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iWEMNQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., TUESDAY, JAN. 16, iDOC.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
See Pngo 8, NSW TO-DA.Y,for Now Ads.
By young wan from Coast, 10 years'
npcrlcnco general dry goods, men's
Inrnlshlnc and shoes, position as
salesman; best references. Address
W, JJnllotln. 327MW
DOUSE On Vineyard St.
HOUSE On Beach at Walktkl.
OITICES In Walty Building.
WAREHOUSES On queen Street.
5 FOR 8ALE.
Wj (mprared and Unlmproed Proper-
Wp Houses Jn all rarts of the City.
Wh BISHOP & CO.,
I ' Merchant Street.
$ TO LET.
Nicely furnished cottago with 2 bedr.
at Itanoa, G mln from car, deep riv
er for bathing. Hoses, fruit; delight
lul summer resort Only $16.00.
P. 15. It. Strauch, Heal Estnto, Walty
Bide.. 71 S, King St. 3260 tf
Turnlsbed room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gentlomen. At
783 Bcretanla St. 3270-lw
Cottages In Chrlstly Lano. Apply
Wong KwrJ, Smith St, mauka Hotel
C&eapcst. coolest furnished rooms In
dty. Helen's Court, AdamB lano.
tly furnished mosquito proof room.
At tt Vlnryard St 2728 tt
finished rooms at 1223 Emma street
Mrs. McConnelt. 2563
LOS' I .
On Itantd Transit car botweon Wal-
klkl Turn and Walklkl, nn Aloha!
Temple fez. Finder return to this
cilice for reward. 3271 tfi
Female wbllo fox terrier, long tall. He-
turn D. H. Kelllaa, Fort St. opp. old,
lUftrm! Q.hrwit f973.9w I
Jet brooch, leaf shaped,
The Bulletin, 75cts per montlr
UiattIM W ! 1 litnn fnnnaiiii
nt hlark .nn.l from 12 to is al'oa,!
mriin. n ,n.innr i....in,i. fnmi
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Maunakea St ; P. O. box 820.
Telephone Main 396. I
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
rtathfifl! rnnnlm lifrvpten find fur
nishes employees. 520 King St. I
T. Hayasnf Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyod. 537 Beretanla St.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. ;
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma.
klkl. Gonernl Employment Office,
l'ensacola and Bcrctaula,
Umbrellas rcnalred and brats polish
ing. Takatu, 1281 Fort St.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
tie, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
MONEY TO LEND.
Cn Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn Hotel and Union.
Kino Job Printing at Thi- Bulletla
A. C. MONTGOMERY
QUEEN ST. opp. INT.-I8L. WHARF.
will give you the best price possible
for bottles and all kinds of Otd Metal.
He can also furnish Monuments, Iron
Fencing for Private Grounds and Cem
etery Plots. Cement and 8tono Cop
ing Furnished and Laid. P. O. box 152.
A Postal Brings An Answer
Beet cattle for sale at Ka-
huku Ranch, Kau. Ha
waii. 3212 tf
Fine corner lot In Maklkt. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and nil Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address R, F this offlce.
(fecend hand Smith Premier typewrit
er. in Rood condition. Inquire Sing'
er Sewing Machine Store, Alakca St,
In quantities, sprouted cocoanuts from
nno to two years otd. Apply R. 0.,
Box 40, Llhuo, Kauai. 3260-ln.
Cheap Home near Park, Watkllcl.
Address R. 8. K.. llullctln.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
EDWARD ARMITAGE, M. D., PHY-
OICIAN AND 8URQEON. HOTEL
STREET. OFFICE H0UR8. 8 TO 11
A. M.: 3 TO 5 P. M.; 7 TO 8 IN EVEN
ING; 8UNDAYS, 9 TO 10 A. M. ..
A. J. DERDY, D. D. 3.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KINO ST. TEL. BLUE 3101
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUN8ELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 STAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
Columbus, Ohio, Jnn 3 lobbjlsts
wero dealt a knockout blow today, when
Sneaker Thomuroa of iho llouso of
HenrcscntatUcs ordered the sergeant'
at arms to enforco the rules governing
persons to bo permitted Inside the
chamber. In the past lobbyists have
entered tho chamber at will, and even
openly fought for or against legislation
Irom the floor of both branches of tho
(lencral Assembly. Governor Her-
L.t- In" I. la tnmanni
rick In his messago today urged both
houses to bar lobb)lsts, and Speaker
Thompson took this action at the first
Mr8- Hodgson.-Teacher of Piano, or.
Ban .nutoliarp and singing. Over 20
years' cxperlenco In England, New
Zealand and FIJI. Qulclc progress
with thorough training, well mark
ed time, correct fingering and sym
pathetic expression, carefully taught
Hcsldenco with Mrs. darnel, corner
Fort and Vineyard streets,
Mr. J as. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano warorooms
of L. E. Thayor & Co , 158 Hotel St,
opposlto Young Hotel. All ordorfl
for tuning promptly nttondod to.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Muslo Boxes, Sharpening of
Flno Cutlery. Hear Union drill.
Go and see Wong Kau for lock, gun
smith and general repairing. Nun-
nmi botw. Merchant and King Sts,
Estimates furnished on alt kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros., Union above Hotel St.
for nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Bono. 1111 Fort Bt
J. M. LEVY & CO.
I PHONE MAIN W
TAKE YOUR CLOTHE8 TO THE
City Renovating Co:
And have them Cleaned, Pressed, Re
paired and Dyed.
1153 :; fort :: street.
SUNNY DAYS THE RULE, BUT
MEAN TEMPf RA1 UHES LOWER
YOUNQ CANE HA8 NOT
MUCH GROWTH ON ACCOUNT
Local Omce, U. S. Weather Bureau
For the WceK Knuing January ,
: ween uniiing jmiumj .,
06 Honolulu. T. II, January j y'anng oper
10, isuu. nllnim nrn iirnreoillnir slowly, meat.
Generally fair werther' ha. prevailed '"'V'1" ""
In all sections of the Group during th:,i ?!.',' dv c
.,.. ,. i, o,.nnv ,imd tinvn .pen th raia nrj, winuy, we
Rnnnv ilv have been thu 1'aia ury, winuy, weamer """"o
Bunny uas nave necn ",, nn . ..,, .t.t.rloratpd a lit-
vitio aifiiniir.fi m,nn inmnprfuurpH ncii.
somewhat lower than those of the Pr-;!iV7ZTlTj
ceding weeK. mgn iraue wira. . v- lul Very
general uunns tno lore ran m mi
week, but tho last two days wcr
marked by falling barometer Indicative
of storm winds from the south.
On account of the tool wcatiicr,
joung cane has not made much growth;
condition nave uccn nllocctucr lavor-
able, however, for the ripening of the
present crop and for harvesting, weed I
lngand other field operations. Cane In
the Kau district of Hawaii has suffered
somewhat from the dry and windy
d rice In the nnrscrlcs Is doing well.
tor ihe ViImTA' Pasfum
I ..i., r,VrJi .uImw ,i np...l
have ileerlorate. ' "'J'1'. " '."ff '
K,BJ2-.,nn ThnSrT Kofita Vni
!3,fJ l h.h McSJ L nnd .olj
trlct of Hawaii, high winds nnd cow
.im.r.hi. i.un iintmnmii fnr urm
Miowers lime uecii umu.uiuuic wi h.u
Inr, .fl '
IIEMAHKS BY COnRESPOXUENTa
..... J.V:Aiiy.. !.:H"' .
i i , ,.7",n.iTin. ,l. Ip rni, nnd
cd by moro sunshine and less rain, and
cane Is ripening better In consequence,
weeding, fertilizing and stripping enne;
mean temperature, CG cleg.; rainfall,
of iM.l. 1 r rfnn.nllAl.A I
SI Inch. J.. E. Gamallclson. i
Ponohawal Tho weather hos been
ZnC.h iSTrolWy- TeT rZf'all 20"' n h ." ' iac ar.an.r
tlons are progressing favorably; wceil. Mrmnnwitiwpn.hnr iin..iiv nnn-
K?h' i SZ1
Inch J I. Gamallclson.
Hllo Cool weather throughout the
inn. ij men. ij. c. i.yinun
Papalkou Weather has Improved
somewhat over Inst week, crops are
taking on their winter color; very lit-
tlo growth, cutting nnd grinding cano
rainfall fis Inrh John T Molr I
raimaii, ,t,j men. jonn i .vioir. i
'- T""' 2Tl'S !"?K Z
)oung cano, menu temperature, 70
dcg ; rainfall, .77 Inch.-Jas. Webster.
and there Is not much growth of wnoS"1-"": om.c"iaL ?"?",
nntinrpnt? wpnthpr fnvnrnliln for Loll
eral plantation work. Wm Fullnr,
wplf vprv favnrAhlp fnr flplil wnrlt! I
nlcht. rnld! vnnne ranp maklmr lltllo
nrnulh; hnplnp fprflllrlni. atrltinlni-
nnd cuttlnc cane! rainfall. .16 Inch. J. I
Honohlno Rainfall for week,
tnen Jonn Patterson
Papaya-Days and nights rather co",ll,lo": comcncod grinding lflOll
ocZ'Tor ?S5g "i." tat H ";; l? lXX' SaV"
vorablo for cultivation; rainfall. .12 ' JJ- ralnfa " '0C ta"- T'
Inch. C McLennan.
Laupahoehoe Btrong trade winds
and light showers; nights cold; rain
fall. 48 Inch. E. W. Barnard.
1'aaullo This has been a week of
dry dajs nnd lilgli easterly winds; good
weather for cano harvesting and kill
lug wcedB, both of which aro bolng
hurried along; mean temncrnturc. LU
dcg, rainfall, 14 inch C 11. Btacok.
I'aauhau Cold and boisterous trado
winds all week, with little rain; har
vesting progressing rapidly; rainfall,
17 Inch. H Glass.
Honokaa Very strong trade vvlndj
during week; mean temperature, 70
leg.; rainfall, .40 Inch. C. II. Bragg.
Nlulll-Strong winds and little Bun -
vhlnn! hnplntr rnltlimtlnir fnrtlllitiii;
and plowing; mean temperature, 72
.;, i;r;r :.. v:..
drg.; rainfall, .22 Inch. Hobt. Hall.
Kohala Fine weather during week;
all crops looking well; started grind
ing on 8th Instant; mean temperature,
71 deg.; rainfall, .23 Inch. W. O Toy
tor Kohala Mission Mean temperature.
60 dcg.; rainfall, .12 Inch. Dr. II. D.
Puakca Ranch Very high northeast
erly winds for the greater portion of
tho week; cold nights, rainfall, .18 Inch.
Puuhuc Weather still continues cold
and showery, with high trado winds,
conditions which are had for grazing
stock and pastures. S. P. Woods.
Kamucla High wind during first
part of week, followed by a calm on the
11th; only one rainy day since the
1st, .20 Inch of rain falling on tho 11th
Instant Mrs. E. W. Hay.
Honokahau Weather during the
past week has been dry; lowlands muih
In need of moisture; cattle and pas -
turcs looking well, considering
flry weamrcr. F. II. arconwell.
Kcalekekua Ilalnfall for week,
Inch. nev. S. II. Davis.
Kcalakekua No rain during
past week. Hobt Wallace.
Kau Cold and windy weather, with
light rain; moro rain noeded; stock suf
fering from cold weather; mean tem
perature, 65 deg.; rainfall, .26 Inch.
F. II. Hayselden.
Naalchu Dry weather all week, with
high winds; very cold nights; water
Is low In tho mountain streams. G, G.
Pahala Clear, Cool weather, with
high trade winds; cane and pasture
suffering; mean temperature, 18 deg ;
no rainfall. II. D. Harrison.
Kapoho Clear, bright weather; Pu
na cano being harvested and taken to
Olaa mill for grinding; mean temper
ature. 71 deg.; rainfall, .79 Inch. II, J.
ISLAND OF 'MAUI.
Klpahulu Very windy weather this
week, but with less rain; mean tern
porature, 70 deg ; rainfall, .61 inch
Hana Fore part of week clear and
warm; lattor part cloudy, with frc-l
qucnt showers and lower temperature,'
retarding nnra(h of vegetation N. I
I Nahlku Cold and showery neathorj
'ihrouchout week: stock In fairly good
'condition, ranfall, 1.01 Inches. C. O.
Huelc The week has been dry, with
strong northeasterly winds; growth ol
Uegctatlou has been slow; stock very
slightly Improved, mean temperature
us ueg.; raimaii, .01 nuu. n. r
l'cahi Weather cold and windy;
very little rain. Deo. Groves.
Haiku Holhcr cool nights, but dry,
Bunny days have been viry favoraun
- - -i.ni.. ro
rainrau, .zu men.
enne ripening; rain
calm weather during
tho foro nart of the week, but high
winds and choppy seas prevailed dur
ing latter part; warm dajs and 100I
nights continue; no rainfall. II. W.
Puuuenc Weather all that could be
de-ilred for harvesting, warm dajs and
'"' " rB.tt high north
i'r)y 'in.ls a lime" can'o excellent -i
"y w'n,'..a1l,1l'mM' cano cxcclM,nl-
J' waiiislcii ClSi cool and fteady
cool nights, not much rain at mini
rr?" '... ,nv . .. '
'" throughout this week; still no
"I". 10"Sh abundant ditch water for
oil nirjoscs Is cointnc along; hlUInK
"" rBtoonB. Bn'' tllliliw 1807 crop;,
"00 iroji cane still growing, and ouns'
. ' ... ,ook." ,, nn,i
iniio lor inu( crop looKing wen anu
i,ni,i,t n.nnn i,mi...hip. 7
"""' '"v"" il'i..,
lAlhffnll llfnin lAHina Unf I
'""". '"-..X""--"- . . I
during week; "weather generally cooll
'' Krowlng cane looking well and pas-,
, " f . ... ,.mn, I
tu res fairly well; mean temperature,
7U dcg.; no rainrau. wm. Hobh.
ISlJVND OF OAIIU.
fiuuiiiitfuu vaim ,uu viral ia.iini
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,lckl colfec' can temperature, 72
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,, ' ', :",",. nn ii, i i nm
"'''j. ,',"?, '"ch-Locnl 0racc'
'., ' "'", . T.i...i . .,
'-v'n eatlicr flno during fore pari
. ,, .., .it. .n,n,i. ..i.i, .
? w i-jj- -
temperature, 03 deg.; uo rainfall. W,
: .. .. .' ... . u :'"t
looking well. Wm. Welurlch, Jr.
"h '."" nKK" ."'" uraiiuue coal,
li,,t Ua8 1r0 lu"8 ttBrIui aa. ton)
4 dec.; no rainfall. F
L'nl.lit... 1A.1.. !..... ..! U
(kui.unfl 1 hui; UUUUJ UUli IUII1
weather, with high trade winds during
t,n-..ti-i iiuii, ui ncun, iu3i,iiivs lu tuuil
ISLAND Or KAUAI.
Elcelo Dry weather, with warm
davs nnd cold nights, cane doing well,
harvesting and grinding cane Mc
Hryde Sugar Co.
Koloa Good growing weather, but
rather dry, pastures lu good condition;
harvesting and grinding cane, menu
temperature, 72 deg.; rulnfall, .35 inch
I.lhuo lavorablo weather for can
growth exceptionally warm dnjs dur
Ing latter part of week; mean tempera
lure, 70 deg.; rainfall, .17 Inch. V
Kealla Partly cloudy weather, with
"' """ "'. """e".., B-r "" .nl"u
light winds; started to grind cane ou
'.""" ""?" '"KeiuiuiB, It uvB.j ruia
;i. "- mch.-w. jarvis.
Kllauea Cloudy weather all week,
with practically no rain; a little Irri
gation of cano necessary; mean tem
perature, deg.; rainfall, .09 Inch. L.
Hanalcl Tho plowing of rice Holds
continues, and the planting of youny
rlco will r.oon begin; pastures In fine
condition; rainfall, .10 Inch. E. G. K'
A. McC. ASHLEY,
WHAT UWSON PREDIC1S
Boston, Jan. 2. Thomas W. Law sou,
tho foo of the "System," makes a two
coliinm minounietncnt today predicting
dlro dltastcr to tho country within tho
next few days all kinds of stock mar
ket crashes and genernl chaos, as tho
tesult of stock manipulation, pools and
, tho present high money rates. Ho do
dares that tho "System" has prepared
a trap to swalliv up tho $165,000,000
of dividends and interest funds paid
out to the country at the first of tho
)ear, by telling the public to buy stocks
at inllated prices and then dropping the
bottom out of the market and getttnn
tho stocka back at low figures.
Lawson says that one corporation of
iiiu.unu.ooo capital has loaded the banks
and truBt companies, through dummies,
wiin biocks uy uorrowing between n,-
000,000 uml $20,000,000 collateral. This
It oxpcctH to sell to the public at be
tween $3,000,000 and $40,000,000, or, In
mo evuni oi a crasn, 10 leave u on me
nanus or tho banks.
There Is a Joker In Law-son's an
nouncement, however.' He says he is
retreucblng nnd husbanding his re
sources, because his pool has been hard
Ult, and no wants to corral stocks when
me crasif comes. Therefore, those pa'
pcrs not being paid for earn Ing his an'
nouncement are given permission to
copy It free
f ! S
Fine Job Printing at The Bulletin
Proud Man Is to Be Van
quished at Last
Still the merry war goes on over
l.iclug the lnnsctilliie pcx up lu stays.
A prominent woman "demonstrator"
for u comet manufacturing house start
ed It by declaring woman's alleged su
perior had become so uuroiucly uml
bulging of llguru Unit hu would just
iinve to go into corsets if ho hud any
regard ut nil for his miiuly beauty.
The Idea seemed, to "Hike" like uu In
fantile ulluivut. And ball the iniuicu
Hue stnysl ile-ro U the moans where
by vvomnu at lust miiy xulijugute proud
innu. Clap him lulu corxeM nnd lace
him up with n good siiucezv when
he sevnis obftrcpciuuf, oil he will
straightway become meek ns u lituib.
Itu cannot stoop over, he cuuuot throw
a stone, cannot run, yell, raise bit
nrnif, roar fjic-ura ut n political meet
Ing or even draw u iki-p lireiith. Hap
pily, 111041 happily fur the woman sex,
the Iileit of corKctliig innu It HpiiMillug.
Once let It prevail geuciully mid the
iloom of man It scaled. Once gather
him luto laeeil up stdelioanls, nil Is
over with lilml J nit now, whvu tho
woman sex Is taking oft lu stajs, only
get man Into them nnd his clnlmi to
superiority will molt uwuy like u Imjy
of chocolates before sweet sixteen.
When a plump Htutesuiuu puinpuusly
promulgate?) prviiuuclauientos ngalnst
woman stiff mgu It will bo rocogulziil
mat he Is merely u cuse for the corset
maker. When n bad lni'lminl mis
treats his family sentence him to tho
cor jet. Loco It n round the bedpost nt
that In lets than Uo time the now
thoroughly coniiuon.il masculine per
son will bo crying for mercy. Women,
my sliters, rouse yoursclvesl Victory
Is near! By nil menus, foul or fair, get
man Into stays. Work ou bis vanity,
which Is his blind side. Tell him of
tho Apollo-llkc beauty bis noble form
will take on when ho takes on stays.
Get him safely nnd fast Into them nnd
he will be subjugated, for nil tlmo.
Your triumph will bo sure.
A brave and capable voting woman
Is that Mrs. 1. II. Mown uf 1'lcdmout,
Va who won her fnther'H election to
the legislature. Tills Is how It was:
J. E. Taj lor, her father, was taken
very 111 nt the beginning of tho cam
paign and could not electioneer for
himself. Ills daughter rode on horse
back all through tho mountainous re
gion In which hU constituents lived
uml made a bonne to housu cam huh for
him. She enlisted the symptlhy of the
voters to such n degree that, though
111 In bed, Mr. Tnlor run ahead of bU
ticket This Is snld to bo tho llrst time
a Vlrgtula woman lias ever made a
personal political canvass.
Have you road of the trouble that
sweet voiced singer. Mine. Schumann
Iletuck, Is lu? 8ho had by her llrst
nnrrlagu n large family of chlldrcif
whom sho left In Germany while she
was over hero earning money to sup
port them. She not only supported
them, but accumulated n eomldonible
fortune, also Invested, unfortuiintcly
for her, lu Germany, After the death
of her llrst hush mil, Mine. Hchumunn
Heliult mnrrletl Mr. Hupp, nn Amerl
van citizen. 'J lion sho desired to bring
her children hero nnd likewise to ilU
poso of her German property mid make
bur homo lu America, but Herman law
stepped In and forbndo her to do cither.
Her children Included several boys, tho
elder ones lu their curly teeus. The
government of Germany demanded,
that they should stay there and do
military duty. Again, under Germnh
lnvv, If n widow should marry tho
courts take entire charge of her prop
erty, even though sho has earned it
every cent herself, nnd sho Is ulso de
prived of nil control of her children.
And still American women Jump nt the
chance of marrying n German with a
title and going to livo with blm In bis
When nn American mothec's own
Ideas as to plain, common houesty nro
undeveloped, Is It nuy wonder It among
American public men nro found
thluvoH? During tho lmut political
campaign a wiirklugiimu received tho
offer of a heavy bribe if he would vote
a certain ticket. He told his wife about
It. Mio advised him to take the money
and then vote another ticket. Tho
couple have several children that aro
being reared by this woman who (lis-,
plajed such low unlimil cunning. What
kind of mauhood nnd womanhood can
tho children of such a mother attain ?
Au enterprising girl In New York es
tablished In the busy downtown quar
ter of the city a day club and restau
rant for the stenographers employed
there. Now 1,000 girls patronize her
restaurant, and she Is ranking out ex
ceedingly well financially. Busluess
women vety generally prefer restau
rants for thvls own bex exclusively, It
has been found.
Make tho best of everything, not the
Judge Hose of Alton, Ilk, has decided
that a wife may pick her husband's
pocket to got money for household
expenses and that UiU Is not stealing.
Just so. But w bat kind of a husband
Is It that forces his wlfo to tho hu
miliating experience of going through
bis pockets when be Is asleep. In order
to get money to buy food for his chil
dren I ,
ELIZA AKCHAHI) CONNER.
i Are You Aware Of The Fact
', that electric Incandescent lights hardly heat the room the sllghtttt
, degree and much of an evening's
' one thing.
Ever sit next to a kerosene lamp
For the man who reads and
m In the home as well as convenience, reason point to the Ineandes.
. cent electric light. '
I Hawaiian Electric Co, Ltd t
f Office King St., near Alakca
We have just received new supplies of
"Ushers 0. V. G." Scotch Whesky
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
W, C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
iptmnnmHrnn mm mm mrnmrng
1 Fresh Meats 1
Z Fresh meats required for your daily use,
SE: You will find at YEE HOP'S in profuse.
jJ T he old saying is, the best is cheapest;
p; We have the cheapest, best and freshest.
! Call on us and get your money's worth,
yr Then with the wise you -will have a berth.
B C. Q. YEE HOP & Co.
?- MCA. I
r TELEPHONE MAIN 251. 2
?i..inuu... uiuiiiumiiiii iiiiii UiiiiiiiK
We are prepared to supply tha PcolIs of Honolulu with Frathtat ut
ISLAND MEATS. Also, Garden Produce of all kind; Butter, Eggs, Chtok
ens, Turkey, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham? In fact, varythlnfj FIR1TI
CLA8S MARKET Is called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. "vyESTBROOKE, NUnatjer.
TF.LEPHONE MAIN 7a. FORT 8T OPP. LOVE BLD-
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Wafer
A New Alan In Every Bottle.
FOR 8ALB EVERYWHERE
J McPARLANEciCo., Sole Agents.
piiiMi'afi'Mi'aP)M wi hhm.3I
Rooms For Rent
at very low price, by day, week or mo nth. Rooms are newly furnished; eleo.
trie lighted; well ventilated and each room convenient to bath. Quests have
privilege of using reception room.
The Majestic Hotel
CORNER PORT AXD BERETATNIA STREETS.
Y. SUGA SHOTEN
Wholoaalo & Retail Liquor Dealer,
B d Stock of .Upanese and America Liquor, ''inzal Saloon In connection.
IWILEI AND KINO 2TREr8.
V08TOFFICE BOX 86S TELEPHONE MAIN 82.
Headquarter for automobiles with
i splendidly equipped fireproof garage.
VON HAMM-YOUNO COMPANY, Ltd.
'Ino Job Printing at The Bullet;,
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for all other who care for comfort "
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Our Ui White
are marvels of beauty and du
rability. They stand S feet 8
Inches, the four sides are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
by "The Scientific American"
as moss-proof and strictly
Sole Agent for Island. Dox 184.
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