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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. !!., TUESDAY, JANUAIIY 8, 1901
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BOARD OF HEALTH
Representative-elect Beckley. Demurs
to Answer-Physician for Chi
nese Hospital-Miss Acker
man's Request Denied.
A special meeting of .the Hoard of
Health uis held yesterday afternoon.
Dr. Unmoiid, piesldent, Attorney Cen
tral 1-2. 1'. Dole, K. J. Lowrey anil Dr.
Cooper made up a quorum by 3:10
An application from n woman to visit
her husband nt .MoloKal was refened to
Superintendent C. 11. Heynolds.
Miss Jessie Ackerman npplled for
permission to herself nml Miss Ada
Mureutt to visit the Setlement, for tho
purpose of contributing n description
cf It to a syndicate of magazines and
On motion of Dr. Cooper, seconded
toy Mr. l.owrey, the request was denbil
but the ladles wero granted access to
all dat.i the Hoard of Health olllcc cut
l'rvjtlrient Wong I.eong of the Cil-
sese hospital asked permission to have
Ur. Cheong Vouk Sun placed In charga
of that Institution Instead of Dr. Topir,
sone to China. Action on the appli
cation was deferred to await a report
from the board of examination on Dr.
P. V. Uecklcy, Ite)resentatlo elect,
wrote In reply to the Hoard's action de
ferring permission to him to visit thfl
Settlement until the legislature ap
points a committee of lsltntlou. As
representing tho district containing tho
Settlement, he claims special privi
leges. After taunting tho Hoard with
departures from Its rule forbidding
visits cxceptlng'wlth the Hoard semi
annually. Mr. Heckley respectfully de
murs and excepts to the decision. The
Board saw no reason, however, for
changing Its action.
A draft of sanitary regulations for
towns other than Honolulu was sub
mitted as the special order of business.
Dr. Emerson, who came In at this
stage, feared the work was too Inv
portant for an afternoon. The Attor'
uey General remarked that rules might
ho made so strict that when brought
Into court they could not be maintain-
The president stated that the matter
had been pending more than n month
and the object of calling this meeting
ra' to havo the regulations forwnrded
ly tomorrow's steamers.
Dr. Pratt, the executive officer, said,
with regard to Walluku, that tho regu
lations had been submitted to Dr. Wcd
dlck. who reported conditions slmlbr
to those of Honolulu nnd made sug
gestions which wero revised and Incor
porated. The meeting then proceeded with thn
- consideration of tho draft, carefully
scanning the provisions and making
amendments as deemed wise.
Chinese laundries formed one of the
most dlfflcult matters In debate.
TE8LA HAS A 8CIIBMB.
Now York. Dec. 29. A special to tho
Herald from Washington, says:
Nicola Tesla has been Invited by
Hear Admiral R. B. Bradford, Chief of
the Bureau of Equipment, to submit for
trial a system of wireless telegraphy
ulilch ho has developed.
Mr. Tesla says that ho would bo able
to provide the navy with a system
which will be equal, If not superior, to
that Invented by Marconi.
Before Anally adopting any special
system for the naval service, near Ad
miral Hradford proposes to make n
thorough Investigation of tho various
wireless telegraphy systems in opera
tion. No official proposition has been
received recently from Slgnor Marconi
and the department Is not Inclined lo
accept his first proposal to furnish hU
apparatus to the American navy for
j:0,000 cash and 10,000 per year.
More Island Work
The employes of tho yards and dock3
department at Mare Island are busy
lth tho erection of several large build
ings and others are soon to be com
menced by contractors. Of the latter
there Is to bo a Joiner shop for tho
construction and repair department to
cost (100,000. Tho appropriation for
tho blockmakcr's shop, now nearly
completed, cost $10,000. Two largo
iteel storehouses for lumber, to be
nsed by tho general storekeeper, aro In
progress of construction, and a larze
building for storing and handling gunn,
for tliu ordnanco department, will boon
Other work In hand Is a $30,000 pow
r houso for tho yards and dock de
partment, a boiler houso for tho naval
hospital, a $.1000 chapel and a $7000
building for tho department ofmedi
alue and surgery. Tho chapel, now In
tourso of erection, will bo located
near tho marine barracks. Tho yard
force will also construct three largo
Jrtccl sheds under tho new coal hoist.
There Is an appropriation for this pur
pose of $50,000.
The American ship Florenco In com
mand of Captain Ryder was towed Into
tho harbor this morning by tho tu&
fearless, Sho sailed from Tacoma
li' fli days ago and has been expectel
ially for somo time.
The new centuty was greeted with
appropriate ceremonies all over tho
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trf ' ft r '
a.m. 111. p.m. p.m. i m
Monday,. ,,i,i jjjtilS j. 54 u.t4 tt ds
TtiMjly I J Ji t.t t 31 It )4 11.56
WeJn.tJay r.. g 6.ti 1 f 730 t.6a.ra.
Thursday to HIM I. 1 o 36
Friday 11 J. tilt 951 1)6 06
Saturday 'it S 161.TH 00 J.16 J 44
Sunday 'ij 9 to 1.5 11.51' 4 01 3.)
. .a. ra .
Monday 14 I I.e. 06 4 4T 1 9
Last Quarter of the Moon on the 12th
nt 10:8 a. m.
Hawaiian Standard Time is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 167 30. The
time whlstlo blows nt 1:30 p. m., which
Is tho same as Greenwich Oh, 0m.
The tides nt Kahulut und Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than nt Honolu
lu Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find there
a branch of the V. S. Hydrographlc
Office located in the Merchants' 12
ihange, whero Is maintained for their
nc lie fit free of charge, complete) set
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of interest to ocean
MOVEMENTS OK STEAMERS.
Steamers due and to sa
thirty days are ns follow
ALAMEDA S. K
MIOWEHA Victoria ..
ZEALANDIA S. F. ...
GAELIC S. F.
HONOKONO MARU S.
11 for the next
HONGKONG MARU S,
AORANGI Victoria . . .
CHINA S. F
ZEALANDIA S. F. ..
DORIC S. F. ........
SIERRA S. F.
A government transport from San
Francisco, carrying mall, Is due about
the 9th and 23d of each month.
VESSELS IN PORT.
ARMY AND NAVY.
U. S. training ship Adams, Going, en
U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Midway Island.
(This list does not Include coasters.)
Andrew Welch, Drew, from S. F.
Iroquois, Am. sp., Thompson, Seat'.R
Alice Cooke, Am. schr., Penhallow;
Archer, Am. bktn., Calhoun, S. F.
William H. Macy, Groth, from Sydney.
Ship John Currier, from Seattle.
Bk. Kalulanl, from San Francisco.
Schr. Allan A., lumber from Eureka.
Novelty, Am. schr., Rosendale, Calcta
Prince Albert, Br. bk., Cappelen, New
R. P. Rlthet. Am, bk., McPhall. from
Roderick Dhu, Am. bk Johnson nt
Hllo from San Francisco.
Amy Turner, Am. bk., Warland, at HIM
from San Francisco.
Marie Hackfeld, Ger. sp., Wuhrmann,
Alta, Chilean bk., Thronagle, from
Twilight, Am. schr., Cuesten, from
Robert Sudden, Am. bk., Kllmann;
Mildred, Am. schr.. Rose, from Seattlo.
A. J. Fuller, Am. sp., Dermott, at Ka
hulul, from Ladysmith, B. C.
Quickstep, Am. bktn., Hansen, at Ka-
hulul, from Port Gamble.
John D. Tallant, Am. schr., Hoftland, at
Kahulul, from Chill.
Skagit. Am. bktn., , at Hllo,
from the Sound.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Office of the U. S. Lighthouse Inspector.
Twelfth District, San Francisco,
Cal Dec. 21, 1900.
San Francisco Entrance California
Notlco Is hereby given that the mam
moth nun buoy, painted red, numbered
2, marking Fort Point Ledge, Sau
Francisco Entrance, California, has
gone ndrlft. It will be replaced at tho
earliest date practicable.
This Notice affects the List of Bea
cons and Buoys, Pacific Coast, 1900,
By order of tho Llghthouso Board,
Commander, U. S. N.,
Inspector 12th L. II, District,
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
40 vears practice, references If desired
All kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned
and Repaired. Office with the Hawaiian
iron Fence and Monument O., 179 to 180
. King St., Kes. uccwentai note).
Tel., 654. 82.3m Lincoln Block
Weather Bureau, Puliation, January
8. Temperature Morning minimum,
G8; Midday maximum, 78.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.10. Steady.
Dew Point C0F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m, 60 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Jnn
uary 8. Weather hazy; wind high NE.
Tuesday, January 8.
U S A T Hancock. Strude. from San
Francisco, passeneers and stores for Ma
Tuesday, January 8.
Stmr Upolu, Dalton. for Kawalhae. Ho-
nolpu and Kona.
Stmr uaudine, Parker, forwioanii way
Stmr Mauna Loa. Slmerson. for Molev
kal, Kona and Kau ports.
benr uiaiicn and b la tor tlanaiel and
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Maul, Sacks, for Kahulul and way
ports at f p m
stmr Lenua, uenmu, lor moioxai ana
Lalulna port at 5 pm.
Stmr W G Hall, Thompson, for Nawl
llulll and Kauai ports at 5 pm.
u,w sclir surprise, rsystrom, lor Kauai
port, at p m
SJir LaJv. for Koolau ports at 5 n m.
Stmr Nocau, Wyman, for Eleele and
Gas schr Malolo. Nelson, for Kalllvwal
and Hanalel at 5 p m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, for Lalulna,
lloiiokaa nnJ Kukuinaele at a m.
For Hllo and wav ports, per s'mrClau
dine, Jan 8 C A Blown and wile, John
Noltey, Chas Noltey. H Holmes, J A
Scott, Miss Sturgeon, MUs Richardson, E
Suhr, Wm Green, Miss Frank. Mrs b'
Suhr, J S McCandless, R H Long, J
Hetts, K b l.cckwood, U K Collins, U
Dorwood, L B Stearns and wife, A B
Arthur, C II Teff, Miss Kin! Matsen,
Mrs A O Rose, J J Hupan. A Moore, Mrs
E G Hitchcock.
For Kahulul and way ports, per stmr
Maul, Jan 8 M S Grlnbaum, W R Castle,
F M Hatch, Mrs J G Graham and daught
er, Miss M A Toomey, Mrs C H Jennings,
Mrs Chas H Llndhoim, Miss M C Llnd
helm, T B Lyons W H Mixer, C Raise ,
Dr Raymond, Mrs D Center and 2 child
ren and malJ, W G Scott, Miss Freltas.
Miss E Chamberlain, Miss M.ilion-, Mrs J
Cushlngham, John Cushlngliam, Miss
Maude Cushlngham and 2 children, Mis
Self, Wm Kaluakinl, Mrs Kalu klni and 2
For Molok.il poits and Lahalna, rer
stmr Lehua, Jan 8 Mrs H Kahele, Mrs
Wm Kapui and 5 children, Mrs D O
PRINCE ALBERT'S CABIN BOY,
Lum, tho half-Chinese cabin boy of
tho Prlnco Albert, was again arrested
yesterday by Captain Flint of the wa
ter front police on an order from the
Deputy Sheriff. Tho little fellow was
found In a swipes joint In Kakaako. He
did not show signs of light when ap
proached by the officer as ho did when
arrested In Kapalama a few days ago.
It Is understood that the boy Is very
hard to manage and has run away
from the vessel on which ho Is employ
ed, numberless times. He will be kept
In Jail until the Prince Albert Is ready
to sail for the Sound.
Lum hasn't a very savory reputation.
Ho Is nn Australian by birth. hlSTnotli
er being a whlto woman nnd his fa
ther a Chinaman. From the time he
was old enough to shift for himself, he
has always been In some kind of mlj
chief. Shortly before being put aboard
the Prince Albert, he finished a term
on tho reform school ship at one of
tho ports of Australia.
WILLIE CRAWFORD DEMURS.
Editor Evening Bulletin: Please al
low mo space In your paper to explain
about an Item published in the Aclver
User of this morning under the head
lng, "Fat Willie Caught." I wish to
Bay It Is true that the Deputy Sheriff
saw mo in a placo where gambling was
going on but I went there to collect a
note due me by Aknna for money ow
lng to Attorney S. F. Chllllngwortn,
and which amount I had guaranteed.
I collected tho money nnd have paid
the amount to the attorney as he h.xv
ing pressed bo to collect the same, It
being long overdue. How can the
Advertiser say In fairness that I wis
running tho game when I was not exen
playing nor bad I any Intention of
W. H. CRAWFORD,
Bulletin Publishing Co: It Is true
that W. II, Crawford had guaranteed
the payment of a fee due by Akana for
servfees rendered nnd It Is nlso true
that I on yesterday nsked him for pay
ment nB tho amount was owing for
some months, ho (Crawford) has paid
me tho amount today.
SAM F. CHILLINGWORTII
Tho Navy department has ordered
tho Scorpion to proceed to Venezuela
owing to the Indifference to tho Amerl
can claim In tho asphalt controversy.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
FRANK J. DILLON Is no loneer In
our employ, and we will not be responsible
icr any uens or contracts made oy mm.
THE WASHINGTON MERCANTILE
CU., LIU. 1732IW
HONOLULU UHEWINQ & MALTING CO,
There will be a special meetlne of the
shareholders of the Honolulu Brewing and
Malting Co. on January oth at 3 p m., In
the office of L. Schweitzer, 23 Nuuanu
Honolulu, January 3, 1001. 1732.1t
The Evening Bulletin, 7t MnU !
Cfl. in thi ttlmmn Ul bt inttrttJ 4
lfikKf timti tint M4 tnuttion: it ttntt tw
inttucnif to ttnlt em vttk, 40 centt two tvtikt,
ffj Od ttntt ent mnt, Ml II (Pf tDtttttt Jvtf
tittng ttt eftrti tit ftcplt Honolulu.
EMPLOYERS OF LAROK-Reelstrr for one
U month AnJ Irv th ru1tttllh U W. Atktnnn.
StLECT EMIMOVMIST OfriCE, MAOOOM BUILIllMO
ARQA1NS IN JEVElY-vou un Ret thtm it
M.F. LLCAS. toi Hotel Si. Fin Ennavlnr
inJ enatrtllng dnnt. iWi
OTICE TO BUILDERS-Th Union Eipr.n Co,
'ANTED A poiltlon fry a nun wll.tnf lo do iny
Kina 01 woik, lajrtii u fit, in omci
WANTED A thr or lour room cottiee. or In
" rvtfa. with nth fnmlhJ nr iinfiirnlthJ.
Jeslriblt locality. At enct AJJrcts JO., this offii.
nn 1 ci' n miccn )tir uu ijy ii urown.
iirarti A r....-.... -I ... 4f 11 tt..
riumwr. itrr 10 y siirM mnuirg. Tjtu
UANTEI You lo l i rotlilun In il w
vv Vfar. Comirenf It wtll, Sw Atkinson, Majioon
UullJlng, fliefcnani at,
VOUNll MAN, Htnoffrhfr trtt irrtwtlttr, at
once. AJifts " N." Dulltiln Uflict.M
WANTSD-WATCIIES to rilr b el.r of 15
tirtcxrrlfnce. Jut rectlvtJ nnclnof
nnvctt'M, O. DIETZ. 4it Nuuinu SI l?ol-tf
ANtED-CSORAVINr, AND ENAMEIINO
M p. LUCAS. to MoHI M, 1M1
OlD PAPERS TO EXCIIiNGS torclnCcl
Ion Rag Art-ply tt Hulltiln OBc. isffl-tt
rHE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -1
Oyiterl icrvrd n Hit thttl onlv Try hlf
fnou lUm ani Eee Saniwlchi nl CofTtt Cor
Nuuanu inl II itt' tlrttti. WM LUCAS, I'rorr'ttor
Fl( KENT AHallelKi Davktrlann, ali-olmw,
ch.ip.r Ihin tournitn rrlcall ou antArr nulcV.
Call or aiJrcn J. W. Mall, collage rel Io0u'n
fO LET A mosquito rrool unturnittiM room. In
1 tiulrt II Union SI itoiw
XO LET-Furnlttitd romt 10 In, the Delmoral on
I Ynuir . thi tMe Thoinaa Square. ittq.tw
HOUSE TO RfcNT on Hie corner of alcltil and
WllJer Aenue. Arplyon rremlsea trit'im
XO LET-FurnlsheJ room al 1050 Rl.harJ St.
IF ou with 10 rent yourh ue or rooms "well,"
1 See athlnson, Magoon HulUIng,
TO LET A cottage en Kuknl lane ani a cottage
on U.ratanla St . now rullilnp. For terms arolv
loKA"IOLAM l-STATE LTD. o-ll
TO LET Seltcn House, well furnished rooms with
hoariYoungSl , near Pllkol. irio'im
TO RENT Furnished room. Garden Lane. Enquire
of Mrs. McConnel, off Union street, No. q Garden
On YEAR LEASE Chlnatoon, rental only Jk a
&J montn, P. H. nurnetle. )o Kina;Sl.
HOU'E AND TWO LOTS-Ka'lulanl.fracl, only
Si,soo. P. H. Uurnette, 19 King St.
LOTS Kaplolanl, on easy terms, P, II, Birnctle,
It King St
HOtKE AND LOT-Puuiul, very cheap P. II.
Burnilte. 10 King St,
OUSE'AND lOT-Alylura Coad, near King. P.
il. uurneue. q e.ing ni
FOR SALE-Gentle Olivine Hore, can road tetter
than three minutest O'Brien patent spring rub-
rer-tirej. ion ruery 1 nanj.maae sirgie Harness.
luH-ir trimmed. Will be sold at a bargain. Pacific
Vehicle and Surply Cotrrany.
COR SALE-One ea h eU-4 and 6 horsepower
JnitTf. OC WE155 KEIOSLNB OIL ENGINES, tDCW)
Inquire of J. EmitHflH. 141 King Si. iti-II
COR SALE A few Imported milch cowj. Apply lo
" j. m. vivij. B
PR SALE Cheap, family mare, harness and an
open buggy. Apply to
eo6 Merchant St.
COR SALE Four lots. Hobron 11.. Kar.ahulu. W.l
r Itlkl. I)ooeich, Jells Barber. e King Si. oo-tf
PR SALE A large down town Warehouse. A
centrally located Lodging House and cottage.
Business Property In heart of cltv residence property.
HENRY WATEKHOUisE It CO. itos-ll
FOR SALE OR RENT-A 1 acre Lot In Nuuanu
valley, with Large House and Several Cottages.
HENRY WATERHOUSE & CO. j.ll
THE b"l cent cigar In town Is the "COLONFL"
10 be had al the riyrtle Cigar Store neat toOr-
h.a All LI... a. ....II. l..a . !-...
- ,,-wni, .... wim. .,i una m.i, .,'aiiT.
NEARLY NEW, UPK1GHT PIANO for ul t
b ire. 1 1. Apply H' BtrtUila itrMt, nar
Pumplnf SlU Mi
FR SALE foo. Futnltuftol s-roomcicottiet
ntar towo, wlthprlvllvet of rentlne cottaiet.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
k6 Merchant St.
FR SALE T4000. LMhoU on Oun srttt.
near Honolulu Iron Works. t4 years to runj
Splendid Warehoust Location. i
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO..
too" Merchant atrett.
FOR SALE A pair of black coach horwi formerly,
the property ol Wm. G Irwin. Esq. Apply tq
James Cany, American Stables. Merchant and RlchJ
LOST Lady's Opal Stlck-pln, from PaclficHatrhti
alone Nuuanu. School and fort streets. Hewari
I OST-PatabobkNo cio. Bishop & Co. Salni
a Dink. Finder please return lo Hak it)iiw
LOST a sold enameled pin; monogram U. S., 6
Incrlmtonanl gold. Finder please return to
this office and receive reward. tt.
COUND At corner of Merchant and Richard St'.,
a Rambler bicycle, No. rvTt. Losercanhavathe
same by calling at this office and paying costs of a J
FOUND-A Sniff. Otmer can obtain tha same ty
paying expenses Apply in, Fort St. it) "tw
FOUND A Lady's gold watch. Owner can have
the same by calling at Hawaiian Chlnasa News
Co., King St., and paying eipenses. itjo-iw
FOUND A new store on Hotel St , opposite the
Elite Ice Cream Parlors. GEO. HAFFNER,
Manufacturing Jeweler. iToC-im
FOUND At corner of King street and Walk Ik I
road, an UK gold wedding ring. Finder can
have same by calling at this omca and paying c sts
ol advertising. i63it
FOR 1901 !
Jhe Hawaiian News Co.
Ltd., have on exhibition
their stock of OFFICE AND
POCKET DIARIES. Call early
and make your selection.
NEWS CO., LTD.,
THE HAWAII HERALD.
Vol. PUBLISHED IN HlLO. N
Is a pretty
jood paper for
$2. 50 per an
who use Its c
J To the Public
Messrs. E. O. Hall & Son Llm'teJ.are now the recognized
Agent) for CLBVDLAND BICYCLES for the rtaallan Islands,
the recent arrangements ol ou Mr. R. C. Lennle having been' ap
proved of by the undersigned, Yours truly.
AMERICAN BICYCLE CO.,
SAN FRANCISCO BRANCH
' Cleveland Sales Department
By Q. A. Merril,
Referring to the above we will say that bythe "ZEALANDIA"
we received anothet shipment of...
and cm satisfy anyone wanting a good bicycle.
1 he Cleveland Is...
Sft A GOOD BICYCLE
CALL AT BICYCLE DEPARTMENT
ON ind FLOOR OF NEW STORE 1
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
t Hall Building, Corner
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.
S. W. LBDERBR, Proprietor
Jas. F. Morgan
II 05 Queen Strartt
Thursday. January 10th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salts'Oom fli Qieuitt., I wit
nfi' 1' "i'MIc auction a few of those val
uacie p.ajter casts of Hawaiian types,
ewuted by Mr. Hutchinson.
Jas. F. Morgan,
On Thursday, Jaiiuary Mth.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen St., I will
sell at public auction some very old and
rare bojks giving the history of the Ha
waiian Islands from 1852 to 1876.
Jas. F. Morgan,
On THURSDAY, JANUARY lOth,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. SI.
At my salesroom, 65 QUEEN ST., I
will sell at public auction a large assort
ment of household furniture and supplies :
Bedroom sets, sideboards, warerobes, ex
tension tables, chars, steel engravings,
ash trays, card receivers, paper knives, pin
boxes, crumb trays, napkin rings, 'ancy
v 01 1 baskets, etc.. etc.
JAS. P. MORGAN, '
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
and Office Furniture
In stock, or ordered from
Fort and King Streets,
-I-X.) L EterctanteSt'
DAY BUILDING. DERETANIA ST,
MAR FIM STATION.
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Co
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton.
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothlne better to be had. We
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt. Shid, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.Geese,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teat, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS Hams, Bacon. Saus
ages, fresh everv day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles, Chow
chowKSauer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Crapes
Potatces, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTERS-Fancy, large or small, In'
shell or cans.
Hardly a thing that you could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 219.
The co-partnership existing be
tween Robert Lewers, Charles W.
Cooke and F. J. Lowrey, under the
firm name of LEWERS & COOKE,
Is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent, and the business transferred to
a corporation under the name of
LEWERS & COOKE, LIMITED.
All obligations of the firm are as
sumed by the corporation, and all
amounts due the firm are made pay
able to the corporation.
Thanks are extended to those who
have given patronage to the lirm
which Is now dl. solved, and a con
tinuance Is requested on behalf of
the new corporation.
LEWBRS O COOKE.
LEWERS & COOKE. Limit J.
PreslJ.nt '... r.J Loubey
Vlce-PrtsUent... , .W.W, llAPklj
Scc'y andTreas.,.t,.W. A Madden
AuJitcr C. H Cooke
Director . .HOhlkT Ltwtks T
Director, , ..Chas. M. Cooke O
Honolulu. Dec. i, twuo. A
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