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KVKN1N0 IIULLBriN, HONOLULU, T. II . MONDAY. APItlt. IB. 1007.
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Votary I'ublie. 1'Irt.t ludlclal Circuit
AI'UII. 15. IUU7
It-luru the promotion Item to 11,6
$12,000 mailt Hi diictluu means a sit
back for Hawaii.
Judged from the spirit with wlili'i
tho Senatorial minority tomes back
at. tho medical bill, he spoke With 1 1 ill li
who Raid, ' When ou meddle with Sci
ence then s lull to inj ' .
When Cnmniiidorc Wiggins wi)it tho
Ohio pnsseiigfrs bad a good tlmo on
their return trip, there's no doubting
tho truth of It. He's the mau who act
td ns buffer for nil-the klcka.
Isn't It strange? Throughout the
mainland tho primary law serves the
interest nf tlio poor man Hero lu Ha
wall the) claim that Ihu poor man will
bo 'Jobbed' by it The ioor man of
Han all Is being misled.
Pais the I'rlmar law It loprescnls
n part promise on which the people
liuvu expressed their opinion. Tin
vote on Wcducsdn wilt Miow tlio pcu-
plo 'vliat memliers of tho Legislature,
can be depended upon to forward wv
Mcsilvo mt jsurcs to guarantee houuut
With a fnur-tciuu league for Hono
lulu ami .i Hague well organized for
Maul and Hawaii, tho bascbjll Ecasnu
of 1907 should bo n record brcakei foi
;,ood sport May each league play Itu
union tin (High and prosper. There's
no li.'ller gnino fo- the plajors mid tho
Lrovvd to share cveul) In tho pltasmo
Local option by jneclncU Is non
tense If the principle Is to be, adopt
id, let It apply to Counties or such
Miiallur municipal divisions as may bo
created Public millmcut keeps nil
loons out of certain dlstilcts. If pub
He sentiment does not make Kukaako
talooiis unpiolltnble, no permanent ma
Joilt) voto could bo tecurcd to keep
tho plnco dix
bTEAMER LINES AND HAWAII
"Height for tho lines that will pio
vide modem passenger bcrvleo" should
be tho text of Honolulu business men
In dealing wllh the nil Important sub
ject of hieiiiudilp lines, now anil old
'Mils position is nbbiilutel) fair to
(steamship operators and unavailable,
(torn a business btnndpolnt
Honolulu wants pashingcrti. It has
gone far enough lu llio promotion bus
iness to bo teitnln that tho people will
eciiiio If thoy tan ho le.iFonably suro ot
first clafcs iiccommodatlons uml icgu
larlty of hcivico Tho Ilullellii ciabsos
tlio unctitalutlti of gaining passugo on
through boats us an Irregularis ot
service mi far ns tho tourists uro con
Honolulu must offer Independent lo
cal steamers with first class ucconimo
rations IfMt expects to do a perma
nent mid btoudll) increasing business
'Willi tho people, looking for clliniua
uml nu iiljiervvlso pleasant plneo to
cpcul tho winter Dependent on tlio
through Btcumcr Hues thoso Islands
must foiover play u Mcond ilddlo. A
better local service, Is mandator) if
tourl.it biiBlneES Is to dovnlop
If it Is possible to open up nevy Jlnos
of ti ult? for t Ither frelgtit m pasben
t'lTH or holli, mi much the bettei. i
Our people, who command tho ft eight
eoiii.nntid lliu situation. TIkjj should
Use lliolr power to develop nil tlio I
steamship lines possible not to kill,
It tit llio (mo nil Important motto
jiliotiM In plastered on the wnll In tho
r"nr 'PP'f rooni. nu.l tl,0 metenn I
tlio office "Wo give our freight to llio
llnp" ',int recognize the passenger per '
vice nntl stippl) first clnns passenger
Keep this ill nilliil
It means the upbuilding of Hawaii In
more wan limn, one Ami It Oops not'
; mean nn Injun for nn Mcnincr lino)
i lion doing business with the Island f, or
1IQSUT0RS H MEET
St'pri Intivjident Dabbltt Inn called n
npeilnl meeting of ihe Iloird ot Pub
lic lnstriKtlon to meet this afternoon
at I o'rloek with Vic special commit
tees from the i louse and Senate The
matter ejf the appointment of Miss
llntllev ns principal of the I.alialiu
ithool will he no for discussion
Siititln) was the proudest day of
Jtipr.ptntntivo Palis life, when the
(Imernor of the Terrltorj and the
Governor nf. Mnul ' reviewed tho Na
tional Ouard riovcrnor Cnrter wns
nttlred In conventional afternoon dress
high lint. Hock oat. gloves, etc.
'fiovernnr' Pall was nlso attired In
afternoon (not conventional) dress
high hat (borrowed), frock coat wllh
exceedingly full skirts, brilliant tl
low gloves and enne He was n most
Imposing sight, .well calculated to
mak" Onvornor Cnrter Jealous,
P.ill Was evident!) determined that
In no imrtkul.tr should tho Territorial
Governor get the Utter of lilin Ho
watched Carter clo3ol nnd Imltnteil
cvir move made bv tho Chief Kxec-titlv-
There was only one thing in
which be had nn dllllculty. that was
in kcplng step wllh Ills i:cellenc
for whllo Pali Is u big iinn, Ms big
ness does not run to height, and Car
ter's legs are soniiivvhnt longed lliiiu
tlioio of tlio M.iul Uailer So, as tho
- rcoirnnlil by n lot of tosBot
lights, wnlked doun,llij long lino of
tohllers Mantling at order for Itispic
lion he had to watch llio pedal cv
Inmltlcs of flfivcrmlr Carter rather
ihuel) and crow -hop occasionally to
catch step t v
Hut Pall was tho observed of all o!-
rcrvrs tho admired of all, especially t
the ladles Someono pi onipt I jrf dub
bed him tho '(jovernor pt MnuC and
the nniiiu stuck. IJcnccforth ho will
ho no longer merely Philip Pall, Hep
iesi'iitatlv from Maul. Tho new
name fits so much better ' Wula la
lno Pall' ' ns miiiio ono In the crowd
jelled whcin Pall letnt'ued slho snlutij
of the Colonel ,
If there Is nil depattment nf tho
Real Estate Dep't.
JJeretania Street . -. $40.00
Nuuanu Valley $50.00
Thurston Avenue $40.00
Kinau Street $25.00
Peniacola Street $25.00
i-enwcoia street $30.00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
Jlanoa Valley $30.00
Waikiki , . . .$75.00
Thurston Avenue , $100.
Wilder Avenue $45.00
Bargains in real estate.
Foi a short time only. wev offer a
l'ouse at the Tcninsula. lot 100x150
House modern and well built, $3000.
Hcr.ry WaterhcusD Trust Co.. Ltd,,
Corner Fort aril Merchant Sts
We have marked our Purses and
Pocketbooks and everything In our
Leather Goods away down.
Vo have a nice line to select from.
CREPE PAPER, all shades.
SPORTING GOODS of all descrip
TOYS for Birthday nlfto always on
A Fine Line of PICTURES.
fThe Place To Go For Those Things.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
71, 73, 75 KINO ST.
)lf m SJWrowSvwwtTatgayMafTrr. '
Ci -i 1 BiiiiiiKL"K
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A GENEROUS BEAR
Wlicn the great earthquake and re-
Isultntit conflagration JuBt n car
r.go wrought such havoc In San rrnn
clsio, the stricken people turned with
emptj hands to the flro Insurnnco
companies for relief, confidently ex
pecting that In their hour of need tho
protection for which they had been
patiently paving through the pros
perous cars would bo promptly
forthcoming. Hut, nlnst disappoint
lnctn follovvod disaster! Tho compa
nies in many cnies wcro unequal to
the occasion, nnd In many othors un
willing to make good. Compromise
nnd repudiation were tho order ot
the day. At this crisis, prompted by
ii rnro senso of fairness and n com
mendable appreciation of obligation,
one company roso In Its great
strength nnd distributed $2,r,rm,291.
S3 nmohgst ItR pollc) holders, p.i)lng
their claims in ftilLnsldng no favors
nnd exacting no dhciumfft. And this
fair nnd generous action nt once
placed The California Insurnnco Co.
of Sin l'ranclsco nt tho very head of
tho list of popular and trustworthy
companies doing business In Califor
nia. This company now has nn agen
cy In Honolulu In tho oftlco of Trent
.t Co, nt 910 Tort Streot. It is pop
ularly Known as "Tho Company That
(iov eminent In which Representative
Joseph of Maul has not nt somo tlmo
lu his c.lreor worked It has not )ct
been discovered When tho salary ap
propriation bill was under consider.-!
tion this week, and tho Hem for the
pay of some olnelal who liapHnnitn
be n frit ml of tlio gentleman froiu
Mnul would come up, Joseph wclgjd
Jump to his feet and uiovo the salarr
be raised. "I know vvha,t I'm tnlklng
ilUoU- .Mr, Speaker, I used to bo J.lO-
Itur in that plnco, or eight months
nnd thlitevn da) a, and I know tliat
man Is a hanl worker.. He Just works
llkn n heaver; yt, sir. Ho takes dtls
coat otT, ho docs, and works nil day
And theii the IIoufp wbiibl com
plaisntitly give tho hard-working sen
nnt of tho iiconlo tho desired boost
It Is wonderful what nn industrious
lot of friends Joseph has. And ho
lookB out for his own. Ho's n pretty
pooti fellow generally.
Tho member of tho Legislature who
has talked most, Mild lem nnd nccom
PIIbIioiI least Is tho acnttcmnn from
Kohala, tho Irrcpressthlo ami Inlml
Knnlho alwajH talks on nny sub
ject nnd ho can mako moro nolso than
almost nny other member, and ho Is
nlwn)H tho Opposition. Ho Is consti
tutionally "agin tho Onvernmcnt"
mill ever)body else Ills strong point
is kicking, uml along that lino ho hni
n Missouri nlghtlngalo beaten n city
Kanlho is n,crand stand plnjcr. lib
alvva)s kceis n watchful e)e) on tho
gallery, nnd when It (Ills up'wllh spec
tators ho seizes 'on v some' vtilnt to
SEE THOSE NEW
45 inches wide and in the following
Price $1.50 yd.
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muko one ot his characteristic sK.cch
It makes little difference) to Knnllio
1 what nn body sns to or about him.
Last Wednesdny ho made nil amusing
mistake ns to what n bacteriologist
its Ho objected to the Item In the!
appropriation bill for the salary of tho j
aforesaid official on tho ground thnti
tho latter had not killed off nil the'
bugs lu Kanlho's tnro patch.
I UavvlliiR attempted to explain to the
i-ciitlcnian from Kohala thnl n bncte-
rioiogisi nns nutting to do with Dugs,
but Knnlho cnvnllerly told him to sit
down, nntl went ahead In his own
Later, after tho Item had been kill
ed by tho ridiculous argument of Pall
nnd tho llouco was discussing soni'j
thing else. Haw tins took occasion to
lunko tho explanation Knnlho had
before refused to listen to.
Kaulhn lay back In his chair whllo
Haw litis was talking and stnred va
cantly nt tho celling. When tho mem
ber from tho Fourth District had nil
irhed, Knnlho turned his head and
asked, "And why does tho gentleman
mnko that explanation?" Hnvv litis sntd
he merely wanted the gentleman from
Kohala to know that lie had not In
terrupted him In nny spirit of nntmos
ily, but merely to clear up a point
upon which ho saw Knnlho to bo mis
taken. "Well, what, difference does It
mnko7" Inquired Knnlho. "Wo'vo kill
eel tho Hem." And ho lay back again
In hU chair with n satisfied smirk Hint
was little less than maddening.
Kconll, tho silent member frcuii tin
wall, made a short speech tho other
day, tho first time ho had been on
his feet during tho present session,
nnd them was n decided stir in the
House Spectators and oven members
of tho House lenned toward their
neighbors to nsk who tho speaker was I
frit ttn liiil linnii tn nulnl nii.l nnnli.
i,-i,,. ,. , ih.t .i. .h.i , i,.,iilind voted to cut tho salary of tho I.I
attracted no attention nnd oven hi;
name, except ns
s nronoiinced bv tho
Clerk nt roll-call
. wns unknown.
Verily n little noise goes far towarl
making n big1 man
. r.ver)body knows'0" ""'. "" o-
Kanlho nnd Kalelopu.
Johnny Martin Is a Iobb)lst Also
he is the agent of the Anti-Saloon
league. Jolutny Ji,i8 made It part of
his duties to Keep u watchful eje on
the legislature, to t-ce that the law-
lilakc'is tako no action bf which ho
docs not npnrove lie keens Ihn nfori'-
F.ild eje directed especially at tho
I'Hbuscj' ,,,,, J
iisi .vionony -siounny .vianui wns
fleated(.ln tbittj-oart of thn-llottso ro
sc!rved'tor lolibyisls upectutyri nnd
others who June not the right to use
the jjroflx rj(V1r!iin
The procccMllusBjWcro quiet and mo
notonous rtottflng doing but the steady
boosting ot snUrlos. ' Johhnlc's mind
wandered. 'He'llreriini'-'iinl nf Prlmo
been And iPtt ho Blumbered and
'I ho Scrgcant-at-Arms hastened ag
itatedly down tho iiIbIo to awaken tho
suoier, who vtoh thus disturbing the
honornhlo dignity of (ho House.
' Johnnie M.atHii opened his c)cs
calmly. "Wnfani nsleeji?" ho asked.
"Yes," replied n nclghlior, "and whllo
vou were tho House pusscd tho liquor
"llio mean things." said Johnnie.
Theio is ono poor hill kicking around
tho IcgMntlvo halls that can find -no
ono to fnlher It. It Is an ordluunio to
define tho smoke nuisance uml provide
penalties ror tho violation of tho pro
visions of said bill.
Hvcry member of the Houso hns been
approached with n rccpiost to Introduce
It, but the) have nil refused. Not ono
of them would touch it with u ten-foot
pole. One member did Bay ho would
father tho poor thing, but ho had h
second thought nnd took to tho Um
Now tho bill has been imsfccd ulomr
lo tho Senate, and it Is reported that
Rcnntor Lane will mica ll under Ills
proleetlng wing. Several jwoplo are
woudeiiug who has xmoko consumers
The BU8INES8 MAN'S HANDV IN.
DEX, published In the 8iturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, judg
ments, building permit and real ci
tato transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 d P" month. Weekly Bulletin,
81 per year.
If so, .you will be Inter
ested In looking over our
complete stock of BABY
SUPPLIES. Just what Is
needed In Medicines, Trln
kets and Baby Foods.
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Work On Appropriations
Was Finished Saturday
45th Day Afternoon Session
The House on Saturday afternoon
finished work on the salary nppropria
Hon bill nnd It now goes to conference,
whero there Is n possibility Hint soinu
of tho ridiculous features pf It may bo
Several curious things we-ro elono nt
the end. Knlctopit su'Jreodcd In knock
ing out tlio Kood Commissioner and
Analyst, on tho ground that ho does
not go to tho jiol factories nnd analyze
the pol for bugs, and also that his
work of examining tho stomachs of
people suspected of having been pois
oned is useless. "What good does It
tlo to examlno a man's stomach after
Ihe Is dead?" ho wanted to know. "It
Would bo better to find the poison be
fore II kills him."
Knlctopii nlso mndo several nttneks
on the Hoard of Health, which ho hcU
esponslblo for miny Ills that trouble
tho community. r
jiv . uiu luteal nciH iii me ses
sion was the ono knocking out Ubrn
rian of Archives I.ydecker. Joseph
was tho man responsible for this.
L docker's nnine wns not mentioned
throughout, but tho grab of his offlce?
for Fomo other man wns evident
enough. Some dn)s before tho I (onto
l,rarl'!n from lB0.to $125 a month.
',U'L '" ,m"c" lo reconsider tins item,
i,,lc" wnB "Breed
to. Then Joseph
""v" '" ",0 Bn nr r
ords bo In
rerted to piako tho Item rend, "Salary
pf Librarian and Translator of AiHi.
Tho Intent of this wns plain enough
I.) decker, while it competent nnd off.'
dent llhrnrl.-fu, cnniiot talk llawnlljn.
ami the move was merely n Job to get
the cjdlco for sonio fiend of Joseph's
It was successful, so far as tho Houso
was concerned. ,
When tho Hoyso In Commltteo of
tho Wholq resumed work on tho ap
propriation bill, the, matter of Interpre
ters In the Honolulu District Court was
taken up, not having been parsed upon
tho dny before. rtlco'B amendment to,
navo two interpreters at fflO each pais.
nice) moved to ctrlkonut tho Tortu
ijucsc, Japanese and Hawaiian Inter
preters. Tho mptlons carried and tho
Items wero stricken out.
On motion of Knlelopii, tho notion
taken on tho Hem for salary tit secrej
tnry nnd registrar, Hoard of Health
was reconsidered! and Kalelopu nsketl
that three Items bo Inserted: Regis
trar General 1130, clerk 1100, clerk
SO. Kalelopu moved thou to strlko
cait tho general Item for clerks, ex
plaining that tho total for tho depart'
ment would not bo changed by tho
nctlon. Tho changes were made.
INSIUiCTOItS O. K.
Tho item of snlnry nf Inspectors,
ISJ ",(), which before had been cnuso ot
Fiich a vigorous fight, passed this tlmo
Tho nsslslant Inspector at Hllo was
given $50 Instcnd of (to ns in tho bill.
KAI.inOI'U KNOCKS OUT ANALYST,
Tho Item for Food Commissioner
and Anal) st, 17u, was taken up and
Rico stated that Secretary Atkinson
had received a telegram from Wash
ington to the effcet that tho Federal
Onvnrnment will tnko over tlio ofllec.
but it lu not stated when. Ho thought
tho Item had better bo left In, ns tho
Citivornment is sometimes pretty slow
about taking things ovor.
PnlJ objected. Kalelopu had expe
rienced a chango of henrt on this mat
ter innd favored It providing tho an
nljBt would visit tho pol factories and
corts but a very little more
than you used to nay for plat
cdwarc, but it will last a
We have a large stock of
all the late patterns.
NEW YORK PRICES
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ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL
THE ONLY TROPICAL HOTEL IN HONOLULU.
Meals served out of doors on large semi-circle verandas. The only
first-class hotel in Honolulu that serves on the American plan.
AMERICAN PLAN DINNER, $1.00.
Meals served American or European plan.
H. BEWS. Mgr.
A dance on arrival of Alameda o ccurring every three weeks.
analyze tho product to sec whether It, the piniago of Coney's bill nllovvlng
contains any bugs or not.
Coney explained that It is not tho
duty of tho nnal)ct to go around look -
ing for such things. It Is tho duty of
tho Hoard of Health to collect samples
I nil tako them to tho nnnl)st.
Kanlho lu one of his usual windy
speeches' seconded Fall's motion to
strlko tho Item out. Ills logical rca-
son wns that taro Is not properly pro-, A communication from tho Secretary
tared nt tho Knllhl no! factory. of tho Territory was rend regarding
Haw litis explained that when a man Filipino labor. Tho communication
dies of suspected iiolsontng It Is tho wni tho Secretnr)'s letter to the pies
utity oL the anal) st to examlno tho Idcnt of the Planters' Association. It
Etomnth to determine If poison Is pre tinted that -12 Filipino men, two worn
cut. en nnd ono child have been brought
Kalelopu, who had apparently had a hcio and that they have proved them-rclapi-e,
wanted lo know what Is tho f-elvei Industrious nnd law abiding, mil
uso of examining tho man's stomach there Is no renson why In time they
after ho Is dead. It would bo better to should not becomo good citizens. So
find tho iiolson before tho man dle-3 far the work Is cx'pcrlmentnl nnd noil1-
Ho matlo n vicious attack on tho itg can bo said lu regardito their vain?
Hoard of Health for allowing spoiled ns laborers.
food to bo told, nnd switched back nnd Tho Judiciary Commltteo reported
forth from nnn1)st to nonrd of on Iloiifo Hill 7fi totaling to redenip
Hcalth until It was hard to sa) wlmt.tlon of property told under mortgage,
ho was talking about. recommending that It bo tabled. Tho
A Aoto was taken, resulting In n tie. reimrt was adopted.
Tho sergeant nt-arms was sent after Tho namo committee reported favor
absent members, nntl while ho wni nbly on llout.0 Hill 202, renting lo tho
Bono Hughes' Improved tho opportunl- holding of real estate nnd corpoin'o
ly to deliver n fovv remarks on tho sub- Mock by banking corporations. Tho
Ject. "it Is tho poor people who will report wns ndopled.
surfer," hqsnlcl. "if you dlBpcnso with MUNICIPAL DILL
this ofllcch'"Th6 rich man enn tnkoj Tho Special County Committee re
enro of limself 'ported on I-nne's Senate bill 92, tho aiu-
VM'i nolso"nntl Knlclopu's logio(?) Jilclpnl bill, recommending that It pass
prevailed nnd dip Item was stricken wllh certain amendments. The report
outf , was adopted, the bill carried through
MOltE MONHY FOIl ASYLUM terond rending, nnd was jilted on
Kalelopu moved to mnko tho Insnno "10 order of the day for Tuesday.
As) linn $11,000 Instead of $29,7C0,ati In1 Sheldon presented n petition fiom
tho bill, Inserting Items to Itemize thoi''- ' Lucowlko prn.v Ing that ho bo til
nbovb sum. Carried. lovvcJ $1500 for damages resulting
Correa nioved'lo mako tho Item for j from certain of his laud being taken
clerical assistance. Auditing Depart-
ment J0.CCU In place of $1,000,
KALIIIOPU KILLS Mi:AT
Kalelopu continued his nttnek on
tho Hoard ot Health by moving to com
bine tlio item of milk nnd dairy In
rpector nnd that for meat Inspector,
making only ono offleo and pa) Ing tho
chlcer $175. Hu claimed tho Hoard Is
tr) Ing to create n now ofllco.
Kilclopu wns again successful nnd
tho changes pmposed by him wero
mndo. Ho sat back and smiled, com
placently. PILIKIA FOIt LYUi:CKi:il
Joseph had nn Inspiration. He
unveil to leconsitlcr tho Item for Li
brarian of Public Archives nnd to
mnko tho Hem lead Librarian nnd
Trunidutor or Public Archives, $150.
Hnwllns cxplaned that tho transla
tor in that case would have to know
Itiifalnn, French, (Icrninn, Swedish, Hn
glltdi, Hawaiian and a dozen or to
"Oh, wo don't enro an) thing for that
iiihblsh," snltl Joseph. "All wo want
U tho letters or our old kings."
And his amendment carried. Any
old thing would carry If It wero put In
Kanlho succeeded In his contention
that tho asststnnt engineers nt tho
itvvor station should not et moro
than their chlof, having tho Intler cut
down to $110 and tho assistants raised
to tho same figure. Kulco boosted tho
messenger bo)H In tho Secretary's of
fleo up to $50.
Tills was tlio last chango mndo. Tlio
committed roso nnd reported rtconi-
men ling tho passago of tho bill lu UJ
IIHALTII COMMlTTHi: HLT'OIITS
Conoy, for tho Health Cnmniltteo,
presented flvo reports, recommondlns
The Meal Department
OPENS AT, 0:30 a. m.
CLOSES AT 8 p. m.
Accommodations for larce narties
Inn keepers to hold the baggage! of
guestu for unpaid bills, tho exemption
, of Kalawao lesldents from taxation,
tho passage of the laundry bill, tho
assago nf Sheldon's bill requiring
Illmt horses bo tied when left on tho
public Btrcet and the passage of a bill
celling aside ground for n suitable btir
lal ground In Fnlolo valley.
"' lno ticivernnient. Ileferrttl to tlio
W BAND CONCERT X
X M X K W M K 51 it X W K)I It 3
A public band concert will bo given
this evening at 7:30, nt Kmiuu Square.
This Is the preigralu:
flrand Mart li "Nuptial' (new) .. .
, Warn Told
Chiiluet Solo "'Ihe Foiester" (new)
Onvotto 'Princess Mil)" (new) ...
(Irnnd .Selection "II Trov.ilore '.Vertli
Voi nl Hawaiian Soiigi..nr. Iiv Merger
Selection '"llio Star" (h) letpie-bt) .
Wallis "1001 Nights" StniiisM
Finale "llagiiti Ho" (novv).Wnldteufel
"The Star Spangled Uaiiuei."
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANOY IN
OFX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, elves a
coi.clse and complete retumo of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ment!!, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bdlletln,
756 Per month. Woekly Bulletin,
SI par ver
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