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KVKS'tNO MUttt.Um, IIONOl.Wt.il. T II HATIIIHAV MAHCU W, IWT
Hawaiian Third Degree
Perfection Regular 5 p. m.
Rote Croix 7:30 p m.- Cere
mony ef the Llghtt.
Eatter Service Rote Croix
10 a. m.
Knights Templar 7 p. m.
All (siting members of Die
order nro cordlallv invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meeti every Monday erenlni at 7:10
la I. 0. O. H. Hall, Von street,
II It. IIENDIIV. Secretary.
C. A. SIMPSON, N. 0.
All vlaltlnc bro'.bera Tery cordially
MYSTIC LODOE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meet every Tuesday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P Hall, cor.
I'ort nnd lloretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
A. S. WKDIIUH, C C.
P. WALDItON, K. II. S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1. K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening nt
K. of 1". Hall, cor. Port and Ilera-
tanla, at 7:30. Members of Mystic
Lodge No. 2, Win. McKlntey Lodgo
No. 8, and visiting brothers cordial
It. OOSUNQ, C. C.
yf " A. S. KKNWAY, K. IL S.
HONOLULU LODGE 816, D. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 016, D. P. 0. E.,
will meet In their hall on King near
tvjrt street every Friday evening.
By order of tho E. n.
IIAllIlY H. SIMPSON,
II. E. MURRAY, E.Il.
.Wm. M'KINLEY LODOE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets ovcry Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K of P. Hall, cor
Fort anil Deretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
L. II. WOLF, C. C.
E. A. JACODSON, K. R. 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
MmU on the 2nd and 4th WEDNE9
DAY evenings of each month at 7:10
clock In K, of P. Hall, King streM.
Visiting Eaglet are Invited If at
L. E. TOOMBY, President.
II. T. MOOUE, W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
iluy of each month In K of P. Hull.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
E. V. TODD, Sarhem.
A. E. MURPHY. C. i)f It
PAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets svery second and fourth Wed
iDMday of each month at San An.onlo
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
,vltd to attend.
F. W. WEED, Pres.
E. V. TOUD, Secy.
t "Some Storekeepers
think the only way to in
crease profits is to increase
gross sales. Some try to do
it by cutting down running
We can show you a store
system that will give you a
greater profit this year on
the same amount of busi
ness as you did last year.
We can show you another
system that will increase
both your gross sales and
percentage of profit. Call
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co,
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY.
Office hours Week days, till S p.m.;
Sundays by appointment.
F. L. FERGUSON, D. D. 8., Manager.
HOTEL 8T.topp. Union, Arlington blk.
MECHANICAL SHOE SHOP.
Shoes Made io Fit Any Deformity.
18 HOTEL, betw. NUUANU and
' BETHEL STS.
Wank hooks of nil Hurts, lodgers,
' etc. manufactured liy tho lliillotlu I'uli
iSHF"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office,
r ttAh jSttWaf ,,. ...
"Belle of Jefferson."
bottled in bond under super
vision of the U. S. GOVERN
MENT The purest whisky
obtainable Insist that your
dealer supplies it or call up
King and Bethel Sts.
Evaporation OS Milk
The successful evaporation of
milk and cream requires that the
milk be produced under the best
hygienic conditions and from the
purest and most wholesome food.
Is the product of
healthy Pacific Coast
cows, fed on selected
pasturage and rations,
and milked In cleanly
get a rich, pure nllk,
wh'feh Is Immediately
Every can Is unl
form, and you, can al
ways depend upon Its
In milking brenil, it ou into Carnation
Crcnin Instead of water, tlie'brcad w)ll
have n richer flavor and ht;;lcr nutri
HENRY M4Y & CO., LTD.,
Phtne Main 22.
A PERFECT DEFENCE
Tor 14 years this roof
ing has been on the mar
ket. It is the first pre
pared roofing ever made,
and none of its many im
itations can in any way
equal it. This roofing is
odorless and elastic, wea
ther and acid proof and
the most economical pre
paration you can pur
177 S. KINO ST.
HAVE A DISH
OF LUSCIOUS BERRIES.
BLACK AND BED
Wc have received these ber
ries from Oregon, the home of
berries, They are put up in
their own juice in 2 1-2 lb
tins, losing thereby none of
their natural flavor. We are
offering them for the first
time and the verdict every
where is "gieat".
HENRY MAYS CO, Ltd,
some Hawaiian Records for your
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE
And we have a choice lot.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
Odd Fellow Building,
L t.j'tftn 2jjV
LOCAL AND (HiNliKAL
BULLETIN WANT ADS, pay be
1 came the people who want things
i trad them.
' I'AtHtlM (Mil rtwincd at Hip Cilul
1 lint cup of eorfro In the ilty Ne
I Hnriaml llokery
Atokamler Young was among Hi"
A kidv's umbrellA was lost Howard
Inr letiiin of nunc In Mils olllie
J T MH'riHwon n among iIip
KIiihu's isiwenpers nrilvlng toda
I I A Wlrkett returned Ibis mom-
ms; 1 1 oin a business trip to llawnll
Meeting of Win. MrKlnlc) Widge No.
S, K of V tonight Work In the Page
llilp the work of the District Nuixo
along ti attending tbc fair nt I'alauia
Settlement Anrll 7
There Is mi liccr In the world as Rood
and as pure as Uudwelncr Ilackrrid
& Co. wholesale agents .
The schooner II C Wright, dipt.
Ncllson, fniin San Francisco, Is In Ma-
liukona dlscharrlug cargo.
AMoincv H M llallou was milling
the iiasseiiKCrs to return from Hawaii
on the Klnnii this inorii-ng.
The Tax Office will remain -open
until 0 o'clock tonight to accommo
I'resh assortment of bojs' wash
Milts In sailor and Russian eltccts nt
Whitney & Marsh's.
The schooner O. M Kellogg arrived
in llllo from Eureka last Wednesday
A fast passage with fine weather U
At the residence of Mrs. Schutte. 791
Young Sstreet, Morgan "III conduct
an auction Kile on Monda), April 1,
nt 10 o'clock
Hon. II. I Ilaldwln came in thb
morning on the Klnau on a short bus
iness trip. He was accompanied by
Mrs. llaldwlu nnd Miss C. M. llaldwlu
The case against It. W. Condon, who
was charged with nssault nnd battery
un n policeman, was today nolle
pronged liy .liulgu Ilolilnson
Walktkl Inn is now owned by W. C.
ilergin. Accommodations, supplies
r.nd attendance absolutely first class.
I'lnest bathing on tho bench.
"Arabic" keeps Iron roofs free from
rust and purifies rain water. Qlvo it
a trial and be convinced. California
Feed Co, .agents,
Purser W. W Jnrrctt of the Nllluiu
reports the following sugar on Kauai
2000; M. A. K., 30.239; Mcll,. 21.
1110. K l' 3930; I.. I'.. 13,000. M. S.
Co.. 13D.000; O. k lt 17,019.
F I). I.linamil mid .Maria Ikcolc, who
were held by tho United States Com
missioner to the Urand Jury on the
cliurge of adultery, were today re
leased on ball of S1000 each.
Thfc prow-rutlon completed the In
troduction of evleloiuu In the Ahrciix
arson uise this niorntiig. The case Is
being .ontlnucd this afternoon, the de
fense putting on its witnesses.
The following freight arrived this
morning on the Klnau: 1ft IiiiikMoh
hides', 30 cords wood, 23 sacks lionet, 2
horses, 1ft hogs, ft irutes chickens, 10
.Hwa, 4 boxes eggs. 320 packages sun
dries. The Catholic Church of Our Uidy ot
the. Mount, Kalulanl (Knllhl-ukl) In
(ha'rgo of llcv. Father Clement. To
morrow, March 31st, F.aster Sunday,
11 a. in., mass, sermon, collection, Sun
Your sou or duughtcr may want to
lake up singing or the piano. If so be
sure and !iao them call on Mrs. Hodg
Min, opposite Central Union church.
She has had jcars of experience and
uses thu very best methods.
The Vathollc Chnrch of St, John tho
Il.iptlst Kallhl-w-acna, in charge ut
Hcv Father Clement. Tomorrow,
March 3Ut, lister Sunray, 8-30 ti. in.,
high mass, sermon, collection, .Sunday
M-liool, i p. in, Kosary.
Tho Territory Stables Co. nro again
at business, at their old stand with n
new manager. The best of livery on
hand nnd furnished upon short no
tice. The care ami iHiardlng of horse
guaranteed to be thu best nnd satisfac
Flora K. Crowd! has filed suit for
divorce from her husband, Clement C
Crowell, who, she alleges, lias for a
jcar past fulled to provide here with
the comforts and necessities of life.
Sho asks the court to give her tho cus
tody of their minor child, Harriet.
C. I'. Morse, tho American-Hawaiian
agent In this city, Is on n tour of In
spection of the facilities, for shipping
sugar on the Island of Kauai. This 1h
(ho first oltlclul trip made to Kitiiui i
Mr. Morse, and ns tho American-Hawaiian
ships will load sugar ut both
.Makawell and ICleele In tho future, ho
has n good deal of wuik to do. Ilu Is
expected back tomorrow.
Admiral Ilccktey, of the steamer Kl
nau, repoits the following sugur on
band' on Iluwuli: Olaa, $20,200; Wal
ukea, 22,000; Hawaii Mills, 10,500; Wal
nakii, 17,900; Ononiea, 11,000; I'epee
l.ea, 15,000; Hoiioimi, 15.076; Ilakal.iu,
n.OOO; Laupahoehoc, 18,000; Ookala,
9000; Kukuluii, 12,500; Huiiitikuu, 17,
500; l'auuliaii, 7,000; Honokaa, 10,000;
Kukiilhaele, 1700; llonuapo, 3CC3.
HILO AND HAWAII
IWVIIHIIU.U I.Wfll ruv II
I Sho Is one of the younger set wlntio
popularity docs not rest nlone upon
her beauty. Tor somo tlmn sho has
! been In HIIo'h telephone central of
fice and by her promptness In tho
cervlco has won tho friendship nf
many whom she has never scon.
Another llllo girl who will luno
the lieai ty support of her iiiauy
Mends Is Miss K'uulel Hnpal. Slio
Is u talented yoiiiiR inuslelan whoso
readlnebs to assist with local enter'
lulnnients has broiiKht hor a largo
nnd faMiiublu iiuiuulntanco.
Amont' other names mentioned urn
those of Miss S.ihVry of Huinakiiii and
Miss Iluttle of Koliala, Thoy both
have un extennho ncqualntnnce that
will Kite them thu loyal suppoit of
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlno
Qulletln gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
nMitehitiiMrtbtiuj, ,& gtikwudmk
has always been one of our chief
nims, Lowering the price by lower
ing the quality, and substituting, is
not our policy, The cut in quality is
always greater than the cut in price,
nnd the spectacle wearer is the loser.
There s mental samtactton lor you
in high qunlity of our goods.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING. FORT STREET
Over May & Co.
H. CULMAN MAKES GOOD JEWELRY
If it were not for the high quality and the greater value of
the II. C. (High Class) goods, H. CULMAN would not be the
leading manufacturer of HAWAIIAN ENAMELED SOUVENIR
I want every buyer to test the above statement by inspecting
my goods. To inspect and to compare thoroughly wiU convince
you that the
II. C. GOODS ARE THE LEADERS!
A Smoker's Four
Adelines Pulll, lOc
Rouuh 12 Id or, 5c
FITZPATRICK BROS., Distributor.
OWNERS OF AUTOMOBILES
THE "EVER READY"
Is The Dry Battery For You.
This battery has mere voltage, more amperage,
more life than any battery ever made. The Ever
Ready Dry Battery has set a standard for high grade
work, which has given it world-wide fame. .
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG GO,. LTD.,
HOUSE CONCLUDES LABORS
(Continued from Page 11
place, lu addition to doing his own
work. He had to lead reports, res
olutions, IiIIIh, etc., nnd then trans
late them into Hawaiian, as well as
translate tho speeches nnd remarks
of tho uiembois. Tho Interpreter Is
one of the busiest men lu the lloube
During the early part of the session
there wero n good many romurks ex
changed between members In Hawai
ian that were not translated Into Hu
gllsh, but of late this has been
changed and about tho only thing
that now goes untranslated Is thu
morning pru)cr of Chaplain I.ono.
PcrliapH the liaolo members don't
need praying for.
Rawlins, for the Conference Com
mittee, submitted u leport on Houso
Hill U-, I elating to prlvuto wuys and
water rights, and recommended that
tho bill puss with amendments agreed
upon by the committee. The leport
of the (ommltteo was adopted.
A lommunleation from Samuel
Dwlglit, piesldcnt of the Hawaiian
Relief Society, inviting thu uiciuhcis
of tho House to attend the luuu to
l,o glvpn ut llrower'H wharf tonight
at 7; 30 o'clock, was read. Tho com
munication was placed on 11 lo and
the Cluik dliected to extend tho
thanks of the Houso lo the Society,
Tim Kducatlon Committee report
ed on House Hill 138, establishing
the Hawaiian Miliary, providing for
Its ciiio and management, intiodiiced
by Hughes, and iccomnicnded Its
passage Thu repot t of the romiiill
tco was adopted,
The Uducutlon Commlttco report
ed on Senate 1111,1 119,
Nakall'kii IlilllidlU'eil a bill, lo des
ignate tin. pa of l.iboreiH engaged
In cousti acting or lepalrlug loads,
hildges or slieets, water woil.s or
other works, for tho Tciiltory of Hu-
ladjj Wilted t -uJU'. .VtVfti hHWi A. -..
Your libiary nreds one of our 20
volume Morocco editions of
The history, litciature, nnd influ
ence of the drama is interestingly set
forth in these books. And hundreds
of beautiful illustrations add lo their
I Alfred Bates of Trinity College,
I England, is the editor-in-chief,
t Sold on easy pay'ts.
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
HOTEL STREET opp. UNION.
The Weekly Edition of the evening
Bulletin Q.vea a eomplaU summary of
the news of the day.
1064 Fort St.
CURIOS AND JEWELRY.
wall or for any political subdivision
thereof, l'asscd llrst reading. Tho
bill Is similar to the one recently
vetoed by the Governor.
The Judiciary Committee reported
favorably on Senate Hill 73, extend
ing to thu Counties tho right of emi
Malioe wanted to know- fiom the
Judiciary Committee who would pay
for the uorvlc.es of thu appraisers who
placo valuation on land, ltnvviins
lopllcd that lu tho absence of n spo
cillc law, thu County Is lesponslblo
for tho payment of the appraisers.
Should tho commission loso Its cuso
tho plaintiff pays tho costs of court.
Muhou moved to postpouo consid
eration of tho bill until Monday.
Kiinlho moved to postpouo the bill
Indefinitely, us certain points which
he said uio iiithcr doubtful had not
been satisfactorily explained by
Chairman Rawlins of tho judiciary
Kuniho thought that this was n
laud-grabbing law, for tho reason
Hint tho coiuuilsslnucis could under
tho authority of tho law lako away
a portion of u man's kuleaiia. Ho
said that besides the laud-grabbing
it would cost tho poor man consider
able, lo employ lawyers to defend his
contention. It ho won, so much tho
bettor, but If ho lost, his land and
his pocket wore also wrecked.
Knlelopu, lu expiesslng his view",
raid that tho land owner is practi
cally cmnpollcd to give up his land
ut the flppiuisomcut by the hind ap
praiser whether ho liked It or not.
Ah a land-ownor Knlelopu did not
favor tho passage of this net and
moved to postpouo Indefinitely.
Raw Huh defended his bill again
mid said that the County should
Ml It ml on Its feel nnd support itself
without the aid of the Teiiltoilnl
liovcrumtnt. "Wo should uut ullorv
tHrftt. ' lie HtH, "1h rifthd at liilcyiiaf Ll IIJTL'I I llRfctrU
itmir of Hie Hiiprtllilemletil of I'ul.llr 1 3Hll TI IT W IR 1 CLUIUnll;
Wotks Hllll the rxpprliitioii nf gel
thiR Ills Mlputl This bill Is irop
1 1 IV a Cm lily lust Iff nnd should tint
be Indefinitely M lentil .
Hheldon pemnl to Ihlnk that Hie'
.... . . , i , , i
I'T 'irtlon Instmid of Indeflnltelyi
IxHlMinltiK lite bill
K.ileo iiRiced, ns usual, with Kli
nlho, A IIOAHT I'Olt llttHTAl'i:
Pall raid that the House uliinil I
not waste-basket n Rood bill like this,
The HtipmliMirs of the County of
tlahil, he said, lire spoken of as lie
111 ST illileltable "The Mnill Hoard ot
fuperxiwiis Is O, K., " said Tall,
"but the members of the Oahu Coun
ty Hoard of Hiipervlsurs have lo hear
on their shoulders the rhalrman of
that Hoard " Hero I'all called the
nttcntlon of the Oahu members to n
tnrtooii of members of Oahu County
with C Hustnce romfortubly seated
In tho rhnlr.
Knlaua said that the bill was not
t laiid-griibhliiR art. ns the final say
does not rest with the Hoard of Hu
pcnlKors, but the decision can be ap
pealed to the hlRbcst tribunal of tho
land He imned, therefore, to act
upon the bill right away.
Tho uuestlou of Indefinitely post-1-onliiK
the bill was put nnd lost. Ma-
hoe. Kniiiho, Kcoiill nnd Alawa ot-
cd In the nmrmatle. The motion to
pass the bill ns amended was put
and resulted In Its pnssaRe.
Senate Hill 4 I, relatliiK to the ex
emption from tnxatlon of property
lined In certain Industries, nunc up
for third readine. and the hill pass
ed, 23 a) es, 5 noes.
Sennte Clerk SavldRo Informed the
House that Scnnte Hill 30 had pass
ed third rending In that body.
A communication from Henry
Smith, clerk of the Judiciary Depart
ment, In response to the resolution
liitlodured by Knlelopu rclathe to
the Interpreter of the Circuit Court
of tho Klrst Judicial Circuit, as to
their citizenship, was received.
Smith said Hawaiian Interpreters
Hopkins and HccKley uro United
States citizens, while ChanR Kim
and (leo. nninda, respectively Chi
nese and Japanese Interpreters, aie
not. Chang Kim enmo hero when f
;cars of ago and tho latter, Yaniada,
when hut 9 years old
House Hill 101, authorizing and
piovldlng for thu m'liiufactiire,
inalntcnaiire, dlstrlhutior nnd sup
ply of electric Tight and iowcr with
in the District of Wnllul u and else
wliero on the Island anil County nf
Maul; House lllll 107, requiring the
Kiiprcmn Court to rcndqi' opinions to
the Legislature nnd to f'le Covcrnor,
which was referred to Uio Judiciary
Committee; House Hill 1G9, relating
to Judgments, executions nnd now
trials, which was referred to tho Ju
diciary Committee; Houso Hill I'll,
relating to tho licensing ot trust
companies, which was icfcricd to
' the Judiciary Committee, passed sec
House Hill IS, relating to nego
tiable Instruments mid establishing
n law uniform with the laws of other
Stales and Territories eaino up for
thiol reading, but wart deferred for
uctlou until Tuesday.
Ah there bus been an unusually great
demand for the hist shipment ot Rain
ier Hock lleer (The Hock that has
never, and will never, bo excelled on
this market) vvu find ourselves shoit
On April tho 1st, wo will receive n
large now shipment ot this "Sprints
Tonic" that will unnhlo us to tako
euro of "All Comers." Halulcr Dottling
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin g(ves a complete summary of
the news of the day.
For Want Colamn See Pie Six
Desirable, cool, niosqiiito-proof loom,
adjoining bath, electric light, etc.,
at 230 S. King St. bet. Alakea and
Richards Sts. , 3(iu4-2w
I-idy's umbrella, bllver handle. He
ward for leturn of same to this
Why not come out, then, in a
stylish spring suit!
We have a remarkably fine assort
ment of spring suitings for you to
choose from. Jealous as we are ot
our reputation, you arc sure to se
cure correct styles and a good fit.
W. W. Ahana & Col,
62 King 8L
PHONE GLUE 2741, P. O, Box CSt.
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I'u 1 1 Moon March 29th at 9:13 n. in.
Times of the tldo nro taken from
tho United Stntes Coast and tleodetlc
Huney Indies. .
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours
SO minutes slower than Orecnnlcli
time, being thnt of tho meridian of 1C7
degrees 30 minutes. The tlmo wlilstlu
blows nt 1:30 p. m., nhlch Is thu saiuii
ns Greenwich, 0 hours II minutes. Sun
nnd moon nro for local tlmo for tho
S-'nturdiy, Marrh .in.
Stmr. I.lkellke. Naopala, from Kal
nial.Hhal, r:2." a. in.
Stmr. Klnau, freeman, from llllo
and llawal Iports, !Ml.r, n. in.
Stmr. Nllhnii, Tbuniison, from Alin
liola, 9:40 n. in
Dr. bk. Ilclga, I'earsoii. fiom New
castle with coal for HIitIc, off J art 10
Schr. O. M. Kellogg. :i da)H tniiu
i:ure!in, arrived Mar. 27.
Schr. 11. C. Wright. NVIImiii, 21 da J
lrom Sun Francisco, nrrivul Mar. 21.
X K X Jt XI M X X JC iCK )t K iC X 3C l
Ji PA88ENQER8 It
ii Arrived X
h'XKXItXKAxmxK X X X X
Ter stmr. Klnau, from llllo and Ha- '
wall ports. Mar. 30. 8. 'M. HjIIoii, U
C. I.yiuan, J. T. McCrossun, .'. I), liug,
Mrs, W, i;. Young, and elilld, Miss
Mujo, Win. I.'. Young, Mrs. 11. 1. llald
wlu, Miss a M. Ilaldwln, T. Tsuehl
yiuna, Master Kedo, Miss Koira, Hon.
II. 1. Ilaldttln, C. K. Herrlck, I). Wag
oner, C. II. Kllzpatrlck. J. I.. Col.e,
Itcv. J. Tauaka. S. rillaulua, Mrs. S.
I. Malclun, John Malclua, Miss M. Mat
elua, Mrs. I.. II. McKosky, Adolili
Alrdc, G. J. I.uke, Mrs. O. J. Luke, I'".
A. Wlekett. fl. II. Williams. Dr. A. C.
f ViiTl. Alcxafiuei-A'ouiiR, Miss H. ltleh-
unison, Miss I. HIciiS.Vi!S A. .M.
Culver, II. G. Henderson, Phlilp-'tiJio.'.
A. T. It. Jucksou, ltev. A. V. Hoart'3,
Chos. -K. Notlcy, T. A. Iliiriiingham,
Mrs. a. II. Henry, Itcv. Sunt Soma, A
A. Wilson, II. C. Anderson, M. Melu
lyre. It. S. Johnston, Mrs. J. II. Wise
and Infant, Miss Muriel Wise, .Mltj
1.0) ec Wise, Miss H. Wise, 1 C xwh,
V It. Iiwrcy.
l'er stmr. Uliellke fiom Kniinnkakal,
C. H Hartwcll, U. L. Van Dine, Dr.
l'er itmr. Ke Alt Hon, from Kau.il.
l'ollco olflccr and six deck.
Oahu College, dormitories, I'unahu'i;
K. W Quint).
C. M. Cooke, stores, llcthcl and King;
Jas. Nott, Jr.
Ixivo Kstate, store, Kekaullko St;
C. I'. Morse, cottage. Klnau St.; K.
l- M. Swnnzy, outhouse, Mano.i lid.;
Gull. Farias, cottage, Kuuvvlhi School
ifoad; I'm nl; Santos.
K A Jaeolison, collage, l'ensacnla St.;
Sen Chan Co.
Standard Oil Co., warehouse, Iwllel;
San Yuen Kcc.
M. Olita, alterations in Progics
Ulock, foi Japanese Government.
A bchool census. Just completed
in New York shows thnt there are
CSS, 427 children attending schools,
in thnt city and that 05:1.485 per
sons between 4 and 18 years, tho
rrTiool age, live there.
Tho number of foreign-born chil
dren enrolled, 113,740, is more than
18 per cent, ot tho entire registra
tion ot tho schools.
I'lobably tho most startling thing
lu tho report Is tho statement that
out of 08,948 ihlldrcu, whoso c)es
were tested, 17,9,28 wero suffering
fiom defective sight,
Superintendent Maxwell, head ' of
tho School lloird, recommends that
Uio city supply ghisses to poor dill
ilrcn who cannot ufford to puiclinbo
NEW - TO-DAY
MONDAY, APRIL 1ST, 1007,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At tho residence of Mrs. Schutto,
yo, 791 Young Street, Household
furniture, consisting of:
I'm lor Table, Hockors, Chairs,
Lonngo, Pictures, Curtains,
Hugs, Intension Table,
Dining Chairs, Sideboard,
Ilefrlgerator, Safo, Glabswaie,
Crockery, Cooking Utensils,
Iron Beds, Springs, Muttiesues,
llui enus, Washstauds, t
One (las Range, Kle, '
JA8, F, MORGAN, ,
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