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Honolulu Chapter Installation.
Pacific FltM Degree.
All violtlnu uieni'oors of lu
order are wndlallv invited to
Uond iattlng of local lodge
fiAMf.ONY LOIGE. No. 3, L 0. 0. F.
IUuW evuTy Uouday evening at
f.lv In I O 0 F Hell, Fort Btioet.
B tt HMNDKT, Secretary.
BUN ' VlCXHRd, N O
A'l visiting brothers very oordlally
MYSTIC LODGE, Ho. 2, K. of P.
Moots every Tuciday evening at
11 30 oV.ook la IC. of r. Hall, cot.
fcft and Barataa:t. Vlalttnj broil
ers cordially invited to attend.
W L LYLS, C.C.,
i WALD1UN, K.K.9.
OAJIU L0BGB Ho. 1, X. of P.
Miwi avorv Friday evening at
- n h K of 1' Hull, corner tort
anil ,1,1.1-iMi Visiting brothers
touliull. lii.lt. il to attend.
A. U DEERING, C.C,
Ji.1. W. WHITE, K.K.I.
K0H0LULU LODGE 618, B. P. 0. 1.
Jnnnlnlit l.nt!a. N'o. GlC. S. P. O,
.. will meet lu taelr liall on KlBf
i r Fert street every Friday ovea
Dy ordor of tlie H It.
HARRY A. WILDHU.
F. H. RICHARDSON, H. H.
Wra. H'KINLEY L0DGB Io.8, X.of J
Meeti oTery Saturday evening at
7:10 o'clock In JC. of P. Hall, ear.
Fort and Deretanla. Vliltlni nroU
an cordially Invited to attend.
TV. L. FRAZKE, C.C,
E. A. JACOU30N. K.R3.
HONOLULU AERIE HO, P. 0. H.
lUaU on the 2nd and 4th WE1
UEiirUY eveulng of each month at
7 SO o clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Uu-otauU and Fort streets.
VUltluf Eag-Uu ure lavltad to at
tend. W. L FRAZEK. W., Preit.
II T. UOORK, Seoy.
EAWAHAH TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. R. M
UcvU every flrt and third Thure
jifi of each month at Knights cit
Fythtan Hall Vlaltlng brothura nor
ltully Incited to attond.
J W. AOCU, Sachem.
A. a MUIU'HY, C. of n.
and eloth of A-l quality can be put
V 0 Box 901. Telephone 981.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and llodern EUOAR KA
0HI1IHEY of every tuptioity and de-
jcnpticn made to order. Boiler work
dud RIVETED PIPES for irrigftfc'oti
purposed a tpecialry. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WOKE, and re
pain executed at ihorteit Aotlcc.
"aril and Medium Sizes, Complete.
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
&. 44-50 Eln? St., Eatsey Blk., bt.
Havana end Smith Sta.; Tel. ISO.
Three Men in a Boat
or thirty make no difference If the
craft it built by
Charles D. Walker,
BOAT AND UA0HIHE WORKS
King St. nr. Alapal
flt. Phillips Si Co
Whelesste impcriera and Jobean
AMERICAN QI1Y QOODT
I-IF1T nnj UFRH AT
jg"For Rent" earda on (ale at
the Dulletlr office.
kiii Hid Bethel Sts.
Gtis Co., Ltd.
Iloiilonncnt 0i1c3 mpylics all Ha
tioEtlm to plantation, contruetori
ud liif Usr;.
IBS KING ST.
Basiboo Farniture Made to Order.
Ficturt! rraminj; a Sjv.oialty.
3C3 S. BEEBTAHIA SI
can be dene very easily with your
apazese servnnt by purh&3in an
English and Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTOSES.
At All WatoMaaJttt.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. PORT and KIHG fits., Honolulu.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Bhirie, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Taney
ttOTEL 8THEET HEAE BETHEL.
P 31 fSurnetttt
Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer :
Real Bstate: Jiff. Loans : Colleo-
tioni. Actxt to Grant Marriat Lio-
Oflce 78 Uerehant St Phone 810.
You Want Elect: e Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UHI0H BJJCTBI0 CO.,
69 Beretania St, Phone 315.
MT Fin Job Printing at the Bui-
lil I II I IW
LOCAL AND GENERAL
To keep in touch with real estate
values in this city you must keep in
touoh with Bulletin Real Estate Ad
vertising. Rent KranVlln cum. Stkyda. Stbls.
Phone 45 for a hack. Bethel
5t. Hack Co.
Jttitltieu at the Oriihouni overy
edncday nnd Buturday.
Stit. J I). McVvIkIi arrived from
i In- .tfulukal pultlomont In- the lwu
li.nl Just arrived, HallwoodCash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Ofice Epeoialty Co..
SwcuiluB cut-price enl luce cur
talus tlirvo yards Iouk, 7Sc ii pair aud
up nt A. Illom'e.
(!us HhMp, HcciiBo clerk hi tho
Tri'ttsnry I)upnrtiuiit, ruturnvil from
K.mul in tliu Hull.
Harmony LocIk So. 3, I. O. O. K.,
will lini Inllhitluii coroiuonlea at 7:30
thin I'M-nliiK at Odd Follow hall.
Oci-anlc LodKO No. 371, I'. . A. M.,
111 inci'l In M.iKonlc Tcmiilo nl 7 3
llila ovculiiK. Work In tin- thlul Uc
Tin- prIcos yoctcrdii) iiioiiiIiik at
Oahu Jail wpru coiuluclrd liy John ,M
Martin, nssWtt'il by Wllllnm Knmt mid
by Mr. ami .Mm. Ui'iienr ami oiIkth.
The Whlto K.imlly ltoUiry (lock nud
clialli Btltch) Ik Uio beet kcwIiik ma
chlno lu tho world. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agi'lits. llfiC, Fort Btrout. Phono 4bS.
Or. Kill' (Ills week at Sachit' at Hprc
lal lirlct'B Onys. huslurv, mi'i'corlznil
v.'lilii. cooiU. black .ualvun lictllcontK,
In L'Mrn kihiiI vnliioa. Sri' our wlmliiv
It HocniH like folly to wunr vhook
with lmk'a lu tlii'm when on van
havi' llii'iu nxi'd at VIckerH Shoo Hi
lulr Shop for $1.25. Tuko llu-lii to
1113 t'nlon Direct.
l'acu nud scalp trcatmuut, mani
curing, vlluatory troatuiinta can lio
had at Room C, the Youne Hotel, 2nd
floor, nt lllsa A. dc 1-nrtlguc'it hnlr
druMFluK Jiurloru. Tulcphouo 310. '
Thu ii'gular monthly mi-ctliiK of thu
Si Andrew a (liilld and Womnn'K Aux
iliary of St. Amlruw'H cathedral, will
be held at 2:30 ji. m. today nt the res
idence, of Mm. Robert Rycroft, 1555
At I.eahl Homo yesterday after
noon the regular services were con
ducted by William Knott. Mrs. Potrlc
nsrlsted for the first time. She gave
two recitations, which were very
Rev. Dr. Doremus Scuddcr gavo tho
second of his series of sormons on
Old Testament Topics at Central
Union church yesterday morning, the
subject being Revelation. The at
tendance was large.
Takamoto, a Japaneso, wanted to
learn to ride yesterday with tho result
that ho collided with a hack at Aula.
His horse ran away and tho hack
horse's leg wns broken. Takamoto In
voluntarily remained on thu scene of
1' A. llosmcr, formerly president of
Oiiha College, lu now a member of the
Legislature of Massachufcotts, liming
boeu elected by an overwhelming ma
joilly. He Is on the Finance commit
tee, die most Important committee of
Three divorces wero granted by
Judge Lindsay Saturday. Anna
MaKIa Tourney was granted n decroo
i-ep.iratlng her from Makla Tourney,
whom bhu nccuscd of using vulgar
ninl profane langungo toward her and
driving her out of the house.
Desertion was tho pica upon which
the Judge g.ave Tsuclit Yauagl n dl
oroe from her husband, Kyulchl Ya
niigl, whllo tho ground of the com
plaint upon which Asano Takenaka
obtained n decree of divorce fiom her
husband, S. Takenaka, wua failure to
A collision between a hack and a
King street trolley car occurred near
the Junction of King and Llllha streets
lant Saturday evening. Tho King
strri'l Hjstem was put out of time for
forty minutes uml Hid occupants of
the hack, ronslstlng of Or. Hi unburn
of tho Chinese hospital, ami u com
p.iulun were spilled out on tho road.
A recoptlon Mill be given at Salva
tion Army hall, King struct and Nun-
aim nvenue, at h o'clock this evening,
to Staff Captain JIcAbeo and Adjutant
1niB, who has Just r.rrivod from Seat
ilo to lake charge of tho Industrial
Home and lencuo work of Honolulu.
The occasion will also bo a farewell
to Adjutant Lena Andorson, who for
some ears has faithfully lolled here.
W. JI. Mlnlnn and W. L. Howiml.
as a delegation from Pulolo, called
on Governor Frear Saturday to
urge upon him once more tlio groat
need of a resenolr for the Pulolo and
Kulmukl districts. Tho (lovcrnor,
while uble to offer no doflnlto en-
coiinigement, s.ild that ho would look
Into tluv matter fuither and see if
anything tould bo done. Tho dllll
culty Is that theio Is no appropriation
for this reservoir In the Loan Fund,
and no money available from other
A roport ia received at tho pollco
Btatlon Saturday to tho ecct that
two men had burglarized a house In
tho Portuguese camp of tho Kahuku
plantation. One of them had been
captured aud was being taken to
town by Manager Andrew Adams In
his automobile. It was hoped that
the man might prove to bo ono of the
escaped prisoners, Rodriguez or Lo
pez, but when .Andrews brought tho
man la. he turned out to be a Portu
guese. Ho gave his name- as Manuel
HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JAN.
a. n. mm,
Boston Building. Fort Street,
over May & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
dene by the
Mth their now FRENCH dry clsantna
58 Beretanla St. Phone 1491.
Roosevelt Highly Enthusiastic
WASHINOION. I). ('., Jan. 2C. - Piesldent RooHovelt, In transmit
ting to Congri'iis S.'i'ietary Tuft's report on the Philippines, declares that
America's conduct toward those Islands foinis tho brightest page In his
tory. Any other policy than that pursued would h.ie resulted In ruin.
Tho President considers thn Flllplmm as being yet far from self-gov
FLOUENVK. Italy. Jan. 25. The
LouIkr d la Itamee, better known as Oulda, ' wan born at Hury
Snlnt Edmunds. ICngland, her father having been Kngllsh nud her moth
er French. She was chiefly known us a uocllst, her works having been
very numerous ami having a wldo eliculatloii. For home jearx before her
ucath sho made her lesldenre In Italy, whore of late carx she has been
In abject po'verlj. 'Tudor Two Flags" Is one of her most popular nov
els, tt having been dramatized.
NEW YORK BANK GOES OUT
NEW YORK. N. Y.. Jan. 2fi.
has been closed on account of licav
This was the bank Hint sustained bitch n long run during tho Octo
ber panic. The last statement of IU condition shows It to have capital of
$2,000,000. Net profits $2,207,000. Deposits $8,067,000. Lonns $12,
000,000. Cash $055,000. Percentage of reserve 6.0. The failure of the
bank Indicates that although it withstood a terrific run, confidence was so
far destroyed that It could not recover.
TRANS-ATLANTIC WIRELESS IN PARIS
PARIS, France, Jun. 25. Tho Government is Installing a wireless
telegraph system on the Eiffel Tower and expects to communicate with
ROCKEFELLER EMPLOYS CITIZENS FIRST
TARRYTOWN, ' N. Y., Jan. 25. John D. Rockefeller has discharg
ed all foreigners working on his estate and hired needy citizens In their
I ' m i m
PRIEST PETR0FF PUNISHED FOR LIBERALISM
ST PETERSDURR. Russia. Jan. 20. Petroff, a noted priest of tho
flreek faith, has been unchuiched because of his liberal views In politics.
SUIT TO DESTROY HARRIMAN'S MERGER
WASHINGTON', D. C, Jun. 25.
begun a suit to dissolve the merger of
TORPEDO FLEET AT
RUENOS AYRES, Argentina, Jan. 20. Tho United States torpedo
llotlllu has arrived hero and been accorded an official welcome.
MOTHER EDDY CHAHGES HER RESIDENCE
llOSTON. Mass., Jan. 2C Mother Eddy, the Christian Scientist lead
er, hus. removed her household to her new homo lu llrnokllnc.
WASHINGTON, I). C, Jan. 25. A reply has been forwarded to Ja
pan's memorandum on the subject of Immigration.
PARIS. France, Jan.
iltuatlou us being grave
AMBASSADOR A0KI ARRIVES HOME
TOKIO, Japan, Jan. 25.
eel veil a warm welcome.
MOTHER OF JAPAN'S
TOKIO, Julian, Jan.
at the age of eighty.
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' WATERFRONT NOTES
W k x n x u a c x :t n x k h
Thn e lutei'-lslnilil boats eaine In
jestirdaj from tho various Island
ports. The Iwalanl hiought hlxleun
passengers and n ijnatitlly of Weight
fiom Molokal. Tho W. (I. Hall cainojpnlls tomoirow morning at 10 o'clock,
In fiom Kauai early In the uioriilnKt will have the gieator part of her
with 3S30 bags or BUgar and 250 lugs , iclght bpnet ocmpled by 2100 tons
of cocoanuts. Thu Bteamer Noeau, uf sugar, 4(100 bunches of. lmnanus,
Captain Oiicbs, ran Into a hunch ofinuo bags of lice, and a large ship-
bad weather, and had 0110 of her boats
capsized and smashed In tho surf at
Uonokaa laBt Thursday. The Noeau
carried 1SO0 bags of sugar,
The Matson steamer llllonlan Is duo
to leave hero for the Coast In the
morning at 10 o'clock. A largo num
ber of passengers are booked for thu
A steamer which signalled her
nama. as tho British steamer Orlann
pussed this port Saturday, though sho
did not enter the harbor. Sho Is bound
for Vancouver from Nowcastlo with a
consignment of coal. Tho reason for
Kee Lox Clean
MAKE IMPRESSIONS that
ore permanent. They do not
rub or smear, because they
ARE oltau; for the same rea
son, they are used longer than
the grease carbon papers, and
make clear-out reoords.
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
novelist "Oulda" Is dead.
The National Hank of North America
withdrawals of deposits.
Attornoy General Ronaparto has
the Harrlmnn System of railroads.
REPLY TO JAPAN
26--A illiiLitrli from Madrid lopioEontn tho
Cominerie , p.ir.ilyzed.
-Amb.ins.ulor Aokl ha3 arrived here. Ilo re-
mother of the Empress of Japan Is dead
the coming of the Orlanii fo close to
this port, nearly kOn miles out of nor
ri-puliir course, anil still not putting
In hco Is coiiBldeied somewhat of u
mystery nloug the wutei front.
The Matson liner llllonlan, which
nient of fresh pineapples. Sho will
also have considerable general cargo
for the Coast.
Tho American hark Amy Turner,
Capt. Warland, sailed Saturday after
noon for Frisco. Sho wbb duo to leave
somo tlmo ago, hut was held up on
account of her full cargo of sugar not
urrlvlng from tho other Islands. The
Marston will tako hor placo at the
Master plumbers' examining board
Is shorn of Its power by Berkeley
trustees, who uncover alleged cm'
bargo on competitors.
IN MM PORTS
CABLS UP0RT OF SAN
Friday, January 3.
NKWCA3TLH Balled Jan. 1:
Am. Bchr. Helens, for Mahukonn.
Saturday, January 11.
NEWCASTLE Arrivod Jan. 9:
Br. S. a. Highland Monarch, hence
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jan. U!
P. M. B. S. Siberia, hence Doc. 31.
Monday, January 13.
SAN FRANCIBCO Sailed Jan. 12:
Am. bktna. lrmgard, for Honolulu.
Am. bk. O. C. Toboy, for Honolulu.
Am. bk Fort George, for Honolulu.
Am. bk. H. M. Pholps, for Kahulul.
OAVIOTA Balled Jan. 11:
Am. S. 8. W. 8. Porter, tor Hono
Tuesday, January 14.
VOJI Arrived, Jan. 12:
8. S. Admiral Uorreseu, henco Dec,
Friday, January 17.
MONTEVIDEO Hailed Jon. 11:
Am. sp 11. F. Packard, for Honolulu
HAN FRANCIBCO Arrived Jan. 17:
U. 8. A. T. Uufurd, hencu Jan. S.
Saturday, January 18.
SAN FItANCISOO Arrived Jan. 18:
A.-1 1. S. S. Nuvndim. honuu Jan. 'J.
Monday, January 20.
SAN FKANCISOO Arrived Jan. 18:
P. M. S 8. Mongolia, hencu Jan. 12.
GAVIOTA Arrived, Jan. 18:
Am. cp. M. U. Chllcclt, hence, Jan. 3.
VICTORIA Arrived Jan. 18:
Ilr. 8. S. MIowora. heuco Jun. 11.
HILO Sailed, Jan. IS:
A.-H. S. 8. Columbian for Sttllun
Tuesday, January 21.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Jan. 10:
llr. 8. S. Um Stanley, for Honolulu
NEWCASTLE Arrived Jan. 17:
Am. bk Oljmplc, htuco Nov. 12.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jau. 20:
P. M. S. 8. China, hence Jan. 7.
VICTORIA Arrived Jan. 20:
Rr. bk. lnvernelll, hence Dec. 30.
Wednesday, January 22.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Jan. 21:
A.-H. S. 8. Dispatch, for Honolulu
VICTORIA Arrived Jan. 21:
Rr. S. S. Den of Ruthven, hence
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 22:
Am. S. 8. Enterprise, for HIIo.
Thursday, January 23.
MAKAWELI Arrived Jan. 22:
Am. bktno. Hawaii, henco Jan. 21.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Jan. 18:
Rr. 8. 8. Hampstead, for Honolulu.
Monday, January 24.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 23:
Am. schr. II. C. Wright, from Ma
SEATTLE Sailed Jan. 23:
A.-H. 8. S. Nebraskan, for Honolulu.
Saturday, January 25..
SAUNA cltUZ Arrived Jan. 19:
iA.-IL 8. 8. Texan, from Kaanapall,
BAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 24:
A.-H. S. 8. Mexican, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 25:
Fr. S. S. Anilral Fourchon, hence
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 24:
A.-H. B.'.S. Alaskan, from San Diego.
BRISRANE Arrived. Jan. 22:
S. S. Aorangl, fronl Sydney, for Ho
nolulu. NEWCASTLE Sailed Jan. 25:
Am. sp. Hawaiian Isles, for Kahulul
via San Francisco.
Monday, January 27.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 25.
Am. schr. Honolpu, for Honoipu nnd
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 2C:
Am. bk. Gcorgo Curtis, for Honolulu.
Am. bk. Andrew Welch, for Hllo.
YOKOHAMA. Arrived Jun. 25:
P. M. S. S. Manchuria, henco Jan. 1 1.
ASTORIA Arrived Jan. 25:
Ilr. S. 8. Baron Cawdor, henco Jan.
KAHl'LUI Arrived, .Inn. 25:
Am. sp. E. M. Phelp.i, fiom Sun
KAHULUI Arrived Jan. 27:
A.-H. 8. S. Arlronau, from Kaanapall
PRIZES GIVEN AT
THE "H0L0KU" DANCE
A "IIolnl.il D.inco" was given by tho
Kuonohlokala club at the resilience
of Mrs Piiuht, Kaplnlaiil Park, lust
Saturday night. Every lady was
diessed In a "holoku." Sumo wore
lels of lllnia, foiget-me-nols, chu.i, and
cai tuitions, Intorwovun with tho hwccI
luallo, around their necks and across
their breasts. Tho voting men .vere
likewise adorned with lels uml the
BCLiie was most atti active.
After the danco tho following prizes
weio nwuidcd: llt'Bt dressed, flrbt
prlzo, Mrs. Kckaulun! Aoua; bccoud,
Miss lloblu BubIi, eleven years old.
Most oilgluul, flrbt piizo, Miss Polly
Novvlelu Kahookaiil; second, little
Tho Judges wero Josoph Aon, Jr.,
Edward Hunt, V. N. (!. Jackson, Mlfl.
Chus. Bailey, Mrs. Chus. Blalsdcll. An
other dance will bu given In the near
Tho big steanibhlp Alaskan, belong
ing to tho American-Hawaiian Steam
ship Company, will Ball from San
Francisco on January C for this port,
Sho will bring u general cargo down
from tho Coast, and will load with
sugar hero for tho return voyage.
SOT OULLETIN AD8. PAY
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New moon Feb, I nt 10:06 p. m.
Hawaiian Standard time Is lu hours
30 minutes Blcwor than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 157
icgrces 30 minutes. Tho time whlstlo
blows at 1:30 p. 111., which Is tho.sarao
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes, Sun
and moon aro for local tlmo for the
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K ARRIVED H
Sunday. January 26.
Slmr Iwntanl, Self, rioni Muni and
Mulokiil ports. 0 n. m.
Btiur. Noeau, Mitchell, fiom Hawaii
poits, 10:15 a. 111.
Stun. W. O. Hall, Thompson, fiom
Kauai ports, 1:20 n. 111.
' DEPARTED '
Hit St 5( X JS M X A 3 V K K V 8
Monday, .laundry 27.
HI 111 r. Ke An Hon, Tilllolt, for He
wull ports, 5 11. 111.
8tmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, for
Kool.ui ports, 7 11. m.
a x a a ai h u x a m x K k x ;(
Slmr. Noeau, Mltihefl, for Hawaii
poits. 0 p. 111.
h :c x k it naas a m k k x a
llr. 8. S. Lord Stuuley, Cuuiiingliain,
from Newcastle, duo.
X PASSENGERS BOOKED M
a 2 51 5t 5t X K )! a K M Jl J! )) X
Per stmr. Kltiau, Clarke, for Ha
waii ports, sailing Jan. 28, 12 in. W
K. Notley, Mrs. W. II. Keen, Mrs. S.
D. Nash, Mrs. W. U llenham, Edson
Adams, Miss Klmcry, Miss Dell, W. L.
Hellbron, Mrs. Otwoll, E. It. Hendry,
E. C. Brown, C. A. Bachelder, Thco.
Noel, E. S. King, I. R. Wntkln, Mrs.
Ellyers, John Html and wire, W. II.
Jones, J. 8. Carton, Chns. Akans, wlfo
and daughter, J. R. Fernandez, Jr., J.
8. Ferry, Carl Smith aud two children,
MrB. C.,8. Jackson, Miss C. Hugglns,
Miss A. Loco, Miss Garry, C. E. King.
A. E. Murphy, Judgo 8. D. Dole, Mrs.
8. B. Dole, W. O. Smith.
PROGRESS III MR
I'll HAW WIK
Only One Place Found
Where Bottom Is
Practically all tho borings which
havo been obtained at the Pearl Har
bor channel so far In order that an In
dication of the cost of widening tho
channel may bo arrived at, have been
favorable. Tho borings at tho shark
pen and at Bishop's point wero com
pleted somo tlmo ago with very favor
ablo results. Slnco then borings havo
been lmulo nt pile 14, tho ono which
stands In tho opon placo vvheio thu
West Iich entrance Is, and at pllo 13,
which Is nv.kal of It, between it and
tho Bishop Point. At both these
places soft material was stiuek. By
the borings at pllo 15, tho last pllo
nianlcn. rather hard bottom was found,
tho only placo so far found where this
was tho case. At this place, however,
quite a cutoff will have to bo Hindu lo
niako tho channel straight, approach
ing very clobo to tho heath.
As tho report was made to thn
Chamber of Commerce, under whribo
direction thu woik 1 being done, that
Uio sea was exceptionally smooth this
morning, n launch was engaged which
will tow tho boring outfit out to tho
black Bluko at tho channel entrance
in order that Innings can bo inado
there, and at the pile luslilo of that,
while tho good weather lusts,
While this work has been progres
sing reportH of the results obtained
havo been sent by cable and letter lo
Vushlngton, where th(jy have 1111
.doiibtedly been of great assistance to
thoso engaged In tho work of securing
the much .desired appropriation for thn
straightening of tho channel.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
6B S. KING ST. PHONE 525.