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Scaled tomlors will lie iccoivcd ul
tho Intoiior Ofllco until 12 o'clock
noon, on WEDNESDAY, Fcbiuniy
1, 1888, for the construction of a
Stone Light House at Harbor's Point.
Also, sealed tenders will be leceived
nt the above named time and place
for the construction of a dwelling
house for the Light House Keeper,
nt limber's l'oint.
Plans and spccilications for the
nbovo tenders can be seen at the
ollice of the Superintendent of Public
Tho bids to be s-oparato and each
one endorsed accoiding to the tender.
Tho Minister does not bind himself
to accept tho lowest or any bid.
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Intoiior.
Interior Ofliee, Jan. 27, 188S.
Hawaiian Islands, )
Honolulu, Onlut. J ' ' ' '
j To Tin: Ci.r.itK or Tin: Suphkmi:
Couiit Giecting: liy viiluc of tho
power voNted in me by the SJ2d Sec
tion of the Civil Code, I heieby older
a Special Twin of the Supieme
Couit, for the heaiingof bueh causes
as could not bo heard at tho present
term, to bo held in Honolulu, Wed
nesday, the 1st day of February, A.
D., 18S8, at 10 o'clock a. m.
And you are heieby diiected to
make this Older known.
Witness my hand and
a the seal of the Supreme
t ., .. ) Couit of tho Hawaiian
b""' J Islands, at Honolulu, this
" 21th day of Januaiv, A.
A. F. .TUDD,
Attest: William Fosti:u,
17 lw Cloik.
Ol'KICU OK Till: liOAJil) op Hkalth,)
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1SS8. J
Sealed tenders will be leceived at
the Oil'icc ot tho Boanl of Health
until 12 o'clock noon, January 23,
1888, for tho deliveiy at the Lepei
Settlement, on the Island of Molo-
kai, of one hundred and fifty cords
of Fire Wood, within three months
from the date of signing agiecmcnt
for tho same.
It is requited that the wood be of
algeroba, monkey-pod, eucalyptus or
any of the haid native woods; that
it he cut in (1) four feet lengths and
be bplit if nccessuiy, sons to bo easily
handled ; that it be piled at Kalau
papa; and that it bo measured by the
Agent of tho Boaid of Health.
The time foi leceiving above tcn
deis is extended till January 31,
1888, at 12 o'clock noon.
N. B. EMERSON,
President of the Boatd of Health.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on the
Hemic ol Ciilil'oruia, H. 3T.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. 51. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chiistcliiirch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, 'Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Eect sor Party,
But eetabllthod lor tie benefit ct all.
FRIDAY, JAN. 27, 1888.
, IF WE KEEP ON.
It is not always easy to draw the
line proeiscly where the government
should stop and privato enterprise
begin. To apply the correct rule of
one country to another in this re
gard is sometimes an error. It may
bo accepted, however, as a geneial
rulo, that tho government of a now
country is justified in taking the
lead in many matters which in an
old country would be hotter left jlo
private enterprise. It may also be
accepted as a general rule 'that it is
tho duty of the government in all
matters of a privato nature to avoid
coining into competition with pri
vate individuals or placing an em
bargo on privute enterprise. It is a
question whether tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment has not been sometimes
called upon to undertake duties
which in a strictly politic and econo
mic senso aro entirely beyond tho
range of its supervision. Thero is,
iyo think, too strong u tendency
to look to Uio Government for pecu
niary assistance in making experi
ments. Why, for instance, should
the public funds bo taxed with Inro
manufacture, or with tho printing of
an ordinary narrative translated
from English into Hawaiian? If we
keep on, vc shall liy-anrt-by be ask
ing tho Government to plow our
lands, make watches for us, build
our houses, drink our soda water
for us, and even pay our bills.
TEH PERCENT ON WATER RATES.
The following notice appeared in
the daily papers during tho month
of December last, from the Water
Works department: "All persons
holding water privileges, or those
paying water rales, aro hereby noli
licd that the Water Kates for the
term ending Juno !J0, 1888, will be
due and payable at the ofllco of tho
Honolulu Water Woiks on the 1st
of January, 1888. All such rates
remaining unpaid for fifteen days,
after the' ai c due, will be sdbjcot
to an additional 10 per cent.
The legal warrant for the charg
ing of 1 percent additional to the
regular rate is contained in "An Act
to amend Section 101 of the Civil
Code and to regulate the Govern
ment Water Supply," of the session
laws of 188G. The concluding part
of paragraph -1 of Section 1 reads :
Water rales shall be payable half
yearly in advance on the first day
of January and the first day of July
each year at the ollice of the Water
Works." The final paragraph of
tho .same section roads: "If such
rate shall remain unpaid for fifteen
clays after it is due, ten percent in
addition to the regular rate bhall be
charged to and become due by tho
person holding such privilege, and
the Superintendent may forthwith,
without notice, shut off tho water
from such privilege, charging the
expense for so doing to tho person
holding such privilege."
In pursuance of the notification
and in compliance with the law, ten
percent extra is now being charged
to those whose water rates were not
paid on or bcfoie the 13th instant.
Considerable dissatisfaction is ex
pressed at the action of the author
ities, although we cannot perceive
the reasonableness thereof, seeing
that the plain provisions of the
statute have not been overstepped.
As to the law itself, it may be a
hardship, and we think it is. Its
enactment was deemed necessary
for compelling stubborn delinquent
holders of privileges to paj up back
dues, of which latter there weie
many, aggregating a large sum of
money, at that time. But if the
circumstances which seemed to make
the law necessary no longer exist,
the time is ripe for abolishing or
modifying the law. This will bo a
duty for the Legislature to perform
at its next session.
HOW TO REACH OUR YOUNG MEN.
Emtok IJui.i.ktin : The subject
of how to reach "Our Young Men"
is one in which there is a great di
versity of opinion. Many ways
have been tried, and. none as yet
have proved satisfactory. The per
son who will formulate a plan by
which they can he reached, and suc
cessfully brought under a permanent
moral influence, will be conferring a
boon upon the community, and the
Our chinches have been made at
ti active, by the introduction of
choice music and shoitand instinct
ive sermons ; the Y. M. C. A. have
established and maintained free of
cost, entertainments in tlieir hall ;
Christian gentleman in the commu
nity have- done what they could in a
certain way to uphold the fallen,
and keep otlieis'from falling, and yet
no permanent good results have been
obtained fiom airy of these sources
except in a lew iare instances.
A way has suggested itself to the
writer, which lie does not claim as
original, but from actual experience
is satisfied would piovo successful
in many cases, and that is in social
intercourse. There are many young
men in this city who are now ostra
cised from society simply because
they aro leading a wild and aimless
life, and that, because they have
been left to thcmsclvcH to devise
ways to relieve the monotonous
humdrum of tho daily life in a
counting-house or workshop; and
who would gladly havo found some
other means of recreation, had tho
opportunity offered ; and were they
convinced that the people who aro
in a position to do so, were ready
' and willing to take an active inte
rest in their welfare, would aban
don at once and forever such a
The way to show these peoplo
that tlieir luture welfare is a matter
of deep concern to the better class
of tho community, is for that class
to put them on an equal social foot
ing with themselves, liy inviting
them to tlieir houses, and to a seat
at tlieir table, liy a cordial greeting
when meeting them on theslteet,
by showing an interest in what thoy
nro doing, in all by treating thorn
tJJjal.'HJja - U."jaai8tn n u MitJ-t'
as though they were n dear friend or a
member of tlieir own family. Few
indeed thero arc, who would not bo
bcnelltcd by such an inlhionco both
moially-and socially. There is no
bettor place to bring out and keep
constantly to tho fore all tho good
qualities of h man than under the
magic influence of tho home c'uclc.
PF.11ILS OF THE SEA.
Capt. Geoige N. Armstrong, of
late years a resident of Hampden,
in Penobscot county, has recently
been visiting in this section. Capt.
Armstrong was born in Marysvillc
in this county, being a son of the
late Feulinand Armstrong. His
mother, several sisters and a brother
still reside in that town. When a
young man, Capt. Armstiong, be
ing of a loving turn, made his way
to a sea-port town, and his days
have been mostly spent on the briny
deep. He is regarded as a skillful
and successful ship-master, and has
generally been "lucky." His last
voyage in the ship Templar was,
however, so icmnrkably unfortun
ate, as to have attracted thu atten
tion 'ol the countiy, through the
columns of the press.
This ship, in command of Capt.
A. who was accompanied by ids
wife, a daughter of Samuel Rogers,
Esq., of Hampden, and his daughter
Emma, a young lady about eighteen
years of ago, left New Yoik for San
Fianciseo in Sept. 1878. After a
tempestuous oyagc ol 101 days she
arrived at Rio Janeiro tho bliip hay
ing been t.o 'criously damaged as to
render it necessary to dischaigo her
cargo at that poit, in order to make
cxtensho repairs. As the caigo was
about being shipped again, Capt.
A. was taken sick with the yellow
fever, wliich dread disease wa rag
ing in the port, and bcfoie the ves
sel weighed anchor, nine seamen
died from the same dcstioycr. Not
withstanding the condition of her
captain and the fever among the
crew, tho Templar sailed on the
20th of February, and on the first
day out, the yellow scourge broke
out afresh, and Capt. Armstrong,
his wife, 'daughter, and live of the
ship's company were obliged to seek
their bciths. On the 27th Mrs.
Armstrong died, and within a few
daj s, three more of the cicw weie
consigned to a watery grave. In
this terrible condition of things it is
not singular that a feeling of despair
should overtake the portion of the
crow thai was still able to do duty,
and that they should determine lo
take the ship from her course and
make for the nearest port. This
resolution was, however, pi evented
by tho captain, who m his enfeebled
condition, at the point of the pistol,
still kept the crew to their duty and
the ship on her course. During
these terrible days, and while Capt.
Armstiong was confined to his bcith
his noble daughter Emma, who had
sufficiently recovered to keep the
deck a pail of the lime, relieved the
first male, who had pioved deielict
to his duly, and herself took com
mand. Fortunately she had learned
from her father the principles of
navigation, and witli the assistance
of the second mate, who was able to
take the mechanical bearings of the
vessel, she hcisclf, made the neces
sary calculations and gave the
needed commands. Thus, tluough
the winter 'months, through the
spring months, through the fullness
of the summer months after a voy
age of 330 days from New Yoik,
and almost n year's struggle with
death, this young heroine conducted
the ship Templar into the waters of
San Francisco bay.
Tho faithfulness and heroism of
Capt. Armstiong and his daughter
did not fail to meet with apprecia
tive recognition, and the Board of
Underwriters of San Francisco, at a
meeting called for tliatpurposo, pre
sented to each of them a purse con
taining S500 in gold, accompanied
by many flattering expressions of
appioval and esteem. Aroostook
Captain Armstiong is now master
of the Eva, at present in the port of
THIN VS. THIGH SOLES.
The feet can he kept warmer, ip
cold weather by w eating u shoe with
a light sole than a thick one. With
the former tho fool lias a cliunuc lo,
work, llicichy keeping up a cii dila
tion. Thib, of uoiii.su, applies only
when tiio weather is dry. Hut when
it im wet nnd rubbers nro necessary,
it is better to wear a siiigle-soiccl
shoe inside. In the summer the
thick sole should ho worn, for it
keeps the heat from Hli iking through
to the fool. This is all so cuntiary
to tho pieconeeived opiinoim of tlio
public, that it is iloubtlul. whether
it will iccoivo much credence, hut it
ib tlio fact all tho same. Shoe and
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
On SATURDAY, Jan. SStli,
At 12 noon, nt my Salesrooms, I will
sell by Public Auction from
tO to 2 SHADES
Peoples' Ice & Refrigerator Co,
XSi- iA.lt VAXiPlS, t10 -
LEWIS T. LEVEY,
48 Ut Auctioneer,
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
Regular W Sale!
On SiTfJRDAY7JanuMj 28th,
At 10 o'clock A. u., ntmySalcstoom,
Queen street, 1 will sell .at
Bnya' Suits, Coats,
An Asso't of Carpenter's Tools
Planns, lhnces and Bits',
Siw, Uammtis, Etc,
Bx- of Fresh Apples
AND AT 12 NOON
One 2-Scat Family Carriage
In Good Repair.
Ono Covered Top Buggy.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On MONDAY, January 30th,
At 10 o'clock a. m, at tlicie-hlence of
J. S. Martin, Emi , No. 218 King
street, on nrconnt of ilcp.iriutc,
I will sell at Public Auction
Tho Entire Household Furniture!
Carved Black Walnut Parlor Sol, uphol
stered in plush,
Floor Carpel, Rugs,
Heavy Black Walnut Bookcase,
B. W. Chairs,
B. W. Office Table, Stand Lamps, Vases,
Carved B. W. Bedroom Sets,
Woven Who Mattrassos, Mosquito Hots,
Pillows, Painted Bedroom Set,
1 Domestic Sewing Machine,
Upholstered Bed Lounge,
Black W. Extension Table !
Crockery & Glassware, 1 "Alaska" Rolri
gciator. "Combination" Kitchen Tabic,
1 '-Gypsy Queen" Stove,
KITCHEN UTENSILS, BATH TUB, Etc.
CS'" Premises will ha open for Inspec
tion on Saturday, January 28th, from 10
o'clock a. si. to a v. M.
JAS. V. MORGAN,
By order of A. .T. Cartwriglit, lZi 1
w ill sell at Public Auction, at my
Salesroom, Queen blieet,
On SATURDAY, February 4th,
At 13 o'clock noon,
THE PKEMISES KNOWN AS
" THE MANSION HOUSE PREMISES,"
Situated on thu ca't corner of liuictania
nnd G iiclen stieets. Hitting a frontage
on Berttuiiin ftieet of 71 ft. 3 in., and a
frontage on Gulden stiect of 130 ft , noil
containing 320 latlioms and 32 feet.
THERE IS A
Large Dwelling Houses,
1 Cottage and out-Houses
ON THU I'lU.MlSrS.
Premises were foimcrly occupied
by Captain Uabcock.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
18 td ' Auctioneer.
A FINE family doublc."cat carriose
in good order, will bo Heic.il lor
bale ut the auction loom of .1. V. Morgan,
on SATURDAY noon. A eliiineu tor a
bargain. -19 t
IN BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS
Upon airlval or baik " LADY
For sale by
C. BREWER & CO.
JtOOM TO IiET.
ANIOKLY furnished tlecping-room,
pleasantly located within a few
minutes walk of tlio busbies center.
Aildtcifg, Hui T.r.TiK. 48 If
rpiIE quartcily and annual meeting of
X tlio Paeillo Ilntduaio Compa'ny,
(Limited), will be held nt Ihtlr ollleo on
MONDAY, Januaiy 10, 1688, nt 10
o'clock a. ii.
JAS. O. SPHNOER, Stcrctaiy.
Honolulu, Jan. 23, 1B&8. 40 td
SALTED SALMON !
r ;u.:ua i.jjJyaA'rjuu.LiJ.u"'rawj'&i'tw
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Mo. 85 F0HT STREET, HONOLULU.
Export Accountants and Collectors, Real Estate, Firo & Life Insuranoo
Agents, Custom-Houso, Loan and Exchange Brokors.
, Departments of Business.
Booka and Accounts accurately kept and properly adjusted.
Collections will iccclvo social attention and returns promptly mndo.
Conveyancing a Specialty. Rcroids searched and correct Abstracts of Title
Letjal Documents and Papers of every description carefully drawn and hand
Copying find Translating in all languages in general iu c in this Kingdom.
Real Estnto bought and sold. Tios pnid and Pioporty safely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices find Land leased and rented, and rents collected.
Fire and Lifo lnsurnuoa effected in tlrstclifs Jnsuiauce Companies.
Custoni-Houso Busincrs transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at lavorablo rates.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publishers.
Any Article purchased or Mild on most favorable terms.
Inter-Island Orclor3 will receive particular attention.
EST All Business entrusted to our oaro will rccoivo prompt and failhlul attention nt
Haling hnd nn intensive business experience for ocr twenly.lhc yeais lu
Now Yoik City nnd elsewhere, we feel competent, to attend to all business of an
liitrieile and complicated mituiu, or lcqulriug met and discretion, nnd rcneetiully
solicit all hi.
Hill Telephone No. 27-1. XIit-vniiiiii JJiisinoNN Ag-cuey,
Jan. 7.88 ly
Telephone Uotli Companies '.MO. I O. Box 297.
LEWIS & GO 1 1 1 FORT.
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
FKFSII GOODS from California on ICE, by each hteamer of ibe O. S. 8. Co.
A CO.MI'I.KTi: I.INU or -
CROSSE & BLACICWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
.ITST lir-.CT.IVED r.x ".ku.india"
A FINE LOT OF "NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DEIUVENT" POTATOES.
A Very Ohoice Lot of U. Z. ' Taranaki Butter,"
s (IN KKOS.)
All of which Tfo oflei to the Public nt UUASONAULE PRICES.
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pouud Pats !
Bv each arrival from New Zealand SOMETHING MNTE.
JUST TO HAND,
3Jx: .. .A-xastTralia
Fort Street Store.
All puvons aie hereby forbid
den ficm excavating, digging
or depositing nibbisli in tlio
streets of this distiict, without
the written older of tho Road
II. P. UEBBAKD,
8'i lm Kona, Oaliu.
(Lincoln Block, King- Street.)
UPSTAIRS is a ec'ccI Dining Room
wlieie Poultry, if desired, will be served
tin cc limes a day. This room has Clean
Table Linen, Silver Plated AVare, New
China, civil and attentive waiters, and
the Table is buppllcd with eveiy deli
cacy the Jlarkets aflbid.
Rates, $6.00 per Week.
DOWNSTAIRS, the General Itestau
laut, is well Mipplled with Chan and
SulMauti'il Food ut many varieties.
Board, $4.50 per Week.
First Glass Cooking a Specialty.
10 4m j. AtB HEM.
The underi-igned lcspectfully notify
the public, that they lime
(Nc.t above Uio Custom Howe;
First Class Chop and Lunch House,
Wheie tliuii" patrons nro assured of ic.
ceiving nothing but what is
llrst class in lood, cooking
X3T NO CHINESE ARE EMPLOYED -8
Hy strlot attention to bubincM and an
earnest endeavor to pleato our patrons,
we solieit your patronage.
liAKESEIt ii, JUcFHAK.
Notice of Annual Meeting,
HE Stockholder of O. Urewer &
Company, (L'd), will take notice
mat uiu minimi meeiing ut tne uom.
j any will bo hold at tlio ofllco on Queen
btieet, on WEDNESDAY, February lbt,
next, ut 30 o'clock, a. ji.
J. O. CARTER, Secretary,
O. lirtwer ifc Company.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1S68 4 0 2w
I7MNEST BRANDS OF CALI
X' loruiu Pott, Madelia uud Malaga,
for Bale in kegs and ciues by
OONSALYES & CO,,
01 Queen btrcct.
JOB PRINTING ol all kinds esc
culcd.at tho Daily Bulletin Ollleo
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
2S Merchant Street.
High Class Aerated Waters,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Tahiti Lemonado Depot,
28 Merchant Slicet
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda,
Orders promptly attended to.
75 cents per doen, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Plain Soda, equal to Schweppes. 33
NEW ZEALAND OATS
Just leceived ox Mariposa, by
J. E. BROW &
28 Merchant Sticet.
Tahiti Lemonade Yorks.
CUSTOMERS who have on hand any
of our Pottles or Cases, would
greatly oblige by sending wonl to tlio
Depot, 28 Merchant street, and they will
at once Irt called for.
Our Pottles a-o all crystal valve, and
the words "TAHITI LEMONADE
WORKS" blown tin icon.
Hell Telephone 172.
Mutual Telephone, 3C0.
45 tf J. E. PROWN & CO.
CLEAN RAGS aim bucond baud
clothing will be gratsully iccelv.
cd for tho use of the imitates of the
Rruueli Hospital for Lepers at Kuknako,
or at tho Leper Settlmeut on Molokni,
if loft with J. T, Waterhouse, jr., at tho
Queen Street Stpre. , t&f tf
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
Daily Rullctin 00 ctB per month.
For tlio Island of Oaliu.
Ofllco,: : Gov't Building, Honolulu.
Hell Tel. 172. JMtuual Tol.
P. O. lliii-400
. BROWN & CO.,
Flic-Proof Stone- Building.
42 Merchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
General Agency for llaw'n Islands
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting nt Bii'ton with the A 7.01 cs
Through ticketed anted from Honolulu
Merchandise stored and cold on coin
iiiIhsIoii. Consignments t-ullcltcd.
Properties leased, rented and Bold.
I.oiral tloRiinicuts drawn.
Books audited and adjutrd.
Authorized collector, Mr. A. MoroO.
rPHE Bemington Typewriter is the
JL Ptnmlnrd writing machine of the
world. It prints 70 cliaraeleis, or with
certain ennbinatiou about 80 ( h meters",
with the operation of only 31) keys. Tho
machine is so chnplo that any oi e can
write with it, and its manipuliiinn is so
ei9ily understood, that but liitle prac
tiro la leipiircd lo enable tin- opiiator to
acipilio facility in it use. Tlii average
ppet'd of the pen is from 15 to i!0
words per minute, and theaveragespeed
of the type writer is from 40 to fcO woids
per minute. Time spent in writing
with tho pen is at least two thirds
Orders for tho above instrument may
be left with the undesigned at the of
llee of V. G. Iiwin & Co , and will re
ceive prompt attention. The undersign,
ed is also prepared to give purchasers
lull instructions as to the use of tho
Foi fur her particulars apply to
V. M. G1PPARD.
So'e Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Skatingl Skating! Skating!
Commencing January Cth,
Every Friday Eveninfx !
For Lidicu and their Escorls.
Eery Friday Evening will be kept
perfectly select for ladies & gentlemen.
Band in iVLtciidancc.
THOMAS IS. WALL,
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
JFOK KENT OR LEASE.
Tho premises now occupied
LfjvRGabv S. K. Halioe. at haoalama.
StaaEntrance through Austin Lane
'Ibe house consists of parlor, 5 bed
rooms, kitchen, pantry and dining room.
Possession giveu immediately
01 Apply to J. F. CdmUItN.
MESSBS J.E. liKOWN A.JJO. pro
authorized to collect account? due
to me, and tlieir ieceipi will Lo a sunl
A M. 1IEWEIT.
Honolulu, Jan, 3, 18iiS. 21) lm
ALL ncrouuts due Mrs. A. M. Meills
of tix months nr.d over, will be
placed in a Collectors hands without
lurther notice if not raid by the 15th,
inbt. MPS A. 11 M1SLLIS,
31 '2v 17 Emma street.
TTOUSE and LOT. turns reasonable
XX Inquire of T. v. ltawlins, Ilawa-
iiaii Soap Works
piIE annual meeting of the stock
X holdeis of the Hawaiian ItJinie
Co. Limited, will Lo held en the 2lh,
of January, at tho oftice ofllon. W. P.
Castle, Honolulu, at 11 o'clock a. m.
Very imi ortaut business.
W. F. ALLEN,
.80 2w Secretary H. R. Co.
AT the animal meeting of Hie United
Chinese Society he-Id on the 0th
inst., tho following officers were duly
O. Alee President
Coo Kim Vice-President
Lain Fnl Treasurer
Tong Phong t'ecretnry
Ng Olmtj Ass't Treasuier
Tarn Wuh Hhi Abs't Becretaiy
A well-to-do Rooming House;
Yielding not less $100 per month.
jong lease, tor paiticulars apply at
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill,
O NICE LARGE FURNISHED
J rooms, No. 4 Uarden Laue, tlio
second door from Union street. Apply
on tho premises. lptf
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