlii'ii inu.t i-M-fiitltil. When
pniin'rly mid huiinriiiily conducted this
hiMliuij is of t.piiilly grfiit liniiortHiK'H
mid Vdlitu tothti ciiiiiiiiiiiiily lit iliilldlliK
iiml Lniiii .Mii'ltttiuu lutvu proved thuin
M'lVl's to be.
The Hawaiian Iuvestmeut Go.
MnUus n jc('ltilly of Negotiating mid Pro
riirlng limmfir IlnrrouirH n. iiru en
uliliMu dlM-Hiiiit tlnlr No esut llu Hunks
mid who do not oiiru to obllgiiiu tbciii
nlvi'H to .omit frluud or uciiuiiliitiincu by
iiMug Ills timli rM'iiitntH to tlii'lr Not.
This t.'i'pmiy will milieu l.imns upon
Ilipiisi'lmlil I'lirnltiirit, 1'liiinii. Drguns,
llnrroi, Mules, Wiiginis, I'lirrluKt-s mid
rcrMiimi j rupny i'iiuui itiiiuviiik uh'
Property from the llorrowt-r's poiHen.liiu
mid nil IiiisIiiuis will hi ..'oiidiiL'ttd ou n I
hTltUTI.Y CONKIUKNTIAI. llAblH.
I The Hawaiian IuveBtmeat Co.,
Gkni:h.vl Hcai, Estati: Aodst.s,
13 and IS KhhIiuiiibiiu Utnets,
(N. ar 1'iiu Oilic.H )
Notary Public. Mutual Te.oplioae G39.
BatvMO Auuu and Uekardi StraeU
'pHK UNUKKHIUNK1) AKK WtK
L pared to make all klmU of Iron
' Uraau, llronio, Zlnu, Tin and Uad Cast
luga. Also a General Hepalr HIioii for
Htram KnglnnK. Klre Mills, Corn Mills,
Water Wheels. Wind Mills, etc. Marhlnes
for th( Cleaning of Cotlee, Castor Oils,
Iteaus, Kumle, BibhI, l'iuenpple Iyes and
other Fibrous 1'lmitb and l'air Htock.
Also Mnchlneh for Kxtractlng Hlarch from
the Manioc, Arrow Hoot, etn
All orders promptly attended t.
WHITE, RITMAN ft CO.
KAMEHAMKHA OIHLS BOUOOL.
rpilK KIIIST TKKM OK KA.MKIIA-
L u:iu tilliM K. lloi.i. nielli. WKIINI'.K-
llAY, re, HI li. Apple alien lur udliil-
kliiu iiiny lie addrp.il In Mikh I'iiI'i: nllh-r
. ... Kid,rBnM, lloon, (JueH, ,,,
H. hauirdiiy n.orn.,, 1, i
canli I'll Imlloii Is I'ltty W) llullari a
lr Nw ,,,,,,!,.,, Vr. under twelve
euru ol Hge, Us-MI
at lHlll.iliaiil.ini .MXlliini, or m vne mi-
Pt A . A 9 A n Afl. -. - ninlptf a tul tirf t ll.tft itnpfliln if rn I it fl at I . .
anil H U rani railtirllS TSa i v vri , 1,i "'"p"" ,il"l,ii cnwo
OUU QUU IdUl K rtllCAlia t At 8:3o oc lock we took he forts on WJf bI whk,h ,oo rf ,, ,
, Piece, Drill., Hack., Mult, . G' ,MaJ, ' ' v l m 'V .J2l li ' ' Arthur after the battle n the ...out h
I ltas KlnnncN. Vloto-la Lawn. afcrnoon of November -2d all the ( llf ,,, Y.i.. all,i i, iir,tll,i, flliIt. r.
4iV,",w" hi- ::""": ": nnireu. a noi umiuni out
MtBiiilfti Vatihirt Hntf'iirt 'Plirrrit. Lritlwir forta liftc. Iwuui tnuitti. Ili'itr ! i it t i . , n . i
lu gaHju tUdln.
MON'mV DEC . lW
THE OHlENl'AL WAR.
Port Arthur rnkon by the Japanese
Ator Desperate Fighting.
Tim London Times of the 2."ith
inM. publishes a duanitfli from Hiro
shima, Japau, nlviux tho report of
Ki.ilil Mnrali.nl Cnlllll OvnniA. Mrlinoii
... .J . ' ....
K"" tlionttnok oh tlmlntulwnnf forts
nt Port Arthur nt tlawu on Novom-
bor 2It. Tho Chinoo offorotl a
, ruljrM till' IUIIP , HHJ vr'rb Wl HV
, An) dapanoso oiiicors ami men were
killed and wounded. The Chinese
' loss and tho uumlKrof prisoners is
Htill unknown, luo spoils are almntl
ant and inciml
e a specially largo would bo au oirense against human
i and a quantity of ity. Wo hope that Japan will hear
he Chinese garrison favorably her object enemy's over
uumber of mius
ammunition. I be (Jhiuese garrison
at tho lowest ustuuato was 20,UU0
A Clieo Foo despatch to the Times
says: Port Arthur is still burning.
Twelve Japanese war ships have
been seen there. Tho Chinese fleet
is at Wolhoiwoi.
A Shanghai despatch to the Times
states that it is reported from New
Chwaug that tho Chinese army
commanded by General Sung lnn
been divided. One part is liruily
holding Mothieling and constantly
repulsing part of the first Japanese
army. Th- other part is making a
forced march to Port Arthur to at
tack the Japanese there. A part of
tho lirnl Jitpauoso army is following
tho CniiiuMJ on the way to I'ort
A despatch received from lliro
.l.lt.ln. .1,.,,,.!.. 1U-..H II... l..vl f 1 1...
.I....IA el. ImiiI he A.lmlr.il II... ........
mntidur or tho tJtiimtioso, from roit
w..!'..-- . . y ".-""f -" I
Arthur ou tiaturdny. The despatch
says: ''This place was captured by
.Marshal uyarua on i iiuruay. 1 lie
united siiuadrous stood oil shore,
merely nllracliiig seaward the atten
tion of the coast batteries. Since
Friday morning tho men of the ll.et
i have been ham Ml work tetuoviug
the torpedoes and protecting the
! mouth ol the entrance to the forts.
The dock yard, nrsenal and ships in
the port have been handed over to
l,, JPt N'nvy Di'partuiont.
i ue hock yani unit arsenal nro in
perfect working order. A despatch
boat left l'iug Vang inlet this morn
ing for I'ort Arthur, conveying tho
I Kmporor'it congratulations to Couut
Oyaina and bis thanks to tho
1 A despatch soul from I'ort Arthur
via Uwntig Jti on Thursday has
) Imhiii received hero. It states that
j tho Chinese fought vigorously. Tho
Japanese loot 250 moil killed or
1 wounded. Tho Chinese loss was
, over 1000.
The despatch adds that for over a
foituighl p;ht Count (Kama's army
has been steadily iiinrchiiig in two
' divisions down tho l'eiiiiiHiila to
' I'ort Arthur. Xo organized rorisl-
1 mice was offered by tho Chiueso
troops for three-quarters of the
march. Since thou, houovor, there
were occasional brushcH with tho
oiiemy. On Thursday the right divi
sion of the advance guard hnd a
ikirmih with tho enemy who retired
in good order. Iu the afternoon the
fort and village of Sliuisy Chiug
Iloth divisions moved forward
during the night. Karly iu the
morning the right division crept up
the range of low hills to the north-
west of J'oit Arthur ami carried
hem with a tush. The minx were
then dragied up and lire opened on
. i " . .
a siruug reuotiia hssj yams iiistnui.
Tho enemy returned the lire briskly.
Tho Japanese inf.intry advanced
against a well-tlincted tiro without
altering, shortly before II o clock
tho fort wan carried by storm in a
moil gallant fa-hlou. Tho Chinese
stood for a minute or two against
thu liual onslaught, lighting fiercely.
Then they Hint toward tho dock
Tho right division then advanced
in force against the Koklnsan fort,
which wat armed with Mivernl heavy
Krupp guns which were well served.
Scores of uieii were killed or wound
ed iu this brio! advance. At noon
the fort itself was stormed aud cap
tured after a hhort but tlsperate
light. Uy It o'clock iu the afternoon
tho right division uas in full posses
sion of the western purl of tho
Meanwhile the left division had
been ll.ircly engaged on the south
oiihI, where tho ground was less dilli
cult, but far from easy. Their pro
L'rchrt waH momenturilv uhecked liv a
lumv) lire from three forts that were I
conuected by trenches. Those forts
were strongly hokl, aud were well
placed ou the highest ground iu the
vicinity. The Japanese artillery and
the Chinese guns iu the forts kept
up a steady lire. The first assault
was splendidly delivered, the Chi
nese being driven headlong from the
woiks after making a gallant stand.
By livening Tort Arthur was iu pox
session of tho Japanese, but the
enemy still hold soiuu eight or ten
redoubts, with a total of about
twenty guns ou the coast line.
IIHAItV KOIt TKACK.
It is ollicially announced in iWlin
that Japan rocogui.eH United Stales
Miuibter Dun at Tokio as tho suit
able channel through which China
can open up negotiations for peace.
The Powers will simply remain spec
tators. It is considered that China
is In a position to pay I lie Japauese
demands if the war ceases now.
Japan is to hold I'ort Arthur until
the demands are satisfied, Tho
third Japanese expedition, which is
atloat, is opposite Wei llni-Wei.
An ollleial despatch has been re
ceived at Koine from Tokio saying
that Japan has intimated that as
soon as China may make pence pro
posals Japan will accept the good
olllces of tho Lulled States In the
Tim Japanese Legation at Wash-
ington has recoived confirmation of
tho capture of Port Arthur.
CHINA AT TIIU MKIIIY OK .tAPAS.
A Washington despatch of this
date In tho San Fratiufouo Heport
says: Tho capture of Port Arthur
soveral days ago makes easy tho
progress of the Japanese troops to
tho Chinese capital. Competent
military authorities who are thor
oiihly familiar with the physical
conditions of China ay that a Japa
nese army could march from the
oast coast of the Gulf of Pechili to
to IVkiu in ten days.
There was uo natal battle nt Port
Arthur. Admiral ho did not take
part iu tho attack because the en
trance to tho port was Muddd with
totpedoes and all tho usual land
marks fur the guidance of pilots luul
It is believed in Washington that
tX)NDOS PRl.M OPINIONS
Tho London Daily News says:
To further prolouir tho strnuulo
The Standard says: "Probably
Wolhalwel and New Chwati will bo
captured in a few days. Japan ought
now to accept the offer of peace.
China wilt waive all rights to Corea
and pay i,''A,000,(XX) if Japan insists
ou suchnMim, although China could
not raise it without being crippled
for half a century. The countries
that hitherto have stood aside must
decide soon whether they will allow
Japan to crush China utterly, not
politically, but. also commercially.
The Anglo Itussiati entente can bo
directed to urging Japan to be tem
perate in the use of her victory."
HAWAIIAN UOYALISTB ARMING
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vr. ou.pmui. oi.or-u xo nnvo
Bu0M Mul m f"Bt 8W"d
1'oiit Townsuxi) (Wash.), Nov. '.
-Despatches from San Francisco
regarding a contemplated uprising
of the Koyalists in Hawaii to over
throw the present Government aud
place Queen Lilltiokalatii ou the
throne receive part confirmation iu
this city. A well-known and re
sponsible ship broker, who request
ed that his iiauie be withheld for
tho pros. ut, made the statement
to-day that he know of his own per
sonal know ledgo that large quanti
ties of firearms and ammunition had
been recently shipped clandestinely
to Hawaii on lumber vessels.
Uo had heard that a load of arms
came from tho East over the Great
Northern to I'uget Sound, where it
was transferred to a small tug,
which intercepted two sailing ves
sels In the straits below I'ort Towns
end after they had cleared from the
Custom House and there transferred
The shipments were originally
marked as general merchandise, des
tined for the Sound, but the car was
side-tracked at a small station near
tide-water and its content trans
ferred to tho lug. All this occurred
early in September, and after tho
arms were placed ou tho vessels tho
tug returned, and several cipher
telegrams, it is said, were sunt to
Honolulu via Sail Francisco.
That tho contraband consignment
was Intended for thu royalists there
can be no doubt, owing to the sur
reptitious movements surrounding
tho shipment. It is also stated that
a consignment of rilles and car
tridges from the East was received
over tho Canadian 1'acilic Kailway
ami shipped from Vancouver to Sail
Francisco ou an ocean steamer for
rcshipuioiit to 11-iwaii less than a
year ago. It was marked as mer
chandise and consigned to a well
known shipping linn iu Honolulu
tiulrieudly to thn new Government.
The information camo to the Cus
toms Department and it was prompt
ly sent to the Secretary of thu
From statements made here by
per so us engaged in business transac
tions with vessels in the Hawaiian
trade there is every reason to believe
that army stores aud munitions of
war have been smuggled into Ha
waii, and at a prearranged time
every royalist iu the country will
suddenly appear well armed aud
prepared to overthrow the preneut
That, taken with the recent asser
tion of certain royalists iu Honolulu
to thu oiled that thu Uuilod Slates
Government had proinisud tho
Queen's envoys who wont to Wash
ington not to interfere iu case of
another rebellion, and the present
unsettled condition of political af
fairs in the islands, lends much color
lo the supposed discovery of a plot
to violate thu neutrality laws be
tween Hawaii ami thu United States.
Mil. HASTINGS NOT A1IU1U.
Wajiiiinoion, Nov. 'Si -Frank Hast-
iugs,Secrolary aud Charge d'Allaires
of tho Hawaiian Legaliou here, is
confident from information ho has
personally recoived that the royalist
uprisings and revolutionary move
ments at Honolulu will not mate
rialize. He is assured, too, that oven
thu natives do not Mipport thu views
uf the white rojalists, who received
a death blow to their hopes when
thu llritish Government formally
recognized thu Dole government.
Minister Thurston, who in now in
I'ort ugal enlisting immigration to
the islands, is expected back about
the first of the new year.
A. K. Kilpatrick, of Fillmore, Cal.,
had the misfortune lo have his leg
caught between a cart and a stone
and badly bruised. Ordinarily he
would have been laid up for two or
three weeks, but says: "After using
one Dal tie ol uiiatnoerlalu h I'aiu
' Balm I began to feel better, aud hi
1 three days was entirely well. Thu
peculiar soothing qualities which
Chamberlain's I'aiullaliu possesses I
have neter noticed in any other lini
ment I take pleasure iu recom
mending id" This liniment is also
of great wiliie for rheumatism and
lame back. For sale by all dealers.
I llensou, Smith Co., agents for thu
I Hawaiian Islands.
'h I Ionic without a
in Mother without
Ik Uahy without a
105 fort Strent.
,l...l.1.l lHr I.....I...I ll.il , ,,,,.
. , , ,.,....!
who huvc been iu the Genis' ur-1
nishiug iiml Tailoring for n life-'
lime come very nenr knowing '
iu Hit rlnipc nf properly iniiitc
clothing. Mr. Sl.uey, was for
.vciiii. the culler for Ail.iuie, tin
lilliioils S.lll l-rilliri.ii'ii Tailor,
We have it frol, line of Hoods
We are iiI.ii way up iu the (l.-nlh'
Furnishing Line, and keep con-
mainly on hum! a full supply of
the wry lalest Ties. Dress Shirts,
Fine Underwear. Etc.. Kin., ami
wit .Illicit to compile holh iu
priceauil qu dily with any similar
store iu Honolulu
VAN CAMP, JOHNSTON & STOREY,
llia-'liu OH Kurt tflrrct.
For ThnnlcHglvlng Day !
Liv.5 Tu-k ys, Gese & Chickens
Kalitii Poultry Ranch
Ail I'.iiiltrr fioiu tin' iiIkivii Itnncli
re I'ai and Hrin K.il ou tlraiiiund I'r. sli
faT tie d.rli-rs fur any desr! tlmi of
riitrtrj tu e, or k u.ti ana iirt"ei
aifonda Fralt Market.
Comer KIiik mid Alskett bis.
Mutual Tei.ki'iion'k J78.
m IIOTKL HTKKKT
(MmiON HI BGHANTS
- WholHuale Dual em In
Liprs aid Manila (lips
General Chinese Merchandise
seen am -
Nm Oils, Kid, MattliiK.
Dhlliese Hllks, TeaR, Ku.
Bnulitb and American Qrnceritia
Uy Ktery Coast HUainer.
MlirtlAI. TKI.KP1IONK U7.
WILL ATTKNU TO-
laDemeDt and Sals ot Prtipori)
- sr -
Collecting Id All Its Branches.
Orrioa No. i'l Merchant rilrtwt
Coiltcor and Real Estate Agent
llipii'i'i lli'Mrt. lii'iiiH i'iiIIii'I.mI,
oillrri Cuiiiiiilni.' Illiiok, Miuili'tiit Btrrel
1 A large iiHMirliiiont
liux jut lioi'ii ic
coivfd nor "1J. 1".
1 Kiuliut" mid "V. ).
I'ryant," mid more
to at rive pel "Transit."
ttox-& So Co.,
No, 74 King Street
'.'i-;" Amount of Vour 0,1
Bill Throuicb HttvinK in fltftnout.
Kvcry p.uutcr ln.uhl use I.imoi. lie
steml ol UiimviI Oil, licciiiisu:
i, l.ui'OL Is more .fiiruf.re than l.lnwr.1
'i. I.l'i'iil. Is morn rrvmomfraf than I .In
I'KOUP THAT MJOOI. IS MOIIE
six years of actual toe In cxicrmi
house painting in California (Hit
iimst " viiiuiuu nir iiiiiuti;, in
l,, 'rulug heat of the Arixoua lie-
crt, the Arctic colli of Alaska, anil on
lliu Atlantic coast, have fully ami
practically shown that I.ttcoi. idwayr
outwears Miirccil Oil iimlcr the sunn
conditions. AU the iicld works in
Wan Francisco have discarded I.ln-
H'l;,, oil f,,r 1',":""
ILLUSTRATE Til 1H YOURSELF
l',u strong ttiiiinouiii on Linseid ami
Lcol paints. The Linseed p.dnU
are destroyed iu a few minutes; the
ljji'''l ndnU urn practically unalhcl.
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Hrcnk up 1 11m. paste white lead
iu one pint of Li'coi., ami the saiur
quantity iu one pint of Ltusccd Oil.
Spread the painta ou similar dark
surfaces for coiuiiarison. The Lu.ol
paint spie.nls as far as and covcre
much butler than the Linseed paint.
To get equally ginid covering with the
()lli .niHIK.ilhUravhl,, f j lll 0
iiiisle loud lo each pint of Lucoi. used,
or (I llii. to escry gallon, iqiiivalcut
to your saving mure than half the
first cost of Hie I, !()!..
I. ucoi. is not iu competition with
cheap Linseed Oil siib'tiliites.
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