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Chapter Mark Matter.
Council Kadosh Regular.
Aloha Temple Reguhr
1 p m.
All vliltlug members of the
order mo conllilly Invllcd to nt
tend tneotlngi of loml lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
In I O. O r Hall, Fort street.
i: it lli:NliltV. s-oiretnry.
t o nun ix, s (i
All visiting bro'liem cry cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday tvcnlng at
7:30 o'clock In K. of. P. Hall. ICIiik
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
tlted to attend.
1'. WALDIION, K.K.8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
K. P, Hall, King Btrct. nt 7:30. Mcm
inn of Mtlc LocUe, No. 2, Wra Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
brothers cordially Invited.
A. I) 1IOND. C. 0.
A. S. KI:NVAY, K.R8.
HONOLULU LODGE Slo, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 616, II. P. O. H,
will meet In their hall, ,m Miller
and llcrctanlu streets, every Friday
Uy order of tho V.. II.
IIAIUtY H. SIMPSON,
ii. e. MunitAY, r.n.
Wm. M'KINLCY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening t
7:S0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
r.reot Visiting brother cordially In
ytd to ntteiid.
M. M. JOHNSON. CO.
E. A. JACOI1SON, K.lt.tl.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKDNKH
DAY evening of each month at 7:30
fclock In K. of P. Hall. KIub streL
Visiting Hugtcs are Invlled tr at
BAM McKHAOUi:. W.P.
H. T. MOOHi:, W. Scry.
Hawaii chapter no. i, order of
Meets every first arj third THURS
DAY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
Odd Fellows' llulldlnr. Fort street, at
7:30 o'clock p. m. A full attendance
Is desired nt every mooting.
Transaction of Dullness.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. 0. R. M
Meets every Fccond and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. 0. C. F
Hall Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. r DIlAKn. S-irhcm.
A. K MI'HPHY. C. of It.
A Superior Light to all other.
Aceytlene Gas Is superior In quality,
and cheapness radiates less heat, viti
ates the air less .ind has no Injurious
effect nn the eves.
For .urther partl-elare Inqulr it
Alto Cale'um Carbide of all sizes. In
drums and small cant, for Generators
and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
and grades of Gas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Telephone Main 145. 14S Merchant 8L
Our $65 White
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lability. They aland 5 feet B
Inches, the four sides are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
by "The Scientific American"
as moss proof and strictly
bole Ancnt for Islands. BOX 184,
Tho Weekly IMItloti or the Evening
Bulletin gives n complete summary of
Uo liewR of tho day, i-or Si a year,
o( the choice
Hoffsclilaeger Co,, Ltd.
KING AND BCTHEL STREETS
Our Pilsner and
direct from the
TRY A COLD GLASS AT THE
COR. HOTEL AND BETHEL STS.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1316 TORT STREET.
FINE 8UIT8 TROM S15 UP.
made In up-to-date
HOTEL opp. BISHOP ST.
MADE TO ORDER FOR MINIMUM
J. P. Rodrigues,
Cor. ALAKEA and MERCHANT STS.
The Gage Hats
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
'Phone Main 487
YOU GET THE
PHONE MAIN 147
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU PENOVATIUO. CO.;
J, J. Fern, Manager.
RlcharJk near Queen Sta. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to.
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING
o FINE o
o AT o
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
OEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLES OF ALL KIND8.
041 NUUANU STREET.
Tel. Main 20', P. 0. Box 845.
I LOCAL ANUIENE1AL
I You will never find time. If you'
want time, you must mafce It. If you J
can always take time to read the Bul
letin Want adt. you will find that In
taking time you have alto been mak .
The Ulobe sell it cbcipcr
Senator Palmer Woods Is In town
hltu Mi urn unto Ktockyds Miiblo.
Mls M Laurence arilvod today by
C I) l.ulkln, the Wallul.il banker,
Is In tun n
J T Mc&ossen has returned to
I town from Knhahi
Senator I'nxou lllshop was one of
the nasscnKcrs on the Klnau today
Sunday dlnotr nt the Itoviil Hawaii-
'nn I lute 1 II. on the bonis at I. i 111
Mr mid Mrs John A Scolt nro In
uihii. having loino from llllo In lo
da) u Klnau.
(.'apt J It. Parker, lfo and child
v.i-10 passengers In the Incoming Kl
nan (IiIh fori noon.
I A oiiug 1ml) who desires congenial
iioiiipaulotishlp has a personal notice
in the Want colvmii today.
New original Huge huts for the full
LiMHiiii nt Miss Power's Mllllni'iy Pm
lorn Huston building. Fort striet
A Jnpini'yn Kill deslios situation to
I tike tail of ihlhlrcu Appl) to .1 a 1 1 -
iuiioie lioli In liilini, King unit .Manna-
Charlie Dole arrived In town today
, li the Klnau. Ho goes In Kauai soon
lo iu.it H a Dlstllct Magistrate's ol
Assi ssmi tit No 2 of 2.1 per relit, or ,
J", pir sli.uc has 1m.ch calltil on llin
1 1 ipital Klii' k of Untwillau .MahiiKiiii)
I 'I he Owl 5c elgir satllle the moil
i .u llni; ttale It Is the most popular
il;ur In the iiiiilitry Uliiiot-naklu
( Ik Co illitrltiutoiH
I Spulul Miluen in ladles' rrail-t-
wear xklrtH at IIIoiiih this wick If una
i nine milcrlalx In plaldn, liivlslule
plaids, Kieys mid blnt-k.
JiiiIko lie Holt h.m grunted a ilicici
of ilhoii" In the uihi of Win Mcllci
molt s Kiiliiileiine MclHiuiott on
SiimiihIs of Inli'inpi r.inii'
Wnlklkl Inn Ik now- owned hy W. C.
Herein. AiLoininoilatloiiH, supplies
nud iitlcnilauiii iilisolutely flrst class.
I'liKRt luthliiK on tho beuch.
i h cttt.itnt i N'illi in iIIki hnrueil situ
I nr llllo the hlK khlp Win P 1'rje J
lerda 'I ho Fr)i- will piolmlil sail
ni-xt wnk lor Dilaw.iiu llreikwutei
Oil StitiniUT lSth Puilllc Itiliekali
Lodco will rIi- ii dime xoilal In (kid
I'i'IIohk Hull, lo whli h all Hi In kalis
Odd l'i lions mid frlinds nre inrdhilly
"Arablo" applied to Irou roofs re
times lumperatiiru as much ns M ile
HIkvh. This has been amertalned hy
actual text. Calif urnlu Feed Co,
Special prlii'H will preall lit thu
riai lis' Dij (looda Co. fin the week he
Cliiuliii; .Monday, Septeinlii r Hid See
.iiiiiuunci'iiu'iit In thlH Isxue hloro
oiiu until 'J p. in on Satunlayx.
Ihn Aiiic'ritiin-llimiMi.ni Hti-tmmup
Ni'liiiibkan fioin San Francisco dockid
at thu Hallwity wharf nt !i o'tlmk till.
iiiornliiK with Kenerul frelKht for llo
iiolulti mnl Knliiiliii, for whiuiii she
ilepmtH .Mondjy iiflerniKiu,
The ileuiiiid for IturKiiln In the lloli
rou kHhI: of toilet riiiilnlli's. no., has
linn ko crenl that the Halo will ion
llliue for a few dn)H. '1 ho stole will lie
closeil today lietwidi 5 and 7 o'tloik
to enalilo Iho cltrks to nrrmiKi' tho
"Not only linw the United Slntiii
trsiuxpurtH. liiyomlnK from the Orluit,
hut Ihn lilt: lrnnH-1'.u lllr .Iiiith a
will," hahl a well known inptnln or
one of the Maud etetcls jtntiTiby,
"In ell IiiikkIiik 11.11 lier'H Point loo ilose
In ininliiK lo Honolulu" 'I hern Kiems
to ho u loiiteiiKim of opinion iiIoiik the
walnfioiit that thu McaniHlilpH do not
keen out fur iiioiikIi.
There will ho a nieclliif; of tho Ha
wullaii Tenltorlal Medical Society
this ou'iiliii; In tho olllcii or Dr. Hod
Klhii, nt x o'clock. Dr. WuIicih will
lead a papir on cuinlal aliliormulltleH
of tho roetus. Alter thlH Dr. V. l.oh
iiiiiii will kIvo u deinoiiHtiatlon In X
lay work. Dr. I.ihiumi Iuih kIuii a
Kreat deal or study to thlB therapoiillc
iiieasuro mid tliti offer an oiiportu
ii It y to Iho iirofoKslon In Honolulu that
Khuiihl not ho inlsed.
t'hriHthiii Cliiinh, eorner Alnken mid
KIiir slieets. Tho p.iHlor of the Chris
Man cliuri.li has ritiirued from his mi
i .il Ion mid will oeiupy his pulpit on
Siiiuliiy nioiiilui;. At tho eMiiliiK mt
Ui' Itiiv. W .M Camplii'll, one of the
liiixidoiiurlis lomliiK on tho Mnuihiirli,
will xpeak. lllhle mhool m U.lri a. m.
Y P. S. C. :. at :.! P. in. Yon mo
cordially Imlti'd to miy mnl nil her
iies (i I). IMunnts, pallor.
'Hut pmtoiK ot tho trinity nt
rhiiiihfR, Central Union, Methodist,
mid CIiiIMIjii held a (Oiifeieuen jes-li-nlii)
and di ilded to ask our vlslliuc
inlKsloiiiiileH onto iiioid to spiak to
thill piople. IhopantoiH will omipy
llidr pilllilts .Sunday nioiiilui; mid tlm
liilsnloiiaileH will ho nuked lo npeak
Suiidaj lilKht 'llieru will he one III
1'iu h of tho three i burthen; Hov. Hew
itt lit Cintinl Union, Hev. Hied lit the
Mi Hindis!, mnl Hev. Cmnphi'1! nt the
Chilxtliin 'I his will piolinhly ho tlm
piililh'H last opportiinlly to Iiimii any
of those' iiiiulliK U in, on the 111 filled
iMuik hoi In.
'Iho Snlwillon Army lioldK nieelliiRU
eery nlKht, except Monday and Wul
in Kilny, In the hall, corner KIiik and
Niiiiuuii klnelH, eoiiiinoiieliit; at 8
o'lliuk. Siiinhiy ncrvlccs: Holliiess
ineiiliiK at 11 n, in., Junior nii'itliiK
mid llllilo chins nt 3 p. in.. Youm; Pco
lilo'H I.kIoii uii'i'lliii; al e! p. m , mid
Salvation uieetliiK at X p. in.; thu
IniiBH hind will play. Hand of I.ov.)
mcttliiK fin thlldieii ou'iy Siitiiulay
lit 2 p. in. Senlen In tho Oahu Penl
l.iithilv ,Y(t-t Uiimlfiv ill 1'')!ll) II. 111.
A, fltft fMil.i. u.i n.nl lf,ii-nn,i DtwIWIril.
ins N. Iloretaiilu uvemie, Ihero will ho
ini'elliiKK ihitj Tui'kiluy, ThiirHdu
nud Suturday, ut ; :ii) p. in., and u
hihool for adults i-Miy Wednesday
nud Friday, nt G SO p in, Junior
iiii'otliiK nt 9:-hi a, in enry Sunday,
biiuduy Kchuol on School Htieet, near
Llllhu Hlreet, euiy Sunday nt 2:30
p. in. Fvrrybody Is inidlally Invited
to attend tho uu'iiIuhh, and lo send
tho childien lo Sunday school.
Do I Need
No, don't need 'em,
'caute I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glattes
cure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
' 'IN' il
.uxtt&WM&i Mmw iimuM43itcmu7mm
9gsMmtSKmk. jss .f&
MONUMENT8, 3AFE8, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 176-180 KING STREET. PHONE 287.
Passengers Landed By
The Sheridan Is rt 111 on the rocks oil
Harher'H Point and from what roine
or tl jmiuuiii urn nt imiKt. ilii're
reeins lo ho llyle hojil. of hir Kelllnu
Hi r port eiiKlne Is intli ely disabled
by icanon of the foree of the Impact of
I'oliic on Hi., i unit noli nml her star -
I io.i id ciikIiih i an mil) he used for
few minutes nt u time
About 10 ii'iloik hut night Ihn Hid
eno brought In the pjskengers from tho
wreck, landing them on tho naal
wharf In goo mli;r and suffering
nothing woiki thnu dilny.
Signals of Dlstreta.
Shortl) niter thu Sheridan went
agioiiud I'rldaj morning, night dis
tress signals were exploded. Docket
oiler niekct was shot off, but no an
swer of any tiutnic.' was recched from
The ship's dlsticss was first noticed
hy natives who Ihc mcr n quarter of
a nillo hi low thu lighthouse. This
was learned by Ullltur Cameron when
he went nshoro. Thuy first suw tho
I signals about 1 a. in. They nroused
the lighthouse kcepir aud he later no-
tilled Iho wireless operator by whom
iho city wan umdo uwuic uf tho aid-
Expected a Lookout.
During the day jestcrday tho only
Indignation eldeii(ed hy Captain Pea
body was when talking ubout tho
long time nfler tho ship struck before
wind was got lu Honolulu. Ho thought
Hint a man was on wutih every nlghL
In the lighthouse. When falling to
teeelM) any response from him, It was
vuppoHcd tho light keeper was neglect
lug his duty,
.Many nhoinl tho ship were hoard
to oxpicss Ihe'inse'hcs es'.'idny us
MirprlKcd to learn that there wits net
icgular wiitdi at the llarber's l'oltil
lighthouse. When told there was not,
they would Invariably hay: "Why, I
should think there would be. What
ir the llghl wmt out?"
Stuck on Coral.
The Sheildau Is stuck on a eornl
nob nnihlshlps. This noh extends the
width of the bhlp uud fioin thlitylho
to forty feu furwurd mid utl.
Hanging in this position tho khlp
hobs slowly up and down like a liel
cilng lin.ud with the regularity ol
clotk-woik, when not nffeited by ex
inordinary waves und wind.
Listed to Starboard.
This ii'gtilarlty of motion Is also
perioptlhlf lu tho swinging of thu
boat ut lutmals from pint to stm
bomd uud hutk. Tho boat Is IlHlcd
well to slaihunrd. Almost Ihn feit
of the hull heneuth thu water lluo
shows on the poit sldo und hut IIIUh
on I hi' ktnrboaid ulde, Hei water
inmk forwmd at low tldo shows 21
led. At hei stem 28 feet Is Iodic at
ed Midships, wlieic she Is fust on
tlthei side, sounding allow u 1111,11
tm less thnu foul luthoms. Thu ship
Is iliuwlug u llttlo our 23 feet. In
this much wutur an extra high tide
would possibly float her.
Tho wind and tide fuorcd hei ck
Icnhiy h dihlng out to bij, mid hei
plospects kienieil good.
Claudlne's Good Work.
The S S Claudlno did good work
Captain 1'i.ihody must hae hille.
cd that she wus gulnu to pass him by,
as a signal wns tulsed from his ship,
reading Cun you assist?'
ShoiU) urtcr anrhoilng, one of the
Cluiiclliies boats v,us loweicd nml
iouvi)id 1'ic.bldenl KoillU'ilj lo thu
Slieilil.cn Soon nflei this an Much
liawsei was made fust to the CUiullnn
nnd she begun tiib'glng to loosm tlm
A Fine Set of
If Kipling never wrote any
thing elte betides "Kim" he
would have made a perma
nent name for himself In lit
erature, But we have a set
of 26 Volt, of Kipling's works
all at good at Kim. It Is
In uniform binding, very hand
some, beautifully printed.
One of the Scrlbner publica
tions. You can buy It on easy
Wm. G. Lyon Go.
FORT AND HOTEL 3TREET8.
Uo eminent boat.
An anchor wtix dropped from her
bow with n Ioiik (haln, which gno
Iter kooiI double eerii;e and lessened
the Hlraln on tho ropo hawser, Uncd
khe i niiie near ki'IUiik ufoul of the
Fearless' line, when sho went far lo
starboard nud astern of the IiIk boat,
lu answer to a signal from thu trans
pint This wnn no fault of Captain
Parker, and the xklllful way ho ban
died his boat won adtnlratlun.
If Ml Is true that the Sheridan wat
pulhd sixty feet astern i stcrday.
lunch of the (U'dll Is due tho Claud
How Passengers Acted.
To tho pasxeiiKcrH on the Sheridan
jPHtt'rday thu day was full of Inlerent,
They watched tho operations of tins
tUK mid Island boats, ptillliii; on tho
kl'll'. n"'l w'"1" they were not thus
IrnwRoil Ihey would Ret toRether III
Hill" irowds nnd speeulatu on tlm
lll"' fa, u'"1 wlIc a"!1 Il(,w "'''
."""III landed. Then thero was tlm
man oM'rboard Incident that caused
new excitement, mid plalng cards
was ocu Indulged In. Tho word hail
been passed early In thu day for them
to paik their clothing, ns they would
khortly ho laken ashore. Nothing
(nine, though, that could be spared to
laud them, until lato lu thu evening.
Thero was Utile liu itlencc displayed
on necount of not being landed. Most
of the passengers wero Army and
Nnvj people who had been trained td
follow tho wishes of commanders.
Children Were Anxiout.
Tho children wero tlm only rritlrnl
ones. They repeatedly miestloned the
ships' officers mid members of thu
ciew or any locnl man who sevmeil
of Important!) us to when they would
be taken to town. When told that
the') would be rescued lu mi hour o
to. tho )oung critics would replyi
"That's what they told us this mora
Had Little To Say.
The passengers wero rather nversu
lo talking ubout tho wreck, this Unit
ed Stutes (lovernmeiit connection
making It iindlploiuallc. Some oven
objected to giving any statement of
what they thought when tho boat
et ruck. A few said they, believed llrsl
when the transport bumped that it
vns unkind Unit they should havo to
oxpcrli'iHo had weather Just befoul
landing after such u pleasant voyage.
Tho ship's decided rolling when she
lilt wns what created thu thought of
No Panic Aboard.
The only time u pnnlcky feeling was
exhibited was when tho port steam
pipe broke. The breaking of this pipe
Hooded the engine room with steam,
where every member of tho engine
crew wns on duty.
The ktemn arose from the under
decks In tho man deck.
Thought Ship Afire.
Here, In tho dim morning light, It
wns believed to bo smokn mid that
the ship was allro below. A slight
commotion resiiltul. The tool head
ed ones abomd investigated quickly
nml lu a very short tlmo tho real
iuiiko wus mudo known. This check
ed tho only exhibition of ftur made.
'Iho Sheildnu's engines nro In an
extremelj; bud (ondltlon. Tho break
ing of tho stonm-plpo put tho port en
gine In u condition he) end repair
nhoaid ship. Tho starhourd engine,
It was h allied fiom thu men In the
cnulne loom, wus one inch out of
line mid was very weak and In a
doubtful condition, When using hei
jesteiday at a llmo when power was
most net tied, tho steam driving her
wus not allowed to go higher than
I2U pounds, vvheio ordinarily 1G0 Is
UNMARKED CORAL NOB.
(Continued from Page 1.)
"The Captain bus explained tho
cuiiso of tho ship's condition belter
than I ( until. I overheat d what he
told )ou I substantiate It In ovciy
Tho mutt) on being niieslloued nald:
'You piobably know all thut Is to bo
You buvu tallied to mo i;np
lulu; he was on deck at tho tlmo."
Additional Cable Newt on Page 1.
HAVANA, Cuba, Sept. 1. The In
surrection hat extended to Puerto
NEW YORK, N. Y., Sept 1. Wm.
J, Bryan It going Wett.
STANDS BY 8TOLYPIN.
ST. PETERSBURG, Ruttla, Sept. 1.
The Emperor tuttalni Premier Stol
BIG SHIP IN TRIM.
PORTSMOUTH, Eng., Sept. 1.
The great British battleship Dread
quake thoeki were felt here today,
PRUS8IA 18 8HOCKED.
EMS, Pruttla, Sept. 1. Four earth
quake thocka were felt heretoday.
Havana, Aug. 31. The situation Is
darkir. Thrro is n btIiiuk uprlsliiK In
Santiago. The only province iiti.it-
fectid Is Puerto Piluclpe.
Calcutta. Aug 31. tlengnl Is sutler
Ing from Hood, poor harvest uud luue
ROOT IN 8ANTIAGO.
Santiago, Chile, Aug. 31 Secietnry
Hoot arrived hire Unlay,
New Hnven, Aug. 31. Wm. J. llrynn
Is visiting Coniieelliut. He has made
four spet-clus mid held two receptions,
fleorgo I.yiurgus has announced his
intention of enlarging the Volcano
House nt once. An addition will ho
built to the Kmin end, u new dllilug
room lidded, the old dining room will
bo divided lulu hid rooms and thirteen
more rooms will be added to the sec
Judge De Doll will open court form
ally for the September term on Mon
day. In spite of its being 1-alior Day, In
avoid tint risk of nny technical objections.
The Plain Truth
Is Good Enough For Us
We rre telling Jewelry on the INSALLMENT plan. A
little down, the rett In eaty payments to suit your conveni
ence. We have a good stock to choote from and If you are
not overburdened with money It will pay you to tee us, and
make your early selection of the 2000 UNREDEEMED
PLEDGE8, contlttlng of
Gold Rings, Brooches,
Neck Beads, Neck Chains,
Solid Gold Cuff Links
Also a fine lot of WATCHE8 at prices unheard of before. And
If It'a only a question of quality and price we are positive of get
ting your trade. You don't have to buy Inspection is all we ask.
Remember, we are the only cut price Jewelers and Installment
Houte In Honolulu. For a real bargln, tee
I THE J. CARLO PAWN CO.,
1010 NUUANU STREET, NEAR KING.
OPEN AT NIGHT UNTIL 8:30.
3Vm)(ieMuM(ni p PHM.DliM "iMl iPIiM
HIS CALLING IMPLIES NO OBLIOA TION ON YOU TO BUY.
J. C Axtell &CO, I048.J058 Alakea
When you remember the fact
that the Bitters lias been curlUK
sickly people far over CO yean,
you ought not hesitate any longer
In giving It a fair trial. For cur
Ing General Debility, Impure
Blood, Headache, Indlgettlon, Dys
pepsia, Cottlvenett, or Malaria,
Fever and Ague It Is unrivalled
"Some Irresponsible person Is giv
ing out that then- is plenty of work
fur laborers at our cannery nt Walil
awn," said Secretary Adams of the
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. this after
noon. "He Is, as far as wo have learn
ed, located In the Star block, and reg
Intel h tho names of those who want
work. As a matter of fact, our sea
son will he finished next week, nud
we are not In need of labor, 1 don't
knoA' what this person's object Is, but
we certainly wish to prevent uuy poor
people coming to Wahlawn on these
false representations, thinking mat
work Is awaiting them"
The dredger Pacific arrived at Wah
inmiali) at about T o'clock this morn
ing nnd Is now nnchored to windward
of tho Manchuria. Sho s now being
rigged up, und It Is not known when
she will be nhle to begin working. It
wus reported from the Wnlmanalo
beach station nt 3 o'clock this after
noon that the situation wns unchang
ed. eat a
The To)o Ktsen Hue Hongkong Maru
lid not sail for Sail Francisco until
1:30 jesterday afternoon owing to
sumo troublesome delays in settling
steerage passenger accommodations.
Tho dedication of Alllolanl College,
which was In have taken place tomor
row, this being Queen Mliuokulant'
Llrlhday, has been postponed until Sep
Monuments of Quality
We always supply; now wc can
give you the very
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representative will call on you
and show you our illustrations