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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T TUESDAY, FEB. 26, 1901.
Tirho steamers of this line will arrive
.FROM BAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA t ,.,.....Mc!i. 2
SIERRA Mch. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 23
SONOMA ..J; '.It.... i Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 13
, VENTURA,' ." Apr. 23
MARIPO'SA '. May 4
SIERRA '. May 18
MARIPOSA ,May 25
SONQMA June 4
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agents .ire 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 New
Tork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. Gf. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship lid.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. & Toyo Risen Kalsha
... Biaaatt. of tea abort coapaoiaa will call at Hooolulu and ttara lilt perl oa or a.oat raa
For Japan and China:
Rio dt Janeiro March 6
Coptic March 14
America Maru March
For central loforaatloa tpiy to
H. Hackfsld &
aaT9(aaama ol Ule abotre lint, tannine In connection wltbtne CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Klweeo Vatcouver, B.C., and Sydney, N. S. W.. and calllnf at Victoria. C. C , Honolulu and Brlecaoa
llllE AT IOIOI.lJl,U on or about tbe datat btfof Hand via 1
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C,
(. tYarrlmo'o,ft.k '.....,.'. Mar. i
Mlwttai...v4 ,.,..'.. ....... April 1)
Aorantl May u
Warrlaoo.iir.v f. ....Junes
bronab tlckata tamed from Honolulu to Canada. United Stataa aad Eurooa.
rattatt aau an g antral inrormation. appiy to
Theo. H.Davles&Co.pLtd., GcnM Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COASTAND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. -
S. S. CALIFORNIAN, G.oootons, to sill early In April
S. S.OREGONIAN.-6.oootons. to sail
S.S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons,
Freight received at compinv's wnarf. 42J Street, South Brookll n, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General FrelKhtAKent. H. H ACK FELD & CO., LTD.,
,.R1NQ DP THE.
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1 ".Livery, oarding and
w "SaWStibles, : : :
.,i"-...'.?.818 FOUT STREW'
.JSMMe "fehone, 477 T
Htv Mland 'Phones, 819 and7l.
f White and Black Sand
Ubi t n Quantities to Suit
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
WST Dump Carts furnished by the da)
on Hour's Notice.
' H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant St., In M. D. Mjnsarrats otnee.
-J Safes, Piqnoe,
" "Furniture MOVED
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast and we checG
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
Wlille and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, 210 Kin?
street. Tel. 86,
W. LARSEN, Wft.
v lueui Manager of
, Tfa Rqa'Uble Lift AsauMncfl Socio
U th United HUiaalei U Uiwaliu
Orruiai Matbant Direct. Uen
. M. PHILLIPS & 00
1 WholMtde Impotteti and Jobban
; foropiw aud Amwictn Dry o
go t and Qneen Btreeta.
-i'H. HAOKFELD& 00., L
Cor. fort an.1 Oncon Htrooia ' .
Fine Job Printing at
and leave this port as hereunder
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
1 MARIPOSA Mch. C
SONOMA Mch. 12
MARIPOSA ,Mch. 27
VENTURA (. Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 17
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 8
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
For San Francisco:
America Maru March t
City ol Peking March 8
ici March 16
rlanxttoni; maru March t
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria and Vancouver (B. C):
Aooel Arrll re
Wa moo .... May S
Mlowera ..June s
For Freltbl and
to sail -
Lines of Travel,
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
a. i, t
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCIbCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with ffiiber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
M5 Third street, Portland, Oregon,
-i!D. W. HITCHCOCK,' General Agent,
No.-r Montgomery Str, San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A., .
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1S99.
luarwara) ti. aaa
as. &aa. LallT ea. Sua, Dally Dally
Hoefclola ,.,,. f:io
Pearl City..., It,
Eva Mill I.j
Dally Dally Dally
F. C. Hmith, Gou'l Pfti.8. A. Tlckot
(a Y. Umiwii, NnrerlntAmlont
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETN not receiving tner pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe "Busi
ness Cfice, Telephone 136
PLANS FOR NEW SHIPS i
TO COMMAND THE SEAS
Most Formidable Vessels of Their Kind
in the W ridAll the
Latest Ideas in
Washington, Toll. 1. Illds for ,tho
construction of three? protected cruis
ers have Just been opened nt the Navy
Department. The successful bidders
nppcar to be Caflc & Levy or Phila
delphia, at $2,710,000; the Newport
News Shipbuilding Company nt $2,741.
fiOO. and the Ilath Shipbuilding Com
pany, at $2,750,000. Reservations mncio
In each bid. however, prevent a posi
tive statement nt present.
The3c cruisers are designed to be the
most formidable vessels In the world of
their class. They will resemble closely
the typo of second-class rumored cruis
ers and might be easily mistaken for
such. The act of Congress authorising
(his clnss of cruisers stated that tlio
vessels should carry "the most power-
fill ordinance, tor vessels of this type
nnd have the highest speed compatible
with good cruising qualities and great
radius of action." Admiral Hlchborn
chief constructor of the Navy, who has
boon foremost In the preparation of
plans for the building of the "new
navy," says that In an engagement the
new cruisers would be nble to cope Willi
and prove more than a match for som
of the armored crulscis of foreign
The new vessels nro to be named the
St. Louis. Milwaukee nnd Charleston,
the last to continue the nnmc of the
chip wrecked November 2, 1899, In the
Philippines. Their trial displacement
will be nbout 9000 tons. They will be
equipped with 21,000 horsepower twin
screw engines nnd will have n speed of
22 knots per hour. The vessels will bo
421 feet In length and M feet In ex
treme breadth. The bunkers will have
a capacity of foOO tons . The main
.side nrruor will bo four Inches In thlrlt
ncss all around, ns will nlso bo the up
per and lpwcr casemate armor. Two
nnd n half Inches of steel will encase
their protective decks. Thb main
decks of tho cruisers will bo supplanted
amidships with covered superstruc-H
tu res, within each of which will be lo
cated four six-Inch rapid Are guns and
six fotirtccn-poundcrs of the same type.
Outside the superstructure will be two
more six-Inch guns located on the cen
ter line, one forward and one aft. On
the gun decks the greni?r batteries will
he located, of eight six-Inch, twelve
foiirtccn-poundcr nnd four one-pounder
rapid-fire guns. Sixteen rapid-lire guns
arc to bo placed on the superstructure
deck nnd bridges. Tho remainder of
the battery will be located In the fight-
ing tops of tho military masts.
The vessels each will have four lofty
smokestacks, seventy-six feet nbove the
loadwntcr line, providing draught for
tho sixteen straight water tube hon
ors situated, lu four water-tight rom
tiartmenlstiThese boilers, together with
the engines, will be protected by the
side armor, sloping deck armor, nnd
a twelve-foot, cpnl bunker. Tho Inner
bottom of thn vessels will extend to the
undersides of the projective decks,
above which a, ..cellulnus cofferdam
thirty Inches wide, , wMl extend tho
length of thelcrulscrs.
All tho lntest Improvements Inron-
structlon ar to be provided fop tho
accommodation and comfort of the offi
cers and crew. In tho commission the
number of officers will be thlrty-nlno
and tho crew will number 52S men. for
which aro provided sixteen boats rang
ing from a thlrty-slx foot steam cut
ter to a sixteen-foot dingy, besides two
punts and two life rafts.
It has been believed In somo quarters
hat the three cruisers tould not
he buMt within the limit of cost named
by Congress. However, a calculation
bascil on the price to bo paid for tho
unsheathed armored cruisers would
tend to dlsprovo this theory. Tho aver
age cost of tho thieo unsheathed ar
mored cruisers of 13.400 tons trial dis
placement and 22 knots speed Is to
bo 3,,7G8,333 each, or fSS1.22 per Ion.
nt this rate n cruiser nf 9700 tons dls-
nlaeement would cost (2,727.831, dr
$72,108 less than the amount appropri
ated, namely, (2.800,000. As nbout
$100,000 will be required for armor out
oMho sum appropriated, It hns been
neccessnry to elimlnnto certain Items
from the specifications, ns In tho case
of tho sheathed battleships. Crump's
continct price for the Maine, nn elgh-teen-knnt
battlexlli of 12,r,0f tons trial
displacement, was $2,855,000, or $23S
Mnrso Ilelts, a private In Co. A. 20th
.,,,.,','.. , V
llnd trace of his father here, who i eft
home In New orksx years ago, A 'r
inn iiie,ijrvHiMii-i, iiitt imuii nun "lu
ono letter rrom mm, which wns ii.ue'1
nt Honolulu live or six years ago.
Young lletts has left a description of
his father with the police and any In-
formation that may be left with them
by any one willo n gicat favor to o
wife artd daughter who anxiously await
news In tho east.
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming n household word nnd "will
,you have a glass of Seattle," Is mora
often heard than anything else. Thn
Criterion Saloon bas the beer on tap cr
No Buffalo Exhibit
of Hawaii Industries
., " ' s
I". W McConell, the representative
of the directors of the I'nn-Ainerlcri,ii
Imposition nt llurfnlu, despairs of se
curing an exhibit of the products of
tho llaw'allan Islands. The Paris ex
hlblt Instead of being on thc'wny to
Philadelphia, Is consigned to Hono
lulu nnd IS now loafing In some tardv
vessel around the Horn.
The Intleflnltcness of the whole
proposition has been such ns to con
vince Mr. McConell nt the start tint
a Hawaiian exhibit of the legitimate
sort cannot be secured.
Of course. Mr. McConnell will not re
turn empty handed. He will exploit
Hawaii, curious, marvelous poetic. Ha.
wnllan Industries will not be represent
"the m piuiur
New York, Keb. 1C A despatch to
the Hcrnld from London says:
The first Parliament of King Edward
VII. promises to go down In history
as "the gag Parliament." If the pro
gram of the Irish Is carried out. since
the various factions have united and
a plan of parliamentary campaign hns
been adopted which Is likely to mak
the present session one of the llvellent
on record. Utory piece of government
legislation Is to bo opposed up to the
point where the closure Is necessary
and nil private bills are to be talked
"We will Interfere) In every piece of
English legislation." said Mr. John
Itedmond, the new leader of the Irish
party. "No matter whether It refers
to nn extra grant to the Crown or a
tramway line In the North nf Scotland,
tho Irish members will have something
to say about It.
"We have eighty determined men.
whose object Is to get Justice to Ire
land by every possible means. England
lins Interfered In Irish matters long
enough. Now wo propose- to turn tho
CHINESE BALK HARD
New York. Keb. 10. A despatch to
tho Herald from Peking says:
A new turn In the peace negotiations
has caused a diplomatic carthqunkn
among the Ministers. A brief nnd al
most Insulting note from the Court has
arrived. Ilntly refusing any further ex
cxcttlons than the two previously de
creed. Yuhslcn, 'Governor of Shan-sl prov
ince, will be decapitated and Prlneo
Chwang will be allowed to commit sui
cide. The note adds that possibly Cliao
Shu Chlao, former Minister of Justice.
,1"ay11,c ln('''l,' "" U.oe to suffer
m-Hiii. mil me cuun reserves iih .ic
clslon In his c'Ush.
It Is nlso bluntly stated that no fur
ther Initiative will be permitted to I.I
Hung Chang ami Prince Chlng, who am
belated for having failed to protest
vigorously against the demand of the
Ministers for six executions, thren
posthumous nnd three documentary.
The court calls th(s demand prepos
terous nnd Impossible to meet and says
that It was not 'contemplated when the
general agnement w-ns slgneil. Tho-Im.
porlal Government says, In shortltHnt
the Powers ask outrngppusy'tuSrijc
and cannot bo satisfied. rw-C .yf
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The band will play the following se
lections at a concert In ThomastSquire
this evening, beginning at 7: 30 o;cack:
Overture Tho Itoso Faliy (new)
Cornet Solo Tho Holy City (by re
Mr. Chas. Krctiter.
Grand Selection I.ucretla Dorgla
(n) Mlklol (b) Ua Hlkt no mo A'u.
Miss J. Kelilaa.
(c) I.iko no a Like, (d) Main I ke
Mrs. N. Alajial.
Medley In SunnyTenncssco
, t Doctgcr
Intermezzo A I.ovo Duet (new),.
Kntro Act Tho Camel Corps (new)
Waltz Vienna Illood Strauss
Tho Star Spangled Danncr.
West Point, Feb. Ifi. Col, Peter 8
Mlchle, professor of tho Department of
Natural ami Experimental Philosophy
nt the United States Military Academy,
died today after n short Illness of
pneumonia. He was 70 years old and
had been on duty hero ns professor
New York. Feb. l.-Onn of the
Brea(cst trott1R omita ()f ,Io umI
.,, wll, )0 h ,
and Charley Herr, 2-00
I The Mariposa arrived In San Fran
' Cisco on the 18th dvo iIrjh and twen
ty hnui'H from this port. Shu hud bad
wcither nil thn way up.
Fine Job Printing at
$10 RUPTURE CURED
prtr-i Sll'A. '" TEN DOLLARS.
KitiMir unnuiilliia lor li,
vntiill Wit. lirrMfitt lit.
tfiiimnuf lite fc,' hfiitn
Ity tint tnmiort lu (In rii
turttl. Su vwrililcMMthr
unT tit work. liiV4-fcliLni.it!
IUolMXf.lH fflrlniT full InfonimMon iiuUUil.limiMiU
.Mr on rttf Hit 8 iluiiii'Riiit DiU mlrl. l nil ur tt.t-lrfM
MAGNETIC TIKIS CO, . '''.-"i. SAtt flAICISCQ,
rim w T"TV
WARDS Of THE EXAMINER-'
SKEEP TRIP TO HAWAII
Don't Like Conditions in California
They Want to be With Their
Own People -Way from
San Francisco, Feb. 10. Within tho
past week live Porto Itlcans, whom the
Philanthropic Examiner sidetracked
while Journeying to the plantations of
Hawaii, have drifted back to San Fran
cisco nnd. begged to be sent on to the
sugnr fields and the balmy skies of the
nuncoed nnd broken-hearted thev are
coming back by twos and threes from
tho ranches of the San Joaouln. tho
orchards of Los Angeles and the beet
sugar fields of Watsonvllle. whltlier
they were sent like chattels by the hu
mane yellow Journal to labor for bard
and lodging. ,
Disgusted nnd disappointed, these
sons of Porto Itlco. vcr slnco they
wero kept from profitable employment,
lured by false repersentatlons and se
ductive promises by the "Examiner's"
hurrah policy makers, have been try
ing to steal back to San Francisco that
they might seek a climate suitable to
their conditions nnd work to which
they have been used.
Pitiful are the tales that some of
these plantation hands tell, particularly
the naratlvc of ono man whom the
"Examiner's" bunco bureau Induced to
go to n ranch near Tracy. With a bla
zon of self praise the paper told If
the home It had provided for him, with
n wheat raiser of the West Side, hut
tho other day the Porto lllcan in ques
tion walked Into the agency of the
Planter's' Association with n card
from tho rancher. It asked that the
man bo sent ou, the City of Peking
with the others that went through S.m
Francisco on Jan, 9 to tbo plantations.
Ho wnnted to raise sugar, not whent.
He wnpteil to be witlj 'Ills people not
with strangers. He wanted to labor
under a tropical sun and not under the
shadow of Mt. Diablo. The man
wns heart-sick and he said so. He
was sent to Honolulu to Join his peo
ple nnd to enrri gobd wages.
Another man came all the way from
I.os Angeles to sec If he could get
transportation to the enne-brnko fens"
of Hawaii. He was one of the three
who went yesterday to Honolulu on the
S. I). Alexander. The trio arc Gragos "
Hwera, Juan Hnrlsados and Ftodrtck
Sanlns. They are part of the original
expedition which yellow Journalism's
fantastic tales of slavery seduced Into
leaving a good thing for nothing. Two
were matured men and one wns n youth
of 20. One nf the trio told Edward S.
Swan of Alexander h nnldwln, agents
for the Planters' Association, that he
had been foreman of a sugar plantation
In Porto Itlco for eight years, and that
he Knew no other work. Acting ns
spokesman for the others, he said that
thn climate here was not. what he had
been used to and pleaded to be senl
to tho Islands.
Tho' boa'tifMll qfiho men uMlio Chi
cago Hotel, to which the "Examiner"
herded Its ronvrfV-lain the first nnrtv
"jof flt1o tyWanQfttvas p'alu and the men
inKcn in mwi'tyijiu;. vessel, uigni wil
ling wero they-'lo go. but when they
reached the rtdek fetlr seized them.
Fllicd with fnls,o' Ideas' hy tho agents
-4jtf u'ollow Journalism, they Imagined
thdjvwould hnvo to serve as sailors
nn the vessel and work their passage
over. All tbren said t!ty would he
willing to work about the decks.but
dliTnot want "to go aloft." That Is what,
they had. been told they would be called
upon to do, nnd (hut was one of the ar
guments used In Inducing the first lot
Of lnbarors from Virto Itlco to desert.
When convinced that they would more
ly have to be passengers anil not have
to work until they reached the plan
tations, they wero overjoyed, nnd told
of three others who would probably
reach San Francisco today or tomorrow
seeking passage to Haw-all.
Thcso men will receive from $20 to
$25 a month on the plantations, accord
ing to the statement today to n repre
sentative of the dally press by tho
agency of tho Honolulu planters.
1 ' -M r-
Mr. Melvin, who has charge
of the photograph depaittrrnt
at KING BROS., is authorized
by Miss Haskins to fill anv
duplicate ordeis which may b?
called for durhe her absence.
TliRUIHU'. MINI! EXPLOSION.
Vlctnrln.il. C, Teh. 15. A dispatch
received nt the nlllces of II. P. Duns.
mulr & Sons In this city this mot nine
told of mi explosion In tho mines nf
the I'nlon Colliery Company at I'nlon
Comox dl8trict which It Is feared will
result In tho loss of at least sixty lles
ami thq destruction of nn Immenso
amount ,tf valuable property. Shortly
lfefolo 11 n't lock tho lit tin 'town of
Union was shaken by a terrlfle explo
sion In No, C shaft, tho mouth of which
Ih situated In the center oftho town,
nnd tho tunnels form a subterranean
Iarcwoik under tho vlllngo nnd the
fields In the vicinity.
to cimn a uolu in o."$n day
Tnke Laxative nromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money If If
falls to cure. E. W. drove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cent.
Jf " ccLtsmTEO tj-
A Healthy Stomach
makes pure blood, vlEoro"snerves-a strong
bodV. Hosteller's Stnnvuii nin.
strengthens weak stomachs. An occasional
dose w II keep the bowels active. Taken
reRui.iriy. it will cure Indication, consti
pation. . dvspepsla, biliousness, Inactive
iver or kidneys, malaria fern and ague.
It will cure you. See that a Prlvnte
b ttCnUC f tn,m' cver5 tn Vtc, "' tne
It has no 'hostetter's
THE PACIFIC MILL COMPANY
has succeeded to the planing mill business
of the hnterpri.e Mill Co., Ltd , Alakea
and Itlchards streets, and tespectfullv soli
cits the patnruge of all former customers
nf the latter mid company.
'7i6tf W.'H.G. ARNEMANN.
Stockholderswe hereby notified that th
Foufth Asessment or 5 per cent er two and
jne-half dollars per share on the Capital
SJgftoSf THK INTEH ISLAND TELE
jRAPH CO., LTD., is due and payabla
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
III Fort street.. J.H.FISHER.
Ute. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.
Honolulu. June i. iooo.
WAIANAE CO., LTD.
The annual meetlntr of the atrvUhnl.w.
nf tic i Walanae Co.. Ltd., will be held at
the office of J. si. Dnw.elt. Slerchant St..
on THURSDAY, FLURUAKY 28TII, loot, at
IV ri ill
J. M. DOWSETT.
. . ... Secretary.
Honolulu, February so, 1901. i77J-3t
Till: SOUTH KONA AGRICULTURAL CO.,
' r. LTD.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the SOUTH KONA AfiHICULTURAL
COMPANY. LTD , will be held In the of
fice ol W. K. Castle on the 27th of Feb
ruary. IQOI, at 2 p. m.
(SlgiieJ) A. M. CAMPHI-I.L.
At the Annual Meetlne of the sloAhnlJ-
rrs Of WALL NICHOLS CO., I Tl) , held
t-ebruary 19th, 1001, the lollowlng tlicers
were duly elected to serve for the enuliig
ear: . ,-
f. fc. Nichols President
Jas. F. Morgan ... .Vice-Preldnt
A. V. Gear , J... Secretary
T. E. Wall ,...!..'....Trea urer
Tl F. Lansing.,,.. ., Auditor
The above officers constitute the RnarJ
of Directors '
A. V. GEAR.
i77-iw ' Secretatv.
ISOT1CE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is ferrety given to all treJI'ori hiving
cUlm icalnn tit etliti of Yc Ctew han. Uif of
Honnlulu, deCYtnct, to pnrttnt th nm July uthrn
tlcat 4anJ wHhprorfrtouriivTt.at the office of trie
aJmlnlstratur, Cliew Min, Numbtr uto Nuuanu Si
Honolulu, lerritory'o(?Ha.,li, vliMn six months
trcm diu or they will r fumer barred.
Aimlnlttfator of the estate ol Yet Chew Tan,
, , Jcceai. '
PaltJ January tg. in. ittn-O-Jan tg,,n.tq,i6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. riHST CIRCUIT.
Te-rltory of Hawaii At ihamhrrs. In probate In
the mattrr or trie etate of S Katak (it (k); ol Huno
lulu, fahu, JecvasfJ, Intiitiu petition having
twen tileJ by t noch Johnson, an aJnf ipj ton of sill
Intestate, f" ng Hut Utlrr of a Jmlnlvlratlun upon
kali eitate be issued to vald prllti'n tt, notlcv litre
by glrn that Monday the 18th day of March. A I) ,
-or. at 10 ii clock a in.. In the Judiciary Hul ding,
Honolulu Is apt olnied the time and pUct for hearing
said rrtitlun. when and where all rersons concerned
may arrear and fchow cause. It any the) lute, why
said pttltfon houlJ nut be granted.
nonomiUi rrrruarv i, tool.
Ity tne t-ouct
All kinds of Carriage Trimming
done cheaper than at any other
VINEVARD ST. NEAK RIVER ST.
' ' 'Ul' -
Mrs. Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " (Mlfinon "
720 Betetanla street; Tel. 1114. ifa7-tf
B. K. liAAJ,
Teacher of ,itar, Mandolin, Zltbai
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Ordera to be left care of Wall, Niohola
ll, - ' lr'n Vrtr. Oo ' IXj
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
bc$ih&lifltfafabto1m,t m jj.
tatb. - fcfc 'kiiuu,