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: WEEKLY CALENDAR
Lerhi Chiptn No 2 Rcpular.
Paclfc First Dcnrec.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
D p m.
All vlfltlug members (it the
Order ore cordially Intltod to
attend meeting uf iucal lodges
JHARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7j30 In 1. O. 0. F Hall, Fort Street.
I'. U. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
r. u. k'ki:, s. a.
l-'All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. or P.
' 'Meets every first nod third Frl
Jay evening at ":3U In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort and IJeretnnU. Visiting
oiothors cordln'ily Invited to attend.
r. n. nugent, c. c.
It. GOSLING, K It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE CIO, B. P. 0. E.
j Honolulu Lodge No. C1C. 11. P. O.
r.lks. mcetH In their hall, on King
Stfeet, near 1'oit, etcry Friday ctcn
Us. Visiting lliothcrs nic cordially
Invited to nttiml.
; n. a. iioiiTiiiTT. n. n.
i 11. C KASTON, Sec'y.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
livening at 7:30 o'clock lu K. of I',
nail, cor. Fort und Iloretaula. Visit
flig brothers cordlilly Invited to at
tend. 1 F. M. McGUEW. C. 0.
' e. a. jacohsi:n, k. n. s.
EONOLULU AERIE 140, I 0. E,
j Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
t:30 o'clock lu K. of P. Hull, corner
Berctanla and Fort otreets.
7 Visiting K.iglcs ure Invited to at
lend. I . Vv M MrCOY. V Preat.
i II. T. MOOP.E. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TKIBE No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
I Meets every first and third Thurs
M)' of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
j (ino. SWDEItSON, Sach,om.
J U. V. TODD, C. of R.
Vc arc in linn with tim
- best assortment of
In the mnrkct. All makes,
rerfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind you
Lclinliardt's Candies always
Kiiiit nnd Fort Sts.
MRS. R0SENBER0 YOUNG HOTEL
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
rpHE OBJECT of
every man is to
keep down his liv
ing expenses with
out destroying the
harmony of living.
Gas is a faetor in
at the same time
improving the kit
Let us install Gas
in your house.
Gas Co., Ltd.,
Young Building, Honolulu.
Wear and Tear, as well as
appearances, should be con
sidered in buying hardware.
Our Easy Spring locks and
handsome trimmings are se
lected by careful p:oplc.
They invariably give satis
faction. Lowers &". .Cooke,
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead.
28 loaves of bread for $1.00.
1129 Fort St. Phone 197.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.,
They save the Bills. Sold by
Union Elootrio Co.,
Fort and Beretania Streets,
Shirts, Collars and duffs well done
at reasonable priced at the
258 Berctania. J, Abodie, Prop,
Brown & Lyon Co.
With HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses
Etc, Etc All kinds o( K0A and
Nuuanu nnd Hotel St. on site of old
I MISSION FURNITURE Made Tc
LOCAL AND GENERAL f
Twelve hundred shedfa of good
paper for twenty-five cent at the
Ten good autohacVs. Phone 6.
Al. Thurlow of the Ttoyal Annex
serves tho finest meals in tow
Take your carriage or automobile
tc Hawaiian Carriage Mantg. Co., foi
Mr. and Mrs. Alvah A. Scott nre
Maying in Illto with Mr. and Mrs. John
Mrs. C. II. Atherton will loavo for
the States (oniorrow morning. Balling
In tho Illlonlnn.
Fred L. Wnldron will loavo for Eng
land tomorrow morning on tho llllon-
Ian, which sails at 10 o'clock.
The Ilojal School Alumni will meet
tonight nt tho A I'atrla Socletj;. Hall,
comer of Emma and Vineyard street.
Judge and Mrs. II. E. Cooper arc
Hill In Southern California, where tho
Judge Is convalescing from n nervous
T. F. McTlghe will be nmong the out
going passengers In tho Illlonlnn,
which sails at 10 o'ejock tomorrow
Mrs, Allan Herbert wnlcs that she
and Mr Herbert will return an soon
as possible, but that the walling list
of east-bound steamers, nt Yokohama,
Is ery Inrgc.
SupcnlHora Qulnn Is busy malting
plans for tho opening of tho Oalm Jail
on July 1, on nhlch (Into the, divorce
of the county prison from tho Territor
ial penitentiary Is to take place-, A
new .cook house and a hospital will
have to be built, as oll n a Jailor's
house and reparatq quarters for clerks
The Ladles' Society of Ontrnl
Union Church has decided to hold a
Ilazaar on Saturday, October" '30th.
The oxecutho committee) of tho'soclcty
Is working out tho dctaltb.and wth the
cooperation they arc receiving It will
no iioiiih uo a largo ana succossiui al
ia I r. Ono feature of tho Ilu?aar will
be a Doll Sato. Tho proceeds will go
Into the genefnl fund of the society to
meet the usual demands on tho treas
ury. A courso In first aid to tho Injured
is being given by Oahu Collcgo, the Ice
tuns and demonstrations being given
by tho various doctors of tho city.
Tho talks will bo given In tho Puna
hou Preparatory School, Charles it.
Illshop hall, on Mondays nt 1:45 p. m.
The students In tho upper grades and
In tho classes In physiology wilt be re
quired to attend, and all other students
may nltcnd. Today IV, panics n. Ju
win talk on "HcmnrrhnKf-B." On Mon
day, .May 24, Dr. N. II, Emerson will
speak on "Asphyxia and Drowning,"
and mi Monday, June 7, Dr. C. D. Coop
er will speak on "Fractures, Sprains
Taking ns Ills text "And Pprsuo It,"
I's, 34-14, Jolin O. Woolloy last even
ing pleached tho Pcaco Day sermon al
the Christian church. In the courso of
his nddrcts ho said: "Honolulu Is a
kind of quarantine iort for stranded
tourists for whoso .iccommodatlon
American ships are wanting, vand
whom our coasting laws will not cr
mlt tho Japanese ships to 'carry with
out a ruinous fine. "As a "matter of
business, I venture to suggest that If
wo stop building warshlpB, for which
apparently wo have no hup, for ten
years, and put tho money Into mallshlp
subsidies, this ocean will. In fact, look
like what gtoundioss,ly we pow boast
It is tho "American Ocean."
(Continued from Pise 1)
Ihey do will bo Tor tho Territory, and
hereafter, wheu tho pow la,w goes Into
effect, they can substftuto leaf-raklng
for rock qjiarrlng, doubtless to their
own oxtrcmo Joy.
Thcro la a way by which thp County
can get around this. Uy making some
arrangement with tho Territorial au
thorities by whch tho prison and tho
Oahu Jail aro maintained asjhp samp
Institution, tho pronont arrangement
can bo continued and (hq .County, t(io
High Sheriff soys, can savQ tho money
It Is going to lose by separating tjio
two Instltutlpns, Y'hot!lcr anything
of tho kind will bo dono or not Is op
tional with the, guuer,vjspr0. Tho first
move must comp from them.
THE MATSQN liner Illlonlnn. Cuii-
tain Johnson,' pdll jeayg'for San Frun
cfsco (oniorrujv morning, sailing at 10
o'clock. Captain Johnson will ha,vo
as his passengers a largo number of
well known .people, wlio h'vp" already.
neL'jIIVll HvcommoiiiuionH OIJ jis ship.
As usual, thV Hawaiian 'jiniid will bo
present to play for tho pass'ongejs.
THE INTBIMSLAND atfianfors leav"-'
Ing tomorrow' aro the- Maiina Kea. at
noon or Hllo; th Klnau for Kauai;'
nn.t tUn .fit... I f a' i. i i. i
uu uiu i.iiuuuuiu ior AioioKai, maul
Tho lasj..twp sail ut B
These handsome linen suits are
universally worn at dinner in the
Orient and all troDieal cbuhtries.
Have one made by
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 King Street. Phone 521.
SEOl'I., Mny lfi Viscount Sone has left for Toklo at the summons
of Prince Ito. It In i 'loved that Ito will resign his post as Resident
General of Korea to dliect Japan's, policy toward China, and that Bono
will succeed him In Sei ul.
SEBREE'S FLAG GOES UP TODAY,
SAN KKANCISCO May 10 Hoar Admiral V. T. Swinburne, 11. S
N., will haul down hl flag Monday as commander of tho Pacific licet
and will be succecdnl by Itenr Admiral Uriel Sebree. Admiral Swin
burne will go to Wniiington to serve .on tho compulsory' retirement
m ' i m
s, PARIS STRIKE IS QUELLED.
PAUIS, May in Tho postal
four hundred striker are still out,
KILPATRICK SAILS FROM MANILA.
MANILA, Mny 1" -Tho U, 8.
ed for New York, vln Huez, with tho
(lltHAT FALLS, Mont., Mny IB. A sharp earthquake x fell licio
tonight (llaiwwarr .is hrokon throughout the city.
HELENA, Mont May IB. In nn earthquake here tonight the
wall of one homo w is thrown down nnd minor dnmngc done.
WINNIPEG, Ma IS. n earthquake shock lasting twenty sec
onds was felt herb today.
m i m i
NEW HAVEN, ( nun., Mny IB.
it Is Holllstcr's, II 'Ulster's, Hpl
lister's for drugs,
A young oducated Clilneso wants po
sition in nn office. See ad, this Issue.
A furnished cottage lu Kuplolinl
Park on tho beach Is for rent. See ad.
boy IB years of age who has homo
knnwlcdgo of shorthand .my typewrit
ing, desires a situation dining the sum
mer vacation. Sco ad this Issue.
Woni's great cloarnnc. Bale Is draw
ing to a closo nnd the prices nre such
that will finish It quickly Ladles who
want dress goods had better buy now.
California Ironport, n most dcllcloiM
drink, Is to bo had, cool and rctrceh
ing, nt the soda .fountain nt IleiiRon.
Smith & Co,, Ltd.rcorner of Fort ami
Tho five specials nt 8achs' that were
so popular with shoppers today will
bo offered tomorrow and Wednesday,
and they will no doubt prove n dccd
Tho Wntcrhouse Trust Co. has sonio
gcnulno bargains In Improved und un
improved property at Kalmukl, Kala-
wai, and Mnnon Valley. Furnished and
unfurnished houses to rent In good lo
Oat & Mossman, tho popular sta
tioners, aro showing soma very hand
somo ladies' gold pens, with pearl han
dles, library Ink stands, envelope hold
ers, crystal pen racks, und paper cut-
tpro. 76 Merchant street.
TI)o Knsh Co. Ltd., courteously In
vites you to view the Alfred lU'iiJamln
& Co, authentic New York fashions for
men's spring and summer wear. These
superior clothes now ready In a great
variety of styles and materials.
Tho open meeting of tho Morning
Music, Club will bo hold at the Castlo
Memorial Kindergarten, 020 Klngj
btrcct, Tuesday evening. May 18, at
8:15 o'clock, Instead of nt tho real
denco ot U. II. Cooko. Members will
plcaso note the change of place.
The.Gtililo is the only complete dally
shipping paper un the Islands, It 1
corfje't and. cimunlcnt, iinjl has been
qsUibllrhod for Uiu past .eleven years.
Guldo Publishing Co., Young building:
telephone 374, Information furnished
subscribers Instantly on request.
(M. FjlEAR WILL TALK
Thorp will bu a, meeting o( tho
t Men's Club at tho Sunday hcIiooI
. rqcjm of St. Andrew's Cathudral,
f on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, -f
f po.vcrnor Frear will, address the
oliib, on tho lglslatlvo Session of -f
lBOJ. Thin should provo u most -t--f
Interesting topic, pot only to thp
f Club' bp't to all ther men of this
'4- Community, to .whom u cordial In- -f
f vjtu'tlon Is exlendoij.
f T)r. Urlpckerof, who was rj;- 4
f ccntly elected president of tho
fcub, will prekldo. -f
-f'-T- 4--f-r--f'f-f -f i-
'Continued from Face U
f to bo pnld twonty-threo cents
f and oven-tenths pqr ton of canu 4--f
cut of 8000 lbs. 4-
f Tho contract cultivators under
present contracts wish the con-
4- tract price to bo paid thorn per
4 ton of cine cultivated to be
t (11.2U) One Dollar and Tnonty- -f
,-t Nino Cents per ton or cane. If -t
strike Is prnrllrnlly dead. Only
nnd they arc expected to ictiitn to
Army transport Kllpatrlcl; lias sail
Tenth V. 8. Cavalry on board..
Yale defeated Harvard in Hie field
4 contractor cuts nnd loads c-ine, 4
4 then ho Is to lecclvo forly cents 4
4 per too more. 4
4 The contract cultivators under 4
4 wish the ndvancc for their living 4
4oxpcnscs to be $lB.fl'l per month 4
4 of 2l days work. V
4 (Signed by) Tho Committee lte- 4
4 resenting nil Japanese Labor- 4
4- ers of Iho Ewa Plantation 4
4 To this letter Mr. George F. 4
4 Itenton innde the following icplv:
4 "To the Committee Representing 4
4 the Japanese Laborers of I lie 4
4 Ewn PLiutallou Co., Ewa. 4
4 Hawaii. 4
4 Gentlemen. I luiu iocclcd 4
4 jour letter of Mny IBtb and n 4
4 translation of samo. n which you 4
4 have requested an increase of 4
4 wugca for various classes of work. 4
4- In reply, 1 beg iO state that the t
f matters contained therein will hi A
4 celvo my earnest consideration, 4
4- and a reply will bo given as soon
4- as possible. 4
4 Yours truly, f
4 (Sgd.) GEO. F. KENTON, 4
4 Manager, Ewa Plantation Com- 4
4 puny." 4
4- The mill is grinding today and 4
a large proportion of tho Japanese 4
4 forqe of laborers nro nt work, as 4
4 usual, and It Is expected that 4
4 practically eery laborer will be 4
4- at his usual task tomorrow. 4
Hnwnllans nil tho way from Koko
Head cntne to town this morning to
Join tho force of workers railed out to
inn llonolulil nnd Oahu plantations,
where the strikers arc still out.
As the lesult of the hustling done
nmoni; tho men of tho city who want
work, over twelve bundled men weio
assembled nt the stutlnn this morn
ing, moro than could be carried in the
cars available for passenger travel.
Tho railroad was swamped and cattle
cars wero requisitioned.
Ross Well Equipped,
Tlieio wero iiioio men than M.iuagci
Iloss could take cure of or had Im
mediate neod for and they went on to
Wnlpahu, where Manager Hull was In
tho best of spirits on arcouut of Ills
ability to get a force to start thing.
Manager Bull Happy,
Immediately the train at lived Man
ager Hull began his selection of gangs.
Tho large-sized men weio sent lilo
the Holds fpr cane loaders and the
Clilneso, many of whom uul experience
on plantations, wero supplied with
cane knives. Tho organization for a
complete plantation force was carried
out on tho spot, and although It Ih
not ns laigp us tho regular working
force of the plantation, all tho deart
meiitH of tho plantation will bo uiu
Walpahu Mill Fire.
There was u flro at tho Oahu Sugar
cpmpiuiy mill Sunday night. Men
weio on hand to put it out before It
gained any headway. Tho Mlgnlllcaiit
featiiie of this lire was llipt tho strlk
Ing Japanese stood by, saw It und did
not raise a hand to help.
No Uje for Makino,
Tho story comes from the train men
ami travolcrs down tho lino that Ma
(tint), the would-bo alt Ike leader, did
not huvo a huppy reception when lie
made what wus to b n tiliimphnl hip
to Ewu plantation Holiday nflcrnonu
He wejit down on tio regular train
accompanied by quite u party of strike
loadors pvldtmtly picked up from
town, Aiea nnd Walpahu. This party
foiiil tho Ewa Japanese lu no frleiplu
mqod. Thoy ovldontly want to run
their own affairs themselves nipl hae.L
no tiijq for Makino and his gang, I
Ono Blory hus it that Mnklno found
It safer to lomaln aboail tho train nn I
hod tickets bought as soon as possible
to take him and his paity to Honoullull
loithttllh Another Is til the effect
that Muklno's men tried to collect
money for the strikers ul Walpahu
IN FOREIQN PORTS
Saturday, May 15.
HIliailANi: -Sailed Mm 13
S S .Miikuru, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE Sailed May II:
8 S Texan, for Honolulu.
SAN KKANCISCO Sailed Mn 14:
8 S. l.urllnc, for Honolulu.
SAN FHANCISCO-Salled May 15:
S 8. Ahitncda. noon, for Honolulu
DKLAWAItE IlltEAKWATEIl Ar
lived Mny IB:
Ilk. Nuiianu, from Knntiapill, Jim.
EUUKKA Sailed Mny IB:
Schr A. J. Olsen, for Honolulu.
MAHHKONA Arrived May 13:
Schr O. M Kellogg, from Eerett.
MAIII'KONA Sailed Mn 13.
Schr J II llrtice, for San Francisco
NEWCASTLE Sailed Hay 8:
S. S. Yeddo, for Honolulu.
HILO-AirUod May 10
NO APPEAL LIES
FROM LAND COURT
Important Decshn Is
Handed Down by
There Is no appeal fiom :i deris
ion of the Court ot L...nt lteglstin
tlon. This Is the opinion of the So-
in erne Comt, as liaudei. (.own this
morning In the matter of the appeal
of James It. C.ihtle fi inn n derision
of the Judge of the land mint de
nying his petition In leglster title to
a certain piece of land. Tho land
eouit found that the title to the l.iud
Is vested lu Helen Until.
No object Inn tt.is made uy roundel,
but ut the uigiiiuenl toe laud court
ut Hi own motion questioned wheth
er nor lint an appeal lies fiom u do
(lslou ns distinguished (ro uiu decree
of the land eouit, uo decree having
jet been enteied.
The Supicmc (our., tbeiefoie,
dismisses the iippeal C F Peter-
sou wns nttoinej for J. II. Castlo.
and .1. W. Cathcnit anil Fred Mll
vertoii lepreseutcd James II. and
FOUR SETS OF PAY
Auditor Has His Hands
Full Of Work These
Four m'Ik of pa) win runts bate in
bu made out monthly h I lit- cumi'.j
auditor III the Inteilm that IlKhll)
tvoiked olllei.il has warrants to make
out lu p.i.Miient for suppl.t bills.
I.nhoii'iK nre paid on Hie Bth und
20th of each month, nppinxlmatcly, sal
tilled eni)loye get their money on the
I. "tb ami the "mil. Tonioirow after
noon the laborers of the io.nl and garb
ago departments will hate their sal
ary warrants passed by the Hupcitls
ors. The warrants nre now being
made out so as to have them ready as
soon as the demands ale acted upon
There me 2t of the wanaiits In all.
The demands for ptijiiient for sup
plies ruiulhheil the city ami count),
will be attended to Just as hioii iih the
Auditor gels tho pay wan ants out of
the tat but there Is still a lot of wink
The Bulletin' Publishing Co..
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
and lithographing company on
the Facifio Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of erery kind.
AJso prices and samples of the
yerysLatest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for mn runntinns
ami Alea from the Etta men Thet did
not get aiivthliig mid weio lold to ko
home, which they did. Or at least tin)
went to Honoullull. whole Iho dlHiep
iitnhle element gathers und ttheie the
onlt suppoit for the iigllatois Is founi!
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc
motor, iro, complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. omf-i South Rt
8. CENT 0IQAR
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
Saturday, May IB.
Ilr. sp. (llcnholm, Wllllnuis, fioiu
Iqillquo. 2..W p. III.
Am. sp. Dlilgn, Goodwin, rroin ll.il
tliiiou, I p. III.
Sunday, Mny lfi
Btnir. Mlknhiil.t, Tullctt, from Molo
kal nod Mnul ports, n. m.
Stmr. lwnlaul, Mitchell, from lluuo
kaa, a. m.
Saturday, May IB.
U. 8. A. T. Sheridan, Ilabcock, for
Manila, 3 p. in. x
Sunday, Mny in.
S. 8. Iloitcrmis, for Monterey, tow
ing Am. sp, Falls of Clyde, 6:4B p. m.
I SAILING TODAY
I'. 8. L. T. Kuklil, Jobson. Tor Knu.il,
111 p. in.
Stmr Minimi Kea, for Hllo und way
pons, 12 noon.
Stmr. IaIihiii, for Elcele, Mnk.itvell,
Wnline.i, Kekah.i, B p. in.
Stmr. Mikahnl.i, for Molokul nnd
Mnul. 5 p. m.
Stmr. Ilelruo, for Kiikalau, Ooknln,
Lniipahochuc, etc., 12 noon. '
M. N. 8. 8. Illlonlnn. for San Fran
clrcn, in n, in,
DUE WEDNE8DAY. I
' T. K K. 8. S. Telijo Maul, ftoiu San
! SAIL WEDNESDAY
T. K. K. S. S. Ten) n Jlaril. for Yo-
knhaiua, (i in.
I PASSEN3ERB ARRIVED
j . 1
Per stmr. Mlkatinhi, from Molokal
.mil Maul ports. May It!. Miss Han
nah K.ihanul. Mr. -and Mru. W. C.
l.ters. W. A. Myers, Win. Anlil, Win.
Per stmr. Klnau. Gregory, for Kauai,
May 18, B p. in. Mrs. Fisher. J. T.
Jones, J. W. Wadiuan, Miss It. Gilo
ron filing Kill. Mrs. G. Nlcolal. It. S.
Unmoor. Mis. G. II. Hosiuer, T.
Sebwarz. E. A. Knuseii and wife. Mrs.
A. G. Ilostner. Miss Hit Hols, A. II.
Itlce. C. t)u Hols. J. K. Ktlla, C. II.
Mlnln (). Illackstad.
Per stmr. Maiin-i Ken, fur Maul and
Hawaii portH. .May IS, 12 noon. Major
Wheeler. Dr. J. II. Raymond, Miss Hay.
Mrs Min-ou. Mr. lion, W. itatvlliis, Mrs,
.Mushier, M T. Furtado, wife mid flto
(hlldreii, Mrs M. Ciimmlugs, Mrs.
Weight, I. Sutton nnil wife, Mrs. K.
Dutot, MIsh L. Tnrletim, I). E. Met-
gt r. .1 P. Slsson, Dr. Derby, John Ilur-
ioiiiirIi, Dr. Clara Iliiiius, Mrs. M. O.
Aschley, A. Iloj le. D. G MaV. Itobl
Hal. II. Henlon, I'. W. Illnett, II. L.
UnlHieln, Mrs. E. A. Jewett and two
chllilieii, Mrs. John Tonnliigsen. Mr.
Meyer. Fred W. Ray, Dr. Wndlilin
and wife, P. S. Woolsey, W. II, tlnlo
and wife, T. C. Coogan and wife, Mrs.
W. A. Scott. C. S. Ilollottay mid wife.
(5. 'W. Eminons, Win. L. Iluglison. Mli,s
Spring. Miss Palmer, S. K. Kneo, Mi-h.
Kawal, K Ono. H. P. O. Sullivan. V.
F Williams F. II. Hunch.
Per S. S. Illlonlnn. for San Francis
co, May IS Miss Jean Until, Mrs. C.
11. Atherton, Chas. Murray, It. C. Ly-
deckel, Itohcoe Perkins, T. F. McTlghe,
D. .1. C'ashmaii. Miss Sorenson, Mih.
Soieusou, Mrs. lloendahl. Miss Jennie
Gilete, Mis. F. W. Menlll, Mrs. A. It.
Ingnlls, W. W. Woir. P. M. Ityder, Les
ter I'etile Mr Henriques. Fred L. Will-
dl Mrs. Wuldion, J II. Atendl, ('.
W it) ers, Miss Mary Soares, Mrs. 15.
J. Smith, S. 8 Peek nnd family. J E.
Metcair. C A. J. Guinea, Harold Thur
Ing Japanese sill genu.
INVOICES MUST BE
IN BY JULY FIRST
Mayor Is Sending Out
Letters To Heads of
Mil) or Fern will, this afternoon, bend
out letteis to till or tho city und county
depaitmenl heads, calling ultPiiliii n
the fact that, iih soon after tliu 11 s' of
July us possible, they nro oxpeited to
make a letiiin of all Teiilloilnl piup.
ut) In their possession.
The special eoiiimlssloii to f.i'il.e ,i
return to the tux collector Is nlreadv
head over heels In work, but the tak
ing of Intolces, as requited by tile litv
passed by the last Leglshtin , Iru. not
The depjilinciit heads will have to
go oter all Teultoilal piop'.ty 111 Ihelr
I ossesslon very eaiefiilly, as it It the
Intent or the law to get n Uiu on J is!
ttlmi the Teirltoiy ot.,18.
Tllaiik books ot all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Dtillotln
Bnlletta Butintsi OBm FkM 86Q,
Bu;iiHtn Eitwial Rom Pto 109,
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