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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, AUG. 26, 1911.
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Gcrr Street, a bo re Union Squat e
jolt opposite llottl St. Ftsncls
European Plan S1.C0 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
inj;s cost $200,000. High class
hotel at moderate rntcs. Omnibus
meets all trains nnd steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawaiian Island headquarters.
Cable address, "TraweU" A. U. C
Code. Reservations made through
Trent Tnrst Co., Fort Street,
A UUIET.-REFINED HOUSE OF
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Fnmciteo
Under the Management of
' JAMES WOODS
FACIM! the hc.ioilfnl park
It'tlin heart of the cltj,
which Is the theatre of
the p.Inclpnl units of
the fa mom festlTnl of 8a
IYhiicIsco, Hits hotel, lu en
vironment and ntraos'phere, ex
presses most plciiauntlr the
comfortable spirit of old Cal
ifornia. The rojnltj and nohllltj ei
the Old World and the Far
Fust nnd the men, of high
arlilcirmeat In America who
assemble here cnntrlbnto to the
rosniflpolltnn atmosphere of aa
Institution which represents
the hospitality and Individual
III of San Francisco to the
The building, vrltlrli , murks
the farthest advance ef science
In service, has con the largest
rapacity of any hotel structure
In the West, nnd upon comple
tion ef the I'osl street anaei
will ho the largest enravansery
In the world.
Willi,?. TIIK SERVICE IS UN
USUAL, HIE MICKS ABE
European Flan, from $2.00 Up
American Plan Hoortt with Hath and
IJonnl from 4.00 n Day
European Plan Hooin with Bath from
12.00 a Day
8peclal Monthly Rates
A high-class Kinnlly mid Tourist Hotel.
Half block from Columbia Theater,
nnd on the edgo of tlio Ketall Shop
ping District. Kvcry room with Irl
vale Hath. Positively Fireproof.
By authority CLA1)S A STRECKELS FURNISHED
NEW CHAPTERS IN SUGAR PROBE
i , a t m um "v r i T t I
OY rtU I nUKI I'l
fouled proposals will bo received liyl
I he I.O.HI l-'und Cotiinilssloii of tlin Clly
mill I'nunty of llonolillii up to 12
o'clock noon of September 28, 1911, for.
Wo constructing ot iweniy-six tnou-i
sand, three buiulrrd lllly-elBlit ntul
seven-tenths (26,158.7) lln. feet of qnn nf pjnnpnr Tpllc nf RHipr
highway, designated as Section Ono of a0n HOnCCr I CIIS 01 OlUCr
(tic onim Hcit itond, nnd extending! War WatjcfJ Against
fioni tlio north end of tlio Ilccln rlco Truer
.n(.l. ... !. ,I'..I..I...Ia l.d.t.... I.. tit... IllltJ.t
lll'llin IU IMTJ lltlldtK'lu a. t.n,.-, .
district of Koolnupoko, City mid Coun
ty of Honolulu.
l'ropoiulH shall ho on forms furnish
ed by tlio Commission.
In Hawaii. I bough-; tlio stock of 11
company owning n forty thousand
acre plantation for ten cents a share,
mill after Tour or five enrH wold It
for $10 11 share, some of It for fso."
Mil,...' ,..,,). ,lt.l tun ,-tnnn 1111 lit
Claim Augustus Sprcekrls, son of'..,. i.r
I (Hill v.lllll'tnh"
tlio old sugar king, added some Inter- -About $2,0iK',00o. TI1I1 was piirt
estlng chapters to the history of the of tho time when there was fico Made
present sugar Investigation while tho " sugar. Tlio Hawaiian planters
ISich bidder shall stale In hit pro-
poial: ' concessional coiiimltteo was taklnc. thought they might get a p.tit .of the
1. A spcclllc sum for which ho will testimony recently In Now York. bounty that was being paid on biigar,
. ruriii-ii mi lanor, 1001s, mm mnteriui, sprcckcls found an opportunity to mill iani was me ic ""jj ui
lexeont as siicclllod to be furnished by present his side of Ihn rnntrnvorsv. thicw tho kingdom and became n
W. E. Zander, Manager
Iloorvntlnii-i lunde through
RAVEN & JACOBSON
174 King Street Honolulu tho City mid County ot Honolulu, ncc- mid ho presented It so forcefully nnd Hart of this country. There Is at-
yr cssnry to romplcto tho work In nceord- plrtiirpnnoly that ho was clcn col- ways Iroublo where thcro Is sugar.
uncc with tho plant and tpccincnllnns. umns In tho New York papers. They, Trust Control of Hawaii.
2. The time within which bo will "featured" particularly bis story of Ho spoko or the Hawaiian Factors,
ngroo to complete the work, ' 'the light with tho trust, mid bis deal-' mi orgaulinllon that markets all tho
Proposals shall be in 11 scaled en- lugs In llnwnlliiu Commercial and sugar raised 011 that Island nml pre-
velopo, addressed to T. II. Tetrle, Sec- Sugar Company read like romance. vent tho cutting of prices by tho
retnry of the Irfian Kit ml Commission, Itrlef accounts of Bomo of tho things ' planters. It Is so coinpnct an organl-
Clty nnd County of Honolulu, nnd Sprcckcls told bale ul ready uppeared znllon that he said ho had never
plainly marked on the outside, "lro- locally. Tho following account of tho 1 been able to buy sugar from It, nl
pornil for the Construction of Section hearing gives many details that have, though ho had offered more for It
O110, Oahu Holt Ttond." not been given much circulation hero:
All prnposnls shall be accompanied by By tho tlmo Clans Augustus Spreck
n ccrtlllcd chock as provided for In tho els, son of tho pioneer beet sugar man
specifications for 11 sum ci.ual to tlvo of California, finished his testimony
Ikt cent. () of tho amount of pro-j before tho House connnltteo that Is
pnnl. I looking Into sugar matters here, he
fho Commission reserves the right to, convinced tho Congressmen of his be
rojoct any or all bids and to waive any', lief In threo things. Ono was that a
defects. combination of sugar Interests exists
ORDINANCE NO. 29.
piioviDiNti roil Tin: imiotkction
Of Cl.llTAIN fOOl) AND KOOD
STliri'S rilOM DUST, DIIIT,
CONTACT OP. AND CONTAMI
NATION HY Vl.lV.H AND OTIII.lt
INSI.CTH, AND KltO.M PltOMIS
III! IT UHDAINHD IIV Till: I'lIOl'l.i:
Or' Till! I'lTY AND COUNTY OP
iimicp. and any person who shall !o
lnti' iiny of tho provisions of this Ordl;
nance. bIiiiII be ilt-cineil guilty of u
liiNdcuuutmr, mid upon convlctloiu
thereof shall ! punlslicil by 11 linn
I11H i-Xf ecdinr Olio Hundred Dollars
till") 00) or by Imprisonment for jn
term not xeooillim ninety days, or
both such lino mid linprlrouinonl.
MIXTION 10 This ordinance shnlt
take effort thirty ilas from nnd nftcr.
the ilntn of lis niproval.
Introduced by 3
W.M II MeCl.m.LAN, .
Dated this till ilay of August, A. i.
ID1I. , jn-
Pioneen and Leaden in
the Automobile Bniineit
Agents for suchi well-known eare
aa Packard. Pope-Hartford, 8teveni
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomaa Flyer,
Uulck, Overland, Dakar Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
ltOOMY SIIITHM AND
AIM'KAIj TO TOtlltlSTS
WHO I.IKi: PI.HNTY OK
Allt AND I'linr.DOM
KllOM CITY HNVIUON
MHNTS. Till: 11ATUS
AUK NOT II 10 II.,
..For th. DE8T RENT CARS In the
city, ring up
OLOSMOBLE, No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAULET, No. 5M
C. H. BEHN
Plans. Specifications mid Forma can! In this country, nnotlicr wiih that bo
lie bad on application to the KiikIooot! had passed though a great many In
of the Commission, Ilooin 10 Mclntjro tercstlng experiences In lighting that
Hulldlng. A deposit of Ten Dollars combination, and the third was Ills
(10()0) will bo required on each set conviction that if tariff were remoed
than any ono else would pay. Ho said
ho believed there was a connection
between that organization and tho
trust. Mr. Sprockets said after ho
sold his plantation ho went to I5u
uipo and came back In 1902 nnd
started tho Federal Sugar Ilcfintng
"Why dldvyou start this company,
nnd why did you want to get back In
the sugar business?" asked Mr. Hatd-
of plans nnd tpcrlllcnttnn.
Chairman, I.01111 Fund Commission,1
City mid County of Honolulu.
"Well." replied Mr. Sprcckcls, as
bo stralchleucd hack his bioad shoul-
from sugar It would mean something ' ,cln ,,i not know but what I was
llku tir.0,000,000 a year tu tho pockets c.ttlmr rusty nnd wanted to got hack
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Scaled proposals will be received by
tlio City mid County Clerk up to Sep
tember ID, 1911, lit 7:30 o'clock p. m.,
for resurfacing 22'JS siiuaro yards of,
Queen street between Fort mid Ala
ken streets with 11 two-Inch (2") wear
Dach bidder shall stutn 111 Ills pru-
1. Tho maUrlnl which ho, proposes
to use In tho construction of tlio wonr
Iiik' surface nnd tho poclllcatlons un
der which ho agrees to lay tho same.
Tho price per square yard of such
w curing surface, which -price shall bo
understood to Include tho reinowil of
tho present wearing surface.
3. Tho price per cubic yard for such
concrete as may bo necessary
4. Tho time within which ho will
complcto tlio work.
1'roposiilH kIuiII bo In a sealed en
elope addressed to tho City "and
County Cleik of tho City nnd County
iih sum: von oi:t in onk
.. avi:i:k at
niiPQiii: Tin: shaso.v hnds,
HUT OUT YOlllt IIUOMU IN
Rooms .and Beard
W. C. Bergin, Prop.
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
Ui. a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and sava Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
COTTON CREPE SHIRTS, KIMON08
1248 FORT ST., ABOVE BERETANIA
of tho country's consumers,
Ua nnd tho Into .lobn W. Mnckay,
whoso Intercuts nro now held by Clar
ence W. Mackny, started tho Federal
Sugar Hennery at Yonkers in 192 as
un Independent rcllncry to compete
with the trust. Some persons dellled
the sugnr in tho barrels, and he gave
evidence which pointed to trust sym
pathizers as responsible for the attack
In that kind of warfare to tho kind
ho had to meet when be was conduct
ing an Independent reflhery In I'blla-
Itesult of Hemming Duly.
Two cents u pound reduction to the
consumer und n saving of $150,000,000
n year, Mr. Sprcckcls llgurcd, would
result from removing tho duty on
sugar. Tho fruit preserving Industry
would also be, built up, instead of
sending dried California fruits to Kng
bind to be flwectoned and then rc-
shlpiiod-to Anmrlca. Tho tiiocolnte.
condensed milk nnd many other In
dustricH would bo fostered, ho de
clared. An Immense Increase In the
consumption of sugar, he predicted,
would follow' ramoval of tho duty.
of Honolulu, mid plainly marked on thoTll0 JCCt HKlir industry, ho declared,
outside, "Proposals for Resurfacing,, vmll.i ,rogllcr without protection, tho
All proposals shall lie accompanied
by n cortllloil check uh provided for In
tho speollleutlons for n sum equal to
live per cent.. (5) of tho nniniint of
Tho llonril of Supervisors of tho City
and County of Honolulu reserves tho
right to icjocl any or all bids and to
walio all defects.
Plans mid scclilrntlons can bo had
on application to tho City and County
D. KAI.AUOKAr.ANI Jfl .
City nnd Cqimty Clerk.
60IE Aug. 2C, 28, 2, 30, 31.
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
FINE LINS OF DBY Q00D9
WAH YING GHONG
King Street, Ewa Fithmarket
' , CIGAB HOW
. Av OTNST CO
NEW DRUGSTORE t
Well Stocked with New Drugs and
BODA WATKR FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
43 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
I Cure Contl
Makes hew, Klch
Stomach and Liver
Cures the Kidneys.
Wing Chong Co.
nun it., sua. Bixmti
f Dealer in Furniture, Mattreitet,
tc, ete. All kind of X0A and Mil
HON FURNITUEE mad to order.
4 FINEST FIT
And Cloth of Al Quality Cu
' SANG CH AN.
MC CANDIES3 JeLDO,
F. 0. Box 961 telephone 1731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL O00D3
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 Nuuanu. near King Street
Fine line of
At the New Hardware Star
CITY HARDWARE CO.
King and Nuuanu Street
comet" the matter ot developing
the film and printing.
We have the best facilities In
the city for doing this work.
We will get the most out of
Photo Supply Co.,
In InislncKK. Aanoclntcil with mo waa
Mr. John V. Mnckay, wIioko Inter
est la now held by hltt on, Mr. Clar
enco II. Macay. Wo IhhiioiI $3.!nn,nno
invfcrri'il stock, and most of tho lV
Con.noo common atnclc cju aa bonun
with the preferred. Wo hnvo paid
six per cent dlvldcnda on tho pre
ferred atnek, which represented cash,
nnd the rc?t or the money has Rono
back Into the business."
"When jou went Into the business
In 1302 did jou meet with any obsta
cles from tho American Sugar Ilelln
'Tho conictltlon was .very oeri
and wo had lot of trouble, but I can
not say the trust was responsible
for It." i
Trouble, What kind df trouble?
Cutting prices?" asked Mr. Ilardwlck
"More than that. It was much Ihn
uuiiio klndtnatwo bad at the Phila
delphia plant. Machinery was con
stantly breaking by things bolus
thrown In It."
Annoyed by Stealth.
"Dlil these things happen after you
became n partner of the llacniecra
In tho Philadelphia plant?"
"And did vim have the same nnnnv'
nnces alter jou started tho Federal
"Not ulwnys the snnio, mil some
one would siphon the HURnr liquors
from a Nat, to a toilet, so It would
run In tlio bower. I loud rals were
helm; found In the bnrrolled simar
Thero wcio so many complaints that
I went tu tha iclliiciy at mldnlKht
and had uvcry barrel that was icady
for shipment opened. In every ono
there was such a quantity of icfuse
as to practically sixill tlio sugar."
"What was thu motlvo back of
this?" I f ,
"Well, I discharged tho men, and
when they wanted their pay I told
them lo go In tho men who emplo)cd
them. A lawjer cauio to sco mo one
tlmo about collecting their wages and
I told him I would welcome a ,sult
and would like to hnvo tho whole
thing threshed out In iqien court. Tho
suit was never brought and the men
wore never paid. I heard tho knmo
men went to work at tho Ilncnicycr
& Elder plaut."
"Do you ho any of that Iroublo
"No; wo hao perfected our or
ganization and always maintain u
HHlTlclent guard to prevent trouble."
Effect of Lower Duty.
Mr, Sprcckcls said ho hnd been un
nlilo to buy sugar from tho Uiulslana
planters, and told how In tho panic
of 11)07 he sent a ship there wilh
tho hard cash and was uuiible In get
mora than a third of a cargo, tho
planters fearing a wratli of tlio trust.
HI2CTION 1. It shall bo unlawful to
cxpo.'o for sale, or to sell from any
rtoik-lii'lriidc, within the City ami
County of Honolulu, Tcriltory of Ha
waii, any fond or rooditurfs, for human
consumption, of the niiiiiei, and de
scriptions hereinafter mentioned, un
less such food or foodstuffs shall ho
proteited from dust, dirt iilid-rionuon-tucl
of nml toiitiiiiiluatloii hy dies and
other Insects and from promiscuous
handling and other conlumluiitlmi, In
the manner or manners herein pre
scribed. BKCTION 2. The food or foodstuffs
which shall bo protected as herein
prescribed shall comprise tho following
generally and ipeclllcnlly named and
described nrtlcles, to. wit:
(a) All dried fruits and cgc
tables, nil fruits and vegetables which
nro not sold whole, and nil com
pounds, cm-ciiccs, extracts and sub
stances derived In part or In whole
from fruits, vegetables, nuts and
roots, or from one or more of such
(b) All of tho fruits, egctnblcs
and products of land or sen called
and known by tho tinmen and de
scriptions here following. '-: Ap
ples, apricots, berries of all kinds.
icliry. flurries, dates, llgs, grapes,
manKoes, nhln (mountain applo)
pe.iihcs, pe.irs. plums, toumtoes, iindj
other plants sold for food which no
not hnxo their surfaces rcmovid be
KIX'TION' 3. All such food or food- S
stuffs shall bo protected from dust, dlft
nnd comae l or, mm conuiiiuimiiuii i
Mies and otlnr Insects and from pro-j
mlscuous handling and other contami
nation, by means of a glass covering"
or by wire nit screens of n incsh not
less than fourteen lres to tho Inch, as
may bo sulllclent to Insure such protection.
Any such wire tut screen may bo of
any form suitable for Us purpose, but
It shall be fastened to " rigid framo
Apptnwd this i'ltb day of 'August, j
A. I). 1911.
S0H Aug 25, iC, IS.
ROSA & CO.
wod uiu i
Bottled In Bond
JULES PERCHARDS & FILS'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES?
We Deliver to Any Part of the Cityl
ROSA & CO.;;
AIW end Queen Street
101 lAIC AT ALI XAM
1 acific 3
KINO AND NUUANU STREET!
You'll ind they're all good tal
IN COPLEY PRINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAWN8 CO.
1050 Nuuanu Street
THE FAMOU8 CHICAGO MAKE
kiiksii absoiit.mi:nt JL'HT
Hotel Streot Near Union
This Is expansion week witli tho
Hoard of Health ofllcers. They have
been enlarged and more fully equipped-
to meet the demands of public
health and sanitation.
-BULLETIN ADB PAY-
product being niado for less than Is
paid for tho raw material III cano.
Ho told how tho trust had sued for
peace In the tight with hla fntber,
und how, after his father hail taken
three of tho truBt directors In part
nership with him' in the Philadelphia
plant, valued at XC.000,000, they sold
It to the trust for $10,000,000.
Within tlio Inst two years, Mr.
Sprcekols chaigcd, John Arbttcklo,
supposed rival of the trust, had urged
him to restrict production ,ln order to
obtain hlclier prices, and ho hud ro
fused. Ho asserted that Mr. Arhucklo
bad reduced his own production bo
eiuiso of n conference with Mr. Hnvo-
mover, whoie. Mr. Arhucklo told him
ilmv hml "hurled tho hatchet." Tho
commlttco expects to hear Mr. Ar
bucklu on Monday.
f'riiMM.Kxiimliil-4 hi Krnulillcmis.
No more Interesting story of tho
money inudo In augar has been told
than the ono of Mr. Sprcckcla' suc
cess us' a plantor In Hawaii. He
bought tho stock of a plantation com
pany for ten cents on the dollar and
In four ciirB sold It for $40 n shnro
and for part of It received $80, mak
ing a profit of moro than $2,000,000.
Ho defended his view favoring tho
abolition of the tariff on sugar ugalnst
us hard ft cross-examination as tho
llepubllcan membors of tho cominittco
could give him.
Mr. Snrcckols Is n forceful man,
who looked and talked as If ho were
enjoying tho light ngulnst tho trust
For six hours yesterday he waa on
tho stand and answered tlio questions
In a decisive way, hesitating about
nothing, and promising to glvo the
,.,.,,,mittnn iifiv. Information he would
have to obtain. Ho niimtltcii wfiuium.
tho slightest, hesitation that of the
inininnnn nnllnt of the Federal Coliu-
n.in'v $S.000.ttfl0 wub wnter when It
Hturtcd. and his entire tostlmony was
In sharp contrast with unit, given
somo of tho others who have testllled.
Ho Is a tall, hroad-sliouldoicd man,
with gray hair and mustache, who
was always at casu In tho witness
chair. Tho members of tho commltteo
often asked his oplnlo.i on matters
nf which ho had no personal knowl
hilnii ii nil referred to him ns one of
tho captains Of industry who could si
eullghtun them on mooted questions, iSiw
"After tho trust hcrniuo InUicstcd g.i
In tho plant thoro was tumble f'1'5jn;B
iw." will Mr. Sprcckcls "M r Sea ': Sag
alwas wauled mo to cuilall tlio pin
iluctlon mid to let him II x tho price
and complained to mj rather. Tlmt
led In friction wllli my rather, nnd
"Wlien did Mn ie-enler Iho sugar ;if ,J,rV":,.JVi'"V.,V.r.l IVJu""' f LVcV I "" lns-i tor or other oillcer from,
business?" uou'l,i)i,niiimUi.itasuiM,i:u.Jnii '"isi- performliig any duty Impoxed upon
"About two eat later us u planter (ERD.T. HOPKINS, Ptop , 37 CreatJene Street, Hw Tmk blm by tho provisions ot this Ordl-
A Skin uf Beauty is a Joy Forever
DR. T. FELIX COURAUP'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
Itctnorti Tin. riuipU
rrfrxira, Mmrt I'aicn
lUili. ftntl Mln pi.rk'r,
on tkulr, ml '
8,t d.iKlknn, II
btotoiHl t tril
f If trtr. lot
U lo hannlrM
li troirr1r mxlf
I, II of (llllUll
rin, Pr. h, A
Sim t4l4 to a
IftdV of ILf likUt
Inn (ft tftli,Mlt
"A T' ll'l
win ue thrOJ.
work and when In place must linvn at
least thren (3) Inches of cleur space
lwlween tho net or Uh framework, ut
any part, and tho exposed surface or
surfaces of the food or foodstuffs which
It protects. All such glass covering!.
ami wlro nit screens must tie so con
structed and placed as to properly and
sulliclently protect all food or food
stuffs herein mentioned front dust und
dirt contact of und contamination by
tiles und other Ini-ecta and from pro
miscuous bundling nnd other contam
ination; and shall always bo subject
to the Inspection of the City and Coun
ty 1'hyslcl.in nnd of any duly author
ised food or sanitary Inspector, or po
llco olllccr of the City and County of
MICTION I. This Ordliiunro shall
not apply to food or foodstuff kept or
exposed for sale In unbroken original
packages unless thn surfaces of their
contents, when of tho descriptions
hirclnbeforo specified, nro exposed to
tint outer air; nor to any nrllelei ot
food kept in covered or sealed con
taluers, whether to bo sold In such con
tainers or not, providing said articles
aro never exposed to tho outer air ex
cepting while being handled lu duo
course of business; nor to any food or
foodstuffs kept In refrlgerntors, meat
safes, or compartments protecting tho.
sumo rrnin mist, nun uiri, coimici m
and contamination by llles and other
Insects and from promiscuous handling
and other contamination.
SECTION 5. No food or foodstuffs
lirrelnlH-forc mentioned Bhall bo ex
posed for sillo or displayed unless tho
bottom of tlio box or other receptacle,
containing such article. Is raised at
least two (2) feet above level of tho
Hour or sidewalk.
BKCTION C. No person arfllctcd
with any Infictlous or contagious dls-
caso shall engage, or bo cipploycd. tin
exposing for salo or selling any ot tio
food or foodstuffs hereinbefore men
tioned, when such engagement requires
or oermits tho hamllliiK ot the same, i
SUCTION 7. Tho provisions of this
Ordinance shall npply to all markets.
market stalls, stores, stands, cafes, res
taurants, nnd other plates, whether li
censed or unllecnkcd, nt which food,
foodstuffs, confections or provisions for
human coiiMiniptlou nro kept for sale,
nnd to nil llrctisid or unlicensed vehi
cles froiri which liny fond, foodstuffs,"
article of illit or confection is sold or
olTertd for sale.
MICTION 8 It shall bo thn duty of
the City und County Physician, tho food
nnd sanitary Inspectors and tho pollen
olllccr of the City and County of Ho
nolulu to enforce thn provisions of this
Drilln.ince, and for such purpose nil of
tho said cillli litis and olllcers shall, at
all reasonable hours, have ucciss to any
market, market stall, store, Bland, i'ife,
lestaiirnnt, or other place herein men
tioned, for the purpose of Inspection
MICTION Any person who shnll,
pioh'st, lihnlir or Ip nny manner pre-
"It's the Fashion
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davies, Proj.
will always choose varnishes f
mde by.STANDARD VARNISH;'
.A, perfect finish for floors, cab-' '
Lewers & Cooke,
177 8. KINO 8TREET
Horses, Mules and
' Brood Mares
The BICYCLE DEALEK and U
PAIRER, bai moved to
180 KINO STKXXT
New location Red front, near
7ounfr BuildltiR, Telrphone 8518.
Pau Ka Hana
MOVES THE EARTH