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gVENlNQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. 1!., BATURDAY, JAN. 11. 1903.
' WEEKLY CALENDAR
Honolulu Commandery Instal
lation. ,- I'HIDAY
Paeltlc Flrit Degree.
Lai Aloha Inatallatlon.
AM vIMtlUR members ot the
inlnr ar -tirdlall7 Invited to
ittoml mi itlnit. of toeil lodgns
HARMONY LODGE, Mo. 3, L 0. 0. P.
Ilevu every Monday evening at
lu in t 0. U. I'. liall. Fort Btreot.
B. R HENDRY, Secretary,
P. W. QEHHING, N. Q.
All vUltlng brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, Ho. 2, K. of P.
Meets ever)- luosday evening at
ill) o'clock In K. ot P. Hull. cor.
ort r) Uarclnnlr.. Visiting broth
n xoritlnll) Invited to attend.
V. L. LYLE, C.C..
F. WALDRON, K.K.8.
OAHU LODGE, Mo. 1, K. of P.
Meet every Friday evening ut
n. at P. Hall, cor. Fort and Ucr-
nla at 7:30. Members of Mystic
Lodge No I. Wm. McKtnley Lodge
Vo. J, and visiting brothers cordially
A. 0. DEERINQ, C.C..
JA8. W. WHITE, K.R.8.
ION0LULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E,
Mimolulu Lodge No. 618, B. P. a
A, will mtet In their hall on Kins
near Port street eyary Friday evn-
fly orrtr or the K R.
HARRY A. WILDER.
r K. RICHARDSON, H. R.
rn. M'KINLEY LODGE Ko.8, X-oi P.
Meets every Saturday evening, at
7:10 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor
fort and Heretanla. Visiting broth'
n cordially Invited to attend
W. L. FHAZEE, C.C.,
E. A. JACOBSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
MmIs on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenjngs ot each month at
1:30 o'clock in K. ot P. Hall, cornur
Heretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to nt
'and. W. L. FRAZEL", W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R, M.
Meeta every flrat and third Thurs
day & of each month At Knights nt
PytSlan Hall Visiting brothers cor
Unity Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCH, Sachem.
A. S. MURPHY, C. of R.
WX ARE AGENTS FOE
Winton Touring Car
lie Finest Curs Ever Seen ia Hono
Inlu. Call and Sec Them.
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 388,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and- RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty, particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
tain exeouteu at inonett notice,
Juil and Medium Bins, Complete.
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Cw. 44-50 Kinr St., Katiey Blk., bt
nnranu ana nnnttt fltf..; TeL 181.
can begone very easily with your
eoeritse servant by pnrohuing as
Enrfiih and, Japanese Cook Book,
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
Blalia books of iJI sorts, ledgen
ate, d'inufctr.rwl by the Rolletla Puh
ra .. IS.. t. i -. - n -
King .mo" Bethel Sis.
' To obtain the result is
not easier than learn
ing the advantages of a
You can get the infor
Gas Co., Ltd.
Coyno Furniture Co.
We have everything in
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
New High-Marked Ta
pas. Baskets, Fans and
Mats. HAWAII &
SOUTH SEAS CURIO
CO., Alx. Young BIdg,
Schuman Carriage Co.
SITTING RINK BLDG., Queen St,
A Victor Talking Machine
BRIGHTENS THE HOME.
OTRGSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Ltd
Odd Fellows' Bldg., Port St.
At All Watchdealers.
A sent for Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FORT and KING SU Honolalo.
rh YVaekly ta'ltlon ef the venlnj
Elulletln lva a complete eummary ef
tr.e nevra of rue flay.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
No thrifty housekeeper can afford
to' overlook- Bulletin Ads.-eithet
large or small.
Corset sale at A. lllom's this week.
H. C. Carter arrived n the Rlnau
The band will play at the Poultry
r. h. Kay or inio camo down on
litisliipts In II. o Klnnti.
Mr. ntid Mrs. D. H. Hnyseldcn nr
i!pU todnv in tho Kln.in.
W. A. r.rionttell was a rriurnlns
naFM'iiRi'r lii the Kltiau today.
R lern or W. 11. Irwin & Co. re
tnrnud this liioriilim In tho Klndu.
Tho Intcr-Iolaiiil Blbumt-rs Klnau
ntid .Maul arrlvod tlila mornlnc from
lliolr rcsptclUo ports.
The Fashion Saloon Is servinc tho
ame good lunch that It always sorvus
httween 12 and 1 o'clock.
Deputy Innurnnco Commissioner
Oeorffo Smitlilci returned from his
imMnett trip In tho Klnau.
Mrs. Georse Gear, wife of the lato
Jiuieb Gear, wtiA jmong tho passon
nir. tint arrived In the Klnau toil.ij.
Coal your hon roofn with "Arabic.
Yuii will bo Hiiiprlfccid at Us cooling
And iiroucrvatlo ptopcrtica. California
i'flHd Co., (VRUt8.
Wliltnuy & Marsh will offer their
.'ptlru muck of Bhlrt walls at greatly
icjuccd prlros, beginning im Woduca
.Tho acrvirci nt tho Lcnhl Home lo
tnorcpw afturnuoii at 2:30 will lio In
clihrgo ot C. J. Day. Thoso who will
assist In tho singing or sneaking nrn
requested to attend.
IWv. O. do, Ro. T. Annl. Rev, C II.
Mill, net I a. SShlng, Ile. C. 1. ilnnii
tint Ri. T. C Clio ciime down in nu1
Kluaii t be prcteilt ut the eontereim
of tho .MhIkhIIrI eliuiLluiH.'
'iho fuucrul of tho Into Tied Wun
.ioiibo'c will Iip hold fiom.ltnnalahno
church ut 2 oeluok tomorrow aftor
oooil. Friends b mllng flowers are ri1
lucsteil to take tliunt lu tho chinch.
Tho following sugar la reported
walling shipment on Hawaii: Olao,
3400 bags, Walakoa, 1500: Walnaku,
U000; Hnknlau, TOGO; Hamakua, 1G90;
I'linuhuu, 7500; Honokaa, 23U0; Ilouu
Cut prices on Ladles' Ribbed Vests
The Gorman steamer Tolosan, which
put into this port In distress, la still
listing badly, although a great deal
of tho cargo hns been shifted. She
may dlsposo ot some of the fruit she
has on board at this -port.
Tourists and residents make no mis
take when thoy call up 715 for an
auto for sightseeing or calling. J. A.
McLood Is a careful chauffer and tho
Bulck six cylinder Is tho easiest and
beat going auto In tho city.
The following cargo arrived In tho
Klnau this morning: 1 dog, 2 horses,
3 bundles skins, 3 bales: awa, 4 boxes
chickens, G Bales gobo, 10 barrels tal
low, 12 bags spuds, 2G bags turo, 27
empty kegs, SO cords wood, 03 bundles
hides, 93 barrels empty uotttleB, 113
Judge De Bolt severed tho bonds of
matrimony Between Mlkao Uno and
her husband, Kelzo Uno, tho former
having libeled the latter for cruelty In
the form of violent assault, also habit
ual drunkenness, gambling and fail
ure to support his wlfo for moro than
ono year preceding the dato of com
plaint. They wero married In Japan
jier sixteen years .i?o and havo a boi.
living in Hint country.
II. Naouoalll Clark, son of Mr. and
Mrs rhnrles Clark of this city, leaves
In thu Canadian Steamship Moann,
which Is duo lo arrlvo today. Ho goes
to accept a position in Australia which
has been offered him. Since his re
turn from the States, young Clark has
jcen working at his trade of pyrog
raphy on Fort street, opposite the
Catholic church. Ho expects to(lo
bs'ent from the Territory for about
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record Jon. 10, .1008,
Prom 10:30 a. r.i. to 4 p. a.
I Alfiod Magoon and wf to Tr ot
J , ItlalBdoll et al ..1)
1 Alfred Magoon and as ir to Tr
of J I. nialsdell el al AM
Mary i: Low lo Tr of J I. Ul.ilsdell
et nl .1)
Malic (loo Wan Ho) by tr to Goo
Wun Hoy (
Entered for Record Jan. 11, 1008,
From n a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Uahela Ahlo to Kuiienho UIcu Mill
Lahola Ahlo lo Kuuenhu Rico Mill
Co i,ttl a
Hon Iron Wl:s Co to Catherine N
John Bancroft, III., married MlhS
Madelelno Du Pont In Washington,
tho young couple huvlng eloped from
Wilmington, Dol. Tho hrldc, who Is
20 years old, is tho daughter ot Al
fred I. Du Pont, tho millionaire vice
president of the Du Pout' Powdor
Company. The bridegroom, 21 years
eld, Is the son ot John Bancroft, sec
retary ot tho Joseph Bancroft &. Sons
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT Is piaranteed
to cure any caae'TJr'Itching, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding?" Pilas1 in 6 to
14 days or, money refunded,. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE C0.,3aiat Louis,
U.S. of A. "
A. N. SANFORD,
Bolton Building. Fort Street.
i- over May c; Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
dona by the
yilth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
?AS Oeretanlo 8L Phone 1491.
THE KIND OF LIGHT -
to read by is a STEADY, EVENLY-DIFFUSED light. The KIND
TO HAVE is one that's ALWAYS CONVENIENT. The KIND
YOU WANT is the CHEAPEST. By CHEAPEST we mean the
one that costs you the least In the erfd. And we count in the
bills for clenninr; the smudg? of tho open flame from your rugs
and curtains, nnd wliit rou pay for matches,
Isn't that right? Well, then, the best light is the
Hawaiian Electrio Co., Ltd.,
Office, KING ST. near ALAKEA. PHONE 3D0.
4swwtewwaawswjgi'ijW-a'iiri '' 'a a Kiarsmaanj
Canada lias I
Law Touching Japanese
VICTORIA, II. C. Jnn. 10. The local Immigration officials havo
received Instructions fiom the Department of the Interior nt Ottawa to
cxcludo all Immigrants coming from any country other than thnt of
their birth. The enforcement of these Instructions will exclude all Jap
anese arriving from Hawaii,
The restrictions being put upon Immigration by the Canadian Gov
ernment are not aimed specifically at the Japanese in Hawaii, although
these come within the provisions of the law.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 10. It has been admitted by tho Gov
ernment officials that the changes In the plans for tho Panama Canal
calling for a widening ot the locks,, 'will mako the cost of construction
two hundred million dollars. The engineers' estimate ot tho cost ot the
lock canal as originally planned wac ono hundred nnd forty millions.
REFORM GERMAN SUFFRAGE LAWS
BERLIN, Germany, Jan. 10. Prince von Buelow, Chancellor of the
Empire, has promised a reform In the suffrage laws. Yesterday n dem
onstration was mado before the Reichstag by tho Socialists, which party
has made a demand' for manhood suffrage.
o i i
TAKAHIRA IS FINALLY NAMED
TOKIO, Japan, Jim. 10 -Kogoro Tuknlilra has been oulclally an
nounced as tho JnpanoHo AmiiuHxadoi to tlio United States In stuceislon
(Hill IHE Uttlllf
of lypij ii
Dofeudnnts' bills of exception In tho
two cases of tho Territory vs. Llzzlo
K. Puahl et al ami 'tho Territory va.
tho Knplol-nl Kabttto, Ltd.. were tills
morning allowed by tho SuprriiiH
Com t. j
These- wv fho Iwo carOB in wlueh
'he distribution of the ciowu lands H
eiinlesre 1 In thu defendants. Jiulh I
have been derided by JuJgo no flolt !
.n favor of thp Territory. Aftei being
ihru!i upon by Iho Supienio Court
they will probably llo' carried to thu
Supreme ('runt of the United Staiev
us upon tin- ultimate dcrlnlon depends
tho owni'i-lilp of a large part of the
iand hcUnnInh to or dlspobud of by
v (Continued from Pnuc 1)
uunserpipi'tlal, too rcmolo, ulicortnlii
anil speeul.itlxe. If any contract .wn
made ll was not a Joint contract bo-
twoeu lliue ilLfcnd.intH and 8, T. Al
oxnnder. tut u contract with .Ins. II
It Is claimed, further, tlmtNtliuro Is
no ugii'ument In Iho memoranda of
tho contract attached to tho complaint
Uiut Lowrlo should bo retained as
manager of Iho Hawaiian Commercial
nnd Sugar Company's plantation until
he should bo able to buy and pay for
3000 shares of said company's stock)
The alleged contract contained no pro
vision for Its duration, and could ho
and was lawfully and rightfully tor
mlnatcd by tho defendants,
A grand Jury at Kansas City re
turned 938 Indictments for violating
the Sunday closing law. Slxty-flve
ot the true bills were against tho
managers and employes ot the theaters.
why the beet filing system for
the office is that gotten out by
the YAWMAN ERBE MAN
UFACTURING CO., the
The first two are SAFETY
and CONVENIENCE. We'll
tell you the others, if you call
to see them.
Hawaiian New$ Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
President i'lnkham of the Board ol
Health was ahlo to bo at bis office to
day for the flrat time In two weeks
Ho fnss that lie has merely changed
his plnee of work, as ho has been car
rying on the operations of his office at
bis rooms In tho Yuung Hotel.
Tlicie will piolnblv lir a meeting
tit the lln.ud uf IK.iltli in si Wednes
i'n .iin iii'icm.
The fuueiiil ol thu luto Fred. Wnn-
i denboi'g will ho held tomorrow after
noon at 3 o'clock from tho Kuwal.ilipo
Church. Memboia of thu family ro
tiuost that (lowers ' be rent to tho
chinch ruthor than tho lioiibc. Thu
pall-bcarors will ho U. I. Spalding,
F. W. Mncfarlane, If. L. Kerr. C. A.
Ilrown, Alex. Lyle, W. W. Ilurils.
A lelntlvu of Mr, Wundonberg slu-
icu mat Mr. WuiKlciiberg had not
been In especially bad health ot lato
iniil his death was u great Miock, llo
wiib taken with a coughing fit shortly
t.fter ho arose fiom tho dluuor Initio
jesterdny evening. His wife was
seeking to relievo him by patting his
back, nnd, without a struggle, ho toll
over Into her arms lifeless.
(Continued from Page 1)
ers and guardians, flocked Into the
Drill Shed this forenoon to see '.the
birds. It was, certainly a groat 'day
lor tho youug ones. Tho show will
continue tonight until 10 o'clock. Tho
county band will play.
'"For 'Rent" card, nn ! at
I lllil'l.liliu Am IImi'IIUm.
.?io bulletin office.
CABLE REPORT OF SAM
Friday, January 3.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jnn. 3:
Jap. B. S. Nippon Maru, hence Dec.
NEWCASTLE-Sallcd Jan. 1:
Am. schr. Helene, for Mnhukona.
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Jan. 2:
Jup. S. 8. America Maru, hence
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 3:
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, for Honolulu,
Saturday, January 4.
VANCOUVER Sailed Jnn. 3:
Br. S. S. Moana, for Honolulu.
FIJI Sailed Jan. 1:
Br. S. S. Mlowora, for Honolulu (36
MAHUKONA Arrived Dec. 31:
Am. schr. H. C. Wright, from San
Monday, January 6,
BAN DIEGO Sailed, Jnn. 4:
A.-H. 8 S. Arlronnn, for San I'rnu.
MONTEVIDEO Atrlvod, Jan. fl.
Am. 8p. II. I". Packard, from Nor
folk for Jlouohilu, put In In dis
Tuerday, January 7,
SAUNA CRUZ Arrived Jam :
A -II. K. S. Alaskan, fiom San Fran
cisco. SAUNA CRira Sailed Jnn. G:
A.-H. 8. S Mexican, for San Diego.
KAANAl'AU Sailed Jun :
A.-H. S. S. Texan, for Sallna Cruz.
Wednesday, January 8.
'3AN FRANCISCO Arrlvod Jan. 7:
Am H. S. llllonlali. heneo Dee. 31.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 7:
P. M. S3. 8. Mnneliiirln, Tor Honolulu
Thursday, January 9.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrhed. Jnn. 0:
P. M. S. S. Asia, hence Jnn. 3.
Hll.O Hailed Jm. 4.
S. S. Enterprise, for San Francisco.
Saturday, January 11.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 10.
A.-H. 8. 8 Ailzonnn, for Honolulu
A.-H. 8. 8. NeBraskaii, for Sound.
HILO Arrived Jan. 7:
Am. bk. Annie Johnson, from San
MAHUKONA Sailed Jan. 7:
Am. schr. II. C. Wright, for San
NEWCASTLE Arrived Jan. 9:
Br. 3. 8. Highland Monarch, hence
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jan. 11:
P. M. S. 8. Siberia, hence Dec. 31.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS
The following affects the List ot
Lights and Fog Signals, Pacific
Coast, 1907, page 68; List of Lights,
Ruoys, and Duymarks, 12th Light
house Suhdlstrlct, 1907, pages 13
Honolulu Harbor, Oahu Island, T.
H. Honolulu Front Ran go Light, n
lth-order fixed red light from sea
ward, between NW 3-4 W and E,
fixed white Inside the harbor, located
near tho easterly edgo ot tho reef
and the westerly edgo of tho channel
In Honolulu Harbor, and about 3-4
mllo from tho entrance to tho har
bor, southerly 'side of tho Island of
On or about Jan. 1G. 1908, this
light will be moved about 730 feet
SW by S from Its prcsont location
end established, about 21 tect above
mean high water, on a temporary
structure, painted white, eroded on
tho reclaimed land known as Sand
Island, westorly side of the channel.
The characteristic of the light will
Honolulu Rear Han go Light, a fix
ed green fens lantern light, located
en tho top of the Custom. House, Ho
nolulu, 3-10 mile N 14 deg. 51 min.
li (N by K 3-8 E in rear of the
On or about Jan. 15, 190S, this
light will bo moved from lis present
im.itlon nntl established, nbout .'0
fret above mean high water, 4-10
mile N b K Iii thu rear ot thtt.Tcm
poi.uy Front Uaugo Light, upon the
northwest end of tho rlilgo or a shed
on Fort Sticet Whaif. Tho cluirne
lerlstle of tho light will remain un
changed. Temporary Channel lluoy 9, u 2d-
'elm's can, will ho o-ttabllsliud, on or
I about Jnn. II. los. In nbout 35
feel of water, and approximately GO
feet I. by N from tho present loca
tion of Honolulu Fiont Raugo Light,
to murk the' turn from the main
I'linmii'l Inln tlin Inner harbor after
mio. fiont niligo light Is moved.
. By ordor of tho Lighthouse Hoard.
J. V. CARTER,
Lieut. Coindr. II. S. N.: Asst. to tho
Inspector of the 1 "lit Lighthouse
Tho man who Jives for himself alono
A Most. Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST1 "FITTERS' IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. . PHONE 525.
H K K K H X N Jt H K 88 K K K JCX
K AHBIVED "
Saturday, Jnnunry II..
Btmr. Klnau, Nelson, from Hawaii
and Maul ports, 7:.to a. in.
Btmr. Mnnl, Btuhn, from Hawaii
poris, 1(J:4S n,'m. - .,
P. M. S. 8. Mongolia. Jlnthaway, .
Irom tho OrlenL due.
U. S. 'A. T. Sherman, nrugcrrc,
from Ran Francisco, due.
Stmr. lwalanl, Naopala, from Mo
lokal, n. in,
Btmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, from
Kauai, a. in.
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED .
Per Btmr. Klnau, Nelson, from Ha
waii nnd Maul ports, Jan. H.-rltev. O.
II. Mln. Rov. P. S. Shin, Mis' Mary
Ing, Miss Moo Ding Shin. Mrs. Rurs
trom, Miss Rurstrom, II. C. Carter, S.
Blouser, Mis. S. II. Bloughcr, L." 3.
llloiigher, Mrs. C. S. Ulougor, Miss
Hossford. Mrs. llnsper, G. Williams,
A. Wnflward. Mis. A. Woodward, R. I.
J.llllf, Mi-m. It I. Llllle, MIsb M.
jThrimi. .1. A. Mibv, .1. II. Thompson;
V.. Y. Alnn. MIkh Ve t.il. It. hers., Mri.
Vustal.TUrt Geo Gear, Mrs. II. C. Ken
uey, 'tleo Smithies. C. caslendylfli,
Rov. T. C. cioy,v. A. Rumsay, Q
DlckHcm, T. R. Kny, R. I'lin, W. A.
(Irwnwcll. Mis. A. Niirrla. MXlii L.
Williams. S. Itlekard, llnltle lyitltcahl
ko. Miss Daisy Anna. -I II. Fuller, C
W. Powell. M. O fiautoB. Itev. C P.
Hung. Itijv. O. So, lfv t). Anaol, D. H.
IliLvkolduiJ Mrs. D. llaselden
.. .p -. --
:f 3f. 5t Jt W JC H- it vnr, y- R it X 3;
ft WATERFRONT NOTES
M X M Jt K & 0 t V 5i . St K Jt
HER LA&T TRIP.
Allheiigli 11 uiih elen onl yeNerdny
.iftei noon. that ilio itoyal MulPMe.tm'i
ship Mlowern, which united early lu
tho ulternoon woilld leave lit 3 ii'clnclc.
Mils morning, she has been kept In
1 cut so far loading coal. This Is tho
Inst trip thu Mlowern will mako over
tho Coast run, touching ut Honolulu,
tho Mnrama, a new seven thousand
ton, twin scrow steamship Just com
missioned by tho Union Steamship
Company, taking her place. Because
ilila;ls her last run this way, lite Mlo.
wera"8 American passenger license,
which hns expired, was not renewed
and consequently sho will carry no i
passengers from this port when sho
goes out this afternoon. Tho Mto
wera had a fair-sized cargo, and sho
discharged 92 tons of general incr
chandlsa at this port. Tho greater
part ot her cargo consists of 900 tons
cf sugar, which sho took on a Suva
for tho Vancouver refinery. Sho also
has on board 4G93 carcasses of frozen
mutton In her hold. It Js reported that "
mveral of tho MIowcra's present of
ficers, among them being tho genial
purser, Mr. Hockncll, will bo trans
ferred lo tho Marama when sho starts
her runs through this port. This is
welcomo nows indeed, as Hocknoll Is
one of the best liked men that comes
ATho first of tho Inter-Island Btenm-
erst o arrlvo this morning was Iho '
Klnau, In command of Captain Nelson.
Sho brought a henvy list ot passen
gers from Hawaii and a fow from
Maul.' According to Pursor Phillip's
report, the Klnau mado a. smooth pas
gogo both on her outward' and Inward
(rip's. Before she left Htlo, tho bark
Mohican was there waiting to sail, .
vhlle tho bark Auulo Johnson, which
arrived on Tuesday, Januaiy 7th, had
already commenced lo discharge
freight. Tho schooner II. fj, Wright,
which was at Mahukoua, dcpailold
last Tuesday, January 7th, for San
A sailor from the sailing vcbsuI
Rlthet, now In this port, has appeared
before Shipping Coniuit.tHlonur Almy
with a kick against tho first oflieur.ou
Ills boat. He claims lll-tieatmont upi
wlshob'lo bo loleaaoil from his eon
iruel hoie. llowtyr. .in the contract
Minis him" toa letuiii voyngo. uiiIosk
another sailor cnli'uo found to tnka
his plaef, .ho will he foieod to ship
ugalu or r&colvu no pay. This Ih tho
I'ccoud'tlmo tills muu has come before
Hid shipping commissioner with a
complaint II u, uald today that ho.
would take tho matter beforo Llddy,
agenf for tho Sailors' Union.
Nnithur tho Admiral Fourlnlion, ot
Iho Clmrcur Ruumls llnenor tho U.
S. A. T. Sliprnmu, Imtli of which nro
duo hern toda., havo been slghtiul
by tho signal stutlou yet. Tho Sher
ninn Is taking tho Fouiteouth Iiifiiu
try to tho Philippine. She sailed
fiom Sun Fiauelseo on thu fillip
Shoitly befoio 11 o'clock this morn
ing Iho steamer Maul, Captain Brubn,
nrrlved from Hawaii, bringing nbojit
SO. head of cnttlo for tlio Metropolitan
Meat Co. Sho encountered pleasant
weather und reported no unusual thing
en her return trip.
The A.-H. steamship Arizona sail
ed from San Francisco last night with
a general cargo and, passengers for
this port. On her return voyage she
will carry a load of Bugar for Now
York via Sallna Cruz.
1-4 to 1-3 off on all blankets at
. Blom's. '