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WEDNESDAY, AUG. 22, 1894.
.A-RHTH 1ST ID "W 3
Btmr Klnau from Hawaii ami Maul
Am bktne 8 Q Wilder,
Francisco at 12 tu
Wednesday, Aug. 22.
MoNoll, for San
Cargoes from Island Porta.
Blmr Klnsn 300 bag' sugar, 278 ohm pota
toes, 13 bass corn. -It hogs, :i bug
bones, SO bales wool, 25 bills hides, and
i30 pkgs sundries.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Klnan,
Aug 22-Volcano! W W Nolt, Mls T
Roberts, A H Haztou and wife liert l'elcr.
son, Ouy Dennett, Hmiil Artclstcln. Mrs U
Ounn and dmigbtcr, Sister Albcrtlna. Mrs
Arms. Hlloand iWaypvrts: I'll 1)o1kc
and wife, K It l(ndi'. Dm Kianrts, Bro
Charles, Uro James, i has llonwlll. Tom
Forbes, Opo Dracon, IVIer Glhb, Miss 0
Hlrason. Miss Uclla walker, Achong. wife
ana child. V Reran, Miss II Tears, Miss J
Denier, Miss Wing, H M Keyworih, It
Perkins, I, Crooks, Mrs II A ileen and 4
children, and 82 dfck
For 8an Francisco, twr bktne 8 0 Wilder,
erbrt llygrave, Mrs V II Mue-
IiOOAXi AMD OMntKAL V3EWB.
Goorgo Doacon and Charles Hors
will of Pepeekeo are in town.
Alls 22 Herbert
gel and 2 children,
Mr Gilbert and one
The Allen A, Bcliago master, is at Matin
kona discharging cargo from Usn Fran
Cisco and will probabU sail for the latter
port on Saturday, the '"tli Inst.
Arrited Aug. 4, stmr Klnau from Ho
nolulu; 8. Rtr Hawaii from Honolulu;
IU, stmr Klnau from Hllo; 10, stmr Clnu-
dine from Hamakua; 13, stmr Kliuu from
Honolulu; 10, Am. schr AllnuA. I. I. I.
Hchage master, 11 days from Han Frsnalsco
to Hawaiian Kal way Co. Consignees, rt.G.
Wilder & Co., Kohala Hugar Co., A Tlbbs
ami Nlulll Mill and i'laiitation 'o Usrgo,
l'lno lumber, redwood, 11.13 lings fertiliser,
hay, Hour, oil, Mmp and assorted caso gro
ceries; 21, stmr Knirtti from Hllo.
Departure Alio 4, stmr Klnau for Hllo,
8, stmr Ilawll for Hamakua; 10, stmr
Ulaudlnn for Kahulul; 1ft, stmr Klnau fur
HII'i; 21, stmr Klnau for Honolulu.
WILL STAY IN OFFICE.
Marshal Hitchcock Saya.There Will
Ba No Change in Hia Bureau.
A reprosoutativo of the Bulletin
waited ou Marshal Hitchcock yes
terday. Tho question was in refer
ence to the rouowal or otherwiso of
the commissions in his Buroati
which, a in ail other, would be
come null and void after tho 1st of
September, under tho provisions of
the Constitution of tho Iiupublio.
The Marshal stated that tho com
missions for Kauai and Maul had
already been made nut and for
warded and that llioru were no
changes on thoso Islands, simply re
newals or reappointments oi exist
ing commissions. Thoso for Ha
waii had not yet been sunt, but thoro
would bo no changes thoro, and su
for this island of Oahu. In regard
to tho rumor of a chango in his own
appointment the Marshal said that
it probably arose from tho fact that
his, friends ou Hawaii wiithod him
back there, aud ho himsolf from rea
sons of health wished the sunn, but
that as long an tho Government in
sisted ou his staying hero ho con
sidered it his duty to do so. Tho
Government had insisted on his ac
cepting a renewal of his commission
and he bad dono bo. There would
be absolutely no change. Any
changes inado would only bo for
absolutely proven dereliction of
duty or violation of tho law. His
own prautiuo was as far as possible
to favor tho Hawaiian in otllco in
place of tho foreigner if equal in all
Studies will be resumed at the
Louis Collegn, Tuosday, Sept. 4.
Eleven passengers returned by the
steamer Kinau to-day from the Vol
cano. The niennial Report of the At
torney-Genoral has been received in
A large advertisement of Williams
Bros, was received too lato to get
into this issuo.
The water supply has increased
with in a few days pant, but still will
not stand wasting.
No moro hop beorl N. Breham
soils now a new delicious drink call
ed "The Morning Star."
Captain Karl Klomme has made
application for the position of
Superintendent of tho Insane Asy
lum. Owing to rough weathor tho Kinau
was only ablo to bring threo hun
dred bags of sugar from Hawaii this
Sam Stono will appear for trial in
tho District. Court on Saturday in
connection with tho Langloy bribery
Tho board of manncoinont of the
Uealani Boat Club will moot at tho
Hawaiiau Hotel at 7:30 o'clock this
Tho Kinau continues to bring in
crates of turkeys from tho other
islands. They find ready sale in tho
The Mannorchor Harmony Club
will meet this evening in the up
stairs hall of tho Pacific Saloon for
their usual practice
Samuel Adolstein. the mandolinist,
is in the city. Ho has boon giving
exhibitions on Hawaii, and prior to
returning visited the Volcano.
Mrs. M M. Third will deliver
another locturo at tho Theosophioal
hall on Friday ovoning, tho subject
being "Theosophy and Evolution."
Should the S. S. Mariposa bo in
port either this ovoning or to-morrow
ovoning tho Government band
will give a concert at tho Hawaiian
Tho Honolulu Athlolio Club had
lawn tennis practico on tho League
grounds yesterday aftornoon for tho
first time. Tho football team will
W. F. Reynolds, proprietor of tho
Golden Ilulo Bazaar, left by tho
stcamor Mokolii yesterday ovoning
for Molokai and Lauai, and will ro
turn by way of Maui.
Georgo Cavanaugh is a candidate
for the position of clerk at tho
Police Station. Matthow Kane is
also a candidate. Tho latter held
tho position previously.
Managor Lowrie of the Ewa plan
tation camo to town early this morn
ing to report to Marshal Hitchcock
on further trouble he has had with
his two hundred Japanese laborers.
Tho men struck work this morning
in a body, and demanded the dis
charge of Lennox, the plantation
policeman. Tho following story of
the cause which led up to the strike
wan given to Marshal Hitchcock:
About 4:30 o'clock yesterday after
noon four or five laborers working
in tho mill thought thoy had got
through their day's labor and start
ed to go homo. Tho engineer want
ed them to stay and finish some
work. Lennox requested them to
stop and finish the work. Three of
the four Japanese went back and
one started off, and Lennox went
after him. The policeman spoko to
the man aud claims ho never touch
ed him. Ho took the man's dinner
pail and bottlo away from him, and
the Jap said all right, he would go
back. The pail and bottlo worn hand
ed back, when tho Jap struck Lennox
on tho head, smashing tho bottlo and
cutting a big gash. Tho Jap still
retained tho remaining part of tho
bottlo in his hand and made a grab
at tho officer. The latter crabbed
at his hands, aud in doing so his
hands were cut. The Jap was also
cut in the bauds, neck and face dur
ing the scuftlo. The plantation
hands assembled in a body in tho
evening and demanded that Len
nox be discharged. Managor Lowrie
sont for Deputy Sheriff Kauhi
aud he arrived with two officers
to keep tho peace. Tho manager
then proposed that the Japs choose
six men and thoy would como to
town aud seo Mr. Fujii, the Japa
nese Consul-General. They would
not assent and further developments
wero awaited. This morning not a
single Jap was seen at work. Tho
manager came to town aud saw
tho Marshal. Consul-Gonoral Fujii
stated ho would go to Ewa, and this
aftornoon Mr. Narayama, Inspector
General of Immigrants,. K. Okkots,
a clerk from tho consulate, JJuputy
Marshal Brown, Iuterprotor Doyle
and Captain Parker left for Ewa
Marshal Hitchcock statod that tho
affair would bo thoroughly investi
gated aud if Lennox was iu '.ho
wrong ho would have to be dis
charged. If tho rontrary is tho case
tho plantation will bo upheld. The
party will return and report tomorrow.
HOW IX WAS FOUND.
TV rwtt' NttUttU' KD ( m
J. J. EGAN
514 Fort Street
Coulter's Kind Host in Alarm Be
veala His Secret.
Sinco tho finding of the box of
treasure by Dotoctive Larson yester
day, it has been learned that he
gained information of tho where
abouts through an elderly native
named Dick Napali, a ship carpen
ter in the employ of Sorenson &
Lylo. W. H. Coulter applied to
Dick at tho latter's home at Kalia
for sheltor and the kind-hearted
native gave him a room. Some titno
after Coulter, according to Dick's
story, called the native out and
showed him a cortain spot near the
houso. Coulter told Dick that in
caso ho (Coulter) died or left the
country the native would dig in that
spot and find a box. Everything iu
tho box would be bis. Hearing of
Coulter's arrest tho mind of tho old
native was bothered, through fear
that he would bo arrested for har
boring him. Testorday ho called at
tho Polico Station ami asked for
Larson. Ho told Larson overythiug
that had transpired between them,
not omitting to mention the inci
dent regarding tho diggiug near the
houso. The detectivo at once sus
pected the truth and they two
drove to Kalia. Tho uativo pointed
out tho spot and aftor diggiug alraut
lour leel the box was found.
A goodly amount of tho iowelry
found in the box has been claimed,
but there aro many articles still re
maining in tho Marshal's possession.
FINED A HUNDRED DOLLARS.
J. W. Qlbbs is Oonvlcti-d of Selling
Liquor on Sunday.
Tho Sunday liquor soiling caso
against Geo. Houghtailing and J.
V. Gibbs was coucludod iu tho Dis
trict Court to-day. Additional evi
dence was given by a Chinese detec
tivo and the two informers, Fred
Myers and Petz, who testified that
t hey received $25 each on ovory con
viction secured through their ser
vices. They purchased the liquor
with marked money furnished thorn
by tho polico. They testified that
they bought tho liquor from J. W.
Gibbs on August 5, in tho rear of
tho Bay Horso Saloon. Houghtail
ing was discharged and Gibbs was
sentenced to pay a fiuo of f 100. C.
Croighton noted an appeal.
Suspected for Stamps.
Willie Prestidge was arrested yos
terday aftornoon on tho complaint
of Mrs. Frances Nichols, charging
him with the larceny of postage
stamps. Tho apartment of Prestidge
was searched, but no stamps wore
found. Ho was released on his own
recognizance, and tho case was set
for trial ou Saturday noxt in tho
District Court. Prestidge ban boon
a sort of steward iu the Boston
lunch rooms, owuod by Mrs. Nichols
for somo time.
Even When Called Incurable
Terrible Selge- Sciatic Rhoumatlam
isa toJ Mr
Mr. Arthur Stmon
Of Galatea, Ohio.
"They said I was lacarabl, the doctor
did, but tho result has prorcn that Hood's Bar
spa Ilia was able ! enre. I had Solatia
Kiiettmatl'm anil was confined to my bed tit
months. Threo physicians did not help m and
I Was Clvon Up to Die
When I was In this tcrrlMo condition, aaaat
I na? hnaA r fact, 1 begin to take Hood's
EUmparlll.r Tho first bottlo had a little af.
feet, ami while Liking the second, 1 gained to
rapidly that 1 couM tit up In my ehslr. My sys
tem had lecn so run down hy other medicine,
that It took ni quite a wlilto to rerurwrate. lly
the time I had taken four bottles ot Hood's Bar
s.iiarllla. I rauld wnlli araaad, and now. as I
Iiava taken six tMttlei, I am carrd and can
do a Rood day's work. I do not ftel I can praise
enough." Aninun Rimox, Ottatca, Ohio.
HOOD'S PiLLS " aftr-4inar
HORKON, NRWMAN A 0O
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Decision Againat afra. BtcQrew
ness of a Juror.
In tho McGrow divorce case, Judgo
Cooper rosorvod the question of law
as to whother the legality of tho
marriage in France was proved. He
found that tho criminal conduct of
the libolloe was fully proved. Hart
well aud Carter & Carter for libel
lant; O. W. Ashford for liboloo,
While Mr. Kinney for the plaintiff
was making the closiug argument to
the jury in Thnma V. ltawlins vs.
Tho Honolulu Soap Works Co.. Mr.
Isenberg became nlnrmiugly ill iu
the jury box. Proceedings wero
suspended aud a physiciau sought
for the sick juror. Dr. Miner, after
attending on Mr. Isouborg, forbade
his rosuminghis place on the jury to
day, This aftornoon. after consulta
tion betweeu counsel on both sides,
a atipulatiou was agreed to, that tho
parties would abidn by a verdiut
from eleven jurors. Mr. Kiuney
then couoluded his address,
Judge Whiting concluded his
charge to the jury at 2:80. After
some exceptions uotoil ou both sides,
the jury retired to consider their
At 8:15 a verdict was returned for
the plaintiff for $5!UW !I.'J duumges.
MuBrayor Whiskey clear, spark
ling and smooth as silk. Tho very
best vintage of this popular brand
is to be found at "The Empire," cor
ner Hotel and Nuuanti stroots.
Bryant gono to tho bottomt Wo
hope uot, as wo have tho largest
consignment of furniture on board
over snipped to Honolulu. Seo ad.
to-morrow. Williams Bno.i.
Bert Petorsou is at his desk iu tho
Custom House again, having return
ed from a vacation at tho Volcano
on til Kinau today. Wheu Bert
left Madame Pule was iu an active
Gorham D. Oilman of Boston
gavo a fow very interesting reminis
cences of Honolulu fifty years ago
at tho Y. M. C. A. hall last night.
Tho audiouco would have been glad
to hear more.
One of tho informers in the liquor
selling caso dooided iu tho District
Court this morning, carries what is
known as a swonl cauo with him al
ways. It is of Japanoso make, and all
you have to do is to touch a spriug
aud you pull out a sword.
H. B. M. S. Champion left for
target practice this afternoon. The
gunboat anchored outside aud the
booming ot her guns at sea wore
plaiuly heard at intervals on shorn.
She will return to port this evening.
H. B. M. S. Hyacinth is expected
daily from Esquiroault, aud as soon
as she arrives the Champion will
leavo for Vancouver.
August 22, 1.W4.
My Cleurrtiit'O Sule wh a
Hticccris. It did just whut I
intended, viz. : cl nrud ruy
shelves and gave me room to
diHplny my NVw Goods. They
are nil open and lendy for in
spection. I shall only men
tion a few leaders to-day and
I want to head the list with
Wu have all the btandard
brands and in the latest
shadi s. Wo aluo received a
lurgo assortment of
Silk Glow and Mitts,
yards of the
CAPTAIN MARTIN'S BABK.
Theoiopical Lecture !
Lecture will lie Riven
11 iu M. M. TH1UDH
On FRIDAY EVENING, Aug. 21th,
At the Tlieonuiilili'iil Hull, corner of
Numim unit .MuiIiih stiuuld, Iu
Door will 0ien nt 7 n'u'ork. Uriture tn
commence promptly nt Ho'cluck.
BllliQt of Ilia Lecture will lie
" ThooBophy and Evolution "
1 lift :u
1UOKK8nOK lllt.MH.KY OIVI'.H l.l'.H
iik In rJlintlnKi I'iituu, Viiillii mill
'Ontlo, Term. -' uuliiiur. II, lil( hour,
lUvlnjc li'il '-"' yuifN1 exinriMicu mr On
lianUi nmltlliiilr 1 miner, liu In open tr mii
tUKSseineiit In tlmtu t-np cl llt). HiM of
hulluiuiiUli. 01 Km 11m miuU. Miittml
'J'sUuuon W, lllo-'iw
The Velocity a Staunch and Profit
able Old Vussol.
Tho bark Velocity which arrived
ou Saturday Inst from Hongkoug
concluded its twontieth trip be
tween that port aud this. Captain
Martin, who is the sole owner, and
commands her, has beeu master of
tho Velocity for that uumber of
yearp. Tho voasol is solidly built
and is as staunch a vessel as has
ever entered this port, although shn
is uot a thing of beauty. On this
trip the Velocity brought IKK) touB
of Orieutal merchaudiHo. Captain
Martin expects to be ready to re
turn to Hongkong ou Suptember
Dtli, aud will take as passengers
about ouo hundred Chinese.
The Velocity is chartered by a
company composed of thirteeu rich
firms in China. Theso firms con
solidate into a sort of compauy for
tnepurposuoi exporting goous 10
their agents in Honolulu. They
pay the sum of 5(H)00 for tho round
trip to Honolulu and return. All
inoiinys collected by Captalu Martin
for sleurago pitssougers returning to
Chiun aro handed over to the chart
er company, the only exception be
ing iu cnbiu piiMougers. Tho Velo
city has made trips of forty up to
sixty daH, and this lust onu wus
oun of tin) longuM, being ninety odd
days. Captain Martin is nviilnnlly
well eoiiteutcd with his lot, ami
would not bu taken to bo what he Is
reported to bo Worth, $300,000. He
is married to a Uliiinmo woman, resi
lient in China, ami can talk that Ian
guago fluently. With tho exception
of the first mate his crow is com
posed of Chluoso,
Now we have mentioned
something that catches your
eye; these Corsets aro the
latest thing out easy, com
fortable, perfect fit. prettily
finished, and what moro
need I say.
These goods are the
that ever graced my
their equal cannot
uru as rcpro-
PL UN AND DOTIKI)
Swiss Dress Goods
WHITE AND OOLOII15I)
Dimities, Storm Serges
A word all the above
goods are absolutely new, aud
as the real estate man said,
uJf you want to get in on the
ground iloor, now is your
For luininess only,
.1. ,1. ICO AN.
A HAM' JKHSr.Y COW, ?
4 vnrr iiiivv nun K"im"i
In milk. Antilv llm.l.KTlN
When the trade finds time
to doubt our assertions about
sales and prices, but one con
clusion can be formed, and
that is that we are setting the
pace on prices as well as doing
the business. There is an old
proverb that "what is one
mnns loss in auotlnr man's
gain." We are going on re
cord and change it to "what
is 3 our gain by trading with
us, and ours by increased bu
siness, is the other man's
loss." So down we g fiom
day to day in prices theio is
not a dull counter in our
store. Wo have gotten out
of the old rut the days of
large profits aro over. Lvery
day it will be something new
and temittiiiir in styles ana
prices. We can't mention
but a few articles in this col
umn, but wish to impress you
that if j on want anything iu
our line you can g"t it at rock
bottom prices, and a
If you buy those Turkish
Towels of ours you will surely
pray for rain They aro so
different from the cheap things
offered as Turkish Towels.
Cash bought these, so that we
can sell tliein at just a low a
figure as the cheap goods are
A handsome PUHSK is a
very deceptive thing. It al
most always creates the im
pression there is money in it,
and so there is if you savo on
the purchase price by buying
of us. We struck a snap in
our purchase of purses, and
will give you the benefit of it.
They run from -fie. to perfect
beauties iu Real Alligator and
liussiun Seal with sterling sil
PARAS! )JjS interest you.
lieen looking all over town
for just wind you wanted.
Hog pardon, you looked every place
but here. If you had jou would
havu seen Ladles' Small Carriage,
lilack SatcoiiH, Ulni'k Gloria, Silk
Serges, Navy IlluuSilk with Dresden
(real) China handle?, Illack Silk with
natural stick handles, uto., also a
full Hue of Meu's 24iuch Umbrellas,
No fano.r prices on the'" good".
H. F. EI1LBUS & CO.
Adeline Black Stockings !
New Shipment Just to fland
1ST. S- S
o Port atrmmx., Honolulu
The Adeline Black Stockings
Are certainly TUB UKST. They sre very K'aMle, Ksst nisrk tnrf t
absolutely SUInli-ss. We have tuwu fur
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN
In all Sires snd Qualities, In Plain Cotton, Id Dale
Thread, In Open Work ami Drop 8lltli
Call for Adeline Black Stockings I
WK AL80 HAVE THE
HEKMSDORF BLACK STOCKINGS
Warranted Fast Black, for ldlea In all Site which we are wllln
$2 ft a Dozen 1'alr.
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Sal ?p &
Arrived per "Australia."
French and Scotch OinghaniH (new).. .10c, 20c. ami 25c.
Victoria Lawim (new), 10 yds for 75c.
White Dross Goods (now). .10., 15ti., 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c
White and Colored Dimiticts (new) 20c and 25c
Flannellettfl, all colon, (new) 10 yds for $1.00
The old maxim "There
the mm" knocked out. Call and be convinced.
M. S. LEVY.
Who w now settled in Bennon, Smith & Co.'h
Old Stand, Fort Htreet.
KwongSingLoyj SING LOY
ul) CIDI SI.. "ThOBM Block.'
ll'SS llbk SI., Quir llDbllM
"k'A MAILE" Store will
hold a Clearance. Sale of its
Stuck of Goods beginning
Thumlay, Aug. 0th, and con
tinue, to (he end of the month.
This Store will go out of
hunine.8H at that time.
Come and pick out what
you want before it is all gone.
t t 1 1 1 1 1 1
JOHN T. BROWN,
Dottier In lliivsullmi mid Kurulu I'mlaKr
HtampH. I'. O. Ilux III, ilumilulii.
Hlk'ticst iirlceH kIvcii fur Dimntil and I'hwI
Hawaiian Hlamps in uii'lmtiKe for ot hi x
countries from llrst-clnsi approval aliefltx.
Blieeta forwanlvd to any pun nf the Ulauilr
on application with town rrfcrence.
J f. 11 la open to meet miy collectora hy
apH)lntiuiiii, HI J -'tin
15 M to Bore R, R. Ties!
Uu Toln. m p. 0. BOI 207.5-UIQdl Tblc 6W P. U 801 W,
Chiiiumu, ip;uu)8e and Indian Uo-.dh!
Indian SilkH, Laceu and LinetiH,
.IttpiuiuMv Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Suurth,
GrasB Cloth, Itattan Chairs, Etc., Kite..
KSA Complete TA.ILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete lino of EntfliMh and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
OA.MHMKKKB, LINENS, UAWNS, MDSI.lMh
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hata I
SOMETHING NEW JUST OUT
Trunk. Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Etc., tiu.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Partnor Wuntnd in Oil Vonotriu((.
1AM I'llKI'AltKDTOJlDiiIl. VKNKKII
Work to ohltr, Would llku to ci 11
I'ttrturr Iu the luiblnpai, to tiirnlbh inn
ulilnory and, II ilrsimlilti, lnrn the linul
nw lln-e ter ixiwrr, Hamp't'S of tlii
work i'ii i I)m o"ii nt ilm Hi 1. 1. ins Olllro,
1MII Im WIIXIA.M MANZhN.
Temple of Fashion
BIB H'ort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urge auortaunt of Uilee' aod Gklldrtn'a Bboaa.
Large Line of Summer Goods !
LarKH Huh of Woolouii at 2fn3. Flannelottbii, lU yard for fl.UU
Brown and WhiU Oottous, from 8 to 20 jartla. f 1.00 per uUxki.
moakea(r OlnghainN 12 yards for f 1.00. Guilts' aud LadW Bath mw si
Silks, Satins, Sorgos, Lawus aud Drtss Goods of nrnry dHsoription
M. Gh 8ILVA, Proprietor.
L A yon iik' hu ihiriiiini'i'iiiiii
API UK TIIIH DAV, f.
iiil' i noi'ii ini'i'i nil vsluilfvnr
mIiIi tlin iMi.lni'KHiiriitlii'rMli'ii of lli 111 in
of Whitf Wul'liaiiA ui, All irrniu are
I'imtlotii'il hkkIiM pi)ln any immoy tour
otlii'rwl.ii trunxti'tliM iHulni'.it with hi
itultt I). Ayiniiiit on our liHiulf.
' WIND WO I'll AN . CO.
Hunoiiilii, .miu n.iwi. uu-at
411 NIJUANU STKKBT.
Drj, Fancy and White Dress Goods I
Grass Cloth, Pajamas, Etc, Etc
I L. K S
tV Hlylu anil I'll Uuarautoixl. I'rlron Mixliratt.
" M:3.tu.a,l Telephone 548 -
Daily Bulletin 50 Conta pov Month.