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nVfiNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., MONDAY, JULY 28, 1!02.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
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Poitottlre Box 71S
Jt'LY 2S, 1902.
Taking Into consideration the novel
ty of the affair the display made at
the agricultural and merchants' fair Is
ery gratlfjlng. It Bhovvs that not
withstanding our magnificent Island
distances Hawaii can rouse Itself to an
Interest In agricultural products out
side the realm of the Territory's great
mainstay. It Is an ec opener to the
majority of the people, who, though
they possess a vague and general
knowledge of the Tcrrltorj's capacity
to produce nwirly exery vegetable
grown, hae hitherto been In Ignorance
of the practical possibilities of our soil
and of what the small farmers are
The exhibition of agricultural prod
ucts cannot fail tho gle a new Interest
In tho development of profitable agri
culture and broaden the scope of the
Bmall farmers Seeing Is believing and
the successful demonstration of what
can be done will put a more enthusias
tic power behind whatever measure
may be proposed that Hawaii may sup
ply the demands of Its local market
and have money spent here that now
goes to the farmers of the Mainland.
Honolulu merchants and members ol
the Ilullders and Traders' Exchange
have made exhibits that are a pleasant
surprise. While the display Is not as
extensive as many had supposed It
might be. there is an artistic finish and
attention to attractive tit tall that is
iredlt to exhibitors and the city o
Honolulu. The general Impression
gained by the visitors is that Honolulu
business men are up-to-date in all their
AGRICULTURAL FAIR OPENS
WITH EXCELLENT SHOWING
(Continued from Pago 1.)
hair ferns. Next to this Is a cage, or
canary birds that, happy In their sur
roundings, keep singing tho whole
time. In the opposite corner Is a col
lection of palms, the best that has ove
been got together In the Islands.
All the way across tho hallway from
makal to mauka are two rows of tu
blcs with a wide aisle in tho center
nnd others to the sides Iu tho centor
of the place is the caladlum show,
while at the extreme mauka end Is tho
miniature forest in which may bo seen
n large number of varieties of tho In
digenous trees of Hawaii In their baby
On the first of the tables aro the ex
hibitlons of taro and cereals. Next
come alfalfa and the fodder grasses.
nnd the third pair of tables aro devot
ed to beets, potatoes, beans, tomatoes.
pears, cabbages, egg plants and the
like, on thd left and, red top, millet,
guinea grass, cotton, sorghum and oth
er exhibits to tho righL
Jack tree fruit on the left and bread
fruit, dried sunflowers, bananas, or
anges and grapes on tho right occupy
the fourth pair of tables and then come
the exhibits of lels and tho like.
Mauka of the caladlum show may be
found a whole table full of alligator
pears on the left. Some of these ate
as large as ordinary sized musk mel
ons. Opposite are enormous squashes,
potatoes, corn nnd tho like
Still further mauka aro the bananas,
melons and peppers, next, cane, man
goes of beautiful color and gieat size,
with pineapples, squashes and tho
The next tables are filled with
peaches, line tomatoes, corn, grape
fruit, papalas, peppers, lettuce, cocoa-
nuts, potatoes, oranges, dates, rose ap
ples, pomegranates and beans.
Hanged along tbo Ewa sido are the
coffee and BUgar exhibits, and another
devoted to Jams, Jellies, canned and
bottled fruits-f rani various partB of tho
Islands Tho Taroena show Is a most
Along tho Walklkl wall arc onions,
peppers, beans and tabbageB In one
place and figs, ferns, etc.. In another.
On nnotber tabic are specimens of cas
sava, pomalo and sisal, One of tho
best Is the Ilenson, bmlth & Co. mailo
cologne uxniult. Thu Walakekua Mln
cral Water Company's show also
comes In for an Important place.
The Kamchnmeha School exhibit
takes In tbo whole of tbo stage front,
Tho students have made a very credit
The Ilullders and Traders' Exchange
has almost the entire Walklkl sido of
the pavilion. It Is represented by th
following members- Lewcrs & Cooke,
Ltd., paints and oils, glass, brick, lura
her, terra cotta, wall paper, lime, c
Blent, builders' hardware and other
H. Hackfeld & Co. Ltd. Lime, ce
ment, other building materials, Kona
Tho contests at the prlmnrlcs to bo
held Saturday evening promise to !
lively affairs In nearly ecry precinct
of this Island. With the exception of
Achl and Lanes precinct In the l'lftli,
Walmanalo and Honolulu Hale In the
I Wjralw to
Fourth Representative District.
1 Government Nursery S
2 Klmiu & Pllkol Sts 19
3 llldg end Nuuanu Tram line .1
4 I.usltana Hall. Vlnevard St.... II
5 Kapualwa, tlldg 6
G Honolulu Hale 4
7 Walmanalo School House .... 1
Total 4th Representative Dlst. 03
Fifth Representative District. , ,
1 Kancohe Court House I
2 Koolauloa Court House 2
3 Walalim Court House 2 .
4 Walanao Court House 2
5 11. II, Station, Ewa 1'ltn 1
6 Ewa Court House 4
7 Reform School 7
8 Achl Warehouse.LIIIha St 6
9 Kauluwcla School House .... C
10 Kauluwcla School House .... 3
Total 3th Representative District 37
coffee, office furniture, etc.
Honolulu Iron Works Co. Plumblnq
supplies In connection with Jas. Nott
Jr , W. J, England Plumbing Co., Gen
ring & Uutzkc, J. X. Sbafer and E. It.
Hath, master plumbers.
California Feed Co., Ltd. Arable
cooling roof paint, lime, cement, etc
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. Elec
tric supplies, contractors for electric
Installation of all Kinds, ornamental
Pacific Hardware Co, Ltd Builder
hardware, paints, oils, etc., nlso agri
cultural Implements, household hard
ware, crockery, oil paintings, automatic
Theo. II. Davles & Co., Ltd. Limn
cement, other building materials, also
harness and saddlery supplies and ma
chinery, sewing machines.
Owens Electrical Construction Co,
Ltd General electrical contractors,
Clark Automatic Telephone Svstem.
Cashman & Nelson Awnings, tents
The secretary's booth Is at Booth 32
Seatle, July 17. The news enme In
at 10 o'clock this morning that Sherltt
Cudlhee -had Tracy and two accom
pllccB Fred, olramons, an ex convict
of San Krnnclsco, nnd J red. Hojd
surrounded In a cabin on the shoic of
Lake Sawyer, between Carrlngton and
Black Diamond. This news was given
out in an extra by tho Seattle Times,
which related the fact that the locating
of the desperado In the cabin was due
to n "stool pigeon," Tho result show
ed that tho Btuol pigeon gnvo tho sher
iff the "double cross," and on his last
visit to the rnbln warned Tracy and
tho convict made good his escape.
Last Saturday night, through Sheriff
Brisbane of Whatcom county, u "stool
pljeon" wns intiodtiied Into the Tracy
hunt. Ibis resulted In the recalling ot
all tho posses and tho subsoquoilt dlB
appearance of Cudlhee. This "stool
pigeon" bucked Tuesuay when It camo
down to leading the posse. Ho said be
didn't propose to have his head blofn
off by Tracy and his desperate pals,
who aro supposed to be Fred. Hojd
Finally the "pigeon" said that ha
would make a visit to tho outlaw camp
and report back to Cudlhee. Ho was
gone about eight hours and on Ills re
turn Informed tho sheriff that Tracy
lay In tho cnbin, wounded, and that ho
wns hardly ablo to move. His two
confederates were caring for him. TIm
locntion of the cabin was fairly well
Washington, July 1C. Secietary
Root brought from Oyster Hay the
case of General Jacob II. Smith, tried
by court martial at Manila on account
of orders issued by Major Waller. Gen
eiul Smith was found guilty of tho
charges by the court and sentenced to
be admonished by the reviewing au
thority. Tho President has so admon
ished General Smith and retired him
under the law which provides that offi
cers liming readied tlie ago or uj
vears may be retired ut will by tho
Secretary Root supplements tho com
mand of President Roosevelt In a long
circular, In which he explains tho con
ditions which resulted In the court
martial of General Smith, and shows
that although Smith Issued the "kill
and burn" order, as a matter of fact
few persons were killed us a result uf
that older, the casualties being con
fined ulmost wholly to tho cloven na
tives killed under Major Waller's di
Tho copy of a certain novelist Is a
fearsome sight. On more than one oc
casion the arrival of a batch of MS.
from this gentleman had led to trouble
in the composing department.
Quito recently tho novelist in ques
tion fairly eclipsed himself. His copy
was, Indeed, a puzzle.
"Confound tho fellow!" growled one
of the comps. "He's enough to drive a
man to drink."
"Have )ou ever heard how ho
writes?" solemnly demanded a fellow
"No," was tho reply.
"Oh," continued the other "It's slm
plo enough. Mr. Z. (the novelist) owns
a rough-haired terrier. When he feels
like writing a story ho whistles to the
dog, dips his tall In tho Ink and plants
him down on a sheet or paper Then
the novelist begins to think and tolls
the story to the dog. Tho bruto wags
his tall and there you arc." Tit-Bits.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Fourth tho nominations exceed the
number of delegates to which Indivi
dual precincts nro entitled by n good
number 1'ollowlng Is the list of pre
cincts with tho number of delegates
allotted and the number of nomina
tions In each:
DR. BARTON AT WORK
ON LOCAL COLLECTION
MATERIAL COLLECTED WHILE
DR. JORDAN'S PARTY WAS
VISITING THE ISL
ANDS. Stanford University, July 17. Dr.
Ilarton Wnrren Evermann, who was a
special lecturer at Stanford University
from 1893 to 1894, who Is Joint author
with Dr. David Starr Jordan of thu
book entitled "Food nnd Game Fish ot
North America," which has Just been
published, and who has for tho past
fourteen years been ichthyologist for
tho United States Fish Commission,
arrived nt Stanford University yester
day from Washington, D. C with tho
whole collection of fishes from Hawaii
an waters, belonging to tho Govern
ment. He will work on them hero for
several months, working them over,
classifying and Investigating their geo
graphical distribution, with a view to
making a Government report on them.
These fishes were collected in 1000 by
tho representatives of thu United
Stntes Flub Commission, under tho
supervision of Dr. Jordan, Dr. Ever
liinnn and Dr. Oliver Peebles Jenkins
of Stnnford University. Tho expedi
tion went out according to net of Con
kicks, and the work was carried on on
the United States Fish Commission's
htenmcr Albatross. It is being prose
cuted at thu present tlino among tho
Sandwich Inlands by Dr. Charles II
Gilbert head of the Stanford zoologi
cal dvpaitmetit, assisted by Protessor
Nutting of thu Statu University of
Dr. Evermann brings thu whole Gov
eminent collection of Hawaiian fishes
to the laboratories of Stanfotd Univer
sity from Washington because Stan
ford lias tho best collection of Pacific
and Polynesian tlshes In America, but
ter oven than thu Government collec
tion, and because, ho wunts to mako
use of tho best ourccs of compailson
In compiling tbo Government report,
Ho will continue this work until after
thu return of Dr. Jordan, who Is doing
Government work In tbo Samoan Isl
ands, and will not bo through probably
,,' ,,, cm, of Scplcmbcr,
dan wilt over wo the completion of tho
report as general superintendent ot
I)i. Ilarton Warren Evermann Is a
graduate of tho State University of In
diana, where he also took his A. M, and
Ph. I), degiees, and is tho author of a
numerous collection of books.
Indlnnnp"lls, July 19. When tho mi
nors' convention met today It w.ib evi
dent that all probability of a strlko had
utterly vanished. The anthracite men
who have favored a strlko were practi
cally unanimous In declaring that it
would havo been uuvvlso to order a
STEYN'S PITIABLE CONDITION.
Capo Town, July 17. Tho Indies of
Cape Town yesterday presented the
wife of the ux-I'rcsldent of tho former
Oinngu I'reo State with a purso ot
1,10 lieforo sho sailed for Europe
with her huBband. Mr. Steyn was In
pitiable condition from enteric fever.
Ills aims and legs were partially par
alysed and ho was tillable to open hlf
That thero may bo sucli a thing as
carrying insurance too far Is Indicated
by tho case of Mr. Mnkaliy and Mr.
Mulhooly. Thought thej vvcro known to
be great friends they weic one day ob
served to pass each other lit the street
without a greeting.
"Why; Mulcahy." a friend asked, in
astonishment, "have vou and Mulhooly
"That wo have not!" said Mr. Mill
caliy, with earnestness.
"Thccr seemed to be a coolness be
tween J on when ion passed lust now.
"That's the insuranco of our friend
"I don't understand."
"Whoy, thin, It's this way Mulhooly
and I aro that devoted to wan another
that wo can't bear the Ida of a quar
rel, an' bb we aro both molghty quick
tempered we've resolved not to shpako
to wan another nt all, for fear we dis
solve the friendship." Tit-Bits.
has been used for twenty-three years In the manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
because. It has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators and Droodcrs aro made, of the best lum
ber In tho world, Hut every other nrtlclo used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, and tl crcforo these "Standards of the
World" Incubators and Uroodtrs occupy the same relative position
to all other Incubators and Droodcrs that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees. MPi
It Is worth your while to rind In our lato catalogue "A Dlt of
Incubator History." You may havo a catalogue free by writing
for it. An Involee of assorted sizes Just received by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Ajjents for the Territory of Hawaii
THE HIGHEST GRADE ONLY
THE WORLD'S BEST
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Limited.
We wish tu notify thone Intending to make
nn exhibit at the MERCHANTS' ASSOCIA
TION PAIR, that we are prepared to - -
RENT TRANSCENDENT LAMPS OF 500 C, P.
tor the occasion at a very low rate, and
will attend to the lljvhtlnjjnnd care ot lamps.
Cheaper and better than electricity.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
C. V. MACFARLANE, Manager
Repair work of all kind done with
neatness and on short notice.
HAWAII SUGAR OUTPUT
Hilo, July 25. Tho shipments of su-
gar from Hilo during tho fiscal year
closing Juno 30, show that the Olan
plantation In Its Bhort shipping career
of six months sent away moro sugar
than any of tho old plantations In tho
whole flscnl period of twelvo months.
Olaa's returns vvcro $791,015.45 for six
months or a monthly Intlime trom
sales of J131.910.UC against 5'J,8K4.4a
ni mnntli tnm Ifnlsnlnit on I n lnoanr nt.
turn per month from all other plant
tluns In the district.
In six months Olaa turned, out 215,
825 bags worth $791,513.38; Onomea,
Hi9,7tG bags, worth JG27.605.43, Wala-
i,..,' ,r.i -.?.." i,.. ,,. im'tniu.
Hilo Sugar Co , 143,033 bags,
J5GG,531.G2; Pcpcekeo, 107,743
worth $127,449.22; Honomu,
bags, worth $352,203.20; Hilo Portu
guese Mill Co., 10,079 bags, worth $71,-
POPE IS DISPLEASED
London, July 19. The Rome corro -
ipondcnt of tho Dally Chronlclo says tho officers' headquarters visitors were
the Pope Is Intensely displeased at tbo i eccived with open hospitality. Re
way In vvlilcfi thu Commission of Cnrdl-'freohments were Bcrvcd to all with a
nals has conducted tho negotiations lavish hand. Prof. Carvalho nnd his
with Judge Taft in tho matter of the corps of excellent musicians dlscours
trlars in tho Philippines. ed patriotic alls and tho afternoon was
."I learn from an autboritattvo
soince," b.'ij-b tho correspondent, "that,
besides annulling tho procedure of tho
Commission of Cardinals, tho Popo has
summarily dissolved It, expressing his scene and wns given a welcome recep
view that tho American demands wera tlon. Ho was taken in chargo by Cap
reasonable, and signifying his read!-! tain Fetter and Sergeant Held, nnd
ness to treat with Judge Taft person
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc,
manufactured' by the Bulletin Publish
AWARDED GOLD MEDAL
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900
HILO MILITIA IN CAMP
Hilo, July 25. Tho members of Com
pany I) havo had a taste of camp lite.
They went Into camp at Cocoanut Isl
and last Saturday afternoon; fought
mosqultoes, cockroaches and centi
pedes Saturday and Sunday nights and
broke rnmp Monday. Tho boys bad a
royal outing. They havo learned a
thing or two about roughing It and all
,nr J1?. '1 fl'I,'
Cocoanut Island is an Ideal spot for
a military encampment. It Is big
enough fur u company, but Its dimen
slons aro too small for a replment.
.There Is barely enough room for tho
Unl,ln.i (,. fnll !,,, n trrtml auln.lnir
w.,...,. w .ut, ...tu u i.uuu a ...,.. E
w,l" h"foro they must turn about and
go the other way. But nothing hinder-
ml , I. ft m.mliAH, 9 fnm ... .. T ..nn.
vu till; Illt-ltluVIO Ul WlllllUllJ A IIU1II
being good soldiers in camp. Sunday
afternoon between 2 and 4 o'clock was
visitors' hour. Hilo went to Cocoanut
Island. Captain Fetter and his men
gavo a glad band to everybody. Louie,
tho boatman, hail to call in an auxiliary
flotilla to aid him In conveying passcn-
gers to and from tho tented Island. At
one of rare pleasure to th? soldier
'hosts nnd tho civilian guests. At about
3 o'clock Judge Little, for whom the
camp was named, appeared on the
with them ho Inspected tho camp. Aft
or Inspection, tbo company stood In
linn nnd at tho request of tho Captain
Judgo Little made a brief address
which wsb greeted with cheers lron
the members and visitors. Tribune.
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Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
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Shanghai Banking Corporation an
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Interest allowed on term deposits at
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Three months, at 8 per cent.
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelva month, at 4 per cent,
Act as Trustees under mortgage.
M-jage estates (real and personal)
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers, Wills, Honda, ta,
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Prt
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affair prepared.
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AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethtl atre-i
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Clans Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, I ; T. H.
Man f?ranMah a . mv. ...
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vada National Bank of Ban Francisco
tan Franelai-A Th. kta... .,
tlonal BanJc of Su Francisco.
Mnoon Tne Union Bans: ot Lob
New York AniAl-lran v..),.... L
Chicago Merchants' National Bank
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
trlln Drcsdnor Bank.
Honakoflfl mnrt V,lf.k.M. tt
kong-8banghal Banking Corporation.
Njw Zealand and Australia Hani
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ol
British North America.
Deposits receive,!. Tnm. n,...
v.Ma W.UO -,M
approTed aecurlty. Commercial aid
Travelers' Credit. Iiii4 nm. .. t-
ccange bought and sold.
inductions Promptly Accounted For
Pioneer Building and Loan
A8ET8, JUNE SO, 1001, 180,04147
Koaay loaned on approved aecurlty.
-. nuui units, jor montniy deposit
"" uuui. ob me montoly Install
Twenty-third Series of Btock Is nov
OFFIf!R!naT t .
i?,ent,; : -: vE hKwee
SecretaiV. . irea"urerj A- v-
. DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A
A. V. GEAR,
Offlct noura: H:ao liao p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bailk
Subscribed Capital.... Ten X4.000.00fl
laid Up Capital Yen 18.000.00C
Reserved Find yen 8.710 00(1
HEAD OFFICM, YOKOHAMA.
. T, ?S?.k buys n1 receives for col
lection mil. of ,!,.. i V" ..
- -iwMMMBn, ibbiiu.1 uraiis
and Letters of Credit, and transact a
bmv. uaujuuk uusiness.
On Fixed ner en,
DpP0,i'V . Per Mnum
For 12 months 4
For 6 months xi
For J month 1
Branch of thn Yokohama 8pecle Bask.
Nw Republic Bid., lh King StrM
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
All Lovers of the Sport
are requested to register their
State or Territory at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
Fine Job prlntlnn at the Bulletin
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company ot
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. 8. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder),New York, U.S.A.
N. Oblandt & Coa Chemical Fnrtlll
zers. Alor. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Bteam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Pnrafflne Paint Co.' P.& n. Paint and
Papers; Lucol and Unseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurine (a cold-water paint). In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
I CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co. ,
The Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Bugat Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro Woiks, St Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard CU Co.
The Ceo. F. Blake Lccam Pump.
The New England Life Insurance Co,
1 of Boston.
, The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
I The AUIanco Assurance Co. of London.
H, P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castlo First Vice President
jW. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
,W. O. Smith Secretary
Qeo. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
t AOENTB for Hawaiian Commercial ft
I Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co, Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Co.,
Wm, G. Irwin & Go
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
(Claus Spreckels vice President
IW. M. Olffard.. Second Vlco President
m. m. wnttney Jr.....Trcas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF TUB
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF BAN FRANCISCO, GAL.
I t V P I s7 X Hill illrMti
'll' w Vrv4W 1V?l
LIFE and FIBE
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
8URANCE CO. OF B08TON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM.
PANY OF HARTFORD.
& Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen 8treet Hunolulu, T. H.
I A rrnna 4
I "kalian Agricultural Co Ookala.
MllPnr Plant r ... n
--o-. iii, v,u., uuuuiea sugar uo.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,.
j Makee Sugar Co.,HaleakaIa Ranch Co.,
I The Planters' Line of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'a Line of
I Boston Packets.
LIST OF OFFICERS:
I C. M. Cooke, President; Oeorge-
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop.
I Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F,
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones. H. Wa-
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
ITHE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO..
Queen Street, - Honolulu:
Tho Lancashire Insurance Co. '
Tho Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
the old Sewing Marblae Agent, is stUI
in business at 942 BETHEL 8TREET,
Stock on Hand-Standard, Domes
tic, National, 8eamstress, New Horn.
Household, Expert and Vlndex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
T.h?.w?ekly ed''on of the Evening
Bulletin la the largest ana best pub
lished In the Territory. 8lxteen and,
twenty pages, tl a-year.