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RVKNINO niJM.KTIN. HONOMJt.U. T It . WRiNT.SlUY. KHtl. 13. 100T.
Honolulu Oommandery RcR'
ulnr 5 p. in.
4A-"l'll A V
Oceanic Lodge Practise.
All visiting members of the
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings ot Weill lodxei.
rlARMONY LODCE, No. t, I. O. O. F. !
Meets every Monday evening at 7:20
In'l 0. O P. Hall. Fort streeL i
13. It. MKNUIIV, Sccretury.
C. A HlMl'SON. N (I. j
All visiting bro'hers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. ! P.
Meets every Tuerday evening at
1:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, K!n
ttrert. Vlsltln? brother cordially In
vitrei to attend.
a s. wi:tiui:n. c. c.
v. walduox, k. it. a.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. ef P.
Heat every Friday venlrg at
K. 1'. Hall, Klnc street, at 7:30. Mem
ber! oC Myjtlc I.odc, No. 2 Win. Mc
Kloley Lodge, No. 8, and vlsltlnir
brothers cordially Invited.
11. C.OSI.IM1, C. C.
A. B. KKNWAY, K. 1L 8.
Honolulu Lodge en, b. r. o. e.
Honolulu Lodge No C1G, II I. f). 13.,
will meet In their hall on King near
foil stieet every Friday eveniiil.
JJyiurder of the 13. It.
HAUItY II. SIMPSON,
II. i:. MUItltAY, 13.lt.
' Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. , K.l P.
Meet- every Saturday evenlm at
f.'iO o'.locV In K. or P. Hull, King
t'.rt Visiting brothers cordially In
!. n. attend
!.. II. WOLF, c. a
13. A. JACODSON, K. IL H.
llUNOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. K.
JJcets on the 2nd and 4th WEDN1CS
i DAY evening of eAch month at 7:30
o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King treL
VUltint Kaglea are Invited tr at
r.AM McKEAtJUE. W.P.
II. T. MOOItK. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRICE Ne. 1, I. O. It. M.
Meets every second ami fotirtli
- FRIDAY or encli iiinntli lit I. O. O. F.
Vlsltlnc brothers cordl.Vly lnl"t :
13. V. TrsiJU. '"in
A. 13. Ml ill'IIV i' t l(
' DAMIEN COUNCIL ria. 603, Y. M. I.
Sleets every second and fourth Wed
nesday ot each month at San Ancotflo
Hall. Visiting' brothers cordially (u
ltcd to attend.
F. V WKF.D, Pros.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
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'a
fc Manufacturing Company,
. f QUEEN 8T. TEL. MAIN 47.
,- P. O BOX 193.
, C. W. ZEIGLER Manager
,3 'manufactured from pure distil ted wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
, courteous drivers.
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Btne 3151.
The Kind You like.
No Other Competes,
feti Vienna Bakery
l , PHONE MAIN 107.
h inland P.:thclSts.
Kitthiiite jiuiut made
A kind of paint which
lasts 15 years or long
er, the handsomest
)iaint for till exposed
metal or wood surfaces.
177 S. KINO ST.
From Our PriwiiclM
In l-'orolun L,cinclM
speak louder than let
ten about the charac
ter and customs of the
country. We have 20
new pictures in beauti
ful colors which your
friends are waiting to
put in their souvenir
FORT STREET .
" Everything Photographic '
See Our Fine Quality
1120 Ntiuanu Street, near Hotel.
W.W. Wright Co.
rtavs opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. rjavlng secur
ed the services of a first
class thoer they are pre
pared to do all work In-
trusted to them In a first
class manner, t: ;: :: :i
FflESH JAM, JELLY, CHUTNCY and
185 Hotel St.
Phono Dins 1411.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
What is the use of worrying
over 'a leaky roof or poor plumb
ing, when a Bulletin Want ad.
will find a better house in 24
Titlllios, livery, tititoa. BtkyiU. Btlito.
Skirl sale at Whitney It Mnrali'a on.
Heal cup of cotleo lit Ilia city. Jew
r.ncland llaktry. Qtuillty ,
'I ln Mutual Telephone Co. has do- - ' ,,
Inieil a dlvlileutl. (IUallty
A jin-Hiimaii Ik vtOntfil by thu Mi't- tm
cniitiii- I'tiniitiK (. iCJualitv
Tlio Kinml Jury will inn-i imalii tnii - ?
Wetlmwlay, l-V.briiary 20 has always been one of our chief
KnKlm .Mi. 140 ifBulnr mtliis this ,mg lowerInB the price by lower
evening in K. uf ' hall. , the jU nnd substituting, is
ArS; r HolllX! ,"" M0!,,",' f r pqollcyy The cut In quality is
Thtf Crawfurd ram, will l. leHiiint'd t.1 ways gieater than the cut n price,
before Judgi- liobliiron m-xt Mtiudny and the spectacle weaier is the loser.
l-icti curtains at cioat ivdnctlotia There's'mental salisfactiou for you
nt liloin'ii lireliinlni; ihl inoriiliie. in high quality of our goods. -.
St'riiri" )ittr valuables by ili'iiosllMR
llii'in with Henry Wiiterlmum Trusi
Co. . ,
Daiitli'ti I'ciiincll of lb"' Y. it. 1. im-etH
Ibis i-veultiK at 7.30 In Snn Antonio
The Kniiliiwela ilamo nunuuiiceil for
Fi'brttary 1C linn b-ftt imwIihjiumI In.
Denny & t'o. have n fi-w uecoiid-haitil .
niaehlnr-R In good I'lindltloii for nab-,
me Foil St. I'liimo Main m.
lint Nlib.iti, mrlvliiK this iiiornliif,
from Kintal, bitiUKht i:tU' Ihikb of iiinnr
friiiii Knloa and iiii mm nmllni;.
Kotim niiiiilii ciinnlilcr I'lliini In-tT llm
bi'Dt liart of every moat ; It In iiMlftllily
otii of the miiul iippircliitrd jiarta
lliiuallan I.oiIk' will bolil u uMTiat
nii-etliiK, ulth uork In th- Hfioiul ib
tirvv. Ibis i'M'IiIiik nt ":3ll o'clock.
riii'ic will l,ii u nifellUK at the Kill-
vnllon Army hall Tbiirmlay i-vi-iiIiir nt
8 orlock to wclciinic Captain lliiin
inotid from the Coaxt
The Kilin of SL'M.UT. uiih atlii'il'il III
)i'nterda for llu- Chlnetio Fnmlni' lle-
llt-f Fund. Day & Itolilnxou t:o., i.iii ,
rontilbiiteil J:'U(l of I hit iitnoiint.
ll:in ItobiTlH lll nun-dry u iian-
lit v of nexl HiitiiiMci-'u niaiiiio cnii mid
hip II lo Kan FiiiiicUco'h fruit dciil-
in nn n lest. I'iirailbi'.
Walldkl Ion Is now owned by W. C.
lioruln. Accommodations, supplied
and ntlcndance nbvoluU-ly .first C'1js
Fliieit bathing on the bench.
, uobl hospltiil class pin )rnr V.'OI
Wiih los.t on I'litichbowl HtriM't betni-eii
(Juetti'H llospllal ami KIur utrcct. U-
ward for return of Hainu to lio.ipltiil.
N. Fernand'S. nimtry inibllf, type-
rltfr, etc., ban rvmtm'i! bin olflc-e lo
No. bi Kuahiunaim Hticct, oppoalte
the utlbe of Theo. II. Duvlt-H & Co..
In the assumpsit matter of William
I,. Peterson vs. lVter Johnsoii, .ImUo
U Holt Ibis niornliii; cave JiidiMiifiilj
tor ine jiianiiiii in tini Hum oi uu..i'.
plus VJ.7II cost.
The illkahala, nirlvlni; this nioruliifi,
brought the rollowliiK freight: luu
Ii:ikh A sugar, 104 baus turn, fi empty
Kas (lijiiiis, 10 empty wlmt bariubi, 'Z
empty bear barrels.
Low prices at thu New England Ilnli
ery. Mr. and Mrs, William (I. li-wln en
Irrtulned ut dinner Friday evenlni; pr
redltiK the (Irceuwny ball, iiiiiouk tlielr
KtiestH being Mr. anil MrK Fied Kohl.
fl. F. Climnlclo Feb. I.
The Knueolie schisil bus been closed
on account of measles. The prlnclp.il
Is detotliiK tils limit to calls on the
Kiel; and l'lesldeut I'lnMiam Kent it
iTiyaldan lo the dlstilcl lo lilteud lo
l t-i.HliiK needs.
I'urser John (Iriibu of the MlkahaU
repoits the following mmar on hand on
Cniinl! K. S. M.. 1000; V. K.. 150;
Male. 10,070, (I. & It.. 10.17'J; Mill..
20,:i75; I. 1,.. 7Kl!t;, it. H. Co., M.IJMJ;
II. .M.. 1C.U0OMC. S,Co.. MiU.
Ily the Siberia today It is expected
(hat Cnjitaln Hummoiid ot Kanla (.'ni7.
will urilvo. Tim Cajitalu will go dltect
to Maul to lelleve Cnjitaln David l.y
man In Salvation Aimy work on thai
If the S. H. Sierra nriivcH February III
it dance will he given ut (lie Hoynl Ha
waiian Hotel, lr not. then It will he
Riven Thursday evening, February 11,
In honor of Mra. IMIIIi T. WcatbetnM
und her liulltH. Musle dutliig dlnnei
l.our. Muuiiel de Jesus, who was indicted
by the Hiatal Jury for iii.sniilt Willi .i
deadl weapon on l'ahlo Alicia, tbla
morning withdrew bis plea of- not
Kiillty and pleadrd guilty to tho cliatge.
JUUgH uolilusoli Neiiteuced him lo 11
jeur In prinin. Thu ussault for which
Muuuel de Jesus will do tlmu was com-
milted ut a dance up Nuiianii Mille)
Captain llaiiiuioud, ficun Santa Criu,
Callforulu, will iiiiho on thu Sierra,
piolubly today! imd will be geii a
wehome meeting In the Salvation
Army hall, corner of King street and
Nliliauu iiveiiue, toinlnrow evening lit
S o'cloclf. Thu captain Is appointed to
the work of the Salvation Army on thu
isianil or Maul, und will succeed Cap
lain David l.ymau, who has been tip
pointed to 1IIM Uoast.
Liquid Antiseptic and Non-acid
Dentifrice will penetrate the little ' on December 14 tiled a Judgment or
,rui,. ii. i..ih .h, ,,,. . I onloi that idnlnlllf recover of dereud
crevices of the teeth that cannot be ,1t (e .um)l1)t r(lulll (lln ull(, ln wUIcll
reached by the Tooth Brush, cleant-
kJI UBIIf WlVtllllr-
or,, i iM ,,,
, ana impart -
ing and purifying them
Ing such a (Venn cleanly sensation, as
to become a Joy to the mouth and
refreshing to the whole system. SO- f
LXCsiTnMri (ID "K
A. N. SANFORD,
liOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
f.. VbJ.. P. fl '
Over May & Co.
THE HIGH QUALITY OF
jewehy has been attained by no other, house in Honolulu,
look, for that H. C. stamp on the jewelry you buy and get
the best. The Rest is Always the Cheapest
IvD0 HIGH GRADE JEWELRY WORK OF ALL KINDS, ,
INCLUDING, WATCHMAKING AND ENGRAVINQ.
Inmates Of Settlement At
Molokai May Buy -Animals
Tint KnlniiiUI Zoo Is on thu lilnr
lt. The (uiporatloii coultolllng It
liiis-fouiid that the iustlltillon is not
u paving pioposltlov us run at pies
tiil.tiud nlthnugh koiiiu huge ctowiN
bave ul limes vlslled the, place, thu
ticelpta if.ive nol in Hie long inn
been biillleleiil to pay expenses. Tho
et-talillhlniient will eltnur he sold out
light ' leahed.
Sev'-riil pioposlllons for the dlspo
nil of the inoperly have already
been mlvaiKed. Jucl McVeigh may
lake all the nulinals ns well as the
liierry-go-ioiind and oilier fealutet
of amubeiiient, to thu Settlement. IIu
lr ut pieseut ascertnlulug how luiieh
I lie Inmates will want lo loutrlbutu
lor thu puipnsn. '
It has iiImi been, Httggesled that
l.iMslhly the placu, Vt'lllcll Is well-sit-puteil
for a public path, tr!lghl bu ta
ken as such by thu County or used as
thu McKliiloy Memqilal I'aik. A
(omhtiiatliiii of Ibiuoi' jiieu itiu nlso
figuring on taking over the prupurljr
for the purposu of liirnlug It from a
bear garden lulo iAirer garden, lo
bo (imducleil on Hie most up-to-datu
plan. Siiiiiii Japunesu biislucbS uie't
Ii ii vo also appioached the present
, owneis, It Is their plan to tibo the
pieuilneti ns a ttplcnl Japanese, re
tort, with lea gtildeus, theater, etc.
In casu thu animals should not bu
bought en tiiassu, limy may bu sob) at
unction, ns ImiulileH for tho putchiisu
of various speclniuiiH nio loiitltiually
being inaihi. '
DISMISSES AN 'Hill
The Attorney Clenerurs,depurlihenr,
has won Its casu In Ihu matter of .1, K. j
Fill lu, Tax Assessor of thu Fouitli
Taxation Division, s. thu Makeu Sugar
Company The c.ifu came befmu tint ,
Hupremu Com t last Monday on appeal
This morning Hie Court handed down
mi opinion dismissing Hie nppial, The
Tax Hen foieclosure appeal- In a
ttllt to fotecloso a tux Hen tiled on
December 1, In which the clirult Judgu
cm December IS hu filed a limtl (ul
I'll IIVVHUOH 0 tJ IIIVII n IIMISt M-
I though styled siipplementiil) deciee, nil
. lt1,al hy (efeii(lant filed on December
Ill f I om the Judgment of December II
should hi) dismissed.
r cine Job Printing at the Bul
letin rxflca, N
I inn i iMfhfifr nr nine laiarhiiaria
WILL VIDPIM r IDlLlu FKtPAKtll
1 inn it iiiuiiii nit nnur miirnr
fills HI rtrsBiiBsi km hiibji. Ifllltlf
LVir1 hi nHimuni v iiuim nuuno
THAT IS WHAT YOU
in your library! And we
have it for you. Make your
liabrary twice as good as it
is now by calling at W. C.
Lyon Co., and examining
their beautiful editions of
Goethe and Schiller:. We
have on hand the finest edi
tions published in English.
You know what that means.
Cash or installments.
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
Hotel Street, opposite Union.
Tha Weekly Edition of tha Ivenlna
Bulletin Gives a complata summary of
Iks hail, a akf tit A 4atk
th news nf tha day.
J 064 Fort St.
Open 7 a.m. tO 10 P.HI.
Propose Several Changes
The lloinu Rule leadeis have prac
tically Unbilled diaftlng all the bills
that will bu presented lo thu I.egls
latuiu thiough their representatives.
The Home llulu parly will bu lepre
tented at thu coming Legislature by
S. K. Million or O.iliu, II. iI.4vaiilho,
11. K. Kiihaua. J. N. Keoull und W. I'.
Nnlllma .lr of the County of lla.l
wall. All thu bills which luivii been i From this it Is evident that Mc
iIiiiwii b) Hie comiullteu will health- j Cunt less wants lo make a natlou.'i'l
mlttcd for their appioval ut nil uxec- nffulnout of the Uimil deal. If he can.
utlve meeting tomorrow morning.
Upon the in rival of thu Island met
bets they will he made iicitinluted
Wlli the bills. A number ot thu
hauling Homo Unlets are t'onslderlng
(he advisability or Introducing a hill
to the effect that thu Secretary of
lliu Terrllory he authorized to send
to every voter it wimple ballot before
thu genet al election Is held; that thu
Miteis on this Island bu furnished
with a sample ballot ut least live
dajs before thu election mid thu Mit
el ii on thu other Islands tun dajs h
fine election: and that thn inimical
p.uly le.tdeis bu pioblhlled from
printing (fitch cample ballots with a
Wcw of pii-siiiitliig them lo nml In-
llueiiclng n witer. Thu object of this
hill Is lo glvu uvery voter iiniplo tlmu!
mid opporliiiilty to see for himself
:t ml study thu'cbiiiiicter or thu iiirirlul
ballot that will bu given out at the
Tho Home, Itttlers are stiongly op
posed lo thu primary law, Thuy me
lit favor of' making it law piovldiug
lor Ihu iKHiium-u of u cetttllcaln of
leglritrallou lo every voter. This H
to avoid rrniidslhiit mlghl be commit
ted at Hie polls. Thu Homo Hula
candidates atu hetutlly In accord
Of the latest pattern and novelty
were received by us ex Alameda.
Remarkable and tasty colorlnfl ef-
'"! e.ha.ri,eterl" tha llne'
You'll fall to get the Eastern style
''7 neoleet ehooslno from this ex -
You are Invited to look at the goods.
We assure you satlofactlon In prlej,
J an" "'
W. W. Ahana & Co., Is
PHONE BLUE 274t, P. O. Box 981
&kih& " rt ri HtJagii irr jrJMmflm Vl ft a-tim litiMiTii? r
iGhinese Driver Flees;
Cannot Be Found
This morning ut about 0:30 a man,
rnthor over tnlddlu age, either n For
tiiKtiesu or a Imlf-Ilnwallan, was run
ovpr and killed by a runaway dray
on Nllllllllll street tienl tllrt Plilltili
toad. The dray belongs to 13. flY
WItmton nnd was driven by a Chlnii'
man mimed Ahoy. The driver wn
able lo regain enntiol ,of bla team
and "diove It us far ua the Winston
luii; ranch, whero Jiu left It and lied,
lie lum nol been fimtid since.
Thu news of the accident wnj
brought to' the police, station this
morning at r:4t by David Apahl. u
newsboy who was delivering moinlnrf
papers along Ntiuanu street and who
iaw the old man coming down thn
btreet while the dray was going nt a
gallop in thn other direction. Ho did
not fee tire accident occur but found
tuo old mini lying In the tnlddlu of
tlo street dying a few minutes Inter.
Apahl then hastened to thu poll"-)
slnl Ion, where he found I, lent. I.ifi
blwa about to go on duty. The lieu
tenant hurried to the scene In th
pattol uugon audVook thu wounded
man lo the hospital, Where be, died
without recovering cousclousiu-ss.
Them wen two big boles In tha
head of thu victim of the accident
when be wus found and tin exumlnn
Hon nt the morgue showed that the
tight leg was broken. Kltber of thu
two wounds, one of which was In thu
shin and the other In the hack of the
bead, would' have been sutllcleut to
bavii caused death,
I. lent, l.myhlwu hastened to find
the Clilnainan who had driven thu
dray but reached the ranch about' 2k
minutes too late to capture his man,
who had lied without telling any one
of the accident.
The Inquest will probably not hi
' ll.e Chinese driver lum hcn
m rested, as he will he needed to
' "lenr up tiny suspicious circumstance
1 which may bu found by the police.
Hie dale has not been set yet.
LINK SENDS CIRCULARS
(Continued from Page 1.)
completed in a day or two. They
will lie sent to all tho big cities In
i thu United Slntes San Francisco,!
I Now York. Chicago und so on.
now many win incro uoi wny .
I can say Just how many at present.)
At miy rale, there will bu enough to
1,0 uioiiud, m can bu sure nbout
I but. I
... . ... ..
iMi, i can i iuii you uxaciiy wiiai
the circular will contain. Thu only
(opy I had Is now In the printer's
bunds. l will glvu thu. full history
of the'l.unnl tratisacllou and nil thu
"Will It loulaln the letter which
Itooiuvult scut to tho (lovernur? Yen;
lertnluly; If it doesn't rnnfnln liny-
thing elsn. It will contain that
It Is morn than pi nimble that II la
his plan to work It somewhat on thu
Hues of the llellutny Slorer Incident,
In which the I'rcsldent severely scor
ed the Ambassador lo Austria, wlio
published parts of Roosevelt's cone
i.poiulence lo him, which was Intend
ed to be private. It Is thu opinion of
many that the I'rcsldent never In
tended thai his letter lo Curler In re
gard to Ihu l.anal malU'r should be
nuythliig but u merely private com
munication, and Unit the broadcast
publication thereof, after It wus orig
inally given vout by the (loveruor,
may cause Cutter considerable trou
ble ftoiu Washington.
The Weekly Edition of tne Evening
Bullft,n '" a eomploro, summary of
n nnwa of (tin its r For SKI a yew
with having -Holstelu of Kohahi mi
Bpeaker "and Bolomou Kulelopu as
Weiu It not for his lack of knowl
edge or thu Kngllsb Inrigtingn' H. K.
Muhou of Waiiihiu would liuvu been
their choice for thu Speakership. Ho
Is said lo lie more familiar with tho
llll.tt, .ifsilu. I uirluli.lt, .i
John Wise -Will receive the sup-
limit of the Home Uulers as either u
'cletk or an Interifreter ot the House.
They bad evidently wanted to lmut
I J M. I'oepon accept the position or
thu House Interpreter, but that gen
tleman lohl Ills rrlcnils that his hcir
' Ing was so bad Hint hn could not u-
I Celll till. IHIHltlOll. 1'OAIIOH IH IniUM
writing up n llawnllun book which,
t will bu a form of ill.timmrv. n,.l
HuyH wht. tonipleted It will bo an'
l authority on the Hawaiian .'lammac. !
i, .,!.... ..n .1 u., .., ,i... ....
',', ,nl)BllngB wnB formiM, d J
. . . ,,
be fur better tlm.il thu Hawullau dic
""" j"! IV"' by.A"'
dtews. The tuct that I'oepoo Is n
rccoirnlzed Ilnwnlbui sebnlne wimi.i
I , ,, , , . --!...,
make his hook more iutetesting to
tho reading' wprld, especially to ths
younger generation which. Is slowly
forgetting thu language of its moth
Don't neglect your cough. Stop It
at one and drive away all thought el
consumption. Uegln as early as pos-j
elblo the sooner tba better to take
the wott effective remedy for coughs
and colds of ersry kind and. lu atery
One of tbo molt annoy lag coughs
is a throat cough, wbsra you have
that eouitant tick
ling In your throat.
It comes on worse
at night, keeps you
awake, and makes
you have that
in the chest. Aycr's
quiets tho enugh,
easy, aud heals the
lungs. There Is no other mmdy so
surely to be relied on.
There are many substitutes aud
Imitations. Ilewaro of thorn aud of
so-called "Osuuluu Cheny I'ectora!.'!
Do sure you get AYKK'S Cherry
1'ut up in large and small bottles.
SfllPPlNf - INTELLIGENCE
Tuesday, February 12.
Stmr. I.lkellke, Naopala, from Mnhu
kon.t, Knwalhau and llnmnkuaimkti
ports, 1:30 p. in.
II. S. A. T. tAipin, Stlnri'tt, from BauA
Francisco, C:3u p. m.
Wednesday, February 13.
Stmr. Nllhau, Tow iiseud, from Kolo.i,
3:"S u. m.
Stmr. Mlltnhala, Gregory, from Kauai
ports, t,:3: a. lit.
Hibr. Mol Wnlilue, Muua, from Ho
liolpu, r. a. m,
Tueaduy, February 12.
Stmr. e Alt Hon, Hnths, tor Kauai
ports, & p. in,
Schr. Ada, lllutiahele; for Moloknl
und Maul porjs. 3 p. m.
Wednesday, February 13.
Klmr llelene, Nelson, for llamnkuu
ports, 111 it. m.
II. S. A. T. U)gau, Stluseii, for Duntu
und Manila. 11 a. in.
Sluir. Mlkahala, tlregory, for Kauul
poi is, r, ii. in.
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MANy NW 0FFICERS
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llcer llarnlson. It was stated that
Ihu first two named were to he in
Inlned In their ojeseut positions and
that llarnluon was to be given thu
imikepf Second 0 Ulcer. Among the
other oHlceru of thu ltestorer are Cap
tain llusll Combes, I'ursers Wright
mid ltolib, mid First Assistant Kngt
Fioni I lie Information received by
Manager Calues It appears that Flr&t
(jlllcer llarnlson has already left thw
calilu ship, which Is now In' Ksqul
malt being cleaned and repaired after
u long tour of duty. Ilarnistm's bro
ther, a member of thu shipping firm
of Jlarulsou-lllbliard & Co. of San
1'ianclsco, passed through here yes
terday on the Korea, but had heard
nothing In regard to his' brother'
leaving tho ltestorer. Uarnlson was
I crimps thu best known of the He
tdorer ofllcors locally, as lie had been
here a number of times before his
duty on 'the cubit, ship, llefonr tak
ing that position hu was tlrst officer
r.u thu big Hill liner Dakota on tho
first trip shu made in thu Orient. He
was also captain 'of thu transport
Warren cluilug the Spanish war and
Ihu troubles In the Philippines. He
Is a member ot the I'aclllc, Club of
The Supreme Court this mornins
handed down u willleu decision In the
mutter of the bill or exceptions brought
by the defendant In thu suit or High
Sheilrf Henry against ex-Sheriff A. M.
Hiiiwn, conllrmlug thu oral opinion
given by Chief Justice Frear ut the
time the matter v.as argued before the
Supreme Cinirt some days ago. The
exceptions urn overruled,
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