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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FKfJM AND AFTEH OCTOHEK 1, ISOi
A.M. I'.M. r.M.
Leave llonolulti. .0:16
I vo llonoulluli..7:30
Arrive Honolulu. .8:35
Phaiil. Citv Local.
Lcnvo Honolulu 5:10 ...
Arrivo Pearl City 5:JSS ...
Airlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excoptcd. f Saturdays only.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Sotno of the bunting uptown has
Grand concert at
church this evening.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1893.
3UT. . 3R, I KT El NEWS,
Batumi tY, April 1.
Stmr Itvalanl from Kauai
Stmr James Makce from Kauai
Stmr Polo from Makattcli
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmr Waialealo for Enlmina and Haina-
knn nt I) a m
Stmr .Tunics Mnkco for Karma, 4 p m
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Por stmr Itvaiani 1000 bags sugar.
Per stmr Pole 3000 bags sugar.
The barkentine Discovery was moved
down alongside the steamer V. O. Hall to
day to receive sugar.
The brigantinu V. O. Irwin will leave
for San FrancKco the early part of next
week. As daptuiii JleCulloeli has been
appointed one of the pilots of the port of
San Fiancisco, hu will leave his ship on
arriving at the Coat.
Enterprising Portuguese lahorei sat AVai
anao lately limit a sloop eupablu of eairy
ing a goodly quantity of fieight at that
Elaco. The little craft looks well enough
ut for the limited spread of eanvus on
the jibs. It is being utilized between Wai
onao and Honolulu.
Aggregation of the Talent Secured
by the H. M. H. Noeau.
A grand concert will be given nt
Kawaiahao church this Saturday
evening, at 7:30 o'clock, by the Ii.
M. H. Noeau, assisted by sovoral of
Honolulu's best talent, for the bene
fit of the Kawaiahao church. A
glance at the program which is ap
pended will satisfy all that a first
class entoitaiumont may bo expectod:
(a) Galatea Sunken
1. Piano Solo 1(b) The Chase
2. Quartet and Chorus The Bohemian
H. SI. II. Noeau.
3. Solo Wooing Strelitzky
Miss Jlay Cummins.
4. Solo The Yooman's Wedding Song.
5. Piano Solo Minuet P.ulrowsky
Hiss Carrie Castle.
U. Solo Perfumes of the Orient .. ..
l(i) Lei Ohaoba.
bolo and Chorus () Mai
Hawaiian National Hand.
8. Solo A Pretty Girl Gomes
Mr. L. liarsoti.
0. Banjo Solo Selected.
10. Solo A Dav Dream StreliUky
Miss F. Nolto.
11. Duet Delightful Campana
Miss Cummins and Mr. Booth,
with violin obligato by Mr. Onlttnv.
12. Solo The Ship that Carries 'Mo
Mr. W. Cuellio.
13. Solo and Chorus The Bohemian
II. M. II. Noeau.
The Flag Restoration.
It has boon often expressed by
numorous individuals upon the
stroots of Honolulu that when the
American flag is once raised it never
comes dovyu. Wo believe that when
that glorious ilag is raised in de
fense of right and justice, there is
not the least doubt that the stars
and stripes would float to the breeze,
backed by tho whole forco of the
United States. I think there are
some hero who will take warning
and long remember tho lesson of tho
1st of April as well as tho 17th of
Needed a Petticoat.
Honry Castle, in his sarcastic men
tion of tho mooting of tho Hawaiian
Women's Patriotic Loaguo, in yes
terday's Advertiser, forgets to note
the reason why the lady who refused
him entrance to the hall mado tho
remark, "Wo can wear the pants."
Mr. Castle finding that he could not
forco his presence whore it was
not wanted, said to tho lady, "If 1
tju iiumu uuu pui uu ,1 pouicimi, i
stipposo 1 can got in." "Yes," was
tho reply, "and wo will wear tho
7. M. 0. A. Memorial Service.
Messrs. Bidwoll, Gtiruoy and Zein
woldt, members of tho Y. M. C. A.,
haviug died during tho past year, a
memorial service will bo held in the
Y. M. C. A. ou Sunday at (1:30 p. in.
Mombors of tho Association are re
cjuostod to bo present.
Tho locturo on Hatidol announced
for Saturday tho 8th inst.. is post
poned until Tuesday oveiiing, Apiil
11. A full program will bo announced.
Wrestling tournament this even
ing at tho boathouso.
Tho P. G. band will play at Km ma
Square this afternoon.
Letter from "Dol5f ATpitntod," in
type, is crowded out.
Diamond Head, 12 m. Weather
clear, wind fresh northeast.
C. Dunbar Walker offers for sale
tho now yacht Coral Queen, describ
Jns. B. Castlo has succeeded C. A.
Brown as tax assessor. Mr. Blown
The 'Pioneer Building and Loan
Association will meet Monday ovon-
mg. boo notico regarding pay
mouts. To-day is payday with the Gov
ornmont oniployeos. It has been
changed from tho last to tho first
day of each month.
The Crescents and Kamohnmoha
baseball teams will play a practice
gamo at the Loaguo ground this
aftorncon nt 3 o'clock.
Easter Praiso Service at tho Kau
makapili Church Sunday evening at
7:45 o'clock. A good musical pro
gram has been arrrnnged.
Tho regular monthly mooting of
the Hawaiian Mission Children's So
ciety will bo hold this ovouing nt tho
residence ol Mr. Y. V. Hall, at 7:3U
When tho last boat loft tho land
iug with tho Boston's men in it, a
barge from the Japanese cruiser
Naniva crossed her bow and for a
time tho oars woro ontangled.
Deputy-Marshal J. A. Mohrtcn
was dismissed from the forco this
afternoon by Attorney-General W.
O. Smith, awaiting tho return of
Marshal Hitchcock from Hawaii.
The scribe of tho Hawaiian Hard
ware Co. makes a few remarks con
corning Mr. Blount and his mission,
and calls attention to good things
other than climate to bo found in
tho Island Paradise.
Tho captain of tho whaling ship
James Arnold is having no end of
trouble with his crow, who desert
overy chance they get. This morn
ing he shipped several naties to
form part of his crew.
The Easter Sunday morning ser
vice of tho Second Congregation of
St. Andrew's Cathedral will com
mence at 0:30 o'clock instead of 51:15.
Thoro will be a celebration of Holy
VJUlllllUlllllJll fib U.UU .1. lit.
Tho box plan for the performance
of the Hawaii Ponoi Dramatic CoT,
Saturday evening, will bo opon at
tho office of Mr. L. J. Levey on
Monday morning and thereafter till
tho evening of tho porfoimanco.
The District Court calendar show
ed a clean docket this morning, not
a single case remanded or otherwise
appearing. Tho customary pair of
white gloves did not materialize,
notwithstanding that it is pay-day.
G. Richards and C. R. Emorich,
U. S. N., of tho U. S. S. Boston, who
lately assisted the town boys in an
unsuccessful oifort to down the
Punahou football team, will leavo
for San Francisco on tho S. S. Mari
posa duo next week.
Tho police woro asked to-day
whether they would uphold tho Pro
visional Government. They all re
plied in tho affirmative with tho ex
ception of one man, who stepped
out boldly and said that ho would
rather light for his Queen. He was
given tho g. b.
A chanco to obtain a homestead
in one of tho most desirable subur
ban localities of Honolulu is pre
sented in Mr. Achi's notico of auc
tion salo of lots of tho Koaweamahi
promises. The place is easy of ac
cess and gets the pure air of tho Ma
noa mountain breezes.
'Old Glory" Comes Down and
'Hawaii Ponoi" Goes Up.
Quiet Ceremony Without Cheers or Music
at tho Government Building.
Chr. Gortz, the well-known votor
an dealer in boots, shoes and slip
pers, has removed from his old stand
on Fort street to the handsome
Foster block, Nuuauu street. Mr.
Gertz always deals in first-class
goods, and in his fine now quarters
will undoubtedly piospor, as all who
advertise in tho Bulletin invariably
Tho Board of Equalization of Tax
Assessments will meet at tho ofiieo
of the Minister of Finnnco at JO
o'clock on Monday. Hon. T. C.
Poitor, Minister of Finance, is
chairman, and the lest of tho Board
consists of Mr. Jns. B. Castle, Tax
Assessor for Oahu; Mr. 11. C. Aus
tin, for Hawaii, Mr. C. H. Dickey,
for Maui, aud Mr. J. K. Farloy, for
The ''mudslinger's" account of the
mass meeting on Palace Square
would havo boon all right if the
faithful work of the reporter had
been allowed to stand. However,
the L'unch-aud-Judy man must be
given the job of substituting a
burlesque, otherwise he would have
nothing to show for his twenty-four
hours' dodging of real news.
Intending travelers for eastward
points in the United States have
their attention called ton card of
the Canadian Pacific Railway in this
issue. All who have traveled by
that route are enthusiastic over the
magnificent scenery and excellent
arrangements for comfort all along
the Hue. The fate is lower for both
clashes than by any other line.
Tho-e who havo seen all that is to
bo seen by other transcontinental
routes cannot do better than take a
ticket by the Canadian next time.
Commissioner Blount, sent to Ho
nolulu by President Cleveland to
investigate tho situation, has given
a practical development of part of
his instructions, by causing a with
drawal of tho United States Pro
tectorate proclaimed aud instituted
by Minister stovons on i'obruary
1st. The htars and btnpes were
hauled down from tho Government
Building, over tho tower of which
they had floated two months, at 11
o'clock this morning. At the satno
timo tho gunrd of United States
marines was withdrawn from tho
There was but little eoroinonyand
no music. Lieutenant Draper, U. S.
M. C. had charge of tho arrange
ments. Ho sent a non-commissioned
officer up to the summit of the towor
to make tho exchange of flags at the
sound of tho bugle.
At three minutes to 11 tho regular
Provisional Govornniont guards,
Capt. John Good commanding,
marched into the yard, taking their
station on the Waikiki side of tho
Katnehaineha monument. Thoy woro
followed by Company A, volunteers,
Capt. Zieglor commanding, which
took its stand on the Ewn sido of
tho monument. Batlory Co. E,
Capt. W. C. Wilder, Jr., command
ing, succeeded, taking its place in
the rear. Col. J. H. Fisher and
Major Geo. McLeod were in com
mand or tho troops, under Col. J. H.
At 11 o'clock precisely, by the
tower clock, Lieut. Diaper jrave the
order, tho bugle sounded its musical
blast, and the Stars and Stripes flut
tered down out of sight. It took
just a minute and a half to exchange
flags ou tho halliards, when tho Ha
waiian flag rose again to its place on
tho Capitol. The forces presented
arms in salute. Immediately after
ward, at four minutes past 11, the
United States marines from tho U.
S. S. Boston marched out of tho
There was no band in attendance,
and no cheering was heard beyond
a faint effort outside of tho yard. A
native was asked why ho and his
countrymen did not cheer. Ho re
plied that it would not ho polite to
tho United States to make any de
monstration. Among those who witnessed the
ceremony were President Dole and
other mombors of tho Executive
Council, as woll as of tho Advisory
Council, Chiof Justice .Tudil aud
other members of the Judiciary,
Capt. Hooker of the U. fi. S. Rush
and his son, and representatives of
tho United States and local press.
Thoro was a largo crowd of tho gen
eral public, native Hawaiians pre
ponderating. Capt. Hooker remarked on the
utter absence of any mob propensi
ties from the conduct of tho native
Hawaiians. By the way, tho natives
swarmed about the gallant captain,
ou the mistaken information that he
was Commissioner Blount.
When the United Statos marines
withdrew, Co. A marched into tho
building, followed by a detachment
of Co. E with a gat ling gun. This
piece of ordnance is left in tho build
ing in charge of Co. A. Natives and
foreigners woro permitted free entry
into the building, but when they
blocked up tho entrance and corri
dor Col. Fisher had to ask tho-o not
having business to withdraw out
side. For a half hour tho proceed
ings demoralized the lively and
always enlivening business of pay
da When all that was to be seen
was over, tho crowds quietly dis
persed. Tho marines marched down to
Camp Boston where the company of
blue jackets were quaitered. Head
ed by the drum aud Jife corps the
battalion marched to Fort street,
thou by Queen stieot to tho boat
lauding, where they embarked in
barges for tho U. S. S. Boston.
The landing was crowded with
peoplo to witness tho embarkation
of Uncle Sam's boys.
Appropriation of Fifty Thousand ,
Dollars for Exponsoo of Govern
ment. At yesterday afternoon's sitting
tho joint Council ptmed tho follow
An Act confirming a cont raft li
censing the taking of fertilizers
from Lnvann Island. ieorviiur a roy
alty of hi) cents per ton to be paid
the Hawaiian Govorniiumt.
An Act granting to the North Pa
cific Phosphate and Fertilizing
Company the right to mine for sulphur-bearing
product in the Ha
waiian Islands for twenty ears.
J. A. McCandless ollt'icd a resolu
tion that "Liliuokalani be hereafter
paid STiOO per month by the Pro
visional Government l the Hawaii
an Islands, so long a- sm in good
faith carries out such conditions and
restrictions relating to political
matters as might be pie-eiibed by
tho Executive and Ailu.-niv Coun
cils." After a discussion on the question
of discussing tho resolution in secret
or open session Mo.-m. Dnmnti and
Brown being in favor of the forinor.
aud McCandless and lluiiululh of
the latter tho motion was lo-t .
The Executive and Advisory
Councils sat again this morning.
Mr. C. Brown from the Judiciary
Committee reported a bill to amend
tho law relating to internal t:ie.
It was ordered to be type-written.
In view of the withdrawal of the
United States Protectorate the Al
lowing disposition of the Gtneru
mont's forces was made:
Captain Ziegler's company will
protect tho Government Building.
Tho other volunteer companies will
bo placed under arms to attend at
tho Government Building while Un
American flag is being replaced In
On motion of Mr. Brown, second
ed by Mr. Emmeliitli, the volunteer
on duty shall be allowed tho same
pay as Co. E for like services.
ilr. Watorhouo for tho military
committee recommended the appro
priation oT Sli.'iO foi beds for volun
teers in the Government Building.
Tho Judiciary Committee was or-
dered to prepare a bill to appropri
1 nto $.(),()(U) for the expenses of the
Mr. Rinmeluth called attention,
' producing a sample, to the rotten
ness of material in the unilonn lor
tho regular soldiers, saying they did
not wish to see tho same stuff used
in the uniform for the volunteer-.
Messrs. Emmoluth, Moigan ami
Watorhotiso were appointed as a
committee to attend to the matter.
ft was decided to give Editor Shel
don of the Llnlomun a heaiing at
1:31) p. in. Monday.
The Councils then resolved into
ffl. MciHERRY. Fine . Easter.-. Millinery
3STO-W CXPEllST .A.T
N. S. SACHS'
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers !
Short Breath, Hoart Trouble, Rhou-matism.
Mrs. i. if. I'a t no
Taulo Creek, Oienon.
"t have llwcl hero In Or. "ii for tlio past
twenty ) ears, and inott of tin time li io been a
veiy K'e.it sulTeier frmn iurimuiHinorr
rlit'iiuiaiinm. 1 Iuvo.'iImiIi :l.j it Mm doctor
onlleit heal t disease, villi slimmer of Ineatli
amliliarpiinlnslntlivlpitt..t I ! I'Vilt-i taUo
Hood's Sanupai Ilia, and lieforu 1 Ii.nl liiilslii'i!
three bottles I was. ill lietti i l ilili lli.in I hid
been for j oars. I do not li.it i- .my jnla noit,
sleep t ell, mid to-day no t urn m of ni auo
Enjoys Better Health
than I. At home on tho ranr1! I nt only attend
to my family houscttor!;, Inn List summer I
cai cd for and milked four " I do not feel
that I can say halt enough in pulse of
Sins. I.. M. Taint, i:.vle Pi'
Hood's PHIsaro piomi i ...d ellu lent, jet
easy In action. Hold by all di i :Ms. "3c.
rpjiE yr.w yacht
.L nil Queen" with In
Int.. O.ik liitiiin nnil -i.i tit t
l'liiiiUni!. Coiiper I. tviuil 'JrvSUi
throughout; call nift ''"I ' il ' h-f.2-
strong comfortable si- "oat. Can he in
Kin'eteii in tlie lleiilain llotit llou-e. Ap
ply to ('. 1)1' Ml Ml VAI.K.i:it,
' 1'. O. llov ttn, oi II. V.. YValUor. at
King llros.' T)-tf
I.Ml'oiim: am l)i;w.i li IN
Races on tho Cycle Thin Afternoon.
The Pacific Wheelmen will hold
another meeting ou the King street
track at -1 o'clock this afternoon.
The contestants for championship
honors havo been hard at practice
during the past week, acquainting
themselves with the lay of the
course The following will be the
One mile dash Championship
medal to become the property of the
one winning if thiee times, Opon
to members only.
Entries H. K. Walker, H. A.
Giles, H. A. Dexter, T. 1 Cummins.
Half-mile dash, free for all; no
wheels weighing under 10 pounds
allowed to compote. 1'rie silver
"ni,i i ;... a i. fi Aii.-;.aM t p
Cunmin. K. X. Ilnloy, C. K. Kalani- i BUllding Mid LlMl ASSOCiatiOH.
anaole, Manuel Itodrupies.
Quailer-inilo dash, free for all. -
rn.o, silver medal. i ,, ,
Hill rim. A. I. f All.inw,n II 17 I H"' I'.
Cent's, Ladles' and Cluldien's Boots, Shoes
lllis it'liiovoil to Viiinnil trcot, "Pntiir's
illoi-k," oppo-iti Muu'lmnt street.
We want to call the attention
of our patrons to a novelty which,
from the favor il has been re
ceived with, we believe lias come
to stay and become an indispon--iblo
article of gout's furnishing;.
A glance ut the out uhovo will
show tit once the superiority of
goods made in this manner over
tho-e heretofore in vogue.
Spiuvun'm 1'ati:nt hr.As'isc
Si:am Pisavi:i!s are provided
with an improvement eon-istiii":
of an Hi.Asnc IxsKitTioN at the
inner and outer teams', which
give.- elasticity in movement and
comfort in lit. The drawer- are
cut in figure outlines and uilord j
the weaier till the advantages oi
knit goods, while ret-iiuing the
L-uperitii comfort of woven fabric.
The Patiint Ki..wru' Si:m,
whieii contains n.i iM'r.r.i.u, re
tain- it- springines- and wear
longer than the other portion of
the garment. It nmlu.- the
drawers conform to the po-ition
of I lie wearer and avoids any
strain, no matter what attitude
the body as-tunes.
It will alo be found that these
Patent Elastic riic.tM Du.twuus
aro equally well adapted to all
athletic positions and allow the
greatest freedom and ease of
motion. In the position as
sumed in the cut, not the lea-t
tension is produced on the main
portion of the goods, while the
elastic .seams allow the transfor
mation of the liguro as seen in
the position, which would be im
possible in other-! without pro
ducing great strain on the goods
and friction upon the per.-on.
We have now a complete stock
of these, goods in all si.e.s, and
can recommend those made of
tho material known is"Ji:an"
to he the coolest and best adapt
ed for those persons who do not
care to wear woolen fabric.
Thev s.iv that there is "noth
ing new under the sun," hut the
follow who said that was all
wrong, lie forgot "Gent's Fur
nishings," they're always mak
ing something new in that line.
Tho latest yet, wo have just
received samples of, from the
niaiuifaolui'oi's. It consists of
(Jnu'.e, lhilbriggan, or Silk Un
der (iarments with WOOL skill
fully woven into tho breast and
hack to protect tho most vital
parts of tho body from cold or
chill. To the many people who
cannot wear all wool goods on
account of the irritation some
times foil, these goods will he a
great boon, as, while they will
havo tho advantage of wearing
Latest Novelties ! New Styles !
New Spring Flowers ! New Ribbons !
j 1ST El W X. .A. O E S !
j Latest Novelties in Children's Hats I
I ALSO A I INI: ASOlt'lMKNT OK
Hew Spring Dress Materials !
Ni:V KKlUlU:i Ml'SMNS, OU(IAM)li:s- ,t C'H.VMHllK'S,
NEW 1T.1:.V ALL-WOOL ( HAILI.r., ilark ground etleof:
WHITE .t IMtlNTKD LINEN .t HUSH LAWNS,
NEW POTION l'ONUKES .t COTTON CHAPES,
New White Goods, Dimities, Marseilles, Etc.
WE HAVE THi: VEI1V LATEST IN
Laces, Embroideries & Trimmings!
ALSO A NEW LOT OE THE
Adeline Black Stockings
ttF- Tho-e an
Ali-oluti'b K.ikt Color anil t ill not Clock they tiro iironninu'eU
20 lbs. W
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it is the Sample of the
A dainty new book. The Baby, by the
"best authorities on baby life, free to etcry
mother who sends her address
Pure Milk Food!
And requires only the addi
tion of "Water to pre
pare it lor u5e.
Large Packages 50 Cts
HOLLISTER & CO.,
THOMAS I.IXMINU S. COMPANY
73 Warren St., New York.
Fort. Street, - - - Hoiaolial-u, 23L. X.
Pacific Hardware Co, L'd
Oumrains' Blook, Fort Street.
Leather Belting k Lace Leather
Ol' VEItY HUl'EIMOU QUALITY. AN INVOICE OF
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS
TO COMPLETE OITH LINE. OK SIZES.
Sand Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
O-ictnt Nail Fullers, IjtxritLt Swivels,
Turner's Snips o-iid Sliom'B,
-A.wls and Tools, Garden Trowels,
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
cotton I'ltbric, llio ltui" uud
CoiiHtiimtion.aiul nil trmililos with
tho diohtivu orpiiH iiutl tlm livur,
ii io uuroti y jioou'h rilla,
ofiuullod an u dinnur pill,
All l.tmh a (Jainmwvhil t'rliitiiig
On- promptly teaulrd it low ruUt ill the
I Hullettn Office.
Wulkor, W. .M. Hush, 11. A. (liliw,
K. A. Doxlor, T. J. Uuininiii, C!. K.
Qiinitor-niilo ilusli, frcu for nil
I103H iimlur lil yoniri of ii(ju. I'r'uu,
JSulrion -(Joro Nauiiyninii, U. Cuil
wrildil, -lr., Allmi Vnlkor, Willio
Viiln, W. II. Uodfr.iy,.lr.
Hiilf-niilodnMi, fico for nil. 1'rio,
liiilrhoi A. L. (J. AtldiiKou, II. K.
Wulkor, II. .. Uilon, It, A. DiKtur,
T, P. Ciiiiur.iiiH.
ueohlai: monthly .ii:i:r-
iiiL-ulll lit- hi'lil at the 1 liaiiiln'i of
il, IMil, nt 7:.in n'oliii'l.
Hiiri'iiftm-, fur iJh I'niivi'uluiicii uf tluu
tthn cannot atlnnil tin-iiiiutii;, iayiiiuntn
will l' uvi'iu'il nt ill'1 rimum 01 ilin Ai-n-tilatlon
AM) TIIEIM". ONJjY, fiuiu 1 In I
I', m. a.TlUlHAYK,aiii linm MiiAnVluuk
r. m. .MON'l.Yf!, rlur to ciu'li nuiitlutj
Wf I'u.t inunt mi' riii1ril in (liilil,
buck will liuvc a nico warm cov
, jiring of wool. Fioiu tlio many
j huiiliiiioiit.H of iipprovid we liave
j hoard rugurdiug IIiuhc yoodu wo
boliovo t hum In bu a good lliing
liVKMMi, April . for our cliuuOt', and have placed
i our orders for a full stock,
which will bu on siilu in about
I To aiiv pui'ron ilcsiiing to sec
the xanijiU-s which uc have we
will bu plcitMCil to nbow I heiii.
B. IF. BHLSRS & GO.
S3 PORT STnElElT.
AITElt TAKISO Hl'oiK ALL KINDS OK
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored I
At hull the furniLT cunt.
Velvet cfe Smyrna, PJ.-u.gs
In all lt'Kt;rviitl) iciluciul
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Costl
Ity In f.ui t- uiiiT liiniii'iiM liurtmluk In all liupurtiiii'iitn. -W
W Urossmakluy Uiulor tlio Manaaomoul o miss k. 0LA11K. JS3
;)uy llulltlln, AU crntt n month,
Daily Bulletin, 50c. per month