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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1607.
essentials of guahty.
The Kind of Bottled Beers
is not only Pure and Carefully Sterilized, but is
brewed from the very choicest materials obtainable
Barley-Malt from sound, thoroughly ripened
grain, Hops of the finest quality and Yeast of special
culture. A beer of exquisite taste and delightful
COMMENCING FRIDAY, APRIL 20
Presenting a Repertoire of Comedy,
Farce and Melodrama.
Friday and Saturday Nights and Sat
"A ROYAL RECEPTION"
Monday and Tuesday
"THE AMERICAN GIRL"
POLITE VAUDEVILLE BETWEEN
Headed by the Clever Child Duo.
THE OSBORN CHILDREN.
A BIO DO UBL E SHOW!
The sale of scats opens at the Or
phcum box office Wednesday at 10
If so, you will be Inter
ested In looking over our
complete stock of BABY
SUPPLIES. Just what is
needed In Medicines, Trin
kets and Baby Foods.
& Co., Ltd.
OAHU COUNTRY CLUB OPENING.
Tho Oalm Country Club announces
that It will open Its Club Hnuso and
(lrnunds on Saturday, tho 27th Inst.,
p. m. Tho ladles of tho Club will re
ceive nnd porvo tea from a to C
o'clock p. m., and all member and
woll-wluhers of tho Club nro Invited
to bo present and Inspect tho piom
Isrs. No cards of Invitation will ho Is
sued. K. V. IllSllOl',
Tresldent, Oalm Country Club.
is a characteristic of nearly
all Beers, but is only one of the
flavor is the result.
Builwclacr Is bottled only at the Home Plant.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis, u. s. A.
H. HACKFELD & CO. Ltd.,
Home decoration not in har
mony with other appointments
won't go iii this century of re
finement. You ought to nilvisc with men
of experience men who have
made a study of home tlccora-
THE HOME DECORATOR
S S SIGNS!
(Continued from Paoa 1.)
from tho Governor announcing his
refusal to Blgn Scnnto Illll 7G, mak
ing It necessary for any person or
corporation to get tho permission of
tho Supervisors to dig or excavnte
any public toad. Consideration of
tho veto was deferred to Wednesday.
A TIlOUULKSOMi: LAUNDUY
A laundry hill Is usunlly nn object
of much vexation und trouble. Bhol
don'a laundry bill, llouso lllll 228,
was no exception to the rule. Rnvv-
tins nicked tho obvious Maw In It nnd
went after it vigorously. "It looks
lo me." ho Bald, "us If this bill worn
in tho Interests of tho steam laun
dries. It It is, I am going to vnto
ugntnst It. 1 hnvo a right lo havo my
clothes Ironed by hnnd."
Sheldon denied that tho bill was
diaftcd for tho purposo of protecting
certain steam laundries, hut because
tho sanitary condition of tho Iwllal
Inundiles is so bud that they ought
to bo abolished.
Kanlho moved tlio Inilellnlto post
ponement of tho bill. "It appears to
me," ho said, "to require thn usu of
machinery by anyone entering the
laundry business. Moit of tboso now
engaged In tlio business would be
It nocked nut and tlio prices now
charged for laundry work would bo
Kalclopu was also of tho opinion
that the bill wns drafted In favor of
tho hteam laiiniliy linn und against
tho Chinese. Tho objection to the
hitler, ho said, that they sprinkled
clolhes by blowing tho wntcr out of
their mouths, nn longor applies, ns
they have discontinued tlio practice.
Kiiithermore, tho bill would put
out of business u largo number of
wiiiuuu who wash for a living.
Sheldon tried again to innko out a
cube for his bill. Ho called attention
to tho nhsldiious efforts of tho I.eglK
latino to look uflcr tho health of Ho
nolulii, mid claimed onco moro thnt
that tho Iwilei laundries am a losing
pioposltinu to tho Territory.
Kanllio niiulo another charactorls
He speech which addeil nothing to tho
Information of thn other members.
Kiilolopu moved tho pinvlous ques
Ilawllus offend Homo amendment1).
Ono was to cut out le clause io
quiring application for permit to ho
accompanied by a map or plan of tho
heating appliances. Tho general In
tent of tho amendments was to nllow
the establishment of other than steam
li.undrles. The amendments woro
adopted, llnwllni moved that the
bill puss us amended.
Hughes had mi amendment, lie
moved to make the lleenso fen S5 In
stead of S2K. Carried. Ho also mov
ed to reduce the mnxlmjiui penalty
1 1 mil ?100 to tio. '
Rawlins thought this ridiculous.
"You might ns well knock out all tho
test of tlio bill," ho said. "Such a
penalty Is an Invitation to break tho
Inw." Tho amendment enrrled.
Aftor mi hour of debate on tho
lucasum a oto wns finally taken uud
tho bill was snowed under by u unan
imous oto. liven Sheldon lofuscd lo
oto for tho umended hill.
MAHHinD TKACHKRS' MIX DHAD
Long, for tho IMucatlon 'Commit
tee, finally reported thn Married
Teacheis' bill, but ho icpoited It ad-
Ccrktd er 11a Capet
versoly. Tho recommendation Unit
tho bill bo tabled was adopted by tho
llotwo without comment, but with ev
ident satisfaction. Onco morn tho
House gets back nt tho Senate.
POUND MM. VKTOKD
Tho Governor's message vetoing
tho round bill was received and rend.
On motion of Ulco the veto was plac
ed on tho calendar for 2 o'clock Wed
WILL UKl'OUT LIQUOR HILL
Itnwllns, chairman of tho Bpcclal
commlttco to which was referred Scn
nto Hill 01, the Liquor bill, made nn
oral report, asking five dajs' further
tlmo In which to consider tho bill.
Hughes objected. Ho snld ho knew
tho committee would do tho best It
I rotiM, hut the bill was an Important
one, and he thought the 1 louse ought
to'havo moro tlmo to consider It.
Itnwllns stated that tho committee
Is meeting thrco times n day, and that
It asked for five days only as n mat
ter of form. It was probable that tho
bill would bo reported Monday after
In consideration of tho fact that
the Senate held the bill for I." days
nnd tho House has bad It only flvo
days, tho Speaker thought Rawlins,'
request n reasonable one, nnd It was
I'alt Introduced n bill to authorize
nnd provldo for tho manufacture,
.maintenance, distribution and supply
r'f electric light nnd power within tho
district of I.alialna mid clsowhcro In
tho Island and County of Maul, Ha
It.iwllns wanted to know what had
become of his bill relating to tho gen
eration of electricity. Castro, chair
man of tho Agricultural Committee,
lcpllsd that tho committee did not
fully undei stand some fentuies of It.
Itawllns Indignantly mated Hint ho
had been In tho House every day nnd
us a matter nt courtesy tlio coiuinlt-
teo should havo called him before It
to explain any points It dil not Un
derstand. CnMm pi-miili-cil to report
tho bill Monday.
Hnuso lllll 231, defining n taxation
period, passed second reading.
Wll HFAHi: TOLLS
HoiiBo lllll l!l. levying wharfage
toltH on goods (inputted Into tlio Tcr
illory, came up for final reading mid
Hnuso lllll 209, providing for tlio
relief of William MahiiUu, passed Du
al reading without discussion,
LIMITATION 01" ACTION
llouso lllll 223, limiting tho, tlmo
within which action for dittmigcH may
bo instituted, setting tho limit at ouu
enr, wnii tnken up. Nearly nil tho
lncmbors oted "kanalua" nn Iho
first ioiiid, this being n standing and
well-worn Joko In tho House. Tho
bill tlunlly failed of passage, tho voto
being a tic, 14 In II.
Last night ut about 11:20 ut .Mollllti
a Japanese who worked uh cmbaliner
for tbu Honolulu Undertaking Co., was
run over by a Itapld Transit car and
Instantly killed, Ho was lying
ncross the track when tho car ciuno
ulong at a high lato of speed und ran
over his body beforo It could bo
Thn Japanese evidently nan neon
walking along by tho enr track and
had been taken with a fit of some kind
ami fell ncrobs llin tuicks. Tliero wns
un sign that ho bud been drinking.
Car No. 22, In churgo of Conductor J,
Fern and Motormiiu A. llloom, run
ovor tho unfoiluiuiiu Japanese.
A newly painted and papered 6'
room cottage with modern conve
nienccs at Puunui nr. Liliha car tcr'
minus. $12 p. m.
Several good building lots at Ma'
noa Valley at a bargain.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity BIdg,, Room 1, 74 S. King St.
i AND AMUSING FROM
flno varnlsli of legislative
which, ilnrlnir thn earlier
days of the session, wns bo plentifully ?"" wjth ", fcw 11"or Bn,eIU""cm"
,fearocl over the lawmakers I. wear-j .HiT 1C didnvet, breathe
Ing thin In spots, nnd hero and ll!ir(, nftcr lllls gtllllli
thero ton be bcoii the real grain ofi a Utttc political second thought
th'i timber underneath. The tcim makes n lot of difference sometimes.
"Honorable Gentlemen" Is still bat- The night that the llouso had por
ted around fiom ono to another, but form(,'l lls Incomparable stunt of itnun-
. , ,, .'.,. Imous y vol ng to let tho worm fakir
a more often now has a sarcastic. , Wnllncli go to Molohal, some of tho
meaning than otherwise. I Senators were nilcd with Indignation
And tho reason is that there are and dlrgust at the nnjics of the House,
fower fixes to grind nnd tho members I "Just wait till wo gel that fool resw
ore not looking so eagerly for some- 'lutlon up In the Senate," they sput-
cno to turn tho grindstone nnd nil.lcrfI1 ",ul "liat w,f 'lo lt'" ,
ii . ...i. Ti, ., , ,.. . I "Just wntc h me," sa d Palmer
tho water-can. Tho end of the oi-Wo()(l9 01 , B(jn'.t do ft MnK ,
slon Is approaching and most of tlioi.i... wiinPli nviilutlnnt I bono I nut
Lpet measures havo already been act-
ed on. Tho trades hnvo about all
been made and the Representative
and Senators havo got about all out
of ono nnother that can be expected.
Consequently they can permit them
selves the luxury of saying what they
think nnd voting ns they really want
During the early days of tho ses
sion It wns a very rare thing for ei
ther House to kill the hill of one of
Its members' openly on tho floor of 1
tho legislative chamber. Such kill-
Ings ns occurred wero generally In
rtiminlMon nn,l worn nnrKnl mini! no
.onsldcrntely ns possible so as to
avoid hurting the tender feelings of
tho father of tho bill and perhaps
earning his enmity for tho pet meas
ures of tho committeemen.
Now nil this Is changed and the
legislators exhibit a grim Joy In taking
some poor. Inoffensive llttlo bill oot
.. .i.. n i .... ......
on tho floor nnd gorily slaughtering
Yesterday Sheldon's bill calling for
the appointment of a Commission to
examine applicants for horsc-shocrs'
licenses cumo up in tho llouso for fin
al reading. In the morning n serious
defect In the bill wns pointed cut
and Sheldon was granted tlmo to
amend tho bill. In the nfternoon ho
offered Ills amendments, which the
Houso gravely accepted, nnd then
rquclched tho bill by nn overwhelm
Sheldon, who used to lie n black
smith himself, nnd has In his tlmo
ebod many a horse and other ani
mals, was very much disgusted.
Leaving his scat, ho wont to n cor
ner of the room, grumbling tn him
self. "Talk about shoeing JackiiBses
In Konn," ho said. He didn't com
plete the sentence, bufhls look ns
ho turned nnd slowly surveyed tho
Hnuso showed that It wasn't Kona
that ho had In mind.
One of the constantly recurring nnd
Jn a,' way amusing incidents of tho
House Is tho voto of Kanlho on any
measure Introduced by Hawllns.
The Kobnla klrker loves Itnwllns as
the devil lines holy water. He has
been rousted several times by tho
chairman of the Judiciary Committee
lor ins iiuii-nraueci oiistinncy in reins
lug to appear beforo tho commllteo
wheiu tome of Ills own bills wero being
considered, and lin taken u childish
pleasure In showing his ipltc.
Whenever a idll comes up on third
leading, Knulhn turns it vcr and
looks at Iho back to see who Is Us In
troducer. If he finds Haw Mil's name
there, ho promptly emits a vigorous
and emphatic "aolc.' Tho merits of
tho bill cut no figure with him. Hu
would vote no on u bill to make him
self u present of a fat Job without work
If Ilawllus were sponscr for It. No
body has jet presented him with u
What a lot of dignity wo do acquire
niter tho people buvo selected us to1 bo
llicir ucrvunls! Aim now wo no glory
lu tho piellx of "Hon." beforo our
names after we get Into tho Lcglslu
tuio! It Is amusing to observe tho scrupul
ous cnio with which the members of
the House mldius ono another nn "the
llonoruhlo Gentleman from Kohnla,
or tho Ilonoialilo Representative from
nny other old place. The man who at
homo Is simply plain lllll Jones, and
ills moud with his collar and shoes
oft and a corncob pipe In bis teeth. In
sists on being tho Ilonorublu Gentle
man when he comes up to muko laws
lor the common herd, Onco lu v while
it member makes a slip nnd refers tu
nnother mcmbei us Mr. Uliink, hut he
Hastily corrects himself uud addresses
bis fellow member very solemnly as
the Honorable (lentlciuun. Wo must
usu all the dignities and emolument
that go with office.
A grand exhibition of ground and
lofty tumbling may bo witnessed lu
tho llouso almost iiuy old day. Prob
ably no other legislative body in thn
world can peifonu a back lllp with
graetcr celerity and agility than thn
Houso of ltepicMcututlvcs of the I'glu
latino of tlio Tcirltory of Hawaii. 'Ihey
can kill a bill so dcud It can't even In a furco built for laughing purixircs
wiggle, uud pllo voles enough on Its only nnd amply filling Iho bill, It Is
grave to hold down even tho most un- "a Roviil Reception," or "Incog. 'Un
easy irpno and then In 15 minutes ko most farce comedies It does not
Kalclopu or somo other member, gen. 'depend on "horo play" for tbe laughs,
orally Kulclopii, will dig up tho de- hut tlio morriineut is the legitimate
flint bill and tho House mcmbcis, with- outcome ot the uuinvollug of the In
out nny uppaient rhynio or reason, will (Urate plot. It will certainly send ou
past It us enthusiastically ns they bo- homo with a smile on your fate. Tho
toro stubbed It, bill for Monday uud Tuesday Is a plcuB-
TUo reuurrertlon and passago of tho Ing comedy "Tho American Girl,' a
Municipal Illll last Tburbduy was an modernjptory with inelaugo of com
illustration of tho acrobatlo ability ot ody, heart Interest and sensation. It
Iho House. When Iho Senate killed the la cast with the full strength of tho
Primary law, llin House was wrath) comp.iu) uud Iho Osbiirn ehlhliiMi have
nnd prompt!) put tho knife Into the two prominent inles. Tho sabi of scats
Senate's pet measure, the Municipal opens nt Iho box olllco on Wednesday
bill. And then ;ho next utteinoou Kti- at 10 o'clock.
lelopu dug tip tho cold corpse nnd tlio
Houso complacently sent It buck to tlio
,m n,P committee- the resolution Is re-
And when the rebolutlon did come
up, the Senate passed it without a kick.
A sound of political shouting had pen
etrated tho Malls of the Scnalo cham
ber. Friday afternoon when tho House
bad been In Commlttco of tho Whole
und hud Just risen and tho Speaker
had tnken the chair, Jlmiulo Hojd
wandered Into the rear of the room
tht-imirh n window with hl nltm In lil
He rnt tliero placidly blowing clouds
of stunko Into tho sacred nlr of the
leglsltltlVO Chamber nlld looking fot
K l'10 W(,rld llku iU1 al'atl I"
Tho Speaker was busy with some,
papers on bis desk at the time und
dlilnt teo hi in for several minutes,
Jlmmlo puffed nwuy peacefully. Sud
denly the Speaker looked up and his
lorrl". Kaze tfc,n u" 1J'm 'C,rcl ?
,0"?,,,c?,lcr n"a l,181,Ucr r l,1 dS,,U
"f tho House.
For a moment he wns so astounded
that be couldn't speak. He beckoned
wildly to the Serginnt-nt-Arms, and
Hoyd saw him. Tho enormity of tliv
crime ho was committing struck gen
ial Jlmuile with such force thnt il
knocked him clear off his chair and
through the window;. Ho didn't even
wait to get up. Ho simply turned n
back somersault out of his chair and
fled to return no inoie.
It Is stilted iiuauthorltutlvcly that
Uoyd Intends to swear off smoking.
Tho Houso Is making a rccoid In the
way it dispatches Its business. Thero
Is little holding up of bills In commit
tee, us In tho Senate, and the Introduc
er of n bill Is nt least fairly sure of
getting n reiwrt on It from the coin-
mltteo to which It Is refined.
When the llouso adjourned Friday
there had been Introduced since the be
ginning or tho session 21S bills. Of
tills number the Governor hnd Blgned
23 and vetoed 3, ono veto being over
ridden by Ixith houses. Fifty-seven
bills bad been tabled. Sixty-sen en wero
In the hands of various committees
nine In tho Governor's hands and 44
In those of tho Senate.
The dllnlory luetics of the Senate is
n soro subject with tho House mem
bers. They feci that while they aro
working bard to get through the largo
amount of business that must be trans
acted. Hie Senate Is simply trilling ami
wanting time. Somn House members
are in favor of passing u resolution ot
ccimito on tho Senators for their
Blothfulncss. They can see no reason
That prlnco of western managers, V.
J. Hlleford and bis popular company
opens tlietr annual engagement ut tho
Orplicum on Ffld.iy, April 2CtIi. Ho
has this jcar the greatest company
that ho has ever offered to Honolulu
theatre goers, and tho list of plays
comprise Home of the leading successes
of the last two mmsoiis. The rcstcr of
tho company Is ni follows: Mctli Cham
berlain, Muttlo Lloyd Luce, Anna
Dodge, Alpha (Jei trude Clark, True
lloarilmaii, William Marian, (leoigo
Ilciunndcx, Lloyd IMwards, Clarence
rgusou, William Daul, and Joseph
Roberts. A special fcatmo Is thn
vaudeville between acts beaded by the
clever child duo, tho Osburii children.
Special wenery and effects Is carried
,rc)r ...ieh production. Thn opening bill
When you remember tbe fact
that the Bitters has been curing
sickly peoplo for over SO years,
)ou ought not hesitate any longer
In giving It a fair trial. For cur
Ing General Debility, Impure
Blood, Headache, Indigestion, Dy
pepsia, CostlveniM, or Malaria,
Fever and Ague It Is unrivalled
date, and which works from 9 o'clock
In the morning until 1 or C In the at
inriHHin nnd Homutlmes until 10 or 11
nt nlclit. should bo delayed by the
short sessions of tho upper house. It
l psneclallv irritating to have the Scn
nto wander down ut 3 o'clock In tho
kftcriioou on their way Home ami siop
to look In at the door with nn amused
smllo at the hard-working Represen
tatives. It Is astonishing what nn Industrious,
b.irilworklnc lot of friends mine of the
legislators havo the uforcsald friends
beinir alt servants of the public nnd
drawing their salaries from tho public
trensury. Discussion over the salary
unnroorlatloii bill has dlscloised the
fuel-that tbe Territorial work shop Is
a. recular hive of Industry so far as
tho minor employees are concerned, n
Is only the heads of departments who
ought to have their salaries cut, be
causo they havo nothing to do but Bit
In their chairs all clay ami smoko cig
ars cinoMug clcara seems to bo tho
onu great expreuloii of slothfulness
nnd Insolent complacency. Tile Jan
itors and Mciioginphers and clerks, to
gether with such minor officials as
counlty district magistrates, are the
ones who hold the government to Its
foundations and prevent the social
fabric from falling to pieces. They
arc tho ones who should bo paid the
good ralaries. And so tho House would
lop 50 off the milary of the depart
ment bead and boost a few lesser serv
ants, of tho government $10 or $20 or
Thus Is economy practiced.
Would Not Give Up The
Keys to Lock Garve's
Capt. Ritchie, formerly in command
of the Ilrltlsh ship l,och (lane, which
went ashore on Molokiil a few weeks
ago and who has been removed from
his jKisilloii by u eiiuit of Inquiry
which sustained charges that ho wns
fieqiirnlly drunk while lu command ot
!f the ship. Is causing trouble. He re
niscd to give up tho keys to tho ship's
Mores when the) were demanded and
claims that ho Is still lu command or
the Ixich Oaive. On the other hand lr
Ritchie goes on Isinrd the Loch Carve
ho Is liable to be thrown civcrlxiard, ac
cording lo Mate Clement, who is now
In charge ot the ship.
When Ritchie refused to give up tho
kejH to the shin's stores the matter
was laid bcfqro tho Urltlsb Acting Con
sul, who uiithnrlzcd Clement to bleak
open nny locks which were in tlio wuy,
and this lias liecii done. Ailing ns no
has will not benefit Rltchln'n eato be
toro tho Ilrltlsh Hoard of Trade.
Who will go out as captain of the
Loch Carve has not yet been decided,
though Mate Clement Is not nt Till
backward about making tho statement1
that ho wll. Tlio owners of the ship
havo authorized the local agents of
Lloyd's tn appoint a captain and I bey
stated this morning thnt no derision
had ct been made. Clement's liamn Is
under consideration but It seems like
ly that Capt. Rouse, of this city, may
be tho man lo get the position.
Rouse has only one thing tu prevent
him fiom taking the command of tho
I-och Curve. That Is that bo has been
naturalized us an American citizen.
He was born a Ilrltlsh subject und ob
tained muster's papers from tho Co
lonial authorities but since that time
has changed his allegiance and this
fact mny debar him. The matter is
now being considered by the llrltlsn
Another manner in which tho va
cancy can lie filled Is for Cant. Comlie.
of tho C.iblesblp Rcutoier, lo relcm.e
one of hit, o Ulcers from his contract
nnd allow him lo take the isltlon.
Tbeio is u possibility that this may
bo done. The decision will probably
be made this afternoon.
Tho American Ait Gallery of New
Yoik baa issued a handsome illustrat
ed catalogue of the art treasures which
belonged to tho luto Stanford White,
who was killed by Harry Thaw,
Willie's homo win. n perfect treasure
houso of art. Tlicio nro 112 plrtuie&
ulono that are each and all very val
uable paintings. All of tho house
decorations will bo told to satisfy an
account with MuKIm, Mcud & White,
which was ov'eidiawn to tho extent of
nearly fCMi.OOO. White's llfu Insiirauro
will alto go luto tho pile.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Par Want Column cc Pace Six
Two 1'lymouth Hock roosters, two
black Minorca roosters and two
half Minorca half game. Apply W.
O. Nccdham, Armstrong St., Col
lege Hills. 3072-lW
California .Mules at Union Feed Co.'m
Stable, llench Ho.id. Tel. Mho 2I2.
Desirable stores in Masonic Temple,
Alnken St Inquire of K. I Spald
ing, Trustee, Sprockets Hank.
1'iirnlsbed five-room cottage;
i: King. Cotlago (Irene
NEW - TO-DAY
NOTICE OF SALE OF PORTION OF
CERTAIN PUBLIC LAND
KNOWN AS HANEH0I, K00
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, Mny
20th, 1907, at front entrance to Ju
diciary llullding, Honolulu, there
will be sold nt Public Auction under
the provisions of Section 17, Part
IV, Iind Act, 1S93, (Sec. 270, Ilc
lseJ Laws), 154.0 acres, n llttlo moro
or lets, of the mountain pnsturo land
of H.inehol, Koolan, Maul.
Upset price, $770.00, plus cost of
patent and stamp.
Terms: Cash, U. S. Cold Colli.
For plan, description and full par
ticulars, npply nt olllco of Sub Agent
Fourth l-nnd District, Knluitul, Maul,
or nt office of undersigned, Judiciary
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, O.ihu, T. 11.,
April ISth, 1907.
3C72 Apr. 20, 27; Mny I, 11, 18, 20
ALL IN O00D CONDITION.
ONE OAK EXTENSION DININQ
ONE 8-FT. PINE TABLE;
TWELVE CANE-SEAT CHAIRS:
EIGHT PLAIN CHAIRS;
TWO OAK BOOK CASES, GLASS
FRONTS, BOTH VERY GOOD;
ONE SECTIONAL BOOK CASE;
Can be teen at
126 S. KING ST.
TEL. MAIN 58.
The Art Pottery of the
East. In exquisite shapes,
frcm 50c upwards. Brass
es, Mats, Fans and Tapas.
Hawaii & South Seas Cu
rio Co., Alexander Young
We offer to supply you with re
liable meats at RIGHT PRICES.
All the meats that come here arc
Inspected by the Government first
and then by us.
Uncle Sam decides if the meat is
fresh and wholesome ; wc decide whe
ther it is tender and juicy enough
for our particular trade; and, if so,
we accept it.
No fears of unwholesome eating,
Lut the choicest picking? cf the beef
NEW STREET HATS
BOSTON BLOO., FORT 3TREET.
Tlio Weskly Edition ofthe Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the niws of the day.
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