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EVENING BULLETIN, nO.WLPLO. Ttl., THURSDAY, 8BPT. "W'oti '
to J -
mmZh 1 r
Oceanic Staled anrl Third
Hawaiian Second Degree.
All visiting members ot the
I order aru cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot locul lodges
HAUttONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Me- ts every Monday evening at
(.10 In 1. ". O. P Unll, Kurt Street.
II. It. HENDUY, Secretary.
1 D. ICKH, N. 11.
AH vtsltlnu; brothers verj cordla'.l)
OAHU LODGE, Mo. 1. K. of P.
Meets every first and third Krl
la; evening at 7:30 In K. o( 1". Hall,
earner Kurt and Deretnnla. Vlsltlnc
orothor cordlully Invited to attend.
F. I.. NUGENT, O. C.
U. UOSLLNU. K. 11. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
UouuMlu Lodge No. GIG, I). P. O.
Bias, meets In their hall, on King
etieei, near Port, oery Friday even
ing. Visiting Druthers aro cordially
Invited to jttund.
L A. DOUTHITT, E. It.
II. C. UASTON, Soc'y.
SOIIOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. K.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKD
NKSDAY evonlngs ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In ft. of P. Hall, cornel
Perrtanla and Fort streets.
Vlalllus Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. M. McCOY, W., Frest.
H. T. MOOItE. 8ecy.
Wo. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
, 'Meets every irid dud 4tb Saturday
jvenluK at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and lieretanla. Visit
ing hrnthers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. JIcOREW, C. C.
E. A. JACOIJSEN, K. R. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every flrst nnd third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to nttend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
R IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant rind whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly.
THE POND DAIRY.
Expert work (it moderate nrices.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd,
Odd Fellows' Bids.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
. Received ex Alameda a New Ship
nent of Latest Styles' in
1028 NUUANU St
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
K, Give it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
trtfA WV(Ia 'a tinnll..- in V C
Ut Hww v uuuni.t w . w.
fc THEO. 11. DAVIES & CO., AGENTS.
T CHARLIE AT THE
- Orpheum Saloon,
Still ou deck. Sec his curios.
Horses for ffireiMuL m general
Snddlc or, Driving.
1J28 Fort St.
Your machine will be ready for
yon when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on tutor,-we remit
them. ' 'I ' r?7
Von Hamm -Young
AIl'XANC'.R Y0UNQ BUILDDI0.
5 Telephone 5
C. II. Behn
rroprietcr and Manager.
.Comer Alakea and Hotel Streets.
Ready for Demonstration.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
The kind that fit.
King, near Sonth.
7. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
King and Bishop Sts.
ALL THE FITTINGS FOR
Agents for the Kissel Kar and
Bells, Private Telephones.
Changes to' Light Wiring.
Union Elcotrio Co.,
3. Abadie, Prop. ""
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS
San Francisco. .
Beautiful assortment at
Second Floor, Boston Bldg.
Beautiful New Hats
i Now on view at ' '
Dunn's Hat Shop,
Cor. Fort and Berctania.
Levy's for Groceries
$65 FOR .NEW
Sec the rebuilt maohinee. They
can't bo distinguished from new,
Just as good as new.
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
'Hotel Btreet, Opp. Union.
KODAK DEVELOPING .
PHOTO AND ART CO;
932-938 Fort St. Tel, 82.
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE. BEAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Building, Phone 650,
The Bio Nickel Scratch Pad for eale
at the Bulletin office for five cents,
Is ene Inoh thlok, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
Call and see Mike Paton at'the En
core. If you want a cood job done on.ai
anto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage lire. Co.. 437 Qiieeo'St.
'Oo ib the ,Walklki Inn for n swl,m;
best bathtiiK on the beach. Np coral
anil flno ratt for bathers."
' Owing to (ho .Marathon raco nl the
Athlcll'o Park on Sunday' therb will bo
lib ball Ramos ou that afternoon.
SiiperlnAcndent Hosmcr of ho Ilonrrt
of ARriculturo and Forestry wUiitu to
call thb attention of the public to tbu
fact that the second Friday In Niirom
bcr Will bo Arbor Day nnd lit that
ttmo two dozen trees will be given to
each person npplyliiK. l.lnt ol npiill
cants aro now being madn n.) and nil
that tho Hoard of Axrlculturo wi'.i'tn In
return for tho trees Is llio asoiiranco
that they will he given aufCctcnt at
tention ntter bcltiK planted.
Sheriff Jarrctt nnd Detective I.enl
returned late last night from Wal
nianllo, where they wcro Investigat
ing the assault and battery caBc In
which Ynmamoto Is charged with
having Interfered with the Sheriff
when ho made iirrests In tho riot
rase nt the plantation July 12.
Ynmnnuito Is alleged to havo taken
prisoners nwuy from the officers and
otherwise violated the law. The
case will foliow that of Sugawnro,
now on trial.
Don't miss tho shirtwaist salo nt
Whitney & Marsh's tomorrow.
You can buy a $1.76 shirtwaist for
75c at Whitney & Marsh's salo tomor
row. Prlmo beer Is delightful to tho tasto
and beneficial to health. Always havo
a few bottles nt homo for your own use
and for company.
Mrs. J. Rosenborg, rocc-i-l floor Al
exander Young ImlhlliK," Ins a beauti
ful lino ot French (in, I eyelet embroid
ery. Visitors always welcome.
No matter how faded jour lawn,
"Forcegrowth" will, bring It back to a
beautiful dark rich green. Sold by E.
O. Hall & Son, Ltd., In COc nnd $1.25
Tho best homo entertainment Is at
tallied through tho Victor Talking ma
chine. These, machines enn ha pur
chased on tho easy payment plan nt
Ilergstrom Music Co.
Hawaiian News Co. havo tho new
emberol record attachments which you
can put on any Edison phonograph, ex
cept tho "Gem," and mako It play tho
umberol 4-mtnute records.
Mako It a practice to send n wireless
message, to your friends ou tho steam
ers. It Is a form of greeting that Is
(specially welcome and tho recipient
will greatly appreclato tho thought.
The Standard Varnish Works' Bias
tlca finishes arc tho most satisfactory
varnishes sold Inthls country. 'Rlas
tlca No. 1 for oxtcrlor work; olastlca
No. 2 for interior work; and olastlca
floor finish. Sold by Lewcrs & Cooko,
The Travelers' Cheques Issued by
tho American Rankers' Association and
for sale In Honolulu by the Dank of
Hawaii, Ltd., aro by far and away tbo
safest and most convenient method of
providing yourself "with funds when
Escapes The Jaws' Of Bad
Man. To Be 'Eaten
Tho song of tho wondering pup woh
,tho song that was sung by a little Ja)f
anew maiden, by tho police forco and
by Oeorgo Snlffen yesterday nnd alas,
tho pup still Is wandering and tho Lord
only" knows vlthor.
It was tho iltllo pet poodle of tho
maiden that" onlfc'ed Mr. Snlffon from
tho paths of virtue, and caused him to
land hoavlly whero all bad men go If
Chief Leal gets 'emThe pcddlo looked
exceedingly tasty to George and
Oeorgo appropriated It and brbko tho
littler heart ot tho daughter of Nippon,
who told her troublo to Mr. Lcnl.
Loal'at once started otr or. a still
hunt 'for tho man and finally found
him, biit alas poor Fldo! I'f wns
skinned and cleaned' and almo't ready
Jo cook. 'ThoF disgrace; of bclns oaten
by a thief and dog killer waa thus pic
tented but It was no consolation for
his sad ownor,
'Bo Snlffen was arrested and tho pin
hat was left 'of htm was r.Wen to
a. friend, who coolre'd him and served
him up with capor' sauce.
mm- BULLETIN APS PAY -$
Jas. H. Love
To Solver National Defense
Compel Men To Serve
LOS ANOKLL'S, Sept. 29. Compulsory military scrvlcr Is urged
by Lieut. Gen, Adnn It. Chnffce, U, S, Admy, retired, us tho only Mitls
fnctory solution of the national defense problem.
General Chaffee made hla recommendation today In addressing tho
convention of adjutants general of tbo National Ounrd. The former
commander-in-chief of tho n'rmles of the' United States expressed tho
belief thai only by requiring ovcry nhlo-bodlod man to hour nuns for
a certain period of time can the country maintain n military standard
commensurate with Its Importance, In tho world.
Tho wenk points of the present mllltla law, making service In tho
National Guard optional, wcro pointed out by the distinguished gen-,
ernl. General Chaffee's remarks nindc n great Impression on the rep
resentatives of the National Guard oof the various stnics nnd much dis
cussion has resulted therefrom.
NKW YOltK, 4icpt. 29. Ambassadors, envoys, secretnrlci, nttaches
and cmiDUls general of all tho great nations of tho world are congre
gated here for tho Hudson-Fulton colebrntlon. Diplomats of twenty
five nations tonight attended tho state, banquet which Inaugurated tho
ceremonies. Tho scene was iiuo of surpassing splendor. Statesmen,
army nnd navy officers ot high rank, civil oftlclnls nnd 'prominent citi
zens pal took of the feast, nnd tho' occasion was one which will maik uu
epoch for this city.
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 29. Tho report (iincnt today to tho effect
that the government (ontcmplntcs cnerlng n format piotcst against tho
Japanese-Chinese, treaty. Is absolutely unfounded, according to tho state
ment of high officials. There Is no Inclination on. the pnit of the gu
ernment to Interfere in the nffnlr In nny way.
SPANISH CELEBRATING VICTORY.
MADItlD. Sept. 29. This city la celebrating the great victory
which tho Spanish troops have won over the forces of Morocco. It
Is l)ellned hero that tho reverses to Moroccan nrms will put n stop lo
the war. Thero Is gre.it rejoicing here, ns thu war has been Intensely
PRESIDENT TAFT AT .SEATTLE.
SIIATTLK. Sept. 29. President Tnft will roach hero Thursday eve
ning. Friday tho President plans to mnKo n tour of the AlasUa-YuUnn-Paclflr
exposition gt omuls. Elaborate preparations huvu been undo for
IRISH LAND BILL PASSES.
LONDON, Sept. 29. The Irish land 'bill today passed second read
ing In the Ilnuso of Loitls. There is every Indication that tho bill will
bo tlrastlcfJly amended heforo It finally betoiucH law.
COLONEL MORRISON DEAD.
WATKKLOO, III., Sept. 29. Co. W. It. Morrison, wildler, lawyer
and stntcBinnn, veteran of two wnrj nnd frntner of tho Morrison Tariff
bill, died hero today.
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Dnying and Ixpreesiag
Weod and Coal Phone 588
8. W. KeDougall, Prop.
H.M.S. Bedford Off
Port Waiting To
H. M, H. lletlford was tho first of
(tho foreign war-vessels to appear off
Honolulu Harbor, arriving about 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Sho wns
hardly noticed as she camo up, ns with
tho exception of having throo stacks
Instead of four, bIio prosents an appear
unco similar to tho vessels of tho Pa
This morning Captain Kltiherbeit
paid official calls o'n Admiral Sebroo
on board tho Tenncssco and on Admir
al Barry on tho West Virginia. Cai
taln ttccs, commandant of tho Naval
Station, anil Governor Frenr wero also
Tho Dedford will dock at thu Oceanic
wharf as boon us tho Washington
finishes coaling and goos outsldo,
wheh will probably bo this afternoon.
Tho officers of tho Bedford aro: Cap
tain E. B. Fltzhcrbort Commander Q.
Trowhy, Lieutenant Dixie, Lieutenant
Wharton, Lloutenant King, Lieutenant
Lucas, Lieutenant C, Dougles, lieuten
ant D, JougtesLloutenant Johnstono.flelds.
w. nhftlM M
Exoavatuig and Filling.
.Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonio Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
Knglneeri Commander Crowlo, Flcot
Surgeon Hell, Fleet Paymaster Wil
ton, Chaplain Ilov. L. Jones, iinilCap
Win Mnyhew, royal marines.
Tho Dedford Is a cruiser of 900
tons with a complement of (175 men
and wns built In 1901. Sho carrloj
fourteen guns of C-luch caliber, and
smaller batteries. Shu has n length
of 440 fet;t nt tho wnterllno and a
.beam of CR feet. Sho was designed
for n speed of 23 knots, which Is a
knot better than nny vessel of thu Pn
cllle fleet ,ls capublo of,
TEACHERS NOT CHANGED
(Continued from Pace 1)
Tho' school tonus for tho coming
school joar will bo as follows:
Jst September 13, to December
I'd. January 3 to April I, 1910.
3d -April 11 to Juno 24, 1910.
All touehcis' salnrjes have been
placed strictly on tho schedulo ns
provided by tho ililes nnd regula
tions of this Department. (
If, through, Inadvortcncc, there
has boon a pilstnko In tho fixing of
your salary, or. If you do nut Intend
to nccept tho position offered, kind
ly notify the Department nt once."
THB SHIP Marion Chllcott arilved
this morning from Qnilota with crude
oil on board from tho Associated Oil
lompanyv wolls lu tho Santa Maria
ARMY, NAVY AND CIVILIAN
W. W. AHANA CO.
C2 S. King St. No Branches.
, . 1 1
I IN FOREIGN PORTS i l ARRIVED
'. 't I- ... ...
Thursday, September 33.
3AVIOTA Airhcil Sopt 29!
8p. Falls of Clyde, henco Sept. S.
FAN KUANCISCO Arrived Kept. 3D:
S. S. 'JYn)o Mnru, S a, m., hencu
BY SUPT. BABBITT
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Babbitt riated this morning that ho
has iipixilntcil .Miss Agnes Cassldy to
take thu vacancy In the Knnhiimur'ii
school caused by tho death of Mrs.
I?elfcy. Miss Cnssldy N a recent ar
rival from California nnd expects to
ttnch In Hawaii for n enr.
Mrs. II. L. Lewis has been reappoint
ed ns tho special teacher of music In
the llllo school and Mlr.9 Mossman
has been selected to till tho sanio po
sition In Honolulu.
Other chRti'Ws nnrmmrnl by Mr.
tlabbltt tnclulc tho appointment of
Miss KMhcr Knhnlo as a teacher nt
Kwa. and the transfer of Miss .lose
phllio Wnlt7. to Alo.l, Miss Mahal
LlgliUoot has been tranrferrcd to (ho
Central Grammar rchool,
Local golf enthusiasts mo tonkin:
forwnid t tho Muno.i cup luitiuimnt
which begins on the links of Iho Conn
try Club Sunday, October 3rd. Tho
qualifying louud of the play will In-
thirty-six holes, nil plaers htartlns
from scraleli. 'Tho rlinni'iloiuhli
match will ho plujed on tho follow tut;
Sunday, October lOlli. when tin li -ut
slvtecn pla)eis will ruler tho llsl". f)n
Hie t-aiuo diy (licit? will bit u fuMoLt
lion h'ltidlcap with prlzo nt'ncheil.
Thu hniidlcip have been roirran il
by tbo now sroumls rominltlco .uu'
there Is now no limit at eighteen.
PATROLMAN IN ROW
. WITH POLICE
Ono. of Iho fleet patrolmen who had
put away too much liquid icfrolpiicut
K'sterday, wnndeiuil upstairs -to t.it
ilctcctlw'S room at tlit I'nllcu tniiioi)
nnd became insulting to O.llcer Kt'lh-tt.
After an argiimciil the Killor swim:;
his club ut Kellett and struck him on
tho hand. Kellett cltMcd'lth tho pa
Irolman and then IP scirilefcnso, used
Ms slunghol and knocked the sailor
Tho patrolman was taken back to
I Is ship nnd will bno lo face u court
martial over thu nffnlr.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Sept. 29, 1S09,
from 10:30 a. rn. to 1:30 p. m.
Lusltniiii Pen. Socy of Haw to John
Trent Trust Co Ltd Tr to II IIIhc-Ii-
Gear, Lansing & Co by Trs to Mrs
Sarah J Ornco 1)
Gear, Lnnslns tc Co by Tib to Mrs
Sarah J Grucn .....1)
Melciiun Knllll nnd hsb to Sum I'm-
nohu i. I)
ICst of Antono G tlo Cuiilin by Tr to
llltn C Tcwksbury I)
Pookaii (w) ct al by nffts Affdt
Entered for Record Sept. 30, 1909,
from 8:30 a. m. to 13:33 a. m.
.'no. Kiiunat and vvf to David Knlnul.D
D.ivltl Kaliini mill vvf to Tr of Jesus
Christ, Ch of Latter Day Saints.. D
Mnlkul nnd wf to Sumo Nnkata ....I)
Ollwn L Kamnlaii and hsb to Joseph
Yiuiokl bhtiklcht to Joseph Kpahlll-
hail , CM
N. Hani to Jo.io do Souza t IIS
Joseph Knoul to Kanol Kulu.i ct all.. I)
Allco Hatchlffo nnd hsb to Henry
Smith Tr M
Ail In Kwnl to Young Cbnng IIS
loauo Kiunan to llllo Iinllro.ul Co...l)
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Honolulu, T. IL, Sept. 29, 1909.
' Ouhu Island Honolulu Jlaibor
Channel Light No. 4 To ho Iteestab
ilslioil. This structuro cnirled nwny
July 21. 1908, has been icbuill mid will
bo icllghtcd on or ubout September
On or about tho same tlntu Tenipor
ury Channel Uuoy 1 will bo dUeon
Oahu Islnnd Poail Harbor Penin
sula Point Shoal Iluoy, 17, a -3d class
spart, broken fiom Its moorings Aug
ust 25, was icp'accd September 2S.
13y order of the Lighthouse Hoard.
V. S. HOUSTON,
Lieutenant, U. S.' N., tisslstnnt to the
Inspector, ii L. H. Dlstilct.
Weddeily "My wlfo tied this string
around my linger this morning to I
would remember to mall 11 letter for
Singleton "Did ()U mall It?'
Wetldetly "No; cho forgot to glyo
It to mo."
Wodnejil.ty, Septembor 'JJ.
Dr. cruiser llcdfoid, Kltzberbvil,
flout Yokohniua, 2M"i p. m,
I M. S. S. Asia, tluiikroger, fioiii
S.iu lrranclsro, C p. in.
Thursday, September SO.
Stinr. Claudliic, ft on Maul polls,
a. m. ,
Thursday, Scutoinhor 30.
Sp. Marlon Chllcott, fioni (luvloi'i.
Ucr. cruiser Arcona, from China sta
Thursday, September 30.
U. S. S. Concord, for llieiiieitou, 7
P. jr. S. 8. Asia, Gaukroger, for tho
Oileut, 12 noon.
A.-H, S. S. Columbian, Tor San Fran
Stinr. Clatidlno, for .Willi ports, G
DUE TODAY I
IT, S. Siipplshlp Glacier, fiom Sail
Jl. N. S. S. Hyatlos, from Suatlle.
I DUE TOMORROW ,
i : :
.M. N. S, S, Hllunlan, from Sun Fran
Stiur. Mauna Lua, from Kona tul
Knu i)Oi tH, n. m.
P. it. 3. S. Korea, from Yokohniua,
Jap, cruiser M.tim t, fiom Yoko
I PASSENGERS DEPARTED
Per P. M, S. H. Asia, for the OrlstU.
Sept. 30. For Yokohama: C. J. Coup
er John It. Ciuililimliaiu, Miss K. V.
L.11 It G. (Luther, Mrs. It. (1. (Iiillhu
K. T. Ilaiison. II. O. Mnrkourlu, Mrs.
M. Mackenzie, Captain It. I). Ut"id,
Mrs. It. D. Iti'iul uu I Infant, Mlsn Coi.v
It'atl, Mastei Ingram Head. For Kuliu:
IC, Kulppiug, Miss J. Leggett, Miss J.
Lids, Mrs. M. J. Lldolnne, Miss IUh'l
l.ldfctone, Miss J. Pcttlgrow, (I. I),
ttlthmnnd, Mis. A, M. Strjker ami In
limt, Muslei Poter Striker, J. V. Tur
ner Mrs. J. V. Tinner, Miss II. Vleuoi,
Mhs Floy Whlto, .Miss Ainu Zliild.irs.
For NagakaKI: Mrs. L. A, Cooper, John
Moiicuio. For HlMligbal. Miss M. U
Asl In. Mrs. G. Cuneion, llev. W. J.
I.'iiii'im mil. Mi's. W. J. liriininuuui,
Mlsr C. Driitiiuitinil. Dr. K, . Ihintnp,
Miss htta Hart, V. Jessel, Otto Lager-
fold, Mis. Maiy I'. UmvIs and lufniil.
C. Mullur, F. A. Schlerlz, Miss I..
Spainhaiir, For HongkoiK. Mis. Muv
l.in U. Avery, .Mr. C. I). Ilrooks, J. W.
Crelghton, I. J. Daves, Mis. H. K. Hlser
end Infant Mrs. J. Gerdetz ami Infant,
Mrs. 11. A. Gieeu, Joseph V, Hurl, Den
tils A. Hopkins, S. P. Johnson, (leu. C.
Klncalil, Mis. C. 11. Logan ami Infant,
Miss Miiiguict Logan, William Mt
Comb, (). J. Monls, Mis. O. J. Mm lis.
Mis. i:. O. Peck, V. QiiIoriic, Mis. Geo.
F. Shaw. Mrs. F. Slmcock, Mrs. A. II.
Smith, Mrs. G. Spencer, Miss Killo
Splcher, Mlsa V. Thoiu.is. Fiom Ho
uoliilii) IJ10, M, Schlclcb.
I WATERFRONT NOTES
TUB MATSON freighter HyaileTrtV
lived this morning fiom Hvereth,
Washington, fiom u henco she salletl
on tho 19th ot this mouth. Shu Is two
days over thu tlmo sho was posted due,
which Is partly owing to thu fact thjt
thu left a day niter bhu was suppofol
to hnvo done. Heavy Miiithvvest gales
for tho Hi st flvo tliijs out fnithur fccpl
her back but dltl her no tUimagi. Shu
Is unloading tho poles for tbu tele
phone company at Iho Channel r.h'irf.l
THU P. M. 8." S. Korea Is oxpected
tally Saturday nioinliig end pi-ov'.dliu;
sho Is on tlmo sho will leave tbo lianiti
i.ftui noon. If khu Is l.ilo slie wilt lay
over until Sunday moiidug. H'tio lini
loom for till who tuu booked ou her
from her ami cariles 13U0 ions of
freight for Honolulu.
THU STISAMKH Coliimbl.in this
niornlns departed for Hio eo.nt, hear
ing thu Inst of the suir couliacieil for
by tho Aniorlcaii-ll.iwiill.iu '( r.ipany.
General Agent C. P. Morto win 1
insscnger 011 her, golnjj ftu r well
cat ned viicntiou liefoic uuotltcr H'.'isuii
ctimmeiices. 'vmiv .
THK SCIIOONnit.Sopbl'e Christian
ton left yestuiilay nfternt,on,
Fair uxchangu no robbaiy. Do unto
tho other fellow ns you would lmvn
blm do unto you (squaro ileal). Try
tbo Island Transfer. PJuinu rKS fur 1
tquaro tU'31 In y.'ootl, coal, cartage .r
contract 'wur!.'. 'O. W; Mcl)m..;tll,
Passbook No. 9073 lost. Fndcr
plenty leturn to lllshop & Co. k
Savings Hank. ' H28-3t
Girl for housework: small
I 1ISC Iliumu sticet,
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V rM tt'
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