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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., THUn8DAY, NOV. 21, 1901.
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Big New Stock of
Rubber-packing, Rubber Belting
1 1-2 to 12 inches, Split Steel Pulleys
from 6 to 30 Inches, Split Steel Shad
ing, Onlvanlzed Steel and Iron Rope,
Steam Plow Cables, hoisting Rope,
Blocks, Etc. -
and a complete line of
Keen K utter Tools,
Knives and Shears.
E. X Hall & Son,
CORNER KING AND
PAY US A CALL.
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF
Safe Work of all kinds. Typewiiter,
Phonographs, Etc., 'Etc., Repaired.
UNION STREET, NBAR HOTEL.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. Box 112.
J. W. SCHOENINO, Manager.
Is what a new stock of paper
looks llko tnat we havo recelv
d. Looks like Ingralnt but Is not
However, It's a good paper at a
Those who havo seen It could
not tell It from ingrain, but wo
will not try to get the price of
Ingrain paper for It.
Wo received at the same time
nrmy excellent designs In high
grade papers. Come and see
! WALL PAPER,
at lowest prices.
',BeretnnlaSt.,nextto cor. of Emma
New York, Nov. 10. A cnble to tho
World from Paris says: Mile. Cleo do
Merodo entertained tho Sultan of Jo
hore last night at the close of a the
atrical performance In wholly lm
prompttl stylo. Tho dancer made her
ilebut at tho Folles llergero In a grand
nw ballet called "Lorcnza." The Sul
tan's party, all men, occupied four
boxes. From Mile. Cleo's first appear
ance tho party became conspicuously
enthusiastic, applauding, cheering
wildly dnd ransacking tno flower booth
In tho theater for bouquots to throw,
At length tho Sultan leaned otor
and shouted tn tho peoplo sitting lu
tlio parqnetto, "Applaud, you chumps!
Why do you look at us llko Impotvnt
The nudlcnco thereupon took the
cuu good huinoreiliv and Mile. Cleo
scored her greatest triumph.
Finally tho Sultan ruse and shouted:
"I challenge any man to daro tn say
this Is not tho mosrlovabio crcaturo
In tho world."
This tho audience resented, hissing
and shouting: "Put tho Inobrinto out! '
Tho young Eastern polentate Is
good-looking and Engllsh-orcd and has
lately developed a disposition to out
do everything known In Paris In tho
way of wild lavlshness and crazy rev
Blank books of all description de
signed and made at tho EVENING
BULLETIN'S Job Office.
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Daintiest and prettiest Ico cream
parlors on tlio Island, and conducted
In first-class manner.
Tea, Coffee, Chocolate, Etc.
Electric fans generously distribut
ed make tlio place cool and comfort
able, and tlio new beautiful furniture
gives it a tone of splendor.
and Machine Co.
Everything passed off merrily for
the housewarnilng of the Elks, at their
picturesque quarters, Deretanla and
Miller streets, yesterday evening.
Members and lady friends assembled
to the number of one hundred.
After an overture by the Elks' or
chestra Secretary Couzens Introduced
Exalted Ruler C. D. Cooper, who wel
comed the members to the new ball
and club. He was frequently Inter
rupted by applause and was given a
most hearty and enthusiastic recep
tion. The Elks quartet gang the "Bridge"
with "Down, Down, Down," as an en
core, after which Mrs. Annls Montague
Turner sang "Rosary," which was on
cored. A 'cello solo by Bother To
brlner. accompanied on the piano by
Mrs. I.unlng, had to be repeated. Mrs.
Dr. McDonald sang Streleskl's "Day
Dream," the piano accompaniment be
Ing by Mrs. Dr. Cooper nnd the violin
obllgato by Prof. Atmee. Guy Living
ton sang "The Turnkey" and "The
Mr. MacVlcars of the Nclll company
told a story In Inimitable; style. Mr.
Couzens recited "Casey at the Bat,'
and there was music by Prof, Berger
and others until It was tlmo for re
freshments, accompanied by the now
famous Elks' punch, a collation with
Ices being served by Hart.
The 11 o'clock toast "To our absent
brothers," was made Impressive
through the mulling of punch In a dark
room ami everybody.stnndlng In honor
of the missing ones.
Philadelphia, Nov. 13. It is feared
hero that a tvrriblo ocean disaster oc
curred In tho eastward track of
trans-Atlantic steam craft on the.
night of November 7th, about 1000
miles off the coast of tho United
States. A " .rgo unknown vessol
caught fire and was ulowu to pieces
uy an explosion soon afterward.
Tho first news of tho disaster was
brought to this port today by Captain
Ferlnn of tho Australian steamship
Etclka fiom London. Captain Ferlan
reports to his agent: "Between mid
night and 1 a. m 8th Instant, in lati
tude 11 north, longitudo 59 west, I saw
a largu steamer about flvo miles to
tho southward. From Its sudden dis
appearance It looked as If an explo
sion had occurred. I steamed toward
It, .but It had disappeared bctnro tho
steamer 1 cached whero It had been
It was Impossible to Identify the
vessel, oxeeptlng that sho was a largo
In an Interview on electrocution, M
Darsonvnl of I'nrls, a well known mem
ber of the Academy of Sciences, de
clares thnt he could bring any ono back
to llfo nfter electrocution. Ho pro
tests against this form of execution.
He says that sonio days ngo a work
man at St. Denis had 450O volts pass
through his body for soveral minutes.
Though apparently dead ho was with
some difficulty brought back to life,
and Ib now quite well.
AN 0(1 HR
Weather Ilureau, 1'unatrau,, Novem
ber 21. Temperature Morning mini'
mum, 60; Midday maximum, 80.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.03, Falling,
Dew Point C6F
Humidity at 9 a. m. 71 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, No
vcnilcr 21. Weather cloudy; wind
Wednesday, Nov. 20.
Schr. Twilight, from Hawaii ports.
Thursday, Nov. 21,
Str. Kcnuhou, Mosher. from Kauai.
Wednesday, Nov, 20.
Am. bg. Tanner, Ncwliall, for the
Mr. James Makce, Tiillctt, for liana
mautu, Anahola and Kapaa.
Schr. C. L. Woodbury, Harris, for
S. S. Mlowcra, Hemming, for Van
couver nnd Vlctorln.
Sir. Lehua. Napala, for Maul and
Str. Nocau Wynmn, for Lnhalna,
Knannpall, Kukulhaele and Honokns.
Schr. n. W. Uartlett, Nielsen, for
S. S. Ventura, Haywerd, for the Col
onies. SAILING TODAY.
Str. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Kauai
ports at 5 p. m,
Sehr. Mol Wahtne, for Knual pons
a. 3 p. tn.
For the Colonies, per O. S. S. Ven
tura, Nov. 20 D. L. Nathan, Miss D.
Davis, I.. D. Nathan and wife, 0. II.
For Molokal ami Maul ports, per str.
Lchua, Nov. 20 A. Dorago, H. It.
Hitchcock nnd wife, Mrs. J. Dudott and
three children, Mrs. William Mutch,
Miss A. D. Meyer, D. Hao.
I'or Vancouver, per C.-A. S. S. Mlo-
wera, Nov. 20 Mr. Yostya, T. M. liar
mon. 12. Cnyplcss, Miss T. Krady. John
Welch, Henry Miles, Mcndelawltz,
Welch, Held, Anderson, Lowcn, Sliu
man, Schneider, Miss Schneider,
Trunks, I.elleno. Kimball, May, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Pnyot, T. II. Ilrown and son,
O. V. King, C. C. Dolan, O. Bain
bridge. James Gordon Spencer, secretary of
the Chamber of Commerce, is In re
ceipt of tho following acknowledgment
Horn the Secretary of Staio of a tele
gram of condolence sent to Mrs. Mc
Klnlcy, as tho result of a meeting of
citizens held In the Chamber of Com
merce on September 23:
Department of State,
October 13, 1901.
W. O. Irwin, Honolulu, Hawaiian Isl
ands. Sir: Amoug many messages of
glef nnd of sympathy with Mrs. Mc
kinley and the other members of tho
late President's family In -their over
whelming trouble, received by tho
Government and acknowledged by mo
on their account, nnd among the multi
plying expressions of profound respect
for President McKlnley'a unselfish de
votion and great services to his coun
try, together with a wide and Increas
ing testimony to his exalted character
and gracious personality, from every
part of the United States Indeed,
from all parts or tho world I have tho
honor to acknowledge, with senti
ments of sincere appreciation, your
telegram of tho 2d Inst., on behalf of
the peoplo of Hawaii. 1 am. sir, your
obedient servant, JOHN HAY.
"That mob scene was handled with
splendid effect," sold tho critic.
"Oh! yes," replied the manager.
"You see, we hlro iho villain's credit
ors to go on In thnt scene." TH-Blts
The printing of Husted's Hawaiian
Directory will begin tomorrow. Tho
publisher requests that all changes ol
uusiness or residence occurring since
October 1 bo sent to tho office of the
directory, room 15, Arlington Annox,
In order that the book may be as com
plete and reliable as possible.
SIX PER CENT GOLD BOND8.
Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd.
The undersigned offer for salo, at
par, ftrty bonds of the Oahu Sugar
Co., Ltd., or $1000 each. Interest at C
per cent per annum, payable on April
1st and October 1st.
BISHOP & CO.
2000 Nov. 21. 23, 23.
ELECTION OF OFFICER8. .
Wllder's Steamship Company,
At the adjourned annual meeting of
the stockholders of this company, held
(111 tlllu llllV tlin fnllnwlni- nnlnnra n..n
elected to servo during the ensuing
C. L, Wight ...President
W. M. Glffard..Vice President
S. B. Rose.... Sec. and Treas.
W. Pfotenhauer Auditor
Tho above-named officers, with K. D
Tenney. E. F. Bishop ami C. C. Beck
ley, comprise tho Board of Directors.
8. B. ROSE,
Honolulu, November 20th, 1901,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT Ol,1
tho United States for tho Territory of
Hawaii, In Bankruptcy. In tho Mnttcr
of Leong Dat Yeo. Bankrupt. Notice
of tho First Meeting of Creditors. To
the Creditors of l.eong Dat Yeo, ot
Wnlalua, Island of Oahu, nnd district
aforesaid, a bankrupt; Notlco Is here
by given tnat on the 13th day of Sop
toinhor, A, I), 1901, tho salu Leong Dat
Yeo wns duly adjudged a bankrupt;
and that tlio first meeting of creditors
will bo hold at my o(11cqv33A S. King
street. In Honolulu, on tho 9th day ot
December, A, I). 1901, at 5 o'clock In
tho afternoon, at wich tlmo tho said
credltoiB may attend, provo their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine tho
Bankrupt, and transact such other bus
iness as may properly como before
WILLIAM S. FLEMING,
Roforeo In Bankruptcy,
Honolulu, November 21, 1001,
Ou Wont Ads.
Your Wont Ads.
To 8upply Youp Wonts.
P. S. So don the BULLETIN, the
newsiest dally In Honolulu.
Ads. In this column will be Inserted
at 15 cents a line one Insertion; 25
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 60
cents one month. This It the cheapest
advertising ever offersd the people of
HOI AND COLD BATHS at the Silent
Barber Shop. Everything strictly
up to date; new and clean. Just
what you're looking for. 1991-lm
PIANO TAUGHT BY EXPERIENC
ED TEACHER; now, quick method;
$5 month; special attention to adult
beginners. Address box 640.
REMOVAL The Sowing Machine Ex
change has removed to 12S8 Fort
St. All kinds of sewing machines
bought, sold, rented or exchanged.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOR
WANTED A Ktcnograpner In an of
fice where desk room will bo given
for services. P. O. Box 92.
VANTED White servant for general
housework. Apply 1H8 Wilder Ave.,
WANTED Position, nsslstnnt book
keeper, ofllco work. '. It., Bulletin.
WANTED Position as costlier or of
fice work by a lady of energy and
experience. Address E. C, Bulle
tin office. 1990-lw
WANTED City salesman to carry
side lino on commission. Address
B. O., this office. 1996-tf
WANTED By a good tenant, a small
cottage, with yard; rent must be
15 to $25. Address F. K this of
WANTED By young married couple.
iiiruisiiuu iiouso or six rooms. A. Y
P. O. box 319. 1993-lw
WANTED Work on slnglo or double
entry books; books exported, open
ed or closed; financial statements;
trial balances rendered by practical
accountant. Address Accountant,
this office. 1975-lm
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings, In the latest styles. Watches
repaired by a jeweler of 35 years'
experience. Q. DIETZ. Fort street
near Hotel. 1808-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE L08 ANGELES 1623 Fort St;
nowiy furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable. 1930-tf
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, from SI. 50 to $2.50 per
FOR 8ALE A gentle driving horse,
suitable for a lady to drive; perfect
ly sound. Inquire W. W. WrlghL
FOR SALE Furniture for Blx-room
cottage, cheap; privilege of renting
at low figure. Address F. C, this
FOR SALE Wngon, harness nnd
horse; good condition; cheap. Ap
ply Sanders & En Fee., 781 Alakca
FOR 8ALE A first-class lodging-
nousc, very cheap; part cash, part
mortgage. Address K, this office.
PURE White Leghorn Chickens and
r-(,KB ifiiiuruniucuj. Dampies or
uirns at California Feed Co.'s. where
customers may obtain Information.
E. C. Smith, Pearl City. 199C-tf
FOR SALE Carriage and saddle
norses. Apply at 307 Stangenwnld
FOR SALE Fluo family horso, buggy
mm iiuiiiusB. j or pneo and partic
ulars seo Chas. Belhna, Club biables.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad-
urusH u. ai. uuncan, at Bulletin of
FOUR LOTS, Hobron St. Kapahuln,
Walklkl; $300 each, half Cash; bal
nnco $10 month, each lot, Jeff's,
H'ng St. 1980-lm
STEAM LAUNCH FOR 8ALE The
"Talula," as sho now lies In the har
bor. She Is a nearly new boat, lo
perfect working order, and has been
of lato used In towing at Kahului
harbor. W. H. Pain.
TO LET Flvo houses, central loca
tion; 1, 8 rooms, $30; 1, 0 looms,
$25; l, 5 rooms, 5-year lease, $12.00;
2 together. 14 rooms, $33; furniture
for sale, $750 cash. Annly to J. W.
Lako, Sowing' Machine Exehni(gi).
1288 Fort St. 1990-tf
TO LET Two front roc
TO LET llouso on Llllha St., near
hciiooi, containing iloublo parlor, 4
bediooms, dining room, bath and
pfttont W. C. Enqulro of Jos. I-'rias,
at J. P. Hodrlgues, on Fort St.. opp.
Hackfold's. J995 tf
TO LET Entlro second floor of build
ing on Fort St., abovo Hotel, to be
ready for occupancy about Dec, 1st.
Address II. I)., Bulletin office
TO LET A large, sunny tront room
in a private family; mauka Thomas
Square; hot and cold water; electric
lights; possession given Oct. 15th
Address A. B. 0., P.,0, box 572.
MORE ROOM NBRDED
has expanded to such proportions dur
ing tho past few months that wn hav
been obliged to seek larger and pret
Which comes from having one of
tno best Modistes In tho country for
that Is what our Dressmaker Is. This
Is not our statement. It In tho state
ment of a multitude, of fastidious cus
tomers. That they mean what they
say Is proven by their returning over
and over again; by their bringing
their irlenda; by tholr aellghti-d'aat-lstactlon
with Madame's creations.
Wo havo secured Rooms 201-202 and
203, up ono (light, in the Boston Ilulld-
MADAME : BADGLEY
will hereafter bo pleaded to moet her
old friends, as well us thoso who havo
not yet mado trial of her Artistic skill.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
TO LET Mosqulto-proof room, cen
trally located. Apply E. E. Miller,
Pantheon Bnrbar bnop. 1991-n
LARGE, sunny mosqulto-proof room,
,rn,. i;n,.,,i. tin .,.. mnnih
Annly Pantheon Barber Shop. !
TO LET Suit of offices In Progress
block. Inquire or Bruce Waring &
FOR RENT A new bouse on Arte
sian St., of six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enqulro of Chas.
E. Frasher, Consolidated Soda
SIX-ROOM COTTAGE, Punchbowl St.,
msdern 'improvements. Apply to
A. G. Cunha, 2d house abovo Mor
mon Church. 1991-lm
TO LET Two lumlshed rooms and 2
rooms for housekeeping, S15. 1400
Punchbowl Si. 1988-2W
FOR RENT A largo hall In tho Wav
erlcy block, suitable for lodges, so
cieties, etc., furnished or unfurnish
ed. Apply to A. V. Gear. 1976
LOST Lady's gold watch, Saturday
afternoon. Fort St., between School
and Hotel Sts. Return to Bulletin
office and obtain reward. 1997-lw
LOST A gold watch at the old base
ball grounds. Makikl, Thursday
evening. Finder can obtain liberal
reward by returning same to Ster
ling's Paint Shop. 1995-lw
STRAYED Three red and white hom
ing pigeons, silver bands around leg.
Reward given If returned to Prince
FOUND Two bicycles. Owners may
have samo by proving property and
paying for advertisement. Call hack
stand No. 17G. 1998-lw
FOUND A purso containing a sum of
money. For particulars call at tho
police station. 1980-tf
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coaling Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
as there are In the State, yielding from
50 to 250 barreU per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coal
Inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-five producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
make your own calculation as to
Tho oil industry of California Is In
Its Infancy, yet many fortunos have
been made by judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many mor
will bo mado ln tho near future
Tho average advanco on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has bocn
from $1 to $108 per share.
ull lands havo advanced from $1.25
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acr.
When tho Pacific Union OH Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on its property, its stock will have
tno sumo show for oven a greater ad
vance,.as soma oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company nil
no salaried officers, and is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will see that tho money derived
from tho salo of stock will bo legiti
mately applied to tho development ot
For further information, apply to J,
II. FISHER & CO., Stock and Bond
Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for the
sale of a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangon
wald building, Morchnnt Btrcot.
UKI'.I) OLD QU4RTERK.
Tlio Myrtlo Club, nt Its meeting last
nvenlng, decided thnt It would not bo
advlsablo under picsont conditions tn
build a new clubhouse tu bo located
on tho new' bite niakal of tho channel
wharf. Tho erection of it now hotiso
would cost In tho neighborhood of
$9000. while tho nl houso can be
moved and completely rearranged for
linir thnt sum. Work will bo begun
by Cotton Brothers within a short
time, and by tno end of tho year the
Myrtles will bu rendy to sco their
many friends at u houso-warmlng, the
llko of which Iuih never bcon had In
The Bulletin, 75 cent p?r month.
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NEW LORD MAYOR
London, Nov. S. The new Lord
Mayor, Sir Joseph o. Dltnsdale, wbb
Installed at Guild Hal) this nftomoou
with nil the quaint formalities ami
cernmnnlna customary on the transfer
of Oil office.
Hlr Joseph CockfleM Dlmsdale, tho
now Lord Mayor of Ixmdou, has long
V.wn J .?8"re ln. the municipal life of
,lnB unl,s" metropolis ana is wen
tuiurru iui uia vviiueuuun wim mo
great banking Arm of Dlmsdale, Cave.
Timweii At vo, me leading financial
house of tho city of Prescot. Ho was
horn with nound of Bow Bells In 1819,
nnd In 1891 made his debut In politics
by Iila election as Alderman for Com
hill. Slnco then 'no has occupied tho
usual preparatory offices which seivo
as topa to tho Mayoralty
the places of Sheriff and member of
tho London Council. Last year Sir
josepn was elected a member of Par
liament, Tho new lady mayoress was
tcrmerly Miss Beatrice lloldsworth,
nnd aim was mnrrled to Sir Joseph in
1S73, the occasion being ono of social
Importance. It la said that this couple
Is pre-eminently fitted to discharge
the society functions of the municipal
Hawaiian Opera House
Mr. James Neill
AND THE NEILL COrtPANY.
Direct from 20 weoks of unparallel
ed success ln San Francisco, Present
ing Nov. 14 ROSEMARY.
Nov. 15 THE CA8E OF REBEL
Nov. 16 UNDER TWO FLAG8.
As presented three months at the
Garden Theater. Now York. A dra
matization of Oulda's novel.
Nov. 19 "An Ideal Husband." Oscar
Wlldo's Qroatbst Play.
Nov, 21 Nancy & Co. Famous An
gustln Daly Comedy,
Nov. zz The Jilt Dion Bouclcault s
Remarkable Racing Drama.
Nov. 23 The Royal Box Char ca
Coghlan'a Romantic Masterpiece.
LAVISH 5CENIC HOUNTINOS I
No Children under 7 years admitted.
Seats now on sale at Wall, Nichols
Liiau and Fair
to be held at
NOVEMBER 30, 1001.
In aid of Tho Sisters of the Sacred
Tickets for salo at all stores.
HENRY ST. GOAIL
Members Stock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to put
chaso and tale' ot Hawaiian Bugs
Eastern and Foreign Stocks an
403 Cnllfornln St.,
finn Fi'iinclHCo, Cut.
TEL. MAIN 04.
Mih. H. H. Williams
Art Embroldfry and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : :
Art Embroidery Taught : ;
Love Huluilnft. Fort Street
t V 1
65 Queen St.
ON SATURDAY,. NOVEMBER 23rd,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a number of
Phaetons, Surrlet, Etc, Etc
JAS. F. MORGAN
On Saturday, November 23rd,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho premises of the HONOLULU
STOCK-YARDS CO., corner of Punch
bowl nnd King streets, I will sell at
1 New Blacksmith Shop, covered
1 New Warehouse, covered with
1 New Stable, covered with Iron.
Thcso buildings are nil new nnd enn
bo removed or the owner can arrange
with tho owner ol tho land to allow
them to remain ou tno premises at a
fixed rental. . ,.Jrf
.JAS. F. MORGAN,
Billiard and Pool Tabid
and a Fine Library
On Saturday, November 23rd
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction
2 Fiuo Billiard Tables with Cuus,
1 Combination I),, lard nnd Pool
A Flno Library, Comprising:
Dickens' Works, DrllUh. Essayists,
Byron's Complete Works, Histories,
Encyclopedias, Wavorley Novels,
A complete catalogue of tho books
will be ready In a few days.
Goods now on view at my salesroom,
05 Queen street.
AIo Hanailan-breil Bay Pacer, Ka
malic. Dam, Maknpo, 2:20; Sire, Cre
Jas. F. Morgan,
Tho undersigned will receive appli
cations to loaBO lots In the "SCHMIDT
CENTRAL BLOCK" on Beretanla
street. No, 688, adjoining the prem
ises of tho Queen's Hospital,
This valuable proporty will be divid
ed Into several business sites and of
fers a flno chance to Investors In Real
Estate Suitable for Stores, Lodging
Houses or Dwellings. Applications for
lots will bo treated In priority and It
will pay to make early applications.
An important feature of these leases
Is that tho lessee has tho option of
purchasing his lot ln fee simple during
tho term of his lease at a figure based
on tho rental he Is paying.
Terms and conditions of lease with
amount of rents asked can bo had on
Jae. F. Morgan,
65 Queen Street.
65 Queen St