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KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY. FED. 6, 1901.
Furniture Being Sold
Tlio nuctloneer wns busy nil day
yestcrda pollshliiK up ho fnrnlliiro.it
(he olil Dowsett lioincstiMil In Kjp..
lama, prcparator) to liie Rilo toiliy
The arliiiis plwcs that ioiiI I ! con
cnlentl) moved were placed In mlwin
Of lonrse, the main object of Mer
est to the many people who trudsod nut
In the. mud and rain yisterdi 'o nmkt
thdr ealculatlons as -to what they
wished to buy, was the display of lioa
furniture. Perhaps the most h mJHome
piece Is n large four posted bod broad
enough to hold three people confoit
ably. Another piece Is one of the oM fish
loncd low m.isslic beds siM lo have
been at one time, the property of Ka
mchameha V. Hcsldcg th?ij are ki
settees, chairs, small tables, w.mlrotici
and tho like but illsappolntmen' on all
sides was expressed for It was suprxscd
that there would be more koa funiltiiro
for sale. However, the articles tl'.nt
wire dlsplajcd are In fine condition
and with a little work In tho 1'nc of
polishing, the bujers will find llif-m-sehes
In possession of sone .iliiabl"
Near! nil the koa pieces nrj con
fined to the mnuka wins of the home
but there nre some In the cottage such
Bs a library chairs, tables and d"sKs
The parlor l filled with modern .'a--nlture.
in the dining room Is n great
display of dishes, slh.V tumblers, w'np
glasses and the like Perhaps the mojt
alnable article In the room Is the 1.1'pe
koa book case filled with hundreds of
alunb1o books of reference and other"
that were used by the late .las. I Do.
cctt This rase was brought down fiom
the room upstairs that was occupied by
The fernery Just at IJie entrance to
the house was a place very much fie
quented by the ladles cstcrday. Some
of the maiden hair ferns nrc amnni; the
er largest that haic been seen In
Honolulu While the arlety Is not
er great still the Individual ferns are
certainly worth noting.
Street Cur Collided.
A head end collision of street cars In
Honolulu would appear to be one of
the last things possible to hnppen. Not
so, however, for cars Nos. 28 and 19,
heavily loaded with passengers, crash
ed Into each other last evening at a
switch on Ilcrctanla near Emma
street. One car was waiting. As the
other rolled by It Jumped the frog and
there was a consequent crash of glass
and screaming of passengers. No one
was hurt. Tho cars were side tracked
at the barn for repairs.
The undersigned Krone's will c'ose at
noon on FrIJiv, February 8. on iccount of
the Queen Vktorla memorial services.
MAY .V CO.,
LEWIS & CO..
i757-t SALTER & WAIfY.
Th- undersigned, J. Alfred igoon and
Fnnk E. Thompson, have thl div enter
ed Into a co pirtnerhlp 'or the prjctke of
law In -ill courts ef the Terrltorv of Hawaii
un'er the tirm lume of Macoon & Thomp
son. I. ALFRED MAGOON.
FRANK E THOViPbOV,
Februiry (ith, loot. I7s7-lt
Election of Officers.
The fo'loulng w ere elected officers and
managers of the PACIFIC CLUB at tht
annual meeting on Feb. 4, looi:
A. S. Cleghorn President
Sain'l Parker vIce-Presldent
Edgir HalsteaJ Secretary
J G. Spencer Ireasurcr
W. K Allen Auditor
Dr. C. U. Cooper, )
V. L. Stanley, Manager
G. R. Carter. j
Election of Officers.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
Board of Officers were elected at the An
nual Meeting of C. BREWER & CO.,
(LTD.) held this day, to serve for the en
suing year, viz :
Chas. M. Cooke, President
Geo. II. Robertson,.
Vice-President and Mv'age"
E. F. Bishop, ... Sec. and Treas.
Col. W. F. Allen Auditor
P. C, Jones, Esq . 1
H. Waterhouse. Esq V Directors.
Geo. R.Carter, Esq. J
E. F. BISHOP,
Dated Honolu'u, Feb. 0, 1901. I757-2W
IN HONOR OF
HER LATE MAJESTY
. WILL BE HELD
On Friday Next,
AT !t O'CLOCK l. M.
IN KAVYAIAIIAO CHURCH,
They Wanted Report
of Dr. J. H. Raymond
The Independents deny tho story
published In yesterday's Advertiser tu
tho effect that President Haymond stat
ed to the successful candidates of th
party Monday nftcinoou that he had
recommended In his report to Oovernur
Dole the discontinuance of the Iloi
(If Health nml the appointment, of i
Health Commission th the place of tint
body. The) say they were up to ses
Dr Hn.imoncl simply to ask questions
as to actual happenings In the work of
the Hoard. They did ask for the report
and were very much put out becausa
they were not allowed a copy tf It
Their Intention Is to get as much mat
ter as possible In shape for the Legist.)
litre so that when tho session opens
there will be no time wasted.
One of the most prominent of the
Independents wns seen todnv and this
Is what he had to say: "There liai
been much said about the radical
measures we are going to take whi-n
wo get Into rtie Legislature. Well,
that's all bosh We are simply golu?
In to do the best we know how for tho
people. Wo want to give them t
chnnce now. We asked for the report
of the President of tile tloird of Health
In good faith with an Idea of preparing
ourselves beforchard '-"'I' nj ! "
forced to crowd things when we meet.
If the Governor's consent must be ob
tained before we can have the report
then of course we will be forced to
wait. It Is only n very short time now
to the sitting of the Legislature and I
should think that officials would be
anxious to give us the Information we
THE OIIEATEST WEALTH 13
Many n rich mnn suffering nnd sick
would give all his wealth for tho re
turn of good health. Rich and poor
can keep healthy If they ply' atten
tion to nature's warnings of approach
ing disease. If your liver Is sluggish.
If you feel dull .drowsy or Inactive; If
your heart doesn't pump right, palpi
tates, thumps, sometimes vlgorous'y,
nnd sometimes faintly; If your bowels
aro Inactive, or overactive; It your
stomach falls you; It your kidneys fall
to act naturally; your health Is threat
ened; but there Is still help for you it
you will take Klckapoo Indian Sagwa.
You must act qutckely. DIseaso Is pro
gressive; you must stop It nt once.
Klckapoo Indian Sagwa will do It.
Hobron Drug Co., agents for Klckapoo
Miss Haskins who leaves by
the " Sierra." begs to announce
to her friends and patrons, that
her returns to the Islands will
depend upon her mother's
condition on whose account
SI12 is goinp to the Coast
If possible she will return at
m early date lo tesume her
work in the photographic field
She takes thU occaion to
thank all wio have shown such
kindly appreciation ot her ef
forts while hee, and hopes in
event of her return to meiit a
continuance of same
Should any of her patrons
req -ire duplicates from any ol
negatives, Air. Melvin who has
charge of the Photo depart
ment of King Bros. Gallery
will attend to them
Mvstle Ixxlcn No. 2. K of P. meets
tonight In Castlo Hull. Tort street.
SAMUEL MCKEAGUE, ESQ., has
this day been appointed keeper of Powder
Magazine for the City of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, vice W. T.
J. A MC-ANDLESS,
Stipe, of Public Works.
Public Works Dept.,
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1001. 1757 3t
Sealed tenders will be received at the
office of the Commissioner of Agriculture
and Forestry until Thursday Febiuary 7,
at 12 o'clock noon, for the printing and
binding of the Annual Report of the Com
missioner for the period ending December
All Information can be obtained from
the Commissioner, who does not blnJ
himself to accept the low est or any bid.
Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry.
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
Weather Uurenu, Punahou, February
3. Temperature Morning minimum,
CO; Midday maximum, 75.
Barometer at 9 n in. 29.58. Irregular.
Dew Point C3P.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 79 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. Feb
ruary C Weather squally; wind
Tht Mauna Loa will begin taking freight
The S. N. Gistle and Mary E. Foster
are u altlng for sugir at the railroad wharf.
The lattice work In the clock tower of
Kawalaha? church was demolished by the
high wind last night.
Not since plague time has theie teen
a general tying up of shipping as venter
day a d today, this on account of lough
VcbrcIr to Sail.
The following vessels are waiting for
the weather to moderate: Str. W. G.
Hall, Thompson, for Kauai; str Claudlne,
Parker, for Maul; str. Lehua, Bennett, for
Molokal; str. Klnau, Freeman, for Hawaii;
str. Iwal.nl, Gregory, for Mamakua; str.
Noeau, Wvman, for Kauai; schr. Surprise,
for Kauai; schr. Concord, Sam. for Paaul
lo; chr. Malolo, Nelle', for Konlau;,chr.
Mllle Morris, for Koo'au; schr KawalUnl,
Mo-es, for Koolau; bk. Kalulanl, Uabel,
for ban Francl-co; str. Mauna Loa, Slmer
cn, for Kona an I K.iu
Custom House Men
And The Chinamen
Notwithstanding tho recent opinion
by Attorney Oeneral flrlggs rogardlns
the citizenship of certain Chinese, alt
cdcstlnls look alike to the customs ofTI
They nio In the ery snmo position
ns regat ds landing nnd sureties on en
try bonds as they were before the opin
ion was rendered nnd, until Collector
Stnckable Is officially notified by Ills
department of the opinion of the At
torney General. Chinese will be trcatel
ns under the treisury department rul
ing made some time ago nnd which
denies that Chinese who were Hawa
iian citizens beforo nnncxntlnn. be
came citizens of the United States by
Urtue of the Organic Act.
Collector Stackable said this morn
ing that, as far ns he was offlchlly
concerned, ho knew of no reason whv
he should change tho rules. He ban
not been notified nnd.untll he rcceleJ
instructions, he would hno to act In
regard to the Chinese ns he had been
doing In the past.
CALLED ON THE EDITOR
The uncle of one of the oung ladles
referred to In nn editorial In tho lie
publican of this morning, called at the
editor's ofTIco between 10 nnd 11 n. m.
nnd demanded nn apology In tomor
row morning's paper. Mr 0111 stated
that he did not see anything In the
edltmlnl which could possibly give
offense. The caller Insisted on nn npnl
ogy nid Mr. 0111 noticing evidence of
an nttempt nt nssault. took measure
to difend himself. This ended the lit
tle unpleasantness Mr 0111 will take
no further steps unless tho caller it
tempts to call him to personnl nrcnunt
In nn Interview today. Mr. 0111 had
the following to say "If 'there had
been nn thing nt nil that might haxoln
nny way been Injurious to any of the
parties mentioned in my edltorlnl
headed, "Ilewnrc. She la Tooling Thee,"
I would be the first ono to mend mat
ters; but the whole thing wns done In
n Jest nnd I defy an) one to pick out n
thing In It that might prove Injurious
to niivnno referred to An npology
was demanded of mo and, seeing no
cause for one. I refused. Then the
man who called In here and wlmw '
not know, attempted to assault me, 1
took occasion to defend myself ns any
one would do. Tho mnn weighed nv"
two hundred pounds so thero wasn't
very much use for mo to think about
CO. a HIGH JINKS.
The members of Co. It held their an
nual meeting and high Jinks last
evening at their rooms In tho drill
shed. The first part of the ovenlng was
devoted to company matters, aftur
which the doors were thrown open to
tho members nnd their friends. Every
body present dropped all formality ind
proceeded to enjoy themselves to tho
During tho evening, light refresh
ments wero served nnd theso vvero
washed down with numerous drlnku
prohibition nnd otherwise. Several ot
those present entertnlned tho guests
with selections and, taken as n whole,
tho affair was thoroughly enjoyed.
AutomohllcH In March.
Manager L. T. Orant of tho Automo
bile Co. btatcs Unit tho automobiles
will be running on tho streets of Hono
lulu nbout tho middle of March. Mat
ters In connection with tho company
are being rushed along so that, by, tho
time mentioned, everything will bo In
ship shape form.
Mr. Grant further stated that he will
put tho hacks on tho streets first but
that he will have other rigs for rent.
These latter will nlways be a-com-panled
by a driver unless tho manage
ment Is satisfied that the parties who
apply for the automobiles ao com
petent to run them themselves.
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household yvord nnd "will
you have ft glass of Seattle," Is mora
often beard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap cr
BJp ft ttmtl J Itnt en tnnrtiont at etnti turt
tutitUint' to refill cm wttk, 40 ttwti two umki,
and 60 tints ont montt, 7 tit it tbt tbftttt Jtr
Hunt vtr offittd tbt fitvplt ef Honolulu.
THE PARTNERSHIP exlMlnjr tauten T J ReHly
1 ft J N HeiryhrntMi Jav Jhsoheiby
mutual con en', T J UtUy continuing tht builnes.
Honolulu, JV-rutfv i ioij itjt tt
POSITIONS for Ptl.flHe H p Attlrnon, Migoon
UuiUInK, Merchant M
J Hufne hou s desires lo attend tn inotrte
firm's correvponJente at Jjj per mtnih AJJress K.
H,IIuntln office i?nlf
DAROAtNS IN JEWELRY-voj can pet them at
m.r-. liia:, oj notei t,
anJ enameling done.
OTICE TO RIULDERS-The Union Express Co
naa wmicsAnu i-uk alb ijin
WANTEO-Your ptumNn to do. by a practical
p'umNr All work guaranteed. J.N Shaftr
tt) Queen St nearAlakea. ttjT tm
ANTED-SeconJhani Wl thlre or McNeal &
Urban safe. AjjreP O unxjtG. iw
AN EXPERT BOOK-KEEPER would like a set of
bokt to keeo evenlnes Address Hook-keerer'
this office. ,. ?$'iw
WANTED A competent salesman wliti knowledge
of dry goods Good ittiry to right party.
Address, stating references. 'A B C" this office.
ANTED-tTooJ ttcaiv toy llh Hcyel. to ct t
in.ijicns.r .nd m.K Mmti-lf r.nriltv uifful
In il.rr, ifrly lo llirt & Co, Ui Ttt feme Ice
Crv.m Parlor. twit
A OOOD UHV.GOOOS SALESMAN call t.lor.
i.m to.morrow, R. W iklnscn, room n,
RELI ' EJ..D uppllcintllrof 'any riftinnrrrrm.'tnt
or te-rr.r.ry. Magottn Illi , Alrrch.nt ni
lANTtD A mi of No . lo writ, up to ennon.
vv AJlrc " K M ' tM olBca i..l
WANTlD-WATCHESlo r.r.lrby Jet.r cl 11
ye.ri xrrl.nc. Q DIETZ. .irNuu.nuSl
WANTEP-A fir5l-cl.in brt-M Arply C. Mol
Icno, Mrrclunl St . no.r Frt. Hjt-iw
WANTED TO REN -llnux ol 6 or room,
(f.nlr.n woulj fuv lurnltur. ' I K." lull.lln
Oltlc, ITS -iw
YOUNO MAN, ii.noeurlxr nl lr.rlt.r, .1
once. AJIreu "A N" Bulletin Office;
UANrED-ENORAVINO ND ENAMELINO
W M f. LUCAS. o Hotel Si. iMi
XIIC OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oyster, served n th. shell only Try his I
f.mntii ll.m and hw S.ndwlrhet .ni CTnff. fTnr
Nuuanu .nd Hle' streets WM LUCAS, Proprietor.
ID PAPERS TO EXCIMNGE lor clean Cot-
ton Hags Appplv.t Bulletin Offic. lfroll
TO LET-Furnlshe1 room. 3 Deretanta St ,
pslte Central Un on church. it)
COR RENT-rurnUhed room,
1481 Nuuanu street
DART OF OFFICE FOR RENT FURNISMED
' Business centre ATKINSON. MOOONn t n
OR Rt'NT lurnlshed room with or wi'tmut board
In private family Apply 198 Beretanla St. st-tf
:OR RENT A cottage tlxftt. rorner Kawalahao
nnd Cook streets. Aptly Ho Ton Bishop Bank,
PROPERTY AT WAIALUA FOR LEASE-Four
lots at Wi lalua, just oppoiltt U alalua Hotel, oo
xiot, are offer d lo lease s'nglvor at a wh-le. For
particulars Apply to Mrs E. Kekaanlau Prat, icSr
Pun hbol Si. it5si mo
FOR RENTi rooms for light house-keeping, 18
pel month At Insane Asylum Road. F. Sirauch
FOR RENT-Severa1new6 room cottages at Insane
Asylum road $6 per month. Fanny Strauch.
PR RENT Furnished rooms for gentlemen. In
quire at No. 4 North Vlnejara st , near Nuuinu
rO LET Sefton House, well furnished rooms with
' b iard Young St , near Pllkol. mJ-imo
OUSETO RENT on the corner of Maklkland
llder Avenues Apply on premises ni8im
TO RENT I urn'shed room, CirJtn tane Fnqulre
of Mrs. McConnel, off Union street. No 9 Garden
Lane i63 tf
FO ALE--Pore Plymouth ck Rnns'e s for al
from good stoik Apply T C WI L, Haftalj
Hawa I ,'",t
COR SALE-Brdroom Set and Kl ch-n Table al
1 most new f) im Atply this oitice, ' S fj v-tf
prbinkNcT: imioplutv i oh sauh
X Liicatltmthe test. In Nuuanu Valli comer tf
Judi and Lllfha streets I he b Suhr premle m
sfsi ng of about lour acres of 'and coered with biu
tltullan trees an 1 rlants A sonprdldreUenre
tw j ol at', cmplete barn and servanl qutirtm
Alllltrst l.cnnt'tlnn or furtlhr Pi'-culiri
ppiv to HAWAIIAN THUST X INVEST
MINT CO., LIU. Tiflephnne 184 K.9I n
ALI On Emma sfiet i r im cnttaw fur-
nthttl (itnnlf. k.inl fv flnmHiu ttirniiirtKiiit
For particulars arpt o Chis h 1 tre room 6
Al a goon Block, Ala kea and Merchini Sis H5ft f
HOUSE & LOT, right In town, only $i8jo. I1 H
Uumett jo. Kln; St
HOUSr k LOT Wilcox trad, new hsue lot 6ox
iro, rnlyfjoco. terms easy, P H Birnette, l
POR SALE OR LEASE-A dwelling house, cT.t
1 tag and lot, centrally located wlihln fie blocks
of the pu iffir: lot7xijj kuitibli f r Doctors or
)entit office and dwelling, of fora business kca
tlod Rent $100 per month Apply to (jEAR, LAN
SING & CO i-ii-tt
A SPAN of thoroughbred bay Iiort, 6 and 1 ears
yiars old : also a first-class Studebaker surrey
nj set or single ana douNe nirncss Apr y f H
M Mott'mim room too, Judd Hulldlng 1719-iw
FOR SALE-A large upwrlghtWm. Knabe Piano
cheap, good a new Can te seen at Airs
Wheelers, ju Vineyard St 11-tf
POR SALE-Cholce Truit Trees from Florida, con-
slitlni? of Peaches. Peari Plums. Arrlti.lt
Apples, Japanese persimmons, Mu'btrrlct. tic, of
kinds grown bv Florlla growers and most I kelv to
fruit tn this climate Address Byron O. Clark, man
ager Clark Farm. Wablawa Oahu. it46-w
FOR SALE-FbriJi Peach Trees ant Cocus WcJ
dellana. Apply S W. JORDAN.
iT4i' ie Fort Si
on YEAR LEASE-Chlnatown, ren'al only i
4J monfi P H Burreite, )o King St.
OUE AND TWO LOTS-Kalulanl Tract, only
,,, r. 11 uurneiiCf 19 Mnr 31
FOR SALE-One earn 1U-4 and 6 horsepower
MIET2 & WTISS KCUOSENE OIL ESOIM-S, (new)
Inquire of J E.MMEIUTH, it King St it'H
COR SALF-A few Imported milch cows
FOR SALE Cheap, 1 family mare, harness and an
open buggy. Apply to
106 Merchant St
THE best scent cigar In town It (he "COLONEL'
to be had at the Myrtle Cigar Store next to Or
rntum ui mnaa or wanna cigars a specially
pOR SALE $soo. Futnlturt of j-roomed cottage
ui town, wnii privilege ui ceniin? ccuace,
WILLIAM SAVIUGE i CO..
k6 Merchant St.
PR SALE T4000 Leasehold on Queen t reel,
near Honolulu Iron Works .4 years to run,
SplendM Warehouse Location
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO .
.ofi Merchant street
MATE 8ANDSTR0M HURT.
.Second mate Sanrtstrom of tho Man
ila Loa, wan ory batlly hurt nt Honu
apo on Sunday last. Ho was down In
tho hold attending to his regular du
ties when a sling of boxes fell ori him,
ono of them Btrlklng him tn tho heal
nnd knocking him senseless. Ho su.u
picked up by the men and taken to his
i abln. Upon the arrival of tho steamer
hero yesterday morning, Sandstroni
was removed to tho Queen's hospital.
Ho Is getting along very nicely.
Cargo of CoTpii.
The cargo of copra brought hero by
tho schooner Twilight rtlll bo shipped
lo tho Coast In tho bark Albeit. Tho
Tnlllght will soon be advertised for
salo but the Balo will not tnko place bo
foro tho lGth, (t then It Is oxpected
that tho owners will bo heard from by
B. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
Jas. F. Morgan
OS Queen tttrecl
. . . .AND SUGAR
THURSDAY, FEBRYARY 7,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street I will
sell at Public Auction a large quantity of
Jas. F. Morgan,
DOORS, SASH & BLINDS
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen St,, I will
sell at Public Auction a large assortment of
all sizes of
Inside and Outside Blinds
Sash and Doors.
Jas. F. Morgan,
ON THURSDAY, FEB. 7,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroim, 65 Queen St., I will
sell at Public Auction a choice selettlon of
Parlor, bedroom and kitchen, toRether
with STOVLS, RUGS, URUSHES, CIGARS,
IMCTURLS, MIRRORS, ETC., ETC.
Jas. F. Morgan,
FOR 1901 !
J he Hawaiian News Co.
Ltd., have on exhibition
their stock of OFFICE AND
POCKET DIARIES. Call early
and make your selection.
, MERCHANT ST.
HOUSE WITH LOT, 5o ft. by 200
ft. . House contains six rooms,
lanai, bath-room, clothes closets,
and china closet. Built entirely of
Nor'west and almost new.
HOUSE LIKb THE FIRST, with
lot 60 ft. by 120 ft.
LOTS WITHOUT HOUSES.
High firound. b.cellit neighbor
hood. Near both new and old far
lines. Large trees.
Inquire of C BOL1E,
19 Merchant Street, or of
1 740-lf Pensacola Street.
ARRIVE ! f
brought us a shipment of
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MlLLLR & LUX'S Prime Beef. Mutton
Pork anJ Veal. The Standard Meat of
the Coast. NothlnR better to be had. W
are Sole Arjents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Shid. Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.Oeese,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard.
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED .MEATS-Hams, Bacon, Saus
age, freh everv div. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. AIo Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet ard
UUTTLN. Eggs, Cheese. Pickles, Chow
chow, Siuer Kraut. Appl s, Pears Grapes
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTLUS Fancy, large or small, In
shell or cans.
Hardlv 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 and prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
AND MERCHANT STS
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLAIENT RAN,
RUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE 25 IT WILL PAY YOU TO
""" UUY FOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERETANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
P. O. BOX 5J5. S. W. LEDfRER, (