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nOKOLULU STAR-BULLETS, TVEpXESDAY, JULY. 10, ; 1912. ? ; : f
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LUMBER LADEN, TWO SCHOONERS
Honolulu Is the objr-etive? point for
lit least two lumber-laden f:hoonors.
which are report o to have sailed
from Tacoma sixteen dajrs? at;o. The
. pchooxif-r Nakomls and the William
II. Smith were towed-tb spa at, ihe
wrae time and both bnmediaiely
f.quarfd away for the port of Hono
lulu, th rival skippers dorlariuK that
they intended making an effort to
lower the record between 1 he" sound
-and the islands. The Nakornis sailed
from Tacoma, taking CiO.OO'' 'feet lum
r, while the cargo placed about
the Smith amounts to 75o,oo. ' .
4 The race Ja an Interesting one, its
the Hiart was an even break.
Lumber Rather Than Treasure.
There appears io be more money ia
the transportation -of lumber
treasure to the-owners of the ancioui
b'ark JJesper, which some w.eks :uo
was reKirted as having' leen fixed to
conduct an expedition to Cocos Island,
where the oft rejrorted treasure from
the Spanish main is said lo exist in
' fabulous quantities. '
Now conies the story to the effect
that the venerable Jlesjer Instead of
going to :Cccos Island., after throe
years idleness on the Sound, has been
chartered by Hind, Itolph and. Con
. puny; io load lumber destined for
South America. The bark was given
a gene.al overhauling before g'jin.';
into ccnimission. : ? "' -
Chinese Adapt Modern Measures.
With the arrival of the Pacific "daii
liner Korea, comes the report that m
ofiice will be established lor the reg
istration of steamships and nali e
boats at Wuchang. The names of the
proprietors and officers of the ships
or. boats," their tonnage, measure
ments and value will be put on -record.
The. registered ships and boais
will receive full protection from t ho
Government and will be exempV?d
from detention by ligin and customs
offices. The unregistered ships or
boats will not bo allowed to navigate
In. the province of Hupeh. Ten cenis
will be exacted from a steamship per
ton and five cents from a native Kwt
per picul of her gross burden as a
registration fee., No ships are allow
ed to be under foreign charter. .'
American Hawaiian Movements.
General Freight agent C. P. Morse
of "the American-Hawaiian liae h.is
been advised that the freighter
Arizonian with New York cargo via
Sallna Cruz; and also 'shipments of
freight from San Francisco and sound
pjrts "will depart from Seattle and Ta
coma on or about July 19th.
The Arizonan will be followed by
ttie freighter Virginian, to leave tje
sound for the Hawaian slands on, July
20th,- " " - : :r '
The "big freighter1. -Missourian ?s
scheduled to depart from sound poi!s
for Honolulu on August 10th.
High Itates for Tonnage.
With the present strong demand for
cargo steamers in the 'off-shore, lum
' ber trade and the chartering of sever
al sailing vessels for Uie new grain
season shippers are predicting that
the ports of the North Iacific will
again be fufl of windjammers next
fall in the wheat export trade to Eu
rope. At the present time there is a
large demand for steam tonnage in the
Australian and Oriental' trade and
practically all the tramp steamers on
their way to this coast have already
been snpped up by the lumber export
ers. Five Strath liners under charter
to the Government to carry coal Out
from the Atlantic to San Francisco
have been fixed for outward voyages
from the Coast in the lumber trade.
Charter rates for sailers are higlier
tlran.for several years. It has been
a year since the old union rate of 27
shillings and 6 pence Mas paid for a
vessel in the grain trade to the unit
ed Kingdom. The rate paid last week
for a vessel from the Sound to Kng
1 and Was 35 shillings and 9 pence.
Oil Tanker Brings Fuel for Maui Port.
The American oil tanker Santa
Ttlta. with a shinment of fourteen
thousand barrels fuel oil. for Maui,
arrived at Kahului yestemay. accord:
ing to a report brought to Honolulu
this morning by Purser Kibling of the
steamer .Claudine. The Inter-Island
eteamer returned to Hiis port wit La
large list . of cabin and deck passen-
gefs. The freight list included shii
ments' of hard wood, a quantity of
empty gasoline drums, lloo railway
.lies, 12 cords wood; and 190 packages
The vessel met with fine weather
oh the homeward trip. At the tim
of the departure of the; Claudine from
Hilo, the American schooner S. T.
.Alexandre was the only deep-sea ves
.sel at the Hawaii metropolis.
Four Coasters Sail Today.
Four Inter-Island steamers ve re
scheduled for deimrture today. The
flagship Mauna Kea, for Hilo by the
way of Maui and Hawaii ports, sailed
at 10 o'clock this morning witli nio.st
of the available cabin passenger ac
commodation occupied. A delegation
of mainland tourists took passage in j
the steamer intending to pay a visit,
to the Volcano. i
Following the .Mauna; Kea, the
freight steamers Maui and Wailele.de-,.
parted for Hawaii imrts at noon.
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Office, King Street opp. Union Grill
RACE TOWARDS HONOLULU
The Maui is scheduled to call at Ko
holalele. Kukaiau, Ookala, Iiupaboe
boe and I'apaaloa.
Tlte Wailele UxAi on cargo and plan
tation supplies destined for Kukuiha
ele, Honokaa and Paauhau.
The Claudine, which returned from L
a regular run to Hawaii and Maui
portsearly, this morning wil be dis
patched at f o'clock this evening for
Kauai, taking a hundred or more vis
itors who will attend the session's of
the Hawaiian ICvangelical Association
to be held at JJ.hu e.
Vi-sM-I Without a Flag Is Prisoner
Out on IJall Itoud.
SEATTLE. Wash.. June 29. Seiz
ed by the United States customs au
thorities under a charge that It had
been operating without being. register
ed tinder- its present ownership and
tonnage, the freight steamship Fulton,
which was libeled on Wednesday and
released under bond yesterday, is
placed -.in the unique position of be
ing a vessel without a flag and under
the protection of no nation on earth.
Alien tonnage dues and light money
amounting to $30,000 are claimed by
the United States Government, al
though: the Fulton is, in fact if not in
law, an American vessel, being own
ed by the Montesano Steamship
Company. A controlling interest in
that company, however, is said to rest
with Hod well &. Co., i British corpor
ation, which, operates the Fulton be
tween I'uget Sound and British Co-I-unibia
ports. When the Fulton Vas
sold and its tonnage capacity increas
ed without having that fact recorded
it forfeited its American registry, ac
cording to the customs officials, and
became a craft unique in admiralty
practice, a vessel without a flag.
Pensions Urged by Customsmen.
- The customs branch of the United
SLates Civil Service Retirement Asso
ciation perfected permanent organiza
tion, says the Chronicle, and elected
Nr S. Farley, president; E. W. Maslin,
vice president; George P. Clough, secretary-treasurer;
and! Charles T.
Cook, Alexander Hay, Ellis, Holmes,
Frank W. Lynch, William Johnson,!
and Thomas Hearty members of the
executive committee. The officers are
also ex-officfo members and officers of
the executive committee. ;
E. W. Maslin spoke on the necessity
of .organization and attendance in or
der to attain the objects.for which the
organization had been formed, to fos
ter public sentiment in favor of retire
ment of e aged and incapacitated
employes of the Federal civil service
upon just "and equitable, annuities; to
promote a feeling of interest and good
fellowship among such employes; -to
encourage faithful attention to duty;
and to promote the cause of civil ser
vice generally, and the welfare of the
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Union Line Hard Hit.
Two vessels of the Union Steamship
Company, to which the liner Tahiti,
now in port, belongs, met with acci
dents in New Zealand recently, accord
ing to advices to the marine depart
ment of the Chamber of Commerce.
One or the vessels is a total wreck as
the result. " The steamer Kotuku sail
ed from Greymoutk on May 17th and,
while crossing the bar, struck the
wreck of the steamer Hawae, with the
result that lier propeller was carried
away. The Hawea was wrecked on
the bar.some'months ago. The steam
er Haupiri, of the Union line, went
ashore at Barrett's reef on May '10th,
but'Avas floated and towd Into port.
This" vessel, which was of 1054 tons,
is' a total loss. '
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Hall Now Loading For Kauai.
Having been discharged of a shii
meht of 5000 sacks sugar, a numDer
of creates of chickens, ducks, cocoa
nuts, also gasoline drumsand 76 -packages
sundries, the steamer W. G. Hall
from Kauai ports is being supplied
with lumber and general cargo, pre
paratory to sailing for the Garden
Island at five o'clock tomorrow oven
ing., . A small number of passengers
will depart in this vessel!
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Girl Operator in the Mariposa.
The steamer -Mariposa, formerly-on
tne tan rranciseo-iionoium run, is
raid to be the first liner makfng Se
attle a home port, which carries a
young lady wireless telegraph op
erator. The Mariposa went out on
her last trip from Tuget' Sounu ports
to Alaska with Miss Mabelle Kelso
Sugar and Koa Lumber from Hawaii.
Sugar to .the amount of 6550 sacks
and 145 pieces of koa timber made
up the bulk of the freight brought to
this port this morning in .the steamer
Niihau. The vessel cleared from Ho
nuavo after havfng been discharged
of a quantity of coal aud plantation
Kauai Sugar List. i
Sugar awaiting shipment on Kauai
. includes the following shipments ac
cording to report received in this
city this morning with the arrival of
the steamer W. G. Hall: Mak 2G.042,
G. & R. lsro, MclV 23.44S, K. S. M.
.14.800, K. P. .14,35, L. P. 13,041 , G.
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New moon July 14 at 2:42, a- ro. ,
Temperature 6 a. m., 3; 8 a., m.,
77; ,10 a. m.,: 79; 12 noon, SI; mini
mum last nieht. 72. '
Wind 6 a. m.f velocity 4, direction
Northeast; 8 a. m., velocity 4, direc-
tion Northeast; 10 a. m., velocity 12,
direction Northeast; 12 noon, velocity,
10, I direction Northeast. Movement,
past 24 hours, 133 miles. j
Barometer at 8 a, m.f 29.97. Rela-
tive humidity 8 a. m., i. . Ausoiuie
humidity, 8 a. m.,..uI. Uew, point at banpaging, splints, artificial respira
8 a. m., m. Total rainfall during past tIon, throwing life-lines, making shift
24 hours, .07. . ' t stretchers", tr?e tireman's lift and other
mmmmm mmammmm ' Scout drills.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
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(Special Cable to Merchants' '
Exchange.) . '
' , 'Wednesday. July. 10, 191Z v" i. 7 V V1
TACOMA Sailed, July 9, S. S. Alas- Fifth TroO ofsBoy Scouts.
kan for Honolulu. ' - ' J Hnohflu Javelin Patrol David
KAHULUI Arrived"; July 9, S. S.'.In leader;- Henry Thompson, sec
; Santa Rita front Port San Luis. tona; Victor Uoyd,:Ralph Johnson, Nel
II ANA Arrived,. .July. 10,. Schooner son Roi in son, Robert . Royd. " Daniel
Muriel from San Francisco. j Vida, Harold Kruger, Theodore. Decker.
YEOKOHAM A Arrived, July 9, S. S.' Golden Arrow Pafrol Frank Silva.
Nile, hence June 29.
BREMERTO Arrived, July 10.
S. S. Colorado, hence July 2.
M ELBO U R FNE- Arrived , July 5,
S. Ikala, hence June; 9.
U. IS. A. T. Logan will arrive Friday
'at 2 p. m.' frpm San Francisco.
A fleet of fine- modern cargo car
riers has. been added to the German
Australian line during-the past 12
months. Of these the latest is .the
Uusseldorf, which at arrived at Mel-
bourne on Thursday evening on her
maiden Voyage, fully laden with gen-
era! merchandise from Continental
ports for Melbourne,; ' Sydney, and
Brisbane. Like othernew liners of
her type belonging to this fleet whlcb
have previously visited Australia, the
Dusseldorf is" a remarkably fine look-'
ing vessel, having, a carrying capac- the marriage secret but it was the
ity of about .10,000 tons and a sea desire of the newly united couple to
speed of 19 knots an hour.; Embody- have a very quiet wedding and, as
ing all the most modern appliances result, they are' -receiving congratula
tes the safe and rapid handling of tions much longer than" usual, sis
cargo, the visiting liner shows a knowledge of their-marriage gradually
"finish" In all her appointments rare becomes known. ': . ". '
ly Excelled, on "freighters," her ,ac-( Mr. Battersby is the assistant inan
comraodations for officers andN crew ager of lne Sachs Dry' Goods Co. and
being of a high standard Few. cargo has resided in Hawaii for a number of
carriers coming to Australia are fitted year, during which he has made mnay
with 'wireless but. on all these new friends : s . Emma Battersby, the
steamers of . the German-Australian brlde, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
line the system has been installed, B. French, 1464 Emma street, u
pnd the Dusseldorf Is no exception. ;", '.frp uk ;e,!n f
Regarding the seafaring qualities orand raised .girl with of
the Dusseldorf, Captain J. Schuldt Is - ' -1 -"n f hno
enthusiastic. He' reports that the . he wedd 1S ajomance of home
voyage passed off without remarkable
incident, but states that the bunker
coal provided at a South' African port
where the vessel called ewoute was
Very-poor. Otherwise she would have
arrived : earlier, although ; the run
across was .accomplished . in excellent
timo u wn
- Friends in rthis
word from Captain Josselyn master of
the bark Nuuanu to the affect that the:k -SS'iSi
tt' oo EaSt cf M. Trimble, H. A.. Wade, Rev. II.., I?,
the United States 332 days ago, should Tl1f TQV n n ni Miss Case.
arrive at Honolulu on or about July
The Nuuanu now holds the record for-
the longest passage ; between ; Ne!vv
York and the islands, owing to. the
disaster met with last December when
me vessel alter ruling out a storm, : glares," Mrs. : Pery, M. Kahalpp, J.
was obliged to put into the Falkland m Brown, J, Williams, Mrs. .II. Wil
Islands badly battered, and with up- liams,: J. M. Kohiwa, Hiyashi, Miss
per works either smashed or carried
?si ' v; ' " . ..
Included in the ' cargo to arrive at
Honolulu on July 1 7th - in the Am r rr-
can Hawaiian freighter Alaskan, ?s
froitrhf tVint loff Vour Vnrlr rm T.f-v
21st in the Oregonian and also in Via
Texan on May 27th. The Alaskin Is
also bringing cargo supplied at San
Francisco and sound ports.. ,: V .
If you didiVt read in yester
day's Honolulu Star-Bulletin:
VJU V CL 11UX X CllO Ul VsUU V Cll L1UU y u
"Bonds AtRecord Price' r
u,Cohen Announces Intentions"
"McCrosson and Ditc Bill"
"Evangelical Conference Program"
"Surgeon-General Cooper Honored"
"Captain Berger In New York' 9 :
"Hawaii Loses Statehood Chance"
"Fistic Stars Fail To Stowaway"
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BACK FRRill HIKE
. ; Nineteen Boy Scouts commanded by
Scuuttnater James Wilder arrived by
rf" tl. 1 ':. - ' .
u.vi)i. jrjip uu. cvh-
after a tramp of ten days' dura
tion, in which , they made all livin
expenses by their shows given en
route. Over thirty dollars. were taken
in at a special show Kiven at Halelwa
j fOT the yachtsmen who passed through
ther. ilonday. This paid all expenses.
but trie troop still owes for eiuiD-
uient. and to pay off this debt will
give a speeial exhibition ori the Ma
nuka site grounds at , 5 o'clock " next
Tuesday evening. v ' , ( : vi
All the boys were very enthusiastic
over the trip and gav much praise to
Mrs. James Castle, who took them all
j over the grounds of the Castle, home
at i-aie. i ne roiiowing day at Kahuku
the iscouts jjave . what Uiey say was
the most successful exhibition of the
trip. . C -
There was a large ind enthusiastic
audience on hand, which contributed
generously after the-exhibition by the
seeondj-ciass Scouts in Jenot-tyingfl
I Four of the number which made the
hike are' registered temporarily for
j instruction under Wilder'a direction,
1 while the remainder are divided into
. two patrols of firsthand second-class
Scouts.;, "v. :'r-- "; l:-'.?-";'yr
; The following boys, most of them
members of the Palama IJoj-s' Club,
j leader; Abraham Ahmoyt second;
U. ( Adolph Siebert, George Victor, Alex-
.ander Hoapili, Palmer Parker, Ciiong
A)i 1 1 in Thnma.T-v1ia fnrrnr0 T s nA
Joseph Smith. . . -
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Friends are just learning of the
marriage of Mr. Wm.; i Battedsby tin-i
Miss Ema French, which took place
on June 22. - at the home of the bride's
cunt, Mrs. Ellen Dwight,. 1543 Makild
street. Few people, know of the wed
ding; except the Intimate friends and
rlatives who were present at the cere-
mony. No attempt was made to Keep
auu uc- cZZLZ
severui .years ;"'i 'M " w
r 0?eU.mVB: r- tteT has
resided wit hthe brides parents,
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I v PASSENGERS ABBITED t
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i ' Per. stmr. Claudine,
S. Y. Aino,
Maui ports Miss
Mrs:';D.: Richards, Miss Richards,
Thos.. Phillips E., G. Bartlett, Mrs. C.
u Mrs" K ' TCnlino. A C. Dow
sett, Mrs. J. Kalino, J. W. Befgstrom,
M iss Anderson. Mrs. ' Anderson, Rev.
Yee KIu. Mrs. HT Kaloi. Mrs. VJ. :G:
. g Pauio Mrs. -M. Langse. ; Miss A
Mitchell. Rev. J.'. K. KahoopiL Rev.
ID. N. Apunui. .Mary Asam, Martha
?; Welch, Mrs. .'J. Kaluma,1 Mrs. A.
Welch, Mrs. M. Watsoa, Miss Wv K.
Saffery, Eva Saffery; 50 deck.
. Dai otmv T fl -Mq11: frnm lBliai
ports- Hon. - P. R.' Isenberg, J. C. . Cur -
tiss, Y. Marikawa, Mrs. J. J. Delaney,
. Miss I. Ward, Mrs. M. Freitas, Miss
Mary Freitas; :v-' "' ,-.'..
There was a flurry amidst pbts and
pans in the scullery of the Inter-
Island flagship Muuna Kea a few
minutes before the sailing of the pop
ular Hilo liner for Hawaii this morning.-.
, A wail went up from the cid Unary
department, and Skipper .."Dad" Free
man was asked to hold, the sp until
such time as the chief cook shouli
return to his domain.' . - -Ah
Sam, who for years has presid
ed over the galley in all important
runs maintained by the Inter-Island j
Company,' got himself into trouble
this morning. '':. '::'.,"
While hastening from the ship tL
the Mauna Kea wharf nffiro : hf wai
Cnlfdil hp tfkA ' -k.Tl . 1 .
told that he was under arrest. Th?"
affrighted Chinese looked into no les5
fearsome presence than Special Of
fleer Calvert, appoinied by the Harj
bor Commission, to enforce the antU
rmoking regulations on ;all .territor
ial" wharves. " '
.. The Chinese chef was caught witl
the goods. With a lighted cigarette m the very
ret at a Jaunty angle, the cook wa car, while )
busy giving direction, for the placinc involved.;
of some: stores; when he was nabbr of vacancies
by the alert Calvert. , :he 'next few
"You are under arrest" declared thl that one of
officer.- v ' ;'.. ' ,''. - ,;',-"--. ior to Marston
"What for?" inquired the Chinese of public '.
"Smoking on the wharves, -which in was nbrP,i
punishable with a fine of $25," addeome time be- !
tVa r i - "V . , e mainland,
c!: !.:1316? Ind"Ctnounced that
r,r.n a. a : ....., -nc
diouuii. y?L ueuima-r .loiioweu, .an,.,,,,. , i
Calvert Rtartod tn Htip- fr n tr,xurnea- M
wagon, when he was intercepted bnuI"ff to act
Port Steward Campbell, who proteslp50lnted and ;
ed at "any move being made to delaTRe Governor
the Mauna Kea, which was then readconcern,nth? ;
to pull away from the -wharf, wiier,menuent in
Upited States mails, as well as a larg v
list of passengers and a quantity c -freight.
: . . " . it crop of col-
The Inter-Tsland officials arrangended jobs has
for a deposit of bail money with tiling of superl-j
police to insure the reappearance
the oriental chief cook with the riMM
The liner sailed away, Calvert le
the wharf, firm in the belief that a
outraged . justice, had been satiate
with the payment ot a fine, while
bunch of prominent business md
fcmoked away at the lower end of tl
wharf in ignorance, of the awfii fa
that might have befallen them h;
they been discovered In the : act
paying tribute io "Lady Nicotine"
a , prohibited zone.-' . , :
Ambassador , and . .Mrs White"
i,t wu h,, .n ;un Ti :,...f 9es per gallon, ?50.
Reid will have , io leave DorchesiA
House in London in October, owh
to the approaching marriage, of h
George ' Hoi ford, , owners of the ma
sion, - The Reids will occupy a sma
er hou8e,in Park Lane,
Election of Officers.
At a '. meeting of the incorporator,
of jthe Territorial Realty-Co.,' IimitecC
held ' Saturday, ; $,r2, ih to?L
lowing officers were electedefor the eirf
suing year: -. ;
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Lum Yan I loon . . . . ...... .Presiden
t.Yee" Lan Kwai . . . . .V. . . Vice-Presiden
Chang Hing . J . . .i . . . . . . . Secretarjl
Yee Yap .,..'. ... i ..7, . ....1 Treasurer
Yee Keu .. ............... ... . .Auditor!
; (Sgd.) CHANG HING, i
-''. . Secretary.
July 10, 1912.
There will be a meeting' of th. Re- h
publican Club of the . Tenth , Precinct,
Fourth District, at Rates and Nuuanu
stfeets, on Friday evening, July 12,
1912,. at 7;30 o'clock.l f or, the purpose
of making nominations. for, the officers
Of the said precinct club,, to be voted
for on Friday, evening', July 19, 1912.
Ht 7:30 o'clock.
E. FAXON BISHOP,
President, Tenth Precinct, Fourth Dis
trict, Republican Club.
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TENTH PRECINCT, FIFTH DIS-
There will be a meeting of the Tenth
Precinct, Fifth "District, Republican
Club at Hopkins residence, corner of
King street and: Kalihi road. - at 7:30
to 8 p. nt.. July 12 1912; for the. pur
pose of nominating officers for the en-
1 , 'T' e e ?
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- 52S4-3t ..;... . -. :':v Srt'y.
The feature of tonight's program at
the Liberty Theater,a five-nti photo-'
play, with Dickens "Oliver Twist a-
the subject, is. according to mainland
press comment, one at the most Inter
esting "book" pictures ever attempt
ed, while an added interest to the pic
ture, and one which has been the i
mp'ins nf . 'attract ihtr lnrcA :inil5'nf ,s1
wherever the picture h:is been exhib
ited is the fact of Nat C Goodwin be
ing starred in the character of "Fag
! in the Jew."
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STATEMENT OF CONDITION . . !.
The lank of Hawaii, Li
OF HONOLULU, HAWAII,
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 29, 1912
v. ;'"';: Assets.
Loons, Discounts ami Over- '
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Bonds .... 13S,050.42
turea . . ......
Ileal Estate' ...
Cus'iorners.. Liabilities un
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Cash and r)u from Hanks L'.llft.'.lI.CO
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any style frame or mount
inn or into your old ones.
pifrei D. Faliweainsr
, iJarrl sou Block. Vort Street. ,
Thi" -"Vnrti-enrlTi iit'nmii-" fTiifrr
in ballast, was dispatched for lv.ueka
this morning after having remained
at the port for the past ten days d:--charging
coal .brought- from Ansa aiia
and consigned to the InieriSiaad
Steam vigation Company.
The Guernsey 13 to load lumber at
-jthe northern California port destined
for the colonies. ,
' . T ' - f
A terrific .tornado, . . sweeping
thr-ough Regina, SasK.. k.lled &u i r
sens and did $10,000,000 worth of daui-
W. q. PEACOCK 6. CO LTD;
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
. ' Merchant. Near Fort,
I the - ' ;
SHED 1S00 . j - ,
GROCERS. V ;
Capital Paid ITp
Surplus and Profits . .
L 1 1 e r s f 'red i t ) u 1 5s ta nd -inj
Dividends Uncalled for
5.4 4 6,235. 21
swear that the ahove is true to. th
(Signed) F. R DAMON, -Cashier.
(Signed) II. II. - WALKER '
thl? 1st day of July, 1012. .
J. D. MARQUES,
Public, First Judicial 'Circuit, T.