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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and Ieare this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FHANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda Jan. S Mariposa Jan. 7
Zealandla Jan. 2.1 Zealnndln Jan. 20
Sonoma Jan. 20 sierra Jan. 2U
Mariposa Feb. 9 Mariposa .' Feb 13
Sierra Feb. 19 Alameda Feb. 18
Zealandla Men. 2 Zealandla Mch. 0
Ventura Mch 12 Sonoma Men. 12
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11 conncctlon'wtth the sailing of the above steamers the agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from NtW
Tork by any Btcamshtp line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go,
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. t Toyo Kisen Kaislia
.,. dtart of tbi abort topn.o will call at Honolulu tod liar tbli poil oo or afcoct lb a .
For Japan and China:
City of Peking Jimury ij
Gaelic January ti
Honglonz Maru .,.. .... ...... 'anuaiy t
China .. fctrjary S
Doric rerfiury tG
Nippon Miru ..February 16
For oral Informa'Joo jpy u
H. Hackfeld &
Mrttwj cf tt above lint, ranolnc In coBOKtlon with tt CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
eln Vancouver, B C. and Sydney, N. S.W., aodcalllar.it Victoria, D. C, Hoaoli.ti and Brlibane
niJK AT HONOLULU onoraboutthe datea below etatel via:
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA,
"'tebaoe and Sydney t
At lower a.
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4VTbroucb tlcketa limed from Honolulu to Canada. UolteJ Statu aad Europe. For Frettbt and
Paeeace tod all general Information, apply to
Theo. H.Davleg&Co.,Ltd., Gen'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S. Hawaiian will be dispatched from New York on or before
January 15 for San Francisco, en route to Honolulu.
To be followed by S. S. Oregonlan. (March loading.
Freight received at company's wlvirf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
BOARDING AND LIVER!
Rigs aont to any part ol-tbe
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
Waiklkl Road, - Walklk .
TEL. BLACK 141.
WhenYou Waqt Eig
RING TJP THE. ...
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
118 FORT STREFT
Stable 'Phone, 477
Hck Stsnd 'Phone, 819 and 7l.
O. H. BELLTRA.
FOR BALLAST !!
( White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit....
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
1ST Dump Carts furnished by the daj
on Hour's Notice.
H. R. HITCHCOCK
Merchant St., In SI. D. Monsarrat's office.
Drays Tor Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast and we check
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
White and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 2:0 King
street. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEN, M'fr.
fitter's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
For San Francisco:
Hongkonc Ataru. .Jjn. te
China , Jan tS
Doric , January 16
Nippon Maru .. Ft Unary a
Rio da Janeiro , Februaryis
Coptic... . Fttrjary 19
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
Fof Victoria and Vancouver (B.C.):
Aoranet .. .Jin. 16
Warrlmoo . Feb i)
Mlowera .Mar, ij
Aorancl April to
Wairlmno,.., Al.iv 8
Mlowera Jure 5
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
147a Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, HMD.
STATIONS. Dtlly Dallr
(Otlwttl) u. Sua. lollr ti. Sra, Daily Dtllr
A.M. A.M. AM UM
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"Mill. IJ50 JUJ HOI 4.14
FiillCItT e.l l. iiy, 4-4
oBolalo e.u I.jj ios
F. C. Surra, Qenrl Pass. k Ticket
.G. P. Dkkihow. fimwrlnlflnrlnnt.
Violin - Studio
Room 4, LbvE Building.
Mrs, Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " JYllnon
720 Beretanla street; Tel. 1114. 1627 tf
B. K. KAAI,
Taacher of .itar( Mandolin, Zitbar
Ukulalo and Taro Patch,
Order to be left care ot Wall, NlchoU
Oo r Vtron Mudo Oo.' 1M
t.m nTI '
The Kamalo Sugar Company's Case
Goes Over for Two Months
Allowance to Jones
Judgo Humphreys has allowed Mr a.
Isabella M. Jones to draw 1210 a month
from the estate ot her four minor chll
dren C0 for maintenance and educa
tion of Edwin, the eldest son, and $50
npleco for the other three.
Motion of plaintiffs In tlio Kamalo
Sugar Co. to set a day for final adjudi
cation was heard by Judge Humphreys.
Thcro being an amended bill of com
plaint filed by plaintiffs, the court at
lowed defendant Foster flvo days to
answer on his own behalf, and set the
casa for March 14.
The Hawaiian Judiciary now receives
documents as Issued from the Supremo
Court of the United States. Several
amendments to the rules of practice
havo Just been received. Ono of tbem
rends: "All process of this court sbitll
be in the name of the President of tlui
United States, and shall contain the
Christian names, as well as the sur
names, of the parties." Another re
quires the Christian names In equity
subpoenas, and makes such writs re
turnable the next rule day, or next
day, or next hut one at the election of
the plaintiff, occurring twenty days
from tlio time of Issuing. A third
quotes Justice I'cckhnm, In rendering
on opinion, saying that tlio briefa
filed In the case were In plain violation
of the following rule: "All record.).
arguments and briefs, prjnted for tin
uso of the romt, must be in such from
and filzo that they can ho conveniently
hound together, so as to mako an or
dinary octavo volume; and as well as
all quotations contained therein, and
tho covers thereof, must bo printed In
clear type (never smaller than small
pica) and on unglazcd paper."
San Francisco, Dec. 27.-For nearly
thirty days tho big American ship
Challenger battled with the elcmenU.
Sho was bound from Puget sound for
Kahulul, II. I., and finally had to tmt
in here, dismasted and leaking. Her
mainmast Is gone Just above tho main
yard, a portion of the crosstrecs belnij
left. Tho mlzzcn Is gono close to tha
deck and tho fore-topgallcnt yard on
tho foremast also went by the board.
Ono ot the lifeboats was lost In the
general wreck and a considerable por
tion of tho bulwarks was washod away.
Cabin and forecastle wcro flooded and
for ten days not a member of the crew
had n dry stftch on him. The galley
wns waslie4 out and tho ship's tlog had
to take refuge In tho donkey engine
room. For ten days he never went on
deck, and when ilnally tho gale sub
sided he came forth looking llko a
skeleton. Everybody thought ho had
been washed overboard, and In conse
quence ho got nothing to cat while In
Tho Challenger left Comox, D. C
on December 1 bound for Kahulul.
"From tho hour wo passed Flattery
until Point Reyes was reached we had
nothing but heavy weather," said Cap
tain Plltz yesterday. "Tho wind blew
from all points of tho compass, and vou
could never guess from what quarter
tho gale and swell would come next.
There was only once during the en
tire run that we had all canvas on her,
and then we could only keep It on for
a tew hours.
"On December 18, In latitude K de
grees 14 minutes north, longitude 131
degrees 43 minutes west, a southeaster,
veering to a west-southwester, came
up. Tho ship labored heavily and tho
decks wcro full of water. On December
20, at G a. m., tho mainmast carried
away Just above the malnyard. While
the men were aloft trying to secure
tho malnyard the mlzzenmast went by
tho board. This last disaster happened
about noon. We had to get some after
sail on her, so we lashed a skysall
yard to the stump of the mlzzenmast
and hoisted the spencer on It. Then wo
got a trlsali set, and in that manner
headed for San Francisco. I was more
thnn glad when tho tug came along
and brought us Into port. "
Tho chances nro that tho Challen
ger's cargo, which consists of 2058 tons
of coal, will bo discharged and tho
vessol put on tho dry dock for nn over
hauling. When rcrlggcd sho will prob
ably bo changed Into a bark.
JEPFIilBS ItUIILIN FIGHT.
New York, Dec, 29. It Is stated that
Champion Jeffries will In n few days
begin nctho preparations for his cham
pionship liattlo with (lua Huhllu which
Is scheduled to take place In Cincinnati
on February 15th.
It Is tho Cpllfornlau's intention to
do all his work down at his old quar
ters nt Anbury I'urk, whero ho will
stay for n couple of weeks.
Then he will go to West Daden, Ind
for a shoit stay and finish his training
near tho battleground .
TO CUItn A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Orovo's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
News of Shipping
Along Water Front j
The srhooncr Allco Kimball Is load
Ing light steel rails at Wilder's wharf
for tho plantations at Kaanapall.
The following vessels are on the way
and loading for Kahulul: Sp. John D,
Tallant, from Nitrate ports. Iiktue.
Quickstep, from the Sound; lumber,
Sp. Charmer, from Tncoma, coal. Sp
Challenger, from Tncoma; coal. Schr
Honolpo, from Newcastle; coal. Ilk'tne
Chehnlls, from Newcastle; coal. Am.
schr. H. C. Wright, from S. K.s mdic,
Schr. Honolulu, fro m Ncwcwastlo;
Tht Walalcalo from Kauai ports
Saturday morning brought the follow
ing news: The Nllhau at Klcele, nlso
the Keahou at the same place, both
vessels left for Honolulu Stiturdny
night with K. P. sugar; Fannlo Adelc
at Elcclc left for Honolulu Sunday
morning. Tho Mlknhalit at Walmei
discharging. Smooth weather on Kn-
ual. Thcro Is 25,001 bags of sugar on
As the time approaches for the ar
rival of tho U. S. Navigation Inspec
tors from the Coast who nro to examine
the chief officers In steam craft thcro
Is much apprehension as to the out'
como In the case of several who arc
holding down position on tho varloiu
Island steamers, and there Is no doubt
but when they come up for examina
tion they will hit the dock pretty hard,
as It is generally understood that tho
exnmlnlatlons will bo rigid. Ono gen
tleman is quoted as having said that
"notwithstanding the fact that thcro
aro men on steam craft sailing out of
this harbor who, If you asked them
what n Mcrcator's projection on 'the
rulo of six' was would not know what
you wcro talking about." This sa'110
gentleman goes on and makes the rath
er broad statement that men seeking
positions and halng papers to show
regarding the fitness and ability to
Ball any kind ot a vessel In eight cnui-s
out of ten when given an opportunity
"arc found to bo utterly unfit for tho
work." Thcro are many men In tho
employ of tho Wilder and Inter-Inland
companies who have been with these
companies for years and who aro prac
tical men but unless they can pass the
examination they will bo relegated to
some other positions whero the rcspon
slbllty Is not so great.
Schooner Reporter Returned.
Port Townsend, Wash., Dec. 25.
Tho three-masted schooner Reporter,
which sailed from Gray's Harbor for
Honolulu December 5th, was towed In
here this evening with her dcckloud
gono and water-logged. The first day
out from Cray's Harbor the Reporter
sprang a leak. Men were placed at the
pumps and the galo Increased, which
necessitated her deckload being thrown
When off Capo Illanco sho wns flying
signals of distress and a steamer
thought to be tho Centennial, remain
ed by the schooner over night, but tho
galo Increased to such an extent that
tho steamer had all she could do to
look out for hcrslf and left her.
Tho captain of the Reporter then
headed his vessel for tho Straits of
Fucrt and succeeded In reaching hero
with nil tho pumps working. The cap
tain of tho Reporter has sailed this
coast since 1875 and says tho storms
ho experienced slnco leaving Oray'j
Harbor wcro tho most severe he ever
ROYAL YACHT GUE8T8.
London, Dec. 27. "Tho New York
Yacht Club," says tho Dally Kxprcsa,
"will Invite Emperor William and the
Prince of Wales to witness tho cup
races, and President McKlnley will also
send notes expressing tho pleasure
their visits would give."
Sir Thomas Llpton, who has been
interviewed on the subject for tho
Dally Express, said he thought It with
in the rang of possibility that tho
Prince of Wales would accept such an
Watluku Police Bntertaln.
Waltuku, Jan, 5. Tho Walluku po
lice entertained a number of their
friends nt a luau given In the baso
ment of courthouso on New Year's day.
Many of the Walluku notables were
present, Including Sheriff and Mrs.
L. M. Raldwln. Hon. and Mrs. A. N.
Kcpolkal, Dr. and Mrs. J. Wcddlck,
nnd others. Tho" luau was declared
excellent. Mr. and Mrs. D. Crowe'l
had chargo of tho eatables.
Storm In England.
London, Dec. 29. A storm of terri
ble vlolcnco swept over Orent Rrltnln
yesterday, leaving ruin In Its path. Tho
coasts wero strewn with wrecks and
scores of vessels aro believed to havo
Lceii List at sea. Wires nro down In
nil directions nnd only meager details
of tho storm havo been received.
Denth o! Intnnt Son.
Walluku, Jan. 5, Mr. nnd Mrs, J. P.
Sylva of Walluku aro receiving tho
sympathy of their numerous frlondu
In tho loss of their two weeks' old In
fant son who died last Thursday, Tin
funeral took placo from tho family
resilience tho samo afternoon,
till dond In thrintan.la nt ci..
ir cunbs Kuncuf. SrnJ lor
"ISUOkUT SO I." AJJro.i
rUgnetlc niiillc Trust Co,,
610 Marktt Sticel, San Francisco
11 sail, umvtuii K,juryt, ia wmviUM,
Territory of H jall. At ctumbm. In rrobite. Int
ttie natter M th eMite of V I Miiclra, lite of
IU TlltJ 1 ItifMtlT HttfiT rmcr rizitt
Honolulu, ("arm, The MM will nj testament of ilJ
itce&el, having been pre write J in salJ court, to
pettier with d petition for the piobaie thereof, ani for
tri' Issuance of letters lestamentiry to J r Rosa
ha vine been file J, Notice Is hrreby frUen thatMon
Jay, the fist Jay nf January, A 1).. 1901, at to o'clock
m. in tne JUJiciary ftuiuinjr, Honolulu, is appoint
eJ the tfm ani place for proving salJ will anJ hear
ing salJ application.
Honolulu, Oahu, December 14th, 1900.
Hy the Gurt.
OLOR (IE LUCA"?,
lyii-it Dec i,ti.i. Jant Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST CIRCUIT,
Territory of Hawaii, At chambers. In probate. In
the mat'er of tht estate of Captain Harry Cngtlsh,
late of Honolulu, Oahu, decease J. The petition anl
accounts of the administrators cf tht estate of sali
JeceaseJ, wherein he aks that hit accounts be exam
Ined an J approve J, an that a final order be made of
distribution of tht property remaining In his hands to
the persons thereto entitled. ar.J discharging Mm
from all further r'spon billty as such administrator
It Is ordered that Friday, tht 8th dav ot February,
A.D, 1001. at to o'clock a m , at tht court room of
tht satd Court of Mono! I J, Island of Oahu, be and
the same hereby It a pointed at tht time and p'ace
for hearing said petition and accounts, and that all
persons Interested may then arj there appear and
thow cause, If any they have, why the sane should
not be granted, and may present evidence as to who
are entitled to the said property.
Honolulu, December sS, 190.
By the Court,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby g'venti all creJltorshnlngclalms
against th estate ol J. J Stewart, deceased tjpre
sent tht sami duly authenticated and with proper
vouchers, at the nfflc of the administrator, F E.
1hompon, In the Magoon bidding. H noIutu.Oahu
Territory of Hawaii, within 1 (6) months itotn the
date hereof, or they will be forever barred
FRANK E THOMPSON,
Adm1nltratnr of tht estate of J, J Stewart, deceased,
rtiiil a ltl.il,i ri.W.. ahi. . a... 1.........
i nwtiuiwiv, viiu. mis iii4 ujr tii ,anuB.iy.
1901. inJan t.j.t.T.o.it.u, 6 it.tt.ti tt ai
TO WHOn IT MAY CON
CBRN. The following provltlon Is contained In
Section No. 10, of the "Act to provide a
Government for the Territory of Hawaii,"
approved April 30, A. D 1000, viz :
"That all contracts maJ since
August twelfth, eighteen hundred
aul ninety-eight, bv which per
sons are eld for service for .1 de
finite term, are hsrebv decUred null
and volj and termfnated.and no
law shall be pawd to enforce
said contracts In any wav; and It
hall be the duty of the United
States Marshal to at once notify
such persons si he d of Hit ter
mination of their contracts."
Now, therefore, I, Daniel A. Ray, Mar
shal of the United States for the Territory
of Hawaii, In accordance with the require
ment of said Act, hereby give notice that
anv contract for service made since August
twelfth.elghteen hundred and ninety-eight,
Is hereby declared to be unlawful, and null
and void and terminated.
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, January
DANIEL A. RAY,
17K-U United States Marshal.
Large Airy Mosquito
EVERYTHING NEW AND COMFORTABLE
The New Era I
The New Two-story Lodging House on
Fort St. between Vineyard and School
Only five minutes walk to the Orpheum
Cafe, and fifteen minutes walk to the p-st-Office.
LARGE LANAIS ANI) VERANDAH.
LVERYTIIING OK THE UhST. For terms
apply on premises (rom 1; a. m. to 9 p. m
Large tract of land situated In Kuunnu
Valley, Honolulu, containing :o acres,
more or iess, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Sa'oon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf 15 Kaahumanu St
R. W. ATKINSON
Houses, Rooms, Offices,
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED.
Room 11, 'Magoon Bid.,
Call and see us before buying
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monu
mental Co., Ltd.
TfL. 387 MAIN. 176 KING ST.
HAWAII SHIMPO SUA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII ?HIMPO,
tht only dllly Jipaneit FF' publlitrtd
In tht rwltory ol Hiwill , , . .
Y. SOGA, Editor.
C. SHIOZAVVA, Proprletcr
BaT Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge, King street. P O. Box 007.
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ISTIXAttS rUBMSMCU OS UL klstll OF
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Mouldings. Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work, Finish Turning
KAWAIAIiAO ST., KEWALO,
Tel. White 1221. P. O. Box 552.
Notice Is hereby given that THE EN
TERPRISE MILL CO., LTD., of Hono
lulu, has moved It's office to the Magooc
Building, room it. All persor.s owing ac
counts to said company will kindly settle
the same promptly. 174-lip
THE PACIFIC MAIL COMPANY
has succeeded to the planing mill business
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alakea
and Richards streets, and respectfully soli
cits the patronage of all former customer'
of the latter mill company.
1716 tf W. H.G.ARNEMANN.
The Annual Meeting of KAHUKO
PLANTATION CO. will be held at the
Chamber of Commerce room on Wednes
day, January lOtli, at 10 o'clock a. m., for
the reading of reports and the election ot
The annual meeting of the stockholden
of the INTEIMSLAND TELEGRAPH
CO., LTD., will be held on Wednesday,
January g, at 3io p. m., In the Stock Ex-
cnange iooin, jujo uiock.
J. H. FISHER.
Honolulu, January ;, iqoi.
The firm of CAMPBELL & MUITOX
having dissolved by mutual consent, notice
Is hereby glen that all outstanding debts,
as also all ac.ounts due the above tirm.are
now assumed bv W. M. Cimnbell. oper
ating and continuing the business under
nis own name.
W. M. CAMPBELL.
W. M. MUITON.
January 1, iqoi. 1 730-1 vv
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
FoufthAssessment of 5 per cent or two and
one-half dollars per share on the Caplttt
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payable
July ist, at the office of the undersigned,
ill Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Ca
Honolulu. June 1, rood; 1593
The only persons having authority tt
make collections for THE HAWAIIAN
ELECTRIC COMPANY, LTD., an
those wearing The Hawaiian Electric Com
pany, Ltd., badge, marked COLLECTOB
No's. 8, q or 10.
ELECTRIC COMPANY, LTD.
All privilege holders of lots at the
Catholic Cemetery on King street are re
quested to pay acontrlbutlon of five (f 5.00)
dollars at the office of the Catholic Mis
sion Jurlng this month of JANUARY,
1901. Anyone falling to pay the amouri
shall loose all rights and privileges. The
Catholic Mission will take care of aC
graves. By order.
i7WSt P. H. VALENTINE.
Election of Officers.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
See Yup Benevolent Society, held tht is!
day of December, 1900, the following per
sons were elected as officers of the Society,
to serve for the ensuing year:
President. LEE DOT SON.
Vice President, CUEW GEM.
Secretary, Y. M. WEE.
Chinese Sec'y, MAN CHON SANG.
Treasurer, LEE LICK.
Auditor, KEE KAN. 1720-1 I
Election of Officers.
AT A MEETING OF THE STOCK
holders of the Pacific Mill Co., Ltd., held
this day, the following officers were elect
ed for the ensuing yean
President, EMMETr MAY.
Vice President, R.C. GEAR.
Treasurer, W. H. G. ARNEMANN.
Secretary, W. P. BARRY.
Auditors, L. M. McKEAGUE and J
The above officers constitute the Butt'
W. P. BARRY, Secretary.
January 2, 1901. 1 720-1 w
Election of Officers.
AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL
meeting of the Hllo Sugar Company held
on the 3rd day of January, A. D. iqoi, the
following officers were electeJ to serve
during the ensuing year:
W. G. IRWIN, President,
W. M. GIFFARD, Vice President,
II. M. WHITNEY, jR.,Treasurerand
GEO. J. ROSS, Auditor.
The above officer!, with the exception
of the Auditor, comprise the Beard of Di
rectors. II. M.WHITNEY. JR.
Secretary, Hllo Sugar Company.
Honolulu, Jan. 4. IQJI. I73)it
l Hotel SlrKt. II. I.
Kp. Ciltbathtt, Uli, Nttlvt llitt, Hutt Skn.
Mltttu Mttt. Tini. Shells, SttJi. Etc . tlomnutt
Pol, tomtimlv on hn4 Tg?jrPHONfc t
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving intr hz
pers promptly will confer n.
favor by notitvme be busi
ness Cffice, Telephone 156.
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