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Vol. VIII. No. 1019.
HONOLULU. H. I., MONDAY, AIKIL 30 UIUO.
Pkiok 6 Oknth
, itirr ariT VTJMBMTftf
WITH CALIFORNIA COLONY
Emerges From Quarantine With BilgLt
Hopes for. Future.
Vegetables for Local and Foreign Market Hope
to Supply Rttilgtrators for Coast Steamer
Lines - Obstacles Overcome.
Byron 0. Clark of the Wnklawa col
ony la In town today lniconncctlou with
Uio scheme. Ha said to a reporter
this morning that the colony wus pro
gressing favorably although tuere
many discouragements encountered.
"Thcro aro now," Bald Mr. Clnrk,
"thirty persons In tho colony repre
senting nine or ten families. The
plaguo has been a blow to us and our
Interests havo suffered. The effort thus
far has been largely experimental, hut
am glad to say that tho question of
success, is no longer In doubt. Tho
question now Is only what wo can
rnlso for salo that will pay tho best
and grow tho best. Wo have had ami
aro having a hard Oght with Insects
and this drawback is tho most serious
wo will havo to contend with; although
I liollcvo that careful watching and se
lecting the proper seasons for plant
ing will largely relieve us of this pest.
"As to market, wo expect to ship
tropical fruits and winter vegetables
largely to tho coast of California, al
though wo shall not neglect to supply
tho local market. In fact wo havo al
ready opened a market to some extent
with local dealers and will enlarge It
as our facilities increase. As I nave
said, tho quarantine regulations havo
cut us out of shipments to tho Coast
'tills year and our first protlts are there
foro delayed; but as soon as the Feder
al quarantine is raised in thirty aays
wo shall begin shipments. We hope
in tho end to bo able to help support
a lino of refrigerator steamers between
hero and tho Coast. Wo expect to go
very largely Into raising vegetables for
tho winter trado along tho Coast and
.In looking tho field over I do not see
that we shall havo more to discourage
jus hero than new farmers have In oth
xr countries; besides, we do not have
'tho climatic disadvantages to contend
wlthjhcro that are encountered else
The BULLETIN offers to the per
ions who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
tut Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 670.
The winner of the ist prize Is at liberty
to choose between models 00. 02 an J 04 nt
the loco Cleveland Bicycle. ,Atodel 94 Is
roaa racer, weignt 20 pounus. moaei 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing vt lbs , and
Model 00 a Heavier road wheel, wt 24 ID.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladlrs"
Models, should the winner of ist prize bt
2nd Prize, Singer Sewing Ma
chine J 600.00.
The winner of this prize may choost
between these three stvles of machines:
that with osclllatlngshuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. Till
oachlne will be furnihed bv B. Bcr
gersen. sole agent for the Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Prenio Senior Camera,
4x5, with Outfit 640.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
used with either Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the LoMun
,yon Photo-Supply Co.y sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Recordu, SUO.OO.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
elected from the stock of the Ber jJntrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
oust be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months In advance.
a. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
tions will be counted In this contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
3. Subscriptions should be s-nt In as
oon as secured, together with the name
ind address of the person to whom the
nibscrlotlon Is to be credited. a w 'I as of
the subscriber. Great caresliouu uc taken
to give ACCURATELY the full mine and
iddress of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands Is eligible
to try for these prizes.
Subscription Hates; IH.00 per year,
I1.00 for three monthsj strictly In advance.
Cooper Mansion Sold
to a Local Syndicate
Another big real csi.ito transaction
was concluded this morning by which
C. D. Chnse and a syndicate nf promi
nent monlcd men of Honolulu have se
cured Henry 13. Cooper's Human man
sion and sixty ncrcs of rholce building
land In Manoa valley adjoining the
Punahou tract. The price paid was
$125,000. It Is tho Intention of tho
purchasers to divide this lino property
Into lots which will be placed on tho
market. It Is not yet determined
whether or not a company will bo
formed to handle tho property, but this
matter will bo settled at a meeting to
bo held during the week.
McCULLY TRACT DEAL
Tho McCully tract may be put on the
market soon if a proposition lately
made by Geo. Paris, representing the
fco simple owners bo accepted by Capt.
Orlswohl, representing the lease- hold
ers on the tract. Uy tho terms of
tho new proposition tho leaseholders
nre to receive a share of tho profits to
be hereafter determined and to be paid
ns soon as tho land Is disposed of on
TWO JIDICIAL DECISIONS
Judge Perry has rendered a decision
on the suit of Virginia Gomes for $S99
benefit on tho death of her husband
against tho Portuguese Mutual Benefit
Society and the cancellation of a nolo
for 400. Tho decision is that she
can recover only 499 without costs,
the Court holding tho noto valid as a
setoff. Her lato husband and com
plainant gavo tho noto to cover the fee
for an operation performed on him nt
the Queen's hospital, which had been
reduced from $800 at tho request of the
society's directors. J. M. Vivas and A.
G. Correa for complainant; J. T. Do
Dolt for respondent.
Judgo SlUImnn has rendered a de
cision denying the defendant's motion
for a new trial In A. G. Merlcourt vs.
Norwalk Fire Insurance Co. It was
made on the ground of misconduct of
Captain J. C. Cluney, one or th cjur
ors, by denouncing outside the tedious
ness of the trial and tho racapity of
lnsuranco companies, whllo tho trial
was not yet concluded. Tho Court in
effect finds that there was a great deal
to try the patience of a Juror In the
trial, making especial reference, to the
cross-examination of tho plaintiff.
Besides, stress is laid on tho fnct that
counsel for tho defendant had been
informed of the juror's conversation
beforo the close of tho trial. Moreover,
the verdict for plaintiff was unanimous.
Humphreys & Andrews for plaintiff;
Kinney, Ballou & McCIanahan for de
fendant. Golf at Monnnlua.
At the last meet of tho Moanalua
Golf Club Dr. Howard came off winner
with a score of 99 and a 10 point handi
cap. S. Bldell was second with a 25
polnt handicap, making a score of 118.
W. Anderson, supposed to be tho crank
player of the city, was the only scratch
man. His score was 99 tho same as
that ot Dr. Howard without tho handi
cap. J. Cullon was fourth with a score
or 129 rnd n handicap , of 30. Ned
Adams with a handicap of 10, made 109.
Donald ltoss, C. Lovekln and J. Hogg
were closo to Adams. There were, be
sides the foregoing, seven other play
ers. Royal Residuary.
Minister Damon mentioned in tha
Executive Council that thnro wns somo
royal plated waro stored In tho Judi
ciary building. MInUtnr Mott-Smlth
told of valuablo books from the royal
library knocking about, nnd cuggested
that whatever was valuablo to the
Bishop Museum should bo transferred
thereto. 'Tnese two Ministers were ap
pointed a committee to look Into thu
matter beforo the contemplated sale of
The Executlvo Council has authoriz
ed Minister Young to proceed with the
extension of Port street to Pnuoa road
nnd tho widening of Alapal street as
Boon iib funds are available.
Gent's Hcrmsdorf dye bluek box su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
nt L. 13. Kerr & Co.'s, Queen street for
0110 wook only; don't fall to see them.
HONOLULU s SCHOOL
M-iaM and Trnowritii
day and Night cusses
Hoomii-u, rJ Poor f 9 A, M.-4 f, ,
Mount I t:) 9o K. M
OLAA STOCKHOLDERS MEET
Reports c Treasurer aod Manager
Are Unanlmorsly Approved.
First Crrp lo January, 1902, Off Ftur
Thousand Acres S.me cf lbs Figures
-Ofltan Are Rt ekcicd.
'the adjourned annual meeting. of tho
stockhaiueis ot the Ulna augur Co. was
uelrt at the rooms of the Unnuibpr ot
Commerce this morning, many of the
larger owncis of Bhntcs being present
aim a total of 133.nl shares represent-.
ed. Before L. A. Thurston, president,
called the meeting to order, n pamph
let containing the annual leports ot
the tiensurtr and tho manager wero
Owing to the purchaso of tho mill
for which Klliel plantation had given
a contract to the Honolulu Iron Works,
but later obviated the need of It by
making a contract for having Us first
crop ground by the Hawaiian Com
mercial and Sugar Co., the treasurer
announces a heavier average nssew
ment for the period of 1C or 13 months
between July next and the llrrt returns
ot sugar. It Is estimated that tho total
assessments between August 1 and
Januaiy 1 will amount to 30 iur cent
or $6 n share. It will bo the aim of the
directors to dlvldo the remaining 35
per cent assessable during l'JOl In a;
moderate Instalments and at as regu
lar intervals as possible.
Expenditures for crop l'JOl-2 have
been $183,714.43, and stock expendi
tures, including urst payment for mill
machinery, $294,583.80. Hcsources, In
cluding real estate at S2.146.580 obtain
ed for paid-up stock, arc placed at $2,
441,103,80, adding to which expanses
already Incurred, etc., the liabilities of
Ji,C92,21C.9l are balanced.
F. B. McStockcr, manngcr, gives de
tails of operations. The total area ot
the plantation, including land under
contract of purchase, is 18,872. l'5 acres.
Of this 13.000 ncrcs already acquired
and 1GC9 acres under option aro fee
simple. Large amounts of land adjoin
ing the plantation havo been offered
for sale, but it has been decided not to
ranke any further purchases for tho
'present, except in special cases where
somo peculiar value to tho plantation
Is involved, as it is deemed bc3t to
utilize cash resources for developing
tho lands already owned by the com
pany. There remains In the treasury yet
unissued 17,671 shares of paid-up stock
of a par value of $333,420.
All the buildings presently required
have been provided, including str-bles
for 400 mules and houses for 180G la
borers. Houses havo tho air space re
quired by law, and an effort lias been
made to provide cottages for families,
also to prevent tho lodging of exces
sive numbers in one building.
When the report was written. 716
acres had been planted, 2595 ncrcs
plowed and partly plowed nnd 3317
acres cleared and under clearing con
tracts. Of the total of 6C28 acres thus
accounted for, all of the land not plant
ed this year will come Into the second
crop. It Is intended to have 1000 acres
planted for tho first crop.
Upon the opinion of experts Mi.n
ager John T. Molr of Onomea, Msnuger
C. M. Walton of Pahnla, Dr. Maxwell
and Dr. Hartman the manager esti
mates a yield of nt least ftvo tons to
the acre, with tho prices of sugar the
same as in 1899, this would glvo a
gross return, of $1,450,000: If tho prli:e
In only 70 a ton, $1,400, 00. A yield of
six tons would, on similar estimates,
make $1,720,000 or $1,680,001).
Tho total number of employes on the
plantation Is 1629 of which 1163 lire
under contract. A large portion of the
crop would, be cured for by laborers on
Tho main facts about the mill, 111II
roud nnd water llumlng transportation,
and mill nnd domestic water supply
wore given In the Bulletin 11 feiv days
Under the heading "Health" the
manager says; "A usual accompani
ment of opening up new ground on now
plantations has been mi outbicnk ot
typhoid and malarial focrs among tho
employes. This plantation has been
unusually fortunate In this re
spect, ns comparatively little sick
ness has been experienced. Owing to
the Isolation ot this district, wo havo
orccted n hospital of our own and have
had tho sorvlces of n first-class physi
cian, Dr. N. Itusscl."
Tho reports wcrd unanimously ne
eopted by tho meeting .
Mr. Castle, In answer to Dr. Emerson,
said tho necessity of hauling wnter had
long since passed.
BBROBTROM laVLTJSIO OO.
Mr. Thurston gavo much informa
tion supplemcntaiy to tho reports.
Prom tho Lyman property acquired for
wnter purposes between four nnd rive
million gallons a day could b3 dis
charged nt tho 18 mile post. Tor the
last month thpro had been almost
nightly rains. Tho mill site Is n hall
mile above the Junction of tho Volcano
and Punn roads, having jeen located
by H. P. Baldwin, P. B. McStockcr the
manager, C. II, Klucgol the engineer.
C. Hcdcmann of tho Honolulu Iron
Works and Mr. Thurston himself. He
also referred to tho disease nmong tho
animals and precautions taltcn against
The contract marto with A'exnudct
& Baldwin ns agents for n term of fif
teen years was read and approved.
J. P. Cooke Informed tho meeting
that tho first crop would uo taken off
January 1, 1902.
OfTlccrs wero elected for tho current
year as follows: L. A. Thurston, presi
dent; H. P. Baldwin, vice president;
A. W. Carter, secretary; .1. B. Castle,
treasurer; E. E. Paxton, auditor; B. P.
nilllnghnm nnd A. E. Nlcnols, direct
ors. Big Rush of Business
Along the Water Fiont
Steamship men nnd skippers aro
wearing broad smiles today on account
of the raising of the quarantine which
means all kinds of good Milngs n them.
Prom both the Wilder and lnter-ljlnwl
wharves the Board of Health men have
aeon removed and no longer do the
Jbnoxlous formalin sprinklers uppcur
on the scene as soon as 11 dray load ol
;oods cntcis. Tho gates aro thrown
wide- nnd the steamers arc alongside
.he wharves taking on all the freight
ooralblc with no one to lift nu object
Tho scene Is certainty a busy one
ilong tho water front to.W nnd wlth
il, there Is a spirit or cheerfulness
"rscnt that for months h?s oecn miss
Tho Wilder steamers will go hack on
their old schedules Immediately tha
Klnau la .In shapo again to take the
Hllo run but with tho Inter-Island
boats thcro will be somo delay in get
ting back to tho old schedule. This will
be resumed aa soon as the congestion
t freight In Honolulu lor the other
orts Is rcl'f vd nd tho tieat uunntl
.y of sugar on Kauai reduced to a
With the raising of the iiiarnntlnr
amc all manner of advantages. Dur
'ng the quarantine tho steamers were
ihorthandcd and new men could not be
nken from shore. Now, however, the
:rew8 will bo completed and the ncceH
iary work thereby hurried along.
Again, passengers were few and
noncy from thnt soureo lost lo thr
ompanlcs. Thnt tho ,aasonger traf
1o has picked up wilj he shown by
ho following list booked to leave for
Maul and Hawaii ports In the Claud
Bishop of Panopolls, D. II. Hitch
cock, wife, child nnd servant, Dr. A. C.
Wall, L. II. Kerr. It. C. Abtrcroninie
I. J. Combs. C. P. Glbb3. Geo. II. Al
en, Miss Mott-Smlth. Mrs. Ambler.
Miss Todd. Mrs. J. T. Taylor, Mrs
Samuel K. Pun, child and servant, Mrs.
I. McTnggart and two children, Thos.
1. Young, I). B. Mnconachlc, Mrs. Wnt
ion. Miss Watson, A. A. Brnson, I).
Oufflcld, Asagawa. J. Mills, V. D. 1'r.t
er, (1. Marcy, P. Ilomann, Mr. Hockley
Mrs. Hancock. Miss Prnut, Win
Cltciien. C. Wlberg. 15. W Barnnrd
Wm. Pua. O. E. McDonald. A. J.
"ltorm, Franklyn Cnrty, .1. 1.. Morrl3,
f. II. Portenus, D. Watt, C. E. Haynes,
'Jr. C. A. Peterson. Mr. HantocK, Mis?
'lartwell, Mrs. McLnnc, child and rrr
'ant, J. h. Shaw, Miss Chamberlain.
Mr. and Mrs. Black and two children,
ft. W. Shingle.
N'ono ot the Iutcr-Isbinl boats 11?
ttoImk out today but tomorrow's will
take a great number ot ')as.iengers,
The Last Pcnrc.
Tho last scaro beforo the raising of
tho quarantine took plnco Friday even
lug when n Portuguese woman, re
ported by an Inspector, wns found to
havo a large bubo. Slides were madr
it the laboratory and much to the ro
lief of tho doctors assembled, clear
proof was obtained that the worn:. 11
was not a victim of the plague.
D. II. Case. G. B. McCIellau. George
It. Carter, Ed Towso and A. B. Wood
constitute tho committee In chnrgo ot
the organization of the Young Men's
THE WATEUMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sUca, all shapes. 11. F.
MAUNALEI'S GOOD PROGRESS
Plenty of first Class Water Supplies
the Lanal Plantation.
Analysts Hide by Prif. Maxwell-Gxd Cam
Pr.ductr - 1000 Ams Under Culilntlou
- PMpict for Eaily Returns
Having learned that the new Itlsdon
pumps at tho Maunalcl plantation
Jtaucd up last week, B Bulletin repor
ter Intel viewed tho agents of the
plantation, Mcssis. Gear, Lansing A.
Co., as to the results of the test. Tin
igcnts received a letter fiom Managci
Wm. Stodart, Friday morning. In the
.Mokolll stating that the C0-lnch Ills
Jon pump was started up last Monday,
jnly live of tho nine 12-Inch wclis belli,
connected up, nnd discharging nbom
J.UUU.VU0 gallons per 21 bouts. Every
thing wns working very satisfactory
and tho water seemed to taste frest
They also received a sample of tin.
water which was taken to Prof. Wnlte.
.Maxwell for analysis, with tho result 0i
1 1.9 grains of salt per U. S. gallon
whlch percentage Prof. Maxwell stat
jd was all right for cane culture.
The agents nro much pleased will
ho result nnd Intend to push forwnr
.he work of planting ns rapidly as pos
Jlblc, expecting to get In 803 acres ol
jlant cane this year.
The combined capacity of the pumpi.
it the plantation Is somo 10,500,000 gal
.ons, which will irrigate about 1,00
acres of cane.
The wnter in tho surface wells ap
pears to bo getting fresher as an analy
sis of tho wnter fiom the well jus,
ibovo tho plantation store which h
Iftecn feet deep nnd twclvo feet squan
and fiom which a centrifugal pum'
lias been pumping half a million gal
lons dally slnco last November, show
ed C3.6 grains of salt per U. S. gallon
In December nnd In February only 53.9
grains per U. S. gallon.
The 200 ncrcs ot cano now growing
on tho plantation Is looking exceed
ingly well and promises a large ton
nage per ncre. Speaking ot tho pay
ments on the stocks, the agents said,
"Yes, In common with other assessable
Hock, there nro dclinqucnta among the
stockholders, but wo believe that the
'alxiug of quarantine, and the passage
jf the Hawaiian bill by the United
States Congress, together with the as
jurnnce which we now havo of a good
ATuler supply will result In the payment
of many of the delinquencies nt an
Some JnpnncHe Woni'n.
Saturday night Deputy Marshal
Chllllngworth and others arrested the
.wenty-slx Japancso women locnted In
x house In Aala on the charge of helm-:
.'oraraon prostitutes. They bad already
been told to move to Iwllel but chos
o disregard tho warning. On Sunday
Attorney II. It. Hitchcock got the
women out on bond on tho promise of
ho Japanese who seemed to bo engin
eering tho affairs ot tho womcu tint
he would bo retained nnd n fro paid
This morning tho fellow chose, for
3omo reason or other, to leave Mr.
Hitchcock out of tho calculation, with
tho result that nil tho women were
ignln lockeo up.
Tho enso came up In the Police Court
out was put over until tomorrow.
Gurbujjc Crematory BIcIh.
Tenders wero opened for n garbage
'romatory nt the Interior office today
Delng fur different kinds of plant nirl
buildings, somo not Including buildings
it all, a detailed statement would con
toy no accurate Information to th
mhllc. Ono from Pennsylvania Is fur
113,322; one from New York, $18,500,
mil ouo from Toledo, ()., $51,215. There
ire four hlds from England In sterling
money ranging from JC2280 to 902$
18a 7d. Catton. Nclll &. Co.. $16,500:
j Honolulu Iron Works Co., $18,250, and
Cotton Bros. &. Co., $20,093 nro three
local firms tendering.
Dr. SIuiw'h MtsHton.
Minister Young la sending Dr. Shaw,
the government veterinarian, to Hawa
ii this afternoon, under Instructions to
begin nt Ohm nnd go along the wind
ward tide of the Island round to Kona,
exnmlulng on the route tho animals on
nil tho plantations nnd ranches for
glanders. Dr. Elliott will accompany
him from Hllo. The Executive Coun
cil approves tho action.
VchhcIh Out Tomorrow,
The Inter-Island Co. will send out no
steamers today. The following will
very probably sail tomorrow: Mlkn
haln for Eleele, Mnkawcll and Wnlmea;
W. (1. Hall for Nawlllwlll and Ilium
mniilii and .lames Mnkce for Kupaa.
The Manna Lou will not get nway on
tier leguliir route until Tliuisdnj morn
ing. For lino full ilrcHu shirts nt (1,00 i.ath
L. II, Kerr fi Co., Queen ntiv. t. TIiiho
hlru urn uti Icily hli.li grii'' ,i to lit
re f ffi";" !;. -. i !. . AttE
Deputation of Planters.
J. II. Athcrton. C. M. Cooko,
V. A. Schncfcr, F. M. Swanzy,
j. r. iincKrcid, w. M. Uiirard
I- Geo. It. ltobcrtBflll. C. Ul.Un nml
' J. B. Castle, trustees ot tho Ha-
c wanan I'inniers' Association,
waited on President Dolo and
fr Cabinet this forenoon. They
represented thnt tho stlpula-
tlon for Introducing n certain
proportion of whlto Inbor, for
which they were under bonds,
had failed through tho action of
American officials. Therefore
: they raised tho point with tho
Government as. to whether tho
: bonds should bo enforced
ngnlnst Ihem. There was dls-
cusslon without decision on tho
By order of the Prcililcnt of the
Joard of Health qunrnntlno wna ofTi
lally raised this morning. During tho
nornlng Secretary Hendry lent olllclal
lotico of tho net to foreign lcprcsenta
ives stationed hero nnd to ihe Minls
er of Foreign Affairs, who will for
vaid such Information ns ncecssjiry to
he Hnwallan consuls nbrona. The
lews will bo officially forward! el to tho
thcr ls'ands bv tho outgoing steamers
luring tho week.
AIIhb Grtawolrt Guinn Favor.
Miss Delia E. Grlswold whoso singing
n church and concert has of lato at
racted so much attention and favor
ibto criticism, has sent out cards an
nouncing tho opening ot a vocdl studio
at 163 King street, Pawaa. Miss Oris
wold's volco is n rich, sweet contralto,
with the unusually wide rango ot a
Uttlo moro than thrco octaves and
shows tho long and careful training
It has received. As understudy for Ed
ward Xavler Holker. European dlplo-
matcd teacher, she Is prepared to glvo
pupils advanced vocal instruction, hav
ing already demonstrated her ablll.t
as a teacher and being ready to fur
nish excellent references. Any intend
ing fcludentn may have their voices
tried free of charge. Office hours at tho
studio from 12 m to 2 p. m.
Manngcr F. J. Cros3 of tho Wireless
Telegrnph Company has decided to
ostpoue the auction Rate ot tho first
message until the irrival of Expert
Uowden. Already $500 has been of
'ored, hut Mr. Cross believes tho bid
ling will bo more nctlvo If the sale
s made after tho work or Installing
.ho system hna actually begun. Mr.
Ilowden Is now In tho States on his
.vay to the Islands, ho having failed
o make connection with tho Moana.
The Paid Inspectors.
Tho permanent force of paid Inspcc-
o:s whom Dr. Wood expects to look
iftcr the eanltnry conditions of the city
ire: S. J. Harris, F. II. Sharpe, A. W.
Ncely, Fred L. Leslie, i. W. Carroll,
I. L. Wheeler. Thcso men will con-
Inuc under the direction of Chief In-
ipcctor Ed Tnwao who will also devote
t portion of his time to other work for
TWO WEEKS ONLY.
We will hold n reduction sale in
every lino, commencing from Mny 5th,
1900. Call in nnd judgo for yourself:
'wnkaml. Hotel street.
A LARGE SHIPMENT CF
.... Just opened by the
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with Rood fits,
good style and good wear.
If you cannot come l with your
chlldirn, scnJ them In and they will re
el : just the s.imc care nuJ attention,
md their fret will be Just as carefully
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If you'll foot the
tilll. nnJ pfpnt'4' you that lMh will r