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Vol. VII. No. 1391.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1899.
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Arrived Id Transports St. Paul and
RUMORS OF BOER DEFEAT
WILL URGE SPEEDY ACTION
TROOPS OCCUPY DA6UPAN
AN OLD NATIYE INJURED
BULLETIN BOYS THANKFUL
Midt Loog Branch and the Town
itlog With Joy.
Henry Ylda a Cordial Host and Good Pro-
ilder Lnau, Swimming, Tin Horns
Football and Tbinks.
Ron Into By Hack And Left Badly
Duke of Fife.
Also Rnmor of Arrival of Relief Col
umn at Estconrt.
Dtflnite News Lacking Geo. White Sends
Report of Another Engagement Fears
of Native Uprising at the Cape.
Senator Collom to Press tbe Cause
Bill to Be Introduced the First Daj of the
Session Asks for Recognition Before
Porto Rico Governors.
Americans Now Control Whole Line
of tbe Railroad.
Crew of Wrecked Charleston Returns to Ma
nlla-Frlctlon Between Otis and Wat
sonMora Troops Needed.
If any of tho Bulletin newBboys-nro
not happy this morning' It is because
ho eat too heartily or played too hard
t tho Bulletin's great Thanksgiving
lnau at Long Branch.
Sixty-one, of the young business men
of tho town gathered at tho Bulletin
office. Thanksgiving morning nt 9
o'clock. Every boy was dressed In his
best and nil wero In holiday voice. Tho
shouting capacity of Honolulu news
boys stands second to none. There
were cheers and. good cheer for every
body. What could not bo expressed in
cheers was given over to the tuneful
melody of tin horns.
Shortly after 9 o'clock the boys wero
marshaled aboard tho busses by Mr.
Gear and Mr. Conkling and started for
tho beach, everybody from Fort
street to Wolkkl knew that tho Dullo
tin boys wero giving thanks.
Arrived at Long Branch, tho boys
found that Proprietor Henry Vlda had
mado every preparation for a Jolly day.
The houso belonged to tho boys. Some
body said "swim" and thero was a
grand rush for bathing suits. Soon the
befell and water was dotted with boys,
big boys, lltttlo boys, "plenty boys" as
An Far put it.Tho canoes wero brought
out and ovdry boy wanted tho first surf
ride. Tho result was that tho natives
manning tho first canoo found them
selves responBlblo for a load of six
teen boys. Thero was ono chanco in a
hundred that they wouldn't swamp.
The chanco was not improved. Early
in the game tho canoo was wave swept.
The boys who could swim went over
board and considered tho wreck tho
best part of tho fun. Mon Yin was
missing. This caused consternation,
soon turned to laughter by tho little
fellow bobbing up from tho side of tho
canoe to get a breath.
A pair of Denny's old boxing gloves
wero found and interest centered at
tho ring formed about tho various coiu
testants. Tho only rule followed was
that no ono should get mad. No knock
onts wow scored. .. - -,
Promptly at noon tho luau was
served. Tho tablo was laid In true Ha
waiian stylo on tho floor of ono of the
largo rooms of tho resort. Thero wns
enough and to spare. Henry Vlda per
sonally attended to tho spread nnd saw
to it that every newsboy appotito was
batlsfled. Tho pig was a big one, splen
didly cooked by Mr. Ylda's natlvo help
ers. Other delicacies wero in keeping.
After dinner thero was moro swim
ming nnd boxing and racing, until 3
o'clock, when tho busses called to take
tho boys to tho football game. Tho
boys went first to tho Punahou game,
saw tho finish of tho St. Louis and
.Malle-Illmn camo nnd about 0 o'clock
returned to tho office, n tired but hap
py lot of youngsters as ever sold pa
pers on tho streets.
WHEELER AND CONGRESS.
Both Vessels Left San Francisco November 21
With 0d Day's Later News -Names
Manila. Nov. 20. General Wheeler
lias decided not to return for Congress.
Ho Is writing a letter to President Mc
Klnloy, with a request that it be for
warded to tho House of Representa
tives. In tho course of an lntervlow
with a correspondent of tho Associat
es! Press ho said:
"Congress, if it occupies tho first day
of tho session In passing a resolution
declaring in unmlstakeablo terms that
tho sovereignty of tho United Stats is
to be maintained in th Philippines,
thus dispelling Agulnaldo's delusion
that tho antl-lmperallsta can assist
him, will be performing a sacred duty.
Such a resolution would savo tho lives
of many American Boldlers and of
thousands of deluded Filipinos; would
nvflrt famine, suffering and desolation
from these Islands and would render
-unnecessary tho expenauuro oi nun
tlreds of millions of dollars."
..Tho United States army transports
St. Paul and Dulto of Fife nro In port
with tho 38th Regiment, U. S. V., on
board. Tho St PauLarrlved yesterday
afternoon nnd the Duko of Fife early
this morning. Both vessels left San
Francisco on the morning of November
21, tho St. Paul sailing about an hour
ahead and, being a faster boat left her
consort tho second day out.
Tho headquarters of tho 33th Regi
ment aro In tho St. Paul, their being
CC3 men, 23 officers nnd a flno band on
board. Tho men nro a flno looking lot,
being mostly Southerners, recruited nt
Tho band, of which tho officers nnd
men nro Justly proud, Is a flno one, be
ing under tho direction of Bandmaster
J. Bellslo who hopes to enlnrgo It by
recruiting from among local musi
cians.. This Is the fourth trip of tho St.
Paul as n transport to Manila. Sho Is
very roomy nnd commodious nnd lias
always been greatly liked by the troops
sho has carried. ,
Tho officials of the 38th Regiment on
board aro as follows: Colonel G. S.
Anderson, commanding; Majors W. A.
Holbrook, J. D. Glennon. M. D.;, F. E.
Goodler; Cnptalns W. C. Bennett, H.
A. Read, W. a Flelslmucr, W. J.
Moore, R. M. Nolan, W. J. Vardcn, J. E.
Webber. C. E. Sawyer; Lieutenants
Malthoff, Pavcy, Doane. Covington,
Howard, Stevens, Morrison, Kelley,
ivrcts, Jacobs, Johnson, Thornton, Ber
ry, Shartlo, Husman, Weinhclmer,
Woudo. Captain W. C. Bennett Is
Tho officers of tho St. Paul nrc: Cap
tain J. M. Hayes, commanding; First
Ortlccr W. Warner, Second Officer E.,
Johnson. Chief Engineer L. Cox, Pur
ser W. C. Wilson nnd Steward C. Ram-sden.
Tho Duko of Fife has 870 men nnd 23
officers on board; also 100 recruits cu
routo to rejoin their regiments at Manila.
This Is the first, trip of the Duko of
Flfo as a transport In the servlco of tho
United States, having been charteied In
London last September. Sho was nt
Brisbane at tho tlmo and when Captnin
Mills received the cablegram ho used
nil dispatch In discharging nnd pro
ceeded to San Francisco, making tho
run In 27 days.
Tho Duke of Flfo Is a British ship of
3117 tonnage and was formerly of tho
Queensland Royal Mail line, running
between London nnd Queensland. Sho
has been chartered by tho United
States Government for six months with
an option of twelve. Her delay In ar
riving was caused uy ucarings ot ino
machinery becoming too hot owing to
tho negligence of tho oiler. Tho samo
oiler neglected ono of tho dynamos and
threw It completely out of gear. These
accidents consumed qulto a llttlo tlmo
and caused a delay of a few hours.
Tho officers of the.38th Regiment on
board are: Major C. H. Mulr, com
manding; Captains D. F. Allen, R. A.
Nichols, J. L. Jordan, J. S. Powell, C.
L. Greenstcad, W. II. Collier; Lieuten
ants G. D. Arrosmlth, J. E. Morris, J.
U Krarmer, A. J. Brown, R. F. Woods.
R. Blan.chard, P. Hltt, E. O. Abbott. W.
n. Hudson. J. R. Marwoll. D. G. Men-
dell, R. B. Ellis. Captain T. 8. Dewoy
Is surgeon, G. II. Jones assistant sur
geon and Captain J. wewion quarter
master. Lieutenant F. A. Thompson Is
Tho olUcors of tho Duko ot Flfo are:
Captain J. S. Cox, First Officer G. Mills,
Second Officer A. Hawkins, Third Offi
cer T. Tutt, Fourth Officer L. P. Colo,
Chief Engineer C. Gledden nnd Purser
The Duko of Flfo will bo anchored in
tho Btream until tomorrow, as thero is
at present no available berth.
London, Nov. 20. A special dis
patch from Estcourt dated November
20, says a report has reached there ot a
batttlo at Ltxdyshilth, Wednesday, No
vember 15, lasting from daybreak until
2 o'clock In thOT afternoon. Many
Boers aro said lo have, been killed and
many nrc reported to have been taken
prisoners. Tho British losses nre re
ported to bo much less. Another bat
tlu Is said to' hove occurred Thursday.
It Is described as tho heaviest yet
fought. Tho Boer dead, It Is added,
number hundreds, whllo tho British
losses were comparatively small.
The Standard publishes tho follow
ing from Ladysmlth, dated Sunday,
November 19: Tho nrrlvnl of tho relief
column at h.stcourt lias completely
modified tho plans of tho enemy, nnd
General Joubert lias moved to the
south In an effort to prevent the Junc
tion of tho two British forces. -'
Estcourt, Monday, Nov. 20. Today
fresh news Is again nt hand from Lady
Biiilth In tho shape of a long official
message from General Whlto and also
some private dispatches. It appears
that on Wednesday and Thursday of
last week a big fight took place, the
Boers attacking tho town In force. All
tho English Infantry wns engaged. Tho
Boers wero repulsed nnd a portion of
their trenches wcio carried. Their loss
was great In killed nnd wounded and
prisoners, but tho British casunltles
amounted to only one-tenth of theirs.
l.idysmlth Is full of wounded nnd
captured Boers. It is reported In the
fighting on November 9 tho enemy lost
300 killed nnd r,00 captured.
Major General Mcthucns patrols
havo located tho enemy on tho noreast
about ten miles off. Tho Boers would
not he drawn out. Fighting Is reported
nt tho Mool river.
Runners dcclnte that General Joubert
Is coming on against Estcourt today
with largo reinforcements, with tho In
tention ot attacking tho place.
lleilln, Nov. 20. Tho Cologno Ga
zetta publishes tho following dispatch
from Capo Town: "Everything Is pre
pared for a general rising of tho nu
tlves throughout Capo Colony. They
nro ready nt any moment to mnko com
mon cause with tho Boers."
Call Headquarters,, Wellington Ho
tel, Washington, Nov. 20. Senator Cul
lom, who was chairman of tho Hawa
iian Commission, has announced his
Intention of reintroducing on the
opening day of tho Fifty-sixth Con
gress tho bill providing a territorial
form of government for Hawaii. He
will urge action upon this measure. In
sisting that It should bo disposed of be
fore Congress gives serious considera
tion to any legislation for other In
"Tho Hawaiian bill," said tho Sena
tor tonight, "lias precedence, and, In
my Judgment, thero ought to bo early
action upon It. Congress during tho
coming session certainly ought to pro
vldo a form ot government for both
Hawaii and Porto Rico, but Hawaii
should como first.
"Congress should hnvo adopted a
form of government for Hawaii at the
Inst session, nnd probably would havo
done so. The Hawaiian Commission,
consisting ot Senator Morgan, myself
and Congressman Hltt, having made a
full investigation of conditions in the
Islands, had reported a bill to Congress
providing a form of government, but
tho weighty matters which pressed up
on Congress in consequence of tho war
with Spain prevented tho Hawaiian
bill from being taken up. Tho people
ot Han all havo now waited n wholo
year upon Congress without u murmur.
'1 hey ate loyal, patriotic Americans,
nnd they nppreclato tho causes for de
lay in giving them a representative
government. These cnuses no longer
exist, nnd tney hive a right to expect
early action. '
"Do you think romnilttees of Con
gress should bo sent to Porto Rico nnd
tho Philippines beforo any bill creat
ing a form of government for those Is
lands Is considered by Congress?"
I think It might bu well to do so,
Manila, Nov. 21.-10:40 n. m. Tho
gunboat Helena has arrived hero With
tho officers and crew of tho wrecked
rcrulscr Charleston. All aro well.
MACARTHUR IN DAOUPAN.
Manila, Nov. 20. General MacAr
thur's ndvanco forco entered Dagupan
this afternoon. Tho Americans found
that no Insurgents had been thero for
four dnys. Tho 33d Infantry was prob
ably In Dngupan yesterday, leaving last
night. No Insurgents have been seen
nnywhere near tho railroad. It Is bo
I loved that tho only armed forco of any
slzo Is In tho mountains of tho prov
ince, of Znmblcs, to tho west, nlthough
thero aro reports of insurgents concen
trating In Snn Miguel do Camllang,
west of Pnnlquo, and nt Mnngntnrom
(or Mangnlaron), west of Bayabnng.
(lencinl MacArthur Is prepared for tho
nttnek, his forces being disposed be
tween Durban, provlnco of Tnrlac, and
Dagupan. Tho 12th Infntttry nnd two
troops of cavalry nro with General Mac
Arthur below Dagupan.
VIEW AT WASHINGTON.
Call Headquarters, Wellington Hotel,
Washington, Nov. 20. Ono of tho Im
portant objectives of tho present cam
paign in tho Island of Luzon has been
achieved by tho occupation ot tho city
of Dagupan on tho Gulf of Llngnynn
and tho consequent possession of tho
railroad connecting that point with
Manila by the American troops. By
,o acquisition of tho railroad General
Otis has succeeded In driving n wedge
In between the Insurgent forces nnd
has Insured tho prompt transportation
of reinforcements nnd supplies, nnd Is
now ready to devote all his energy to
the death or capturo ot Agulnatdo nnd
tho men with him, and, according to
officials ot the War Department, this
Army Surgeon Kindly Pot Poor Fellow
In Shape to Be Transferred to
Collided With Hack.
A white man was qulto badly bruis
ed at tho corner of King and Fort
streets after tho opera last night. Ho
was crossing King street whn a hack
came along. Tho horso struck him and
in anmn OMV tin was swung around so
hnt tin rnuelit ono of tho shafts. Tho
haekman, with tho words "Didn't you
see mo coming?" drove straight on.
The poor fellow sat down on the pavo
ment and cried from pain. His noso
waB bleeding nnd his face was qulto
badly marked up.
Ten Koa Tuba.
Tho ten koa tubs for the Hawaiian
exhibit of sugars and coffee at tho
World's Fair, havo been completed and
aro now at the Foreign Office. They
aro beautifully finished nnd each Is
proTided with a glass cover bo that tho
contents can bo Been without tho neces
sity of uncovering.
Marcello Gets Ten Yeara.
Detognl Marcello, found guilty of
manslaughter In tho second degree, was
this morning sentenced to ten years
Imprisonment at hard labor.
Mullctoii Ooch to FIJI.
Apia, Samonn Islands, Nov. IS, via
Auckland, N. Z Nov. 21. Everything
is quiet here. Tho British cruiser Py
ladcs left Apia November 7 for Sydney,
N. S. W., carrying former King Mallo
toa Tnnu as a passenger to tho FIJIs to
pay a visit to his sister.
Tho German members of tho Muni
cipal Council had refused to sit with
the recently elected British members,
on the ground that tho latter had in
sulted the German flag soma months
back. Dr. Solp, president of tho muni
cipality, was much annoyed, and used
all his endeavors, though without suc
cess, for three weeks to effect an ad
justment. Finally matters wero ar
ranged nnd tho council win mcci,
Frank Cornwall, the lnrgcst British
land owner in Samoa, was found mur
dered In his bed a few days ago. It is
supposed that tho nssasBln wns a 8a
ought not to bo n difficult matter, for
But probably In tho case of Porto Rico they iibsert that Agulnaldo Is not nt
Tho PortuEueso aro celebrating to
day tho 259th anniversary of their in
At r. o'clockthls morning tho Concor
dia band met at tho hall and there rais
ed tho Portuguese flag whllo a salute of
twenty-one guns (bombs) wero flred.
This done, tho band marched through
tho Portuguese quarter as fas as Alapol
Tho band will give a concert nt tho
hall from 7 to 8 o'clock this ovenlng.
From 8 to 0 thero will bo speeches by
prominent Portuguese, among whom
will bo Sonor A. do Soua Canavnrro.
From 9 until midnight thero will bo
dancing In tho Concordia hall.
tiobIiIph holnr the anniversary of tho
independence of Portugal, this Is tho
ninth anniversary of tho formation of
tho Concordia band.
Resignation ot Thco. Hoffman.
Theo. Hoffman has resigned as man
ager of tho Hawaiian Electric Co., tho
resignation to tako effect at tho end of
tho year. Mr. Hoffman has not yet de
cided What ho will go Into noxt.
At a short session of tho Cabinet this
forenoon tho sentenco ot Ihara was re
prieved until July 3, 1900, according to
mo recommendation of tho Council ot
Stato mado on Wednesday last
Tho arrangements for tho extension
of the northwestern sldo of tho harbor
wero discussed, but nothing could bo
given out for publication as theso have
not yet been completed.
New Steamer for Houdlettc.
A recent Ban Francisco paper says
that Capt. Houdletto will bo given com
mand of the second now steamer to uo
added to tho Ocean lc's now fleet. Tho
commander ot tho third Is still In
doubt. Among tho engineers Chief
Llttlo now In tho Alameda, win receivo
first recognition and Chlf Haines sec
Tho St. Louis football team hereby
challenges tho Punahou team to play a
gamo to decide tho championship,
gamo to bo played on Maklkl baseball
grounds, December 9, 1899.
Captain St, Louis Team.
Honolulu, Dec. 1, 1899.
Some ot tho Walalua stock for tho
San Francisco subscribers will bo
placed In Attorney McClanahan's hands
tomorrow. W. A. Bowen will tako tho
rest to tho Coast.
It may not bo necessary, Tho Porto Rl-
cans aro thoroughly loyal lo tiio united'
Stiles. Thero hnR never been any dis
position nmong them to question our
sovereignty. It may ho that Congress
can Icglslato satisfactorily for them
without Congressional committees vis
iting tho Island. That will appear lat
er. But whether It Is necessary to
send a commltteo ot Congicss to the
Island or not somo form of government
for tho Poito Itlcans ought to bo pro
vided beforo thu conclusion of tho com
"Will tho bill reported by tho Hawa
iian Commission for tho government of
tho Hawaiian Islands servo as a model
for a form of government for Porto
"It may bo of some use, but I doubt
If It would nnswer In nil particulars.
Tho Hawallans aro n very different sort
of people from tho Porto means. Tho
Hawallans nro fully Americanized and
have demonstrated their capacity for
self-government. They speak tho Eng-
1 sh lancuaco for tho most part and un
derstnnd American Institutions. With
the Porto Rlcans it is different. They
havo nover had any cxpcrlcnco In self
government. Their training under
Spain has not been such us to qualify
them for It. Fow of them speuk tho
English language and few hnve, as yot,
a proper appreciation of tho principles
ot our republic. In tho beginning,
therefore, they may need a different
form of government from thnt which
wo will prpvldo tho Hawallans. Tho
difference will be In details; the under
lying principles, of course, will bo tho
In reference to tho reported Inten
tion of tho President to appoint a civil
governor for Porto Rico Immediately,
It would seem as It tho program to ap
point Assistant Secretary Allen of tho
Navy Department has been suspended.
1 ho President told Senator Foraker on
Saturday that ho doubted now whether
ho would mako any civil appointment
in Porto Rico until after congress nau
had a chance to leslslato on u form of
government for that Island and Ha
waii. It would scorn from this remark
and Senator Cullom'B interview that
tho subject has had very recent con
sideration from tho Whlto Houso and
that Senators have advised tho Presi
dent to go slow in tho appointment of
civil governors. Tho question of rove
nue In Porto Rico to support tho Island
will bo a difficult problem to uetermine.
Gehr's Railroad Engineer.
President Herbert B. Gohr, of the
Hilo-Kohala Railway, rocs to HUo on
tho next Kinau to superintend active
operations. He will bo accompanied by
a corns of engineers who will lmmedl
ately start In on tho oxtenBlvo survey
work of tho lino.
Baombong, but Is In thu provlnco ot
Znmbelcs, to tho westward of tho rail
road nnd bordering on tho China Sen,
endeavoring to conccntrato tho dctuch
incuts driven Into thnt territory for tho
purpose of making another demonstra
tion ngalnst tho American forces.
General Otis has Bhown, tho Wnr De
partment officials say, his ability to
handle tho situation with his present
forco, but before December 1, when tho
effects of tho rnlny Bcason will havo
disappeared, ho will havo two-thirds
of his reinforcements at Manila, which
ho will bu ablo to put Into tho Meld.
These reinforcements hnvo not yet ar
rived, however, and General Otis In a
dispatch to tho department today
shows thnt ho is embarrassed for want
of troops on account ot tho premature
occupation ot Zamboanga by tho naval
forces. Tho War Department officials
say that tho occupntlon ot Zamboanga
Indicates that thero Is no harmony of
action between Admiral Wntson and
Tho management aro to bo congratu
lated on having received such a liberal
sharo ot patronage during tho Thanks
giving season. Yesterday tho matinee
was tho largest on record, whllo In tho
ovenlng tho houso was crowded in
every part. Among thoso present at
tho latter performance wero tho Chin
eso Consul nnd suite, the High School
nnd St. Louis football teams and many
prominent local lights. Tho program
waB ably carried out, tho full attend
ance seeming to stimulate, each per
former to Increased effort. A new
scone, fresh from tho brush of Mrs.
Francis Hoggs, has Just been added,
materially enhancing the general stage
effect, Tho landscapo depicts somo
rugged mountain scenery with a clear,
placid lake and two majestic trees in
tho foreground. Tho work, which Is
nn original conception has been clever
ly transferred to canvas nnd reflects
credit to the artistic ability ot tho pop
ular local actress. (
Kaulial, the old emaciated native
who strolls about the streets during the
day time asking nlms ot various peo
ple, was run over by a runaway horso
attached to n hack from tho I. X. L.
stand shortly nftcr noon today. A com
pound frncturo of the leg was tho re
sult. The runaway horso had reached n po
sition In front of tho Union Express
Lo's. Odlco on King street, when tho
hack struck tho lnrgo transfer wagon
standing near tho sidewalk, breaking
one ot the spokes. This threw the hack
out and tho horso continuing, ran Into
n street car bound for Knpalama. t
Just nt this time Knuhnt happened to
bo making for tho car. Ho was struck
and thrown over, tho hack passing over
nnd breaking his leg. Being caught on
somo part of tho hark ho was dragged
along fur some llttlo distance nnd then
Oulsldo tho Peerless Preserving Co's.
shop tho horso ran behind nnother de
livery wagon nnd as tho hack swung
uround it ran up against tho sldo and
then passed right over the back end.
nt tho corner of Fort and King, tho
horso was stopped by n soldier.
Tho old native was removed to tho
paint shop whero an army surgeon,
whoso name could not bo learned, ex
amined the leg nnd fouiyl ono ot tho
bones sticking through tho flesh. Call
ing for somo boards ho arranged somo
Improvised splints, carefully put tho
bones in placo nnd nftcr binding up tho
leg. had the poor old felow put in tho
patrol wngon and removed to tho hos
pital. It was his contention that, un
der tho circumstances, had UiIb not
been done tho natlvo would hnvo died
beforo getting to the hospital.
Strango to say tho hack, nlthough It
broke, everything elso It camo In con
tact with. Itself remained Intact.
Nnauao. tho driver of tho hnck was
arrested this afternoon on the charge,
of leaving his hack in tho street with
out properly securing the horso.
Departure of the Sixth.
Batteries A nnd N of tho Cth Artil
lery marched from the barracks to the
transport Ben Mohr Wednesday after
noon, on which steamer they took pass
age for Manila. As n mark ot honor
tho Hawaiian band led tho march. At
the steamer tho men wore enthusiasti
cally cheered by their friends. Al
though tho batteries wcru Borry to
leave Honolulu, tho men expressed
their plcnsuro on being able at last to
go to tho front. Tho Cth Artillery has
mado a splendid record in Honolulu,
tno men being of tho very best nnd
most desirable type of the American
soldier. They' aro n law abiding set ot
fellows nnd Honolulu people nro sorry
to loso them. '
A soldier of tho 38th waB arrested
laBt night on Paualu street by tho pro
vost guard of tho 41th, ho having been
eauuht In tho net of taking a hat from
n Japaneso and then kicking him be
cause, ho objected. Tho fellow was tak
en to tho pollco station and then
Police Court Notes.
In tho Pollco Court this forenoon tho
following cases were disposed of:
Manuel PhlllppU and McAullffo affray,
$4 and costs each; Ah Kco, selling
liquor without a license, J100 and
costs; Peter Hollcrson, desertion, nollo
Dr. Posey, epeclallst for Eye, Bar,
Throat and Nose diseases and Catarrh.
Masonic Temple. "
WEDDING STATIONERY, Signr
ed Cards, Embossing.
H. F. OTOHMlHi
Former pupils ot St. Andrew's
Priory aro requested to meot at tho
Priory at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE CO.'S
P. T. C. Luncheon.
According to an agreement by the
P. T. O. mado at tho last monthly
meeting a luncheon for tho members
will bo given at tho club houso, Palaco
Square, at 1 o'clock tomorrow nftcr
noon. Luncheon will bo given tho first
Saturday of each month from now on.
For Sab by Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Fort St., Sign ol the BigtSfcw
f y MM