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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T II., WEDNESDAY. JAN. IB. 1A08.
WEEKLY CALENDAR jL
MOMMV Willi I iiiX WO
Pacific Stated. jf O
Leahl Chapter Installation. fl
WUDNHMOAV I ,
I Ho Carts
,,Mr f Folding Carts
All visiting members of the ! .
order are cordially Invited to g
attend raeitiugs ot local lodges fc
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0.
Mean every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. 0. t Hall. Fort Street.
E It 11ENDUY, Seiretjiy.
UEN. I'. V1CKERS. N. O,
All Tliltlng brotliers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, Ho. 2, K. of P.
Meota overy Tuesday evening at
i:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Beietantt. Visiting urottx
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. I- I.YI.E. C'C,
F. WALDllON-, K.R.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every l'rlday evening nt
K. of 1'. Hall. cor. Fort and llora
tanla, nt 7.30. Members of Mystic
Lodeo No. 2. Wra. McKlnlcy Lodgo
No. 8, and Welting bruthers cordially
A G UEERING. C C ,
j as w. white, icns.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, 11. l O.
K., will meet In their hall on King
iar Fort strcot overy Friday oven
By order of the E II.
IIAIUIY A. WILDER,
r. e. uiciiAiiusoN, a. n.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and Deretanla. Visiting broth
trs cordially invited to attend.
W L FUAZEE. CO.
E A. JACOBSON. K.lt.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY ovcnlngs of each month nt
7:30 o'clock in IC. of P. Hall, cornor
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles arc Invited to at
tend. W. L FIUZEE, W Prest.
II. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAHAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B.,M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
J W ASCII, Sachem.
A, E Mt'RPHY, C. of R.
Coyne Fur uiture Go.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modem SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and do
tcription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
EmpJl and Medium Sizes, Complete.
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Nos. 44-50 King St., Katscy Blk., bt.
wuuanu and smith fits.: Tel. ISO.
Built Like a "Watoh
That's the way with craft turned
Charles D. Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. nr. Alapai
The Vvcskly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the r.evs of the day.
King and Bethel Sts.
To obtain the result is
not easier than learn
ing the advantages of a
You can get the infor
Gas Co., Ltd.
Employment Office supplies all Na
uonalities to plantations, contractor
103 KING ST.
Bamboo Furniture Hade to Order,
Picture Framing a Speoialty.
503 S. BERETANIA ST
can be done very easily with your
npanesa servant by purcliasins on
English and Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
At All Watchdealers.
Aecnt for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu,
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Taney.
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL,
Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Real Estate: Mt'g. Loans: Collec
tions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lic
enses. Office 70 Merchant St. Phone 310.
You Want ElectMo Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
.UNION ELFCTRIC CO.,
CO Beretania St. Phone 315.
&T- Fine Job Printing m the But
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If your servants "talk bock," a
Bulletin Want Ad. will find you good
Panama lints cleaned at the alobe.
Cut prices on Ladles' Hlbbed Vents
Whltnej & Marsh'B sale of shirt
waists la now on.
"Peaceful Valley" nt tlio Orphoum
tonight 2ic, 33c and 60c
High Sheriff Wm. Henry nnd wlo
i'l: fur Hllo yesterday in the Klnuu.
vi mid Urn. II I,. Lyon left In tlio
I ill '.sicrtloy foi tlio Garden Island.
Just arrived, HcJlwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
iinoii) appeals from n Ann of f.in mid
(o.-ib for assault mill bnlkrj on Uong
Tlio Fashion Saloon Is now sorWns
an excellent dinner between 4 and 0
When you don't fool llkn e.itlns, a
plnss of Prlmo boor will alwojs ecnro
up mi nppctllo.
Attorney 11. T. Wlthlnstnii wni
miong the Klnau outgoing passengers
Judge Lindsay grnnted a dlvorco to
Tainua Watson nEnlnst Mnlnon K. Wat
ion for desertion.
C. Q. Yee Hopp & Co., next lo the
FIslimurket, has somo flno oal. Tel
epbone to 2B1 fo" a roost.
Jnrcd O 8mlth of tho U. 8 Epeil
incut Station loft In tho Klnau yestet
day on a business trip.
Fong Keo npnenls from u fine of Jli
and costs for operating a lamidty at
2541 Kalnknua avenue without a He
.nstt Pianolas nre now being sohl nn r,i ',
tonus at the Uergstrom Mtndr ( ,
Ltd, Odd follows' building. In.
W. 11 Cnstlo was booked to depot t
u tho Klnau yoslcidnj, but lit the liiht
monient Iiu changed his mind mid did
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and profonntlvo properties. California
Teed Co., agents.
J. W. Caldwell, n civil engineer, nr
rived In tho Sherman for duty on Fed
eral works hero. Ho was accompanied
by his wife.
Colonel Dent and Captain Hancock,
of tho 14th Infantry, ticcompanled by
Captain Otnrll, called at tho occutlo
There will bo no meeting of the
Hoard of Health today. President
I'lnkham sas ho has not had time to
got ready for one.
B. W. Barnard, tho Laupahoehoo cof.
fco planter, returned from the Coast
on tho Manchuria. Ho 1ms been away
ibout two months.
At this time ot year the flowers and
plants should bo fertilized. The Pond
Dairy Is prepared to deliver jou ma
nure, for this purpose.
Tho smoke for smokers to smoko Is
that mild Havana cigar. El Paleuola.
For salo at the Hayseldeu Tobacco Co.,
i.td., Alexander Young Dulldlng.
In tho suit ot Manuel Hodrlgues v.
Frank M. Santana, for 300 damages
for trespass, defendant appeals from
Judgment for plaintiff for $94.35.
The Alexander Young Cafe is open
from 6:30 in the morning till 8:30
at night, ready to serve you with a
dainty breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Twenty sccoua-nanu Bowing ma
rhlncs of all Btandard makes for Balo
Trices from 3 up. Denny & Co , Ltd.,
.igonts White Family ltotary, 12C6
Fcrt Htrcot. Phono 4S8
Autuuc Cnmllho appeals fiom n lino
(jf $25 and cohts for m.srmlt nnd bat
it on Maila Camllho, his wife, llotli
weie drunk when tho conjugal ml.xup
No more trouble to get good nutri
tious buttermilk. Our Lactone Tnb
.ets will glvo ou tho nrtlcle with all
of tho butter fat of tho milk. Benson,
Smith & Co., Ltd.
Ilv ttlpnlatlon the defendants to the
vult for condemnation of land for the
extension of Bishop street, aio glon
until Mnich 23 within which to flic
their iespcctlo answers.
Strpw bcnles laigO, delicious Wahl
,iw:i straw berries nio rceclcd fresh
i'iy moi nlng rroin Clark Farm at
Honry Mav it Co, Ltd. Call up
phono 22, nnd ouler n box.
In tho suit by former Slioriff Iliown
.gainst Loo Chuck and slxtj-sovon
othcis for $1U2S ball mime), plaintiff
Una (lied nn interlocutory bill ot ex
ceptions to tlio sustaining of Lee
Chuck's demui rer.
I nun Kanaka and sewn othors np
lcal fiom lines of $5 and $1 costs each
by DiBtrlct Judgo Andrado for vlolut
lug the aiimlay law by trucking klawe
wood fiom Klnau vhmf to tho jaril ot
flustncel'ick, Ltd, on Sunday, De
An iipp-al has been taken fiom-Ho
nolulti District Court by plaintiff In
tho suit of Margaret Cullen vs. Mrs.
Knnnmu Kllloun, In which Judgo An
ilrndo gao Judgment for costs in fav
or of defendant. Thq suit was for $90
slid 12 per cent Interest.
A reception was glen last evening
ut tho Methodist church parsonngo for
PlBhon DaWd H. Moore, who la to pre.
tide at tho annual conference which
will bo held hero shortly. Vocal sel
ectiong wore retideiod by Mrs. V, J.
Hnro and Mies Gertrude Hall.
Jacob S. Balloy petitions to bo ap
pointed administrator of the estato of
his lato son, James Stennett Uallpy,
who left an estato valued at $2700.
Decedent was tho young man who met
his death by accident while engaged
In installing machinery In a Kohula
sugar mill recently.
A. N, SANFORD.
Boston Building. Fort Street,
over May & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
dons by the
Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
263 Deretanla St. Phone 1401
Come Out Of It!
ET OUT OF THE RUT! The lamp is old-fashioned
that's no reason why YOU should be, is it?
If you arc using the lamp, you certainly ARE,
nnd if you are using anv OTHER form of lighting, except
the ELECTRIC LIGHT, yon are not up-to-date.
Have your homo wired by tho
Hawaiiaji Electric Co., SLtttL,
Office, KING ST. near ALAICEA. PHONE 390.
OTTAWA, Out . .Inn 1 I The LIIici.-iIh nro mtlsllccl Willi the nr
lnngcmcut arihed at b .Minister or Lulmi Lriuli-u with the Japanese
Government In regard to tlio Japanese luimlgiutlon iiuostlou.
WASHINGTON, O C, Jan. H. Secretin y of War Tuft denies that
he Is about to resign from the Cab Inct because four Ohio postmastors,
recommended for appointment by h Im, hne failed of conllrmatlon In
the Semite at the Instance of Senator Foral.cr.
' JOHANNESBURG, S. Africa, Jan. 14. Pursuant to the determina
tion of tho South African government to discourage tho employment ot
Orientals In the mines, fifty Asiatics
ly In the country.
TROOPS TO LEAVE
WASHINGTON, D. a, Jnn. 14. It hns been announced that the
American t-oops will he withdrawn from Cuba nnd that country surren
dered to tho full control of tho Cuban government in February, MUD.
MRS. PORTER BOYD SEEKS DIVORCE
RENO, Nov., Jnn. 14. The wife of W. Porler llojd, American vice
consul at Shanghai, has entored suit for divorce against her husband,
charging him with lnlldoltty. They were married in Honolulu In 1893,
AUGUSTA, Ga.. Jan. 14. J 11. Randall,
song, "My Maryland," died hero toduy.
PLANTERS TURN DOWN
IMPORT HINDU LABOR
Tho news tlint tho Sugar Planters'
Association has turned down u propos
al to ship Hindu laborers to this conn-1
try Is contained In tho following dus-i
patch contained In tho Seattle Poati
Intelligencer of December 20:
Vancouver, U. C, Doc 19 (Spjcljl)
Cheap Hindu labor lo not wnntcd In
Hawaii arco-dlng to n letter reeeliod
here from Alexander & Dubinin, plant
en., of Honolulu, In replj to a proiKmnl
Ibat a .blpload should he suit there
lo take tbe p)aco ot Japanese on the
pluutailuiiK. The lottui says.
"The Hawaiian Plaulcit,' Absoi iu
tlon bus discusKed the Question, but
no Hindus will be brought hole. Wu
would 111111I1 profor good Uunipeaii
laboieih such as 'Portuguese and
SpanliirdH. who arrived last summer
in con did ruble numbers. Tho Euro
t.uin ni- prelerable to tlio Hindus,
liose lo Htaiiil.Td of living uud un
(ltauly habit;, do not npponl to iih."
k i u -
MANAGER F. SCOTT
OF K1LAUEA DEAD
'llio luwH of II10 death of 1'iapl
Scott, manager ot Klhmca phuitutlon
on Knual, was iecelPd by wlrelesB bv
W. G. Ii w In & Co. josloiday. Ho died
suddenly of apoplexy at 5:30 o'clock
Monday afternoon. Mr. Scott leaves
threo joung children, a boy and two
girls, his wife, who was a Miss Rertlo
matin of I'ljan, having died a few yours
ago. Robert Scott, Ills brother, Is a
carpenter for the samo plantation
Tho Into Mr. Scott was born In Sol
Mrk, Scotland. He was an engineer
for the samo plantn'JIon for about
thirteen years, and before becoming
manager was n head luna, Ho was
also an engineer at Hccta and Kohala
plantations. Scott had made many
friends, who aro sorry to hear tho
DULLETIN ADS. PAY -&
35c Music for
Prices of all
popular music for
10 days at
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLD0.
DOWN BUT STAYS
FOR SOUTH AFRICA
have-been arrested for being illegal
CUBA IN 1909
AUTHOR IS DEAD
author of tho Confedcrnto
NEW MOTION IN L0WRIE-
Tho defense In tho Lowrle-Daldwlu,
Cnsile suit Is making another attempt
to get tho matter heforo the Supremo
Court. Two former motions to this of
lect hno been denied by Judgo Robin
ton, who expresses himself as ot the
cpluion that the caso should bo thor-
oughly threbhed out In tho Circuit
Court before being carried up.
This tlmo tho defendants moo that
questions of law ho reserved to the
Supremo Court. The motion Is sup
ported In 1111 nflidnvlt by D. L. With
iugton, Tho claims that tho defendants
11 io unnblo to di tei nilno whether pl.iln
,lff Inli nds to try the cuio in tho local
uiiirts or In Uobioii.
WATER WORKS CLEBJKS
BUSY COUNTING COIN
The elerlcul at.iff of tho wuter
works bmunu woiked until 11
o' lock laht night counting up tho
money tuKon In yeUeid.ij, which
was the last day foi pajing wntor
lotos without the penalty of 10 per
cent. Interest charged. The ; roceeds
for the period conipnie u favor
al!) with lbo"e for the miiuo pcilod
i.i3t yea i.
The old' suits ag ilnst sewer into
ilcllmiut ills, Willi li wue stalled two
111 lliive m-iiib ago ,ind which hnve
been allowed to slumber, hue been
roicd nnd will bo piescd hoforo
tho District Magistrate,
Tho Veckly Edition or the Evenlnu
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
h npw of th day.
A Most ExcelUnt Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, January 3.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Jnn. 1:
Am. schr. Hclene, for Mahukona
Monday, January 6. i
MONTEVIDEO Arrived, Jan. G,
Am. sp. II. F. Packard, from Nor
folk for Honolulu, put In In dis
tress. Tuesday, January 7,
KAANAPAI.I Sailed Jan, 0:
A.-II. S. S. Texan, for Snllna Cruz.
Wednesday, January 8.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 7:
Am. S. S. Hllonlan, henco Dec. 31.
Thursday, January 9.
feAN FRANCISCO Arrhed, Jan. 9:
P. M. S. S. Asia, henco Jan. 3,
Saturday, January 11.
SAN FRANCISCO Soiled Jon. 10.
A.-li. S. S Arlzonun, for Honolulu
A.-H. S. S. Nebrnskon, for Sound.
HILO Arrived Jnn. 7:
Am. bk Annie Johnson, from San
MAHUICO.N'A-Sallcd .tan. 7:
Am schr. 11. C. Wright, for San
NKWCASTLi: Arrhod Jan. !):
Br S. H. Highland 'Monairh, lietiro
YOKOHAMA- nlvcd Jan. 11:
P. M. 8. B. Hlhurlu liruce Uoc. SI.
Mou'day, January 13.
RAN rilANClSfO Sailed Jan. 12:
Am. bktne. lringar.1. for IIouoluHi
Am. bk O. C Tobej, for Honolulu,
Am. bk Fort Oeorpe, for Honolulu
Am. bk K. M Phelps, for Kalniliil.
KAN FTIANCISCO ArrUed, Jan. 1.1:
Am S S. Kutorprlso, finui Hllo,
OAVIOTA Sailed Jim. 11:
Am. S. S. W. S. Poller, for Hono-
f!AN BIEGO Arrhcil Jan. 12:
A -II. H. S. Muxlcnn, from Sallna
Tuesday, January 14.
SAN rilANCISCO Arrived Jan. 14:
O. S. S. Alameda, hence Jnn. 8.
MOJ1 Airlcd, Jnn. 12:
S. S. Admiral Boiresen, henco Dec.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jnn. 14:
Nippon Mmu, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 14:
Hongkong Maru, for Honolulu.
Wednesday, January 15.
MONTEREY Arrhed. Jan. 14:
Am. sp. Falls of Clyde, henco Dec.
SAN DIEGO Sailed Jan. 14:
A.-H. S. S. Mexican, for San Fran
cisco. NEW RECEIVING STATION
IS NEARLY COMPLETED
The Knllhl Receiving Stntlon,
work on which Is being rushed for
the accommodation of "Dr." J. Lor
Wallach and his twelve patients
whom he Is to "euro" of leprosj', Is
nearly completed and will be ready
for use by tho tlmo Wnllnch and
Pinlihnni return from Moloknl with
Tho buildings aro arranged In a
hollow squnre and aro painted green
with whlto trimmings. They are lo
cated on the opposlto sido of the res
ervation from tho old buildings. Tho
latter hnvo been repaired nnd reno
vated. A small steam laundry Is to
ho erected on the ground.
The now buildings will bo used
for the ordlnnry purposes of n re
ceding stutlon after Wallach gets
COLLEY At Maternity Home, Jan.
14, 1908, to the wife of F. K. COI
lnv. n Hno.
DA VIES At Crnlgslde, Nuuanu nve-
nue, Jan, IC. 1008, to Mr. nnd
Mis. Clivu Diivtes, n dnughtor.
ICINN'EY-GUERIIUUO At Waln
luu, Oahu, on Thussday, Jnn. 7,
1008, by tho Itov. Fnther ClomonL
Mr. l.owoll Kliuioy to Mies Julia
, ,0" ,q
An old sailor, claiming to have lrt'011
Ju tho Ki-oat fight with Admlrjl Uewey,
has been liauglng mound tho Naval
Station horo for the Vist weuL or mi
IF Is said that he iccelvod n giealedoul
of publicity Just nlier this Inttlu on
icc'fiuiit of n novol icniiiik which ho
it le'ported to bine made Just pie
!oii to the fight to the Admiral. Ho
wna slandlug b Dewey nnd n war coi-
rehpouilent, when Duwey undo 1 01110
lem.-irk about bogiimlng tho attack tho
lollowliig day. When the old talt
heard this lemnik, ho Immcdlntoly
begged Dowuy to wilt still another
twentj'-four hours. When asked the
lenson for tho strnngo outburst, tho
sailor replied that ho had lCceUod tho
worst licking in his Ufa when at school
on that Bauio date, nnd ho had n pio
monition that something would go
wrong It Dcwoy mndo tho attack tho
following day. Dowoy laughed, hut
It hi said that ho seilously consldeied
postponing tho fight ono day on ac
count of tho sailor's superstition. He
did not, how over, and tlio Bailor's fore
boilings caino to naught, 11s history
2MP Fine Job Printing at the Bui
o u i 6 li j
fl oS f o
1 nil moon Jnn. 18, nt3:07 a, m.
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that ot tho meridian of 157
iegrces 30 minutes. Tho time whlstlo
blows at 1:30 p. m which Is the same
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local tlmo for the
Tuesday, January 14.
Schr. Ea, Itnsmusson, from Eureka,
"4li p. tn.
Wedno3daj January lli.
SMnr. Mlkahala, Gregory, from Ha
waii, n m.
Stmr. Clnudlno, Dennett, from Ha
waii, a 111.
Am. bkt Coronado, Langfolt, from
San Fi nnclseo.
ft fJ a -X :
51 DEPARTED '
Jt ic 3t ic m a ji if a n k 3i (? a
Tiieoitny, January 14.
Simr Ivinlnul, ScK, fbr Maul and
AIul.il.nl lioni, r, ji. m
Hlnn. W (1. Hull, Thompnon, for Ka
uai tiortH, r. p. in.
Stmr. Mmmii 1.0a, slnieiism, for Ha
waii nnd Maul ports, 12 111.
S. S. Mlmoha, Bone, for Newcastle,
4:20 p. m.
Stmr AJatil, Ilruhn, for Hnwnll ports,
3:20 p. m.
P. M. S S. Mnnchurlu, Saunders, for
the Orient, C 23 p. m.
S S. Amlral Fotirlchon, Tnloimc, for
San Francisco, 3 IB p. m.
4 5C IC 3J M 3C 3f ? i H M 5C K JO
IT. S. A. T Sherman, Hrugulerro, for
Guam and Nagasaki, C p. in.
J( 31 H K M JJ M K M Ji K M 3 H 311 3
Per stmr. Clnudlno, Dennett, from
Maul and Huwaii, Jan, 15. H. Glrard,
'.. K. MejorB, F. W. Terry, H. P. Bald,
win, ir A. Baldwin, T. B. Lyons, Klin
Du Shan, J. P. Fernandez Jr., 'J. S.
Ferry, B. Waggoner, D. Conwny.
Per Btmr. Mlkahala, Oregory, from
Makawell, Jan. 1G. Mrs. Ledwnrd.
MnBler Ledwnrd, E. A. Knudsen, Cap
tain Masher, Mrs. Geodllclc, Miss Aid
rich, Capt. Bradlej', liana Iscnbcrg,
S PASSENGERS DEPARTED 5C
Per stmr. Klnau, Jan. 14, for Hu
wall nnd way ports. II. L. Ljon and
wife, O. Ii Bryant, C. Haj V. S. Ten-noj-,
Mrs. II. Moses and children, J. D.
Tucker, Jnrod (!. Smith, A. C. Bauni-
garten nnd wife, Mrs. Robert Horner,
threo children and Bervant, Mrs. F. M.
Dlas, Mrs. Dskew, D. U With
Ington, William Henry nnd wife,
E. Mnby, N. S. Riley, C. M. Jamleson,
Mrs. M. A. Jackson, Mrs. K. Wilson.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, Jan. 14, for
llnwall and Maul ports. J, W. Wlow,
wlfo and child, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ma
goon nnd children; Mrs. W. Maun, W.
Per Btmr. W. O. Hall, Jan. 14, for
Kauai ports. A. Robinson nnd wife,
Mrs. Purvis nnd daughter, Mrs. A.
McUurn, C. II. Kluegel, J. D. Whlto.
Per Btmr. Iw-alanl, Jnn, 14, for
Maul and Moloknl. Mrs. H. T. Holt
mtinn, Mra. W. II. Plnco nnd son,
Rev. Father Joseph.
1 PASSENGERS BOOKED
Si K )t X i ii U a StaRKKS
Pci stmr. Miknhaln, Jim. IC, for
Kuunl. II. P. Ilahh.ln.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
COI I'MDIA lllVICR ENTIIANCE, OR.
Notice Iiiih been lerohod that Co-
unibla Rlvoi Llght-VobSel No 50, st.i-'
iloiieil off tho entraiK-o to Columbia
Hher. about 7 7-8 miles S. S. W. 3S
W. fioin'Capo Dlsappolulment Light
HoiiBo w'nihliiglon, 1ms been damaged
by collision, and withdrawn from her
station. She will bu lupluced uti soon
Notice Is hereby given thnt Tpn-Foot
Rocks Buoy, a IIS. 3rd-class spar,
marking a bargo load of locks acci
dentally dumped 230 feet from high
water mnrk on Whaler Island, Snn
Luis Oplspo Bay, California, has gono
adilft. It will bo icf laced ns Boon as
Notlco has been lecelvod that Relief
Light-Vessel No. 70, stationed about
2H miles S. W. G-8 S. from Umatilla
Reef, Flattery Itocks seacoast of
Washington, bus gono adrift. Sho will
bo replaced as soon as practicable,
HUMBOLDT BAY ENTRANCE, CAI
Notlco Is horeby given that North
Jetty Outer End Buoy No. 1, n black
Ht-class spar, heretofore reported
.idrlft, was replaced December 30,
By Older ot tho Ltght-Houso Board.
-m. lit. p-m
p o a.m
3 46 B of fl 40 j JJ
6 30 9 ai 6 40 5 jt)
7 to 9 4 A 4" J
T 47 10 fl 40 f 4t
8 tJ II $ 6 $ 41
8 JT II 18 6 40 J 4
9 U II JS 6 40 5 O
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