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jHr EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. TUESDAY, FED. 20. 1906
B iirAMnrr -' -r -. . PROdttESS AND
V " The Little Ads with the Big Results illnllSPi?)
p Sao Piigo H, N3W TO-DAY, lor Now Ada. BHIlWpifMM5'Pi BRSJf'YPS
K' --!&iLs:--fiifcr (EpTs?r Ljv1-
ffj. SPECIAL NOTICES. POR SALB. ' '
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1 xirnDce calll for ,n,a at Ka- NARROW ESCAPE !
tj for rent. xKa&iifl hu!f.u Wanch Ka!!;AIa; I
ffi ' TJETJiJ B1, 3212 U "Hclpi Help'" was the startling ap-
'M ' HOUSE On Vineyard St. peal that mot tlio cars of those In the
if I r-T Weal country homo at Manoa Valley. ' '!?"'' "f0!
iiuuHibun ueacn hl wtunim. .iirmiimTM iv Nvsri irnnri hnrh npt
. Cr. cottage, barn, law, roses, fruit
mm OFFICES In Watty Building, trees, nr. car lino. Dargatn, Apply
K, , to P. E. II. Straucb, Heal Estate, 74
IB' WAIIEHOUSES On Queen 8treet. U. King St., Waity Dldg. 329Ctf
Hk FOR SALE. Flno corn,r lot ln Maklkl. Curbing,
K v ' water, fruit and ornamental trees
K ImproTed and Unimproved Proper- nd all ImproTemenU. Two mln-
H . trt. ule' walk from cars and Punahou
Mr,' College. Address U. F, this office.
WK' houses ln nil rarts of the City,
af BISHOP & CO.,
V Merchant Street.
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Furnished room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gentlemen. At
783 Beretanla St. 3270-lw
After March 1st, 6-room cottage on
Vineyard street Apply S. S. Peck,
297 Vineyard St 3308-tf
Cottagei ln Cbrlstly Lano. Apply
VTong KwsJ, Smith St., mauka Hotel
2 nice large front rooms, unfurnished, '
reasonable. Apply 280 Ilcretanla St.
TCfcearct. coolest furnished rooms In
,i ttty. Helen a Court, Adams lano.
rly fdixtthed mosquito proof rooms.
A 84 'Vineyard St. 2728-tf
Pass book on Dlshop & Co.'s Salngs
: '. Hank Department, held In name of
.' Manuel Un Sllvn llarbosa. Finder
plcaM) return to Ulshup & Co x
On Rapid Transit car between Wal
klkl Turn and Walklkl, nn Aloha
Temple fez. Finder return to this
office for reward. 3271-tf
-Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Dest black sand from $2 to J3 a load
-according to dlstanco hauled. Coral I
-rocks for stable, roads nnd stde-
"-walks; firewood. Third door below'
'King, Maunakea St.; P. O. box 820,
Telerbono Main 39S.
For a nice, smooth shavo call at the
Criterion Sbno, 1111 Fort St
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
'clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes employees. 520 King St.
' T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 837 Heretanla St.
For houee-belp, phone White 2891, Ma-
-ulkl.. ucnerai umpioymcm uiucti,
-cor. Pensacola and Beretanla.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte, tuner,
haa moved to tho piano warerooms
of L E. Thayer & Co., 138 Hotel St,
nnnnilte Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
m... taiinht In 6 months bv exnerl
enced teacher, 3 month (8 lessons);
special attention to adult beginners. ,
Address Jiusic. mis uuitu. u.u-i
Weekly Bulletin SI Pef Vear'
A Noble Array
Lovers of good things to eat will be delighted to see the noble
array of dainties which arrived by the S. 8. Alameda and which are
now gracing our Delicatessen counter. Included In the assortment
are the most popular novelties from the mainland food markets, and
FANCY CHEESE, OLIVE8, SAUSAGES, FISH, OY8TER8, ETC.
This Is the finest assortment of Delicatessen that we have had for
a very long time and If you would see It at Its best you ahould mak
an early Inspection.
Metropolitan Meat Co, Ltd
Kiro wood from the Kahaulkl camp.
Apply ut the Moana Express, and
shooting gnllcry, 19 Hotel near Nuu
nnu St Phono Muo 511.
ire Plymouth hock eggs, and young r "'"'"?""'",","; of recuDcrating pro-
chickens one month old. Apply11" a Jcw ,,?,,nule8 '. recuperating pro-
Farm Cornn. Klnc and MrCuHyl tho 'Frisco fighter was brought
pure-bred Plymouth Hock
per setting; unfertile eggs
Address P. O. Uox 110.
Cheap Thoroughbred Jersey Dull, 3
years old. Address X. Y. 7... Untie-
Cheap Homo near Park, WalklkL
Address R. S. 1C. Dulletln.
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Kingsbury piano In good condition. Ad-
dress It. Ilulletln.
William T; Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Dulldlng Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Oflfcn and Store Fitting, Cabinet Mak
Ing and Polishing; Calabash Turn
Inn! Repairing and General Jobbing
382 ALAKEA ST.. rear Y. M. C.
Umbrellas r.nalred and brass ;rarlsh
Inc. Takata, 1284 F4tt 8t
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. Tb J.
Carlo Pawn Jp Hotel and Tlnlon.
Estimates furnished or all kinds of
pnlntlng. All worh nnaranUd.
Enos BrosL, Union ntovo Hotel 3t.
See Hasting for repair f Lock,
Keys, Moslc Boxes, Sharpening; of
Fine Cutlery. Hear mion Orlll.
A. J. DERBY. D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101
W. T. RAWLIN8, ATTORNEY AND
:ICOUNBELLOR.AT-LAW, 502 8TAN
McFaddcn ,the sorrel-top boxer, as he
gamely fought to Keep above water
until help could reach him.
McKadden, who Is not a strong
swimmer, had wandered too far from
tlio pontoon and having become ex
hausted could no longer stay on tho
top. As luck would have It Dick Sul-
Ik'nn ton. In tl.o Itnnt timiflA nt Ihn tlmo
and upon running out to see what was
nrpntlntr nil ihn frniililft lin rniipht n
ellmnso of tho blonde fighter lust as
ho was disappearing for the second
time. Although ho wns completely
.lr,1 Hnlllvnn l.rnuul inln Ihn wnlor
and with a few powerful strokes wns
alongside the distressed swimmer. Mc-
Fnddrn was lifted to the pontoon by
...mi.. i,.i .mi -., .it i,..i Af.
OrOlinu luu-wa lt,v kiuuiiu uviuiu ui-?nit
McFaddcn claims that while he was'uched by a pltfer on either side, It
under the water the second time that na. ?. to, ,no opponents on tho spot
everything that ho had ever done that " hlch tho pass was made,
was bad passed through his mind. Ev-1 The pass shall not bo receltcd by a
cry fukc fight that he ever engaged In man ' ,w" on the scrimmage lino
passed before his vision and ho decld wnc" thc bal1 w" P.ul ln IJr ex,ccP;
ed then and there to always be on the fw $e tw? men playing on the ends of
lcvc .the line when the ball was put In play.
Mac wns about today but claims thnt'A direct lob over thc lino within the
If hn BWlms scan t will bo w th a
good sized rope around his waist, firm
ly held by a friend on shore.
Sullivan, Ilitlhul, McFudden and
Nelson nro nil In training at the lloat
rlub, whero they are working hard for
their coming encounters on tho 3d of
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ON THE GREEN
Sunday was a busy day nt Moan a hi a
and thcra were dozens of plajers on
tho links enjoying the good gulf that
Is offered by Mr. Damon's country
links. Just nt present the fair greens
of Moanalim are In splendid condition,
but thc putting greens are In very bad
etiapo and arc the curse of many an
amultuous golfer who reaches the
green In two stroke and taken four to
t: n n j
Dr. I Hull eiiiialed the Manoa roiirsa'
recont for nine holes on Saturday by I
dropping a pretty 37. The holes -ere i
mado in the following; 4 4 4 B 3 4 B
I 4 SI.
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A Il3t Is being circulated nmoaiji
intone Hpinii-ii cmzens lor nuuscnp-1
Hone to cover tho expense of cstnh -
flthlng the Kitplolanl golf course. Asi
won as tliu necessary fumfi aro raised
the work on construction will com-
mmce. A much better course will re
sult than was; first hoped f?r. It will
be tno longest in tnis Territory.
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.Mr. Olmsfcad of New Port. .V. Y..
u-hit Im nnw jnfniflnir hlH tlnl nl Ihn
Moana Hotcf la oil cnthuslaMIc golfer I
nnd claims that It was golf thnt '
urpugiii mm ncr anu tnax win
bring; him bark nga n. He Js delight-'.hii
ed ufth tho golfing In HawnlU,
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The annual meeting of tho Honolulu
Golf Club will h held at the moms of
tho r-Vottlsh Thlttlo Club on Wednes
:. .5 j.
The New Zealand champion foottnll
team met and defeated a tmm from
Vancouver in San Francisco, on Feb
juay IiJth. Tho game was enjoyed by
a hug'! crowd.
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Baiur Oldftel-CIs now on 'lie stage.
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It U claimed that Lou Dillon, the
Krtat trotting mare, was doped beforo
nccltcu; Major uelinar at Jleraplita on
February 10th. Thc two wure racing
for a IjUOO championship cup and Maj
or Delmar won. E. E. Smachers Ih be
ing sited by DIUIngs, the owner of Lou
Dillon, for putting up ini.-jou.
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Jack OlenBon Is to refciun as leader
nr the Olympic Club ThU Is due to
his accepting tho management of the
San Krantlhco baseball tejm.
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Hnrley Davidson won the champion
ship skating match from L. M. Mor
gan of Sati Francisco.
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Howard Brett t-r. the swimming
champion, may go on the stage and
glvo exhibitions In a small glass tank.
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Scott Lcary. the crack swimmer ot
tho Olympic Club, recently swam 100
yards in l minmv uat
Joseuh W. Carney of San Fran
cisco has challenged the winner of the
Hucirton-Wcston pool match, thib is
to be for the championship ot the
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If Sir Thomas Ltplon challenges
again the Hellance will probably de
fend the cup.
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NEW FOOTBALL RULES
New York. Teh. 10. The football
rules commlttco, representing all. of.
tho major cducatlonnl institutions, 10
which was referred ttie-auestion or re-
form from the rules so that brutality
should bo abolished, held an all day
resslon at tho Murray IJMltWtelln this
iltv today and decided on'th'o amended
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rules which wUl jave football to tho
American college world. Darrlng ad
lournments for lunch and dinner the
committee was In session from 10
o'clock In the morning until nearly
midnight, and tho result of their lab
ors will be to Insuro a perfectly open
game that will dcllcht tho spectator
f a premium on heavy playing,
When the meeting adjourned most
of the committee admitted that tho
task set for them had been too much
lo dlsposo of In ono day, and so an
other meeting will be held on March
3, Tho amendments to tho rules as
proposed on today are as follows:
It was agreed that tho distance to
'bo sained shall be ten yards In three
That every player on tho kicking
'" naI u0 on side when tho kicked
ball touches the ground.
That 0110 forward PUSS bO BllOWCd
on a play provided the ball docs not
,,ou:h the ground before being touched
pV Play" of cither side. Such n pass
.to bo made by any man who was bo-
'''1 h no ' scrimmage when tho
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center shall bo unlawful.
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Tho Minnesota University football
authorities voted to accept football ro
form but were against abolishing the
t: u s:
In tho annual Intercollegiate athlet
ic meet between colleges amf schools
Yalo defeated Harvard at Boston un
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St. Mary's College defeated U. C. In
a gnmo of bnseball on February 7, by
the score of 4-0.
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Santa, ptara college defeated the
Stanford team on February 8Ui, by thc
score of 9-8.
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, Tommy Murphy recently defeated
ptij Logan In New York.
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Harry Tenny Lax gone Into ottlvo
training for his coming light wltU
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Morris Levy ha.i matched Mike
(Twinl Sullivan and Honey Mellodv to
meet under a big teat nt tho baseball
grounls In I.os Aiwtes on tho ICth
day o( March. Mellaly will como to
ine Coast as soon as ho has fulflllul
one or two engagements ho haa con
tracted for lu the EaiiC
Dave Barry has nn. offer to go tu
FalrhauJU. Alaska, to meot Hilly Hates
srrlnc. Harry Is located at Santa.
tli la spring. Harry Is located at Santa.
Monica, Cal, and In a.Iatur lo a friend
ho saya uu Intends to compctu with
JelTrics ln the farming business.
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(Ir'ggtu Is trying tn match Dick
Hylnnd and Kdldo Hnnkm for a bout
to tultu plico In 'Krlscct.
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Tho. Hcrnian-llcrrarn. match, held In
Los Angeles on the 9th, was declared a
draw after twenty rounifn. of close and
liiter'-Ktlnjc fighting. Tin receipts wcro
110,000 and tho samu two boya will
probafllj- meet again.
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Ja-;k Card ell and Jltirur Qulnn arc
to box twenty rounds, at San Louis
Obispo, on tho pOth.
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Jockey Bennett imr soon be
matched lo box Jimmy Walsh at Sac
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Joe Rona has offered to meet and de
feat both Jimmy Iirttc and Baf Nelsoni
ou. tho sumo night, All Clans nsks Ih to
namo the man ho Im to meet first, nhtt
that ha limy have an- hour a Inrcrmlx,
Fioa between boutx.
In a Swedish army order soldiers nn
instructed not to drink spirits on the
march. Chocolate cakes are cald to
produce thirst, while oranges and Ui
nro considered most refreshing.
REPORT OF RESOURCES AND LI.V
BILITIES OF THE PIONEER
BULDING & LOAN ASS'N. OF
HAWAII AT THE CL08E OF
BU8INESS DEC. 31st, 1905.
Loans on Real Estato S 41,375 00
Loans on Securities other
than Heal Estato 1.425 00
Heal Kstato 11,023 50
Furniture and Fixtures .... 522 00
Duo from Banks and Bank-
era 151 G2
Due from all other sources, 3,902 92
Accrued Interest 1,757 2tj
Capital Paid In S 60,292 C7
Surplus Fund 2,850 00
Undivided Profits 14 C3
S C3.157 30
I, A. V. Gear, do solemnly swear Hint
I tho toregolng statement Is true to the
uest or my itnowjeuge anu oenei.
' A. V. QEAH,
WEEKLY HANALE IflilH
(Bptelal to The Diilttltn)
Hnnnlcl Kauai, Feb. 10, 1901 Mr.
Coney accompanied by Mr. C. W. Spltx
'came to Ilanalcl Sunday ln Coney'a
auto, they reported roads In beautiful
condition. Mr, Coney came to defend
eleven Chinamen, who were arrested
on their New Year's Day (Konohl)
for gambling. The case was tried on
thc morning of the 12th Inst The
Chinamen pleaded guilty nnd had their
sentence suspended six months.
On Tuesday afternoon, Hnnalel was
visited by tho Territorial Auditor
rishcr who made an Inspection ot tho
books of the District Magistrate and
of thc Deputy Tax Assessor.
On Wednciday evening a surprise
party was given Mr. nnd Mrs. U. B.
Makce In honor ot their 11th marriage
anniversary. ,Tbo party turned out to
bo a howling ucccss and Mrs. Makec
proved herself on able hostess. After
playing various kinds of parlor games
nnd enjoying a light lunch the party
broke up way Into tho late hours of
night. Those In the party were, Mrs.
8. U. Dcverlll, Btrkmyre, Palmer, Kop-
plc. tho Misses B. Aldrlch, Florence,
and Lena Devcrlll and the Messrs. W.
Lnnbuin, child nnd E. Dcverlll.
Mr, Robertson who Is putting In the
roles for the Kauai Electric Co.
through tho Hnnalel district Is mak
ing rapid progress, and It Is expected
that very soon ho will have all the
poles planted. Mr. Howell who Is sta
tioned nt Walnlha reports work there
Is progressing rapidly. Mr. Jaeger
who Is making the tunnels, and nut
ting In the foundation for tho power
bouse, is making things num.
Weather for tho last few weeks In
Hannlcl was dry; and days very hn'
with cold nights,
AUTO STANDING FEB. 15
St. Louis College Alumni Ass'n. 12843
Diamond Head Athletic Club... 12710
Admiral Geo. C. Beckley 6572
Mrs. C. L. Dicker-ton 6224
Judge A. N. Kepolkal 4363
0. K. Watson 4157
Aala Club 2992
Tommy Kearns ., 21S7
Miss Hannah Sheldon, Llhue .. 1610
B. P. O. E No. 616 1396
Kalmukl, Walalae, Palola Club. 1203
Chester Irwin 1201
Leo Lorlllard Cummins 639
Sam Chong 624
H. D, Jo 235
J, Rodrlgucs 153
8. K. Kamaloplll 91
August Martin 87
.. D. McVeigh 62
Honolulu Athletic Club 45
Court Camoes, A. O. F 35
Chang D. Yen 11
Co. D N. G. H 8
Jerry Burnlngham 8
pr. Aloy soong 7
Chief Thurston 6
Capt. Gregory . . .' 6
Frank Boyer , 6
Gertrude McCann 5
Ralph Kahn 4
H. Silver. ..-, 3
3. A .Dec! (Ewa) ' 3
Cant Campbell ILL S. N. Co.) 3
J. H. Kahn 2
J. A. L. De Fries ' 2
Max Gussefeld 2
Kohala Cltih 2
I. 8. Dillingham, Jr. 2
Harry Macfarlane-, ., , 1
Albert Vlerr 1
Walter Macfarlane 1
J. A. Combr (MakavMll) ' 1
L. Mon Tal 1
Fritz Fredenberg 1
Chinese Athletic Club 1
H. A. Fransan 1
HLouta 8. Alvis 1
Joe Vargas . ' 1
M. T. Marshalr 1
,Wm. Medelroa 1
J. M. Perry (Walmta) 1
F.W.KIebahn ' 1
J. D. Mclnerny ' 1
Prof. D. Malkal 1
W. T. 8chmldt 1
Malic Athletic ClUb ...'. 1
Mrs. J. E. Shaw 1
W. Dulsenberg- .. .......' 1
Keokl Isenberg, 1
H. 8. Ward 1
Miss Kalal Wzlau M
Loula Freltas 1
Herm. Hugo . 1
Capt. H. T. Laftn 1
SCIENCE PREVENT8 BALDNESS,
The Fatal Germ and It Remedy Now
Facts or science.
It Ib tho rurcat thine In tho world
for a man to bo necessarily bald. No
man whoso hair la not dead nt Uio
roots, need be bald It ho will uso Now
bro's Hcrplcldo, tho now scalp anti
septic. Herplcldo destroys tho germ
that cuts the hair oft at the root, and
cleans tau scalp of dnndrUI! and
leaves it In a peifectly healthy condi
tion . Mr. Manned, In tho Maryland
moot, initio, Mont., was entirely bald
In less than a month Herplcldo bad re
moved tho enemies of hair growth, and
nature did Its work by covering his
head with thick hair an Inch long, and
In hU weeks he had a normal stilt of
hair. Sold by leading druggists. Send
10c In Btamns for sample to Tho Hernl-
ctdo Co., Detroit, Mich. Hollister Drug
Co., special agents,
SI Pr yer.
The DUSINE8S MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75d Per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year.
A Commission of Belgian artillerists,
appointed to report on the best quick
firing field guns, reports that 'the Krupp
stands campaign usage best, while the
Saint Chamould Is superior In fire. So
nnw It Is for tho War Minister to make
up Ms mind as between the German
end French weapons.
How to get votes to win a place in
the BULLETIN'S $2000 Contest
Thc Bulletin offuc has been asked a hunlired limes in thc last
week, by contestants and their friends, fdr a list of its subscribers.
This cannot be erantcd. as it would be unfair lo the Persons not
j having thc Itst. The real, live,
contestants to solicit votes from ALL their friends if they already
take the fidfrcr (which is likely), then their votes on old subscrip
tions may be secured; if they do not now take The Bulletin, it is
up to the vote-hunter lo sec they subscribe at once, thereby getting
the needed vole coupon and placing in the hands of the new sub'
scribcrs tlii best uat'spahcr publish in the Territory of Hawaii.
Thc prises are a S1400 REO TOURING CAR, 16 horsepow
er, sealing five people. Thc Second Prise is a S350 KROEGER
PIANO. Third, a S5000 INSURANCE POLICY Fourth, A
SILVER PUNCHBOWL; Fifth, a S40 STORE ORDER;
Sixth, a DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE; Seventh, a
LEATHER GOLF BAG and SET OF STICKS; Eighth, a
WINCHESTER REPEATING RIFLE; Ninth, a SOLE
LEATHER SUIT CASE; Tenth, a KODAK DEVELOPING
Votes may be had as follows
I'or Nczv Subscriptions.
Daily, I year $8.003500
Daily, 6 months... 4.00 1500
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Daily, 1 month 75 250
Weekly, 1 year .... 1.00 425
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erybody, and everybody is given an opportunity to win them,
OT POPULARITY AND VOTES will u-in in this contest
NOTHING ELSE CAN. -t
We do all kinds of carriage
fully equipped shop on Queen St.,
carrlaje painting and building.
ea workmen, who, besides doing repair work, arevcompetent to under,
take the building of wagons, drays and carriages. Prices are exceed
ingly moderate and the service leaves nothing to be desired.
Schuman Carriage Co.
REPAIR DEPARTMENT. "
B QUEEN 3T., BETWEEN FORT &
LINGER'8 8HOEING SHOP.
We havcj'ust received new supplies of
"Ushers 0. V. G." Scotch Whiskey
' BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd,
ROOMS 17 IS 1 20
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water I
A. New Man In Every Bottle.
hOR 8ALI1 EVERYWHERE
McPARLANE&Co., Sole Agents.
1021 FORT ST., I. O. O. F. Bldg, & 151
BUILDING and PAINTINQ CONTRACTORS, House furniture of all
kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur
nished. Cooks, Ynrdboys and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN HOU8E, 8. King nr. Walklkl road. Tel. Whits 2401.
earnest prisc-winnine way is for
For Old Subscriptions.
Daily, 1 year $8.00 3000
Daily. 6 months ... 4.00 1200
Daily, 3 months . . . 2.00 600 '
Daily, 1 month ... .75 200
Weekly, 1 year ... 1.00 400
Weekly, 6 months . . .50 175
repalra well and reasonably, In our
between Fort and Alakea Sts. Also
This department Is In charge of skill J
ALAKEA 8TS., NEXT TO HOL-
,! f HmtmmHAmwumHH
Open Day and Night
HOTEL ST., opposite YOUNG Hotsl.
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