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SEATTLE RAINIER BEER
For Sale by Everybody !
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News of Shipping
Along Water Front j
Tb Wallealc wns taking on some
freight tills morning nt Oceanic wharf.
Tn Allen A. Is discharging her cnri?o
at redwood lumber rnplilly und will
make a quick clearance.
The IrniK-irit lias commenced illa
tharKliiR her general cargo and by Sat
urday will begin to take on sugar.
The Chilean lark Altn came Into tlio
Tiarlior trrUcula) doni Newcastle with
mal. She made the trip In Gl d.os an 1
its In command of Captain Thronagle.
The steamer Mll.nh.ila which arrived
restenl.i) reports the fallowing sugar
Si! Irtt on Kauai: Mak.. G50; (I. & lt
Sj; K. P., 1.100; U II.. 350i A. II., 911
The Mlkalmla whlih oi rived )entrv
J.ty reports u total of 12.9S9 hags of
tuar left on Kauai. The nmscr re
tntn fine weather on Kauai and light
sortheast winds crossing the channel
Mali) of the vessels I) lug In the
barlwr and .it the wharves were gaily
dnorated with their ships flags and
bunting The transport Klntuck w.n
rpeclall attractive. Thei'e was ib
viluttlj no business transacted jestcr
day along the water front. The mi
nority of the set captains were ashrro
taking In the sights and dining with
The ralrbanks-Morse gasoline en
gine, wliUh (iroige Paris Installed In
lie new liaekfeld building not lout;
ago. lilted this morning one of I-'icu
KarrlMin's blue, smes weighing In the
nelghboi hood of live and one-half toli.t
This stone was cut out of a block l
tfin fret long and Is the very laigcst
that hai, so far. been used In the urn
tructlon of the building. It Is to be
ned In an ariljwny on the second
Civ II Engineer P. C. Prlndle. U. S. N
ho Is now on dutv at the IT. S. Navil
Station bus been onlereil to report tu
the eommaud.int of the IT. S. Navy
Yard at Mare Island for treatment In
the Naval hospital. He has been all
big (or some time and his complaint
Vlng more or less aggravated by the
ilituatlc conditions will compel an Im
mcdluto ihinge. A medical board o'
survey having In his case recommend!
thai he be sent to the Naval hospital
U JT.tro Island for treatment. Mr.
Prlndle will take passage on the
Aeamer Zealandla which leaves hce
on the 5th Inst.
People passing along the water
front have had their attention called in
thfi rather torn and dilapidated condi
tion of the Hag floating to the breeze
team the rigging of the ship William
11. Ataiy. There Is finite a lltle story
snncrteil with the np pea ran re of thU
flag. While the ship was ijlng at her
ictrJJi at Sjdney word was received of
the raising of the siege of Mafeklng
uhlrh was the occasion for great re
joicing, the populace at the time going
actual!) wild. While unfurling the IhK
upon this occasion It became entangled
In raising It to the proper position
hence its present appearance.
The German ship Marie liaekfeld ar
rived fn port csterday from Hremfn
She was 132 dajs on the trip and
brought a largo cargo of general mer
chandise consigned to II. liaekfeld R
Co. The vessel Is fn command of
Captain Wuhrmann who stated to the
Bulletin reporter that I1 all his )carg
m sailing vessels ho hair ne'er experi
enced such a stormy passigo t.s that
encountered In rounding Car,,? Horn on
this vo)dge. At times the iihlp would
be burled fore and nft. The Hawaiian
Ulatids were sighted eight days ago,
hut owing to unfavorable winds the,
captain could not make port. Last
evening the captain celebrated his ar
rival on New Year's day by a display
of fireworks fiom the deck of the ship
while the crew furnished music for tli
iMnlcec liiliiml MubIc.
The band will play tho following se
lections at a concert on Makce Islan 1
this evening, beginning at 7:30 o'clock
March Ha' i v Nov, Yeai . llui ) .
Overttue 1-en C'oi.fn o
Selection nohtmlan Gul llilfo
(all Nuuanu Wnlplo. Makanl ko
Miss J. Kclllaa.
(b) Wal Punalau. Rain Tua'hlnct
Mrs. N. Alapai.
Echo Piece In Switzerland (by re
Waltz Wedding of tho Winds .Hall
Intermezzo Salome Loraiuo
Finale Ma Tiger Idly nnd Smoky
Mokes (by lequest).
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
i, Am. bk. Diamond Head, pass an I
' mdse fiom S P. to Honolulu.
r. Am. sp. PnlU of Clyde, pass and
mdse from S. P 'to'IIIlo
Am. hg. Consuelo, puss nnd rndrfe
Irom S. P. to Muhunkonn.
Am. schr. Hurekn, S P. to Etiieka to
load redwood, thenco to Honolulu,
Am. bk. Albert, pass und mdse to
ARMY ,rD NAVY N0TU8.
According to her Itinerary the l S.
training ship Adams will leave tills
port on January 9th and after com
pleting her crulscjtil arrive In Sa.i
Francisco harbor on March 15th. 1901.
In the future the V. S. S. Sclndliv- It
to be known ns AJax. The Sclndln,jt
Is said. acqulrednn unenviable reputa
tion by the amount of soot and clndcis
she emitted from her smokestack. Th
men on board the Sclndla acquired a
disrespect for her and altered her nomn
to the "Cinders."
In view of the growing Importance
of both Honolulu and Guam It Is quite
probablo Hint the Navy Department
will Increase the number of officers on
duty nt both of these stations In the.
near future. Honolulu U rnpldly as
suming the position of a great port of
(.ill for much of the commerce of the
Pacific, and the facilities pf the small
hnibor are being taxed to their utmost
A Washington gossip 1 elates that re
rent!). In the office of the Secietnry of
the Nav), bids for new ships weie be
ing opened amid Impressive ceremony.
Mr. Long seemed nervous, and wn
opening his mouth to speak when Hear
Admiral Melville, who was sitting
net to him, leaned fmwnrd with i
look of concern and deferentially wh's
pered to him. Mr. Long did not cnlc.l
what the Admiral said, but pretended
that he did. He looked thoughtful
nodded, and mm mined. "Veiy well.
Admiral." He was turning away when
the Admiral determined to make him
hear, roared forth In n voice that pei.e.
trated to every corner of the room
1 say, j ivi hnve the leg of our cliur
thiough my lint!" Milvllle has n volcn
like the bellow of a bull, nnd It Is
full of fog and salt water. The Sec
retary heard,, and so did cverjbo;y
else, and the howl of laughter Hint
went up lctrced all the Imprcsslvc-
ness of the occasion.
Lawn Pnrty YcBtcrtlny.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. P. Cooke eiitertalnel
about thirty jotiug people of the Por
tuguese church )estcrday nt their bonis
on King stiect. This wns the itnniul
lawn party Which Mr. nnd Mrs. Cooke
hnve given for several jears past every
New Year's day.
The afternoon wns pleasantly passe J
In games of various sorts, after which
lcfrcsliments were served. The thanks
of all present for a most cnjoynble ar
ternoon were voiced by Mr. Juarez to
which Mr. Cooke made n little speecn
In response. New Year's day Is nlwa)ii
looked forward to as the occasion of
this party with most pleasurable anti
cipation by tho joung people of the
The Evening bulletin. 7S nenta por
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
OFFICES TELE HONES,
RnOH. kS.909, OriU I, MAIN, )J.
Boston lluilDlsa. Rfmdlni c,
IortStveet Wlltlt, 1S61.
H0l)RS-II A. M TO I. I'.M ,
I TO si' H, 71( II. M.
P O. Box 811.
-ua r M
Peterson & Matthewman,
COU.Nbl LL1 RS AT LAW
P. O Bop 6
TEiti'iiONt, Main til
ij KAAHUMANU ST
Wilder's Steamship Company
TOR ALL ISLAND PORTS.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice la hereby c van I all creditors ha Ine clalraa
aeahat the estate of J. J Stewart, JtceateJ trra
aenl the aarot dul) authentlcatid and with proper
vouchers, at the office ol the airmnlstrator, f fc
Thompson, In the Magoon b II Jlnsr H notuld.Oihu,
Territory of llaw.il, wMInn six (6) months from the
date hereof, or ihey will he forever barred
FRANK E THOMPSON,
Admlaistrator of the estate ofj J Stewart deceased.
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu. this and day of Janusry,
IQQI uss-Jan a 1,1 TO tl.14 6l8a'SaaB
IN THE DISTRICT COURT orTHE UNITED
States for the Territory of Hawaii In ban.rupuy.
In the matter of J A Outterheld, bankrupt. lotlie
creditors of J A Buttetfivld of Honolulu, Island ol
Oahu, anldl trl t nt .rrssld a bankrurt
Nt tke lshr ty Kive at un the sth day of Te-ci-
.Al llu J J. A. tlUktheld was duly
1 I. t" nlthatriahrslrfnUni; of
t s 'til or w 11 : c tje.d at my office, In the flajroon
ouildln nt tho 1 rnrr nt Merchant and Alakea
stieeis, In said Honolulu, rn he sist day of Jjnuaty,
A 11 , iom), at 10 o clock In tlu fortnom nt said day,
at which tlma the said ciedllo s may attend prove
tltt.tr claims a point a trustee, examine the bankrupt,
and transact such other busl'css as may properly
come belore said meeting-
("RANK E. THOVII'jON,
Referee In bankruptcy.
H nolulu, Janu try and, toot, iTar-Jan a,s 9 i
R. W. ATKINSON
Houses, Rooms, Offices,
Room 11, Magoon Bid.,
a J4 Ji
i $ i n
a 46 1 1
4 J I
I ) S
4 l, 9 IS
Monday .. .
6 4 aa 1.9
3 os to at
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J !4 no)
Wenthci Ilmcuu, Punnhoit. Januatv
2. Teinpeiatuic Morning mliiimiin',
i',.'; Mlddn) maximum, 77.
Haiomcler nt 9 n m. 29.97. liregutsr
Hi.lnfnll 0.00. ,
Devy Point B9K.
Hiitnldlty nt 9 n. in. OS per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. Jni
iiniy 2. Weather deer; wind light
Tucidny, Jan. 1
Str. Mlkahala, Pedersnn from Katml.
Three thoUEiind xncks K. S. M. sutar
for II. liaekfeld & Co. 101 Backs tnri
(ler. shlji Morlc liaekfeld, Wuhr
mann from Hrenien.
Chilean hark Alta, Thronagle. from
Wetlnesdny. Jan. 1.
St'inr. Klnnii, Freeman, for Hllo alfd
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Clalidlne, Pnrkei, for Kahulul
and vvn) ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Knlulanl, .Mitchell, for Ha
waii ports, r p. 111. -it
Stmr. I.duia. Dennett; for M0l0k.1l
ports nnd l.almlim. .1 in.
Ons sehr. Kclipfe, Townsend. foi Iv
hnlnn, .Makcna, Klhel and Konn porn,
S p. in.
(Lis Bchr. Surprise, N)strom, for K.i
ti.il ports, 3 p. m.
Stmr. W. O. Hull. Tliorupson, for
NhvvIIIvvIII, Koloa, Ilananiaulu ant
Ahtiklnl, u p. m.
Stmr. Keatihou, Oleson, for Hleclo.
Mnknwcll, Walnica and Kekaha. S p. m
Stmr. Wnlalealc. Pllt?, .for Anahola
and Kealla. 4 p. m.
Has. schr. .Malolo, for Hnnalcl and
Knllhlvvla, .1 p. m.
From Kniiat, per stmr. Mlkalmla.
Jan. 1 C. W. McCloud, Ah Kim an I
wife and four on deck,
Tor Hllo and vvny ports, per stm".
Klnnu, Jan. 2 W. A. Todd'. A. J. Wil
son, Mrs. Hell. Miss A. K. West. MlK3
Rlckard. J. A. Scott. C. S. Hollow ay.
Oeo. Hell, Manuel Rels. C. P. Morse, B.
Ilrown. 1.. Achew, I). Kuahiiuiii, I.. K.
Ah Kcnn. C. Ah Poo, G. Schumnn, II.
T. Hnyselden, W. II. Olmsted, MlhH
Wolfe, Mrs. II. II. Deemer, O. Akoim
Ache. (1 Ross, wife nnd two children,
Mrs. .Moloney, C. P. .Morse. Carl Wide
mann and wlfo, O. K, eDacon and wife.
Sampel Parker und wife. II. S. Drew
stcr, A. W. Carter. J. C. Qulnn, John
Rndiic, Col. J. W. Jones and wife.
Por Maul ports, per stmr. Claudlnc,
Jan. 2 J. R. Daggett, W. A. Rohlnsou,
N. Olmsted, ChaB. Dulsenherg, 0. V.
Wllhur. .Mrs. I). R. Vlila, P. J. Raven.
R. Kurscy, W. A. Castens, Chus. II.
Llndhnlm. Mrs. C. IJ. Damon. .Miss
Lewa Iokln, Major Wood. Miss 8. H.
Oss, Mrs. Lee Tom a and two chlldrt.11,
C. H. Raven, Mrs. K, D.irto nnd child,
Miss M. llalley. Chas. Notley, J. A.
Scott, Miss I. Richardson.
Por Molokal. Maui und I.anal ports,
ped stmr. I.chiia. Jan. 2 Miss M. Tol
lefson. Miss Mahoe. II. It. Hitchcock.
A. M. Ilrown, A. W. Carter.
New Yoik, Dpc. 20. A spalnl to tho
Wnrlil from Newport 8an: 'I ho Ixmiil
ot naMil olllcern la now In hvssIou In
WuBliliiKton to pxiimlno nn lnontlou
salil to bo onu of the moat nun In fill
Implemciita ot inmloni nnvnl warfaro
eci Imentcil. Tin ineutluit la what
may lio wi'U terninl n oiio-miiii torpcilo
boat, and If Itvlll do tho work rlaliii
eel for It no modem war veaacl will tt
lniiino from destruction, while the
oiorator of tho boat would bo iiractl
The now boat Is to be built to be
operated by ono man, and Us Bpeed la
the water will be. It Is estlmatid, about
forty-flvo knots.practkally tho fasfrat
craft nlloat. Tho probability of the dla
coicry ot the opeiator of tho boat '.
reduced to minimum by various de
lcea, and If the plana of the Invl-ntor
do not miscarry It would bo absolutely
lmpoaalble for a war vcBsel of an ene
my to approach near enough to a sea
hoard town to do damage without be
ing torpedoed by this llttlo craft. Th3
esael la run beneath the water, It U
said that tho submerging pilnclplo Is
w, holly now, nnd the whole machlno la
w'ldely different from anything yt
brought to tho notlco of tho piiblt:.
Tho.linentor, Thomas J. Morlaily, for
years was ono of tho leading machin
ists and Instrument makers at tho Gov
ernment torpedo station at Newport.
,Ai. in ibn totumn bill bt tnttrttJ
it ttntt 4 lint ont tnurUom it ttntt two
mttttivKi; jo ttntt ont tittk, 40 ttntt two v,ttk,
and M ttntt ont Wonlb. 7n it tbt tbtttttt Jwr
titinr tvtr offtrti 'tbt btcplt 0 Honolulu.
EJMPLOYEKS tVv LABOR-RerMff for one
month nJ try the reu1tlih K W. Aiklmon,
StiEcT LMPLovMitT Office, Magoon Huilimno
NOTICE All pmons olnr rn r requMitd to
ry In full or In patt.
fvi9-iw DR. NOBLITT.
DARGA1NS IN JEWELUY-you n fft thm at
- n, t. Lti.A. to) Hotel ni.
F'ne En en vine
nJ tnmllng done.
OTICE TO BIIILDER-'Dia Union Eaprasa Co
nat wmic "apoj mK -alc isihi
t ANTED A thre or four room cotlaee. of Id
vv cottaEc with bith furnlshtd or unlumlilicJ,
JfluH locality Alonct AdJreia J O ,lhla old t.
lANTEH-You to havf a potltlon In II aw
vv Year. Gimirrncp it wall Sc Atkinson, Magoon
HullJIng Merchant M
AHttlAHtl rtson KSe to rent an unlurnist J
hnute fit t ronm or tnorr. Km! tt aionaHe.
Apfl) In CiEAR LANSISO & CO..
tTtvtw Judi llullJIng
Vl'ANTCD s r 7 Room Home and bath furnKh
W ,J o unlutnlthrd Will rav Cash for lut
,, "t-,i v fllll It-TIN Offia
YOUMi MAN. stenographer and tvrewrltcr, at
once Aldrese"A N " Bulletin Office.
WANTFD WATCHES to repair by leweler ol is
years experience Just recelsed a fine I ne ct
novelties, Ci blETZ. atTNuutnilSt ioS-tf
WANTED A youncman with everlenc tn retail
Rrocery tuslne to work for a large firm with
Rood p'otpe.ts of advancement. Musi be well re
commended Address A. B . at this office itoHI
WANTED-ENCiRAVINd AND ENAMEUNO
b P. IV "AS km Hotel l i.
OLD PAPERS TO FXMI AMih lor clean Cot
Ion Rags Appply at Bulletin Office. 1 rfll
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oysters served n tbo shell only Try his
famous Ham and Eire Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and Hste' streets. WM LUCAS, Proprietor
TO I CT-Tufnlthc 1 room 1 isja RI harJ Si
IP tu l!i In rtnl ourh use or room "will,"
Stf-Mttlnmn .Ma goon , lluHilng
PH RENT CntUgnof 6 rooms and bith on River
street jt Niv Vlnetird Incjulre of J, P. M
OSORIO, U. Lusnffici. Merclunl M. near t'Mmp'i
TnUfSlcetflurnUheJ f em, on Yoinjti rttU
AJJrei '(i A ' this office t?4iw
FPR 'EST Aneleiant li'se nw brick sore, 6x
tq,'6h HoVl ,Sl Nw CngltnJ Ibkrry itj i -t
TO LFT A furnllieJ fjom at ifo Berc'inla next
TO tET A en'.tace in Kt.t lane ani a cotUet
I on Ilf retantJ S( , noe MilMIng, For terms dpply
lt,r.A"'lAPIItMAH! LIU IQ If
TO LET Seftfm Mouse, vet' furnlhei room witli
board YoLng St near Pilko1.tJt lyio-im
TO RENT Famished room. Cprden Lane, Enquire
of Mrs. Mc Conn el, off Unlon.street, No. 9 Garden
FOR SALE A tuoo Columbia Rcer, practkal y
new A bargain. Apply to C. S. Faser K'niu
St . Mauka ldc, 4th li use from Alapai. nniw
aOHOlCE LOTS. Kaotulanl Park addition. CtieiP
V- P. M Burnt-lie. )g King St. iti tf
OUSE At LOT. Wilder a. only $.6oo nit. P.
11 uurnene, t Mng si mi-tr
in Yr.9 LEAE, llh Rood house. Klnj street
' Dnrne'te. King SI less I
LEASb" ,r sale In all fa ts of trie cllv P. II
Eurn.llc. v Kin St. iti- I
COR SAI E-Four lots, llobinn si , Kapatiulu, Wal
mm. )oo eacn. Jens parrer. a Mng at. yq-il)
COR SALE A large down town Warehouse. A.
1 centrally located Ludglng House and celtarei
Business Property In heart of cltv residence property '
HENRY WATEKHOUSE ft CO i6pi.ll
FOR SALE OR RENT-A acre Lot In Nuujtij
vallev. with Ijirge House and Several Cottigs
HENRY WATERHuUSE & CO. iCjjr;
THE htsl 5 cent cigar In town la the "COLONEL'
to be had at the Myrtle Cigar Store neal lo Otj
rhum. All kinds of Manila cigars a specialty
FARLY NEW, UPRIGHT PIANO for tt n)
btr?ali. Arclv icJ Birctanlji kitmI. ncir
Pumplnty St linn ' i68; M
OR SALE $ too. Futnlturcol s-roome4 cottige
neir town, wttherlvllfpt of rentlnjr cottFf.
WILLIAM SAV1DGE & CO ,
it 6 Merchant St.
FOR SALE LOTS In pit4ma ntir town. All if
and prlcet. Apply to .
WILLIAM SAVIDGE h CO . f l
to6 Mtrchant St!
FR SALE Tiooo. Lnwholi on Quern ttrtftt.
near Honolulu Iron Works. 14 ytirs to rcn,
Splcnild WarehouM Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, flc CO ,
ice Merchant ttreti
PR SALE A pair of Hack coach hor tormtfly
the property of Wm. U Irwin, Esq. Applt to
James Carty. American Statics, Merchant ani K(ch
ardi street 1614 tf
SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
ITY. ByJ.M VIVAS 1)81
I OST A strati wreath pin rf leaves ant pearls,
L- d n town Liberal reward If returned to H.
Dlnklae, custom Hou itk iw
I OST a Rold enameled pin, monogram U. S , ofi
- In crimson and cold. Finder please return to
this office and rerelve reward tf
PUND A new store on Hotel St , opposite ihe
Elit Ice Cream Parlors. GEO. HAFI-NEk,
Manufacturing )elcr. troC-tm
FOUND At corner of Kin? street and U'aiklkl
road, an t8 K cold weddlnj; rlnc Finder can
have same by calling at thlsofnce andpiylnjjc st
of adttrllslny i68tf
FOR 1901 !
J he Hawaiian News Co.
Ltd., have on exhibition
theii stock of OFFICE AND
POCKET DIARIES. Call early
and make your 'selection, !
NEWS CO., LTDj,
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving tner pa
pers promptly will conferva
favor by notifying the 'Bust
ness Cfice, Telepione i$6.
Cheaper to Move than Pay Rent
Is ti' sayln?, but w e don't believe It. We have moved tu Ice
within a year, we haJ to In order tn e'ect our new building. We
have now moved from the .tore next lo JOHN NOTTS to our
new building on the Corner of Port and King Streets.
At prestnt we are o;dipj lng the upper floor and basement, as
the carpenters are not through work on the main floor. We ask
our friends tn overlook the Inconvenience and confusion that will
enJst for a few weeks yet When once we are settled we will be
able to take ca'e of you and attend to your wants In first class
Our Hleyclc Shop Is now running In the new store, and
Me have a fine line of wheels, COLUMMAS, RAAU1LERS and
CLbVbLANDS, ami a lot of good wheels suitable for the little
folks for CHRISTMAS at prices that will suit everyone.
Call at the corner of Port and King Streets, King St. side,
UI'STAlKS. and see the results of a Kansas 'Cyclone.
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
At the - - -
Great Clearance Sale
Ice Boxes, Refrigerators, Rugs, Meat Safes, Bed
room Sets, Bed Lounges, Baby Carriages, Chairs,
Rockers, Tables, Pictures, Flags, Chiffoniers, Side
boards, Bureaus, Macneal & Urban Safes, Etc., at
; San Francisco Prices.
i ) THE I. X. L.,
. W. LEDERBfJ, iropricr' nmm bemtawa st.
M1 F. Morgan1.
I . AltflMftsI. prpiD Afvtn
11 OS Queen Street
ON THURSDAY, JAN. 3,'1WI
A.T 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
A' tae premises, Punchbou I street, be
Iia' u.-en street, I ulll sell at public auc
tbn J.i the WOODEN BUILDINGS and
LD-. In llie RhLIEF CAM!'.
Thie are four two-story buildings, about
47 sit each.
On: buiUing, 26x31 ; one building, n
jo; one tuo-story building, 2io, and
ThHilS-tASU. Tenants to have ten
days from date of ale for removal, and
buildings (0 be removed within thirty
d iyi f-om date of sale.
;as. f. MonoAN,
.. OF ...
On Friday, Jan. i, 1901,
XT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the premises, VINEYARD STREET
between River and Llllha Streets, I will
sell at Public Auction :
Five two-story wooden buildings. 20x40.
On: one-tory wooden building, 20X))
Eleven two-story wooden buildings, 20x36
One one-story wooden building, 20ij.
One two-story wooden building, 24x0.
Several shedt and washhou-.es.
Buildings to be removed within thirty
day from date of sale.
Temnts to have ten days from date
of sale for removal.
Jas. F. Morgan,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
and Office Furniture
In stock, or ordered from
Constantly on Hand,
nAiii nri-av 'f
Metropolitan Meat Co
Keeps Constantly op Hand.
MlLLfcH & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton,
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meat of
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. We
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Sh)d, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Craw tish, Crabs, Etc.
.POULTRY AND GAUL Turkeys.Oeese,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SWOKhD MKATS Hams, Bacon. Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
Heads, Etc. .
UUTTLR, Eggs, Cheese. Pickles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut. Applet, Pears, Grapes
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTbRs Fancy, large or small, In
shell or cans.
Hardly a filing that you could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 2t9.
The co-partnership exlitlng be
tween Robert Lewers, Charles W.
Cooke and F. J. Lowrey, under the
firm name of LUWLRS & COOKl,
Is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent, and the business transferred to
a corporauon unaer me nime ot
LLWHte & COOKb, LIMITfcD.
All oblliMt!oni nf thp film .ir n.
snmril hv tli enmnr!inn on. I ill
amount due the linn are made pay
aoie 10 me corporation.
1 ranus are extended to those who
have plven niitriinapp In fh iirm
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tlnuance Is requested on.behalf of
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LEWfiRS tf COOKE
LEWEHS & COOKE, LlmlltJ ,
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Director ... Roliihl Lewcks
Dirntor Cius. M Liitiki-
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