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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. !., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1900. k " Lines of Oceanic Steamship Company TIME TABLE. The Fine Passenger Steamers of This Lino Will Arrive at and Leave This Fort as Hereunder. From San Francisco: For San mmiioisco. MOAN A... Ocl.lt AUSTRALIA Oct. 11 SIERRA ,. Ocl.ll AUSTRALIA (.. Nov. i In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents lie prepared to issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through Hokets by any railroad from San Francisco, ' to all points in the United States, and from New York by any steamship line to all uropean ports. For further particulars apply to Wm. fl. Irwin & Co., Limited General Agents Oceanic 3. S. Co. Pacific Mail Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. $ Toyo Kiscn Kaisha .... Sraaaar. of la. abort corapaaiaa will call l Hoaolula aad latvo til. port oa or atoot tea ....(.taaftalowraiatloaati.... For lapan and China: Nippon Maru i Stot. to RlodtJanalro Oct. o Coptic Oct. l America Maru Oct.tr Poking .', , Nov. 1 Gatllc !.. -Nov. 10 HongkongMaru Nov.to For caatral tarorraalon apply to H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents. Canadian - Australian Royal Hail Steamship Company. .... t Mi tiAa tlaa tnaalai. la rAaaattlaa with ra CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. otwaao Vasco'jvtr, B. C. and Sydaay. N. S. W., aad an DUE AT HONOLULU oo or about tea S0M VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C, For Brlttaaa aid Sydaayi 1 Warrlmoo Stpt to I Mlowtra Oct. tr I Aorangl Nov.tr , I Warrlmoo Dae. it wTTlrougS tlckata Itsosd frora Honolulu lo Canada. Ualtad SUtaa and Eoropa. For Fralgit aad FaHara aid ill gtnttal lalomallon, apply to Theo. H.DaviC8&Co.,Ltda, GciVl Agents. American-Hawaiian S. 8. Co. Direct Service between NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. S. 8. AMERICAN " will leave New York for San Francisco, Portland anJ the Sound en route to Honolulu on October loth, due at San Francisco about Dec ember nth, at the Sound about Decembe- 21st. Will tecelve freight at Tacoma and Seattle for Honolulu at lowest rates. ft. m. HAWAIIAN ' s exrxcteJ to leave New York on December loth and will perform the same voyage as above. 4id Street, South Brooklyn, at all times. For further particulars apply to H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., Agents. Honolulu I Wilier SteamshiD Co., Ltd. 8. 8. Klnau, FREEMAN, Master. MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII. Will sail from Honolulu on (Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau Btkakal, Lahalna, Maalaea Day, Klhel, Eaakena, Kawalhae, Mahukona, Lau anoehoe and Hllo. Returning will sail from Hllo on Frldajs nt 10 a. m.. for nbovo named sorts, arriving In Honolulu ou Satur days. Passengers and freight will be taken lor Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhao, Hl lo, Hakalau, Honomu, Papaikou and Pepeckeo. Passengers and PACKAGES ONLY wilt be taken tor Kaunakakal, Lnhalna, Maalaea Bay, Klhel and Laupahoehoe 8. Sa Claudine, MCDONALD, Master. MAUI, win itavn Honolulu every Tuesday at S P. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka- kulul, Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa ana Kl pahulu, Maul. Returning, touches at above named ports, arriving in Hono lulu Bunday mornings. Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, once each Month. 6a Sa Lehua, BENNETT, Master. JfOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI. Balls every Monday for Kaunakakal, Kamalo, Maunale), Kalaupapa, Lahal ru, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings. This company reserves the right to lake changes In the time of departure and arrival of its steamers WITHOUT NOTICE, and it will not be responsible Cor any consequences arising there from. Consignees must be at the landing la receive their freight This com any will not hold itself responsible for freight after It has been landed. Live stock received only at owner's risk. This company will not be responsible lor money or valuables of passengers alets placed In the care of the pur Passengers are requested to purchase tickets before embarking. Those fall log to do so will be subject to an ad ltlonal charge of twenty-five per cent. The company will not he liable for lou of. nor injury to. nor delay In de livery of baggage or personal effects of passengers, or freight of shippers, be yond tbe amount of (100, unless the value of the samo be declared when to celved by the Company, aad an extra charge be mado therefor. All employes of the company are for hidden to receive freight without de livering a shipment receipt therefor in the form prescribed by the Company, and which may be seen by shippers pon application to the pursers of the Company's steamers. Bblppers are notified that It freight Is shipped without such receplt It will ke solely at the rUk of the shipper. 0. L. WIQHT. President. B. B. ROSE, Secretary. CAPT. T. K. CLARKE. Port Supt urios ! WOMAN'S EXOANQE in llo'tl Strttt. II. I. Kapa, Calabaihci Ltli. Nallva Mais, Hula Skirt, f Nllhau Mala. I"ant, Shilli, Sd, fctc , Horntmadt I Pol, constantly on hand. TELEPHONE 6j, I Traiel. AUSTRALIA Oct. ALAMEDA Oct.lt AUSTRALIA Oct. Jo Steamship Go. For San Francisco: Amtrlra Maru..... Oct. Piking Oct. o Gatllc Oct. it Hongkong Maru Oct. 17 Chnit Nov. I Doric Nov. i Nippon Maru Nov. ao calling at Victoria. B. C, Hoaolola aad Brl.baaa data balow ttattd vlr I FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE Fat Victoria aal Vaeeoavaf (B. Cl: Aorangl w a, Warrlmoo Nov. al Mlowtra Dac.tt Freight received at Company's wharf, THREE TRAINS DAILY From San Francl ft. TWO TRAINS DAILY From Portland . . , via Tfov Leave San Francisco: 8:00 A. M., 10.00 . M., 6:00 P .M. Leave Portland: 0:1c, A. M Through without Chance. 9:00 1'. M. Only THREE DAYS to Chicago. Only FOUR DAYS to New York. : Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet, Smoking and Library Cars with Birber Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte) Free Reclining Chairs. Pullman Ordinary Sleepers. J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent, 135 Third street, Portland, Oregon. D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent, No. t Montgomery St., San Francisco. E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A., 1 47 Omaha. Nebraska. O. R. & L. Go. TIME TABLE. From and After January 1, ISIB THAINB. STATIONS. Dally Dally (Outward) ai. Sua. L.ally at. Sua. Dally Daily Am. AM. AM. Honolala ..... r.ra g.11 11.03 Paarl City... So gal 11:4a BwaMIII I.jj 10 oJ taoo AM. P.M r.m MS 147 4.0S 4 4S 140 'IS 3.10 3' duo w.ianat...., Walalua Kabubu STATIONS. Iliwatd) 10-39 .... 11:11 .... ja.lt Dally . ax Sua, Dally Dally Dall. P.M. P.M .... lad .... a so .... I3S ls a sa ISO 4. AM. Sasaki Walalua Walaaaa BwaMIII Feal I City .... oaoluta a m. JUS fire ;:4S ; 01 sis P. t ISO j.i, o.u nf a 03 tar Ticket F. C. Smith, Gen Agent. O. V. T)rtiwm. Hnrwrlntrndnl P O. Box rjt Itland CorrasponJtnci Si liclted. FINKE & ASBAHPc, FLORISTS Cut and Growing Plants, Sprays, Bou quets. Decorators for Weddings and Recep tions. Floral Designs for Funerals a Specialty. FORT STREET Next to Williams' Undertaking Parlors. ifi-tf Mrs. Annis Montague Turner, WINTER SEASON. Vocal Studio, " Mlijnon " 7io Beretanla street; Tel. 11 14. lfa7-tf E. K. KAAI, Teacher of' ..tar, Mandolin, Zltbst Ukulele and Taro Patch. Orders to l left care of Wall, Nichols Oo. r V'utroniMiuioOo.'s 1S6I SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE Additional, andvha lattrl Shipping Niwl. will b, found on tht tlghtrt paga TIDES. tfW DAY. 8HS 3d id sr la m III p. CI, p m a m to ao II 00 Monday.. j. Tutsiay .... 4 09 I J I !' 9 36 10 to 13 , 4 41 I t ..... Wtdntlday j: S.l',17 ..II It IS p m Thursday . Friday.... Saturday.. Sunday ... Monday .. I JJ M S i8.tl.19 S 10 rr.jo. " IJ 1 lot 4.tl J tl 6 44 1 Mil 6 S ji 1 6 0 41 1.0 , .v. 4 J O.Jl to. to, t.j? First quarter of the Moon on Oct. 1st at 10:41 a. m. Tides from the United States Coast and Oeodetlc Survey Tables. The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur about an hour earlier than at Honolu lu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m slower than Greenwich time, being that of the mer .Ian of 1S7 30. The time whistle r .ws at 1:30 p. m., wblch is the ame as Qreenwlch Oh. Om. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. Steamers due and sailing for the re mainder of this and the whole of next month are as follows: ARRIVE Steamers From Due Nippon Maru S. r. Sept. 2') Warrlmoo Victoria ScpL 2'J Rio tie Janeiro S. V Oct. 9 Moana S. F Oct. 10 Coptic S. F. ,Oct. 17 America Maru S. F. Oct. 24 Australia S. F. Oct. 24 Mlowera Victoria Oct. 27 DEPART Steamers For Due Australia S. F. Oct. 2 America Maru S. F. Oct. 2 Peklng-S. F. Oct. ! Alameda S. V Oct. 12 Gaelic S. F. Oct. IS Aorangl Victoria Oct. 21 Hongkong Marti S. F. Oct. 27 Australia S. F. Oct SO VESSELS IN PORT. ARMY AND NAVY. U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Midway Island, Aug. C. MERCHANTMEN. (This list docs not Include coasters.) Andrew Welch, Am. bk., Drew, San Francisco, Aug. 14. C. Brewer & Co. Archer, Am. bkt, Calhoun, Saa Fran cisco, Aug. 28. Abble Palmer, Am. bk., Uhlberg, New castle, Sept. 18. Annie M. Campbell, Am. schr. Fried berg. Port Oamblc, Sept. 20. Lcweis & Cooke. Australia, O. S. S. Lawles. S.m Fran cisco, Sept. 2C. W. O. Irwin & Co. City of Hankow, Br. sp Thompson. Newcastle, July 27. W. Q. Irwin & Co. Dunreggan, Br. bk., Dixon, Londjii Aug. 9. Haw, Fert. Co. Euterpe, Am. sp., Saxe, Newcastle, Sept. 18, via Kahulul, Sept. 1C. (Went on reef at Ktilitilul nnd wns towed tu port by tug Fearless. (treat Admiral, Am. sp., Stirling, New castle, Sept. 17. W. G. Irwlu & Co. Halcjon, Am. schr., Chas. Mcllln, Eu reka, Mny 31. 1 Inducible, Am. sp., Mackenzie, New castle, Aug. 24. Coal to order. J. I). Brown, Am. sp., Knight, New castle, Aug. 14. Cual to order. J. M. Wcatlierwax, Am. schr. Sorensun, Port Blakeley, Aug. 31. Lewr i Cooke. KUmory, Br. sp Corrancc, Liverpool. Aug. 7. H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. Philadelphia, Gcr. sp., Wachter, Gtes tcrmunde, Germany, Aug 4. H. Hackrcld & Co., til. Sebastian Bach, Br. bk., Nagasaki, Feb ruary 17. Skagit, Am. bkt Robinson, Port Gam ble, Sept. 27. Wilder & Co. Walluco U. Flint, Am. bk., Johnson, San Frunclsco, Sept. 20. Alexander & Buldwln. VESSELS EXPECTED. Vessel. From. Mary Wlnklcmnn, Am. bkt. Gray's Harbor Helen llrower, Haw. sp Now York Challenger. Am. sp New York Henry Falling, Am. sp New York A. J. Fuller, Am. sp Nagasaki Haydcn Brown, Am. bk Newcastle John C. Potter, Am. sp Newcastle Stnr of Russia, Haw. sp Newcastle wachusctt, Am. sp Newcastle Emlpilc, Am. bk Newcastle Perseverance, Br. bp Newcastle King Cyrus, Am. schr. Newcastle Yosomite, Am. sp Newcastle Columbia. Am. schr. Newcastle Prlnco Albert, Nor. sp Neweutle Prince Victor, Nor. sp N,vci3tle Clan Macpherson, Br. sp..... 'Newcastle Anccnls, Br. sp Newcastle Fantnsl, Nor. bk Newcastle Invincible, Am. sp Newcastle Stjurn, Nor. bk ,, NrtwcastTr Wrestler, Am. bkt Newcastle Drumburtoii, Br. sp Newcastle Fresno. Am. bk Ncvcastit Alex. McNeil, Am, bk. ....... Newcastle Golden Shore, Am. sp Newcastle Dominion, Br. bk Newcastle James Nesmtth, Am. sp Nivtl Marlon Llghtbody, Br. sp. NcwesEtle, Eng Quickstep, Am. bk Tacoma Cnrnedd Llewellyn, Br. sp. .. Hamburg Ventura, Br. sp Ant wot p Yola, Br. sp London Subscribers to ibe BUL LETIN mil receiving tiwr pa pers promptly jcill confer a favor by notifying tbe busi ness C'fice, Telephone itf. ' ' ! 1 III HQXO J.V iKUBIlKIU 01 Nvoniiruuni .hkiah aq .una anx si j.i rrimoNOH ni xniio AON UUV BTIOU N0IJ.V1I.LSIDHU Ml 1 MARK HANNA COMPARES PRINCIPLE WITH CIIINCANERY Attitude of Bryan and Hoar on the Philippine Question-Republicans Ready to Meet Him on Any Issue Proposed. Chicago, Sept. IS. Senator Hanna at noon today made an address to several thousand down-town business men and their employes at the rooms of the Commercial McKlnley Club. He said In part: "You will find my text In the letter of acceptance of the great apostle of free sller William J. Bryan. It Is his last card, und he begins his inter esting appeal to the people of the United States by telling nhnt he knows about trusts. At the Kansas City con vention there developed a wide dlrte" ence of opinion In the Democratic par ty as to what they should do or ought to do, and various pilgrims to Lincoln found Mr. Bryan very uneasy, as well he might have been, since the narrow edge of one vote In the convention meant the ea Ing of his pet hobby, free sliver. But how has It been since tint contention? In all his speeches during his campaign he has made only the barest references to free silver. But he took up another Issue, one which he labored In Washington to manufac ture. He gnve positive orders to ccr tain members of Congress to ratify the treaty for no other purpose that he might have an Imaginary chance lo attack the Administration. "I wish I could have together on this platform William J. Ilrjnn nnd Sena tor George F. Hoar, that each mli?iit tell his reasons for opposing exp.n slon or 'Imperialism.' Senator Hoar would convince you that ho opposes It from conscientious motives, but Is on nil other points a unit with the part; from which he differed In that one re spect, nnd that ho Is n supporter of William McKlnley. With these two together I would tear the m.nk off th( face of that hypoyrlte William J. Bry an. (Cheers and hisses.) "One stands on the firm foundation of his convictions of right, and the oth er on the flimsy foundation of hypoc risy. Mr. Bryan has been afraid lo push the silver Issun, because he wants to carry New 0Tk and some otlur Eastern States. He tried Imperialism nnd made from five to fifty speeches u day, his audiences growing less nud less every tiny. It Is his trump iiid last card, and we will hold him down to that Issue and on every side of It." Guarding Lord 8illnlury. London, Sept. 18. There was on un usual gathering of tinlforme 1 police mid Scotland Ynrd ilettHtUes at tt:i:;"- Cross railroad station this msoriilng. awaiting the arrival of Lord SalUbury from his country sent. It Is t.tld that since the premier's return to IIitfleM. lie has recited nti unom moils letter of n character which has led lo Inevasid lgllance. SEATTLE BEER. The ever popular Rainier beer Is be coming a household word and "will you have a glass of Seattle," Is mors often heard than anything else. The Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or In bottles. BY AUTHORITY. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a Writ of Execution Issued out of the District Court (SeconJ) of Hon olulu, IsbnJof Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, on the 5th day of September, A. D. 1000, against Quong Fook Tal, defenJant, In favor of Emma M. Nakulna, plaintiff, for the sum of Twenty-four and i)5-ioo Dollars, I hate ItvleJ upon and skill expose for stle at the Station Houe, Knlakaua Hale, In the dis trict of Honolulu, Uland of Oahu, at 12 o'clock noon of Saturday, the i)tli day of October, A. D. 100, to the highest bidder, all the right, title and interest of said Quong Fook Tal, defendant, In and to the following described property, unless said Judgment, Interest, costs and my CApenses be previously paid: One Unhnlshed W.igon consisting of Body and Running Gear. CHARLES CHII.LINGWORTH, . Deputy Sheriff Territory of HawalJ. Honolulu, Oahu, Sept. 11, loco. iCn-st STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR SIDEWALK CURB AND PAVE MENT FOR THE CITY OF HONO LULU. On and nfter this date all sidewalks und cuiblngs constructed within tl.u limits specified below, shall conform to the following specifications. In accord ante with Stjctlon 371, Civil Laws, 1807. CURB. The sidewalk curb shall be of good quality lava rock In blocks not lens than 20 Inches loug, six Inches thick at the top edge and sulllclvntly wldo to bo held firmly In placo by tlw street pat lug; to bo hammer drcsnd ou the outside fur n width of not lesi than ten Inches mid on top edge which must show ,1 imlfomi width of sl Inches. Blocks to be well bedded, laid truo to lino and grade and the joints between the blocks filled with cement grout. At street corners curb to be car ried around on a cuivo the radius of which is not less than width of sidewalk. PAVEMENT To be artificial stone flagging composed of cement concrete, constructed In alternate stabs In place. It shall consist of two parts; I irst a base course 3g Inches thick, second, a finishing or wearing course ?i lnc.n thick. BASE COURSE The base course shall be composed of three parts crushed Muo lava rock known ns No. 2, no pleco of which shall bo larger than will go through a two-Inch ring; two parts of crushed blue rock known as No. 3, leaving out all which will pats through a screen of mesh to the Inch; two parts of clean screened beach or other good sand; one part of cement. Sand and cement to be thoroughly mix ed before being wet and then with only enough water to mnko a stiff mortar. Wet broken stone before putting on mortar. Mortar to bo spread evenly otcr stone and the mass turned In the box till thoroughly mixed. Tho con crete shall bo property deposl:id In placcwlthout being scattered and ram med until the mortar flushes to the surface, using care to compact the outer edges, riNISHINO COURSE Tho finishing course of cement mortar shall he In n J place less than Inch thick nnd shall be composed of one part cement and one part of tho fine screenings frora the No. 3 rock and two pounds lamn black to each barrel of cement. It must be spread on the base cours and floated, while tho latter Is still soft, and adhesive, nfter which the surfaco will be smoothed and compacted by thor oughly nnd skillfully troweling before the cement Is too hard for such finish ing. Tho work must bo kept moist and protected from tho direct rays of the sun for nt least three days by cover ing with two Inches of sand . PREPARING SUB ORADE. The space to be occupied by the walk shall be properly graded to a depth of iV. Inches below top of finished walk. Any soft, looso or unsuitable material found In the sub-grade shall bo re moved and the space filled with fine broken stone, or cinders, after which the whole surface shall be thoroughly compacted by ramming or rolling an! finished to required grade and crosj section. ORADE Unless otherwise especially provided for, the finished surface shall bo a truo piano rising from the curl) grade at the curb line nt tho rate of one-fourth Inch C.i Inch) to one foot (1 foot) to the property line. PORTLAND CEMENT Cemcntmust be of a well known or standard brand, In good condition nnd must stand the test required for cement In government contracts. CONCRETE. Tho material used in construction must bo proportioned by exact measurement, and for this pur pose contractors will be required to provide themselves with rectangular boxes for measuring materials and tight boxes for mixing. No mixing of materials on pavement wilt bo permit' ted. No rctempcrlng will be permitted and concrete which has already began to set before being put In place will be rejected. Concreto shnll be laid ill blocks shall be put In alternating, and width by the width of walk nnd shall be marked off Into squares by tho use of proper marking nnd jointing tools. Screeds of sufficient stiffness must be used to presertc n truo and straight !dgc tho width of tho walk. Concreto blocks of not to oxeced three feet In each block finished with top coat tin mediately so that a good and sufficient bond may be had between them. In termediate blocks shall not bo put In for nt least twelve hours after flnloh Ing the first blocks. DRIVEWAY. Whenever driveway occurs, tho arti ficial stono flagging shall not bo less than eight (8) Inches In thickness, and tho surfaco shall bo finished with suffi cient longitudinal grooves .or corruga tions to protido a safe foothold for animals. Stone paving of approved con struction may bo substituted for con crete in driveways. BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT. Outside of the limits mentioned for cement paving, tho property ownera shall have tho option of construct'ng sidewalk pavement of cither cement concreto as specified or of approved bi tuminous material. LIMITS. Tho specifications for cement pave ment shall apply to all sidewalks con structed In tho City of Honolulu, Isl am! of Oahu, within tho limits, boundcl by tho waterfront, commencing from the Marino Railway to River street, thence nlong River to Vineyard street, thence east along Vineyard street to Nituanu street, thence up Nuunnu street to School street, thenco East along School street to Lusltann street, thence along Klnau street to Victoria street, thenco down nlong Victoria street to King street, thenco west nlong King street to South street, thenco down South street to (Jueen street, thenco West along Queen street to Punchbowl Btrect In a direct lino to placo of com mencement, Including both sides of tho streets named and also King street as far as tho Pnlama Pumping Station, Nuuanti avenue, as tar as Judd street, nnd Beretanla avenue from River to King streets The specifications for curb nnd for option of bituminous pavement shall apply to that portion of Honolulu bounded on the South East by n lino running N. E. truo from the sea passing through tho Diamond Head trig, sta tion; on tho Northwest by tho Knllltl stream, on tho mnkal side by tho sea and on tho mnuka side by n lino para llel to, nnd ono nud one-half miles from tho water front. NOTIFICATION. Property owneis will bo notified when they .tie required to construct sidewalks. J. A. McCANDLESS, Superintendent of Public Works. Public Works Department, Honolulu, Sept. 25, 1900. 1011-lw Plumbers, Etc. John Koii PLUMBER 75 and 79 King Street TELEPHONE NO 31. NOW Is the time to get leaks ass) oreauges seen to, ana Roofs Put In Odtt By competent wotksssti. For the Plumbing On that new house that yon. ars about to bnild or the alteration, yon are intending to make on yonr property. Call and see ni and get an estimate. JAS. NOTT, Jr Practical Tinsmith and Plumber, 8hop: Beretanlt, street, 4 toon Mit of Punchbowl. Phone 844, Hour 7 . m. to 5 p. m. Jobbing promptly attended to. . H. BAtTH. I W.Sam. Honolulu Sbeet Metal Works Galvsnlzid Iron Skyllf ht s and VsatllaUri. M.til Roofing, Conductor Pipe and Guttsr Wart Richard. Slrtat, pat Quaaa aad Morcaaat, aaalrjr) aar Jobblag promptly artaodal to.- Tel. White 41 . p. n. Box 0 The Wulklkl BOARDING AND LIVERY Stables Riga sont to any part of tbe City. HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS Walklkl Road, Walklkl. TEL. BLACK 141. tfhenYontfiiqUB ..RING TJP THE... c-r.- u-b Livery, Boarding and Sales Stables, : : : SIS FORT 8TREFT, Stable 'Phone, 477 Hack Bund 'Phones, 319 and 7I. C. H BKI.UWA. THEUNIONEXPRESSCO. Safes, Pianos, Furniture MOVED Drays lor Freight and Lumber Our rtnresrnt.itlvi. mt ill I,,,..,!..- steamers from the Coast and we check baggage on all outgoing steamers. wane and Black Sand For Sale. Offirr with Pvnlrif lti,ll.,l ... L'l.. street. Tel. ifoT " "" W"'"K W. LARSEN, H'g'r. ROCK FOR BALLAST !f f Whl'te and Black Sand I In Quantltiu to Suit EpVATIHG CONTRACTED For CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE. 6r Dump Guts furnished by the day on Hour's Notice. H. R HITCHCOCK. .Merchant St., In M. D. Munsarrat's otfke. A QOOD THING 4--U C Ohla, Algeroba and Pine Firewood Oat and Bpllt (roadyforth.BtOT.), STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL WHITE ADD BLACK BAND Lowest Prices, delivered to auy t,n the Cltv. TELEPHONE 414 HUSTAOE A CO., 1 Onsen Htieat Pacific Transfer Co, tu King St., nut to Dillty't Cycltry. Express Wagons, Drays Lumber Wagons and Dump Carts : : : : : Always on Hand, Trurlcs, Furnlturt and Satrt Caitlully llandlrd . TUtl'HONE j9 ,, A$-Zi MAIM ICkCk S..offi ITI-US1! IM WJF!h$) Masonic Temple The Evening Bulletin, 75 cent pt month. ?lf v '4.'.