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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1901.
A Safe and Sar Oar (or
Cramps Coughs Bruises
Diarrheal! Colds 'Burn
Sprains and Strains.
aire Instant relief.
Two iUm, 8Sc. nJ 50c
Onl im rln KUltr, Perry Davis'.
Knights of Pythias
Tho Installation of the officers of
Hjstli Lodge Knlghta of Pythias, wcio
held In the l' thliin lull last cvcnlii'!
The olucers InstilUil were ub follow"
C C. 11 J OstllnRher, V. C , A. I.
Morris l'rilatu Jus II. Gorman, M
W.. 1 Oilrlen. P. C K. 11. & S . A K
Murpli P. C. M of I' II T Vuit.
M at A . Jas McKeiiKilc, J. (! . ThoniaB
Carroll and O fl Chan Mufsrue. II
B. Walt. 1). 1). H C, was tho In
After the Installation sen Ices, the
member of the lodge anil IhII1im
brethren repaired to tho Hawaiian ho
tel where Manager Allen had prepared
a feast of good things for their onjoj
raent The dceoratlotw of the table
ere beautiful and eerythlng about
the banquet was excellently arranged.
1'rofew.or Sharp furnished tho music
lor the occasion. There was n piano,
cornet and lnlin
When the bojs had satisfied the In
ner man. Dr. A J t)erb ns tuastmasier
arose and announced totsts by tho In
coming olllcers II J Oallagher. C. C
eras tho first to respond. A. L. Mol
lis followed Responding for tho out
going ofllctrs. Thos. MeTlghe and S.
J. Salter arose In turn and made u
II. E Wnltj responded to tho toast.
The Supreme Ixjilge." This was on-j
of the most Imprcsslie speeches of ths
ecnlng, dealing ns It did with the
Xoundatlon and perpetuation of Pjth
lanlsm. I'ollowlng this toast was an
other by Mr. Mlddledltch of Iowa on
the "Visiting llrothcrs." Mr. Middle
ditch made a stirring speeth on the
hospltaltt of Hawaiian Pjthtans to
Tlslttng brothers. Ho closed his re
marks with a beautiful poem on "The
Brotherhood of Man."
Dr. Sinclair responded for tho "Sis
ter Lodge." dwelling on the good feel
ing existing between the lodges In Ho
nolulu and the Influence of this state
of affairs on tho order. "The light
bouse by the sea" was most cffectUcly
rendered by V. II. Hoogs. A. E. Mur
phy responded to the toast "Tho la
4te." Mr. Murphy expressed It as his
opinion that tho ladles were Ood'a
The toast "The good of tho order,'
eras responded to J. P. Eckardt who
tare a history of the order and more
especially of the growth of the order In
these Islands. The lodge in Hawaii Is
the only one outside of the Mainland of
A. V. Gear spoke on tho endowment
rank, telling eterjone present why he
should belong. The final toast was by
Attorney General E. P. Hole who spoke
on "Absent Hrothers." Mr. Dolo paid
glowing tribute to the absent ones.
In closing, he spoke of how the lodge
ferand both absent and present togeth
er by the one great principle of the
upbuilding of manhood and the en
The is it tho Singer In millions of
nomes snows the unprecedented suc
cess of theso Ideal sowing machine.
It Is convincing proof that the Singer
excels In all kinds of family sewing
and art needle, work. All our sewing
machines aro of the best construction,
beautifully decorated, and are mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cabinets of artistic design. D. Ber
lersen, agent, IG',4 Dethel stre.
3T0CK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
lad Office Furalture
In stock, or ordered f'orr,
Art Bmbroldery Taught.
Lessons In ART EMBROIDERY will
Vj given by Mrs. II, II. Williams at the
City Furniture Store, Fort street.
Hirst Class stumping done
MRS. H. H WILf JAMS.
Subscribers io tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving tn?r pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notify in, tbe 'Busi
ness C'dce, Telephone 156.
CHINESE AND JAPANESE
FIRE LOSERS TO COMBINE
Important Meeting Held Last Night
Claims to be Presented to Legislature-Secrecy
as to Their
'I here were ocr lift prominent Chi
nese of the city prison t at n meeting
In the hall of the Chinese Unltc.il So
ciety last evening and with them was u
committee of four from the prominent
Japanese) merchants nf tho city. Tho
meeting had two objects. The first was
the consideration of the celebration nf
the "Uth of January, the du of the big
tiro In Chinatown last year. The sec
ond was tho consideration of tho fire
claims that have been the talk of the
Japanese nnd Chinese eer since th"
file th.it destrojed theli home and
their places of business.
Tho Chinese nnd Japanese mean io
ict together In nil matters eonctrn'ng
these rlalms ns they hellee that by fol
lowing this enilise, they will be much
stronger In tho presentation of their
side of the question than If they nclrd
separately. This was why the Japu.
esp were Inilted by the Chinese to at
tend the meeting last night nnd this Is
why tho Imitation was so readily ac
cepted. Thero was considerable discussion
oi er the matter of the celebration of
the 20th day of this month but tiiM
seemed to be on tho naturo of th
celebration. Kieryono present was In
faior of a celebration of some kind nnd
a motion to this effect was finally car
ried. When It came to a consideration of
the fire claims, it was decided that no
publicity should bo made of the mat
ter and eieryonc was cnutloned against
glilng nnj thing to tho papers. It Is
understood. honcer. that tho Japaneso
nnd Chinese concerned will mako nn
appeal to the Legislature.
A committee of fifteen from the Chi
nese and the simo number from the
Jnpaneso colony was appointed and n
meeting of this commltteo was called
for next Monday night. At that time
tho nature of tho celebration of the
20th will be fully decided on. As that
date falls on a Sunday, the celebration
will tnko phco on tho following Mon
day. On tho evening of that day, thero
will be n big mass meeting of tho Ja
panese and Chlneso In the hall of th'
Chinese United Society for the purpose
of considering the question of the fire
claims. At that time It will be learned
what It Is the Intention of the claim
ants to do.
L. Ahlo, one of the biggest rice plan
tation men In the country and a man
whose shop and home nt the corner of
Niiuanu street nnd Onrden Lano was
burned to the ground by order of the
Board of Health, was chosen tho chair
man of the evening.
Notice Is hereby given that all bills
lgalnst the STAR OYSTER HOUSE prior
to January oth, 1901, will be paid upon
HARRY KLEMME. 1734 it
All of those who are interested In the
successful work being done by the Eye,
Ear and Nose Infirmary, will please attend
a meeting on Friday morning, at 10 j. m.,
In the omce of Ur. bloggett, in the fro
tress Block. I73-Ht
Herr Pastor Iscnbsrg wlrd am Sonntag
den ijten Januar um n Uh morgensdeut
schen Gottesdlenst In dcr Y.M.C.A. Halle
Blectfon of Officers
The following officers of the INTER
ISLAND 1 ELEGRAPH CO. LTD.. were
electe 1 to s-rve for the ensuing ear at the
annual meeting held Janua'v 9. lyoi.
Presl Jtnt W K. Cast e
Vlce-PreiiJent .. .Fred J. Cross
Secretary .Wallace R, Harrington
1 reasurer . . . Jas. F. Morgan
AuJItor E. O.White
Directors: R. S. Si llman.C L. Wight,
O. G. Trjphagen, J. A. Magoon.
WALLACb R. FARRINGTON,
Honolulu, Jan. io. 1901. 1734-3
Notice to Creditors.
The unimlffneJ halnz been duly arro'nieJ 4
mlolsirctrlx oMheeitateot Manuel de Mejelro late
of Honolulu, OaIiu deceateJ Notke i liervly given
t all teron to present ttislr claims am Inst the es
lite of sal J Ma nuil io MeJdroi, duly authenticated,
wnemtr secured ry mortgage or otiirvtie, lu ine un
d'rslened, at her residence nn Kapalama trtt,
Honolulu, Oahu ur at Hie office of J M Davids m,
Lt4 , un Merchant St Honolulu, aforesaid within
sU months from the date hereof, or tnev will be for
ever barred And all persons indebted to ld estate
are hereby request J to make Immediate pajment to
Honolulu. Oahu, January io, 101
MAUY Db MEDCIROS
Administratrix of the estate of Ma not I deMedelros
i74-Jan io.it a4.i1 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST CIRCUIT.
Territory of Hawaii Atchamben In probate In
the matter of the estate of LllM Jane UoarJman late
of Honolulu. Oahu deceased The petition and ac
counts f the executor ol the will of nld deceased
halnff been tiled wherein he asks that his accounts
be examined and apt roved and that a final vtitr be
made of distribution of the property remaining in tils
nsnjs to mt persons memo emit cj, ana Jikcnarcmu
him from all further resoon&lbllltv as such executor
It Is ordered that Friday, the Mtli day of I ebruary, A
O 1 001, at 10 o do k am , before a JuJge of said
Court at the court room ut tho Judiciary Dulldlnc
Honolulu, Oahu be and the same hereby Is appointed
as the time and place for hearing said petition and
accounts and tint ail persons Insisted may then and
there appearand show caus, If any they have why
tne same mouu not te jjramea
Honolulu, Oahu January oth toot
lly the Court
J A THOMPSON.
nj4Jan to,irr94.)i Clerk.
Weather Bureau, Piinahou, Jnnuaiy
10 Temperature Morning minimum,
70s Midday maximum, 79.
Barometer nt 9 n. m. 30.10. Falling.'
Dew l'olnt 63F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. CO per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. Jan
uary 10. Weather clear; wind NE.
Wednesday, Jinuary g.
TICK Hongkong Maru, Plllmer, from
Thursday, January to,
0 S S AHmeda, Herriman, from San
Frnnclsco pass in I mdse.
Am bktn J LStandford, Molltstcad, 49
davs from Newcastle.
Stmr Ellhu Thompson, Whitney, it
days from Seattle, storage and general
Am bktn Clielnlls, Slmorson, 59 days
from Newcastle with coal.
Wednesday, January 9.
Schr Moklhana, for Kahulul.
Schrs Blanche anJ Ella, for Hanalel anJ
Schr Golden Gite, for Lihalna.
USA I Hancock, Strude, for Guam
1 K K Hongkong Maru. flUmer, for
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Mlkaliah, l-eder-wi, forMakawell
nnd W.ilmta nt 5 p m.
Am schr Alice Cooke, I'enhallow, for
San Hr.ind-.co with sugar.
Am bk W B Flint, Johnson, for San
1'rinclsco with sugar.
Stmr JimesMakte, fullett, for Kauai
ports at 4 P m.
OSS Alameda, Herriman, for Pago
Pago, Auckland anJ Sydney at 4 p m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Gas schr Eclipse, for Lahalna, Makena,
Klhel and Kona ports at 5 p m.,,
From the Orient, per stmr T K K
Hongkong Maru, Jan 9 Dr Ten Kabe,
Vladimir Mlchtnko, wife and 3 children,
MisCShlozawa, 3 children and two ei
vants. Joseph Dnw son.
From San Francisco, per stmr Alameda,
Jan 10 Miss b Adams, F And'ade, Mrs
H C Austin, H Z Austin and wife, C P
Raugliman, MrsQ H Beny, Bruce Bon
ny and wife, Edgar Caypless, Mrs E V
Davles, E A rraser and wife, Mrs LD
Fraher, Capt E S Grogan and wife, W C
Hare, Mrs M llaes, Miss Holland. J
Houtz, A W Howe, T E Hudson, C E
Innls, J Jenkins, C Jensen, Miss a J
Johnson, B 1 athroo, Miss E. Lea'y, C B
l.emmon, W I.ougher, J R Lougher, C A
Macklntush, Win Neustadt, E A P New
comb, Mrs S L Newcomb. G L O'Nell,
Mrs M B Owen, P M Pond and wife. J W
RelRhley, Miss M A Russell, C F Scholl
and wife, Mrs T C Smith, B Solomon and
wife, M J Stevens, H P Walton, EJ
Watt, S G Wilder, wife and Infant, Pax
Colorado Scheme for
Denver, Jan. 3. Governor Thomas
today transmitted his final message to
tho Legislature. In It he said:
"Our credit is exhausted, and we
aro face to face with the nlternatlie
of relief or bankruptcy.
"Experience teaches that two meth
ods of reaching personal property may
be effectively employed. One Is tho
taxation of Incomes; tbe other of In
heritance. They ore neither novel nor
Tho Governor advocates the taxation
of franchises. Ho recommends n bond
Issue for the funding of the entire out
standing warrant Indebtedness of the
State, Including tho so-called excess
warrants and nccuraulnted Interest
thereon. The floating debt of the Stnto
for tho payment of which, tho Cover
nor declared, somo provision should be
mnde, amounts to 2 07.1.077.
The revenue commission appointed
by Governor Thomas has submitted :i
majority report, which outlines a plan
for raising additional revenue that will
throw tho burden of Increase on cor
porations nnd concerns heretofore or
only lightly taxed. The commission
expects by this method to raise afkll-
tlonal revenue of $205,000 a year.
Berkeley, Jan. 1. Mas Kula Klflton,
ilaiif-hter of Hov. Allen M. Elston ot
the Klrst Christian church, was mar
ried at 8 o'clock tonight to Dr. D. r.
Sanilow of Honolulu. Tho ceremony
took place at the ninton home, nt 2023
Chanulng ay, ami was performed uy
tho father of the bride. Tho hrldes
maids were Mitts Ruth Hoppln and Mihs
Mabel Wurnnlck nnd tho groomsmen
cro J. Arthur Klston and Sidney EN
ton, brothers of the bride. After a
Bhort w eildlng trip, Mr. und Mrs. San
dow will go to tho Islands to reside.
Dr. Sanilow Is tho Oovernment physi
cian of tho Island of Kauai.
MERELY I.OOTINO HXPEDITI0N8
New York, Jan. 3. A despatch to tho
Herald from l'eklng sas:
Tho punitive expeditions of the pow
ers proo to lme been simply looting
parties. Lieutenant Colonel Wlnt of
tho Sixth Caalry, met the Germans
at Tang-IIln, where tho latter had tax
ed the villagers 4,000 taels ($12,700)
nnd 100 pony-loads of furs as punish
ment for tho alleged murder of Imagin
ary Christians Ho had expuss orders
from General Chaffee to co-operate
nlth the Germans, but withdrew.
Alnmedii'H Quick Trip,
Tho steamship Alameda of the
Oceanic Steamship Company arrived In
tho harbor nnd docked at about 8
o'clock. Sho Is In command of Cap
tain C, T, Herriman and made tho pass
ago In C days, 22 hours and 15 minutes,
Sho leaves for tho Colonies at -1 P. m.
The transport Hancock left yeBtcnlty
afternoon. PreItiug to tho depnrtuie
of tho monster craft, llerger's lianJ
-a as on hand.
kW4i in tbtl totvmm Kill hi inttttii
tr"K etntt tint cm mttrttitn; if ttntt twt
mtttltjntt to ttntt cm utt, 4a etntt tva uttkt,
mtJ to ttntt ent month 1bn it tbt ebtsbttt tdvtr
tuirt ttf offtttJ tbt ptaf.lt e Honolulu.
lLL KINDS OF HELP StltcT Lmploymint
Orrirc Maooon Ml ithivo Mlkchant St
BARGAINS IN JCmY-you can Ret them at
M H LLCAS. to Ho'flSt Fne Cncravlnir
and etiarrellngdone t&Ca
OTICE TO BUILDERS-The Union Express Co
nai vvnuc sapiu iuk sale i4Ii
ANTED Hv a fentteman a nicety furnished
rooT. jaren 11 tnis omce iiiLw
WANTLDA)ouns: laly t) team the pholojt'iphk
supply business urfder salary Honolulivl'hoto
Supply Co ITJI't
WANTED S'enojrrapber with spare timedum
business hours desires to attend to another
firm's cor esponJen'e at Js to f 44 per mtnth Ad
dresiK 11 this office tttl ..
'ANTFD A position by a min willing to do any
kinj ot woik, aaaress v. r in 1 omce
ANTCO-A filln ytit M boy. C II. I!ron,
piumref letr lo y Mr'f Hiniimg TH"
VOUNd MAS, ttn-xr.th.r n4 trwrltef, ai
met AiJrt"A N"' UullMIn OffiM.
WANTED-WATCHES lo rep.lr fcv ltf ol m
vr, xrff1nce Jul recelvJ alinelnrl
nov t'es, G DlfcTZ. 4iTNuuinuSt irov-ll
ANTED-ENfiRAVINO AND ENAMELING
F LUCAS tojHoMSl
OLD PAPERS TO CIUNOF lortl-.nCot-tonRact
AnrMv t Uullnli Office iWIt
TIIH OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -I
Oytfri terwj n the .hcll orly Try his
nous Him ini hfz SanJwVhei enj CofTre Cor
Suuinu nil Hue tuttti WM IUCAS Proriltlor.
TO LET A mcJel houe 6 room nM bilh. lur-nllur-
lor Mle rfl.oniMe. ATKINSON. Ml-
ffooTt II UJIne Rotn tl
PR RENT A llallrlt & Davl plann, alroslnew,
rh'aprr lhafl vnur omii rrlce II ou antwer nulck.
Call or aJJrtii J W. Hall, collate net loQunn
XO LET A moiaulto trool unlurnttht J room In
I ,iil .. IIkIa.. C .sui-.b.
l' f. MIIIUII . ..J" .T
0 LET-t urnlshid rooms to let, the Detmoral on
Vmm Sf th'l side Thomas Square, tww
)l"ib TO RFNT on Ihe corner ol Makllcl and
M'tfr aerue Arplvon rremlae iTsirn
TO LET Furnlitied room at tojo Rl.liarJ SI
TO LET A cottaee tn Kukul lane anJ a cottre
on R-retanla St , now tullilni. For term appty
toKAflOLANI f STATE LTD i tl
Seltorl House, veil furnlthed rooms nlth
Youncj St ,neir Pllkol. irto'im
TO RENT Furnished room Garden Lane. Enquire
ol Mn . McConnel. oil Union street, No g Garden
Lane idot tl
FOR SALE Furniture ol 6 rooms house, rnid and
new with opt on nl rentlnc- house ATKISSON.
Room n Magoon Uu Idlng Merchant St
on YEAR LEASE Chinatown, rental only $io a
month I' II tlurrette. n King St
HOUSE AND TWO LOTS-Kalulanl Tract, only
Si.eoo P II. Durnette, )9 King St
f OTS- Kaplolanl, on easy terms. P. II, Durnette,
I- King St
HOISL AND LOT-Puu3ul. very cheap P. II.
Burnette. w King St.
HOUSE AND LOT-Asslum Road, near King. P
II Durnette -oKlngM
PR SALE-GcntleDrMnr Horse, can road better
than three minutes O Brlen patent serine rub
Wrtlred top bugry; handmade single harness,
lubber trimmed will be sold .it a bargain. Pacific
ehlcle and Supply Company miiw
FOR SALE-One ea h aX-4 and 6 horsepower
MICTZ & ULISS ktbOSENIl OIL ENOINES. (new)
In'ulteolJ EMWtiUTii.wi King St. ipi-tl
TOR SALF A lew Imported milch cows. Apply to
J.M VIVAS, ""j )ls
COR SALE Cheap, lamlly mare, harness and an
open t-ugty, Apply to
. 106 Merchant St
COR SALE-Four lots. Ilobron st . Karahulu. Wal
I klkl, $ joo each Jeffs Barber, a King St oo-lf
COR SALE-A large down to-m Warehouse A
centMlly located Lodging House an cttare
Ruslness Property In heart ot cltv residence properly
IIFNWY WATE-tHOU-E fc CO ito. II
COR SALE OR RENT-A acre Lot In Nuuanu
1 Va'lrs, with large House and Seseral Cotage
HENRY WArb.Hv.Ust & t O i6ytl
THE but s cent cigar In town Is the "COLONEL
to be had at the Myrtle Cigar Store neat lo Or'
pneum All kinas ot wanna cigars a specialty
NEARLY NEW, UPRIGHT PIANO (or sale at a
birgaln Apply )feS Beretanla street, near
Pumping Station .Hi tl
"OR SALE f soo. Futnlture ol sroomed cottaict
ntar town, with privilege of rentl-i; conaee.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE 4 CO.
sc6 Merchant St
COR SALE $4000 Leasehold on Queen s reel
I near Honolulu Iron Works sa years to run,
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIOGE, t CO .
so6 Merchant street
I OST-Lady'sOpalStlck-pIn Irom PaclficHalthts
- alone Nuuanu, School and Fort streets. Reward
at this ofrtce. ii-iw
I OST Pass book No 0410, Bishop & Co. Savin-;
nariK Mnjer please return 10 llatik st.-sw
LO-.T a cold enameled pin, monogram U. S , 06
In crimson and gold. Finder pleas, return to
this office and receive reward H
FOU-JD At cormrol Merchant and Richard Sts ,
Rambler tlocle, No m. Loser can hav. the
sam. by calling at this office and paying costs ot ad
PI ND-A Skill. Owner can obtain the sam. by
paying expenses Apply in, Fort St iti -sw
FOUND A Lady'a gold watch. Owner can have
the same by calling at Hawaiian Chines. News
Co.. King St . and paying etpenses. itjomw
FOUND A new store on Motel St , orposlle th.
Elite Ice Cream Parlors GEO. HAFFNER,
Manulacturlng eeler 1 -oS 1 m
nOUND-At corner ol King street and Walklkl
1 road, an t8 K gold wedding ring Finder can
have same by calling at this olhc. and paying c-sts
ot advertising tfillt-tl
FOR 1901 !
J lie Hawaiian News Co.
Ltd., have on exhibition
their stock of OFFICE AND
POCKET DIARIES. Call early
and make your selection.
NEWS CO., LTD.,
Tbe ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," 1b more
often heard than anything olse. The
Criterion Saloon has tbe beer on tap or
Tba Evening Bulletin, 7C cent per
To the Public 5
Messrs. E. O. Hall fi Son I ini'teJ.nre now the reRnl?'J
Af-entsfor CLBVBLAND BICYCLES fir tilt Hawaiian hlinJs,
the recent arrangements ol ou
proveJ of by the unJerslgneJ.
Referring to the above ue will say that by the "ZEALANDIA"
e -e.elved anotlii shipment of...
J anJ an satlfy anyone wanting a
1 ns Cleveland is...
& A GOOD BICYCLE
CaI.1. at BICYCLE DEPARTMENT
ON snJ FLOOR OF NEW STORE 1
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.
THE I. X. L.,
S. W. LBDERBR, Proprietor BUittmBERBTAWA ST.
JaS. F. Morgan;
II 03 Queen Btreat
MaFor Sale !
A New Instrument and in good
Cari be seen at my salesroom.
)) QUEEN St.
Jus. F. Morgan.
Popular Concerts !
Honolulu Symphony Orchestra,
UNOhlT'lt I MtCTIOS oi- PAUL EG(tV
Every Saturduy Night at
The Orpheuni Theatre.
RESEKVE SEATS HOc.
ON SALb AT WALL, NICHOLS it CO.,
AND BERGS.THOM .MUbIC CO.
Mr. K. C. Lennle having been ap
AMERICAN BICYCLE CO.,
SAN FRANCISCO BRANCH
Cleveland Sales Depigment
By G. A. Merril,
- KM - J - MM
Constantly on Hand. !l j
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Conatantly on Hand.
MlLLLR & LUX'S Prime Beef. Mutton,
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. We
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH -Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Slud, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKbD MEATSHams, Bacon. Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
CaUes' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BUTTLR, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Grapes
roiaices, unions, -aDoage. a iuii supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTERS Fancy, large or small, In
shell or cans.
Hardly a thing tint you could wish for
but what is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 219.
The co-partnership cxhtlng be
tween Robert Lewers, Charles M.
Cooke and P. J. Lowrey, under the
firm name of LhWfcRS & COOKI,
is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent, and the business transferred to
a corporation under the name of
LEWLRb & COOKL, LIMITbD.
All obligations of the tirm 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 hrm
which is now dl solved, and a con
tinuance Is requested on behalf of
the new corporation.
I.I2WGKS tt COOKE
LLWEliS t COOKE. Llmltrj
Pr-slJent 1", J LoutEy
VlccPreilJem W.W Mauris
S-c'yan41ra W A llAlilns
AuJiiur C II Cooke
Dlrator, ... Roiiiut Lemcus
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