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EVENIKO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., FniDAY, FKBRUAIIY IB, 1901.
A Grand Reduction Sale
SWEEPING 25 PER CENT REDUCTION SALE OF
Millinery Giodw Trimmed Hats
Silk Shirt Wulsts Ltice 'He , ,
Four In Hands lJclts, Corsets, Etc.
These goods are siil genuine bargilng, anJ,u.lll.prove themselves so on
Investlgitlon. These goods must be dlspowdVif to make room (6r"if hand-
some new stock of bprlng Uoods.
The MISS M. E. K1LLBAN CO., Ltd.
ARLINGTON IILOSK. HOTIiL 8TIIEET.
For Additional SMpitng Nwi Mventh page
VQij. in f.Vff eoluimn witl it initriti
JOfcf ttnli tin em mttrlionj 1$ etnlt tw
ttttint; J ttttlt out tot?, 40 ttnti two tAi,
m4 r) ttntt 'cut mtntb, 7 bit it Ibt ttiatett dvtr
ifint tvtf oftrtJ Ibt ptcplt tf Honrluim.
I FIRST TO ARRIVR ! ;
The "ZEALANDlA" brought us a shipment of
IF YOU WISH TO BETTER YOUR POSITION
im R. V Atklnftn( Select Employment Bureau
vtapoon 1 j tin j ng, Aiwnini ai.
1ANTtO-PAWTNfW WITH Jier.oo IN
v MUNlfrifJ filing business, orf.eo will
Ml mi to frothed thtuest irf nw. Alii
II oo 1.6
wot k Bulletin Offifft.
CTFMXjRAl'llfcR Willi SPRE TIME UURINCl
w business hours drtres to attenj to 11 not he
firm c 6rrepntltnre at Jj rcntnt') AiJress K.
H , Biitletln office (, , mj-H
N' OTICE TO RIMLPFRS-The Urlon ExprcM Co
ntt WHITE SAND FOR SA1 K tff
1 1 m'
l o S
I TALK NUN
6 t is
LADIES AND GENTS I
I oi i K
Box T.-, Honolulu, T. H.
STEADY, stronc vouir mm, nitvlnr many years
exper'ence In lire whoieile busl ess, ni In
ofile of Urjr contractor, Jes'res pnsit'on of any
klnJ. Best of references. Address "O.C." nulle-
843. OO "'
MASTERS AND MATES ARE
BEING SHARPLY QUESTIONED
As to Their Term of Service in Amer
ican Waters Mates
The question of the constitution fol
lowing the flat; Is now being discussed
very generally on the water front. Mat
ters anil mates of Island vessels apply
ing for masters' certificates arc being
questioned as to their term of servlcn
In American vessels.
Under the ruling that the consti
tution does not follow tho ring, the
Island fleet did' not become Amerlran
before the Hth of June and, as It re
quires a year's service on an American
vessel as mate or to be In line to get
masters' papers, some of the men who
hae been on the Island vessels for
rears but ho have held the borth of
mate on nn American vessel, are' pre
cluded from getting a license as mas
ter of vessels other than those In th
Under the American laws. It will be
necessary for a man licensed as n
master, to be In charge of vessels ply
ing between Island ports. In case of
the sickness or resignation or for other
reason, there Is n shortage of captiln3,
vessels may not leave port In chargs cf
tho first olllcer. They must bo In
charge of their master.
Another point which has been made
clear to the masters who havo had pa
pers Issued to them Is that they must
report tho condition of their vssscls
before leaving port and must see to It
that everything Is ns required by tho
navigation laws. In caso of the refusal
or neglect of tho owners of vessels to
supply them with everything neccpsary.
the captain must refuse to take tho
vessel to sea. If he does take his ves
sel out, ho itfllahlo to n, heavy flno and
tho loss of his papers, or suspension.
Music Lovers Hear
A Splendid Program
It Is much to Ijo regretted that the
Inclement weather during the past
wick kept many from attending the
concert at the Opera House List even
ing, for the program was one of mark
cd excellcnco throughout. Thero wns
, not ono uninteresting number on It
. and nil were heartily applauded by tho
small but appreciative audience.
It was Mis Grlswold's concert, so,
consequently, she rendered a largo part
of tho program. Her singing is always
pleasing, her clear, sweet contralto
tolco showing the careful training It
Perhaps tho song enjoyed most was
that In which tho training of her volco
and her control over it wns best shown,
I. e. the Bolero' "Ouvrei" by Dcssauer,
The Irish hush song, "Baloo, My Dear,"
was wonderfully simple and sweet.
Mr. Mott-Smlth'B 'cello playing has
been praised so often that all am
familiar with Its excellence. The dell
cacy and accuracy of his fingering wcro
again most noticeable in the two
pieces played by him last evening.
Mr. I'routy's rich volco was beard to
advantage in tho Toreador Song from
Carmen and ho was recalled at Its
close for an encore.
The crowning success of tho evening,
however, was Ihe quartet "Dellariglla"
from Rtgolctto. The.blendlng of voices
wns well nigh perfect, wihle tho duet
parts for tenor and contralto, bass nnd
soprano, wcro as pleasing as they were
unusual. The npplauso at tho close of
this number was continuous and tho
audience would not bo satisfied with
a bowing of acknowledgement but de
manded a repetition which was render.
ed even better perhaps than tho first
Miss Oertriido Ilrown played tho an
compantments throughout with nccu
J racy ana sympathy of feeling with tho
singing and playing.
A Valentino supper party was given
at her homo by Miss Grlswold after tho
concert, In honor of Mrs. White, II, M,
Mott-Smlth, Walter Dillingham and N,
13 Prouty, who assisted in the pro
Elcclc Short of Coal.
Kauat steamers icpnrt that Hleelo
plantation had to stop working on ac
count of running out of coal. Tho mill
stopped for Ave days nnd then got coal
from Makawell. Tho Fannie Adelo
r.ns sent out this morning with a load
cf coal for tho plantation,
Know how sublime a thing It Is to
.rldea.. Trlbuno and bo famous for
CUSTOMS COLLECTOR EXTENDS
PRIVILEGES ON ALL SHIPS
To Authorized Newspaper Representa
tives and Baggage Men
Reasons for the
Special permission will be grant
ed newspaper representatives and
cxprosbincn tu bo.ild vessels after
tho fcauio havo bem pioperly In
spected by tho Customs nnd qunr
untino olllrom, on tho ground that
the newspaper representatives fur
nish information that Ib of gen
eral public Interest and expressmen
rurammodutu tho passengers and
general traveling public This
privilege Is granted In accordance
with Article V of Department cir
cular No. 90 dated June IS, 1'JOO.
This Is the ruling of Collector Stack-
able and settles to the satisfaction of
nil concerned a qucstlun thnt has been
tho source of considerable discussion
anil some friction. It applies to nil ves
sels coming from San Francisco and
will continue In forco until any nbusc
of tbe privilege convinces tho collector
thnt Its continuance Is not Justified.
The steamers being Hawaii's onlv
source of Information from tho out
side world, the newspapermen have felt
that the Interests of the general pub
lic weie served through a prompt des
patch of newspaper Me and Associated
Press letters from each and every In
coming steamer from San Francisco.
The privilege now extended to board
nil steamers Is the samo as previously
enjoyed on the local boats from tho
l)y allowing the expressmen to board
tho steamers outside It Is possible for
the passengers to arrange for their
baggngo while tho simmer is coming
In, and land promptly on the steamer
being tied up to tho wharf.
Tho Treasury regulation under which
this privilege Is granted gives tho col
lector authority to grant special and
general permits to anyone to board any
vexHcl nnd to revoke such privilege as
ho deems best. As icgnnU vessels com
ing to this port the Collector of Cus
toms, is King, answc rnble alone to th
Secretary of the Treasury. It thus be
hooves those granted privileges not to
SANTA ANA IN PORT.
The steamer Santn Ann of tho Il.-A.
Steamship Company, arrived In port
this morning, 12 days from Seattle.
Sim Is In command of Captain C. 1".
Strands and has in her hold 710 tons
of general merchandise, consigned to
l(inl concerns, -r
Tho purser of tho steamer reports an
uneventful trip. After discharging, the
Santa Ana will proceed to Kahulut to
load sugar for the Coast.
Tugs In n Race.
The tues Fearless nnd Eleu had a race
this morning f r the three masted schooner
Reporter which arrived with lumber from
Grays Harbor. The Eleu got a long start
on the Fearless, but, 1 the s.hooner was
quite a distance out, the faster tug got the
prize. The Reporter was twenty-seven
days on the way down.
The adjourned Quarterly Meeting of the
UNION TEHD COMPANY. LTD., will be
held at the company's office In the Judd
Building, on Monday next, the iStli Inst..
at 10 o'clock a.m.
SOUTHARD HOFFMAN. JR.,
i765-3t Secretary Union Feed Co.. Ltd.
A co-partnership Is announced between
William R. Castle, Jr., and Philip M,
Lansdale. for the purpose of carrying on a
general Real Estate, Trust, and Investment
business. All business done bv W. R.
Castle, Jr., will hereafter be carried on
under the firm name of Castle & Lans
Col. Henry S. Olcott,
PRESIDENT, FOUNDER OF THE THEO-
The Rise and Progress
Of The Tlieosopliical Movement,
SATURDAY, FliB. 10,
K. of P. Hall, Fort St., 7:30 p.m.
SILVER COIN ADMISSION.
Tlie Divine Art of Healing,
With a talk on dangers of Mesmerism and
MONDAY, FUH. 18,
Progress Hall, 7 45 p. m.
i705-3t . Aitmission 5acents.
Now Moon on the 18th nt 1:15 p. m.
Tho tides at Kahulut and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolulu
Tides from the United States Coast
and Oeodotlc Survey Tables.
Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is loL, 30m
slower than Orcenwlch time, being
that of the meridian of 157 30. The
time whlstlo blows nt 1:30 p. m., which
Is tho samo as Orcenwlch Oh, Om.
Mimtors of vessels sailing from this
port tdt San Francisco will find there
n branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlu
OHloe located In tho Merchants' V.x
rhange, whero is maintained 'for thMr
nencflt frco of chnrge, complcto sets
of charts tnd directions of tho world.
Latest Information can bo obtained m-
gjrdlng lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Iliirenu, runahott, February
13.-rTcinpernturo Morning minimum,
19; Midday maximum, 74.
Ilnromctcr nt 9 a. m. 30.00. Rising.
Dow Point GIF.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 70 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb.
runry 13. Weather clear; wind E.
ThursdaVi Feb. 14,
U S A T Indiana, Merle, from Manila,
l-rluay. feb 15.
B & A S S Santa Ana, Strand, 12 davs
from Seattle: 710 tonsgenl mdse to Alex
ander & Baldwin,
Bkt W H DlmonJ, Hansen, 20 days
from San Ftanclsco.
Stmr Nllhau, Thompson, from Kauai.
Stmr Kauai, Bnihn, from Kauai.
Stmi Walalesle. Pllti, from Kauai.
Schr Reporter, Odhloff, 27 days from
Thursday, Feb. 14
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for Kapaa,
Schr Millie Morris, for Koolau ports.
FrlJay, -eb 15.
Gr ship Roland, Meyer, for the Sound
Schr Fannie Adele, Uudolt, for Eleele.
J A Cummins, Searle, for Oai u potts.
From Ahuklnl, per stmr Nllhau, Feb 14
From Seattle, ner B-A S S S.-11-.ta Ana.
Febts-Dflngalls, Mrs A E Miller. Mrs
From Nawillwlll, per stmr Kauai, Feb
14 ur Mg and wife, t umstead, r
BiackstaJt, W McHrydt, T Robinson, J
Carvalho, W Himan, A Brisge, J A Ka.
Stephen, Aukal, Chas Neal, Leokl, Aiau,
L Nakapaahu, Agnes, Kal.nveola.
The transport It.dlana lias a Filipino
crcu in auuiiion 10 me regular crew.
On board the Solace Is a Flllnlne m.imt.
fie Is a btlglit little fellow and the pet of
The Wlldir steamer llelene. t!.-int.iln
Lane, sills for Paauluu, Ookala, P.ip.iloi,
Kukal.iu and Laupahcehoe- this afternoon
ai 5 0 ciocK.
The gasolene schooner Surprise sailed
from Eltele to Kolo.-a day or so ago. Yes
terday an enclnrer was sent over tn Knu.-il
on the James Mal-ee to make the neces
sary repairs to the eiiRlne of the gasolene
Three Knunl StcnmcpH.
The Nllhau, Walaleale and Kauai all
arrived fiom Kauai this morning with
fu I loads of sugar. The Nllhau brought
020 baES of L. P. surar for the Diamond
Head and tne Walaltale brought 3500 bags
nuiii iianamauiu tor ir.e tienecia.
The Kaujl from Nawillwlll brought
4559 bags sugir for the Emily F. Whitney.
'I he Kauai renorts cood weather on Kauai
with light showers. The following sugar
was ien reaay tor snipment: k. s. m.
J500; V. K. 6co, Mak. 7800; AcBryoe
3000; K. P.Cooo: M.S. Co. 53311 K. S.
PnHHlnjJ ot the Dlmond.
The little barkentlne VV. H. Dlmond,
aner a irip or iwenty-one flays irom ban
Ftanclsco, arrived In port this morning.
She will probably remain here for gooj.
When the vessel left San Francisco, It was
almost fully determined to dismantle her
on arrival here and turn her Into a coal
Inquiry at the office of W. G. Irwin &
Co. this morning developed the fact that
no definite Instruct ons as to what would
be done with the Dlmond, had been re
ceived as yet. .
The Dlmond Is one of the best known
vessels In the Island trade and has made
many trips and much money for her
owners. She was built In 1881 and has
teen running regularly neatly all the time
Mnce sne was launcneu.
Mrs. Kendal, Reformer.
Mrs. Kendal Is nothing If not Impulsive
lv cental, and the Imnorturbabllltv of rrr
tain characters ha often a curiously irri
tating ettect upon her, says the Philadel
phia "Telegraph." She was shopping one
day at certain well-known stores, and
having completed her purchases, took
leave of the assistant who had served her
with a friendly "Good morning " There
was no reply. In that hard-working dam
sel's busy career there was no time, prob
ably for the minor gentlenesses of life.
"Say good morning and smile I" ex
claimed Mrs. Kendal, Impetuously. The
girl stared In mute amazement.
"Then I shallremalnheieuntll you do,"
said the great actress, In the most per
suasive but yet In the firmest tones. This
was too much for the girl.
"Good morning," she said, and burst
out I ughlng. From that hour Mrs. Ken
dal's appearance at the store In question
was the signal for an outburst of geniality.
Flno Job rrlhtlng atj- tho Bulletin
tln Office , ttftiMw
WANTED An experienced dry Roods salesman.
Pacific Import Co. iT6-)t
1ANTED A food strong buguy horse. IslanJ
" bred horse preferred, pply to Dr SloKett,
ANTED A younK America! lo JrUe b,krv
New England Hakery, t,6t-lf
BOY WANTED In l.nn lh Itwtlry butlnm. II
W. F tur, Hwl SI. ii&.n
WANTEO-Two gooJ ccmpoillori l one. Arrlv
1IM Klfff. li-ll
WANTED Your plumblne In do. by arracllcal
f-'umbr All work uaranteel. J. N, Shafer
itiQuetnSt. near Alakea. 1,,,-im
ANTED-WATCIIES la repair by Jemltr cf M
years xrrieocc. u.uiti, air nuuanu ai
VOUMi MAN, ilenoiracher anl Irtevrrller,
once. Ailre"A N." Ilulleim Office.
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM
I Oyitera aerve4 n lha ihell onW. Try till
rammis nan ana ttz sanawicnes ana uonee uor
Nuuanu and Hue' itteeli. WM. I UCAS, Prorfletor,
ID PAPERS TO EXCHlNOE lor clean Col-
ton Keei Apnpiv at iiuiietm umre isnj.ii
FOR RENT A Collate at Cotllfe Cm, on Klnz
llreej Arply F, E. King. ttSs-it
TO RENT To newly lutnKVJ room, ullh roarj,
rrlva'e family. Arrly Cunhl place. bl Vln-
arJ anJ River li ,,6.tw
rO LET Office with u.e of ieiif, builnen centre
DOOM II. WAOOON DDL , Mefcllint Sr
FR RrNT-rurnlitied room wlfi n iMocki of city
centre In private family. AdJreii "O.K." Hut
lelln Otr.ce irf -if
FURNISHED front loom $ o.o- month. No other
roomer, l Vineyard St fieeNuua"U l,-q.iw
DKOPERTY AT WAIALIM TOR LEASE-Four
I lotiat Wflatua, luitoppotltt Wata'.ua Hotel, too
itot, are often J for leate i nejvor ala wh-le. For
particular! apply to Mra. L. Kekaanlau Pratt, icti
Pun hbot St. iT-i-tm
TO LET-Cottar;e 01 Klnau St. between Pllkol and
Keaumoku, r ro'mi. Inclu-llni- kitchen and Path
room, lormer'y occupied by A. T. Hrock. RentS.o
Rrr month. Apply to C. R.Colllm King itreet. reir
TO RENT Furnlihed room. Garden Lane. Enquire
of Mri. McConn.l, off Union ttreel, No. o Garden
FOR SALE Family tnrae and lurrey. Ilorie lound
and life. Surrey tn firkt-ttaftironJM'm. Ai-
Creii"G K." Dullet.n Office. i?6o-ll
PR SALE-D.droom Set -nd k'l chen Table, al
moil new. $.-. Apply thla office, "S O." 1,-tl
DESIDENCE PROPERTY FOR SALI1
X Location tha rf. In Nuuinu VilUv enite nf
Juid anJ LI I ir,a streets. The E Stihr prrmlws. con
slsttne of alout four acres of land covered wltlt beau
tiful Ian, trees anj rtants. A so a sptendlJrolJence;
iwc coi ajt-; comne'i ram anj aervams quirt em,
illl first cUMcnnJ ilon Cor lurtlier raniculirs
rrlvto HAWAIIAN TRUST & INVEST
MENT CO., LTU. Telephone, 184. joglort
OIISO fi LOT. r'cht In town, only $180. I. II.
umrgtir, w iNiine 31.
HOUSE & LOT, Wilcox tract, new houv, lot Cox
no, ml) $),oco, terms eas, H. liirnette,
nOR SALE OR LEASF-A dwelling hnute. ..(
taee and lot, centrally loca ed, wiihln t9 MKkk
of ill p st office, (otT-xi)j suitable Ur Doctors or
i-fn'UM .in an j jaeiitie. or for P"s'nesica
tltii rVi".t$icwptr month, pply to OCAR, LAN
COR SALE Fl-rld Pejch Trees anl Coco 1 Wed
r Jellana. Apply S V. JORDAN
u'tl if Tirt t.
OC YEAR LFAE-Chlnitown. rcna1 only J... a
montl. I' II Dur. etic, jo Klntj St.
HOU5E AND TWO LOTS-Kali-lanl Tract, only
Si, too. P. H Hjrne te, w Klntf St.
FOR SALE-On- ea K 94-4 anJ 6 horsepower
aiitrrz& wtiss k'CRnsENB oil esginls, (new)
Inquire ofJ Fmwiluth, ijjJCIne St.t iTja-tl
PRrSALP A few Imported milch cows. Applyto
J. AL VIVAS. 13S1
THE bivt cent dear In town K tf "COLONEL
to be had at (re MyrtI ClKar ctore next to Or
fh'um. All .hinds of Manila cigars tpfclalty
FOR SALE laoo, T itnlture ot (-rwtneJ cotiace
near tows, with t rlvllece of ipntlnjr crtta et.
WlLtMM -SAVIUUI: fit CO..
.. , 6 Merchant St.
COR SLE T4000 Leaehnld on Ouren 'ret
rear tloiolulu Iron Works, a years to run,
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDOE, & CO..
to6 Merchant street
I OST Cerl ol Tepolt Net Jim. in favor of M
- r. i,narman, aneJ 1 ep. , 'qoi, itu,
pirate leave at Bishop and Co. bank,
THE FAST SAILING
N. P. CARL6BN, Master.
Will take a Limited Number of
Sailing about the end of next week
for San Francisco.
For particulars apply to ... .
Hind Rolph & Co..
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
TEL., MAIN 1 18. HONOLULU, PEB. 14
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
THIS PAPER tW'Ll:
franc tc. California, where contracts for JvvitlslnKi
van w iiia 4V iui iii
VIth a fnlly-ctiuliipeil bindery, re
cently ncqiilrfd from T, G, Tlirum, a
largely Improved and .extended me-
chanlca.1 equipment Installed In com1'
rtiodlous quarters, tho llullctln Pub
Hulling Company Is prepared to hnndlo
with dispatch anything jn tho line uf
printing, ruling or binding.
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
Ja. F. Mqrgan
n OS Queen Btre'.t
" SCHOONER TWILIGHT "
Monday. February 18, IOOI,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NON,
At my Salesroom, C$ Queen St.. I will sell
at niblic Auction tor account ot whom
It may concern the
Captain C. Ceuthen, Master,
175 tons register as she now lies
at anchor In Honolulu Harbor,
together with all her sails, gear,
boats. and furniture.
The vessel has lately been
supplied with a new suit of
saijs, running gear and pumps.
TERMS OF SALE-Cash in
U. S. Gold Coin.
Jbb F. Morgan,
Shares of Stock
Wednesday, Feb. 20,
AT 14 O'CLOCK .NOON.
At my salesroom, Oj-Queen St., I will
sell at Public Auction
CLUQ STAULES, LTD.
Par value 5ico each. Stocks sold In lots
to suit purchaiers.
Jus. F. Morgan, Auctr.
I offer for sale at the residence of MR.
C. STERLING, on the Corner of
Pensacola St. and Wilder Ave.
Property has a fronUce of too feet on
I'ensacoU street, 265 on Wilder and Thurs
ton avenues, anj 260 on dlvldlne line.
DWELLING HOUSE contains veran
da room, spacious verandas, double par
lors, 2 larRO bedrooms, large bathroom
wun porcelain iud, etc., timing room, Kit'
chen, etc. '
FINE LARGE HOT HOUSE, stalls for
4 horses, carriage house, sei vants' quarters
GROUNDS nicely plan.tej and com
mand a good view.
TERMS and further Information at my
omce, 05 vu street.
Jas, F. Morgan,
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting; and 8urerlntandlns
FJoctro-iIydrnulle Powor Tnnamlsiiloi
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen ttreet.
' Offloenei-t to Poiaice. ltti
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMATES rUDMSHED ON AIL KINDS OP
'- Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of DAors, Sashes and
C...M lail.ia un..tt.. n.-.,.. j
ridiiics, UIIUU9, iTiuuiuiiiKs, uiutncis, onu
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
KAWAIAIIAO ST., KEWALO,
Tel. White 1221. P. O. Box 552.
806 Judd Block. Telo, 6S8. 'l
Sonolulu Ironworks Cc
Improved and modern flyOAU HA
CIIINEHY ot every capacity and d
Rcrtptlnn made to order. Boiler work
and. UIVETKD PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repair
executed at tborteit notlci).
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Conatantly ton Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef. Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. Wt
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
niQV1tmnn Yfritlhiif T.nnt Clti.Mi.n
Sole, Smelt, Shad, Carp! Rock Cod, Sea
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
cunvrpn uniTc u..m nAn c...
ages, fresh every day. tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves Feet and
RIITTP. Pirr rlic. DM,!.. (I,...
chow, Sauer Kraut. App?'s, Pears,' Grapes
ruiaicej, unions, v-aDoage. A tun supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTFRS F.inrv. l.irw nr cmtll In
Hardly a thing that you could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 219.1
Willie noting new fixtures in
y5ur bath-room, at lenst
Design and prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
LI INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
- CORNER FORT7
-f AND MERCHANT STS
DONTBUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
BUT CALL AT JHE
ANp.'SryVE '25 It WILL I'M- YOU TO
New Goods Received by Evejry Vessel
I.X L. Furniture iStore
BERETANIA 5T., N&AU fORT.
P. O. BOX 535. S. W. LI.DFRLR,
. , Proprietor
L. . :l