Newspaper Page Text
the People Get AH the' News of ttie Day.
From the Progressive Bulletin.
HONOLULU TEKIUTOltY 6v HAWAII, SATURDAY, SEl'TEMIJER 1. 1P00
Pjmci: 5 Cents.
I II III 111
Hi; Vol. IX. No. 1G25
? Mil Of
It Starts a Branch in
- San Francisco with
CONTRACT FOR NEW
. HONOLULU BUILDINGS
The Company MayPo Large Direct
" Trade with Manila-Also Recover
Old Direct.Jrade with Ha
On the arrival of Fred. W. Macfar
lane, managing director ot tlio Union
feed Co., Ltd., 'from n prolonged visit
to tho Mainland about two weeks ago,
a Bulletin reporter calling on him in
hla o'Jlce In tho fourth story of the
Judd building noticed some large pic
tuies on the wall which Indicated new
developments In the career of the.com
pany named. Ono of these was a sket Ii
of a group Of warehouses abutting, nit
a wharf on the San Francisco wnter
frcnt. Another was a water color draw
ing of an imposing gioup of building
In Honolulu such as the reporter ki:"W
did not.then exist. Doth showed sign
boards with the Inscription, "Union
Tcd Co., Ltd."
Mr. Macfarlane being asked for an
explanation of the decorations readily
compiled, but asked the reporter to
withhold publication of his statement
until the contract for erecting the
buildings In Honolulu had been award
ed. Ills reason was that hn hnd but
two sets of the plans and specifications,
and would have to give them out to lo
cal contractors In turn. Publication nf
the company's scheme ot expansion at
that time would therefore be liable to
cause embarrassment. Yesterday Mr.
Macfarlane nnnounccd that tho con
tract had been nwarded and he was
ready to give the reporter a compl-tc
statement for publication. This fnl
"At a meeting of the Union FVol
Co.'s directors on February 111 the capi
tal stock was Increased $73,000, making
it $150,000. This Increase was for the
purpose of establishing n branch In
San Francisco. .
"Real estate on Fifth, Berry and
Channel streets wns purchased by mo,
and upon the land large and commo
dious warehouses have been erected.
"In connection with the establishing
of this San Irnnclsco branch we are
operating our own presses. It Is the
AJax press manufactured by the Whit
man Manufacturing Co. of St. Louis,
and we have secured the solo right to
operate this press In the State of Cali
fornia and the Hawaiian Islands. W'o
have also secured the right to operate
this press In common with anyone, else
that tho Whitman Manufacturing Co.
may award It to later for Manila busi
ness. It Is to bo operated In California
for the shipment of bales of hay to Ma
nila, Negotiations for the rights of
this Implement have been pending be
tween the Whitman company nnd my
self for the past eighteen months. Tho
concession was flnnlly completed on my
visit to St. Louis about nine months
ago, and for which my trip at that time
was specially made,
"Tho compactness of tho bales put
up In the AJax press permits advan
tageous stowing nnd expedltlotiSjhand
ling. As compared with the old luting,
a balo put up In this press measures
about Ave cubic feet against the six
teen cublo feet of tho California bale.
The average weight of tho AJax balo
U about 100 pounds and It Is therefore,
partlculaily adapted to the export
"The branch of tho company's busi
ness has been established In Sun Fran
cisco at 222 Sansome street with A,
Gel herding & Co. ns managers.
"Tho presses will bp operated In the
fields, baling hay from the stack dlron,
and also used In tho San Francisco
warehouses during tho winter time !n
rebating large bales Into small bales,
Tho San Francisco branch will (or the
present do'nothlng but nn export trade,
nnd will take care of all tho golds
shipped to this company, besides the
direct business that will be dono be
tween San Francisco and Island porta
other than Honolulu, 'Thus wo will
pick up plantation business that wo
lost when direct shipments to planta
tion ports becomo regular. Wo figure
to do our share of the Manila trade for
the United States Government.
"It Is more than likely that within
the next 30 days we will ship about 10 -000
bales to China for one of tho for
eign governments, dliect from Sa.i
"During my visit at the CoaBt thli
time I had plans and spcclflrntloiis
drawn for new buildings to be erected
by tho company on land leased from
the Bishop Estate for 30 years at Ka-
kaako. The buitdlngs nre to be con
structed of Northwest rustic, with Iron I
ruofs nnd concrete floors throughout.
And In addition to this there will lis.
erecteAat, tho same time a modir-ij
feed mill. .Accommodation Is to bo I
provided for st-tbllng IS horses, witbi
a wagon shed for IS jlruva. Lodgings!
will also be prepared on Ahc premises
for the employes of the company. The
plans and specifications were drawn by
IMward R. Swain, the architect who
planned the new ferry depot at thn
foot of Market street, San Frnnclsru,
"At my Instance tenders for tho con
struction ot tho buildings wero called
for In San Francisco. Tho plans nnd
specifications wero brought to Hono
lulu and tenders Invited heic. At n
meeting of tho directors of the com
pany held this day there were read Ilvu
San Francisco and six Honolulu bids,
and here Is a copy of them." Mr. Mac
farlane produced the following list:
Satf Fianciscu 't,
Thopia?lSy '& Sons ...'. I31.OT)
HaiiBbourgh & Ilobcrtson 53,215
J. F. niley 43,000
Hannah Bros 43,900
F.W.Kern , 41,201
II. F, llectelmann $38,S31
Wm. Wagencr .V.'. ." 53,"."
D. L. Davis 53,9'.T
Lucas llros 48,7? (
If. L. Kerr&Co 48,6'n
Campbell and Pettus 40,831
"F. W. Kern of San Francisco being
the lo.vust bidder was nwarded the con
tract by the directors, nnd tho work
will be commenced within six weeks.
The contract culls for the erection ol
the buildings within DO days from the
time the contractor Is given possession
of tho land, which Is now being filled
by the San Francisco Ilrldgc Co. under
"The site Is at Allen nnd South
streets, the urea being about an acre1
nnd a half. The Iden of selecting thl 1
site was to bo In close proximity with!
the wharves, It being only thought a
question of a very short time when
large and commodious wharves wou'd
be built In that locality. The rum
pnny hopes to occupy Its new quarters
some time In January next."
Mr. Macfarlane stated, In nnswer to
a question, that enough of the Queen
street property would un lescrved for
warehouses to take care of the town.1
nlley und Kallhl triple, and ns for tho I
rest of the premises the directors would
REGISTRATION ROLLS FOR VOT
ERS ARE OPEN TILL 9 O'CLOCK.
No Faith in
Li Hung Chang
London, Aug. 2I.-A special dispatch I u " "unicd that tho Imperial build
from Tlcn Tsln says thnt William , 'KS- tho"Sn captured, will not be ..e
Pethwlck, formerly of Brooklyn, N. V troycd.
: .. :,..i i ...
.'.', ...... ....,..
nnu coniiueiuiui auviscr ui we iiiiiii'isu i
Government wlicd the United States1
Consul at Tien Tsln, under date of
Peking, August 10th. as follows; ,
"t.l linn f!h.inir should be lcnore 1 J
Ho represents the hostllo Mlnhtry mil
will avert Its Just punishment, by mis
representation ot our polstlon It be
BIG FIRE AT MAKAWELI.
There was a big Are In the caneflelds
nt Makawcll plantation on the lnnds of
Gay & Robinson Thursday night. The
news was brought by the Mlknhala thbi
morning. The origin Is not knovn.
Although the whqle plantation foreo
was called out. seventeen acres of cano
was burned before the flames could bo
stonned. As the cane Is cry young
there will bo quite n loss as grinding
would yield but little.
EVERY REPUBLICAN SHOULD
VOTE AT THE PRIMARIES.
FITZ8IMIW0N8 THE VICTOR.
Passengers by tho Aornngl this morn
ing repoit the defeat of Sharkey bv
Fltzslmmons In two rounds on tho
night of August 21. Tho bine fact of
tho victory of Fltzslmmons wub re
ceived by wlro at Victoria early In tho
morning ot August 25 und, as the
Aorangl sailed for Honolulu at t a.
ni., no particulars of the fight could
Motor McCarthy Buck.
, C. J. McCarthy arrived from Van
couver In tho Aorangl this mornlns.
He reports a successful time both In n
business and pleasure line, He speaks
uiry enthusiastically ot the Aorangl and
her officer and gives tho following
daily runs made by her: 101, 34G, 313,
3G3, 317, 317 355 nnd 146 miles to make
up to noon yesterday.
THE POLLS ARE OPEN FROM 4
TO 9 P. M.
NATIVE HATS AND PUGGAREES.
Full Hue ot above goods are shown la
Iwakaml Hat Manufacturing Depar:
ment. - '
Orent sale of boots and shoes at 5
cents on tho dollar at L. B. Kerr &
Co.'s b1io house, corner of Fort ant
ii it it it it it It it it it it it tit
EVENING BULLETIN CUP"
The "Evening Bulletin cup" Is tho
" Paloma and Dewey will contest In the ocean rare to Lnhalnn. As it
ii leaders In yachting circles Clarenco Macfarlane and T. W. Hubrnu have it
f- felt that their efforts In sporting elicits, have not been appreciated In .
it proportion to the time, money and nillvc Interest they hnvo'glven for it
the advancement of yachting In the islands. it
fit As an expression of tho nproclatlon in sporting circles for the good
wor kthesc gentlemen have done, nr.ro doing and will continue to do, '"
A- the poprletors ot the'Biilli tin imvo offered n cup to be known it the
J'Eveolng Bulletin cup," tho first trophy for tho first ocean yacht rnce V.1
it In' tho Territory of Hawaii. it
V The start will bo inade at 3 o'clocck sharp this afternoon. Both the '.-
f yachts have been put In splendid ihnpe and the coiiti-u will be a sharp
it one. it
i! it it it it it it it it it it it it it ii it it . it it ii it it it it ii it ii ii it it ii it it ii
Chinese Now Fighting Among Them
selves Reportthat Queen Dow
ager Has Been Captured
Later Details of Fall of Pe
kingDistrict of Li
London, Aug. 51. 3:60 a. ni. Fire?,
fighting and dissension lire apparently
following In the wake of the relief of
Peking. The Dally Mall publishes dis
patches from (lie Chlncxo capital, dated
ns late as August 17th, declaring tlu.t
" meat lire wns then raging In Ihc Im
lf rial City. The Hussluii Commissioner
had declined to accept the decision o.
the other generals, not to dilute tl.t
Imperlnl precincts, and street flghtli.g
wus going on. General Chaffee, so It Is
nssciteil, maintained that the Chlncu
hnd been adquatcly punished nlreaijy.
and that It would be unwise to take ths
Imperlnl paliuc. This explains '.lib
withdrawal ot llic Amentum, nun
breaching three gales, as cabled by tho
special coirespondenceof the Assoclal M
I'nss. Tho Russian tleneial, buweve..
maintained that his Government hn I
declared war against China, nnd that,
therefore, there was no reason to pre
vent him carrying hostilities Into the
Judging from various, und In man)
cases, contradictory dispatches, that
have reached Europe this UHirnl.ig
from Peking, the commanders eventu
ally adopted a middle course, for u
Renter telegram asserts that sentries
were placed to prevent looting, llcn'c
i no nres nnnear co ue incendiary an i
! in i.n mused bv the, t.Milnesn tbemselves.
"" "1'";hib iuu i-i uiu wy
,llllt. according to tho latest recelv. d
'""ro Irom l'eK1"B le cnmmnnucrs wcio
somewhat at sea regarding their fu-
ture action, all awaiting Instructions
from their governments.
Tho foreign residents appear to huo
been sent to Tien Tsln, nlthough til')
St. Petersburg correspondent of the
Dally Mall says that the Ministers will
not leave Peking until tho negotia
tions for indemnity are under wny.
Neither the commanders nor diplo
matists were In communication with
tho Chlneso Government on August
17th. They wero then benrchlng for
Among the puzzling reports as to the
whereabouts of the Empress Dowager
Is ono from St. Petersburg, that sbo Is
In tho vicinity of Peking, but surromu:
ed. The Emperor seems to have dis
appeared completely. It Is olllclnlly re-
ported that tho Minister of the Nether-
lands, Dr. Knnbel, was slightly wotinc
ed during the siege.
St. Petersburg dispatches announce,
good progress In tho Mniichurlan cam
paign. The town of Mergen was cap
tured on August 18th, with trilling
Russian loss, while tho Chinese suffer
ed sevorely, leaving ten guns, 700 rifles,
and largo quantities of ammunition, in
the hnnds of tho Russians.
Tho reports of risings In Northern
Korea are confirmed . It is believed
that these are not duo to Ill-will toward
foreigners, but to local dissatisfaction.
Tho Korean Government Is sending
troops to tho disaffected districts,
According to telegrams from Shang
hai, considerable uneasiness Is felt
there over the fact that no dlspatrhts
have been received from Peking since
August 20th. Other Shanghai reports
locate tho Emperor Kwang Su as un
der the protection ot the allies, and
the Empress Dowager as already cap
tured by tho Japanese.
Describing tho engagement west ot
Tien Tsln on August 6th, a special dls
patch says: "Tho Sixth United Stat s
Cavalry worked with ilrlll-lll'o prool -
slou In the hnnd-tn-hnntj fighting, and
tho Chlneso only escaped thiough the
bungling of General Dorward."
Berlin learns that there has been
father flghtlng west of Tien Tsln,
which creates the Impression that the
Province of Pechlll must bo effective
ly ocupled, before pcaco negotiations
will become feasible.
it it it ii it ii it it it it it it it ii it it it it
trophy for which the yachts La M
Details of Fall
Of Peking Horde
London, Aug. 23. General Guseles,
Cominnndor of the British forces ut
Peking, has tcligiuphcd the War Olllco
"Pelting, Aug. 15 (Wednesday,) vln
Chefou, Aug, 21 (Tuesday. At a ton
lercnce held un August 12th, It was
agD-ed that Ihe allies should coiucu
tiate within Mm- miles of Peking on An
Ubl 14th, and that the assault should
begin on August 15th, und uur troops
had to make a forced march of lUtevu
inlh'b fiurn Tung Chow In gicat heat.
Vc were on the extreme lift, and at
tacked the southeast gate ut the Chl-
nise city. There was piactlcally I
opposition, us we were not expected .ll
thnt joint. I'he Indian troops broke
down and rushed tho gate, and I en
end irltli cat airy und kimh'. I t.l':.
sen: uthcr iniulry and the l'unjaiii.
Infantry to the Temple of Ilciuui, tJ
seuiri' our left flank and ciimpln
giiiund and with the other corps nitdird
on toward the Legation. At 3 o'clock
we got un the canal opposite the Wa
ter gate and weie signalled fiom ihc
wall held by the Legatloners. I sent
n portion of the bluff and sewnty In
dlnus, who rushed across tho Imoxt
dry moat and forded through to 111'.-
water gate without loss. We found all
well In the legations. Sir Claude Mac
Donald Immediately sliowcu mo tin1
piibltlons, with tho view of further .u
lion, In the meantime our Held artilk'v
had been brought to bombard tho cen
ter gate of the Tartar City, but a sor
tlo by the Amerlruns and Russliins of
the garrison along the wall anticipated
tho bombardment, nnd tho gate fell In
to our hands.
Two Held guns wero then brought
Into the Legation and tho rest wero
sent back to the Temple of Heaven.
At about 5 In the afternoon the Ari
el leans, under General Chuffee, entered
the Legation, and then we moed on
towards the center of the city for thn
night, lly nightfall we had 100 men
In tho Legation.
(Here, apparently, some words are
During tho evening nt tho Temple of
IIcaen wo wero engaged, nnd after
Inflicting heavy losses' wo occupied the
South gate of tho Chlneso City."
HOW REILLY FELL
Peking, Aug. 15, via Chefou, Aug,
22. Tho Americans broached thtee
gutes before tho Imperial Paluro, and
occupied the approaches tu tho las;
wall. Captain Henry J, Rellly, Bat
tery F, Fifth United States Artillery,
and flvo privates wore killed, and 1U
wuuuded, During the afternoon, the
Americans returned to tho camp, pend
ing a conference between the general..
Thereupon tho Russians occupied tho
approaches to tho palace.
Captain Rellly was standing on the
wall and directing his battery, when
u bullet struck him In the mouth, kill
ing him Instantly.
The battery hammered at the gates
until they fell. In the meantime, tho
Infantry cleared tho strecta and walH,
whero the Chinese soldiers, with lino
cover, stubbornly resisted. The flght-
Ing was close and sharp. A French
1 imttery, while shelling the approach to
tho palace, nnrrowly escaped the Amer-
General Chaffeo nnd Mr. Conger aro
conferring regarding tho diplomatic
features of the situation.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, nil shapes. H
Best of Feeling Obtains
Among Majority of
MANY PRECINCTS HELD
MEETINGS LAST NIGHT
Nominations Made for Precinct Club
Officers and Delegates to the
Tho Republican primaries for the
election of precinct officers and deln
gates to the nominating conventions
will be the big feature of the towu
this afternoon nnd evening up to U
o'clock. In nearly every precinct tho.o
will bo friendly contests, and throng i
oiit tho day the party workers have
been going hither nnd yon In the In
tel eats of their candidates. The nomi
nations made last night were as fol
lows: Second ol Fourth.
The rest of the city precinct clubs cj
the Republican party held noinliiatluiis
last night for tod.i's primaries,
Tim olilli fif Ihn am nlitl Iiroi'lnpt t.l
......... ... ......
111. ..Ml. 11. U. Bll.CC 111VI ... .XiUll.lUIIUI.l.
school, Ilcretanla stieet, J. A. Oilman i
prebldlug, nnd I). II. Case sccretan
.Nominations weie mnde as follow?.
President, J. A. Gllninn and J. II. Fish
er; secretary I). Case and Daniel Lo-1
gnu; treasurer, J. B. Atherton and W i
A, Bowcn; Judges, W. O. Atwnler, .1.
A. Thompson, K. It. Hendry, F. C.
Atherton, E. O. White, George ParlJ, ,
G. II. McClellan, F.S. Dodge; delegate
to district committee, W. II. Iluogs. I
Geoige McLend. J. A .Kmnul.ie, J. II I
Atherton, Chns. Wilcox, L. Andrews,
Win. Haywood, J. W. Jones J. M. Ken,
fV 11 Vi.mmii A. Ilrnun. Thi fnUnu'lnz
resolution wa mured by Mr. Haywood I
nnd adopted. Revived. That It Is rl.e
nun aiiwiuuM. itvruiitiii iii.h n m inv
sense of the Republicans of the Second I
I'lirhu-t of thi. Fourth District tint
wiille fully appreciating tho laudable!
ambition nnd courtesy of our fellow
Republicans of Hawaii, It would he nn
wise to have the Territorial convention
held nt Hllo this year,
Thl'd of Pourth.
Reservoir building Niiunnu avenue
The following nominations for permn-;
lit in uuiie-rn nnu ...,tue; i icnit.-'..., i
Mark Robinson; secretary, C. J. de
Roo; tredsurer, F. Mclutyrc; Judge"
Jonathan Shaw, Henry Waterhoiise,
11. M. Mott-Smlth; delegates to the dh
trlct committee, Mark Robinson, Hcnrv
Waterhoiise, II. M. M(itl-Hmlt,h.
Pourth of Pourlh.
Fort Street School The following
nominations for permanent olllcera
wero made: President, W. C. King;
vice president, Horace Wright; secre
tary. II. C. Morton; treasurer, W. II.
Wright; executive committee, A, O. M.
Robertson, It. S. Giegory, A. V. Gear,
David Nnhoolewa, C. L. Crab!)':;
Judges, II. II, Williams, I). L. Naonc,
James Nott Jr.; for delegates to dlt
trlct committee, C F, True, C. L.
Crabbe. E. II. May, A. V. Goar, Jam -a
Nott. Jr., II, S. Gregory. David Nnhoo
lewa, Georgo Rosa, D. L. Naone, A.
Nelson. Fourteen new members wcio
elected, making 173 In nil. Judges wore
Instructed to have printed ballots for
Hltth of Fourth.
There wero In tho neighborhood of a
hundred present at the meeting of tint
lllflb precinct of the fourth dlstilct in
the drill shed last evening. Owlnr co
a professional engagement, Dr. C. L.
Garvin, piesldent ot tho cluh, was not
present on time. John W. Short, tha
secretary, called tho meeting to iirilr
and immediately resigned. Lewis ot
Lewis & Turk was chosen temporal y
chairman. Business proceeded in u
manner otherwise than orderly until
the arrival of Dr. Garvin when things
wero conducted In parliamentary order.
Ab the old Judges hold over until af
ter today's election, nnd since a couplo
of these, men announced that they could
not act, J. Mahono and Gustavo Roco
wero elected to fill their places.
The following were nominated as
delegates to run for the District con
vention: J. Kcohokll, Samuel Johnson,
Wm. II. Coney, Al. Mooro, Albert Trar.lt
and O, C. Lewis.
The officers chosen wero ns followB
O. C. Swain, president; Gustavo Rojc,
secretnry, and E. J. Henley, treasurer
The president was Instructed to appoint
nn enrollment committee,
Sixth of I'oiirth.
Chamber of Commerce The follow
ing nominations wero made: President
Prank L. Hoogs; secretary. L. H.
Wolf, treasurer Dr. G. W. Burgess
delegates to district committee, .J)r Q
W. Iliugpss, L. II. Wolf, Dr. C. B,
Cooper. T. E. Kioubo, Frank L. Hoow
Precinct entitled to but three delegates
Ninth ol I'lltii
In til enlnth precinct of the fifth dis
trict kaiiiiiwcln schoolhouse, the fol
lowing nominations were made: Prr-sl-
dent, .1. T. De Holt; secrotnry, S. 1C.
Ka-ne, tre.isuier, J. I). Mclnerny; en
rollment committee-.'. It. Gait. W. .1.
Coelho nnd M. Costn; delegates, !. T.
P. Waterhoiise. Geo. II. Carter, W. .1.
Coelho, John A. Hughes, J. T. I)e Bolt
nnd S. K. Ka-ne.
Tenth ot Fifth.
Tenth precinct, fifth district Republi
cans made these nominations, also at
Knuluwcla choolhouse: President, J.
L. Knulukou; vice ptesldcut. K. J. Wil
son; secretary and treasurer, W. II.
Crawford; Judges. A. Holster. Charles
Broad, J. Xavler; delegates to district
committee, E. J, Wilson. J. L. Knulu
kou, W. II. Crawford, Enoch Johnson.
Hllo, Sept. 1. In accordance with the.
cull Issued by the Territorial Ceutial
committee of tho Republican ait in
the Territory of Hawaii, au order for
the formation of precinct clubs In tho
I'lrat District was promulgated by Ex
ecutive Committeeman Richards oil
Filday last, and meetings wevo held nt
the Mirluus polling places uf the dis
trict Wednesday etenlng.
Fireman's Hall was the polling' place.
Consequently few. If any, residents nf
Olua wero present. This territory -of
so huge nil area to one picclr.it is un
fortunate and will probabl) be reetlllc.l
In tho future.
E. E. Richards actid as temporary
Motion to proceed with the elo.tlon
of president was carried. Nomine?
were can a, amuu, j. i . smiin tuu v.
11. Smith. Ballot resulted In tho elec
tion of the 111 st named Smith. He nit
being present, E. E. Richards was con
tinued ns temporary chairman. W. II.
Smith was nominated and chosen per
manent secretary. Candidates far
Judges of election were, J, V. Smith, (.
A. Andrews, F. S. Lyman, Chns. Hitch
cock (declined.) Jos. Glbb, O. Omste.t.I.
Elected: F. S. Lyman, J. U. Smith and .
O. Omstead. '
The matter oj holding the next Ter
ritorial Republican Convention In Hllo
Instead of In Honolulu was then
'chcd, "e correspondence, upon
lhc ,,,bJcc' "ylng been previously held
,Kw"en 'np c"",rnI 'e'",lv, CL,m7'
'"" r iu i'vw... -y.
thought It would bo a good thin fdr
The following committee wns ap
pointed to sccitro pledges nom local
people of thc'iiuount ($1000) no'essnry
to defray expenses:
L. A. Andrews, A. Marshall, J. U.
S4m1t)i I If fnt1nnfintTii Mim.ipii a
Wanis; ., T. MoIr w H u,p
NO HAWAIIAN TROOPS
Governor Dole has recclvp-l a letter
from Washington, declining tho offer
of tho Territory of Hawaii to furnish u
battalion of troops for scrviro in Chliio.
At 12 noon today E. S. Hoyd, secro
tnry of the Public I-nnds department,
sold nt auction, in front of tho Judici
ary building, tho II vo ) ears' leaso ot
land at Kahlklnul, Koolnu, Maul, at the.
i upset price of (3010 per annum. It Is
pastoral land. A. Enns & Co. wero the
A complete now stock ot gents
shirts, collars aud cuffs at L. B. Kerr's,
Tho two San Francisco nvixlrluus
will give n concert nt .ho New Kngln'id
Bakery this evening as usual.
ROUGH 'AND HEADY
IN CALF AND KID
IN ALL SIZES :
Bluclf" f Tans!
. i ..
. - rf - ' v