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Oceanic Stated 3rd Dcflrce.
Honolulu Chapter Installation.
All visiting members of he
order are cordially Invited to
attend mattings ot local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3fcI. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 in 1. O. 0. F. Hall. Fort Street
K. H. HKNDRT, Secretary
UBN. P. VICKERa, N. U.
All visiting brothers very cordtally
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Moots evory Tuesday evonlng at
i : 30 o'alock In K. ot P. Hall, cor.
Hurt ami Uerctanla. Vlsttlng broth'
rs cordially Invited to attend.
W. L LYLE, C.C..
K. WALDRON, K.R.S.
0AHU LODGB, No. 1, K. of P. '
Meets ocry Prlday evening at
7-80 In K. lit P. Hull, corner Port
and Ilerrtnnlii Visiting brothers
tordlnlly Invltod to attend.
A. a..DI3BUINa, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE. K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. O. E
Honolulu Lodge No. 61G, D. P. O
K., will meet In their hall on King
Dear Port street overy Friday even
Uy order ot the H It.
IIAHKY A. WILDER,
p. n. hichardson, a. n.
Wb. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.o P.
Mets every Saturday evening at
7: JO o'clock in 'IC. ot P. Hall.-cor
Port and Reretanla. Visiting broth'
trs cordially Invited to attend,
w. l. riiAznp!, c.c,
E. A. JACOH80N, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Masts on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Bsrotanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
'end. W. L. PUAZEE. W-, Prest.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets avery (lrst and third Thura-
eays of eaoh month at Knights n
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers' cor
dlally Invited to attend.
J. V. ABCH, 8achem.
A. B. MURPHY, O. of It.
and oloth of A-l quality can be pur'
F. 0. Box 061. Telephone 031.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modem SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de-
toriptlon made to order. Boiler work
and BIVJ5TED PIPM for irritation
purposes a ipetlaltr. Particular at'
fentioa paid to JOB WORE, and,re
pain executed at shortest notice.
flmdl and Medium Hiies, Complete,
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
(Tos. 44-60 Kin? St., Xafety Blk., bt.
Huuanu and Smith Sts.; Tel. ISO
Three Men in a Boat
or thirty makes no difference if the
craft tram by
Charles D. Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS
King Bt. nr. Alapai
M, Phillips & Co.
Wholesale importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY QOODt
"ORT uW OUEDN ra
gajp-'Tor Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
K.(ng and Bethel Sts.
Gas Co., Ltd.
Einnlarrmtnt OEce innnlies all Na-
tfonalitiea k plantations, contractors
163 KINO ST.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order,
Picture Framing a Epeoialty.
803 6. BERBTANIA ST,
can be done very easily with your
Japanese servant by purchasing an
English and Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
At All Watehdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and K3IG Sts., Honolulu.
Japanese Curios, Bilk Kimoaos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
0TEL STREET NSAX BETHEL.
Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Real Estate: Mt'c. Loans: Collec
tions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lie
tnses. Office 70 Merchant Bt. Phone 811.
You Want EleotHe Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call tho
UNION BLFnTBIO CO.,
60 Beretania St Phone 315.
PHST- Fine Job Printing at the Bui
Rent Franklin cars. Stkyds. Stbls.
Phone 462 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
C. K. King loft for Hawaii today on
llio steamer Klnau.
Matinee nt the Orpheum every
Wednesday and Saturday.
MrB M Kane, of Hnlawa, Molokal,
camb In on tho Btcamcr Iwalanl,
II. Goffard and Clcorgo Ix:nord wcio
nirhnls In tho Iwalanl from Molokal.
. Juit arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis-
tin. Hawaiian Office Speoialty Co.,
Jury Is waited In tho damngo suit
of Joseph 0. Carter, trustee, against
Let "Trent Trust Co. show you the
houses tlioy havo for rent If yon aro
a house hunter.
Swooping cut-prlco sale lace cur
tains three yards long, 78c a pair and
up at A. Dloni's.
Tako your diamonds, watches and
Jewelry to Carlo, who will pay a price
that will surprise you.
T. Jl. Harrison for defendant has
filed n general denial to tho complaint
of Kahlklna against Kalcl.
J. P. Kodrlgues, trustee, has brought
suit for J1G55 on n promissory note
against William McCandless.
Judgment against Ewa Plantation
Co., in its Income tax cane was (lied
in the Supreme Court jcstonlay.
Thcro will be n meeting of the
Women's Guild of St. Clement's thh
nftornoon at 3 o'clock In the guild
I.tllha street residents wilt hold a
meeting on street car schedule affairs
In tho School street schoolhoiiso this
W. C. Acht for defendant has Died n
general denial tn tho complaint of
Tony C. Afong against Hawaii Land
W. K. Shaw left In tho Hllonlan to
ilny for 8an Francisco, whero he will
start u commission business In Ha
Dainty meals aro sorted at the Al
exander Young Cafe, tho best-appointed
Cafe In Honolulu, at popular prices,
Tiy their candles.
Coit your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
You will he surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties. California
rort Co., ngonte.
Judge, S. II. Dole, accompanied by
A. H. Murphy, departed today for Illlo.
Mrs. Dole, was also among tho out
Tho General Arthur Cigar Is ono of
the oldest on tho market. It Is still
gaining In popularity. M. A. Ounst &
Co., Fort and King streets.
Daisy Wagner and Albert Toogood
were bound oer In $500 each, for vio
lation of a section of tho Edmunds
Act, by Commissioner Hatch.
The Whito Family Rotary (lock and
chain stitch) Is tho best sowing ma
chine In tho world. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 126G, Fort street. Phono 488.
I A. Dickey, examiner, has ren
dered a favorable report on tho peti
tion of F. K. Howard for a registered
tltlo to land nt Maklkt containing 7.28
Frank Jnclnthn, drUer of hack 118,
Is charged with hccdlcsB driving, a
warrant havo been sworn out by Ah
Wal, who claims to havo had a Hal
Architect Lydecker leaves for La
halna today In connection with tho
selection of a site for the proposed
monument to Kamchamcha HI. to be
Floors need a covering that Is eas
ily cleaned, does not hold tho dirt,
never fades, and Is easy on tho feet
That spells Linoleum. Lowers &
Tho nursery bottlo can bo warmed
In u fow minutes with the Klcctrlc
Water Heater. Oct them at tho Ha
waiian Klcctrlc Co., Ltd., 223 King
btrcct., Phono 390.
Tho old-stylo razor man wonders
whether or not his face will pass with
out n Bhavc, hut tho Gllctto Safety
Razor man Just rubs his chin and
smiles. Hollistor Drug Co.
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works has turned over to Food Com
missioner Duncan tho puro food head
quarters as altered for tho accommo
dation of Federal assistants.
Governor Frcar yesterday appoint
ed L. P. Lincoln of Pnhochoe, Knokn
Kaaua of llookena and Abraham Hallo
of Keel, fence commissioners for tho
district of South Kona, Hawaii.
Faco and scalp treatment, mani
curing, vibratory treatments can be
had at Room G, the Young Hotel, 2nd
floor, at Miss A. de Lartlguo's hair
dressing parlors. Telephono 3,50.
Decauso tho welfaro of your family
Is tho most Important thing In the
woild to yon, you should havo re
Kpomdblo guai dlans and executors.
Hawaiian Trubt Co., Fort street.
I,oern of good music. Tho Hawaii
an Nows Co. has arranged to got Edi
son phonograph records of popular
music nt tho samo time thoy como
out In Now York. Young building.
Lincoln Loy McCandloss has peti
tioned for a registered tltlo to two
parcels of land nt Walhiano, Ewa, as
sessed for taxes at a valuation of (200.
Ono lot contains 1.46 acres and the
othor 1700 squaro foot.
Tsuno Nnkashlma Ib suing Sayichlro
Nakashlmn for divorce on tho ground
of non-suppoft. Sho chnrgOH him with
Idleness and having forced her, from
her own earnings, to support him.
Thoy were married In 1904. '
A. N. SANFORD.
Boston Building. Fort Street.
over May & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
slth thslr'naw FRENCH dry cleaning
268 Beretania 8t. Phone 1491.
San Francisco Revives Plan
To Send Unfortunates Away
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 27. Tho San Frnnclsco Supervisors
hao decided to send nn agent to Hoi,olulu to ncgotlnto with tho Territo
rial authorities for the care of tho fourteen lepers In tho Isolation houho
here, tho lepers to bo sent, If arrangements enn bo made, to tho settle
ment nt Molokal.
REPUBLICAN LEADER AS REBEL
LISIION, Portugal, Jan. 27. Antonio Almcld, n leader of tho Re
publican party, was nrrcstcd today charged with being at tho head of the
conspiracy recently discovered to overthrow tho Government and estab
lish n republic. Ills arrest has created a sensation here.
TO CHECK PHILIPPINE SLAVE TRADE
WASHINGTON. I). C, Jan. 27. Tho Scnato debated today-on the
proposed additions to the penal cod imposing penalties on persons con
victed of engaging In the slinc trndo In tho Phlilpplno Islands. No
rctlon was determined upon.
POTTSV1LLK. Pa., Jan. 27. The mills nnd the qolllcrles here;
which employ thirty thousand hnuds, and which were forced to close
down during the recent financial stringency, have resumed operations.
m 1 m
SAN FRANCISCO T0NQS AT PEACE
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 27. Tho leaders of tho four Chlncso
tongs, who have been carrying on n bloody war In this city and In Oak
land for tho 'past two months, Blgnul n pence treaty today.
FRANCE ALLOWS NO INTERFERENCE
PARIS. France, Jan. 27. In n ilehato In tho Chamber of Deputies
today, M. I'lclion, tho Minister of Foreign Affairs, stated that Franco
would hevei permit the Internationalization of Morocco.
'" $ RECEIVER FOR ELECTRl6 ROAD .,..,
CHICAGO, III., Jnn. 27. Receivers hnvo been appointed for tho
Chicago ,nnd Milwaukee Electric Railroad and tho Frost prlvato bank,
which Is connected with tho railroad.
HONDURAS UPRISING THREATENED
WASHINGTON.. I).. C, Jan. 27. A dispatch was received horo to
day announcing. 1hc beginning of nil uprising against tho government In
Honduras. , ,
THAW TRIAL NEARS ITS CLOSE
NEW YORK. N. Y.. Jan. 27.
Its case tod.iy and tho case will go
WATERFRONT NOTES a
Freight space on tho Alameda this
trip has been ut a premium, for now
that tho quarnutlno has been totally
raised this popular steamer has nil
that sho can carry. In round num
bers, tho freight which sho will carry
when sho goes away tomorrow morn
ing at 10 o'clock will bo as follows:
S500 bunches of bananas, 1000 bags
coffee, 2500 bags rice, COO caBcs green
pines, 500 cases canned pines, COO
empty barrels, G000 bags sugar. Tho
Alameda has qulto a number of pas
sengers booked for this run to tho
Coast, but It is to bo hoped that she,
as well as tho rest of tbo steamers,
will bring moro people horo than thoy
tako aw a.
Tho Fort George, ono of tho four
ships which raced down from Frisco,
Is docked at tho railway wharf, whero
bho will discharge u part of her gen
eral cargo. On account of tho fact
that thero wnB no specified agreement
between the masters of the vessels
when thoy left tho Coast, tho under
standing being thnt tho first vessel to
reach tho Hawaiian Islands being tho
winner, tho Ersklno M. Phelps Is tho
winner of tho raco, although It Is said
that tho Foit Goorgo sighted land first.
Tho four essels left San FrnucUoo
on tho samo, tide, but It was merely
n. coincidence, tia thoro had been no
previous arrangement between them.
Tho Pacific Mnll llnor Asia arrived
hero lute last evening and cuno to
her dock nt tho Hncklcld wharf. Her
passenger list was unusually small
trls trip, for tho Ssla Is a splcudod
paBbengcr vessel and on most occn
slons comes hero with n full list.
Sho Is a Inrger boat than tho China or
any of tho Japaneso Maru ateamers,
according to her first officer. Tho
Asia will sail for tho Orient and tho
Philippines this nftornoon at 4 o'clock.
This is sailing day for a- number of
tho Inter-Island steamers. Tho Klnnu
sailed today at noon for Illlo ami Ha
waii ports with freight and passengers,
and the W. O. Hall and the Iwalanl
are due to pull out at 5 o'clock. Noth
has arranged to have POPU
LAR MUSIC EDISON PHON
OGRAPH RECORDS on sale
at the same time here in Ho
nolulu as anyone can buy
them in New York.
That means that your mu
sic will be up-to-date if you
buy it here.
November, December, and
January records now on sale.
Alex. Young Bldg., Bishop St.
00 BACK TO WORK
Tho defenso In tho Thaw trial closed
to tho Jury on ThurBdny.
ing definite has been learned as to tho
, llmo of tho coming of tho Maunn Ken
from tho Coast. Captain Freeman
l went up somo tlmo ago to brlijg the
I new Inter-Island steamer down, but
tho work of finishing her decks and
cabins has been delayed by tho heavy
rains on tho Coast. '
A case of sickness of some Kind
must have broken out on tho Mon
golia after sho loft Honolulu on her
last trip to tho Coast, for tho Exam
iner has tho following to sny about
her. When the Mongolia was hero
nothing was reported, nnd sho had
no tioublc, except the usual quaran
Tho crew of tho big steamer Mon
golia, numbering fort-flvo white) per
bona and 228 Mongolians, are antici
pating u lively tlmo when their vnc
1 Inntlons "take." Owing to tho cato
of Blckness on board upon arrival
from tho Orient Saturday night, nil
l.nnds on board, 'except tho saloon
passongers, were vaccinated by tho
quarantine officers beforo being ul
lowed to land. Tho Mongolia was
discharging freight on pier 14 yca
toulny, and will havo this task com
pleted by tomorrow night.
Tho llnora of tho Pacific Mall run
will hcieafter mako tho oyago from
San Frnnclsco down hero u six duys,
according to ndvlcos received this
morning nt tho Hackfeld office. Thoy
will nrrho hero on tho morning of tho
sixth day. If they got awuy fiom San
Francisco on tlmo , Tho next ship of
this lino to arrlvo hero will l)u the
Mongolia from San Francisco, which
Is due hero qn tlio morning of Febru
ary C, and tho Korea Is duo hero on
the 7th from the Oilent.
Tho Mntson Steam Navigation
Compaq's liner Hllonlan loft her
dock this morning at 10 o'clock 011
l.or regular trip to San Frunclsco. Sho
carried a fair number of passongers
for tho Coast, and considerable
freight, the majority of which wao
bananas. The Hllonlan only cairlcd
2,"00 bags of sugar but the most of
her freight space was filled with
bunches of bananas.
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, January 3,
NEW0A8TLB Balled Jan. 1:
Am. Bchr. Helene, for Mahukona.
Saturday, January 11.
NEWCASTLE Arrived Jnn. 9:
Or, S. 8. Highland Mbnarch, hence
YOKOHAMA Arrlvod Jan. 11:
P,'M. B. 8. Siberia, honco Dec. 31. '
Monday, January 13.
SAN FRANCI8CO Sailed Jan. 12:
Am. bktne. lrmgard, for Honolulu,
Am. bk. O. C. Tobey, for Honolulu.
Am. bk Fort George, for Honolulu,
Am. bk. B. M. Phelps, for Knhulul.
OAVIOTA Sailed Jan. 11:
Am. 8. S. W. 8. Porter, for Hono
lulu. Tuesday, January 14.
MOJI Arrived, Jan. 12:
8. 8. Admiral Uorrescn, henco Dec.
Friday, January 17.
MONTEVIDEO Sailed Jan. 11:
Am, sp. D. F. Packard, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 17:
V. 8. A. T. Uuford, henoo Jan, 8.
Saturday, January 18.
BAN rilANOISCO Arrived Jan. 18:
A.-1L S. B. Novadnn. honco Jan. 9.
Monday, January 20.
SAN FHANCI8CO Arrived Jan. 18:
P. M. 8. S. Mongolia, hence Jan. 12.
OAVIOTA Arrived, Jan, 18:
Am. sp. M. B. Chllcott, hence, Jan. 3.
VICTORIA Arrived Jan. 18:
Dr. S. 8. Mlowcra, hence Jan. 11.
HILO Sailed, Jan. 18:
A.-H. 8. 8. Columbian for Snllun
Tueeday, January 21.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Jan. 10:
Ur. S. 8. Lord Stanley, for Honolulu
NEWCASTLE Arrived Jnn. 17:
Am. bk. Olympic, henco Nov. 12.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jan. 20:
P. M. 8. S. Chlnn, henco Jnn. 7.
VICTORIA Arrived Jan. 20:
Dr. bk. lnvcrnclll, honco Dec. 30.
Wednesday, January 22.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed. Jnn. 21:
A.-H. S. 8. Dispatch, for Honolulu.
VICTORIA Arrived Jan. 21:
Br. 8. S. Den of Ruthven, hence
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 22:
Am. S. S. Enterprise, for Hllo.
Thursday, January 23.
MAKAWELI Arrhcd Jan. 22:
Am. bktne. Hawaii, henco Jnn. 21.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Jan. 18:
Dr. S. 8. Hampstead, for Honolulu.
Monday, January 24.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jnn. 23:
Am. schr. H. C. Wright, from Ma
hukona. SEATTLE Sailed Jan. 23:
A.-H. S. 8. Ncbrnskan, for Honolulu.
Saturday, January 25..
8ALINA CRUZ Arrhed Jan. 10:
A.-H. S. S. Texan, from Knauapall,
BAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 24:
A.-H. 8. S. Mexican, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 25
Fr. S. 8. Amlrnl Fourchon, hence
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 24:
A.-H. 8. 8. Alaskan, from San Diego.
DRISHANE Arrhed, Jan, 22:
S. S. Aorangi, from Sydney, for Ho
nolulu. NEWCASTLE Sailed Jnn. 25:
Am. sp. Hawaiian Isles, for Kahulul
via San Francisco.
Monday, January 27.
SAN FRANCIBCO Sailed Jan. 25.
Am. schr. Honolpu, for Honolpu and
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 2G:
Am. bk. Gcorgo Curtis, for Honolulu.
Am. bk. Andrew Wolch, for Hllo.
YOKOHAMA, Arrived Jan. 25:
P. M. S. 8. Manchuria, honco Jnn, 11
ASTORIA Arrived Jan. 25:
Ur. 8. 8. llaron Cawdor, henco Jan.
KAHULUI Arrived, Jnn. 25:
Am. sp. E. M. Phelps, from San
KAHULUI Arrived Jnn. 27:
A.-H. 8. 8. Arlzonnn, from Knannpali
K K H K 54 BC M '-i H W Btr K X 31
B PASSENGERS BOOKED
K It J K M K M M li K W M It 1! K H
Per O. 8. 8. Alameda, for San Fran
cisco, Jan. 29. Miss L, A. Flourc, II.
W. Davis nnd wife. V. L. Tcnnoy,
Mrs. J. Rosenberg and two children,
It. Rosenberg, Miss F. Lawrence, O.
E. Hart, Sirs. Capt. E. II. Svciibou,
J. C. Godwin, E. It. Hlbbordlno, Mrs.
A. 11. Watson, Mis. Lo Mnttro, Dr.
G. F. llruckott nnd son, Miss Nan
Ilodnett. N. S. -Riley, 8. 'II. Mobob,
Capt. A. N. WutBon, H. J, Hceney,
wlfo und daughter; II. Sax, S. 1'el
eer. Por stnir. Clnudlnc, Ileilnutt, sail
ing Jan. 31. D, L. Austin, J. W.
Wnldrori, Fimnlo H. Englo, Mrs. II, A.
Ilaldwln and 2 children, Miss Kood
ridge. for stnir. Iwalanl, Self, Jim. 28, 5 p.
m. Captain Carter, Mrs. J. F. Ilrown.
A Most Excellent Aiiortment ot
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G8S. KINQST. . PHONE 585.
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,Ncw moou Feb. 1 at 1D;0C p. m.
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hours
30 minutes Blowor than Greenwich
tlmo, being thnt of tho meridian of 1C7
iegrees 30 minutes. Tbo tlmo whlstlo
blows nt 1:30 p. m., which Is tho samo
as Orcenwlch, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local tlmo for the
K . ARRIVED X
Monday, Jan. 27.
Sh. Fort Ocorge, Fullerton, from
San Frnnclsco, 1:10 p. in.
Stmr. Maul, llruhn. from Hawaii,
4 p. m.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Senrlc, from
Wnimnnnlo, 7 p. in.
Monday, Jnn. 27.
8tmr. Ko Au Hon, Tullctt, for Ka
uai ports. B:20 p. m.
Stmr. Knual, Sachs, for Hawaii
ports, 7:22 p. m.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Senrle, for
Wnimnnnlo, 7 a. in.
Tuesday, Jan. 2S.
M. S. N. S. S. Hllonlan, Johnson,
for San Frnnclsco, 10 11. in.
Stmr. Klnau, Clarke, for Hawaii
ports, 12 111.
4 K 5C IS K W M K .R 2 C M S? JC It Jl
P. M. 8. S, Asia, Gaukroger, for tbo
Orient, I p. m,
Stmr. Iwalanl, Self, for llalaw.i
and other ports, C p. 111.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, llcnnctt, for
Ahuklnl nnd other ports, S p. in.
K DUE TODAY A
llr. S. 8. Lord Stanley, Cunning
ham, from Newcastle,
X 3C 3C K M 31 S it' K 5t Sv K 5C K X
a PASSENGERS ARRIVED
. ;& JS Wi fi ,tt ii & K H . jr 30 3S K
Per 8. S. Asia, Goukroger, for Ho-
nolulu. 11. Honlg, Jl H. Purker, Tlioi.
Sander, U Hemrlch, J. R. Owens, 11.
Honlg nnd children, Mrs. J. II. Parker,
Mrs. Thos. Saudcr, Mrs. L. Hemrlch.
For Yokohama: Miss Florenco (
Schrolh, Dr. Grcgor Gurgomanz. Mr.
Valentino Doniccllo, Mrs. M. E. Hot).
herd. Mrs. Geo. French, Mis. Mary J.
Parkhurst, .Mrs. P. J. Mnglll, Mr.
Ralph Jojce, Mr. Geo. W. D.nls, Mr.
II. 11. Harrett, Capt. J. W. Swaiin,
Mlsa Grnco Clan Iter, Thos. Relet, P.
II. Williamson, Harry A. Ireland, Mr.
II. W. PIckrcll.
Por stmr. W. G. Hall, from Kn11.1l
ports, Jun. 20. L. Wcliizhclmcr, J.
S. Ferry, Mrs. Ludloff nnd children,
Gils Rose, Mlbs Carter, D. F. MiCm-
rlston, J. P. Fernnndez, A. Glrnrd,
Fukumngn, Mrs. Dremnn, Misses Mac
farlano (2), nnd 23 deck.
Por stmr. Iwalanl, from Moloknl
potts, Jnn. 2G. J. D. McVeigh, R.
IvcrB, W. Kanz. II. Glffnrd, Georgu
Lenord, S. Hujsclden, Mrs. N. Kane,
.Mrs. J. Kau und Infant, 8. II. Fugl-
yamn nnd C deck.
ii PASSENOEHH TVJT.PATiTTf.Ti
Per M. N. Co.'s S. S. Hllonlan, for
San Frnnclsco, Jnn. 28. Miss Doro
thy Rowuld, Miss Luwrcnco, Mrs.
Capt. E. II. Svenson, II. Moses, C. II.
Smith, F. A. Wlckett, C, A. Krumb
haar, J. Scharpo and family, W. 13.
Shaw, Miss L. Anderson, Mrs. J. Roi
cnboig nnd two children, R. Rosen
borg, O. W. Ilrasch, Dr. Derno Her
mann, wlfo nm child; Mnster Her
mann, J. Koolman, O. T. Stone, Mlsa
A, Svenson, Alfred llllllups, Mrs. C.
F. Peterson nnd three children,
Charles Hon, J. J. Howe, Mary A.
Austin, Dr. L. Toltekl, Mrs. Ferclrn
MONEY FOR SUBMARINES
Wnshliigjon, D. c .Inn. 17.
Chnlininn Foss of tho Nuval Com
mittee of tho House 8.1V8 Hint n hill
will bo reported from the committee
this session piovldlng 11 llbernl ap
propriation for submarino torpedo
boats for toast defenses, nnd thnt
whllo tho bill will not specify tho
fervlco, n number of tho boats will
bo for Puclflc Const stations.
John D. Rockefeller has subscribed
$100,000 to the Antl-Sninon Ln.imir.
according to T. M. ailmoro of Louls-
uiie, Ky president of the Model Li
cense Lengue. It Is admitted at the
Standard Oil offices in Now York
that Rockefeller has contributed to
tho Anti-Saloon League.
Tho Burlington and Union Pnclfln
will tnko porters off chnlr cars and do
uwny wmi iiagmon on some ot their
passenger trains, according to n dis
patch from Omaha, Neb. Retrench
ment Is given as tho reason.
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