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, EVgNINO BUTAgTW, nONOLTJLtf, T. H SATURDAY, NOV. 3. 1906.
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Oceanic Stated First Degree.
Perfection 1th and Oth Degree
Rom Croix Regular 12 m.
Hawaiian Third 7:30 p. m.
Honolulu Ccmmandery Red
Alt visiting member! of the
order ore cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodgea.
HARMONY LOOSE, No. t, I. 0. 0. P.
Mceti every Monday evening it 7:80
la I. O. O F. Hal. Fort etreeL
K. K. HENDRY. Secretary,
C. O. HOTTEL. N. U.
All vlaltlng brother very cordially
MYSTIC LODQg, No. 2, K. af P.
Mta avery Tueaday erenlnt at
1:0 o'clock Id K. of. P. Hall, iClwr
Street. Vlaltlnr brotbera cordially In
vited to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD, 0.0.
F. WALDRON, K.R.8.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. Of P.
Meta every Friday Tenlrg at
K. P. Hall, Ring e'-reet, at 7:30. Mem
ben ot Mystic Lodje, No. 2, Wm. Mc
KtaUy Lodge. No. 8, and Tliltlng
brother cordially Invited,
A. D. BOND, C. O.
A. 8. KENWAT, KJLi.
HONOLULU LODQE !, I. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. (1(, D. P. 0. H..
will meet In their ball, .m Miller
aid Beretanla atreeta, every Friday
By order of the TC. R.
HARRY H. BIMP80N,
R M. MDRRAT, E.R.
Win M'KINLEY LODQE No. t, K.ef P.
. Meeta every Saturday evealng at
T:M o'clock In K. of P. HalVKInp
aVML Vlaltlng brotbera cordially in
vMri to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON. CO.
B. A. JACOB80N, K.R.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. O. E.
Meeta on the 2nd and 4th WEDNliH
OAT evening ot oach month at 7:30
lelock In K. ot P. Hall, King atreL
lilting Kaglea are Invited to at
BAM McKBAOOK. W.P.
H. T. MOORK. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meeta every aecond and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. 0. O. T.
Vlaltlng brother! cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of K.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 663, Y. M. I.
Meeta every second and fourth Wed
'naaday ot oach month at San Antonio
M, Vlaltlng brothera cordially In
' T. V. McTIQHB, Prea.
E. V. TODD. Bear.
Anything on Wheels
Wanted? We can make It and
make It right
Yea, It takee knowledge to do It,
but we claim to have thla knowledge.
, We combine thla knowledge with
honest endeavor and good factory
equipment, and by ao doing are able
to fill an order for anything on
wheela. We turn out the order Just
ae the customer wants It at a price
that la the minimum In carriage
487 QUEEN ST. 7ML. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 103.
C. W. ZEIQLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UQAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and d
ttcrlptlon made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpoaea a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JPB WORK, and repair
executed at ehorteet notice.
W. R. PATTERSON
General Contractlpj and Jobbing,
Housepalntlng, Paperhanglng, Grain;
jng, Kaleomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
tone Work. Shop with Whittle,, the
algn painter, corner Hotel and Union
atreets. PHONE MAIN .11
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD.
Real estate, Mortgage, Loans and In
Officii Molnlyre Bldp., Honolulu, T.H.
P, 0. BOX 265, PMONr MAIN HI.
a. f I iH "
IfirH The Old DleM J X
'-,. n iijl IT
RUOCROID Is by far the best roof
ing made. It Is water-proof, weather
proof, acid-proof, nre-reslttlng and
It Is ready-to-lay and Is Invaluable
for dwelling houses, stables, barn's,
poultry houses, factories, foundries,
In Aivlan 4) ouaIJ . Ulia. f14
us vi ut aw ttvwiu nwi iiia i ii 1 1 tea-
tlons see that the name "RUBEROID"
ie BlUMIUtU VII IIIC UllllCr UIUB VI JVjr
strip tvtry four feet throughout the
Lewers & Cooke,
177 8. KINQ 8T.
When you can get a
suit that possesses wear
ability, perfect fit and cut
from cloth that, retains
Its shape, It le well worth
your while to buy that
kind. We sell no other
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King St.
PHONE DLUC 2741. P. O. Box 986.
We're always ready to examine
your teeth FREE and quote
our price (or placing: them in
good condition. Even then you are
uiuler nu obligation to employ us,
Hut slieti you see our work anil
how painlessly we operate, yuu will
place your teeth in our care,
P. l rrwc.usoN. i. u. s
"TUli KXPKRT DENTIST"
21$ Hotel St.
B08TON BLDQ., FORT STREET.
Private Cottage "Johnson House
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINS).
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED POR
PHONE MAIN 457,
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1J48 FORT OTREET.
lllU)ii:lll('K lii llila clly, No. !.', II'K
Mih.ii t liifHli'ilik.
I'iiiii'IiiI I p in loilny fiiun rl-
iii'iMK, r.'i.s iixMiuiiiii miii i,
jM seai K4
Once In a year you may find a good
tenant by chance through "happen-'
stance", But a Bulletin Want Ad. will t
find him for you at the time you want J
The vlobe aeUa It theater.
Autoa fir hire at Ter. Stables. I
Mrs. Oeorge D. Oear left for Salt
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Iloil hnvu aalHM
tor the Coast. , '
U. V.. Sabln sailed on the Korea fot
th? mainland, for bis health.
Mr nnd Mrs. C. M. Cookn liavn re
turnvil from their visit to rclathes o'u
See notice under New Today In t
Knrd to the llninlnirg-llrolncn Fire
Consult 1. E. .11. Sirriucli, the real
estate man, when you are. looking for
u home. See Ills ad.
Sugar lilt on Hawaii: Walaken,
10,000; Walnaku, 10.000; llnkalau, H,-2G3-,
llonokaa, 12.17: Klikulhaele, :i.i00
A. llloin'a mark-down scale has prov
en an unusual attraction. lLcotitlnuea
with great barealtia until next Thurs
day. Under New Today Schwartz, the
wholesale watch, clock and Jewelry
man of Fort and KIuk, renews his bul
MIsh Ix-ke will elve her last Btcre-
nptlcoh lecture In the Normal (school
next Monday evening at 7:30; gilbject,
Drnnd Mrs. F. II. Huinplirln have
been spending a few daya with .Mrs.
l.avntil ilitrlng. the absence of Mr. I-iy
nrd, who has been out hunting.
Tim usual bright, breezy, helpful ser
vice this evening at 7:30 In the Compel
Mission Hall. Fort street, opposite the
Club Stables. Public is Invited.
'Arabic" applied to Iron roofs re
duces temperature as mlich as 2& de
grees. Tbla baa been aK-ertolued by
actual test. California Feed Co,
A cablegram received yesterday by a
business louse from San Francisco
cave notice of n drop In refined sugar
of 30 centH n hundred. This was on .1
basis of 4.10 net.
Ileglnnltig Monday morning. Novcni
her Oth, the Sachs' Dry Uooils Co. will
offer an Immense stock of white wush
Roods nt prices far below the regular
values. Seu ud on page 3.
Stnuley Stephenson. Honolulu's art
istic house decorator, publishes his
platform under New Today, offering
Inducements that will hold good when
election days are forgotten.
" No evidence has been presented to
me which I consider sufficient proof of
his" (Brown "being personally cor
rupt." Lorrin A. Thurston's confes
sion over his own signature.
Tlio uutnollc U 11 u re Ii or St. Jolin tno
llaptlst, Kallliluuena, In chargo of ltev.
Father Clement. Tomorrow, November
4th, 8:30 a. in., high mass, sermon, col
lection, Sunday school. 4 p. in. Hosar).
eUautlful new subjects In souvenir
postals: Princess Kalulanl and Ainu
ban. Central Union Church, Mudame
Alapal and the band and many others
at Kuwait & South Seas Curio Co..
The Catholic Church or the Sacred
Heart, Murqucsville (Puliation) In
charge of Hev. Father Clement. To
morrow, November 3th, 11 a. in., high
fnaiss, sermon, collection, Sunday
school. 3 p. m. Itosary.
Mrs. W. K. IJrowh and Mrs. J. 1'.
Cooke have chargo of llfty dolls thut
recently urrlved from San KruticUro
They are in the hands of competent
dressmakers, and will be ready for sale
nt the Central Union Fair, November
the seventeenth. I
The Japanese Merchants' Union ot
Hawaii have Issued Invitations for a
leceptlon to be given In honor of the
anniversary of the birth of Ills Im
perial Majesty, the Kmperor of Japan,
on Monday evening, at 8 o'clock, at
Mochlzultl, Wnlklkl Uracil.
The Oceanic Steamship Co. hus tiled
articles of Incorporation In the Terri
tory with the Treasurer's department.
They evidently contemplate, going Into
Mime new line of business In these Is
lands hut no Information can be ob
tained fioiii tlielr company officials in
The llrst attractive exhibit of desir
able holiday goods Is now being made
by Whitney & Marsh. Among the goods
are robes, parasols, Windsor ties, dress
welm and now silks. One of the late
novelties Is the mutlnee bag. Ask to
see It u nd be uure uud see the store's
A new, member of the. Attorney (leu
trul's department is In evidence. Tlil:i
morning a nine. pound sou was born
to Attorney (leuerdl lind Mrs. E, C.
Peters. The Attorney Ueiierul hus ul
ready fdeclded In what college his tou
Is to be educated, utter u consultation
with noverul authorities on the mutter
-Christian Church, corner Alukea and
King utieets. Junior C. Ii., i) a. in.;
Senior C. K., G:3U.p. in.; lllljlu sthool.
UMSu. in.; preuchlliK. 11 u. m. und
7:30, p. in. Horning: "Slinoii, Sou of
Jonas, Invest Thou Me?" Kvenliig.
"Tho Klectlou, My Duty." You ure cor
dially Invited to any uud all bervlces,
tl. U. lidwurds, pastor.
First M. B. Chlirch, lovnled coiner
lleretaulu. avenue und Miller street.
John W. Wntlmun pastor. Services to
morrow us follows; 10 ii in., Huiiilay
school ami adult Hible clauses; II
u, in. public worship; pastor pieaclio.;
subject. "The Itomiince of u Word.'
G:30 p. m., Kpuurth league. John M.
Murtlil leader. 7:30 public worship.
Mr. Wadmuii speuks u word of warning
for election day. Subject, "Uownro of
the Dogs." The public Is coidlally In
vited. The Supieme Court liaiided down a
declhlon this morning ordering u new
tilul Hi thu rase of the wnlalua Agrl
cultuiul Co. vs. the Ouhu I.uiul &. Hull-
way Co, The case concerns n dispute
in regard U) ceitain lunus winch uiu
tented by tho plulutlff to the defendant,
It wits nuieeil that tho rental should ba
based on "it fair minimum pen entiign
of the totul rent paid for siiili lands us
u whole?' uml I lie dlspule was on the
liitcrprmutlon of this pnrahn, iiotli par.
lels took ceeplou In tint del IhIoii n
llin lower luurt su Uiu pnent deiUInu
In III" limller sIidiiIiI Hiillsfy i-veijnnu
f N mktk rm 7, wM
Political News .
of the next few days will be apt to
try your eyes. Poor lights are otlen
blamed for annoyances due to poor
eyes or poor cye-glacsec.
Good glacees, properly fitted, OUR
KIND, will aid you to see rlqht, read
right, and vote right.'
A. N. SANFORD,
I 0 0 TO, N BLOCK
MONUMENTS, 8APES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ.. 176-180 KINQ STREET. PHONE 287.
Is for HONEST "pAINTINO. We em
ploy only skilled workmen; use the
Best Materials, and charge Honest
For Good Work We Are
FOR YOUR TRADE.
Call upon us and see our new Ideas
for Decorating the Home.
"You see 'em everywhere" S 8 Signs
Sunday, 4 p.m.
Rev. E. T. SIMPSOti Speaker
MI8S WHITE ....k Violinist
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian islands,
Cor. FORT and KiNQ Sts., Honolulu.
rJevv Dresden Souvenir Postals of
Princess Kalulanl, Central Union
,Church, Alnahau and otlier beautiful
subjects, Including Madam Alapal and
Hawaii & south seas curio co.
Will tiiko a limited number tit
horses niul callln for uustiiio on Wul-
unlkl Itaneh, ut Kallua, Koolaupolio,
with good niaulanla glass, Iteuwu
beans and flesh water, terms reason
able, apply to C, J.AI YjCllTNfl, In
Judge Dlcki'y's olllce, cor, King uud
lli'thel Hts or to Aliuiuu on the
3.130- Nov 3, 10, 17, 21.
Thu luinhiiig.ifiiifn & AllKoini'lliu
liisiiiuui-ii (,'n., lepniti'd In liavn kiiiiii
illlo Imiikiiipley, hIiouIiI nut ho roil'
fiiuiKliil with the sluhlii llitiiiburgllli"
Uli'll I'lln Iiihiiiiiiii'ii Co,, of HaniliiilK,
in wnii'ii r. ,, siliiii'lui' ft Co., Liu,,
inn llm uki'IHm fur tills 'rurrlliuy.
Tiii to order
Several customers have already or.
dered GIFT BOOKS for Christmas de
livery, IVt a matter of forethought
that results In presenting whit, they
want to give and trie recipient getting
what he will appreciate. Delay means
a hurried visit to some store at the
last moment and the purchase of some
ulmcrack altogether unsatisfactory,
Whether It's a single volume or a set
of booko you wish to prevent, we can
chow you the ttyles of binding, etc.,
and guarantee delivery for the holi
rOR CAOH OR CA8Y PAYMENTS.
Wm. G. Lyon Co.
COR. TORT AND HOTEL BTRECT8
.Illank books ot alt aorta, ledceva
etc, manufactured by the Bulletin pub
BULLETIN AD3. PAY
PEARY FURTHEST NORTH
New York, Nov. 2. A message fiom
Kibruiloi- states that the expedition led
by Kxploror Peary penetrated furthest
North but failed to teach the Pol". The
latitude attained was clghty-sewn (S7)
degrees and six () minutes. Ou his
llrst expedition Peary reached elghty
twd (HI!) degrees of latitude. The lat
est attempt to reach the 1'olu was fius
tiated by adverse weather and marked
by gient privations. The expedition Is
liotv returning home.
l.ondon, Nov. 2. The school rotorni
irs have won 1001 out of 4352 boroujU
elections. The Liberals lose In the pro
liielal and municipal elections. Kx
Premier llalfour attributes tho result
to dlscouti'Ul with tho Oo eminent.
IN8URANCE COMPANY BROKE
Berlin, Nov. 2. The Hamburg, lireui-
h1i & Allegemelne Insurance Co., Hi
gone Into bankruptcy owing to its Sun
1-liiiielseo losses. The (ompauys ruu.i
luivo been relnsurod.
TO BEAT DREADNAUGHT
T.iin.lon. Nov. 2. Tim envernment of
irtim.t lind iliwtilpil to heutn thu con
ttriictlou of a battleship exceeding tin.
poner of the Ureudtinugu.
COMPLAIN AT PULLMANS
Clreenhilrir. Pa.. Nov. 2. Sixteen In
formations have been lodged against
the Pullman company or seiving mini
teruted milk limits cum.
' BRYAN HELP'S HEARST
I li,,.,.li, Nl Nov. '' Win. J. Ill vail
has given I7S.O0U to the llaptlst lelitllld-
tng fund or snu lTuntisco.
BIQ ROCKEFELLER GIFT
New York, Nov. 2. John I). Hocke
feller hus blveu $7C,OU0 to the llaptlst
rebuilding fund of Sun Francisco,
i ei i
Ottawa, Nov. i!.Purlluiiiiut line
been called to meet on "November 2tf
XZlbl T Want the Oldest and Purest Whiskey,
V don't you ?
. Old Jas. B,
(Hand-Made Sour Mash)
Is always well aged and it its purity itself.
Made and bottled in the Jus. E. Pepper
Distillery of Kentucky, established in 1780.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
TO II. H.
Pacific Mall Company's
Excuse For Giving
Tho Pacific Mali Steamship Com
pany has filed an answer to tbe.nmcn
ded libel of tho cubic ship Itentorer
on the Manchuria In which It Is nlleg
ed that the value of the Restorer Is
less than $000,000, as stated, And that
Instructions hud been usked from liar,
rlman In New York before the cuhlu
ship had gone to the rescue, but that
she had gone ns the result of n cable
from her owners us a special and pel-
sonal favor to Ilarrlmau, to whom her
owners were under obligation, and not
or a contract for salvage services. It
is also alleged that the engines on thu
Restorer were ordered (topped by Cap
tain Metcalf on August S!) and were
only started on the request of her offi
cers. The answer alleeei that the services
of the ltestorer In pulling the Man
churia off amounted to only one-half
the work which was done by one ot
the anchors laid down by Capt. Met
calf, It Is denied that the Manchuria
was in danger of being a total loss
dud stated that tho work that was
done bythc ltestorer could havo been
done by the Muunlng nnd the Iroquois.
Thg value ot the Manchuria is sain
not to have been $2,000,000 but on ac
count ot her damaged condition to
have been only J 1,200,000 and thut the
rnrgo was worth only $2SO,O0Q Instead
CHIUSA MARU ASHORE
(Continued on Page C)
nccldent would not have liappenci'..
At the time the Mongolia went iishoro
nt Midway the lluwullan Japano.su
Chronicle here sarcastically suggested
that the Paclllc. .Mull boats were going
to try to go across dry land, thoy
should be equipped v. lth wheels. Along
the waterfront today the opinion iv
eutured that stub un equipment might
not be a bud Idea for the Japanese
steamers, hIiiio they seem inclined to
try to climb out the reef.
The Clilusii .Mufti lull Kobe on OctJ
ober 18 with 537 Japanese Immigrants
and 1000 tuns of freight for Honolulu,
blie comes consigned to T. II. Davlcs
fi. Co., Ltd. Tho steamer is not one of
the regular vessels but Is u trump, put
cu to relieve thu congestion of freight
and patsengera canned by the Mongolia
and Manchuria being out of commis
sion. She Is to be followed by tho Sa
sato Mam, consigned to the same Arm,
und duo to arrive lu about two weeks,
und the Kusuho Mum, due to arrive In
about two or three days,
Thu Chlusn Maru Is a vessel ot 1830.U3
tuns net register and 2933.14 tons gross.
Shu Is 3G4 feet In length und 37 feet
beam. When loaded sho draws 22'A
feet of water tilt. She curries u crew bt
Captain Mlzumo Is confident that th'J
Chlusa ran bo pulled off the coral at
high tide this ultcrnoou, but along the
waterfront thu belief Is expressed that
the task Is no easy ono und that It may
take considerably longer tliuu thut to
get her off.
Tho Manning went out later In the
morning to tho assistance of the Chlusa
Maru, and there are now three steam
ers pulling on the Japanese tho Ku
Au Hon, tho Klnuu nnd thu Manning,
Tho Fearless leturned to poit about 11
o'clock, having been uusm-icssful In
getting nu engagement to assist In the
Hat u i day, Nov. 3.
Jap. stinr. Chlusa Maru, llunzl Mi
zuiiio, fiom Kobe, ashore ou leef ut
ll u. in.
Stinr Klnau, Freeman, from Maul
uud Hawaii ports, S;30 n. in.
O. S. S. Ventura, lluywaid, fiom
Hun Fianclsco, 12:r,o p. m.
.St in r. Ku Au Hon, Toilet I, from Ana
liola, 7 u. m.
Friday. Nov. 2
P. M. S. S. Korea, Sahdhurg, for Sun
Francisco, & p. ni.
Htmr. Claudine, Parker, for Maul
uud Hawaii polls, 5:11) p. m.
Htmr. Nllhuii. Towusend, for Kauul,
ti p. in.
102904 NUUANU STREET.
IMPORTERS AND DE ALER8 IN PINE WINBB sVLIQUOIIS,
FROM Oil SIDE
Politics Makes Strange
Bed Fellows At .
The Republicans nnd the Democrats
who have been louring the Island, re
turned In this morning's train from
Wnlalua, both of thu parlies hugging
themselves, at least In public, on the
LUicess they hud enjoyed Thu Repub
licans held nu excellent meeting ut Ltlo
last night, thu tcene being changed lo
that place fiom Kuhukii ul the request
of Manager Adams of thu Kiihtikii plan
tation. The plantation, however, helped
out by furnishing maple tiuiisportutlou
Voters from half the Island attended
the meeting, which was cuthiislustlL
thiougboiit. Flu m Sj to HO people came
from Wulaiiae, of whom nbuut fiu were
voters, and about 37S from Waialua, ot
whom a great percentage were quali
fied. A special train took these people
to Knhiiku und buck. From tho other
side of Lulc, from llauulu, l'linaltiu und
the surrounding country, n plantation
train took the crowds to thu meeting.
The Democrats had a meeting ut
Waialua last night. They claim thut It
was n very large one. The Advertiser
tills morning In Us attempt to boom it
stutes that theie were "ut the lowest
estimate 1LT... voters lu the big ciowd
present." As theie lire only 2:il regis
tered voters in Waialua, unit 127 lu the
district of Walanac, It seems as If the
Democrats must have been seeing not
only double, hut multiple, lu spjte ot
tneir mucii vaunieii temperance, Aiier
the meeting ut Uile the Republican
inmlldates went to lliilelwu, where
they stayed together with tin Demo
ciats. Somu of Hie ilvul candidates
even had to share beds, showing the
truth ot thu old saw that politics make
Tonight thu gleat debate between
the Republicans uml the Democrats ut
the Orpbeum will Concentrate the at
tention of tho politicians. It will be
gin nt S uud will lust until 10 or.clock.
each of the six speakers being given
Undoubtedly thu place will ho packed.
us tickets have been given out whole
sale fiom the headquarters of both
The Republicans will have no meet
ings tonight, but tho Democrats wilt
have ono nt Kmmii Squat o, ut which
McClaualian and Fred Ten III will bo
tho principal speakers. Tho Democrats
'will also have u meeting tomorrow uf-1
ternoon ut 3 o clock nt Wm. Ayau'.i'
placo nt Aula lane, for tho speelnl pur
pose of reaching thu Chinese vole.
New York, Oct. C. Tho loss by tint
In thy United. States and Canadu dur
ing thu month of September, us com
piled by thu "Journal of Commerce
und Commercial llulletln," aggregates
$10,832,050, or about tll.OOO.Uoo b4ow
mo recoru oi mo same iiiimiii in men.,
Thu nine months' tosses by flru now
reach the sum of $400,GS7,7!, n llg-
uro never before equaled lu the his
tory of thu country.
s e j
Per stinr. Klnatf, from llllo nnd way
ports, Nov. 3. W. P. Johnson, MIsh
N. K. Sheldon, V. J. Hure, Muster
Nero, A. Hnneberg. Miss Mary Melner
ny .Mrs. E. A. Mcliierny, Miss Helen
Allan, Mrs. Kumaka Sllllmaii, A. M.
Nowell. C. 8. Weight, Miss Knilly
Weiy, Mrs. U. Wery, Miss Mniy Hoiuu,
Miss C, Restarlek, P. I.. Homo, Rev.
11. 11. Reslurlck. R. R. Elgin, W. II.
Frumfleld, J. T. McCrosson, William
Henry, C. F. Peterson. l)r. V. A.
Norgnnrd, Cnpt. J, It. Parker, Dr. A.
J. Derby, Mrs. Rosalia Ululsdell, K.
A. Sniithworth. C. A. MncDonald, K.
Hhlda, Mrs, Muitinltu, Miss Annie Jon
Miss K. Huabeo, Miss U. K. Rice, C.
After several months' pleasant so
journ hero Mrs. Morso und Miss Morse,
mother uud sister of Percy Morse uml
doodle Morse of the Americun-lluwnli-au
Steamship Company, departed for
the Coast yesterday on the Korea.
U. H. A. T. Thomas, l.ynam, for San
Francisco, H p. in.
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