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BVfiMNO BULLETIN. ttOMOLtTLU, T. It., TUESDAY, MaH. 16, 1909.
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rienced tcnchor; $3 month 8 les
sons. Special attention to adult
beginners. Address "Teacher,"
llulletln office. 4237-lm
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired- at
the Factory Honolulu Wire. Dod
Co., 12C0 Alapal St. Telephone
Yee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
omiiu oi., uer. noici anu ranani.
A line home in Mnkiki District, House
' contains 4 bedrooms,
living-room, dining-room, cto. Ser
Lot has a frontage oMOO-fect by a
depth of 200 feet.
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, NO. 024 BETHEL STBEET
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Try a. drink at the new place and
have .MIKE FATTON serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANO.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of-clty.by
0AI1U (CE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Xewalo. Telephone 628.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips &Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
AMERICAN CRY GOODS.
FORT and CUt'XX 8T8.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
503 S. BERETANIA ST,
i 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 specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
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FACTORY at Iwilei? TeL, 4,30,
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Japanese mate and fauale help sup
piled promptly (or any work, 1128
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LAWN, IRISH FABRIC, AND
Poplin sells for 60c a lb.;
Envelopes,. 125 in a 75c box.
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant' St., 'sear P. 0,
For Walanae, Walalua, Kah'uku and
Way Stations '9: IB a. m., 3!i0 p, m.
Ior Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Vint
Stations 17:30 a. n.. 9:16 a. m!,
11:05 a. m., 2:1S pi m 320 p. m.,
5:15 p. m,. $9:30 p. m., )ll:oe p. m.
For Wahlawa 9:16 a. m. and
5:16 p. m,
Arrive, Honolulu from Kahaku,
Walalua and Walanae '8:38 a. m.,
..6:31 n. m.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Pearl City $7:46 a, m., B:M
a. m., 10:38 a. m., 1:40 p. m, 4:31
d m.. 5:31 n. m.. 7:30 n. m.
Arrive Honolulu front Wahlawa
8:38 a. m. and. 6:31 P. m.
t' Ex. Bupday.
t Sunday Only.
The I!n'ea Limited. a.', two-hour
train (only first-class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited
stops only at Petri City arid Walanae.
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Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
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ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDIXd.
Mi, and, ijMs.
tmujsE; r '
I NO, 'and other
444 KINO ST.,
- ,r . ,
KAIPHJE m? r.
Always on Hani Young Pigs, Soul
tVy,'Eggs, Fresh Butler and Cheese,
Sani Wn'Moot Pn
King Street Market Tel 288
' mi I njii
i. . V $ o:
1 .1-" -.SkSSSSSSSSSl
YOUNO TIM, Manager.'
SHINGLE LEADS ATTACK ON .THE
THAT ITS WORK BENEFITS, ONLY HONOLULU AND IS
- 'USELESS- TO 'OUTSIDE COUNTIES BICE
PREACHES ECONOMY ... , ,
Twenty-8teond Day Afternoon
Anynmount of 'money-'for, salaries
but not one, cen'tj for promotion, Is the
latent sloRart In tlie'- llouko. ' Uoost
tlior nalnrlfB-of 'clorks and janitors',
glv6 the poof, tfown-irodden road lab'
orcrs' 11.60 or.200 a(day but'let the
Promotion Committee get out and
hustle for the rent.
Putting thla motto Into cffectloh the
Ilouso yesterday afternoon, sitting as
a Committee of(thc; Whplto consider
the Current Kxpchsor ' An)roprfa(IA
mil, chopped tho $250 a month Promo
tion Committee Item out of the bill.
And' Robert W. Shincle led tho at
tack 'oil tho Promotion Committee. It
wan solely. due to his efforts that the
Item was. killed, for though when bo
urged (hat Honolulu lsabout tVij only
part of Hawaii' that derives any bene
fit from tho work of. the froniotlon
Committer and that Maul and Kauai
aroA being taxed to Biipport an Insti
tution tlihT'dbcJ them no good, other
learned statesmen were encouraged to
ttlck pins In the Committee. U Is
hardly probablo that any very ener
getic Attack, wjould, havo.bycn 'madelf
Elilngleriad not pointed tho way ."nice
seconded Shingle's efforts to have the
Promotion Comn-.ltteo' left out In tho
cold, and Rico's .ictlon'ln'thl mhttcr
may bo tak'en"as,,lnlc'alyf' of the'fntt
that later On he Is 'going to throw the
harpoon of economy Into some of trio
departments 'ntk way 'that Wlll'rnikc
them shrlok with anguish, ' '
Indeed, Rice not a fairly good- siart
yesterday, wncn no insisted on depriv
ing the Attorney Oeneralof one of his
deputies In order to save' money. Tho
matter was left In the' air when,' at
4:46 thp committer rose, but It wai
practically n greed "that If Deputy At
tornoy pencral Larnach retains hl's
Job, some, of tho office Help must go.
Deputy Sutton' also is slated for thq
Rice, chairman of the Finance Com
mltibo, haV been' prbachlrigponomy
all th'd'scsslo'nV and'ho'ilns hWeVdon
n larg number oV'llpma'Vn thS'apToj'j
prlatio'n bill which ho proposes" to
eliminate. Tho, Flnanco Committee
madq ha report yesterday ah'ecoi;
omy "was the keynote, of' the recom
mendations made. lb la proposed, to
savo $118,000 from the current ci
pensb fund Jiy trsnsferrlng' Items ag
gregating that amount to a special ap
proprlntlonblirt'o bo Introlnccdappro
printing 'th'o montj' to bo raised by the
special Income tax for immigration
Secretary Mott Smith and Attorney
Ooneral- Hcmcnway Wcr' on tho grill
yesterday raftorrioon, tho latter espec
lally being made tlld target for a'xvl
ley of embarraslng questions,
Boforo going Into Commtttco of tho
Wholq tho Hpusq transacted a small
nmntint rt' nfiiAv' ttnalnau"' '
The Generous Like. '
Llko la tho latest honorable Rcpro-
sontntlvo to fly tn the aid of tho down
trodden Terrltoria land County road
laborers by prying"1 tlicm out of. the
Slough of Despond wlth'a hill to boost
their wagek. Llko believed in being
real generous with other peoples
money, Ills bill, provides that thq
poor lervhnts of an exacting Honolulu
public shall "rccolvq not lesn than $2 a
From tho number of these wage
booatlrtg bill's that'havo been Intro
duced, one'wha'dld nofknbw might
Imagine that Jdbs In' tho road depart
mcntWc.ro1 going; begging Instead' of
being cohsldorcd "so'valuablo thit a
gang of men Is w.111 tq put In two
mouths outsfdq tho door of the Road
Supervisor In tho hope of getting tho
The halting .of. MaraUm Campbell,
Superintendent of Public Works, la
the' popular diversion of the House
nowadays, When 'tlie. Campbell hat
ers can llndno. bill' on, the calendar
coming from the office of th,o Superlm1
trodden. HcrrJturlaJ and County road
pay him. fop firing .bobbin Upyd, sonic
one can always Introduce a; resolution
Intended- aa A slap at Campbell 6r-t'
mako him trouble. Makkau 'Intro
duced thq latestr-Antl-Campbell resolu-'
tlon, it calling upon the Educational
Committee, ta ascertain from tho Sup
erintendent, of public' 'W.orKs the fol
lowing information In. regard to the
construction., of the, McKlnley High'
His the building been accepted and
It so, why' was It accopted ami paid
ior wncn. it -was in. an unnnisnea con
Why was tho building accepted- In. a
leaky xondltlon, It being. loaky-nowj
Why was not tho pointing of. thq
Joints completed in tho very front of
tho building whore the columns of. the
portico butt up to the' main front
Why wcr(, tho dish pavements to
carry off thq. rain from thq.dawigpnyt;
not Installod?, , '.!,.'
On For Oabbltt, w
Mnkokau also hud another resolution
which ho Introduced Instructing tho
Educational Commlttcu to Investigate
INSTITUTION AND. DECLARES.
the manner and method of permitting
or refusing students to enter the Nor
mal and High schools, and under what
conditions, certificates and diplomas
are,''glVcli'!td thoso''belng graduated
from1 Uio two'lnstltutlons.-'' ' '
' Vlich trVe Hodio" wJit Ihto Commit
t'ee'oMho'Whole Vo conHder the Ap
propriation,, till!.' Sfejcre.t'a.)y Mott.Smjh
was escorted to the seat' of Inquisition,
given a cigar, and tho flood of ques
tions descended upon him
nice wnnted to know about the Item
of $229 a;monthfor an Adjutant Con
iOrnY'6'Pthb, Na'.lpnnli'Gusrd,. Mottl
Smith replied that tho Adjutant (ton-
era! Is the direct mouthpiece of tho
Oovernor In regard to the National
uard, and Is the executive officer of
the Ouard. Heretofore Col. Jones has
performed the duties of Adjutant f!en
erat In addition to his work as court
stenographer. Hut at the suggestion
of the Federal :ulhorltleti It is pro
posed to raise (He National (lunrd of
Hawaii to a regimental InMcad of sim
ply a battalion .basis. The work con
nected with the offlco would be too
much for one man to do without extra
pay. Tho Adjutant General Is re
fthonslhln for 'tbrt' ifflclpnpv. ennlnmpnl
arid upkeep' of thVNa'iio'nal Ouard,
Knlelopu wanted to know what
about pa) for captains. Mott-Smlth
roplled' that thfyr like' the men, aro
ram oniy wnon on umy,
' At Sheldon's viiggestlon action on
thla' Item and the others under this
head1 wWdcfcrfodr ' '
'foor l(iiilheVs: ' "
W.hen tho Items ttndbr the head of
tho. Territorial Secretary's department'
,wero considered, oomc of. tho mem'
bera 'were greatly agitated over tho
von unDuflnossJIko notion of, Secre
tary Mott-Smlth that -helbe allowed a
ec,thln!"sum',' otitwo which to pay
.clerTcs 'mcsVongerai'ete., paying them
wriSl'tKey Fao,'Wrth1 Instead "of ncces
sarlly. llib limit ntnountT 'TlieV llinucht
If, there ja JOa'mprith available, tho
employee ougnt, to' get it.'Wiiellicr he
is worm ii, or not. to' ruccretary
hsked foKavcr S4009 JesS'thaiutho an-
firclprlatlOn for'lho last biennial per-
HHi. uui mo salary ooonmK couiin-
jent of tho House waa;ddtcrmlncd to'
rijse thlsjtq'affd a "few. more sal.
anea, nice, 'iiowoycr,' moved that tho
Ifcni for' clerics, stenographers and
messengers, $ 10,200, "paas;- and It
passed, Tho other Items under this
henil 14200i for' runnlngi expenses of
thp,-0ivcrnor'ir and 'Secretary's to fflces,
aiid IIS.OOO.' fqr printing; -binding, ln(
doling "Snd advcrtislWp'also papsed,
, "vExpcriBea 'of Kleb(loq')C: '$13,000.
ico? wanted, to know. If"' this, amount
would, bo necessary If the O'reatvnep
Istor bill passed; Secretary,!. Mott
Smlth ihoughb It would, Ifntho- Prim
ary bill alio paascd. "if tho appro
priation runs out; whore, are your clco
tlonB going to bcT" he akcd. The
Tho Public' Archives Items -were dq
ferred. A'BSs La Promotion. .
'A motion was mado-. tadofer action
on the Promotion item, $250 a'
month, but Shingle wanted to get
down to business. Ho moved to .cut
the Item out on the-ground that It li'
more properly chargeable to ' Oahu,
apd particularly to Honpiuju. Hlcp
seconded the motlpn.
Cohen 'thought the item ema'l
enough In. view, of the great amount
of good done, all the Islands by thi
Promotion Committee. The amount
ought rather to bo Increased. It
showed a solflsh dlBpoitlon(,6a the
ii ui munis, wjo. waniea.io cut tue
uvlu, uui. tno counties all benefit.
Xhq business element of Honolulu is
strongly In favor of keeping up the.
"-appropriation. Cohen moved to Ini
crease, the Horn to $500 a month,
m fo'tnl of IjOp. '
Castro did not. think the. Item
should be either raised or put out.-
lie man greatly surprised at the rit-.
uiuae :of. bis colleague,- Mr. Bhlnglp.'
.jne Dullness interests of Hona-'
lulu are contrlbutlne a lartrn ammmi
gt. lpney each, month, "rojv the puj
rinc, oi auvrfising . ine islunds
ahrnad. Hawaii sends down only
$60 a, month for this- purpose. Ha
ual contributes nothing."
hlcowant'cd tp Ujiovj If It Is not
truq, that ihe. i.o'centsa Ufn tax qh
all 'merchandise brought Into' Hawaii
is not used pro promotion, and for
keeping the town clean. Castro nd
mltted. It. He moved the Item pass
as In the bll, Sheldon thought. If
Shingle, one of tfjo businessmen of
Uonpliu, ,thpiiBht thq appro'nriatlqn
uhneeessar)', the Hpuq ought to sup
PI ., I1IU.
i ma nusinessman, lop, , .broke
in, C.qhon, ".J, rqprcBonrl thq, buslncn
Ifltcr.eata Just as. much,aa,Mr, Shingle
does, Je. represent the banking In
terest. They. . dnri'l. .care whether
tourists coma here or noL The few
er tourists come, the less money there
is in cjrctyiHupn, anq.tua, mor ppp
plq hao to, gq, to tile banks, to bor
. "1 think," tald Shingle, "that If
Mr. 'Joe -Cohen will, stop-and think
of the number of votes 1 got as com
paxedt'.wltlrhltit, he twill: sto- that I
represent n few more people." Shin
gle,anld he opposed the. Item because
Oahu and the eastern part, of Hawaii
get- nlnoty per. cents of the benefit
from people coming, to tlie Territory.
It, does not rfecni fair to make Maul
Bfid'KnusI pay for whatithey do not
get. He preached the necessity of
economy and, Insisted that the ex
penses of government must bo cur
tailed somewhere, and It was Just ns
well to commence by cutting out
that $0000 Promotion Committee
Alfonso was so undecided by the
argumcnts'ot Shingle and Castro that
he sajd'hc ddn't .feel capable of vot
ing on the question. Jte. moyed to
defer action, '
The motion,' to strike oat. the tem
wan put arid carried on rising vbtc,
The Promotion Committee Item was
killed. Shingle and Komahu wero
the members of the Oahu delegation
who helped kill the Item,
Permanent Settlements, i
The usual I'ermnncut.Scttlcmeuts,
tlS.OOO for ex-Queen l.llluokalanl,
$400 for Mrs. Rmmn llarnard, $400
for Mrs. Kamnkanl Slmeona, $400
for Mrs. Mary Stolr, arid,, '$400 for
Mrs. Mahclona, all passed.
Hemenway On Grill, -,
Itlceiwai tho jnrai. to.tattack thq
Attorttyy Oeneral's office. When thq
item oi iuu a moniu ior seconu ucp
uty was reached, he said he could
not.sec.why there sbouldtbe any need
for so many In, the office when each
of the Counties has a County 'Attor
ney. He asked Hemenway If he
could not get along-with one deputy
If the County Attorneys prosecute
their cases In the Circuit Court.
Mr. Hemenway replied that he
could not, and referred the members
to his report to the Governor show
ing the amount of work dono by the
Attorney General's Department
Much of the work done Is In tho na
ture of opinions rendered to tho Gov
ernor. In addition tn lhl Ilia rw
issrtment during the past two years
handlcdi474i civil cases and 466 crlm
Inal cases, besides handling the
Grand Jury work. He agreed that
the criminal work ought to be dono
by the County Attorneys, and said
that had been his po'ley since ho, had
been in office. Hut in many cases ho
had to nsslst the County Attorneys.
To Illustrate, ho said he received a
letter .from Maul In the last mail
urging him to assist In tho prosecu
tion of the criminal cases at tho
term of court nt WallUku.
The last Legislature made an ap
propriation of $150 for a court offi
cer. This work has been done by one
of hoj deputies (Mr. Sutton). Tho
present bill contemplates cutting out
mis omccr, so tnq. omc,q, w.lll be
short ono deputy.
Rica still objected, saying lie
thought the Attorney General, ought
to putj more work on tho County At
torneys. Ho hated to cut out the
second deputy, who.waa a(Xriend of
nis, but the Territorial responsibili
ties are being kopt too largo. Tho
Territory was not started, right, and
tt la being found o bard matter, to
adjust, It. . ..
Douthltt wantedto kpow. If the de
partment could not get along" with
one clerk and ono" stenographer.
Hemenway thought he might 'get
along wjth one olerk''but' both ste
nographers are ken't'busy all the
time. , , ,
No Extra Lawyers. -,- , .
On Hemenway's,.sta'em.ent.tha.t If
the Item passed as In tho bill, he
would not employ outside counsel to
assist in tho work of the department,
Sheldon moved that .the-Item, pass.
Rice still protested,., hpwqycr. and
continued his flre'pf.quiystlpqs, co'n
cludln,g by moving that tfee'jtera be
deferred. This carried. "":
Shingle moved that. thet salary of
tno clerk be Increased, f6n thq con
templated $100 to. $16, and,thnt Uio.
Items, of "Assistant clerk." $75."' and
'Assistant stenographer. 17G." "tin
cut out. The motion was ruled our
The Item of $125.fgr.the aalarv.of
the clerk was passed.
rtlu,rt Ik. Um.m.
Shfngle put Hemcnwfiy .between
win norns or a uiremma uy asking
which he would rather Jose, his sec
ond ("eputy or the. asuUtantcleriandi
imsisyini sienograjjnpr, llema.nway;
hedged, saying he would prefer to'
retain tho deputy and would then
auk for a special appropriation out
of which to pay a messenger.
Shingle suggested that out of the
Income of the Government an emer
gency fund it $50,000 bo BCt nsldo
upon which any departments, too sqi
vercly cut could draw, with the ap
proval of the Governor, to tide thqra
w,c, ( an; cuivibciivy umj migni
The Item for assistant clerk finally
pasbed, as did theltem,, qf SJpp a.
month for stenogjrajjjlr', l'i)t, on mo
tion of Rico tho It'em of $75' a niorifh
lor assistant stenographer was cut
out.,. The Item of $11,400 for ex
penses also passed.
Afforysp moved to reconsider the
nctlqn" raising Ihe amount of the
f-lerk'H salary to $125, stating ho
agreed to It on the promise that the
assistant clerk lie cut out, Tho mo
tion to reconsider carried. Alfonso
moved to make the 'clerk's salary
$100, us n the bill. The mollou
I WA NT af
Advertisements Under this Heading
One:Ce'nV'P'er'WdfdE5eh Day. No Ad;
vertliements Inserted for Less Than
A long-felt wnnt eliminated A
Phonograph Kxchange will be op
ened In Honolulu, whereby you will
have the usq of S20 new Hccoids
per year at a very small cost. Any
one Interested, write fqr prospec
tus, etc. Phono Xchnnge, llullc
tin office. 4255-lw
Everybody to make money by plant
ing cocoanuts. Inquire for plants,
llox. 102 Llhue, Kauai. 4190-tf
Position by German girl to do hourc-
work. Address "A.," this office,
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
fice. SECOND-HAND CL0THINO
Iailfes'& genta' clothing bought; will
call; spot cash. 1040 Nuuanu St.
A running-board out of an automo
bile has been lost. Return to As-
socjatcd Ciorago and, receive, re
A No. 3 Eastman Koldlng Kodak. He
turn Honolulu Photo Supply for
was lost, so the Chairman said, hut
Alfonso couldn't sec It, and the com
mittee got Itself all tangled up try
ing to find out what really had been
done. Correa cut tho squabble, short
by 'moving that tho commltteo rise
and report progress. This carried.
Want to Know Why.
When the House was called to or
der, and the report rendered, Sheldon
presented n resolution cnlllng for an
investigation of tho action of tho Su
perintendent of Public Instruction In
disposing of some old and unused
desks that wero In tho Pauon school
end applying the money to tho pur
chnso of other property. Tho resolu
tion says the proceeds of the sale of
the desks aro unaccounted for, It be
ing claimed that It, was paid over to
M, certain mercantile hque fqr other
property needed 'by another like In
sjitut'on ns the one from which the
propertyV.dIsfosed''of ns taken? '
The, Ideal .Jloqr-Covering for
HALLS, BATH AND
BED BOOMS, OFFICES, AND
The only sanitary, durable
oor covering, that; is not hard I
on the "feet. We have it In
PLAIN C'OLORS'. QBArnTES.I
INLAIDS, AND PAINTS.
(Special prices on the Prin-j
4 , 1LMITED-,
MR SALE AT .ALL BABI
Tl TEEEPHONE 138F "
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TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS,
Hotel near Fort.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DBY GOODS AND FURNISHING
t U "? GOODSiof EVERY DE- I
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
The Fashion Moon.
Hotel St. near Fori
Tack Scully. Jack Boberts.
I'm Ul U Ur u$jBMr,$
Irilutlum t,r vifiwj
til uiuuui Lttu.ftrtu
nil fcr Dnisrsrtalt,
Clrtv u tut ti n!;
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SJj D0nlli,0 .Ml
'Advertisements Under tha HSadlna
One Cent Per Word Each Day.-No.Aif'
vertliements Inserted for Less Than
Fine Gasoline Engine 15 II. P ; com
plete running order, steady, relia
ble, economical, can be seen nt fac
tory of Honolulu Wire lied Co.,
12S0-1256 Alapal St 4259-tt
Lauhala Mats 3-4 In. wide braid,
$1.50 a foot; 1 1-4 In. wide braid,
$1 a foot. Inquire of Senator John
T. llrown, Senate Chamber,
A good riding; horse.
11.." Hulletln office.
New and thoroughly furnished bouts.
In Manoa Is for rent for one or twa,
years. Address "11.," Uullelln of;
Newly furnished front room, only $3
a week. Apply 1260 Fort St.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConncll, 1223 Emma St.
Housekeeping, rooms. Apply. 7p,C,Quar.
ry St. cor. Alapal.
Two furnished rooms,
HEAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
We havo over) 100 lots tor sale In all
parts of the city, Improved and
unimproved," business eltcn,
rcsldcnco e'tca and farming
sites, for prices ranging from
$60 to $.10,009; some for catb
sales, Home for Installment
sales and some for exchange.
Wo have over 60 homes for sale,, locat
ed In every residence section
of Uio city, and suburbs;, Sll
comfortablo, somo elegant, .on
various terms; somo i for' spot
enjp, some, on installment pay
niepts, some for cxcbanCo, awl
somo for part cash and part
mortgage on easy terms. ,
HOUSES. ' "'.
Wa can arrango to build houses on the
Installment plan on lots pur
chased from us by responsible
Wo have a number of good exchange
and may localo
Wo havo eight or ten prospective buy
ers urn our lists at, present;
perhaps you havo Just thu
plaeo that would suit one of
them, Como and soo us.
REAL tJST.VTB KXCHANOK, ITTD.
' A. VOKAU, Manager.
BENNY & CO., Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
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numbers of tho Bulletin office.
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