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THE I'A n ' "
mim-'I, H. I WEDNE3l)v, MY 2 1900
THE ABSIiNT-MINDt.D NAT 10 .
(Ity "Kara" with Slncccro Apologies tu
More than til,tiiv naa uctn raised It.
Aniciiui lur tnu iciilI oi uiuu) At
iclnss wiuuws Mid uiiilians. m.b. A. J.
Cassatt mil n.cbiuuniuu tf rm.aJLi
phla laUti.H navo s.u.ttd n tan.1 for
the relltl tf inu wiuuwd nuJ uio.iuu
of tho AlUUtlMl souticis.
Now we've shouted for old IhiglntiJ,
and we.vo iius3cil mound uiu tut.
And wo'vu gtvn tacli ucco. nut,? to
Lit ub atop tno hloomlng notmonsc
Bay just long cnuuKh to clut
Of tho Soulier in Uiu bloody 1'hlllp
plncs! Wo'io an absent-minded nation, and
we're somewhat Bhort of Bight
And wo'vu got this Anglomania to
Hut when it comes to bleeding nnd ti
dying In tho light,
Why uoi Biuiio ii hit of pity for our
No Duke's koii, no sir, nor son of a
(Forty thousand tank nnd file gone
to Manila Hay)
Though Alklim fails nt Splon Kop n
So, start a fund on our own account
pay! pay! pay!
There's n lot of Mrs. So-andSo's n
l'or Atkins, and tho things ho loft
behind lu pawn
Hut they havmt got a notion as to
Just exactly how
Tho war with Agiilnnldo's getting
W'c'r an nbaent-minded nation, and our
henring's getting bail,
ilul, when Johnny s working hard wt
shouldn't Hunt him
And whllo rluiRlnn Agulnaldo, ho may
tako It tathcr sad,
That we e gone nnd clean forgotten
all about liltu!
No Duke's son, nor Karl's son, but sons
ut the countiy wide
(Democrat, Hcpubllcan, It's all the
And Tommy AtUlns's wife Is not th
only wife who cried
So, start a fund on our account
and pay! pay! pay!
There are concerts quite promiscuous
for the Tommy Atkins crowd,
And the folks are droppim; money In
list the fellow In tho Philippines is not
a shouting loud
Klso theie's none of us have heard
him nil tho while!
He has thought that Undo Sammy Is
the proper sort of stuff,
Hut an absent-minded nation docs
And when he's Invalided 'cause tho
rebels used him rough,
"The Bulletin" Subscription Contest.
$200.00 in Prizes for the Best Hustlers !
FOUR VALUABLb HRIZES
1ST PRIZE, CLEVELAND BIOYSLE, $70.00.
OF MODEL 94
Spokes, blued tu Interjection.
Gear, 83i2ox 7) , ,
Tires i)i mch improved Burwell Raclnf.
Frame, 22 inch.
Crank HanRtr, 7i Inch drop.
Fork C'own. one-piece drop-forefd.
Bearings. Hiiro ell Ball, dust prout, oil
InR thn-UKh hollow axles.
Sprockets. flnrceJ and dehch.ible.
Chain, y6 I clt Clevrl md hardeneJ
block and pin, beveled and polished side
Cranks. 65i Inch.
Palais. L.cre nd Ri! TraD.
Handle B.ir. No. 16, polished leather
Saddle, Wheeler Pacing, with L post.
Finish, bl ck enamel and nickel.
Weight, 20 lbs.
Oars, 6 and 8 tooth rear: 21, 22, 2j, 24,
tS tooth fr.mt pri'ckets.
Ctauks dU Teh.
Tires, OS Inch Cleveland slnjle tube
Frame, 24 Inch.
Why, ho finds that wo'vo forgotten
nil about him!
look's sen, butcher boy, son who wants
Son of SLino sturdy farmer folk
pine to tho bloody fray
Wc'ic fond, cf course, cf tho Atkins lad
but othcts ate ntarer home
So, stait a fund cti our own mcount
:.nd pay! ray! pny!
Ns.v Vork Sun.
M:'tn'ey Atlmlr -t the Plainer
Washington, April 9. I'rcsldcnt Mc
Klnlty, when visited by llio Dewey III
scptloii Committee from Chicago today,
told them thnt Dcwiy was a gieat Ad
miral, nnd added:
"So Dewey Is going to Chicago, Well,
I'm glad of that. Admiral Dewey Is a
great man n great Admiral. He has
sat In that chnlr, pointing to a great
arm chair In tho corner of tho Cabinet
room) time nnd ngaln, nnd I have told
him that tho nntlon owes him n debt
of gratitude. Dewey ns an Admiral Is
ono of tho greatest sea nnhtcra tins
country has ever seen, and I admire
htm very much.
mwiy ii.inBi.lf has told mo repeat
illy that 1 mauc him; but that Is
iclthcr hfio nor there. I'm glad he is
,-oIng lo Chicago, and I hope he wll .
')o given a rousing reception. Ho 1
loved by all Americans, and I wish bin.
Vficpuiu's Mull All Plfjlir.
Washington, April 10. United State?
""onsul Hay nt 1'ietorla has respond?!.
o the Inquiry addressed to him by th'
Departnunt icspcctlng ex-Consul Mn
num's charge that tho oillclal mall o
he Consulate was tampered with. Mi
lay reports that after n rarcfill rieare'
'io has fn,IIcd to find In tho files of th
Consulate tho slightest evidence to sui
-tort the statement. Tho Consul fui
ther reports that there Is absolutely ii
jntcrcfcrcnco so far as ho has been
b.p to ascertain with any of the ulll
lal communications, cither tell
'rapnlc or mall, which pass betwect
ho Department of State and tho Con
Nnvy Uuys the Hollnnil.
Washington, April 13. Tho Navy
Vpartmrnt has signed a contract with
ho Holland Submnrlno Torpedo Uoat
Company for tho addition of some Its
boats to tho navy. By tho terms of
:ho contract tho Government pays
$150,000 for tho Holland. It also agrees
to pay $173,000 each for any boats of
tho Holland type It may purchaso hcre
iftcr, provided that tho boats shall bn
similar In dimensions to the new Hol
land, which will be larger than tho old
German Imports of canned beef from
Australia aro said to bo rapidly In
creasing, being now 30 per cent of such
Imports, as against practically noth
ing In 1S97.
As announced on another pacre,
A more comp'ete descr ptinn
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL 92.
Wheels. 28 Inch.
Spokes, blued to Intersection,
TIp-s. Mi men Improved Burwell de
tachable, Frame. 22 Irch,
Crank Hanger, 2j Inch drop,
F rl C'own, one piece drop forged,
Bearlnes Hurwell Ball, dust-proof, oil
ing through hiillnw axles,
inn ckets. fla"ged and detach ible,
Chiin, 3-16 inch Clovelanl hurdered
block and pin, b-veled and p IMied side
Cranks. () inch.
Pedals. O-veland Rat Trap,
Handle Btr. n-w reverstbV No, 9,
polNh-d leather grips,
SiJdle, Wheeler Extra,
Gears, 7 and 8 tooth rear; 21, 22, 23, 24,
25 toi-th fr"t sprockets,
Cr.tnks 6',i Inch.
'I ires, 1)$ inch improved Ruroell de
tach ible, .t d )i Inch or 1 Jj inch Cleve
land lnglr tube.
Frame, 24 mch,
The "CLEVELAND" name plate guarantees pericuion.
Tnis wheel is from the Hono.ulu B jyde C ., Agents fcr Clevelan.
Choice in ly be made between the corresponding Ladie' Model.v
shDuld the wini er of 1st prize be a lady
ilAHK DOMINION UOST?
Tho Scnttlo I'-l. of recent date nays
Disaster may have owitaKcn tin
ancient bark Dominion, ,nuli sail
fitm Tncomn March I for Sydn.y, Nc
South Walts, with a ca.go at iiimh
'l he fishing steamer iJUlth, Ciptal
Ctoruc SwntiUn, which has ii'riv
f.um the Wrangcl narrows hallb..
banks uroils having licked up u nf.
huat. tloatlng bottcm up, fourlcn rnllcs
north of Capo S..ott "Dominion, feyd
nty," was painted on fho stem of tho
beat. One of tho Hdlth s (.lew siw the
derelict March 30. Tho lifeboat may
ho tho relic of n wreck In wlibh tho
Dominion nnd her crew were lost, or t
Is possible that the boat was washed
overboard In a storm and never re
covered. In any ovent, tho Incident Is
not considered reassuring as to tho
safety of the lumber ship.
Tho Dominion Is ono of tho oldest
vessels In the I'nclflc. She has been
twice condemned nnd sold, but each
time ngaln went Into the merchant ser
vice. She Is a Hrltlsh eraft, command
ed by Cnpt. Kodd. Hight years m;o she
ramc to I'ugct sound (lying tno Norwe
gian ling. Having taken n load of
lumber sho put to sea and n fiw dayn
ater was found waterlogged. Sho was
owed Into Vlctotla In an imsri worthy
'ondltlon, condemned nnd sold to T. P.
ft. Whltelaw, of San Francisco. Soon
ftcr this bIio was repaired and put In
ho coal trade, running to Australia,
'apt. Orccnlenf of tho local harbor
master's oftlce, attempted one voyage
n her, but soon after ho gut to sea
ound that sho was leaking nnd
roujtht the vessel hack to port. A year
r so later Capt. Fred Mathlcson, now a
an Francisco pilot, mado n voyage In
cr to Australia, where tho vessel was
gain condemned nnd sold, Caullsbaw
lros., of Sydney, N. S. W purchased
er and they aro tho present owners.
Tho Dominion la a 1211-ton vessel,
ho carries n crew of fifteen men.
;uruous jaianesb custom.
A correspondent to tho Nippon re
oi ts n sti iingo custom observed In tin
lountalnous patt of Klta-kamharn ill'
'lict In tho provluco of Echlgo. If tin
Irst-born happens to be a daughter,
sho becomes the holrcs3 of tho family,
all tho boys afterwards born being
given to other families. Coupled with
anomaly there prevails tho custom of
early marilagc, nnd there nro some
times ns many as four married couples
under n slnglo family roof, a family
consisting of two or thrco couples bo
lt'.,"; a common affair. Tho pcoplo In
this locality subsist chiefly on farming
and mulberry cultivation nnd do n lit
tle wood cutting and charcoal burning
ns well. It may Interest tho reader to
hear a llttlo moio of ono phase of tho
simple life, of these rustles. Tho hardy
work of charcoal burning falls upon
the strongest members of tho family,
who dally proceed somo four or five
rl Into tho mountains for tho purpose.
the Bullet'n offeis to the persons who sh til hive succeeded
of eich of thee i viven below
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL No 90.
Wheels, 28 inches
Sroke, nickeled blued to Intersection,
Gear, 77 (22xS); with gear case lo7.
Tires, i inch improved Burwell Dttach-
Frame, 22 Inch,
1 rvnk hanger, iV Inch drop,
Fork Crown, one piece dmp forged,
Bearing. Buroell duit-ptoof, oiling
through hollow ,-xl-s,
S Tuckets. llanceJ nnd detachable.
Chain 3-16 Inch Cleve and h.vd-ned
block and pin. beveled a'id polished side
Cranks. (H i"ch,
Pedals, Clevf I md rat-tran,
H indie r-nr, new reversible No. 9, po
Saddle, Flnl h, black enamel and nickel,
Gears 7, 8. or 0 tooth reir; 21, 21, 23,
24. 25 tooth f'ont sprockets.
Crank-. fi'J Inch, and 7 inch.
The-, lit Inch linp'ovej Burwe'l De
tachihle and 't orH Inch Cleveland
F atne, 24 Inch.
Pedal-, UevelanJ Rubber,
Ills wlfo rises at about 2 o'clock In
the morning nnd prepnrcs n meal for
Vcr husband. Whllo It Is yet dark tho
husband, In company with other char
on I burners, leaves his houso and
nakis his way by tho light of n torch
uado of tho sugl bark. Arriving on
io spot whero tho furnaco Is coiutrtut
il, he takts out tho charcoal which is
ni y and replenishes the futnacc with
newly cut logs. 1 he work thus finish
ed, ho retraces his way homeward
carrying a load of charcoal weighing
over 10 kwamme. Ho Is mot by nls
wife, who comes up tho mountnln path
for n dlstanco of two rl to roselvo him,
and tho wife carries tho load tho rest
of tho way home. On tno following day
tho wlfo goes to tho nearest town to
sell tho charcoal nnd return with n
Biipply of food nnd other necessaries.
This routlno Is regularly maintained
from July to November. Japan Times.
YOKOHAMA SWINGS SCHEME.
A number of business men aro talk
ing of starting, subject to tho sanction
of tho authorities, n savings system
calculated to encourago thrift among
tho poorer classes. Tho plan Is to col
lect I'VlOO shares each valued at 1 yen,
nnd to keep them In deposit for thrco
years ut certain banks nnd nt tho rnto
uf C per cent. Tho Interest of 1,800 yen
accruing .from tho deposits will bo ap
plied to thrco purposes, 200 yen toward
business expenses; COO ns Interest to ha
returned to tho depositor with tho
principal nt tho expiration of thrco
ycats; nnd tho remaining 1,000 yen to
bo given ns premiums tu tho depositors
who nre to draw lots for It. thU prem
ium to bo graded into lot of COO yen,
100 yen, 10 yen nnd so on. Or coiiisj
Hits drawing of premiums Is tho fcie
tiiie of tho now plan nnd 'tho lucentlvo
'o tho pcoplo to Join tho undertaking.
Nio Department of Flnanco nnd tho
'junks do not entertain any objection
o tills plan, but tho Department of
fitstlco Is rather Inclined to regard It
Oio llit of a lottery w'iIHi li pro
hibited In this country, Howovor, tho
advocates of this potty savings system
leclaro that Us nature Is os3ontlally
llffcrcnt from that of an ordinary lot
cty, seeing that overy sub3Srlbor has
'o get back his deposit with 2 per cent
Interest on tho expiration of tho term.
Thorp seems to bo somo reason In
this explanation. Japan Times.
Ccr-tl?lcatcH for Burial.
Chun Hoy, Chinese male, 60, phthl
lis, Cnlncso hospital.
Knlalea 1,11111, Hawaiian fomnlo, Z
weeks, diarrhoea, Wniklkl.
Young Lee, Chinese, male, 1C, pneu
monia, Quarantine, Station.
Meting Chong, Chlncso male, 8 weeks
gnstro entorltts, Nuunnu nnd Wyllh
James Kanenkua, Hawaiian male, 82,
old age, Fort near Kukul,
Th" Evening Bulletin, 75 cents pet
The winner of the second prize
may choose anv one of these three
"tyles of machines :
SINGER NUMBER ij.
(OSCILLATING SHUTTLE )
Is an ea-tly operated, light running,
nols-less, ns illatlng shuttle, Inck-stitch
m ithn e, suitable for all grades of lamllv
sewing and for light manufacturing pur
poses. It has finely adjusted and positive
metnanicai movements, a snort seiPset
ting Needle, independent Thread-Con
trollers and Stitch Regulators a conibl
nJtlon which secures he highest rate of
spctd ever yet ntt'iined.
SINGED NUMBER 27.
Is a llght-maoing, quiet e.illy operat
ed. self-thre.ding lock tltch machine.
ad-ip'ed 1 1 all varieties of family sewing.
An oni; its laUst i" provements are the
slmok btitch-Kegul.itor. evenly-balanced
tension. Automate n ippih-w luuer, sim
ple Shuttle and short self-setting Needle.
SINGER NUMBER 24. .
(UIOvATIC CHIN-SI ITCH I
Is a sunple, -ilent, swl t and easy run
ning single thread machine. Intended for
all Kind- of light sewing in the home.
One ot Its many attractions consists Ip
always being retdy for use yhen ihr
needle Is Ii eaded.
Nuin 'e r 1 5 and 24 as above are with
Number 27 comes with the Cabinet
I liis table 's tlte I ite-t result of the
cabinet-maker's a t, in the Ingenuity of I's
irrungeiutiit and thoroughness of wotk
manship. The machine eat) be folded
.own below the table against a bent-wodJ
-meld that fiillv pmteits the dress of the
.perator and the llonr from all dropping of
rl, lint, etc. The machine Is thus
horoughly protected from dust when not
n use and the closed table can be utilized
o'C'he'pirpose'. The tilngrd e;;tens!nn
Mf that iovets the machine when down
f tided back when it is raised, thus
naking .1 taMe-tnp measuring 50 Inches in
-ngth bv 18 inch-s In width, and uffoid-
ip.amp'e room for the work. '
From BERGERSEN, Sole iprnt frr
Singer sewing Machines for the Hawaiian
CLLVELAND ON THE EXECUTIVE
I'rncoton, N. J., April 0. Ex-Prcsl-tlcnt
Orovtr Cleveland delivered tnt
flist of his two lectures on "Tho Intlo
pendenco of tho LJxecutlvo" In Alcxnn
dcr Hull tonight before n largo nnd
enthusiastic audience. I'rcsldcnt Pat
ton Introduced tho speaker with a
brief speech, nnd ns Mr. Cleveland rose
to begin his lecture tho nudlcnco
greeted him with rounds of applause.
'I ho lecture throughout was listened
to with marked attention, nnd at Its
close Mr. .Cleveland was greeted with
prolonged minimise. .
In tho schemo of our national gov
ernment, Mr, Cleveland said, tho Presi
dency Is preeminently tho people's of
fice. Tho laws passed by Congress nro
Inert nnd vain without executive- Im
pulse; nnd tho Federal Courts pass
upon tho right of the citizen only
when their aid Is occasionally invoked;
but under tho constitutional mandate
that llio President "shall tako caro
that the laws bu faithfully executed"
every citizen Is constantly within thn
protection nnd restraint of tho execu
tive power. Furthermore, it la only In
the selection of tho President thnt tho
body of the American pcoplo can by
any possibility act together nnd dl-
, roctly In the equipment of their nation
al Government. To tho wisdom of tha
1 men who composed the Constitutional
Convention we nro Indebted for tho
creation of nn oxecutlvo department,
j limited against tiny possible danger of
usurpation or tyranny, but, nt tho samo
time, strong nnd Independent within
"1 fully npprcclato tho fact," said Mr.
Cleveland In closing, "that partisan
ship follows party organization, that
It Is npt to he unduly developed In all
parties, nnd that It often hampers the
best nsplrattons and purposes of pub
lic life, but I hope I havo reached n con
dition when I can recall such adverse
partisanship ns may have entered Into
past conflicts nnd perplexities without
misleading Irritation or prejudice
especially on such occasions ns this."
Washington, April 18. A growth In
our tuieigu commerce from $1,000,000,
000 In 1872 to $2,000,000,000 In 1900 Is
remarkable, and iui Incrcnso of our ex
ports from 444,000,000 In 1872 to $1,
227,000,000 In 1899 is even moro strik
ing, but this growth Is Insignificant
when compared with tho growth ol
commerce on tho great lakes. The for-
3lgn commerce of the United States has
louhled slnco 1872 nnd tho exports have
'rebled during that period. During the
samo tlmo the tonnage of vessels en-;agcd-ln
oommcrco passing through the
it. Mary's Falls Canal Increased from
114,733 registered tons In 1872 to 21,
158,347 tons In 1899, tho Increase hav
ng been over 2,000 per cent, ns
igalnst an Increase of 100 per cent In
otnl foreign commerce nnd 200 per
j -ent In exports. The percentage ol
in securincr hz largest number
Premo Sp. Camera
with outfit $40.
The Ptemo Sr. represents the hlnhest
tvre of hand cimera. It Is made trom
selected mhoganv cove'rd with fine black
leather. The appearance when open Is
ext'emrlv handsome, the finely finlsliei'
mah 'gany bed. and lacquered metal w ik
bring in perfect contrat with the black
ie-,-1. r ' v'pr.
The Premo Sr. has Double Swing Back.
Double bllditig Front and rtack and fin
l.niiortociKlug, the wo-kuup iris of which
are cdlrely within the ct-e and whet
closed Is me'elv a ne it lea'he r-covced "ox
Both the horizontal .11 d vertical swlnc-
are at the center of the plate, and m iy be.
quicKiv auiusiea nv means ot a spri ig
'e-er, working in a series of notches in a
bra-s plate at the side.
The PrenmSr. it fitted with two tripod
plates and Ins a nuiel at the h'r't focu--Ingon
tli ground g'nss when de-ired. A
teverslble View Finder Is attached to tin
bed fur upright or horizontal pictures.
The Lens is the Victor Rauld Recthlna'
possessing great power, and constructs
espechllv for Hand Cam ra work. I
m y be removed from the shuttrrand th
Victor Wide Angle substituted, as the
cells of both lensjs are interchangeable.
The N w Victor Shutter, Mod-1 of 1899
with lrl Diaphragm anj I'neum.Klc Release, Ii turn
UlieJMlh tlie 1'ri'mn Sr and f nun a prominent rati
of llio outfit. It works belucen the lensefc tvttlin t
not- or ar. nt may V nilnstet lor time exposures
a) wen ai lor rapu in-iioianeou uoik.
The crounJ class Is tprlwr nctuateJ. anj recede
to Alto insertion of holder, Cjlas- Plates Cut an
Boil Rims, mav alt he U4eJ. the holders Mng Inter
clunfreaHe. .. Tl Doll Holder Is the lUesi
pattern, nrranced for Llrnt I'ror or Cartridge Rolls
uf film, and It can. therefore loaded In dav
Hght. ,,,, The sire of the x$ Premo Sr. when
closed Is only Ofuttsi Inches, Including space fo
three holders, or Roll Holder, and it weighs but K
ounJs. ..... The outfit Includes i Plate Holder
T.lpod, 1 Trays' Dvelnper, Rxer, Negathe Ruck
Gr4uate, corrni M l I -nt-,..
From LE MUNYON PHOTO SUP
PLY CO., Sole Agents,
freight carried by Canadian vessels,
which In 1887 was 7 per cent of tho to--tal,
was In 1898 only 2.2 per cent Tho
value of Canadian craft passing this
point was In 1887 f 2,089,400, and in 1898
J2,491,y00; whllo that of American
jtaft, which in 1897 was U,G34,550,
vas In 1898, $45,199,800, tho valuo of
Canadian craft having Increased less
than 25 per cent, whllo that of Ameri
can craft had nearly trebled. With
this liicrcaso In tonnngo and business
comes nil equally Btrlklng uccreaso In
freight rates, the cost of transnortn.
tlon per ton per mllo having fallen
from 2.3 mills In 1887 to .79 oi ono mill
JAPAN PLAGUE RUM0R8.
Tho Japan Times of recent dato says;
Ominous rumors aro being circulated
by somo of tho metropolitan papers In
tho effect that thrco or four cases of
pest havo already been discovered In
Osaka whero dead rats stricken by that
dlscaso began to bo discovcrcrd from
about tho middle of January. Tho ru
mors further state that Doctors Takagl
lioiuoyuj una iiasegttwa havo enno
down to Osaka almost Incognito nnd
that tlio nuthorltlcB nro endeavoring to
conceal tho alleged fact from public
knowledge. Now wo nro entirely In
ho dark as to tho truth or othcrwlso
jf this rumor, although tho rcappcar
mco of two or thico cases during this
.vet season may not bo Improbable Uut
ho strangest part of this story Is tho
Alleged endeavor on tho part of tho
authorities to hush up tho wholo nf
falr," seeing that, if this dreadful dis
ease has really mado Its reappearance,
the public ought to bo taken into tho
:onfldcnco of tho Government nnd ef
forts made with their cooperation for
he stamping out of the epidemic.
Ailvnntngc ? Finance Rill,
Washington, April 18. It Is stated
it tho Treasury Department that tho
general effect of the new financial bill
will bo to greatly Increase tho banking
facilities of tho smaller communities.
Comptroller Dawes has received a
large number of applications for char
ters of banks which will bo organized
under tho national system with a capi
tal of $25,000 lu villages of less than
3,000 Inhabitants. Tho extent to which
this provision of law Is being availed
of shows that tho banking privileges
which havo been extended by it to tho
smaller communities, thereby placing
them on nn equality In theso matters
with tho larger communities, has long
been needed. Ono of tho natural ef
fects of this law should bo a reduction
In the rato of Interest on loans.
A Trado in Itself. Citizen "Sco
here, I'll glvo you a dime, but I bcllovo
you asked mo for money only yestcr
lay. Why don't you learn somo gool
business?' Able-Bod led Deggar "I
have learned one, sir; I am u. ro
of subscribers before Julv ?ish
Six Records $30.
The zonophone, or im
provement on the gramophone
with spring mqtor. the finest
talking machine in existence
Outfit includes the new
"Exhibition" sound box, horn,
and 200 needles.
Among improvements over
the earlier types the zono
phone is side-wind, can be
wound while running, has
metal sound and horn-sup-
nnrting arm with all metal
parts finely nickel-plated.
j thumbscrew or nut is us
d to hold record disk in
lace. It alsohasanornamen
r;il polished oak cabinet.
This machine is suitable for
ill purposes, for the family
md for the exhibitor.
Frot.i BERGSTROM MUSIC
CO , Sole Agents.
The condlt'ons r( this contest appear
In the announcement on the fiist page. Any
pers n In the Hawaiian Islmds is e'lglble
to conpete for ihese prlw. With the
gnat number of competitors who will take
a 'vantage of this oppor'unl.ty to secura ono
nf these elegant prizes with" comparatively
I'ght effort, It will evidently be Impossi
ble lor all to succ-ed. In recognition of
Ivs fact, and tnat theeffors o' all may be
,-ewardd, the Bulletin will give to all who
h .11 have competed for these prizes, and
vhn are n t among the fortunate first four
n the list, some prlz. The value of the
srlze 'n each case will be determined by
b 'mount of the subscriptions sent In by
each one during the contest.
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