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KVnNINO tlUt.t.KTIN, HONOLULU, T It., MONDAY. APnil. 30. 1006.
B SMARK STABLE CO., LTD
B SMARK BRANCH STAliLES
Hacks, Carriage, Buggies and Sad
die Honei on thort notice.
Carriages meat all steamers. Com
pttent drlvtra, reasonable rates, navy
veMttas and llva atoek.
ricae Croix Regular 7:30 p.m
All visiting members of tlm
order arc conllally Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, t. 0, O. F.
Heels every Monday evening nt 7:30
In I, (). O. V. llnll. fort strict.
K. It. IIKNDHY. Secretary.
ui.mku k. HCiiVAiizni:na, N.a
All flatting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of p.
Meets overy Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot 1. llnll. King
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
O.J. WHITEHEAD, C.C.
F. WALDKON, K.Il.S.
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening nt
K. r. Hull, King street, nt 7:30. Mem
ber! of Mystlo Lodge, No. 2, Wm. He
Klnler Lodge, No, 8, and visiting
brothers cordlnlly invited.
A. I). IIOND. C. C.
A. B. KUNWAY, K.ILS.
HONOLULU LODQE 610, D. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C10, 1). P. O. E.,
lll meet In their hall, on Miller
and ilcrctanln streets, overy Friday
By order of the U. It.
llAUIlY II. BIMI'SON,
II. E. MURRAY, I1R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
T:0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
atrtt. visiting brothers cordially In
k to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, C.C.
K. A. JACODSON, K.R.H.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNKH
DAY evening! of each month at 7:30
o'clock In K. or P. mil, King strcot.
Visiting Eagles ure Invited to at
tend 8AM MfKEAOUE, W.P.
II. T. MOOItE, W. Becy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
MeetB evtry first and third THURS
DAY of each month In Fratornlty Hall,
Odd Fellows' Building, Fort street, at
7:30 o'clock p. m. A full attendance
Is dfslrcd nt overy meeting.
Transaction of Business.
COURT CAMOES, No. 8110, A. O. F.
Meets every 2d mid 4th Tuesday of
es,ch mouth at 7.30 p. in., In San An
tonio llnll, Vlneynrd stroct.
Vldtlng brothers conllally Invited
A. K. VIERRA, O. It,
M. C. PACIIECO.F. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I, O. O. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W, C. McCOY. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
CUT KINDLING WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, $7.50 PER CORD.
A. C. MONTGOMERY
P. O. BXO 1S2. TEL. MAIN 151.
YARD, corner QUEEN & MILILANI.
A Pleasant and Hygienic Bev
erage for Young and Old.
For 8alo Dottled and In Bulk
Hoffschlaeger Co,, Ltd,
KINO AND BETHEL STREETS
Wall paper, well
clioacn, beautifies a
house. Wo have jutt
received our new sea
sons' patterns and very
novel and beautiful they
arc. The designs and color
ing are, as a whole, decidedly
In advanco of past offerings. An
early Inspection wilt ensure a sat
isfactory choice. :: :: :: :: ::
Lewers & Cooke,
177 80. KINQ 6T.
i. P. COOKE Manager
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vict President
W. M. Alexander.. .Second Vies Pres.
L. T. Peek Third Vice Pres.
J. Waterhousa Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial A Sugar Co.
Haiku 8ugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company,
Klhel Plantation Company,
Hawaiian 8ugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Comoany,
Another Shipment of
AT 104S 50 ALAKEA ST.,
BY J. C. AXTELL & CO.,
P. 0. BOX 842.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
CAMARA & CO,,
QUEEN AND ALAKEA 8TREET8.
TEL. MAIN 492,
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city.
Electric Flash Lisfhts
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 315, Union 8L nr. Hotel
No I Guava Charcoal
A Large Stock Always on Hand,
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
Wank books of nil sorts, lodgers
etc., manufactured by tho Dullotln I'ub.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
9flr a "ne 'or week Is the coat of
Ubli a Bulletin Want Ad. the bene,
fit ticured may easily be worth a hun
dred times 30 cental
Autos for hlro nt ler Stable.
A darning hull In Vinenrd bllcct
will lie opened this evening.
It T tlonrd uf llllu returned home
In the Enterprle jcstenlay.
It A Drutninoml, 11 nntUr of I'or
t iik.i1- whs this morning naturalized liy
I ho mntter of the ejtite of Margaret
V t'nrlrr was this morning continued
until Mn IT
The police are intcsllgatlng the theft
of J 10 from n guot of the Alexander
.Mis. J. W .McAllister has a ciihlo
11 om her lirothei In Han rinnclsco, Buy
ing, "All well "
Hon V J t'oclho Is In the city on
business, expecting to lelurn to Maul
tin Krlil.i) next
Order n nlio broiler, fresh Island
beef anil e.il nt Rnymond Ranch Mar
ket, telephone 101.
Thorn. ik Prime will give 11 lecture on
Mini Lives Mnny Lives," nt the Young
Hotel p.ivlllun, Tuesduj evening.
Tor shipping to San I'ranclsco islnnn
Jams anil Jellies eim bo hail at especial
l.ites nt the factory, 181 Hotel street
Don't fall to nttend the mammoth
T.ilr nt Hmilotca haw 11, Saturday
You'll be sure to gel )our money's
Parndlno of tho Pacific Iloral Par
oda Number, C2 Pages, IB cents.
Vnt ped Ready for Mailing. At omee,
'I here Is n pos-dhlllty of the S. 8.
Olymplu urrhltig hero from Seattle to
morrow cenliig, nt which time she
.will he sccn days out
A. w.tnii, Insiinincc iiKcnt of this
city, has received n c.tblo to the cited
that all the H.m l-'rnnclsco emplojes ot
Hie .Mutual Life arc safe.
The Rev. Kullier L'hlrlech yesterday
gavo 11 I11.111 nt the residence of Mr.
ami Mrs. Alapal, In honor of tho ladles
of the Catholic Cathedral iholr.
Juhlleo Inciiliutors. II10 business
m.K'liliie. Hoi water system, not hut
air Sic them before buying. .M. W.
MiChcsucy & Son's, Ltd , agents. Queen
A gre.it deal of road work has been
accomplished 011 .Maul, under County
Cngiucr Hugh Howell. Only one b.iU
rcctlon remains to be attended to, bo
tweu Kuhakuloa and Hoiiukohau.
The Standard Kclf-tllllug foiintalu
pen Is to far In mhiiuco of other makes
1 luil Us sales are Increasing with phe
nomenal rapidity. Hawaiian News Co.
has a full stock mid 5011 will II ml a
pen to just suit jour taste.
Secral Jupuncro were In i'ollrc
Court this 11101 nlug, charged with
gamhllng. In addition to costs, four
were lined t'i each, and six others were
lined (I. John llap.i was also mixed
up In the ulfalr, and ho was lined t.
Two Chinese, named Cluis. Ah Poo
and Ah 1.0011, wero arrested by the
.Marshall Hendry this afternoon on u
chnrgo of smuggling. They attempted
to bring itcteral liiindred cigars con
cealed In their clothing ashore from
Henry 15. Cooper was today appoint
ed by Judge KoIiIiihiii, us guardian of
Moses I'unlil, n minor, to seno under
n JI0 bond. The minor's parents pe
llllllonnd for the appointment, showlnc
that their son owned unpriidiicllvc real
estate In Kiinn, which was capable of
producing n ronsiucrnlila Income.
Admlr.il Hockley reports tho fol
lowing sugar awaiting shipment nt Ha
waii plantations- Olan, 18,1100; Wol
nkea, fifloO; Hawaii Mill, 2500; Wnlna
kii, 7000; Onomen, 0000; Pcpcckeo,
2500; Honomu, B200; Hnknlau, 12,100;
l-aiipuhoohoe, SuOII; Ookala, G200; Ku.
linlau, 1100; llamnkua, 21,000; Panu
hail, 9000; Honokaa. 9000; KuUulha-
etc, 5500; Honuapo, 2GSS.
IS LEGAL BUT
Superintendent of Public Works Hol
low ay stnted today, In reference (o
thu (iiicMlon wlilc h was lalscd as to
ho legality of the halo of the old
CJueer i:mma place on nccount of tho
Inct that It wnK purchased by tho (lov.
rrnment for n filtration plant site, that
no S.110 would ho perfectly legnl. as
I' had been decided to locatu tho plant
higher up 111 Niiuanu alley. Tho land
hpil theriforo been turned over to thu
Land Department as being no longer
needed by tho Territory. Tho Queen
i-mm.t place could not ie used as a site
lor the filtration plant while tho pres
ent high prcssiirn system was in use,
ns I' would be imposslbto to supply
water to Manon, Pmimii nnd pnrts of
MaMkI from that point on account of
Its low delation.
Iir.d Commissioner Pratt hald that
H10 sale would certainly bo legnl, io.
lerrlng Io the following provision of
Iho chapter on sales and leases of pub
lic Ir.nds "Tho Superintendent of
Public Works, with tho consent of thu
flovcrnor, shall have tho authority at
nny tlmo to turn fit or to tho commis
sioner for the purposes of this chapter
any lands nr parts of lands reserved
for P'hUc uses."
Pratt stated further that ho found
that It might bo necessary to postpono
tho sale of tho Queen Uinma place,
which had been set for Mny 12, .on nc
count ot Iho fact that a flaw had been
discovered In tho title. It appeared
that the land, hail been bought by tho
f"!o eminent without nottco apparent
ly being taken of the fact that thero
was a mortgage on It, of tho cancella
Hon of which there was no record to
bo found Tho mortgage had been
made to John II ns guardian, but his
accounts as such had never been filed
to show whether the amount of the
mortgago had ever been paid or not,
though In all probability It had. Tho
Cluvcrnment wanted to bo ublo to give
11 poifrctly clear tltlo and tho tnattir
had thercfoie been passed up to tho
glataea you want
made by us will
and guaranteed ao,
A. N. 8ANF0RD
oaton Building, Fort St,
over May A. Co.
MONUMENTS, SAFE8, IRON FENCE
Muwolltin Iron Pence iSfe iVIonumont Works
NEXT TO YOUNQ DLDO., 176-180 KINQ 8T. PHONE 287.
Additional Shipping News on Page 8.
Sunday April 29.
Slmr. V. O. llnll, S Thompson,
from Nawlllwlll, I ir 11 in. with C900
bags stignr, 319 bags wool, 39 empty
barrels, 20 hags taro, 1 empty gasolluo
drums, 5 cases custor oil, 21 packages
Slmr I.ll.cllkc, N'aopala, from Molo
kal ports, ( a. in.
Bchr. Olga, Wnhlcck, from San I'ran
cIsco, 11:30 a in.
Monday, April 30.
(). & O. B. 8. Doric. Smith, from Yo
kohama, 9 n. in.
S. S. Malicno, nihh, from the Col
onics, I,. '10 p. in.
Slmr."lwalanl, I'lltz. from Hawaii,
G a. m.
Sunday, April 2.).
M, 8. 8. Hulerprlsc, Youugrcu, fur
San KrunelHcfi via 1 1 Mo, 7:30 a. in.
A.-ll. 8. 8. Orcgonlan, Nichols, for
Kahulul, B p. m,
Monday, April 30.
Slmr. J. A. Cummins, Scarlc, for Ko
olau, 9 a, m.
8, 8. Doric. Smith, for San Tran
clsco, 9 p. m
8. S. Malicno, albb, for Victoria, It
Stmr. K An Hon, Tullclt, for Kn
ual ports, B p. m.
Stmr. J, A. Ciimmlus, Scarlc, for Ko
olau ports, 9 a. m.
C.-A. 8, 8. Maheno, Olbb, from Syd
ney, p. m.
Stmr. Manna Ixa, Slmcrson, fiom
Hawaii ports, (1 a, in.
O. & (). S. 8. Co.'s stmr. Doric,
Smith, for San I-'rnuclsco, a. 111.
Stmr. Klnau, Trccman, for Hawaii
ports, 12 111,
Stmr. W. (J. Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai ports. B p. in.
Stir.r. I.lkellke, Naupula, fur Molo
kal ports, fi p. 111.
C.-A. 8. S. Malicno, albb, for Vic
toria, p. m.
Slmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, from Kn
ual, fi a. m.
N. W. S 8. Cod's stmr. Olymplu,
Truebrldge, from Senttlo, n. m.
C.-A 8 8 Moana, from Victoria and
Vancouver, p. 111.
O. 8 8 Alameda, Dowdcll, from
Oakland and San Kinuelneo, n. in.
Bundny saw a crowd as meriy an It
was large at the Kalmukl Zoological
gardens in,.j the number of tliouo who
enjoyed the music of tho Kwnlahaii
Oleo Club and alt the tinny nnd varied
dellghti of tho popular ic&oi' -vos very
Saturday nlqht the new skating rink
opened and the tlnor was voted pcrfrit
by thn hundreds who tried It. Owing
to the hempen padding between the
flooring and tho lloor-beams there Is
llttlo or no nolsu accompanying tho
roller-skating nnd the music ot thu
Oleo Club Is nut in tho slightest degre-j
Interfcied with The music cun bo
heard two blocks uwuy fiom tho Zoo.
Tew people have not read "The Ra
ven" and "The Bella", by Edgar Al
len Poo, but his wonderful prose
works have only recently begun to be
Poc's marvelous Imagination has
originated many splendid short dor.
les which have been the inspiration of
many more recent writers.
Dr. A. Conan Doyle, for Instance,
admits using Poe's "Dupln" aa the
model for hla "Sherlock Holmea."
If you want to get a glimpse of
Poe's great genius get a set of his
SCT, beautifully bound... $10.
SET, more elaborate ....$15.
Sold on caay payments.
Wm, C. Lyon Co.,
Cor. Hotel and Fort streets, upttalra.
Entrance on Hotel atreet.
All Sugar Advances
(Attntfittal I'rrat Kpcclnl Cable)
New York. April 2S The prices of
all grades of jiig.ir have mhaiiccd ten
cents a hundred
After Speed Maniacs
(Aiaticlntctt I'rett Kpeclat Cable)
Herlln. April 2S Tho go eminent
Ii.ik Introduced a hill In tho Reichstag
obliging aulomoblllsts to pay life an
nuities to victims of their carelessness.
or to the dependents of such victims
In thu ccnt of death being caused.
Warring On Police
(AtHorlateit I'rcM Special CofclcJ
Odesm, April 2S. The chief of po
lice and 0110 policeman hate been as
sassinated. Roosevelt's Outing
f.laiidii(rd l'rc Kpeclat Cable)
Washington, April 2S The Presl
dent hau gono for an outing down Hi"
Dowie IsAt Zion
fMrhilril "rc Hpcclal C ible)
Chicago, April 28. Dowlc bus re
turned to 'Aon.
f.lKorlalrrf 'rf Special Cable)
Paris. April 29. Disorders ure ex
pected on May Day.
May Day Is often awaited with terror
fur demonstrations of tho socialistic
and anarchistic elements at Uuropeuu
Train Wreck Fatalities
(AmuclalcU fret) Special Cable)
Missoula, Montana, April 29. Klcvcn
persons wero killed iu a freight train
Dowie Denies Charges
(Auoclatcit I'reii Special Cable)
Chicago, April 29. Dowlo today ad
drcstcd two thousand live hundred peo
ple nt the Tuherniiclo In Zlon. Volh.t
addressed llto tlioubuud. Dowie do
llied tho charges preferred agalust him.
Per slmr. W. O. Hall. April 29, from
Kau.il ports J. M. I.ydgatu, J. A. l'ul
liter, Mm Jennings, Frank Hindi, K.
Matuna, Mrs. Mutuna, Pat Murphy and
Temperatures C n. 111, 09; 8 a. 111.
71, 10 a. m, 72, noon, 71; morning
Ilaiomcter, 8 n. in., 30.02, aliGoluto
humidity, h ,1. in., 3,910 grains pel
cubic foot, ielallo humidity, 8 a. in.
9 per cent; dew point, S a. m , 56.
Wind 0 a. in., velocity 9, direction
N, 8 a. m., velocity 10, direction N ,
10 a, in., velocity 17. direction N V. j
noon, velocity 16, direction N i:
Rnlnfult during 21 hours ended 8 a
in., .00 Inch.
Total wind movement dining 21
hours ended at noon. 311 miles
T K DRAKi:.
Acting So-tlon Dhector, I' s Went her
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
People on the other Islands continue
to show their gcnciolty In the mut
ter of making collections for the Han
l'rnnclsco relief fund. A number of
contributions were leeched this morn
ing by II. P. Wood,, secretary of tho
eommlltto having charge of the work
'llicy nic ns follows:
Clccle, Knual, April 28, 190G.
II. P. Wood, Secretary KxecutUe Com
mittee, Honolulu, Oahu, II, T.
Dear 8lr Herewith enclosed wo
beg to hand ou draft for (329.30, cov
eting ninounl of our collections to date
for tho relict of suffcreis b) thu San
There are other amounts coming In
as tho mall closes, which we have con
cluded to keep until next mall, so that
ou may expect 11 further contribution
by Wednesday morning.
The Portuguese subscribers ure de
idrous that their coiitilhutlons be giv
en to the relief of Portuguese, whllo
the Japancso Intend sending thelra
through the Japanese Cunsul to that
they may reach their own countrymen.
Yours very truly.
Tin: MciiitYDi: sugar company,
M'l) per Win Stoddart, Manager
Tho Collections referred to In the
foregoing teller ure from the employes
of the sugar company from which the
letter came 'I lie subscriptions are In
umounts from B0 cents to $23.
I.lhuc, Knual, April 2S, 190G.
II P. Wood, Vmu Secretary S.in l-'r.in-elscu
Relict Committee, Honolulu,
Dear Sir. Your f.ior of the 23rd to
hand and contents noted. Hnclosed
please nnd check for B.19.25, with sub
scription list, which explains Itself.
Very Irul) jouni,
WM. 1IYIHJ RICH.
Kckaha, Kauai, April 27, l'JOG.
II. P. Wood, Usi Honolulu
Dcjr Sir: Your favor of 23 Inst., re
garding Iho collection of funds for the
icllcf of S.in l'ranciHO, duly received,
nnd I am at present collecting contri
butions which will go forward next
Admiral Ilccklcy, as special agent of
. m teller fund comml'lce, has received
Iho following contributions: II II.
Ilrodle, "; and J. Ncvln, $.", both of
Kauai, i:. i:. Couant of Kniuiiel.i. Ha
waii, bus collected and forwarded to
the Admiral fiom his diililcl (92.10. He
stales (hat the district Is sparsely set
tled, and thus tho amount Is not as
largo as some cent In from other dls
Huch of tho Inter-Inland boots will
turn In a special contribution, separate
from that given by tho company.
Admiral (leorgc Ilccklcy, who was
appointed by Iho executive committee
as n special agent In arranging the
committees for collecting funds for Sun
Francisco, has mado tho following ap
pointments or people to collect funds In
various places, the names being addi
tional Io those previously published:
r. Maul Oeorgo II. Dunn, I,ilialna;
W. T. Robinson, Wnllukii.
Hawaii It. R. I'Jgln, Muhukoiiu; J
I'rllcliard, Honokaa; H. H, Conant, Kn
muela, Jus, (llhl), Paauhau; J. C.
Searle, Puako; J. A. .McOulrc. Kullua,
C. McClcllan and II 8. Rlckard, I.au
pahochoc; Julian Monsnrr.it, Kapupa
la; William (1 Ogg, IMhalu; W. 11.
Zeave Has Chance
Answer His Wife
On an appeal from tho denial of a
motion to set nsldo a decree or dhoico
and permit llin llbcllcn to answer mid
present his defence, ho having made no
npearance before tho hearing and do
ere. In Knnnio Zeavu vj Nathan .cave,
tho Territorial Supremo Court tliU
morning rendered a decision, Chief
Justice l-'rcar writing tho opinion, re
versing tho order denying the motion.
Tho opinion cjjs:
In order to obtain jurisdiction over
the libelee In a dlvoico c.iso by per
bonal notice to him without tho Teirl
tory, under It I,, See. 2231. ho should
bo notllled, among other things, when
10 appear. It Is not sufllclcnt for u
private, person to leave with him In
tho foreign state a copy of tho libel
and of u summons In t Ii o usual fou-.i
for personal sen Ice by un ofllccr wlln
in Iho Territory
An uppe.ir.imo after decree to move
to open the default and set nsldo thu
decree on the grounds of oxcusabio
Iniuherlanco mid want uf Jurisdiction
and for leave lo answer and present
a defense is n gcnetal appearance, ren
dering uniiccciiknry further eervlco or
noticn In order to obtain Jurisdiction
over the libelee,
Libelee w.iu In San rranclcco, Ten
ruary 21, 1903, when the libel vvaj
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
conclio ana comment resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, DUiiainn permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
756 Pr month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year. i
You can cislly eao how small som'j .
men nic when tiny trj to size up to tho
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, April 30. 1906.
NAME Uh blUL. rau up i ".
C Btwr A Co -..
Cw Plantation Co ...
ilaw Com 8l Suf ar Co
Hawaiian Sugar Ctf
Honomu faf Co...
Honoko SujaCo -.
Haiku bviir Co -
Kahuku Plantation Co
i.t.orx Klhfl naiUtlonCo Ltd
KoioiSutar Co :.
McHrydoNtfif Co -.
Gahu but ar Co
Onom Sufar Co.. .
OakattSoffar Plant C
' y. t
Paauhau buf PlantCt
ptcinc :umc mm.,
PU Plantation f.o
Pff-trkco Suttr Co ....
llnnr Mill Lo ..
Wiutua Agflcullunl Co
Wnluku ?ucr Cu .
Wiiluku Supr Co Set
vvlmAnii Mir i,.
Il.i.n.r .-,, .....
fiUMfcUnd blfim N Co
HwMn fclntricCo H
HwiKT t LCol'IJ
Hon k 1 A L Lo Cum
Mutual Tlt?pho C .
Oahu HhL Co..
Hon. l,tb, (to......
Haw Trti'l Hp c... .
naiku ausM topi.
Haw Com A bur lo S P
Hawhujtar Copc ....
Hon R 1 t L Co 6 p ,..
KahutAi I'Unt Co 6 c
Uahu It At I Co 6 p c H
Oahu hujtJf Coopt .
Ola a Sucar Co ftp c...
Pioneer Mill Co6pc .
Walalua Acik Co6p (
Dividends-Apr 30, 1300: C. Ilicn
er & Co., ! per cent; Knit. Vi per cent.
Honomu, 1 per cent; Wnlmaiinlo, 1! per
cent, Wnllukii, I! per cent; Haw. Hlec
trlc, ',4 per cent; Olowiilu, 1 per tent;
Hun II. &. M. Co, 1 per cent; I. I. h.
N. Co.. !) per cent. .May I. IIW6. Hal
ku. 'J icr cent, l'.ila. lis per cent. I'lo
neer, 1 per cent May 6, I'JOii. Hown
Com. Sugar Co , C5e share, Tamilian,
Latest sugar quotation, 3.42 cents, or
$68.40 per toi
SUGAR, 3.42 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 0 1-4(1
Tfiielen & Williamson
STOCK AND DOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change. 312 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
with an old fash
WHY soil tinners
and spoil temper?
The NEW kind
costs no more
than the old.
NO ink Dropping
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TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1000,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
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ter (, Smith to my sulcsioom, for con-
voi'icnco of hiile
I.ADIHS' KIW.CIAI, HAI.H.
1 Jump Kent, Canopy top MounUiln
2 Sets Single Harness.
1 Set Doublo Harness,
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