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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - February 28, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                fll'TOHIKSON DAILt NEWS FRIDAY, ttOBMKG, ttfcfcRMItY 28,1690 Style "A" Single Door-Closed. Our Style "D "-Side Board Attached to either Btyle "B"or Style "C" Refrlerstor. Style "E"-Side Board. The PEERLESS Eefrigerator M-a.wxjf'^ctxji^ed bit, Peerless Ice C Double Doors. The Company HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. We herewith show you a few styles of our Refrigerators, and this advertisement will continue but for a short time, it will be well for you to make a note of this after reading, so that if you are not ready to purchase at once you will remember us when you are ready to look into the merits of the Peerless. You are well aware that it costs money to make honest goods, ard as long as the Hutchinson Manufacturing Company make Refrigerators they will be made that way, and if in course of time we find that our business is not appreciated we will discontinue to manufacture them, as we propose to make the best or none. So far our sales have been beyond our expectations, so much so that we are making a larger number now than at any previous time. Yoa will hear this Patent Refrigerator spoken of, and that with rcnioveable lining, etc., so as to be cleaned. Use common sense in constructing a Refrigerator, get a pure air circulation and let the impurieties be carried off in the wastewater, and you will not have to keep your Refrigerator in the back alleys for fear that people will conclude on coming in the house that you have started a tannery on your premises. We have made several improvements to our Refrigerator this year, and expect to do so from time to time, as we feel confident that they are second to none, and for the benefit of some of our competitors making claims we still have confidence to offer the following on the Peerless: We will donate any charitable institution �50.00 if there is a better Refrigerator than the PEERLESS in the market to-day, and $50.00 to the party who can produce it. The qualities to be based on the economical use of ice, cleanliness and the preserving qualities of whatever is placed in the provision chnmber.  As mouey talks it is useless to say more.   Yours truly, COMPANY. Style "A "--Single Door. Style "6 "-Double Doors. SCENES IN SOUTH AMIGA. WONDERFUL TOWNS GROWN UP IN ITS GOLD CENTER. Juhaiitunl)iirc. h City Only Tiirew Yeiira Old, Yut It ltlvitU the Chief Touus of England-A Couch Jourtwy �f Thro* Uuiulretl   Mile*. �f Juhiinix&biirg js reached by a conch Journey from Kiinborloy of moro tlmti 1100 milts. The couch service i.s in the hands of two con-tractors, mill is an excellent service. The couches usocl an lifter lliu Cobb pattern, each couch currying iwelvo inside mid from six to ninu onthkiu passengers:, betides mails and lugtfUf,'e. They run daily, completing tho journey in three iluya and two nights, and are usually full of piuisaiigor.s, both on the up and down journey. The fitre either way is Jul- 1-s., which, with the additional charges for extra luggage, twenty-ilve pounds only being allowed, and extra charged at the rato of a penny p*r pound, nnd the charges for Uiw nmibi, leaves a very handsome prollt for the coalrurlofh. Thy coached uro dragged by hordes or toiukw, ninl liner cattle are not to be found in this colony than tho.-o employed inlhiswr-vice. Jeen formed. One of tho priucljuil features of Johannesburg is tho number of largo open sjhicos that have been provided for market squares und recreation grounds. Tho principal of theee i.s in the center of tho city. This forms the market square proper. Every morning It is Ailed with ox wagons ludeu.with produce, which the farmers bring in from all parts of tho Transvaal, and even from Natal, the Cape colony and the Free state, to be sold to tho highest bidder. The market house, a large brick building, covers tho center of this square, consisting of the market house proper, a large hull about 200 feet long and 100 feet broad, anil Burrouuded by coffee stalls. All tho materials used in the buildings, all tho doors und windows, the wood and the iron have been imported from England und America, und have been transported on ox wagons over 300 miles before reaching their destination. The price of labor is higher than m any other part of the world, and many dlfllcultlua have had to be overcome before a brick or a stone could be laid in the city. Perhaps the enterprising merchants of New York may also see that thero U here a vtwt field for trade, and those who uro experienced in the art of mining will also find that there is plenty of scope for their genius in a tUld where over ttOO gold companies have been floated, and many of them are at a low financial ebb, through the want of men of skill to deal with the refractory ore* that are being met with at increasing depths from the but-faoa-Klmberloy (South Africa) Latter. Ho wise man will risk his' success on a single crop, or in other awards, put all his eggs into om basket Ho wise man will neglect to have his tools in proper repair aud condition uaUl he wants to go to work in fluid or garden. ffo wise man wlU nagtoet to repair the floors of bis cattle stalls until after a vulua* U* dow or hone has broJMa a lag. Ko wiae man tr(Jl tail grata barky; la other words, be wfil not sail bis yearlings or two* yejMr*olds of tithar ottttl* or horses. AN  AUSTRALIAN   FAVORITE. KJss Myra Kemble, Who ltecently Deserted "the Colonics" (o Appear hi Ktiffland. On the recent retirement of Miss Essie Jenyns from the stage Mi�i Myra Kembh', tho lady who recently made a successful debut before u Jjoudon audience, seems t<: have at once taken a place, in the affections ol Australian playgoers. Just before her departure for England Miss Kemble was treated to an imposing farewell function nt Sydney, and Melbourne sadly grieved that it could not, from lock of tiino, accord liko honor to the popular actress. '"Miss Myra Kemble's btory," writes a representative of Tho i'ull Mall Uiidget, "as i' she told it to me utter n   fatiguing rehearsal, is one of paii'-nt, effort aud well earned Mieeejs.. She has had no Midden triumph, no matutinal awakening to Mud herself famous; only the capacity fur taking paiui nnd the reward of uulhiggiug parsevt-r-aucc. As a couscipicncc, M isa ICeiubie has attained t*� ai'tisiic as wojl as physical maturity, lint although not in the llr.st bloom of youth, Miss Keiuhle's fair, silky hair, blonde complexion and graceful carriage give her an excellent stage presence." Her lirst appearance on tho stage was in ISTJ, at a pantomime in Melbourne. Then the took up small tihiikespearuun parts, and in less than two years wus leading lady at the Victoria theatre. At VJ she played Lady Macbeth, being the youngest woman to attempt the role in Ausiiviiu. It ts said that she excels in those diillcult und delightful old school comedies ereuted by fcjheruian and contemporaries. Her btage name, ICemble, is that borne by her mother before marriage. Her father objected Ui her going on the stage, and so she did not take hi* name. Hhe is married, und was born in Ireluud. FRENCH   RULES  ON  EATING, The sweets are th< J ulie-;' ch"' The dish of whici: nobody ha iuken twice forms a lesson to tho conk:. In any case, und whoever may sit noxt to hlm, a gluttou should not l�e in love while he Is eating. A quiet conscience is almost indispensable to a thorough enjoyment of the meal. It is tho honest man who enjoys his dinner best. People who are fond of fish are generally of a very quiet disjwsition, on account of tho fish bones. Eat slowly and only a little at a time. It is the way to eat lung and pleasantly. Before ^iing of tho hot dishes it U well to let the steam from them rise slowly up to you. You deprive yourself of u delicate pleasure if you utt'icl: u i vithout having first enjoyed it* perfume. Tho side t'iijie:, donV deserve any notice, but if, throi^h diversity of taste, some one should become, enthusiastic about these trifles, there is no reason why a double share of them should not be  r. Price's On1*" iinJriiiR Powder doea nritrontain /mmonin, time or Altmi. Dr. Price's Dellcltmfl I'lavonnu r~x "ricts, Vcallla, Lemon, Orange!, Alraond, Kokc, etc., do not contain I'CtBonous Oils ot Choci lyu* PRICEBAHrHft POWDER CO..  Wowr yortt.  Chioajso   *.u toois. The Peoples State Bank. Capital Stock $100,000. Southeast Cor. Main and Sherman Sts., Hutohine General Banking Business in all Branches Interest Paid on Time Deposits. I. �. JUMBY. I. WIMJOX, F. B OHKIBMAN, JOSH OB&FKUI, . G. W. HARDY, Preaident. W. T, ATK1NBON, Oubler. JOHN HALI,, Vioe-Preridwt. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE. Capital $100,000. Surplus $6,000 OITY AND 80HOOL. DlttTRlQT PBP08ITQRY, Pibougc lollclud and m liber�l turn w arc couiitwt wltb la* tui <;0m�iv�tW� bwakiBg.) No. 200 NORTH HUN ST., OPfOSITEflMIDUND MOTEL ft. Wood*, smmtfnittmwu, HENEY HEGWEK, MONEY to LOAN! On Property in all parts of the Oity or County. Mo. 10 Sherman Street West, ftdar First National Bank KANSAS SALT CO. -OPERATING- Riverside, Western. Diamond and New York SALT WORKS Manufacture all grades of Bait, including il! Fine. Coarse Hie Si Also the Finest Grades of Dairy and Table Salt Write for quotations. CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS; S60.000 THE FIRST BANK IN RENO COUNTY. The First National Bank,, a* HPTCHWSON, KANSAS. . .� .�aj^a^^^a^^a^ffw* i T^.^a^Wr^WS^pa ''^AdMiHBjBk^ !'<:;-    ..I I- '.fit *��� .� ^^P? 3106 002378 2899   

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