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THE EVENINOyBDLtiKTINrFUNULUIjU.vnti. atytii,iVX
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AUVEUTISKll UHAIUUffi ItMUlfcU,
Tlie following open letter was publis-lied in the Adertlr
this morning by Mr. S. M. Ballot! addressed to Hon. Cecil drown:
"TO HON. CECIL BROWN:
" llavlnc confidence in vour integrity, I supported a resolu
tion ut the Ri-piiblican Mass Meeting leaving the appointment of a
ipmnorarv organization committee
" It is now publicly charged
nresent what Is called the 'machine.. Under tin se circumstances, X
', you will pardon me if I i you in a public trnnner, and without
I ; nny previous intimation of your answer, the following questions: X
i. At the time of the Muss Meeting had you selected any,
or nil, of the names of the proposed Committee ot twenty-one f
If so, will you kindly make such names public ?
"2. In selecting such a Committee, were you under any t
obligations, expressed or implied, to any person or persons, or to
any faction of the Republican Party? " S. M. BALLOU.
Mr. Brown was bhown tlje Utter upon his arrival at lus ulin X
on Merchant street and at once dictated and turwarded to M. T
U. I.ou the following reply: 'X
Honolulu, May 4, 1900 A
S. M. BALLOU, l-SQ , X
In answer to your open letter in the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser, 1 have to tay in answer to the first question, that not "
one of the proposed members of the Committee of Twenty-one X
had been selected, nor had I given thought as to who they
should be. ' i
To the second uurstion. I answer that, 1 was under no obli- v
4 gations to anybody, either expressed or implied, nor to any faction
T of the Republican Party in the selecting or naming of members to
be members of the proposed Committee. X
In connection with the charges made of "political combina
tions" and "slates" Mr. Brown said. "I do not lead the Adver
tiser until I go home at night, when I read all the papers at onc ;
this is unfortunate in so far as I was ,ot awart ol til- unfounded
charges, mad that morning, at the time of the Republican mass
11,11.,. g on Iast Wtdnescay evening. Had I been informtd I ..
shouU, most certainly hae made a publ.c statement from the
pafi m denouncing the publication and iknying the unar-
1111 tej charges." ;
Friday. Mny I.
Tlio regular meeting tlio llo.ii't
or i:ducntlon was held yesterday after
noon nt 3 p. 111. 'Ihero were present
Vrcsldent Mott-Smlth, Inspector (ien
oral 'lownsend, l'rof. Alexander, Mrs.
Hall, .Mis. Jordan, Mr. II. M. Vim Holt,
.and Secretary Kodgois.
Tlio question of salaries was con
sidered at some length. An explana
tion of the pioposnl lor nn Incieaso In
long terra salaries, nnd the ways and
moans of best accomplishing tlio ob
ject, was made by President Molt
Smlth. A siiKKCstlon to refer the mat
ter to Mr. Von Holt, as chairman of
tho nuance committee, was met by a
vigorous protest from that gentleman,
who was of tho opinion that It would
bo woik donu for nothing as the pass
age of tho 'lerrltorlal bill and tho re
organization of the public school sys
tem would interrupt before It could bo
accomplished; then It would have to
bo all done over again. Tho President
suggested appointing n now chairman
on tho finance committee, but no deci
sion was arrived at. although tho mem
bora of tho Uoard freely expressed tho
opinion that tho Interests of tho teach
ers should bo niailo those ot the Board
and tho salary Increase matter pushed
to an early settlement.
President Mott-Smlth explained
601110 technical dlltlcultlcu met In some
ot tlio Hoard's business matters, after
which he read a report from tho In
spector General on tho Kaumakaplll
girls' school. Ho reported that of the
former attendanco of ono hundred
were now mostly absent from school
and that only slxty-llvo could bo traced
to another school which overcrowded
It; thero was neceaslty for nt oneo pro
vldlng another largo school liouso am
It was recommended that a pleco ot
over two aens of land offered by Mr.
Holt for a slto be purchased. Tho re
port was adopted.
A matter of rent duo Mr. Von Holt
was deferred until certain amendments
and corrections wero made.
President Mott-Smlth brought up th"
matter of the summer school and re
commendation of tho Inspector General
thereon. Ho stated It was dllllcult to
get a suitable person to locturo before
tho teachcis and referred to tho propo
sition for opening a Rummer normal
school during July, August and Sep
tember. Tlio Inspector (Jencrnl read
tho outline of a plan for such a school
end suggested that the funds for the
matter bo drawn from tho appropria
tion for pay rolls. Ho thought tho
dllllcultlcs In tho way of summer
schools were not unBiirmountable, but
ho pi cf erred the summer normal school
system. His opinion was that souk
of the Instructors must bo paid; tli -quarantine
bcare would prevent getting
nny 0110 from abroad, but toacheia
could bo arranged for hero by soiikj
foregoing their vacation.
On motion of Mis. Hall It was decid
ed to hold a summer tcim of normal
school In placo of tho usual summer
school, and it was left to President
Mott-Smlth and l'rof. Wood to nriangi
details, prnildn teachers, and givo
proper notice of tho opening thereof.
Mrs. Frjsir wa3 appointed piiucipal
of tho Kalulanl school, to tho end c.t
tho school year, at a salary of ?150 per
A number of applications icgardlng
positions and salaries wero received
and referred to tho proper committees.
The committee on teachers' oxamlna-,
tlons was ordered to prepare for a
innritiiiia nvnmlnntlnn r tin linlit liitltirr .
ltUV.WVIO VAUIUIllltliUII iv IIU .14 UUIlUt)
the summer vacation.
A letter was received from Mrs. N.
H. Emerson regarding her services In
tho night scnool, and Mrs. Win, II.
Marshall was nppointed to a position in
the school nt a salary of ?40 per month.
Tho question of allowing , teachers
with tho consumption to perform actlvo
servlco was brought up during tho dis
cussion of an application for leave of
absence, and Mr. Von Holt stated very
. . X
in vour hands.
that this Committee was to re-
positively Hint in his opinion such
u.uluiB should not bo employed by th
Hoard. Ho wished to know If tin
liouid Intended taking any action in
tho matter. It was undcrsioud the
lloaid of Health had the question un
der advisement and would act; but '11
tho menntlmo something should be
dmiQ and steps should bo (alien to
havo teachers examined for consump
tion. Ho believed It was tho duty of
tlio lliiald of Health to follow tho
nelcntllic world and declaro consump
tion to lio n contagious disease. He
suggested that President Mott-Smlth
consult nt oneo with the President of
tho Hoard of Health and report, and
that tho question bo mado tho order of
tho day at tho next meeting. This
was agreed to and tno Hoard adjourned
at -J '13 p. in.
Kilday, May 4.
Hon. Sam Parker said this afternoon
that tho deal for tho Humuula ranch
was consummated and tho papers
would probably be signed this after
noon or tomorrow. Tho purchaso Is of
the leasehold which has about eight
years to run and covers 250,000 acres
of lino pasturo land on which nro 30,-
000 sheep and upwards of COO head of
horses. 'I no purchaso price Is $70,000.
With this purchase, and the lands al
ready secured by Mr. Parker, ho will
control nearly ono million acres of
land on the Island of Hawaii. Tho
Humuula property will bo run separate
and distinct from tho Mana estate.
On being questioned Mr. Parker said
that tho new purchase would have
moro or less bearing on tho reorgani
zation or extension of tho Metropolitan
Meat Co., In which he was qulto a
heavy stockholder. Ho denied tho of
ten beaid statement that a new meat
company was to bo organized, but said
Jiat the reorganization and extension
of tho present company would take
placo at once and the now markets con
templated would bo in working order
"I nm now through with Hawal',1
said Mr. Parker, "and shall next turi.
my nttcntion to securing desirable
lauds on tho Island of Maui; from thcr
1 shall go to Lannl, Oahu mid Kauai h,
succession to hcciiic whntover gooj
land I can for tho company."
"What will you do then?" was asked.
"Well," said Mr. Parker, with a
straight Itcpublicun smile, "you may
state that I will probably branch oul
Friday, May 1.
Inspector General Townsend has out
lined n plan for tho coming tevm of
tho summer normal school which will
allow tho students to bo credited with
tlio work done ns part preparation for
tlulr normal diplomas, should they
wish to complete tho couisc. Teachers
will bo allowed to select special
couises of study whero they have been
ut work throughout tho year. Teacher.)
picpailng for examinations will bo glv.
en assistance, but it must bo fully un
derstood thero will bo no mere "coach
ing" for examinations. It Is hoped
that a training depaitmcnt for prepar
ing ndvanccd students for teaching cai
bo also added. Tho Normal and Train
ing School will continue, duilng t li
toun under tho regular principal, am'
teachcis In specialties will bo provld
In conclusion tho Inspector Genera1
says that "all teachers and nil person0
desirous of becoming teachers of eith
er public or private schools In tho Isl
ands nro invited to do such work In
tho Normal and Training School dur
ing this .term ns may seem to them do
slrnble, without tho payment of anv
tuition fee or charge whatsoever, m
this school Is Intended for such pur
The Trlbuno will glvo you perfect
satisfaction and can bo depend 3d upon
at all times.
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7 he Unnc of Conuiuloii.
Following is tho Resolution, In
troduccd nt the Republican mass
meeting, wlilcu tho morning or
gan claims was the child of ma
Resolved, That tho Chairman of
this meeting be, and lie Is hereby,
authorized to appoint a Commit
tco of twenty-ono (21) persons,
ot which tho Chairman of tills
meeting shall bo one, for tho pur
pose! ot organizing tho Republi
can Party on the Island of Oahu
and of corresponding with tho Re
publicans on tho other Islands,
with a view to perfecting tho or
ganization of tho Republican
Party on such other Islnnds, and
with power to fix a date nnd to
Isstio n call for a Republican Tcr
lltorlal Convention, to bo held
In Honolulu, which Convention
shall consist of thirty members
elected from tho Representative
Districts us now apportioned and
which convention shall elect
delegates to tho Republican Na
tional Convention, to bo held In
Philadelphia In Juno, and elect
a Territorial Central Committee.
And be It further Resolved, That
said Commlttco of twenty-ono
(21) be styled "Tho Temporary
Organization Commlttco of tho
Republican Party ot tho Hawaiian
-Y- -V- -V- ;Y- H- it- it it
Wednesday, May 2.
Harvey It. Hitchcock, Mr. Meyer,
nwrcuco H, Dec, Harry L. Evans nnd
-harks J. Flshcl wero elected by the
ilssatlsllcd stockhoIdctH of tho Knma
lo Sugar Co. last night a.i a compromise
committee. Tho meeting unanimous
ly refused nn offer from Frank llits
tace ot $10,000 In easii nnd $10,000 In
paid-up stock. It Instructed tlio com
mlttco to nsk for $20,000 in cash nnd
$15,000 In paid-up stock, to mnko th
$'15,000 It Is alleged tho original ln
..oipointors Illegally diverted fiom tin
treasury. 1 ho commlttio had a con
fcruieo with Mr. llustaco this morn
ing. Ho objected to tliolr proposal, foi
yne reason, because ho held that his
offer had been Improperly given out
for publication. Tho commlttco iIocf
not indeed drsiro to mnko any ilnai
compromise with Mr. Hustncc. Thev
say Mr. Foster, who Is nbacut on Molo
knl, Is tho chief man to deal with. A
settlement with Mr. Hustnco, which
might bo 1 ejected by tho other defen
dants after the salo of delinquent
shares had been allowed, would put
them in a hole.
Chicago, April 19. The Inhabitants
of the Hnwaiian Islands evidently have
determined to keep paco with their fol
low citizens in tho United States, for
within tho last ten days $50,000 wortti
of automobiles have been shipped to
them. A Chicago firm built the ve
hicles, which included largo cabs, small
cabs, delivery wagons and "T" carts,
each accompanied by nn exhaustive
treatise on the ait ot guiding nnd man
aging nn automobile.
Tho Importing habit has been grow
ing on tho Hnwalians for tho last thrcn
months, and Chicago manufacturers
havo shipped within this period fully
3500,000 worth of merchandise. Chief
among tho articles nrc steel rails, pas
senger elevators and equipments, boil
ers nnd pumps, tho latter for use on
tho plantations. Ono of these pumpa,
with Its accessories, cost $57,000; two
others, moro than $25,000 each.
nicyclc, too, havo caught the Hawa
iian fancy. Consul Fred Job says
moro than 10,000 havo been sent to
Wednesday; May 2.,
Dr. Wood, president of tho Hoard
of Health, conferred with tho Executive
Council tills morning on tlio disposi
tion to bo mado ot the detention camps.
It waB voted:
That tho Kailhl detention camp In Its
entirety, remain In tho custody and un
der the Biipri vision ot the Hoard of
That the Hoard of Health use ltn dis
crction with regard to tlio disposal of
tho buildings nt tho Drill Shed camp,
and tho military buildings nt the Kail
hl detention camp; alto with regard
to tho effects now stored in tho Drill
Shed camp of any effects of nny of the
Tuesday, May 1.
Even on tho streets it can he scon
that business has revived since the
raising of quarantine. Tlio banks show
chcciful faces and tho nun chants nro
busy filling island orders that have
long been on (lie awaiting tho raising
of quarantine. Tho spasm caused by
.tlio tlucats of llllo and Knlmltil to
piocuro freight from tho Coast has
I passed as nil spasms do when noces3lty
will not wait did delays nro danger
jous. Honolulu Is tho natural and easy
maikct of tho Island trade and will
rapidly regain tho loss of local com
merce caused by plague conditions.
Wednesday, May 2.
Thomas Howdeu, chief cxpcit of the
Marconi Wireless Teleginph Co, of
London, arrived In the Nippon Man.
this morning. Mr. Ilowdcn with Man
igcr Fied J. Cross of tho Inter-Island
Telegraph Co., Ltd., will Immediately
proceed to tho preliminary work foi
Installing tlio telegraph system. The
ipcciricntlons will bo completed and
-he station on tlio vailous Islnnds lo
oted. Tuesday, May l.
Several hundred members nnd rela
tives attended tho celebration of the
seventh nnnlvorsray of Court Camocs,
V. O. V., at Lusltana hall on Saturday
ivcnlng.. T. P. Mellln, Sub-Chief
Hanger, delivered an opening address.
Then there wns a magic lantern exhibi
tion. Dancing and refreshments fol
lowed, tho Hawaiian Quintet Club fur
nishing music. '
Kilday, May 4.
An attempt on the lite of A. dc Souzn
Jannvarro, Portuguese Charge
J Affaires, was mado nt about liSO
j'clock this morning by some unknown
iiorson. A bomb very probably of dy
namite wns placed under tho window
jf Mr. Caunvarro's room nt his home
jn Pcnsacoln strtct and set out. The
panes of tho window wero smashed nnd
part of tho lattlco work beneath was
iorn out. Tho ground wns also tout up
.irotmd tho placo whero tlio bomb had
Fortunately, Mr. Canavarro suffered
nothing moro than n severe fright.
Ho was sound asleep when tho cxplo
jlon took place. After Investigating,
ho dressed nnd went to Deputy Mnr
ihal Chilllngworth's homo on Emma
3trcet to report.
Mr. Canavarro tells tho following
story of this morning's occurrence:
"I do not know what certain people
have against mo that they attempt to
blow mo to pieces In tho dead of night.
I ho pollco hav cno decided cluo ns to
tho Identity of tho person or persons
who committed the act but I think l
know tlio man. Yes, ho Is a Portuguese
and belongs to a class of desperate
characters that cannot bo called by
any other namo than anarchists.
"I bcllovo that a deliberate attempt
on my lite wns made. Two ycats ngo
when I was living on Hcrctnnla street,
tho samo thing occurred, but that at
tempt llko tho ono InBt night, failed on
account ot tho ignornnco ot tho man
at work. Ho evidently thought that,
by placing n bomb under my window
ho could kill me."
As soon ns Deputy Marshal Chilling
worth beenmo acquainted with tho
facts ho assigned two mounted patrol
men to patrol tho sheets In tho vicinity
of tho Canavarro house with orders
to apprehend any suspicious characters
lurking nbout However, tho tlmo be
tween tho explosion nnd tho nppenr
auco of tho police was suniclcnt to al
low tho miscreant or miscreants to es
cape. 'I he police nro busy with tho cuso to
day, but tho clues are unfortunately,
lather discouraging. Hoth Mr. Cana
aiio nnd tlio pollco nro anxious to
captuio tho person or persons who set
oir the bomb because, as long as ho Is
nbout, the llfo of the PoitugucEe
Chaigo d'Affnlrcs Is In danger.
Street railway matters wero before
tho i:ecutlvo Council tills morning.
I'niil Ni'iimnnn nnd W. II. Pain appear
ed for tho Hnwaiian Ttnmwnys Co.,
and I j. A. Thurston for tho Honolulu
Rapid Transit nnd hand Co. Tho re
quest of the latter to lay Its railway on
Alnpni street nnd South streets was
Mr. Neumann stated that It was his
understanding that tho Rapid Transit
Co. had tlio right to lay Its trackB along
1750 feet or thereabouts, ot King
sheet, nnd ho would mnko no objection
Tho matter of location wus brought
up and Mr. Thurston said that nothing
had been requested In regard to that as
After tho respective agents had with
drawn, tho matter was referred to tho
Survey Department to ascertain If the
petition submitted by tho Rapid
Transit Co. contnlned a majority ot
tho property owners along said Ala
pal and South strocts.
Tuesday, May 1.
Campbell & Pcttus will build tho
power liouso of tho Hawaiian Automo
bile Co. It will bo of concrete, fire
proof nnd sanitary. Tho main com
partment, next to King street, will bo
SO feet by 93 feet. Behind thnt will he
a room about 40x35, noxt ono 44x36 feet
and back of all a coal shed. Tho con
tract prlco is $29,705. Thero nro 27
vehicles coming, of which 20 nro hacks.
They aro stored In San Francisco,
waiting for the completion of tho pow
er house, and tho delay will save tin
company, thiough tho passago of the
territorial bill, $10,000 In duties.
Friday, May 4.
"Tho Honolulu Republican" Is tho
titlo under which th enow morning pa
per to ho Issued by tho Robert Griovo
Compnny. Tho first Ibsuo will appear
on tho dny tho Hawaiian bill goes Into
effect. Tho policy of tho paper will bo
Mnil for tho America Mnru close3 at
12:30 p. nt. tomorrow.
ftliptinott 1086 ft 156 P. O. Bol ff
Q H. BERREY, : Managor.
, Judd Building,
Ditncnlt collections a Specialty.
Room 10, Sprockets Building,
Collections a specialty. Prompt re
nlttances. No fee charged unless collec
thn Is made. 1442
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, aro hereby notlOer
that tho hours for Irrigation purpose
iro from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
4 to 6 o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNG,
Minister ot Interior.
Honolulu, J-iae 14, 1899.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
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Bank of Ban FranclHco.
London Tho Union Bank of Lend
New York American Exchange N
Chicago Merchants National Bank
Paris Credit Lyonnnls.
Hkum.n Drowlnor Bank.
Uonkonci and Yokohama Honk ng
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Nkw Zealand and Avhtraua Bm.
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouvkr Bank
British North Amerlut.
Transact a General Banting anilEicliingeEimi!
Depottts Recotved. Loans rasde on A
E roved Bccnrlty. Commercial nd Traveler
redlta Iisued, Bllla of Exchange- bongt
'JfLT-SCTTONS PnQMrTT.T ACCOtTHTSO 'ft.
Transact a G0uer.1l Baniiit(
nd Exchange Busincua.
Commercial and Travoler'
Letters of Credit issued, a vat'
iblo in all tho principal nifcie
f tho world.
Iiitorcst allowed aftor .Ttdj
1, 1S!)8, on fixed deposits S
months 3 per cent., G inonlLi
3J per cent., 12 months
BISZS!? & 3Q,
Savings Doroslts 1U u
rocelved ami Interest allowod by thl
Bank nt four nnd ono-lmlf per com
Frluted copies of tho Rules and Reg
ulations may bo obtainod 011 nppllcatlob
OlUco at bank building on Morchuni
BISHOP A CO.
Pioneer Building ano
ASSETS, DEO. 81, 189, $m,677.M
Money loaned on approved security
A Savings Bank for monthly deposIU
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twentieth Serl of Stock la no
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Presl
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; O. B
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary
DIRECTORS-T. F. Lansing. S. B
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Henn
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. B
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
chamber of Commerce rooms.
UOlce Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
Tlje VoohBina Specie Ban
Subscribed Capital .... Yen 24,000,000
l'aiu up capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,000,000
The Bank buys and receives for co)
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Draft'
and Letters of Credit, ana transact
a general banking business.
Oo Flitd Dtposlt tor it monttn, pw cetl t 4
On Fixed Dtpoill lor 6 moDthl, H "
On Find Dtpoill lor 1 boi, j
By ih Head OH:t. at Yokohama, 00 Cut rani Dt
rotlt. 1 a-... am per day.
Oa fli4 Dcpotlt lor it month!, jK pir en t p, a.
ftw Rfpc'jllc BolimnE. Ill lint si Foioln
Cnpita Stock -Capital,
W. O. AcM Prealifpnt '.V Manse
M. K. Nikuttia Vice rrelden
J. MHknlimi ., Treasure
K, JohiiNon (jeointur
Uoo. L. Deshi Audllo
nOARD OF DIRECTORS:
The abova Company will buy, lae,
or rb'iI .lands In iH parts otihe llaw'a!lar'
flancl; andalsv ln's ho"uaiVfu'ih'Clt'
of,,Houoluiu, for rent " " 'iliSB-jl
HNConpoKATtD Umder thi Laws)
Or THl Hawaiian Repuiucf
OFFICERS AND DIRECTOBSi
has. M. Cookm, Presldont.
P. O. Jonks, Vloe-Presideut
O. H. Cookr, Canhler.
F. C Atukkton, Assistant Cashier,
F. W. Macfarlano,
E. D. Tonnoy,
Solicit the Accounts of Firms, Oor
rarations, Trust, Individual, anil will
arefully and promptly attend to all
uiBlness connected with banking en
truRled to It. Sell and purchase Foreign
Exchange-, Issue Letters of Credit.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT J
Ordinary aud Torm Deposits received,
and Interest atlowed in accordance with
rule's and conditions printed In Pa-,
books, copies of which may bo had uj. n
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under the Laws ot tha
Republic of UawalL
Paid Up Capital
officers ami ninRnTnc.
Cecil Drown President
M. P. Robinson Vice-President
W. 11. Coupur Cashier
E. M. Uoyd Secretary
Directors Cecil Drown, Mark P.
ItobluBon, Uruco Cartwrlght, W. O
Cooper and II. M. Von Iiolt.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Francisco Tho Anglo-California
Chicago Tho Merchants Loan and
New York J. & W. Sellgman & Com
pany. London The Anglo-CallfornU
Varla Societle Generate.
Humburg M. M. Warburg ft Job
pany. Hongkong nnd Yokonama Thi
Chartered Bank ot India, Australia
Australia Tho Union Dank ol Aus
Canada Hank of Montreal.
Derlln Gerbruder Meyer.
Exchange bought and sold Letters
Credit issued on all parts of the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street
Joseph Fernandez, Prop'a
KEEP THE HEAD COOL and tha
feet warm Is the advice given by all tht
doctors in time of epidemics of any kind.
Pacheco's Dandruff Killer Is the bestte
use on the head, it Is' refreshing, Invigor
ating and stimulating, besides possessing
cooling properties contained In no other
preparation in the market.
- PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER
Is for sale by all drugeMs and at tht
Union Barber shop; Telr phone 696.
The . . ,
Comer Alakea and HalekauwIlaSts.,
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on Hand.
Estimates given for house wiring
and electrical plants.
Marine Wiring a specialty.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
electro ilyilraulle Power Transmission!
KKPOKTS AND ESTIMATES
FUHNIHHED. . . .
With Oatton-Nell Co., Queen street.
OfHce ney. to Pm flr. 1JJ2I
J-4 MES T. TAYLOR,
M. An. Soc. C. B.
S06 Judd Block. Tele, 681.
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