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EVENIKO BULLETIN, HONOLULU H. T SATURDAY, FEB. 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 SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Special Attention piild to
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY
Tel. Main 7S3. Laundry, Kawalahao St
Up Town Office In the OLD r.LITE PREMISES, Hotel St
jMiiiiMiiiiii 1 Mini Hi 111 mis 1 mil mum iinm iwiibwim mi an 1 1 i i nun iii TMiirwrirnwii,
1 S M V Wl.rWLH - -KT-
iSW A- i-r
-JiSi"' Trial vv' arosfe Ihoir
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In pursuance to an F ution lued out
of theSuprcm" r urt of the Itnltory of
Hawaii, on the 5th day of I'ebruaty, A D.
inoi.lnre matter of Antonio de Cot.i,
plantlff, vs. V. C. Cumn.lnRS, defendant,
I have, 01 this nth day of February, A.
L., 1001. levied upon, and shall expose for
sale at Public Auction, to the hlchest bid
der, at the PoPce Station, Kalakaua Hale,
In Honulu 11, Island of Oahu, Territory of
Hawaii, at 12 o'clock noon of Saturday,
the 16th day of March, A.D., tool, all the
right, title and Interest of the said W. C.
Cummlngs, defendent, In and to the fol
lowing described property, unless the
judgment, amounting to three hunJreJ and
twenty-five and 4-100 dollars, mtrrest,
costs and my expenses are prelously
All that certain property described In
that cert.vn mortgage dated October iMh,
1899, made by W. C. Cummlng and
John Alo-.cs Kealeha to V. II, Cuninilnc-,
trustee, for 5j?50oo, on whUh $zcoo.oo
has alrrajy bem p3id, aid duly r-c '-iC
In Liber 10G, Page 397, and more particul
arly described as follows :
1. Land sl'uate at Kapaikea, Honolulu,
Honolulu, Oiliu, being a portion of I..C.
A 127;, Apana 1, to Muokini, anJ the
same premises that were onveved to J
M. Kealoha bv deed of W . H. Cummlngs.
2. Land at Wa'kanlnui, Walluku, Maui
descrilied In L.C.A. 3330 to Lonohlwa,
containing an area c' it acres, and con
veed to the said W. C. Cummlngs, b
deed dated October 31st, 1SS1, and record
ed in Lll-er 72, page
3. 7 Mules.
4. 8 Dump Carts, Saddles and Harness.
5. 2 Wagons.
6. 1 Lot of Tools, Plows, Etc., Etc.
7. 2 Horses.
8. 1 Set of Harness.
9. 1 Stable, situate on South St., Hono
CHAKLES r. CHILL1NGWORTH,
Deputy Shrrlff, Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu. Oahu. i7uFcb 1 1,23.2 o.i s
Tenders for Paiai or Hard Poi.
OrFICXOFTIIfc BOARD OP HEALTH
HONOLULU, FEB- 16TII, 1901.
Sealed Tenders for supplying the Leper
Settlement, Molokal, with Palal or Hard
Pol for a period of nine months, ending
December jtst, 1901, will be rei.elved at
this office until 12 o'clock noon, WedneS'
day, Alarch 13th, 1901.
The bundles of Paiai or Hard Pol are to
be freshly made and properly wrapped In
kl leaves, to weigh not less than twenty
one (21) pounds net, and to be delivered
once a week at the Kalaupapa landing In
quantities ordered by the Superintendent,
averaging about four hundred (400) bund
let per week.
The contractor must file a bond with
approved sureties In the sum of one thous
and dollars ($1,000) conditioned for the
faithful performance of the contract.
The bids should be endorsed 'Tender
The Board of Health does not bind Itself
to accept the lowest or any bid.
By order of the Board of Health.
Secretary Board of Health
1 7C0-4t-1 0.2 3.2.9
All members of Court Camoes, No.
8110, A O. F., are requested to bo present
at the K. of P. hall. Fort street, at 11:30
a.m., SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 24, 1901.
for the purpose of attending the funeral of
their late brother, Wm. Perry.
Per order A. V. PETERS,
1772-it Chief Ranger.
Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd-
The stockbooks of this company will
be closed to transfers from Monday, the
25th of February, tintil Friday, the 1st of
March, both dates Inclusive.
H. A. ISENBERG,
1 772- it Treasurer,
TW i- SELECTED PACKED IN
, 'Ua LVWvrSinTm
' 1 -' ya;-jiiLitfj?jir
-. 7,;rT-"-- "-'":TI"irTiK
L JBBBtfMgfal'f ' Jffl;Q IJj.'lyfr
Silks, Flannels, Etc.
1 y) .'
THE CANS ARE
fi UW'I MMC
tni 1 orrTH's
.aTtswrs y '
Hawaiian Opera House
First Appearance in Honolulu
Supported hy Alcazar Co., un
der direction of BELASCO
Tuesday March 5,
Thursday, March 7,
Saturday Mat., March 9,
Saturday Night, March 9,
bepins MOMJAY, FEB.
at WALL, NICHOLS CO.
ISKUl! BONDS TO GUAIiANTUI
the faithful discharge of the duties of
Managers, Secfctarles, Cashiers, Book
keepers, Clerks of Banks, Silesmen,
Agents, Office-men, Officers of Soci
eties and Lodges, Employees of the
United States Government of the Cus
toms and Internal Revenue and Post
Office Departments,Collectors,Drl ers
of Delivery Wagons, Watchmen,
Shipping Clerks, Traveling. Sales
men, Contractors, Paymasters In the
Army and Navy, Importers and Ex
porters. Railroad and Street Railway
Assignees, Receivers, and all persons
holding positions of trust.
The Pollclesoi the Company Cover
Plate Glass, Including Lettering and
Embossing, and Plate Glass MJrrors.
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,
MJD1) BUILDING. rOHT ST.
All kinds of Carriage Trimming
done cheaper than at any other
V 1NEYARD ST. NEAR RIVER ST.
C. BREWER & CO.
,-i.ttitjfeL.. tar.ua. frsWfc tgafelli..
Weather Bureau. Punahou. February
23. Temperature Morning minimum,
04; Midday maximum, 75.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29,94. Itlslne.
Dew Point C2F.
Humidity nt a. m. 81 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb
ruary 23. Weather liazyj wind light
Saturday, Feb. 2).
Stmr Walaleale, Piltz, from Hana
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, from MoloKal.
Saturday Feb. 2J
Stmr M.inl. S.irka. for Haw ill.
Am bK u f t-neney, jonnson tor trie
Sound In ballast,
TO SAIL THIS AFTEnNOON.
Stmr Noeau Wyman, for Kauai. (Spe
cial trip no freight taken.)
Stmr W G Hall, Thompson, for Kauai
ports at 4 P m. '
Stmr Hanalel, Green, for Nawlllwlll
Ahuklnl and llinamaulu at 4 p m.
From Molokal, per stmr Lehua, Feb 2)
11 H Kahaulello. N Hacen. Miss E Sa-
bey, Miss A A Kunl. A O Sherueii, and 5
For Hawaii, per stmr Maul, Feb 2JF
Julian, Miss A P.menti.
(Continued from pago I.)
the floor of this House, ho did not par
ticipate In nny of tho doings of the
House. Tho Secretary of the Trrrltnrv
Is here In the performhnre of his duties.
til evinic as tlie Chief Justice, when he
Is called Into th Houso for tho pur
pose orvmlmlnJjrtcrlnB the oath of otllce.
Itcprcsnifftlve Hmmeluth followed
with n speech upon the Hockley resolu
tion nuil quoted several nuthorltles
from the second edition of the United
States Statutes Justifying his attitude
In endorsing the lleckley resolution.
After considerable discussion the
Dickey resolution was declared nut of
order hy tho chair. This brought the
lleckley resolution squarely before the
Houso for nctlon. and upon taking n
vote by ayes and noes the resolution
wns adopted, the result being 20 for and
9 against the adoption of the resolution
Secretary Cooper then nrosc and clear
ly defined his position, after which bn
wns escorted from the room by the ser-Kcant-nt-arms.
As Mr. Cooper paseil
down the nlslo towards the outer door,
an ominous silence pervaded every
portion of the House until ho had dis
appeared, when a great sigh ofrell-f
nroso over having closed chapter one
In tho proceedings of the Houso
Tho Scnnto was called to order
promptly nt 1 o'clock. Mr. Cecil llrown
announced that tho Joint committee of
the Senate and House had callcl on the
Governor and made him ncquilnte-1
with the fact that tho Legislature was
ready to hear his message.
Senator White asked to he allowed to
put a lengthy motion which he had li
typewritten, Mr, Cecil llrown j'ok
to a point of order, stating that the
message, of Governor Dole wai m hand
and that any message from the l'xecu
tle, took prec-edrnco over nnv other
business the Senate might hive on
baud The President sustained the
point of order of Mr. llrown and tho
secretary was ordered to rend 'lie mes
sage of the Governor.
It wns decided, on motion of Mr.
llaldwln, to have tho message tiaiwlnt-
eil nml printed In Hawaiian for tho bene
lit of the native members nnd that
the translation In tho Senate bo dls
At this point, Mr. white mndo ,1 mo
tion to the effect Hint the Declaration
of Independence be rend nnd sprem' on
the records of tho Senate, Mr. Cc'l
llrown moved that, everyone belli? n
qunluled with what Is set forth In H10
Declaration of Independence, that lh"
rending bn dispensed with and that the
Declaration of Independence bospiead
on the Journal of tho House. Mr. Hiovn
was ruled out of order.
Tho Declaration wns then rend In Un
gllsh and Hawaiian.
At 2:30 p. m.. the. Scnnto ndjourn"!
to meet again at 10 o'clock Monday
Tho members of tho House, Just
shortly boforo adjournment this fort-
noon were seen to rise In a body nnd
aw nit something or other, they did not
know- Just what. It seems that the
Speaker had got tho Impression t' at
tho Governor was nbout to make h's
appeal ance. when It turned out that
tho disturber of the peace of tho House
was only the sergeant-at-arms 0' tJie
Senate with a communication from that
body, the members looked very foolish
and sat dawn.
Deputy Collector Geo. C. Strnth
meyer nnd It. A. Mauiulay leave on
tho W. G, Hall this afternoon for Ka
uai to Inqulro Into tho presence thereof
several sealing schooners lately report
nl as nt Wnlinen If tho schooners nre
thoio they will bo notified that they
must como to Honolulu. If they nre
not thero tho customs men will have
nothing to do but Investigate their do
ings while there.
Tho wedding of Mrs. Hllza Crownlng-
berg and Arclhbald Robertson will
take place this ovenlng nt 8 o'clock nt
St Andrew's Cathedral, Ilcv. V. II.
Tho chinch 1ms been most beautiful
ly decorated for the ociaslon nnd tho
ceremony w'lll bo n very pretty one.
Following tho wedding thero will bo
n reception at the houso of tho groom's
parents,. Mr and Mrs. J. W. Robert
son, Nuuuiiu avenue
Th' ste iiticr. Nni 1 in1kr a spec'al f'i
to Ka'iil tlili,t'P"o 'with Col Snapld
dine. She will trkf no freight but bring
back a full load of .ugir.
A.iWit m .
'Jr. in Ibtt eotmmn u-itt hi tnttrtti
M tmtt hnt oni tnutticni ) ttnit tie
iHittnon$i to ttntt out wttk, o tmtt two uttkt.
aj oa emu out mtmta, lott met tDtapttz tavtf
Utimr txtt offtrtd tbi tt9ftt of oroun.
tflKCIAL NOT I Mi.
TRADESMAN S PROTECTIVE ASS'N. Sll
1 Emplnmcnt Bureau, pttronlitJ b eti iMdilnz
firms of tfit Territory ani bt pnjitlcf sor-UlnaNe
11 Ma goon DM , Corner of MertMntf AteVea
DIANOS TUNED ANI) REPAlNttl All kinds
of musical Imtrumeoft hinei anJ rtp
musical Imtrumeoft hinei anJ rtpilreJ
vears mm rente Leae orders nt i?o kr.p s
Lincoln lllixtc, or Hawaiian News Co JAS SHLR-
ear eiptricnce Leae orders at i?q km? sri,
id.n,i - iaiiotum:i).
vr itiMlihtd ravin? bualneas. or Sto.oo will en'
ftlc you to one-thlrj Interest In sme Address
"roc k" flu I If tin utfit.
CTfcNOGRAPHER VI IH SPARE TIME DURING
J business hours desires to attend to anotr
firm's correspondence at fif r' mcntri
M , tiuiieunomce
OTICE TO B1JLDERS The Union Express Co
nas win 1 n annu ruK -ale 15.nu
WANTED-AcotlAi?of6roomt. t b.th,
ci or unturnUheJ, rfasotiAblt r.nt.
tax O N ihU emep.
W'ANrCD Plvf M(llnfr boyl w.nlf J l one
Amtnckn Ma..nger nlc iTl'tt
11 ANTED ttlRhl Amnion bov (0 run r tnnj. ani
vv make hlm.l( encrMy uwful WKeSir
c.k ffrP'y ai "in omci - -
WANTED-Drhrr. I r LlRhl Wajonv EUCT
EMrtO HrNT ntkCAU, MAGOON RLt)., mer
MNTED-To O00J Cookl, SELECT EM-
lANTED-rinl- Help, lill. SrtFCT EM'
iM.nwicfrm.KBAU n uw
1 maooon nio
I IFEOrCFINVCTORIA WE HAVfc AUTII-1-
rntle Jlllnn. Huvof hnmt hMist. Outfit tff
S. C M ll.r & Co . P.mUnJ Orft,n. itM-81 oi
WANTED RrttAlllC MAN TO REPRESENT
an titttlih4 houe on tiUrv (jnod rn.itlnn
ti right rrty
AJJr.,1 l O
tlox 1. Portland,
WANTED A cxnJ dr.ilKmin. AJJrto P O.
Box T9. Honolulu. T. H. Il6t-iw
STEADY, Mrone minn mm. having many yesrt
xpf r'enct In larec whoiMatf tul m, and In
nftke of lire conlr ictor, Jm ret position of any
k n4. Pct ol rleren Aiireif ' (1 - " Hull
tin Oftice. itfn i
1AN1U A po4 xtrong hucjty hnn. U'anJ
v brel hor rtcrreJ. rr'y I" t)r. blopnett,
Proere. Block, irtn-iw
WANTED-Vour plumNnK to in
c'limr-'r All work cuarantced
ty a practical
WANTED-WATCIIES to r.palr by l et 1,
yrart ptrlnc O. DIEFZ, 4t Nuuanu St
YOUNtl MAN, Mfnorrarh.r anl nrrwtlttr, at
onct. AJtrn, "A N," Hullttln Offica.
THF OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM
I Oy.tcta tti n t!,e hll only Try hit
runout Ham ani Fte SinJwlcha anl Coffca Cor
Nuuanu ani Hilt' ttrrtti. WM. LUCAS, Proprietor.
nil) PAPERS TO EXCIUNOE lor claan Cot
J ton Ragi Appplv at Itull.tln Offica ufKi-tl
HOI? RENT Larpa front mom In private family
r rettlv turnKhci i&o School itleet between Tort
ani Emma. i,t If
HOW RENT A'fine ulta of office. In the Cummlni
piock on Kaanumaru at ppiy 10 isruce i.ari
wrlght. Merchant St
MEWLY FURNISHED ROOM torrent 180 Bert-
1 x tanla St opposite CcnI'a! Unlin Church
FOR RENT not IVterion'l lant, near King St
a room cottage unfurnlihei itto-ii
TO LrT-Too nely built cotlagei off Llllha St
t lutt above ictool pptyto
' WILLIAM bAVIDOE. & CO .
FURNISHED front room liooa month,
roomer ,) Vlneyari St near Nuuau
COR RENT Futnlshei rel Jtnce of Mr,. S Rolh.
r 'Klnau tnet. Apply to Mr. EmmettMay. niq
Lunairo aireei. itot-h
FOR RENT A pleaunt lull of rooma. with
without buari 144 lirretanla St , near Tort.
TO " ET New convenient ft rrom cottage, h.rlthy
locat -n ntaiw isvium Koaj
$ii nr month
CO!' RCNT Pl.Mint room to let, with rot and
I cotJbath eleilrk lliht aprlv Mr I M Tn-
lor rllow liou, Klmu t . ut (JAlapil irM-iw
-TO RENT f,ii newly lurnkhei roomv.lth boird,
prha-e family. Apply (.unlia place, Pit Vln
vard and River &tt tro.-e
COR lirNT lumWi.4rwn with r b'okx nf cln
1 centre In private unity Address O K llul
DKOPrRTY ATWAIALUA TOR IIASL-Tw.
1 lota at Wslilui. Iii.t opposite Wall ua Hotel ,tw
nre olfrp d fur lease a nzly or at a wh'le. I or
i.rs arpiy to sua. n. Kruaanuu rran.
TO 1 1 r Cottage on Klnau Si betmen Pllkoi and
heatimoku 7 ro mi Including kluhen anJ bath
room, fo-mtr y o.cupled bv A 1 Urock Rent Si
ps r month. AnlvtoC R. Collins, Kln; ttleet. i e.r
uuanu! it8 ,t
fVlRNEJ IOT ioiiXjoo. Minoa Vallev. beautiful
- slew on main road Apply I' II. Hurrvttc, jt
A BARGAIN In a cheap home right In town, only
" i r ii iiorneiio ,a Ning -si
I OTS, cheap.
L. p.hulu V
eass ttrma, kapiolanl Park and Ka-
-s Burnette, i King M.
o-i YEAR LI ASE, -mllh street. nt kxios. rental
Y,,at- rer monto ppls P H. Hurnetle si Klntf St
COR SL: At the Orr Ileum liar Iheie will be nil)
1 Choice Wtnei, 1 1 laor. I Ic . by the c asi or
.tmie j. is .stvrseruric
FOR SALE ramlly turse and surrey. Horse aound
and ssfe Surrey In tirst-slast condit en Ad
dress' G K ' Bulletin Oflicc.
COR SAIE-Redroom Set and Kl chjn Table. a.
most new, Si, Apply this otfae. "SO" ji-tf
pEMOL-sCi; I'HOPKRTV FOR SALH
V Location the best, In Nuuanu Valley, corner of
juj a ana Linna sirec-a 1 ntt c nunr premises, con.
slsilng of about four acres of land cosered with beau.
tlful la an, trees and r lants. A so a splendid residence,
two cut ags: comolete barn and servants' ounrtLrs.
all In first class condition Fur further particulars
!M'v.!!LlftwflUfN IKUST INVEST.
rjICNT CO., L
400 1 01
a tret i.
COR SALE Oli LEASE-A dwclllntr hous. col
tee ani lot, centrally locaiei, within flt Mocks
i( th p ( offlit ; lot txi is ultaMe (or Doctors or
ueniiki omceanj jwenine. r ror a pusiness loca
tlod K-fntliovrcr month. Arnly toGCAk. LAN
SING & CO. iTH-tf
COR SALE Ijoo, Futnlturaof j-roomei cottage
nrir iuwn, wiinpnviieKe 01 renin
( rentlntr cttliM.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
x6 Merchant St.
COR SALE Florlsli Peach Treei ani Cocoi Wei
Arrly S. W. JORDAN.
if fort St.
COR SALE-One earli aW-4 ani 6 horse power
I MIETZ & Ul KEtm&ENH fllL Fjni!stl- (rm
Inquire of J. Emmiluth. 141 King St Hi!!'
"OR SALP A few Imported milch cowt.
J. M VIVAS.
THE bet 1 cent ctgar In town li the "COLONEL'
to be had at t) Myrtle Clear Store next to Or
phtum All k!nJ of Manila dean a specialty.
I OST-A binchnf Uy-& Return to JUC, lli-
wallan fv, Co.. and receive mltatle rtward,
I OST at Miril Gras Hall last evening, a Urge
- Cresce t I'un Urorch I Indcr v III he kultatlv
1 warded bv leaving at Hulletln Oltice if6t)jt
I OST Cerl of eroslt No. i-uw. In favor of M
I- h Chepman, dited Fib 1, .gai, Siu. H'der
leas, leave at filshop and Cj. Uank.
BpreckelH to Stop Ovep.
John D. Sprcckels, who recently
passed through hero In tho Ventura oh'
the way to tho Colonies tho other day,
vylll return here, In the snmo boat. It
Is his Intention to remain ten, days In
Honolulu tit that tlmo, catt-hlng the
next through steamer of tho Oceanic
lino and returning to Ban Francisco In
The Wjl.ile.nle arrived from Hanamiulu
this morning with 1550 bags of H M sugir.
she experienced roucn weather on the trln
nd especially at Wafmra, Kllauen and
Ananon is tne weaiiierexttemeiyDaj.
I he little chnoner Lady has been given
thorough nverhnullnic and in her new
coat of paint louks like a pleasure yacht.
Black and Galvanized
Pipe and Fittings.
Common and Lunkenhelmer
Globe, Angle, Gate and
. . .Full Line of Ground Key Goods .
CALL FOR PRICES.
B. O. HALL & SON,
Jas. F. Morgan
AUCTIOIN EER AND
-05 Queen Street
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the residence of the late Mrs Auld on
Waikllsl road near King street. I will sell
at nubile auction bv order of the admlnls-
trator the pergonal etiects and nousenoiii
- .. ... . . .
'urnlture consisting in part ol
Koi anl oak beds. bureaus, washstands.
camphor wood bureau and wardrobes,
White Sewing machine, chandeliers, mir
rors, meat safe, stove, crockery, glassware,
a phaeton, brake, harness and a large num
ber ol I'uniu, kou, ipuKai caiaoasnes ana
plates, as well as many old and valuable
Hawaiian tapas and mats. Also a large
mat-covered puttee, or native bed, which is
sild to be almost the only one left In the
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 frontage of too feet on
fensaiola street, 205 on Wilder and rtiurs
ton avenues, and 260 on dividing line.
DWELLING HOUSE contains veran'
da room, spacious verandas, double par
lors, 1 hrge bedrooms, large bathroom
wun porcelain tub, etc., dining room, Kit
FINE LARGE HOT HOUSE, stalls for
t horses, carnage hjuse.seivants' quarters
GROUNDS nicely plantej and com
mand a good view.
TEhMS and further Information at my
omce, 05 vueen street.
Jas, F. Morgan.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Snperlnlondlns;
Electrical ? Hydraulic
IHoctro-rijiIraulle Power Transmission
KKTOKTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Offloe nert to Prx..9ce. 121
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMATES FURMSMEU ON ALL KINDS OF
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
KAWAIAHAO ST.. KEWALO.
ici. wmie 1221. r. u. uox 552,
n nil t. rss Js .
LAMES T. TAYLOR,
t00 Judd Block. Tele. 6SS.
Honolulu Iron Works C
Improved and modern 8UOAR III
CHINERY of every capacity and d
scrlptlon made to order. Boiler wort
nnd RIVETED PIPES tor lrrlgaUot
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notlcsv
HAWAII SHIMPO SHA
The Pioneer Japanese Prlntlnz office.
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHlMPO,
tht only daily Jptnet piper publlthtJ
In tht Territory of Hawaii . , . , .. .
Y. SOGA, Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
I6T Editorial and Printing Office, near
Kll ng brl dge King ttrret. P O Box C07.
THIS PAPER Wff J'VVjfc
tl.lne Acency 64 anJ 6j, Merchants Lxchan.?. San
rranciCs, Lmirurnii.wncrv contracts Tor ajvirililng
can lie miJe lor ll
Flno Job Printing at tha Bulletin
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Conatantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
thl Pnit. Nsthlntr hlt.r K. K BJ.
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Shad, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND G AME Turkeys.Oeese,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKbD MEATS-Hams, Bacon, Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
DUTTLR, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles, Chaw
chow, Siuer Kraut. A"-l i. Pears, Grapes
Potatces, Onions Ca ,u. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTERS 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.
Willie putting new fixtures in
your bath-room, at least
Design and 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 INSTALL.UENT PLAN,,
BUT CALL AT THE )
AND SAVE 25 IT WILL PAY YOU TO
""" BUY FOR CASH.'
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERET ANI A ST., NEAR FORT.
P. O BOX 5)5. S. W. LLDrRER,