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BVESMNO, BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TIIE3DAAY, JULY 13, 1009.
' WEEKLY CALENDAR'
Honolulu Chapter Past Matter
and Most Excellent Matter.
All visiting membvri of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1 0. 0. F.
Meets ivery Monday evening at
f:30 In I. 0. O, P. Hall, Fort Btreet.
13. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
V. D. WICKK, N. O.
Air visiting brotberi very cordially
0AHU I0DOE, No. 1, Ki of P.
Meets every first and third Prl
lay evening at 7:30 In K. o( P. Hall,
corner Kort and Ueretanls. Visiting
Orotbera cordially Invited to attend.
V. It. NUO.EKT, a. C.
U. U0SL1NQ. K. n. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 016, n. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Ilrothcrs nro cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
II. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K,ofF.
Meets every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
renlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot V.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretania. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McGREW. C. 0.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. It. 8.
EONOLUIU AERIE 140. F. 0. X.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
X:S0 o'clock In K. of P. HaII, corner
Beretania and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invltod to at
tend. W. M. McCOY, W.. Prest,
H. T. MOOHE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month nt KnlRhts of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend. .
Ij. A. PERKY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
Can be made to last
longer and keep more
correct time if prop
erly attended to at
Tegular intervals by a
man who thoroughly
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
US Hotel St.
At All Watcbdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.,
ort ana laercnant sis.
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
BULLETIN ADS PAY
We are in Una with the
best assortment of
In the market All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the. kind ypn, I
Lehnhardt'i Candies always
Klnp and Fort Sts.
Phone 131. '
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Stamping-, Embroidery and No
tions. Shirtwaists, Gloves and Un
derwear. Orders taken.t'or all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 387.
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY'
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY'
Boston Building, Port St.
The latest ponular sheet
music of the day; standard"
and classic music. We hare
a complete stock at lowest
Musical Instruments of all
Hawaiian ' News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
Made up in all styles.
Fort and Beretania Sti.
Will do it
Men's Laundry Work
The French Laundry.
J. Abade, Prop., 228 Beretania- St.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Phone 22 .
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
Mrs. E. M.TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
A. B. ARLEIGH C0 LTD.
Hotel St., Opp. Union.
LOCAL AND IENEI1L,
The 11 u 1 I e t I n makes Its own
scratch pads, makes them- good- and
big and 'sella them for-flve cents.
Ten good luto-backt. Phen 8.- -
Mrs. A. F. Judd.wa booked to leave
on the llllontnn this morning.
Deputy Marshal Holt left today ou
the MkunaiKcfl on, a business trip.
Take your carriage or autouiobll
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., foi
up-to-date repairs. '
Hen K. PoeKo died lately in tho
Queen's Hospital of gangrene and corn
M mom's Is the store for long coats and
shirtwaist!, this week. A third off In
J. T, Molr, manager of Honokaa plan
tatlou, was nmong-thc outgoing pas
scngers today on the. Ms una Kca,
Inter-lslandand O. Rf ' I shipping
books for sale at the Bulletin
office, (0 each.
Two for one, two,ynrds of lace for
the price of ono(nt Killers', Lace Sale,
beginning next Monday, July lDthi
General Murray, U, S. Ai, accompa
nied by Mrs. Murray, departed this
morning orrthe Matsomllncr Hllonlan;
Captain Catlcn, U. S. A., who has
been. on the island. on business, salted
this morning for the- States.. He left in
Thero.wlll he a wonderful display of
night blooming cercus at the Punshou
hodgo tonight; The buds arc Just
ready to open.
Coat your Iron roofs with, "Arabic.''
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative, properties California
Feed Co., agnts.
Rev, J. T. Jones,, pastor of' the Meth
odist church, sailed today on the Man
na Ken for the other Islands. Ho was
accompanied by Mr J. Jones.
C. Ki Wilcox and wlfo arc hooked. to
)cavo on tho Klnau this afternoon. for
Kauai. The Klnau sails at 5 o'clock
taking, besides passengers, mall and
Deputy U. 8. .Marshal Holt weal, to-
day to Maul to sono condemnation
papers in tho llgbthouso proceedings
nt Pauwcla Point. Deputy Irwin go
lo Illlo, also on oluclal business
Governor Frcar had- for guests, at
dinner last night Major and Mrs.
Deechcr, B. Ray, who in tho evening
attended tho Darrach recital as tho
guests of Governor and Mrs. Frcar.
Captain Johnson, tho popular conii
mandcr of the Hllonlan. was a passon.
gcr on her this moroliu. Ho accom
panied by Mrs. Jnhii.inn, will take a
vacation upon their arrival In San
Among tho passengers who sailed to
day on the Mauna Kca, was Mr. Ir-
win, united States Deputy Marshal,
Ho went to Hawaii, on official business
connected with tho United States gov.
eminent.. He,wlll. return, on Saturday,
Tho latest popular sheet music, as
well as .standard and classical music in
sheet form and.' folios In full assort
ment nt Hawaiian News Co., Alexander
leading contractors tho ones who
look to their customers' Interests all
recommend "Congo Roonng" as tho
best roonng material on tho market.
It' Is sold by Lowers & Cooke, Ud.
$100;000 FOR- CITY HALL.
(Continued 'from Pm11
far away. If a municipal building Is
erected thcro, next lo the federal !:ullJ:
wgf u win do easy or access, and will
mskca Wall street' off Morchant. Prac
tically, all, of'thoclty and county busi
ness la transacted In, the morning,' and
tho.pcoplo would havo'to faco tho'sun
going towards a building' located' on
the goro slto. And wo should build a
first clasK building, one. that' would
all of. tho. city and. county offices.
To Mayor Fern'tho credit belongs for
starting tho. agitation originally In fav
or of 'a Clty Hall, for it has been a pot
thcmo'wlth him; and he Is strongly In
favor of' erecting n substantial, munic
ipal building In which' all of the' city
and county offices can bo located.' At
tho present time, howover, ho docs
not wish to talk n tho subject.
' Oovernor 'Frear favors tho gore lot
sito for a city building, stating, that It
would contrlbuto to the civic center
In. that part of tho city. Ho maintains
that It would be-In-a: central location.
Tho Governor and Superintendent
waiuiucii navn mil power wnen It
comes to tho exchange of public; lands.
Tho plan, although not complete, lo
to bond tho city and county for, $100,
000 at a low, rato of Interest, payable
In nvo to ton years. A' meeting will bo
held soon at which somothlng dodnlto
will bo docldod. " .
If, Hiiokfeid'& Co., tho local agents
for the Paclflo Majl llnor Korea, yob
terday received, u cablo statipg that
sbo would lie hero July 20th. Sho
sailed' from Yokohama July 10, bring
ing 950 tons of freight for this port.
Sho will tnlto away from here 70 eabln
passmiKors to tho States.
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Bulletin Buiinest Offl'ce Phone 256
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
VirfmCi iMf,.' ti tt.-if
BtAri&fe for onon.fiT.nvifrp.
CITY TRANSFER CO.
JAS. H.LOVE. .
FOR INCOME M
WASHINGTON, July 12. By a vote of 317 to 14 tho Houso has
passed the Senate rcolutlon submlttlngthc constitutional amendment
relating to tho Income tax to the different! states.
' siti'i m K
TEST THAW.'S BRAIN AGAIN.
WHITE,PLAINS, New York,,July 12. If counsel can agree on tho
pehsonnel, a commission of thrce'nllcnlsts will be npiolntcd to decide
the question of Harry Thaw's, sanity.
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REDUOE CORPORATION TAX.
WASHINGTON, July 12i At a White House conference today It
'was decided to redraft the corporation tax nmondment; reducing the rato
from two per cent to one.
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TO RECALL DIPLOMAT.
BUENOS AYRES. July 12. The Argentine Minister to Id Pas will
be recalled unless complete satisfaction for the j-ecent disturbances bo
Ring up. Telephone 588; Wood and Coal. Store
XST A , Fue1' Quality and Quantity the aim.
Drayintr, Express and '4! S J? g T.
General Tranportation.Excavatiw;i'and- Fillintr ''
Oeneral, Contracting. ' 0. W. McDOUOALL. Prop
Johnson Is Passenger
Having on. board her a compiratlvcly
smalt amount of freight from Hono
lulu, the Matron liner Hllonlan, Cav
tain Frederickson, nailed this morning
at. 10 o'clock for San Francisco. Cap
tain Johnson, tho regular master of
the llnor, who Is very popular with
Ilonnlulusns, left on 'her, accompanied
by Mrs. Johnson. Thoy wcro heavily
laden with lels, tho gifts of their num
General Murray, U. S. A., chief of tho
Coast Artillery, accompanied by Mrs.
Murray, wcro among tho dopartlng pas
sensors. Marshall Darrach, well known
hern ,also sailed for tho States.
Captain Corwln P. Recs, command
ant of tho naval station, callod'on Gen
eral Murray and Mrs Murray,- beforo
the steamer left..
i Tho Illlonlan'a cargo consisted of
600 tons of refined sugar, tho sanio ot
raw, about 2000 bunches ot banana,
and several thousand crates of fresh
As tho steamer pulled out Into tho
stream, the Hawaiian band, stationed
near the rnakal side of tho wharf,
played tho popular "Aloha Oo,"
(Continued from-Paze 1)
of tho high-handed-work in tho faco of
tho order of the court.
Tho dlscovcrlos growing, out ot tho
hold-up of tho man at Walpahu by
pickets of the High Wage combination
are most startling.
Police authorities havo possession of:
tho ticket, by which a man was able to
get out' of town when Issued to him.
and without- which he could not' go.
They have tho, books kopt by tho men
along the road showing how perfect
pnd sharp was the Hurvelllanco under
which tho Japanese of the city nro kept
by this organization' that has sot tho
law of thet country aside and estab
lished a governing system of Its own.
Tho whole thing'has opened out Into
a now Held that Is astounding In Its
revelations of what has been carried
on and nowoxlsta among tho Japaneso
of tho city.
Vory general arrests will jioon lio
mado and It may bo thai somo very
prominent persons will flnd.themsolvcs
Implicated In, tho net (hat will bo
drawn about tho. men who havo ob
viously violated tho order of tho court
and did not expect the' harrier of tec
rccy to ho broken down.
The American-Hawaiian freighter
Toxan Is scheduled to saM from Boat-tie-for
Honolulu' on July 22. sho will
bring a coimldorubly largo shipment of
Aktf pwomt mttmwp.! nv
SENT TO. MARKET
tt About 250,000 tons ot the sugar tt
XX crop of tho Islands has cither tt
tt been mnrketed or Is on thu way. U
XX This leaves, according to tho os- tt
tt'tlmato of thosu in authority, up- XX
ttpioxlmitcly 190,000 tons to bett
tT handled by tho Sugar Factors tt
f Company. XXA
iX Tho crop this year has gone, tt
tt forwnrd quite well although thero tt
tfliSH been somo congestion. Up to tt
tltlio present tlmo tho price has tt
tt avoraged well In tho vicinity of-tt
tt'3.80 for tho year. Under orriln- XX
tt'ary clrcumMaucos tho price, tt
tt should advance at the present tt
tt tlmo and although It Ih strong at tt
tt 3.92 tho condlton of sugar In Cuba tt
K' Is holding tho price from flying tt
K high. tt
Tho disturbance, on boar! tho Ger
man steamer "Flenshurg," which took
plnco on Sunday and of wn'i'.l; full ic
ports appeared In theso pages, Is
having n very quiet fiquo!. The thrco
sailors aro still hold under arrest but
no charges havo been prefenud against
them. Tho pollco nuthorltci state tint
It Is now up to tho acting Oerman Con
ii.! (Jcorgo Rodlck, to prefer ;hnigcs.
If any prceoutlon Is to bo uuKCcdc.l
The following letter has been re
ceived by the Department ot Public
Hon: W. II. Dnbbltt, Superintend
ent of -Public Instruction. Sir:
Knclosedi plcaso constitute nnd ap
point, as "Agent to Grant Marriage
Licenses for. their districts."
Their names are (1) Timothy K.
Plpl, for tho district of South Ko
haln, Island of Hawaii; (2) James K.
Nalhl, for tho district of North Ko
hala, Island of Hawaii.
Tho Graco of our Lord Jesus Christ
bo with you. Amen.
THOMAS'S. K. NOKANELUA,
District Magistrate of
South Kohnli etc.
THIS AFTERNOON at 5 oclock. tho
army transort Thomas, which wl'ro
Icskcd In yesterday, will arrivo from
San Francisco with 283 hags of mall
for. Honolulu. Among tho passcngorsJ
to arrivo on her aro fifty-soTen recruits,
twentytwo' for tho Infantry at Fort
Shaftor, and thlrty-flvo for tho Lcllo
hua garrlbon. There aro soven first
class passongcrs on board her. Her
enrgo consists of-thlrty-Boven tons of
J. P. Morgan," Simon Guggenheim
and Ocorgo W. Perkins, arc said to
havo chartered tho eteamor Yucatan
for a trlp.,to Alaska tho coming sum
mer. Tho-lwat will bu elaborately
lelltted for thu paity.
W. W. AHAMA CO.
02 S. King St
,1 .xi Hi 'jHnVm itti nai . :i.'-k! luu
IN FOREIGN' PORT
Tuesday, July 13.
SAN FRANCISCO 8allcd JJuly 13:
S. S. Columbian, for Honolulu.
S. S. Enterprise, for Illlo.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived July 13:
8. 8. Alameda, 3 p. m., henco July 7.
8. S. Mongolia, 4 p. m., henco July 7.
NITRATK PORTS flallcd'July 13:
Rktne Olympic, for Honolulu.
AttMiw ,h, f or wi""r'":,i:' "
uoyic ami c. Mr Thomas of tho im
ternat Revenue olhce, who returned
from Kauai Sunday, blind pigs nro
profltnblo to others beRldd tho owners,
tho snmo meaning tho government.
Out of tho ICOOO brought back by tho
Collectors a good part was rotel In
from those 'Who preferred to, gamble on
tho chance, of Unc!e Sam coming
around1 with his Inquisitive propensi
ties only occasionally rather1 than pay
a regular license. Moonshlning on tho
Garden Island Is also In ovidenco In
their report. Arrests nro expected to
follow In a great many canes for viola
tion of the In tern ill Revenue laws.
Last evening Chief Detccllvo I.cal
mndo n smart capture when ho ar
rested Chun Do Wong nml Yeo Sung
Ung on a charge of highway robbery.
Tho circumstances connected with
tho robbery appear to havo originated
In n jKiker game In which tho two
aforementioned nnd another Korn.in
link, Chong Wing cngagod In n house
on Vlnoyanl street; It appears that
tho last mentioned man wnm nil the
money and on his way home tho two
losers waylaid and robbed him.
At police headquarters It is reimrt-
cd that tho two nccuscd admit having
been engaged In a flsht with link but
deny having robbed him. They nro be
ing held for Investigation.
(Continued from Pan 1)
back to Washington on tho Alameda,
but Kuhlo must have thought differ
ently because, ho did not go.
So, tho Delegate may havo snn.o op
position from tho plncapplo men if
their tariff on canned pines docs not
get through tho Conference Commit
tee. If It does, thoy will of courso
forget that they wanted Kuhlo tii re
turn on tho Alameda.
Tho Delegate's friends bcllevo that
ho never was very much pleased with
tho Washington post. In fact It Is
claimed that ho has always wanted to
tako chargo of his property affairs and
he now has tho opportunity ns tho ma
jority of tho Kaplolanl Estato trustee
aro said to tako that Wew.
As for Republican candidate Sena
tor Chtlliiigworth says "No" In loud
toncB to evcryono ho meets and those
who know him well don't, bclicvo it.
John Iino seems tho moat likely Ha-wnllan-Rcpubllcan
In tho crowd. Then
there is Jack Atkinson, who might be
in tho swim as a dark horse. If Alex
Robortson would say ho would make
tho run, ho could have tho backing of
tho wholo business community in a
minute. Rut Robortson Iisb had
enough of It according to all accounts.
In Democratic circles tho withdrawal
of Kuhlo Is regarded as u ray of hope.
Coupled with this Is tho record of
history that whatever tho iiolltlcal
comploxlon of n Congress that passes
a tariff bill tho noxt ono Is of tho op
posite. John C. Lnno stated this inoruinn
that ho was strongly opposed to thu
Dclegato's Intention of withdrawing as
Delcgato to Congress. Ho said Hint
Bliould Kalan'lanaoto rotlro, it will bo
tho defeat of the Republican party, so
far as tho Hawaiian votes nro con
"It is a big mlstako for tho Prlncu
to withdraw from running as Dolcgato
to congress," said Lnno. "I am stren
uously opposed to his withdrawing,
.T,l,lfltlfr fmm t.l ....... ... .
-..,.... .,. ol tuiivurBuuuii i navo
nan with n largo number of Hawaiian
party leadurs, I can boo that bin with.
dniwol means tho defeat of tho Ho-
puuucan party, so far an tho Hawaiian
votos aro concerned."
Lnno holloves that tho Democrats
will, havo a brlghtor prospect at tho
coming campaign. Hut If tho Prluco
decides to stay by the Republican par
ty, and run again as tho people's Del-egato-to
Congress, it will be a Republican-victory.
THE INTEU-1SLAND stenmeiB Mau
na Kea und Mauna Loa left nt nonii
today for Maul and Hawaii ports. In
thu nfternooii nt 5 o'ejock tho Klnau
will lenvo for Kauai, while tho Mille
nnia will go to Mnloknl mid Mnnl
aLlK.2r cartfS?n " "
p.m. M a.m. a.m. p. m Rlsri
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1.1 I 37-20 0 IS A M 9 ('J ft !J (, It '2 IS
ii J -.'j. i i ii (i i 9 ra a s; on 2.vi
it JW2 ilo; no 10.11 fj All ai;
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17 l'2'2.t 3 27 SA211 t.t 3 W Oil Set
l I At '2.0 l'.S 9 St' S'JU C II II
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90 minutes slowor than Greenwich
lime, being that of tho meridian of 157
legrecs 80 minutes Tt o time whlstla
blows at' 1:30 p. m., which Is the same
as Greenwich, o bourn 0 minutes. Sun
und moon are for local time for tfle
Monday, July iz.
Stmr. James Makco, for Molokat auj
Kona ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Noenn, for Kaunt irU.
Tuesday, July 13.
M, N, S. 8. Hllonlan, Frcdcrlckon,
for San Francisco, 10 n. m.
Stmr, pinmia Loa, Slmcrson, for Ko
iio and Knu ports, 12 noon.
Slmr. llnurm Ken, Freeman, for Illlo
und way ports, 12 noon.
6AILINQ TODAV I
Slmr. Klnau, Gregory, for Kltual
ports, 5 p. in;
Slmr. Mlkahala, for .Vldoknl and
Muni ports, 5 p. in.
u o. a. r. inumas, from Ban Iran
Cisco, 5 p. m.
S. 8. Roma, from Port Harford.
j DUE THUR8DAY i
Slmr. Claudlnc, from Maul ports,
P. M. 3. 8. Asia, Gankrogor, fiom
Htmr.'Stnuim Ken, Kiccinnii, from
Illlo nnd way ports, a. in.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman, for
Maul nnd Hawaii ports, July 13, 12 ni.
O. Enrlo Kelley nkd wiro, A. G. M.
Robertson and' wlfo, MIbs Robinson,
;ibh wigui, josopn syplicr, F. linn
son, Mrs. Taney. Miss llostnl, Mlsi
Adams, Miss Swnnzy. Miss Kroff, O.
H. CaBtlo. Geo. R. Carter, Jr.. Fred
Shlnglo. Mrs. It. W. Shingle, Mrs. Mnt
tlo Shlnglo, Miss A. I Johnson, Miss
B. M. Arthur, Miss Rafforty, Miss
Richards, Miss Schlcshcr, Miss llrldge.
Miss Travis, Mrs. Ingham, Miss Kucha
Ingham, Idrs. Hertzog, MIhh Knrln,
Miss Carow, Mlns Esther Aklnn, Miss
Snraholo, Mrs. Stewart und child, MIks
Glady Haln. C. Aklna. R. II. Crawford,
Mrs. Harrison nnd 5 children, Mrs.
Selma Kinney. Mies K. E. Durnhnm,
Mrs. J. W. Wndmnn, Mrs. J. T. Jones
Oscar Mamar and wlfo, Mrs. Wood'
Deal, F. M. Nlohols and wlfo, W IT
Crowchaw and wlfo, W. E. Drown T C
ninckwcll. Mrs. O. A. 'Mnrtln and 2
children, J. Vincent, Rev. J. T. Jones,
MIbs Elslo Schacrcr. Mrs. F. I, Eld
rldgo, Mrs. Moss, F. I.. Eldrldge. E. do
Ronlzky nnd wife. Misses Kokl (3)
Mrs. nuoker, Miss Jcnnlo Lnlakea!
Per M. N. 8. 8. Hllonlan, for San
FranclBco, July 13. Mrs. Aug. Hum
burg and child, Mrs. C. 8. Clinton and
child C. B. Shields and family, General
Murray, U. 8. A., wlfo and 2 daugh
ters; Capt. Cullcn, U, S. A.; V N.
Holmes, Misses Harper, MIbs 8, U I)y.
Ington, J. D. Hurst, Marshall Darrarh,
Miss C. L. Sturgcs, Mrs. A. F. Judd,
Mlsa Hcrg, Mrs. RoblnBon, Mr. nml
Mrs. Bayers, Mrs. B. Jncobson, Mlsa
Courlaender, Mr. McCormlck. L. K.
Thayer, Mr. Smith, II. p. Fayo, II. c.
Per stmr.xMaunn Iji.i Rlmorcm. r..
Knna-Kau mirts. Julv 13. 15 m in,.
Klioim. Miss M. Aona, Emma Mullhow.
John Matthew, Mrs. W. K. Wall. Mrs.
J. 15, Heck, Mis. Koonaa, Mrs, Orubo,
Leo Kwong Yeo, Leo Young Fun, Y,
muii mug, ii. wnituinn, c. It. Lothroi
. O'llricn, L. E. Thayer nml wlfo, W
Per stmr. Noeau. Julv l. San. i,..
klnl, R. Rlodoll.
Per stmr. Klinu, Gregory, for
Kauai, July 13. 5 p. m.-Mrs. II, Iin'lng
and nurso nnd Infnnt, H. Glttol c M
Watson, C. A. Alston, A. Conslehlo.'c!
K. Wilcox und wlfo, Mrs. K. J. Water
man, child nnd hcrvunt, Miss Mclntyro.
Mrs. C. II. Olson, Miss A. Mmiglo"
Per Htmr. Mlkahala .Tullott. for M ,
A play with Tnmmnny aH tho Mllhm
Is planned for New York ,, ,. , .,.
o the voters to support the repubMcau
185 editorial rooms jj n bu$),
ne.s office., These are the'lsl.phon.
numbers of th Bulletin office.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycn
.- r M,vi , ucmpiete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
in fit. owiie South Ii ,