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Who is Your Favorite School Teacher?
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Voii. VIII. No. 1532
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1900.
Pjbiob 5 Obntb.
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Big Deals in Hilo Railroad
and Government Bonds
Two hundred thousand dollars
worth of Hilo Itallroad Company's six
per cent bonds were sold nt par today.
VI. Waterhouso & Co. effected tho
transaction, selling 1170,000 to tho
Robinson Estato and retaining $30,000
In order to ncgotlato the deal It was
necessary to sell $170,000 of Hawaiian
Government 6 per cent bonds, which
were purchased by tho Ilank of Ha
waii. Tho meaning of the cntlro
transaction is that cash from outsldo is
obtained for Hawaiian bonds In anti
cipation of their being paid by the
united States Government, which cash
Immediately goes Into largo local de
velopment enterprises. In this case
$170,000 goes to tho Island of Hawaii
for distribution In liquidating con
tracts, labor and supply bills, etc.
II. Waterhouso & Co. are negotiating
for tho salo of $200,000 moro of Govern
ment bondB, tho proceed sof which will
go Into Hawaiian enterprises.
CORNER ON STAMPS,
Someone went to tho Post Ofllco this
forenoon and bought all the 12 cent
Hawaiian stamps left In tho safe, the
sum paid In bolng In tho neighborhood
of $5000. Postmaster General Oat, was
asked as to tho Identity of tho buyer,
stated that, ho could not divulge It just
tl Is stated on good authority that
tho valuo of tho 12 cent stamps has ad
vanced to 20 cents. Thcro has been
-quite a run on this particular denomi
nation for Bomo tlmo past.
Poop Little Doggte.
Another afternoon paper announced
a couplo of days ago tho rescue ot
poor little, doggie many miles oft the
shoro of Kauai, swimming for dear
llfo and just on tho point of going
down "tho third time." Somebody evi
dently played a trick on the reporter,
tor tho little doggie was picked up In
Mild Booze Licenses.
Light wlno and beer licenses havo
been granted to II. C. Norton nt Wala
nao and Chas. David at Walalua, by
voto of tho Executive Council.
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
' July 31st, shall send in the largest
. number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
. 1st Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 970.
The winner of the ist prize Is at liberty
to choose between models oo, 92 and 04 of
the loco Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel 94 Is
1 road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Model 90 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 ids.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
. of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made bftween the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
2nd Prize, 6Iner Sewing Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or ine
"Automatic," with three drawers. This
machine will be furnished by B. Ber-
gcrsen, sole agent for the Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Pre mo Senior Camera,
4x5, with Outfit $40.00.
The Premo, St., 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 Hack,
' Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo
Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 6 Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It is to be
elected from the stock of the Bcrgstrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
tiust be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp
tlons 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 sent in as
oon as secured, together with the name
nri address of the person to whom the
inscription is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care shoulJ be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
tddr.ss cf each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try Ifor these prizes.
Subscription Rates: 8.oo per year,
I2.00 for three months; strictly In advance.
HOGAN CASE GOES TO JURY
William Eston Pleads Not Guilty to
Charge ot Harder.
Large Batch of Nolle Prosequi Entered
Fine for Heedless DrWIng-
Hatters la Probate.
William Eston. charged with tho
murder of Toyo Jackson, pleaded not
guilty beforo Judgo Stanley, uuancs
Downing, charged with tho murder of
Geo. Poal, was given till tomorrow to
plead, on tho application of his counsel,
PIggott and Hnuslcr's trial for lar
ceny went over this morning until tho
afternoon on account of tho Illness ot
Mr. Hcnshall, nttorney for defendants.
P. M. Urooks Is assisting tho Deputy
Attorney General In prosecuting this
Judge Stanley this morning disposed
of the following cases as stated: Lai
Fu, assault and battery, nolle prosequi,
ucputy Attorney General Dolo and P.
Neumann for prosecution; Humphreys
& Andrews for defendnnt. Lau Wat
Suck and Kim Soon, assault with dan
gerous weapons, nolle prosequi. Depu
ty Attorney General and Humphreys He.
Andrews for prosecution; Neumann for
defendant. P. J. McGettlgan, larceny
second degree, nolle prosequi. Deputy
Attorney General and J. W. Cathcart
for prosecution; S. P. Chllllngworth
for defendant. Philip J. Kerch and N.
Hill, larceny second degree, nolle
prosequi. Same counsel as In previous
enso. Mlko Castello, heedless driving,
chances plea to guilty and Is fined $10.
Defendant In person. It. A. Faulkcn-
bcrg, larceny second degree, continued
until August term, defendant allowed
to go on his own recognizance, nt rc-
nuest of Deputy Attorney ucncrni. h
It. Hitchcock for defendant. Gcorgo
Miller, larceny second degree, nolle
prosequi. Cathcart assisting prosecu
tion: Hitchcock for defendant. Tal
Chcong, violating building regulations,
transferred to Jury, wnlvcd calendar.
Neumann for defendant.
Doth sides had rested nt noon In the
Hogan damage caso against the Canadian-Australian
Steamship Co. Judgo
Davis passed upon the requested In
structions to tho Jury, and then declar
ed recess only till 1 o'clock. Tho clos
ing nddrcsscs of counsel to the Jury
would then begin.
W. O. Smith has presented trust ac
counts as follows: Guardianship ot
Dill Bray, minor receipts $825.69, pay
ments $389, balance duo ward $23C.G'i;
trusteeship of cstuto of Achl K. Akau,
deceased receipts $1500.25, payments
$1C2C12, balance duo trustee $19.87;
guardianship of Annlo Hall, minor
receipts $2952.58, payments $2422.03,
balance duo ward $530.55; guardian
ship of Wm. A. Hall, minor receipts
$1022.84, payments $1300.84, payments
$1300.87, balanco duo ward $315.97.
Mngoon & Long ror ucrcnuant give
notice to A. O. Correa for plaintiff that
they will ask tho Court tomorrow to
set a day for tho hearing of Keaumoku,
w vs. Fred Wundcnberg, bill for re
formation of deeds.
The Coroner's Jury In the case of Ya
mada. the Jananese who died at the
Queen's hospital on the 25th of April
through Injuries received by being run over
Dv the cars at twa, returned a veruici 01
accidental death this morning.
SUGAR FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Tho ship E. D. Sutton, Carver mas
ter, sailed for San Francisco this fore
noon with a cargo ot 47,348 bags ot su
gar, weighing 5,800,905 pounds, valued
at $251,490.50 and shipped by tho fol
lowing: 0707 bags by C. Browcr & Co.,
nnd 40.G41 by Castle & Cooke to Welch
Tho Am. bk. TranBlt, Jorgeusen mas
tor,' cleared for San Francisco today.
To Molokal on Business.
H. R. Hitchcock and F. H. Foster, both
of whom are Interested In the Kamalo
plantation situation, left for Molokal In
the Klnau this forenoon, for the purpose
of obtaining certain facts and figures The
situation has arrived at such a stage that
the presence here of the manager, P. Mc
Lane, will very probably be ntcesary,
and he may accompany Messrs. Hitchcock
and Foster back to Honolulu.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. AH sizes, nil shapes. H. F
W. J. Lowrle, manager of Spreckols
vlllo plantation, returns homo this af
ternoon. Whllo on his present visit t
tho city, Mr. Lowrlo has bought four
ot tho choicest lots on Pacific Heights.
HONOLULU : SCHOOL
DAY AND NIGHT CUSSES
Rooms ii-ii, yi Floor J 9 a, m. 4 p. m
IIour l 7:10 o:jo p, M,
-x- -x -x & -x- a -x -x
Vacant Circuit Judgeship. .
X- President Dole announced to tho -X
X' Executive Council this morning -X-X-
that ho had received Gardner K. ft
X Wllder's resignation as Circuit '
X Judgo of tho Third and Fourth ;'
X- Judicial Circuits. Theso aro tho -X-V-
two circuits of tho Island of Ha- -X
X- wall. Tho filling of tho vacancies
X- for each of tho circuits Is to
-X have a separate Judge Is tho pro- 'X
H rogatlvo ot tho President of tho -X-X-
X- -X -X ft -X -X- -X- & -X -X -X- - -X -X- -X -X
FAMILY TROUBLES AIRED.
Mr. Markcl, tho Punahou iln'rymnn.
nnd his wife, figured quite prominently
In the Police Court this morning, the
charge ngnlnst tho former being as
sault and battery on the latter.
Mrs. Markcl stated on ths witness
stand that on last Friday her Imsbind
told her to wash certain mill: palls.
Sho refused to do this and asked Mm
If ho thought her a servant. At this,
ha Insisted that sho wash the palls it ml
upon refusing again, ho chased her rnd
throw a big stick nt her. This struck
her In the leg, causing severe bniiioa.
Mr. Mnrkcl, taking the stand, stated
that his wlfo had not nttcndd to her
duties nt home, that sho wns abusive
nnd had taken to drinking he.wlly of
late. Ho chased after her because slio
told him three times In rapid 1 'ces
sion to go to the Infernal regions.
While turning around to look nt him,
she ran ngnlntit a tree and bruipol her
self In tho leg.
Just hero It became ncccwiry for
Judge Wilcox nnd Mr. Market to go
Into tho former's prlvnto room to cx
amtno tho bruises on Mrs. Markcl,
Mnrshnl Drown Insisting that Uicmo
had been mado with something thrown
from behind and not by contact with a
Judgo Wilcox suspended sentence on
Mr. Market for three months and tried
to patch up tho row but tho two par
tics refused to como to terms.
When Mr. Mnrkcl was bewailing cer
tain unfortunate happenings In the
fnmlly, Judgo Wilcox mado the vciy
apropos remark of "There h no use
crying over split milk."
Booked for Maul.
The following passengers nro booked
to leave for Maul ports In the Clnudlno
thlB afternoon: K. S. Gjcrdrum, II.
Halvorscn, P. Wlttrock, W. J. Lowrle,
J. N. S. Williams, P. U. Laughstroth,
Mr. Maynll, Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. K.
Taylor, Mrs. II. Dickenson, P. Burns
and wife, Mrs. L. 11. Miranda Geo. II.
Robertson, J. A. McCundlcss, D. K.
Kalallllll and daughter, A. Gussonl, W.
L. Dccoto, It. C. Searle, J. W. Searlo,
R. C. Searlo Jr., Young Tong, Helen
Watamau, Louis A. Lnlssen, C. M.
Crawford, Joso Mcdclros, wlfo and
child, Miss V. Drummond, J. J. Drum
mond, I.. K. Aknna, wlfo and three
children, Ed. K. Kobnyashl, II. Klhnra,
S. Yasumorl nnd daughter, H. II. Wcl
ler, Mr. Welch, Martin Newman, Mr.
At a meeting of tho Kamehnmch.'i
Alumni Association last evening tho
following business was transacted:
Lease of property on Fort street
read and a committee of threo appoint
ed to Investigate clauses of tho lenso
nnd to accept or reject tho same, re
porting tho matter nt the next meet
ing. June 11 wus fixed for tho club house
warming. Voted, thnt each member be
assessed a minimum of $2.50 to go to
ward defraying expenses of tho Initia
tory festivities. A committco of nva
wns appointed to deal witn refresh
ments and program.
Another meeting will lie held Mon
At tho meeting of tho Honolulu
Stock Exchange held this morning the
resignation of Geo. II. Carter was ac
cepted, nnd with It tho condition ac
companying thnt J. H. Gait, employed
In tho Hawaiian Snfo Deposit & Invest
ment Co., should bo elected n member
In his plncc, which wns done.
doll GuordH Shoot.
Tho Oahu Jail team ot ten men shot
n score at tho Iwllcl butts this morn
ing. That tho men aro Improving is
proved by tho following scores: Lcl
aloha, 4; Kamana, 43; Kawai, 43, and
Cockett, 43. Tho next lowest scores
wcro 39 and 36.
TWO WEEKS ONLY.
Wo will hold a reduction sale Is
every line, commencing rrom May Gth,
1900. Call In nnd Judgo for yourself:
wakaml, Hotel Btreet.
BBRQSTROM MXTSIO OO.
DEMOCRATS ARE SIZING UP
Wednesday Night Mass Heetirg to Find
Oat Who's Who.
Dr. HcGrew and C. J. McCarthy (he Actire
Leaders Speakers Scheduled Tot Ibe Pre
liminary Work -Public Invited.
The Dcmorrnts of Honolulu have Is
sued a call by general consent for u
mass meeting to be held on next Wed
nesday evening. Tho use of tho Drill
Shed has been secured for the occasion
nnd tho arrangements arc In tho hands
of Dr. J. S. McGrew and C. J. McCar
thy. Dr. McGrew said this morning that
tho mnln object of tho meeting tomor
row evening would bo to take steps for
a preliminary organization of tho
Democratic Party In Hawaii, and to nl
low Democrats to get acquainted with
one another. They wanted nobody ex
cept Democrats on tho roll nnd they In
tended to find out "who were who," be
foro appointments were mado and dele
gates elected. Tho Island nnd Honolu
lu would be divided Into districts nnd
precincts, but this work might be de
ferred until 11 future meeting. Thcro
was no slato piepared ond would be
none unless It wns discovered by tho
Advertiser. The doctor said that ho
was himself uncertain who many of
tho Democrats were, but ho was very
certain thcro were a good many In Ho
nolulu and the Islands, ns tho future
elections would show. The Democrats
did not Intend to mnko tho blunder of
drawing tho color lino and they bo
Moved a portion of tho natives would
voto with them.
It Is the Intention to have a number
of prominent Democrats address tln
meeting and others will be called upon
from tho audience. Among those men
tioned to speak aro Dr. J. S. McGrew,
Chas. J. McCarthy and E. P. McClana-
ban. It was the original Intention to
havo elected W. C. Wilder as chairman
ot the nicotine, but owing to Illness
that gentlemr.t v.-lll not bo able to bo
present nnd another man for the posi
tion has not yet been selected.
The meeting will bo hold In tho Drill
Shed tomorrow evening nt 7:30 o'clock
Prepare for Sale
of tbe Royal Relics
It. J. Green Is In charge of arrange
ments for displaying the relics of tho
Into monarchy to bo sold ut auction on
next Thursday at 10 o'clock. Tho ar
ticles arc now being Invoiced and la
beled, nnd the display will bo made In
tho Drill Shed immediately after tho
Democratic meeting on Wednesday
evening. There nre many pieces of fur
nlturo nnd homo vnluablo nienncs In
tho collection, among which was no
ticed tho fine case of sllvcrwnre, con
taining several hundred pieces, which
was the gift of tho French Government
about tho tlmo of tho coronation. Sev
en years ago when the Involco was tak
en ot tho present property and placed
In Mr. Green s hands, n prominent gen
tleman lu Honolulu, now dead, offered
a handsome prlco for this particular
caso of silver, but was refused. The
articles of tho set will now probably
be sold separately; they aro all of tho
finest quality nnd in tho best condi
tion. Mr. Wlchmnu Is at work today, at
the request of tho Minister of Finance,
placing n value upon each article of sil
ver ware, and It Is probable that uu
upset price will bo nrranged for beforo
tho salo begins.
Since tho arrangement ifnd Invoicing
ot tho articles began E. K. LUlkalnul,
with n native- assistant, lias been pres
ent for tho purposo of seeing that there
aro not nny further nrtlclcs belonging
to the Knplolnnl Estate or to Lllluoka
lnnl among tho lot. Nothing ot Im
portance bus thus far been discovered.
Several old native women wero also
present during the morning for the
same purpose, and, If their story had
been listened to they had a claim
through sumo member of the former
royal family upon every article In the
room. Mr. Jas. Hoyil of the Interior
office succeeded In convincing tho wo
men that It was nil "pun" and thev
Tho Exccutlvo Council has recom
mended to tho Conunlssloneis of Pub
lic Instruction that tho namo of tlw
new llcrctanla street school house be
changed to bo Knahumnnu school,
$176,000 LAND TRANSFER
Beautiful Town Homestead
HcGrew Is Sold.
Bon. Alex. Young and Bishop Estate Purchasers
MagDltlccot New Business Block
Sixty Foot Street
Tho old homestead of Dr. J. S. Mc
Grew on Hotel street has been sold to
Hon. Alexander Young and tho Ulsbop
Estato for a sum aggregating $175,000:
ot this amount Dr. McGrew will receive
$150,000. This means tho passing of
the old social landmarks of old Hono
lulu mndc'famous In the local and poli
tical history ot the past threo decades.
rho march of Improvements following
annexation will soon bo seen In tho
block bounded by Hotel, Alaken, Kins
and Fort streets, ns will bo seen by the
roiowiug urici interviews given the
Ilulletln by Hon. Mr. Young nnd Mr.
Hon. Alexander Young was seen to
day about tho Intended Improvements
on the McGrew property Just purchas
ed. He said: "The Dlshop Estato and
myself will put a street through from
Hotel to King streets. Tho now street
will bo sixty feet wide. I will build on
tho East side ot the now street, to
be named hereafter, a row of buildings
of tho very best class, both flro nnd
enrthquaku proof, with all tho latest
modern Improvements. The buildings
to be erected will havo steel frnmes,
and all tho floor will bo otthcr of con
crete or of tiling; they will bo four
stories In height and fitted with Im
proved elevators and tho block will
have an electric plant of Its own. Ths
length of the street to bo occupied by
these buildings will bo 45S feet front
ngu on the new street, with a frontage,
of 01 feet on King street nnd 151 feel
on Hotel street.
"As yet I havo mado no definite ar
rangements ns to plans or style of ar-
chltcctuic; bin while at the Coast 1
will look Into these matters vciy
closely and prcparo for the Immediate,
erection ot tho buildings. Wm. Mutch
will hnve the control nnd superinten
dence of construction nnd will prob
ably visit the Coast with mc In two
months from now for the purposo
Investigating the latest methods of
construction adopted on tho Main
Mr. Dodge of the Dlshop Estato suld:
"The Dlshop estato retains control of
the entire frontage on the Ewa sldo
ot tho new street, amounting to 439
feet, tho trontngo on King street of
195 feet, nnd thnt on Hotel street of
82 feet; this land the estate proposes
to siibdlvldo in tho near future. Tho
Arlington House property will bo vn
cated on the 31st of next August with
the view to the erection of new build
ings. A now hotel project is being
considered, and, If proper terms can bo
secured, a new hotel building will bn
erected upon tho north corner of King
nnd the new street.
Judgo Gardner K. Wilder has order
ed tho removal of C. It. Collins as ad
ministrator of the estate of A. V. Col
lins, deceased, and -has ordered thnt
all money, property nnd effects of tho
estato bo delivered to Daniel Porter,
clerk of tho Third nnd Fourth Cir
cuit Courts. Tho motion was mado by
the Hilo Mcrcnntllo Company, Ltd.,
anil tho order, received In tho Klnau.
was llled May 4.
Tho Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Co. 11. N. Lauford, Manuel Joso and
John Pcrclia Hlco havo brought In the
Circuit Court of tho Hecnd Circuit suit
for Injunction and to cancel lease
against tho Maul Sugar Co., Ltd., nnd
twenty-nlno natives and Chinese.
On a llculth Trip.
J. M. Vlvus, tho well known Portu
guese uttornoy, left for Hilo In tho Kl
nau today. Ho will spend a couplo of
weeks at tho Volcano and will then go
into the inoiintallis of the Konn dis
trict. Mr. Vivas has been In very poor
health for several months past and
his doctor has advised a change. Ills
stay on Hawaii Is Inilelliilte,
U. 8. 8. IrouuolH.
It is expected that the Iroquois will
leave for Midway Island Thursday or
thereabouts. Sho Is being fitted up
anew nnd nil tho coal possible will lis
crowded Into her bunkers. Seventy
bags will nlso bo placed on deck. Ar
riving at Midway Island, tho Iroquois
will vciy probably come to nn anchor
lu homo secluded spot and uso her
boats for tho work which sho goes to
New Notaries Public.
W. O. Aiken of Pnla, Ainul, and J. S.
Lenhnrt of Knlnoa, North Konn, Ha
waii, havo been madu nolari' s public
by the Exccutlvo Council.
Forflno full dress shirts nt $1.00 each
L. D. Kerr & Co., Queen stieet. These
shirts aro strictly high grade as to f
Make Gravel Fly.
Uy voto of tho Exccutlvo Council
today, tho Minister of tho Inter-
lor Is authorized, until further
notice, to draw from tho nppro-
priatlons for Honolulu roads and
bridges at tho rato of $10,000 a
month. This liberal expenditure
4 ought to mako road work lively
in the city.
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PUBLIC WORK HUSTLIiS.
Inquiries at tho ofllco of tho Minis
ter of Interior disclose that all the
payrolls, under tho appropriations
passed by the Council of State and ap
proved by President McKlnlcy, nre Im
mediately available and work will bo
pushed In various directions at once.
The pumping plant for Kalllil can now
bo, pnld for and tho work thereon will
be pushed to n finish. The work on tho
new Diamond Head reservoir, under
the direction of tho Superintendent of
Public Works, will also go forwnid
and the new harbor work provided for
will probably begin as soon ns Minister
Young returns from his three weeks'
vacation, beginning today.
AsBiuilt With a Knife.
Kaunkaaukal wns arrested yesterday
on the charge of absault with a knife
on his wife. Tho case came up In tho
Police Court this forenoon nnd, when
asked what ho had to say, stated thnt
he wns drunk nnd knew nothing of hU
actions. Tho enso wns set for tomor
row to give defendant time to employ
Tho wlfo Is cut in soven or eight dif
ferent places In tho fnco nnd her hands
nro nlso badly cut. Sho mado a special
appeal that Kannknaukal bo kept In
jail no matter how much money hid
relatives might put up to get her out.
Sho was afraid the man would kill her.
BARCKIIAUSEN FOR LAIIAINA.
Wallukii, May 11. Manager Ahlborn
Is reported to havo decided to with
draw from tho management of Pioneer
mill. Mr. HarckhaiiBcn of Klpnhulu Is
said to bo scheduled for tho position
Charles Lennox, formerly nt Ewa
and with Mr. Lowrlo at Sprcckelsvlllc.
Is to be tho manager of the new Labor
Bureau to bo established by the Maui
At the Orphcum.
Hognn's new play "A Country Coon"
was presented for tho first tlmo Inst
evening to a large audience nnd was
received most favorably. Tho ptoco Is
ot tho musical-comedy order nnd con
tains many humorous situations, some
clever dialogue and many new songs
and choruses for which Hogan has fur
nished the music. "A Country Coon"
bids fair to bo a success both In Hono
lulu nnd In the States. New scenery
has been painted for the production
and the play Is well mounted
American Ship Ashore.
Lourenzo Marques, May 3. Tho
American ship William II. Macey, Cnp
tnln Groth, from Vancouver, Is ashoru
nt Cockburn Shoal. Tho Urltlsh war
ship Forto has gono to her assistance.
The William 11. Macey Is of 2,092 tons.
Sho Is 254 feet 9 inches long, 43 feet
2 Inches wide nnd 28 feet 3 Inches
deep. Sho Is owned by J. C. Eschon &
Co., and halls from San Francisco.
Gent's Hcrnisdorf dye black sox su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
at L. II. Kerr & Co.'s, Queen street for
ono week only; don't fall to sco them.
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
, Just opened by the .
Manufacturers' Sboe Go.
Our stock Is now replete with good fits,
good style and good wear.
If you cannot come In with your
children, send them In and they will re
celve just the same care and attention
and their ett will be just as carefully
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If you'll foot the
bill, and promise you that both will b