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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, AUGUST 23, (MS
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Piano taught in 6 months, $3 month
(S lessons), Spccl.il ntluulun adult
beginners'. "Teacher," Bulletin 'nice.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu wire Bed
Co., 12G0 Alapal St. Telephone
Otto Oss Carpenter, Jobber and
Contractor. Phone 15C3. 1420
Victoria St. 4321-im
Yee Sing Kee-Piunber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
4 '' (OUTWARD.
Tor Walanne, Wnlilim, Knbuku and
Way Slut Ions "9: IS a.'ra . 3:20 p. tn.
Tor Pearl City, Kwa Mill and Way
Stations 17:30 a. m, 916 a. m,
"11:05 a. m( 2:1S p. ra . 320 p m.,
5:16 p. m 3:30 p. in., tll:00 p. tn
For Wahlawa 9ilB a. in. and
C:J5 p. ni.
Arrive Honolulu trom Kahmku,
.Wahlua unit Wul.inao 8:30 a. m..
..5:31 p. m.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Pcnrl City t":4G a. m, 8:36
a. m., "10:33 n. tn , 1.:40 p. tn. 4:31
P m., S:3l p. in, 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu, from Wahlawa-
8:3G a. m. and 5:3l p. m.
t Ei, Sunday.
t Sunday Only
The H.ilulwn United, n two bom
train (only first class tickets hon
nred), leaves. Honolulu overy Sundav
at 8'22 n.. m.; .returning, arrives Ju
Honolulu at ItltlQ p, in. Tho Untiled
stops only at Pearl City and Walanao
. P. DKNI80N. If. C. OMITII.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATTON serve yon. ,
COO. HOTEL and NUOANU.
manufactured, from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAltU (CE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone,, 628.
Delivered to residences
and offices -at 25o per
hundred in lO-lb.'lots
W.. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St
"OF ALL' BINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER. '
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: : Honolulu
M. Phillips & Co"
Wholesale. Importer land. Jobber
""kunOPCAN AND , . . '
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FORT and QUr.CN 8T8.
Bamboo Furnlfurt'Made'' to Order.
Picture Irvnin a Specialty.
.683 S.BEBETANIA IT.
flONOIiULU IRON WORKS
. improved and Modern SUGAR JsA
CE1NER7 of every capacity and'de
loriution made to order. Boiler wirk
and RIVITED FIFES for.irrigtion
purposes a specialty. Farticala.' at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
?air executed at shortest notioe.
F. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California feid
Nev York"; NOTARY ' PUBLIC ;
Grant Marriage licenses;. Draws
Mot tinges. Deeds,' Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills,' Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. '79 MERCHANT.ST,
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
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THAVM PIANO CO.
U 1M UOTBL, BTREVr.
l Phono t8.
' 1'tIVlNO QUiHANTlUD.
r Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial -Room-Phone 185.
. , ( ,i f. sit
German or French conversation
guaranteed In f weeks. Address
Prof, Mathew, 70 Young Bldg.
la. Call up
Nulianu and Faudhl 8ts.
phone 097 If ou want a cook,
good hoy or servants. ' "
Duisenberg A Farrar, Architects, 62
63 Aloxander Young Building.
The Industrial Edition of the
ready for mailing. SO "cents at"Bnl.
Uetin office"' "
Means, ;on can get us by that tele
phone number, a
,,fc Co.; .....
jewelers and Watchmakers.
i'37" merchant' street" "
First-class residence property, sit
uated at Pawaa on King and Ypung
streets. Building In first-class or
der and connected with artesian water.-
Electric liut and gas. Also
Kapiolani Park 'ots and improved
property at Hauula and other prop
Edward Everett Hale;
BROWN &.LYON CO., LTD.
It 4 ' 1 n ' k t
"King-Street Ewa of Fishmarket,
ORY-GOODS 'AND FUENISHINP
'GOODS of EVERY DK- !
.'"SCRIPTION.' '. "" '
I i 2 1' !
Territorial Board of
' ' Immigration
Office '403' Stangewald Bide.
I J j U l.4f
The Fittest Bathing on 'the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
rINE,MlQnOES, AND. CIGAli.
W. 0. BERGIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES, ,nd DB1HKI
i, v place ui town.
The frastiion Salqon
; 'Hotel Bt.-near. Fort-
ek Scully: ' '" Tack Roberts
OHIO CLOTHES CLEANING, CO.
Ladies' and gents' clothes and
loves cleaned. Contracts $1.50 per
Honth.'four suits,. Dyeing! and dry
'leaning. Telephone 49GV '
VjJuu for ,8alej-Bacc et Ranges,
size' i to 9 ft'.; 'Bridge & Beach
"Superior r Stoves;" Quick Meal
and Perfection oil gloves; Farm
er's Broilers, Camp and Laundry
stoves. Phono 211. EMMELUTH
& CO., LTD., 14& King St.
BULt ETIN'ADS PAY '
GATHERS AT BOARDS.1
Federal Judge Woodruff la Guest of
Honor Jurists and Attorneys
Respond to Toast Quartet
The Hawaiian Bar Association ex
tended Its forimil welcome to FcU
oral Judge ' George Woodruff Satur-'
day evening-at the annual, dinner of
the association at the Young Hotel.1
United States 1'lstrlcL -Attorney
(reckons acted as ,toastmosterand
his -reference -to Hie Judgo jnd al
torneys present called forth many
Tile- tonuia included "President of
the United States," to which re
sponse wns volced.byi Judge- Do Bolt;
"The Governor of the Territory of
Hawaii,'' to which Deputy Attorney
Ocnernl Andrews responded; "The
Bench," Judge iSanford'ilt. Dole -responding,
and reading-of a lengthy
paper by Frank -Thompson, written
by James Kltchr- George Ai Davis
respondod to tho toastyt ''The 'Bar
Association) In the -absence of W-.
A. Kinney, Judge Robinson read n
pnpercon the Circuit Court, and the
ni f .ml paper was reald by Attorney
CI rence Olson.-.
i.efore the first call for a re-
l nso aa toastmaste'r, Mr. Breckons
sild that he had been advised -to
begin thc"8paochniaklnK early, so
that it i would be concluded .before
Sunday. Inirespondlng to the toast
to.tho Presldont, Judgoi Do Bolt
sketnhed the career of President
Tnft from .1 ho time of his election to
tho hench In Ohio until ho was giv
en his great opportunity of demon
pirating his particular fitness for
ndmlnlHtratlvo Work by being sent
to (ho Philippines. Judge Do llolt
cnld . that in tho 'course of a year
Taft, ns Governor of the Philippines,
had opened a way to. the solution of
the. problem that had. hatflod the
Spanish government for centuries.
Ho sold that Taft's nnmes would o
linked, with tho fortunes of the Phil
Advice for Lawyers.'
JUdeclSanford 11. Dole had a few
words of advice to the law)crs In
the course of hist responso to the
toast of "Tho Bench. He declared
that an experienced lawyer knows
when he Is beaten in court, and that
when a counsel icontlnucs tn con
sumo tho time of tho court alter he
knows that he Is beaten, It is not
viewed with commendation by the
judge before .whom the case Is being
tried. Continuing Julge Dole said
"L suppose there is an attractive
ness to lawjors In a pugilistic eon
test. There is a rather close an
alogy between court rules and Mar
quis of Queonsbury. Of course.
many of us go to the match, because
we are food of the game, because
they are tho rules of fair play."
Judge Dole rcgerred to the mem
bers of the Supremo .Court of Ha
wall and spoko feelingly of those
that have passed away. He conclud
ed his , remarks by suggesting that
an association of Judge be formed
in Hawaii, and remarked that they
might have) an nnnuul dinner at
which the lawyers would be tho
One of the features of tho evening
was tho Bar Association quur-tct,
composed of F. K. Thompson, Judge
Lindsay, Judge Robinson nnd C. E.
Olson. One of the songs had refer
ence to the new deputy Attorney
aenernl,- Lorrin Androws, and was
In days of old,
When feet got cod,
And CARTER had his sway,
A lawyer, hold, with lots of
Went merrily away,
Sang merrily this lay;
"I'll conquer Shanghai now,"
"I'll start to rolso a row."
And ere he quit.
Ho bravely hit,
And kept the vow ho swore.
Then off he went,
On mining bent
And now he's back once more.
Among those present were United
States DUtrlct Attorney R. V.
Breckons, tonBtmaster; Judgo San
ford B. Dole, Justlco A. Perry, W.
0. Smith, Judge Andrude, Deputy
Attorney General Lorrin Andrews,
Assistant U. 8. District! Attorney V.
T. Kuwllns, former Judge C. F. Pe
terson, Judge J. T. De Bolt, Judge
Robinson, Judge Lindsay, C, K. 01
son, Bobbins Anderson, B. M. Wat'
son, L, Warren, George A. Davis.
HAD NOTHING. TO 8A.Y.
The stranger had been competed to
linger twenty-four 'hours within tho
"Well." nuerled the landlord of tho
Klllago Inn. as tho stranger was set
tling his ttlH, 'whnt do you think of.
our place ns it summer resort?" '
"I'd hate 'to tell ou," answered tho
stranger, ah ho picked up his grip.
"Even whnt I think of It as a last re
sort would not look well In print."
IMP- JtueTiN AD9 " 1
AND WUI PROMISE TO
KEEP ITS, PEOPLE OUT.
Ambassador O'Brien and President
Taft Have, a Long Conference
Over Situation Between Japan,
" BEVERLY, .Mbbs., Aug. 11.
President Taft and Thomas 0.
O'Brien, United States Ambassador
at Toklo, had a two-hour interview
at the Taft cottage this afternoon.
Fresh, trom Toklo, Ambassador,
O'Brien outlined Jn detail tho sltuui
tlon In Japan as it appears to him.
He reports an extremely friendly
attitude toward, the United States by
Jnpam The Interview. between the,
President. nhd the.'Ambnssador, white
of a generul nature, hod particular
reference to the new treat of com
merce and fnlondshlp abetwecu the
two nations to tnkc effect on, tho ex
piration of tho present tieaty in
After a brief Irlp.lo Europe .Mr
and Mrs. OBrlen will leturn to thi
United States for a flnnl conference
wlth"elther tho President or Secre
tary Knox, both returning to Toklo.
Mr. Ollrien will 'retain his post as
long as Taft -.Is President. He Is
credited with ibelng. as closo to the
throne ns any ambassador In Jnpnn.
Takahira'to Stay-in Japan.
a "Baron Takahlrn will not return
to tho United 8atos,NiH O'Brien.
The general. understanding In diplo
matic olrclcs Is that he Is to be dis
placed 'by on- absolute-stranger to
Amorlco. This movement will bo a
part of Toklo diplomacy, which alms
to have a (representative at Wash
ington who Is In close touoh with his
home government and the spirit of
the people and who will not be un
consciously Influenced by long associ
ation with American officials.
i.An intlmntion has already been
received' thnti'Japan will insist upon
tho -most- favored nation clause In
the new treaty and on a liberal In
terpretation of the clause thereafter.
Thab Is to say, Jnpan will agree to
live up- to the "gentlemen's agree
ment entered Into between Former
Ambassador Aokl and Former Secre
tary of State Root, whereby1 the em
pire Is to prevent emigration to- the
United States as much as possible.
I But where nny Japanese subjects
should desire to claim the benefits
of American citizenship, Japan will
Insist, under the most ftnorcd na
tion 'clause, on the same rights In
this subject for Japanese citizens ns
are given 'to the citizens or subjects
of France,'' Germany, Italy, England,
etc. , i - i
It -may 'bo said, however that
there Is no belief on the part of the
United States that Japan will Insist
upon this point except for tho secur
ing -of more favornblo consideration
to other details of the proposed con
vention. It can be declared as a
certainty that the United States will
never, agree to confer cltzenshlp
upon-the Japanese, but on tho other
hand It Is altogether probable that
President Tnft will take some steps
to Insure the Japanese the samo
privileges that are1 granted to other
aliens' residing within our borders.
Wants tp Have Authority.
-And with this Idea In -.lew, the
President may urge Congress In ,bU
next -annual message to enact such
legislation as will place In the hands
of the Federal Executive the means
of enforcing tho treaty rights of
such -aliens in the courts of the Fed
RACE WITH THE TARIFF FILS.
Big Btesmers Fall to Arrive In Time
to 8ave Extra Duty.
New York, .August 5. Nearly twen
ty transatlantic steamships, which
lutvo beeu beading their utmost ef
forts in responso to orders by wireless
to reach New York before tho pew
tariff law went, into effect, lost the
race at 4:30 this afternoon, when tho
Custoukhouse closed and tho last pay
ment of. duty' under tho old law was
registered, lmppttcru w.b havo mcr-
chundlsu on thejio boats will bo losers
to tho extent of between 1100,000 and
' The' essel Which lost by the nar
rowest mnrgln was tho Hamburg-
Anujrleqn liner Pennsylvania, wltl) a
cargo oi wines and merchandise which
must'pay $20,000 extra duty under tho
now law;- Fast scout lugs had cet
out nil day 'awaiting the big llner's'ar
rlvnl with orders to tako off her cap
tain 'ami imrry him to tho Custom'
houso'wlth tho ship's manifest. But
when 4:30 o'clock camo the Pcnnsjl
vanfti was fifty miles from port.
Rodrlck "Why doesn't Walton tako
his wlfo on somu of his trout-fishing
Van Albert "Oh, sho Is too tender
hearted to be an angler."
Rodrlck "But sho doesn't havo to
uso llvo halt. Sho could nso artificial
Van Albert "Yes, but bIic said sho
couldn't-bear to 'whip tho stream.'"
FOR ENTERTAINMENT OF
Wailuku Improvement Association
Sets Ball Rollipe Maui People
Think That More Time Should
Be Allowed Them.
(Special to the Bulletin,)
WAILUKU, MAUI, Aug. 21. Tho
Wailuku Improvement Association at'
tho request of Hon. II. P. Baldwin
held a pilblV meeting Thursday eve
ning at tho Wnlluku Town Hall for
tho purposu. of selecting committees
U receive tho Congrusslonnl . Party
who aro expected on Maul Sunday
September 12.- Thu citizens were ask
ed to Join In tho meeting and oj goodly,
number rallied to the call.
Lahalna sent a special delegation to
itbe meeting lit tho persons of J. K.
Qannon,. A, II. Haseldon nnd Oj
Schoenberg. Piiuntne also sent
Messrs. Wm. Scarby and 1'roncott to
represent tlicm at tho meeting.
Chnltninn Keola called tho meeting
to order at 8 o'clock. Mr. Chas. Wil
cox acted as secretary. In -place -of Mr,
D. li. Case. Tho lettors from tho
Honolulu entertainment committee to
Hon. H. P. Baldwin and Hon. R. J. K.
N'awahlne wore road. Mr. Nawahlno
explained that ho only received tho
letter from Honolulu on the 14 th, and
therefore) last Weduesday was tho
earliest lme for him to mako a reply
. On motion tho following were unan
imously appointed as a general com
mittee of arrangements to arrange
for the reception of tbo visitors:
Fee Wailuku; H. B. Ponhallow
Tomp. Chairman; W. T. Robinson,
Selden II. Kingsbury, A. N. Kunolkal.
C. Wilcox. J. H. Kunown, T. II. Lyons,
R. J. K. Nawahlno, M. P. Wnlwalolo.
D. II. Case, W. A. McKay, J. W. Kalua,
It. A. Wadsworth, W. E. Saffej-y, W.
E. Bal, Wm. Ault, II. B. Dodge, C. D.
Lufkln, C. E. Copcland, II, M. Coko.
J. L. Coko, D. H. Davis, E. II. Hart.
J. Qarclo. Jas. N. K. Koolo.
For Kaftulul and Puunene: H. P.
Baldwin, Temp. Chairman; J. N. S.
Williams, Wm. Sonrby. Wm. Walsh.
Jno. Makahlo, Ford. Hons. J. Walsh.
T. A. Waltrlp.
For Lahalna: L. Welnshelmor.
Temp. Chairman; Oeo. Kauhl, A. A.'
Ahlberg, C. R. Lindsay, E. Walaholo.
O. H. Dunn, R. C. Senrle, A. N. Hay
selden, J. E. Gannon, V. C. Scliocn
berg. For Mkawa.o: W. F. Poguo. Temp.
Chairman: . C. D. Undsay. L. von
TcmpsVy, Dd, Norton, A. T. Tavarcs,
W. D. Aiken, P. N. Kahokuoluna, F.
P. Ilosccranf, J. Kallno, Rev. Turner,
For Hana: W. P. Hnla, Tern. Chair
man; J. W. Kawaakoa, J. Chalmers.
M. H. Router. 0. O. Cooycr, R. II. An
derson, I-ovl L. Joseph.
On. motion of Judgo Kingsbury. Sec
retary Wilcox was Instructed to In
form committeemen not present of
Oil motlou of Senator W. T. Robin
son Urn cxecutlvo consisting of tho
chairman of each district will meet
In Wailuku Tovn Ha'll, next Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock to make arrnnije
mcuts. Mnol committeemen will do
their utinoHt to entertain the lullUig
Congressmen, but all agreed to the
fact that tbo stay on Maul, only two
tla) s, Sunday ami Monday, was hardly
time enough to allow them to Inspect
our natural wondors and our leading
industries: Nolilku rubber planta
tions, Halcakala, tbo Breakwater, and
il'ijupciie Mill. For Maul top would
llko to bo on tbo map as MAUL
SEAL ESTATE TBANSACTI0N&
.Entered for Record Aug.! 20, 1909,
from 10:30 a, m. to 4:30 p. m.
Carl Isimberg by atty to liana, Isen-
betf? ; AM
Koleka Kalehuna to A St C PilanaUt.D
Elizabeth J McCandlcss to A O M
l Robertson PA
IL'W. Schmidt to W T Schmidt ...SI
J Alfred Magoon and wf to Gertrude
A McCorrlston ct al D
Kalunn (w) to Huges McCorrlston
D Kellaa ct al to Huges McCorrlston
Samuel W Spencer to Hugh McCor
rlston Sr D
Elizabeth Richardson nnd hsb to
George II Holt D
Entered for Reoord Aug. 21, 1909,
from 8:30 a. m. to 10!30 a. m.
Geo Knluao to Mrs Louise U SwnlnD
W M Mlnton and wf to Annie Kalll-
S Ekela and wf to Llkl Benlamlnn,.D
Robert Hind and wf to William Lao-
ha , ,....D
Rlklchl Hogaml to C Shlmamoto ..IIS
Mrs M Mlyagawii to First Natl Bank
of Wailuku , , . . CM
ThcBachclor "Is Is truo that joii
aro nn advocate of woman's rights?"
Tho Spinster "Yes."
Tho Bachelorr-"Then yon hcllevo
that overy woman should havo a
Tho Splnstor "Oh, nn; but I hcllevo
overy woman should havo u otor."
Wanted By a young lady, position
as stenographer and typewriter.
Address B14, Bu 1 1 o 1 1 n office. I
An experienced lady hat trimmer.
Address K. Fukurodn, Hotel St.
Clean wiping rags at tho Bulletin of
Japanese private Cooking School-
Families or hotels supplied With
cooks. C. M. Mntzlc, 1457 Auld'
Lane. Phone 1D64.
t'Oaltlon as foreman of ranch;' hnc
had lots of practical experience In
States. Addrcbs til, Bulletin.
1 1 i
Strayed or stolen -from vicinity of
Thomas Square, small whlto ter
rier puppy, with sore on left car,
Return to this office and rccehe
Elgin watch; silver case; leather
fob; Hawaiian cot of arms; Satur
day last. Return to this office and
receive reward. 4390-3t
tn the Aquarium, Saturday, a white
linen belt, with white Ivory carved
buckle. Reward at Bulletin
A lady's belt. Owner can have the
same by proving property nnd
paying. fo? this nd. 4381-tf
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
222 Emma Square.
House Consulting. 2-3 d. m.. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating-, 8-12
a. m.', o-u p. m.
- Phone 33.
I love my wife and her home cook
ing, but Ohl you
' Fort St.i near Hotel.
R, WM. WARHAM, Prop.
Levy's for Groceries
latest styles told at cost
Fort f Beretania Sts., Harrison Blk.
, ;Wbng Wong,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; F. 0. Box 911
Bicycle" shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in sickle, silver
and gold plated work.
, "KINO, OFF. ALAPAI-ST.
Chas. R. Frazier
; "'., "Company.
status 371. 122 Xing St
5. CENT ' CIGAR
M. A Gupst & Co.
' , FORT AND KING STREETS.
Bcoalvad r Alameda a Vaw Shin
mt of Latest Styles is
1028 NTTfjANU ST.
0. Q. YEEH0P&C0.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
'' BUTCHERS '
The Weekly Edition cf the Evenln;
Bulletin, olvet a complete summary of
the news ot the day.
Room nnd hoard In small private
family In ocry way desirable; a
gentleman preferred. Address H.
II., Bulletin office. 4390-tf
K. bt P, cottages, 2 story, new. Un
ion street and Garden lane; close
to business; no yard to keep up;
no car fare. Electric lights and
gas. Apply to J. M. McChcsney,
16 Merchant street, 4319-tt
At the end of car line un the beach,
furnished house; four bed-rooms;
electric lights. Address "N,"
Desirable mosqulto-prout looms and
board for gentlemen. "The Mac
donald" New Bungalow, Puna
hou Street. 4380-tt
Furnished cottage; alxo cool, mos-qulto-proof
rooms. 230 King St.,
between Alakeu and Richard.
Large furnished rooms for ladles.
with or without board. Mrs. F. 1).
Wlcke, 1243 Beretanla Ave.
Clean furnished room; SI. BO week.
Front rooms $2. 1281 Fort St.
Two furnished rooms. 1071A Like-
like St., near Campbell Lane.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnelL 1223 Emma St.
One seven-seated, 75 horse-power
touring car. In flue condition;
12,000.00. Also one 40 liOVe
power runabout, Blnndard make,
for $1,100. Apply nt llonl Ha
waiian Oarage. ' 4393-lw
A few first mortgages on real estate;
12 per cent net; money lnested
oh Income bearing property; ab
solute security; In sunn from
1100 upwnrd. P. E. Strauch. At-torno-at-law,
Walty Bldg.. 4 H.
King St. 43SS-tt
Ferns Australian and other varie
ties; also logH, liaskelH, licROiilai
and stcphnotls plants. For par
ticulars call on Miss Johnson, Fort
street, near Vienna Bakery
A good second-hand Columbia chain
less bike; can be seen nt the storo
of Yoshlkawn, King St., near
Choice collection of stamps (about
-3.000). Address 1941 Dulle-
i tin office. tt
Second-hand surry for Bnlc.
Watcrhouso Trust Co.
FOB SALE KAJMVKI DISTRICT.
Almost new house. 4 rooms, hath
lot 00x116-8 feet, improved, a pret
ty home, fine view ocean and city,
near Sixth avenue. Price $1,200.
Another, and thu one is hist what
you are looking for. A real bar
gain: up-to-date stvle bunealow .'5
large rooms; both wide verandas;
two lots, suxwz feet; large front
lawn planted with hedges, plants,
many kinds of fruits. Honolulu
can't produce a better for the money
for , hosse or investment. Price
42,200, Picture at office.
PACIFIC COAST REAL ESTATE CO.
a. Munroe. Kgr.
848 Kaohumanu St.
Boston Baked Beau. ft
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead
28 loaves of bread for $1.00.
1129 Fort,St Phone 187.
MRS. ROSENBERG .YOUNG HOTEL
FOR SALE AT All. BARS
TELEPHONE 1331 k
Inter-Island and O. R. "ft C. shipping
books for "'o at tbo Bulletin
office, &C aca. ,