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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, OCTOBER iG, 1900.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The Fine Passenger Steamers of Thii Line Will Arrive at anc
Leave This Fort as Hereunder.
From San Francisco: For San f-rauoisco.
AUSTRALIA Oct til AUSTRALIA Ocl.jo
SIERRA . Oct )i
AUSTRALIA Nov. it
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents
re prepared to issue, to intending passengers, coupon through
tickets by any railroad from San Franoisco, to all points in the
United States, and from New York by any steamship line to all
For farther particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
Gen oral Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. t Tojo Klsen Kalsna
-... S to 1 a art of tftt ibort eoaptoiM will call at Honolulu and lr (Ml pott oa or about &
. .tUtti btoiateilODdi.
For Japan and China:
Coptic Oct. IT
Amtrtca Marti Oct. 14
PiklrtE Nov. 1
Gallic Nov. 10
Hongkong Mara Nov. w
China Nov, ?
Doflc Dec S
rot ttooral information apply to
I H. riafckfeld &
of ttooral loloma'JoB apply to
Canadian - Australian Royal Hail Steamship Cipanj.
flar-tarsi a! iha ahfiva llaa. raaalaif ta eMBacllaa with uW CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
HI mb Vaacouvof. B. C . ana SvdBty, N. S. W
irt VUK at liunuitUKiaj oo or aeoui int
IOM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C.
I Miowtra Oct. it
,, . I Aorancl Nov. n
,,,. , ,, I Warrlmoo Dec. at
dwTTbrotifB tlcktta Ittuad froBj Honolulu to Caaao'a, Ualtad Statot aad Europo.
raiaai ana bii gDtrai inionsauon, appij to
Theo. H Davlce &Co, Ltd., GcnM Afecnts,
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN
S. 8. " AMERICAN " leaves New York forSn Francisco, Tacoma anJ Seattle
en route to Honolulu on October loth, Is due at San Francisco about December 12th,
at the Sound about Decern Der 21st. Will lecelve freight at the above named por s
Honolulu at lowest rates.
8. 8. "HAWAIIAN' will leave New York 011 or about December loth to
perform the same voyage as above. Freight received at Company's wharf, 42d
street, South Brooklyn.
For further particulars apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
io Co., Ltd.
6. S. Klnau,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Wilt sail from Honolulu on
Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau
ak&kal, Labalna, Maalaea Hay, Klhel,
Ctokena, Kawalhae, Mabukona, Lau
fanoehoe and Hllo.
Heturnlng will sail from Hllo on
Frldajs at 10 a. m., for above named
torts, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
days. Passengers and freight will be taken
(or Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhao, Hl
lo, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
Passengers and PACKAGES ONLY
will be taken for Kaunakaicai, utnaina,
UoUea Bay, Klhel and Laupaboeboe
6. 6. Cluudlne,
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at I p. m. touching at Labalna, Ka
hulul, Nahlku, Hnna, Hamoa and Kl
tahulu, Maul. Returning, touches at
above named ports, arriving In Hono-
lain Qiinrlov mnrnlniTR.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, once each
6. 8. Lehua,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI.
Balls every Monday for Kaunakakat,
Eavmalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Lahal
M, Honolua, Olowa, Returning ar
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
saake changes In the time of departure
and arrival ot Its steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not be responsible
for any consequences arising there-trout-
Consignees must be at the landing
Io receive their freight. This com
any will not hold Itself responsible
for freight after It has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
lev money or valuables ot passengers
Bless placed In the care of the pur
ser. Passengers are, requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those fall
lag to do so will be subject to an ad
ditional charge ot twenty-five per cent,
The company will not be liable fori
loss of, nor Injury tp, nor delay In de-
livery 01 uaggago or personal errects ot
passengers, or freight of shippers, be
yond the amount of $100, unless the
value of the saruo be declared when to
eelved by the Company, and an extra
charge be made therefor.
All employes of the company are for
bidden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment receipt therefor In
the form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be seen by shippers
pon application to the pursers ot the
Shippers are notified that if freight
Is shipped without such receplt It will
Ik solely at the risk ot the shipper.
C. L. WIGHT. President
8. B. ROSE. Secretary.
CAPT. T. K. CLARKE, Port Supt
For San Francisco :
Gattle Oct. 10
Hongkong Maru. Oct. it
Chna Nov. x
Nippon Maru.. ..... Nov. to
Wlodf Janatro ...... ..Nov y
uotiictk vec. 9
Co., Ltd., Agents.
and calllof at Victoria. D. C, Honolulu aod Brlibaao
aaiot ptiow iiaita vui
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria ud Vancouver (B. CI.
IAorangl Oct $4
Warrlmoo..... ..Nov. 11
, Mlotra Dec. 14
For Frolfht and
THREE TRAINS DAiLY
From San Francl ?.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
From Portland . . .
Leave San Francisco: Bxa A. M., 10.00
. m., o-oo f m.
Leave Portland: o!i A. Al., 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.
Jl H. LOTHROP. General Aeent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco,
E. L. LOMAX. G. P. & T. A..
147 . Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1H.
STATIONS. Dally Oally
(Oltwara) M. Su. tally .1. Sua. D.lljr Dally
Moeomi ...... ,10 . . ,,,0j ij 5 ,0
P.arl City.... 1. 1 14S .. tn ,,.
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F. C. Smith, Oen'l Paw. A Tioket
a. P. numanw. flnrorlntenrient.
Violin - Studio
RooAt 4, Love Building.
Mrs, Addjs Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " miction "
720 Beretanla street: Tel. 1114. 1627 tf
E. K. KAA1,
Teacher of .,tar, Mandolin, Zltb
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to he left care of Wall, Nicholi
Oi -V'-witroni Mrido On ' 121
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
AT THEIR BEST
(Continued from page 6.)
lean affairs. When tho time came it
wns not to be doubted that most of
them would bo found casting their lot
In with tho Democratic party. Thoy
could not Join tho party that robbed
them of their Independence. Ho was
among tho first to proclaim against the
nnncxntlon ot Hawaii to tho United
States, because he felt that such woulJ
he detrimental to the best Interests ot
the Hawaiian people and, as he thought
then, detrimental as welt to the com
mercial Interests of this country. Th?
policy ot Imperialism and expansion
now being supported by the Republi
can party could, If carried Into effect,
only be disastrous to these Islands. It
would result In the annexation of Cu
ba and tho free admission of Its sugar
to tho United States. Mr. McKlnlcy
nnd his friends had for years been en
deaorlng to hao the sugars of every
other country admitted free. The plat
form of tho Democratic party In Ha
waii nas one that claimed the suppoit
of every right-thinking man. He
wished he could any the mi mo ot the
Republican party. This was a clurmiv
document filled w Ith specious promised
that were Intended to be religiously
broken. It promised payment of plaguo
flro damages, but with tho money to
come out of the customs receipts, al
though Its authors knew that there
must be covered Into the United States
treasury and w6uld not be nvnllalile for
tho purpose mentioned. He quoted the
Ijitln proverb saying that what is fill)
In one thing Is llnblo to be false lu
nil. In conclusion ho wanted a word
especially to the native Hawallnns. It
was representatives and agents of the
Republican party here who had tried to
keep them out of the voting frnncliln
mill their argument was that the Ha
vvnllans were not to be trusted with
the control of the Legislature. It win
for them to prove that this was n
Blnnderous Imputation. The first LesU
lature, with the Democratic tlckt
elected, would lio largely composed of
natlvo Ilawallnns, nnd the Democratic
party of Hawaii would stand sponsor to
the United States for tho conduct of thf
natlvo legislators. They could be de
pended upon to Riippurt only mcasun a
that were wise and for the best welfare
of their country.
C. J. Ilutchlns felt like apologizing
for his appearance The Infliction upon
them was due to the committee's desire
for him to speak on the National Is
Biles. It made him feel modest to stan I
amidst such talent, and ho was proud
to bo upon tW Ramo platform w Ith Burn
a friend of the Hawallans ns the Hun,
Jos. O. Carter. There was need for
the people to hear tho truth on Nation
al Issues. The Republican papera ol
this city not only Insulted the public
Intelligence, but was a disgrace to tip
talent of tho conductors ot those pa
pers. It was nothing hut tot whlen
they gave forth. He was In favor of
expansion but not of imperialism.
The natural expansion of the counti
was nil right. I,ct the luiintry grow. If
flee people ask admission to the Union,
welcome, them with open arms. Tint
Is nut the expansion attempted In tlio
Philippines, shooting down the peo
ple, who are struggling for tho liberty
to which they nro as much entitled as
ourselves. Thero was no necessity for
Imperialism of this Bort. Tho territory
of the Mainland was scarcely scratched
over jet. It afforded boundless scopo
for development. The United States
had no more right to attempt the con
quest of the Philippines than that or
England. Coming to the financial ques
tion, 1G to 1 was no fad. President Ml
Klnley when in Congress ten years ago
voted for It himself, llryan the speak
ct represented as a David taking u
smooth pebble out of the brook to smite
with It tho forehead of tho Gold Trust
Goliath. If sliver whs all right In lS'JO
with Mi Klnley, what Is tho matter
with It toduy. The speaker related
bomo of his own lommerclul expi-tS-eiuo
In China to show that the outcry
against silver was not liornu out b the
fuels In sliver countries. Reverting
to Imperialism he told his mnlltors It
meant to Hawaii the Hitting of the
prlic of sugar In two. Thin hu went
lijck to 16 to 1, showing how It ha I
been carried through at Kun it ClU,
where, as the doctrine, of their fathei l,
it was adopted as good enough for
them. He next callid attention to tin
doctrine of expansion is exemplified in
Porto Rico. How would tho Hawaiian
like to hnve their country shacked us
had been tho people of Porto Rico? Ho
had asked three lawjers of this ill
If the Organic Ait of Hawaii tould not
bo amended by Congress, substituting
for It tho form of government that ha I
been given Porto Rico, with a tariff on
American goods entering theso Islands.
Every one of them admitted that such
u thing was possible. In Impassioned
tones ho declared how he loved Amei
lea his lountry, tho sweetest word tint
ever rolled on human tongue. Hut, my
God, he declaimed, Is my country going
down to deep damnation? In conclu
sion tho speaker delivered n pauegjrlc
on Bryan, comparing him with Lin
coln. Ho sat down In n tumult of ap
plause. IJ. 1). MiCl.inalian, who was loudlv
c illicit for nil over tho house, was In
troduced us the last speaker of tliu
evuilng. He plunged Into Imperialism
at tho stiu t. The AmcrUaiiH whit hail
fought against the Spaniards slile li
slilo with the I'lllplnos for their liber
ties, wero now shunting the H.imii 1111
pluos thiough the Jungles nnd swamiis
Io dcpilvo them of those same liberties.
William .McKlnley Imd Implanted dis
grace on the United States, and he
blushed for his country. The Republi
lans gave tho excuse that It was too
late to go back. The Democrats said It
was not too late. If they gained the
power their policy would be to confers
to the whole world that the United
States was wrong, nnd to take hands
off and nllowed the I'lllplnos to organ
ize a government of their own cholc.
The Republicans talked of making i
colony of the I'hltlpplnts, nnd If they
could do so they might put Hawaii biMi
to the position ot a colony. As n law
yer ho declared that this could be done.
Sam. Parker had made n mistake at
Canton when he said thnt he under
stood the Republican part ns stan J
Ing for Hawaiian Statehood. A lead
ing Republican paper In New York !nl
called him down for It. The Idea tint
Sam Parker would have great Influetien
at Washington was all moonshine. Na
tlve Hawallans could nnt stultify (hem
selves by electing to Congress inv
other man than their own nlll, David
Kawanannkoa. (I,oud applause.)
Tho meeting ended at 9:43.
Deportment Store Pout OHIcch.
A department store development In
St. Louis Is the addition to the many
features of a branch post office. Sueh
offices nro to bo established In six
stores, not for the special benefit of
the stores, hut for thu convenience of
their patrons, espi dally the women.
who wilt then be able to do their pos
tal business ns part of their shopping.
The branch offices will havo money
order and registration departments,
and women who now have difficulty In
establishing their Identity nt the money
order department In the central post
office can be vourhed for by their ac
quaintances In tho Btorc. Public Opin
ion. Business Notices.
Six Percent Gold Bonds
OAHU SUGAR CO.,
The undersigned offer for sale until
further notice, at par, three hundred
One Thousand Dollar Gold Bonds of
the Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd. These
bonds bear interest at Six per cent per
annum payable October 1st and April
1st and are part of the total issue of
seven hundred and fifty thousand
dollars, secured by a trust deed and
mortgage on the entire property of the
To a limit at present of Fifty
Thousand Dollars, Hawaiian Govern
ment Six per cent Bonds willl be re
ceived at par in exchange, interest to
be adjusted on the date of transfer.
The follow Ing described Hiw allan Gov
rrnm-nt six per cent bonds have b-tn lost
or stolen, and all persons are warned
against negotiating the :ame:
The numbers and dabs of the ton Js arc:
No. ;2 6" Stock A, Date December 11,
!r. 73 Wo Stock A, Date December 11,
No 74 Stock A Date December 11,
No. 75 6?.' Stock A, Date December 11,
1800, t loco.
No. 353 (i Stock A, Date August 14,
1891, f 1000.
No. 354 67. Stock A, Date August 14,
1801, ft 000.
No. 355 o?o Stock A, Date August 14,
1801, 1 1 coo.
No. 3 56 6,",' Stock A, Date August 14,
Suitable rewards will be paid to any
person or persons who return hid bonds
or any of them to the urderslgned.
A. M. BHOWN,
High Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oct, 13, 1900. loOo-tf
TAKE : NOTICE
Olllclal Iladgcs for the Reception of
Shrlnera inn be had from tho Masters
of Lodges here: J. Mort Oat of Hawa
iian, C. M .Whlto of Im Progres, and
W. L. Stanley, acting, of Pacific.
L. T. OHANT,
Chairman Printing nnd Badge Com.
THIRD PRECINCT, FOURTH DIS
TRICT. TUB REPUBLICANS OF THU
Third Precinct, Fourth District, are re
quested to meet Wednesday evening,
October 17, 1900, at 7:30, at tho resi
dence of Chairman M. P. Robinson.
C. J. DE ROO,
THF CITY OFFICE OF THE
Stop Dairy Co., Ltd.
Mn the M irooii Building. Room 1, cor
ner Merchant and Alikea streets.
Tl 1 1 1'MONI. MAIN 391
Dairy Telephone: Mine 3171.
1640-im A 1, DOAK. Manager.
Tenders are u ante J for Cutting 25,000
cords of vvcod at Awlnl, Hawaii. For
further Information call upon or aJdress
the undersigned at People's E.rres Co.'s
office, 215 Metchaiit street, between 9
and 10 a. m.
l655tf E. C. MOORE.
A meet ng forlhe purpose of organizing the
Hawaiian Shoe &
Leather Co., Ltd.
Chamber of Commerce
THURSDAY, Oct. 18.
AT to O'CLOCK A. M.
All members ot Flic Chamber ot Com
merce, all business men w ho desire to
Invest In a PROPITAULi: INDUSTRY
or who are Interested In PROMOTING
MANlTACTf'US In the Islands, or
In the development of a FIULD KOR
MANUAL LADOR, other than thnt of
PLANTATION, or who are also desir
ous of creating an opening for YOUNG
WOMEN AND GIRLS to learn a PRO
riTABLU TRADE, arc Invited to at
tend. The details of this Industry, cost of
manufacture, markets and profits will
be presented at this meeting.
Honolulu, October IS, 1900.
KIHEI ASSESSMENT NOTICES.
The EIGHTH ASSESSMENT of the
a love stock of 5 per cent, or 52.50 per
share was die A'igust 1st, loco, and Is
The NINTH ASSESSMENT of 5 per
cent, or i 2.50 per share was due on Sept.
1st. 1000, pays penalty 'rom this date, and
will be delinquent on Oct t, 19:0.
The TENTH ASSESSMENT of 5 per
cent, or 12.50 per hate Is due toJiyOct.
1st, and will pay Interest on and liter
Nov. 1st, 1900, becoming delinquent Nov.
All of the above are payable at the
offices of Alexander & Haljuln, Ltd.,
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer. Klhel Plantation Co.. Ltd.
Honolulu. Oct. 1st, loco. 1150
McBRYDE SUGAR CO., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby civ en that the Ninth
Assessment of ten (10) per cent (?2.co per
snare; levied on me ASesaDle mock of
the McUryde bugar Uj., Ltd., Is due on
October 1st. loso, and will be delinquent
on October 15th, 1000.
Stockholders vv ill please make prompt
payment at the oflice of Messrs. Theo. H.
Davles & Co., Lt I.
(Signed) F. M. SWANX.Y,
Honolulu. 19th Sept. 1900. ifi4,oti2
Notice of Copartnership.
In compliance with the requirements of
inapier 2, uaws 01 isso, notice is litte
bv given that the unJerslgneJ have form
ed a copartnership as follow s:
1. Names and residences of members:
Francis M. Hatch, Honolulu;
Reuben D. Sll Imin, Honolulu:
Ktnjimln L. .Marx, Honolulu.
2. Nature of business: Practice of Law.
3. Firm name: Hatch & Sllllman.
3 Place of business: Honolulu, Oahu.
IQ5SWI HATCH & SILLIMAN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE IINTER ISLAND TELE
jRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payable
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
III Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
ctg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu, June 1, 1000. 1550
Notice to Creditors.
Tht undmlgntJ h.vlnf Hen duly appolnttj Iht
AJmloMrur of iht tUtt of J, PuktalanL Utt
ot Kiriuku, District of tCooUulua, Itknl ol Oihu.
No let U hereby clvrn to ill perton ti (rtwnt
ucir iibiith Kimki tie ffMt OIJ I'lUkcUM, if
ctJ, duty iuthfiMlciteJ, whether teurrJ bv norl
gtu or fithcrwlr, to the unJerilgneJ at the nttice ol
Cecil Hrown. I . on Mrrth.nt ktrrrl Honolulu,
Oahu loreIJ, within lt montrit I rom thfditt
lirrtof, or they w.ll i-e forever barrt-J An4 alt ter
nt IrtJebt J ti silJ fktate are hreby r queMtl to
make ImmeJiate pjyrmnt In the ime'lrnej
J KTOLA f'MJKtALAM,
AJmlnUliatorcf ttwHliteof J Paukeahnl.
UateJ Honolu u. Sept n hjqq. iUtut'O aw.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE FIFTH
CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
IHANKLOlflS v. MARIA GLORIA COSTINA
Til. Kct-uMIc ol Ma.all To tit Martha! ol m.
Hawaiian Itlanl', ot Ml Deputy, (fc Inr.
XSHfJ.,,0,"l",,,1,1, """ion UAKIA ClORIA
COSTINA, dtfeniant In cat. ha shall li. nrltttn
ANSWEU WITHIN TWENTY DAYS altV? ","'
hanol. Io P. anJ apr.ir b.lcr. Ih. nlj UlrcuU
Louil at Ire Saptrmtxr Term ttrof, 10 6. holJtn al
LlhiM. ItlanJ ol Kmmi. on WEDNESDAY, the jih
Jay ol Sip'emter neat, al 10 oMoclc a. m.. Io !mw
cau e ny the claim ol Frank Louis, plaintiff, ihoi'J
nolNraw.rJ.a totiln turkuail o the tinor ol his
annei.J Llrel lor Divorc. AnJ have vju then llier.
this Writ lil) lull lefurn ol your proceellnt s thereon.
Witness Hon. J. Marly, JuJe. ol Ihe Circuit Court
ol the Filth Circuit, at Lihue, Kauai, this ml day ol
(llnneJ) HARRY D. WISHAfcD
I herety certify th. fort .olnc ink, im. , ,-
copy ollh. original summons In satj caui, and ihjt
a,4 ,-wun urjrrea punicauon ol tn. sam. and a
conllnuanc.ol sail cause untl the neal March, lor,,
term of this Court,
Dale! Llhuc, Kauai, September atlri tvxi
MARRY D WISHARD.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH CIR
CUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
KAAPUWAI k. vs. C. LtNDEMANN.Summoni
Trj. Territory oflla.all Tolli. Ilt-h Shells ol lha
Territory nl llawa'l, or his Oiputy, the theilll ot th.
Is an! of Kajal, or his Deputy, or any Constable In
III. Territory olllaalli
You a . comvanJeJ to summon E LIMIbVIANN
JetenJart In caae h. shall III. rlile" ANSWLR
WITHIN TWEN1 Y DAYS aller servke here,,? I t5
anJ app-ar before he s.U Clruilt Court al the Sen
lembvr Term thereof, to ha holjen al Llhur. Mini ol
Kauai on WLDNtSDAY llie si Jay i.lSejl,mber
net, at ,o n ilock a. m.. In sh w rauw hy the
claim ol kaapuoal It, plaintiff shoulJ not be awirjej
to him pursuant loth, teier ol Ills anneieJ I'rtlikn
Anlhav.jouthentlierethls Writ lth lull re urn , t
your proctejlng, thereon
Witness Hon Jacob HarJy. JuJt. ol th. Circuit
ounoltl. liflhClnuit, elllhue thli otli Jay of
(SIKneJ; HARRY II. WISHARD
I hereby cer Ify the (oregolnt: Io t. a true anJ e.i.t
copy of the orlclnat summors In salj cause ani Ih it
alj Court orjerel publication ol Ih. same anJ a
contlnu.rc. of sal J cause until th. neat March, 1901
term ol this Court.
Datei Llhue, bertember th, tg.o
HARRY D WISHARD
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
NOW Is the tlmt to get leaJn mm
breakages Men to, and ytm
Roofs Put In Ordet
By competent work ,
For the Plumbing
On that now house that yon an
noont to Dtuia or ttio alteration,
yon are intending to make on
VOUr DroDOrtv. Cull anrl aaa .
and get an estimate.
JAS. NOTT. Jr
Practical Tinamitb and Plnmber,
of Punchbowl. Phone 844,
Hour. 7 . m. to 5 p. m.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
W. H. Daith kB.M
SonoIolQ Sbeet Metal Work.
GalvanlrwJ Iron Skylights and Vttllt.r ,
m.tai Koonng, A
Conductor Pip. and Gutt.r Week.
Rlciwia Stmt. b.t. Ouwn asJ Marciul. aa.taii
Mr Jobblat proaptly tttaaaM l..-f
Tel. White 41. P.O. Box MO.
BOARDING AND LIVERT
Rigs sent to any part of th
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
Wnlklki Roatl, WalklkL
TEL. BLACK 141.
RINO TJP THE.
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
- eiS KOUT BTREUX
Stable 'Phono, 477
Hc SUud 'Phones, 319 ana 7-f .
THE UNION EXPRESS CO.
Drays for Freight
Our rntvofif-ith m. .t. t . ..
stelmeri ?m 11 1' 'r-.'"V" -J? V ."""""'
. ."" ' vvisi r'm hc CJieCIt
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
wmie and Blick Sand For Silf
OrTilTi With Pvnln Il..ll.l .... tL"t
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W. LARSEH, Wi't.
Pacific Transfer Co.
ti? King St., neat to Dalley'a Cycaarr.
Express Wagons, Drays
Lumber Wagons and
Dump Carts : : : : :
Always on Hand.
Trunks. Furnltur. anJ Safes Carefully Hernial.
... TELEWIONEtj y
FOR BALLAST !!
f White ami Black Sand
1 In Qti.intitii's to Suit.....
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE,
USf" Dtimn dirt. fiirnlli,t h th. ...
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK.
Merchant St., In M. D. Munsarrat's offiu'.
A GOOD THING
Obla, Algeroba ind Pino Flrewootf
Oat and BpUt (read j lor th. 8 tor.)
STOYE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WBITI AND BLACK BARD
Lowest Prices, delivered to any pam
HUSTACE & CO.,
11 Ontan RtrM
The World Register
KoupH tho Cash while you aro busy,
Try one p
On IIarble and Granite
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'D IroD Fence and MooDiental Ci
(HI Klntt Street,
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