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VOL. XXX., NO. 5357
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY. liCTOUEU. 7, 1899. TYELVK PAG DP. .
PRICE FIVE CCSCa
ATKINSON & JUDD (A. L. C. Atkin
son and Albert P. Judd, Jr.) Office
over Bishop & Co.'s bank, cor. Mer
chant and Kaahumanu sts.
ACHI & JOHNSON (W. C. AchI and
Eoch rJohnson).TOfflce No. 10 West
King SL; Tel. 884.
t JLORRIN . ANDREWS. Office with
Thurston & Carter, Merchant St.,
next to postoffice.
X.YLE A. DICKEY. King and Bethel
Sts.; Tel. 806; P. O. box 786.
FREDERICK W. JOB. Suite 815, Mar
Quette Bldg., Chicago, 111.; Hawaiian
Consul General for States of Illinois,
Michigan, Ohio; Indiana and Wiscon
CHAS. P. PETERSON. 15 Kaahuma
-C. L. GARVIN, M.D. Office 537 King
SL, near Punchbowl; hours, 9 to 12
a. m., 7 to 8 p. m.; Tel. 448.
'DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRAND. Of
fice 512 Beretania SL, near Alapai;
hours 9 to 12 a. m.. 1 to 4 p. m.; Tel.
DR. A. GORDON HODGINS. Office
and residence, Gedge Cottage, corner
Richards and Hotel Sts.; office hours
9 to 11, 2 to 4, 7 to 8; Tel. 953.
DR. WALTER HOFFMAN. Beretania
SL, opposite Hawaiian Hotel; office
hours 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., 7 to
8 p. m.; Sundays 8 to 10 a. m.; Tel.
510; P. O. box 501.
DR. T. MITAMURA. Consulting
rooms 427 Nuuanu St.; P. O. box 842;
Tel. 132; residence 524 Nuuanu SL;
hours 9 to 12 a. m. and 7 to 9 p. m.;
Sundays 2 to 6 p. m.
DR. I. MORI. 136 Beretania SL, be
tween Emma and Fort; Tel. 277; P.
O. box 843; office hours 9 to 12 a. m.
and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays 9 to 121
a .rn 1
sDR. A. N. SINCLAIR. 413 King SL,
next to the Opera House; office hours
9 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m.;
Sundays 12 m. to 2 p. m.; Tel. 741.
7T. B. CLAPHAM. Veterinary Surgeon
and Dentist. Office Hotel Stables;
calls, day or night, promptly ans
wered; specialties obstetrics and
lameness.' v .
'DR. TOMIZO - KATSUNUMA. Veterl-1
nary Surgeon. Skin diseases of all
kino, a specialty. Office room 11,
Spreckels Bldg.; hours 9 to 4; Tel.
474; residence Tel. 1093.
M. E. GROSSMAN, D.D.S. 98 Hotel
SL, Honolulu; office hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. in. .
DR. C. B. HIGH. Philadelphia Dental
College 1892; Masonic Temple; Tel.
3EO. H. HUDDY, D.D.S.Fort St., op
posit Catholic Mission; hours from
- 9 a. nr. to 4 p. m.
OR, A. C. WALL, DR. O. E. WALL.-
Office bours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.; Love
Bldg., Fort SL
V. J. CAMPBELL. Office Queen St.,
opposite Union Feed Co.
C. J. FALK. Member Honolulu Stock I
Exchange; room 301 Judd Bldg.
- zwTT.T,TAr RAvrnfiPi. Tf.poi raffo in
all Parts ol the Islands bought or
sold; No. 310 Fort SL; Mclnerny Blk.
,7AM ES T. TAYLOR, M. Am. Soc. C. E.
- Consulting Hydraulic Engineer;
306 Judd Blk, . Honolulu.
WM. T. PATY. Contractor and Build
er, btore ana omce ntting; nrick.
wood cr stone building; shop Palace
"Walk; residence Wilder Ave., near
S. A. BUTTERFIELD. Contractor and
Bldg., Union St.; Tel. 702.
B. LUCAS. Love Bldg., Fcrt St., I
upstairs; P. O. box 351. I carry a full
line of ALL KINDS OF GLASSES
from the CHEAPEST to the BEST.
Free Examination of the Eyes.
COOK S MUSIC SCHOOL. Love Bldg.,
Fort St; Piano, Voice Culture, Sing
ing and Harmony; especial attention
paid to touch, muscular control , and
PIAN0 TAUGHT IN SIX MONTHS.
Xew quick method; special attention
I A. ,1 - 1 A I f m m
giveu iu iiuuii ueginners. lerms ao
monthly. Address "Musician," Ad
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER. Vocal
Instruction; terms by the lesson or
tmonth; commencing on and after the I
10th of July, "MIGNON"; 720 Bere-
tania SL, Honolulu.
& TRAIN, Architects.
Model Block, Fort St.;
O. G. TRAPHAGEN. 223 Merchant
St., between Fort and Alakea; Tel.
T.'D. BEASLEY. Plantation and To
pographical Maps -a Specialty; room
306, Judd Bldg.; Tel. 633..
MISS A. A- ALLEN. Office cor. King
and Bethel Sts. (upstairs); Tel. 751.
F. D. GREANY, A.B., (Harv.) Pri
vate Tutor, with especial reference
to preparation for college. Office cor.
King and Bethel Sts.; Tel. 62 and
806; P. O. box 759.
MRS. B. F. McCALL. Latest designs
in Tailor-Made Evening, Dinper
Gowns,, and Wedding Trousseau, 73
t I pa Mi II
J. MORGAN. Opal Merchant, Jeweler
and Lapidary; Opal Cutting a Spe
cialty; No. 2 School SL, near bridge.
MISS PRESCOTT General Writer and
Business Agent; Commissions Un-
aertanen ior tne oiner isianus; ring
up Queen Hotel; Tel. 809.
P. SILVA. Agent to take acknowledg-
ments to instruments, district of Ko
na, Oahu; at W. C. Achi's office,
King SL, near Nuuanu.
LESSONS GIVEN IN THE ART of
Magic "Illusions, etc., by the only
Travelle. Address or call at Orphe-1
11m 1 n ao ra. 1
TOURISTS' GUIDE THROUGH HA -
WAIL Price 60c; beautifully illus-1
tt- t nii i
Throat Nose Di and
r-ofo. Maann!,Ton,T,l. nroStn
wv.., -.. - 4 , ww .
iz a. m., iioi ana w o p. m.
HONOLULU SANITARIUM. 1082
King St.; Tel. 639. Dr. Luella S.
Cleveland, medical superintendent. !
Hours 3 a. m. .toap .m.; meinoas on
a . . a
liattie ijreeK, Alien., oamiarium;
nurses in bath rooms as well as In
sick room; massage and manual
movements; electricity In every
form; classified dietary, etc.; ample
facilities for thorough examination.
Dr. C. L. Garvin, consulting physi
cian and surgeon.
Discuss Their Grievances in Foster
Hall Last Night.
From thirty to forty persons attend-
ed the called meeting of Kamalo plan-
isrHmi tnMrhnldor .last eveninc in
"EVietoi Vinll W A. TTfnshall WIS
x.. .1 I
a. u a.a. a. a - -
cnairman 01 me meeting auu lue ynu-i-
cipal speakers were L. H. Dee, E. R.
Bivens and H. Evans.
A committee of three, consisting of
the" speakers above named, was ap
pointed to advise with certain attor
neys as to the legal status of the hold
ers of assessable stock In the corpora
tion and take such measures as were
deemed necessary, to prevent the saleee amj singing softly
of delinquent stock.
Another meeting is to be held
Favors Negro Labor.
Mr. Daniel Logan, the Secretary of
the Hawaiian Commissioner in Omaha,
a journal puoiisnea in tne interests 01
tl , , u o,ifn,Mtoa
UO UCglU i llV C, 111 UllU lit t .
. . m 1 1 A n
tne emigration 01 negro lauorera
Hawaii. He states that he has writ-
ten ta the Planters Asloclatlon on the
Lt0f OTw1 v, r rivo a ronh-
..XT " L.L
wuicii tjucxiurufce 111111 ij
colored laborers to settle in Hawaii.
. i i i -
HE WS EX-QUEEN
Johnny Wilson Tells of a
to Her in Minnton.
COLOUEL r.VLEAtl IS HEARD FB0r.l
Newsy Letter From Commissioner 1
Towse Hawaiian With Buffalo
Bill's Wild West Show.
OMAHA, Neb.. Sept. 23. John . II
Wilson, manager of the theatrical I
troupe at the Hawaiian village, has I
just returned from Washington, where
he was several times a guest at thel.i
right young man has always been a
ravnrit Mr. WlUnn uvi ihnr
JOHN H. WILSON.
ex-Queen is In very good .health, has a lalorer at Kallua: K. Nakea. former
comfortable place at the American cap- of Honolulu pollc; David KIpl. for
t. 1 1 . merly of the Customs service; John I.
no thought of an early return to the
Islands. It Is a fact that she has a can-
ftp lint thorn n tn SArtntf nnf-A.la
hensions. The knife has not been used
anj there Is no
intention for the per-
deration. The trouble
- - - -ww
luriuouiv ui uu uucriiuuu. iuc ituuuip
is vlPlcUnir RtPtdllv fn th trratmnnt of
n T,nr,,.. tarn orft Kna
z-ngiisn. ana uiere are nopes. pros-1
reels anu inuicaiions or an uuimaie
cure. Dr. English, who was In Hono-
lulu about a year ago. has no small
reputation as a successful specialist In
.h. tr0,.n,nn, f Ilia l.c f
..v. Uv... . --
iDatlents Includes the names of some of
the best-known people on the conti-
nent- Llliuokalanl nassod her birth-
day sentember 2-ouietlv. The luau.
t. ' '
ui ii il aa lulic ai mi ijic ii ni.a in u a aa i u it-
L, rwnV r.inn .i .h tnt.rnn J
v w .x.
. , .... c-x.
vmericans are conmunR 10 uiu auaui -
h a a-v . m a m a m h a r a m a a.aavT aL a.a am a a . a a a.
(. . . . .
iIdiI I n n m 1 in 1 1 a rtrrt o 1 nn
mieresieu in one 01 ine parKiiiK-1
ci. -r , t,n.
i 4 a tvtiw
invited a few of his old friends here
see the great event from the deck
the .Erin. Llliuokalanl has complete
her new portfolio of music and Is bai
gaining with the publishers. The won
will contain her present known com
positions carefully arranged and some
new songs and music with, perhips, a
Is rather diffldent about
ler rhyme to the world.
but the verses are said to have genuine
literarv merit. The ex-Queens hous-
hold consists of two Hawailans her
secretary and a native woman and
servants. She entertains friends in a
modest wp.y. but herself makes fewJ
calls. Mr. Wilson found her sitting on
the lawn at dusk, thrumming an uku-
In New York Mr. Wilson met Frank
Nichols of Wall. Nichols and A. A.
Montano, the Manoa dairyman. He
went to a roof garden to see a show
called "The Hawaiian Queens." but of
course It was a coarse fraud. Mr. Nich
ols has been buying holiday goods.
Mr. Montano. a month ago, visited Ilo-
pota, from which place, as a boy, he
I .Montano iounu tne revolution season
. Britisher were In such prc.s to
depart that they chartered a small
steamer and went on an excursion to
a distant port. Mr. Montano has left
New York. He Is going, by water, to
I visit one or more of the South or Cen
I trai American States.
J. J. Egan met In New York "Jim
Lynch.- formerly manager of the Ho
nolulu Falrchlld shoe store. Lynch
was Idle, but expected to toon get Into
one of the big wholesale house.
ThU week part of the Hawaiian Til
lage company has been showing to
Rood business In a tent at Hastings,
Neb., where a gTat street fair Is un
der way. Patronage on the Midway
here continues uniformly and striking
ly bad. The Omaha buU having the
Island village. Filipino. Cuban, and
some other concessions, are pretty sick
luciaus, i in uv nupuai at iuc r.spv
sltion grounds, but Is not seriously HI.
She was wishing she was at' home to
enter the Queen's Hospital.
Buffalo Hill's Wild West show was
here on the ISth lnL In the after
noon tho audience was lS.O and In
the evening 21.000. I had a good seat
at the matinee, and after the perform
ance was ptesented to Colonel Cody, a
friend of my boyhood days, by Isabel
la Perry, of Honolulu. Buffalo Hill
has aged frightfully, but Is yet a most
picturesque end attractive figure. They
had to quit selling tickets at each open-1
1I,K""U ul u. MV , anu a par-
ticket wnron. Tho eAf inr Is shelter!
and the show Is given In an oblong I
th-iarna oi uwui nve acres area, mere
are nuoui w people, .u norscs. 01
mules, G buffalo, old Demi wood stage
coach. United States mall coach, and
machine field artillery. Keats of rid
ing, roping and drilling are little less
than marvelous. In the congress of
rough riders arc bona fide representa
tives of twelve nations. Barring the
Mexicans, none of the performers ap
proach In frarlrssne. dexterity and
skill the American cowboys and caval
rymen. Colonel Cody has a select band
of theatrical Indians. "The charge up
San Juan Hill" was produced In mot
realistic and exciting fashion by the
entire organization. . Some remarkable
marksmanship was shown by- Annie
Oakley, Johnny linker and Colonel Co
dy. The buffalo hunt was decidedly
thrilling and the scenes of '.'Indian 'At
tack on Stage Coach" and "Indian At-
tark on Settler's Cabin' were epTlal-
ly well done. A light artillery drill
was an. exciting number. It was all
fre' and new and spirited and extra
ordinary, ami th" auillenct was in a
frenzy half the tfm
The Hawaiian with Buffalo Hill
are: Hoapali. cousin of Morris Waho-
kalalole. once St. Iouls College stu
dent, oner Iron Works employe, later
Kulla. road tuna, etc., Ia dUtrlct;
c.eorge Makalena. etiwboy: Isabllal
IVrry. Rebecca Nakea. Miss Perry Is
native of Manoa. dauchter of a Por -
I lntiioa w V A .t ti m I.Im I!. KmJ
'I"" V. v
lhvfv nrr mother was a native worn-
an. It was Isabella Terry who was
taken from the bay the night the na-
1 wwn iruiu inn nicni id? na -
live man with whom she wa Jumping
from the Australia to an Island steam-1
drownc,L yu,s pcrTy tol(, roJ
1 t u'..ni,i riMrn t.t
and In November she was to wed a
I theatrical man at Chicago. Tbe Ha -
" U" 1V V' . ' "?"C .,n
i uu Fiaiemeni tnai iney are writ ireai -
ed In every war and are fullr satis -
though they would very much
"KP w mora prominrni in me per-
.7" '."- .tr'-."""'1. the bufiness of the mil
i lit' ma a 1 i riiii i iui aaivxs im
the grand as.emblr and the farewell
I . ... ... , ..
if imi'n r i iinr n rii n n n mi i nnr
lnnn.l lit. rwwltlor. In m.a f .l
i"1 - t.... .
lion, un, yes; tny are in " anricnt
lrolump. tnr thf wnmrn Ihl l rI
I - - - - - - - - - - - - " -
I . ... ... . . .1
iiair. no ncaiirr. I n men iooKei
hlla hlla. for thov knew manr Iiland-
era were looking. The men had bright -
colored sections of cheap window cur -
tainlng for saddle blankets. trousrs.
ni'iuiiuK ami i nuwjoinr iiur. coais
of floor matting and a headdrcs that
looked like the half of a com nut shell
with a plume plugged In. This Is not
at all liked, but Mls Terry ana two of
I the boys have been promU'tl that next
season they will be Mgnrd to do wa"
trfal fsh r,In- ho
this year In New ork Mai
coCj October II. after playl
March & and
ng all the
Eastern. Southern. Middle and moat
of the Western States.
Rev. Charles M. Hyde. Mrs. HydeK, "H l4J rw,,uoa m ,r3
and Miss C. Hyde reached Omaha on T:
the 21st in the morning and left In
twenty-four hours for San KrancUco.
rlfi f Vi a 1 T M-i 1 1 ..Vll.li
Joenh It fhrrfr.n Mr- t
Atherton and their son. Alexander.
registered at the Millard
an hotel In Omaha, on
IhA "lt nr,l f.f 1 V. . f,.. AM .V.
Ther saw unmrthlnc of th cltv nrAl
4he Exposition. Rev. Dr. Hyde! la a S . 5ttvS
oller chair, was able to gel around IfrliVSJl
the grand court and to enjoy the glo- ?lZJlttifn2l'
rllius picture. All three were delight- ' T 'iS ?i ttTA:
od with the "White City' and pleaded f?.1 A4 hZ!?b J1
enjoyl the Exposition and mo,: cor- r;i?cr;l 'Zl, iwr3,,J AfrS'":- ,,:jJia- !voarrt -rd Portsamath. and
dlaily commended the dlplay made V:,!irau Ch.na. Jaj.an and tb- tary x.jr. a: AUoio', TLru I
for Hawaii. Oa the 22 Mr. Athmon cfl'Tn:.,,... , . T A?Kr l M'
and wife and son wre for son Urn , LLr 5 l-ii la ;.a. tb- m hatlr.g t-urrd the c.n-
zvtl of Exposition otTichls and were ;X.R,7,,f' "hIrh ' a!;)k,j:l-,'in V" lrl U'T l -:r jI Jri
given notable attention The tor In- ,;:J:,':, cvapaar. I f coR:derab.e Cun-ach can; ard tb wLc! cjf tbe
eluded a drive about the elty over th rnni",'"J'- la his parklrg brrie at rrr.trart Vr C7:k dlviita. V,.b
ground of tho (Jratrr rre-ica hn rh!f ica c aJ 2-r,V brrobt a!.cr;t sa.tiry ttcirt- la
Ha 1.?' " J" 4Ztr Am-C kllird In a day. and to dllrrr frrh that cltr.
a a a a T. a A.
(Continued on Page J.)
SIR THOS. UPTON
Owner of lie Stat
UADEFOHTU: DY ADVEOnSlIS
And Gives Away fortunes In Char
ity The Wonderful Business of
a Wonderful Man.
Sir Thomas Upton, owner of the
Shamrock, was askrd bow one can
achieve success simitar to his ova, and
replied: 'AdTerlUe freely 'and Jod!-
ind succe Is bound to fol-
Tmenty-lwo years ago bi opened bis
ur1 provisioa siore. ne naa no assui-
SIR THOMAS LUTON.
aat. By day and far iMo the nUbt h
. . . ' . . 1 n"
I'1, " uacfr nu
I'01 rounter. A the money began to
IreiraA I . m
w as prni
1 , .
Ith" original advertiser In Glaa
gow. tendon was his next "abiding
u . . t-f
I r t4-M,HS- -"t or
Th'n hlly Investigated mat-
I by going Over the globe. DOtlCC
i i fr u. . . .
1 w " MM w
am.-. e ee j .
urK IU ol '-oica ne tame-
inj- pi ibio execution, ana oy ue
U4,!,?,U aM of am ale ad
la,gow store develop Into one of
Institutions In the morJd.
two years ago hlr Ttnna I.ijmn
,,,M UHi'IUf ripriZrCl OJ
, t ,
I ujij. -4UKnpuis iir s;oc
I In hl ltialn-a ulttinif iK. uinM
- . - 1 . - . M
i .... .... .. .... ...
"iM,a 01 UP,M lm.lj. is lU.Wfl.-
1 Wl. an woat sucrt M air Thomas tad
I . . .
1 may lc gauged from th fart thaioter
I r-j-.fA- worth of stock was cagrr-
ly applied for. It was tL larg-l
amount eer subxilbrd to u" coa
cern. The 10 p-r rnt ordinary IS 'ock I
now celling on the toek Ilxehaage fr
nearly IIS. Th company at prrat
ctintrols tro stnrts and several hundrl
arnrlcs throughout Rrat Ilrllaia.
Thr arc 01 trr In InIon alone.
In all thec branch- rtrrythlng la the
way of fcKl produrta caa h- par-
aft. . 1 - ..... f 0 . .
I "Trl -. . . . I
I ZZr : ,' .
tn uiv if u cy
I -4V ' -- ln
spirits arr th latnt acfluUlUost to
1 ,"r" ".
- ;l.Xr(7. '
-a , iim u -aesjt. the coapaay holding II.
L rX Af worth of various liquors. New
the evening of or lbMr v are Vlng o-
vwr 111 tTK3ar.y,
rnat In cxkv condition thro-achm
ut the I
fniteml S:atr-s no fc-r than ceo
road refrigerator nrt arc calif 1 into
reqtiUltlnnl TtseM cars, too, f bis
The hcaQuaners of Upton bv a
frostxre of rlttl blocks. One of Lla
sights of London Is the tea drart
taeaL For years the market wxa ov
rrstocVed with very cheap r
and China teas tot rrQclrrd vera
to red la Load. It was daring this
ivriod that Up ton eubUb4 ta
enormous caaUter trade of blra4
tra. Tbrre has bera rrmxxlf m very
marked tin la tb ralu of tbe cSmm
rst.tea. and some Deader Law rva
oa the China stocks and rihausted
them. Hat LJptoa xxf Indiaa mad
Oyloa oaly. bleaded with laftnlte dis
cretion, and raited by actual test, rec
ti laxly made, to the water of tbe van
oa districts la which tbe tra Is cold.
lor the panoses of the tasler ao-
ples of drtaklcj-cleT are periodical
ly despatched froa tba provtrt to
xa ta baceaeat L i are ctac&a ox
chests, all duty paid and farther teas
ap?U are about to pour la froa tbe
bonded stores, released by the par-
meat of a rcrord check to the cetera
This a opreoedeC Tr4 cca-
trlbatloa to the rrreaae came ahoat la
the ordinary roars of butlee tact
for purposes of atJrrrtlscracaL or la
anlldnatloa of a probab!e eitra datjr
oa tea. la point of facL tea doe act
remain very lose la the
Hary bieader. oa the floors
hungrily demand IL CLefts, stelertrJ
according to their mark, are brcTa
opea. and. oa the formula prt-ccrlbs3
by exprrt. thtlr oateats are mlxc3.
Kr this purpoNi two great ?y?rT
drlvea by electric motors, rath c?zZJL3
of dealing with tmo Ions at one cLrc
are kept employed. A very lageaioca
rcelbo.1 of preventing tbe arc! 3 ratal
mixing of call or other mttal which
may come out of the chms of tea.
whea tbe contents are patting throcsa
the blending and catting stagrs Is that
of a magnetic attachment to tb zaa
chlncs. which dras anything of , tho
kind out of the tea when It I first
placrd In tht m. The mixed t-a Is pat
In bins and placed at tbe end of loa
tables: and It U the ap;riraoc of a
mm-w'on of tbcte tal.ln blrh af
fords a on! quo stectaclr. ?lnn hsp-ry-lf"Uag
glrl, ararlns vblte Hnca
chn rapt, are at aoik at ah..
- Ta U -pat u;. In a variety of
Pkax. but tt r.r--l f-atur is the
anl!r. Now- Uj.u n d tit a give an
fij-r 10 ano:r.r z.rm rr li square
tins; b raaim thm hlTTiHf. After
jch drmoanration one U tjulte pre
jafr 1 to fiihcxtxtr that Uptcn tnakea
t o: only all hl oa packing ca. tmt
rtery latjcy Un. frtjra the vrrll irl
f la lb? r:a!-uaJfl hand-palnled
:ik-CU blears tKn.'n rklff mrA
I that he cmp'oys n lbe o&r hand the
Iatct American and other Ingaloua
macalnery for panlng and wiring to-
I father the plrvcs tf milltard. and. cm
I flf C jl Zl T lYrtif S A tf fl - ff sae
.V. -L". S
eoers of tb- taot rlattoratelr
ft dors not come as a urprt" alter
witnMlng ib" o;rratloas to e-ctrr a
larg" and wT:i-equlr;d prerooaa
whet color prlaung Is rxcellratly
dos and la which. If ced te, oa
saddea chtn re of price, a cil
lioa llsta can te marhlntsl all taut de
lay, last Is one rrxoa why tbe Crsa
prefers to !e their ota print era. 1
which ihet are employed. Tbra
too. It, fy art alx tbHr ova slaiioaem.
making a a aorfmr&t of ldgvrs. ar-
roant books, and cbk touchers hka
the rompllratrr nature of the bula0
has cal3d Into rui4tJca.
All tb drpanrant m:r. of xfurm
not maintains for ls a1ua tbt ia
cot?r-. fcr la!aar. in tTy ad
ace; there Is coroa. tro. an lncvc
Icg artkle cf ma 11 a. ; i J on. b)ch tua
decjaad! tb- um cf r-jy )6rrful
machinery, fully U.oki urta cf
tram prrr.M-. cailU and crlndlag ap
taratus are la "juration in a baUdiag
that U undergoing an tjlargearsit.
and la hih sotk cn on c'.rbt and
Joc.mber el. In Uhalbrr buildltiX.
Is a rang- of trti and m tk rr- turn
tag e.-jt ::oa Motray jtis. Tbra
tbi- t a sausage factoty. whre oaly
tb- tt pork Is convened Stito tb
1 iiicini dalaty, by sntaas of znachi
rry. which !doi brings us oa a lev
x mlih the Chicago model-a psjj at
'- end. a uuMXf at the o'her ad.
.ttlr.g ia aa odorous tniwrr. th
:mI bo cc;ctjn5i ib pk-e.
Ub 1 fxTdl a iTTitJiitig half
t!. s-r- u ri l Kjr f a' su(YKafal
jkusac- I la :d by at rcsy Tad Lacvti
smoking la lcf:y -boaM.- or shafts,
through which axtid the turn- tf
burning oak. sadut. and t ;on cif
hams aad ths sTacnucd e-ach cbr
as Coor ::rr CcKr Is rraxbd by tb
Lp!ca raters for tht caatc. aad
bea b: huge sapplT of teaay K-d-t!s
r.f pkW. praay pots of iaa. aid
otb-r ptay worths far the soldier
will nuly sjnd a jeaey at a ilor.
though lice. wLra panklaxly
feuve. !.e latent la a tla cf taisxm.
Similarly the navy caatas are sp-j.;:-4
with htsrlt aot tarluded sa Lb
raUoas aliased by the Cavrrrrnt-t.1.
This tan;!J?ry axd aaral work ass Vd
to the formatloa cf depots at Ia!a.
n. crn:pany !rar: cd for tbe fwj-
Continued ea Tage 5J