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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, AUGU8T 1, 1901.
8 Canadi an -Australian Royal Mail Steamship Company Bt-.am.rs or th above line running 1 n connection with ths CANADIAN PA CIFir RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Byeney, . T ud calling at Victoria, B. C. Hono lulu, and Brisbane, Q.. are IDuLe at SIorLol-u-lVL. On or about the dates below stated, Tlx: THE PACIFIC romnurcial Advertiser Entered at the Postofflce at Honolulu, H. T., Second-class Matter. Prom Sydney and Brisbane, for Vic toria and Vancouver, B. C: MIOWEKA AO RANG I . ..AUG. 28 .SEPT. 25 From Vancouver and Victoria, for Brisbane and Sydney: AORANGI AUG. 3 MOANA AUG. 31 MIOWERA SEPT. 28 Issued Every Morning Except Sunday by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY, Von Holt Block, No. 65 South King St. A. W. PEARSON Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: For the United States (including" Ha waii Territory): 3 months $2 00 6 month 4 00 1 vear 8 00 Advertising rates on application. The magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited," Is now running Call BETWEEN VANCOUVER AND MONTREAL, making the run ta 1W kours without change. The finest railway service In the world. Sfereugh tickets Issued from Honolu lu to Canada, United States and Buree Fr freight and passage and all gen eral Information apply to Thee 3. Dafles 4 Co , Ltd., Sen'l Agtt Oceanic Steamship Co irrv kl line will arrive and leave this port The fine Passenger Steamers of this hereunder: FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, AT 4 p. m IZEALANDIA. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. f:!TOMA AUG. 6 MATTPOSA AUG. 21 VINT LIRA AUG. 27 ALAMBDa SEPT. 11 E3BRA SEPT. 17 ALAMEDA OCT. 2 SONOMA OCT. 8 ALAMEDA OCT. 23 VENTURA OCT. 29 'ALAMEDA NOV. 13 BEER R A NOV. 19 ALAMEDA DEC. 4 FROM SAN FRANCISCO. SIERRA AUG. MARIPOSA AUCi. 17 SONOMA AUG. 28 ALAMEDA SEPT. 7 VENTURA SEPT. 18 ALAMEDA SEPT. 28 SIERRA OCT. 9 ALAMEDA ; OCT. 19 SONOMA OCT. 30 ALAMEDA NOV. 9 VENTURA NOV. 20 ALAMEDA NOV. 29 11 Hi Li Hi TIME TABLE. From and after Jan. 1, 1901. OUTWARD. Daily Daily Bally Dally Daily p.m. 6:10 5:30 8:10 Stations. ex. ex. Sun. Sun. a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. Honolulu . . 7:10 9:15 11:05 :15 Pearl City .. 8:03 9:48 11:40 3:47 Ewa Mill ....8:32 10:08 12:00 4:05 Waianae 10:50 4:45 Walalua 11:56 5:40 Kahuku 12:32 6:15 Stations. INWARD. Daily Dally Dally Dally ex. Sun. a.m. In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents are pre pared to Issue, to intending passengers. Coupon Through Tickets by any railroad, from San Francisco, to all p oints in the United States, and from Maw York by any steamship line to all European ports. "FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, APPLY TO . S,. Wm G. IRWIN & Co LIMITED General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co. Kahuku Waialua Waianae .-. Ewa Mill 5:50 Pearl City 6:15 Honolulu 6:50 G. P. DENISON, Superintendent. a.m. 5:35 6:10 7:10 7:45 8:03 8:36 F. C. p.m. 1:05 1:30 2:05 p.m. 2:08 2:60 3:55 4:32 4:52 5:26 SMITH, G. P. & T. A. METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. By the Government Survey, Published Every Monday. Pacific Mai! Steamship Co. Occidental & Oriental S.S. Co and Toyo Kisen Kaisha. Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave this port -so or about the dates below mentioned: . jStik FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. PERU . . AUG. COPTIC AUG. AMERICA MARU AUG. PEKING AUG, GAELIC SEPT. HONGKONG MARU SEPT CHINA ( FOR SAN FRANCISCO. 1 PEKING AUG. 3 9 GAELIC AUG. 18 17 HONGKONG MARU AUG. 24 24 CHINA AUG. 27 8 DORIC , SEPT. 11 NIPPON MARU SEPT. 13 SEPT. 19 PERU SEPT. 21 For general Information apply to P. M. S. S. Co. H. Hackfeld & Co., It 111 litiiiii New York to Honolulu via Pacific Com THE SPLENDID NEW STEEL STEAMERS B. S. AMERICAL, 6,000 tons, to sail About July 16 0. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail U. S. CALIFORNIAN, 6,000 tons, sailed from New York June 16th; will load on Puget Sound about August 20th, for Hawaiian Ports. Freight received at Company's wha rf, Forty-second street, South Brook lyn, at all times. For further particulars, apply to H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD. C F. MORSE, General Freight Agent. AGENTS, HONOLULU. Hustace & 2o.. Ltd. qqeen st James F. Morgan, President; Cecil Brown, Vice President; F. Huataca Secretary; Charles H. Atherton, Audit or; W. H. Hoogs, Treasurer aa Manager. dkalebs Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith Coa WHOLESALE N0 RETAIL. ? sasom. THsaa. ?g f ; h5 B . S ? : s s . : . : - e - o 20 SO 0?I29 98 78 84 .C6 72 6-2 Ni 4 8 21 80 01 29 fit. 74 4 CO 6 2 nb 3 M 22 29.991.93 74 i-4 0 : 68 6 NB 4 T 28 SB - 29 90 88 84 01 8 A NB S W 24 29 9i29 9C 69 80 'CSl 6-1 2-0 T 2- 29 9m Hi 67 85 04 6613 ne 2-1 P if -H feb i. I 74 83 .0i 61jS NB 4 I M HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Honolulu, July 31, 1901. NAME OF STOCK. MSBCANTILB. 0. Brewer & Co N. e.Saehs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.. UB. Kerri Co., Ltd. Classified Advertisements. Capital Val 1,000 000 100 8UGAH. 6o,oo': aco.ooo Bid Ask. 100 50 iwa Samoa Haw. Agricultural Cc daw. Coin. A Hug. Hawaiian Sugai Co.. . Sonomu Hoaokaa Haiku Kahuku glhei Plan. Co.Lt Elpahnlu Soioa Sena Sugar Co. UcBryde 8. Co.Lt. A j A Paid up r Sahikuugar Co. A j Paid up I Oahn Sugar Co Onomea Ookala o.&h Sugar Co. LtAi . " Paid up Olowalu Paac ban 8ug . Plan ..Co Pacific Paia Pepeekeo Pioneer Waialua Agr. Co Walluku Vaimanalo Waimea I 8TBIM9HIP 0O3. Wilder 8. 8. Co Inter-Island 8. 8. Co. . Miscellaneous Hawaiian Sleet. ic co Hon. Bp. Tr. A Ld. Co. Mutual Telephone Co. O. B. A L. Co. i People's Ice A Kef. Co. Banks first National Bank... First Am. Ba rings Bk. A Trust Co 5,000,000 i 175,000 ' 1,000,000 ; 2,312,750 j 2,000,000 ! 750,000 j 2,000,000 1 50C.0OO 500,000 ! 2,500,000 110.000 ; 300,000 ! 500,000 ; 832,500 j 1,650,000 ! 20 100 100 100 20 100 20 100 20 50 100 100 100 20 20 20 20 100 20 20 20 20 42f 100 46 WANTED. UNFURNISHED five or six room house. Address P. O. box 570. 5924 FIRST-CLASS milliner and saleslady. Apply at the M. E. Kiliean. Co., Ltd., Hotel street. 5923 A LOT 100x1.50 will make THREE LOTS SOnr, 25 25i4 18 21 10 8,600.000 1,000.000 600,000 812,600 2.500,000 150,000 100 ' 5,000,000 j 50 500,000 100 750,000 1 100 750,000 ! 100 ! 2,000,000 I 100 j 4,500,000 i 100 700,000 252,000 125,000 32 i 150 2?5 rs ii 1)0 170 " 9 11 13 Bonds. Haw. Govt. 5 per cent, alio B. K. Co. 6 per ct. Hon. K.T. & L. Co Kwa Plantation 6 w.c. 0. B. A L.. Co Oahu Plant, 6 p. c. . . . Olaa Plan . 6 o. e Waialua Ag. Co. 8 p, c 500,000 500,000 250,000 250,000 89.0C0 2,000,000 150,000 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 10 100 100 80 95 135 13 14 143 "m 275 175 100 86 S77H A SECOND-HAND flat-bottomed boat, with centerboard;. must be in good condition. W. W. Dimond. 5923 $1,000.00 To enlarge a well established business. Quick returns; no risks. Address "Q.," Advertiser. 5920 A WOMAN to do family washing. In quire at this office. 5918 SITUATIONS WANTED. JAPANESE; first-class cook. Address 'S.," Advertiser. 5923 BY A first-class had experience. 865. Japanese Address cook; has P. O. Box 5922 100 100 105 96 101 105 9 ICO 85 110 1C2 ioo 102 102 Barometer corrected to 32 F. and sea level, and for standard gravity of Lat. 45. This correction is .06 for Honolulu. TIDES, SUN AND MOON. c tton Cues Wed.. rhur. frtd.. a.' p.m. 3! 1 o. Ft. a. in 2.54 18 2 a 2 c n a.m.ip.m. he s 7. 44:iG. 04 5.32 6.41! 8 68 '..t... S Hon.. 5 3.30! 1 9 8.C2! 8.28j 10.27 6.32 6.40 4.54 4.03j 1.9, 8 47 9 1810.5i 5. 8j 6.891 5 51 4 42! 1 8 4.26 ! 9.58:11 22 5.88 6 S9 7 41 6. 14110. 15, 11 55 5. S4 6.88; &.H I 17 5 54 6 S5 721 1.7 1.8 6 CO a to 1.8 7.55 1 40 p.m. 5. 46 871 9 06 0. 27 14 42 5.34 6. i 9 43 : I ! 1. C6 2-02 5.85 6. 86 10 33 Full moon on the 29th at 9:51 a. m. Times of the tide are taken from the United States Coast and Geodetic Sur vey tables. The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur about one hour earlier than at Honolulu. Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours 90 minutes slower than Greenwich time, he ing that of the meridian of 157 degrees 30 minutes. The time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which is the same as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun and moon are for local time for the whole group. SHIPPINU INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Wednesday, July 31. Stmr. Mikahala, Gregory, from Ele ele, Makaweli and Waimea, at 6:45 a. m., with 3,350 bags sugar, 2 horses, 170 bags rice, 31 packages sundries. U. S. A. T. Thomas, Buford, from San Francisco, at 9:15 a. m. Am. sp. J. B. Brown, Knight, seventy-six days from Newcastle, with coal. Hilo and Puna Div. SALES. Morning Session Seventeen Olaa, as sessable, 82.75. Afternoon Session Five Ookala, $13.25; 10 Kahuku, $22.25. Between boards Five hundred Ewa, $25; 50 Hawaiian Sugar, $30; 100 Kahuku, $22.50. DIVIDENDS PAID. Per cent C. Brewer & Company 2 Haiku 2 Hawaiian Sugar Company 2 Kahuku 1 Paia 2 Waimanalo 2 Waimea Mill Company 1 Oahu 1 Kwa 1 Wailuku 6 Koloa 5 Kipahulu 5 Honokaa 15 cents DIVIDENDS PAID JULY 15. Per cent Hawaiian Ag. Company 2 Honomu 2 Ookala 1 O. R. & L. Co ..50 cents SALES DURING JULY. One thousand and six Ewa, $25 to $26; 490 Hawaiian Sugar, $30 to $34; 110 Ka huku, $22.25; 17 Kihei, $11 to $11.50; 200 Mc Bryde, assessable, $8; 344'McBryde, paid up, $10.25 to $10.50; 203 Oahu, $132.50 to $137.50; 135 ookala, $13.25 to $14.75; 672 Olaa, assessable, $2.25 to $3; 120 Olaa, paid up, $13.50; 136 Pioneer Mill, $90 to $102.50; 410 Waialua, $86 to $90; 22 Mutual Telephone, $9; 1000 Hilo R. R. Co. bonds (Hilo and Puna Div.), $100; 4,000 Ewa Plantation bonds, $101 to $101.50; 15,500 Oahu R. & L. Co. bonds, $104 to $104.50; 1,000 Waialua Agricultural bonds, $102.50. FOR RENT . STORE and cottage at 217 School street, corner Achi Lane, next to new bridge. Enquire, Hoffman Saloon. 5924 COTTAGES at Palama; Peterson lane. Apply to C. F. Peterson, 15 Kaahu manu street. 5917 VERY desirable cottage residence, six rooms, panty and bathroom; sanitary arrangements throughout; furnished or unfurnished; near Punahou Col lege. Apply to "O.," this office. 5917 NICELY furnished and airy rooms, at the Elite, 164 Hotel street. 5916 NICE six-room cottage, on Lunalilo, near Pensacola street. Emmett May, Judd building. 5915 OFFICES FOR RENT. IN BREWER building. Queen street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. 5ST8 FOR SALE. THIRTY-FIVE fine hickens. Just oft the ranch; all but a few, 9-months'-old layers; healthy and plump. Call at Hedem'an house, Nuuanu street, Ewa side, next door to Mrs. Mary Foster's. 5926 ALL kinds of standard books, on easy monthly payments. New York Book Supply Co., 200 Judd building. 5SW8 A. GARTENBERG'S fine residence property in Kapiolanl Park on the beach. Address P. O. Box 226. 6811 ON EASY monthly payments; educa tional, medical and lawbooks. New York Book Supply Co., room 200, Judd building. 6908 Yet we sell lota in college ems at tKn , . uie price a iou third the size in ie it locations. The car Hn, m operation long bf0 can complete your honi. JlJM The sale, agent ir McClellan, Pond & and Castle & Lansdala Albert Rai FINANCIAL AGENT stock and bond bro Member of Honolulu Stock En Orders for the purchase or Stocks and Bonds caroJulh promptly executed. Loans negotiated. OFFICE Ground floor, Judd Postofflce box 890. Telephone 91 HONOLULU. LOST. DEPARTED. - Wednesday, July 31. Waialeale, Piltz, for Kilauea and "r5 eciai attention givon t Drayins. Also, Black ai White Sand. Telephone Main 295. CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S New York Line Ship Helen Brewer will sail from NEW YORK for HONOLULU, on or about Seat. 1, 1901 ft sufficient inducements are offered. Vr freight rates apply to CHAS. BREWER & CO. 17 Kilby St., Boston. C. BREWED & CO., LTD. HONOLULU. the Dairy Advertiser; ata. tl sents w 1. IRWIN ft CO., LTD, Wm. G irwln.. President and Manage) Claus -s, i .-kels First Vice Preildem- W. M. "ard.. .Second Vice Preslden H. M. Whitney Jr... Treasurer and Bet George W. Ross Audit SUGAR FACTORS AND " amission Agents AGENTS FOR THE OceaWi teamship Compaq Of San Francisco, CaL Str Anahola, at 4 p. m. S. S. Moana, Carey, for Victoria and Vancouver, at 5 p. m. DUE TODAY. S. S. Peru, Pillsbury. from San Fran- j bilities CISCO. Alert Not Coming. It was learned July 23 that the re modeled training ship Alert will not after all be sent on a voyage to Hono lulu and Yokohama with apprentices, on account of the inability of the ves sel to carry sail. Several weeks ago the Alert came down from Mare Island after having been laid "Up for three years undergoing repairs and an over hauling, and was scheduled to sail July 5th for Yokohama. Instead of sailing, however, the ship returned to Mare Isl and, ostensibly to have slight repairs made to the condensers. Now conies the information from an apparently re liable source that a test made In dry dock at the island showed that the Alert, although well down in the wa ter, would not carry sail. On this ac I count, instead of sending the vessel on a long trip across the Pacific, she will : first be taken for a trip along the I coast to Puget Sound, when a practical i test of" the Alert's sail-carrying capa- Wlll be made. A HAWAIIAN dollar buckle, enamel ed, between Waikiki and town. Please return to "C," Advertiser of fice. 5915 FOUND. A GENTS' bicycle; ownCr can have by calling at this office, proving prop erty and paying all expenses. 5920 Corporation Notices. NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT at the annual meeting of the stock holders of McCabe, Hamilton & Ren ny Co., Ltd., held in this city on July 24, 1901, the following officers were elected to serve during the ensuing year: President, A. A. Young. Vice President, Thos. McLean. Manager, W. C. W. Renny. Secretary, B G. Holt. Treasurer, Chas. H. Atherton. Auditor, H. A. Isenberg. B. G. HOLT, 5920 Secretary. Business men can save many hours Accross the Corniced From SAN FRANCISCO-PORTLA-i THRRF! TRAINS DAILY FROM SAN RUfl TWO TRAINS DAILY From Portland. Oii line Days 1 1 on four Pi it ii NOTICE ANY PERSONS OR FIRMS HAV ing claims or Dills against the Honolu lu Stevedore Company will please send them at once to the undersigned. J. A. GILMAN, President, Honolulu Stevedore Co. 5920 I PASSENGERS. Arrived. Per str. Mikahala, July 31, from Eleele, Makaweli and Waimea A. F. Brock and wife, L. Nakapaahu, J. Cattwall, George Fuller, G. B. Curtl3, Ahung Kee and wife. Miss A. Nord- meyer, Mrs. Gall and three children, More Sugar Boats. The schooner Dora Bluhm, twenty two days from Hanamaulu, arrived at San Francisco, July 20, with 7.754 bags of sugar; the barkentine J. C. Pnueger, twenty-four days from Honolulu, 24,000 bags of sugar; the schooner Mary E. Foster, seventeen days from Honolulu, 29,650 bags of sugar, and the schooner V ,7 rr- , " 5- , V::,';G W. Watson arrived from tne ls.anag Joe Madeiros, Miss Susie Nakapaahu, t . . . , , . i 1111 a ' n ' j ctiiu eleven ufuft. Per s.s., Moana. July 31, from the Colonies John Richardson, John W. Brown, T. J. Caron, John Brett, Thom as E. Thorpe. Departed. Per s.s., Moana, for Victoria and Vancouver J. M. Dowsett, wife and three children, W. O. Smith and wife. Miss Katherine Smith, Mrs. T. H. Hob ron, Mrs. S. Thompson, J. F. Morgan, W. F. Dunn, A. McKibbin, Mrs. Dow sett, A. R. Gullachson, Mrs. Sarah P. Felcherson, C. V. Smith, Miss Delia Griswold, Mrs. Clapham, Mr. and Mrs. Dennison, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McLen nan, Elizabeth Mackenzie, W. J. Low rie and wife, Charles Hustace Sr., Miss Hustace, H. Shark, C. T. Conrad, R. C. Lydecker, J. E. Pope, Mrs. Ellis, A. Holmes, Allan White and wife, P. H. C. Ryan, S. R. Ramsay, R. Loughter, E. de Silva, C. D .Brown, M. Rae, D. C. Spencer. KIHEI ASSESSMENT NOTICE THE THIRTEENTH AND FINAL assessment of 5 per cent, or 2.60 peT share, on the Kihei Plantation Co., Ltd., Btock, has been levied, and will become due and payable at the offices of Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd., on the 15th day of June, 1901. Interest bear ing after the 15th day of July. 190L J. P. COOKE, Treas., Klhel Plantation Co., Ltd Honolulu. May 20. 1901. 5861 NOTICE. Change in Sailing Steamers "Mokolii" and "Lehua," with The bark Rhoderick Dhu, Captain Johnson, sailed July 20 for Hilo, with July 31st. nassengers and a full cargo of freight. The steamer The Pacific Mail steamer Colon, which carried several hundred Porto Ricans to Hawaii, returned to port July 20, in ballast, nine days from Honolulu. The steamer "MOKOLII" will dis continue running after Wednesday, LEHUA" will sail every Monday at 5 p. m. for Halawa, Pelekunu, Wailau and Kalaupapa; re turning will arrive in Honolulu Tues day nights. Will sail on Wednesdays for Kaunakakai, Kamalo, Pukoo, Ka- ' linlnnnlo . T.-.,-,., . .,! T n U n I . n o n A DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL STA-. m. Weather clear; i:". ST" cl"1""'s iuiu ouuutty iiiui iimga. Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet Smoking and Library I Barber Shops and rif Ine Rooms. Dineine Cars. Meals a la Cart Free Reclining Chair Care. Pullman Ordinary Sleepere. J. H. LOTHROP, General A 135 Third St., roru. D. W. HITCHCOCK, General. jn l Monteomery San Franc Or E. L LOMAX, G. P. & T. Omaha, I Home for Sa On Thur Avenue TTTV-ROflM HOUSE, gJ0il four bedrooms; lot 150xlSO; . ,,!irr..rs. ana servant" . Terms. On the upper a six-room cottage; prettily planted lot commanding good vi mortgage. end of Hackf three w; 13. 10 TION, Juiy 31, 10 p wind light E. WiNG LUNG CO. GROCERS rHESH FRUITS ON HAND AT ALL TIMES. King Street, orner STEAMERS TO ARRIVE. Name. From. Date. Peru S. F Aug. 1 City of Peking Yokohama Aug. 3 Aorangi Victoria Aug. S CnnMc S. W Aug. 9 THE WEATHER. Mean Temperature 78.0. Minimum Temperature 71. Maximum Temperature 83. Barometer at 9 p. m. 30.02; rising. Rainfall .12 inch, up to 9 a. m. Mean Dew Point for the Day 4.5. Man Relative Humidity 63. WINDS. N. E., 3; weather cloudy to clear; light showers just at evening. FORECAST FOR TODAY. Fresh trades and fair weather. CURTIS J. LYONS, Territorial " eorologist. WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Honolulu, T. H., July 29th, 1901. THE MELROSE. CASTLE 4 L Rooms 60 DJ " Stangenwald BuW Main Tl. Tel. BORN. King Street, near Walklkl Turn. TeL Blue S08L HAVING BEEN REFURNISHED and renovated, la now open, under new management. Rates, single, (54. 0C; couple, 9. 00 per month. Those desir ing good Board and Room can be commodated. 31, 1901, to the linger, a son. wife of Thomas Hoi- Gaelic Yokohama ..Aug. 13 i HOLLINGEU At Waikiki. Oahu, July ; Mariposa S. F Aug. 17 America Maru S. F Aug. 17 STEAMERS TO DEPART. Name. For. Date. Peru Yokohama Aug. 1 Zealandia S. F Aug. City ct Peking S. F Ang. Aorangi Sydney Aug. Coptic Yokohama Aug. Gaelic S. F Aug. America Maru Yokohama Aug. Mr Robertson, a prominent leather 1 merchant of Boston, who has been In 2 the Queen's Hospital for several weeks, 8 departed on the steamship Moana yes 1 1 terday for Vancouver. Mr. Robertson 9 was ill with nervous prostration, arid U upon the advice of his physician, makes 17 the change to a colder climate. WOMAN'S EXCHANiL 314 FORT ST. HAS FOR SALE THE BEST GBr eral assortment of Hawaiian and Pacl flc Island Curios in the city. Horn made Pol on Tuesdays and Frldava fhe Instruments Used In...... THE SILENT BARBFR SHOP Are Thoroughly Di.'irifeted Bsfor Using. JOSEPH FERNANDEZ, Pro., Arlington HoteL Hotel Street The Haw'n Realty and Mi Limited. r-WOlCB FORTY-Fl Via 0 deuce lots just oPe"n.aCft ers, comprising a s. b0 land adjoining tne each lot facing n aT and bounded by WjJ TW UJ calf and D-I- - . eelf is unquestionably. lng desirable on "- W to and from tn - market" Wide 'tree fgm high and alluvia "ceWjJ uated cllmatican ! un Terms most reason i w m inir homes Wiu - . ... ... or fllin their appl''siKie ; m W ' uaim fr.ml applies- ;- ,tIon will recen For full appiy i l"Va,( A -? street, over Casue Main 141. !' T v VP THE HA '--n receive ""nipte and """rt. MAT.