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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULD. 11. T.. MONDAY, APRII 14, 1902.
r.ntlrc now stock of Tho rcllnblo
CLCVELAND CHAIN WHEEL3 Just
1lu)K (ino nltli choice of Tires, Saddle,
No better vnlue ever offered In Ulcy
clcs than this
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:
EHLUltK' BLOCK. FORT STREET.
"When you aro ready, Gridley, you may fire
ttn 1 e l- r.i 1 ' a hir wvi in
can;tT, he was prenpt la use
he iritop aa follrwa concerning
il ' ! liavc uiei C I'l 2 A i"'U?P
CITE f.r the pas', yci- a.d rijnd
il n c-sl lent pr juration ''
11 is caraniecd ) c: s
Dandruff I'.cl.ing Scalp,
Filing Hair, and I) prcrola a
vigorous, hiallny gmw'.h
Inutiona are plcrr.iiul tut ineffectual be oure you B8t
Ihe genuine--ao'.d everywhere.
Coke Shampoo and Toilet Soap
A delightful toilet soap. Gives the hair and akin the gloss
ni glow of youth and perfect health.
A.R.Bremer Co. Chicago.
HOBRON ORUG COMPANY. FORT AND KING STREETS.
BUTTER SUIT YOU?
Has It got a moldy. Unci: number,
ngi-d sort of smell that taken away
jour appetite for that thick, Juicy
steak nu would hac otherwlso en
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
we sell will en-ate an appetite not
take It nway Hitter than any spring
toule raide It la pure, sweet and
lr"li as a daisy
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
GEO. 1. MARTIN, Tailor, Boston Building.
The longshoremen's I iilim met es
tenia y tor the purposo of discussing
vari)Urt matters In connection with
the by-laws of the organl7atlon Tho
most important matter brought up at
tho meeting was the proposition of
Asiatic lahoi as employed h) curtain
parties doing business along the wa
terfront At the meeting, the mem
bers of the union were mnde to un
dcrstand thoroughl) that the) miikt
cxpoct to pay a fine of $25 IT they are
ever caught working along wharves
with either Chinese or Jupjnese
Indeed this Is already well under
stood by the membeis if the union
and they are beginning to i-how light
A (ertnin stevedore firm that hns been
wont to emplo) both AskilltH and nn
Uvea has found reientl) that none of
tho llnwallaus will do u stroke of work
It wm alho decided at the mrrting
to make the Initiation fee $10 Instead
of (23, ns was dedded on in the be
ginning. It was fill tilt 1 decided that
In caso there bliould be need of nione)
to carry on work of the union tho ex
ecutive committee shall hnve Ihe pow
er to place a pio latn on lach of tho
members of the union
At tho present time there are over
four hundred membeis of the Long
shoremen's Union Deslden these,
tbero are In the neighborhood of tluee
hundrid more ellgihlo workers on the
wharves, a great man) of whom have
already signified theli intention to
Jolu tbo Union as soon us the oppoitu
nity should offer
THEY NEVER GOME BACK !
The greatest tllscovei) foi the de
struction of iho greatest of pests
Kills those that como In and keeps
otbeni from coming.
Every housekeeper should hnvo a
sample box to uso; no danger from
poleoo. TRY A BOX. PRICE 25c.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE,
or P. O. Box 330,
-. . "
At noon today the Cierman bark
Paul Isuiberg, Captain (Ht, docked at
Drevver's whatf after a tough vo)age
ol 15'1 du)s flout Dreinerhaven She
made the run from the English cbau
nel In 140 days,
Off tbo eastern 10.1st of Soulu Amer
lta, In latitude 33 degrees. 40 minutes,
houin, longllude, 51 degrees west, the
Isenberg encountered a tetilllc hurri
cane nnd lost nil the sails she was ear
ning nt the time, hot ioi-CMtll, lower
topsails, ml77.cn stnsall and forctop
matt sta.vsnll being blown away like,
so many hamlkft duets Had vveatber
ilnrlnK most ol the vovnge delnyed the
usbd a gieat dial, luni e hit long pas
sage. In tht Ninth Si a one of the crow
of the Isenhiih a liov. fell fioin the
lore lowei topsail aid and bloke both
his legs The lad was put ashore at
Dmlng tho trip a glial many shniltH
vvero seen I-ight wcte t might In one
day. one of the monsters measutlng
eighteen feet In length
The Isenberg bilngs n largo gencial
i n mo tonslcned to II. llnckfeld & Co.
Cnptnin Wilier of tho bark Ceylon
and Captain Ott aro great friends. Knto
nnauged It vety likely by bringing thn
Ceylon in hero fitim l.u)san yesterday
and the Isenberg In today fiom Or
many Tho friends met shortly nfter
the Isenberg's ui rival, Captain Wilier
being one of the flist to bontd the ves
I Los Angeles, April I Ciincinl Mnu
ngei Albeit L New, nlso vlco president
I of the Pacific and Continental Wholes
iTeUihOMo and Telcginph Company, Is
In Los AngcleB concluding final prep
j aiatluus foi the cclabllshmtiit of a sys
I tern bitweeu Cittallna Island and this
city The machinery for tho two sta
tions has been picparn! and Is nvvalt
I lug shipment nt Dcuvir, Colo, where
aro lotated the general olllces of the
compati). Ucftire leaving for Cutalltn
Island. New paid'
"It will take about tblity duys to
get the system working between Los
Angeles nnd tho Island. Wo will fol
low up this woik by establishing lines
between San Diego and Los Angeles.
Los Angeles nnd San Trauclsco and
from there work our wny up the const
by Btietcbcs, finally entering Alaska."
back mi iy
I W it Mi
DLFEAT OF BRITISH
I.ondon, April 4 The Hour Junta In
London saja It has received news of a
recent action In South Afilca, In the'
course of which the burghers enptured
a loaded Ilrltlsh couoy mid COO men,
releasing the soldiers, accoidlng to cub
tom, after having iclloved them of their
rincs, rarlrldgc belts, ammunition nnd
superfluous clothing. The War OBlcc
denies knowledge of such engagement
and the Doers assert the Information ol
the c.tpture has been deliberately sup
pressed either by Loul Kitchener or his
suboidlnatc command! rs.
The story of the alleged Incident ha
reached the opposition nnd a qucitlon
will bo nddrcised to the Government on
the subject Immediately after the reas
sembling of Parliament. One of tho
Doer delegates said:
"Six hundred Ililtlsh troopq, com
manded by a colonel, were. advancing
through a broken country In thnrgo ol
n baggage trnln.vvhcn 400 Doers appear
ed directly ahead of tho convoy at sumo
distance and openrd lire. The Ilrltlsh
commander sent 400 men forward to
disperse tho enemy. Thereupon a
strong parly of burghers attacked the
smalt convoy guard, surrounding anil
disarming It. Ihe Ilrltlsh ndvnme de
tachment tried to return to their com
rades, but the Doers closed about on all
sides of the detachment, u hlch surren
dered after slight leslstance. The stir
pilso effected by the burghers was
complete. The casuilties on both sides
w ere few."
There was severe fighting at! day
long March 31 In the neighborhood ol
Harts Itlver In the southwestern ex
tremity of tho Transvaal between part
of General Kitchener's force and tho
forces of (leueials Dclarey nnd Kemp,
resulting In the repulse of the Doers af
ter heavy losses on both sides. Tho
Canadian forces especially distinguish
ed themselves, one party, commanded
by I. lent Drucc Carruthers. holding IU
post until every man was killed or
Lord Kitchener's ofllcl.il repnit, dated
from Pretoria, yesterday evening, sas.
Oeneral Kitchener (Lord Kitchener's
brother) sent Colonels Kclr nnd Cooks
on from Vrelekull, Western Transvul,
March 31, to reconnolter toward Harts
River. They oon struck the track
of tho guns nnd carried on a running
light for eight miles, following tho
trneq through the bush. Kmerglng on
n plain, largo Doer reinforcements ad
vanced against their Hanks, forcing the
Ilrltlsh troops to take up a defenslvq
position, which they hastily entrench
ed., righting ensued nt close quarters
until tho Doers were repulsed on all
sides. Delnrey, Kemp nnd other lead
ers valuly attempted to pessuadc theli
men to renew the action.
Fifteen hundred Floera paitlclpatcd In
the engagemtnt, but they had surfercd
too heavily nnd cleared nway to tho
northwest and south. The Ilrltlsh
l03scs also weie severe. The Cana
dian Ulllcs especially distinguished
thrauolvcs, one party, commanded by
Lieutenant nrucc Carruthers, holding
lta post until every man was killed or
wounded Others of the forces showed
gieat steadiness, allowing tliu Doers to
advance within 200 ynids of them nnd
l ('lulling them vvHh a steady rifle lire.
Hill; FM mi: out
The Occidental & Oriental steamshlK
Porlc, Captain II Smith, arrived from
Oriental ports this morning, docking
at the cbHuncl wharf about 0 o'cIock
She sailed from Hongkong on March
25, Shanghai on tho 2i)th, Nagasaki on
the 31st, Kobe on the 2d Inst., nnd Yo
kohama on the Cth, making the, mid
from the latter port In 9 dn)s, T homi
and 25 minutes, her second btst rec
oil! In the last thirt vo)ngcs.
The Doric brings bOO ions of freight
for this nort. a few cabin tutsseni-ers
and 395 Japanese In the stetfnge She
enjo)eii a very pleasant trip. Her
ttirough passenger list appears else
where. She sails from San Krandsco at
6 o'clock this evening.
Tbo Doric Rlehteil n tun. tnnulml
etenmer ashore to the south of Mlkomo
to lighthouse, near Dock Island, about
05 milts to the westward of-Vokohama,
Just beforo reaching Yokohama from
Kobe. Captain Smith says he could not
make out what the vessel was,
'Iho Japan Dally Mall of Saturda
April 5. the dllv the Dnrli- knllcil frnm
I Yokohama, has tho following to sj
luucciiung mo birauueu steamer
"News arrived In Yokohama on
Thursday that a steamer was ashoro
near Shlmoda Tho O & 0. steamer
, IJorlc, wlilih artlved here from Kobe
on Thuisday afternoon, nnd the N. Y.
K tteamer Kobe Maru, which at rival
,fiom Kobe on Pildny, reported having
sighted n two-innfited steamer ashore
tu uiu souin oi .viiKomoio lighthouse,
In the neighborhood of the place gen
erally known ns Hock Island, Umiiilr
ies nt vnilous epiarters failed to vtrl
fj tho name of tho stranded sleniuir.
Thero Is strong reason, however, to
stippofco that the ship Is the Talo Ma
ru, 713 tons register, owned by Take
sakl Kusuma. She arrived at Yokoha
ma fiom Newchwaug towards tho tntl
of last month, nnd after discharging
her inrgo left hero for MoJI on tho 2d
Inst, nt 6 p. m. It seems probablo that
sho stranded during tho night. When
sighted by tbo Kobe Maru only the
funnel and masts wcro visible, the oth
er pnits of the steamer being under wa
ter." The Investigation of Ihe brlbuy
chin ges In connection with the Danish
Island ale produces only positive tie
nlals of Christmas' statements.
At the Electric Congress Just held
In Moftow nn c'cctilc motor plough
was exhibited which tinned n lunow
twelve Inches deep.
W J 1'u rn I nil has been nominated
for Governor by tho Oregon Itepubll
Tho Senato has passed the oleomar
garine bill byo a voto of 30 to 31.
Thomas Dunn Kngllsh, the author
tit "Den Dolt", Is dead.
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m a ro p. m
Sunday ,, ,
Monday . . ,
f S 9 Ol q 4o
) )J 9 )4 lo )o
4 16 I c8 II .4
4 $1 lo 41 a. nt.
I I M I
1 0 4 40 I t
l 5 11 I
6 5 1.8 $ 4S l ! o '
lTi.8. 6 40 if ol I f)
5 I cA 8
a m p. m
9 r j JJ( i h
New moon on the 8th at 3:20 a. m
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul anu iillo occur
about au hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is 10b 30m
slower than Green wclh time, being
....a of tho meridian of 167.30. Tho
tlmo whlstlo . owb at l:S0 p. m whlcn
It tho same as Qrcenwlcn. on Om.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find thcro
a branch of tho U. S. Iiydrogrnphlc
OITlco located in tho Merchnnts' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit freo of charge, complcto setB
of charts nnd directions of tho world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
nn dall matters of Interest to ocean
Wentber Iliireau. Punnhoti. April II.
Temperature Morning minimum
S, MldiM) maximum, iu.
. . f M in n-l T-ntllnw
iiuiuiiieter nv i. vvi i ....ui
Halnfall 0 03.
Dew Point fill-'.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. CI per cent.
Runday, April 13.
Str. Kenuhou, Moiher, from Kllauen,
nt 9 41 a m.
Str. Noenu, W)man, from Kukul
haele, at 10 a. m.
Str. James Makee, Tulbtt, from Ha
namaulu. at fi 55 a. m.
Str. W, O. Hall, S. Thompson, from
Knual ports nt 4 a. m.
Str. Claudlne, Parker, from Maui
ports, nt 3:45 a. in.
Am. bk. Ce)lon. Wilier. 29 da)s from
Mondn), April II.
Ger bk. Paul Isenberg, Ott, 163 dn)t
from Dremerhnven; at noon; at Draw
A.-II. S S Ilyndes. Oarllck. 9 du)s
fiom San Krandsco, nt 11 n in., with
lfi2 bai mall, 2000 tons of general
freight for Honolulu and TOO tons gen
ernl freight for Kahulul; at A.-H. S. S
O. & O. S. S Doric, Smith, from
Hongkong, March 25: Shanghai, 29,
Nagasaki, 31; Kobe. April 2; Yoko
hama, April 5, at 9 a m.; with mall,
pnssengeis, .195 Jnpnnese In steerage
and liiiii tont of Oriental merchandise,
at channel wharf,
Sunday, April 13.
1' S. A. T Sheridan. Pierce, for .Ma
nila with troops, at 6 a. m.
Monday, April 1 1.
Str. Nllhtu, Thompson, for Hono
kna and Kukulhaele; nt 9:30 a. in.
Str. Lehua, Naupala, for Molokal
potts, at 5 p. m.
Schr. I wlllght, for Koloa, Elccle, Ha
napepe, Wnlmea and Kekaha: this af
ternoon. Schr. Lady, for Koolau poits, this af
ternoon. O & O S. S Doric. Smith, for San
rinnclsco, from channel wharf, nt G
Str. Wnlalcnle, Plltz, foi Haii.itnuiilu
and Anahola, at I p. m.
TO SAIL TOMOIIHQW.
Str. Klnau, Krcemnn, for Hilo mid
way ports, at Doon.
Str. Claudlne, Paikc r, for Maul ports,
at 5 p. m.
Str. Manna Lna, Slmeison, for Ha
waii and Maul ports, at noon
Str. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kuunl ports, at 5 p. m.
l'rom the Orient, per (). & O. S. S.
Doric, April 14. For Honolulu Mrs.
A. M Davis, Master Edward Davis,
II. E. Darin r. Miss Elizabeth Davis.
Mrs. Ladd, 8. F Joor. For San Fran
cisco Jas. Innes, V. I'ldnll, II T.
tliutervvorth, II. Uihleln, It. Wnidle,
Rev. II Foi man, ltt Rev. lllshop Chat
ron, A. B. McKlnnell, Mrs. E. R.
oampson, Mrs. P G. Wood, Mrs C
P. Terrett, Mrs. 1'. It Gieene, Mrs.
II. Heaeock V Novello. Miss Robert
son, Mis. Seglu-rs, Mis. R. Piatt,
Comilr. II Christian, R N ; E. Wtibr
Un. r Adam, O UUsen, Mis. R.
Wardle, Mis. II I'ormnn, L. D. Abra
ham, Mrs. E II Smith nnd amah, O.
Duekcn, Miss Wood, Miss Terrott,
Comilr. Perry Gaist, U. S. N.; A. Car
tier, Miss Perry, Mr. Segbers, Captain
II. Piatt and seivant.
I'iom Knual ports, per str W. O
Hall, April 13. A. S. Wilt ox, wife and
daughter, 0. N. Wlltot, Miss J. Qulnn.
Mrs, W A. Klnnej, child and nurse,
Miss A. Sorenson, O. Doidigrcvlnk,
Mrs J. V. Ecknrdt, Mrs. J, Souzn, Mrs.
C. F. Rodrlgucs. Miss Ida Rodrlgues,
C H. W. Ahl, JTiss Anna Kaaloa. Mrs.
L. Kevvalo, Hamasawa, In Kwul and 77
Trom Maul, per atr. Claudlne, April
13 S. P. l'cnn and wife, J, R. Myers,
J. W. Fnrwell, W M McQunld, W. O.
Flantleis, J. W. lllplkanc. C. T. Day.
0 C. Hnfgnid, Ung Oat, wife and two
children, N. K. Snlinu, I. K. Tlllou
Thomas Poole, S. Tannkn, Flora Abby.
Mis. D. K. Holstdn anil child, Miss
Lyons, C. Lenno and wife, Mis. A. G.
Dickens nnd three itilldieu, 11. A. Al
len, F. H. ilii)sddm Jr., (1. W. Cnrr,
It. W. Madden, A. A DeiibOll. Mis Mul
any. (1. W. Pntton, Muster E. Dunn
nnd 19 dtek.
Theie weie In the nclghboihood of
tluee hundred persons piesent and
every one has a good word to say for
tho picnic. There was plenty of fun
nnd plenty to eat. When nil was over,
tho children wero each presented with
a bag of tundy nnd It was found In
gathering tho material together Hint
theie was enough candy for at least J
Tho Evening Dullctln, 75 cents per
Have you seen this stock of waists ?
Then you have bought. You couldn't resist this
great airay of charming new styles, unless your waist
wants were filled for all time to come. To those of
you who have not invested we say-visit our base
ment salesroom ; you'll buy or we miss our guess.
What of these few ?
SJephyr shirt waist, fnncy
striped, soft cuffs, open front or
open back, colors pink, blue and
navy; a beautiful waist Sizes
32 to IU. Price $2.00
Mercerized shirt waists,
latest sleeves nnd tuffs, open
batk, front cither rows or
French Insertion; colors striped,
pink, blue-, lavender. All sizes.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Limited
For Want Column See Page Six
FOR SALE 30 acres of vnlunble prop
erty at Pearl City. Imnrov omenta,
3 good houses, rlee mill, artesian
well. Hearing fruit trees, 5 acres
suitable for gardening. Dalnnru un
tier cultivation In rice. For pnrtlcu
lars apply to J. Armstrong. Pearl
LOST Silver chain with coins at
tach! d Reward If left nt this of
LOST Don't lose jour ball, for Its a
good thing to hnve Tr) Pnehecos
Daudiuff Klllci, It saves the hair.
At Union Darber Shop
PICtlCER MILL MEETING.
A spcdnl met ling of the slotkhold-
trs of the Plom ei .Mill Ctunpniiy Lim
ited, will be held at the ofTltf of If.
llnckfeld A. Co. Ltd.. on Thursday,
Apill 17lh, 1902, tit 1G n in.
Creditors of Compan) "11". N tl. If.
will pU-uM- tnkt- notice ttiitf nil claims
now existing ugnlnst the funds of
Company "II" must be piesenled to
tho Company Conimundcr, Cnptnin W
R Uib-y at Mllltnr) lleudtiuaiiers. on
oi befoie the 12th day of May 1902.
W it. RILEY.
Captain 1 Irst Regiment. N (! H,
Commanding Compan) H" '
A JlviJcnJ Is due and piv.ihle to the
stockholders of the Inter-lsl uul Stetin
Navigation Ctimrunv, I ImittrJ, .it the
otlK'e of th company, Qmeu St.. on Tues
day, April 15II1, 1801.
T lie stikKliioks of the company will he
closed to transfers from the 15th to the 17th
N. H. GEUGB,
Honolulu, April 14, npi 2121-jt
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the Regular Annual Meeting of
tliu lluvvullnn Iti-nlty nnd Maturity
Couipaii), Limited, hi hi 011 the 12th
day or April, 1902, the following offi
cers wtie elected to stive for tho en
L. K. Kcntvell President
Frank Andrade . Vice President
John D. Holt Jr. Treasurer
A. L, Ahlo . Secretary
Ed. Stiles Auditor
The above olTlceis nlso constitute
toe Hoard of tllreetois.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND
.MATt'RITY CO., LTD.,
A. L. AHLO,
Honolulu, A pill 12, 1902.
8PECIAL STOCKHOLDERS MEET
INQ OF THE
McBryde Sugar Company, Limited.
Notice 1b ht'reby given that, pursu
ant tu n request ot the dliettors of the
McDryde Sugar Compan), Limited, nnd
of otbei off Iters of said company a
special meeting of the stockholder of
the McHrydo Sugar Company, Limited,
will be held on Fildii) the 25th day or
April, A. I). 1902 tit in o'clock n. 111.
In the mums uvei the offices of Castle
& Cooke, at the iiiinci or Dethel and
King stnets, tu Honolulu, to consider
nnd -vote upon a imposition to In
crease the bonded Indebtedness of the
MeIli)ilo Sugui Company, Limited, ami
to bond the property nnd assets of said
Company for that piupose, nnd to de
termine by vote nny and all questions
necessary or proper to effeetuate tho
said proposition, or incident then to,
thut may como lieforo said meeting
D. PAUL R ISENIIERO.
President of tho Mcllryde Sugar Com
F M. BWANZY,
Ticasurer of the Mcllrjtlo Sugar Com
Dated, Honolulu, April 11, A. I) 1902.
2121 April 14, 17, 21, 24.
White Lawn, . . . 1.75
White Lawn shirt waists,
embroidered and tucked front,
open bark, soft collar and cuffs.
Slze3 32 to 40. Trice $1.75
White Lawn, . . . 2.50
Sheer whlto lawn shirt
waist hemstitched, open back,
lace inserted and hemstitched
front fancy sleeves. Sizes 32 to
10 Price $2.50
Will be received by the Superintendent
of Public Wotks until 1 p. m. of Mon
day. May 5th, 1902, for laying 0 Inch
and 4 Inch cast Iron pipe, 4 Inch, 3-
Inch and 2 Inch wrought iron pipe,
hydrants, stand pipes, etc., for Lahal
na Water Works.
Plans and specifications on file In
office of Superintendent of Public
The Superintendent reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
JAMES H. DOYD.
I Superintendent of Public Works.
Will be received by the Superintend
ent of Public Works until 1 p m. of
Monday, May 5th, 1902, for the Con
struction of Reseivolr, Screen nnd
Stone Chaniboi, etc., for Lnhatnn Wa
Plans and specifications on fllu lu
office of Superintendent of Public
'the Superintendent reserves the
rlgtn to reject any nnd all bids.
JAMES II. DOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Salttiday. May 17th, 1902, nt 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrnnce of
the Judiciary building, will be sold nt
Public Auction tho lease of the land
known as "Katipakuca" situate In tho
DIstiict or Hllo, Hawaii, and contain
Ing an atea of 210 acres, a little more
Tenu FIvo years
Upset Rental $000 per annum, pay
(tblo semi ainually In advance.
Lease to commence, fiom the 17th
day of June-, 1902, at which dale pos
session of the laud be given.
For fttither particulars apply at th
Public Lauds Office, Honolulu.
EDWARD 8 nOTD,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Public Lauds Office, April 12, 1S02.
And Every Evening This Week Except
FAMILY MATINEE SATURDAY
To-night and To-morrow
I Wednesday and Thursday,
THE RANKER DAUGHTER
FRIDAY and SATUR7JAY
BERTHA, THESEWING GIRL.
1 Matinee Prices, 15 nnd 25 cents
1 Scats Now on Sale.
Orpheum Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 75c
WAILUKU PULE OP MUD.
Walluku Aim II 12. Maul has had
1 ly fair weather this week Not a diop
of rain limine fallen Blnco last Satur
day morning The muddy condition of
the roads Is fast disappearing and
pedestrlaus can now Bafely walk about
without foar of falling Into a mudholo
six feet deep.
I It Is expected tho Senato will net on
the canal bill nt this session of Con
65 Queen St.
COTTAGE on Emma Square, 3 bed
rooms, panor, uining room. i"j,
kitchen and bath. Rent $10 per
month. Apply to Jas. F. Morgan, 65
-riAn . e-rnnv HOUSE In tho Mc
Carthy tract, Uerctanla street, bo-
twecu Pllkol nnu Kcenumohu streets.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen St