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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., MONDAY, FED. 18, 1901.
A Grand Reduction Sale
SWEEPING 25 PER CENT REDUCTION SALE OF
Millinery Goods Trimmed Huts
Silk Shirt YVnists Lace Ties
Four In llnnds Belts, Corsets, Etc
These goods are all genuine barcalnjc, and will prove themselves so on
Investigation. These Roods must be disposed 6f to make room for a hand
some new stock of Spring Goods.
The MISS M.. E. KILLBAN CO., Ltd.
ARLINGTON BLOCK. IIOTHL 8TKEET
for additional Shipping News tee aeventh page.
ytwj-yii. in tbtt column wtll kt tnttrttd J
IKStl ttntt 4 tint out tnttttiont if ttnlt tw
FIRST TO ARRIVE ! J
imtttionv. to ttnlt out tvtth, i ttntt two uttkt
gfj to ttntt ent month, itit it tbt ttttt tavtr
fiifpr tvtr eftrtJ tbt ptoptt af HonM!.
The "ZEALANDIA" brought us a shipment of
. E90E MODEL
F YOU Wlll TO BFTTFR YOUR POSITION
m li. W Athlmnn. Srlrrt tmrlovmcnl BuiflJ
Maroon DuHJ njr. Mn hnl SI.
ilANTEn-!AUT1!H WITH Iic..oo IN AN
p, m. a m
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Mt ynu.to on-iMrJ InlfffM Jn simf, Ailrest
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to 4 as
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CTFNCKiRAPMER WIIH SIMRF TIMF DURING
t- HUin nnuit afSirrs 10 aufna vt aruinrr
ftrrri's corrrsponiente l It3 T rntnth AiJres K.
H.. BulUtln office. 'lU-tf
5.1 a. m
OTICC TO nclLDI-RS-Tht Union EipnH Co
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nfi wiiitl' ?ArrJ 1 uk m r i-m-t'i
Ever elnce the cstnul'shmont of regu
lar steamship service between' Ptigct
sound ports nnd Honolulu, tho mer
chants of Seattle have been reaching
out for the trade of the Territory.
They are meeting with considerable
success. ' '
It ha3 becomea' vejr common thing
of late lo find registered at tho hotels,
anywhere from thrco to a half dozen
business men from Seattle and all re
porting sales of goods for Immediate
One of the most re.-ent representa
tives from that enterprli Ing city of the
Northwest country Is tho California
Commission Com pan l, of which con
cern J. A. Prnlrlo Is thn business agent
fit this cniTof tho line.
This Arm Is a largo one, does nn ex
tensive business from Southern Califor
nia to Alaska. It' Is heo to stay.
Pound Matster's Notice
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
rfcvrlhrJ belou, have been Impounded In
the Government Pound at Maklkl, Kona,
Island of Oahu, and unless the pound fees
and damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sou at tlie date Hereunder named, accord
ing to law :
Feb. 14. loot i grey horse, brand LxB
on right hind leg.
Feb. 141 black horse, brand V on right
hind leu, one white spot on forehead and
one on back.
Feb. !4 -1 red horse, brand H on right
hind leg, and a bell on neck.
Feb. it i brown mare, brand M on left
Feb. 14 i red horse, brand Indlscrlbable,
white spot on toreneaj, all teet DiacK.
All owners of the above described anl
mals are herebv notified that I will sell
a them at public auction on Saturday, March
2, toot, at 12 m., If not called for before
that date. K. KEKUENE.
17)6-1t Pound Milter.
THE FAST SAILING
N. P. CAItLSHN, AlriHter.
Will take a Limited Number of
Sailing about the end.of next week
for San Francisco.
For particulars apply to . . .
Mind Rolph & Co.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
TEL., .MAIN 118. HONOLULU, TEH. 14
HOUSE WITH LO l 60 ft. by 2co
ft. House contains six rooms,
lanai, bath-room, clothes closets,
and china closet. Builfentirely ot
Nor 'west and almost new.
HOUSE LIKb THE FIRST, with
lot 60 ft.-by 120 ft.
LOTS WITHOUT HOUSES.
High ground. Excellent neighbor
hood. Near botli new and old car
lines. Large trees.
Inquire of C. BOLTE,
19 Merchant Street, or of
1740-tf Pens.icola Street.
All kinds of Carriage Trimming
done cheaper than at any other
VINEYARD ST. NEAR RIVEU ST.
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
HAS A PINE LINE OP
: Wines. Liquors, Btc,
" FOR SALE IIVT-HL GLASS OR BOTTLE
Ji K Merseberg.
Fine Job Printing at the Uulletlr
Connolly Is Here
There are several h'To among tho
raco track fraternity, who will remem
ber the naino of Jesslj Connolly, the
colored Jockey who has established
quite a record for hlmcclf In tho East
ern States and who well known at
Mich tlacoo as Now Westchester,
llrlghtan Beach, Long branch nnd oth
er noted ractng points
Af llrlghton Ilcach ho rodo for Mar
cus Dily, Geo. M. Il'elinctt ami o'thers
nnd. In many races, bis mounts wore
the winners. Among the number mny
be mentioned Imp, which belonged to
Geo. M. Dennett.
Connolly Is In tho city. In course of
converiatlon with n Valletta reporter
today ihe Jockey stated ilint ho had ar
rived here only recently from New
York, his purpose In i-nmlng being to
sec the country nnd look over the field
with a view of possibly bringing somo
horses here-In the near future.
"I think that In a I'uuple of years,
you will seo a number of wealthy men
coming hero from the Eastern States
to remain permanently nnd build
homes." said Connolly "These same
men are admirers of horseflesh nnd
througji their Instrumentality, some of
tho finest trotting sto"k In tho world
today vMll undoubtedly be brought to
London, Feb. 7. Thj following an
nouncement has been Issued by the
War Orilce: "In view f tho recent liocr
activity In various directions, the Gov
ernment has decided, in addition to tho
largo forces recently equipped locally
In South Africa, to rlnforce Lord
Kitchener by 30 000 mounted troops
beyond thoco already landed in Cape
Colony. Recruiting for tho Imperial
Yeomanry has proceeded so rapidly
that It Is anticipated 10,000 will lis
"Tho South African mounted con
stabulary, lm hiding tlose enlisted In
tho colonics, may bo relied upon to
extend to 8,000. and the new colonial
contlnaents to replace .hose withdrawn
will iVobably reach 6 000.
"Tho remainder of tho force will he
mndo up of cavalry and mounted In
fantry from the hn-ie establishment
Tho .'nllstment of volunteers to re
place that that have a'ready served a
year In South Afilca Is also being pro
cecded with. Arrnnpcments hnvo
been mado for tho prompt equipment'
nnd transportation of JJio force. The
first consignment will Icavo on the
Auranla on February Mh'."
Give Trjivel Allmvnncc.
Washington, Feb. 7. Tho Scnato bo-
gan tho day by passing the bill for tho
payment of travel ullm.nnecu on tllS'
chargo from tho Volunteer Army to
pfl'.ccrs nnd enlisted nun of tho Ele
venth Cavalry and Thirty-sixth and
Thirty-seventh regiments of Infantry
who entered the servlcs of tho United
Stntes In tho Philippines, nnd also a
bill putting In forco In Indlnn Terri
tory tho laws of ArkaiiKas relating to
Tho Chinese stewnrds of tho Island
steamers surprised the oMeers and men
at noontime today by serving turkey
dinner on all tho vessels, this by way
of a return of tho miny kindnesses
during tho yenr. a cus'rm thas Is com
mon with all Chinese.
Col. Henry S. Olcott,
PRCS1DLNT rOUNDUR OP THE THLO-
The Divine Art of Mealing,
With a talk on dangers of Mesmerism and
MONDAYrFBB. 18, .
Progress Hall, 7:45 p. m.
1765-31 Admission 50 cents.
Lodge Le Progres De.'Oceanie
No. 124, A.'&A. S. RITE.
THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL
letlne of the above lodge at 7:10 o'clock
US (MOLMYl EVENINCi, at Its
II, Masonic Temple.
WORK IN THIRD DEGREE.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 and
Pacific Lodge N 1 82: and ail sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to be present
By order of the W. M. -
' E. B. FRIEL,
Monday .. ..
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New Moon ontho 18th at 4:15 p. m.
Weather Durcau. Punahou, February
18. Temperaturo Morning minimum,
C5; Mldi'ny maximum, 74.
llaromcter nt 9 a. m. 50.01. Falling.
Dew Point C7F.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 67 per cent.
ninmmifl Head Signal tSatlon. Feb
ruary 18. Weather clcrr; wind light W
SundaV. Feb. 17.
Am bk C D Bryant, Coly, fiom San
Am bk Cirollton, Haves, from Tacnma.
Am rk Hayden Drown, rauisen, irom
Stm'. James Makee, Tullett.from ka
nan. with suirar.
btmr Noeau, Wyman, from Kauai with
Gas schr Surprise, Nystrom, from Ka'
OSS Alameda, Harrlman, from Syd
ney, Auckland and rata r"ago
Am schr Uiai E Plk, Hennlngsen, from
Saturday, Feb. 16.
Am bk Mohican, Kelley, for San Fran
cisco. Slmr Walaleale, Plltz, for Kauai ports.
O & O SS Doric, Smith, for the Orion
Sunday, Feb. 17.
C-A S S Aorangl, Hay, for the Colonies
U S A T Indiana, Me re, (or San Fran'
U S N T Solace, Wlnslow, fir San
OSS Alameda, Herrlman, tor San Fran
cUrn. with mall and msseneer .
H N A S S Santa Ana, Strand fur S F
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Mlkahala, Pedeoon, for Malta
well at 5 P m.
Stmr Lehua, Benmtt, for Molokal por s
at 5 p m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, forHllo andwaj
ports at 12 m.
stmr uiauaine, rarner, ror maui pons
at 5 p m.
tmr Iwalanl, Greeorv. for Hamakua
and Kukulhaele at 4 p m.
btmr Noeau, wyman lor Ananoia anu
Stmr W G Hall, Thompson, for Nawi
llwlll, Hanamaulu and Ahuklnl at 5 p m.
Stmr Nlihau. Thompson. forKoioa. hie-
ele, Makawell, Walmea and Kekaha at 5
Gas schr Surprise, Nystrom, for Kauai
pcrtsat 5 P m.
From Kauai, per stmr Noeau, Feb 17
,Mr f Mailer and a ileoK.
From Kauai, per stmr James Mikee,
Feb 17 V H Omste.id. Ml I PerrK Mts
Hoopll, H McKee and C deck.
From the Colonies, per O S S AlameJa
Feb 17 Professor L Hirt, Professir Ed
ward Stirling, Dr R Vakrntln and ser
vant. John Remll. Alexander Crawford,
Carl Gilbert; and GeorRe Weekawltz.
Fur San Francisco, ner O S S Alameda.
Feb7-Dr and Mrs Klflc, Mrand M-s
nrue Honney, miss b ueary, w w urun
ner. Miss S Hebelson. MranJMrs W G
Cooke, Mr and Mrs J li Stetson, Miss
Stetson and ni.i'd, Jesse Haues, Mrs E C
wcuall and clilld, Mi ua-jReit, Mrs
Hendry and family, Miss Ella Parsons,
Mrs Smith, Ur and, Mrs Grace, Miss
Grace, Miss Clark, G'S Richardson, L S
Pasclul and wife, J -u Spencer and wife,
W H.Meyet. Henry Neell and wife, V
H Newell, V J Holbor.in and daushter,
S T Hers, R A Perry and wife, S Schwlt
zer, H T Gilbert, E Kahn, wife and
dajghter, C E Robin, James Doye and
wife, MrsW A Hardy, Lewis Chase, Miss
Louise Pitkin, J S Spltzer, Charles J
Wall, E O Sliver, C P Phillips. Miss
Klllean. Mrs R Cowes, Mason Mitchell,
C D Chase, Chris Zeuthen.MIss E Bow
man and Miss S h Handbere.
The steamer Kauai Is on the marine
railway undergoing an overhauling and
Tomorrow, all the Island steamers will
get away on their regular trips.
The Mnuna Loa Is due to arrive early
tomorrow morning She will get away on
Captain Carlsen of the schooner Murll,
will entertain a party of friends aboard
ship, thlsevinlng. .
Captain Rauisen of the bark Haydyn
Brown, reports a fine trip from the Colo
n.v The weither tnciuntsrsd was en3
tlrels too balmy tor a quick passage and
the Broun took 77 davs. She is dis
charging at Oceanic wharf,
Helped the Irmui'gcntH,
Manila, Feb. 0. Theodoro Carranza, a
prominent and weilthy Spanish merchsnt
and hrmp and cocoanut buyer, was arrest
ed this afternoon, charged with furnish
ing supplies to aid the Insugents. Carran
za U also a pinner of D. M. Carman, an
American contractor and owner of boats,
who had considerable transportation con
tracts with the Government, and who Is
also under arrest. The Provost Marshal
and Secret Service officials have been
watching a number of merchants and
transportation men fur some time pjsi.
Trie police officials have had a lone Inter
view with Carranza and the arrest of sev
eral merchants Is expected to.result-
Paris, Fob. 5. Tho Itomo correspon
dent of tho Temps says a letter from
tho Vatican has been posted tu Monslg
nor Marlnelll, tlio Apostolic Delegate
In tho United Btaten, notifying btm
that ho will ho created a Cardinal.
Tho Alameda's cargo for tills nort
was as follows: Thrco hundred nnd
tlilrty-nlno enscs of liquors, 171 cases
of onions, C 'cases ot i;,irllc, 100 cases
of cooling composition nnd 100 cases of
Jij-eBseltjli. The conslunees nro Win.
O. Irwin & Co., J. S. O. Stokes,' Stolner
& Miiifiitre, John KfflLRer, California.
Fce'd Co-.1 and' Mrsv'Mai ques.
ANTED A cwi tfMftmin.
A&Attst V O.
Box t-?i. Honolulu, 1 m.
STEADY, lrone ynuntt man, hvlne many ytars
cxpM'cnce In Ure wtmiMalft busl fni In
office nt Urpe contractor, J(rei position of any
knJ. Het of raferences. Aidrett "G.t,." Bulle
tin Office it6viw
tlANTED A coMitronif tujrtty horse, Ulan J
hri hone rrcfrrtei. ppIv to Dr. Slorrett,
Progms Bkxlc . . . t?6Mw
ANTED A yoinjr America', to rlve bakerv
waeon. rfw Lneianj uavery, itoi-u
ANTED Ton Rooi tcmpliltori al onc. Arrly
WANTED-Your flumUnit lo 4o. by arracllcal
riutntr All work guarantee!. J. N. Sharer
ttt Queen St. nearAlakea. tfftm
ANTEp-WATCHESto repair by Jeweler ct
years experience, u. uili, 417 nuuanu at
I 11 v;y ,
MAN. stenographer ani trrewrlter, at
Adlre"A N." Uulletln Office.
run OWL LUNCH AND oyster room
' Oyftert served n the shell cnty Try his
ramous Ifatn and frff aanawicnes ana uonee uor
Njuiou ind Hta' streets. WM. LUCAS, Proprietor,
in PAIER; TO EXCIUNdE (or clean Cot
ton Raifs Arpplv at llullettn umce nrgtr
I-OU RHNT Fu,nl)vJ re Jenca o( Mrs. S Roth,
r Klnau lfet. Arrly to Mrs. rmmettMay. 1114
Lunatl'o street. it6tm!
ZOH RENT A pleaiant suit of rooms, with or
1 without poarj, 144 iwrrianta at , near r-orr.
TO f.ET New contnlenl ft r. om eotMtte, healthy
locitl n Insane lum RoaJ $15 pcrmonth.
Fanny Mrauch. m ww -.itW-iw
FOR RfNT Pttnan roo'mt to let. with hot and
col4 bath, electric llfht "pplv Mm. II M. Tay
lor )-cllow home, Klnau St . just off Alapal. it66iw
COR RENT ACntM(teatCottiEeCroe,on Klne
L-Vfwt., Apply F. L. King. ij6fH
TO P ENT Two new'y f urnlV4 room with' hoiri,
prlva'e family, pply Cunha place, bt V(m
yvJ anJ River "t iti-iw
rO LET Office with ue of deV, bailneis centre
HOC1M ft, MAfiOOSDUL , fllTcnH Sf
FOR RENT lurnUhed room wlCim Hockv nf city
centre In prhate family. AJJrvss "O.K." Uul
letln Offica iT6i-tf
PROPERTY AT WAlALUA TOR LIIASE-Two
' lots at Walalua, fust opposite Walalua Motel, too
not, are off rr J for leJte nglvor aia wh'Ie, Tor
Firtkulau apply to Alts, E, KrkaanUu Pratt, ie8f
an hbool St. its""
TO LET-.CotliK( on Klnau S'. bln Pllkol nj
Kcaumoku. ru, m. Influilnp kltch.n inl bith
room, formerly occupied bv A. T. Hrock. Rent $40
rr month. Apply to C. K. Collins, Klnc street, rear
CORNER LOT. 100XK0, Manoa Valley, beautiful
lew. on main roij. Arrly P. IL Durnetle, 11
I1AUGA1N In a cheap home, right In town, only
$ S 0, I'. II Hornet!, n King St
LOTS, cheap, eaiv tLrtni, Kapiolanl ParkanJ Ka
pahulu. I'. H burnette, it King St.
0-1 YEAK LEASE, fmllh ureel, ht uxioi, rental
If per month. Arplvl H. Uurnetle. la Klnr St
rno cat rA ,fM ri. tu. ti,. ,h, . u m k nii
r ClioUe Wlnei, I lUora , t tc , by the c ais or
.oltle J. K Mcreburic i7to-rm
FOR SALE family hor. and surrey. Horse sound
ardsife. Surrey In ti,ht-vtais condll en Ad-diess-0
K." Bulletin Olncc, ttCo-tf
FOR SALE-rieJrooin 'et and Kl'chen Table, al
most new. St;. Apply this office, ' S fl " s,-lf
nCSIDENCU PROPKHTY FOK SALI!
V. location the test. In Nuuanu valley, corner of
jujj am l.mna streets Mme unr premlMS. con
sisting of about tour acres uf ar.d covered with beau,
lltul la an. trees ana riant A so. splendid revldeme.
Wncot aers; C',mplrte tarn aid servants' quarters.
all In first diss cond tlnn ,.r furtlwr parilculirs
arrlv to HAWAIIAN TRUST c. INVt-ST-
IE.NT CO., LTU.
it'icpiutnv. 104, 409 1 on
HOR SALK OR LUASli-A dwelling house, cot
1 tag. and lot, cenrrallv located, within fixe blocks
cl thtp'ist office lotT'Xtu suitable fur Doctors or
irentisisoitic. ana jweiimg, or ror a rvsmrss tuca
tlod. Rent Sieo per rromri. Arrlv to GCAR. LAN-i
SlNCi ft CO. "" iTji-tt
COR S ALU-Florid 1 Peach Trees an 1 Coco I Wed
r. del'ana. AppIv S W JORDAN.
iT.i-tf re fort St.
FOR SALP.-Orv es'h sK-4 and 6 horse power
MIETZ& WEISS KII'OSIVB QIH.-.GINLS, K-
Inqujlre uf J t-MMtlUTIt, hi Kln St. !!'-"
FOR SAI P A tew Impotted milch cows. Apply to
J, M. VIVAS i)8i
THE bast s cent cigar In town Is th. "COLONEL''
tobehad attha.Mynts Cigar Store next tuOrr
pnaum. Ait Kinjs or Manila cigars a specially
.OR SALE $jM. Futnltjre of srocmeJ cottag
near w" I, win, privilege 01 rrnong collage.
WILLIAM bAVIUUb & CO..
(t6 Merchant St.
PR SALE $4000. Leasehold on Queen s reel,
near Honolulu Iron Works, as )ears to run.
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, fc CO.,-
.06 Merchant street
LOST Cert, of f eroslt No. 4. In favor of M
F. Chapman, dated Peb. , toot, ftij. Finder
pleas, leave al illshop and Co. Hank. Payment has
been stopped 1761 1 w
San Francisco, Pcb. 5. Tbo Ameri
can Bhlp Pactolus, which arrived yes
terday, Is'a now addition to tho Ameri
can morcuntllo marine. Whllo round
Idk the, Horn sho was partially ills
masted and at times the crew feared
for tlia' vessel.
Captain Watt has a brother whom
be has not seen for nlno years. Tbo
younger Captain Watt Is master of tho
American ship John McDonald, now
on her way to San Francisco from an
Eastern port. When oft tho Horn tho
John McDonald nnd I'artolus were In
company and strango to eay It was a
dead calm. In all tho generations tho
story of two ships "samtuliiB" off tho
Horn has never been written, but that
Is what tho Pactolus and John McDon
ald did lust November. A boat Was
lowered from tho Pactolus and Captain
Watt paid ft visit to his brother. They
romalned In company for sovoraLdays
anw then the Pactolus got a "slant" of
wind and drew away from tho wooden
ship us though sho wcro anchored.
Now Captain Watt la waiting tho ar
rival of tho John McDonald, when ho
Will givo his brother the ha! hat
Doth tho captains and their vessels
nro well known liHro.
Kitchener' Recall Humored,
London, Fob. 8. General Sir Kvelyn
Wood, the adjutant gencnl, wy tho
ropnrts that ho Is to superset! Qcneral
Kltcht'iicr In, command of the British
forcoH In South Afilca, which are much
discussed In the servlco clubs, :ro In-
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
Jas, F. Morgan
-05 Queen Street
Shares of Stock
Wednesday, Feb. 20,
AT lit O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen St., I will
sell at Public Auction
It 5 SHARES OF THE
CLUB STABLES, LTD.
Par value $tco each. Stocks sold In lots
to suit purchasers.
Jos. F. Morgan, Auctr.
I offer for sale at Ihe residence of MR.
C STERLING, on the Corner of
Pensacola St. arid Wilder Ave.
Property has a frontage of too feet on
Pensacola street. 265 on Wilder and Thurs
ton avenues, and 260 on dividing line.
DWELLING HOUSE contains veran
da room, spacious verandas, doubts par
lors. 2 large bedrooms, large oainroom
vltn porcelain tub, etc., dining. room, kit
chen, etc. '
FINE LARGE HOT HOUSE, stalls for
4 horsu, carriage house, set vants' quarters
GROUNDS nicely plantelrand com
mand a good view.
TEhMS and further Information at my
office, 65 Queen street. r (
Jas, F. Morgan,
,FREp Jv gROS&
Consulting and SnperlntendlBic '
Electrical 4 Hydraulic
Elpctro-ilydraullc Power TransmlialoB
RKPOHTf) AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. , . ,
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street'.
Office next to Pcn.cfflce. 12X1
A. Harrison Mill Co:
ESTIMATES FURMSHED OHU KINDS OP
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work, Finish Turning
KAWAIAHAO ST., KEWALO,
Tel. White 1221. P. O. Box 552.
, J-ttMES T.TAYLOR,
M.Ab.Sk.C. I. '
'1 800 Judd Block. Tele. 633.
Honolulu Iron Works Ct
.Improved and modern 8UQAR MA'
CI1INERY o( every capacity and de
scription made to order. Holler work
and RIVETED PIPES (or Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at ten
tlon paid to JOD WORK, and repair,
executed at eb or test notlcn.
AND GENTS 'I
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
i , BUTCHERS and
i ... s.
Keeps Conatantly on 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.
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Shad, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs,
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.Geese,
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
DUTTER, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut. Applts, Pears, Grapes
Potatces, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTERS Fancy, large or small, In
shell or cans.
Hardlv a thing that you could wIstTfor
but what Is to be had at Mir market. ,
Telephone Main 219.
While putting new fixtures in
your bath-room, at least
Design ana" prices on appli
- cation to
Lewers & Cooke.
' - LIMITED.
''& Cdi V
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
LI INSURANCE. jGEMS
Careful Attention given to!.
CORNER FORT v
AND MERCHANT STS
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
HUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE IT WILL PAY'YOU TO
'" ' BUY FOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
, - T , AT THE
I.X L. Furniture Store
I1ERETANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
P. O. UO."55. S.W.LLDEREH,
. , , Proprietor
:-- .M -.-if.bjJi'feaMU-iW i,.