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fcVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1902.
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I CURE MEN
WITH LAME DACK6,
WITH WEAK NERVES, o
WITH L08T VITALITY, o
with all tlioso signs which tell n
man he Is breaking down, losing 0
his grip. 1 havo tho remedy o
which gives back that snap. Are o
and vim of youth, My cures sell
my licit. They proo what 1
say about It, 0
Mr. A. C, Hammond, 39 Mor- o
chants' Exchango Ilulldfhg, San o
Francisco says: "Your licit has
cured mo at tho age of 73, of'jj
weakness in the back and kid o
noys, and has given mo more
vigor nnd sound health tbnn I
have had for years."
A man Is like a steam engine. It takes steam to make him go. My o
licit pumps that steam into Mm. o
Mr. A. Crawford, 1'okegama, Or., sas: "I am 70 years old, but
your licit has mado me feel like 35."
That's how It makes so many old men feel young. 0
Try it, you weak man; you will And outh and vigor In it after o
.everything else falls. o
Call and test It free, or I will send nn my illustrated book, free,
If you will Inclose this ad,
Dr. M. H. McLaughlin,
000 Market St.,
o Offico hours: 8 a. m. to 8:30 p.m. Sundays, 10 to 1. Never sold by drug
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ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO IN
The undersigned, Administrator of
thT3stnte of A, II. Scrlmgcour, de
ceased, hereby notifies tho public in
general that ne Is ready to receive bids
for the purchase of tho stock In trade,
good will, fixtures, tools, and utensils
.of tlio Manufacturing Harness Co,
situate on the corner of Fort and King
streets, Honolulu, Oahu. All bids to
bo submitted In writing on or boforo
the 31st day of .May, 1902. Terms
The bid accepted will bo submitted
to tho Circuit Court of tho First Cir
cuit for approval and confirmation.
The "money to be paid when confirma
tion or npprcnpl by tho Court Is ob
tained. Dated, Honolulu. May 14th! 1902
Administrator of the Estate of A. B.
Will soon be observed. Seo to it that
tho monuments to our friends are
r-ndo clean or now ones nro erected.
J C. Axtell, No. 393 Ilerctnnla Ave.
cor Miller, Is prepared to do such
v.. rk at reasonable prices. P. O. Box
CI2j 'Phono Blue 671. 2H4-2W
Board of Health
At the weekly-meeting of the Board .19 Cholera cases, 45; deaths, 42;
of rllalth, the matter of chief public 'smallpox cases, fl; deaths, 6; plagu.
Interest coming up way the revoking of . cases, 10; deaths, 9,
the decision to compel Falper Penile-
Instruments Filed for Record May 14.
L. C. Abies U. 9. McChesncy... .U.
H. Watcrhousc &. Co, tr. U. 3.
U. 8. McChesncy A. B. Vood...M.
U. 8. McChcSney H. Watcrhousc
& Co., tr. M.
K. Ainara ct al. I.. K. Kentwell..!..
M. K. Hancock ct al. J. B. Jerman
J. II. Jerman M. E. Hancock and
0. Haggert and wife J. 1). Herman
Hallloholanl D. Knahanul D.
Mrs. M. Charman and hsb. Koloa
Sugar Co h,
C. W. Booth Yee Hoon ct nl.... L.
Kauhano I'ahau (2) t D.
XL Italo et al. Allen & Robinson.
J. Kamakahlapo Hann & Kalal...U.
J. Makolnal Kaplolanl Estate, Ltd.
J. K. Naone 8. K. Ko D.
J. I'elcwohlnc 8. K. Ke D.
P. C. Jones, Ltd. W. VoltcrB...!tct,
lln to leae the 'Leper Settlement. This
action was reported In the minutes of
a special meeting Just previously held,
which nrc printed elsewhere.
Dr II. C. Sloggett. president. Dr. W.
L. Moore, D. P. It. Itenberg, Attorney
General E. P. Dole, E, A. Mott-Smlth,
Fred. 0. Smith nnd Dr. C 11. Cooper
constituted the meeting. Dr, J, 8, n.
Pratt, executive ofllccr, and 0. Char
lock, secretary, were In attendance.
Commlsions ns agents of the Board
of Health were otcd to John II, Tay
lor, James McQueen. Cluiid B. Kinney,
P.Mcarath, F.'It. Nug-nt and P. Fltz
Simmons. Thec are the new Inspec
tors for whose pay the tommcrclal
bodies of Honolulu hac agreed to ad
vance IfiOO a month.
The Attorney General to whom had
been referred n request from Wlldcr's
Steamship Company for a regulation
to govern steamers rarryliiE lepers, ad
vised against the action. Hn thought
tho end In lcw might he lecured by
segregating lepers aboard any stcanid
cmplo.ved to carry them. This could
be done without a regulation.
Shanghai, for same time Smallpox
cases, 3; deaths, 18; scarlet fever cases
10; deaths, 103.
Kobe, for same time Plague cases,
1; deaths, 1.
Pure Food Law.
E. C. Shorey, Food Commissioner, In
his report read at the meeting, found
51 samples of milk up to or above stan
dard and twelve below standard. Thfl
inferior article was supplied by V.
Souza. Nakatanl, F. Martins, S. Nobri
ga, Tnvares and F. Correa, moat ol
whose names arc familiar in this rate
gory. Four samples of California
cheese had been 'examined, in none ol
them being found any substitution ol
butter fat or oleo. One sample was
probably made from poor milk or else
milk from which the fat had been
partly abstracted. The remainder of
the Commissioner's report Is as fol
lows: "Samples of Roberts Cream Choco
late which has been extensively hdver
Used nnd Is sold generally In grocery
stores were examined and found to con
tain C3.4 per cent sugar with cocoa,
the whole containing 10.25 per cent fat
There Is no recognized standard foi
Tho Trench Laundry, J. ADADIE,
proprietor, corner of Bcretanla nnd
Punchbowl, is now open for business.
Only first-class work ffrjnc. Delivery
twice a week. Telephone. Blue 3552,
Dr. Cooper concurred with this view, chocolate. It being simply n trade name
saying there was not the Mlghtest dan
ger. The matter wn lelt at that
Dr. Oliver sent In n letter of partial
lars endoflng n bill for 2S3 53. It wai
icfcirrd to the finance committee.
for cocoa from which the fat has been
wholly or partially removed, mixed
with sugar. In this case the statement
Is made In a circular Inclosed In the
can, that while tho cocoa butter hat
been extracted It has been replaced
with rrn.im nr hnttrr ftit. TnnflmnM,
Examinations of Doctors. ng thc prouuct contains only 10.25 pet
On u report of the m-dPnl examln cct fnt nL least three-quarters ol
era. recommending Dr T I'ramura foi ii,ci, u not butter fat this statement
licence to practice. Dr Cooper wanted s not warranted,
to know If thc candidate had been ex-1 a sample of peanuts Bald to have
nmlned In English. Dr. Sloggett dlcH caused sickness In scvernl children w ha
not see that the Board of Health had I bad eaten them, were examine,! l.nt
'bejond the fact that they were old
and of poor quality nothing could be
found which would explain tho sick-
I "Several samples of soda water have
been examined and will be made the
subject of a separate report
l "A number of nnaljses were made
! In connection with two coroner's In
t arninu jiuuoi.t;ijHjmu.
smm - i
" t sWjji $&Pwv w" i
Lines of Travel.
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What Is ha saying?
Lines of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers ot this line will arrive and. leave this port aa ho, zander:
FHOM SAN FRANCISCO. FOB, SAN FRANCISCO.
Thero will be a meeting ot tho
MEIICHANTS' ASSOCIATION of Ho
nolulu at the rooms of tho Chamber
of Commerce, now Hackfcld building,
instead of tho Stocc Exchange, as no
tified a few days ago, at 3 o'clock r- '"
on Thursday, May 15th, 1902.
W. W. HAimiS.
DO NOT DELAY
ho purchase of a houso lot In
est suburb of Honolulu.
Tho remaining lots In KAIMUKI
TRACT are now being sold on tho in
stallment plan. ,
$20 cash upon signing Agreement
and $10 per month until fully paid.
lots 75x200 and 100x150.
Gear, Lansing & Go
Recorded May 6, 1902.
J. Alfred Magoon to David L. Pet
ergon, trustee; release; leasehold, ha-
pnlama, Honolulu. Oahu; 1160. Book
220, page 203.
James N. Tn guard and wife to W.
K. Azblll; mortgage; portion Grant
2922, Kallbl, Honolulu, Oahu; $700.
Book 232, pngo 415, Dated May 1,
Recorded May 7, 1902.
Maud B. Benncr and husband (E.)
to Roberl W. Shingle; mortgage; lot
9 of Grant 3648, Manoa road, Honolulu,
Oahu; 11000. Book 236, pago 172. Dat
ed Mny 3, 1902.
Emma Maclarlane and husband to
Henry Macfarlnno et al., trustees;
eight-ninths Interest In portion Grant
1S3) Punahou street, Honolulu, Oahu;
$9500. Book 236, pago 175. Dated Oc
tuber 1, 1901.
8. I. Shaw to Frank C. Betters; ns
8tgnment of mortgage; mortgage La
vlnla Kapu on land's. Ewa, Oahu, nnd
Maul; $700. Book 227, page 1SS. Dat
ed May 6, 1902.
Kalua Kapuklnl, by guaidlan, to Mrs
F. Wilburton and husband; release;
land, South Kona, Hawaii; $320. Bool;
1G3. page 373. Dated May 7, 1902.
Recorded May 8, 1902.
Estate II. A. Wldomann to A. T.
flla dnn. nlnlit.MlnitiD Intnviiet I.
...l.va g,VU, VI(,II,-UIUII1D IMIVIVDl ''
pleco land, Kulaokahua Plains, Hono
lulu, Oahu; J32S8.S9. Book 234, page
360. Dated January 13. 1902.
Recorded May 9, 1902.
Pioneer Building and Loan Assocln
tion to Eugeno B. Lee; release; lot
10. Grant 3625. Kalllil, Honolulu. Oahu.
$100. Book 207, pugo 17. Dated May
nn.v thing to do with that question. Dr
Cooper cliff end from the president,
saying the Board had tome months ngu
made n time limit beyon 1 which nit
candidates for llci-nte whethel
French. German, Chlnesf or Japanese
must be examined In th" English lan
guage. The report was. on motion of Dr
Cooper seconded by Dr Mooro. laid
on the table until the record could be
Yellow Journalism Barred.
Miss Anderson a nurse from Seattle,
on behalf of herself and Mrs. Frances
E. Owens, a member of thc Chi-1 Tilc annual meeting of thc Mcr
cago Press Association petitioned foi ',. Al(aoclaUon , bc heW thu
n norm It fn lnlt thp Knllhl pYnprlmpnl I
station. On motion the petition wail afternoon at the usual tln nnd place
denied, l nnd every member Is expxeted to be
Atto'rnev General Dolo moved thai Prcscnt " thero ' tt va8t amount of
mi Amiorcnn h niinu,i in viu n,n i Important business to be attended to.
station In comnanv with the Board'i I Thc committee nppolnted at the last
ALAMEDA MAY 16IALAMEDA MAY 21
VENTURA MAY 28 SIERRA MAY 27
ALAMEDA JUNE 6 ALAMEDA JUNE 11
SIERRA JUNE 18 SONOMA JUNE 17
ALAMEDA JUNE 27 ALAMEDA JULY 2
SONOMA JULY 9 VENTURA JULY 8
ALAMEDA ;... JULY 23
MERCHANTS TO MEET
In connection wltk tbe sailing ot tne above steamers, me agents are pre
red to Issue, to Intending passongora, coupon through tickets oy any rail
nad from San Francisco to all poluts In the United Stotei, and from Now
fork by any steamship lino to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 0. 8. CO.
r i iVinriVsiii
UJIIOM THE CONTINENT TROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM BAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
raiy THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York,
aDuan Palace Sleepers. Buffet, 8mos
lag and Library Cars, with Barbet
Ikop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-Ia-carU).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers,
' K, LOTHROP, General Aeent.
lit Third street, Portland, Orexna.
1. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
Ho. 1 Montgomery 8t.,San Francisco.
I. U hOlUX, 0. P. & T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
CUri Imt Wilklkt tor town it j ,j, t ij. -ii A a.
B4 tvtry i nlnutit thereiftcr till io 41. ii:is aft4
itjir.o. ttom Welkin fo to U Punthou Slikln.
Carl titTt R Rtnt or Pwaa iwltcb for town at
VStA.a. aod tvtry tt mlnuttfthtrf after till tfxSPJI.
Cart laava Foil and Klne atrttti corn for Palama
it S.io A.M. tni avery 15 nloutai aftar till 11 af
Carl Itavt f or Patama only at ! and y A M.
Cart laava Palama for VValklkfi 41 A M. and ertry
if nroutattlll a 45 r H . then at 10 11 and 104 F.a
rb ii'if' At from Palama for Punabou onrjr foal
to WalW.l on Saturda 1.
Can laavi Fort and King iCrtcta comrf foi Btfla
Ranca at ao and 1 to a.m.
Can Itara Fortand Klnr atrt an cornar for WaHtlk
lf6oA M. andavcryijmlnutit till to ojp. M ttitn at
to m and tii p M. Tna it. P.M. rott to WalklkJ
01 Saturdayi only.
BERETANIA STREET AND I'UUANU VALLEY,
Can laava Punahou Statla for Town at .) and
for Town and Vallay atf 40 o 6 10 ) ao 6 40 r and
T ao A M.
Can laava Oahu Collect for town and Valk-y at
6 y 6 o and than and avtr 10 mlnutei till 10 to
P.M txctpt tht tvtn hour and half, hour can wbtcb
run from tba Slabla
Can laava Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6 jo 6 so A.M aod
avtry to mlnutet tbereafter till 10 10 P.M.
Can Itava Fort and Queen atreett for Punabou
Colltra at 6 o 6 a 6 4 A M and trtry 10 mloulae
anertlllgeiP.M Alter mat tna cara run to tna
Stable up to ii.iop.m. which It ibalait car tr on Town
raacblns tba Stable at 11. )o p.m.
committee of examination.
Dr. Sloggett, as one of the commit
tee, objected to having any visitor at
tend them on their examinations ol
lepers. Thc motion was withdrawn.
Dr. Moore told of a reporter who
wanted photographs of lepers for 3
A report of the committee on con
meeting of thc association to look ino
the matter of having a Merchants' Day
In the city of Honolulu will report
progress nnd will in all probability ask
that their tlmo be extended.
Yesterday afternoon, the committee
sent communications to tho inter-Island
steamship companies asking them
for their cooperation in thc proposition
taglous diseases, adopting the old forij on '""I'1 an'' ,0 ,raal(0 rates of passage
from thc other Islands which would be
nn Inducement to many to come to the
fair. The committee hopes that thc
steamship companies will see thcmat
tcr In thc right light and ponder thu
fact that unless they make low rates,
thc fair proposition will huvo to bo
abandoned. Tho whole success of the
schemo depends on the steamship com
of reports, was adopted.
Rev. John Kellepl, pastor of the Hoo
mana Karlstlano Nnatiao church, peti
tioned for the privilege ot establish
ing a cemetery for that body adjoining
the Insane Asylum cemitny. It was
referred to a committee.
Dr. Cofer. I'. S. Hospital Marine Ser
vice, sent In reports of disease at for
eign ports as follows:
Sidney Total epidemic of plnguo to
April 22, 19(72, cases, 100; deaths', 2(1.
Sjdney Cates of plague for week
ending April 111, catcs 4, deaths 0, To
tal deaths 26, discharged recovered It,
under treatment In hospital 20.
Brisbane Total epidemic- to April
23, il. Deaths. ID; recov ei les, lti. I'n
der trentment. 10.
Two weeks to April 23-Cascs. 12;
deaths, 4. Last case and last death
Hongkong For two weeks to April
ra Ra He Ps to Pa ns Pa Pa rvj Pi M im p p a no pa m na m M N pa na P4
0 Bulletin Publish-
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative tiromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund tho money If n
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is nn each box. 2f roots
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pwiflc Coist.
S. 8. HAWAIIAN, to salt May 20th.
8. 3. OREGONI AN, to Mil about July 15th.
Freight received at Company's wharf. 42d St., South Brooklyn, it all timca.
From San Francisco
8. S. HYADE3, to sail May 17.
Freight received at Company's wharf, Stewart Street Pier 20.
From Seattlu and Tacoma
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
Otnaral Frelaht Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
tVEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. Q. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountain.
An excellent chance la nrod for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriage meet the 8. 8. Mauna uum
tt Kallua and take passengers orerian
to Bookena, where the steamer la met
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Accidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
NIPPON MAHU "...MAY 10
COPTIC JONR 3
AMUfUCA MAItU JUNE 11
PEKING JUNK 19
GAUMC JUNI3 28
HONGKONG MAIIU JUL.Y 6
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
AMi:ilICA MAIIU MAY 20
PEKING MAY 2
GAELIC JUNE 7
HONGKONG MAIIU JUNE 13
CHINA JUNE 21
DOIHO JUNE 28
NIPPON MAItU JULY 8
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1 1891.
STATIONS. DAILY DAILY
(Outward! ti. Sun. daily ti Sun. daily DAILY
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M P M.
Honolulu t io 9 ij 1105 1 15 j.w
PtftH City..., 1 01 948 II 40 1 4T tS
Ewa Mill S 31 10 08 11 00 4 os t
WtUOftfl 10 J 4 4J
Wtlalua .... 11, j) j o
Kanulro .... it ji its
(Inward) i. Sun. DAILY DAILY DAILY
AM. A.M P.M P.M.
Kahuku 1.... j is ' a oS
Walatua 1 10 ... a o
Walanat t.io . $j
Ewa Mill..... v ? 41 1 os 4 ja
Pearl City 6 is 801 ii)o 4 S
Honolulu........, 6. jo 8 S J 5
F C. SMITH. Ocn'l Pbbi. & Ticket Aft.
G. P. DHNIBON. Superintendent
but wlih how much mrra vlcor and tnrc ou will tt
ab to think and act In all yt-ur builn or mkUI
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort St., bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Everytnlng flrst-class. Complete lint
Key West and Domtttic Cigars alwayt
1 H, J.NDLTE, - ProorlBlor,
AH PAT & CO.,
1256 Fort St. above Orphcum.
AH PAT, oxport cutter, late foreman
J. D. Trcgloan. Suits latest stylet and
good fit. Cleaning and repairing.
II you have th'm yur feet ht m ly acquired
bad habits It Is not rucesry to be 10 tured b
corn, tnerowlnz nalts. bunions chlirlans. etc
They miv he curedthat Is nur teet may be bruken
ot their bad habits You will be furprlied, not only
how much m re e.ullv and comfurtible yon will wa k
able to t
Cal and see me about this, or send me word and I
will call on ou.
Dr. W. R. Bogle,
Union Street above Hotel.
ConaultalloiTat offi'a tre.
iflANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATCR. : : : :
Delivered to any part of
rltT hy cnurtpnits drivers.
Oiliu Ice and Electric Co.
TELEPHONE DLUE 3191.
MOFFflAN & nARKMAH.
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IN HER NEW DRESS.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HACKFBLO & CO, LTI). AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Btoamers ot tho above line, running In connection wllu the CANA.OI.
N PACIFIC RAILVAY CO. botweeu Vancouver. IJ. C. nnd Bydnty. V.S.v.,
and calling at Vlctorln, I). C, Honolulu, Hinu, FIJI nnd Ilrlslmno, ure DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about tho dates below stnted, viz.;
rrom Vancouver anu Victoria, D. C. i rrom Sydney and Brisbane.
(Fsr Brisbane and Sydney.) (For Victoria nnd Vancouver, 11. C.)
MIOVi;itA JUNE 7 I AC-HANOI JUNK 4
MOANA JULY 6 I MOANA JULY i
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage nnt all general Information, apply tn
Theo. H.Dovleg&Coa.i.tu., Gen'. Aficnta.
Draya tor FreJjiht
Our representative icreta all Incom
ing steamers from the Cooat, and n
chock bagt'ago on all outgoing steam
r. Wb'ta and Black Sand For Sale
Omce with Kenlnij Dulletln, 111
King street. Te S6.
. LflRSEH, MTr.
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUGET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTC.
Connecting Direct without transfer with 0. N. Ry.. N. P. It., nnd C. P,
It. Lowest rates of freight from all eastern points; shortest possible time
8 S. TAMPICO, from Seattle, on or about MAY 10
For further Information address
L. E. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Globe Nav. Co., Ltd., Seattle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market St.,
F.S Agents of above roads, will furnish Information.
When You Want a Rig
niNU UP THH
LIVERY BOARDING and
i s : : : 618 fort street
Btable 'Pbouo, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, Tlioties 319 and 32.
C. H. DELL1NA.
Admiral IH'vwj'k old HukhIiIp, the Oljinpla. uhkli loceiitly formed pnrt
of the lleet tli.it wi-liiuiii'il I'lliico lli'iuy. Iiiih been tlinriiilKlil meilinuli-d mid
put III line fiiiilltlmi Mini iiiiiiiiiMMiieiitH In her nppi'iiriiine lme Ih-i n
initio. IncliiilliiK I ho addition of ilnlininti li nnd Mom nriiilinPiiK Hie
OlMiipla l to ho In the Mtindiiili nut to niiRlnnd to take pail In tho corona
Pearl City Hotel
A plnco for town peoplo to lay off
lor a fow days.
Furnished rooms, flrst-clats monls,
dam Inn pavilion, uiro picnic grounds,
also stnhling for horses.
Convenient for a country outing.
J. W. CHAPMAN,
Everytninu New, opd Tanle Nice
Dedrooms, Sample lioom tor nimcr
cinl TniMderh "pi"'""" ' andiu, ilni
vlow, nol aim . iihiiii'hIiI. f -rm
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA-CIIINI-JUY
of every capacity and de
scription mado to order. Boiler work
ind itrVETKI) PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular ctten
I don paid to J OH WOHK, and repair
iixACiit'd st rliurtrst nutlre
COTTON UROS. & CO
rNOINFi.HS AND ! :
an. tft4 vitlirataa fUTnlaJ lor all clatjat
Tel. Main 245.
ROOM 300 30STON BLK. Honolulu.
G. FREELAfID, -
The l'.vcnlng Dulletln, 75 cents per
,,rr. . . . .iJ. kiaMi. k.l.1iM.liM.li