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KVKNINO IIIII.I.KTIN. HONOLULU, T, II. MONDAY. IT.11. 18, )80J.
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m MASONIC TEMPLE
il WEEKLY CALENDAR
j Lcalii Chapter No. 2 Regular
1 -Ml UMM
Honolulu Chapter Regular
J 5 p. m.
All rlaltlng members o( the
, order are cordially Invited to it.
tend meetings of local Iodic.
rlARMONV LODGE, No. t, I. O. O. F.
Meeti every Monday evening at 7:10
In I O. O P. HMI. Port street
K. n. III:ndhY, Secretary.
C. A. SIMPSON, N. O.
AD visiting bro'heri ery cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
f:30 o'clock In K. o( V. Hall, Kinr
street. Visiting brother cordlalljr In
Tlted to attend.
A. S. WEnDEIl, C. C.
P. WALDHON, K. n. S.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. f P.
Meet a ever; Friday evening at
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
beri of Mystic Lod je, No. 2 Wm.' Me
Klnley Lodge, No, 8, and visiting
brothers cordially Invited.
H. GOSLING, C. C.
A. S. KUNWAY. K. IL S.
HONOLULU LODGE 611, B. I. O. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CIO, II. P. O. E
ill meet In their hall on King near
IX)rt street every Friday evening.
By order of tbo U. IL
1IAIIUY H. SIMPSON,
II. E. MURRAY, n.n.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. t, K.f P.
Meet every Saturday evening at
f::o o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King
r.iML Visiting brothers cordially In-rlt-
L. II. WOLF, C. C.
E. A. JACOnSON, K. IL S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. Z.
Meets on the 2nd and 1th WEDNUB
)AY evenings ot each month at 7:20
clock In K. o( P. Hall, King stret,
.Visiting Eagle are Invited tr at'
BAM McKEAOOE. W.P.
; H. T. MOOnE. W. Ssty.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, 1. O. R. M.
' Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month in I. O. O. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited tr
E. V. TODD. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY. C. ol It
DAMIEN COUNCIL Uo. 663, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San Antonio
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
F. V. WEED, Pres.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
Don't start tha 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
42T QUEEN ST. TEL- MAIN 47.
P. O DOX 193.
C. W. ZEIGLER. Manager
manufactured from pure distilled wi
tor. Delivered to any part cf city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Blue 3151.
Phone MAIN J47
King and Bethel Sts.
graphite paint made
A kind of paint which
lasts 15 years or long
er, the handsomest
paint for all exposed
metal or wood surfaces.
177 S. KINO ST.
of the Century Camera is
the revolving back. To our
full stock of Prcmos, which
we have carried for many
years, we have added the
superb Century. This ca
mera is adapted both for
plates and films. An exam
ination will repay anyone
the least interested in cameras.-
" Everything Photographic "
See Our Fine Quality
1120 Nuuanu Street, near Hotel.
W.W. Wright Co.
have opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class shoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner. :: :: :: ::
Nuuanu betw. Hotel and King Sts,
LOCAL AM) tiENLRAL
Wlint's the use of telling the
neighbors what you nccdl Try
a Bulletin Want Ad., wliich will
TdtljhoH. liver), ntuoft Stkd. JltuM.
J II. Colli') I'll a come Id tuftll frillil
Tonight at 7:30, V. M. C. A mtiiiliilly
Coin i u ior J. 11. Wilson came in
Mnkfc liugar Co. Mnnager 1'iilrihlld
Is In the ell.
Sum ruikfi, Jr.. vb 111 return lo Ha
Uest cup oi i.oiTtc Hi Itix . U) Ni v
I'uur cues of tuberculosis arc re
ported In tho 'li.
C. II. JcnLing. .-amu In from Kauai
jcstcrd.iy on the liai'.
Finest bread, pies nnd cukes al Al
cxutuler wuug Cufc. l-nntliy mule u
Helled. A neat dinner patty was ghen al
the Muau.-i mjit nlgnl b mi. .
Regular meeting of Hnrmoiiy Lodge
No. 3, I. U. O. K., tills evenlu at i.u
A salute of three guns was fired from
the Kltiuu this iiiornlag ns sne cami
in wllh her cargo of Kilts
Thciu will be a niiislcnic tendered b)
member of Mr. Weaineircd s purl)
on their letiirn from me oicano.
The KIKh left Wnlluliii ut MID last
night and boarded thu Kln.iu lit 10
o'clock. They h.iil n line pasmge don n
HoldcrH of meal tickets al the Occl'
dental dining room wctc told )c.li'r-
flay, "Ticket no guod; other man run
This week we have u beautiful win
dow display of Welsh a grape Juice.
Come down and tr) a bottle. J. M.
Levy & Co.
Mrs. Wciithcrred'a party are enjoy
ing Ihcmvclvcs to tho full extent. I lie)
will ixciipy a tallyhu during the I'u
lade on I'rlilay.
A number of property owners have
petitioned thu Hoard of Super fours lo
tcpulr the sidewalk at Ala Moaiu and
Dividend No. 110 is due anil pnjnbM
the stockholders of Kwn I'lantntloii
Co. on rebruiiry 28, at ollltu of the
agents, CiiHtle & Cooke, Ltd,
Mr. I'rlmo will give n lecture on
"What Tlicosojihy 1 ouches" this even
ing, at S o'clock, at room 02 Alexander
Vouiig building. All are Invited.
The opening of the proponed road
from Willie itreet to the Alewu homc-
hteads has called forth u claim for
(1000 damages from S. M. Ilaltoii.
Chief Clerk Cunkllng mid assistant
were busy Saturday making room In
tho Secretary's olllco for desks mid
chairs for the Senate.
Henry Vlorra, who will Icavo for the
Coast by the next Alameda, will be
given a complimentary beucllt at the
urplicum next Saturday nlgut.
Sunday morning tho Huv. 12. W.
Thwlug sjxiko nt thu Kauniuknplll
church. Ills discourse wan (onllued
to the sufferings from starvation in
Dr. Johnston presided over u special
meeting nt the Central Union jester
day. 'Ihe meeting was for the special
attendance of public and Sunday
I" K .Unions has petitioned tho
Court of I.iud Registration for u title
lo tho Harllctt jiruperty on llcretanla
avenue, valued at i500 uud secured
Secretary Wood Is preparing n full
page display on Hawaii which tho
rcniiby vunla Hallmad Company lias
kindly ottered to ltiberl In their 1907
book ot excursions.
Low prices at the New Englaud Ilak-
There will bo a fieo lecture gUcn
on Kllaiica volcano at thu Hawaiian
Hotel tonight nt 8 o'clock by the Hov.
Thwlng. Stereoptlcon views will II
lustratn thu lecture.
An nlarm from box 52 called out the
fire department last night. Tho po
IJce and firemen huvu been expecting
a blazo during tnu past ween, iiic
nlarm turned out to bo false, however.
Dr. McLennan has roturnod and ru
turned practlco nt Dr. McGrow cot
tage, corner Richards and llcretanla
ttrects (Royal Hawaiian Hotel block).
Phono Main 229.
The regular quarterly meeting of tho
Dar Association of tho Hawaiian Is
lands will bo held on Wednesday, Feb
ruary 27, ut i o'clock, nt tho now Re
publican headquarters, 82 Merchant
The ifow wnll map Issued by tho
Santa Fo railroad system Is thorough
ly up to date. This Territory Is treat
ed correctly and liberally on tho new
may regarding towns, volcanoes nnd
Inter-Island routes with distances.
Mrs. II. K. Westervelt nnd child, J.
M, Vivas, John Cntnpsle, William
Campsle, U, D. Cainpslu, J, U Fleni
mlng, i:. It. Adams, arrived this morn
lug from Knliulul, taking advantage, ot
tho Klnaii special trip for tho Klks.
Tho trip of tho Klks back on tho
Kluau wub very iiiucli dlrtctcnt from
tho tilp upon tho Claiidlno. Kveryono
was tiled out nnd asleep a few minutes
after getting on board and being placed
In their rooms by Admiral Deckley.
Purser Hockley of tho Klnau report
ed tho Amerlcan-llawnllau steamship
Nevada n loading nt Knliulul. Ho also
reports u ftill-rlggi'd ship lying uutsldb
the breakwater ut tho namo poit, ev
idently Willi cither coal or nltinto on
Saturday afternoon was spent hy
several of our public school teachers,
Hiding to, and icnrraiigliig tha dis
play of bchool work now on exhibition
ut tho Promotion Committee rooms.
Tho display the now Is worthy of a
trip to see.
Kaidolaiil Park presented a very
pretty bceno jestcrday. Tho day was
perfect nnd tho music was tho same
1'coplo thionged tho driveways In car
rlages, automobiles and on foot. Tho
Blnglng was superb and called forth
Tho Inmates ot Oahu prison llbtcncd
with nil attention to a dlscourBo by
tho Rev Dr. Johnston yesterday after
noon. High Sheriff Henry very kind
ly changed tho usual hour of service
from 11 a. m. to 3 p. in, to glvo all a
ihanco to hear tho noted preacher.
V-ns nlu-nvs been one of our chief
n'ms. Lowering the nrirc by lower
fn? the quality, nnd substituting", is
not our nollcv. The cut in quality is
filwnvs greater tlinn the cut in price,
and the spectacle wenrer is the loser.
There's mental satisfaction for you
in high quality of our goods.
BOSTON BUILDING. F0BT STREET
Over May & Co.
Fine Havaiian Curios
and my own manufacture of HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR JEWELRY
including a line of SPOONS distinctly H. C. (High Class).
is stamped on each piece and is guarantee of the
Best Values Latest Ideas
Discriminating buyers rtcognizc the superiority of my
I DO THE BEST JEWELRY WORK IN TOWN and am tc
pared to do your WATCH REPAIRING and ENGRAVING.
"Man wants but little here below,"
So Pott Goldsmith used to y
But that waa many years o(jo,
And man, he wants a lot today
A lot of things, a house and lot
And woman also wants somo stuff
To put within the houio she's got)
She never seems to have enough.
The Moral. If you want to tell
A little WANT AD. might be well.
Special lo the. Uulltllii
I-ahnlmi, Feu. 14. Tuknyamn yester
day received n sentence of threo
months In Jail In Judgo Record's com t
for gross client.
Tho Oriental had a schcino that ho
thought would beat tho "soven Sun
days In a month" of Inst year fume.
Rut hu had not counted (in Time
keeper X.cdnttz's porsplcaclty. Tho
Jap was n laboicr on tho plantntlou
hero nnd because ho kept more, than
tho usual nmuimt of holidays ho tried
to raise his tlmo check, to nmko n full
month. Tho tlmo check Is n paper Blip
on which tho tlmo keeper nt tho cud of
The Remedy for Smokers of Poor
Cigars Is the
Why? Because It Is the finest type
of a cigar. It Is a make of exceptional
merit; of most pleasing aroma and
devoid of rankness.
Try the DOCTOR and you will get
a cigar of high quality for 5c.
COR. HOTEL AND FORT BTREET8
rijya,WAiir-a'JAi,tto,,JJy.l-Mh' .iA h-jiihaalaytAt eftii.1' i w, ir, rf- 'gim'-ftr-tm aiaiti
NO KIND OF PLEASURE
n becoming friends with the master
minds of the past. The way to do
this is to have their works right in
your library. Few writers caual and
none surpass Goethe and Schiller in
deepness of fcjling and beauty of
thounht. Ate not those the kind of
companions you desire I Come and
examine our half motocco large quar
to editions of Ocethe in Ave nnd
Schiller in four volumes, extensively
Hlt'strated. The editions arc pub
lished bv Geo. Barrie & Sons, the fa
mous Philadelphia house, nnd the
price is $10 per volume monthly
Wm, C, Lyon 0 1 td,
HOTEL STREET opp. UNION.
m Weeklv Edition of tn Evening
Bulletin (,.ve complete lummirj o'
1064 Fort St.
Opao 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
the month writes tho total of days
This Jap worked seventeen days last
month. When ho received Ills check
lth 17 on it he erased tho 1 and
mndo It 27 days.
Ho was afraid to present tho check
for his pay, hut beguiled a fellow lab
orer Into presenting it. They were
both arrested but tho unknowing nc
compliro wns released when tho facts
. M'CUBBIN'S GOOD ESCAPE
(Spectnl to Tho llullctlu)
I-nhalno, Maul, Feb. 1 1. H. Mc
Cubbtn, dny onglncor In tho Pioneer
Mill, had a narrow cscnpo today fiom
a serious accident. A bolt from the
rim of a Ilywhcol How out nnd after
striking nn iron mil glanced nnd hit
McCubbln. Tho speed nt tho holt
was like tluit of a bullet until it
struck tho rail. This lessened Its
force, or It might hnvo killed tho
engineer. It Btruck him Just above
tho left oyo and cut n nasty gash. Ills
oyo boon blackened. Two stitches
were taken In tho wound.
DEATH OF MRS. AKE0
I-nhnlnn, Maul, Kcb. II, Mrs. Ul
la Akeo, nged 48 years, nnd her new
ly born child, died hero on tho 7th
Mrs. Akeo wns tho mother of eight
een children. Thoy aro all living,
Bho was tho motlior-ln-liiw of Sam
ALASKAN HAS SAILED
Tho steamship Alaskan of tho
Amorlcan-Hawnllnn lino loft Tuget
Sound today for Honolulu. Sho will
arrive in about ten days.
G. W. Macfarlanc,
Opened a Oarage
at the Washington Light headquar
ters on Merchant street.
He is prepared to do nil kinds of
AUTOMOBILE REPAIR WORK and
tare for machines by the month.
IN TUB UNITriO STATUS IHSTUICT
court roit tim: district ov
TIIK Ti:il!lirOKY OF HAWAII.
IN TIIK MATTIJit OP HUSKY VI
KFUtA, ii JUnkriipt, In I lank
ruptcy. IIANKKUI'T'S PUTITIOS TOK
To tho Honornhle Sanfurd II. Dole,
Judge of the District Court of tin
United Stales for tho District of
the Territory of Hawaii:
Henry Vlorrn of Honolulu, In the
Jaunty of O.ihu, nnd Territory of lla
wull, in said District, respectfully
lepretentH that on tho 1 Ith day of
June Inst past, he was duly adjudged
bankrupt uniler the nets of Congress
relating- to bankruptcy; tlint ho has
dill) surrendered nil his property and
rights of property, uud has fully com
plied with nil the requirements of
iuld acts and of the orders of the
court touching his bankruptcy.
Whcrcforo he prays that ho may
be decreed hy tho court to have a full
lUchnrgu from nil debts proveahl
against his estate under said bank
rupt nets, except such debts ns aro
excepted hy law from such discharge.
Dated this 18th day of Kchruury,
A. D. ISO".
ORDKR OP SOTICU.
United Slates of America, District of
tho Territory of Hawaii, nn:
On the IStli day or February, A.
II. 1907, on reading the foregoing pe
tltlon, It is ORDURUD by tho Court
that a hearing bo had upon the samo
on the Jth day of .March, A. D. 1907,
before said Court nt 10 o'clock In tho
forenoon; nnd that notlco thereof ho
published In the Kvenlng Rullctln, n
newspaper printed In said district,
nnd thlit all known creditors nnd
other persons In Interest niny appear
nt tho said tlmo nnd pluco nnd show
cnuse, If any they have, why tho
prayer of Bald petitioner should not
And It Is further ordered by the
Court, that thu clerk shall Bend by
mall to nil known creditors copies of
said petition nnd Hits order, nddress
ed to them ut their places ot rest
denco ns stated,
WUnen.1 the Honorable, San ford 11.
Dole, Judgo of tho snld Court, and
the seal thereof at Honolulu in said
District, on the IStli day of Febru
ary, A. D., 1907.
FRANCIS U. HATCH,
A true copy. Attest:
FRANCIS I.. HATCH, Clerk.
GOV. CARTER TALKS
(Continued from Page 1)
never mnko Americans of tho Chi
nese nnd Japanese; hut I do not
ngreo with them, How can you ex
pect to mnko good AmcricaiiB of pco
plo whom )ou never glvo nn oppor
tunity of trying the experiment?
"I nm not afraid of tho American
laws, customs or rule hcie, and bo
llovo that wo uro and shall always
ctay American. I feel that there nro
tomo things which tho President has
kept back from tho public, and that
tho cntlro situation Is not known. Wo
ore very much In tho dark here as
regards tho situation at present, and
until wo hnvo more light thero is not
much to ho Bald on tho subject."
The fact that Hawaii was most
vitally interested in tho solution of
tho Jnpnneso question nnd that tho
peoplo hero might like a chance to
express their views, nt least, before
tho mntter was finally settled In
Washington wns suggested and the
Governor was asked if ho had sent
nny cablo dispatches to Washington
to ask for Information. Ho replied
that ho had not and In response, to
further questioning thnt ho wns un
certain whether ho would.
.- lb m.
The Weekly Edition of tno Evening
flulletln give? a comptcto summary of
fhn nftwa of tha Alt For K1 a year
Of the latest pattern and novelty
v.ero received by us ex Alameda.
Remarkable and tasty coloring ef
fects characterize the line.
You'll fall to get the Eastern ttyle
If you neglect choosing from this ex
You are Invited to look at the goods.
We assure you satisfaction In price
W. W. Aiiana & Co.,
62 King 8L
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O. Box 981
Riindny, February 17,
8tnir. V. 0, Hall, S. Thompson, from
Kntinl Kirls, 3;4S n. tit.
Hlmr lwiitanl. fill, fioni Moloknl,
.Maul and Ijinal ports, R n. m.
Stinr. .Maul, llciineit, from Knwnl-
hue, C: 30 a. in.
Alll. Ilk. I!linr,l Mm, f..H . ..
. ; "f uifti-iip.iii,
fnim Pan I rnncldro, 12 m.
Alii. iK. H. c. Allen, WlUcr, from
Uurekn, 2:13 p. in,
Ilr. Ilk. Illeintimnv. Ilf,tritln r.....
Olasgiiw, C p. III.
Monday, Uebrnary 18.
Stmr. Klnau, Krceiiiim, fnim Knhi'
till, Klks.' excursion, C:20 n. m. '
Siinduy, I'ebruary 17.
Stmr. Klnau, Kreeniaii, fur Kahuli'
f n. in,
Stmr. Nocnti, I'ederson, for Mnul mid
llnmakiia j.iiiU, with explosives, f
Stmr, Kc An Hon, Tiillclt, for KnuJ'
ports, C p. m.
u- PA89ENGEFIR V
K Arrived y,
I'er Stmr. Klnau, from Knliulul, Feh
18. F. K. Thompson, O. A. Angus, II
A. Wilder, 11. C. Kuston, O, W. KIiir.
C. F. Murray, V Hind, A Cockctt, 11
U. Hall. 1'. U. Rlchard-on, Jninx-f
Dougherty, U. U. Ilnrtmaiiii, F. Il'
icre, II. T. Monte, It. C. L decker. V
K Ucllbron, Jack I.ucns, W. F. Hoi,
broil, Jr., A. 11. Rtiwnt, 1. 1. Simpson
. II. McLennan, U. J. Lord, S. D
Freest, W. G. Smith. J. I Hornor.
Thomas O'llrlen. C. T. Urante, R. P
Davie, II. U. .Murray, H, I'. Roth, C. r
McCarthy, Ouy IJvlngslon, A. (lartlo
M. II. Drumiuond, M 11., Webb, Saf
Johnson. J. II. Htiwlnml. i i. n,,vi..
J. W. Dojle, O. A. Martin, II. 1). Cotir-
.'", r. j. .MCMlugllllll, IZ. C. Mesliin.
H. V. Oiilmi. i:. l rviirioi, i i
Camjisle, W. Cnmpsle. John Cnnipslo.
J. .l. VIVBS. .Mrs. II. K. M'nipfinll. .1. i
l'lcmmliig. i:. R. Adams, T. K. Watt
Dr. V. Schoenliig, N. II. Young, I X
Whltchoiif,e, II. C. Carter, W, Uitigh'
II. Armltace. I.tilher i:vnnu n,.n i,,.
John I'anliihl, Harry Clark, John Pet
erson, Kdrlan Koho, J. .McCandless.
lorn i;vnns, I). Illcr.
I'er stmr. M. n. llnll vi, 1? rrr,...
Kauai ports. ilr. Aiidprm-iM. i it
Coney, .Mrs. Coney. J. D. White, Mr.
lll-OCK. E. A. Moll.Kmllli Mr l,.ru.
berg, J, II. Wilson, niuix. Ill Miu
Hryunt, .Mr. Hair. .Mrs. Cannon. .Mrs
II. Isenberir. It. I.. U'lln.v I u- onu.
dull, Jlrs. tiandall, l.cls Almoy, I).
. Austin. J. N. Wiioil. i'. ii. .ii.ii.
nlngs, a. II. Fnlrchild
31 X a X X X K V M JC X )f X X X X X X
M PASSENGERS X
X Booked tt
X X X X K X X ;, X K X X X X K )t X
Per P. JI. S. S. Mongolia, from Ho
nolulu for Sau FninclBco, Feb. 18.
Misses Pounts, II. P. Moore nnd wife,
Mr. nnd .Mrs. T. II. Fleming, Mr. uud
.Mm. Kenjon, I). S. Johnston. Rev. II.
A. Johnston, ulfi, ntul flnnfrhii,,. i-u
Maggie Harrington, John Tavarcs, V.
A. Wrny and wife. Miss Kiln Mclnor
ny, Mrs. C. Tew, Jumes JIcDearmld,
KM ward Knsh and xlfn n a si nini..
nnd wife, J. F. Morgan, It. P. Davis. D.
A. Wlghton, O. J. Grunz, Carl Grniu,
II. H. HeBlcr, U. Ruckdlschal, Mrs. S.
Tuck, J. E. Spltzer. J. H. Wood, John
Dllggail. G. W. Fischer, niinrlm llnv.
den, LoiiIj A. Pier, wife and boii. Jlrs.
John Umnielutli, a. Wnyno mid
wife, Mr. Smith, Mrs. p. 1). South
muyil, .Mis. J. Stnnsbury, It. F.
Miirkhnm, wife and child, Joseph Gal
brny nnd wife, K. Knight and wife, V.
I Tenncy, C. U Denny, wlfo and son,
Mrs. Sam Johnson, MIbs Trevolynn, J.
S. Clarke, John Una and friend, J. II.
I-ove, Mrs. Fanny Ive, W. I). Marvin,
wlfo nnd daughter, Charles II. Zleglcr,
MIbs Clnrlco Una, MIbs Agnes Mnloney,
Max Hcrzog, John Clark, Henry Car
ter. Per T. K. K. S. S. America Maru.
from Honolulu for tha Orient, Febru
ary 20. A. K. Ozuwa, wlfo and child,
W. C. Wnll, I O. C. Miller, R. II. S.
Cresswell and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Pa
ton, Miss Williams, Mr, and Mrs.
Soule, S. von Hoof.
BARK EDWARD MAY
The hark Udward May came In and
docked at the Fort street slip yester
day. Cnntnfll Jnrtrfincntl enva I. la Ilia
slowest trip ho has over made between
Ci 1.- .....I .. v .
pan j'luucisi'u mm uonoiuiu.
l'llltf pan ilnva nf iia.r.Al ... ...!
. ... ...... UH B U. JHIlftl vullll U1IU
smooth sea In which time tho bark
moved iorwnru less man 400 miles,
was one of tho pleasant features of tho
The Udward May has among her
cargo 400 cases of blasting powder, 400
cases of ghuit powder and fifteen cases
of fulminate, caps, consequently tho led
(lag (lies at her masthead.
Tho Ilrltlsh bark Inveramsay, Cnpt.
Dnlrjmplo, 172 das out from Glasgow,
docKod at tho Irmgard wharf last night
at 7 o'clock.
Tho Invcriimsay put In elx weeks
f i om CO to CO experiencing very heavy
wutither rounding tho Horn. Other
wise tho trip wns uiioventful.
At ono time during tho voyage, n
collection of Icebergs, numbering near
ly fifty, wero sighted.
Tho largest part of her cargo Is gen
eral merchandise for Honolulu.
ttj a i
BARK ALLEN BRINGS LUMBER
Tho baric S. C. Allen, Captain Wilder,
camo Jogging In yesterday, nftcr put
ting In twenty-eight dnys between
Uurcka and Honolulu. She experienced
about tho samo class ot weather ns
tho Kdword May. Light winds nnd
largo rolling seas.
Tho Allen has 030,000 feet ot lum
ber. Sho will return to Kureka for
more, ns soon as hor cargo Is discharged;