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DISHOP TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
Do a general trust and security bus
iness. i Act as Executor, Guardian, Assignee
1 or Trustee.
Manage Estates, real and personal.
Safe Deposit Doxes for Rent.
75 MERCHANT STREET
CnltnRO of .1 licilriH.ms on Vineyard
rlt. mid cottage of - bedroom on
l'crk Ac. Apply H. S. l'ei k. 2'7
Furnished boiisckrepinc riKims wllli
K.is; nlso fi-rooni furnished eottaKC.
-Inquire Nn. S, CnltiiRe tlrmo.
A two story bouse. No. i03fi tlroen
street. I'lirnlsbed or unfurnished.
Apply C. II. Itonnils. 3317-lf
Newly papered inooiullo proof house
kciplni; niiiuiN Apply ltullellti cilllcc.
Collates In CbrlsHv Untie. Apply
Wouk Kwnl. Sinllb St.. luniikn Holel.
Cheapest, eoulcm furnished looms In
city. Helen k t'cinrl, Adninx lane.
3J22 If i
3 furnished rooms nl ."("2 Here aula St
Suitable lor botiselti. pine 3313 31
Newly furnished niiisoulto proof ronnir.
nt M Vlney.nl SI J'HS-lf
UW"For Rent" cards on tale at
the Bulletin office.
Haw-Man Ballasting Company.
Ilis bl.uk biuhI finni I? lo ?3 a load
nerimllui; to dlHtaiiei hauled. Cinal
locks if or Htnble, mail-, mill slue
walks; llrewood. Thlnl door linlnw
Kln. M.iiuiiikin S' . 1' O. box K2".
frtlephonu Mnln 31(11.
Tor a nice, srrooth shave call at the .
Criterion Shop, till l'"'t St ,
For house-help, phone White 21.91, Ma
hlkt. Oeneral Kmploynient Officii,
cor. rensacoln nnd lleretnnla.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, planoforto tuner,
hns inove.1 to tho plnno warerooma
nf I.. K. Thayer & Co.. IDS Hotel St..
opposlto Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taught In 6 months by experi
enced tencbor: $.1 month (S Iphmimi);
special attention to ndnlt beginners,
Address Music, llila office. 332S-tf
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUMSELLOn-AT-LAW, 602 GTAN
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Wo Mnvo (ill Other Pluvorn AIho
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4 you make every dollar count.
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Hie Big Results
DAY, for- New Ada.
lUGf-inn acres of land In Hamnkitn,
Inland of llnwall: II actcs iilnnlul
In rolToc now hcniing; lialance of
land imim! for pasture. On abou1
proprily ft nlso n two story house
rmnlslii'il, stable ntut cistern; be
Wiles nn express wnson, mules, n
htirse. nbnnt " chickens ami a cof
fee pulping inaclilno. Apply to
l'rnnlc do Melln, 12? Cjileen St.. Ho
Pino corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental tree
and all Improvements. Two minutes-
walk from cars and I'unnliou
College Address It. P., this office
ratifies. "5 cents a Imx. stronK plants
In bloom mm. 2nd door south of
C'linip .MtKtnley, I.enhl Ac, Wnl
A Hie solliltnr for a pleasant, estab
lished business. Is wanted. I'crmu
nrni ponltlun to il'tlit mau. Addre.M
It. I). II llullitln olllce. .1320-tf
To pure base a saddle horse. Apply
A. l- rrntien. Market Saloon, (Jucen
ninl Keknnllke SIh. 3333-lw
Salesman nnd ioIIci tor for Island uf
Maul. Apply 11"" Alakea St.
UOOJV1 .1VD BOARD
lliwd ami mom for hree sliiKle Ken
ib'iucn. In prlvnle family, in minutes
friuii hiMniKH center, references.
Ad Ires, or apply Mrs. .1. A. !las.ln
Ifn. 1271 Ilerelanla SI. 33.12-lw
Uihitu nnd board In prhnte family for
man and wife; ileclrle IlKhts: hot
and cold wnter; cars pass ilonre. i le.
Ai'ilriM M. A II.. Hiilliitn M.VMw
A bunille of tlntbei. between Ilerelanla I
in ar ltl r ami Queen's lloipl nl. It'-j
turn tn ee Wo Laundry, No. ?0i!
Ktikul and llltcr sin.
J.nillea cniil i.iiih nnd phalli. Initials
M A. II. Urunril at this olllre.
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DJJ- Fins Job Printing at the Dul
Umbrellas repaired and brats polish.
I dr. 'fal.atn, 12S1 I'ort SL
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn lintel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
minting. All work guaranteed.
Knos llros.. Union nkovo Hotel St.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Holes, Sharpening of
Fino Ctitlory. Hear Union drill.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. S.,
777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3101
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V lorn the present outlook there will
be more spoil Imliilned In timing the
M-nr of ItinC Ibart 'here ever lias been
In the history of the Islands The
reslilnils of Honolulu nre fast unking
up lo the Iden that exercise Is neces
sary to obtain health In this climate
At the present lime the Hkatlng rink
Is the i enter of ntlrnctlon and Is being
well pationUed by the sport-loving
community. Ilnelng Is about to start
at the rink and this will furnish msro
Out at tho Zoo lliey nro construct
ing n skating rink nnd n swimming
pool. Until those lentures will appeal
to tboso who are looking for lun.
Those who gel warm while skntlng
will have n chance to tnko a cooling
Heel. Church hns underway the in
stalling of bowling alleys, tennis iouiIb
mid a small golf com do out at the
Royal Annex nt Wnlklkl. These
ntiniM tncntx are Hire to "cntcb on"
with those who like tho beach. The
four new tennis courtH will be cspe
Hall) popular. A swim niter bowling
will also nppcnl to many. It Is also
claimed Hint a good swimming holo
will l,o made by blasting int. (oral.
The Country Club, per Imps the finest
juoject ccr ptomoted here In the wny
of outdoor amusements Is under wny
nnd before the Jinr Is over Honolulu
will boast of ono of the Unest country
clubs ever seen. At this club golf,
tenuis, cricket and swimming will ho
Indulged In by tho membcra, On n
Sunday Ibis will be a very popular ro
treal for the well-to-do people of the
The Hotel llathp. which will shortly
be built on llntnl street, will probably
luteiest the general public more than
nny ottier nmtisoment place In the
The llnsebnll League will open on
the 1 2th of next month nnd n long sen
ium or good sMirt Is pttmilscd. llasLet
halt Is peilidps the must popular cjiit
loor KMirl Indulged In here. This si n
xon will see native, Portuguese, Chi
nese. Jppani'si nnd liaole tennis In I to
field. It will be a struggle of nation
Tennis is nbout tn boom nnd Hnnn-,
lulu In noon In sou dim of Hie largest
tournaments ever held hero. All of
the championship nmlehcH will bu de
cided during the coming spring limrim
incut. It will ho seen thnt the sporting pub
lic will not be linking for tho want of
nmuM'incnt duilug the Hummer
I'ted. KIley yestordny recelvod a tip
bio fnlni .Too Colitii tha tliere wai'K
chance of l'lgbter I.arkln coming m
Honolulu to meet Sullivan. l.nrl;ln Is
ji llO-iiomiil lad of Trisect, who ,Js
rinimeii tit no very ntiiy v.-iin ine mum.
O'.Mnrn, In talking nvrr the pros
pecls of these two Inds, thinks thnt
they would make n very good fight.
Ho hi Inclined to favor Sullhnn In
such n match.
At the present time Sullivan and
MiTitdden nte out of town, mid It Is
not known If Siilllvnn would ngreo lo
There Is nothing slated nt the pres
ent time' In fighting elides, ns tho
mutches nro not available. Thurovuro
Hill many who think thnt Mnrcli la a
i hump, and they would like to sun
him hook up with Hill Hulhiil.
Kid Nelson t.nys that his $250 up
to meet MtTnddcn at 123 pounds, and
ho la waiting to hnvo It covered.
Tho Diamond Head Athletic Club
will imvu two entries In tonight's skat
:t :t n
l'lnnnagnn, tho new catcher for tho
Malles, looks like ho might ho suino
iclntivo to Mcradden. lloth looks nnd
names hnvo a close resemblance.
1! it n
Allred Williams, tho crack II. A. C.
shortstop, If getting his arm In Una
shape for the coming hall season.
n : ::
Tho V. SI. C. A. basketball tournoj
will boon begin.
Willie Itoth has been given thu Alo
under Tennis Cup.
n si ss
Nelson g waiting fur his $250 to ha
cnteicd. Slcl'iiildcn will ho compelled
lu licnow money on hlu iuutumico pul
ley to cover ibis amount.
ii t: it
- 'The II. A.-C. mid Slallo baseball
leuint played n practice ganio of ball
on tho Slnklkl lot yesterday. Tho II.
A. C.'f had n shade tho best nf tho ar
gument. it ii it
llatney Joy was out warming up last
evening mid from tho wny ho unhook
ed u few ho seems to hnvo retained all
of his old-time speed.
ts ss ss
Rhcldou Is showing up well ut sec
ond lor tho Sialics.
SS St ss
The Knm. School hoys, nro making
preparations to begin baseball pine
the. Hppwnod anil Hall wll (oath
tho lenni, Onhu College will have u
ilechicd lead as far as prnctlcu ts con
31 tt SS
llrngs of Oahtt College In catching
a good game.
It tt it
The Tenth Infantry will bo well top.
ictented lu tho l.enguu thin season.
nvnNivo nfu.r.TiN.HONoiAi.i'. t. ti . wr.nNr.snAY. apuii. n. um
Three of their players will bo seen In
I'unclmtt suits and two will he with
t: n n
livers litis been released from Puna
lion and wilt again appear nt short fix
Tlio annual election of officers was
held nt the Pacific Tennis Club last
evening nnd the following officers!
wcro named for the e.ir 1900:
President, 0. P. Wilder: vice presi
dent, I. 1. Dllllnghnni; secretary mid
ttear.urer, W. P. Itoth; superintendent,
B. O Wilder.
W. V. Dllllnghnni. W. II. llabbllt and
H. II. Derby were appointed ns dele
gates to the nnnitnl meeting of the Ha
wnllan Tennis Association, to be held
at noon todaj'.
Innsmucli ns It would be good prae
tic nnd get the players In shape for
the championship events, It wan dc
tided to hold n tournament before Hie
meet. The dnlo will probably ho
The National Ilnsphnll Association
or the Pulled Stnten ling n member
ship of 2.10 clubs and employs 150
players, who draw down about (i',2.1,000
Professional baseball calls for tho
payment of over $3.(100.(100 In salnrlea
every year. The railroads ge: $1.000,.
000 yemly from nil tbh ball clubn
A baseball franchise Is by no men nn
n illlllciilt mailer to. obtain. Clubs
change linn Is often. It was recently
thnt the Chicago National League
flub passed from the control of Pien.
blent ,1ns. A. Hurt to Mr. Tafl of -ho
Cincinnati Tlmes-Rlar nt n figure said
to lmo been $100,000, whlih Is n re
ninthahly small umoinit for nn Invc-it-inent
with such Hiiro nnd large r-liim.-
This club cleared JSO.oO't last
senkon ami should e.iHlly be wot tit
Various rK(lmn(es have beep made
nf the value of nulomobllen lu Massa
clitiscittn. but. Ihungli ,t))e lllghwny
Commissioners huv, at .pand tho best
tnnttilnl for niaklii(,','He.li mi estimate.
It would be almost Ui, c,iidlv.ss task to
go tlitongb nl),", the niiplleatliins nnd
llnd tho price, a,iid present vni'uo of ev
ery mat bine' V If there) nro 12.000 au
tomobiles under registration In JMnssa
(hurotts nnd they nre valued nl..$1500
euelt op nn average, which Is proliahly
loo low, (hen It Is easy to estimate tho
folnl valuation of the machines nt
$18,000,00(1. It Is likely, however. If
tho Vnluo wero correctly ascertained.
It would bo found to he In excess uf
V " :t ,:
The Automobile Club of America
will offer prizes tor new automobile
devices mid Improvements. A board
I of governors has appointed a comml -
leo which will determine, tho prize
winners, nnd the condition of tho com
petition. Prizes will be awarded lo
tboso who show the best Improve
ments on cmburctors, nutomatle start
ing nnd null skidding devices mid ne
cessities of n similar nature. Last year
n Krcnchmnn often d a prize fur the
best automatic starting device, which
In a manner was tho Incentive for the
Automobile Club of America to ar
range u prize contest.
SPORTS OF ALL SORTS
Prospecting through tho rugged hills
or Nevada In n big automobile, will ho
tho novel experience of Ocorgu Ilarl
lett of Tonopah dm lug the coming
summer It would be hard to tell
which gives Ilartlcti tho most pleas
ure, motoring or mining, for he en
joys both. Ho declares that If ho
could not i opiate, bis machine for a
new one, bo would not tnko n gold
inlno for It.
SS SS ss
Oeorgo II. Hutlon. who has Just ar
rived In Now York from Paris, whero
ho hns made. IiIh homo far several
years, that Iho doclslnn of tho Kronch
court b prohibiting belling n connec
tion with billiard playing has practi
cally killed that game In I'nrln. Hut-
ton U n professional bllllnrd player,
nnil Is now In New York to tako part
In n tournament.
tt tt it
.Much luteiest Is being taken by stu
dents, in caitroinin In thu annual Inter
collegiate icgnltu, which will lu held
over I bo Hniisalllo court. a Apt II 28, Dan
Murphy is tunning tho Hlnnford men
who mo working bard with consldut
nhlo confidence of success.
ii Si ii
President K. V. Hurt of tho Coast
llnsebnll League has appointed Jim
.McDonald, Phil Knell nnd "Hull Per
rlno ns umpires for this season. Mc
Donald hns been idck during tho win
ter, but has icgnlned his health, and
Is now lu good trim for seivlee. Phil
Knell Is ono of the most popular twirl
cm on tho diamond, hut In the capac
ity uf umpire It Is feared ho will Inso
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r.Miiu i, i iiiu iu.u, ihul nua iiui-u en-
foyed by him In other capacities.
SS SS St
Itlchard Coombos, president of the
Now Hciutli Wales Amateur Athletic
Association, and editor of tho 'Itefei
co," hns given lu n leller to H.m Krnti
clseo Homo Interesting notes concern
Imr men who will renresent Anstrntln
1 In tho Olympic contents, to bo held In
io m hie io
Tho Hulletln finds It necessary
tn establish n now rulo In con-
nectlon with tho nulomoblto con-
A change In the 'delivery of a
paper from thb person now re-
S celvlng It to another of the same !
-t- family cannot be accepted at a 4
3- new subscriber, nor will an addl.
' tlonal paper tent to a person al-
ready receiving the paper be ae-
cepted at a new subscriber, 4
Thu Hulletln linn been very
S careful that tliero shall bo nbso-
Into fair piny In dealing with tho
contestants. It must nlso seo
that tho contestants nro equally
4- straightforward In their rclntlons
with tho pnpor. Tho matter Is
brought early to tho nttcntlon of
tho ninny pcoplo Interested In
order thnt tbero may bo no mis-
understanding as to what con-
stlttilcs n new subscriber.
4- -H- !
Athens, Tho following Is taken from
"Nigel llarkcr of tho University of
Sydney nnd (1. A. Whentley of Mel
bourne sailed about Iho middle of Keb
itinry for Athens. I bavo figured thnt
llarkcr may get beaten over 100 me
ters by Englishman Morton or one) of
jour American chops, Pareons or
llnlin, but I reckon our man nil! beat
nil opposition over 400 meters. I saw
hi in run bis -110 yards lu IS 1-2 sec
onds on a grass track, ami I tell you
he U icilhoi nt 100 meters. You enn
warn your men to look out for a stiff
proposition when they line up with
"In Whentley wo have a high-grade
half-mllcr. He ran the half nt Mel
bourne shortly before ho started In 1
mlncte r,t; seconds, mid he should go
closo lo nnnexlng the 800-meter even'
nt Athens, The ono ho hns to look
nut for. In my opinion. Is K. Cornwnl
lis of Oxford University.
"fleorge Illnke of .Melbourne In Just
nbout to leave ."or Athens, his special
mission being the Marathon race, lie
Is n sturdy fellow who has done well
over long stt etches of ttirf, hut has
ncer yet tried 20 1-1 miles, the dis
tance he will have In travel In Iho
Marathon. He will probably he no
compnulcd by Cecil llenly. our fnstesl
swimmer today and holder of many
recotds. . Wo certainly hope your
grent ernclc Daniels will bo nt Alliens
with bis 100-yard wiirld'H-iccnrd lion
ors thick upon him. If ho goes It Is
my cityiilou that llenly will outswlm
him nt nil dlstnnces from twenty-live
ynnli. up to 220 ynrils."
E 10 II
ON HID III1K
A ten and twenty-minute car service
will commence uu tho I.llllm. Hotel,
Uerellmla street mid Wnlnlao road
ilncs April in, according to plana tiiadi
yestentay by tho Hoard of Ulterior of
tlm Honolulu ltnpld Transit & I .and
Cars for UIvct street will leave Wy
lllc itreot every ten minutes ns nt pres
ent, the alternate cars running through
lo Wnlalao nnd tho other cars running
only ns far ns the Itlvcr street switch
Close eouucctlons will be tnado by, In
bound cats on Llllhn street with In
bound cars on King sheet nt tho foot
of tho former sttcct, and outbound cars
on King street will make close cornier
tlong ut tho same place wltti outbound
ears on I.lllha street, livery other cur
on I.llllm ctrect will go by wny of Hern
ial! la nnd Hotel streets to Wnlalao bj
way of I'awua Junetlon. Inbound ruiv
nt the latter plaro will in rive three
minutes In odvaiire of inbound King
street cars and tho outbound cars wilt
airl.'c three, minutes later than the
King street cars.
Until tho big reservoir now being
built lu Nuiianti valley has been com
pleted n water famine Is threatened,
and even now tho two reservoirs In
that valley nre empty. Tn meet tho de
mands a lire engine has been put to
work pumping water nt Pllkol street
nnd Wilder nvenue.
lu tho lower levels there Is not much.
Immediate trouble threatened for want
of wnter, but on tho higher elevation
tho scarcity Is nltendy earning com
plaint. Owing to Iho shortage of wnter
In the (iovernment reservoirs, Collcgti
Hills nnd Manna hive been romicrtcd
with th" Oalin Cnllcpn pumping plaut.
Homo (initials believe (lint Iho scarc
ity uf water will heiouiu u seilous mat
tcr un I esH inln fulls In tho near future.
. n effort Is being undo lo get wntet
users tn bo oconomle.il with It, espec
ially lu sprinkling lawns.
ray'Tor Rent" cards on tale at
the Bulletin office.
o OF o
FI0HHET8, TWINE AND DRONZC
Wine CLOTH AT
A. FEKNANOEZ & SON,
Not. 44-50 King St., Kattey Dlock, bet.
Nuuanu and Omlth 8ts.; Tel. Main 189.
J. M. Davis
SEWINO. MACHINE REPAIRER.
1250 FORT 8T. near DERETANIA.
8e vlng machines rented, $2.50 per
A machine cleaned and put In or
''i?iiiimifcilri nf r
Of Hawaii For 1906
The $5oo Ocean Yacht Race Trophy
The Beautiful White Rock Golf Cup
The BULLETIN S $2000 Prize List
Consisting of a $1400 Reo Touring Car; a
$350 Krocger Piano; a $5000 Insurance
Policy; a Silver Punchbowl; a Sewing Ma
chine; a Store Order; a Winchester Rifle; a set
of Golf Clubs and Leather Bag; a Suit Case;
a Kodak Developing Machine,
The winner of the ocean race cup will demonttrate the tktll of hit
crew and the fine model of hit yacht; the winner of the nolf trophy will te.
cure the prize by good playing and ttrady nerve; but the finest prize of all
The Bulletin's Touring Car, will bo a test of personal popularity that will
establlth the reputation of the winner for the next twenty-tive yean. Every
one still remembers that Capt. Slmerson of the Island fleet, won Tho Uullc
tln't Dlnoculart; that Jim Gorman won the diamond ring; that the Kohala
Club won the Pope-Trlbuno Runabout, but all these prizes put together do
not equal In value the first prlzo In the pretent contest the Splendid Reo.
Thlt it not only a business enterprise of The Bulletin's, but It a splendid
opportunity presented to the peoplo of Hawaii. Doth old and new subscrib
ers are entitled to votes which may be turned In for any person the holder
THE FIRST PRIZE It a Reo Touring Car complete. The Reo It the
1906 standard of Utilized Power; 16 horsepower, 1500 poundt, teatlng five
people, speed 35 miles per hour, prlco Hl-lOO. Invented and built by R.
E. Oldt, the forcmoit designer and builder of gasoline motor cart In the
United States. The Von Hamm-Young Co, It agent for, thlt car, and their ex
perience with many makes of autot it a sufficient guarantee that they will
not handle any but high-grade SUCCESSFUL automobiles.
THE SECOND PRIZE It a handsome Kroeger Piano, from the well
known Island firm, The Dergttrom Music Co., who have handled this make
of piano since 1S95, and hundreds of people In tho Territory bear tettimony
to Itt fine tone, splendid workmanship and lasting qualities.
THE THIRD PRIZE It a $5000 Insuraneo Policy Issued by the Con
tinental Catualty Co., of Chicago, The Henry Waterhouie Trust Co. are the
FOURTH PRIZE It a Silver Punchbowl from the Jewelry ettabllthment
of M. R. Counter, Fort street.
FIFTH PRIZE A g.1.0 Store Order, Ittued by The Bulletin Publlthlnn
SIXTH PRIZE A Domeetlc Sewing Machine from The Von Hamm
8EVENTH PRIZE A. D. O. I. Sole Leather Golf Dag and a tet of Willis
Parke clubt, from the sporting goodt department of C. O. Hall & Son.
EIGHTH PRIZE A Winchester Repeating Rlflo from the tportlng goodt
store of Woodt &. Sheldon.
fUNTH PRIZE A Gold Mounted, Sole Leather Suit Cate from The Von
TENTH PRIZE A Kodak Devoloptng Machine from the Honolulu Pho
to Supply Co. ' . N "
The ten prizes are the high-water mark of merit, value, tone and use
fulness In the Territory of Hawaii, The winning of them It a question of.
votes and the Voter may' bn had under the following conditions! . '
Rules of the Contest
The conceit opened Thursday, February 1, and will close at G o'clock p.
m. Juno 10, 1900, ,,'..
WHO MAY ENTER.
Anyone may enter except pertont or anyone In the Immediate family of
nny perton Ini the' regular employ of The Bulletin Pub. Co., Ltd.
During thlt contest a new subscriber will be understood to be any ner-
ton who has not been regularly served with The Dally or Weekly Bulletin
forlhlrty days prior to February 1, 130C, Trantfers from one member of a
nouicnoia to anotner win not be allowed, and all names banded In at NEW
mutt be subject to Investigation befo'o votes aro allowed.
THE FINAL COUNT.
The final count will be made by three Judges, selected from among those
havlno no Intetest In The Bulletin and no active Interest In anv one of the
candidates. The vote will be announced by tho Judges and the prlzet award
ed according to their flndlngo, there bslng NO APPEAL. Subscription ac- '
countt and everything pertaining to the contest will be open to their Inspection.
NO TRANSFER OF V0TE8.
Only one name can be written on
from one candidate to another will not
Schedule o? Vote Credits
In every cony of the Paper there will be orlnted a counon which belnn
properly filled out with the name of the party for whom It Is detlred to vote
and deposited with The Evening Bulletin WITHIN 3 WEEKS AFTER
THE DAY OF ISSUE, .will be credited at ONE VOTE. Additional voto
credits will be allowed at follows:
For each NEW SUBSCRIBER who hat not been regularly served with
Tho Evening Bulletin within a period of thirty dayt prior to tho first day
of February, 1901V If paid cath In advance, credits will be allowed, at follows:
Dally 1 year $8.00 3500
Dally, 6 months 4.00 1500
Dally, 3 months 2.00 760
Dally, 1 month 75 250
Weekly, 1 year 1.00 425
Weekly, 6 months 50 200
Cath payment! on all other aubtcrlotlons. either cavments In advaneo
or on account ot arrears, will receive
UUT NO VOTES WILL DE CUBDITED UPON SUMS LESS THAN HOC.
In other words, votet will be credited for cath Davments on renular sub
scriptions ao follows:
Dally, 1 year $8.00 3000
Dally, 6 months ., 4.00 1200
Daily, 3 months 2.00 COO
Dally, 1 month 75 200
Weekly, 1 year too 400
Weekly, 6 months 50 175
TODAY is tho day to get In; the first count will be announced Thurt
day. February 8. 1I)CC.
C. Q, YEE HOP & GO. 1
We always welcome a comparison of prlcet and an examlna- "
tlon of our fresh meat. This applies to our Meat. Business, on T
all of which our prices are as reasonable as Is consistent with
C the standard of quality, and strictly maintained In a most sank J
jZ ,ary condition.
; Telephone Order Department
s Patrons unable to visit our establishment are atsured expe. TrS
dltlous service and the tamo
chases made In perton.
TELEPHONE MAIN 251.
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V. SUGA SHOTEN
Wholosjilo S: Rotnll Uqunr Denlor,
Big Stock of Japanese nnd American Llquore. Banzai Saloon In connection.
PO0TOFFICE BOX 866.
anv ballot, and transfers of votet
vote coupons when payment It made,
careful attention at It given to pur- 3
N. KING STREET. ?
TELEPHONE MAIN 82.
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