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Who is Your Favorite School Teacher ?
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
TUB MOST POPULAR
Vol. VIII. No. 1549
12 PAGES HONOLULU. H. I.. MONDAY, JUNE 4, 190012 PAGES
Pbiob 5 Cento.
Free Trip to San Francisco
for Hawaii Teachers
Tho school children who nro got-
ting votes for their favorite teach- 4
era should take noto tho op-
portunlty offered them to sccuro
ono of tho valuablo prizes offered
. to tho person who shall bc ure tho
most subscribers to tho Bulletin 4
4 by July 31. A good chunco for 4
4 some bright young boy or girl to 4
4 send their favorite on a vacation 4
4 trip to ban Franclico'rnd at the 4
4 same time get a brand new 70 4
4 bicycle. ' 4
Tho teacher who shall havo secured
Mo most votes at tho end of this con
test will bo given a frco trip to San
'ranclsco and return.
The old standby, the Australia, which
can always bo depended on, plague
or no plague, territorial law or no ter
ritorial law, Is tho ship that will carry
the fortunate teacher who socurcs the
prlzo on her well deserved outing trip.
Everyone knows tho Australia, and
though sho docs roll Just n little bit.
tho food you get Is so good It simply
has to stay down. Tho genial captain
r nnd purser will undoubtedly do all In
their power to mnko tho trip a delight
ful timo long to bo remembered by the
teacher who Is declared tho most popu
lar of tho Islands. The return ticket
will bo good for four months and the
visit at the Coast will bo limited In
tlmo only by tho desires of tho teacher.
If you want to glvo ono of your
teacher friends one qf tho most pleas
ant summers they hava aver enjoyed
Just cut out tho votes which appear In
tho upper right hand corner of this
pago In each lssuo and deposit them In
tho ballot box at tho Bulletin office.
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tnen subBcrlbo for tho Bulletin and get
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news and get it all tho time, and in ad
dition you will be given votes to cast
for your favorite teacher as follows,
according to tho term of your sub
' 1 MONTH 40 votes
3 MONTHS 150 "
0 MONTHS 350 "
1YEAR '.....750 "
Subscriptions aro 75 cents n month
or $S a pear in advance.
The BULLETIN offers tov tlie per
ions who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number of new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
Idt Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 70,
The winner of the ist prize Is it liberty
to choose between models 00, 02 and 94 of
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel 94 Is
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs-, and
Modefoo a heavier road wheel, w t 24 lbs.
The blcvde to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
N made between the corresDonuinc laairs'
Models, should the winner of ist rrlze be
2nd Prize, Singer Bowing Mn
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. This
v -machine will be furnished by B. Ber-
?, fterscn, sole agent for the Hawaiian
'Srd'prlze, Prcmo Senior Camera,
s 4x5, with Outfit, 640.00.
- The Premo, St., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
osed with either Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo-
'Supply Co., sole agents.
Ith Prize, m Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 6 RecorUa, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
'elected from the stock of the Bertrom
Music Co., sole agents lor me uawauan
The following conditions of the contest
oust be observed :
1. All subscilptlons must be prepaid at
east three months In advance.
2, No renewals or transfers of subscrlp
tlons will be counted In this contest as
aew subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
1. Subscriptions should be sent In as
won as secured, together with the name
ind address of the person to whom the
lubscrlptlon Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care shoul J be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
iddress of each new subscriber.
4 roily pwieuii ' t
walian Islands is eligible.
to try tor these prizes.
Subscription Rates: 8.oo per year,
I2.C0 for three months; strictly In advance.
HENRY T. OXNARD IS HERE
The Great Beet Sugar Man Visiting
Honolulu on Pleasure.
Joorntjlng Home From Orient-la Same
Bvat'Witb BiWJll Bat Don't Wut '
any More Island;. 1
Henry Oxnard, tho great beet sugar
man of America, is registered at the
Hawaiian hotel from Oxnard, Califor
nia. He arrived from the Orient in
the America Maru and will resume bU
homeward journey in the China tomor
a Dullctln representative met Mr.
Oxnard this morning just as ho wns
starting out with an excursion party
to tho Pall. Tho meeting was the re
newal of n casual acquaintance of last
Mr. Oxnard anticipated any question
by saying ho was merely on a pleasure
trip. "You havo a beautiful Island. 1
am delighted with tho cllmato .and
scenery." Ho was awaro of tho labor
question confronting tho Hawaiian
planters nnd of tho conrcrcnco tncy
wcro holding today on the BUbjcct.
At Omaha Mr. Oxnard had said to
tho same Interviewer: "You would
never havo cot annoxatlon If It had not
boon for tho war with Spain." This
was readily admitted, from internal
knowledge of tho campaign at the Ha
waiian end of tho line. It was known
that Mr. Oxnard and associates wcro
among tho most formldablo opponents
of annexation, whoso arguments had to
bo met In a rational manner lor con
vincing tho United States public that
they wcro a false alarm.
"Havo you formo'd any Impression,
since you arrived here, Mr. Oxnard, as
to tho ctfects of tho new deal upon tho
beet sugar Industry?" was asked tho
"No. As I have said, I nm hero only
"Well, nro you much afruld of Ha
waiian sugar now as before annexa
tion?" "No." was tho laughing answer. "Wo
aro in tho samo boat now, but," Mr. Ox
nnrd said with emphasis, "wc don't
want any more islands.
The Native Hawaiians -
To Hold a Convention
An application for tho uso of Prog
ress hall on the Gth, 7th and 8th Insts.
has been mado by tho Aloha Alna So
ciety. This Is ono of tho oldest of Ha
waiian nntlonal organizations, Thlch
took a lending part In efforts for res
toration of tho monarchy.
Hon. J. K. Kaunnmano, ono of tho
most prominent oldtlmo Hawaiian
statesmen, 'was asked about tho con
vention this afternoon.
The timo of opening, ho unswerod,
was not yet fixed. Ho was then on his
way to see J. K. Kaulla about tho mat
ter As to the subject of dcllbeiatlons,
Mr. Kaunaranno said It would 00 de
cided whether to organlzo a native in
dependent party or to Join one or the
American old line parties.
Was Not Drunk.
On Saturday night nt nbout 11
o'clock, Hanrahan, police officer, ar
rested Kahclemauna, n printer, on tho
outside of ono of tho up town saloons.
On the witness stand this forenoon
Hauranan stated that tho man was ly
ing down flat on his ImcK with his hat
on his chest. Kahclemauna denied this,
saying ho was sitting up when found.
Captain Parker and Jim McKcaguo,
who weio both at the pollco station
when tho natlvo was taken in, stated
positively that the man was not drunk.
Chas. Daker, who wns acting a clerk,
was hot qulto suro whether tho man
wns drunk or not. Ho got out of tho
patrol wagon and walked to tho receiv
ing desk by himself. Judge Wllcov
said ho would glvo tno man tho bencllt
of a doubt and discharged him.
Libel Against a Vessel.
The Wilder Steamship Co. by its
president, C. L." Wight, hos brought
suit for lfbel against the ship John C.
Potter fiom Nowcastlo, now at Klhel.
Tho complaint recites tho saving of
this vessel by tho steamship Klnau ut
Kalepolcpo on May 15 whero she went
ashore- whllo trying to make Klhel.
Cent's Hcrmsdorf dye black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
at L, B. Kerr & Coa, Queen street for
ono week only; don't fail to see thorn.
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
SkuUiil nl Typritii
Day and Night Cusses
ROOMS ll-lt, JTd Floor 9 A, M. 4 P. M
Hours 1 7:10-9 jo p. m
Nearly Tbree Handled Eligible Voters
Attend Mass Meeting.
CnnmltlM of TweDty- one Report Plan
Crflatilziiion and Adtrtss 10 Ptopie
ScTtral Spetcbts Dtllwid.
People wcro slow in coming to the
Democratic mass meeting on Saturday.
At 8 o'clock many were massed In tho
doorway and not a third of tho 300
chairs on the floor wero occupied. Ten
minutes later tho nsccnt of Or. Mc
Orew and Col. McCarthy caused n rush
to tho seats, about as 'many choosing to
stand along the walls as would have
filled tho seats.
Col. C. J. McCarthy, temporary vice
president, at onco opened tho business
by reading a report from tho commit
teo of twenty-one.
Matters In Report.
The report recommended a delega
tion to tho National Democratic Con
vention, and for this and tho purpose
of perfecting a permanent organization
of tho Democratic, party, that a Terri
torial convention be called to meet In
Honolulu Monday evening, Juno 11, at
8 o'clock. That this convention shrill
bo composed of ninety delegates appor
tioned among tbo several representa
tive districts, as follows: First, Second
and Sixth Districts, twclvo delegates
each; Third, Fourth and Fifth Dis
tricts, eighteen delegates each.
Primary elections in the two Oahn
districts wero recommended to bo held
on Thursday, Juno 7, tho polls to b)
open In each precinct from 5 to 7 p. m.
Delegates nro apportioned to the
Fourth and Fifth Districts thus: In the
Fourth District, the First, Fourth,
Fifth and Sixth Precincts, two dele
gates each; In tho Second, three; and
ll the Seventh, one. In tho Fifth Dis
trict, two delegates from each precinct.
It was recommended tnat an execu
tive commltteo of 21 be elected by the
meeting whoso duties and term of office
should cxolro at the first Territorial
convention. The sub-coramlttccs thctj
had been appointed were announced In
tho repoit, lz.: To prepare report for
tho mass meeting J, M. Camara, E. II.
Hart and C. L. Ithodcs. On address to
tho peoplo of Hawaii E. n. McClann-
hnn, John E. Bush and John Efllnger.
On plan of enrollment C. J. McCar
thy, Jas. Qulnn and W. H. Johnson.
On finance C. J. Campboll, W. 8.
Withers nnd John D. Holt. On public
meeting nnd speakers Frank Ilrown,
J. J. Egnn and J. S. Martin.
Thanks were proffered C. S. Desky
for tho uso of Progress hall for the
first mass' meeting.
E. D. McClanahan read tho commit
tee's address to tho People of Hawaii.
Address to Citizens,
The address opcus with cyclopedic
history of tho Democratic party. It
denies thnt Democrats are frco trader,
but bcliovcs in taxation for revenue.
Tho Republican party Is charged with
being ono of business men only so far
as to govern In tho interests or tno
enormously wealthy. Other Issues are
defined, tho Demociatlc party being
against expansion of territory or Im
perullam, opposed to trusts, In favor of
tho Nicaragua canal, taking strong
ground ngalnst tho Porto Rico policy.
"Wo bclUo in the annexation of Ha
waii a gri'at nnd lasting benefit has
come to tho puuplo of these Islands," the
committee say, nnd, whllo annexation
was not upproted by some great lead
era or tho putty, slnto It had come to
pass tho Democrats wero for equal
rights to Hawaiians. They commended
tho attitude of Hawaiians and Portu
guese In standing aloof until they
learned something of tho two Amerl
J. A. Mehrten moved thnt tho repoi t
bo ndontcd. seconded by Julius Asch
Mr. McClanahan thought tho report
should not bo adopted as a whole, un
til tho number of delegates to tho Nn
(Continued on pngo 8.)
Chas. Moroscy wns arrested Suturday
night on tho chargo of assault and bat
tery on Turk ot TurK & l.owis. motot
cy liiBUltcd Tuik's wlfo on Fort street
while sho was walking along with her
husband. When Lieut. Leslie attempt
ed to arrest him ho staited in on tho
officer. Moroscy pleaded guilty and
wns given a woveio lecturo by Judge
Wilcox. Turk explained that tho fel
low had apologized nnd so ho wns rep
rimanded and discharged. Judge Wil
:ox told Moroscy that, if ho curao up
before him again on tho same chargo,
ho would suiely go to Jail.
BBRGSTROM IMITJSIO CO,
Do Thou Likewise.
A- John Emmcluth was Joking
X- about the disposal of tho balanco ):
X- of his Juryman's fees on draw- -V
Ing it at noon. It was suggested 4-
.Y- to him that the Hospital for in- ;'.'
ctirablca needed money for run- 0-X-
nlng expenses. Mr. Emmcluth In H-X-
stantly set nsldo $12 for that ob- iV
Jcct. If tho other Jurors followed .
X- this example, the hospital would it
X- bo secured In expenses for two
X- or three months. Mr. Emmcluth's V.
X- generosity Is the moro marked In
X- view of his having been fined 125 ft
V- by tho Court for being tardy. &
CIRCUIT COURT CLOSING
At 4:55 p.' m. Saturday Judge Stanley
adjourned the May terra of the First
Circuit Court slno die, all coses nut
heard being continued until next
term. This closed the last session ot
tho court ovor to be held In the Repub
lic of Hawaii,
Tho dlvorco case ot Henry E. Cook
vs. Anna M. Cook was partly heard
when tho court adjourned.
Judgo Davis grantcu Kamahi Knme
lu a dtvprco against her husband, Kn-
hlaloa ICahlamoe. Corrca for plaintiff:
no appearand) ot or for defendant.
Judgo Davis granted Rebecca E.
Johnson a dlvorco against William II.
Johnson. Do Dolt for plaintiff; no np
pcaranco of or for defendant.
Judge Stanley fined Ah Tuck, who
pleaded guilty of assault and battery,
to pay a duo ot $50 and costs, which he
paid. Ah Sam, n co-defendant of Ah
Tuck had pleaded not guilty nnd wns
acquitted by a Jury.
C. J. McCarthy vs. J. S. Walker has
been settled out of coui t.
Judge Stanley confirmed sales ot real
estato, with tho consent of all parties,
in tho J. II. Coney estate.
Judgo Stanley appointed P. I.. Weav
er administrator of the estate of Abide
Nihoa Hoolpo under 1250 bond. The
estato consists of CO ncrcs of cane land
leased nt 103 a year to Wnlnlun Agri
Mouonp to set days for hearing have
been, made In Miriam Peleuli Amalu vs.
Mary Pnlmu et nl., Sarah E. Dergcr vs.
Chas. W. Booth and Chas. S. Desky
and Wm. Blatsdcll vs. I. It. Burns. Ha
waiian Gazetto Co. vs. J. M. Monsarrat
Is stipulated for hrnrlng In vacation
oir ten days' notice.
Humphreys & Andrews flic an
amended complaint, and W. H. Castle
ind P. I.. Weaver nn answer thereto In
tho action to quiet title oi L. Ahlo,
trubtco for Anthony I.ce, vs. Wnlalua
Judge Stanley appointed I). I.. Marx
administrator of tho estate of John
William Winter, deceased, on petition
of the widow nnd under bond of $11,
000. TODAY'S STOCK REPORT.
Ewa 30 30V4
Huwalrau Agr 315
Hawaiian Sugar 220
Honomu 175 200
Honpkna 31V4 32V4
Klhel us 18 19
KJiel pd 32V4
MuUrydo ns 5 G
MrBrydo pd., 1 . . . 15
Oohu 181 187Va
Ookala 19 20
Olaans W 3
Olaa pd 15 15
.nclfie i.ul 250
Pioneer Mill 198 208
Wulalua ob 100 105
Wulalua Pd 130 135
Wulmonolo 100 120
Intcr-Islaud S. N. Co. . . 1G0
Hawaiian Elce ,. 175
Hono. Steam Laun 100
Oahu R. & L. Co 200
Haw'n Govt. G's 9S'i 90
Haw'n Govt. 5'a 100
Haw'n G.PostSav. 4 p.e 100
HlloR. R. C's 100
Ewa G's 103Vi
Kahukil C'H Vi K2Vj
O, It. & L. Co. 6'h 10.1 101
Between Ilourdu 10 Pioneer. 200.
10:30 n. m. Session 8 Ewn, 30.60.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL KOUN
.'AIN PEN. All bUcs. all shapes 11. V.
CONVENTION OF HAWAilANb
Delegate Elected at Gath.rlig Held
at Willcko, Hani,
Not Disposed to Affiliate Wnb Democratic or It
dtptndtnl Patiy Suggestion 10 Wail Till
Wllcux and Queen Art (hard From
Wnlluku, Juno 2. Tho native poli
ticians of Walluku, Walkapu, Walhu
and ,ulehu held a meeting In tlu
jkatlng rink in this town last Wedncs
Jay evening for tho purpose of electing
x delegato to the convention of tho Ha
waiian party to bq held in Honolulu
J. E. Kaluo, a staunch Hoynllst, vrat
elected chniiman of tho meeting ird a
Mr. Mnhuka wan elected secretary,
ibero was a largo attendance of Ha
ivallans nt tho meeting and tho pro
ceedings wcro carried on very orderly.
Messrs. Thomas Clark, John T, Alull
and S. E. Kaluo mado stirring speeches,
explaining according to their own con
ceptions, the relative merits of both
tho Republican and Democratic par-
tics, 'i ho wniheo nnd Waleliu con
tingency favored ery strongly the
iinlon of tho Hawaiian with tho Demo
cratic party; but some ono In tlu audi
ence reminded hlm thnt tho head In
Honolulu ot tho Democratic party was
Dr. McUrcw, who Is known throughout
tho Islands ns '"lho Father of Anuuxj
tlon," nnd therefore there a no con
sistency for the Hawaiians to unite
with tho Democrats.
Mr. Alull urged upon the meeting
that It was neither wlso nor politic tor
tho Hawaiians to Join with the Demo
cratic party now as both tho ex-Queen
and U. W. Wilcox wcro now on their
way to Honolulu from the States rml
that tlif meeting should wait until
their loturn before they snould formal
ly aeclnre the party with which tliry
would affiliate. Thcro.wcro othcri of
tho samo opinion as Mr. Alull, so his
contention prevailed and tho meeting
electcti Wm. E. Edmonds, salesman In
tho Knhulul storn, nnd a former mem
ber ot the Legislature under tho mon
archy, to represent Maul nntlvoi at the
convention In Honolulu and ho wn in
structed not to pledge himself to
cither Democratic, or Independent par
ty until tho voice of tho ex-Queen was
heard upon tho subject. About ?20 wns
raised to defray the expenses ot the
delegate to Honolulu. Another meet
ing wns held lu Walkapu last evening
for 1.10 purposo of approving the ac
tion of tho meeting held laBt Widnc
Death of T. J. Illlnts.
Hllo, June 2. T. J. Hlgglns of Olaa.
died on Wednesday morning, at 2:45
o'rlocK, nt tho homo of J. W. Mason,
whero ho had been for some tlmo past,
so ns to bo nearer medical call. Mr.
IIIggliiH was well known In Hllb and
district. Inning come sumo 11 vo cnrs
ago to Ohm whero ho went extensively
Into corfco culture. On tho formation
of tho Hllo Mercantile Co., Ltd., Mr.
Hlgglns became at onco ono of tho
largest BtocMioIdors In the concern
Prior to coming to tho Islands tho de
ceased had, nnd ut tho timo of deith
still had, considerable Interests in Chi
cago und Kansas. Mr. Hlgglns leaves
11 widow nnd somo ciilluren. im
funeral took place on Wednesday after
Memorlnl Day exercises. Rovi CruMn
Death of George Gray.
George Gray, ono of tho oldest of for
eign residents, died nt the houso of
Win. Anld, Palnma, today. Ho was u
native of Scotland nnd CS years of ago.
For many jcais Mr. Gray kept Hon.
A. 8. Cleghorn's Btoro whero tho olllco
of T. H. Davit's & Co. Is now Bitumen
During fivo or bIx yearn past ho has
had a chicken much nt Knllhl. Ho
leaves two daughters surviving, having
lost his wlfo and a son within n few
years. Mr. Gray wns a Frco Mason.
Ho was Mch'y rcBpcctcd In tho com
munity. LEASE SOLD.
. The hast' of (ho property of thn Dow
srtt Efltate rpun which stands nt the
present tlmo the blncksmlthlng nnd
earrhigi' repair shop of T. B. Murray,
has Just hunt 'old to J. Emmeluth for
tho sum of $7,V)0. Tho leaso has twenty-four
jeurs to run.
Portuguese Had n Fit.
A I'f,:iiiKUo buck driver fell In a fit
(it the Ltablcs or tho Honolulu Stock
Yaidd Co. yesteidoy. The patrcl wngon
conveyed him tu his homo on tho
Hlopes or Punchbowl. He was Mill un
conKflous upon urrlwil there,.
Big Mortgage Incrcnttc,
Tho semi-monthly icpoit of tho Ha
wullnn Mercantile Agency reports that
during tho last fifteen days tho mort
gaged Indebtedness of tho Islands hni
If you wish to get flno Pugarccs call
In Iwakaml nnd get some to suit the
color of your hats.
Judge Davis Stays.
George A. Davis has been ro-
quested by tho Executive to con-
tlnuo acting First Circuit Judgo 4
of the First Judicial Circuit nntll
J tho admission of tho Territory of
Hawaii. Beyond that event Judgo
f Davis has the matter in his own
, hands. He has received an official
request from Washington to ac-
ccpt tho appointment as Judgo
from President McKlnlcy. Thin
fact would Indicate, as uo Is filling
tho fli st Judge's scat, that Judge
Perry will be promoted to tho Su-
PLANTERS IN CONVENTION
Tho labor convention under tho" nus
jlccs of tho Hawaiian Planters' Asso
Intlon met at tho ofhro ot C. M. Cooke,
car of Bank of Hawaii, this morning
ind Is in session this afternoon. A
'cw hours may completo the business,
jr sccral days may bo consumed.
None of tho affairs will bo given out
for publication until after tho close
of tho convention. Through tho kind
ness of C. Bolto, secretary, tho follow
ing list of gentlemen in attendanco is
Managers from Island ot Hawaii
Messrs. A.' Mooro, Paauhau; Horner,
Kukalau: J. A. Scott, Walnaku; Mulr,
Honomu; Hind, Kohnla; Ross, Haka
Inu; watt, Honokna; torlx.8, Kukui
.aole; I.ldgatc, Pnaullo; Hewitt, Na-
Managers from Maul Messrs. Ahl
born, I-ahalna; Wells, Walluku;
OJerdrum, Hana; Harry Baldwin, Pala;
Pogue, Kthel; I.owrle, Sprcckclsville;
Hocking, Nahlku; Hancbcrg, Olowalu.
Managers from Oahu Messrs. Chal
mers, Wnlmanalo; Bull, Hcela;
Weight, Kaluiku; Ooodalo, Wnlalua;
Ronton, Ewn; Low, Honolulu Ahrcns,
Managers from Kauai Messrs. Wal
ters, Llhue; Connnt, McBrydo; Fair
child, Koalln; Ewart. Kllauea; Crow?,
"'i; Morrison, Mnkawcll; Fayo, Kp
koha. intents and Owners Messrs. C. M.
Cooko. president, and C. Bolte, secre
tary, Hawaiian Planters' Association;
W. M. Olffard, J. U. Athcrton, E. F.
Bishop, Geo. H. Robertson, Jas. B. Cad
tic, F, M. Swanzy, F. A. Schacfcr, Paul
Ihcnberg, C. F. Hurt, Paul ,11, Iscnberc
J. F. Hackfeld and A. Iaenborg.
Marshal Brown itceivcd information
by tho Klnau Saturday to lho effect
that the strike of the Japanese on the
Kona Sugar Co. plantation had, ceased.
It halng been decided to conccdo to
the demands of the laborers.
Am. Bchr. 1... K. Wood, nrrived from
Tacoma Sunday with tho following
cargo: 077,694 feet of lumber, bOO bdls
shingles nnd 355 laths. Sho balled
from Tacoma May 7. The Am. bk. Bl,;
tonanza camo into port from Now
castlo shortly afterwaids with 2148
tons of coal to order. She sailed March
2. Tho Am. bk. Hcsper camo In from
the samo place at 1:30 p. m. with 117!)
tons ot coal to order: Bho sailed April
11, nearly a month beforo tho Big Bo
nnnm. For fine full dress shirts nt 11.00 each
L. B. Kerr & Co., Queen street. These
shirts are strictly high grade as to y
nnd nunllty. "
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
.... Just opened by t' e..
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with roJ fiH,
Rood style and Rood u e ir.
If you cannot come In with vour
children. end them ill and they will r
celve just the same corf and attention
and their eet will be Just a caretullj
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If you'll tort lit
bill, and promise you that both will be
t ' .