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EVENIKO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TintnBDAV, MAIL 12, 1!03.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING. CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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HPaoJ i Editorial Rooms, - 185
a 'MBusiness Office, - 256
Will. Alec Lvle as captain tho Ha-
vail cannot fnll to win. I
What Iluntiltilu wants to know is,
when the I'leet. will nrrlvo here.
i i L UIIUlM&lilllUIUt Ul UIU " -v ""
Transportation Is tho life ur nny Washington, the bill for tho tempor
lommunlty. Lack or It Is killing. I nry suspension of the coastwise shlp-
' uhiR laws, reported ' favorably from
Just a little rain for the coming committee, In to bo pressed to pas
cnip will make Hawaii's cup of joy tago In event of tho failure of tho
comfortably well filled. I postal-subsidy law.
j -. -. i This Ik the basis on which this
IT sou aie a Croaker and feel like Territory should baelt any coastwise
I'loaUIng, load one of Secretary suspension legislation.
Wood's reporTs'nnd cheer up. I What Hawaii needs, what Amer-
. hi -- . I lean commerce in tho Pacific
Mr. Sargent's promise to help In ( nec,iSl im)ru than any other one thine
tho enlistment of immigrants at la tiocent ship subsidy that will put
mainland ports promises a good be- American shipping Interests on nil
Six delegates fur Hawaii nt?tlie Na
tional Itepubllcnn Convention" "o ,
none coo many m pnijiuriy "Fl-'V-WJ-M
War-srares based on thu recall of
twenty marines on a desart Island
without arms or ammunition Is a
- . .' u
Mall advices speak of the latest
tiouble with Venezuela as ugly. Is
this another scheme to get the l'lcct
Lack to the Atlantic on a hurrj-up
!all? ' ,
What would McKlnlcy doj Un
doubtedly ho would have thu larger
share of tho money used In a manner
to best equip students for tho battle?
of life. .
Sugar four cents nnd not n sharo
cold on the Stock lCxchango! Noth
ing lets than u charge of dyunmlui
will excite the conservative, men on
Such a terrible time wo aro hav
ing over Kcpolkai, t,liat ono s almost
inclined to forget that after all la
tald and done, the Pieslilent Is the
man who makes the appointment"
If the Hindus come Qf.tneir own
accord and want work, tlie.ro Is noth;
ing to stop them. Meanwhile Hawaii
will spend Its surplus funds to ob
tain a more desirable population.
Keep tourlst-promot.lon work clear
of the Immigration solicitation. Lot
the work go forward-without friction
but not on such nn Intlmato basis
that each project will be Injured ra
ther than helped.
They aro making a great pow-wow
over the baneful influence of Hrynu
and Roosevelt In their respective par
ties. If tho followers of each were
combined, there would not be enough
left to innko up a respectablo minor
ity. Iteports come that Vancouver Is
striving to hold tho cableshlp Restor
er at that port. Should Vancouver
mnko It so attractive that the cable
authorities will acquiesce, then Ho
nolulu may begin to think of what
It might have done to hold the Bhlp
"In this harbor.
When Hawaii first attempted to
ship Immigrants across the country It
was almost a case of shot-gun to
keep tho peoplo along the route, from
stealing them ort the train. With
tho unemployed bo thick, -It would
now be a case of Bhot-gun to prevent
Them stopping nt any othor place
than their destination.
Criminal negllgeuco is tho report
returned from tho public-school hor
ror in which nearly 200 children
woro sacrificed. If Congress docs not
wake up, crimlnul negligence will be
tho verdict of history against a leg
islative body that refused to Improve
Pearl Harbor. And the limit of lives
sacrificed will go far bejonil tho two
How many mainland towns would
keep quiet under tho coastwise ship
ping law and no ship subsidy, nnd a
dwindling merchant marine, if thoy
wero dependent entirely on Bhlps for
transportation? Tho jVesent status
of tho shipping laws chokes tho life
out of tho Amerlcnri merchant mar
ino nnd tho natural progress of Ha
waii, ih. may not be nleo (o nay po,
lut it IsUruo.
lVr Viar, anlicrc hit's .. I.ixi
IVr Year, ai vw here tu Canada . I.Ml)
PcrYe.tr twMpald, foreign ...... 2,o
Ctiivrcil nt ttie roMnfiiir at Honolulu
m niiorul iU matter
PRESENT SHIPPING LAWS UNJUST
ArtoKliliR to the Hill let Ill's
....!... I..i.,llrr if (tin flfll'ltWld friifll
equality with foreign competitors
If the short-sightedness of Cun-
sress, thcnetlvlty of the forclgn-hlilp
fiibby. a'uVtho lndfiferonce of Mld-
die-Slate Coiigiesmien are to com
Iilnu to prevent subsidy legislation, It
Is an act of miserable lnjustlco to
further fine tho people of Hawaii
$200. per for accepting the privilege'
of traveling on foreign steamships.
The reading of the bill now before
Congress fir n temporary suspension
of the coastwlse-shlpi)lng rule as re
gal ds passengcis Is such as to prac
tically mnl.o It dependent on tho pas
tagoiof the postal-subbldy bill. The
Misponslori Is to continue until three
additional American steamers are put
on this route.
It Ih a matter of common knowl
edge that tho three Oceanic Btcamcrs
will be put on tho southern route ami
call nt this port. If tho postal-subsidy
lilll Is p.tt-scd. Thus, while Hawaii's
.in grand eruption
Liauid Fire has risen in the pit
125 feet and is rising at the rate of
10 feet daily.
Visitors report the awful grandeur
of tho scciin beyond description.
Thee periods of Intenbo nctlvlty are
not as -a rulo of long duration. Don't
delay your visit to this world-wonder;
don't miss tho opportunity of a
lifetime; don't bo dissuaded from tak
ing the trip.
Secure jour passage at once,
l'or InCprmatlon regarding the trip
WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.,Honolulu
PUNAH0U DISTRICT: Very de
sirable home, consisting of lot 75x95
well planted m fruit trees, and house
or three bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kjtchen, bath, etc.
FOR r.ENT UNFURNISHED
Hotel Street $20.00
Bevetania Street $40.00
Victoria Street $35.00
Matlock Avenue $22.50
Kinau Street . , . .' $30.00
Emma Street $24.00
Punchbowl Street $30.00
King Street $15.00
Kewalo Street $22.50
Kinau Street $35.00
King Street $18.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Nuuanu Avcnuo $20.00
Piikoi Street $27.50
FOR RENT FURNISHED
TCalihi Road $30.00
Hotel Street $50.00
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
It A U(n.l4aa4i
'Sjwnt mk LoM
lln ou Itisurod your house
hold effects ngnlnsl losa by fire?
Morris Lane, 2 bedrooms $ COO
Punchbowl, 2 bedrooms .,.1.. 8.00
Llllha Street, 2 bedroomi . . . 1S.0O
Lumtlllo Stieet, 2. bedrooms ., 1G.00
Punchbowl Street, 2, bedrooms IS. no
Wilder Avon'ue, i bedrooms. . 18.0.0
Ponsscola Street, 2 bedrooms 20.00
Wilder Avenue, 3 bedrooms. 20.00
Walklkl, 4 bedrooms ; . . 20.00
(innilall Lane, 2 bedrooms . . . 22.00
Kinau Street, 3 bedrooms.... 25.01)
School Street, 3 bedrooms... 30.00
Lunalllo Street, 3 bedrooms.. 3S.00
Hates Street, 2 bedrooms,... 40.00
Itcretanla Ave., 4 bedrooms . . 50.00
Matlock Ave., 2 bedrooms. ..$30 00
Young Street, 2 bedrooms.... 30.00
I'unahou. 3 bedrooms 35.00
You lie Street, 4 bedrooms . . . 3C.00
Pacific Heights, 4 bedrooms.. 50.00
Xuuanii Ave., 3 bedrooms,... C0.00
Mauoa, 3 bedrooms TG.OO
Simi: mk. b)M
suspension bill does not deslgnnto the
Mlbsldy law In exact language, thero
Is no doubt of what It means, or of
the practical result.
Tho danger to Hawaii Is that both
innasures will fall on account of tho
nblllty of a very small opposition to
block nny positive legislation. It Is a
thousand times easier to defeat a hill
In Congress than secure Its passago,
except at a tlmo of great national ex
citement. Tly position of this Territory
shoufd bo thoroughly underttood. We
are not fighting to Injure tho Amer
ican shipping Interests.
Tho Territory Is unqualified In Its
support of any pioject to mibsltllzo
American Bhlps on this ocean and ev
ery other ocean. Wo believe that
American ships of commerce should
command the trafflc of tho Pacific,
for If tho merchant Bhlps no not
hold their own, a mighty short time
will elapse beforo tho shlps-of-war
will bo unable to keep command.
Hut Hawaii cannot afford tho sac
rifice of the piogress of a generation
to a mainland Indlffercnco that holds
It down to an ever-dwindling num
ber of passenger Bhlps. f
Thero Is no right or justice In the
present attitude of the Federal Gov
ernment towards passenger transpor
tation In these Islands. Nothing In
heaven nbovo or earth beneath v.i
make It right.
Congress should do ono thing or
Hither sulisldlzo or put nn end to
tho law which makes It a financial
trlmo to travel on foreign ships that
happen to pass this way bound for an
HAWAII AND ITS DEFENSE
Congress has shown very clearly
that It does not Intend to do any
thing lemarkable at this session, If It
can help Itself. It will go up to
Juno fit's quietly nnd uneventfully
as It can. There will bo no legisla
tion on new and experimental linos
If tho leaders can avoid It. Per
haps, under the clrcumstnnces, this
courbo Is wise.
There Is one Item, howovcr, which
Congress could consider nnd dispose
of without venturing Into untried ex
periments. Hy tho exercise of foro-i-ight
and piudenco In this matter,
this session of Cougress might bo ro
membcrcd hereafter bb not entirely
barron of good fruit. The defonse of
Hawaii Is a subject that needs care
ful attention nnd prompt action, it
Is one that need not nrouso party
differences. It does not mean that
enormous sums of public monoy
would ho Involved. It would not call
for the creation of now oillceo or now
machinery. Thero Is nothing novel
In the subject for Congress- to balk
at. There Is no open door to extrava
gance or graft In tho plan to mnks
Tho Post has reason to bollovo
that tho Prosldont known whereof ho
speaks whan ho urgos tho early for
tification of Hawaii. Tho knowledge
ho possesses has not been made pub-
For Your Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns in each of
the following colors:
WHITE WITH PINK J
WHITE WITH BLUE:
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
3G inches wide,
He, nnd need not be. Tho palpable
facta speak for themselves. Hawaii
tould not bo more lot Innately situat
ed as a base for a naval enemy of
the United Rtntcs. It Is n stepping
Etono to tho Pacific Coast, from Pan
e ma to the tall of the Aleutians.
Prom Hawaii a strong nnd watchful
enemy could keep tho army and
navy of tho United Stntcs busy, al
most to tho neglect of other coasts
of this country. Hawaii Is so ob
viously the key to the Pacific Coast
that its seizure In Its present unpro
tected state would be tho first news
following a declaration of war and
It might fnll beforo war were de;
dared, If recent history teaches any
With Hawaii properly fortified, and
with n naval force to co-operate wttli
tho land defenses, the United Stntcs
could laugh at the attempt of any
Power, except England, to batter tho
Pacific Coast. Tho countries to the
south aro without ships. European
Powers havo no near-by bases. Ori
ental (loots could not mnko tho
round trip across the Pacific without
lccoallng. Hnglond would reoccupy
Esquimau In case of war, and would
be cs comfortably fixed as the United
States Itself. Hut with this excep
tion, no power could harm the west
ern const of, the United States If Ha
waii wero kept from Its grasp.
Since Hawaii Is a part of tho
United Statoa that cannot be alien
ated, It must bo protected from at
tack. If It were taken, this country
would hnve to fight for It to tho last
ditch. In our hands, It Is. a mighty
weapon of defense. In other hands.
It could bo used with terrlblo Effect
against us. As an Integral part of
tho United States It ought to bo pro
tected. As an outpost liable to seiz
ure, It must be made safe nt any cost.
(Continued from Pnse 1)
Interests, of the Territory of Hawaii,
in which I am very deeply Interested
indeed, I desire to express it as my
opinion that at the present tlmo the
interests of that Territory may be
best served by making known the
natural advantages of tho Islands to
those now living In tho continental
torrilory of tho United States, who
may be ileslnms of making n change
with a vlow to bettering their condi
After expressing his uppiovnl of
the work already done by Jlie Hoard
of Immigration, Sargent continues?
, ",TU Ism Beaton of busluoss de
pression,' nnd thero; Is a great deal
of labor incmployod, and it is my
conviction that If you Uko means to
TeaCH thlS class of our population,
cluyrt'ujHI havejnoftllftlctilty in get
ting' u 4alW number of' hard-wot Ic
ing, industrious people of desirable
nationalities. There would bo no dlf
Acuity whatever, bo far as the Immi
gration laws tiro concerned, Inasmuch
.is the peoplo, concerned would only
be traveling from ono part of tho
United States to another, ami you
chould livable to make reasonable
rates with tho railroad and steamship
people for transportation.
"There Is no question In my mind
but that the experiment would bo
successful, and that a few thousand
dollars spent in transportation and
In stimulating immigration to tho
Islands from the continental terri
tory, especially at tho present time,
would be an excellent investment,
and would bring icsultx of lasting
bouefit to tho futuro of tho Islands.
"I mako this as a suggestion for
Miur consideration, nnd bcllevo that
the effort Is worth n trial. And I
assure you that In so far as It lies In
tho power of tho Immigration Serv
ice, wo shall be glad to afford you
any Information, etc., that may bo
(Signed) T. P. SAHdKNT.
Department of Commerce nnd Labor
GUARANTEES to the employ
er that the watchman is al
ways on duty; if he is not, IT
'REGISTERS THE FACT!
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Division of Information and . '
New York, N. Y., Tcb. 1, 1008,
Mr. II. P. Wood, etc.
"Sir: It Is with grCat pleaaiiro
that I acknowledge the retclit"'of
illustrated pamphlets .and booklets' of
the Hawaiian Islands. I havo placed
them In a conspicuous place In my
ofilio where nny ono Interested' In
tho Islands may readily refers to
I he m.
"Adverting to our conversation"
lecent date which took place at El'Is
Island, concerning the .different races
of people who might possibly be "til
lected to the Islands us settlers. I
have to Btate that In my opinion ,the
Spaniard, Northern Italian, nnd Ital
ians from Messina would mako .the
best Bottlers for our .cllmato, Spun-
lards do not, as (i rule, como In very I
'arge numbers to this country, and I
when thoy do It Is rarely tho case 1
that they nro accompanied by their
families. The Ilasques from tho
mountainous regions of Spain pic
dominate, and these almost Invariab
ly proceed to tho big sheep ranches
of our Western States as sheep-herders
and like occupations.
"The Northern and other agricul
turally Inclined Italians ale more
numerous, nnd I believe that with
proper representations of tho advan
tages and proper assurances as to tho
possibilities, many such families now
located In various parts of the States
could' be directed to the Islands.
"Another class of Immigrant that
Is very thrifty Is the' Uusslan-I3er
man. The.ie travel, as a rule, li
large families. I .havo known ns
many as ten children to accompany
the parents In ono group. The nro
farmers and stock-raisers and mnko
a success of alt agricultural pursuit
vhcrevor thoy locale. Tho difficulty
In handling them la that thoy Invar
iably wish to go to bomo section
whero others of their own rnco aro
already located nnd, no matter what
Inducement may bo offered, they pre
fer to go to tho relative or friend. To
pstnhllsli a colony of these peoplo It
would therefore ho necessary to first
do somo missionary work In one of
their tunny colonlfs In tho Stalc3,
and, once ou had convinced two or
three families of tho ndvnntago to lie
dorlved from migrating to tho Isl
and.), others would follow suit rapid
ly, us this desire to bo with their
friends would attract them to the Isl
ands as It now attracts tliein to cor
talu locations lit the States.
"1 do not think that the lares
fiom Northern Uuropc, such ns Scan
dinavians, Da"!ie3, Poles, and others,
would be ho beneficial to you as
thoso that I havo mentioned.
"Mr, Puwderlr, tho chief, of this
division,' Is ht'tho present tliho In
communication with one or moro
homesteader companies In tho Terri
tory of Hawaii, nnd I bcllevo that
should tho Inducement bo great
' nough It will bo pos&lblo to direct
pulto a number of alleiiB to tho Ter
ritory, provided always .suitable ar
rangements can bo made for tholr
(Signed) C. L. (IHKKN,
Inspector In Charge.
It was decided to refer these let
ters to tho Hoard of Immigration.
LOCAL AND (iENORAL
Have iilivsraii3' bills. Keep away
from the hospital order a caso of
I hub. in. Phono 111.
Pout Kupuu Aim was granted a ill
orco f i om Knhua Aim by Judgo Lind
say this morning oh tho grounds of
Tho assumpsit caBO of T. II. Dayles
vs. Peter Whyto wna continued till to
morrow morning at 9 o'clock In Judgo
P. E. Strauch was appointed admin
istrator of the estate of Joas Corela
Quintal, dcccarcd. in tlio Circuit Couit
tills morning. Ills bond was phtct'd
Tho St. Louis Alumni has lcstied
handsome Imitations to all members
for a progrcsBlvo pedro party wlijch
will be held next Friday night In
Tho Uoaid of Supervisors will hold
a meeting this owning. Among tho
matters to coma up will bo that of the
tolcctlon of a wooden pavement foi
Hoalnul Lelaloha filed a petition In
tho Circuit Court today asking that
hnr divorced husband bo compelled to
glvo security for tho alimony of fifty
touts u day which he had been ordered
to pay her. Shu stated that Bho lie
lloved that ho was about to loavo fur
IlivttatlonH aro out for u house
warming of a now first clas3 Jnpancoc
luBtuuraiit on School stieet near tho
bridge. Tho name of' thu lestaurnnt
Is Azumn Restaurant and U run by
Messrs, llda and Shlungawa. Thu ru
ceptloti and thu dinner commences (it
j -to clock this nftoruoon.
i I). Telles, a Portugueso milk dealer,
! appeared in tiu Polico, Court charged
with Keeping rur sitio t'tiuitcr.iteu
milk. It Is .alleged that tho milk con
tained less than tho required ll.fi pel
cent of tjital ,hi)llds, namely.- p,!)3 ptr
cent, and tliat It contalnodf 1.28 lie.,;
cent of butterfat tustoad of 2.0 per
cent or 'more.
The now armored cruiser North
Cnmllna on Its third speed test beat
oil records for Its class, iivcraglns
1!.18 knots, Tho contract required
It' Is reported thnt Theodore P.
Shouts gnvo his daughter, Theodora,
JfiO.OQO as a wedding present, but
Kmvo nothing to her titled husband
tho Due do Chaulucs,
"lKl'd"eTr1ouble, It Inflamrr.itlon of the kidneys without albumen.
"nrlnht'a Dlesace" " " " " " with "
InVneh .he real lr.ml.le Is INP..A VMATION OP TMH lNIJW hnj"' "
cure rur unci must l- it cure fur Uie lhr Tluni ! Ih-iii n "ire fur either.
Hut ninny klJncy iroiiMeil -opl B't will. ..,.. ,,. ,..n
j-rui iHtww Inlliimiiiitlmi of llie kidneys unleM cu-re lammonlv B ts cl
nt On-t. Hut If II does not Jlel.l uirlj nnd the lnll.ir.iir.nU6n panlst... Ill- n-nl
wlifeh i l!i ren'f dtfltfulty tfllli1 Vlilney t
.. ....... .ii..i r......
you ran see wnv kiunej iii-biw iinn mn lln:" " " . .' ,,r,i i. ,.,;
l-.iv! ilsiil to ner nq.twr iliy up to the dlnrairry of Pillion s lien il tonipoun-l
there was nothing known that mild niluco Inll.iiimi.itlpii :t the fMney llwij'".
rtm olil JiMm-y imilfclnm wn-, iiilwoiiiiliilon. IrrituliiiK th.. Inl .in it. Khl
nJj lii rcm-weir ,WtU hlMiMif of 'nlrmlni! the tnlliiminillnn. UntiV- of lli-m Ji-InK
iictnnlly h.irrnitil. It-noli physh hnw have nlunil-nnl tli-irt. . ..,iHi,i-n
No mnilir whether oii call It "Uilney. trouble," "N.j.hrltl", nl MrWIilo
tilsliiw." If It hmi. u. ft hniitfna on u fnw, m.mths renin cry ran b- only M '-'J
for through .Hits, hpeclne It l.iih si proven i!(l;l.iiey ''''' mL i Ii,. lLi
..,, i. ia ,i. ,i.. ,i,i,r iitL,i ih.it fnntrnlfl lii t.inmuiUnrt in in- itnincys,
..itiiiN J reirox to, Oakland. oau
HONOLULU IHlUO OOiJ'orl (Unit, hit Our loenl ugints.
ly lhillitlti of Inte rcrovirlrn
il MVH i! !
Matter Will Come Before
Ono of the most Interesting mat-,
tors to como beforo the .Hoard of Su
pervision nt Itn meeting tonight will,,
bo In connection with tho paving of
Queen street In lis busiest blocks
along tho waterfront. Tho matter
.will bo brought up through n letter
from Koail Supervisor Sam Johnson,
accompanied by estimates nnd maps,
which will glvo nil tho particular of
the work. !
Tho suggestion thai nemo durable '
ravement should In , laid on Queen i
ttrent between Fort and Maitnakcu j
has been made ciy many times, but
will now como up, in solid foim. for
the first tlmo. There will bo varloiu
cellmates made for Iho work umlytho
cost will vary greatly with the kind
of material to bo used. Tho most ux-,
penslvo pavement, and, according to
tho local authorities very much tho
best, will bo wooden block's. Thin'
would not bo ohlu. lis has been Mig-
Rested, but northwestern plno npec-
lally prepared with creosote. Tho ap
proachvH to tho Matron wharf and tho
two Inter-Inland wliarvon would bo
bitumen. This would be nn expensive
pavement, and would cost In the neigh
hoi hood or J2r,,0()0.
For the pavement dccilbed aboo
there would be approximately 7000
kqtiaro yurils of woojen block pave
ment and 1700 squaru yards of bitu
men Tho wooden blocks would cover
a stretch of about 1230 feet on Queen
To pave tho samo pot lions of tho
Btreet with bitumen Would ami very
much less and probably not moio than
$15,000. bat In tho Jong mil It lo ite
lievod that tho wooden blocks wuul.1
bo much cheaper, ns It would last
longer nnd be much oahler to kcop lu
repair. It would also be much easier
tin tho Ttct of the horea, which is un
Item to ho considered.
It Is undorr-tood that tho memhrs
c.f tho Hoard of SupgrvUorli nro about
evenly dUldol In opinion as to whlc'.i
pau'inent Is best and thero may uo uu
interesting discussion over tho mat
ter.' All, however. It la undorbtoa.l,
bcllevo that It wquld be u good thuu
to pave Queen utreot.
In tho caso of T. M. Harrison vs.
William Savldgo, administrator nl
tho ei-tnto of Frank Lucwelko, de-
eau-d, J. W. Pratt and ' II. Fisher,
tho defendants withdrew their ap
peals to tho Supremo Court thU
THE HAWAIIAN ANNUAL as a
reference hand-book of statistical
and general information pertaining
tp these Islands, price (o cts.
BIRDS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISL
ANDS, a complete-list; price $1.00,
HAWAIIAN TOLK-TALES, an ad
mirable collection of Legendary stor
ies of "tho land we live in." Third
invoice jnst reseived. Finely illus
tinted, cloth, gilt top; price $1.75.
Thrum's Book Store
1063 FORT ST.
HALEIWA HOTEL is practically
proof against mosquitoes. The bed
rooms are thoroughly wired', and
comfort in sleeping is guaranteed.
St. Clair Bidgood,
FOR COMFORT AND, SMALL
' ' COST.
"AUT0 SERVICE, telephone
Automobile and Carriage
Painting a Specialty
2;Schuman Carriage Co.,
Axil for Ill-Month-'fa
In household expen
ses is practiced by
for light as well as
CooKing. it costs
tess than any other.
AJRE STILL OPEN
where on the. beach.
MISS POWER'S, Boston bldg.
Cigar for Particular People.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
THE OWL CIGAR
is deservedly the most popular of the
0-cent cigars throughout the States.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
l for Men and Women
Waif, Nichols Co., Limited
in the city.
rPH0NE 197. '
At PALM CAFE
Masonry ' Braying
NANIWA &. CO.,
Alnkca and Merchant Sts., Magoon
-Bldfc; P. 0. Box 775; Tel. 327.
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