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i:viiNtNn mu.r.TiM, Honolulu
T tt Tl MDAY. MARCH 1, ttuW.
V-'-V'T-' r-i-fn-u rJ-ri:tif-r-iat '
TUT ALAMEDA TRIP
; BIG STEAMERS FOR
WC AHE HEADQUARTERS FOR
Worms B(em lu cause .(ieii,ers (o
In ink forth Into poelr, lis mi illtf r
flit nflcr ion rftenwi Tin fotlowit.it
reiuilcd fiom the Alatnedns lint tiln U Irwin f- Co , Jgri.i
lip mill In published I)) renuist: ' steamsnlp line, li tin
HONOLULU RUN IF
FREIGHT IS GIVEN ;
DEDICATED TO THE 217.
DY MAMMY D. COUZEN8.
PINEAPPLE SIl.KS In All colors
CHINESE GRASS LINEN, by the piece or yard;
In whlto and blue.
EMBROIDERED ORASS LINEN CENTERS, SQUARES,
HUNNERS, TABLE COVER3, with napkins to match.
JAPANESE HAND DRAWN LINEN,
HAND-EMBROIDERED SHIRTWAIST PATTERNS,
HAND-DRAWN SILK 3HIRTWAIST PATTERNS,
JAPANESE SILKS, In all colore.
Wo luivi" never lii'foiv sulimittcil no fine u
(lil'lin Trillin critical in-i)cciioii of the lanlii
of, tliis (.'i(.v; since lust wt'tk, u liuve tulileil
ni.iu.v Xrw .Models, liesiiles
Gage's Pattern Hats
Wu will fcaliiic n now lot of iK.rinlIy triimiiuil
from our own work-room, nt SnOeiiil Low Vritw.
Tlioy incliuli- the Iatc-t ideas from tlio II Wi
nery Center-'. Wo li.tvu ii collection of distinct
ly different style, which will juVn'o you in
ft vlo us well nt in price; llioro arc NO TWO
HATS A LUCK. t'oino uml see tliu new stylos
Mini colors." You mo wcle-oinolo LOOK AND
TliV THEM OX.
N. S. SOS DRY SOODS GO., LTD,
TO AMEND SECTION 122 OF THE REVISED LAWS OF HAWAII.
Be It Enacted hy the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
- SECTION 1. That Section 122 of the Revised Laws of Hawaii Is here
by amended so as to read as follows:
"Section 122. Eight hours of actual service on any working day, ex
cept on Saturday, on which day only flvo hours of actual service shall con
stitute a day's labor for all mechanics, laborers, clerks and other employees
employed upon any public work or In any public office of this Territory,
or any political sub-dlvlslon thereof, whether the work Is done by contract
SECTION 2. This Act shall take effect from the date of Its approval.
Wo hereby certify that the foregoing Bill, after reconsideration on the
veto of the Governor, was, upon a vote taken by ayes and noes, approved
by a two third's voto of all of the elective members of the House of Repre
tcntatlvcs of the Territory of Hawaii, this 15th day of March, A. D. 1807.
H. L. HOLSTEIN, Speaker.
JNO. H. WISE, clerk.
We hereby certify that the foregoing Dill, after reconsideration on the
veto of the Governor, was, upon a vote takenby ayes and noes, approved
by n two-third's vote of all of the elective members of the Senate of the Ter
ritory or Hawaii, this 15th day of March, A. D. 1907.
E. F. BISHOP,
President of the Senate.
Clerk of the Senate.
ij LijuL-.m ' ' - ' iu ii. -li i,i. j " '(, "ji .ii' '. tmmdx r
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
"8. 8. ALAMI.DA"
At Sen, Murcli fitli, 1907.
Wo hau gathered here together, front
ninny foreign Iniuls,
Companionship In Mil do Mcr, united
lic.irU mill hands,
Ami its tlio llnibor opens mul Heaven,
Aiouml tlio festive) lionnl we moot tu
lucatlio a kind kcmxIIij e.
Tlio Isle wo left behind us sank In h
Wei left tlio IoIiik bleissom, tlio mur
mur of tlio bee.
Boon will tlio ojos bo glaildohcd with
tho headlands IiIkIi nml bold,
Of ilenr old California, tlio laud of
low mul gold.
Wo lmo seen tho old Pacific lashed
with stoim mul Btrlfe.
Touching ua a wondtoiis lesson of tlio
iim and downs of llfo;
And tlio rolling ami tlio pitching lias
brought a generous balm,
Willi tlio silver lining, to (ho cloud,
after tho storm n calm.
A lesson as old nn Ararat, a innxlm
for all years,
Never euro1 when fortimo frowns, but
banish Idlo fears;
Kind I'rovlilcnco Is keeping case, lias
a cuio for every 111,
Draco up and trust lu Mini who s.ioko
those Brand words: "I'eacoj bo
Wo'io lind tlio slip 'twlxt deck mul
Up, bad bildgo and I'erkcr-plnj'-
Al.is! wo'vo not 111 shadows dark had
lasses coyly strajlng;
Rut wo'vo pild our debts to Neptune,
and now, yllh. corsets stuck,
Wo nro sitting long nt table, to got
our trip's cost bnclc.
K the sea lias acted badly and shlp'B
cut monkcj'-shlifos, ,
Tho couttesy of nil tlio crow Is stamp
ed on all our minds,
1'rom the captain to tho cook-boy,
from oiler to 1st mate.
To iieo a saw from Paddy's land,
"They're a lot that's linrd to
To the purser and tho doctor, 1st mnto
Chief steward nml tho 2nd, and tlio
man who sells tho beer,
Tthcad cook and to pantryman, to
tho chaps who niako tho beds,
Long llfo ami all prosperity and bles
sings on tlielr heads.
And to our luavo conimnndcr, our
cnptnln, kind and true.
With his grnco mi bold mid his heart
of gold, who has steered us oe'r
May tho dainty llttlo cherub who
watches o'er Jack's llfo,
Ilruig lilm safo and hound from overy
oiigo luck to his charming
And when life's oj-ngo Is in or mid
tho cnll conies low and soft,
May his spirit Join tlio cliciuli s, on
tho cwu-tices up aloft.
fA. W. MASTHUS.)
withdrawal of the sii.uiik.ilps Hotioiua
Siena mill Ventura ir.nn the Aumai
tau run will bo perniHiiinit A subsld
inlgllt restore the line lie seems quite
'.lopefiil, however, ihst oiip or porluipi,
two of these ships will U put on the
loon I run between this city mid Kali
l'latichco If the pmplr of Honolulu
nlll give the suppoit In freight which
Is neeenr to tilt smrcM of a forl
lu speaking of the matter this morn
ing Mr. (lirtard raid that an llicrenne of
tlio ships available for the local nil's
had been under runsldernlfuu lor
some time. There is reason to liclluvc
It will pay If piopeih supported.
Juit what will ho ilono Is lui)osllilc
:o fh at this time. Mr. Olrfnrd seemed
of tho opinion that one of the tluee
largo ships mlfiht he put on very boon
with the Alameda ami dually when all
Improvements mo made two large
chips put on.
"We can't run steamers for plillau
Ihropy," s.ild Mr. Glftaril ' Mllllono of
dollars have been spent In trjliig to
mate tho Australian line pj and the
millions nro lost. 1 haw no doubt If
the Oec.iiilo gets the fndulit It will put
on the steamers."
f.r the Uccmilr i Honolulu.
erinln ihst HioJTIieie n't ny plnco to go,
Tilesdny (tomorrow l tho guests of
the city wilt foregather on tho lawn
of the Peacocks, while Keppelmcisler
llerger rets tho echoes ringing from
every invlne on l.ealil. Tlio thunder
of tlio bans drum will lemlud our old
ist Inhabitants of the now p.iiEod away
Kleveuth of June races Kumeliainclia
da. Tho inunlln that flutters lu the
gentle bieeze tliu automobiles the
pa-u riders If any fclmw up ought to
nml.0 it knlclilloscople dream. Tho
doubt about pa-u riders is due to tlio
fact that only those ouiilnx both
horses and jia-m uro eligible there Is
no hired loiitlugeut. If ou see u pa-u
rdlcr It Is understood to be a real.
old-ttvle, come of our own nu-ord
1'rom 4 to G the band will play, fo
cumo carl) and stay till sunset.
Vou'to seen the Pall, In a rlx;
You lmo cnten 1I nmt pig,
And tho root's not wortti n fig;
(Icntle rlrangeis, jou nro new
"Mnllhlnlt" wo call jou
Though sou tlilnl: tlio town Is "Jay",
That's just because jou feel that
l'or there's action night mid day
If ou're pining to bo good
Just say nothing and saw wood,
Hut If for fun you nro u plncr
Just ask soino Katniialiia
Or u hiothcr Kile or Hhrlncr,
When painting up tho town
llo suro im don't fall down
You mav think tlio paint Is red,
Hut v.o'vo often heard It snld
Thnt'tho pigment's blue Instead,
If licjnnd tlio limit jou should go
And jott find tho fluids run low
When cterj thing li slack.
You can't even pay tho hack,
It's a mighty long walk hack,
II. 1). C.
w 1sigB2!..,f)Jt l I B
Pur I SlKi. X
cilil "yftmmmmiiJrr' m
In our liixpltnli, Jierfinmeil i
MOimii, l'oom jieceMsrv lw, i
of neglect of sued svniptonn
llacltaihe Irrrcfularliles, I)lp.i
mcnl Pain In tlio hide, Hrsi'f
Senmltloiis, I)lictucs4 and Klccpl
Second, that t.vilin II. PlnUlm
Vrritublo CoiiMMiind. made fi
entire rooU mm lierl, 1ms cured
more eases or femnie ills tnnn nny
oilier ono tnedlelnn knyn n. 11 recf-
u1ste, strciiglhens and rrfclon-n women lieslih nml it innhiniin In
preparing women for child-birth nud diirinit Hn- iwriu.l of iiungo
Third, the prent volnmo of unollelled and (rrntofiil tt m..nlnls on
file at the Plnkliam I,nliornlnrv nt l.ynti Msh- mint of wliirh on from
time to tlmo lelng iu1j1Is1ipiI bv spoeisl iiennlmoti iuve nbvilute rvl
deneo of the vnluo of I,ydl H. Plnlchmn s Vegetable roinHund nml Mrs,
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegelable Compound
Tor more than 30 j-enrs lins lieen curing remain Complaint, such as
Dragging Srtmnllnns. Weak Rack Palllnc.' mid Displacements. In
flammation and Ulceration, nml Orifuulc lllseaics, nnd It dissolves
ami expels Tumors at an carl; st-igc.
Airs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffering from any form of femn'c weakness nro Incited to
wrlto.Mrs, Plnldinm, Lynn Mnss forndvlcr SheUthoMni Pliiklianittho
lins been ndvlilng slclt women free of elinrpo 'or more tlinn twenty
j-ears. and before Hint she avdntod her inothrr in law, I.j lis K Pink
ham In advising. Thus Mm 1 eipeclnliy veu iiiniiurii u. pumo bilk h
vomcn bad: to licaltb. Wrlto today, don't wait until loo jaic. pi
rcligers nt one of the local ictamuutx,
ghlng turpi checks to ceroiie wuo
"How mono on the I "Kit could roir-
l)i en tertcd In tho best of shape. Hot
meats mid coffee In tho stormiest of
weather li.ivo bicn ulwnjs ready for
tho patseugcrs and tlio service has
been sol,eu of by many ns tho best
which the: had ever experienced on an
"Onee mor- I wish to sn there wns
no Btrllu', thai .ho men who have done
our rooking are nil good, stcuili men
nnd then nn I reii no dgn of drunk
enness or uiiMliInc- '"f tuat sort on the
BEARS FOR. STEAKS
Nlco rich hear steaks will bo nvall
atilo tomoriow for nnyono wanting
tlicni, Tho two Cullfonila bcuis that
fuinlshed so inueli enjoyment nt the
Zoo will lie kllltd today unless some
one itteps lu to save, their lives and
turn them over to tho Kaplolnul Park
CoiuiuIsjIoh, or the I.os Augclcus want
sumo real llo hears to tako liomu Willi
them. Hear steaks are a luxury and
tbn chances are that thoso who iiko
them will hao an opportunity to havu
tho ilelltncj served on tho table by np
pi lug to A. V. Gear.
Mr Talent Is tho man who usually
tujojn himself on tho mono that Mr
Nothing More Becomes the Average Person
Than a Stylish Straw or Panama Hat
And a recent shipment places us in a position to offer
the Latest and Best Styles in Straw Hats for men and
Panama Hats for both men and women. This shipment
gives us a large assortment, one in which there is surely
the hat for you.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
In the matter cf Heo Chang Hang .
lice Kit, Jmlgu Uuilsuy this morning
grouted the motion of the plaiutllt to
amend Ills miswir.
John A. Cummins celebrated hlJ
eevcntj -second birthday Jssteuhi) li
giving a big lu.iu nt his Kuiinuu nl
le lestdence, Ahlpiiu.
Kloia Margaiet Ciouell nsks the
Court to nppolnt I'nther Valentin
trustee of her property In place of W.
0. Smith, who has icslgncd,
It Is reported that tho I'ederal (Jin
iimnent limy condemn tho wharves
at tho foot of I'ort street In order )
get u site fur tlio rear ranco light
Vero Dor, ilaushter of (J. V. li.
Dote, Biiffticd a bad accident last c ru
ing whllu out ilillug. She was riding
hnieliaelc wlieu the horxo fell nml
rolled on her. She Is getting on nicely.
Tho Hoard of Health icpoita on
(ho deaths wlili h ociurrcd fiom con
tagious dli-cuxtri fiom Mm eh 1 to 111,
.is follows: Ulplitheila, 0; plague. (I;
tutiei c Miosis, 7, Uphold fevei, 3. 'lot a I
Judge I.lndsa leturiicd jcslerday
on the W. (1. Hnll from Kiiual, wheio
fie has been holding court. Jiul.o ltob
lunoii this morning reassigned to lilm
nil "inltj, jirobak, Jury-waived and
(handlers nintiei ,
lx:o Yun Knl who wns Indicted by
the Gland .l.irj for embezzlement and
rcsenul hH jiba last SaturiMy, tills
mornliig emeied a plea of nut gulltj.
Martin riguero, eliarBcd with Mig
rane), euteied a similar plea.
In tho ruae of the Territory s. Mu-
lata, who Is di irrcd with violation of
tho l.tw'B regiilatliiK second hand and
pawn-brokers' shops, argument wns
heard this morning by Judgn Itobtn
rnn on the defendant's dcuuirier. Tho
jury was excuiid until tomoiiow morn
lug. ft B
111 Slam a debtor, after ho has put
off paymont for threo months, may
be rompollcd to work out tho debt.
Appendicitis has miido such steady
progress In (iermany fiom jcar tu
year thn nuilleal societies hno tak
en It up for special extended study.
Question tor debating hk lotion:
When a 11 ro Insiiiaaco agent tueklca u
liHik rnmussii, will tho lanvussfi get
his llfo Insured or wllLbc sell a book?
Somen llle Journal
(Continued from Page 1)
Vegclablc Sajtd Maiounnltc
Swiss Cheese Crackers
After a few words of welrolne l) O.
V. Smith, pllhy ren'inrks were niado
by Prank Wiggins, secretary of tho
Uis Ancelea Chnuiher of Common c,
Mr. Herruu, dlrcelor mid leader of tlio
partv, ami II. P. Wood of the Hawaii
Promotion Committee, who was re-
telud with rousing applause. Dr. Cole
inane n very winy speccn anil a ino ug I .i i. . .. r, ,, , , . .
lK.rn.lar ranlnlu tlr.m w... .nll..,l ,m. B,,l",,c,U ,,r Um l,lch ftn11 "'"Bllt '"
on ho refused to mnkr good In IhU
It II. Trent spoke the Aloha of the
Honolulu people. Judge Haines ot
San Diego made u finished speech and
expressed ple.isuie that lu Hawaii
iheio was none or tho folly of Sail
Kiauclsco lu dealing with tlio educa
tional problem, l'reil T. Alleu closed
tlio sj)eecliniakiug list nud in his se
rious lemarks told the business men
of Honolulu that In promoting the wel
fare) of Hawaii nml diawlng toiiilbin
tboto Is nothing better than tho local
newrpapers. rinely printed literature
Is till right but ho spoke from exper
ience when he said that tho newspaper,
tin' local newspaper, is tho best.
Tho lunch clojeil with a toast to
tho President, followed bj tbieo cheers
PREACHES A COLD HELL
"This weather Is not bnil at nil li s
biirdtv u oi I In of being called winter
plal.l nt tho men In the galley lu moiel wentlier. said He C. J. Ciowell.
than I can understand. Tho rooklugl.Mr t'rowell li, r.om Alaska, whern
has been excellent find ei entiling lini ho has been a inlHlonary for flu
"Wenlhcr Ilko llilil In Alaska lu
relinitry would bo tlio occasion of n
celebration." said lu-. "This Is not
told. Wo get It for month with tho
thermometer registering 20 degrees
colder than Ibis. Wo have so murk
cold that it Is necessary It) chnngo
not only methods of living but relig
ion no well. Though It may not bo
orthodox, the horenftcr of thy wicked
as preached to tho Alaskan Indians Is
not hot. ns commonly tnught hero,
but Intensely told. This reversal wns
started jenri ago by a wandeilng
missionary who spent nlmost n life
time among the natives-' In telling
of It to missionaries who raniii later,
ho said' 'When I llrst told of a but
plnco In tho hereafter for tho wicked,
the natives tool, great interest In It.
Thoso who linU Wslted ratlins of while
men In the scllle.'?nt8 told ot tho
comforts of lire and Its uses and ns a
result nil of the nntUes announced
Hint there was tho place they chose
to go In the hen after To glte Uiem
rometlilng they did not want I preach
ed of a hereafter for tho wicked that
was twice as cold as tho rohlcst. wln
ttr In tho history of man, nnd tlio
change seemed to do muck good and
be most beucllclal, resulting In inatij1
01 Tl If 111
When tho Ohio leaves next Prldaj'
afternoon for Sail Pedro with tho Ijm
Angeles Chamber of Commerce exctir
tlonlsts she will take a small targo
with her. This consists of a small
illlo and ot a conslnument ot fresh
pineapples mid COO tons of sugar which
will bo tnkeii on board here.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record March 16, 1907,
from 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
I.anlana by gdu et al to Hclollllll
Joseph Htlcllllll and wf to Ah Nul.D
S K Pollahu mid wf to Uihupa Ko
lllkuweun (w) I)
J Walohlnil to T Mljnsnkl I.i
SPOTS ON THE SUN
Ktmtu iipfiri th Kmi uhlili li.ivo t.-
Joshua Wnlohluu to T Mlynsnkt '. ..t,'( oino rlsiblo Intelv iiitriuii'l ioilm
Anlono I' Tavaics and wf to A II from students or nurotiuiin t'i" w old
Houza 1) over.
W O Aiken and wf to Joe ricllas. ..1) . ''"""f- PltUcrlng of Harvard, lias H.c
W O Aiken and wf to .loo Cnl.lelra.D r,l,a 8ri!lt Ji'U-rwt In the sun si.t. llo
Manuel Qtint hy Jdgmt ...nklcj.ldgmt
Tho 113 Angeles vlsllois proieeded
to see iiioio of tho city today, ami alt
expressed llicmschcti as being delight
id with it. Today nearly nil the mem
hers of tho parly made a luiind of tliu
town by means ot ltnpld Transit cars.
The uipmiloui wan uiailo tho principal
point of tho excursion, ami uvldently
(his va'i ery pleasing to (ho l.os An
(.clans. All oxpreiscd tlicmseUes ns
being sin prised that tuth .'ondeiful
tlidios existed as those to bo Been there.
I3en thoso who had seen other miliar
Itinis, ne, for Inslmice, that of New
ioi!v, where iiiauy tiojilcal species
fiom tho West Indies nro to ho found,
said that nowhere had they seen suck
u beautiful exhibition of tho kind as
tho ono which Honolulu h:u to cfter.
Tho tliltors ure, many of them, tak-
Itiri more than a cumory Interest in the
Islands, uml It Is surpilsliig to 11ml
how niiiili Information some of them
havo gotten hold of lu tpltc of tho
I "Inn mwtt la n.ttlmi tflHlliln tt till III
Entered for Record March 18, 07,,,aU u (l ,,,, ,, t mi, ,)e,,n
Frcn 3 a. m. to 10:30 a. m. i,upj,oscil tjiat li.e last of the lnr;w
Joo lliirklnshnw to l-oong l.nm I ipcits bad dlinpnrnml some.tline ugo.
IMok Co . . D but this helrf was lnconect. Kvcry
H Kunuikaiikalaul to Wm t Aiiiona ill jenra theic are large s,la oii'tho
,,( nj ) sun mill for a ttuio-t'iew aputs .ipptar,
flora M f'mwcll and hsh to W O KemB sunnier mul .smuller. nun uici
Hmltli Ir TrDr ' v l ln" ii-t'11 .m'ihiii iiii
nmiiii ir . . ........... ....... i ( ivtiirn. It wm Hiippwd
runny Slinuch and hsh to Moktihla i,,, w(1 H(,u, mm , 1(, 1K,lllJ(, ,vl1
Naknlewiilu et al D ,u, twM fll()ls ,mly UIM1, ,,j,,Tri
C7" I N'ovcrtiiclt u, iheio Is now what n;t-
BALL00HS HISE HIGH ' Kara to be u large ni-nt qii the si n.
It Is in) belief that It Is rather a seritM
Paris. Jan. 23. Tho French Ac a- r'' '"al' "l!l1'-
' ! iliialllil lint iiVlinot 111 it Slum IIIII3.
ilomt of RelencH has icceiveil froiu ' " vv ...... ,., ,...n
tho Prince ot Monnio a icpoit on the
enco or this largo sun spot wciiid cause
any notable dlstiirhaure o.i the enrth,
chief fe.ituriM of his sclcntlllc cam-, I1)gIt . (.erlrlc.i
palgn In tho Arctic last jear. Nlnu noiic storm, but 1 shouhl dc
I or mag-
doubt if 1 10
nationalities were represented among ordiu iry citizen would l.nov. tin re
thn M-lentlsts on hoard tho two Nes-iwas any cucli electrical slium. I do
eels, tho Princess Alice and tliu Qnnil "ot believe that tho somewhat iceeit
fjord. Tho most difficult work wan curtbn.ual.es can be eonnceUd !Hi
! , .7 . t ,i. i.i. I...... ' prLseiito ot tho spots at leurt
tho scoliotic surM.y of tho hltlierto , lhr)() ,, uolhn (f f1('w t,( nr(j u
unexplored mountain region of SplU-,lu ailJ wav ,cnt0j. y
bergen. Tiider the gulilaiico of Cap-1 "1 he ts)ts, 1 should n.i. will l v!s-
tain Issnchcii, who was with Sverd- Ibid on the sun for uhoat 10 dajs,"
short tlmo thev li.uo lieen Imrn iiimilruu on tho Train expedition, n paity j As iiocn retenllj, both by the astio-
. v . .. ,.v.v. ulw, - . ....
JUUiesl Is iiliowii lu (ho
toiiiiueite, lopiilatiou and p
Hawaii. lerior g.aeiers, c.iiiiiu.o, i.v.-c,. ,. . .. . ,, ........... ......
M. Mclnerny, Ltd,
HABERDASHER AND CLOTHIER.
Fort and Merchant Sts.
P. E. R. Strauch
Furnished Sr. cottaoe, Manoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Home. Lcrne Pool
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble, Near car line. $15.00 per m.
Industries of seven rfoi wcslans nnd ono I'rnnrh- lU-mlcal phot.jHitipher and tho Binoked
lire's eclsc.f!ian rovered tfiOO miles oxer the In .e'"-' brigade the spots co.uprlsed a
prospects in " ,,,,.... 'somewhat sentteiet gioiii. of fiom a
terlor glaciers, camping hotweer. ,. .. . , aiii,w ,,
trovasrea without other kmoiiii-um j,.t ,t,irit UJ, u, Kni, nKalnrt tlio lirll-
tbnn thoso carried by their dog train. ' .ai whlto of the mass or t:ic linn-
paput lu lcgnnl to u -trlkeof thocoolci'The party obtained a completo chnrt Inary.
on hoaul tho Ohio." This atiiteuiciit ' of (ho region, which Is covered v.ith ' Tljo iirtrommilnil theory of such jdie-
"I wish to deny lu all particulars the
Btoiy which appealed lu tho morning
was iiiadi) to u llullelln icporter this
morning hy Secretary Prank Wiggins,
of the l.os Angeles Chamber of Com-
mice excursion, who came to tho llul
lelln odlco for tho particular puijioao
of denliig tlio staleinentB which tinl
been niado lu regunl to tioublo in tbn
galley of the excursion steamer.
'"Ihere linn been no trouble of uuy
kind with the men," continued Mr.
Wiggins, "and they aio as fine a set to
handlo as auvono uiuld ask. Tube the
ttalleiB on tho Ohio, theXlargei put of
them aio tollego bos who are iii.iI.Iiik
the lilp with us lu that way lu ouler
towujuiii tlt wllhoul tixpem.1). Theio
li;.s been "no trouble wlmtever.
Rlnrlnr.1. only the summits of
mountains showing nhovo tho
t,0 nomnn Is that they mo masses of
Ice. rwlrllng l.aa I mho midst of tlio pi-
" r 'illlln ililn m fMnliiiB Hnn tlimmirti litklC
The meteorological I cxpe, Iments were (- ,, pw WaVk.':
especlillj Intel estlng. j Iejg M,(t Cf3i i,, sc,j , (, i',, f jrl.
Pilot balloons illi patrlieil fiom tho ucos, lias not jt lcrii explained.
Piluccss Alice explored tho atmo-l n
sphere iip to the hitherto unattnlncd i N DIHD.
helclit of 90.0011 feet. Tho air was I . '
o rate (lini tho tiny balloons, which 'AONA-At Lentil Horn-, M-.rch '8,
only measuro throo feet In dlHhieter,
could be followed with thn naked cjo
Tor a dlstnnut ot 12 miles During
tho liydrosiaphlc roaiche In
Cioss Hay, Icehergn of oxeeptlonnl dl-.
1 1 MM... I l.UI
11107, Jullottu Kealuhn. Molu .. Aoi a.
Puiicrat from II. II Wllllauit' par
lots Wedneedii at 2 3'1 u jn
Tlie yeople of Sun l'ranclst o unvl.ig
. . , ,,.t t- n. ... it.i.r- iiiiFiiiiiKHO ti(,-KU0(.ii .ill,, li,...
u.enslons wero opened. Ibe Ir rlr- ,,mv ll0(l,,llle wv , v ,,,,,, t, slruit
cumfeieiict) wns as much mi 1MI0 net,lire 1)ClaR cicnrT() ,f ,ilrt, have taken
and their height Ml. Drs I'ortei , tho Job Into thetr own hand , A. nk ir
"Theio has been tioublo with Pie ,mu ltlohaid mado somo Interest- and laborer have woiked side bs side.
stoes In iho gallej for some dais andl inir uxnerlmcnla relatlvo to tho Merchants wokd Ilh Uruoni ami
1 ..... .... . ' " ' I , . ... 1 I..- ...,.. , .. m.
neiuru wo ieit lino ue Knew that tticiolbiooii of nolar animals, and some 'vn amm.'wuB umir .icrs-' .inn,
luuilii mill nil' mum mil . 1,1 ll lUll-Pi. ' in .(..irri.q i, ,hn
iMi.i-ii uiu imrser iiliiik .i u wonderfa exblb nn of -v ici. il
pildv in tbcli burned ell).
foro wo lelt llllo we knew that ttieioli,,M)d of polar nnlmals, and some 'Imvel alonililB tlielr .lerk" Mm,
mid he icpalra needed, though we! stiuellvo landscapes woro painted !om,7.,iU,"a cW,,ll.n" ,,tl1 ",Clr n s
ped llm. we might be able to gel M j,. Tlnai. . who worked In the In- Zlr" ZZ, tlTllTi
... On .....eiluK l.imolu.u It wasl, . ,.r Mplirbcrgeu as fa, noith ,s r ''.e 'vn.,, o, 't'ue'', n, " v "
und tbn the flues mil t be i, .ulnui M lldKreu,. ,hal I1011(, wlt minsn ,, V3 luu.
i7-room house near Kalulanl School.
Newly papered and painted. Toi
let and bath. Insurance $800. Very
I cheap: $1,300. Easy Payment.
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