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r.vnxiNn iitiu.r.TiN, iionouiU). t it , tit-simy, jan s, im;
lonolulu Commandery Inttalla
Pacific Pint Degree.
Lei Aloha Regular.
AH visiting members of tbt
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings uf local lodges.
HARMONY LODQE, No. S, I. O. 0. F.
Mtcli everr Monday evening at 7:S0
tn I 0 O K? Han. Port ttreet, I
i: it m:s'iin sen. tan ,
I' A SIMPhU.N SI. I
All tIbIUcx bro'hera vety cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. f P.
Meeti every Tuesday evening at I
1.30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, Kill
ttreet. Vlsttlny brother cordially In
vited to attend.
a s vi:iini:it c c
1' WAI.DItON k n s
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. af P.
Meets every Friday evenlrg at
K. P. ilall, King street, at 7:30. Mem- i
ben or Myslto I-ode, No. 2, Wm. Mc
Klnley Lodge, No S, and vliltlbc I
brothers cordially invited.
It GOSI INC C ('
8 Ki:A K It H
HONOLULU LODQE 61, B. P. O. E.I
Unnntttln Trwto Mn !1X 11 P D U !
vlll meet In tbelr ball, .in Mlllel
ind Beretanla ttreeli, every Friday
By order of tbe K. 11.
HARKY H. BIMPSON,
II. Z. MimiUT, ER.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. I, K.af P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
f.-SO o'clock In IC ot 1'. Hall, King
fTttt Visiting brothers cordially Id
nUal (r attend.
I.. II WOLF, C C
i: A. JACOUHON K It S?
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on tbe 2nd and 4th WCDNKS
DAY cvenlne) of each month at 7:20
O'clock In K. of P. Kail, King strict.
Visiting Eagles are Invited tr at
DAM McKRAaOC, w.r.
H. T. MOOIIE. W 8cy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Nt. 1, I. O. R. H.
Meets every second and fourth
FfllDAY of each month In I. O. O. F
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
XV. r. DRAKE, Sachem.
A. E MUHPHY, C. ot P.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. B63, Y. M. I.
Meots every second and fourth Wed
nesday nf each month at San Anionto
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
T. F. McTIQHE, Pres.
E. V. TODD, Socy.
Don't start the New
Year wrong, merchants,
but have your delivery wa
gon repainted and repair
ed at once. We'll begin the
work right, end It right
and charge only what's
427 QUCEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX T93.
C. W. ZEIQLER Manager
Phone Main 197
ana you'll get FRESH BAKED bread
Delivered to Your Home.
I W. R. Patterson,
GENERAL CONTRACTING AND
1168 UNION STREET.
PHONE MAIN 324.
FRESH FLOWER AND VEGETABLE
8EFD3 FOR SALE.
Mrs. E, M. Taylor .
TEL. MAIN 3S9,
Weekly Bulletin SI P" year.
Kinf .ind B thcl Sts.
If you want a good, reliable
paint to withstand the hardest
wind and rain, try fuller's
It Is ready mixed for use and
the best made.
Lewersft Cooke, Ltd
A small snap shot made In
to a bromide enlargement will
often make a very fine picture
such as would cost a big price
In an art store.
Bring your snap shots here.
A repla enlargement does not
cost much and the result Is
bound to be very gratifying.
No Bill o' Fare
To Worry Over
The Criterion's midday
lunch Is prepared and waiting
for the luncher. Served with
out wait or worry. This fea
ture Is appreciated by busi
ness men who have no time
to study over a perplexing
Lunch 25c will beer.
PHONE MAIN 30.
jay"For Rent" caros on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Sm- BULLETIN ADS. PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A man living on Klnau street recent
ly rented a house, which he own 01
Lunalllo street, to a gentleman who
lives a few blocks away from him on
I Hackfeld street. Out It required a
1 Bulletin Want Ad. to bring the matter
Cheat the doctor, go to Wnllele.
' Panama hats cleanul ut the Glob.
j Head the Haliller toasts The) nrc
' orlrlnil 1
Itcninmit rale nt Whltnev & Marsh's,
llest cup of coffio in llio city. New
fr linwU'a Pino Cream, pint tins.
2P, cents l)n d. t'o I
Two linrroa nn- being held In thu Mu-i
MM pound for trespassing I
Work In tin- Knlfclits Itnnk this even
ing nt M) title 1idge No. 2, K. of P.
Next meeting of tho llonrd of Kdii
cation will he held on Monday next
Trustees of the Chninber of Com
ment! will hold 11 meeting tomoriow
M)slle Unlet-, No 2, K of V nietU
tonight In K or P Hall King Btrcet
If Mill llki meats tlinl iiro of miierlnr'
ipmlll) dial at tho Metropolitan Mint
mat bet I
Tout dollars 11 car will pn) for 11,
pilvate box 111 tht llelir Vntirliiiiiiui
1 niBl Co J
There will l 11 spci Inl 1111-1 ting of the
Men hunts' Association toilii) nt -I
i'c lock p in
Tin- road In flout of the Honolulu,
Iron WorkH la no iiiiuld) ns to be 111
Some good hauls of eels have rm nt
l bicii made nloiiK the Cliuuuel whurt
mil of the waterfront.
Sainpion hn, In the rear of tli
Channel wharf, l full of ntuweed, din
lodged during tlm teient Konu
An nutomobllu Intiiii waa lost soine
wIilii' nlKiut tlm ill ltpunrd "111 lu
jnlil or return of wm to the Urrltory
It Is stated tint Jlhe planliri hae
not uillsttil nu of tin r.iu odd Jiipiiu
ese who nrrlinl Ukt wieli b thu Chi
Wnlklkl Inn In mm onuul by W. C
Uerclu AiconuuodutlonK, supplk'K
and uttendatiru nbsolutely first cIjks.
ritust balhlni; oil the beutli.
Itcsular niontlil) ineetlng of the llo-
oln md llootilu Society will take plate
nt I lie Knplolutll Mnterult) Hume to
uuiriow moruliig at lu 11 m
'I he Hiibji-t 11I Central Union ira.i r
service tonight will j: 'Thu Church,
Inl b P C. Joint .Mrs V. I.. Wlilt-'
ne will pit'olde at the piano
I'lie ul.11111 tnrdu, coutultiliiK the lieu
lumiliem and ton 11 ted b Chief 'IhurB
toii up to .lanuio 1. me ruul fot fue
dellM'ix ill thu Uullitlli olllie
When the wintlicr Ik hot "Arnhlt'
will tool y ma lion runf When the
Iwiuther Is wtt "Arablt" will prevent
lust California IVed Co. ugentK.
Ilii'ie will In 11 xpeilal liieitlng ol
the ineinborH of the Coimneiilal Club
thlK uCternooii ut I o'cloilv for tho pui-kim-
of iIpcIiIIiik the luatltr iiurlululii
to thu cliili rooms
Installation of unicorn for tho new
term at Kxudslor Iodgu, I t). O. 1'.,
IIiIh evening .McmbeiH of lluiiiiiin
l.odgu mid v lulling brotherH of the
order are luvlt'i! to attend
Tho poxtiKiued imctlim of the Ijidkx
Aiixlllar, A 0 II., UUItlun No. 1, will
he held thU evening at S p 111. Ah the
olllicra for thu toiuiug uit are to he
liiHtulliil, a full atteiidiiuiu of luembcrH
Tho Seasldo has plenty of surl
boards, surf caiioca, Canadian canoes
etc., which ure ut the disposal of Its
guests, lleincmber thut the best bath
tne and the best surf for board rldlut' Is
directly In front nf the Heuslde
.Leonard (J.pellogg, the iigrltulliliul
iimuufrer ofj'thq tolon ut Wuliluvva,
wiih comirilssloiiod jcsteida) b (lov
1 1 nor Carter us u, number of thu lloatil
of AgrliultuiH and Koienti), to tmicecd
Jacob P. Ilrowu, whosu ramuiliutlon
All niembeiH of Colli t CaiuoeH No.
8UU, A. O K, mid visiting uumbciH
of thu in del uiu Invited to attend a
luietlng to be held thlu evening 111 ft ill
Anionic) Hull, to Install thu ollliers fot
the ensuing leriu. A uncial sehsluu will
follow the lustallutloii (KieinouieH
Mill Jnmeu Scoll, wife of thu tnun
uger of thu Ivlhcl Pluutiitlou Co, 111
ihcd In tlm cltv 011 Hat'.itil.iv. Aflii
the lhtii lust Mih. Stott will bu ut
home In thu residence of i;. C. lliiiwn,
Col lij; u Hills, vho haves for the Coiibt
on tlm Korea Mrs rScoll will put her
two lj)u In Puliation, and It Is for that
pnrpoMi that hIij lal.111 up her lesldcncu
here at this time
C. I). Kills ami II 8. Ujwr, two or
the tluough pasicngurM of thu Hong
kong Mnru, uru leturulug to thu KuhI
um Statin fiom llunnali, linving just
IIuIkIimI a flvo vim touttntt with thu
Itiirmuli Oil Coiiipmy, a Scotch kjii
dkutii having extensive oil InlerestH
on tlm Upper Cnuiboilla ilvei, down
which the oil Is floated oil lulls. I Jot li
Ml I:1IIh mid Mr Uivvi) uiu Ann il
ea ns, familial with thu oil uuidnei.s of
the i:.istein Stales, and It Is possible
tint the) will letiiili to lluiiuuh aftei
Visiting theli lulutlves.
Mm Arthur Co,ne net hid by tho
ktiainei Sononia thu uml news of thu
ik.ith of hei niuther, Mia l J, Peirlus,
widow of the latu John l'uilus Mia
I'errlim pnaed una) Dtieuibei 1U, at
thu liniiiu of her duughtei, Mrs (! A
I'ueinan, Mountain View, Santa Cluia
Co Mis. IViluiH hud mutt) friends lu
Honolulu, having leslded hero for mail
.vearu when Mr Peirlns wus ullve. Shu
ulxo mnilu a nuiuhii of vlblts to hei
iliiughtir, Mis Co) 1111, uftur Mr Per
1 Ins' death She leaves to mourn her
loss, font iluuglitem, one sou mid bev
el til graiiiltlilldicu,
That's right, five -theie are others,
but these are the Important ones for
you and your eyes:
you frown or squint In looking
at an object;
your eyes show an Intolerance
they lire, ache, smart or wa
ter; objects swim or become dim;
you have frequent headaches;
These are a few of the points that
point to the need of glasses, points
I that point to ut.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May &. Co,
H. Culman, 'm n si.
ON KOOLAU MAD
A tlnie-tiihte for the Koolati ltollwu)
has Jiu.t hem IsHiitd I'lvi stations are
011 the new Hue 'I In li dixtume and
Kites of Tale fiom KuhilMi Is as fol
lows. I.'ite, 2&r uitli'4, hiMpupau, 17.1
miles, I luitnl.i. Oil miles Kuliriuui,
fi Si m.lli", I'uiKiliiii SM miles.
'I he Inn s n uiu luhukii me To Uile,
K.e Knlpapiu, It.'i' , llauiilu, .'Ms ; Ka
liiuuul, .l"e ; Piiu.iliiu, I'"'
I'olloHlng 1 1 tho ilall) trtiln srhedule-
Towuril PiinnliiiiKiiliiiLil, IL'Mt) p
in I.ole, 1J r,0 p in.; Kalpapaii, 1J5S
p m ; I lunula, 1 us ji. 111 ; Kulimuul,
I 1'! p in , I'liiinliiu, !..!() p in
Toward Kulitikii P111111I1111, 1 3ti p
111 ; rvuluuuiil. I ::" p in ; llaitiila, 1.IU
p. 111 , Kalpiipiu, 1 r,l ji. in , l.ale, 0'
n 111 , Kuhiikii 'i 'i p 111
'I lie oilhiiK or the (oiupaii) uri
(icnerul niAiiuk' 1, MuliX'W Adiims, sup
erintendent J J. Dow Hug, generul
pusiuuger mil tleKet agent, 0 Ma) all
I A nieiiv iiieeilni' ol thu Mardl (liai
j (omiultlie wus held Inst night In the
I looms or tlm Klloliuuu Ait u.-nguu at
thu Yoiiiii; hotel
J.11111H Wilder lecelvuil full lustrue
tioiiH as to his duties us muster of 101-
emonles. The grand maich will he
composed or hundreds of mtrr) masked
daiiceiH All who lire mi'sked will lo
allowed thu fnedoni or the llooi bill
need not ihiiue ir not so Inclined
The Prime and Prlntess or Cuinlvnl
will bu cm 01 led to their lo)al eli.ilrs
1 lie Mimna Hotel Is reported to bu
thu most desirable palace foi 10) alt)'
and Maidl Uiaa (,ueslB, and Mr Htit-
uehe has given his word thut the event
will bu the giamliHl evei held ut thu
Thu lonunlttce 011 pilzeu litlug nV
senl nollilug dilliilte was Mtllid on
that Hroie, although stutiuir) mid
jialutliiKs weie spolien ol as In lug
vvoilli iiiiiKlileiatloii In thu lluu ol
Mi llirtwlni Is giving his asslstuutu
to Mih tlari) Lewis In piepatlng I ho
menu which nuans thu best uvir.
Mr l'hlllls would not uxhlhlt thu
llilat he was getting up. He wishes
Its design 11 he 11 little uuipilsu at u
'I he puhlii will bu ktpt thtiiough:)
postid hv Mis Alun V.. Douglas leganl
lug rutiire 1I1 velunmenls
'I he Miiidl (Iras Ciimniltlen wllfhold
theli next uniting 011 Monday uveuliig,
Jummi.v M, at 7 M p in , ut the league
looms, ut which all meiulieiH of the
various tominlllicH will he juesent
IMeH will l,e given UH rollovVM:
I.adks 1, haiidsomiHt; J, most torn
lial, 'I, most oilglu il; 1, best sustalnul
(It ti 1 1 nn 11 1, handsomest, 2, most
comical, ::, most oilglual; I, la si i;ns'
'GERMAN TRADE FAIRLY GOOD
Oilman) bought fiom thu United
I Stalls lu I'lOS, lO.MO.OOO poiiniH of
Halted In 1 1, 2.10,000,000 jiounds or laid.
2J "011,000 hllshelH or corn, 2,500.000
burhels or win it, 14,000,000 pounds ot
baton, 5,IUO,0UO pounds of poik, n.HOO,
000 Imslnls or oats and 1,C2G,727 bush
els or lurle).
Have You An
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COR. FORT AND HOTEL STS.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
, i" knikiiaB wiiiiiisi jj we
I 4ka naujai pf th rlu
The Kuliniiko Mh-slou g.ivo 1111 Inter
estlim uinceit last night Vnluiihlu us
Hlstaute was given b) friends ot that
Institution 'Hie piugriim consisted ot
music ilncl diumiitlc readings The eon
leit tiided with a drill of all nations
which was very well performed
Thu Fulooti I.ecpciH tin leahoutB are
iiiiiHlilerahl) eteulsoil ovel the prox
Imlt) of the Mission, and me mnlllun
t'm-atn lo nttimiit Its iimoval to somo
Hiipeitiitenilent Rider considers thu
action of thu saloon l;n pcrs the best
evidence possible that thu mission Is
doing Jii.it what It imiiu theie to do.
W MURDERER NOT
The Japauesu tnurileier named Mo
iiiuiuia, who silt thu tlmi.it of 11 roun
trjiuan at thu Honolulu plantation
New Year's eve Is still ut large, llo
was a striiugei, evtn to thu othei Jap
anese, anil lied Imiiudlatel) uftei torn
mlttllig the deed
The police have not been nblu to lo
cate him and aie of the opinion thut
bu has lonimllted suit hie Seveiul Jap
anese specials have been working on
the taso hut with no btltei sun ess
than the polite fime.
A DALD NEW8PAPER MAN.
Getting a New Croo of Hair, and Hat
No More Dandruff.
i:vcr)hoily lu tho Northwest knows
lol Daniel Starles, tho veteran Join
iiiillst uml publicist or Untie. Jun. 10,
11MIO. thu Colonel writes: "I used u
couple of bottles or Nowbro'H llerpl
cide with nun v clous Jesuits. The
ilaiiilruir dlsiippeaied; 11 new crop of
liulr litis taken root, anil tho bald spot
Ik lupldl) b"lng covered." Herplcldo
is llio only luili piuparallon thut kills
the iliiudruir germ that digs up tho
rtalp In scabs as it burrows Its wu)
lo thu root of thu hall, wheiu It de
stiuj h thu vitality or tho hair, causing
thu lull to rail out Kill thu dundrulT
(.erui. with lleipUiilu Bold b) tend
lug driigglsls Send 100 In Ktainps for
H.implci to 'I lie llerplclde Co, Dctiolt,
Midi Ilolllstei Dim: Co, special
Jpsjar-"For Rent" cards on tale at
the Bulletin offlc
for the Adellna Pattl,
Hawaiian and Rough Ri
der Cigar; and Edge
worth Smoking Tobacco;
thlt tobacco Is guaran
teed. Everything for the
smoker here at worth
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREET8
IS TO BE SOLD
Oovernor Holf of (lernmn Samoa, 1
..i .1 . ... ... . .. 1
in iianseci iiirougii 110110111111 lasi
wtek on his way back to hi 4 post, ru
I s with the ponnlsslon of thu Our
man (lovcrnmcut to purchase Vlfldl
mlr. the former residence of Robert
l.ouls Stevenson, for the (lovernor'H
Tho place 1 11 quest Ion Is a very beau
tl.til one, Il has hetn offuiod tor snlu
jit miction, uml llovernor Soir ban
I been desirous or ntqulrlng It ror thu
lllerm.m Govviiiinent to luovent tho
I pluco being broken up The name ot
, Stevenson Is so closely associated with
Samoa thnt over) thing that can servo
llo perpetuate bis memory lu thine Isl
tintls where ho spent his best )enr,
I tliu Oovernor reels, ought to bo done,
j Governor Soir belongn lu tho thin!
or rourth class of the Uerm.ni civil i-t-r-Ivlte
This Is his third term as Gov
.irnor of Huinoii, mid his liuxl movu
I will bu In thu wuy or 11 promotion to
j nunc more lniKirtant post. Ho Is said
'it bu a mull or extraordinary ability
anil cleverness, mid Is gr all) luteiest
til lu the development of Hamon
tn mi Interview hurt', he Btuted that
there Is 0110 serious problem which ho
is tr)lug to solve lu Suino.i It Is us
lo whether It Is better to try to civil
Izn the nntlvoH there, teach them to
tut tloui Instead of breadfruit, and to
wear tlolhts, or lenvo them as the)
nut now It Ik tho Governor's Idea
Hint whatever most tends tovvanl thu
pi en nation of thu rnco should be
Tho Cover nor told mi amusing In
btniut' whlth nroso rict-iitly. There Is
vi ry little revenue lollcctcd from thu
natives, most of the funds for running
the government beliia; mipplleil by the
German Government. Hut roiiu tlmo
ago 11 poll tax or two dollars was Im
(iosciI It was not ut all favorulil) re
reived, and the result wus that oul)
about J2.O0U or JS.uOo was cullocteil
the 111 st e.n
Iheii tho Governor tried anothor
scheme Ho nunounted that the Ken
era I poll lux would ii'inalu $2 11 head
hut that chlers would be tuxed $3 and
would, on p.i)iut'Ul of the same, ie
cilvc a speclall) engrosiie'il certificate.
The result was nil that could bo hope I
ror. Collections Tor thnt )ear amount
od to about $23,000. liver) hod) want
1! to (onio In tho "chief" class.
Mlf ffilt T
The case of the Central Milk Com-
pan) versui A. J Campbell, 'ferritin iul
I reimncr, wus mi.tied be To re thu Su
preme Court this morning mid submit
ted. This Is thu case In which thu L't ntj
Milk Company appeal fiom Cnrip
bell'H action lu assessing It :,pon Its
authorized eajdtul Instead of .poi, In
nttual tapltal stock. Its capital ttrcl.
Is $2110,000, hut Its authorlz-il (.iptal
is $2,noo,000. mid tho TreiiHiiiui- rilled
Unit It should I'll) taxes on the latter.
The motion to quash thu Indictment
I'gnlnst Willie Crawford, churgod with
running u gambling game, was argued
biroro Judge Itoblnson this morning.
Thu Judge denied thu motion anil the
pita was continued to tomorrow morn
ing. Sliullnr action wus tukuii In regard
to thu motion to quash tho Indictment
u.talnst lain Tung Pin ot ul , tho "ul."
consisting or seven other Chlnuso.
Tung and tho lest uru charged with
iksiiull wllli n dmigorotis weapon
Pleas ill Ills taso will also bu enleied
CM ItU. i
Tho Chlusa Maui tnso wus taken up
in Jitilgu Dole's court this morning uml
Captain MncCuiilu) wus 011 tho stand
until thu noon recess was taken. Up
lo that tlmo only diiect testimony hud
been given. This afternoon thu Cap
tain will bo ci obs examined b) thu at
torneys foi tho ship.
Tho most luiportuut testimony glvul
by Captain MntCniiluy was thut thu
assistance of tho lutti-Inlund steatncis
Kinati and Ku An Hon was absolutely
otsentlal In getting thu Chlusa Mnru
off the leef. Thu ship heisilf could
not liavo gotten off without iisslstuuco
I.nst night u Juimuesu Ice it' emu pi.r
lor on King utieet near I.lllh.i was lul
lilurized by uu uukiiowii jieruon mid
bOO tlguis stolen, lite eutiatie) v.us
tlfecteil by thu hi caking of u window
at the reir of the stoie nnd ilto u,el
gut iivvny safely with his homy
A Poilitguese or lather bail chuiuilci
who Is known as "Cigarette," U uu
ptctid uml 11 wan ant bus been i'sueil
for his arrest,
Momlny, January '
A -II 8 S Nebrnslian, Knight, from
Seattle, D'lfi n 111
T K K H S Hongkong Mnru, Went,
from the Orient. .1 p in.
Tuesday, January 8
Stiur Manna lon, Slmcrson, from
Maul nml Hownll iorts, 7'!2 n m
Monday, Jnnnnry 7.
U 8 A T Logan, Stluson, for San
Promised, 4 20 p in
Tutsdny, Janunry S
T K K 8 8 Hongkong Mam, Pent,
lor Sun rranclsco, 7 11 in
Stmr Kltinii, rrienuin, tor Mnul nnd
Hawaii ports, 12 m
Htmr. Iwnlnnl, Pllti, lor Uihnlnn nml
lltinoliin, 12 in (l.lkellKe nmte).
Stmr. Noenii, Pederson for llmnnkiia
portr;, 12 in
8p St. Kraiicei, Murra), lor Port
Tovviiseud, In ballast, 7 20 a in
Stmr. W. (1 Hall. Thompson, fo
K ana I ports, R p 111
Stmr Ke An Hon, Sachs, for Kami
ports, r p m.
Stmr. Ileli ne, N tsou, for Hawaii
poiti, r. p 111
Stmr. Maul, lb am It, ror Kauai polls.
.1 p 111
Stmr Ivvnlanl, I'lltz, for Motokal
ports, f, p 111
The Japanese steamship Hongkong
Maru docked cs',erday alternoou at
2'40 nfler 11 ratliei rough passage from
the Orient She brought 9J2 tons of
treleht ror this ill) unci 1173 Japanese
Immigrants. She had a gisiil list of
throiiKh passengers In her cabin, hut
onl) two, I)r Nluoinl)a and wife foi
The most noted peiMitiare on lio.ird
was Hajah Ag:i Knlin, a graduate -of
Cmnhildfre Unlvcrslt), who is on his
vny tn mnke 11 iiimplete tour of the
Pnlted Slates. He In deeply Interested
in religious subjects anil will lecture at
his alma muter when be has finished
his tour of the States.
Tlirto naval officers, Lieut. Com
mander G. W. Drown and Knslgns M,
K. Mcltnlf mid 8. M. Itoblnson, tire 011
tlulr vvuv to the States from the ABlat
le squndixin. The first named Is 011 sick
leave. Ilnslgn Metcnlf Is the sou or
8etretar or the Navy Mctcalf.
The Mnru left for the Coast tills
morning nt 7 o'clock, earr) lug mall but
no paosengers or freight from this city.
SUPERVISORS WILL DECIDE
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"I don't III. e to be too flee witli other
pi epic's money," he added.
I'lW.c Harvey said that he would
want to have the pay of the laborers
lalbed, If It could possibly be done. "I
promised tho people to raise their pa), '
lie said "So did rem, so did Dvvlght,
mid so did all of them. Now the time
has come when wu must see if wo cun
ll Is not anticipated that there will
be man) ihunges In the salaries of the
higher oindiils mid their stairs. Theie
iniiv bu Home etToit made to inuko cuts
In the olllces held by Sum Johnson unci
County Uuglnt'er Geie, but If such ut
tempts bu mude, It will be fiom the
sldn of tho Democrats, unci they will
say nothing about it at present.
"It would be no use to try; the vote
showed that )csterda)," said Prank
Harvey today, when usked If Un at
tempt would be made to remove Gere
mid put John Wilson in his plate. On
thu other hand riimot bus it thut an
elToit will bu mnilu to reduce tbe salary
attached to thu position or County En
Ulnc or to suth a llguru that Gere would
resign, whuicupou John Wilson would
Among thu oilier matters which will
loiuo up hcrore the Hoard tonight will
be Hie appointment of a load overseei
for Koolnulou Dlstrltt, whlth was d
reried fiom jesttiilay. The Hoard will
also havu to niuku Its upixilutinents ot
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