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BUS1ISSS MEECTOEY '
Dr. Schurmann. Hours 3-9 n. si.
3-0 p. m. 224 Emma Square.
Yeo Sing Kcc-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Ili.ti-I mid t'nunhl.
For Walnnno. Wnl.ilui. Kiihiiku mid
"Way 8tntlnnH--D: in a ni , 3:2t .. in.
Tor Pearl City, Hwn Mill mid Way
Hlatlnna t7:3o a. re., 0-15 a. m ,
11:03 a. m., 2.1t p. m '320 p. in.,
EMS p. m.. $9:30 p in., 111:0 p. in.
Tor Wnhlawa u.ir, -i. in ami
y.ir. p. iii.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
"Wnlalua. and Wulaiiau '8:30 a. in..
. ,5:31 'p. ni.
Wrrlvc In Honolulu from Kwa Mill
and Pearl City 17:4(5 a. m., 8:3i
a. m., 10:.18 a. m., l:4u p. in., '1:31
Ji in., H:3t p. in., 7:30 p. in
Arrive Honolulu from Wuhlaws -
K.-3G n, in. ami D .11 p.
1 F.x. Sunday,
t Sunday Only.
Tlie tlnlclwa I linlted, a two hum
train (only flrst-i-Iass tickets hou
"red), lcnvcR Honolulu every Snudiij
at 8:22 n. m.r rrlu. ii!iik. nrrlvcn 111
Honolulu at in (i p. ip. The Limited
stops only ut Pcirl Ci(y nml Wiilnnati
. P. IlKMHON W C. SMITH
Alwavs on Hand. YouriT Fici.Fdiil-
try, Errs, Fresh Butter ahd ChecsL!
Sam WO fef CO.
King Street Mhri-et. Tel. 2&.
YOUMO TIM. Manager. j
The Encore Salconi
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATT0N serve yon.
COR. HOTEL and HUUANU.
manufactured from pure distilled va
ter. Delivered to any part of elty by
OAHU ICE AND ELICrBIC CO.,
Kewato. Telephone 623.
Delivered to residences
nnd offices at 25c per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
iu town the
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Qurcn Street :: :: ;; Honolulu,
m. PliiHlpg & Co
Wholesala Importers and Jobbers
AMERIC'AN UTIY 000D3
FORT and QVl CK STQ.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
503 S. BERETANIA SI.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVITED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specially. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
ar--gwr -a-agum yyj; manner
i Steinray 9
AIM J Wlllll.ll ri.UM to
THAYE 1 PIANO CO
IBS J107KL. HTftEKT.
Week! RuJieUn Si Per Yeai'
.i..vi '.N -
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
ine Factory iiotioiuiti wire uen
Co., 12H0 Alnpal St. Telephone
Bulletin Business Office Phone' 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 185.
now will put you in
a position of inde
pendence later on.
Begin today by
opening a savings
account with this
bank. We pay 4 1-2
per cent, interest.
?! opens an account.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Capital & Surplus $1,000,000.
Furniture, Iron Beds,
wyiiu rflniHurc to.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU.
Clias. "Si. Fiaziur
fhone 371. 122 King St.
BENNY S CO, Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
12RG Tort St.
EESOSTROW MUSIC Co.. Ltd.
rukuokdjo Hotel, Lilihn Street.
Su".v SUHM2R OUTING HAT at
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO. .
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California and
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
leases, Wilis, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
'. .- titif U!ti. SiXjIu t? akLii3&LK '
i "iV?t iiiiH
Thorough ventilation, comfortable
TWO SHOWS DAILY.
Admission 10c, 15c, 25c.
A ROMAN IDYL.
(The latter repeated by special re
quest.) Clmn"-c of mom-am three times a
week Monday, Wcdnes'day and Fri
day. Park Theater
Fort Street and Chaplain lane
Open Air Moioin Pictures
FORT, BELOW BERETANIA ST.
3 TIMES A WEEK 3
Admission . ... .10 cents
CMldrcn 5 cents
reserved Scats 15 cents
The New Open-Air Theatre.
, LATEST MOVING PICTURES
! AND THURSDAYS
Two entrances: Pauahi St. near
OPPOSITE THE EMPIRE.
The ideal paper for so
New stock just in.
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St. near P. 0.
Potted Plants Cheap for your Dec
oration Day work.
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
j WAH CHONG CO.
! DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
IWAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
(or all crops, climatio and soil con
litions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY nt Iwilel; Tel. 430.
Wo liavo for slilo Hack Set Itaigcd;-
Mzo t to 9 ft ; Hrldge & Hoaeh
'Supeilor Stoves:" Qua-H'1 iMeiil
nud Pi-rli'itlon oil stoves, Fattn
, , nrol'ers, Ciiup nnd I.aundiy
fctnves. Phono 211. HMMHLUTH
& CO., LTD., 115 Kins St.
GENIAL WILLIE IS
IN MUCH PILIKIA
LalDack Says Crawford I
Grafted $40 Off
It appear fiom the story lolil liv
l.nl Unci; that Willie Crnwfoid, In- ,
terpicter ami mcHFCiiKor in tiio or
flee or the City nml County Allnr-
ncy, Diiils his xnlnry Inmiinclont to I
Mtpport li I til In the xtyle to which i
lie hn lieen urcuHloinrd, and he linn j
ticcn forced to pad out hln Inroiuo
liy a little JudlclotlH graft As io-
lated in tho II u 1 1 c 1 1 n ypBionla,j
iiiu ciiiiii i iiiiu lliin iii'uii i.uai('ilii- .
ltd pending nn InvpstlRntlou Into the ,
diaries made iiRaltist mm. j
l.nl D.tclt supports his story liy
tho following nmdavtts:
Ten lion of Hawaii, Clt ami Cnuti
to nf Honolulu, at.
l.nl D.icli, In lmsl!i'.i it 1029
Mntinnkea htrret, und.T lli tlnn
name of Tin Wit, up JoivIpih. ImIhu
Hist duly swoi-.i. ilcpmra mid s.is. I
On Mnv :l. I90D. 1 vn nr:iaU'd
iliarKCil Willi KClllnR opium or pol- j
wincil ilrilRR The whip nfteinnoii
Wllllnni II. Crnwford met nip In
front nf Oiinnir Knn Ken stnrn mi the
jtddcwnlk and noUcil mo how imuli It
would tost mo to hire an nltorney to
defend my rnso. I then replied that
I cannot let you know at piesent. Two iIihh nfturv.'nnl Willie Craw
Then he, Crawford, said to me thnt'ru.d imiiip Into mv H'lie nBnln and
If I would pny him the sum of $IOjtnld to me mil In ttlk with nnonn
he would be willing to help me nut,
nnd would gunrnnteo lo ge the ease
drnpped. 1 said to him I had better
consult with the nthors, meaning
those nrrcsted nt about the name
ttmn nn llin Rfiiiie rlinrfrp. nisi tit
hire nn attorney to defend our case.
Then he said to me, nener you mind
the others, ou take enro of your
I own self. Then ho said, jnu better
look after your own matter or your
own raso. Then I said, I'll think It
lover, and wo parted. That night.
I May 3, about 8 o'clock, 1 looked for i
! Crnwford: 1 found hliii; 1 told him, I
j Mr Crawford, you need not trouble I
.nhniit tho matter; I will get in easo ,
I postponed tonmrrow. Then Craw
ford sulci, never mind: you belter
i tako eate of jnnr own rase, look
after jour own affnliH; get It Fet
tled Op Then lie continued tn In-
stsl that I Khoiild let him nettle -the 1
matter. Then I nfd,,liQ, I'd better
think It over before I promlso you.
Tho following morning, May I, u:
about fi:30 or fi. IS, I saw Win. II.
Crawford wall.lni; along tho Kwa j
side or .Mnuunk'j sticct, iiiaukn, on
the sidewalk. I was standing by
the. doorway of my shop. Then tin
nppio.iehcd tnwnidH me, crossing
the street, then he said to me, jnu
needn't spend money for an attoi -
ncy. I'll Kettle the ni.itlor up for
,Mhi. I told him, III think It ovci,
ami let jcu know or give jou a (Jell-
tilte answer nbout half past 8 In tho
morning At hulf p.ist 8
his olllep en llniiuiike.i street. I did
not ilnd him then' Then I went
down to tho Pollen Court. I lutcn
cd to !inc my case columned, post
poned. I saw Mr Crawfonl thero
with his smiling fine When my
inline was called In the iniirt tho In
tel pi eler told mo mv e.inn wan nol-1
pm-i-cd. Then I walked linrl; In,
my store. In tho iiflernoon of May
I, nbout half past I. lii.ain Craw
ford eniuo Into my slu ii with III
smiling f.ne nnd said to me: Von
I nro lucky. I replied In him, Ye-s
I lucky. When I said that he bat
jilown In tho ntorc nnd ns:;cu me. Say.
; how about that, I knew wlrit bo
meant; I told him them wiih itii
pioof against me. Hint u why thoy
uhopped my rase. Tiien vMr. Wll-
Ham Crawford said. It It wan hot
llhiough me your case would not
lunr been iiol-priMseil or illoppcd. '
Then 1 linked him, Wlial are Jnu do
ing here; what inn jou milting for? ,
I smiled, for I know what ho want-
ed. Then he put nut his hnnd, palm I
upwind, making motion nnd said, i
Money, dig up. Then I loll) him,1
Ultrn I fllttli't ..r.imln will I .ll.li.'t I
..... ....... . v. ,,", . .......
tell jou to do anything for me; I
didn't order you tn settle my o-iso;
the government- dioppcil my enso.
Then Willie Crawfonl Kilil to me. If
jnu nro not satlslled to pay mo tliki
$10 I will have jnu rearrested, nnd
rjulek, (no. I icplled, I'd better
think that over. Then 1 asked
Ciawfoid, How about this euto? I
didn't do any opium busliicm. And
he said tu me. There is a till of
o,duiu down ut tho pollio station
marked In tho u.uiio ul Tin Wo, tho
raid opium was hoiinlit by I.eoug
I.oy at jour shop, und ho Is tho In-
rormer. Cruwfiiril wenl on to say
I that he believed l.et,ng l.oy hud a
tin of opium in bin possession when
ho went lulu my stole und had put
up n Job on mo and fooled the de
tectives who were'on tho other Kldo
of the street WteiilhgVl TnoiPP-fold
him, Won, pii1 ihinii itoM'V'iiy aYiil
Iry.' TlioiPlit' half 'ilftb3'vj 'tlnft unW'
frN'OnlngI'Vaif (lxlng uli my SfeVbiftltU
.for the day tip the-vtm-o wherf'WH"
llahf Ci-.iwf.Shl vArne lo KtyiUK,' Wli1'
Dili., how lb If And I told Mm,
I'm not satisfied with tho story you
told iiiu. Then ho said, Well, you'd
k VjtM'&ikVu r-, u-f
This elder brother
TTW 1 I
how to pur
doctor, In real
her, anil her
told h or
tho one stand-
ard cough mcllclno for children
Is entirely free from narcotic.3 or
poison of any kind
poison of any kind. It is the great
remedy tho world over for colds,
coughs, croup, whooping-cough,
influenza, la grippe, and all-bronchial
Accept no pubstituto or cheap
and worthless imitation. I!o euro
you got Ayor's Cherry Pectoral.
Put up in largo and small bottles.
r,iit-W I, Or. 1. C h" & Ct., t,, Km . U.S. A.
hctter pay me Hint $10. Then and
tlicrc 1 pnld him $ in 'ill In cold coin,
tin f..nL- ilm mnnpv nml vnll:ril nut.
I When I Rave tho $10 l-i Wllll.iin
'('ni'vfnnl my liiotlier wim theie nml
mw IV inonev pass In Crnwford.
iimrprnlng this mat'.pi . Hint If I
did thprc might lip trouble. On
Wednesday nf this week. May 19. I
saw Crawfonl and called him Into
my stoic and tn'd him that I wns In
formed that he liiil cheated me out
of that $10. Crawfonl said to me,
II jnu think Hint. 1 1ml uelter take
j on to Mr llicwn to hm that Mr.
Ilrown has the money, tho $10, and
show that I haxc seltled your case.
Territory of Hawaii, City
ty of Honolulu, m.
l.,i S.ug, In buhtnexs
stieet. under tho iinino
of Tin Wo, as Jewelers, Doing first
duly swoin, ileposcn nml k.ij'h:
I know that some time ugn It wiih
ihnrgeil that opium was mid at our
store. I know William II. Crawfonl
On the night of May I. ,1909. 1 saw
him In' my store nbout 9:30 o'clock.
I saw him talking to my binther, Ah
Hack. I saw my brother give Wil
liam Crawford sotuo money. I saw
Willie Crawford take $10 from mv
brother. It was In gold coin. After
Crawfonl received tho money ho
went out I iiuli! sen It plainly. I
was not In the stoic when Crnwford
Clime in. When I camo Into the
store Crawford was thero talking
with my binther. I did not hoar
the conversation between them, hut
from what m bi other had told mo
heroic when 1 saw th money pass
supposed It whs in iPgunl to tbfl
opium east' L U SAMI.
WHITE HAN SUCCEEDS
IN SUGAR INDUSTRY
I'. M.'iNttell, Ills! dltector of the
lluu.illnu Sugar Pl.inlen.' Association
il-:.xp ilmelil Station, was a p-issenger
on the Mai uia bound for Kngl'ind. Ilr.
Mniucll Is coiiuicled with Hie Queens
1 rid goM-iiimi lital sen Ire with special
ti'lirenee In the sugar Industry of that
Stale. He is also a geiieuil agVnl for
the Federal gueiliuieut of Allstinlia
en I has home lmHirtant e'liuimUslous
In cm i v out during bis trip,
spunking of the while man In the
siig-ir luliistry Dr. Maxwell said In re-ipnn-e
In u quoiy as to the white man
,ih ii sir;:ir producer. "It la succeeding
belter than we had hoped." "Of coinsn
In my I'oMtlon," said Maxwell, "I have
lo point out when, they mtiy make
fallmes .Hid hcu Hint they do nol go loo
far." This evidently by way of expla
nation that some of his written com
incut had been pessimistic. "Hut the
I whilo mini Is doing the work and doing
very nell The Australians an de
termined lu holding theirs as a white
THE ART THEATER.
A gem In the way or u (oloied film
Is "Itimi.in Iryl" at the Alt Theater
thin evening. The siluallutiH and
(iiloilugs are excellent. "Julius
Caesar" Is. Instructive and euteitalu
Ing. THE EMPIRE THEATER.
Manager Overeud has no com
plaint to mako In legard In the pa
tronage nf tho I'mplre, except that
ho wishes that lie bad enough seats
for tho Satuiday hlght eiowd. "The
Ktml Kiss" la one of tho runniest
dllms ever put on In Honolulu.
""'I'!' . am .
" Vop' ALOHA PARK.
. K.. Ill
''KveryihliiK Is iiinnlng smoothlv
aV'Alob.i I'.ul. unit The pi lie I'
''Vfii) prettv i. In n lb.htLd up, and
tho film, am a. I now r..ui lutcicst
v fa Ts . . m 1
U(Trt ft WANTED I tOJt SAL A
in i . rux ' i ..
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rZ"m 'X TT m m A T I I H I B
TBiWX A 11 M
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
Tor few months -Nicely furnished
cottage on WalkIM llench. Ad
drees P. O. llox 207. 4317-lw
Wanted to Kent Furnished cot
tage with thrco lied rooms, to
sponslhlo party. Address C. 0.
liy a commercial home, n first class
bookkeeper, for a permanent, re-1
Kponhlo position. Address A Y..
i:ei)lod to make money by plant
lug couMiiutk. In.iilrn for jl.ints,
llox 102 l.lhtit. Kaunl. 4! 90 -if
Clean wiping rags at the Dulletlo of
fice. SITUATION WANTED
Dm log Summer vacation by boy of
15. lias i nine knowledge of short
band nnd typewriting Stole or
olllte prcfened. Address llo,
Hill let In. I313-Ct
liy a joung lady as iiKlsiant book
keeper or clerical work of niiv
kind. (lood references. Addiccs
(5. I)., lliilletlu nlllee. tf
while catuea brooch.
II ii 1 ! o 1 1 h olllco for
Lost Illnek leather watch fob,
with gold cnl. monnginni W. It.
II.; suitable reward if returned In
this oincc. nir,-ct
K of P. cottages, 2 story, new, Un
ion street nnd Oardcn lane; close
tn ImslncKH; no uid tu keep up;
nn car fine. Klectrlc lights and
gnn. Apply to J. M. McChesney,
.HI Merchant tlrcct. 1319-lf
Deslinble, tool, amosiiulln pioot
looms. Apply 23C King St., bet.
Alaken and llichards sis.
Hoom and board In private finally;
Inquire at 732 Klnau street, near
Alapln. Terms renionablc.
Modern li-ioom house, good
Hon; $18 per month; It:
inc. Inquire on picmlses
At the end of car line on the beach,
furnished house; four bed-rooms;
electric lights. Addiess "N,"
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n olllco.
House of six rooms; gas and electilc
light; nice garden; rent reason
able. II Iii t'nlon st. 4320-3t
Well-furnished housekeeping rooms,
lino low. Apply 700 Quarry St..
cor. Alapal. 4293-tf
Furnished uiltnge In Kiidolanl Park
nn the bearh. Address S., Hul
lo t I li. iSOS-tf
Twn furnished n.oms. 107IA l.lke
111(0 St., near Campbell I.ano.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnetl, 1223 Knima St.
Furnished cottiigo in town. Iiuiulio
Cottiigo (Irove. Phone 10S7
REAL ESTATE TP.ANSACTI0NS. I
Entered for Record May 21, 1909,
from 10:30 a. m. to -1:30 p. m.
Chns. II, Slemseu nnd wf to (icorgc
I, Dosha, Sr Tr ....?!,
.olio K Mjers und wf to llawn Trust '
Co. T.lil D
lle.il Kstiitn Hxchungo Ltd tu Allen i
& Hobiuson Ltd M
Illshop & CM tn I.onlse P llap-il el
M lllga et ill tu Ohm Sugar Co Ltd CM
K Oslilru tn Olaa Sag Co Ltd . . . CM ,
Leo Kill to Olaa Sag Co Ltd .... CM j
Isas.ika in Olaa Sag Co Ltd CM ,
Tnshlmu lo Olaa Sug Co Ltd
Tonula tu Olaa Sug Cn Ltd . .
Otsakn In Olaa Sug Co Ltd .
Nngal tu Olaa Sug Co Ltd
Yotdilkl in Olaa Sug Co Ltd .
Arakl tn Ol.ia Sug Co Ltd
Kudu tn Olaa Sug Cn Ltd
Honda to Ol.i.i Sug Co Ltd .
Henukatna to Olnti Sag Co Ltd
FuJisaka to Olaa Sug Cn Ltd
Annie K Hall nml hsb to Tieut Tr
Cn Ltd .- M
Entered for Record May 25. 1339,
from 8:30 a. in. to 10:30 a. ni.
Mm Il.imm-Young Cn Ltd tu Anthony
V Slovens IIS
A V Slovens lu James P Lynch ..CM
LM of II P Iliblmp by Tr et ill to
Territorj of Hawaii I)
August II I.nniljtrnf nnd wf In Cen
tral Mill Co .11
I M I evj to ii I bhau . . AI.
Samuel P Woods and wf u Samuel
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vertisements Inserted for Less Than
Cholie itl lei t Ion of stamps I admit
3,000) Address It'll II u I 1 e -till
20,000 Ciico.imus Just arrived oa
schooner Concord, from Fanning
Island. Miller Salvage Co. P. O.
llox 627. 12SJ-lf
One and tvo-lhlrdi ihick of enffpo
bind, with lmiirnniiip:its thereon,
dtuited I'l llolii 'on ICi nn. Iln
wnll Addrrst Ml' II II"'.!, Hell.
I "I In. nklv-lm
i FOE S AUS
Small Faruis and
HmiK-'li :nl et II inula wllbln
pin ti' I tio'u ltallio.nl delKil.
cnliliiiiilliK s lien h in g'"1 agrl
cnlliinil land, and a Ik.icIi Iioiiso
and fit: nit hi !. incliidliiR piano.
Iloilbc Is I o stories high anil
situate 1 in It" in tin (inverti
meiit Itoad nioa.id til J Ihlnnl.
Five nnd a hair ncron up Mtinu.i
Valliy. planted wlih Alligator
Penis. Mnngu. IMpiln and lla
nana treei. AImhiI $ I Bint wnrllt
nf ferns, palms, rinwem and veK-etnlili-a
in grent variety grow,
lug on the promises. A Cottnge,
Carriage House, Servants' Quar
tern and Stuhle. and two g'sict
wells on the place
A lino location for a gardener m
lloilst. Price, $3.1i0.
About ." acres, sltu.tlo within a
quarter of a mils fii'iu ' ''i,r
line. A small c Ulngf. chicken
house. :C00 gal. tank and fenceil
ami ciiish rencol. . Hovorninent
water connected, aho u well on
tho premlres. About 2 acres nru
planted with nlfalfa and about
60 fine 4 year old crtton trecH
growing there. Hon1 for chick
en ranch, pig ranch or small
dairy. Price, $3500.
A Pineapple rnnrh, red soil, over
Kin ncri'M In area. Co rterus eiil
IHaleil nnd planted; 10 iicren
with i loli dark green pliicappln
plants; fl acres In limes, break
rrult. pnpila and Ubiortod trult
trees; twn springs and water
streams with IS acres or rich
bottom vegetable laud. Will
pay for Itself in two yearn.
IS acres of good tillable land
with colliige, servuulM iinrtera,
water tnuk and frnriiiK. ide. olc.
Murt bo sold: a bucilli.
9 acres lino arable lands.
About l'i acies. fronting on tho
Kallhl sticct, il.inli'd with Unto
und liuniina trees. A house or
3 bedriKims, a stable nml cblrk'iii
I houses nnd llio reiirlug on tho
2S'j acres line
9 acres Iniid. '.'
pi In- $:.2',n.
or wbleh Is
Pile. J Mill
rice hind with
82 S. King St.
llclirj Willerliuiise Tril t Co. Agents.
I'.iclllc Mutual Life llii.ur.llii n Co.,
Honolulu. T II
(icntlemen. I herewith b.-g to ae
know ledge receipt of jour cheek for
$1,000.00 In payment of tho Pullcj held
by .Mrs. W. C. Peacock on tho life nf
tho late Walter Clnmborlaln Peacock.
The pi oofs of death went forward
i early In April, and by lelurii mall I
iccohcd a cheek la full HOtllemmit of
' the c'nliu, and I tun' wish In thank
, tho Paclflo Mutual 1. 1 to Insurance Co.
.tbiuugh Jim nn buhalf of Mm. W C
I Peacock for the exceedingly prompt
I bcttlemcnt of the claim
it i iircni.Y
Bulletin Business Oflicc Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
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