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THE EVENING BULLE'llN: 1J0N0LULU, H. I., SATURDAY, .AT1UL 21. 1000.
Circuit Court Has El
I Usual Busy Routine j?
Monday, April 1C.
The will of tho lato Henry Wator
houso Jr. wos admitted to probato by
Judgo Sllllniau tills morniue, Mrs.
Cm co Dickey Wntcrhouso, widow of (
tealalur. being appointed executrix .
without bonds. I A. Dickey for pe
titioner. Tho eatnto la valued nt SC,-
An exhibit In tho Cnmarlnos pro
ato case, coming up tomorrow, Is a
.ocument written In Greek and signed
by A. Romanos, Minister of Foreign
Affairs for Uroece, tho signature b&ng
u tested by Daniel McOlnley, V. S.
IjiisuI at Athens.
Judge Sllllmnn has resumed tho
hearing of the Chinese controversy
over water rights In Mnnoa valley,
which occupied several days last week.
J. A. Oilman, administrator of (ho
estate of John Phillips, petitions for
leave to soil tho business of the deceas
ed, having tccclved n cash oltcr there
Interrogatories havo bom filed for
the examination of Sarah Anna Iter-
gcr In San Francisco, In her suit
against C. W. IJooth and C. S. Desky. i
Demetrius (1. Camarlnos has been
cited to appear before the Circuit '
Judge in probate next Wednesday us
41. n iiilM.ll.latl.ntnl. sf llt.l itflt'lfA tt lllu!
lilt; tiiitiiiuioit ii.ui .. n.i. .o,i i ..-,
late brother, 1'. 0. Camarlnos, and oi
dcrcd on or before that diy to llle in
ventories and nccotmtF, both as fitch
administrator and .is guardian nf his
brother while tho latter wa3 of un
sound mind before his death. Tin
brother died at Agnsivs, California
December S. 1S97. 1). O. Caniarlnm
had been appointed Riiarilhin the St!
day of July prevlom, and was appoint
ed ndmlnlsttator the 1th of January.
J89S. When api)oiut'tl guardian ho de
clared tho value nf his brother's es
tate itt $3,000. The iiwwnt proceed
ings are on a pctltloti of ('oorgo An
drews of Honolulu, a nephew of de
ceased, claiming to be one of seven
heirs. The others are living In Urrcco.
'Oeo. A. Davis Is proctor fm- petitioner.
Kmmn linker petition for probato of
tho will of her lato husband, Robot i
Hoaplll linker, In whl.li alio Is named
as solo devisee and le-iatof, aluo as
cxcutrlx without surety. Tho estate
consists of real estat ) at Lrliaimt
valued nt $5,000 and personalty of $K3.
Tho will was oxccitt.i'. April 3, 1!)0U,
tin- day before testator'-i tlr-ntli. Henry
C. Ilcckloy and C. W. Hoo'li being t lie
Marnea K. nnd William Harbottle by
their attorneys, C. F. Peterson and
Magoon & Long, flic n general denial
to tho complaint In ejectment of
Vhomas W. Unwllns.
Magoon & Long for plaintiff illo a
Viluder In demurrer In the $5,000 dam
"The Bulletin' Subscription Contest.
$200.00 in Prizes for the Best Hustlers !
ftaSo-S-SJ&xAs anncinced on another page, ih e BuIHin offeis to the persm who shill h ive s icceede J in securing the hrtrest number of subscribers before hilv?K(
FOUR VALUABLE PRIZES. A more complete descr prion of eich of the-e iv tiven below :e4Sx'&-Q y ? '
A Choice 1
OF MODEL 04
Wherls, 28 In. h I
Spokes, blued t Intersection. !
Gear, Sol 2- x 7). 1
Tires, 1 V inch improved Bunvell RacliiR. I
Frame. 22 inch. 1
Crank Hanner. iV inch drop.
Fork Crown, one-piece drop-forced.
Isearinus Knrwrll Hall, dust proof, oil-1
Inc thnuah hulltw axles.
Sprockets. Ilat'ceil and detachable.
Chain, 3-1O It ch Cleveland hardened
block and pin, beveled and polished side
Cranks, fi '3 Inch.
Pedats, ('.level nd Rat Trap.
Handle Bur, No. 16, pol.shed leather
Saddle, Wln-eler RacliiR, with L post.
Finish, bl ick enamel and nickel.
Weight 20 lbs. I
Clears, 6 and 8 tooth rear; 21 , 22, 23, 2J,,
35 tooth front -prnckeK
Cranks (li inch.
Tires, 1V1 Inch Cleveland single tube
Frame, 21 Inch.
age Btilt of Sam Furushlma vs. Cap
tain C. Taylor.
Judgo Sllllmnn gave a hearing of
Cleghorn vs. Castle Saturday morning.
The Court wns willing to tako tho mat
ter under consideration, defendant to
llle n brief within llvu days, llobort
son & Wilder for plaintiff: l L. Weav
er for defendant.
Tuesday, April 17.
A flrst batch of lire Insuinuco cases
for goods lost In tho Chinatown lire
wore commenced yesterday for tho noxt
term Circuit Court. They waro three
by Yco Wo Chan & Co. vs. Hambutg
Hremcu Fire Insurance Co., two case.?,
nnd one case against Transatlantic ''Ire
Insurauco Co., nnd another by Wong
Chow vs. New Zealand Insurance Co.
Tlicro will be more.
F. A. Schacfer has filed his second
nnd last account as executor of tho
cstnto of Myron J. Hose, deceased, with
n, petition for discharge. Ho was ap
pointed February 2, 18S3, and tiled his
first account on September 19, 1SS1,
when tho c3tato owed him J2790.C9.
Since then ho has received nothing,
but has paid S254.C0 for land sold whldi
was afterward discovered not to bo
decedent's property. Without calcu
lating Interest, tho estate therefore
owes him $3011, but Mr. Schacfer
waives tho whole amount for tho bene
fit of the heirs. Tho only property bo
longing to tho cstnto Is tho homestead
now occupied by decedent's family in
Tho twenty-nine suits of tho mem
bers of Hognn's minstrels ngnlnst tho
C.-A. S. S. Co. were filed lato yesterday
afternoon by Kinney, llallou & Mc
Clanahan, attorneys for tho plalutirfa.
Each claims $20,000 damages.
Wednesday, April IS.
Judge Sllllmnn still gives attention
to tho Manoa water controversialists.
I'hc hearing Is now on Us seventh day
.f tho latest scries. There wcro several
irarlngs previous to this one.
W. It. Castle and 1'. L. Weaver for
plaintiff give notice to Kinney, Hallou
& McClanahan for defendant that to
mot row they will move to set n day for
ti lal of the ejectment case of Knuha vs.
Mtb. Annlo Ilonch petitions for let
ters of administration on tho estate of
her lato husband, Daniel William
Uoaeh, which Is valued at nbout $500.
Hcsldcs tho petitioner the heirs nro two
sons William Allen aged four years,
nnd John Arthur fourteen months. C.
Crelghtou for petitioner.
In tho matter of the application of J.
A. Oilman, administrator, for loavo to
sell tho business of the late John Phil-1
lips, after hearing Mr. llallou for tlivi
administrator and T. McCants Stewart
for tho creditors, Judgo Sllllmnn ruled
that notice should bo mailed to all the
creditors to appear In court on Mon
day next and show cause, If any they
havo, why the petition should not bo
This was tho day D. O. Camarlnos
was under citation to nppcar as admin
istrator of tho cstnto of bis Into broth
er, P. G. Camarlnos, and as his gunid-
aS U ivrbMaiViAl
s Given Between thes
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL 92.
Wheels, 78 Inch.
Spokes, blued to intersection,
Tirs, ijj inch Improved Hurwell de
tachable, Frame. 22 Inch,
Crank Hanger, 2H inch drop,
F' rk Ctown, nne piece drop forged,
Krnrlnes Hurwell Hall, dust-proof, oil
ing; through linll.iw axles,
Sprockets. Il.i' ged and detachable.
Chain. 3-16 Inch Cleveland Inrdencd
block and pin, b-vcled and p llshed side
Cranks, fy( Inch.
Pedals. (Ji-vcland Rat I rap,
Handle Bar, ii'w reversible No. 9,
polish d leather irrlps,
Saddle, Wheeler Extra,
Gears, 7 and 8 tooth rear; 21, 22, 23, 24,
25 tooth front sprockets,
Cr.mks, Ojj Inch,
'I ires, i) Inch improved Hurwell de
tachable, at'd 1 s Inch or iH Inch Cleve
land single tube.
Frame, 24 inch,
Iv (mm vV J
The "CLEVELAND" name plate guarantees perfection.
This wheel is from the Honolulu Bicycle Co., Agents for Cleveland
Choice may be made between the corresoonding Ladies' Models,
should the winner of 1st prize be a lady
lan beforo death. Geo. A. Davis appear
ed for Geo. Andrews, petitioner, nnd O.
Crclghton for tho respondent. Th
latter complained that a copy of tho
petition was not served with tho sum
mons, ami pleaded cause for delay In
the urgent business of respondent con
nected with tho departure of tho steam
er Australia. Judge Sllllmnn ordered
tho respondent to Illo within one week
Inventories of tho property of the ward
nnd of tho deceased, nlso accounts In
both matters of nil moneys received
and disbursed by him.
An Injunction against Clins. J. Flsh
cl has been granted by Judgo Sllllmnn
on tho petition of Lnu Lan nnd Fu Sco
upon an approved bond of $500 being
The plaintiffs claim that some tlmo
bgo the defendant leased a certain plcco
of property, 49C0 feet In area, In K.i-mnnu-wnl,
Chinatown, to Hut Fat nnd
that, a little later on thin was sub
leased to them. On tho 12th of Jan
uary Lau Lan was taken Into quaran
tine nnd Fu Sco was absent in China
town. On the 20th of tho same month
tho buildings ou tho property woro
burned by order of tho Hoard of
Health. While Lau Lan was in quar
antine tho rent fill duo nnd now tho
defendant threatens to dispossess
plnlntllfs of tho premises on account
of tho breach of contract. The plain
tiffs further nllego that the rent was
ovcrduo only n few days and that this
was duo to tho fact that Lau Lau wns
detained In quarantine. The money
has repeatedly been offered to tho de
fendant but has been as often refused.
Humphreys & Andrews for plaintiffs.
THK LAST OAIt.
inn last cars of tho King t-tr.'-t line
4'jlng to VVnlklkl and Palamn pnsa thr
Vurhor Saloon. Tim cleverest mtxolo
ifis in lie cu lire mere ainuyu 10
.nit you up anything you ma lotilrp
Uiop In ninl tako n drop before yoi.
nl.p the car. The celebrated tJcattb
ritcr Is o bo bad here on draiulit. A
ill ii, of liquors. Including tho tr.
'iiius Join- Moore Wblskoy. i'te., al
'yys on han.. Received per Warn
aioo llnirilrr Hock Deer ou J. aught
I'lii' Ani'lim- Siloou In hf-rt- lo pl a.w i.f
I'BH s ,S , I'STIlALTA
Just landed a full line of grapes, ap-'
pies, oraugi's. lemons, celery, cabbage
epullfliiwpr. cniiibi'iilfs. biirbank and
I'i'il potatoes, mica, salmon, flounders,
biillbut. crabs, Kastcru and California
ovslets (In tin and shell.) turkeys,
chickens, ducks, quxll. A .all line uf
dinned goods. OAMAUINOS' HliFltl
UKUATOK A baby carriage Is for sale. See For
American Messenger rrvlco Ma
ionic Temple. Tel. 141
Nicely furnished rooms at tho Pop
'ilur House. 151 Fort street, from $1.00
iit week mi.
For a nlco collection of Island views
go to Gsnsnlves, photographer, Hcre
tnnla near Alapal street.
e Models :
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL No 90.
Wheels, 28 Inches
Sroke-, nickeled blued tf Intersection,
Gear, 77 (22x8); with gear case 19x7,
Tires, 1. 'a inch Improved Hurwell Detach
able, Frame, 22 Inch,
r;'iik hanger, 2js Inch drop.
Fork Crown, one piece drop forged,
Hearing. Hurwell duvt-proof, oiling
through hollow axbs.
Sprockets, Hanged and detachable,
Chain. 3-16 Inch .CleveanJ ha-d'iied
block and pin, beveled a'td polished side
Cranks. fiJf inch,
Pedals, Clevf land rat-Iran,
Handlebar, new reversible No. 9, po
lished letthr-r gr ps,
Saddle, Flnl-h, black enamel and nickel,
Gears 7, 8. or 9 tooth rear; 21, 22, 23,
24. 25 tooth front sprockets.
.Cranks, fi.'i Inch, and 7 Inch,
Tires. H Inch improved Hurwell De
tachable and iH or 1 ii Inch Cleveland
F-ame, 24 Inch,
Pedals, Cleveland Rubber,
Delinquent - Slock
Kauiulo Suffir Co., Ltd.
On WEDNESDAY, April 25,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my sale-room, i Queen sttett, Hono
lulu, I will sell at Pub fc Auction, bv order
of the Treasurer, Mr. Must tee, the follow
ing delinquent stock of the Kamalo Sugar
Co., Ltd., unless the DELINQUENT as
sessments, wit. Interest thereon, are (aid
nt the office i f P. Hustace, Honolulu, be
fore the day of sale:
No. - No.
tf6 Chaj II. Athfrton
ay? Jime Armstiong
3uU Jitnet Armvionf-
3o"Jnine tAimsirntiK ,
tSi 1!. C Athnton
S) L C. AHm
,4 L At'e
aS- I. C Ab'ej
i'b L C AMfi
3--t. C. AHm
8j-l. C AWm
Mi-V. O. i-Mty
4i (ini. An J 1 ws
V-1 It lliim-tt
i' H II irti- tt...:
fni I. II. Hiirncl
61, -I'. II. Iluimtt ,
6n-l H Ku neti
Oij-I". II Ilurntli
Qt r. fluchl y ,
t8 T. BucMty ,
i Ch.i. Hciltna ,
oj f In. Htliln.t ,
so Otis, IMIina
aoi Q11. IUrl'ln.1 ,
ni-C.h.i lltfaini '
Mi-Carl. W. (i. Honnet
7jl i: It. Illvrn.tr
1-II. li. Hail
tw Mm. C. H. Iltakc
,?? Jm. II Hiyl
4? .la II HnyJ
711 O. II, Iktrey
?o 1-. U lllv-n tr
11' I. fi Huh. Ir
1-8 I. U, II h.1r
us 1. k nuh
4ift--l:. S. ll'iiJ ...,
s?q Capl. W, C rirwhi
5io-:pi W. C. Iliulin
C3a J II. (.urnming.
7U J II. CuinmlnK
4U t.lnu'l (.O'lll
T16 .1 M. Catijtun
61-A P. Clark
(,i-. F CI.11U
6)-A P. Claik
47--W. I.. )i,nev
U7 U t . DKnrv
703 W. L. Ilisny
701 W L. DlMiev
li (iio. A. H,vll
ill O...., A DivIj
401 P. I, Dorti h
4Ci V. I.. Do Ich
407 r. I.. Dorlltl
411 P. I. Dortch
404 P. I. Doncti
(V)7 C. T. D v
71 W. Al. U BaU
110 H. Tvani
151 H. Evan
746 II. Fvan
74J II. Pv.in
)8-C J. Pislul
I 9 Mm. II. I Mid
765 H A Pranson
j76 W. P. IVnncll ,
J78-W P. Pnnell
100 p A. (iirtlHT
The winner of the sucoml prize
may choose any one of thesi; three
styles of machine :
SINGER NUMBER k?.
(OSClLLAI ING SHUTTLE )
Is an eally operated, light r inning,
nolseles, os Mating shuttle, lock-stitch
tn.ichlre, suitable fi rail grades of family
sewing and fur light manufacturing- pur
poses. It Iris finely adjusted and posiilve
mechanical movements, a short self-set
ting Needle, Independent Thread-Controllers
and Stitch Regulators a combi
nation which secures 'he highest rate of
spted ever yet attain. -d.
SINGE1 NUMBER 27.
Is a light-running, quiet easily operat
ed, self-thre.dlng lock-tltch maJnne.
ad ip'rd 1 1 all varittles of family sewing.
Among Its laUst I" provements are the
simple btllch-Kcgulator, tv niy-balanced
Tension, Atitoni.itlc H.iiibiu-Wluder, sim
ple Shuttle and shott self-setting Needle.
SINGER NUMBER 24.
is 11 simple, silent, swl't and easy run
ning single-thread machine, Intended for
all kinds of light sewing In the home.
One of lis many attractions consists In
always being re.ily for use when ihe
needle Is threaded.
Numrtcr 15 and 2 as above are with
Number 27 conies with the Cabinet
Tills table Is the litest result of the
cabinet-maker's art, in the ingenuity of lis
arrangement and thoroughness of work
manshlp. The machine can be folded
down below the table against a bent-wood
shield that fullv protects the dress of the
operator and the floor from all dropping of
oil, lint, etc. The machine Is thus
thoroughly protected from dust when not
In use. and the closed table can be utilized
fo cti'.e- pu-posec The hinged extension
leaf that covers the machine when down
is folded back when It Is raised, thus
making a table-top measuring 50 Inches In
length bv 18 indies in width, and uffoid
ing ample room for the work.
From BERGERSEN, Sole Agent frr
Singer Sewing Machines for the Hawaiian
)-A. O. Hitchcock
ti II, H. Hitchcock
8 II. K, Hitchcock
i , H. Hitchcock
1)4-11. K. Hitchcock
4IV-II. Iv. llllvl.C lk
-43-11. It. H,lciu:a.k
44 --M, H. Ill rhciick
tit II it. Iiluticock
4y-H. K HhJu-iKk .....
1 o M-s. II. K. Hlichcnck
l Ml-i II. C. lilt hctk.
88-J M llorl
16 V. A. Hentlull
16. -W. A.,njMi
160 Inef ll.ison
165-- J. b. Huston
5 4--II. fa. HcnJrlckj
ojo Geo. Harrison ,
157 J T, Hiltus
Co3 Geo, Hachcni
409 Geo. Hltcrens
410Cieo, II ichens
4H- Geo. Illtctirns
sit II. J. Harrison
5)i II. J Harrison
59 H, J, Harris m
5ji II. J.lla rlson ,
S li. J. HarrUon
596 11, J. Harrison
)68"(ico. Lycureus, tr ....
(6a(ieo. I ycurgus, tr . . . .
tl--.l. C. Line, ir
1 49;--Mrs. J'lltn Lucas
v-j--mii, uuiiii I.iin9 ....
97 O. I . MuJioX
4H--II. R.M ef
4JI-II. P. Meytr
4J1--H R Atijer
455-11. H Meytr
75--W C. Meier
-9--A. A. ,Mecr
Rj-II. I'. Mecr
76 -T. T. vtejir
77--0. S. Meyer
8t"K. W. Macaulay
174 Miss MoMirtun
4i9'-Wm. AUtt.ri .... ....
ai9 fcmmett May
3x ' "
ll" " "
317 " "
3s)-- ' "
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Jit" ' ,
313" " "
f3Mri E. Mutlcr
l II. I:. (ijre
jj I. A. Jacobs
315 U. A, lorJan
3 6 U. A Jt.rJan
391 V. II. Joltson
75s J. C. Johnil.m
91 J C J .linston
48," Paul J. Jarrrtt
4b4--W. I. Jairttt
atjft TntK. I), IiikvmoIc ...
54--J. K. KatiooUanu
m D. H. Lt, tr
7J7 Ltta Lucas
166- 1 te 1. L cut cus. tr . . . .
)67-.Gci. Lionets Ir ....
tar .Jennk- McLaln ....
717. John McLaln
431 Mrs. Witt. Mutch ..
44a. Mrs. Mm. Mutch
4i..Airs. Win. Mutth ...
474 Mrs. Wm. .Mutch...
4t4 .J.11. I'. Atornati
465 J is. P. itori;an
4&0 ..las. P Atort-an
467..J.1S. P Morgan
468 Jas. p. Morgan
4'j9. Jas p. Morgan . .
470..J.1S. P. Morgan
418. .J.ii. P. Morgan ....
.01. .P.. M. Mcl'ltctrUce ..
10a .13 M, MclhotrUKi.'...
to) .li. M. MiPtmTlJge . .
101 . .1:. ,11. wci'iirtruge ...
105 .U. M. Mcl'liilrlJRO...
aso. .Jas McCrtM v..
J. 11, .vcveij.li, .
4 if. .James Nott. Jr.
fio4.. James N.lt, Jr...
10.).. W II. Nott
Oi..W. li. N.nt .. ..
304 Sim Nott
46. .S. P. Nott
89. .S, I. Nott
.14 .W. P. O'Brien ...
'51..J. Al. OUrlen....
).. Juhn Ouaerklik ..
i(i P.M. Nalual.. ..
o. W. II, Newcomb.
Premo Si Camera
with outfit S40.00.
The Piemo Sr. represents the highest
ty eif hand camera. It is made from
select d nuhoganv covered with line blacl
pailur. The appearance wln'ii open h
ext't melv handsome, the finely li- islied
mah gany bed, and lacquered metal w 'tk
being hi perfect contrast with the black
The Premo Sr. has Double Swing Buck.
Double blldli g Front and Rack and H"
Inn for focusing, the working P ins of which
are entirely within the cae and when
closed is nicely a neat lea'hervove ed nox.
Both the horizontal and vertical swings
are .it the center of the plate, nnd may tv
qulcklv adjusted by means nf a sprii g
lever, wotkt' g In a series of notches In a
bras pl.ite nt the side.
The PreimiSr. H filled with twoiripod
plates, and has a panel at the hick foam
ing on tit- ground g ass when de-lm.1. A
reversible View Finder is attached to the
bed f r upright or horloutil pictures.
The Lens Is the Victor Rapid Rectilinear
pissesslng great power, and constructed
espcclillv for Hand Cam ra work. It
m y be removed from the shutter and the
Victor Wide Angle substituted, as the
cells of both lens-s are Interchangeable.
The N w Victor Shutter, Model of 1S90,
wlili Irlt l)l.tpltr.i;tn anj 1'iwum.itlc IfeliMse, It linn
IslieJ wltli tl,u Prentti Sr anj litnns a prominent pail
(il the iiutltt. It uurks HMiH't'tl tltf Icntet ultlltt t
nuUu ur J-ir. anj m.-iy H adjust! for time tpciurs
as well as for rapU InstinMncous wink,
lite KritunJ kLiss is spring actuateJ, ani recede
la allow Insertion nt ItolJer. (ilass Plates Cut anj
IJ.iH nilins, mjv all tv u.seJ. lite h'tUers being Inter
cltanireable. .. H Roll Holder Is lu Uiest
pattern, arranged for LIkiiI I'rni'i or Cartridge Hulls
of ttlm, and It can, therefore J loaded In day
light. .. The sle uf tlid 4iss Premo Sr. uhen
closed Is only sf.4Hs Inches, Including spice for
three holders, or Itull Holder, mid It weighs hula!,
rounds The outhl Includes t Plate Holder.
Tripod, 1 Trays' Deselnper, l:lser, Negallse R.uk,
Cjraduate, Stirring Icod and Lantern.
From LE MUNYON PHOTO SUP
PLY CO., Sole Agents.
tTjBhiiHEQlSrErl if" Y
,W. II. Nencotnb .
.N G. Peterson ...
John Palaika ..
, Prank PtcheCo ...
W. ( K"ey
.W. H. Wiley
W, R, Riley
W, R. Riley
W. R. Riley
C L. Rhodes
J. II. Schnack....
J. II. Schnack....
J. II. Schnack ...
.J. II. Schnack..,.
Dr. J. Shaw.
Dr. W. n. Taylor
Tone Chonjj .....
Jas. Thompson ...
II. Vicars ,
W. p. Wilson
Alss K. V.tWooJwrJ.
P. II. West '.',
J P Wayson, jr..
J. S. Walker
W II. Wolitci!!!".
J. K. Murkctt
444 . " "
719. .Mrs. ALT. Klurgcl
740.. ' "
741.. " "
743.. " "
741.. " "
J. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer
-44M -! WWWMWiBlft, WWWWOWMr.Mg'W,
Will Mr. Iltins Antonsen nnil Ar.
Jiicob Jirjicnst'ij cull .nt the office
of VVM. G. IRWIN & CO.
The ItVgula' Annutl Alcttl-c nf the
PAI.AA1A COOPhltATIVE Gl'OCERY
CO. LTD., will be held at the com
pany's office on Thurso! iv, Arr'l 26, at 2
p.m. E. flt-TJENS.
The annual meeting of the Stockholders
of the KsMALO SUL.AR CO. LTD.,
will t -ke place at the room of the Cham
ber 1 f CommiTce at 9: 10 a. m., on Wed
nesday, the 2?th div of April, 1000.
Secretaty Kamalo Sugar Co., Ltd.
Six Records $30.
The zonophone, or im
provement on thegrsmophone
with spring motor, the finest
talking machine in existence
Outfit includes the new
"Exhibition" sound box, horn,
tnd 200 needles.
Among improvements over
the earlier types the zono
phone is side-wind, can be
vvound while running, has
netal sound and horn-sup-jorting
arm with all metal
jarts finely nickel-plated.
No thumbscrew or nut is us
.jd to hold record disk in
jlace. It also has an ornamen
tal polished oak cabinet.
Phis machine is suitable for
ill purposes, for the family
ind for the exhibitor.
From BERGSTROM MUSIC
CO , Sole Agents.
The condlt'ons of this contest appear
In the announcement on the fust page. Any
peisjn In the Hawaiian Islands Is eligible
to compete for these prize-. With the
great number of competitors who will take
advantage of this opportunity to securo one
in uicse ricKiuu prizes wiin comparatively
slight eff irt, It will evidently be Impossi
ble lor all to succ-ed. In recognition of
this fact, and that the efforts o' all may be
rewardsd, the Bulletin will give to all who
sli ill have competed for these prizes, nnd
who are not among the fortunatefirst four
on the list, some prize. The value of the
prize In each case will be determined by
the amount of the subscriptions sent In by
each one during the contest.