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nVKNINO Iimi.KTJN, ItONOI.UI.U, T 11 . TIHUlflDAY. MAR. II. Ifiofl.
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HnUlu Commandery Reu-
ulr, 3 p. m.
Ooonic Srcorfd Degree.
Li Aloha Chapter No. J Ren
All flatting members ot t li
Older are cordially UivlUri In
und nieolluK ot local lodge
UA4JMNY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
HeeU fVBiy b.iuduy cvontuB -'
3:8i to J. O. O ' Hall. Tort Stieet
E R, HENDilY. Sucivtul)
F. I Vv ll'KJS, N l).
All vLltlug u.-uttiei. very cordlall)
OAHU LOfltfK. Ho. 1, K, of P.
Meets every first nud tliltil Fri
day evening at ' :lu la " of ' Hnl1'
Miner fort und- ltaretanlu. Vlsltlutt
brotbare cordially Invited to attend.
l Jt Nl tIEVI. 0 I'.
It. GOSLING. K. It. 8.
HONOLULU L0D0E 610, B. P. 0. E.
flour. t,.u LudKo No. 610, 11. 1 O.
C trill uiett la tnclr Unit qu King
near Fori dlret every Frldny even
ing. b order ol thu 13. it .
HENRY O. UASTON,
.iu.UNY. E. It.
v7m MKlNLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Uctir ever) 2nd and 1th Saturday
OViuluK ut 7.3U o'clock In 1C. ot 1'.
Hall. -t,r. u'l "l Heiotanla Visit
ing umthoi-e cord 111 I y Invited to at
lead. F. II MiT.REW. C. C.
E. A. JACOIWKN. K. K. S.
K0N0LULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Ueuta on the 2nd and 4th WRD-
NBSDAY evenings of each montb at i
7,80 o'clock In K. of P. tlnll, corner
ttemunlu und Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles ure Invltod to ut
tend. W L. KUARi:, V7., Prist.
II. T. MOOIti:. Gecy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meett every first nnd third Thurs
day of each month at Knights ot
JPythlaa Hull. Visiting brothers cor
dially luvtted to attend.
C.KO. SAN'DICIISO.W Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
I W-n rT-f M---W-J...W-ltTllPflrg
Tho best assortment ever
shown iii fur city. STYLES
nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Ls&vo your oitier for n ho:
of Lennhnrdt's Candy, Fresh
Corner Ai'ng and Fort Streets.
SMBMUtC"-" Tirv tisiiiMiM-wi
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPHU J
5UPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Quien Sts., Honolulu.
Tel 410 Ileorge 0. Guild. Oen. Mgr.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING ai.d FAINTING.
Office : Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St. ; P. 0. Box 014.
UbnU books nr all sorts, ledgers
do., manufactured by tho llullatln
y LOOK TO THE B '
Wo Sell JOtl A
plant food Mint
Hilda life and vig
or to Fcrn, Vio
nnd Grass. This is
not an experiment
bnt a tried and
rt Sts. A
nOTEL NEAR UNION.
is written on every piece of
"1835" Silverware wo sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our guarantee goes with
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STHEBT
At a Discount
' arc jut t as easy to get as a good job
1 of painting at a cheap price. When
I do work I do It right not cheap.
Elite Bui'ding. Phone 397.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BO'lTON BLDG., FORT ST.
FOR YOUR VALENTINE
THE FLORIEST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
! 'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BERGIN, Proprietor.
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to office and
residence, RING UP 857,
Arctic Soda Water Works
12G3 Miller St
M. R. DE SA
185 editorial rooms -256 bUi
nets office. Thete are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Don't let time, duit and cockroaches
destroy the value ol unusual furni
ture! let a (Jul let In Want Ad sell
them (or you, '
A clean city means a healthy city.
Meet your mends at Boval Annex,
The Chinese Athletic Clitli moot
Tho ljrlllsh warship Caiiihilan In bo
IhK painted nnd cleaned generally.
I." yu aro looking for any ot your
friends go to tho "Two Jnclui" and
jou'll find them.
Take your eurrlago nr automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Mnnfg. Co., for
i.l-to dato repairs.
Since the dlluculty was pitched up,
tho Supervisors arc frequent callers nt
the omre of Major Kern.
Tho libel eimc of the Chinese Consul
ngnlust Chong Chock I.ni was sent up
to tho Circuit Court an tho defendant
demanded a Jury trial.
Have you cleaned your sidewalk
this morning? If not. whv not!
Mnjor i: Eveloth Wliialnw, U. S.
Army and Lighthouse Engineer, left
fur thu island of Molokal this morning
on the light limine tender Kukul.
The Quarterly Conveiitlrfn of the
Young People's Vnlon will he held
ut the Methodist Church on lVIdny
-enlng. Murc'h 12th, lttOy, ut seven
.1. l'ullerton hfid n clmrgo ot profan
ity withdrawn, and' one, ol drunken
nenB laid ugnltiKt him. lie wnH mulct
In the sum ot fourdollartt this morning
by .Indue Andrndu.
llritUli Consul Korater wan one of
the 11 rat callcra on Captain Vnughan
I.eueH of II. M. H. Cambrian yester
day morning. Toguthor tlioy paid an
oftlcl.il call on Oovernor Frenr.
John S. W'ulker's bonne caught fire
last evening through n dot llat-lron be
ing left, on tho floor by a Japanese
woman. The Maklki tiro rnr,lno was
inlckly on the spot and extinguished
the blaze. Not much damage was done
beyong alngctng a few articles of cloth
ing, SHOPPING NEWS
A running board nut of an automo
bile haB been lost. See ad.
Cleaning up e.v In Whllncy &.
Marsh' cost nun.- department next
One-piece milts values up to $22.uO
for tin GO, nt Whitney & Marsh's snlo
Poultry for nlo. Whlto. Erown nnd
Duff I eghorns, etc ; also eggs In lott
to suit. Club Stab!. Tel. 109.
Go to (lurroy'a Work Shop, for your
printing, developing and plcturo fram
ing. The finest work guaranteed In
ovury ense. Fort street, below King.
A new Spring assortment of neck
wear, vctllngH, and gloveR has just
been opened nt Jordan's. I.adleH who
uio Interested should see this splendid
stock ut onco. ,
Tho wireless telegraph Ih rapidly
taking thu place, of tho slower letter
for Inter-Island business communlcn
tlon, and tho time, is not far distant
when messages will bo regularly sent
to tho Coast.
Our Kddy Refrigerators aro built to
give the beat sorvlce of which a ro
frlgerRtor la capable. For efficiency1
economy nnd convenience, there is no
other equal to It. Theo. H. Davlos &
Co., Hardware, Department.
When you have ono of our conven
ient savings bankB at home, saving,
Instead of a prlvallon, becomes a pleas
ure. Savings accounts draw 4'4 per
cent Interest, compounded semi-annually.
Tho Ilnnk of Hawaii, Ltd.
Tho Supremo Court rendered a de
cision this morulug In the case of
Mary Kapola Kalclklnl vs. Albert
Watcrhouse, administrator estate of
A. Kiitthl, overruling tho exceptions.
The syllabus follows:
Kvldence; admissions against In
terest. An nccount book shown to
bo In the handwriting ot a deceased
person Is admissible In support of u
claim against his estate us an admis
sion ugulnst Interest.
Account; concurrent Jurisdiction
of Inw nnd equity. An action of as
sumpsit having beon brought at law,
It Is not a ground for nonsuit that It
Is founded on a long and .complicated
Limitations df actions; principal
and agent. In the absence of a de
mand, the statute ot limitations does
not begin to run In favor of a fidu
ciary agent. managing his principal's
estate until the death of ono party.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE MS,
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWM,
SUGAR NOT CHANGED
WAHHINOTO.V, l C. Miirrh 10 It Ih nnnotitiied tltht the tatlff
on augur will be tmi'liiiligeil In the uiw tnrlfT bill
ItEUBEN LLOYD IS DEAD
HAN FltANCIRCO Cnllf . Murcll 10 H(llli-tl l.loyil. fur mail) vr-ir
one of the lending lawyers of Han l-Vmirhco, and l'unt (Iriiml Mnsler of
the (Irnnd Kncuiupment, KnlghtH Teinplur of Atiierlcn, Is dead of rmici'i
lteulien II. I,lod was elected Djmity tlrand Muster of M.'iKons of
California nt the meeting of the (Iriiml Uulge held In Orlober, Itiu"; he
resigned from thl't Oflh-e In lOUK owing In lll-lieallh. Ho was appointed
a Park ComuiUBloner by Mayor Taylor
a i mtm m
TORNADO SPREADS DISASTER
tllllVlflPV Ark Mlireli 1 II -
....... a , ..,, - .j ...,- ,.u ,, . v, (..-
20(7 Injured In a tornuilo In this part of thu t:(te. Million1 ofViUilliiis
of damnga hv been "June to property. Ilundredu have beoti tendereil
homeless. The Governor has asked for aid for the Kiiflerenu
i i - . m
HOST)N, Masa., Mnrch 10. The It. F. Dlmock. which Win In colli
sion with tho steamship Horatio lllill, was cm-'esuhilly beuchu'd. No
IIvch were lost. The Hall was sunk. ,
FIVE INCHES IN
MONTQOMi:ttY. Ala. Murch 10. Five Inches of rain fell In thl3 re
gion In five hours. Thu streams lire all rising. Five pi-rwinn huo been
PREPARING FOR ROOSEVELT
MOUASSA, Kast Africa, Murch 10. tlrcnt preparations have been
begun to welcome former President Roosevelt on his nl rival.
ATLANTA, (la., Mnrch 10.--Ten persons wete killed b$" u tornado
which passed through hurt doing great damage to property.
Residents of Hawaii
PURPOSING to visit SEATTLE during the time of the
EXPOSITION, JUNE 1st TO OCTOBER 15th, will fiiid
it to their advantage ti call at the rooms pf the Hawaii
Promotion Committee and register in order that assistance
may be rendered them in securing desirable hotel accom
modation. Complete information as to Hotel Rates, Steamship and
Railway Fares on file.
Our Commission Wanls
To Know For
People of Hawaii who Intend visit
ing the Alaska-Yukon Exposition aro
requested to register their nnmes nt
tho Promotion Committee rooms nnd
also stato If possible at what time
they expect to visit tho exposition.
This request Is made by tho local
commission In order that It may de
termine when tho'largest number of
local people will be in Seattle, und
enable It to make plans for "Ha
waii Day" at the Falr.
Tho Commission hold n meeting
lust evening In the Promotion Com
mittee rooms and went over the plans
that are fast developing Into thu
realities of tho Hawaiian exhibit.
Clerrlt P. Wilder has been appoint
ed to take charge of the ferns and
palms for the Interior decoration of
the Hawaii buildings, get thu mate
rial, and put It In place. This Is'
right In Mr. Wlldcr's line, nnd he ls
sure to have an arrangement distinct
Mr. Knudsen, chairman of the
Commission, wljl leave for Heattlo
on April 17 and ronmlii nt the Im
position In charge of the Huwallan
building nnd gonernl administration.
Ono of his first duties will be to con
fer with the authorities on "Hawaii
bay," when this Territory will havu
a special day set apart for It.
Contmcts have been lot for tho fur
niture, all koa, to go Into tho Hawaii
building. Most of this has boon
done by Hopp & Co. The Mahogany
Lumber Company has supplied tho
material for the furnishing of tho
rooms where plnenpplo und coffee
will bo served. This furniture will
go to Seattle by the transport Dlx,
Bulling from here during the month
Speaking of tho progress of tho
work at the Exposition grounds I. A.
Nudeau, director general of the Ex
position, snld In n rccont interview;
"The grndlng, Installation of wa
ter', sewers, stoam, gas, olectriclty,
nnd nil underground work Is done.
Tho tiro station, emergency hospital,
jiower p!uut,nnd administration hull
dings ure Jn use, nnd the agriculture,
state fisheries, machinery, manufac
turers', mining, Oregon and Califor
nia State structures, auditorium, mu
sic temple, cascades, and geyser basin
"When we left Seattle the Arctic
I)rothThood, Forestry, Spokane
County, King County, Fisheries, IIIo-
In November, IU0T.
..Thirl v.flu.. iirniinin ur.. l.-llln.! K,,il
i J -
grnph, Aluskn, Hawaii, und Philip
pine bulldlngH were well under way,
us well ua tho tloverntnent llfe-s.iv-lug
station nud the good roads ex
hibit. Pluuii bnve Just been npprov
ed nnd work commented on the Che
hallo County building, dairy exhibit,
machinery annex, model school, mot
orboat palace, Truuspottutlon build
ing, Canadian Covernnienl building.
New York Statu building, and the
"Within u very few dnys wink will
begin on the athletic utndluiu, Amer
ican Woman's League, Ynklniu Coun
ty, Daughters of the American Revo
lution, Japanese Government, I.utlu
Ainericuii republics, Live Stock, Mil
ionic, Michigan, Missouri, I'tuh,
Idaho, Arizona, Iloo-lloo, Model Dai
ry nnd several buildings for the use
of fraternal, patriotic, und religious
(.octettes. Tho amusement fcutuies
are rapidly being Installed nnd thu
entile Pity Stieak Is a I he with build
ing operations. Exhibits ure being
offered In quantity and quality that
guarantee n largo nnd Instinctive ills
PEPEEKEO RAD GOOD
CROP LAST SEASON
Pepcekro Bugai Company too'- off a
crop of 768!l tons of sugar last i. -i.uvx
nn nu'rngu of over four ti.ns ti tho
actu. Manager James Wehtl'.-r's if
port rendu us follows;
The crop of lilflS overran oxpectu
thins. Rntooiiu of this crop t-ntuo up
very unevenly nnd thin nt ,.iu start,
but stooled out during the summer of
1907, tho Into anlvals developing Into
NEW - TO-DAY
FRIDAY EVENING, MAR. 12, 1909,
AT SEVEN O'CLOCK
Half Hour for Mutual Acquaintance
Praise Service.. .Led by Miss Moyer
Rev. A. A. Eberso.c
Prayer Mr. Rider
Offering Roll Call Music
Address, "The Victory of Faith". .
Dr. J. T. Jones
Presentation of Banner
. Musio Benediction
Ilsssssst-lrir4Wsss?sssKiK,l(CC?'''J','w "'' Vfaf?
IN FOREIQN PORTS
Thursday, March 11
SAN MtANt'ir.l'tl Ar.ln.' M . r i
M H Ph lade hen I li "7
That the mictionlng of liidi In
wholesuli loll b). Milne of a lommls
luii linikor'n license hits been snni
lloned hv Tiinnurur Cnnipbcll, w.m
the stntemeiit made this morning to
I II it I let I li reporter ,y l)i. Mltn
uiitlii, ptesldeut of the Hawaiian l-'IMi
Iiivcsllgntioji by the II u I 1 n 1 1 n
man dlscln-cd'the fai t that llsh Is be
ing hold dallv In wholesale lots by.
uieichnnlH holding no mictloueer's li
cense .and Hint apparently no effort
has ever been made to stop the pme
tlcu. The defo'iie la that only rriog
u I zed dealers are allowed tu bid, nud
that, In ((nu'eiiuea-e, only n coiuiiiIh
slon license Is neecsary. '
Mnjnr Kern i.t.iled thlii morning
that, u dally visitor to the I'lshtuar
liet, he hud repeatedly M-eii llsh auc
tioned off, hut supposed that Uio nue
tloneerH held Hie r.anie foim of 11
ii'lise us tlio-'e handling other Hues
lie said today Hint he wished )n
study the matter luiuftilly befoiu
taking uuy action. It Is'iot unlikely
that hu may eall Hlicrlh .luriutt into
Dr. Mltaiiiurn made tho following
statement this morning:
"Under the urinngeiiieiils made be
tween us (the Hawaiian I'lsheile,
Lid.), through our attoniev, A. L.
C. Atkinson, mill Tie.istirer C'niiipliell,
ue weie udvlseit that the llsh could
be sold ut auction on the strength of
the Imikur'H license. This only, how
ever, to the let.ill Inokeis; meaning
Ibeieby thosu who hae llsh stands
ut the llhhmuiket. No llsh Is sold to
those wlpi have no llsh stands In the
market. The number of the letall
brokers Is limited and none other Is
allowed to bid "
rHWING WILL BE
BACK HERE IN MAY
Rev. K. W. Tliwlng will leturu
from China In May.
It was reported this moiiilng that
the geutleliiun had leslgued bis posi
tion as head of tho Chinese .mission
heie. but the rumor wu:i dunlid by
Theodore Itlch.irils of tho Hawaiian
"The icport that Mr. Thwlng has
leslgued hla position an head ot the
Chinese Mission heie Is not loneit,"
said Richards, "lie went to China on
n leave of absence, nnd ner slnco
then I huo been lecelvlng letters
Oeiiornl Wecloii lelecls sltifoi- new
urmy headquarters:, end of Vim Ness
heavy Julcu ciiiiuh
Plnnt piomlyoil well ut the kluit and
made good ut tho llntrh.
Tho raloous of the l.i'"J cip nine
up evenly und close In thu s'und, eon
hcqucntly theie has beon no oimi!Ihk
und the canes uru morn Hlemler al
though iimi i. numerous than llio.te of
last year. On the upper Iambi tin y
lack length lining In the wet old
summer or lUils. The growth dl.l not
stilku thoho upper lauds till Notumhei
which was the only luaso-.ahly ilrj
month In thu vear Thu rut toons have
iiepi on growing unit arc In lull igor
ot giovvlli now,
'Hie plant Is u close, stui.d with a
good length of nine.
The renewal of the lease of hv K in
p.ikucu lemnaut gives us abou (me
liimdied ucies moio In ciop tor PHD
than wo had In 1U0S. Tho phm on ilil,.
leased laud nud 1)0 acres nl'.UKsldc ut
thu uppper end or Mukahainlo.i had u
haul tlmu with thu cold raliiv season
Thu eano mailu very slow growth hut
Is elosu und healthy und with n eiuder
n tidy dry. vt nrm siiiiimer could sllll
iniiko a decent ciop. 'I'ho lower lands
lather benellttod by thy rains nn I on
thete the plant und lalonn me well
lorwaid. AiIiIIIIoiih havu Von made
In the sugar loom und lau."ug w.iro
liniuu. Tho old men as vp1I as tho
now, lit both i-ises lias been laid v.lih
ioiicicIo und Honied over, wi'li louguv
und gi novo In tho sugar loom, and 2x12
In thu warehouse.
A now stable Is to bo hunt at the
Andrnde camp ;o taku tin of 1 1 , , -teams
whllo working nuiu!-i or this
point, thereby bavlng them four milts
Considerable permanent I'ui.ie lies
been tenoned during tho vear and
moiu of It will hnvo to be nttended to
ut tho closo or the grinding r.e: son.
Thu desired effect hug resulted from
having tho slmeki-eiior live , t Itr
hIoio, theiu having been no moiu at
I'liur-idnv Mann II
Stnir Clnuilllio Hi ii k li. troiu llllo
hi I Maul ports, IS li ii m.
.: . .j.
tliltil. W.. (I. Jlnll.
Kauai, fl p in.
PASSENGERS ARRIVED i
V, ,. . J, .;.
' iVr'Vlmr. Cl.i'l line, Ucuiieti, finui
Mllo .mil Mnnl potts. Mar. II-It. Ir
win J. .lie Colin. Mrs. H. Kainapeln, I.
V llilln. . M. Unwotl nif'l child, M
I It I'orTflru und child MK, A Souzn.
I Vlss T Nillii-V F A Alexander and
I wire Mhi A. Li.ih-ny. K. II iialley.
"ClfriK S'mllb San Tokl. Mrs. W. P.
Wulw.i'o e .iiul elilld. Mil. .1 it 1 1 llo.en,
Mis. M. K. Kioholiilole. Miss Allr.)
Kit. Mlsii T Sllwi and V, deck.
"' Till: CI.AimiNi:. rrtuinltig thh
incinltu; from lllo mil Maul pmts,
b'lmgl.l ng her ' rjro 32 coids woods.
IS Iniieln wine 1!2 i-isj.i pliieapphM,
It hiiRa,-r.fl oiniilv hit tu 03 vae'rfages
copIHT nud brar.H. Oi! nel-nges empty
bottlea 137 prcisngo- Btindrles.
Till? LltJHTflOllHi: lender Kh'xiiI.
Cnptaln .lohson, nhreli wnt-.' oxpected
In sail for Molokal this morulug, will
not leave until nMer the vvealhor Is
Till! STCAMEIt W (1. Hall will
I'-.iie Ihlx nfturnoon Tor Knual, ualllng
nl r, o'clock with passengeis, malt and
T. IROfJI'OIS Is being
minted on (he marine
THE II. R.
inllwi'y- She will probably be hauled
Distrust of Brown Men's
Tnliln. Feb 20 Tho sticclnl cuiron
IHindence to the Aiiahl fiom Its . S.m
rnincl"Ci I'oi-rerpoudeiit f-niilnueH to
lepiesiut the sltuitlon an most nlariu
liil,. Theyu specials claim that Iho
autl-Japaiiosu seiillnient Is rapidly
Unending und that thu war feeling In
America ls"genural. Tlrfi specials,
widely eliculnled anil ropled. eoutrlli
ule to sustain the feeling nf imeasl
Heps nulling tho Inpineso people.
Nlchl Nlchl. n paper owned by K.
Knlii. Iho .lap.ineso Enibussador tu
Kngland. which commented with great
bitterness during Iho enrllei stages ot
the nntl-.ltipnncsi legislation by tho
California legislature In a lengthy i.
Itoili! on thu nlitl-.laiauee sentlinint
In Ameilcn. published today, says:
"AiiU'ilcnnu continue to leganl .lap.ui
with suspleluu, and this III feeling run.
Iniiea notwithstanding the erforls of
Hie Japanese Government mid pu'iplo
I" piovo Iho sincerity und cnnllullly of
their roiling. 'IIiIh dlstiust extend.-!
"It Is Incomprehensible tu our peo
ple why America and Euiopo cunllmm
to login d Jniun as seeking war. Twu
wnra vvei-o BUtnclent. Wo want pmco
In Iho future. War with American
i mild only b forced hv iho United
States thre.-itiiilu." Iho In lepcmleneo of
.liipan. It Ih immcessary for Amerlu-.i
In runlfy Itseir ug.ilnst .lupau."
The edlloitul concludes by qu.ittug
the text or tho Itonsevolt telegram In
Iho California Legislature, oxptecrln;;
tho Ih Her that the pibaago of Iho bill
would lead tu teiloiM consequences.
'Iho paper contends that this mess-ig!
shows that oven Iho IVdor.il Govern
ment regarded war as pi nimble, but It.
was utterly mlstcken.
Thu effort to huvu n lurgo bojy nr
oincei-H und olllcluls from P.nia'jin np
pe.ir in thu Inauguration puiuilii
Mm eh i wiih uliundpiuni. It wiin
not encmiiugcd by 'PreyMent-elect
Tuft mid tho orruit to get a wmw f
tho Nnvy to bilng the paity In Nor-
ioiiv iiiiieu ut lecelvo
A high compliment has been paid
In the American' steam turbine. Tho
first successful englno of that type,
devised by .Mr. Palatum, originated In
i:iiglniiil. but tho llrlllsh government
has now nrdeied u liirblno fiom tho
United States fur trial on one or it
A notion, uppe-irln? on the biilleCii
board or the Naval Station stales that
tho Jiipiincro crulfers, Royn and Abo.
will nirlvo hero April 1.
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ITIU- DULLETIN ADS PAY -
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with' 4-Cyc.e
Motor. S175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. B0AI
- AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opjvj' South St, j
tlMlariff1iiif.-lriB.S4trtr'.r i..-v.MMaai Jh
, gmmiiititx'A n i..2m.
i". titf l.mi ,i,i-.itteii M