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KVKNINO nm.l.HTIN. HONOLULU, II. T.. BATL'HlUV. NOV. IC, 1901.
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SATURDAY. .NOVEMllER IB. 1901
mi in ii or
IE Willi UN"
The Opera; Hoiim' was fllli'il last
night to hear the Nelll Company In
"The Case nf Rebellious Susan." As
In nil the other plays Riven by the
company up to tho present time, there
was n ncntnrss ami fin lull apparent on
nil bIiI from the time the curtain
went up until it fell at the conclusion
of the play. Nothing more cony or
The ntlltuile of Commissioner ller
tnnuu on the llnvvnll public land nues
t Ion renin nil n thn Hulle-tln's cemtcti
tlon that a special effort hhtiuld ho
iiiiiiIh to secure positive action from
' ConisroHn to establish once and for nil
" the status of our public lands nnd the
nftl ...... ............. .. ....
n.ciiums in ini'ir iisHni. 4vir. ucr
uinnn'n report IndlcntiH that his onln-
Iniu nn- ilecbledly at vni lance with1 urtlstlc could nave been usKeu tor man
the methods now In vogue'. While the' the drawing room at Mr. llarabln'R In
possibilities for itlHptithiK the titles Mafulr It vvns the same nil through
given by the Territorial government the play There was not u Hlgn of
remain, thcie will ever be n hesitancy elnmslness of detail anywhere and
of umall nnd large, land holders to '". ''' excellent plavers had n good
" " brnnch out and develop the arable foundation on which to work.
December 2l Is said to hae been al)lR ( (mt,i(. districts. It Is within Miss Chapman was fine throughout
Napoleon's lucky day. May It prove the puvvcr of Congcss tti'glvc this Ter- as the Impetuous, lovnble woman
(uch for tho Ucpubtlcnu parly of Ha- ritoI.. . ... i..w -i.!..!, ,ilaii H1,n, be- thrMIng for revenge against her hus-
w.ill. nil question the validity nf land hand Her work In the last act was,
"" titles now buffeted about h depart- partlcuhuly good. Miss Chapman Mi
At last the transition period Is to so ment olllrcrs. It Is the plain ilut uf.geod lu nil she does nnd she was n
befoie the Supremo Court of the Unit-1 Territorial otllclals bnth executive nnd1 f.ivinlle with the Honolulu theater
ed States for tlual decision. And thj legislative to urge a final settlement wets when she was here before,
community Irrespective of conflicting! by Congress. Whether this nctlnn Mf Nelll as the nrlstocrutlc Sir
opinions held b Individuals draws a ' atllims iiresenl nii'Uinds Is of llltle mo-1 Hlehnril ICato. (J. C, sustained his part
sigh of relief. ment. so a man inn obtain land In this' well, never losing for nn Instant that
g , Territory without the probability of , bearing which Is nlwaj a looked for In
After talking over the rat question having to light for his title In the people In the station which ho rcpre
.,. n,i.. I,.,. .,, ii. t,...in.. mo,, ! courts. . s"iited. Ills scene In tho first act when
u ""; " j l.,. ... .... ...11. 1,1. . -,t LMkIh
j in' iiuo ii r'.uini nun inn tuii, uiuiuv
IJL.u!..l..t. 1MI.. I ....!.. II.-h H.ltt
Till Ktf(W VI2 . iiii itiiiiii, l.'USB i.i.iiii9u niuniicu;
r iTKiisou rjuiiH
turn act upon mrolng out n, lino of
uitlon, thrmiKh tho niiRKttnti of tb i
lioaltli ni. jrltlrft, that will makn Ho-,
nolnlu practically rat proof.
New York Commercial.)
"Couie. let us reason together.
A McKlnlcy memorial plaj ground Is Thcie are some statemuits and mls
steadlly galnlni? favor among all cltl-, stnlenienls conceinlng u sweet subject
lens nnd more particularly among the sugar-th.it It Is well to consider
wninccr neon!,' uliri rnoe the neces- Just now.
slty for a permanent outing ground
thut will accommodate all the athletic
The amount of money the two streit
...... ...I.... i. it.. I. ...i ,... i..h in.lit
railway corporations arc pajlng out to, """""" " "'" ' " ""'"" "" "v"
fight each other In the cumls w oul.l , fl" rc '" "' V"':
supply funds for a good sized dividend , ' n,B n"" '"V" ' 7 "'"
to stockholders If the two corporations "-ngogue. The public' agaln-lhe
would oiu.. to some amicable unde. I J' P''W "' """. the consumer.
1 nnd her lover.
(deorge tlloomnucst). Is one of the
best things ho does In the play.
MacVlciis as James Harnbln, should
not be forgotten. Ills pottrnynl of the
perplexed huih.md In a case of more
than ordlunry moment was something
that made married people, In the nudl
ncu scratch their hinds ovcY the
icnllty of the thing. .MnrVlcars Is al
ways good and It does a Honolulu nudl
ence good to see the Idg man make his
appearance on the stage. Ho usually
talscs a laugh but his patt last night
was no laughing matter.
Miss Dean makes a widow whose
charms never fall to attract. John W.
tin.. .-,., v I Ml -III irr.nl -mm ulln hn civ. I "-"" M'luirni nir josepii i.aroy
'cn the s'ubject ferlnus thought Imagine n,lhl ""' 'l0, '"W-tten. In the midst
.th-it ih. r...i,n..P ..r ..i..nP In ihl.iUf tiouble his wns always the iiersnn-
.ountiv would be benefited to the fullla,"- "" 1""ll, "," Ml" Mne nUl
A so-callod "sugar expert" Is cridlt-
ed with this statement "Itcmovo tho
duty, und the whole clghtv-flvc million
dollars (computed tn of J:!H per ton
on 2,ShO,.'SS tons, the tsllmated con-
WEDDING AND HOLIDAY
Personally Selected in Europe
Jutt arrived and being placed on
our shelves dally, CHINA, MA
JOLICA, BOHEMIAN, GLASS,
METAL, TERI1A COTTA WARE8,
STATUARY, ETC. Choice new
stock of FINE CUT QLAS3.
Selection may be reserved for
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
Wm. O. Irwin
Architect!, Contractors and Builders.
Secretarj Cooper Is a luck boy. It
Isn't eve.y man who holds the office of, f ho , r,lmtl(m )ron3cd through a rift lu the clouds.
waving aside the eighty-live million
Acting Rou'innr for a month or two
nnd gits the Job of writing tho (Jov -ernor's
rpott for the full period nnd
that too after the (inventor ha sup
posedly nsMiicd the duties of his
he entered the loom ono could fulrly
dollars' benefit as childish, as foolish: 7'1 ,ho "ttul'lxue receding befoie
What about the poor, i,,,,,!.,,,,., ,"m and when he took a linii.l to shake
Cuban planter and the philanthropic' ' ,"1P ',1'' ''"""J' lmKlne that hand
refiner, bending all his energy to oh-, "'Rl"K '""P from prceM.ro und extra
lain frn. ,r iP.,t the ,lo,ir ....mi, willnary cxerelsp. Ills appe.uan'e al-
I bwceeii Its tooth at less coat? I "'" 'V'1 a ,I"8,J ,llnt, n,1""" the
Tho suggestion to make the forth- what about the beet sugar Industry 1 "l,u'r c,1""'lu ,.P1K f,om ,,lolr ,ur' ,,n
coming scwlon of the Hepubllcan Tcr- nnuilshcd hv the fostering care of thel"ir.' l'0" J glvr . . .
rltorl.il commltt.e an executive ses- r'nlicl Htnte. (lnn.rnnn.ni? llmv . "ie oniy rnun wmi last nignis pei
slon will find little support fiom the would that be affected?
rank and Mo of the parly. The otlglual ts tno C11R. ot (.1U11 or ,M1 lPr,.st
error wns made In public and there Is nt ,1P Anietlcin refiner to be enhanced
everv reason whv the corrections tu be I l,,. tlirnuln.- un,,i in il... ... nt il...
made should be open nnd above board. I public? Is the public to lie blinded by j
the heat, smoke and dust eif a brush
Hawaiian authorities consider tlm between cane and beet sugar refiners,
mosquito question of sufficient. Impoit-, dlgullled by til enanie of "war." which
nncc to keep- a staff of one hundred . began with dramatic Incidents and i"o
men constantly at woik conducting generated Into n farce?
operations nlmed nt tho destruction of Will not nil Inteiests be belter sub
tile mosquito. The results conv line I served by the plain truth? The United
those In authority thut their money Is ' States (lovernment exenlses n paternal
well spent. A similar campaign would rare over her children nnd her waul
be no less beneficial to Hawaii than as Cuba Is nnd seeks to do Justice to
Havana. all. Whe-re tin re ale conflicting Inter-
eats each must concede something to
President Uoosevtll's first message, Ihe general welfaie. To act like bad
formance was the music. There Is
room for Improvement In that direction.
TERMS (ll PltLBinCNTH.
will certainly b one of tue most thor- children will bring only It Just reward
ougbly read documents ever sent to chastisement. Crimination and re
Cougiess by any President. Iloosc-' elimination will avail nothing beforo a
velt has gained a reputation for bav- Jut tribunal. 1 he truth must and will
log Ideas and bis ability to express
them has been proved. The people
the millionaire nnd tho day laborer
Since the death of Pivsldent McKln
lcy considerable debate has ensued as
to whether Mr. Iloosevelt Is the
tweiity-flfth or twenty-sixth President
of the United States. There Is no ques
tion but that ltooscvelt Is only thai
twenty-fifth cltlxen to hold that posl-
tlon and Mr. McKtnley the twentieth,
elected to thu ollUe. The only break
In succession umong those holding two I
terms was lu the case of President
Cleveland. Ilciijjmln llarrlum serving (
one term between the first and second'
tcims of Cleveland. Klve Pieslilents
died lu office. Of theso William Henry ,
Harrison nnd Zuchaiy Tnlor died na
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies'gDriving !
Duplicate o! Prie Winner, P.tris lixposition, uyx.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
iCHAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
125 M crclinnt St.. next to StiinijcnwtiM Building.
be brought to light, and a verdict be final deaths, while Abraham Lincoln.
rcndeied In accordance with the facts. James A. Oarfleld nnd William McKln-1
Ino power of money In the settle- ley were the victims of nksasslns. Al
expect something out of tho usual run i ment of such disputes Is well known, chronology of Pii'Sldents shows the
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or rresiuentitti piaiiiuue9, nnu uieir ! " uw " pn-viueiu hiiiuhk lengtn or service oi eacn nun ineir ie
to discover n fulfillment of their ex
If the lloers -had an agent in the
IlrltlBh war oldce. they could not nsk
for a better management In their In
terests than Is now going on. Kitch
ener Is making practically no head
way. Holler's friends nre disposed lo
forget their desire for llrltlsh supie
maey In the. Transvaal, and the people
are getting tired of the fighting nnd
sternly addition to the national debt
lu fact under the present management
flrcnt Britain's struggle with the liners
Is costing far more than It comes to.
only disappointment will be a failure "s It Is only sporadic, nnd, while some
men or uoily of men nuiy lie venal, tlm
public Ib not, and the public will see
to It that Its representatives carry out I
the will of the people.
Self-interest actuates most business
nlerprlse, but tlm general well-being
tianscends lndlvhlti.il Interests. Let
in practice reciprocity at home, as well
J3 n broad.
(lovernor Dole has hlo own Ideas of
legislative boilies but unfortunately his
opinions do not coincide with thn es
tablished customs If not the laws of
the United Stntes. The Governor's
present nttltiido tends to secure If not
assure the election of n Legislature a
year henco that will be more fiercely
antagonistic to him nnd his policies
than tho one on which he refuses tu
call. It Is nn unsolved mystery why
the (lovernor should persist In antago
nizing the people when livery principle
of American government points to
Money Is tight. It does not require
a Icnglhy Investigation to prove this
to the nverngo business man, but there
are no tendencies In the business wotld
that Indicate a loss ot confidence In
tho future of thn country among tliems
who have money to invest. There Is
no doubt that Territorial bonds If
placed on the market would b
promptly taken up. It Is thn little fel
low who Is getting pinched these days
nnd In view of the benefits hu would
receive If money weie put In circula
tion through tho medium of public
work, his opinions of n Territorial ad
ministration Hint reiuses tu relieve the
The Me-dlral News (New York), In
an article on "Hnvuuu's Healthrul
Tho health detriment of Havana
nnd Its suburbs, under tho military
government of Cuba. Is making rec
ords. The repott lor tho month of
September Just received shows a total
of 3.1!) deaths, n death rate for tho eliv
of only 15.61. a lower figuro than Now
York or Ilerlln can show for tho same
period and a very respectable Index
ot healthfulness for any city. I'he
lowest number of deaths for any pro
v!oi!8 month was 4 '.Hi In IM'P. nnd the-
averngo slneu lSRfl. S75.15. Yellow fo
spertlve polltiis as follows: I'lrst,
(leorgo Washington, Federalist, eight
Je'ars; second, John Admits, Federal
ist, four )ears; tliliel. Thuiuns Jeffer
son, Democrat, eight years; fourth
James .Madison, nemocrut, eight years; I
fifth, James Monroe. Democrat, i Ight '
years; sixth, John (Julncy Adams. lte-
publlenn, four eurs; seventh, Andinw I
Jncksnn, Democrat, eight years; eighth j
Martin Van Ilureii, Democrat, fourj
jrars; ulntli, William Henry Karri-j
son. Whig, one month; tenth, John I
Tyler, Democrat, three jeurs 111
months; eleventh, John Knox Polk, I
Democrat, four years; twelfth, Zach-j
ary Tajlor, Whig, one jrnr, four
munthB, five davs; thirteenth, Millard '
Fillmore, Whig, two jcars, seven
months, M das; fourteenth, Franklin
Pierce, Democrat, four yenrs; fifteenth.
James llurhauan, Democrat, four
jears; sixteenth, Abraham Lincoln,
Republican, four eais, one month,
ten das; seventeenth, Andrew John
son. Republican, tluee vents, ten
months, 20 dajs; eighteenth, Ulybses
S., (Irunt. Republican, eight years;
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Great Reduction in Prices
having irunle larije additions to our muchim-ty, we art
now able to launder
spreads, sheets, pillowslips,
table cloths, table napkins,
and towels :::::::
at the rate of 25 centR per dozen, cttsh. satis
factory work and prompt delivery Kuaninteed. no fear of
clothing being lost from strike.;, we invite inspection of our
laundry and methods at any time during business hours.
Ring Up Main 73
and our wagon will call for your work.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : T. H.
8an Francisco Agents Tho Ne
vada National Hank of San Francisco.
San Francisco Tho Nevada Na
tional Unnlt of Ban Francisco.
London Tho Union Dank ot Lon
New York-Amorlcan Exchango Na
Chicago Merchants' National Dank.
Paris Credit I.yonnais.
Berlin Drcdner Dunk.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-l;ong-Shnnghnl
New Zealand and Australia Dank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Dank ot
Drltish North America. ,
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travcleis' Credits issued. Dills ot Ex
change bought nnd sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Tmnsiict a General Banking
rtiul KxeiMiigc Business.
Couimervinl and Travelers'
Lctlcrs of Credit isjued, nvnilalilc
in nil the principal eilics of the
Intcrot allowed after July 1,
1S11S, on fixi'd deposits 7 day
notieej 2 per cent. (tlii. form will
not bear interest uii1cjh it remains
undisturbed for on? month), ,'J
months I! per cent., ) months 15 1-2
per cent, 12 months per eciit
Pioneer Building and Loan
ASSETS, JUNE io, 1901, JSO.043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Having Dank tor monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly install
Twenty-third Scries of Stock Is non
opened. OrTICIJKS .1. L. McLean. Presi
dent: A. A. WlleUr. Vice President;
C. 11. (iray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
niltnCTOIlS J. I.. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Clear. . II. dray,
J. D. Holt. A. V. Koech. J. A. Lyle.
Jr., J. M. l.Iltle, ii. 8. Hoyil.
A. V. OBAlt.
umce Hours: 12::io l:30 p. in.
BISHOP & CO.
Ravings ncposltn will bo
received and Interest allowed by the
Dank nt four and one-half per cent
Printed copies of the Rules nnd Iteg
ulatious may be obtained ou applica
tion. Office at bink building on Merchant
nianop & co.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed. Capital.... Yen 14,000,000
Paid I'p Capital Yen 18,000,000
Deserved Fund Yen 8.G10.000
HEAD OITICU. YOKOHAMA.
The Dank buys and receives for col
lection Dills of Kxcbango, Issues Drafts
nnd Letters of Credit, nnd transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deoslt. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For G months 3
For 3 monttiB 3
Dranch of the Yokohama Specie Dank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
Edward R. Swain,
"v. HOUWANN. "" J. F. Rllbtf.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O HI !
P. O. Box 771
Oeo. W. Page.
F. W. Dcardalee.
Architects and Builders.
Omco, RoomR 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, It.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen tS? Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick nnd wooden buildings, also
Office and residence, 312 Queen At,
near Government building,
M. P. BERTELjyiArVS
18 - HOVUD
To rear ot old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or offlce at John Nott'a stor.e, Klni
street, will receive prompt attention.
Deer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Sehaeler.
Kukul St, Near Nuuanu.
JN DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
12 Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
ver. which has nvernKii 7(1 deaths each I
September for thn lin-t ednven yearjv nineteenth, Kulhcrforit 11. llnves, nc-l
nnd never befor had less tlinn 18 vie ipubllran, four jeurs; twentieth, Jiuiiia.
In Its way, another experiuiciitnl proof
of their iifsoncv in thn transnilBslon of
the. disease. It Is not only yellow fo
ver thut these measures have prevent
ed: tho mortality from .nalnrln has
been ulso reduced nearly 70 per cent.
Wlillo yellow fever, malarial fover and
to n le-ss extent tuberculosis, aro thu
tin co diseases must ilecreascd, there
has been a general all around lesson
Ihk of the mortnlity. which Is nttrih.
tiled to the geneially .inproved hy
Slenle 'eondlllnns. otnallpox has np
patently been wined out: them linve.
situation aro by no means the most I been no eases liir nven- u ear. Ty.
tlms In 111 month, this year Intel only
two. TakltiK thn yellow fover veai
ns I'ommenelnK Apiil 1, thero has been
an averntte of 2Uii deaths each year
hetvvi'cn that datn and thu first of
October: this jcar thero were only S
This jear. slnio ilnieh i. the depart
ment has had 10(1 men eonstnntly em
pioyi'ii in hiimiK mosiiuitoi'H In nverj
CAIHARINO'S ICE CREAM PARLOR
A. Garfield, Itepubllciin, hI months.
1ft dajs; twrnty-llist, Chester A. Arl
thur. ItepublK'en, thre'e years, llvu
niontbs. IS da; twnity-secund, flro-1
ver Cleveland, Democrat, clRht years, I
lfK5 to 1S8H nnd from ISM to 1S97;
twenty-third, llcnj.imln Ilnrrlsnn, lie-.
publican, four years; twenty-fourth,
n ?il"Jl 1i','!),.',..,1,l "'" Hl!0V0 ri'?u,t 'V William McKlnley, Hepulillcan. four
From the tennr of the dispatches
Micro seems tu be n f'elinK of surprise
amoiiR Amerlcnus that .Minister Wu
does not view tho piKslhlllty of his re
call to I'cklni; us one of the sorrows
nf life, Wn has piove-d himself such n
rood fellow and so far uhiiro thn kcu
einl Amerlenn Idea of tho Chinese
that he has ceimo lei lie repnided .its one.
of us, more Amerlenn than Chinese,
Yet In speuklnK nf his return lo China
he expresses no regret hut cnlmlly re
minds his American admirers that "my
Interests urn there." Wu Is still Chi
nese. Ho talks to thu Americans,
adopts their ways and ideas to a cer-
: i. IUIU L'AlCllli luM.jniuh wuv IHU ilMUIJ
ldiold euiih'ed only soten ilenths mill
diphtheria three-. Tho mllltnry health
authorities feel morn nnd more confi
dent each month und the solution nf
the yellow fover problem has been
reached, nnd liavo little few now Hilars
wnen a foe-us dovelups. of Its spread
years, six months, nine days; twenty-
fifth. Hnosevelt, Itepubllciin, prcseut
Ineiimheut. I'hlhidelphia LedRfr.
We nie so aci-iislonicd to reBiudliiK
the Itnck of Rlbraltur ns the persanl
flcntlon of all thnt is everlastlni; thai
it Is haul to InliiK one's mind to be-j
lluve of any oui-'h huvliiK the h.iull-l
hood tu ipiestlnn lis ImpreRiiiililllty '
even for a moment, The wrcut rexdj i
bus been so honeyioiubed with niiin-'
berlcss pnssaKcs und rooms that It Ul
now claimed by some that a few well'
directed shots from a powerful mnn-of-l
war would make the IiIk stunu pita
crumble like an nut hill. Whether j
this is nbsolutel tine or not In a (ticn-
tlon open to some discussion, but It Ii'
CORNER KING AND
PAY US A CALL.
Daintiest and pietticbt Ice cieam
pallors on thu Island, nnd conducted
lu llrst-cl.ii. miinner.
ICE CREAM, SODA, OYSTERS,
Tea, Coffee, Chocolate, Ktc.
Kleclrle inns seneroiiily distribut
ed mnkii llio place cool and comfort
able, nnd tlu now beautiful fumltuio
,;lvcs It a tuiio of splendor.
opposite the R. R. depojt.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLIi.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the populif
constantly arrlvipR ketpj our
establishment always In the
Your neighbor has told you
about us and If you have'n't al-
ready befjun to tiado with us
you nn wishing you wore.
We will not ndvertiso kugar.
e mined Koods- or cookies this
vvvejii because wo Keep ever'-
thlw! in the jjrocery Hue, but
the Inducements wo offer ate
Tho puro Julco of the grapefruit Tho
most heulthful, Invlgoratlni; and re-,
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
LI MITE J.
Solo agenta for tho Territory ot Ha
wall. OfUco nnd Works, C01 Fort St..
Honolulu, T. of II.
I. O. box 4C2. Island orders solicited.
!.Ty,r;ire,,wh,ihrm.,.,1a,ry ESK" '" the reieiit perfection of tan;
ernment Is removed and metteis nro ' '1'Mnncu Kims make, it possible to plant
turned over to tho Cubans themselvoi. lormmauio emeries on any onii or
They hnve n speelal tesponbiblllty to i several of the nel?hboiliiK hills from
this country In sanitary matters, nnd
It Is to be honed they will only uunrn-
"You sl.nnld frlvo to teach on
"I re'nllzu that." nald Mr. Illnran.
"It was my purpose In Inking up my
resldene'e- on a subuibnn car Him."
which tho fortre'es could bo seilously
attnrked and subjected to u ruklng
fire, which would certulnly do seilous
damaiso to the old fort. This view h
taken by a number of authorities. In
cluding the Army and Navy Gazette,
published In London, which journal
describes the Hock of (llbraltar us
MRS. ED. A. WILLIAMS
iizo fort; street
OI'IMCU OI'I'.N l)AV AM) NlfillT.
I:ine caskets, shrouds and robes
of every ilc-scri, tlon.
First-class riinbaliuer from S. I1.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
'TEL MAIN 179. '
& COMPANY, LTD.
The - Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Root
Beer. Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa-
rina, vanina bream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Pcac
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.1
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters Carlebad, Con
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distll.led wa
ter from the BarnsUad Sill, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, Wo per
doz. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 60c charge
on demijohn until returned.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOVD BROKEN
REAL ESTATE AND
.. FINiNOAL AGENT
402 JUDD BUILDING
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock nnd Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention glren to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Storks an4
403 California St.,
San Francisco, CoL