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, At tho adjourned annual meotlng of
tho Stockholders of tho Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company, Limited,
held this day, the following orflcors a substantially built and well-furnish-and
directors were duly elected for tho cd bouse with a good water supply;
J. L. McLean ....
N. E. Gedge .. ..
C. H. Clapp
A. W. T. Bottomley
. ... Treasurer
Directors J. Ena, G. N. Wilcox,
W. O. Smith, August Dreler, C.
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Honolulu. April 15. 1902. 2122-2W
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the Regular Annual Meeting of
the Ilnwallan Realty and Maturity
Company, Limited, held on tho 12th
day of April. 1902. the following ottl
cers were elected to serve for tho en
L. K. Kentwell President
Frank Andrade . Vice President
John D. Holt Jr Treasurer
A. L. Ahlo Secretary
Ed. Stiles Auditor
The above officers nlso constitute)
tuc Boaid of dltectors.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND
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l Honolulu. April 12, 1902.
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FOR SALE At a reasonable figure,
freehold estate at Walomau, scar
Wnlnhlnu. Ttin nrnnpt-tv rnnntqtu nt
also cartsheds, servants' quarters, dl
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abovo go all cattle, horses and pigs,
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' nnuf ..vlaflnt. ni-ulnal ihn fitnrlct nt
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u. Riley, at Military Headquarters, on
or boforo the 12th day of May, 1902.
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Descendant of Pirates
of Gold In
By WILUIAM R. SABJN.
ERE'S my home; ftmo In iter, wan' made In tho City of Hamilton ontury, Just before t8S0.
cut of the Bun," ald Cap-
tain Janes. We rcnled a
rickety fence, stumbled
over a lot ot loose coral,
climbed over some scattorl lumber
and ducked under an old tall support
c.1 by a po'o resting between the
stumps of two nlgeroba trees which
had been left charred and forlorn by
the fire which swept Honolulu''' China
town In February, 1MU.
The captain drew up n couple ot
empty oil drums, placed a piece of
tv n vat over each, and we tat facing
cnth other, sheltcicrt from the glare
ol the sunlight and enjoying the
pltasant breeze that found Its- -way lu
at one end of the tent and o it at the
There's the lumber for the fishing
rchociner I'm going to build.' tfcid the
nptnl. Jerking his pipe In tb direc
tion of a pile of nor'west wn)h ran
nliing one side of the tent.
I haven't moved In her yet," ho
continued: "I'm waiting till 1 lmild
my shanty. You see I've started tho
foundation out there, a'ready. Hero's
wl.ero I'm going tojiulld my boat and
tl.ls will be my headquarter"- when ev
ei) things flNed."
PITCHING HIS TENT.
Cantaln Janes Ms building n cabin
In a small lot on Queen Mit1 at the English, Scutch and T.elsh to Austru
Ewn end of the harbor, and when his lla.
headquarters li completed he will bol "Then tame the Montreal traders of
able to look from his front window those days, vessels of about IWO tons,
out upon the busy-rallwny wharves, There was the John Ilutl. 'lru llrllon,
wl'.cie'theie Is always something do-1 City of Hamilton and the City of Que
lug. ( afterwards lost In thu (lult of St.
"I see you had a piere In toe paper
the other day about the old American
clippcr ship Hieailnaught." Mud tho
e.iptaln. "Speaking of th Dread
n-'iight. ie minds me of the old prlgl
nr,l Dteadnaught of Trafalgar famo,
cm of Nelson's old wooden-sides.
"Well, sir, I've tein aboard Nelson's
old vessel and many another famous I
The old nreadnaught u,i to Ho at ,
the Deptford docks, on the Thames,
In London. She was n Mhoolshlp
v.t.ere they sent bad boys, and how 1 1
come to know her was this way. You'
see, my uncle, by marriage, jjin Wai
ler, who was one of Nelson's old Tru
lulgar sailors, with one leg koiio, was
boatswain of the Dreadnaught and re
mained so until his death. My moth-
, .H.,.1 u..... I .". .. t.nliv .! nwl... ....... . '
" " '
rrthcr worked lor the Hritlsh Govern
lutut ut the IVptford do, lit. Thin
was away back In elghteen-forty-somc
thing. If I remember coiruetly
FORGOT TO ASK HIS AGE,
i ..!-.. i ...,. i i 1c .... i
, , , ,, i I'l'inng wiu reii paint tin tin, enrved
fuiciit to nsk the od man mv line,. .,.,. .
i in in rv iinn uiini 111 i oj. iiiii. i
, . , . , , ., , ,
r.'li(-n f Lift lin,Tit) 1 Inlnli I unu mil
...... .-... ..v . ........ .
enough to have stnse, anyway
"Well, as I wns saying, my falhet
uitirled Sally Walker after niy moth
er died, to hae someone to rnl?e ull
-.r small kids who were It ft mother
less. Pally Walker was a sister ol
.llm Walker and was the widow of an
other old Trafalgar sailor who foughl
with Nelson at the battlo of Trafal
t.ai. t)ne of her sisters married liar
iv Cllitun, the first printer of ballad
In Ixmdon and a great actor at that
time. I'erhaps you've heard ol
Hlanche and Harry Clifton of modern
times, them of the trapeze talent. I
saw them In San Francisco years ago.
I hat's wnere I first formed nn affec
tion for tl.e newspaper business, In
),c original Harry Clifton's little'
Hinting shop, up In u garrot in lon
don. That flm Impression may ex
ulaln why I later went Into the news
! i.rer business.
WASN'T AN ANGEL CHILD.
"Well when I wns a youngstir 1
v-hfii't any angel, and mv father used
io threaten to put me aboard the old
Khool-thip Dreadnought, which had
be,n In the battle of Trafolgur. When
I was partlc'lar bad this threat used to
n.alie me behave, for I knew that
sboard the Dreadnaught they put the
ocys over the breech of a gun and used
die latHi'-nlne-talls on them, applying
-. where it did the most good.
"The Queen of England slnro stop
lri) this painful habtt aboard school
ships. It wasn't stopped while I was
i.i London, however, and ns n kid I
.ad always a wholesome fear of Nel
sons old uieaunaugni.
"My lather was master und carpen
M ami everybody Knew him around
re Deptford docl n, mj 1 had Hip run
.1 the plain and saw many nnd many
famous old vessel, and went aboard
d:lps Horn nil corners of the earth
ly father went an carpenter anil
ninetimes captain In the old Aber
ieen barks lleiolue und Ilurlitco.
"It didn't take mo long to got the
rale for tho mil being around ships
if all kinds so much. My first trip to
HUNBAY BULLETIN. HONOLULU. It. T.. SUNDAY.
Runs Away From
Janes Has Marvelous Memory
and Cattle Thieves the First Discoverer
Alaska "Stickeen's" Storiei
Waves and Waterfront.
t - j Montreal, Cimadn. lu 1M!, If I re
"I ran see (nrtay the ship Hint vised
t" lie alongside the uockH nt 7optford.
.Out then' nt thu north key lay the
American transom ships, with big.
ri undnil hows. These were the ves
uls which carried so many thousands
nnd thousands of Irish to America
t.nrlng tht years lets, l!, "iio, "M and
'i. II was during the famine, ami the
English persecution In Ireland.
RCMEMDERS FAMOUS SHIPS.
One of these vessels which help4"'
t populate America was the North
t.mherlaud, lost n few yenrs later oft
Ire west coast of Ireland, with several
hundred Irish Immigrants aboard. The
Cornelius Orennell was one ot them
,,,. Hl, rurward went to the Arc-
tli Other of these boats were the
Congress, Hathaway 'nnd Conconl. 1
have seen nil them.
"Other Vessels whlrh used tn lie at
Ihe same qnuy were the fnnious Abet
! en clippers, the line that helped to
loputate Australia for ten years or w.
Tl.ey were full-rigged, gieen-palnteil
vessels belonging to the Hull Ilroth-
cm. There was the (.Vnliirlon, Maid
.liidnh, tar of Ilethlehem, .lerlchn,
Nineveh, Jerusalem. Nareri-tli, and
others. They carried hundreds of
l.a-.vienee. They belonged to Hugn
Allt n. They were the beginning ot
thi famous Allen line of vessels be
tween Canada und Eugland.
"Cuptiiln W. 1), II. JunesHr.t r in
lather's brother, was a partner lu the
coal business with Hugh Allen at that
time, and the'- hud an office at the
ftnt of McGill street, Montreal, They
btiiTt the nwbout Topsy, so well known
m Canadian waters.. She was the only
m i that time on the St. Ijiwri'iice, I
This whs some time after IRoO.
'They built thu Oliver Cromwell, the
Ontnrlo and tho Royal Middy. My
I'uther was master of one of these
boats at one time.
OLD ABERDEEN VESSELS.
"Hut I've been cutting adrlll from
lie inn snips wn en used In le tin to
iini nepuurii uochs. I remember the
Altr H,p, HtKlouiil. Iloarhomid.
(llnylmlmil ,,,, the lleil Rldliighood
,, oMnn(Kll. , ,,,,,.,. Wlllr,.tllu
Ihe tutting oi tin- IlKureheudK ot th
In ni .- ..I.. I ...r -
, . . .
icmiiK in lime lieu Jiiuingliooil. Tliosn
"-----i,r..llii.iul.l..j 1....A.. i ,,
place Ihe figureheads on the Red Rid
I'.s-hood Hnd the Robluhood.
"As I said before, i 1T011 1 know how
oU' I was when I 1,-lt England. There
vas some war going ou ut tin- time.
II r, member seven vessels were driven
i n the Scottish coast and four of thu
rrews were fed at our house. ThatV
when wo were In oi-otlund. They were
lorelgn fellows, spenklug n lingo I
"Hut let's get back to Ijnnlun again
f.nr. take another look at he Deptford
docks. At the south keynghi across
jfn.ni the "north key, the fniuoiifl I3hhI
India ships lined Io lie. They wer
great nimrter-gallerleil vesn'els fh,.
trA !, r......., x. .. .
, ".""' """'" "-" nas immor
"' ' " i- iu wiiniT in til .j
"I'.viiiiih Binries. TIu7 were owned
by Dickie fireen and were named aft
er placcH In India. They used to car
ry from ten to fourteen gnus ami eould
l.o turned Into men-of-war or .trans
rorts If desired. I remember the not-
leu-geraniunis on their hlgn poops und
.M"' WB1,hliK hunglug out to dry undet
eelr overhanging wlmlows.
LONG-HAIRED LASCAR CREWS.
"Then tho old I'arseo vessels used
to Ho behind tho Kust Indlamtm. They
i ero owned by rich India merchants
and cnrrleil lascar rrows. I remember
tho lascars with their (lowing hair.
The feulr of some of them used to be
six and eight feet long. 1 ilon't re
member how to spell the names ol
th'osn vessels, but tiioy were called
something like tho Jamboree, tho Jura
htloo, and the Jainberlskeo. I think
( ne of them was nnmed tho JeeJIskec
ji e, but, mind you, I wont swear to
th, spelling. It Is bad enough to have
tho memory whlrh 1 possess, without
inrrvlng such names In my head. I
couldn't pronounce thmn, anyway, un
less I'd been brought up nn curry nnd
rice ull mv days.
"Now I'll tulto ven down to Rotten
lcw. when, thu old hulks used tn He
'n tin, TMeie. Remember, i'i's wuu
right on the crack of the nineteenth
ArillL 20, 1902.
"Here would Ho a lot ot old vessels
s me of them for sale with a broom
r.nisted at the main as rf sign that they
could be had by anyone who' was tool
em ugh to pay good money for them
mill take thorn away.
ROTTEN ROW'S FASCINATION.
"There were, some rare eitrlosltlrt
r Rotten Row and It was the delight
l my Imaginative, childish hours to
nvni from one otd relic to Ihe other;
qilorlng their musty nnd deserted
ei bins; peeping Into their lockars,.
Men lowering myw-lr Into the ,'ark
h me depths ot their ml and spider In
tested holds. And what a world of
treasure there was to me In all this.
"I was always a fanciful child and
o great restlessness possessed m)
snil. I did not seem to be myself
Hull the time T believed I wns some
i.i' else who had lived long, long ago
" ho had rome back to the world. Ami
offen have I fell that way since. I live
in the dear, old Inteieslfng past nrtn
(.luler through the old scenes over
Mid over again, with gnosis of haunt
t ships for my companions and Inv
i'ri-b of dead heroes nnii pirates In mj
"The old world moves on so mst
The world seems to be sllppln;: away
Horn me. It Is running uheitit fiistei
than I run keep up. 1 am lonely, for
I meet so few wlm can lull; with me of
the olden days. Once In a while 1 'meet
nn old sardine on the beach of Mime
country who hits seen the things I
Pave seen and who has Known tho
fblps 1 have Known, but even then It
generally turns nut that his memory
fi.lls him and he cannot go with me
beck Into the past. So I have to wan
oei ndown the passed years by my
Mil. with untiling but mv vague rim
!(tions or life to bear m company.
LIKE THE SHIPS OF COLUMBUS.
"There were some shljis In Ilotlen
How- whlrh were of the stylo of the
:iift ti'iiit Columbus took to America.
TIlw. ,Vl.r,. ,,.,, WniL
K)s: quaint fiieek craft winch had
viallureii mini)-u halTIIng wind ami
stiirmy bliTw- lu (lu, Adriatic n,,d the
Mediterranean: vessels from rienoa:
TurKlsli gnlleys. and odds and ends of
r'l Kinds or marlno humanity. Then
there weie some pretty close modern
Imitation' If I may mi' term them, i.r
IMe V I. m ..,.ll..,u n-i., ..,, .. .
" " '- " "" "" ""'11
n.Micrii changes, one could still sc
the strong resemblance to the valleys
' t the Vll.lngs. They luid tery brlcht
H ji.Mes. their planks being piillsheil wltn
e II, s.ip ul ll tree. I could alimist see
., ...-.,, uinr miii'k,
l enuli! lunr II Id shins talk nmi
.. .. "i unps iiiik, ami
... . .
ire) unu me many a wonderful tut,.
When the wind whispered through
their rolling ilggliu I listened wltn
Hi my. soul on lire. I wns rimelnaled.
I understood them when they ground
W.gither In li disturbing blow, as if
they bated to have fni-lr rest dlHturh
'I by the winds whlrh dared ft, molest
tlim In their final retreat Irom the
ocean's stouns. Some of their holds
v., re half full of water.
"My ancestors on my father's ride
and that reminds me. I will tell
ou something I don't ordinarily talk
about. I feel ll'sti speaking of It. so 1
will let my thoughts! cprcsH them
VIKING DISCOVERED AMERICA.
"ll Is a proven fact, ns far as tht
undent history of Norway Is concern
iJ. that a Vlklng left Norway In hit-MlU-7
to go to Iceland somewhere
lit out the yenr inn. In Iceland he
t'unmlftdl sumo crime ngulnst the
laws of the land and was outlaw, d. So
he set sail for the wi-ht and niter man)
di.ys he arrived off the coast of VI r
ginla. hiindr, ds of years before Chris
I, pher Columbus discovered what was
( i.e day to be tho 'land of tfio'frco and
tho home of tho brave?
"Ten or twelve years ago. Harper's
Muithly publlshi-d an article on this
ry subject, describing l"ne Incident
of tho discovery of America by this
"I believe that the restlessniss that
!-as governed my life caused by the
Vlklng blood which bolls In my body
'rem the crown ot my head to the llp
i f my toes.
ANCESTOR8 WERE PIRATES.
"My ancestors on my father's side
ere pirates, Vlkliiga. On my ninth
i s tide my ancestors were pure bred
u lers. entile thieves.
"Theio Is no doubt in my mind Hint
nany of in?' ancestors swung from the
. idiiriii for piracy or wero hung from
V biittleruents of towers for cattle
"I with that time would come again
I teiily believe I would prove true to
mo Instincts ot my forefathers and
iiiat would hoist the black Hag and
"My mother wns a thoroughbred
n'ghland lassie, Mary Krazcr, ot Clan
rater, born In NalrriTnear Cromerty.
"I may not havo the blue blood of
let first iamnivs ot Virginia In my
wdy, but I'm proud to any that I'm
.nr direct descendant of pirates and
"I bcltavo sometimes that one of my
Lckless ancestors has crawled Into
me. nnd that I am tilm nnd not mvBelf
Hill, I mtibt b'e I, so I guess I'm my an
ctf.tor rlgnt enough.
"Yes; I think I am that very Viking
who dlscou-red America "iiindreds ol
)ears before Co'umbus spied tho West
ern World. 1 m from tne old, old
nut that's another story. I mad
tups to Canada and the West Indies In
ip) boyhood dayB.
"Say, I remember well when tne
f.rst ships came home to Ixindon frotc
California, 'lhat was In HBO. I think
Their sailors were- men worth looking
upon. (Ireat. raw-boned, hefty rello
In red shirts and great top-boots with
silver spieadeagles ornamenting tho
K ps. There were wnrm times around
tin docks when those boys landed
Those nre the days wnen me snuur.
i,f the Cullforniabotind easels used
I town the river hauled a Yaukea
And Its blow, my bully boys, blow!
She'd u Yankee mate and a Yankee
And It's blow.my bully boys, blow!
Dlow ye winds, helgh-ho
For Ihero's plenty of gold,
So I've been told.
On the banks of the Sacramento,
"Rest assured that 1 was notions
li. being smitten by the gold fever and
i ,.., tn rnlirni-fiin I lnniled 111 the
, ...v ... - - i
hind ol gold on Juu" 10, 1S51.
ONE LIFE IS BUT A CHAPTER.
"Well, my California experiences
nun) make another story, but It's
I bid to divide my life up Into chapters.
I won't attempt to do It. It's all one
rl.hpter to me. One li'e Is but one
(luipter. Some chapters have passed
I I cause some lives have passed. Sonm
clii.ptera are yet to Mime, bi-couse
,me lives are yet to comr. Vou see
I believe something along the Hue ol
tin tenchings oi" Madame lllavatsky
- nil Annie llesant.
"I was op the Frnier river In IRJS.
In the following year I wns. with a
lirk-tinln ut the lorku of til" Thomp-
son. In 'no I went to Williams cieelt'
( Cnrrlboii. II. C. nnd ,was cooking
h a pack-train with Jack McConnack.
"ihen 1 went trailing along tho
oast in schooners. Oh. I was dolnc
everything. I can't begin to tell more
tl.an n few Incidents. I sold whiskey
Io the Indians and d)d a lot of smug-
(.ling. I made Trips to Alaska and tho
A'eutlnn group. I went to the Aleu-
turns In the schooner Harriet, with
'Long Tom' Coffin. The Hnrrlct be
li l.ged to Nantucket. 'Uing Tom' aft
enviirds went tu tho Siberian Islands
In the schooner Discovery with Oeo.
Nichols, Kam Montgomery and Hen
Spiln. They went to in.ld the rooker
ill ami were never heard of again.
They wnntet' inn' to go, but 1 had otio
cl my lucky spells on and refused the
DISCOVERED GOLD IN ALASKA.
"ily dn they cum me -rttlckeen'?
"I will tell you. I am the man who
first discovered gold fn Alaska. It wan
it; M". I had u little mniu:y and
I Might the schooner lno. Bin, had
J'lst rome from Kurt Klmpsoii and had
been looted by the Indians. I fitted
the schooner out, took n dozen good
mi n Into my confidence and sailed for
flit-keen river. We landed nn Kid
lib r's liar. Well, to cut n long btory
short until some other time, I went up
the river and put my hands on tht
I'olil. I got the tip ftom an old Indian
i lief. Since that time I havo always
hi en Known ns 'Stlckeeii.'
"Talking about Indians, reminds mc
of n young Kugllsh elergymnn who
wns sent out there among the Indians
to convert them. Well, ho did peU.
'id woi. Hut the time came whun
America bought Alaska from Russia
mill the same kind of n n.ue6t!ou nrose
about th English eTergymaii'it Juris
d'dlou ns nroso hero In Honolulu con
ct.rnliiB the field of labor of Illshop
CLERGYMAN OWNS ISLAND.
They sent an American clergyman
tip there, hut the American (Jovern
ment guve the English clergyman un
Is laud lor his own nnd he moved hit
chiirchej; und hla mills nnd his congro
gallons on the Island and Is III Ing thero
today lor all I know, In a llltlo world
l.y himself. A whole Island forever
i.rd he's the shepherd" of a good Hock,
too, ami has worked hard for every
thing he has. He deserved hut h.
rot, -suy I.
"lly the way. that Island's full of
minerals. There s colnt, gold there
too. I)ut the English clerRyrunn, now
n old mnu, is king there, I guess.
"Then I wns down In Nicaragua at
hi time of the boundary controversy.
' ve been nil over California and Mcx
.t-o and Nicaragua, lu my time I've
un colTi'i- houses, ruloons, gnmhllng
i.lls, and so forth. Hut I've reform
cd now. ThntH right! I took seven
skippers to chiiii.il with mo last Sun
"And now I'm building a fishing
i homier: .Iiisl think of III
"Why, not lung ngo. Iren Ihe i:atl
lihinnrket in I-os Aug, ins. Tdy. bu
'i wns a swell affair. Say, nil lliost
things I've been telling you are, facts,
i'here aro people In Honolulu vhosn
memories would bo jogged a bit It
tl.ey could hear some of my expert
trees. I guess thoro nro somo old
timers hero who havo visited tho'Dopt
iord docks in London and seen a few
of the things T havo seen, and no
doubt there aro n fow who wonM call
io mind other places ami Incidents If
tl.ey could hear my yarn.
TIME'S WONDROU8 CHANGES.
"Bay, talking about tho Doer war,
what n great placo South Africa Is
getting to be. Ijok at tho shlnu thals
going there now.
"I remember tho tlmo when two or
throo little 200 or 300-ton barkn would
ft nt the 1ondon docks for weokB at
a time, with u sign out: 'For Dclagoa
Hay', waiting for passengers nnd
freight. IOok at the change nowa-
"Talking about changes, I remem
ber the time, along thero ubout '63 nnd
Ci. when little barks unu ectioonem
in nt tlm foot of tho Clay street whnrf
!n San Francisco for threo or fotrr
wteks nt a time, with great signs
ocrosi their topsails: 'For Honolulu;
Fot Freight nnd Pnssengers Apply to
Fo-nnd-So. on Such-and-Sdch a Htrcet.'
And the fellow up nt too oiilco wonld
be sitting there, smoking, patiently
waiting for a barrel of whiskey or a
box of thocs to bo sent down forbook
Ipg. Now look at the cTiangef
"Steamships, great sailing vessels
rrd n raole going to bo laid before we
eat our Thanksgiving dinner In tbess
Srr.uwich Islands. Say, tho world's
n.unlng away from mol
"I wish the old days were tack
af afu. 1 feel tho restless spirit of my
terefathers btlr within me. I want to
get out and lead the wny to unknown
londH and things and lei the world
.creep slow behind me. Hut no, no;
'the world Is running away from mc.
This chapter of my existence, this Ufe,
j. K,.ttlng down to Its closing para-'
..r.x... t .t ..... .,... . -.
hill run, m,uuT wnui IHU HV11 CI1P
ler will bo like!
MEANWHILE HE GOES A-FI3HING.
"Mcnnwlille I will proceeil with tho
.ccnstructlon of my fishing schooner. I
' must go n-flshlng! So' long!"
I And tho restless ro-lntnrnatlon of
tb old Viking discoverer of America:
ln tlrst discoverer of gold In Alaska:
th descendant of pirates and" cattlf
thieves; tho smuggler: tho veteran
ll. h-denler; the adventurer; tho boat
builder; tbo nnerrt mariner whose
U.) hood memories now romo rushing
Hick to nlm over half n century to stir
the restlosH spirit and the. young am
bition which stliT swells tho aged
hi east, resignedly Knocked tbo ashes
Itmii ills ntt-tllled pipe, hltlhod up his
trousers and waved me away about
I: business. I
This is one story of tho ancient mar-
,n' r- Thero nro other atorlea. even
u there n"ro other chapters of exist-
.... .... . ....
ence. other lives.
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rocn, Wm. II. Johnson, E M. iVatsmi.
A. Von Oravenmeyer, Mlrs !. U.
Eeripps. Miss V. Scrlpps, John V.
Haker. II. J. Orlndcll. F. nriighiill.
. II. Smith. J. M. (louvea and
wife,, T. Wolfl. E. R. Hath, L. C.
Lyman and wife. L. C. Lyman, II. n.
Cehr, .1. E. Ooeas, E. Brian, MrB. J.
K. Woods and maid, W. C. Welssen.
Mrs. McKenilo. Consul MIM Salto, Dr.
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four children; J. E. Oulhl, P. II.
lierry, V. Wllhiirton, B. P. Mabio, N.
Ntedelman. Miss Malonc. Miss M. Ke
ohokalole, Chong Vlng and 105 deck
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