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Oceanic Steamship Company.
The Fine Paaaengor 8teamera of This Line Will Arrlre at and
lime Thia Fort aa Hereunder.
From San Franolsoo:
Aaitr.lla 1 NeJ
,...., Nov. n
AmMlll Dk. I
Vwlwt Dm. l
imlli , Dw. m
Sfcrt. 1 Jaa I
In oonneotion with the tailing of the above ateamera, the Agent
Ha prepared to iaane, to, intending puaengera, oonpon through
Heketa by any railroad from Ban Franoiaco, to all point ia the
United Btatea, and from New York by any ateamebip line to all
' For farther partioalara apply to
Wm. 0. Irwin & Co., Limited
General Agents Oceanic 8. 8. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Otcldtntil mil Oriental Steamship Co, & Toyo Klsen Kalsba
.- ItMMri l fk ikon combum will call it Hoaotuli Ml It tali MM ot r !
.(atM hllff BMtlOfMtll
For JiDtn and China:
Gatlc ...it . Noy. 10
RW tt JtlM
lw null IsrenaCloa r.lr t
H. Hackfeld &
WSttuM .1 fa. aaar. Ikl. null. I. taaaactlaa vttk aaa CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Wiiii Vikiw. C , M StlHr, N. 8. W., a.4
m BOM AT HOrlOI.UI.t
IT HIMVI.lll.ll M f .Mai PM
.tOM VAMCOUVBB AND VICTORIA. B. C.
Mf .!. U. 9MM7I
arniiitl tlctut. Iaaa4 froa) Hoatlals I. Cu.kU.lto4 SUtM u. I.ro... Fr F..lt 4
Fmm m. .11 tMl Itforattloa. plr I
Theo. H. Davlcs & Co., Ltd., Gen! Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
8.6." AMERICAN " leaves Nev York for San Francisco, Tacoma and Seattle
n route to Honolulu on October 10th, Is due at San Francisco about Denmcer iztn,
at the Sound about December aist. Will receive freight at the above named por s
Honolulu at lowest rates.
8. 8. " HAWAIIAN will leave New York on or about December loth to
Serform the sam. voyage as above. Freight received at Company's wharf, Aid
treet, South Brooklyn.
For further particulars apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder Steaihio Co., Ltd.
( 6. 6.. Klnau,
HOLOKAJ. MAUI, HAWAII.
Will aatl from Honolulu on
Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau
Mkakat, Lahalna, Maalaea Bay, Klhel,
Kakena, Kawalha. Mahukona, Lau
Baaoeboe and Hllo,
Returning will .tall from Hllo on
Friday at 10 a. m., for above nam.d
aorta, arrlTlai la Honolulu on Batur
aya. ' Passenger and freight will b. taken
ar Makena, Mahukona, Xawalha), Hi
la, Hakalaa, Honomu, Fapalkou and
Paaaengsra and PACKAOKS ONLT
Brill b taken for Kaunakakal, Lahalna,
ea Bay, Klnel ana Lupanonoe
8. 8. ClHudlne.
i McDONALD, Maater.
'. will Imtb Honolulu erery Tueaday
'it, I p. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka
knlul, Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa and Kl
Baaulu, Maul. Returning, touebea at
(ikoTe naaiad porta, arrlTlng in Hono-
I tola Sunday morning.
W1U call at Nuu. Kaupo, one each
6. 6. Lchua,
I BENNETT, Muter.
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAL
alia every Monday for '.Kaunakakal,
amalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Lahal
BA, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar
Mtm at Honolulu Saturday mornings
Thia company reaerrea the right to
atake change in the time of departure
and arrlTal of tta ateamera WITHuUT
MOTIOB, and It will not be rMponalbl
Bar any conaequencee arlalng there-
rConalgneea muit be at the landlrn
la receive their freight Tbla com
any will not hold Itaelf reeponatble
ler freight after it baa been landed.
Lira atock received only at owner'
Thia company will not be reiponalble
Bar money or Taluablea of paatengera
nleaa placed in the car of the pur
Bar. Pauenger are requeated to purchaae
ticket before embarking. The fail
m to do ao will ba aublect to aa ad
ditional charge of twenty-Ore per cent.,1
Urery of baggage or personal effects of
passengers, or freight of shipper, be
yond tbo amount of $100, unless the
value or too same no ucciarea wnen to
eelred by tho Company, and an extra
eharge be made therefor.
All employe of the company are tor
hidden to receive freight without de
livering a ahlpment receipt therefor in
the form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be aeon by shipper
apon application to the purser of th
Shipper are notified that if freight
I shipped, without euch receplt it will
a solely at the risk of the shipper.
O. L. WIOIIT. President,
a B. ROSE, Becretary.
OAPT. T. K. CLAnKB, Port Bupt
For San irrnoisco.
For San Francltao:
CrVn,..,, .,, ... .. Nov.
Doric.. ....... ......... ...... 4.,t......Nov. is
Nippon Mara.. ... .....Nov. to
Rlodt Jantlro,.... , .Nov ,o
Coptic , D 3
AvcrkaMiru... . ... De. $
Ptfclnff .. Dcc.tj
Co., Ltd., Agents.
calllavat Victoria. B. C, HMil.t.u. Bil.Mu
FROM BTDNBY AND BRISBANB
for Victoria u4 Viumw IB. Cli
wamasoo nov, ai
Mlowtr. Dk i.
1 " '""BaTBtr,r'MaB
THREE TRAINS DAiLY
From San Francl w.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
From Portland . . .
. a 1
Leave San Francisco: 8:co A. M 10.00
A.M., 6-oo P M.
Leave Portland: 9: if A. M., 0:00 P.M.
ThroJth wlthouf Chanje.
Only 1HREE DAYS to Ciilcajo.
Only FOUR DAYS to N.w York.
' Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet.
Smoklnjr and Library Cars with
BuberShop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Mtals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleeper j.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agnt,
H5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
p. W. HITCHCOCK Genral Ag.nt,
No. 1 Montgomery St. San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. ft T. A.
'47 . Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From a ad
After January 1,
u. 8n. Imiit .1. Su,
F, C. Smith, O.n'1 Pa. A Tit
Htl ..tl MA.
O. P. TtFimanit. HgnorlnUnrtunl
Violin - Studio
Rooai 4, Love Building.
Vocal Studio, IVlljJnon "
723 Beretanla street; Tel. 1 1 14. 1C27 ti
M. SL KAAJ,
Teacher of' 4itar,.Aandolln,Zltb
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Order to t left oare of Wall, Nichol'
Co V'-ortrom Motto Oo ' lfi
Fine Job Printing at
QfkNB H I ro
.THE, EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1900.
(Continued from pngo 3.)
tot following him lirsrcly tried to sing
down the elemental uproar.
Cow hoy 1,on' Samuel Parker,
of candidate for Congress,
Hawaii na announced as "th.
cowboy of Hawaii." They bad bem
told of how the Republican party was
ono of deed. They had been working
here, and that night exhibited some of
the results. In four of five days mor
they would seo the full fruits of their
work. They should continue working
to tao closo of the contest, and he In
cluded th. ladlos u well as the chil
dren In the audience. Mr, McClanahnn
had said a good deal about the speak
er's having shaken hands with Presi
dent McKlnley, but should have gone
mrtber and told of bis having lunched
with President McKlnley. Ho hil
shaken hands also with Colonel Bryan
at Omaha, whom ha told that he had
lost a bet on him. Also that If he be-
camo President the speaker would wl
come him to Hawaii and kill the fat
test bullock on tho ranch In his honor,
when he bet on him, he told Col. Dry-
on also, ho was a Democrat but now ne
was a Republican. Mr. Parker con-
eluded by expressing confidence In the
result of tho 6th, notwithstanding
somo mends were afraid of the Inde
pendents. He spoke shortly In Hawa
iian and as he sat down the audlenro,
at the proposal of (jeo. A. Davie, gavo
him three rousing cheers,
Knllhl'n T. McCants Stewart was
Wiry received with welcoming
Worker Bd long continued
applause. Beginning with a refcrcmn
to the rise from humble homea to the
Presidency, he went oa to pay his re
spects to Mr. McClanahan for his an
peal to Hawaiian to vote for Prime
David on account of his royal nam,
!-et every newsboy on the street know
that he may aspire to the hklust
places In the Nation. Any of them lud
the possibility before him or being a
successor of Samuel Parker us HH
wall's representative In Conicrces. Mr.
Stewart cited the resumption of specie
payment by President Orunt after tlm
peril of a flood of wildcat money ax
the hands of President Johnson as an
Instance of the saving effectiveness of
Republican administration. Then ho
gave records of depression and distress
made by Democratise administrations,
answering tho claim of tho Democrats
that they were the friends of the poor
man. Tho soup tickets of tho latest
Democratic administration were an In
stance. When tho worklngmcn were
begging for food Orover Cleveland,
two days before he went out of ofllci',
ctocd a bill to stop the crowding In
of the pauper labor of Kurope whl.h
was augmenting the universal destitu
tion. But the Republicans passed that
bill over Cleveland's veto and saved th
worklngmen of the United States. The
speaker argued tho liuptncss of Mcwsr.
Carter and Macfarlane adhesion to
tho Democratic party on account of
their regard for Cleveland. Today
Orover Cleveland was not a Democrat,
ho was opposed to the election of Bry
an, it was true that Cleveland had
proved In some respects superior to h'
party. Someone bad remarked to him
surprise at certain worklngmcn whom
he bad known Jn the States support
ing the Democratic party here, ns thi'V
bad bought new suit of cloths under
Harrison's administration and could
not get any more new clothes until Wil
liam McKlnley was elected. With re
gard to Mr. McClanahan' disquisition
on Imperialism In tho Philippine, he
would Bay that tho Republican party
was not In the Philippines. The Uni.-
ed States Oovernment was there bv
the action of Wm. J. Bryan and tho
Democratic party. Lees than one mil
lion of the Filipinos were In armed
conflict with tho United States out of
the ten millions of Inhabitants. Tin
United States was there today, and
there, It would stay until a stable gov
ernment was established over tho isl
ands. In the meantime, for even-
American soldier that laid down his
life, and for every Filipino rebel win
died In arms, William Jennings Bryan
was responsible. If they sent Prlnco
David to Congress for his royalty, he
could expect no sympathy from simple
republicans who bad not regard fur
royalty, but belle ed In the right of
every American boy to bo President If
he could win his way to tho ofllce. The
speaker never knew a Democrat, whose
eyes were not In the back of his heid.
Hawailans should look forward ami
not backward. Kyen Queen Lllluolia
lanl had admitted that the monarchy In
Hawaii was a thing of tho past. The
goddess of American liberty did not
ask what was a man's parentage, or the
color of his hair and his skin, but whit
was his character and what was bis
fitness for any position to which he
aspired. Mr. Stewart closed with, a p
roratlon of encouragement to tho pros
pect of Statehood for Hawaii.
With tho band playing tho Star
Rpanglcd Banner, nt 10:45, the vut
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
Hlitimrock In Dry Dock.
Olasgow, Oct, iC Sir Thomas Up
ton's jaclit Shiiniuiek wus plated in
dry dock at (litcuock this mornliu,
preparatory to being refitted for rac
ing. The Republican party stands for
municipal government. Yote the
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
BEGINNING OF PUNISHMENT
FOR ANTI-FOREIGN LEADERS
Thought to be Suicide Due to Disfavor
of Empress-Prince Taan Likely
to Follow Same
Assoclsted Press Spoclal.J
Washington, Oct. 2. Th. Chlnn
Mlnlstrr has received a dispatch stat
ing that Kang TI, a member of th.
Cabinet, with Hung Lu and on. of the
Intensa antl-for.tgn leader wnos. pun
ishment was demanded by tbw powers,
died of illness on the lstli lnat; also
that Yu Hslen, the late (lOTernor of
Sban SI, who Is said to hav. ben re
sponsible for the dmth of many mis
slonarles, lias committed suicide by
swallowing gold leaf. Minister Wj
regards this act as a sign of the dis
favor they bar. received from th.
Kang VI was one of the ringleader
whoso punishment was demanded by
the Powers. H held the position of
Assistant Grand Secretary and Proji
dent of the Civil Board and also was
ono of tho statesmen making up tb
Privy Council or Cabinet which Is the
body nearest the throne. Following
the demands of the Powers for his
punishment, an edict was Issued band
ing him over to the board or censors to
consult and decide upon a penalty for
his misdoing. The same edict order? 1
the punishment of Prince Tuan but
it was thought the Tuan Influenre
would secure leniency for Kang Yl and
for others. Today's dispatch show.
however, that Kang Yl, himself, rccna;.
nlzed that there was no hope of Im
Aiinougn mo dispatch to Minister
Wu say only that Kang Yl "died" on
the ICth Inst,, It Is thought that this
"death" was the natural result of th.'
disgrace which hss overtaken the anl
forclgn and Boxer element. Governor
Yu's method of suicide Is peculiar u.
China. It Is a means by which high
personages take their live, the goid
leaf being representative of their high
station. The leaf forms a ball In the
canals of th body and brings deilh
Minister Wu's advices today also
show that Prince Tuan has been vl.lt
cd with severe censure from the throne
and to such an extent that It would bo
no surprise If he followed the rourso of
Kang Yl and Yu. He has been pre
vented from accompanying the Imperial
court to Stan Ku and remains at Shan
SI, cut off from further Influence mi
the throne. It is expected that he will
he banished, which, to a prlm-a ofthe
blood, Is worse than decapitation, tnd
under the Idea of propriety, suicide Is
likely to be his end. Mr. Wu laid his
dispatch before Secretary Hay.
Yote the Straight Republican Ticket
The .ver popular Rainier beer 1 be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," is mors
often heard than anything els. Th.
Criterion Saloon baa th. beer on tap or
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
i WAFERS i dressing.
Till fnilflh ItlLiaalcrnitnt nt n.r .. n.
ihe capital s'.ock of theTe.ritorvStab'es
f I 11 aatlll 1lA .1.. J a-l. . At.
j i.iu . win ut uuc ujiu payaoie at ine
ollici ol G. Schuman, the treasurer, on
iNov. 1st, 19:0. C. P. HRKICK,
Secretuy Territory Stable Co., Ltd.
A dividend Is due and payable to the
Stockholders of the Inter-Island Steam
8 Navigation Co., Ltd., at their office,
ueen street, at 10 o'clock a. m on Mil
AY, No ember 2, igoo.
The stock books of the Company will
be cloMd to transfers from November 2nd
to the 5th Inclusive. C. H. CLAPP,
., . . . . Secretary,
Honolulu, October ti, toco. i67s-iw
On account of Election Day, the Steam
ers "Mauna Loa" and "W. G. Hall" will
leave Honolulu for their respective ports
on Wednesday. November 7th, at their us
ual hour of sailing. "
r INTER-ISCaND STEAM
l675-5t NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
Consignees of goods are requested to call
promptly upon the arrival of steamers.
Any goods not called for within forty
eight lioun after the arrival of a steamer
wl.l be stoied In the stone warehouse
opposite the wharves of WlliJer's Steam
ship Co. and a storage cliaige of twenty
five cents a packaue per day, or Jl 00 a
week, will oe made. Any cooJs held owr
three mon.ln will, be olJ at auction to
covir storage charge .
WIl-PfcR'a S.fcA.MSIIIP COMPANY.
StockhoUeis re herby notified that the
ruuiuins.vs-.mciH or 5 per ceiuor two and
ne-half dollars per sliareon the Capital
Stock of THE INTER lSl.ANn TOR.
jRAPH CO., LTD,, Is due and payable
July 1st, at the office of the undctslgned,
ill Port street, J.H.FISHER,
.ctg.Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co,,
Honolulu, June 1, 1900, 1550
Notice to Creditors.
Nolle. It ..rtky alrta tail II. -., Ign.j h,,
k ar.i- AlaHHrr.Mf o( !)!.'. ol M.rl,
Rm... 1... a, Ml.al.l. ..- . ... .- .
....... .... v, IIV..I.I., .nir, in ctr"n.
hannr cl.l. ituxl is. m.i. ., hrnty a !
.:: : ?' '' '' iij m.utofi. .Tin. nmc
al M I'ailll;. .IJvhilac ()'.(. Bia Sail
clltal to N I. If at.-tk.t.J .al otia t"f
vouatf attica.1, v.a tti-wfa Mil ct.li.. H wur.
. Ir inTlfaf. aa.a rl .ta.. Sail rlaln. .!
l- FrtKR'H VltNIB .11 M,m. JTOm 14. .ft! tlfMk..
Iloa .( nil. aaik. in vinia il, ao.ih. (roai i!m tin
tr fall 4.. w mr will t. fof.v.r tarrti,
Alia alttr.K .1 la. Hat .1 .M.rl. B.r.tt ...
4.al. M -at. .
IN THE CiBCUIT COURT OP THE FIFTH
CIRCUIT, miAlllH ISLANDS.
FHANK IOUI8 . MARIA GLORIA COST1NA
Tb. R.foMk al H..n T Bi. M.r.t.1 eftM
H.v.ll.a lliaall, M SI. Dtvfr, Grtlar,
Yra.r.C',aa..l.ll. n.a MARIA l.t-OPIA
VyM.'J.' 4l.al.l laa ... .tall fil. vrlrmi
ANSWER WITHIN TWENTY KAYS a tor vfk.
Loun .1 tb. s.riMatn Tf la.t.ol, it t kelltfj i
(-Urn.. Itl.nl .( Ka.al. on WEDNESDAY lb. its
J.rol S,.rr ant, all. o'clock a a., to ,!,.,
iijirirtl.cliliof Fr.akLotili. rl.latif, iVmll
nol to arl.l to sin tar.ii.nt t. in. unor of Si.
J',,V.,J l,w ,M " v " "J "" ".
IhliWril ! t.il inrrnof yourr;rocflln.lrf,ofi,
Witt... llo, J M.rlr. Julr. of Ik. Circuit Court
of tk. E.ftfi Circuit, .1 Linn, Kauai, ihl i,U) Jar of
Troi, i p aa. apr.r awror. ir mi. c rcuif
HARRY D WISHARD
I h.rjtr c.rtlfr for.rolar lo k a tru. aal .tact
CK7 if '"" ""atHial tuanon. la .! cauuaaltkat
Mil Court orl.r.l puHlcatlon of lha Mai. aal a
(onllau.nca of tall cum until Ui. Mat March, ,,
lrm of ihlt Court
D.I.J Llku., Kauai, S.r l.mtr rih tan
HAkKT D WISHARD.
iiljaj . Clwk.
IN TBE CIRCUIT COURT OF TBE FIFTH CIE-
CUIT, TEBRITORT OF HAWAII.
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Th.T.rrllorrofH.all Toth. Hllti SUrKoflha
IV.'. Z' """ " ' ufutr, Ik. Srrl of Ih.
!i,;i?i"".,l."1.'f..,)"V' M"r C.!.M.I.
- .viiiivi oi riawai.a.
You a . coaaan..l to auaiaion E. tINDFMANN
WITHIN TWENTY DAYS alb-r wlc. wrrof", k,
a.Jacr.'k.for. ika .ill Circuit Omii at in. 5o.
tmkM Tat" lrf.f, lo k. tollrii .1 Llhua. I.l.ol of
Kauai, on WtDNtSDAY. Ik. ji 4r of S;.iatr
MIL al ,o o flock a. b.. ,n .h.w ...l. ,... h..
cla.m of K..pu.l k, plal.tlR, thoull sot U .war 1.4
ivmapiiiitimiana laoor or nil annlJ r.lllloa.
AM k.v. you IMn IkM. Ikl. Wi wlrh lull mw. ..t
your kroc.llaci rkoraon
WIW.M Hon. J.cok M.rlr, Jul,, of th. Circuit
Court at th. Eilttl Clrcinl, atllhua, tM. ock larof
HARRY D. WISHARD.
I brHrcf ty lh
tr ih for rolnr to tta tru atii ia
trlnal auiMmnAa In aaill aaa...a ,.
ret the orl,
Court ofitrrti rufclk.it It at tfk um .
timnngi'tioi VI1J C3ff Unill IM rifllMirCh, fjt
tern of this Cwrt.
t4t4 Llbut, brBtr twth. 190a
HAKkY D. WISMAkD.
Hv order of the Clrcjlt Cjurt of the
Flrf t Judicial Circuit, I shall expose for
sale at puhllc auction on Saturday, the
loth day of November, A. D. looo, at 12
o'clock noon, at the salesroom of James F.
Morgan, it Queen street, Honolulu, to the
highest bidder for rash, the following de
scribed leasehold of valuable real estate.
Thatjarge lot, originally three lots, and
two-story frame dwelling house, formerly
the res dence of the late Mr. Jame. DoJJ,
fronting on the new beach road and the
va shore, a little on the town side of John
Ena's place, the lease of which has 47
years to run from September 1st, 1000. The
annual rental Is i87.jo, payable semi
annually In advance, and Is paid to
March 1st, 1901. The building Is Insured,
taxes prepaid, the water rates paid to Jan
uary 1st, 1001.
Upset price tYjooo. Terms of the sale
CASH, U. S. Gold coin. All expenses at
the expense of the phrchawr.
The above site Is subiect to the confirm
ation of the Court.
For further Information apply to the
underslcned. or to Jas F. Mnrr.in. Auc
tloneer. R. VV. CATHCART,
Executor of th. will of James DodJ, de
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTENTION OF
FORECLOSURE AND OF SALE.
Notice Is hereby ilvrn that rair.n.inf fn
th. power of sal. contained In that certain
motizaze dated Mav inlh. 1E07. rna.l. hv
John K. U. Kuaans.uf Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, Mortgagor to C. K. Bishop, C M.
prat, 1. m tooKe, j. o. Carter and S.
M. Damon, Trustees unJer th. will of H.
P. Bishop, dtc.aieJ, of sild Honolulu,
Moitgrgees and recorded In the Registry
of Conveyances In Honolulu In Liber 170,
page 129 to jit, the Mortgagees Intend to
foreclose the mortgage for condition
broken, to wit; the non-payment ot prin
cipal and interest when due.
Notice I. likewise given that the proper
ty conveyed by said moitgage will be sold
ac public auction at the auction rooms of
jsmes f. .Morgan, Queen street, Hone
rs f. .Morgan, Queen street, Hono
on SATURDAY. November 24, 1900,
1 o'clock noon. The property covered
aid moitgiged consists of;
at i2 0'i
-lr4t.. All tllCO rtv.i r.r.m. rr nr.l.
of land containing an aggregate area of
4.1C-IC0 acres, situate at Hafawa, on the
inanu 01 moioKai, and telng all the land
described In and granted and confirmed to
Kaluau by Royal Patent No. 1401, Land
Commission Award No, fV))o.
Second. All those two certain pieces or
parcels 01 land situate at Wallau, III ICclu,
on the Island of .Mnlokal, containing an
agregate area of 910 Squne Fathoms, and
being all of the lanu described In Royal
Patent No. 2120, Lind Commission Award
J O. CARTER,
S. M DAMON,
ALFRED VV. CARTER,
Trustee Under the will at II. I Itlthnn.
Terms; Cash U.S. Gold Coin. Deeds
tt exrense ol purchaser. '
ror runner particulars apply to Holmes
ac Stanley, Attorneys for Mortgagees.
Dated Honolulu, October 25th, 1900.
THF CITY OFFICE OFJHE
Star Dairy Co., Ltd.
Is In the Magoon Building, Room 1, cop
tier Merchant and Alakra streets.
TI 1.1 I'llONIi MAIS J9I.
Dairy Telephone; Blue 1171,
i&to-lm A 11. DOAK. Manager.
PER H. 8. AUSTRALIA.
Just landed a full line of grapes, ap
ples, orangeu, lemons, celery, cabbago,
cauliflower, cranberries, burbunk nnd
red potatoes, dates, salmon, flounders,
oallbut, crabs, Eastern nnd California
oysters (In tin and shell,) turkeys,
chickens, ducks, riuall, A .all Una of
conned goods, OAMAUINU3' REPltl
OERATOHi ? '
nicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, 1st Fort street, from jji.oo
por week up, .
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE SO, ti.
MOW Is the tlm. to get
braakagM mn to, and
Roofs Put lfy Ordt
By competent wwfcamwwi.
For the Plumbing
3d that sew faoma that c ...
about to bnild or tho alteraUon.
yon are iotendioff to make oe
yoor property. Call and aee si
and get an estimate.
JAS. NOTT. Jr
Practical Tlnimlth and Plumber.
of PnnebbowL Phona 844.
Hour. 7 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
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BodoIbIq Shut tfetil f orb
Galvanic ron Skylights and ViatlUttn,
Conductor Pp. and G.tt.r Wt.
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0. H. Brown,
...''. now.orfn 'P bu'lnest onMtrchiat
stiret. between Fort anj Alakea street"
Plumbing ,?nerdt 'v""h,n "
Phone, Main 48.
BOARDING AND LIVERT
Kfgs sont to any part of the
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
TEL. BLACK 141.
Ufben Yon Waqfi & i(ig
RING UP THE.
Livery, Boarding: and
Sales Stables, : : :
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IU Stand 'Plion.., tig and Tf.
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Drays Tor Freight
Our r'presentatlve rats all Incomlsr
steamers from the Coast a'idut chtct
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
Wblte aod Bltck Sud For Stlf
strMt!c-r'"avenln,t Bulwln- m lc,n
W URSEM. Vtt.
Pacific Transfer Co.
.it klnr St., n.it to B.ll.y'i Crcl.fr.
Express Wagons, Drays
Lumber Wagons and
Dump Carts : . : : :
Always on Hand.
TrunS., Furaltu. a.4 Sal.. Cartfull. Hall.
...... TtlEPHOWB ti ,
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
1 In Quantities to Suit.....
CORAL AHD SOIL FOR SUE.
f pump Cirts furnished by the day
on Hour's Notice, '
II. R HITCHCOCK.
Merchant St., In JLD. Monsarrat'soffkt.
A GOOD THING
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Ohla, Algeroba and PJne Firewood
(Jot scrl Hpllt (ready for tLoBtoy.i
STOVE, STEAM 4 BLACKSMITH COAL
WnlTK AND DLAOK HAND
Iift PrlciH. ilnllviTtil toanyiars
tl Oman HtreM
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