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EVENlNO fHJIMTIN, HONOLULU, T. It., THURSDAY, MATt. 18, 1000.
:, WEEKLY CALENDAR
' Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular.
I Honolulu Chapter R. A. M.
Itenular, 7:30 p. m.
i AM visiting members of Iho
Order arc cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
UAJtMONY L0JJQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets cveiy Riouday evening it
7:30 In 1. 0. O. F Hall, Tort Street.
12. R. HI2NDRY. Sccrotary.
l 1). ICKE. N O.
All visiting brothers cry cordially
OAJIU LODGE, Mo. 1, K. of J?.
Meets every first end third Frl-
Jay, ovenlng at 7:30 In 1C. ol 1. Hall.
corner Fort and Ileretanla. Visiting
brother cordially invited to attend.
I'. R. NUU12NT, C. C.
R. GOSMNU. K. R. S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Hour-lum Lodge No. 616, 11. P. 0.
E., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
ing. By order of tho E. It.:
H12NRY C. EASTON,
WM. II. MclNERNY, E. It.
ffm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Moots every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock in 1C. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort nnd Ileretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McOR!2V. C. C.
B. A. JACODSEN, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. ot P. Hall, corner
Cerctanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. M. MrCOY. . Prcst.
II. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights oi
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttenfl.
(1EO. SANDERSON. Sachem.
12. V. TODD, C of It.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos r
o .Lcimliarut s Candy, Ircsh
Corner King ond Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls and sbieti.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAFHS 4
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Pert and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel, 410. George G, Quilo, Gen. Mgr
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
guaranteed Absolutely Pure,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P, 0. Box 914.
Rluntc books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured In tho IlulU'tln
Added to the Long List due
to This Famous Remedy.
CamdeH. V..T "It. Uulili idomiirn
Hint I add my tritlmoiilal to your
already lojijj list -honing that It may
........aN. uim-ui w iitiiu UIC'IUM'IVCS Ol
this valuable medi
Compound. I suf
fered from terrible
headaches, pain In
my back nnd right
side, was tired and
nervous, ana so
vtenk I could hardly
stnncl. Lydla K.
stored mo to health
anu iniulo mo feel like i new person,
and it shall always have my praise.'5
Mrs. W. i. Valkntine, 002 Lincoln
Avenue. Camden, X. .1.
Oardlner, Me. " I was n great suf
ferer from a female disease. The doc
tor said I would havei to go to the
hospital for an operation, but Lydia E.
I'lnkbnm's Vegetable Compound com
pletely cured mo in three months."
it us. S. A. Williams, R. 1 1). Ko. h,
Hox 30, Onrdiner Jle.
JleeaiiMi your case is a dilllcult one,
doctors having done you no good,
do not continue to suffer without
giving Lydia K. Wnkliam's Vegetablo
Compound a trial, it surely has cured
many cases of female ills, such as in
(lamination, ulceration, displacements,
llbroid tumors, irregularities, periodic
pains, backache, that bearlng-down
feeling, iudigcitlon, di77lues aud ner
vous prostration. It costs but n trifle
to try lt,.and the result Is worth mil
lions to many suffering women.
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
is written on every piec of,
"1835" Silverware we sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our guarantee goes with
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
B03T0N BLDG.. FORT ST.
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours,
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN.. Proprietor.
For .Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Watei, delivered, to office and
residence, RING UP '687,
Arctic Soda Water Works
12G3 Miller St.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
I Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 183.
. v'ji. ,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Don't let. time, dust and cockroaehei
destroy the value ol unusual furni
ture! let a Bulletin Want Ad sell
them for you.
A clean city means a healthy city.
You will always find your friends
at the Royal Annex.
Several cases at the Pollco Court
were remanded to different dates, this
Taku your carrlago or automobile
to Hawaiian Carrlago Mnnfg. Co., for
Chaffeur A. 8. Webber was nrrcslcd
on a charge or reckless driving. Tho
case was continued until tho 23rd.
I,. K, Sheldon, a member or tho Do
tectlvo force, under Chief Kalaklcla.
Is confined to his bed with fever,
K you aro looking for any ot your
friends go to tho "Two Jacks" and
jou'll And them.
Jim Haiti and J. Kahalc, two Juve
niles, wore cent along to tho Circuit
Court this morning by Judgo Andrade.
Senator Cocllio will sing at tho ben
efit concert given this evening by tho
Latter Day Saints in KnlghtB of Pyth
V C. Kaus was fined J I nnd II coats
at the Pollco Court this morning for
drunkenness. Judgo Andrade handed
out the package to Kaus.
What about your hat? It's time It
was seen to. Call on tho Expert Hat
Cleaners. Work guaranteed. Fort
St. opp. Club Stables.
Tho Ilrltlsh cruiser Flora, Captain
Nugent wl)l be open to Inspection
next Sunday afternoon between the
hours or 1:30 and 5 o'clock.
The Maul cricketers could not get
down to town to assist tho Honolulu
team against tho naval men, as they
are very busy on Maul Just at present.
Stake your Idle plunks In "MAY
FLOWER" and ou won't bo kept
"walling at the church" very long ror
dividends. RUY "MAYFLOWER'
STOCK. UUY IT NOW!
Tho Juvenile law is worrying tho
Pollco Court omclalfl a lot, and all
uthfnl offenders arc being sunt on
by Judge Andrade to tho Circuit Court.
Willie Cathcart was sent up yesterday
In that manner.
Tho report of Mcllryde plantation Is
commented on very favorably among
the brokers. It Is anticipated that tho
plantation will get through this year
Willi a profit ot at least a hundred
If every property-owner and occu
pier will see to cleaning, and keeping
clean, the street and sidewalk in
'front of his premises, the city will
iook as inougn it naa lis iace warn
ed , and the cost will be little cr noth
ing. Let's try it.
A bunch or lads who havo been cre
ating a disturbance itiiiiiiiI tho )crn
House, overy avening havo hern arrest
cd by Detective Medelros. It appears
that tho young men have been having
n high old time amongst tho automo
biles that await their ownerH outside
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record March 17, 1909,
from w.M a. m. to 4 p. m.
W W Ahana by High 8hrT to Sing
Yuen tr D
Ikuwn Kealaula (w) ot al to Ho
William It Castle to Ikuwa Keala
ula (w) ct al Consent
Ho Sun nnd wf to Kuncohe Rico
Mill Co Ltd D
Ho Sun nnd wt to Kancohu Rice
Mill Co Ltd IIS
A P McDonald ct nl to Kaulkco-
lanl Children's Hospital . ...Ilond
Est ot Kaulmakaolo Lazarus by
exor to Richard It Trent tr....M
J M Downed to Mary Steward. . .AM
A N Campbell tr to Kipahulu Su
gar Co AM
William II Mnji and wf to Mrs
Roso Lanilo . , . D
Est or J a men Campbell by trs to
Emma 8 Douglas ct al ExD
Entered for Record March 18, 1909,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
D II Caso to Mclemelo Keanlul. .Itel
Melcm.clo Koanlnl and lisb to J
W W Ahana by High Shrt to F
Klamp tr .....Slicil)
A RtstonabU 'Argument.'
Attendant at Museum Sir, yott
know very well that dogs tiro not ad
Visitor- Ho Isn't my dog.
Attendant-Hut It followed you In.
Visitor Well, so did you.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 S. KING ST. PHONE 528.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
LONG TARIFF TALK
WASHINGTON. D. 0 , March 17. Senator Hale predicts that tho
tariff bill will be before CongicRS fin three months.
STRIKE ISOLATES PARIS
PARIS, Frnnre, Mnrcli 17 France l completely rut off by tele
graph and telephone from the lest or the world. Paris is Isolated. The
strike ot tho telegraphers has sprcn 1 (o other cities.- Two bundled
thousand telegrams and two million tetters are undelivered.
i m i
CUT OUT SUNDAY BASEBALL
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, March 17.-Tho House passed the bill
making It a misdemeanor to buy tickets for Sunday batchnll, tlie.ilrle.il,
or other cntcrtnlnments.
REGGI0 IS AGAIN SHAKEN
H 1X1 (110, Italy, March 17- A stiong chock of rni thipial.p, nmitnp'i
ulcd by n high tide, occurred today. Iloats In the ctrr.ilu waio canted
nway and wrecked.
m i fm i
COOPER JURY INSTRUCTED
NASHVILLE. Tenn., March 17. The Jury In try Cooper for the
murder or cx-Scnnlor Cnrmnck line received Its Instructions.
GOO-FOOT WIRELESS TOWER
WASHINGTON', D. C, March 17. Tho i Government will erect n
COO-root tower nt Aniinpolls ror 'the naval wliclc.a servlee.
STEEL COMPANY CUTS WAGES
JOHNSTOWN, Pn, March 17 Tho Cambria Steel Co., employing
18,000 men, has cut wages 10 per cent
m i i
CUBAN INSURGENTS SURROUNDED
HAVANA, Cuba, March 17 The Insurgents have been surrounded
by tho Government troops.
No More Tire Trouble If You Use
Standard Tire Protectors
They take all the hard knocks, stone or glass cuts and
bruises that a tire tread is constantly subject to, and pre
serve the tire in its original strength, thus eliminating the
danger of the blow-out, the "bug-benr" to thfautomobilijt.
When once in pla:c it positively cannot creep or come
off. It adds to the rcs.llcncy of the tire. It actually savc3
more than half the tire c.:n?nsc.
A number of sets of these protectors arc in constant
use here, and arc giving entire satisfaction.
I B- Standard Tlrr !', ufrcfnr invc you wSM ! S
Blnuv Ttmr Ejcpentc Worry, fJIvfr V
5 Cll or en1 for Uteit booklet, which full-tr!aln tffljf , I
llft' lhc let" sbuiit Standard Tire I'ru'.tauu. fSVli!1 I
Hi' HUSTACE-PECK CO.. Ltd. ffj&iff ,! I
K63aucn Strict Honoiulu fcimU' .. II
I Smooth Non j '&-' .v I
Tread Skid V....- I
A situation U wanted by a reliable
.lapanet-o man. Will do cmiklm; and
laundry. Seo ad
I'lno bred chickens ror sale; Unpoll
ed and Island. For particulars hco our
ad. Club Stables, Tel. 109.
Kodaks, Films. Volox. Island views.
photographs and supplies or all kinds)
overyiniiiK pnoiosriipiuc,' nt iiio
Honolulu Photo Supply Co., Fort
Btrect, near Hotel,
Money In tho bank means thillt, nnd
blltlRs success, Tho buvIiik linblt, Hku
all others, can bo acquired. Call and
iisk tor ono of our small homo savins
banks. Bank or Hawaii, Ltd.
There will boii qpeclal nu; hiiIi at
Jordan's Tor one wreVonly, bCKlniilns
Monday morning Mnich 22nd. Hxtrn
ordinary prices put on Axmlnsler,
Ilriisscls, Smyrna, Tapestry, Velvet PI
lede, and Jutu.
"THE RUNAWAY GIRL"
FAR TONIGHT'S SHOW
"Tho Runaway Girl," considered by
many to bo tho brightest and catchiest
or nil tho bright and patchy musical
operas In tho ropcrtolro of tho clover
llttlo youngsters, will bo put on to
night, and will run for tho rest of tho
wook, giving placo Saturday night to
n "vaudovlllo show by tho entlro cast
"A Gaiety Glil" was a great success.
Rvory hotiho was crowded to tho doors,
nnd tho matineo yestorday brought out
n record house, tho Opora Houso being
packed full. Soma new stnrs havo up
pcared In this opora, and will bo seen
later In more Impoitnut parts. MI113
Adjl Hind, who made n hit in "A Gaiety
Girl." Is t otako tho loading part in
"Tho Runaway Girl." Is full or spark,
Jlng songs, and Is ono or tho funniest
and most plcttucsquo of successful
ijiuslcnl comedies. Tho I.llllpulluns
arc at their very host In this play, and
It will undoubtedly havo as good
houses as "A Galoty Girl."
185 editorial rooms 250 but
ne olflce. These are the tolephons
numbers of tho Bulletin olflce.
iil.vk'&.:k$t&w Jt ifalt k
Gotch and Turk
Frank (ioteli nnd Azimsef Maliniout
("The Terrlblo Turk") havo been
mulched to wrestle lor the worlds
championship mid J 10.000. Tho
iniileli Is to como oft (in April H, nl
Chicago mid should be 11 terrlblo
hlruggle. Tho Turk has bealcn all
comers so far nnd has n gieat repu
tation us n mat nrtlst. Frank (bitch
Is alto a wonderful wrestler mid will
put up tho battle of his IRo against
tho man with , the fez. Wrestling
niii'y ho popular around Chlcagu
when 11 $10,000 purse can ha hung
up. It is hind to say who wilt win
this tussle, as the Turk has roiuo
very stiaugo tilcks nnd holds, which
may possibly not bo allowed In I'ncK
Ingtown. Gotch has iiimn to tho Tore very
quickly us a wiestlcr, nnd is as good
as they nro made, too. Tho "Sick
Man's" subject will nt least bu uwaru
Hint he him been Indulging In a strug
gle before the match Is Mulshed 0110
way or tho other.
j52"Por nent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin o'tl-n.
GEARYTREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.60 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
J Anew down town hotel. Sttel mil
bilok structura. Furnished al a coil ot
$150,000. Etarj comlott and conienl
ence, On car lines transferring lo all
parts ol tit;. Omnibus meets all (rains
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TItAWETS,"
IN FOREIGN PORT3
Thursday, March 18.
SAN 1'RANCIRCO -Sailed March 17
h'chr .lui. Rolph, for liana.
SAN IHANC'IHCO Sailed Mar. IS;
8. S. I'lclailon, for Honolulu,
PORT TOWNSn.ND- Arrlud Melt. 18:
Hehr Robert I-cwers, hence? Mar. 1.
ilktno. T. I. Kmlgli, froln Illln.
MAHUKONA Anivcd Mar. 17-
llktue. Hawaii, ficmi Newcastle.
Tuesday, Marcn 16.
SAN FRANCISCO Al rived Mur. If,:
Ilk. R. !'. Hllht't lietico Keb. 21.
SALINA CRUZ-Arrived Mar. IS:
S. S. MlKxourlan, fioni llllci. l'cb. 27.
SAUNA CRUZ Sailed Mar. 12:
H. S. Mexican, ror Rati rrauclsco.
Illl.O-Salled Mar. 13:
S. S. Columbian ror Salltia Cruz.
Monday. March 15. 1909.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mar. 1.1:
I'. S. A. T. Thomas, hence Mar. C.
10 n. in., S. S. Siberia, cure Mar, !).
SAN I'RANCISCO Sailed Mnr. 13:
11 a. m., S. S. Alameda, Tor Hon.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mar. 1 I:
r. p. nt., S. S. I.iirllnc. ror Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA S.illed Mnr. 13:
S S. Mnnrlmtln. ror Honolulu.
SKATTI.K Sailed Mar. II:
S. S. llyndca, ror Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Mar. II:
II. I. J. M. S. Aio, ror Honolulu.
It. I. J. M. S. Soyn, ror Honolulu.
GRAYS IIARI10R Sailed Mar. 13-
Sehr. R. C. Searle, ror Honolulu
IIII.O Sailed Mur. 10:
T. 1'. HmtRli, fcir Sound.
Thursday, March IS.
Toini.oratures 11 u. in., ti7: S a. in .
71: 111 n. m., 71; noon, 72; mnriilnt;
Ilaromoter, S n. in.. 30.12; absolute
humidity, S a. in., H.-I3S grains per
ruble loot; relative humidity. 8 n. in
CO per rent; dew point. S a. in.. r,8.
Wind n. in., c!cclty 12. direction
I N V. : 8 a. in , veloelt IR, dlrci'llon
N. II; Hi ii. in., vclocltv 18. illit'Ctlnn
B : iioiin. velocity l.. dlrecllim W.
H.'ilnf.ill ilurliiK 21 hours cnilod 8 n.
Total wind movement during 21
hoiit'H ended at noon 3' 'mllm.
WM. II, STOCKMAN,
faction Director, Woiiher llilruau
LOST ANCHORS ARE
RESCUED Hill BAY
Harbor Is Dragged And
Mud Hooks Come
Captain Jolium or Ihe lighthouse
tender Kiikul, cstcr:.iy urc-eedcd In
locating and picking up tho niichois
lined lu pulling the tiauspoit l.ogan off
the coral leef. The big hooks weigh
iibciut Mian pounds each,
It was dimcult to locale the anchors
lis the) had sunk deep lulu tho mud,
but l)lor I.le went down nnd found
them. Ho could not I1101.0 them, how
ovci. lu order to do this small alien
ors woro thrown Into tho liuibor mid
by carefnllv dragging Ilium over the
big unchore, 11 catch was iiiadu Chains
wcro then iitlached nnd I ho powerful
crane or Iho Kiikul did the rest.
Tho nnchors, one of which belongs
to the Logan and Hie other to the Nav
al Station, are now Ijlng on the naval
WILL BE PILOT
Lieut -Com. Moses
Guide Lcgan Out
When thn tiaiisport l.ogan ciikIh off
her iiiouilngs tonmnow uioiiilug ,iud
etarts on her jouruoy eustwaid. I.leiu
enant Coniiiiander Mohcs, ciptnln of
the Navy Yard, will net as pilot.
IVudlug the announcement or the
(Hidings of the board of Inquliy, culled
to Investigate the stranding or the
transport, Captain HiiundeiB hah hei 11
suspended, another pilot Is 111, and tho
examining board has not yet convened
to grant licenses to other applicants
Thi'refiirii. as tho Qiniturmastcir's De
partment Is mighty iiiixIoiih that tin
l.ogan shall start nil bur way wlllmiu
rmther liilhhap, tho Navy has b-en
tailed upon to lender assistance.
fjy PULLCTIN ADS PAY 43
NEW - TODAY
The Hoard of Dental IJxnnilnci- 11'
,lhe Tel 1 Hoi y of Ilituull will meet 1.1
1 Honolulu on B.ituidny, Mutch 1'nih,
11)U9, for tho examination of candi
dates Mr ceitlllcalo or llccuso 10
piaitlco diiiitul sitrgor).
c . mail,
IUC2 2t Secrolnry.
m -itinllfai,t!, -fifrt ma.fcfl -i.Xilu ui
'' Tluiralal . March IS.
Sliur Clniidlno, llcniiet, Iioni Hllii
and Maul, f 20 a. in,
'0. S. S Alninuiln, Dow dell, Rom Ban
Kraneluco (per wlielcss), n. til.-
0. S. A. T. Loaaii, Stlnson, for Ma
lltln. 8 n. in.
II. M. 8. Mom, NiiBonl, for Mexico,
i in , pnib ibly.
II. M. S. Canilirlan, I.uus, lor Mex
ico, a. in., probably. t
j PASSENGERS ARRIVED f
' l'cr stmr. Cl.iiidlne, Itetiiiell. frcmi
IIIIo unit Muni iiorts. Mar. 18. 5. Oza-
kl. Mrs. .Inn. Tlionms. .1. Freltas. wRu
.mil child. Till IIIiik. Sliler Helena. M.
Diltio. Ah Hoy, WmiR Hln, Mrs. Li-onir
Foo'.c, Mrs. l-cjoiiK Kill ninl 2 rhlldieii.
Mrs. CliniiK In. .1. Rurii .1. Yaniaiiaha,
Mrs. Kieltas. Mrs. C. Mnhoo. Miss K.
Coinwell. M. !'. I'rosser. .1. Taiinka
mi 1 38 deck
.. . J.
l'cr stmr. Manna l.oa, Slinersoii. for
Mnul and Hawaii ports. Mir. 19, 12 J.
--0 It. Rlacnw, Mrs. Knlmopil aifcl
two children, damns Crowes, Junius
nruTio nnd wire, H. Kollluol and wife.
Carl Wlilumnnn. .In 1ki S. 11. Dole,
f 1". Dole, .lames Dole. Mrs. .1. V.
. i'i siiur. W. 0. Hall, l'oilcrsoii, for
Krinl, .Mar. 18. 5 p in. I.lxlo Kikmi.
O. II. rnlrchlld, Mrs. Knpnliualiiltni.
Mrs. Win. Mahiika, O. C. Uccliert, II.
Kntu Mrs. 11. Cnossrll.
' TI1U STI:aM!:K Aki Mnru of Iho
NlniKin Ytiien Knnshn. recently ac-
ccinipllshcil the passage from Yokoha
ma i'i l'uget Snuiiil, a illslnnco of I2IO
1'iliis. wlihoiit losing wlielcss coiu
iiiuiilcatlou with either the Jni-iuut:o
or American coasts.
TIIK AI.AMHDA will nrrlvo tomor
row morning from Ban I'ranclscn. It
lu i,iiitrli.il llml Hint will Willi llff lifirt
lung enough to allow tho tiiinspoit
1 op 111 in vocai 0 nor hock hi iiio cico
TUB CI.AU1MNK. aiilvlng thla
1 i'n nln: rioin IIIIo mid Maul, brought
li.'j bags siiwr. "7 bigs beans, Vj
rmilH wood 111 Imricds wine. I autii
niiibllv, Z burros and li" packages tun
Till: nitlTISH collier Kamiiiia,
which coinpleied ill? charging her nu go
r coal for the Uiltlrh criitseis nt tho
iiiimiI station, Balled this inornlng ut
in -SO o'clock for West Port.
THi: SIAUNA I.OA, which arrived
Tuesday from Koiri nnd Maul uirt,
will sail ut noon lomornnv, with n
i'lrge I'liiislgiiiuciit of freight.
Till: I1AUK HAWAII nrrlioil os
leiilay nt Xlnhiikoiri fiom Nowcaotlo
with 11 cat go of coal.
Till: JAMi:l IIOU'H sallod yestur
ilav from Han I'mucltco for liana,
The t'ljornalo d'ltnlla of Home s:i)n
Hint tho Dul.c of tho Ahruzzl will
eploro tho Kiirakorum rango of tho
Illuialaya mountains. It Is tho In
tention ot tho Duke, if possible, to
1 each 1111 altitude of L'MOO feet or
more, tho highest pent: of this range.
(iiidwIii-Aimten, lining lo n height of
HX.L'iS roil. Tho greatest nltlljido
mi. fur attained bv other cxplnreiH Is
r-'.unil feet. Tim lliiko will leavo
on hhi expedition about tho end or
How It Affected Him.
Monl; (the enddlel-Hvcr st-ice I.co
ale Hint (ioiiluii lilghlnnder lit) wuu't
hi iiiiythhig but play golf.
The Bulletin Publishing Co.,
Ltd., is D;cnt for the best engraving
and lithographin comsany on
the Pacific Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on hfgh-giade
printing of every kind.
Alsp prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitnticns. in the best of form
I for ninnrt functions.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Oyc.e
Motor. $175, Complete.
'Hr. CHARLES D. WAI.KEUS, TJ0AT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St, oup-v', South St,
S. 'ntu.,.vi :i..v.iir
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