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p- v'"i-rr-'-.-'l-n'"l EVENINO DULLETIN, HONOLULU H. T.,THUnSDAY, FED 21, 1901.
IS ASSURED BY
The Latest Improved
Experienced and Com
We employ the most improved methods and are fully
EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
DOMESTIC OR GLOSS FINISH
FOR SHIHTS, COLLARS AND. CUFFS.
Specitil Attention paid to
Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LUJNDRY
Tel. Main 73. Laundry, Kawalahao St
Up Town Ofnce in the OLD ELITf PREMISES, Hotel St.
RUWAKDING THE ADMIRALS.
Washington, Feb. 14. The President
to Jay sent the following nominations to
the Senate :
Navy Hear AJmlr.ils to be advanced In
rank from the elevenfi day of February,
William T. Sampson, five numbers to
take rank net after Rear Admiral John A.
Wlntti-M J.-ntt 5chl.i. three, niimhin
.... .. ..". -'-,- I
10 iaie ranK ne.u arter near Aamirai
Sampson w hen advanced.
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Venturis Ciihc Iitvc8tlnted.
San I'ranelsco, Feb. 12. The acci
dent on board the steamship Ventura
on Jannnry 21, In thlch Iho men went
kilted and (he Injured by the bursting
0 a steam pipe, was ln estimated jes
trrdny nftcrnoon by Captains Holies
and Uulger, local United Stntet In
spectors of steam cssels. The prin
cipal witnesses were S. X. Haines, chief
engineer; T. W. Lawrence, first ns3lst
nnt; J. V. Alnsworth, second assistant,
and M Mcninn. represcntlnR the build
ers. The chief cnKlneer nnd his ns
slstnnts told nliout the breaking of tlio
steam pipe which they ascribed to Im
perfeit construction on the. part of tho
builders. Thero was 1C5 pounds of
steam pressure at the time of the frac
ture There was absolutely no un
sklllfulness In tho handling of the en
gine, they said. Mr. McGinn said that
ho did not belief o In tho theory of
faulty construction hut when be was
pinned down to details admitted that
ho did not know anything about tho
cause, of tho accident
The Inspectors will render n decision
San FranJsco, Feb. 13. The Un'teJ
States tralnlrK ship Mohican Is down from
Mare Island, and while to all appearances
she Is the same old-timer, nevertheless
th:re Is not an old timber left In her, and
the sloop-of-war Is njw as Rood as the
day she was launched. Bark-rifled and
presenting an appearance that recalls the
Hartford and other famous ships of the
old days, she Is one of the most pictures
que vessels In the bay.
The Mohlcin will take aboard about
250 apprentices here, and when everything
Is ready will start on a cruise to the South
ern Seas. She will call at Santa Barbara,
San Diego, Migdalena Bay and Honolulu.
On her return to San Francisco she v III
go nortn, calling at all the Puget Sound
ports and stopping on the Columbia River
on her way home. Most of the voyaging
will be done under sail, but the Mohican
has sttam power that Is calculated to
drive her at the rat? of nine knots an
Work on Shamrock to be Purified.
Glasgow, February 11. Owing to a
serious protest upon the part of George L.
Watson at the delay In the con tructlon
of the Shamrock il, the Dennys hnve put
all their available workmen on the job,
and the building of the America's cup
challenger will be pushed night and day
without pause. Watson Insists that the
must be launched during the last week In
March so that hi elaborate plans for trial
races can be carried out.
Kin; Bros, beg to announce
that they will not hold them
selves responsible for framing
and other orders not called for
within thirty days.
Parties interested are request
ed to call at once and arrange
KING BROS.' ART STORE,
120 Hotel St., Cor. Union.
Sonomii Mntle Time.
The Sonoma, the .ond of the Sprec
kle's Co., sister shirs, made fast time be
tween here and Auckltnd. She arrived at
the latter port eighteen, hours ahead of
time and It Is expected she will arrive at
Sydney a day ahead of reguUi time.
I Hjh 4yrtte
&, Prank B-Poqison
ftlll.HH. mi. .i mjinnrnm.
I V-i Jf: Jir
aiKSf r ',
"Name on Ecry Piece."
foh smu nv
LEWIS & CO.,
240! 240! 240!
I86UU BONDS TO GUAItANTDU
the faithful discharge of the duties of
Managers, secretaries,, iasiuers, uook
keepers, Clerks of Banks, Salesmen,
Hrnts, Office-men, Ofhcers of Soci
eties and Lodges, Employees of th:
United States Government of the Cus
toms and Internal Revenue and Post
of Delivery Wagons, Watchmen,
Shipping Clerks, Travelling, Sales
men, Contractors, Paymasters In the
Army and Navy, Importers and Ex
porters, Railroad and Street Railway
Assignees, Receivers, and all pel sons
holding positions of trust.
The Pollc les o! the Company Cover
Plate Glass, Including Lettering and
Embossing, and Plate Glass Mirrors.
Steam Boilers, Indemnifying the In
sured against loss or damage to pro
perty, or for accidental bodily Injury
or death, and covering periodical
GEAR, LANSING & CO., Agents,
IUDI) UUILDINGj TORT ST.
THE FAST SAILING
N. I. CAltLSBN, AliiHtcr.
Will take a Limited Number of
Sailing about the end of next week
tor ban r-r.incisco.
For particulars apply to. . . .
Hind Rolph & Co.,
Cornel Fort and Alerchant Sts.
TIL., AUIN 118. IIONOLUIU. nil. 4
February 12, Lincoln's birthday, was
very generally obsencd throughout tha
Milan, fuimcr King of Servla,
very suddenly at Vienna.
For additional Shipping Newi Mt seventh pace.
Tuesday .. .
Saturday . ...
Monday . . .
I .1 9 '
4 OO.tO K
4 6,1I If
6 J l .
11 4 14
New Moon ontho 18th nt 1:15 p. m.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Tides from tbo United States Coast
and Ocodotlc Suncy Tables.
Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is 10b, 30m
slower than Orccnwlch time, being
that ot the meridian ot 157 30. Tho
tlmo whlstlo blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is tho same as Orccnwlch Ob, Om.
Musters ot essoin sailing from this
port for San Tranclsco will find thero
a branch of tho U. S. Hydrogrnphlo
OIlUo located In tho Merchants' Ex
rliaiiKi, where Is mulntnlncd for their
unvflt freo of charge, completo sets
of charts nnd directions of the world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters ot Interest to ocean
Weather Ilurcau, I'unahoii, February
21. Tempcraturo Morning minimum,
S9; Midday maximum, 73 .
Haromctcr nt 9 a. m. 29 90. Itlslus.
ltnlnfnll 0 Or,.
I)e w Point 55 F.
Humidity at a. m. 01 per cent.
ninmond Head Signal Station, Feb
ruary 21. Weather clear; wind calm.
Wednesday, Feb. 20.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, from Ha
waii (iorts. '
Stmr Ventun, Hayward, from San Fran
clco. Stmr Hanalel. Green, from San Fran
Wednesday, Feb. so.
USAT Oipack, Barber, for Guim.
From San Francisco, per stmr Hanilel,
'eb. 2t Ars J S Green, Mrs H Haywood,
Mrs G Hrei non and child, Mrs H Onens
and children, Mr and .Mrs 11 PI ttts. M
From Hawaii and Maul ports, per stmr
Miuna Lot. Feb n Mrs J P T Imoiison.
J Trlest, J Kallula and wife, Alice
Smlthle. Mrs H Kaku. FBuckhitz.W
W Uruner. R Gussefe dt. W E Schmidt,
.Masters Uistu, J Uesha, J A KelllKoi,
I Kelllkoi, Miss Hattle Jones, O Jores.
J W Maddera. Dr J Atcherlv. F Gouvler,
L Vas:m,elles. I U P.fls and on. E
I'owt. H P Baldwin. D Dorbard. C
Streckwald, Judge Kalua, A J Itodrlgues
ind 2 children, JuJe sSHirtwell. II I
Jmn-5, E H I Mil in, F Julian, P M Kalu -kuolun
1 anJ wile, M itt UCjiiii, C J
Enos, E Djvnnsh-lle anj 05 Jcck.
Thi. liibpcctoiH of tin 11k nnd bolleix
now hero hao received In tho Into
limit nn nmummt'iiL to the rules ie
Kittdlni; the ginntlng of paper to sail
oih of coautwUo nnd octuu KotuK ttiu
mtTH. The notice sent Is iih follows
"Sictlon 14, Hnlc r, nn amended Jan
limy, HUM, nml nppiovecl b the Heero
taiy Kebrimiy 4, 1901, for tho liiformii
tlou of locil liibptctors, Atlantic mid
"No orlRlniil license as muster of
ocean or coaitwlso titenm essolB shall
ho Iksuecl texiept as hereinafter pro-
Ided) to nn j pcrmm who has not had
nt least thleo years experience on sen
Kolnt; or constwlso stemn ohsoIs, ono
year of mull serto to hnr been ns
chit f mnto of siieh vessels, nor shall
nny person recrlvo nn oitKlnnl license
ns chief mnto of ocenn or coastwlso
stenm M'ssels who has not served nt
least thrco cnrs In tho ueck depart
ment of such vessels, ono )ear of such
sentci) to hao been as second mnto
of such ossein. Applicants for license
ns second mnto of ocean or coastwlso
stenm vessels must hao uad nt least
tbreo j ears oxperlenco on such vessels,
ono j ear of such service to hnvo been
as quartermaster or third mnto on
such essols. Applicants for license ns
third mate of ocean or constwlso
stenm vessels must haa nail at least
threo years oxperlenco on such esselB
ns a mnrlner or quartermaster. It Is
proWded, however, that personB whoso
oxprl"nco nt sea tins been on sail ves
sols of over 700 Rross tons may bo li
censed on tho following conditions,
"Mnstcr: Any person who bns bad
fho years oxperlenco on such sail ves
sols, two yenrs of which miiBt hnvo
been ns master of such vessols, mny
bo licensed as master of ocean or
tonstwlHo stenm vessels.
'l hlef Mate- Any person who has
had flo years experience on sail cs
sels, two jears of which ho uas served
In tho capacity of chief mnto, may bo
licensed ns thief mnto of ocenn or
constwlso stenm vessels
"Second Mute: Any person who
has had threo yenrs exporlcnco on snll
vessels, ono jenr of whlcn bns been In
tho capacity of second mate, may bo
licensed as second mnto of ocean nnd
constwlso stenm M'ssels
"Third Mnto: Any peison who 1ms
had thrco yenrs experience on snll ves
sels as mariner may ho licensed ns
third mnto nf ocean nnd coastwlso
stenm vessels "
Tho following cases wero disposed of
Tn tho Police Court this forenoon- Ka-
mnlllkano. assault and battery on T. P.
Spencer, dlcbarRed; Knpuaoklnn, nss
snult nnd battery on P. Waldvogel, $10
nnd costs; Ah Kino heedless driving,
rcpilmamled nnd dlschaiged; Manuel
Conen, tiuancy and Knpae, larceny In
tho second degree, samn disposition.
Finn Job rrlntlng at lbs Dtillotln
JJt, in tbtl column wit hi intttlti
It ftnti 4 hnl onl tnttttionl unit tv
fnmltMit' to emit ont tbttb, 40 unit two tvub
nj 00 unit CK4 month. Ibit it tbt tbtrtttt nSvtt
Hunt tvtr ojftrtJ tbt ptoplt of Honolulu,
TRADESMAN S PROTECTIVE ASS N. Pelec
I Employment Purest!, patronlred ry the leadlnp
firms of the Territory and hest position, obtainable
it Mcocn Bid , Corner of sler hsJ snd Alekea
ptAS'OS TUNLtl AND RfPAIHfcl) AHUrds
I nf mil. r.l In.trument. tun, J .ftj rfr.lt. J A
eir, erp rlmrc Lee o.Jer. l ?o Klnjr .trett
pnfnn lllotk, or tltwliun Tt.SC0 JAh MltK
1UAV, 1 IAo TUttD. 8fm
WANTED-PARTMtM WITH fuoooo IN Av
ett.Mlihei o.lnir tuilneu, w 9t)eolll en-
I'tle vou to ore-tli'r4 tnlere&t In r-rme AJires
"pot K" Bulletin Offif.
CTFNOfjRAPHER Willi SP'Rfc TIME DUIllMr
' purine. hours desires to attend to anotne
firm's correspondence at Irs rer minth AJirest K
II , llutlrlln office iTII-t'
NOTICE TO mULDERS-The Union Express Co
his WHITE SAND FOR SAtE s4tll
WANTED trlglit American bov to run erranis and
make hlnselt generally useful Wages 9( per
eew rr'y at 111's, .nice
UANTrO-Drhers (or LIeM Wason, CELECT
' EMPIOYMINT nUMU, MAOOOS nLII., Mil
CHANT AMI AIEKTS
ANTED-T.o Oool Cooks,
PUH MEM BUREAU.
WANTED-rrmale Itrlp, uhlte St! EOT EM
PLOYMENT BLhEAU. II MAC.OON IlLD.
rmsit r.rpMAN on amlmican oikl
1 4 AAntjd for hfutPMOtk inJ cnoltlAir. Small
family Apfy at n UtrttanU Si iy68tf
f IFE()rO"ErNVCTOMIA WCHAVBAUTM
L rntlf Jltinn Wov of Immt biuie Outf I frte
S.C Mtlr&Cfi PifllanJ OTRon, 68-8( toJ
WANTED HELIAiar .MAS TO REPHFSENT
an isubtlihf J liouw on falarv GinJ position
to rlcM rartv AJJrtss P O Dox 8r. PortlanJ.
Oregon 1)6 -gt
ANTED A rooJ drnfe-min.
AJJr(s P O.
no t. fionnium, i n.
STCA)Y ttrone ymitijj min. having many ynn
erfrenc In larcf Hhtitala bul'fi. anj In
oMcc nf large contractor, Jir pnlton of any
kmi lll of rfercnce AJirei 'tj L Uullr
tin Office itiSi iw
'JlANIED A goA strong buggy horse. Is'jnJ
vv tret horse rrefrrrei rr'y tu Dr Sloggett
Pncre 3lk i?6iiw
WANTED Your plumbing to Jo, by arractleal
p'urribrr All umk guarantee! J N. Shafer
ttlQuunSl narAlakca n)y im
ANTED-WATCHtSto repair by Jewetfr cf n
yeirs experience micia, 417 rwuanu si
, . ?"
YOUMS MKU, stenographer anj tretl(er, at
once Aitres"A N" Bulletin Office
THr OWI. LUNCH AND OYSTri ROOM -'
Ovstcrs served n the shell only fry his
famous Ham and Egg SanJwIches an4 Coffte Cor
Nuuanu and Hstt' streets. WM LUOS, Proprietor.
ID PAPERS TO EXCII ANC.E for clean Cot.
ton Hags Arrplv at llnllrttn cjffice nrVflf
IOR KENT tiol Piterson'a lane, ncl-Kln;St
t mom collage unturnlshoj ts-o-ii
rO lET-Two nely built collates off Llllha St.,
usi arote scnooi ppivio
WILLIAM SAVIIXJE. & CO .
EWLY MIHNISHPD ROOM for rent 180 Pere-
tania M., opposite Unlrn Church J fl.West
URNISHED frnnt room f 10 y month No other
roomers j) Vlne ard St rear Nnuau it63tw
FOH KENT rurnMiei resJence of Mrs S Kolh
Klnau strtet, Arr'y to Mrs. Emmett May. no
Lumlllo street. itot-h
FOH KENT A pleasant suit of rooms. llh or
w'lhout toari 144 llentanla St , near Tort.
1 ?6r-1 w
TO 'ET-New convenient 6 rrom cottage, health
locatl n Insane Asylum RoaJ $if per month
Fanny blrauch ll6o-sw
PR RINT Pleisstil rooms to let, with hot and
cold Kith. electric light apply Mrs L M Ta
lor elliiw house, Klnau S , )qn off Alapal 17C6.IW
COR RENT A Totuje at Cotti.e Grove, on Klnir
1 street. Appli r E. Klnjr isli-fl
"TO RENT n newly furnlslel rooms llhrnart.
I prlva tjmlly Aprly Cunhs place, tit Vln
ari sol IJiv,r Ms mA,-,w
TOR HIST lirnMirJroomwItsn Ho.lci.fcliy
1 -il'e In private family AiJres "O K llul
letln Ofhce j6 -If
pHOITRTY ATWAIAU' I OK ITAt-Two
tljtW lain uh opposite V alt ua Hotel, i.
as 1 are tf-r I fur ieas s ngly or as a wh Ie T ir
mrllnlar. ippl) lo Mis 6 keVainlau Piatl 1.F1
Pun hr- i.l S, ,.ct- 1,
TO I LT-Collijeon Klnau Si retm.n I'IIIum anj
I Kf -mm iku t ro is ln.'u4 n k Klien ani rath
room foimir'y o cuplej t- A T. Hrotk KintSi'
lurtniinlh ApplytoC U Collins K'ln. trct ir r
NuuL ,,sS '
CtiRNE'r LOT loisjao, Manna Valley. Kajliful
view, on main roiJ Arply l II. Uurneite, yi
A HARCAIN In a cheap h me rli.hl In town onl)
'"Sis P H llurnelte i Klnir Si
LOTS, cheap, easv terms, Kapio'anl Park and Ka
j.hutu I' H Uurnslli.iaKlnj-Sk
)n YEAR LEASE, 'mini ureet I I icxics rental
" St per month Applv P h turpet'i u Klne S
ETOH SAI r ,M thr On heum liar th re will be sol I
1 Clinke Wines, Liquors, lie, by lhu j- ass or
titl'e J. K Merseburj; ir'6-im
ITOR SLU Eamlly h use and surrer. Horse sc und
I ard ssfe Surrey In fwst-tla.scondlt en Ad
dress ; K Hullelln Ollicc. noj.if
FOR SALE-ritdroom Set and K'l Chen Table, al
most new $,, Apply this otfiije, ' S fi " ss-tt
Rcsiolnci: ikoim:kty ik sau:
locatloi the ptst In .Nuuanu Valley, comer uf
Judd and Llllha streets rim E Suhr premises con
sisting of about tour acres of 'and covered with beau
tiful la n trees ana tlants A so ispterdldreilden-e
twii cot ag's; comi lete barn and servants' n,uitter,
all I , first cltssconjillon lor further particulars
K'.!'!.,l'y'i7N IKUM INVtrsT-
L. I II. telephone, 1F4,
act) I nt 1
COR SALE OR LEASE-A duelling house, col
1 tae and lot, centrally located, within five blocks
of lit p stotlle, lotT.x,) suitable for Doctors or
Dentists ntfics and dwellln?, or for a business loca
llod Rent lieu per month Apply to GEAR. LAN
FOR SAI L $joo. Futnilureot , -roomed cottaf-t
near towa, with prlvlleee of renlfne cr Mage.
WILllAM SAVIDGE V CO..
as merchant M,
COR SALE-ritirld I Peach Trees and Cocos Wed
I dellana. Apply S W JORDAN
tT4lf ,e Fort St.
COR SALE-One ea h aK-a and 6 horsepower
1 MICT2& WCISS KLkOSFVIi OIL ENOIMS, (new)
Inquire if J fc.WMI.luiH, m King Si itii-lf
;OR SALP A few Imported milch cows.
J. M. VIVAS
THE bM s ceni cigar In town Is the "COLONEL"
to be had at tha Myrtle Cigar Store next to Or-
hum All kinds of Manila cigars a specialty
I OST at Madl Oral Hall last evening, a la'pe
t Cre.ce t Pear llrm ch I md.r will be sulubl,
rewrded h. I svlngat HullillnOlfice tilt It
LOST Cer ot epos't No Haw n favor ot M
t- 1 hiptnan, d ledTeb , 001. m H Jer
please leave at ulshop and C llank Payment has
I een slipped irri.iw
NEW T OIDAY
Second Battalion, First Regiment
National Guard of Hawaii.
Ho nlulu, 1 I., Feb. 20, loot
DATTALION ORDERS NO 23
In accord nee with Regimental orders
No1 11, Iw ed on the 18th Inst., th Com
mandrrs of Companies "II," ' C" and
G" Second Ba'tallon, First Rtglment,
Nitloial Guard of Hawaii, will .i-semble
their commands at the drll shed, under
arms, at 2:15 "Mock p.m on Friday, Peb
22. iqoi, prrptrutory to taking part In a
parade and rev ew.
Unfonn: Fatigue, white trousers and
Hv order of Major J M. Curara
(Signed) B. H. WRIGHT.
1770 it Fust Lieut ,1 d Adjutant.
The sletmcr City of Syi'ney, ( ity nf
Par anc Pern have been sold bv the Pa
cine Mall Stnni'hlp Co., ti .1 firm which
will operate them In the h me trade.
The "ZEALAND1A" brought us a shipment of
LADIES AND GENTS
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
Jas. F. Morgan
AUCTION EDR AND
-05 Queen 8tpt
Friday, Feb. 22nd
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen St , I
will .sell at Public Auction a large
AND SUPPLIES OF
Jas. F. Morgan,
I offer for sale at the residence of MR.
C. STERLING, on the Corner of
Pensacola St. and Wilder Ave.
Property has a frontaze of 100 feet on
I Pensa.ola street. 265 on Wilder and Thurs
ton avenues, and 200 on dividing line.
DWELLING HOUSE contains veran
da room, spacious erandas, double par
'ors, 2 large beJrooms, large bathroom
w Ith porcelain tub, etc., dining room, kit
FINE LARGE HOT HOUSE, stalls for
4 horses, carriage house, set vants quarters
GROUNDS nicely planted and com
mand .1 good view.
TEisMS and further Information at my
office, 6$ Queen street.
Jas, F. Morgan,
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
-Jcctro-Hydraullc Fowor Transmission
KEPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen stroet.
Offlce next to Pot.Coe. 1X21
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMATES rCBMSIIEU ON ALL KINDS OP
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
KAWAIAIIAQ bT r?EWALp,
iei. wnne 1221. r. u. uox sj2.
J-IMES T. TAYLOR,
M. An. Sac. C. B.
806 Judd Illock. Tola. OSS.
Honolulu Iron Works Co
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINUHY of every capacity and de
scription made to ordar. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrlgatlo.
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repaln
executed at tbortest notlc.
HAWAII SHIMPO SHA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,',
-- the only dally Japanese paper published
In tha Territory of Hawaii .... .
Y. SOGA. Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
Wf Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge King street. P O Box 007.
THIS PAPER 8 Baffin
tlfclntr stney. 64 ni 6 Mnclumi bxthinue, San
IraiclkC tatlfornli(wherecoiitract$ (or ajvrttltlnj:
ran be made tor It
Kino Job Printing at tha Bulletin
ARRIVR ! !
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Co
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER St LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meat nf
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. We
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
PISH -Sslmnfl TTallhltt Tenitt CttirMAn
Sole, Smelt, Shid, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
oass, trawusn, i-raDS, etc.
POULTRY AND OAMC Turkeys.Geese,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMnirrn MriTcUim( nnn eng
ages, fresh every day. tongues, Clipped
ncct, etc. aiso awcet ureaa, Drains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves Feet and
BUTTLR, Eggs, Cheese. Pickles, Ch3w
chow, Sauer Kraut. Appl-s, Pears, Grapes
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbige. A full supdIv
of Fruits and Vegetatles.
OYSTLRS-Fancy, large or small, 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 and prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
Careful Attention given to
. . CORNER FORT
' , AND MERCHANT STS
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
TIIL? INSTALLMENT PLAN,
IXUTCALd. AT TUB
AND SAVE 7 IT WILL PAY YOU TO
)v '" BUVrORCASII.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BEKETANIA ST.. NEAR FORT.
S. W. LLDlRI.lt,
It IS 1-. t i U
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