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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.,- MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1901.
I- e -!
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.
Speclul Attention puld to
Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY
Tel. Main 73.
Up Town Office
n the OLD
and Spreckles Line
20th Century Vehicles
Our buyer, who left herein December, purchased
for us the latest novelties in Vehicles, Harness, Robes,
Whips, and I amps, to
The Runabouts, Surreys
finished and are supplied with
GLAD TO HAVE YOU CAI.I ANY TIME.
We make and repair harness. We carry a full line of all
parts pertaining to vehicles, springs, axles, wheels,
carriage hardware, horse shoes, iron, etc.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.,
Day Block, Beretania St., -:- Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Opera House
First Appearance in Honolulu
Supported by Alcazar Co., un
der direction of BELASCO
Tuesday March 5,
Thursday, March 7,
Saturday Mat., March 9,
Saturday Night, March 9,
Sale begins MONDAY, FEB. 25th,
at WALL, NICHOLS CO.
IHdlle. Antonia Dolores.
Aitl.t.4 ny ...
Mr. Robert Cliirance Newell
SOLO PIANIST, will ghe one concert only it
The Hawaiian Opera House
FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 8, 1901
RrtmvJ Strati, sec an $1.00.
On salt at Walt. Nlcholi A Co.. LJ.. March 4th,
ion. tat rftrveJ by telephone will b In 14 until
noon ol the Jay of the concert.
DlkbCTK'N-Hl LAiCO A THALL
This concert Is itpjnlhunt to th music lovers of
Hon. lulu trm Its belnjr iti only appearanc her In
concerto! Mr. New II in tils tour abroad wlih MJlle.
Dolores. The jmtly hlh esteem In which Jt. Newell
Is hM bo'h as a musician and as a man. will ensure
him a great Reception,
!97$tl I F STONE, Duslness Manager,
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving trie"- pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the rBust
m CHce. Telephone itf
THIS PAPER c ducTs V.'J;
ttineEncy. 64 anJ 61, Mttciunti Fxchinj., sn .department. That's why wo aro turn
Fr.i!;'VJr'".nl''W,,er,C0",r''C,,'0r'JV,,,l,'"1'lln8 ot the best Job work In town.
Laundry, Kawaiahao St.
ELITE PRLWISES, Hotel St.
be tound in the United
They Imve just arriv
ed and the exhibit isone
worthy of your attention
-they comprise the best
to be found in a market
that is noted for its su
perior style, design and
and Buggies are superbly
the latest inventions : Rub
ber Fires, ball Bearing
Axles, and Quick Shift
ing Shaft Couplers.
We keep In stock full
line of Suyies, Ph.i
tons, Buggies, Cabrio
lets, Landaus, Victorias
C.irb, Traps, Sulkies,
" Name on Every Piece."
FOR SALB aV
LEWIS & CO.,
240! 240! 240!
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
GO CENTS EACH
On sale at omce of , . .
THE . . .
Cheap labor means cheap work. Tho
lliilletln Publishing Co. employs men of
I experlenco and artistic skill In tho job
Easter Vacation Notice.
The Government Schools througho.it
the Ter.llory will close for the Easter
Vacation en Thursday, April 4th, and will
reopen for the next term on Monday, April
By order of the Department of Public
C. T. RODGERS,
l779-t ' Secretary.
In the Circuit Court of the First
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii.
ORDER FOR A SPECIAL TBRM
Deeming It essential to the promotion of
Justice, 1 do order that a special term of
the Circuit Court of the First Circuit be
held In the Judiciary Building in Honolulu
commencing Tuesday, March the 19th, A.
D., loot, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of
said day and continuing for the period
provided by law.
Done at Chambers thlj tst day ef March
A. D., toot.
The foregoing order Is hereby approved.
Dated March 1, tool.
(Slg) W.F. FREAR,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the
Territory of Hawaii. 17713'
Water Rates-Honolulu Water
Section 1. For bulldl'igs occupied
by n single fnmlly, envoi Irm a gtound
surface of (not Including open
Squnro feet. 1 Story. 2 Stories.
0 to COO $ C.Oa $ U.UO
flOl to 800 7.00 10.00
801 to 1000 8.00 12.00
1001 to 1200 y.oo 13.00
1201 to 1400 10.00 15.00
1401 to 1C00 11.00 lt.,00
1C01 to 1800 12.00 18.00
1801 to 2000 13.10 19.00
2001 to 2300 14.00 21.00
2501 to 3000 13.00 22.00
3001 to 330O IC.Ou 24.00
35ul to 4000 17.00 23.00
4001 to 1500 1S.00 2-.00
4301 to 5000 19.00 2S.00
5001 to 5500 20.00 30.00
5301 to CU00 21.00 31.00
For all houses ono story In height,
coverlnK an nrea greater than six
thousand squaro feet, there shall lie
added ono dollar for ench additional
flvu hundred square feet or fraction
thereof, and tho further sum of so
per cent of tho first floor rato for each
Whero a house or building is occu-
Died by moro than one family tho
ccnernl rato for each additional fnm
lly shnll bo tlirce-nunrtprs (91) of tbo
foroRoIng rates, except whero two or
moro families occupy tho snmo floor,
In which case the rnte for enrh fam
ily on the samo lloor shnll be the rato
ror tho lloor surrnro occupieti ny sucn
family, according to the foregoing
Note. The general rate Includes wa
ter for genornl household purposes,
but does not Include any of tno fol
lowing specified rntcs:
Section 2. For horses or mules. In
cluding water for washing vehicles:
For 1st horse. J3.00 per annum.
For 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th horse, $2.00
per annum ench.
For Cth to 50th horse, J1.00 per an
For 51st and nbnro, $.75 per annum
For 1st cow, $l.nO per annum each
For 2d, 3d, 4tli anil 5th cow, $1,070
per annum each.
For Cth cow and above, $.75 per an
Section 3. Irrigation, whero con
fined to such four (4) hours of the
day as aro published from tlmo tu
tlmo by tho Superintendent of Water
Works, at tho rato of one-half cent
per squaro ynrd per annum; no an
nual charges to be less than ($5.00)
Irrigation, where tho hours aro not
restricted, three cents per square
yard per annum; minimum charge as
Section 4. Stores, banks, bakeries.
offices, warehouses, saloons, groceries,
eating houses, barber shops, butcher
shops, book binderies, blacksmith
shops, confectioners, hotels, lodging
houses, boarding houses, churches,
halls, laundries, photograph galleries,
printing ofnees, steam engines, green
houses, markets, market stalls, horso
troughs, soda fountains, and other
places of business each to bo charged
according to tho estimated quantity
Section 5. Water snail bo furnish
ed nnil delivered to shipping lying
alongside nny of tho wharves on tho
wnterfront where water pipes or
mains aro laid, between tho hours
of fi o'clock n. m. and C o'cTock p. m.
dnlly, nt tho rato of one-half cent per
(Signed) J. A. McRANDI.F.SS.
8ttpt. Public Work
Honolulu, February 11. 1901.
Shot Two llorc fop (ilnnilcrH.
Dr. J. II. Shaw leturncd Sunday
morning from Walluku, whero ho was
sent to Inspect reported enses of tho
glanders among horses. The arts con
cerning tho outbreak of glanders anil
Dr. Shaw's disposition of tho matter
wero covered In tho despatch recelvot
by wireless telegraph last Saturihy.
After tho sending of tho telegram,
no further cases wero found. Dr. Shaw
said to a Bulletin reporter this morn
ing: "Thero Is no danger of nn epi
demic of glanders at 'Walluku. I found
two cases, one at tho Iao stables In
Walluku and ono nt tho Kehol plantt
tlon, both of tho horses were shot. Ono
wns a Hawaiian bred and the other was
a horse Imported several years ago.
Thero was no means of tracing the
sourco of tho disease. Resides those
two eases thero wero even no other
Tuts Jay ....
Monday .. ..
Full .Moon on the 4th Inst at 9:34
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Surrey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157 30. The
time whlstlo blows at 1:30 p. m., which
is the saruo as Greenwich Oh, Om.
Masters of vessels sailing from tbis
pott for San Francisco will find there
a branch 01 tno u. a. iiyurograpmc
flmcq located In the Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for thir
ncneflt free of charge, completo sets
of charts rrnl directions of the world.
Latest Intoimatlon can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to occin
Weather Bureau, PunaHou, March 4.
Temperature Morning minimum,
GS; Midday maximum, 71.
Barometer at 9 a. in. 30.0C. Rising.
Dew Point C0F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 70 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, March
I Weather clear; wind Btrong NK.
Saturday, Mar. 2.
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, from Hllo and
Gas schr Malolo.from Kauai.
Sunday, Mar. 1.
Stmr Claudlne, Pjrker, from Maul ports.
Stmr Lehua, Dennett, from Molokal
Stmr Hanaltl, Greene, from Kauai ports.
Stmr Walaleale, Plltz. from Kauai ports.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, frjm Kauai ports.
U S tug Eleu, from Kauai.
Am schr John A Campbell, Smith, from
Stmr W G Hall, Thompson, from
.MoUUal with members of the Legislature
Monday, Mar. 4.
Am bgt J D Spreckles, from Guam,
c Anchored outside.)
Br stmr Wytfieid. Gow, 12 days from
n Francisco. (Put In for coal.)
SaturJav Mar. 2.
Am schr C E Falk, Hennlngsen, for the
ouna in nauast.
Stmr Keauhnu, Mosher, for Hono'
kaa anJ KuWulhaele.
A-II SS Ameilcan, McDonald, for Ka
Sunday. .War. ?.
Am bk R P Rlthet, Mcl'hall, for San
l-ranclsco witn sujtar.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
StmrVVG Hall, Thompson, for Maka1
well at ? p m.
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, for Molokal ports
it 5 pm.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
OSS Mariposa, Rennte, for San Fran!
Mmr Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and way
jortsat 12 m.
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, for Maul and
way ports at 5 p m,
From San Francisco, per O. S. S. Atari
oosa, March 2. W R Uouclas and wife.
I II Gray and wife, H Gutzslt and wife,
P C Handy and wife, J A Helnebetg and
vlfe. II S Hull and wife. J M Ltnznecker
tnd wife, J J Voegtly, Mrs VoeEtly, .Mrs
f. i t senDeise. Mrs 11 Ninao e ua anl
child. Mdme Vandnur. Miss C L AbSott.
Mrs S M Ballou. C Arper, S T Berry. C
A Blsbee, Mrs II Biood, F J Calif, Miss
VoeKtly, J C Flanders. Miss F Mulfantl,
H L Taft. Miss L Armsbv. Mrs W
Corey, H Corey, Win Corey, Allss C
Crosby, Mdme A Dolores, J J Dunn,
1 rti r-erguson, 1- uerson, miss i-iorence
Roberts, Miss I M Taft, Jas Glen, Mr
c Graf, P K Guild, L E Corbln. C E
Marsh. J W Walker, G T Walker.
Wlss Mc J Gray, Miss E GregK. Miss
vi Shanahan, M L Vlrden. Mrs J A
Hasslncer, P Henderson. Miss M How
H W Johnson. Louis Kenake, R Kirk,
t ti 1.11US.IY. .miss fc may. J L McuomD.
.Miss E F Smith, Mrs At Wlchman and
child. Miss W McDonald, U W Mercer,
M 1.0 Ua.aii U I-? 1 M avap ifv M trf
'1113 UICIICI, 111133 -. ItlClkCI, Tll illUUIS,
Paul Neumann. Mrs G P Rcxford. O N
Reynolds, Miss S Rosetta, J H -with,
Miss A Conner. J D McKemle. C Mnn-
aine. - Moore. J Morris. 11 Ne veil,
j no reuroia, -apt retry, a Kooerison,
F Rudlck, Col G C Stone, K Atkinson.
From Hawaii and Maul, per stmr Klnau,
Mar 2-Paoa Itu. A W Lewis. W Prestlce.
Rev S Conder, Miss E AtcDonald, Lee
GUI ert. Miss Haney Kapuaa, Rev J T
Duras, Elder W T Phillips, Miss Inaka, S
laka, Miss C Wight, Pat Murphy, A
Moore, w fe and two children. Judee W
L Stanley, R S Moore, T E Richardson,
V A Robinson, G Allen and wife. G E R
Cutter, J W Pratt. C Kaiser, P lsenb.rg.
S Peck and bride, A Well, W II Mixer B
tr M-Ann.n r m Tni.i.r n ..'...
C W Johme'n. Rev O W Gullck and
wife. J S Ra stom and 01 deck passengers,
From Maui, per stmr Claudlne, Atar 3
I Hutcheon. R W McCleod. W S Skinner.
W BerlowlU. H Y Ahhlen, P A Klakona,
G Zlthert, Miss Tllton, Mrs Hanauml,
.Miss A Kamaka, I- J Douse, wl'eand
Child, G Dearborn, Lapham, W At Alex
ander, J P Cooke, K Aoni, F H Haysel
den, J I. Coke, A S Cautln, II A Bald
win, wife, two children and two servants,
Mrs K W Filler, child and seivunt, Miss
B Mossman, Miss K Mossman, Miss I
Mossman, Mrs W F Atossman, H B Well
er, E P Alable. F W Holsteln, Ben Bruns,
D Dorward, H Longton, C E lnnes,,An
drew Adams, J It Josepa, S Kelllnul, W
Farrant, J R Shaw, R P Lewis, Mrs Es
plnda and son, Miss M Chrlstofferson and
3C on deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Hanalel, Atar 3
Miss Hackborth, Miss Curtis, D Eguclil,
S Saganl, Geo Rolgh, J Kopke, Yamaga
ha, Nakamura, Braymer. Gilbert, V-aptaln
Ward, Young, Willing, Mr and Mrs Slnw
moto Alls blmamoto, Miss Causon, Atrs
Wool, Malar Wood. Miss L Causon, W
Causon, J Koa, F Wood, K Erlckson, A
Klbllng, W Carrott and 36 on deck.
For San FrancUcn, per bark R P Rlthet,
Atar 3 Mr and Airs Aterrlcburt and 2
children, Chas Jones, At T Lowden.
Adt, in In totumn u1lt h initrttl
II ttntt 4 tint on tnurHont II ttntt tw
imtttientt to ttntt on with, 40 ttntt two tettkt
J J W ttntt en montr. if 11 him tttitmt navir
rtn-fr tvtr ojtfti tbt ftoflt if Honilnln.
TRADESMAN'S I'ROTCCTIVE ASSN. Select
I Empto)irent Dureau. patronized by the leading
firms of the Territory anJ rt positions obtainable
it Ma goon Dld , Coiner pf wenhaM and AleVea
PIANOS TUNFt) ANt REPAIRED All kinds
of mus'cal Initrumenfs tuned and repaired jo
vears ep rUnce. Leave orders at irq Klnr street.
Lincoln Htck. or Hawaiian News Co. JAS SHER.
ilANTED-t'ARTNH WITH !.. IN AN
vv estiMlihed cavlnr business, or Strn eo will en
(tie you m tntrtird Interest In sme. AJJres
BOCK' Hulletin trTife, .
CTFN()(jRAPMER Willi SP'RE TIMEDUrtlNa
business hours desires to attend tn another
firm's corresronJeme at In rermtnth
H Hutletm oitice
NOTICE TO BttlLPERS-The Union Eatress Co
has WHITE SAND FOR ALE t$t1
WANTED A bright young man toad as billing
and recetvlne clerk In a wholesale grocery
house. AdiressJ'W carejoUhls omce ,.,,.'9'
WANTED licenced Mates anJ Second MatM tot
local steamer. pply to lnterlstand Steam
Navfratlon Co., ltd. Qirfntrret ml-tf
A GENTLEMAN Mlvate mire Jestres a rosltlon.
rt AJdrets Harold, N. )8, DeretanU St. i?t8-iw
I IFEOFQ'JnENVCTORIA. WE HAVfi AUTH-L-
entlc eJltlon. Ruv of home h uie. Outfit fret
S. C. Mitler & Co . P wttanJ, O egon, i'f-81-eoi
WANTED-REMAniX MAN TO REPRESENT
an istablliheJ house on ala Good rosltlon
to rtght panv
AdJress P O
Bo B, Portland,
ROOWS desired In private f amity, by young man.
Good character, no habits (jerman fan-iiv pre
P. ). Flox 66j.
llooikeeper thoroughly competent de
sires pltlon Best city retertntes. AJdress
WANTfD-A cotUceof 6roms. t bath, furnish
ed or unfurnished, reasonable rent, AdJress
NxON 'his office.
WANTED bright American boy to run erranJs an
vv make htmself eeneraltv useful Wares Si te
eV. Arpty tt this office
WANTED-nrtver f -r lgh Wagons. ELECT
VV CnPLOVMtNT tlt'trlAU, MAQOON BLD., MER
CHANT AND ALIkEA.
UANTED-Two Good Cooks. SELECT EM-
WANTED-remale Help, white. SELECT EM
PLOVMrNT BL'PEIU, II MAOOOHnLtl.
WANTED Your plumbing to do, by a practical
plumber All wmk guaranteed. J. N. bhafcr
ti Qjeen St. near Alaltea. iTjt'im
WANTED-WATCHESto repair by Jeweler ofjs
yearsexperlei.ee. G. DIETZ, airNuutnuSt
stenoeraeher and trrewrlter.
once. AJJress "A N.
OLD PAPERS TO EXCH NGE for clean Cot
ton Rasa Atrntv at flultettn Office niVj.tf
PR RENTHoute keeping rooms Tofaee
King St. Apply F, E.KING.
FURNISHED front room $100 month No other
roomers u Vineyard St near Nuuanu trtl-iw
iOTTAGE AT WAIKIk'1-A roomvfotlaxa adioln
V- log premises of tlte late James Campbell Isto
let. For terms apply n Mrs. Abble K Campbell on
me premises or in , ecu iirown ana j kj. .aner.
PR RENT Large fnnt room In private family,
netv furnished. 16a School street between Fort
and Emma. 177s tf
COR RENT A fine suite of office In the Cummins
block on KaahumanuM. Aprlv to Uruce Carl-
wrlght, Merchant St.
TO LET Two newly built cottages off L II I ha St.,
lust above school. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE. At CO .
TO ' ET New convenient A rrom cottage, healthy
location. Insane Asylum Road Sis per month.
ranny airaucn l7W"ew
TO RENT To newly furnished rooms with board,
prlva'e family Apply Cunha place, bet Vln
ard and River Ms tTa-sw
COR RENT Inirnlshed room with n t Hocks of city
1 centre in private lamny. AJJress "U.K. itui
r': -.".:... v -. "": .
nsot. are oferd for lease s nglv or asa wh-le,
lots at wiiaiuj. ust orrolte wiiui Motel, too
particulars apply to Mrs. E. Kekaanlau Pratt, tcCt
run.nrai t. it
FOR SALE Easy riding surrey, firs'-c'ass condl
t tin. Can he wen t II jwiliin f irrlt In .
pueen St., nppQsht Judiciary building J. J. llelsrr.
r, u iiox 19, .nsMt
CORNER LOT, iooxmo. Msnoj Vallev. beautiful
view, on main toij, Apply P. II. Uurnette, j
k Ing street.
A BARGAIN In a cheap home, rltfht In town, only
$80. I. H Uurnette. it King St.
I OTS, cheap, eatv terms. Kaplolanl Park and Ka--
pahulj. P. H Uurnette, ,1 King St.
OH YEAR LEASE, Smith trret, irt kxioi. rentat
Sac per month. Arply I1 1 Hurnet'e. Ktnr St
FOR SALF At the Orpheum liar there will be sol J
Choice Wines. Lljuora. ttr . hv ih emnr
Vdttle J, K. Merseburg i?C6tm
COR SA E ramlly horse and turrey. Horse sound
' ardsale, Surrey In tirst-tlassconJIt en. AJ
dressG K " Bulletin Office uootf
Hidroom St anJ Kl chen Table, al
most new. $iy
nppiy inn omce. " a . 4-u
COR SALE $oo. Futnltureof j-roomed cottage
- nr town, who privilege or renting cjmce.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE fi CO..
k6 Merchant St.
FOR SALE-One each t-a and 6 horse power
. MICTZ & wcisSKtPOSEMJ OIL ESGIMS, (new)
Inquire of J. EwwCLttTH. taKIng St. i?i-tf
LOST Long haired terrier no cuMar, young, sits up
Pleae notify Geo. L. Blgelow, Klnau Street, be
tween Victoria and PenwCole ittSiw
LOST The following Checks on the Banking House
of BISHOP & CO.. Issue! by us. have Wen
lost and payment tf same has been stoppej, vli
No. ioj-$y In favor of Leong Wo Wal
" it6 no
fT flV9 " M '
all dated rCBRUARr tTt 1901.
We " htrefore warn anyone against negotla'lng the
sane. Honolulu. March e, 1Q91,
iTT-tf m Afents for owners.
I OST-A Toldlng Pocket KuJak In a leather case
L- rn Mount Tantalus, between Dr. Cocrers and
Schmidt's place, SunJay, February t4. Return to
The Washington Mercantile Oi and receive reward
LOST A diamond shirt stud.
return ti Hawaiian Hotel.
Liberal reward for
I OST A bunch of kes Return to JBC, Ha--
wallan News Co., and receive suitable reward.
FOUND A bunch of keys.
Call at Bulletin Office,
Local photographers expect
a rush of work in consequence
of the law requiring photo
graphs of each applicant.
KING BROS, are well pre
pared to do their share of the
business, having on hind all
necessary supplies, which wire
ordered long ago with this in
Regulations will be strictly
observed, and first class work
guaranteed to each customer
at lowest price.
Corner Hotel and Union Sts
Henry II. Williams, tho progressive
undertukH', Is enlarging lilu undertake
Ing parlors nnd adding largely to his
Block and Galvanized
Pipe and Fittings.
Common and Lunkenhelmer
Globe, Angle, Gate and
...Full Line of Ground Key Goods...
CALL FOR PRICES.
E. O. HALL & SON,
Jas. F. Morgan
11 OB Queen Street
( FOR SALB!
1 offer for sale at the residence of MR.
C. STERLING, on the Corner of
Pensacola St. and Wilder Ave.
Property has a frontage of 100 feet on
Pensacola street. 26s'on Wilder and Thurs
ton avenues, and zGb on dividing line.
DWELLING HOUSE contains veran
da room, spacious verandas, double par
lors. 2 large beJrooms, large naiiuoom
with porcelain tub, etc.. dining room, kit
FINE LARGE HOT HOUSE, stalls for
4 horses, carriage house, sei vants' quarters
GROUNDS nlcelv nlante! and com
mand a good view.
TERAtS and further Information at my
office, 65 Queen street.
Jas, F. Morgan,
OP BOSTON, MASS..
will hold Exhibition and Sale on
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, .
MARCH 7th, 8th and nth, only; at
HAWAIIAN HOTEL PARLOR 16. De
corative Art Embroideries, both finish
ed pieces and those ready to work,
Also New designs In Burnt Wood
Novelties, including the new Serving
Trays. Fruit Bowls, Etc., to which
the Ladles of Honolulu are cordially
.00 BOOK FOR ONLY $2.90
Manner's Standard Horse and Stock Book.
A complete iJctori
tl cncjiloiaau o'
buolc contain, man;
hftlitrto unknou u or
and educatf return
DirtmenU Ui ote(
to horai, cattle
iheep ud twine; alu
lure, Including thl
1,200 paect. ovei
absolutely the fiscal
ana moat valaablt
farmtra' book lath.
World. It al.o con
taim i7 aptclal col
ored plats., if 70c
defclre this book, send
ua our special offer
price, $3.90, and w
will forward tbo book
to you. If It la not
satisfactory, return It
and wenlll exchange
it or refund youi
none? Bend for out apeclaiiliustrated catalogue,
luolln? tho lowest price, on books, FEEK. t
an save J ou money. Address all orders to
THE WERNEW COMPANY,
iM.a.rs sol X.sif.tlur.rs. Akron, Ohio,
(Tti. W.in.r C.mpioy I. iheuahljr r.ll.tl..-.LJitM
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Conatantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Ateats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be Uad. W
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 OAAtn Turkeys.Geesa
Chickens, Quail. Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKrn MFATS H.imt. Krrn sii.
ages, fresh ever)- day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains.
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
miTTt-'D PtriTc riiMt. pi.mm rkA....
chow, Sauer Kraut. Applts, Pears, Grapes
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage. 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.
While putting new fixtilres In
your bath-room, at least
Design and prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke, I '
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
AND MERCHANT STS
DON'T BUY VOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLAtENT PLAN,
BUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE IT WILL PAY YOU TO
" "t UUY TOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERETANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
P.O BOX 535. S.W.LLDIRCR,
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