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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H SATURDAY,. MARCH 2t, 1905.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. H by tbe
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO, LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINOTON.. Editor
Entered at tbe Poalofdce at Horio-.
lulu as second-class matter.
Payable In Advance.
fvr month, anywhere In U. S.. .
Ter quarter, anywhere In U. 3.. 2.
Per year, anywhoro In U. 8 8.00
er year, postpaid, foreign 11.00
Is months , $ .50
fif'ynr, anywhere In U, S.... 1.00
Per year postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii, )
County of Oahu. )
C. O. IIOCKUS, Uuslncss Manager of
the llulletln Publishing Company, Lim
ited, being first duly sworn, on oath
ly sworn, on oaini... " ,.,.,. . ,i, n.it .i ,i..
deiicses and says
la tilfe and cor
dilation for the week ending March
23rd. 1000, of the Dally nnd Weekly
Editions of tho Evening Ilulle'ln-
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Mar. 17
Monday, Mar. 19
.. . .2418
u,.V..J Y, , ! Department could obtain In reference
Wedn-sday, Mar. 21 2 82 ,,',,, ,)ropcrtr holders within 1000
Ih m ' l ' " 'he proposed location show ed
aL Y'. r, n , U, i'.i " 5151 'three property holders onl; thus nf-
AVr,'flt,l??l,y lr,5,u,Cn-.; .V2215ilr eliminating tho forty unqualified
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin. L,lRJ,nrcg shibnynmn's affidavit con-
Tueiday, March 20th. 1906 ..... .2365 , ,.rfc(1 n mj0,y of 10 I)roUorty hold-
Number of weeklies delivered on
--Kiii!fnd .'. l?".W.a" alone",-1058,hlnd ngalnst the Issuanco of this II-
Combined guaranteed average cir
HUI.LETIN PtJni.lSIIINO COMPANY,
Uy C. O. IIOCKUS,
Subscribed nnd sworn to be
fore me this 24th day of
(SEAL March, A. D. 190C.
P. H. DUIINETTE.
Notary Public. First Judicial Circuit.
SATURDAY MAItCII 24. 1900.
LATEST SCHOOL EXHIBIT
Extended dissertations on the rela
tive Importance of teachers and Jani
tors cannot tell half the story of tho
condition of the public schools that Is
related In the brief and spicy lettter
or tnu "Jiysttnca Mother" published
In this Issue.
Heretofore the principal uttantlnn In
conrcctlon with the shortcomings of
the appropriations devoted to tho pub
lic schools has hcen centered 'on tho
miserably low salaries paid deserving
teachers. Now comes a practical ex
perience demonstrating that there Is
not accommodation for tho children
who apply. This Is a state of affairs
Indred, nnd well might ,tho mother
wondor whether the Stars nnd Stripes
have lost any of their emblematic bril
liance nnd civilizing power In these
IslindB of tho Pacllic. It Is nn old
story to repeat that the condition Is
dlssracvful, but nevertheless true i
Honolulu undoubtedly has the best
scliool houses, tho largest, and as a
general rulo the best, teachers, though
they are kept, on short rations. Yet
well .built as these school houses nro
and roomy ns they may be, tho school
equipment Is so limited that children
are forced to roam tho public streets
or attend a privnto school, all because
th money of the taxpayers hns been
handled with such little regard for the
This woman's letter nlso brings to
notice a common error. Superintend
ent Uabbltt's ability to build a school
house for tho little Molokans she puts
down as a pleco of ofllclal Incompe
tence! on his part.. As a matter of fact,
. It all reverts back to legislative Intel
ligence, and on the other Islands It is
looked upon as real Intelligence. As
was noted by a recent writer liJ the
Garden Island, the legislators madft
their appropriations specific. Instead
of appropriating a lump sum for
school houses, to be expended by exec
utlve officers as seemed to them best
the legislators set nsldo certain spe
cific sums to be spent on rens t-V -new
construction of school houses of i
. thu) respective Islands. 'Tt' - "" '
''house might be needed In Honolulu ,m ,
the Oahu appropriation l - i ' -m i
cd makes It Impossible to do the work.
Tho Kauat appropriation, La.-.i. 6
might have an ample balanrn fv-t
the llttlo Molokans could have th 1;
school houso notwithstanding boir n."
cessltles might bo less pressing.
These appropriations are so arranged
that they cannot be shuffled, and In
the general scheme of government It
is well that this Is so.
Tho great difficulty Is that a Lcglsla
ture meeting onco In two years cannot
foresee all the demands of each dis
trict for tho two years ahead. Add to
this a deslro or necessity to cut ex
pense everywhere, and the whole thing
Is accounted for, though It Is Just as
much of a disgrace to the community
as It It wero impossible of explanation.
Should tbe Superintendent of Public
Instruction draw on tho Kauai appro
priation for the Honolulu schools, Ka
uai would cry out that he ought to be
in Jail, and wo know of nothing but
the good-will of the Judge and Jury
that would head him off, If Kauai onco
got after him,
Tbe mystery Is Indeed easily solved
when one Is brought to understand the
wonders of a ccntralllzed government
, ' -which Is neither elastic nor effective,
and works on tho theory that a suit of
V clothes cut today for a growltg youth
' should continue to fit him for tho fol
' lowing two years, Comparing the Ha
waii .system of school finance with
such a youth, Its suit Is already split
t in the, back, short In the sleeve, frayed
around tho edges , bagged at the
Inees, out at the scat and all tho but
There Is more thnn uno "m stifled
mother'1 who lacks funds to send her
child to a private school, nnd ct can
not flhd a place In tho pnbllv school.
That this Is true subtracts heavily
ftom the Territorial good name, it
comes close to establishing a complete
bankruptcy of Americanism.
(Continued from Page 1.)
first nppllcnnts among them Sing
Ring on their own sworn affidavits,
the contention being that If they mis
represented they did so nt their own
'Is'; nnd would be liable for perjury,
but as some question arose as to the
possibility of convicting them on a per
jury charge. It was deemed advisable
to thoroughly check each nfuilavlt.
Yen now Inform mo that two signers
of Sing Sing's affidavit deny that they
acknowledged their signatures beforo
l notary, although tho documents show
tint they did; but you failed to glvo
mo their names or In any way to sup
ply me with tho necessary cvldcnco
du which I could bring a charge
against the notar. Why not send mo
(he sworn affidavits of these two per
sons to the effect that they never ac
knowledged their signatures.
Concerning tho license to T. Shlba-
tanin. jolt state that four of the sign-
there nro several owners who did not
: -UhouVh ,o claluT It was rop'r
tented to me that nil tho property
holders had signed but one. The fact
Is that T Shlbaynma's affidavit of
property holders had fort two slgnn
litr., tun nnli- nf titil,,!. unrn mi-illfl.td
signatures, and tho best ovlilcnco this
... ,.,, . ,.a n nrntt nt nnv
renre the Ilcenio was issued to T. Shi-
bayania. You also stnto that Frank ,
,11 Groenwell. II. Uasstnnn and u Mc-,
l'arlnno deny acknowledging their slg
natures to this nflldavit, although tho
document shows that they did. As ynu
have supplied the names In this case,
I will endeavor to get tho proper otfl-i
davit from tho abovo named In order' incorporators and his sworn sUte
that I may have soma cvldenco onjment.
which to bring suit against the notary.)
If the two notary publics named In
your letter have acted as therein spec
ified, they certainly "should be denlt
with summarily for their matfeasanco
Licenses can only bo revoked upon
conviction and I find It quite difficult
to get the proper kind of evidence to
secure convictions. If the members
tit our lcagtd are In a position, any
time to supply ma with tho necessary
evidence, I will do my utmost In tho
lino of prosecuting and In this con
nection, I will take tho liberty to sug
gest that tho members of your league,
who are taking an active Interest In
this question, first should thoroughly
inform themselves on the liquor laws
as they now- stand on tho books. From
several conversations w'lth tho differ
ent members of tho elague, I am led
to believe that jour workers havo u
very limited knowledge of this law.
(Signed) A J. CAMPIIEI.I,,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
FRAUD, SAYS PROSSER.
(Continued from Page 1.)
"It Is hard to say It Is n very com
Magoon objected He said that alt
the property of the Hotel Co hnd hem
conveyed to Wundrnberg b) a deed of
usslgnmcnt and be objected to the
question because Wundcnberg did not
owe the money to the company
"Did all tho creditors agree to the
WBlgnmcnt?" asked Prosser,
"That Is Immaterial," said Magnom
Tho Court ruled that the question
"I Just want to explain the Bltua'
tlon," said Prosser. vThe Walklkl Sea
side Hotel Co was composed of dlveis
nnd sundry Macfnrlanes. It owes Mny
& Co, over IICOO, which Is tho only
largo creditor outside of tho Macfnr-
rtVfc,T90K - ft
Furnished house, Pacific Heights.
Four Bedrooms S7S 00
Emma St , 30 00
Gandall Lane 25 00
Cor. Young and Aloha Lane,.., 18 00
Cor. King and Aloha Lane .... 20 00
Valklkl Beach .' 40 00
College Hills, 40 00
Klnau Street 27 SO
Lunalllo Street 80 00
Trust Co., Limited.
FOnT AND MERCHANT T8,
lanes. It oMf.g Mncfnrlana & Co. SIS,-
000 And ni, Macfarlane $9000 They
vvnnt to defeat tho Judgment of May &
Co. by tho assignment to Wundcnberg,
who w a member of Macfurlane & Co.,
and by mailing May & Co come In on
the percentage scheme "
1'tosser then returned to his exami
nation of Wundcnberg, who ngaln
gave n brilliant exhibition of his eva
sive tactics Prosser wanted (o find
out If Wundcnberg had the $1000 real
ized by tho sale, and which was at
tached by May & Co., but Wundcn
berg, while he ndmltted having re
ceived the money, was utterly unablo
to tell how much of It ho had left.
finally Prosscr suggested that tho
hcnrlng bo continued for a week and
that Wundcnberg bo ordered to flic his
accounts by then
Magoon said that he had offered
Pressor to come to his office and ex
amine the lHAkB.
"I could have spent two dnys In Ma
coon's oflleo with the books nnd been
nono tho wiser," answered Prosscr. "It
Is n swindle, tho whole business"
Mngoon stated that Prosscr couM
J?" POOS .'"J!,'8, a':!'',,,,r
Court could not order Wundcnberg tc
ninKe an account.
"I ask tho Court to continue tho mat
ter for n week and that a showing of
Looks and accounts bo ordered then,"
bald Prosscr. "They made an assign
ment solely for their own benefit."
"Tho whole matter depends upon
whether the assignment Is valid, docs
tt not?" asked Judge Do Dolt.
"Wo never consented to It," answer
ed Prosscr. "It stinks with frnud."
"What slinks with frnud?'' asked
"Your assignment," thundered Pros,
"If a mnn's heart Is full of fr'aud, ho
makes such accusations," said Magoon.
During nil this tho bnlllff had been
loiuy rnpping lis iiammcr lor oroer,lt10 i,oxnllch(,i0 )0ys, Vessel
which wus iiiiuy iroiurru. JuuSe u .
liolt admonished the belligerents, stat
ing that such scenes did not Influence
n.a rn,..i ,i n n .u.nt-wnM,,
At thls'polnt Wundcnberg said that
he wanted to mnko a statement. "Mr.
Prosscr stated," ho said, "thaUI was
nssoclatcd with Macfnrlano & Co. nnd
that they reek with fraud. I am not
and never was,"
Prosscr produced tho article of as
sociation of Mncfarlano & Co. showing
Wundcnbere's signature as one of tin
"still I never was," said Wunden-
'What about tho oath you took?
asked Prosser, and tho Incident closed,
tho Court ordering Wundcnberg to flic
his accounts In a week and continuing
tho matter until then.
NOTLEY TAUK8 OF "8CHEME8."
(Continued from Pag 1.)
mlttlng to tho captice of that samo
machine In fact, I do not think that
the Republicans would have enough
nioney to pay out If they were to In
dulge In such virile practice."
When asked as to whether or no the
Homo Holers would fuse with tho
Democrats again, Mr. Not Icy snld.
"Not while I am president. Wo have
Tied them twlco and both times wo
havo found tho Democrats unfaithful.
"Tho Importation of tho Molokans,
Portuguese and other classes of labor
ers Into tho Territory, who can become
naturalized American citizens, will, to
a largo extent affect tho Hawaiian vo
ting power l)y pursuing a courso as
proposed by Mr Pocpoc, the deserving
Hawallans will then havo a show.
"The Homo Rule party which has.
maintained a fight against tho rulers
of tho Territory, Is no more thnn tho
Ktiokoa pnrty of the monarchical re
gime, which was Independent of the
Mr. Notlcy will soon call n meeting
of the executive committee to tnett
weekly to discuss plans far tho com
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
"RENT and COMPANY
Monday, Tuesday and
, MAR 26, 27 AND 23.
Our Milliner has just returned from
tho Coast with the very latest cre
ations In Spring Millinery.
These are now being un
packed, marked, etc.,
and will be shown
for the first
time on the abovo
days. Do not think of
buying your Easter hat
until you have seen our display.
ill o o
Wallukit, Maul, March 23. "Tho
schooner Moklhana, belonging to tho
DcaucUcllo brothers of Molokal, was
driven on tho rocks at Kahakuloa,
Maul, last Saturday afternoon and Ib
now n total loss. She camo up from
Honolulu via Halawa, Molokal. When
she got off tho last named port she
mot a galo which blew her salts Into
tli red and she was blown off her
rnurso until sho-arrlvcd oft Kahakuloa
where the captain decided to put into
Tor help and also to repair her sails.
When sho dropped anchor Into the lit
tle bay of Kahakuloa the sea was
smooth and tho crew thought they will
encounter fine weather on their return
trip to Molokal ports, but. alas, It whs
n fntlnn Lnnn fnt Iia tirlrtrl MAtMA ttt-1
'"'ring the afternoon and tho big wave.
flashed her about like a llttlo piece of
paper. Three times the chains parted
and still tho valiant crow of threo !!a
waltans clung to their vessel for dear
life. One of them Jumped overboard
nnd was badly injured In tho attempt.
He got ashore and rode overland to
Wolhoc to telephone, to Walluku for
aid. Tho tug Lcsllo Ilaldwln at Kaliu
lul was notified by Judge Kcpolkat of
the unfortunate plight of the little ves
sel. Aid was nromlscd. but the ancrv
, wave could not wait for tho 'tug, so'
'finally dashed thefr prey high on tho I
rocks at Kahakuloa, where sho Is now
lying a total loss. Freight and vessel
ware valued nt J 1 000. Bonio of the
freight belonged to tho Mcjcr broth
rrs cf Molokal and the remainder to
frM.M not Insured. Itolh Kddv
Eugene Devattclicllu nro In Wnlluku.
Mr. Charles Kahlllaulanl Notlcy,
who recently has Interested himself
In collecting ancient Hawaiian curios,
pictures ahd historical facts, was
awarded yesterday, by the, acceptance
of his application for a copyright of
ono of his pictures. Tho description
of tho picture appears In tho copy of
the copyright herein given:
Class 1, XXC. No. 17288.1. Library
of Congress, tow It. lie It remember
ed, Tbat on tho 16th day of January,
1900, Chas. Kahlllaulanl Notlcy, of Ho
nolulu, H. I., hath deposited In this of-
leu the description which Is In the fol
lowing words, to-wlt:
A composlto era) on drawing of Ka-
mchnmeba tho Great, with helmet of
yellow feathers on head, war cloak of
yellow feathers "on shoulder, war clonk
or jcllow, royal sash or malo of red
and yclow feathers with barbed spear
In hand, all of which constltuto . tho
Royal Hawaiian war costume, (etc.),
tho rights whereof ho claims asauthor
and proprietor In conformity with tho
laws of tho United States respecting
OIIlco of tho Register of Copyrights,
Washington, D, C. Herbert Putnam,
Librarian of Congress; by Thorw-nld
Solter, Register of Copyrights. (Pho
tograph oil flic )
Two benefit performances, monster
fondevlllo programs, will bo given at
the Orphcum noxt wcok, Monday and
Tuetday evenings, to Richard Iluhlor.
filthier nnd Loulso Orendorf will pro
tent n sketch entitled "The Cracks
mnn," famous for Its thrilling situa
tions. Wilkes and Uremia Fowler will
appear In "Chattcrton," something
powerful and appealing. Auerbarh
will prove himself tho famous funny
man that he Is and there will bo no
tnd of entertainment, each member of
tho company doing a specialty. Usual
Orpheum prices prevail. Remember,
tnts win be lluhlcr s rarowcll pcriorm
KINAU FROM HILO
The steamer Klnau docked at noon
today from Hawaii ports, reporting a
fine trip and good weather nil along
tho roast Tho following sugar Is
nwnltlng shipment on Hawaii planta
tions: Oloo ,21.800: Walakei. 17.000.
Hawaii Mill. 700; Walnnku, 11.000; Po
prekeo, 12,000; Ilononni, 8,000; Hakn
lau, 11.000 Latrpahoehoo, 4C0O; Ookalu,
7ZU; Kiikatau, 2500; Hamnkim. 18,000;
i-aauiiau, iu,uu; nonokaa, lo.uvu; ku
kulhacle. 215; Honuapo. 1913.
The Klnau hrnueht thn usual mrpo
as follows: 7 barrels bottles, 10 crate)
chickens, it hags toconnuts, 32 empty
kegs, 44 pigs, 48 llundlcs uwa. 74 bun
dles hides, 84 packages tank material?
"ii sheep, 201 packages sundries,
WAR M AT OPERA
"Tlielnm" Is the attraction at tho
matinee by tho Uubler players at the
Opera House this afternoon, for tho
benefit of tho Hawaii Yacht Club, and
tonight "Held by tho Enemy," over
fchlch the audience raved Thursduy
evening, will bo presented, "Thelma"
na produced last evening with the
great success the Uuhlers are alwavs
The prompt Hnd splendid work of, the
department saved tho Winston block
from Are last night about' 11 o'clock.
The blaze was in the store of Yuen Vfa
Chong. Hotel near River street. Plro
Chief Thurston received several severe
burns on the wrists from falling heat
ed wires while leading his men Id forc
ing an entrance.
The Band That Wards Off Coughs, Colds, Grip
And Restores Nervous, Dyspeptic Catarrh Wrecks
T 1KB A DKMON grip has crossed
our country, Iosvlng bohlnd scores
of physical wrecks.
Victims ot catarrh of the hoad, catarrh
of the throat, catarrh ot tho lungs,
catarrh ot tho stomach, catarrh of the
kidneys, catarrh of tho pclvlo organs,
re to be counted by 'hundreds of thou
sands. Grip Is epldemlo catarrh, and sows tho
seed of chronlo catarrh within tho
This is ad true that fow grip sufferers
are ablo to mako a eomplete recovory
until tb.y havo used l'oruna.
Never in tho history of modlclne has
a remedy received such unqualified and
universal ouloglos as reruns,
K yon do not derive prqmpt and satis
factory rosulU from the tuo of reruns,
write at onco to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case, and he will
Iju plrancd to give you his valuable ad-
For special directions every one
runa is for sale by all chemists and druggists at one dollar per bottle or sik bcttlea for five dollars.
Those wishing direct correspondence with Dr. Hartman and can wait the necessary delay In receiving a re
ply, should address Dr. S, D. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, U, 8. A.
Demon, Smith & Co. will supply the retail drug trado In Honolulu. ftMIT'T
O, W. Bmlth, president of the Mer
chants' Association hero and a mem
ber ot the Washington refund delegat
tlon from Hawaii, writes to Secretary
U. H. Paris of tho Honolulu Merchants!1
Association from Washington .In tho
last mall, to the effect that the ptos
pectb for tho ultimate success In tlio
matter of obtaining tho 7G per cent.
Federal refund here nro fair and that
It is said with considerable assurance
that tho bill will ho reported favor
ably by the House Committee on Ter
Messrs. Smith, E. A. Mclnerny and
Mark Robinson return 4o Honolulu In
Evening Bulletin 7r per month.
ill (If. ILA 1A1LUK10III
SP SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS FOR THE V
ENSUING 8EA80N'8 TRADE -C
Fashions Up-to-date in
Every Detail Considered
QENTLEMEN who want that well dressed feeling should give our
TAILORING DEPARTMENT a Trial.
WE KEEP ABREAST OF THE TIMES
THERE IS NOTHING NEW IN TAILORING THAT WE ARE
NOT ACQUAINTED WITH.
We are now showing for the Summer trade the Largest and Fin
est selection of SUITINGS wo ever handled. We cannot fall to please
anybody looking for quality and atyle, -
WE ARE THE ONLY PEOPLE IN HONOLULU EMPLOYING
WHITE LADOR IN OUR WORKROOM.
' If we don't give perfect satisfaction there Is nothing to pay.
Our prices are Not the, highest In town.
Cured of Obstinate La Grippe.
Henry Dlitln, the Inventor and maker
ot band Instrument for tho Henry
Dlatln Mfg. Co., at Wllllamsportt Pa., la
probably the moat aetlve old man In
Philadelphia to-day, lie writes from
1411 H.Oth street, Philadelphia, l'n.l
"I write to Inform you that I had a
bad attack ot la grippe last December
which lasted more than three months,
and which left mo with catarrh, and
sororal of my friends advised mo to try
your wonderful mcdlciie, l'cruna,
"I began with a bottle tho first week
in March and ltcortalnlydld meagreat
deal of good.
"I was so well satisfied that I
purchased another bottleand followed
your directions which you furnish with
every bottle, and I am glad to ssythat
It has cured me. .1 shall certainly rec
ommend tho l'cruna to all my frlonds."
should read 'The Ills of Life," a copy
RCAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for record March 23, 1006
From 10:30 a. m, to 4 p, in.
I'plly Iilrd by afft of mtgco to Wll-
iler & Co Ltd ForcAftdt
.P0,1.Ii,Dlrd hY m,gC t0 Gcrr" ''J
I Wilder D
PuaolIwak) to York Sang L1
waht twj uy nntt , ....aiiiii j't. U.,4. i ,,,-...t,!
Mnrgnrtt Llshman to Mary J SIlvn.BS 1 ftZ DCSt Ot eVCrytmng
Entered for Record Mar. 24, 1906, JALL SORTS OF AMUSEMENT,
So.omForn0mA9Kua";o?(u10bym.-g" to l" IopSSoV'e
Wm It Castle tr . . D ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Mrs Julia Tlllander to W It Castle Tickets and Information at Oahu
tr . , .- AM Railway station and Trent & Co , or
'ring ud Halelwa Hotel, Klna 63.
For Yokohama, per S. S. Hongkong
Maru, March 24. Miss Sarah Koffman,
Miss Margaret K. Paine, Miss Kleanor
Kolfman, O, V. D. Paine.
Ulank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc , manufactured by tho llulletln Pub.
b!r the Dulletln Pub
Confressman Powers of Vermont '
Uses Pe-ru-na In Ills Tamlty.
H6n.ll. Henry Powers, writes from
"Pcruna I hare used In my family
with success. I can recommend it as an
excellent family remedy, and very good
for coughs, colds and catarrhal sf
foctlons." It, llonry Powers.
Pe-ru-na Tor Catarrhal Nervousness
and Stomach Troubles.
iron. yf. J. Purman, ox-member ot
Congress from Florida, writes from 1423
Q street, N. W., Washington, D. O.I
"From rcprctentatlons to me, and
from my own experience, I feel Justified
In recommending your Pcruna to any
and all persons suffering with catarrhal
nervousness or stomach troubles."
Addrosa Dr.S.B. Hartman, Pretldeni
of tho Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
of which surrounds each bottle. Pc
THESE DAYS "1
AT H 41 PI 7 A
I I IrLl.l W
JU6T THE PLACE TO SPEND
YOUR VACATI N-
On 8undays the Halelwa Limited,
two-hour tr.'n, leaves at 8:22 a. m.;
returmnj. srelvra In Honolulu at 10:10
All Sizes, Colors and Patterns, Also
Grass Matting, Dig Stock. Low Price.
Coyne Furniture Go.
jJ. M.Levy & Co.
Watch and Jewelry Club
l.OO and SOc( a week
113 HOTEL STREET nr. FORT 8T.
Wank books of' all sorts, ledgers.