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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, JANUAIIY 28, 1901.
"iK ''"SyftffiffiBk T.'JSCTPT 51
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SECY HALL RETIRES
AFTER LONG SERVICE
Manager Baldwin Reports Plantation
in Good Condition-Work Going
Forward for Increased
A meeting of the stockholders anil
officers of the Knhukua Plantation Com
pany took place this morning in tho
rooms of the Chamber of Commerce nt
As the annual report of the. manager
and treasurer bar been printed anil
distributed among the stockholders, It
was voted that they he not read, but
that they bo accepted and placed on
Manager Daldnln reports that the
plantation has had a favorable year for
the crops, with fair dry weather and
winds no worse than usual. The pumps
have been kept almost continuously at
work, but the wnter Bupply has been
ndequato with tho exception of the
lllako pump, where the wnter supply
was short during the summer months,
but to no serious extent.
Work on the new Itcldlcr pump has
progressed and the pipe lino was about
completed and boilers set. The most
part of the new land that this pump Is
to cover has been plowed and the ana
lysis of tho soil shows a very favor
able composition. The ncerage of
new land will declop nboirt C30 acres.
A largo reservoir has been completed
near the top of the new land.
A well drilling outfit was purchased
and nlready ten fine wells have been
drilled at a comparatively small co3t.
Secrnl flowing wells have been ob
tained nt points that will allow of n
large area of cano on tho low lands be
ing Irrlgnted by tho natural flow.
Tho treasurer read a new estimate
for the total yield for 1901. After sev
eral matters of minor Importance had
been disposed of the following names
of officers to serve for the ensuing year
were rend and unanimously ndoptei':
J H. Castle, president; J. P. Cooke, vlco
president; W. R. Castle Jr., secretary;
C. riolte, treasurer, and Geo. F. Davis,
Just previous to adjournment tl.e
following resolution was adopted
unanimously: Resolved. That tho Ka-
huku Plantation Company on the ter
mination of the long term of service
of W. W. Hall as secretary, hereby
express Its appreciation of the value of
his services, and thank him for tho
faithful manner In which he haB per
formed the sometimes onerous duties
of the office. Following the Introduc
tion of the above testimonial, a motion
for adjournment was made, which
was adopted after It had been decldi-d
to meet again on Saturday, March 2d,
at 10 o'clock In the rooms of the Cham
ber of Commerce, for tho purpose of
considering the by-laws and amend
ments to the charter.
News of Shipping
Along Water Front
Tho steamer Nllhau sails for Kauai
ports this afternoon at S o'clock.
The bark Highland Light passed out
from Neah Day on January 17th for La
halna. The American ship l'rlnve Victor
arrived at Victoria on January 15th
The Bchooncr Robert Lewers sailed
from Port Townscnd on Jan. 17th with
a cargo of lumber for Honolulu.
The barkentlnes Kllkltat and John
.Smith are discharging their cargoes of
lumber bows on at Allan's wharf.
Tho bark Ceylon was moored bow on
at Allen & Robinson's wharf this morn
ing and began discharging her lumber,
The steamer Klnau after a thorough
oerhaultng and renovation Is on the
boards to sail on her regular route to
morrow at noon.
Some of the meat on the Kimball has
been rejected by the meat Inspector as
unfit for use. Most of It Is liver
brought here from the north.
The bark Edward May took sugar
ballaBt from the Mlkahala this morn
ing. She will sail for Kahulul this
afternoon or early In tho morning, for
tho rest of her cargo.
Tho Noeau, arlrvlng yesterday from
Kniml, brought 1210 sacks of K. 8.
sugar for W. O. Irwin & Co. Sho re
ports sugar on Kauai as follows: K. S,
M SHOO; Mak. C020; O. & R 3900; K.
I'., C000; T. P., 7870; H. M 10.000;
M. S. Co., 13,780; K. S. Co., 0000; a to
tal of 58,100 bags.
Frunclts Murphy's Farewell.
Francis Murphy spoke, at Oahu Jail
Sunday morning, nt tho Y, M, C. A. In
the afternoon and at Kawalahao In the
evening. A largo congregation greeted
tho speaker at tho last named place
and, when the meeting was over, many
there were who walked up and signed
the pledge. Preceding the remarks of
tho evangelist, Messrs. Jas. K. Kaulla
and Franklin H. Austin gpako shortly
on tho subject of temperance.
Mr. Murphy made avery Btrong plea
to tho natives nnd others present and
his remarks were very ably translated
by Hev, S. L. Deshn of Hllo who nr
rleil In the Claudlne on .Saturday.
THIS PAPER IjWS'VSi.i.
Using Agencv. ol ad 6t, Merchants Fx.hjnue, San
Francesco, California, where contracts for advertising
can t-a made lor It.
iiilo Steamer for
Kona and Kau
Hllo, Jan. 22. Progress In the rais
ing of the Kllnuea Hon Is satisfactory
apparently, and the contractor Inform
ed Mr. 11, T. Ouard the agent of the
Matson line, who bought the vessel, h
few days ago, that he had no doubt of
getting her off In tho required lima.
"There Is nothing serious the matter
with the steamer, so far as I know.'
said Mr. Guard to a Tribune repreeen
tatUc. "She will be taken to Hono
lulu and put on the marine1 railway for
a complete examination and necessary
repair. We aro then going to put her
on a route between Hllo nnd Kallua,
In connection with our line of sailing
vessels. This will serve the double pur
pose of Increasing our shipping and
and building up Hllo's mercantile busi
ness. We should be able to get a com
plete cargo for the Kllauea Hon each
way once n week, and there Is a whole
lot of Kona nnd Kau business which
Hllo ought to have, but which now
goes to Honolulu on account of lack of
transportation facilities with Hllo.
Moonlight concerts will be the fea
ture of the band's work this week.
Tuesday and Thursday evenings the
band will play at Thomas Square. Wed
nesday cienlng nt Makec Island. It
will also probably play at the depar
tures of the steamers Sierra and Zeal-
Miss I. Kclllaa will sing nt these
concerts, some old Kngllsh songs. Mrs.
N. Alapal will sing Hawaiian melodies
nnd cornet solos will be rendered by
The performance tonight nt nmma
Square will be the 1901st concert at
that place, and nt Makee Island Wed
nesday evening the concert will be
Tho band played yesterday after
noon at Makee Island. Next Sunday
It will play at the Capitol alternating
each Sunday between these two places.
Hllo Yncht Races.
Hllo, Jan. 23. The Interest In yacht
ing Is being again resurrected, and If
all goes well, a race will be arranged
for Washington's birthday. It has been
some little time since a race has been
sailed under the club rules nnd no time
Is more appropriate for the event than
the 22d. At this time of the year It Is
snfc to predict a good sailing breeze
for most any day, and the boats will
hate a chance to show what they are
made of.. Since the last event, there
has been but one new addition to the
list of boats and this has been secured
by Capt. Fitzgerald. There aro at
present three yachts ready for sail
ing, two of which have each been cup
winners, and from general appearance
the strangers seems perfectly nblo to
look out for herself In tho crowd. TrI
Plensant Informal Dance,
Hllo, Jan. 25. Tho Misses Canarlo
gave a most delightful social affair at
their home on Wednesday evening In
honor of Mr. C. H. Buck and Miss Buck,
who came down on the Santiago for a
trief visit to Hllo and left again by
yesterday's Roderick Dhu. Mr. Buck is
a member of the firm of N. Ohlandt &
Co. in San Francisco. Both Mr and
Miss Buck have proven extremely pop.
ular during their brief acquaintance
with Hllo society, and the many friends
they have made regret their early de
parture for home. Among those pres
ent nt the dance on Wednesday even
ing were: Misses Buck, Bjodorlck,
Eaton, Little, Murphy, Qrubbe, Nick
eus, Sutton; Messrs. Buck, Howland
Hitchcock, Rldgway, Capt. Johnson
Ingalls. Soule, Smith, Kennedy, Boll,
A Drlverles llornc.
A wild runaway of a single horse and
buggy startled the pedestrians on King
at Fort streets last night at 10 o'clock
The rig belonged to tho Club Stables
and the thoroughly frightened horse,
drlverless, came tearing In from the di
rection of the railway depot. He turned
tip Fort on the dead run and dashed
from side to side of that street until
reaching tho Club Stables, the horse
whirled Into tho vacant lot. Here
among drays and buggies the horse
piloted the buggy without a scratch to
the stable door.
Dr. Armltnfje Going Abroad.
Walluku, Jan. 20. Dr. Edward Ar
mltngo leaves Walluku today for Ho
nolulu where he will, meet a patient
whom he Is going to tnko back to her
homo In Norway. Dr. Armltage ex
pects to be away at least bIx months
After leaving his patient in Norway, he
will go to Germany nnd from thero
back to his home In England. Whilo nt
the later place, he Intends to tnko tin
again the special study of eye, ear, and
Zealondla's Next Trip.
The Bulletin 1b Informed by Messrs,
O, W. Irwin & Co., the agents of the
Oceanic Steamship Company, that the
Zealandia is to leave Port Los Angeles
on Feburary 15th, and will arrive In
Honolulu on or about the 23d, No
bookings will be made for cabin pas
sengers from Honolulu to San Francis
co on that voyage of the Zealandia,
Accommodations, however, will be pro
vided for steerage passengers.
Captain Oilbert H. Brokaw of th'o,tug
Fearless has the first license as a pilot
under the American laws Issued by the
Inspectors now here. He Is today tho
only mnn In Honolulu with an Ameri
can license as pilot for tho port of
Honolulu and to sea and return.
'Weather Bureau, Punnhou, January
2S. Temperature Morning minimum,
C6; Midday maximum, 79.
Darometer at 9 a. m. 29.97. Falling.
'Dew Point 62F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. C9 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Jan
uary 2S. Weather clear; wind E.
, Sunday, January 27,
Stmr James Makee, Tullett,.from Ana-
I10I.1: 100 Ives suear. boxes milse
btmr ftiiKan.na. rearrsen. irom Kauai
5100 bags A & D sugar, Alexander it
Baldwin, 15 pkes sundries,
StmrW. G.Hall, Thompson, fromNa
wlllwlll; 4500 bags A sugar, H Hackfeld
& Co; 4) bai taro, 22 hides, 3 sheep
skins, ) pkgs sundries.
Stmr J. A. Cummins, Searle, from
windward Oahu ports.
Gas schr Surprise, Nystrom.from Kau
ai; 450 bags rice.
Gas schr Malolo, from Hanalel.
Monday, January 28.
StmrNoeau, Wyman.from Kauai; 1240
sks sugar for W u Irwin & Co.
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, from Molo
kl with 1728 sks of sugar for W G Irwin
Saturday, January 26.
Am tRtn Harriet G, Warland, for San
Francisco with sugar.
btmr J A Cummins, Searle, for wind
ward Oahu ports.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and way
ports at 12 noon.
Stmr Claudlne, Lane, for Maul ports at
5 n rn
Stmr W G Hall, Thompson, for Kauai
pons at 5 P m.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for Maul
and Hawli ports at to a m.
From Kauai, per stmr Noeau, Jan 28
Mr Kanewanul and daughter anil i2UtCK
From Nawlllwlll. oer stmr W G Hall
Jan 27-Geo N Wilcox. C H Coulson, W
E Deverout, A Weill, Mrs Rankin. Miss
JaneSeharsh. M Phoebe, ur welkin'
sen.' J H Kawal, Mrs Stone, James Koo
malro, Mrs Alice Oplo, K Schatsli and n
From Anahola, per stmr James Makee,
Jan 27 J Glllls and 4 deck.
From Kauai ports, per stmr Mlkala, Jan
27 C Jensen, T Uoronty, Maxwell,
Keves. E Omsted, Anderson, Italvoraey,
From Maul ports, per stmr Maul, Jan
27 K Ito, K Takakl, J Ahulll, wife and
two children, Mrs vt jestisanacniid. Mrs
Renter. A Douse, wife and rhilJ. Awana.
S Hocking, Miss Chamberlain. Miss Hart
H U Uveiiden, H I Laxe, H M Aimy an
wife. Bishop of PanopolK W-H Cornwell,
M Fernandes and two children. C Yak
Fam; H T Gilbert, H Kamualll, Dr E Ar
mltaee. W J Faulkener. Mrs R P Hose
and two children. W A Smith and wife,
Miss Smith, P J Walsh, F Somtrfield. H
V I revenen. m K. KeonoKaioie. Mrs uecK
and daughter and 41 deck.
Per K S S John S Kimball, for San
Francisco, Jan 28 Mi and Mrs C F
Green, Caleb Windsor.
Touched at Kahulul.
The American shto Charmer, after a
long voyage of sixty-four days from the
Sound, entered the cort of Kahulul on
Saturday morning. At tile time, there
was a suit w no Diowine ana me vessel
was well In when boarded by Pilot Bob
Seeing that she was In some danger, the
pilot, as soon as he boaieed the Charmer,
ran lorwara ana oraerea me mate to ici go
This officer notknowlnz the pilot, re
fused to obey the order and, the pilot
realizing under the circumstances, he
would be responsible If the vessel eround
ed while he was aboard, started Uleae
the Charmer. However the captain de
talned him ana Issued orders to let go the
Just as the hooks were let go, the ship
hit the rocks but luckily did not stick.
She struck twice in swinging around at
anchor but was finally waved to a place
of safetv. At the time tne steamer maul
left' Kahulul, was not known If the
Charmer had received serious damage.
To Bail In Sierra.
There will be a big crowd of passengers
from this port In the steamer Sierra, due
to sail for San Francisco tomorrow. If
she arrives on time she will have made
up two days between Sydney and this
port as she left the Colonies two days be
hind schedule time. The following per
sons are so tar booked: J. b. Lewis, Mrs.
F. K. A d'lcn. Wm. McCashln. Miss C
Haskins, Msater A. Felter, VV. R. Waters,
wife and 2 children, H. T. Buckley, 11. L.
Hush, Lucy Gulnajso, Mrs. N. L. fenny,
Mrs.ivY. H. Ballev and Miss Ballev. A.
tojng, W. R. Spauldlng, Judge Sterns
am wire. M. uretn, n. i. James, w .
Castle, Jr., T. D. Smith, S. Ple-er, Mr,
and Mrs. B. M. bolmon, E. L. Lewis, K,
S. B ewiter. Miss E. Learz. Or. E. E,
Betnun, G. VV. Gardner, C. P. Baugh-
man, U. L. Uochant. Miss b. May, A. U.
Williams, ueo. rearce, J. b. Holland, in,
E. Cramer, Mrs. W. Porter Boyd, Mrs,
e ts, u. ..-i. - " is; u.-n a
s-. ST. iriauaiiaiic, v. v iiuu&Mm. n.
W. Judd, Mrs. B. J. Zabrlskle, I'. Phil
lips, Judge bllllman, 1. McCrossin, Mrs
J. b. Murphy, E. J. Cotton.
Miss Richardson Asks Transfer.
'Walluku. Jan. 20. Miss Rowenn K
Richardson of the Walluku Union
school, has asked to bo transferred to
Lahalna school, to Oil the vacancy
caused by the resignation of Mrs. Hay-
selden, the mother of Deputy Sheriff
A. N, Hnysclden, who proposes to move
to Walluku to live with her son and
Change of Timet
The Bteamer Zealandia will sail for
San Francisco at noon on Thursday In
stead 'Of at 4 p. m. Mall closes at the
lxistofflce at 11 a, m. J-
Ben Rice formerly oiler In-the Mauna
Loa has accepted a position with Cation
Nell & Co.
The ship Star of Russia arrived at Ka
anapall on Thursday with a cargo of roal
from the Sound.
The steamer Lehua arrived yesterday
from Molokal with 1728 bags sugar for
VV. G. Irwin & Co. which Is being put
Into the Zealandia,
The Kimball leaving this afternoon for
San Francisco bywa. or Kahulul will
have as passengers: Caleb Windsor and
Mr. and Mrs. Green.
The crow of the Falls of Garry quit
work yeiterday almost. In a body. The
vessel will finish dfschvg'ng this week
and go to the Sound to load lumber for
Aiu I toil tolnmn will ti tmtrltJ, j
It ttntt j hut oni inurtioni flf ttntt hva
tnutlionf to unit out wttk, s ttntt two frwai,
and 60 ttntt cm moult. J tit it tot tbtotttt iJvtf
llttnt tttr offttid let ptoptt if Honolulu.
STENOGRAPHER Wl I II SPARE TIME DURINC
business horns desire to attend to another
firm's correspondence at a rermtnth
n . iiuiieun omca
BARGAINS IN JEWELkY-rcu can get them at
M.I.LICAS, mj Hotel St. Fine Engraving
and enameling dona , .. ..H.lfr6i
NOTICE TO BfllDEUS-Tria Union Einress Co
has WHITE SAND FOR -SALE null
WANTED To rent si to to horse power boiler,
Apply VINCENT and BELTER. n(8-i
fjFFICE Clerk Tipewrltets, Luna ani Plsntatlon
v Help. AiKiroun,
1 1 fANTED-An assistant In th office it large retail
VV store. Good and rap d handwriting eaperlenct
(If any) and salary required to
747-jl invoice outLcnn wrnce.
Want:dpositionsYor cood reliable
WANTED Boy of li years as errand bovand
TV ht mechanic a heln
FEMALE Help, any nationality, While Help a spec
CAITIIFUL JAPANESE, understands Entllsh,
r wants position as luna or salesman In store. Ad
dress Yasu. Bulletin offire mi-iv
YOUNU MAN. stenographer and trewilter, at
once. Address "A N." Bulletin Office.
WANTFD WATCHES to repair by eeler of js
years experience. Just received a fine I he of
novelties. 0 DIETZ. tt Nuusnu St iro8-tf
W M F. LUCAS, ios Hot. St.
THb OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM
Oysters served n the shell onlv Try his
famous Ham and Fgg Sandwiches and Coffee. Cor
Nuuanu and Hue' streets, WM. I UCAS, Proprietor.
OLD PAPERS TO EXC1I sNGE for clean Cot
ton Rags Appply at Bulletin Office nftg-tf
FOR RENT-Nely furnished rooms on Fort St.
opposite Star Block. iT4Ww
COR RENT A cotage stxti, romer Kawatahao
' nnj 1.00k streets. Aprly itoion, uisnop uank,
HOUSES TO, LET and rurnlture for sale In all
parts of the! city ATKINbON. Ala toon Bid.
NEWLY F 'RNISHEn ROOMS with good board
thome cooking) Call a corner of Wilder ave
nue and Makikl St Terms reasonab a. teei-tw
TO LETPeslrabl house of f rooms, bath, good
location, lust finished. Rent fee so monthly.
Apply UCAR LANSING & CO , Judd Building.
TO LET Sefton Mouse, well furnished rooms with
b.ard. Young St . near PilkoU is)6-imo
HOUSE TO RENT on the corner of Maklkl and
Wilder Aenues Apply on premises ttsl'im
TO RENT Furnished room. Garden Lane, Enquire
of Mrs. McConnel, off Union atreet, No. g Garden
A SPAN of thoroughbred bay horses, 6 and years
" years old t also a first-class Studebaker surrey
and set nt single and double harness. Apply to If.
M Motl-Smllh, room sco, Judd Building. If40-iw
PR ALE-A large upwrlghtWm. Khabe Piano,
chrao cood a new. Can ba seen at Mre.
Wheelers, ire Vineyard St. jt-tl
FOR SALE Fine furniture of room cottage A
bargain. C mttrte Can rent cnttare nt
location. Address ''fiiRNlTURrr-uulietln office. 46-11
FOR SALE-Cholca Fruit Trees from Floilda, con
sisting of Peaches. Pears. Plums. Anrlrnis.
Apples, Japanese persimmons. Mulberries. Etc.. of
kinds grown by Florida growers and most I kelr to
fruit In this climate Address Byron O. Clark, man
ager Clark Farm. Wablawa. Oahu. ,s.6-ew
COR SALE CIIEAP-One square piano. In rood
r order at the office of DR. J. M. WHITNEY. 44-11
FOR SALE Florida Peach Trees an) Cocos Wed
dellana. Apply S. W. JORDAN.
H4-tf i Fort St.
oft YEAR LEASE Chinatown, rental only J 10 a
U month. P. H. numette, w King St.
HOUSE AND TWO LOTS-K.lul.nl Tract only
Sl.soo. P. H Durnette, )a King St.
I OTS Karlol.nl, on easy terms. P. II, Burnetts,
UOUSE AND LOT-Puunul.
very cheap P. II.
Burnett., 10 King St.
HOUSE AND LOT-Asylun Road, near King.
H. Burrene. to King ht
FOR SALE One each sty -4 and 6 horsepower
MIITJ ft UtlSS KEROSENE OIL EXOINES. (new)
Inquire of J. Emmeutth. 141 King St. iiii-tf
;OR SALF A few Imported milch cows.
J. M. VIVAS.
COR SALE Cheap, s family mart, harness and an
s open buggy. Apply to
so6 Merchant St.
COR SALE-A large down town Warehouse. A
centrally located Lodging House and cottage.
Business Property In heart of city residence property.
HENRY WATEHHOUSE it CO. ,6o,.
FOR SALE OR REtsT-A acre Lot In Nuuanu
Valley, with Large House and Several Cottages.
HENRY WATERHOUSb ft CO. i6o,.tl
THE best cent cigar In town Is tha "COLONEL'
to N had at lha Myrtle Cigar Store next to Or-
pn.um. aii Kings or iw.nna cigars a specialty
PR SALE Sroo. Futnlture of vroomed cottage
near town, with orlvlleee of renting- etttavm.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE ft CO..
-S4000. M Leasehold on Queen street.
Julu fron Works. .4 ve.r. fa run.
s near Honolulu Iron Works.
splendid starcnout Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, ft CO..
aoo Merchant street
Band at Emma Square.
The band will play the following pro
gram at Emma Square tonight:
Overture Hungarian Beta
Grand Selection II Trovatore. . .Verdi
Cornet Solo Culvert Polka
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
(a) Our Honolulu Queen,
(b) Just One Qtrl.
Miss J. Kelilaa.
(c) Poll Pumehane.
U) Main 1 ka Ao.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Medley German Airs (by request)
Waltz Morning Papers Strauss
Qavotte Wolcome Klusa
Galon Vlvat (by request) Klkoft
Tho Star Spangled Danner.
The Evening HuDetln.
75 centi per
A meetlns nf the Stockholders of THE
nDDUCMU rr 1 rn ...in k. 1 ,j
UIWIH.UH1 ..w,. uiu will lc nciu ai
the office of the Kaplolanl Kstate on Fri
day, r-eDruary 1st, at 2 p.m.
A full attendance Is requested.
!749-4t - P'esldent.
Lodge Le Progres Del'Oceanie
No. 124, A. & A. S. RITE.
THERE WILL BE A REGULAR
meetlne of the above lodce at 7no o'clock
THIS (MQNDAY) EVENING, at Its
nan, masonic 1 em pie.
TRANSACTION OF BUSINESS.
Members-of Hawaiian Lodee No. 21 and
Pacific Lodee N 1 821 and all solournin?
brethren are cordially Invited to be present
By order of the W. M.
E. B. FRIEL,
1 FIRST TO
The MZEALAND1A" brought us a shipment of
E. O. HALL
Hall Building, Corner
Jas. F. Morgan
11 OS QuDcn gtreot
TUESDAY, JAN. 29TH,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen St., I will sell
at Public Auction
100 Boxes of
EX S. S. "ZEALANDIA"
Jas. F. Morgan,
For Sale !
On view at my salesroom, 65 Queen
Street, are TWO FINE PIANOS, one Is a
Kimball, the other a German piano. Any
one wishing a fine Instrument should not
lose this opportunity for getting one at a
very low price.
Jas. F. Morgan.
fi - .
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.,
HOUSE WITH LOT,.6o ft. by 200
ft. Hduse contains six rooms,
lanai, bath-room, clothes closets,
and china closet. Built entirely of
Nor'west anJ almost new.
HOUSE LIKE THE FIRST, with
lot Co ft. by 120 ft.
LOTS WITHOUT HOUSES.
High ground. Excellentnelghbor
hood. Near both new and old car
lines. Large trees. ' s
Inquire of C. BOLTE,
10 Merchant Street, or of
1740-tf Pensacola Street.
ARRIVE ! !
AND GENTS f
& SON, Ltd., j
Fort and King Streets.
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Reef. Mnttnn
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothlnz better to be had. W.
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon. Halibut. Trout. Sttirwon
Sole, Smelt, Shid, Cam, Rock Cod, Sea
oass, v-rawnsn, iraos, Etc.
DTttllTDV IMrtniuc T.t... 4-5 -
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS Hams. Bacon. Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves Feet and
BUTTER. Ezzs. Cheese. PIcIcIm. Chnur.
chow, Sauer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Grapes
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTERS Fancv. laree or sm.ill. In
shell or cans.
Hardly a thing that you could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 219.
While putting new fixtures In
your bath-room, at least
Design nnd prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
, Careful Attention given to
AND MERCHANT STS.
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE, INSTALLMENT PLAN,
BUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE 25 IT WILL PAY YOU TO
,0 BUY FOR CASH. .
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
' AT THE
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERETANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
S. W. LEDFRER,
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