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EVENING nULMTri.V, HONOLULU. II T. MONDAY. NOV 4. 1901.
SHIELD FOR WOUNDS.
A new Intention has liccn mado to
Iiold( n shledu for attachment to a
musical splint or to be used In con
nection with plaster of Paris or other
fcrm of ImnilaRO for the treatment and
jnotectlon of wounds, and also for tho
are of bolls, enrbunc les and the like.
In the case of a set ere flesh wound It
Is not desirable to rcmoe the splints
nt each treatment and It Is the olflce
of this shield to facilitate access to
the wound direct. With its aid It Is
jKXslhle tn preent contact of the sort
rart with nn thing liable to Injure, or
bruise it In any manner, and thiro Is
Jin dnnisir of dislocating a small pins
tut or loth laid over the wound. Th
nit shows the delce attained to the
mm to proteit a bolt, with straps to
bind It on the aim. The protcVtlns
rocr Is thrown bark to expose the In
tirlor tor treatment. A intcu is pro
MiIhI to hold me rover in a tiosen po
sltlon nfti r treatment. In case of bod
wounds the straps may he replaced by
strips of adhesive.- plaster, which are
lined through the ovclcts nud fasti n
oil to the sltln. IMvvnrd Shears, of
I.nkotn, Not th Dakota. Is the Invcntm
l'ormir President .rue-Rcr of tlia ,-
Tmniivnnt has now hetti In llurope a I
J till WIIIIMUV III,... Ill ,,J i.kiu)', ...4
Miti reign except ()nein Wllhelmlna,
and she was nowcrUss to support a
ilemnnd I'm Inti mutton aKninst (Innt
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 50S, 509. 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P.O. BOX 834. - - 1EL. MAIN7
All Masses of Engineering Work solicited; examinations. Surveys and Re
ports mado for any class of Waterworks. Stiam nnd KIcctric Construction,
Plans and Specification and Estimates Prepared, and Constriction Superln
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited (or Roll
roads. Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, HlgbAays, Founds,
tlons. Piers, Wharves, etc
Special attention given to Einnilnatlons, Valuations, and Report o.
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. 8oc C. A,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
Ever) body likes good things to cat
We have just opened n flna assortment of
some, of the following kinds:
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Scottish Rite Degree Work.
Rose Croix Regular.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of the or
der are cordially Inv Ited to attend
meltings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening ul "iS'J
Is Harmony Hall, King street.
C. CHARLOCK. N. tl.
E. R. HENDRY, Seculnry.
All visiting brothers veiy cordially
, MYSTIC" LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Meets overy Tuesday cvculug at 7:3
o'clock In Harmojy Hall. King street.
Vlslung brothers cordially invited to
II. J. GALLAGHER. C. C.
A. E. MUlu'HY, K. It. 3
OAHU LODGE, NO. 1, K. ot P.
Meets every Friday evening nt Hjr
mony Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lodge, No. 'I, and visit
ing brothci h cordially invited.
0. ERICSON, C. C.
r ALt ilED ARLNDT,
K. of It. nnd S.
Miniatures on Porcelain,
Miss Caroline Haskins
Telephone Main 259.
Studio, King Bros, Hotel St.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER
will retelvo a limited number of pupils
Term commencing on and after Sep
1024 Ileretanla St.
Madame A. Schoellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
fn daises or private leesons.
Residence Extension of Hotel St,
opp. Adventlst Church.
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Company
Tolephono the rVENINO Ill'LLH-
TIN, Main 2D6, If you hnvo hooks to ha
made, printing to bo done, etc., (tc.
and wo will call. Wo have men thnt
know their business for that purpose.
Servos an early light break-
fast suitable for this climate
consisting of Ham and Kggs.
all kinds of Sandwiches, Cold
Ham. Hot Ilium and Dough-
nuts. Sweet Milk, Ten, Choeo-
Into and the finest cup of Ko-
na Coffee In the city, tanging
In price from 10c up. and
ready nt 5:30 n. m.
- -It nlso serve a light dall
lunch, ready nt ll:3n a. tot.
and convenient for those who
want quick serlic
l'oiket lunihes. Intituling
ham, cheese or sardines, sand
wlches. pie nnd doughnuts
only lue. enih.
No other comeitt but n Hist
class bakery can afford these
Inducements nt the prlte oit
will meet nil our rt lends at
the New England Bakery.
J. Oswald Lutted,
and It's our business to sell them.
cookies and biscuits, Including
Orange Cookies, Etc.
DAV & CO.
King Htrcct. near Port.
Sl large lots on the coiner of Wil
der avenue nnd Alexander streit.
Electric cars pass the door.
Opposite the Oahu College giounds.
Prices ranging from $S00 to $2000.
Terms one-fouitli ensh nnd three-
fourths on mortgage, or In monthly
TO RENT Ten room
large grounds, on Pauoa
Castle & Lansdale
Real Estate and Investments.
506 507 STANGENWALD BLDG.
n almolutel) pun ill) tu
hie wine nt 50c. a gallon.
Indispensable when making
a good toiip, and not to he
left out when serving the
(list couise of vom (llnni-i.
75c a gallon.
A tivcaiold straight Ken
tucky whisk) n iliolie nip
heron illnni i $3.50 a gallon.
THE PIONEER WINE AND
King near Bethel.
Theie Is n stor) mid of Iljornsnn
lljonibon thai airlvlug nt n Into hum
at the tnnn of lleigin will. li was en
fete to leculve him. he vouihsafeil to
the cNpeitant piople no flni i i mils t
wisdom than a gein'ial ic (onum n
iliitlnu to go to bid
In tain tiny appenhd to him fur
'song oi stntlimnt. 'I he git tit Ills
maiik said he, gnvi the same advice
nuclei lunilltlnns nil slmllai and
vvhut was gooil enough fm Berlin
must sudldi for lleigen
Tin oe jeaih later on visiting tha
town for tlie becoiul time the master
novelist found a disiitid rlt) Not
llglit burned In the dismal inilnnr
Million, no liat airs vvnviil, no ud
dresjcs were rem! by poitly liurgonin.
teis In v .ilit Iljornson usked for ,i
liiey nnvu uu goiw to iicil, ' was
tho repl). And so llergm reniemher
ril. Max I'embeiton In London Mail
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. H. Herrcy's ofTlcc, 33 Campbell bid,
Mrs. Jack l.ucas Is back again In
T V. lloliron returned In the Clau
rnKHi.rss I'lmarcnvixo I'AiN'i
U the cheapest
The John C I'ottir Is dlschniglna
hir coal at Klhol
Queen I.llluokalinl leaves for the
Coast In the China
The btrk Ktith from Sin Ktanclsco
has an lied nt Mahtikuni.
Just iccelvcd a large ccslgnmcut of
Pantheon O. P. S. Tiy it.
Mr nvl Mrs A S. Wilcox of Kauai
arc In the city for a short stay.
Haw.illnn Tubmen Co. is offering
MiNlcnn cigars at half price?. See ad,
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 Kort St.. $1.BC per week up
Hittnony Lodge, No. 3, 1. O. O. V.
tricts tonight at 7 30 In Harmony Hall
........... P rA-PIl.n ..t.n. near,.... Inftn VI " I UHII 1IIIIUIM1', lll'll Wll.l'll 1"
Oomes & McTlghc. sue. cssora to Ca-, ,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,, t)( ,k,H
nnra & Co.. liquor dealers. Oj MnsstnrroH th) lhl,P )n tho .,,,, , .0
T II Olbon began his work as heal ICnrollnn.
of tne icform school on Saturd.iv hut I Miss llarksdale only made hir debut
Illnnk books of nil sorts, ledgers, f tc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish-1
There hne hern genirnl rains all
over the Island of Kauai during th
Kvcr dav n bargain il.iv at I'liilflc
Import Co The Ir .id tenia) Is sine to
0. N Wll(i) of l.lhtir
i-....i .. ..
i-wii.t.i, ...in .
l-asstngir from Knuiil In the W
S.nator and Mrs. William White
were p.isengers from l-ahnlna In tllo",10, """ K'rl- wnose wniuing ne
Prof Kocbele haves for Kohnlr. '
Hawaii In the Klniu tomorrow to look ,
Into the condition of the forests thors
David Lawrence & Co , Ltd., arc now
having their first annual clearance salo
and nrc selling good cigars for little
The bund will give a conceit In Em
ma .Square this evening nt the usual
time. An ixcvlltut piogrnm han been
The local V M C.
news that Secret
ary McC'O of tne 8anA" tno " Jounger set or the capital
l.itlon will foon pa liWlr Invited, nnd when the dlnncrl
rrnnclsco AfMKl.itlon will i-oon pa)
visit to Honolulu.
For thlrt.v divs, corns extracted for guests when tin Ir pettlcoated host, nr-
tvventj-flvo cents. Dr. llogle, Arllng- njed In the pinple embiolilery and
ton block, lintel Btreet. OutBldM tnlUihH'' '" '' honor, led out with tn.
promptly attended to. lnrk-i.yei! glti liom (lu.igin. And
' - ... I well they daniid. thise two On nnd
Rev C, L, P..trson of die Methodist !, through the evening, thiough waltz
church will speak nt next Sunday nN ami twostep, until tlie final lesson was
Urnoons meeting in the V. M (' A.lovir.
Ills subject will lie, "Piajer Hs llntkbdale pionounied the
. .1 i...i i if ,Kient statesiiun and siholni as good n
. .iik.i, ..... ........ ,....
In .ie Claudlne Sundav wcte tlie fol-
lowing D W. I.lnds.iv, Miss Lindsay,
W. Dunn nnd Mrs. J. T. Alull.
Time will be no distribution 0
fiom the Cov eminent Nur-
seiy todii), on ai count of the labor
ers taking part In the Japanese boll
da). Rev. L. M. Hartley, president of t.ie
Anti-Saloon Lingtie, addressed a large
congregation at Kawnlahan (htirch
Sunday morning, i He spoke on "Tern
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. hi sides
doing the best printing and ill v eloping
In the clt) for the least mone) ; supply
amateur and profi fslonnls with all
The board of directors of the Young
Men's Christian Association will hold
its monthly muting this evening.
Twcnt)-flve w w members are to be
elided to membeiihlp.
The in gro ciivv of the IlenJ. F.
Packard will lie paid otr todii) and
bJinc of the men will leave In the
Claudlne tomorrow tn go aboaid thn
barkentlnc J. is. Tuft now nt Kahulul.
Ehell Low, J S, Lou. Ml and Mis
II. Itintou, Judge IMIngs, T. Itldgewn),
II II. (Jehr, Mr. nnd .Mis. J. H. Wise
C A. Widemann nud ('. 1). I.ufkln nr
rlvcd In the Kliiau Satuula) after
noon. Mrs. Caroline Hush and Mis. C. K.
Hopkins, Jr., gave a dlnnei at their
home in Knplolint park catenla in
honor of I). K. Ameiku and J. K. Aea
who leave for the States with Queen
Llliiinkalani net Saturdn).
Among the arrivals fiom Knual ports
lu the W. fi. Hall Sunda) weie the
following. 13. P. Mnlile, ('. W. Spitz.
Mr, nnd Mis. George Miindon, It, C.
Spalding, K. It. Adams, K. 13. Rich
aidson, A, Loulston nnd W. II. Scott.
The Rev 13. S Muekley of the
rhrlstlnn ihunh mld.essed th iegu -
Inr meetlmr In the V. M. ( A. Hnndnr
afternoon on the siiblict'of "Uselisi
Pionle." Ills text was talii-n firim the
ptiuhle of the fig ttee whim would not
hear ft ult
Miguel Lupin of tin I I S N. Co.
entertained n Iuiro p.ut) of his filendi
cm fc.itui.lii) night M his p ace In Pa-
lima It was the eeliluatlon of lill
twiuthth hlillnlii) At 7 o'clock tha
Varty snt down to a sumptuous hum
which wns followed later In the even
lug h it most enjoyable d.uue.
A meeting of the Meillml Assoila
tlnn of Hnwnll wns in Id nt the olllce of
Dr. W 13. Tiivlni hiiturda) night. The
business of the evinlng was the elec
tion of olflceis The lesult was in
follows President, Dr W. 13, Tnjlor:
vice prcsldint. Di. Slogett: ncritair
and treiisurei. Dr. A C. Hoilglns, anil
exerutlvo iommli.ee. Dis Myirs ninl
Rev. W. Ault of Wnlluku, Maui, wai
Installed n lanoii of the chinch nt St.
Andiew's Catliuliiil last evening Dnr
Ing tlie senile, .Mr Ault waH eoudiict
ej to n canons sent by tho lllbhop A
special psalm wns lead and thno were
ti-ioal tisponnK The ennon took lib
place In the pulpit rnd hipisi-lf In
Rl'd tlnn pre in lu d tlie bermun Thcrt
tvus speclul niuili h) the iholr.
A Inrgo nnmliri of hiinters were
down the mad Sunda) and the gulchea
nhiivu Wnlalun iiing thioughout thi!
da) with the noise of shotguns Somo
ver) good hags wiin eihtnlneil iilthough
the hunting Is nut as good ns It ut,ed
to be the scrub giuiv.i having nil been
hiirueil oft by the flies blurted on the
upper lauds some little time ngo. This
nns the natural hiding place of thn
TAUGHT Wl) TO WALTZ
So Minister Wit wnltzed with Mis.
"Htity Ushi Wondertul tor Mlnlstel
Wttl More rensatmn tor Mrs. Klsnl
No two persons lite more In the glare
of the social limelight thnn these two,
nnd thnt tney shoulil Know each oilier
and together inane more talk tor
tneinseies Is the gossip of the mo
ment. Hut where old he learn to wait?.?
And the two step, nuovr nil things!
How nnd wheroilld ne pick that tin'
So run tlie questions.
As lor Mrs. l-lsh, she iloesn t know:
but she sn with etnphasiH tliat wher
ever he icnrned ho danced most de
lightfully. As for Minister Wit. h
looks mjsteilous anil sas: 'a lady
nut of the Soutii.'
Well. hetcH the sectet: Tito lady Is
a joiiiik gnl oi tno onmniiiti.i. grateful
good to look upon, with tin ease of
ne South us an atmosphere.
Her name is Miss Clarice- Harks
dale, nnd she lives in AiiguMn. On., u
Southern town that sttetches along
the bnnks of tne yellow Hnvnnnnh rl
tr, and enteit.nns more .Northerners
in the winter thnn one inn lount. I'oi
this winter Into n society Hint icinsld-
fltittr I ntr uu liliiT iiiullnui nurl
llKlkH wlt XU)m,,,r pon n 1)Priw;n ,,
m not n past grand inusti i of the nit.
But Minister Wit nlil not tntno to
A1,.IK"K,,.n V'V ,'", Atnen in tho Vines.
.Miss llnrkilnlc tmlglit mm tin Hwlng
nn, R, (,ln(, ,n wnsluimton ,10
isieno wna n latge Ciulstmns ii-eeptlon
given by the lasiilonalile hnlslilng
Isihool In Washington, nt whlih Miss
liaiHsiialo was speiullng the season
.. ,,,.., lni I,,,, t,.M .i,.,.,,, 1.. .. ....,,.
... .uu- limning ,n- ,i,-fi,t ill fc.tf- ovfiiiii.
Minister Wll wna nmnntr tin. rolnhrl
ties. In nttenilntiie. and his eso wns In
Htnrttly taught by the giaietul. lianrt-
I ., ...,.... ..- re.-n
,n introduction wns lequeKied, and
the Minister begged the dinner to
liaih him this nrt, n whlih he was
wholly Ignorant. So, in a corner ol
the drawing room, the lessons began.
Her distinguished pupil wns much
plensed by his piogiess nnd. consldei-
1 ing n little learning a dangerous
I thing, came again and again, nnd ny
'his mat v clous aptness proved great
in (lit to his fair voting Instiuitiess.
Just before knving Washington n1
dinner dance wis given in Miss llarl.s
A. his lecelvodldale's honor nt tho Chinese legation. I
nun ,m-i uilil llli; ilumiUK Ul'illl
Kient was the astonlshi.iint of the
x,nitm. ()nc ttoll,i , to ilnnie
in. ...i i.iu in ..i... ni. ti-..
shovved no unenslness vvlien up led out
Mis. Stu.v vet-nnt Fish to dame before
"' crltl(nl eje of Newpoit.
NEW CHE Hill
-The new Chlnisa
church on the sutlemmt grounds in
Wulluku will be dedicated Sunday
morning. Revs. Mr. Tlmoteo and 13.
W. Thwlng nnd ulso P. W. Damon are
here to tnko part In the exercises. The
dedication exercises will be ns follows.
Anthem "Send Out Thy Light"
Invocation Rev. Mr. Nua
Scripture Heading 1 Kings S SJ-:.fl
Song Marching to the Temple
Hlstcuh.it Statement--.. .
. . . Mr. I W Damon
riuani'lnl Stnti mint Miss C. L. 'luinci
I riesentniion m kch on itinnii in
iiuiKiing I'ommittee. . . .
Miss N. J. Malom
H)iun What a I'lli nil We Have in
Rending of Decimation of Dedication
Pra)er Rev. Mr. Tlmoteo.
Rev. K. W. Thwlug
Dedieutlon Set men
Rev. .. W. 'Ihwjng
11) mn Ntnrer, My God. To Tine.
It marks In Chinese and Hnwallun
Mr. Teng Ah Ling
Song The Great Deliverer
Chlncbo Sihool (111 Is
Rtendlctlon Rev. Mr. Tnnakn.
THE DOCTOR WAS L'.TG.
1 , for fomc reason there wns nultr
I ',l '' n getting tho SlhOOnir I.l7?le
Vnnee nnd ship r.mlly P. Whltile) Into
I"11 J'werew). I lie)
were both re
polled be foie 10 ci'clcnk In the iiiiuu
Ing and the rcnrlrss with the silicon
ci In tow waited off the haibm over nn
hour for the doitor tn arrive. In tli?
n.!im,Ine ,,, wll,ney i,ad eo'.ne ,ywn
fl(),n ,,.,, eni, ,, B,1()ltelIOll
full expelling to be picked up .mil
brought In hut had to stand off shou
ns the tug wntstled up to the schooner
In the weather of )csterdny with both
wind nnd curie nt sitting townid
shon it wns linzuidutis work waiting
SPARK AlelJt ST I RS.
The locomotives of the O, R, & L.
Co uro being eiiulppid with Diamond
Mncka to pi event the falling o'f spirks
Lonplntnt hns liecn veiy genernl of
'ito In (he plnntatlon managers along
the lint of the railroad of small flica
Hiiisul b) the engines. To piotict the
t ilk d.
up irk nirebtcrs are being In-
pntltV In this eliv N'ovrmbei :i
till Aithur Ipfuut sin of Mr it ml
Mis M S I'eriv . g'd nine months
It ma he slid that thi nioito All
;rk and tin pin) niiikis link n dull
ben " lannnt h" applied lltert.llv to
Hear Adnilinl nuiriro W Melville wh
has been ililel nf the hiiieau of stenm
Pl ullipprtnir ill. mil fnlllliiun p.ir. Pv.
jcept foi lits trip lo the Paiiflc Coast
with President Mckinley leeently, and
one week nt the Chliago exposition he
has not had more than fort)-olght
hours' lenvo nt nny one time) In tho
The Very Best Milk
for Babies. I I t l
fop Babies, till
In l word, the "Baby Btand" Conden
sed M ik It "Best for Babies" because :
It 1 1 a perfect food, making chlldreJ stout
and t Irons.
It s put up In sterilized glass jars, her
met! ally seiled.
It Is also the most economical Infants'
food n the world.
Its purity and richness Is unexcelled.
Co., - Ltd.
IN GREAT VARIETY.
120 pcr cent below lint price.
ircsh by every
Htcumcr. t t t
Our motto is "Not How Cheap,
But How Good."
fully Executed. ,
fresh every day.
Foi Sale nt the : t i
FISH MARKET, Stalls 19 and 20
Butcher Shop, Cor. Iter. & Alakea
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd,
A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
Tel. White 1221
P. O. Box 55Z
Sawing, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all its branches.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and in la'ge or small
314 FORT ST.,
Has the Dcst Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
In the City.
PUI'flH HOMEMADE PO' ON TUES
DAYS ANn vjtmAYS.
COTTON BROS. & CO.
hNOlSl-fcRS AND : : !
PUns inj titlmatet furrl.titi tor all cUsms
Lcnliivtini i oik
HOOM y. HOSTON HLOCK,
llouolnlu Iron Works.
Improved and modern S1JUAR MA
C1IINURY of every capacity and de
jirlpllou mado to otJer, Hollor work
and RIYETCD PIPIZS for Irrigation
purposes a specially. Particular alter
tlou pitd to JOll WORK, and repairs
HveiMitBd at i.honest notlie
New Map oi Ouhu.
Cotif I f J rtn fiffrnrr"t Srvfj uni Chirt,
Ma of Su ar Plant tiont Ha!lv? an4 Other
Rt'tnl.f Sourre. THE MAP IS 8xi IMCHLS
wltlt rtlttlc colcrlne ar J neit mounilng mak
ing vcf uvlut wll a rirnncn(a1 w1 map
THF fUlce OF THE MAi li iq oo Coplti can
V obttlmvl from
Ji. T TAYLOR,
P.O. Bo tgq Jodd Huititnc. H'nrlufulT, II
or HAWAIIAN NEWS CO , LTD
FOR HOME USE
order a tiial case of
It stands without an equal ns n tonic for the convalescent or
as a refreshing beM'rngo for tho well.
Not fortified like Imported beers to ptcscno It.
Now offoreJ for sale at
, H. Hackfeld
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF
Safe Work of all kinds. Typevvi Iter,
l,iionot;rnphs Etc., lite, Repaired.
UNION 8TRECT, NEAR HOTEL.
Phone Blue 7!il. p. O. Box 113.
J. V. SCHOENINQ, AlnnnKer.
Write us or call for any information on this subject and you will find
us always ready to do our utmost to oblige you. '
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
TEL. MAIN 390.
NOTICE OF SALE !
The undersigned nFRlRtieo of Don. Ruirieio offers ror snlo tho follow
InR. IncltnlinR tho (cood-vvlll of the Rroen.v Htoie heretofore doing buslncbs
uudci name as nliovo on Mlllir street, mar lleictnuln:
COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES.
FIXTURES INCLUDING COUNTER, SHELVES, ETC.
ICE BOX. CHEESE SAFE.
IRON COMBINATION SAFE. ONE HORSE.
ONE DELIVERY WAGON.
The ubovo will lio Hold at less than cost nnd a full description can be
bad of same b) calling on
H. F. LEWIS,
Assignee of Ben. Guerrero, at LewlsA Co., 1060 Fort Street.
Honolulu, October 19, 1901.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
"To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
selectljn to those known to the firm, or u,u3 will furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers.
Market & Post 6t., 6. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
thi largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New York City, and ars
prepared tn furnNh spechl delgnt.
Waialua Beach Hotel
CHAS. DAVID, Manager
Now Open (or lluslncss.
I'tncHt oi Accommodation.
IMncst oi llntlilncv. t i i
He Sure to Get Oft lit I I
iitt Wiiliiluu Station
RATtvS- $2.50 per tiny (
Special lint oh by Week or
Month, i t i i : i i s
Tor further Information adJress s
II A L 111 W A P. O.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTJi.
3 Carloads of
just to hand ex. Schr.
lowest prices by
& Co., Ltd.
and Machine Co.
Plantations furnished with any
thing from a dry battery to the
finest electrical mill apparatus
manufactured. Anything In the
KING STREET, near Alakea.
When You Want a Rig
. king up Tim
LIVERY BOARDING and
: : : : : 5io fort street
Stable 'I'liono, 109 Main.
Ilacl; Stand. 'Phones 319 and
C, H. BELLINA.
THE UNION EXPRESS CO.
J Safes, Piano,
Furniture MOVED .
Oi'ays for Freight
Our representative n.eets all Incom
ing steamers fiom the Coast, and vrc
check baggage on all outgoing steam
ers. Wblte and Black Sand For Salr
OITico with nvenlni; Bulletin, 21
King street. Tel. bC.
W. LARSEN, Wfr.