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..THE ..EVENING BULLETIN; hONOLULU,..,H.,..l THURSDAY,, .SEPTEMBER 27, .1900.,.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The Fine Passenger Steamers of This Line Will Arrive at anc
Iitave This Fort at Hereunder.
From San Francisco:
MOANA . Oct. 10
AUSTRALIA , 1 Oct 14
SIERRA Oct l
In connection with the ailing of the above steamers, the Agent
We prepared to iiine, to intending passengers, conpon through
Hekets by any railroad from Ban Franoiico, to all pointa in the
United States, and from New Tork by any steamship line to all
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
General Agents Oceanic 8. B. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Go. s Tojo Risen Kaisba
.... Blaaaar. cl tbl abov. coapaalaa will call it HonololJ n4 lam till pott oo of toon tbl .
.....alia bolow atoatloMl I....
For lapan and China:
Nippon Mini Sipt. 19
Rlodtjanolro Oct. 9
Amirica Maru Oct. 14
Oiillc Nov. 10
HongkongMaru Nov. to
for riniral laforaa'ton apply to
H. Hackfeld &
for riniral IntoraiMoB apply to
ian - Australian Royal
ssrStaaair. ol tba abora Mm. runlet to cmiictloa will tbo CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
Mtwira Vaocouvor. B Cant Sydney, N. S. W . inl calllcr at Vlctotla. B. C , Honolulu ana Bilibana
an DUE AT lIOMOl.i;i,U os 01 about tbo dan. bilow Italia vln
IOM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C ,
Fir Brlibaoo aad Sydney I
IWanlnoo Sipt to
Mtowera Oct it
Aotancl Nov. 14
Watrlmoo Dec. 11
arTarourb tlckili Inuid Iron Honolulu to Caaada, Ualud Stataa and Buropo. For Fralfbt ail
Pernio aal all toairal loloraatloo, apply to
Theo. H.DavaC8frCo..Ltd.. Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
8. 8. " AMERICAN " will leave New York for San Francisco, Portland anj
the Sound en route to Honolulu on October loth, due at San Francisco about Dec
ember J2th, at the Sound about De:embe-2ist. Will lecelve freight at Tacoma and
Seattle for Honolulu at lowest rates.
8. . " HAWAIIAN " Is expected to leave New York on December loth and
will perform the same voyage as above. Freight received at Company's wharf,
42d Street, south Brooklyn, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder Steamshio Co., Ltd.
8. 6. Klnau.
MOLOKAI. MAUI, HAWAII.
'Will sail from Honolulu nn
Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau
aakakal, Lahalna, Maalaea Bay, Klhel,
Hakena, Kawalhae, Mahukona, Lau
Banoehoe and Hllo.
Returning will sail from Hllo on
Frldas at 10 a. m., for above named
ports, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
iays. Passengers and freight will be taken
Cor Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhao, HI
lo, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
Passengers and PACKAGES ONLY
will be taken for Kaunakakal, Lnbalna,
Btmalaea Bay, Klhel and Laupahoehoe
6. 6. Claudlne.
Will leate Honolulu every Tuesday
at I p. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka
hnlul, Nahlku. Intnu, tlamoa and Kl
Sthulu, Maui. Ki; turning, touches at
above named ports, arriving In Hono
lalu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, once each
60 S. Lehua,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI.
Balls every Monday for Kaunakakal,
aUmalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Lahal-
at, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar-
rlrei at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
lake changes In the tlmo ot departure
and arrival of Its steomers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not be responsible
(or any consequences arising there
from. Consignees must be at the landing
to receive their freight. This com
pany will not bold Itself responsible
for freight after it has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
for money or valuables ot passengers
anless placed In the care of the pur
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. These fall
ing to do so will be subject to an ad
anions 1 charge of twenty-flv,e per cent,
The company will not be liable for
loss of, nor Injury to, nor delay In de
livery ot baggage or personal effects ot
passengers, or freight of shippers, be
yond the amount of $100, unless the
value of the same be declared when 10
celved by the Company, aad an extra
rharee be made therefor.
All emDloyea of the company are for-
kldden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment receipt tncreior in
the form prescribed by the Company,
and whjch may be seen by shippers
pon application to the pursers ot the
Shippers are notified that It freight
Is shipped without such receplt It will
be solely at the risk of the shipper.
C. L. WIGHT. President,
8. B. ROSE. Secretary.
CAPT. T. K. CLARKE. Port Supt,
i Ho cl Stint, II. I
Kapa, Calibathei, Loll. Natlv. Hill, Hula Sklrti
1 Etc. HontemacJtl
TELEPHONE Cj9 j
niinav ms,t rns a?imii "" ciV
VQU coa.MMiy on nan-j.
For San i-auaoisco.
For San Francisco:
America Mart; Oct. t
Game Oct 19
Hon2kong Miru. Oct it
Dotlc Ngv. t
Nippon Maru Nov. 10
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria ail Vaacourir IB. C I:
IAorangl Oct 11
Wanlmoo.... .... Nov, it
Mlowera Doe. 19
THREE TRAINS DAiLY
From San Francl n.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
From Portland . . ,
Lea e San Francisco: 8.00 A.M., 10.00
A. ,M., 6 00 P M.
Leave Portland: o-tfA. M., 9.00 P. M.
Through without Change.
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
: Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
Barber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
15 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E.-L. LOMAX. G. P. Si T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska
0. R. & L. Oo.
From and After January 1, 1899.
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F. C. Smith, Gen'l Pom. A Ticket
fJ. V. I)mw, Hnn'lniAnrtni
P O. Box tji liland Correspondence S I cited.
FIHKE & ASBAHR,
Cut and Growing Plants, Sprays, Bou
quets, Decorators for Weddings and Recep
tions. Floral Designs for Funerals a Specialty.
i CrtDT CrtJEIPIT'
, a . w a ivuL.a
Next to Williams' Undertaking Parlors.
Mrs. Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " JYtlgnon "
720 Beretanh street; Tel. 1114. 1627 tf
E. K. KAAJ,
Teacher of ' ,itar, Mandolin, 2ltb
Ukulele and Tare Patch.
Orders to be left nuro of Wall, Ntcli'in
'V-sUoia McjsIo Co.'i UM
QRAND (.IRCUIT RACERS
GREAT TROTTING RECORDS
WERE MADE THIS YEAR
Horses of the George Wilke3 Line
Carry Most Victories Lord
Derby Leads the Oreen List
New York, Sept. 17. When the cam
paigners departed from the Emr-lrc
City track last Saturday the Orand Cir
cuit of 1900 nas virtually ended. Many
ot the Western horses hac gone U
Columbus and Fort Wanc, while the
Eastern stables lime scattered, to meet
again next week at Boston.
An examination ofthe records show's
that 519 miles were trotted and paccJ
In races at the nine meetings of the
circuit. New York and Boston are
tied for first honors as to the speed
nenKe of the trotters, the rate nt each
meeting being 2:12 to the mile. The
pacers went faster nt Prolilence thin
anywhere elso In the circuit, thirty-one
heats there averaging 2:0Sl&.
Thomas W. Lnwson's four-jcar-oH
trotter Bornlma leads tho list of win
ners with 18000 and an unbroken scries
of lctorles to his credit. Lord Derby
of the Hnmlln stable Is the fastest
green trotter In the list, as well as ono
of th elargest winners. He trotted his
first race about eight weeks ago. and
on Monday of last week earned a mark
of 2:07. Crcsccus' mile In 2:06 nt Co
lumbus Is the fastest trotted In a race.
Among the pacers, Connor, now In
his twelfth )ear and his tenth cam
paign. Is the largest winner, with $7 1715
to his credit. Ho has cut his record
from 2:10tf to 2:08V1 since he left 1)3
trolt two months ngo, ami seems to 1m
still ImproiinR. Prince Alert's mile In
2:02 at Cleveland Is th cfastrst mile
made In a race In this circuit, while
James Butler's remarkable pair Bon
nie Blrect, 2:0-Vi, and Hattle O . 2:03'i
ranks as the fastest green ones nn 1
they nre the largest winners.
Tttenty-tno of the forty-one troticrs
that have won $1000 or more nre de
scended from George Wilkes In the di
rect male lino: sccn nre desrendarts
nf Electioneer; no trace to Rsil)k's
Hamblctonlan through other sons In
the male line, while seen of the mm-ey-wlnncrs
belong to other trottlnt
Arch Rock Will
Soon be Destroyed
San Franclsio, Sept. 19. TJi
contractors are losing no time In get
ting ready to blow up Arch rock.
The sooner that Job Is ocr tho sooner
they will get their flnnl pajment from
Uncle Sam. The flnnl payment Is
what they are looking for, and upon
the length of time It takes to get It
depends their prolU ur loss.
More explosltcs will be used In tho
blow Ing up of Arch rock than tho com
bined amounts used In blowing up
Shag rock nnd Sling rock No. 2. Tho
lending force of the powder will bo
tcrrtflv, but the chnnies me that tho
concussion will not be uny grchter than
on elthei of tho foimer (Reunions.
Arch rock has been a mcuaie tu nav
igation eui since tho days of '49, and
eun though tho peaplo of Sausalltu ob
ject to Its destruction because It Is oii
of tho sights of the bay, still the pilots
call It a "dangerous spot" and they
say It should liae beon removed long
"When they come to survey that
spot," said Pilot Frank Bod jester
day, "the will find every inch of
ground in the vicinity of Arch rock
covered with anchors and chains.
C'ojsters nnd deep-water ships bv the
hundieds havo come within nn ace of
going on the rock and had to slip their
anchors In order to get dear, Tho un
til or, chain nnd hnwse-plpu picked up
by the Se.i King on Monday was not
that of the Autocrat. It belonged to
tho old Ameilcuu ship Hlghlandei.
'I lie Highlander was nuiKlng port early
lit 1SGI nnd drifted down on Aicu lock
lit u fog, The anchor wns let go und
It held too well, tearing the hawse
pipe out of the ship and near!) all ot
the bow of thu ship with It. Tho High
lander was ufterwurd got off and her
turgo vvus saved.
"Tho first vessel that I remember
being wrecked on Arch rock," contin
ued Captain Uo)d, "was the pilot boat
Sea Witch. That was In 1835. All of
the pilots had 'boarded off' anil the
schooner was coming In In charge of
the boatkeepcr. There was a dense
fog and the boatkecper mistook Arch
lock for a sloop under sail und getting
his course accordingly made tho mis
tako of his life. All hands were saved,
but the Sea Witch was a total loss.
"The next wreck was that ot tho clip
per ship Flying Dragon In tho winter
of 180I-C2. Shu made the fastest run
on record from Newcastle, N. S. V
35 da) s, and anchored off Melggs
wharf. Captain Watson, thu well
Known nmrlno surveyor, was In com
mand of tho vessel, but tho pilot wns
still In chargo when tho accident hap
pened. A suddt'ii change of wind and
u fierce squall drove the Fl)lug Dru
gou down 011 the rock and alio becimo
a totul loss.
"The next vessel lost on thu rock was
the balk Autocrat In U09. Shu was
loaded with coal and drifted down to
her doom In n dense fog. Sluco tl.nt
tlmo numberless vc-bsels Imvu mudo thu
acquaintance of Arch rock nnd alwn)8
to thcli dlsndvaii'agc Thu old fcrr)
bunt Clinton went 011 one of Its ledges
In 11 fog and tho uttaiuer Oregon, now
running between tho Hound nnd Nome,
lost lioi' bilges on It. Ihu old bark
Columbia stuck 011 It foi n da) and a
night, nnd last of all, the bark Cejlon
drifted down on It a tew months ago
and was saved by the quarantine
steamer Sternberg, As It was, the
Ceylon lost all her sheathing. It would
take a page to give the number ot
vessels that havo Jnst escaped going
on Arch rock by slipping their cables,
and when the contractors come to bor
ing I'll guarantee they will And more
"haln nnd anchors than rock."
In the old lfl It was a favorite
amusement for tho young men of
North Beach to wait for a very low
tide and then pull a boat through un
der the arch. Captain Frank Murphy,
one of tho best known of the pilots,
pulled a vliltehall through the arch in
1857. Two of the crew of tho pilot
boat Golden Gate pulled a yawl
through In 1S59, and then a couple ot
)ears later a couple of men tried to
repeat the trick, but a heavy swell
was rolling in through the Golden
Gate and they were crushed against
the top of the nrch. Slnco that time
row boats have kept away from Arch
It has often been suggested to have
n lighted buoy on Blossom rock and
Presidio shoal, Blossom rock having
only nineteen nnd a half feet on It and
Presidio shoal only fourteen and a halt
feet at low water. It might be said that
when lights on Alcartraz or YcrLa
Bucna or North Head nnd Fort Point
can be seen there Is no reason for
getting close to these dangers, but
when the curtain of fog falls sudden
ly nt night after passing Inside tho
Heads there Is not much time to cliooso
positions, especially on a flood tide.
C.vpum Wnkefleld Sold.
The Amercan ship Cyrus Wakefield,
his been purchased by the Quartermaster's
Department of the United States Army
md will be sent to Manila to be used as a
coal hulk. The Cvrus Wakefield Is a
stanch and reliable vessel, and shipping
men are of the opinion that she would not
be convened Into a co.il hulk by any hull
v Uual. She Is of wood, of 2119 registered
t mnage and was built In 1882 at I hmas
ton, Me., by S. Watti. Her length Is 147
feet, breadth 41-7 fret and d'pth 28 6 feet,
per many years past the Wakefield has
bV In the Pacllic, with San Francisco as
her home port, the owners being John
Rosenfeld's Sons. It h reporteJ that the
price paid by the Gov ernment was (75,000.
Krugcr Can Depart.
Lisbon, Sept. 10. The Portuguco
government has telegraphed to the
Governor of Mozambique, authorizing
the departure of Mr. Kritger for Eu
rope. The Governor, however, must
satisfy himself that Mr. Kruger Is
really going to Etiiope. He Is Instruct
ed to lake nil precautions to sifeguard
the safety of Mr. Kruger. The news
papcrs.hcro say that Mr. Kruger will
take the German steamer Lourenzo
Marques, his destination being Holland
by way of Marseilles.
Collier for Honolulu.
Vnliojo, Sept. 19. Orders wcro re
ceived here )csterday to' prepare tho
colliers Justin nnd Nero for sea duty.
Tho former will proceed to Honolulu,
thence to Guam and then to Manila.
Tho latter will go to Yokohama via
Honolulu. When she reaches her des
tination she will report to the com
mander ot the Astatic station. These
two ships have a coal-carrying capacity
of nearly 0,000 tons, which will be of
great serv Ice to the squadron uow sta
tioned In tho Orient.
U. 8. 8. Wisconsin.
San Francisco, Sept. 18. The battleship
Wisconsin took a short spin around the
bav vesterdav. Her cumras-n w rre tested
and the engineers stwto It tint every
ining was in good wowing orcer. An
other run around the bav w III be mae'e to
morrow and on Tnursday the Wisconsin
will sill for Puget Sound, On her arnvat
the e he w III place on the Part Orchard
drydock and after 1 thorough overh tilling
will have her trial trip. After the trial
slit 111 come bick to san Francisco and
go Into commission.
Relict Htcmucr Wrecked.
Hnllfux, N. 8.. Sept. 18. The Lily of
tho North, which left Halifax last sum
mer with supplies for the Peary Arctic
expedition, Is it wreck. Thu loss Is re
ported from Cape Breton, but nothing
additional, save thnt the crow wire
saved, has reached here.
U. 8. 8. Adams.
fln Pr.infl,-n Q.nt ,K Th tritntt..
ship Adams failed rsterJay afternoon
wiwi a laige nuinoiroi navai apprentices
nr :l rril , nlnrrr th nnrlh.rn -nif 1 !
Government ship Cyrus W.uetieid will
saw soon ior i lie norm to 10a coal lor Ma
nila SEATTLE BEER.
The evir popular Italnlor beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
)tiu havo n glass of Seattle," Is moro
often heard thnn anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
REGISTUATION ROLLS ARE NOW
OPEN IN IIONOLl'I.l' IT IS THE
DUTY OF EVERY REPUBLICAN TO
REGISTER AT ONCE
STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR
SIDEWALK CURB AND PAVE
MENT FOR THE CITY OF HONO
LULU. On and after this dato all sidewalks
ami curblngs constructed within the
limits specified below, shall conform to
tho following specifications. In accord
ance with Section 371, Civil Laws, 1897.
CURB. Tho sldowalk curb shall hu
of good quality lava rock In blocks not
less than 30 Inches long, six Inches
thick nt the top edge and siifllclontly
wldo to be held firmly In place by the
street paving; to bo himmei ilrciitd
on tho outsldo for a width of not less
thnn ten Inches anil on top edge which
must show ft uniform width of slv
Inchcn Blocks to ho well Tieddcd, laid
true to Hue and grade and tho Joints
between the blocks, filled with cement
grout. At street corners curb to bo cai
rletl nrniind on a cuiva the radius of
which Is not loss than width ot sldo
wnllc. PAVEMENT To be artificial stot.e
flagging composed Of cemeni concrete,
constructed In alternate slabs In place.
It shall consist of two part's; I irsl a
base course 3 Inches thick, second a
finishing or wearing course Inert
BASE COURSE The baso course shall
be composed of three parts crushel
blue lava rock known as No. 2, no
piece of which shall be larger than
will go through, a two-Inch ring; twj
parts of crushed blue rock known as
No. 3, leaving out all which will pass
through a screen ot mesh to the
Inch; two parts of clean screened beacii
or other good sand; one part of cement.
Sand and cement to be thoroughly mix
ed before being wet and then with only
enough water to make a stiff mortar.
Wet broken stono before putting on
mortar. Mortar to bo spread evenly
over stone and tho mass turned In the
box tilt thoroughly mixed. The con
crete shall be properly deposl.id In
placcw Ithout being scattered and ram
med until the mortar flushes to tho
surface, using care to compact tho
FINISHING COURSE The finishing
course, of cement mortar shall be In tu
place less than -i Inch thick nnd shall
bo composed of one part eminent and
one part of the flno screenings from
the No. 3 rock and two pounds inmu
black to each bairel of cement. It
must be spread on the base cours? and
floated, whllo the latter Is still soft, and
adhesive, after which tho surface will
be smoothed nnd compacted by thor
oughly and skillfully troweling betoro
the cement Is too hard for such finish
log. The work must be kept moist and
protected from tho direct rays of the
sun for nt least three da)s by cover
ing with two inches ot sand .
PREPARING SUB ORADE. The
space to be occupied by the walk shall
be properly graded to a depth of JV.
Inches below top of finished walk. An
soft, loose or unsuitable material
found In the sub-grade shall bo re
moved and the space filled with flno
broken stone or cinders, after whloh
the whole surface shall be thoroughly
compacted by ramming or rolling an I
finished to required grade and crosj
GRADE Unless otherwise especially
provided for, the finished surface shall
bo a true plane rising from tbo curb
grado at the curb line at tho rate of
one-fourth Inch (Vi Inch) to one foot
(1 foot) to the property line.
bo of a well known or standard brand,
In good condition and must stand the
test required for cement In government
CONCRETE. The material used In
construction must bo proportioned by
exact measurement, and for this pur
pose contractors will be required to
provide themselves with rectangular
boxes for measuring materials and
tight boxes for mixing. No mixing ot
materials on pavoment will bo permit
ted. No retempering will be permitted
and concrete which has already begun
to set before being put In place will be
rejected. Concreto shall bo laid m
blocks shall be put In alternating, and
width by the width of walk and shall
bo marked off Into squares by tho use
of propel marking and Jointing tools.
Screeds of sufficient stiffness must lid
used to preserve a true and straight
.'dge the width of tho walk. Cnncrela
blocks of not to exceed three feet In
each block finished with top coat Im
mediately so that a good and sulllclcnt
bond may bo had between them. In
termediate blocks shall not bo put In
for at least twelve hours after finish
ing the first blocks.
Whenever driveway occurs, tho arti
ficial stone flagging shall not bo less
than eight (8) Inches In thlcknetui, and
the surface Bhnll be finished with sufll
clcnt longitudinal grooves or corruga
tions to provide a safe foothold for
nnlmals. Stono paving of approved con
struction may be substituted tor con
crete In driveways. .
Outaldo of tho limits mentioned for
eement pnvlng, the property owners
shnll have tho option of constructing
sidewalk pavement of either cemnt
concrete as specified or of approved bi
Tho specifications for cement pave
ment shall apply to all sidewalks con
structed In tho City of Honolulu, Isl
und of Oahu, within the limits, boundol
by the waterfront, commencing from
tho Marine Railway to River street,
thenco along River to Vineyard street,
thence east nlong Vint) aril street to
Nuuanii street, thence up Nuunnu street
to Sohool street, thenco East along
School street to Lusltanu street, thence
along Klnau street to Victoria street,
thence down nlong Victoria street to
King street, thence west nlong King
Btreet to South street, thence down
South street to Queen street, thenco
West along Queon street to Punchbowl
street In a direct line to place of com
mencement, Including both sides of tho
streets named and also King street as
far as the Palnma Pumping Station,
Nuuanu avenue, as far as Judd street,
and Bcretanla avenuo from River to
Tho specifications for uirb and for
option of bituminous pavement shall
apply to that portion of Honolulu
bounded on tho South East by a lino
running N, E. true from the sen passing
through tho Diamond Head trig sta
tlon; on tho Northwest by tho Knllhl
stream, on tho maknl side by tho sc.
nnd on tho niauka side by n lino pun
Hel to, and one nnd one-half miles
from the vvntcr front,
NOnrrcATION. I'ropirty owneis
will bo notified when they .tie required
to construct sidewalks.
J. A. McCANDLESS,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Public Works Department, Honolulu,
Sept. 25 1900.
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 81.
NOW Is the tims to get leaks art)
oroanges wen to, and
Roofs Put In Order
By competent wotksatt,
For the Plumbing
On that new house that yon trs
nooui io rjniia or tbo alteration
yon are Intending to make obj
yonr property. Call and see tsi
and get an estimate.
JAS, NOTT, Jr
Practical Tinsmith and Plumber,
nf Punohbowl. Phone Mi.
Hour 7 a, m. to 6 p. m.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
B W. Basra.
Honolnln Sheet MeUl Workj
Gslvanlrsd Iron Skylights and Vsitllatsrs.
Conductor Pips and Guttsr Work.
Slrtaidi Stmt. boL Quooa aaa MorcSaM. sjaiolaai
aarJobblot proaptly attndaS la.-wa
Tel. White 41. PJ). Box ITO
BOARDING AND LIVERT
Rigs sent to any part of the
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
TEL. BLACK 141.
..RING DP THE..
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
118 FORT STREFT
Stable 'Phone, 477
Hsck Stand 'Phones, 319 and 7.
O. H BELLTJIA.
Drays for Freight
Our rpnrpntnttt, .,..,. .11 1 ..
..r,.,. , all intoning
steamers from the Coast and we cheJc
""KtiiKc uu mi uutgoing steamer..
Wdlle and Black Sand For Site.
Offii" Wltll Plonlnr U.ill.tl.. . Ll
street. TeLbO: K ' "'" 'ni
W. LARSEH, H'g'r.
( White ami Black SanJ
1 In Qiuntitit". to Suit
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE,
pump Carts furnished by the diy
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK.
.Merchant St., In M. D. Monsirrut's office.
A GOOD THING
4 u c
Obla, Algeroba and Pine Firewood
Dal and Split (rssdyfoi thiBtovs).
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITS AND DLAOK SAND
lowest Prices, delivered to any pan
HUSTAOE & CO.,
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Pacific Transfer Co.
ir Klnc St , out k Hall,, tVltry,
Express Wagons, Drays
Lumber Wagons and
Dump Carts : : : : :
Always on Hand.
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