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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. ...""THURSDAY, JANUARY' J, igot.
eG&eese$eee6ee6Se66 ex elihu Thompson,
SEATTLE RAINIER BEER
For Sale by Everybody !
The Governor directs that notice be Riv
en that he has commissioned W. A. Mc
Kay, Esq., District Magistrate of Walluku,
HENRY E. COOPER,
Secretary of the Territory.
Capitol, Honolulu, Jan. 2, tool. a8-it
Notice to Taxpayers.
Honolulu, Jan. 2, 1001
I beg to direct your special attention to
that portion of the statute (Sec. 870, Civil
Laws, i8o7)provldlngthat taxation returns
shall state the "description, situation and
value" of the property returneJ, and to
Kule 2 of the Regulations of the Hoard of
Equalization providing thai tlie area or lanu
as we I as Its location and other descrip
tions shall be stated.
And 1 have to notify ycu that no return
vnlcn does not comply with the law and
laid Regulations will be accepteJ Dy me,
I7l8-Jan 3.10,17 Asesor of Oahu
TO THE INIIADITANTS AND OTH
Ell PERSONS I.IA111.E TO PAY
TAXES IN THE TERRITORY OF
The Assessors of the Territory of
Hawaii hereby gle notice that their
utnecs will bo open from the l'llt.ST
TO THE THIRTY-riRST DAY OP
JANl'ARY. Inclusive, from 9 a. m. to
A p. m.. (Sundays and holidays except
ed), and on SATURDAYS until 12
coon, and all persons liable to be taxed
In Bald Territory of Hawaii, cither in
their own right or as Guardian, Admin
istrator. Executor, Trustee or other
wise, arc required by law to bring in to
the Assessors, within the time above
specified, true lists of all their polls
and estates, both real and personal.
Your attention Is called to the fol
lowing regulations of tho Hoard . of
Equalization for the Assessment and
Collection of Taxes for tho Territory of
No. 1 Value of land to be separate
from value of buildings nnd improve
ments. No. 2 In making a return, state the
xtrcet and number of lots In town, or
lots In tho country shall bo describe.
by noting the names of the III or
Ahupuaa In which they are situate!
and the number of tho Land Com
mlfslon Award and Royal Patent un
der which the land Is held, and the
area. Also stato If any property hai
been sold during the year, to whom
and for what price.
No. 3 Returns of Personal Property
arc to be as of your books of January
No. 4 Under leasehold Interests u
schedule must bo given of all leasee
their term, rental and unexpired
No. 5 Growing crops of nil kinds, not
specified above, aro taxable. Grow
ing rice is to be assessed May 1.
No. G All Schedules nttached to this
return arc a part thereof and must bo
filled out as follows:
Schedule A Entitled "Growing Crop
of Cane," requires the following par
ticulars: No. of Acres, Description,
Valuo per Acre, Estimated Yield In
Tans of Sugar of Crop Canes.
Schedule B Entitled "Lands Leased,"
requires particulars as per rule No. 4.
Schedule C Entitled "Lands Held In
Fee Simple." requires particulars a
per rule No. 2. Also state Is tho land
In Forest, Cane or Pasture.
Schedulo D Entitled "Cattle List," re
quires number and valuo of working
and herd cattle, milch cows and
bulls, native or Imported.
Schedulo E Entitled "Information
Required In Estimating Aggregate
Valuo of Business Enterprises for
Profit, required by Section C8, Sc
slon Laws, 1S9G," statement of past
ear's business. Amount gross re
celpts. Total actual running cxpen
vs. Amount net profits. Number of
tons of crop If a sugar, coffeo or rice
plantation. Sales of corporation
stock. Name of vendor, nnmo of
endee. number of shares, prico paid,
number tors, estimated crop for tic
succeeding year. Estimated ngsin.
galo value 01 business enterprise.
No. 7 Consignments of Propel ty wher
ever from, in or out of bond, aio to
lio taxed here.
No. 8 I'eisonal taies aro to ho paid
by every male Inhabitant of tho Ter
rltory of Hawaii between tho ages of
tnenty and Blxty years, unless
exempt by law.
Assessor of Oahu.
WILLIAM T. IlOniNSON,
Assessor of Maul.
NATHAN C. WILLFONO.
Assessor of Hawaii.
J. K. FARLEY,
Assessor of Kauai.
THEO. F. LANSING, Treasurer.
Honolulu. December 31, 1900.
Tho Treasurer approves of tho fol
lowing list of persons to act ob Deputy
Assessors and Collectors for tho year
Oahu Alexander D. Thompson
Honolulu .'..... James L, Holt
Ewa and Walanao .. Frank K. Archer
Wolalim Edward lloro
Koolnuloa William K. Knthburn
Koolaupoko No. 1... .Henry C. Adams
Koolaupoko No. 2 James Davis
I.ahnlna, Molokal and Lanal
O. II. Dunn
Walluku James N. K. Kcola
Makawao W. 0. Alkcn
liana A Gro3S
Hlla and North llllo. Geo. II. Williams
Hnmakua William Horner
South Kohala Wllmot Vredenbur,-
North Kohala Eben 1'. Low
North Kona J. Kaolemnkule
South Kona H. John Ahu
Knu William P. Kenncll
Puna Henry J. I.ymnn
Walmca and Nllhai T. ttran.lt
Koloa Henry Illnko
l.lliuo .1. . Hnnalkl
Kawnllinu J. W. Noal
Hannlcl W. II. Dover!!!
Tlino. V. LANSINO, Treasurer.
Honolulu. December 31, 1900.
172S-3t Jan. 3. 10. 17.
M c cu!-:
b ncw: ui Jinuiniig ;
Along Water Front j
Recent advices are to the effect that
the steamer Strathgyle now used ns n
transport by the government Is to bo
released and will carry freight to
Oriental ports for tho California l
Oriental Steamship Co.
The repairs now being made to tho
schooner Twilight ns recommended by
the board.of survey appointed by Judge
Estee of the U. S. District Court. After
the repairs arc completed and accepted
by the board of survey and the court
the schooner will clear for San Fran
cisco with her cargo of copra.
The United States District Court of
the Eastern District of Virginia recent
ly sentenced a shipping master to n
fine of $30 and costs amounting In all
to $137 for n violation of Sec. 24 of tho
Act of Dec. 21, 1S98, for demanding and
receiving advances nnd pay from three
seamen for furnishing them with em
If nothing unforeseen happens tho
U. S. transport Klntuck will leavo for
Manila on Friday at 4 o'clock In the
afternoon. Arrangements havo beci
made by Quartermaster Captain Hamp
ton to expedite the loading of the 8rS
head of horses nnd mules. Tho ves
sel has been thoroughly cleaned and
whitewashed In tho portion devoted to
the care of the stock.
The four-masted Chilean hark Atta
which arrived yesterday morning with
coal from Newcastle was visited yester
day by several parties. She Is a new
vessel, was constructed in England and
Is one of tho few four-masted barken
tines afloat. She Is now on her mnldcn
voyage and after discharging her car
go of coal at the Railroad wharf, will
proceed to the Sound to take on n cargo
of lumber for Australia. Tho vessel la
In command of Captain Thronagli-,
who Is proud of his new charge.
The following vessels will sail with
dispatch from San Francisco to Hawaiian
ports: Bkt. S. G. Wilder, Jackson, for
Honolulu, F A. Schaefer & Co., con
signees; bark Diamond Head, Peterson,
for Honolulu, H. Hackfeld & Co., con
signees; bark Martha Davis, McAlmon,
for Hllo, Welch & Co., consignees; bark
Mohican, Kelly, for Honolulu, Welch &
Co., consignees; ship Emily F. Whitney,
Brlgman, fcr Honolulu, Alexander &
Baldwin, consignee!; schr. Helene, Chris
tensen, for Honolulu, J. D. Sprrckels &
Bros. Co., consignees.
.IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
States (or the Territory of Hawaii In bankruptcy.
In the matter of J. A. Butterfield, bankrupt. To the
credlMrsof J A. Dutttrfie'd. of Honolulu, Island of
Oahu. and district aforesaid, a bankrupt.
Notice Is hereby given hat on th tthJayof T
amber, A D , 19. (he said J. A. Bttt?rfieid was duly
adjudicated bankrupt : and that the first meeting of
h scredltoriwlll beheld at my office, In the Ma goon
oulldlnff. 01 the corner of Merchant anJ AUUa
streets, In said Honolulu, on he tist day of January,
A D.. 1001, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said day,
at which time the said credlto s may attend, prove
their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt,
and transact such otrer business as may properly
FRANK E. THOMPSON,
Referee In bankruptcy.
H nolulu Ja uny end, iqqi. iraT-Jan ,s.g.n
MR. C. BOLTE RETIRED FROM
the management of our firm on this date.
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO., LTD.
Honolulu, January, i, i8or. i7J7-3t
R. W. ATKINSON
Houses, Rooms, Oices,
FURNISHED OK UNFURNISHED.
Room 11, MaRiion Bid.,
Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is 10b, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of tho mcrHlan of 157 30. The
tlmo whistle blows at 1:30 p. nl., which
Is tho same as Greenwich Oh, Om.
The tides at Kahulul and llllo occur
about an'hour earlier than at Honolu
Tides from the United States Coast
nnd Geodetic Survey Tables.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find thero
n branch of tho U. S. Hydrograplilu
Office located In tho Merchants' ex
change, whero Is maintained for thlr
ocneflt free of chnrge, complete sets
of charts and directions of tho world,
latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Ilurenu, Punahou, January
3. Temperature Morning minimum,
GO; Midday maximum, 75.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.94. Steady.
Dew Point G2F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 75 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Jan
uary 3. Weather cloudy; wind light S.
Wednesday. January 2.
O. S. S. Zelandla, Dowdell, from San
Schr Ada, for Hanalel and Kallhiwal.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Mlkahala, Petition, forMakawell,
waimea ana KeKana at 5 p.m.
TO SAIL. TOMORROW.
U. S. Transport Klntuck, for Manila.
sclir Ki Mol, tor caaullo.
For NawlllwMI and other ports, per stmr
W.G. Hall. Jan. 2. Miss Mattle Tuck,
Miss L. E. Curtlss, MIssC Jackson, Miss
G. B. Fanner, W. E. Smith. Emma Kal-
pu, u. Macwawaiu, miss -. innsuan,
Miss Emllv Rice. O. E. Wall. Miss Mum-
ford, Miss A. Thomas, Miss Hewts, 1.
Smldlev. H. Wedemeyre, Miss E. Chris
tian, Miss Addle Fanner, C V. McLeod,
Miss k. bossleln, Merry Kaoo, Lillian
Pupuhi, Mrs. A. E. Kaklna.
For Anahola and ealla. per stmr Wal-
aleale, Jan. 2. The Misses Bush, Mr.
Bonalrtz On Tplnl.
J. Donnwltz, a PortiiRUcse. Is on trial
In tho Police Court this nfternoon on
tho charge of assault and hattery on D
A. Fox. The police, havo obtained the
information that, on tho day the ns
sault was committed, Honavltz was
"o na tear," It Is said that he went
Into tho Kreeth pormlscs on Emma
srteet and chased a young lady around
tho place until slio was so frightened
slio did not know what to do. Just
then, Fox came along and remonstrated
with tho fellow but in reply, ho re
ceived a blow In tho face. Georgo An
gus rushed down from his house to
see what tho matter was and, wlillo
he was talking to Honavltz. tho fellow
hit him tn tho mouth, cutting his lip.
Young Kreeth happened nlong Just
then and ho ran up to flonavltz. Thit
Portuguese showed signs of right hut
he was no match for Kreeth who gave
htm a good drubbing In payment for
tho trouble ho had caused.
The steamer Chas. D. Lane bound from
Falrhaven to Guayaqule experienced a
heavy gale on Dec. 10. Heavy sea. wash'
ed over her, carried away two lile boats
and jettisoned deckload. As her pumps
would not work and her stearins cear be
coming disabled, she returned to Seat'le foi
The steamer California of the Amerlc
an-Hawallan Steamship Company U on
the berth at San Francisco and will make
HONOLULU BREWING & MALTING CO.
There will be a special meetlncof the
shareholders of the Honolulu Brewing and
Maltlne Co, on Januarv 4th. at i n m.. In
the office of L. Schweitzer, 23 Nuuanu
Honolulu, January ?, 1901. 1728-
Election of Officers.
At the annual meeting of the UNITED
CHINESE SOCIETY, the following
officers were elected :
H. A.Heen Preldent
Wong Chow Vice-President
M, C. Am ana Secretary
M. C. AMANA,
Adt. in tbtt eolumn utlt ht inttrtti
t ttult o lint om tnurtion it tnlt two
inttrtioni; to etntt em tvttt, 40 etntt two ttitht,
ond 60 ttntt out month, Ibit it tbt tktatoit odvtr
Uttne tvtr offtrtd tbt ptoptt of Honolulu.
EMPLOYERS OF LAGOR-RRlstrr (or on
month ml trv th rttultiwlth R. W. A tk In ion.
StLECT EMPtOYMlNTOFriCt.MAOOOH ButlUlNO
OTICE AH persons olnf ma are requested to
eay in iuii or in pan.
Ulcj-iw PH. NUULITT.
BARGAINS IN JEWELKY-rou cn get Ihtm it
M. F. LUCAS, mi Hotel St. Fmt Enetavlne
ini enittiellng don. i66t
OTICE TO BUILDERS-TM Union Eiprcii Co
nai wniic swnu tjk bale '!3''
WANT! D A three or four room rottaee. or In
(nttipf. with taih. furnUhd or unfurnlkheJ.
Je MraNa locality. At nnve Aiirett J G., thts office.
1ANTEI You lo hae a portion In the Vew
" Year. Com mf nee It well. Ste Aiklnum, Ma goon
Uuiuing, Mereruni t.
A RCLlAtlLT! rerton Kht4o rent an tinturnltheJ
H house of is rnnnut or more. Rent rraionaMe.
Apply to (iEAK LANSINU LU..
myiw jujj tiuiuing.
11 ANTED j r ? Roomi House anJ bath, furnKh
vv ei of unfurnltheJ Wilt pay Cain for fur-
-"- "Imf edlile. ' M1M LFTIN OnVe.
OUNtl MAN, itenoirrarher and tvrewtlter, at
1 once. AJjreis"AJN." uuneiin umce.
WANTED-WATCHESto repair by Jeweter ol y
veara experience. Jut recrlvei a fine I ne c
noveltfea, Q. DIETZ, 41? Nuuanu St. tjo8t
UANTED-ENGRAVINO AND ENAMELING.
W M F. I UCAS. tot Hotel St. t
OLD PAPERS TO EXCIHNUE for clean Cot
ton Raga. Appply at Bulletin Office. ijfVt f
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM
Oyatera served n the shell only Try hit
famous Ham and Egg Sandwiches and Coffee. Cor
Nuuanu and H)te' streets. WM. LUCAS, Proprietor.
TO LET. '
HOUSE TO RENT on the comer of Maklkl and,
VIIJer Avenue. Apptyon pre-ntse iyt3im
TO LET furnished room at 1050 Rkhari St.
IF vou Wi to rent )ourtnuse or rooms "WILL."
1 iVe Alklrunn. Magoon HuHJIng.
FR RENT Cotlagt of 6 rooms and bith on River
street fust above Vlneard. Inquire of J. P. M.
OSORIO, O. Luso office, Merchant St. near Bishop's
TO LET Nlce'y furnUhed r om, on Youngs reet.
Address "G A " lils office. itti'iw
FOR ENT An elegant large new brick sore, 6k
to, on Hotel St. New England Bakery. mitt
TO LET A furnished room at tSo Btre'anla next
toDR HOF-FM4N. ttViw.
TO LET AcoMAffcrn Kukil Unc nj a cottar
on ll.rttant. St , now t-ulldlnc. For termt ar-Ply
toKAPIOLANI FSTATE LTD ' 9 It
TO LET S.tton llouw. clt lucnlihJ rooml llh
bo.rJ Young St , neir Pllkol. tvio-tm
TO RENT FumlihcJ room. GirJen Line. Enqulr.
of Mrs. McConntl, off Union strett, No. 9 Gar Jen
Lane. 1008. tf
FOR SALE A few Imported milch cowt. Apply to
J. M. VIVAS. ij
COR SALE Cheap, 1 family mare, haraess and an
506 Merchant St.
FOR SALE-A tuoo Column, Racer, practkal'y
new A bargain. Apply to C. S. Fa&er lOnau
St., Mauka tide, th house from Alapal. ij,-iw
CHOICE LOTS. Kaplolanl Park addition. Cheap
v-i P II Burnett.. a King St. lt-H
HOUSE & LOT, WllJer ave., only $1,600 net. P.
H Burnett. 10 Kln St. tni-tf
Oft YEAR LEASE, with good hou... King (treel,
v cry choa". rent only fu.n. month P. II
Durneite. to King St. irt-'t
LEASES for tale In all parti of the city. P. II
Burnette, 19 King St. ltij-tt
FOR SALE-Four lots. Hobron it., Kapahulu, Wal
klkl. too each. Jeffa Barter. 4) King St. o.
PR SALE A large down town Warehouse. A
centrally located Lodging Houm and cottar.
Bu.lneit Property In heart of city residence proper
HENRY WATEHHOUSE & CO. i6m-tf
FOR SALE OR RENT-A ) act. Lot In Nuuanu
Valley, with Larc. Home and Several Corugei
HENRY WATERIIOUSE t CO. 1601-tf
THE bi.t s cent c(t?ar In town li th "COLONEL"
to m naa i in mynit UKr diort neti to
rhtum. All klndi of Manila drars a iptclalty.
NEARLY NEW. UPRIGHT PIANO (or salt at a
' bireah. Apply (8 umtarila street, near
PR SALE $ko. Futnlturtol s-roomej cottaet
near town, wlthcrlvlleirfl ol rrntlnp cntturi.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
x6 Merchant St.
PR SALE S4000. Liwhol4 on Queen freet.
near Honolulu Iron Workt. i var to run.
Splendid Warehouit Location.
Apply IO WILLIAM SAVIUUC. iUM
to6 Merchant itreet
COR SALE A oatr of Hack coach horui tormtrtv
' the property of Win. G Irwin, Esq. Apply to
James Carry, American Stables. Merchant and Rich
i awreti. 101411
LOST A small wreath pin of leaves and pearls.
d wn town Liberal reward If returned to H.
Dlnklice. Custom House i-iomw
I OST a rold enameled Din: monotram U:S..o6
- In crimson and void. Finder cleasa return to
mis omci ana receive rcwara, 11,
COUND A new stora on Hotel St . opposite the
tint ice ureatn parlors, utu, riAi-intK,
Fuunu At corner or Kinjr street an3 waikikl
road, an 18 K gold wedding rlne. Finder can
haiak aiBtniat riu .MlMat ai. Klai aNi. ah4 haulnh artai
."T apwiaiv vj vaaaiiaia ai. .tliai VIIIVV aii a.tk'K It
nt i1uaa.lalni .Xl
FOR 1901 !
Jhe Hawaiian News Co.
Ltd., have on exhibition
their stock of OFFICE AND
POCKET DIARIES. Call early
and make your selection.
NEWS CO., LTD.,
Tho n. P. Iltthet which la discharg
ing her general cargo at tho old Flsli
mnrket wharf has In her hold a largo
quantity of machinery for tho plantu
tlun sugar mills and there will ho lniul
cd within a few days one single pleco
of machinery that weighs fourteen
Cheaper to Move than Pay Rent
Is the saylni;, but we don't believe It: We have moved twice
within a year, we had to In order to erect our new building. We
have now moved from the tore next to JOHN NOTTS to our
new building on the Corner of Fort and Kind Streets.
At present we are occup) Ing the upper floor and basement, as
the carpenters are not through work on the main floor. We ask
our friends to overlook the inconvenience and confusion that will
exist for a few weeks yet. When once we are settled we will be
able to take care of yot, and attend to your wants In first class
Our Bicycle Shop Is now running In the new store, and
we have a fine line of whetls, COLUMDIAS, RAMBLERS and
CLEVELANbS, ami a lot of good wheels suitable for the little
folks for CHRISTMAS at prices that will suit everyone.
Call at the corner of Fort and King Streets, King St. side,
UPSTAIRS, and see the results of a Kansas Cyclone,
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd..
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets,
Great Clearance Sale
Ice Boxes, Refrigerators, Rugs, Meat Safes, Bed
room Sets, Bed Lounges, Baby Carriages, Chairs, '
Rockers, Tables, Pictures, Flags, Chiffoniers, Side
boards, Bureaus, Macneai & Urban Safes, Etc., at
San Francisco Prices.
THE I. X. L.,
S. W. LBDERBR, Proprietor BADRI'BDSJA.N' ,
JaS. F. MOrganj
II 05 Queen 8tret
ON THURSDAY, JAN. 3, Ml
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At th; premises, Punchbowl street, be
nv.' 0'-n stteet. I will sell at public auc-
tlm ill the WOODEN BUILDINGS and
SHliDi In the RHLIEF CAMP.
Tiisn ire four two-story, buildings, about
i5i' ftti each.
On: buiMIng, 26x51 ; one building, nx
p , ir.e two-story building, 21x60, and
TEXMS-CASU. Tenants to have ten
davs from date of sale for removal, and
buildings to be removed within thirty
cnyj rrom aate 01 sale.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On Friday, Jan. A, INI,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the premises, VINEYARD STREET
between River and Lltiha Streets, I will
sell at Public Auction :
Five two-story wooden buildings. 20x40.
One one-story wooden building, 20x5).
Eleven two-story wooden buildings, 20x36
One one-story wooden building, 2033.
One two-story wooden building, 24w.
Several sheds and washhouses.
Buildings to be removed within thirty
days from date of sale.
Tenants to have ten days from date
of sale for removal.
Jae. F. Morgan,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
and Office Furniture
In stock, or ordered from
Constantly on Hand
Metropolitan Meat Go
KeePs Constantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton,
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. W
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Shid, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY ANDGAMU Turkeys.Geese,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS Hams, Bacon. Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
UUTTER, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Grapes
Potatres, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTERS Fancy, large or small, In
shell or cans.
Hardly a thing that you could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market. '
Telephone Main 219.
The co-partnership existing be
tween Robert Lewers, Charles M. '
Cooke and F. J. Lowrey. under the
firm name of LEWERS & COOKE,
is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent, and the business transferred to
a corporation under the name of
LEWERS & COOKE, LIMITED.
All obligations of the firm are as
sumed by the corporation, and all
amounts due the firm are made pay
able to the corporation.
Thanks are extended to thoe who
have given patronage to the hrm
which Is now dl.'solved, and a con
tinuance is requested on behalf of
the new corporation.
LEWIJR8 & COOKE.
LEWEKS & COOKE. Limited.
I'reilJenr P.J Lonaev
Vlce-l'itilJfn W.W. llAkkIS
Stc'yanJ Trtji W. A Madden
AuJuor C. li Cooke
Director Kouikt LEUfkS
Dlmtor Chas. M. Cooke
Honolulu, Dec. li, igoo.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin