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BVBNiNO nUI.MSTIN, HONOLULU. T It MONDAY, FED 24, 1S08
Oceanic Lodge Stated.
Perfection Fourteenth Oeg
Pacific Second Detjrce
All rUItlns mem here of die
orler are cordially InvltoJ to
nttond mattings of local lodgei
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meols every Monday evening at
7:3U In I 0 0 F Hall, Tort Street
K- K IIFNURY, Secretary
BEN V V1CKEHS. N G
All visiting brotbors very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every lueaday ovoning at
i:30 oalock In K of P Hall, cor.
Fcrt and lieretanlo Vlilttug broth-
era cordtull Invited to attend.
V I, lyu:, CC,
F WALUHON, K 11 S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. ot P.
Moetfl every Friday evening at
7-80 In IC. of P Hnll, corner Tort
and Uoretnnla Visiting broiUera
cordially Invited to attend
A Q DKKRING. C C ,
JAS WHITE. Kill
E0N0LULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu IXJdgo No 610 1) I". O
., will meet in Uieli ball on Kins
taar Foit street every Irlday oven
Inc. Dy order of tho a It
HARRY A. WILDER.
F C RICHARDSON, H. It.
Wm. M'EINLEY LODGE No 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor
Fort and Bcretanln. Visiting broth
m cordially Invited tn attend
W I. ritVZFE. CC .
i: A JACOHSOV. K It S
HONOLULU AERIE K0, T. 0. E.
Meets, on tho 2nd and 4th WHU
NiSDV t venlngs of each month at
7 20 o tn It In K of l Hall, corner
Beret inU and Fort streets.
tilling Eagles nro lavltod to at
V L FRAZUE W, Prcst.
H T MOOHE. Secy.
SAWAIIAN THIBE No. 1, 1. 0. It. M
Meets eory first and third ThuM-j
days of each month at Knights of 5
Vttninn Han viBiting Dromors tor-1
dlally Invited to attind.
J W AS( II Snihem
A E Ml ItPHY, C of It
Swell rooms en suite with or with
out baths; with every modern con
venience. Rates may be had from
Mrs. J. W. Macdonald,
WILDER AVE and PUIIAH0U ST.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS.
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Send in your oiders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Eto
The Tincst Workmanship on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St , bet. Alakea and Smith.
Japanese Cartas, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pnjuniai, Shirt Waists, Taney
HOTEL STREET HEAR BETHEL.
M h.i.ig and Bethel Sts.
"Some people like to use
s:cor.d-lmnd soap; others do
not " Max 0'Rell.
It can be avoided by
In West's Liquid Soap Dis
pensci jour skin cannot be
contaminated if you will adopt
Hotel and Fort Sts.
it will build you up
HHAMBERS DRUG GO.
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
We have a big, fresh lot of
them just m. They are
just as good as ever. Phone
'J. M. LEVY & CO.,
l Family Grocers
Holes in Shoes
are sure promoters of dis
ease Pneumonia frequently
follows an ordinary cold and
either may be brought on
by wearing poor shoes.
We Repair for $1.25
VICKERS' SHOE REPAIR
1110 UNION ST. P. 0. BOX 567.
The Weekly Edition of tho Evenlnfi
Bulletin glvea a complete summary of
trio newt of tho Cay.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If you really want it, speak up
promptly and get it. Let a BULLE
TIN Want Ad. do the talking.
Auto at haok-fnre. Tel. 405.
Pannma lints denned at tha Globe
Thonc 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hadk Co.
Altorhe) J l) Wlilto arrived from
C C Kenned) and wife wore arrlv
ols from Hawaii on tho Ktnau
C W Spitz of Nnwlllwlli arrival In
the Ila'I to tnko In tho floral Parade
Mr and Mr. C A llartwcll rp
turned from Molokal In tlio lvvulant
Bulletin Buiincii Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
ttoini) I M Vlns of Wnllitku
was n iisKciii;ir In the Klnnn last
The Hoffnian Saloon serves Hod
Hots fieo with a drink every aftor
Amdrtant Atlonicy Gcneinl i: W
Sutton rutunwd from llllo on tin
The Fashion Saloon Is now serving
in excellent dinner between 4 and 6
Mr Jnmleson nnd C Merrlnm were
passengers arriving In the Ivvnlanl
It 1. Wilcox and wife cnino fiom
Knual last Satunlii) on tho stoamoi
W O Hall
Harmony l.oi1gp No .1. I O O "
will mctt In Odd Fellows' Hall at 730
For a few woeks Mrs Kearnii'
chutney will be 2C cents per jar at
all the stores.
V V Harris malinger of the Hn
wnllati Mnhogan) Co, enmo down
fiom llllo K tturda)
T It Robinson nnd Mr and Mrs 1
I Sllvn of K.uinl wcie pnssengurs on
tlio stunner Nllhau
l)r IT 11 nillott nnd Dr J, Pinto
were nrilvnls on tho Klnau, which nr
ilvid last Siiturdu)
The Marine Engineers' Ilenellcl tl
sKoil.Ulon will meet In K of P H.ill
at 7 to this evening
A banco In honor of Washington's
hirtlidnv wnn given last Siiturdu) night
in the KulrilitB of PvtliHs Hall
llicn- will bo n special meeting of
Pncllle Lodge No SJ2. A 1' and A
M this ivenlng at S o clock in tlie
Coat )our Iron roofs with "Arabic'
You Vf 111 bo surprised at Its tooling
und iirescrvatlvo pronortlcb CallCornln
Feed Co , ngente
There will be n tegular meeting of
Oceanic I.odgo No 371, 1' und A M,
ilils mining ut 7 3u oclock foi trniiR
action of business
Tho N H S.tehs 111) Goods Co have
u new Spring lino ot mllll iicjrj , wash
materials, and curtains Just In, nnd for
sale at attr.icflvo prices
J Pelrpont bus written that owlni,
to the financial llunj he h.tR had to
postpone his conttinplitcd trip to Hn
wall to an Indefinite date
G llcox and Mr and Mrs A
& Wllinx wire nrilvuls on tho Etcam
ti W G Hall which camo in from
Kauai last Saturday morning
O II Falrchlld, C II Mcllrlde, G
I Ilenton nnd W L Hoppor wero pap
heugers In tho Hall when shu arrived
lrom tho Garden Island Saturday
The White Family Rotary (lock and
chain stitch) is the best sowing ma
uhlne In tho world. Denny & Co , Ltd ,
wants, 12CC, Fort street. Phouo 48S
St crotar V. A Mott Smith returned
from Hawaii on tho steamer Klnau
last Saturdn) Wlrilo on tho big Ik
land, ho did n great deal of riding
W W Harris states that tho tout
Ists whom he met on his recent trip to
tho Volcano told him that people In
Honolulu had been knocking this ut
W U Hills, a Tort Shatter toldlcr.
und Sam Knaloa, a stenographer, were
arrested )esterduy afternoon during
the dillliug at Aaln Park, charged
A small (lie started at tho Chinese
restaurant on Hotol street, neat Foit,
lust Saturday night, but was extin
guished b) tho lUemcn In tlmu to pie
vtnt what might have been u seiious
The following ft eight wuh brought
by tho Noeau from Hawaii ports. 70
lags Honok in sugar, 35 bead cattle, 2
packngeH sundilts Tho Noeau re
ported tho following biigar us ready
for shipment on Hawaii Ilonoka.i,
2U0 bags, Kukiilhuele, 3000
The legulur met ting ot tho Guild
ami Woman's Auxiliary of St. An
drew b cathedral will be held at half
past two (his afternoon at tho resi
dence of Mis K 1) Tonnoy A full
nttondunco Ih dcsltcd, as tho Lenten
vvoilc will hu planned at this meeting
llio arguments In tho Lahnlnaluna
cbbo before tho Supremo Oourt woio
concluded at I o'clock Friday aftei
i oon tho cate having been bcfoio tho
Court since Mimday morning No
mattei what the decision of tho Court
tho case will be carried to tho S i
pteme Court of tho United States
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525,
isn't always a sign of good eyesight.
The eyc-muselcs contract to make up
for defective vision. It's only when
they get tired of the strain that you
suffer from headache and eye-strain.
A. N, SANFOBD.
BOSTON BLDG. FORT ST.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
-,lth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
US Beretanla 8t. Phono 1401.
Australians Ask That
Battleships Visit Them
MIXHOUUNi: AiiMtrnll i. I'clnuai) 23 Tho Government of tho
Commonwealth Is inviting the Pad He fleet of the United Stutcs to visit
WHAT PACIFIC DEFENSE MEANS
NI2W YOIIK, N Y.Feb 22 M.ijor General Grant, Inn banquet
speech this evening K.ild that. In ease
would bo an insulllclent girrlson for
STEAMER WRECKED ALL SAVED
TURK'S ISI.AVD lhh.im.iR, Feb 2.1 - Tho Nova Scotia steamer lleta,
id) lug between linllfix and llcnniulu, has been wrecked. Tho pnsFcn-
geis and crew wire hived
CHICAGO, III Feb 22 Followers ot William Randolph Hearst
net In convention toda) to form a new national party. Thlrt)-flvc States
o i mc
DI2NVKU. Colo Feb 23 Father
toda) by an Italian nuiirrhlst In tho
BATTLESHIP OFFICERS ENTERTAINED
LIMA, Peru, Feb J J 'I ho President of tho Peruvian Republic en
tertained 2500 olllccis of the Amcrlci
MONTnVWF.0, Uruguay, Feb 22.
lied up by n fctrlke
imLFAS'N, Upland, Feb 23 An attempt to launch tho steamer Rot
terdam has resulted In failure. The vessel stuck upon the wu)s.
HEAVY GALES ON
LONDON, Cng , Feb 22 Ore.it
shipping There nro many minor wrecks und Bomo losses of life.
PORTUGUESE REPUBLIC EXPECTED
PARIS, Fiance, Feb. 22 Portugueso Republicans predict that tho
monarch) will be soon overturned and a republic established.
SOCIALIST MEETINGS STOPPED
PHILDI:lPHIA, Pa, Feb 23
this clt) which prevented Socialist
WASHINGTON SHINGLE MILLS CLOSED
SEATTLE. Wash , Feb 23 All
Washington uro to bo closed.
f PA8SENGERS DEPARTED
KXUUif.ESaH.lK 11 MttYX
THIJ OFFICERS of tho Intor-lsl-nnd
Com pa n nro ot tho opinion that
tho now flagship of tho fleet, tho
Mnunn Kea will drnw tho majority i
of the Dig Island p.uscngei trade i
away from tho Klnau and tho Manna '
Loa on account of the splendid flt-j
tings she has Nothing new has
been learned concerning her sched
ule. This will not bo finally arrang
ed until the crnck now boat lias ni
SOLITARY AND ALONE, weeping
tbu weep of Um loncbome, thu schoo
ner Flnuieuca Wnrd this morning Is
ecpuiatcd fiom tho flotilla of i often
hulks on thu Ewa side of the harbor
by fully twenty feet. Heretofore,
there has nlwii)s been nt least two or
threo of the mudscrapors hugging her
bides or eurtsslng her forehead, 1 c
her bowsprit. This Is u sad and
lonol) day for Fluurenco.
THE 1110 AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
freighter Nevadan, carr)lng coffee,
rugur, bnnnnns, and all sotts of
freight, pjRsengeis and mall, leaves
the port of Honolulu this evening at
ti o'clock for San Franclbco direct.
Tho noxt steamer ot ths lino to ar
rive heio will bo the Texan, which la
due Satin day.
ONLY TWO Inter-Island ho its
lcavo this port today, and the) uio
tho Ko Au Hou and tho Noeau, both
bulling at a o'clock this evening Tho
Ko Au Hou goes over to Kupua nnd
tevcral other torts nnd the Noeau
tails at Honokuu and way haruois
Ihey can) tho usual amount ot
THE CHINA IS DUE hero Filday
is the result of years of en
pcriment and improvement.
Best fitted for all the require
ments of actual use.
The Tri-color Ribbon and
removable Platen are samples
of the features that make it
the superior of all others.
Hawaiian News Co..
Alex. Young Bide, Bishop S(.
of war with Jupun, uOO.OOU troops
the Pacific Coast.
l.eo Itolnrlchs wns murdered hoio
picsence of tho priest's congitgu-
n fleet at n banquet this evening.
ARE TIED UP
The railroads centering here are
STUCK ON WAYS
gales along the Coast have damaged
Action was taken by the pollco of
the shlnglo mills In the State of
morning from the Orient with COU
tons of fi eight tor Honolulu. Tho
Koren will nrrlve In tho harbor
Match 2d fiom tho Coast with mall
and passengors She sails from San
THE KINAU nnd tho M.auna Lot
aiu loading freight preparatory to
sailing. Both steamers brought over
an unusual amount of pasbongcrs on
aiiount of the Floral Parade.
A very Interesting nnd lnstructlvo
mumoilul scivlco wuh bold In tho
Oihu prlbon jiird )eslordny. John
Jim tin presided at the meeting nnd
Ills address was, as usual, enjoyed by
tho Inmates, iho servlco wns In com
memointlou of tho birthday of
Geo i go Washington.
I'uul Super of tho Y. M. C. A. and
John Martin spoke on the character
and Integilty of George Washington.
Ed 'lovveo spoke on tho llfo of Abra
ham Lincoln, whoso birthday was on
S K Kumjloplll nnd Samuel Ka-
nahelo spoko In Havvullan and their
bpeeches weio greatly nppi eclated by
tho Inmates, It Is oxpected tho gond
woik will be continued. Mrs. Crock
ett pieslded at tho organ and her
daughter sing a bolo.
WHERE HE MIGHT GO
Mis DeSw ell "Prof Wilgwag tells
me he Is going to make a study of tho
monkey language "
Mr Knox "Indeed! Is ho going
Into soclct) or to Africa?"
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. These are tho new tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin office.
0ABLE REPORT OF SAN
I FRANCISCO MERCHANTS'
Saturday, February 1.
.'NCOUVER Sailed, Jan. 31:
Ur U. S. Mlowera, for Honolulu.
Hll.0 Sailed Jnn 31:
A It. S. S. ArlzonanT for Sallna
Monday, February 3.
Y' KOHAMA Arrived Feb. 1:
Jap S. S. Nippon Maru, honco Jnu
.RAYS IIARROR Sailed Feb 1:
Am. schr. C A. Tha) or, for Hono
Am schr. Manila, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Fob. 2
U. 8 A. T. Crook, hence Jan. 25.
HILO Arrived. Jan. 31:
Am S. S. Enterprise, from San
HH.O Sailed Jan. 30:
Am. bk Annlo Johnson, for San
Tuesday, February 4.
6AN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 4:
OSS Alameda, hence Jan. 29:
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Feb. 4:
Jnp S S America Maru, for Hono
lulu PORT TOWNSBND Arrived Feb 4:
Am sp. Jnbez Howes, from Knhulul
Wednesday, February 5.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Fob. E:
Am S S Hllonlnn, honco Jan 2S.
AN niANClSCO Sailed, Tell. 3:
Jas. Rolph, for llllo
I'dllT HARFORD Sailed, Fib 5
Am. S. S. Lansing, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. B:
U S. A. T. Iluford, for Honolulu.
Thursday, February 6.
SAUNA CRUZ Arrived Feb 2:
Am W S. Columbian, from llllo,
KAHULUI Anivod Feb 6:
A -II. S S. Mexlctin, from Honolulu
Thursday, February 8.
SAUNA CRUZ Sailed Feb. C:
A -H 8 S Tofan, foi Sun Diego.
Friday, February 7.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived IVb. 7:
Am bk R P Rlthet, hence Jan IS
SEATTLE Sailed Feb 7
A II S S Nevadan, for Honolulu.
Saturday, February 8.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Fob 7
A II. S S. Alaskan, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. S:
OSS Alameda, for Honolulu.
IULO Sailed Feb 3
Am. bk. Mohican, for San Ftancloco
Monday, February 10.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Feb 10.
S S Asln, hence Jan. 28.
HILO Sailed Feb 7:
Am. schr. Compeer, for F.uroka.
Tuesday, February 11.
SAN DIEGO Arrived, Feb 10:
A -H. S. S. Texan, from Sallna Cruc
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 11:
Jnp S. S. Hongkong Maru, for Ho
KAHULUI Sailed Fob 10:
A II. S. S Mexican, fur Kn.uupall
HONOIPU Arrived, Feb 11: -Am.
schr. Honolpu, from San Fran
cisco, Jan. 25.
Wednesday, February 12.
PORT GAMllLi: Arrived Feb 11:
Am. liKtne. Kllkltat, henco Jan. 21
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Tob. 12:
Am S S Hllonlan, for Honolulu
Thursday, February 13.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb 12:
Am bk Amy Turner, hence Jan 25.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Fob. 13:
U 8. A T Thomas, henco Fob. 6.
HILO Arrived Teb 8-
A.-H. S S Nebraskan, honco Feb 7
HILO Arrived Tcb. 11:
Am. bk. Andrew Welch, from Sob
YOKOHAMA Sallod Feb. 13.
P. M. S. S Siberia, for Honolulu (1
EUREKA Sailed Feb. 13:
Am. schr. O. M. Kellogg, for Ho
Friday, February 14.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Fob. 14:
P. M. S. B. Korea, henco Feb 8.
SAN Dinao Sailed Fob 14:
A.-H. S S Texan, for San Fran.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Saturday, February 15.
EUREKA An Ived Feb. 14:
Am. schr. Eva, henco Jan. 22.
NEWCASTLE: Sailed, Feb. 13:
Ur S 8. Elvaston, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed Fub 12:
Am. S. S. Enterprise, for Sun Fran
cisco. HILO Sailed, Feb. 13:
A -II. S. S. Moxlcan, for Sallna Cruz.
KIIIEI Arrived, Fob. 13.
Am. S S. Lansing, henco Feb. 13.
HONOIPU Sailed Feb 14:
Am. schr. Honolpu, for San IYan
clsco, via liana.
Monday, February 17.
VANCOUVER Arrlvod Fob 14:
Iir. 8. S Aorangl, honco Fob. C.
H ANA Arrlvod Feb. 15:
Am schr Honolpu, from Honolpu,
YOKOHAMA Airivod, Feb. 17-
P. M. S S Mongolia, hence Fob. 0
YOKOHAMA Sallod Feb 14-
Ft S S Mnlta, for Honolulu.
KAHULUI Sailed, Fob. 15:
A.-H. S 8. Nobraskon for San
KIHEI Sallod Fob. IC:
Am. S. S. Lnnslng far Port Harford.
Wednesday, February 19.
SAUNA CRUZ Arrived Feb 17:
A Wet Sheet
and a flowing sea and a wind that
follows fast. Such is yachting. Let
us build that yacht lor you.
Charles D. Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS,
King near Alapai.
A.'H. S. S. Arlzonan, fromLlIUo
Jan 31. w .i
SAUNA CRUZ Sailed Feb 18: "
A -11. S. S. Columbian, for San Diego.
8AN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 18.
Am bk Annlo Johnson, from llllo
OWIOTA Arrived Feb. 18:
Am. sp Falls of Clyde, hence Feb. C.
YOKOHAMA Hailed Feb. 19.
P. M S 8. China, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 19:
Jap S S America Maru, hence
Am. bk Mohican, from llllo Feb 2.
Thursday, February 20.
KAHULUI Sailed, Feb. 19:
Am. Bhlp Erskine M. Phelps, for
KAHULUI Arrived, Feb 20:
A -H S. S. Nevadan, from Hono
lulu Friday, February 21,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb 20:
Am bk R P Rlthet, for Honolulu.
U 8 A T. Crook, for Honolulu.
A -H 8 8 Texnn, for Honolulu.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Monday, February 24.
AUCKLAND Arrived Feb 15
Noi bk Concordia, Ik nco Jan 8.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb 2fi:
Am 8 8 Enterprise, from llllo
KAHULUI Snlled Fol 21:
A -11 8 8 Nevadan, for Honolulu,
HILO Arrived Feb. 18:
Am bk O C. Tobey, from Honolulu
HILO Arrived Fob 19:
Dr S S ll.impstead. from Honolulu
HILO Sailed Feb 20:
Am bk St Kntberlnc, for San Fran
cisco MAHUKONA Arttved Feb 21-
Am Bchr. H. C. .Wright, from Snn
HONOIPU Arrived, Fob 24-
Am, schr llelcue, front Nowcnstlo.
NEWCASTLE Sailed, Feb 23.
Am. schr R C Slndo, foi Honolulu.
11RISIIANE Arrlvod, Feb. 24:
Hi. S. S Mlowera. honco Feb. 8.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb 24
A -II S. S Nebiaskun, from Knhu
-ni Jm i m p n a in
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8 to t 43j 4 I
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Last quaitcr of tho moon Feb. 24.
K ARRIVED H
Sunday, February 23
Stmr. Noeau, .Mitchell, from Ha
waii poits, ut 2,55 a in
Stmr Ko Au Hou, Tullott, rom
Kauai ports, at 4 20 a m
Stmr. lwalaul, Naopalu, from Maul
nnd Molokul ports, at 5 '10 a. in.
K SAILING TODAY M
A -II. S. S. Novadnn, Greene, for
Snn Tranclsco, nt 5 p m.
Stmr. Noeau, Mitchell, for Hawaii
ports, nt 5 p in
Stmr. Ko Au Hou, Tullctt, for
Kauai ports, at b p m.
3- DUE TOMORROW M
.'t K T5 R Ut rf M Ki M K H 3t K K K TOC
Fr S S. Malte, from Yokohama.
K SAILING TOMORROW
5f K 5C X X & X, X'3C iC H ;! K 2C H 1
Stmr. Klnau, Clark, for llllo and
way ports, nt noon,
Stmr. Ivvnlanl, Naopala, for Maul
bin! Molokal ports, nt 5 p m
Stmr. W. G Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai ports, at 5 p m.
Stmr. Manna Loa, Slmcrsnn, for
Maul nnd Hawaii ports, at noon.
M. N. S. S. Hllonlan, Johnson, for
San Francisco, at 10 n. m.
3t S K X S 35 K H M S S S H 55
fc DUE FRIDAY M
U. 8. A. T. Ctook, VIlllatus. from
P M 8 8 China, Frlel, from Yiv
a PAS8IN0ERS ARRIVED
Per stmr, Iwulanl, from Maul and
Molokul ports, Feb 23 F. H. Ha)
felilcn, C. A. Hartwell, Mrs. C. A.
Hartvvqll, Mr. Jamlcson, C. Morrlam,
Mr a. Holcb, Master Holch, Mrs Ed
Duvaiichcllo and child, Master U. Du
vauchclio, II. Matsumoto, C deel.
CANADIAN COASTWISE LAW
Ottawa, Jan. 19 Tho Dominion
governmnn" has Just l ussed a vitally
Important order in rouiull marking
tho time wtnn Canada Is nb'.o tn ban
die Its oivn Bhlpplug business
Tho Can I1 Ganctto thor that t.ih
waa dono In deference to ll e tjemans
of tho mi "tme provinces (.'luelllng
tho orders In council, which admitted
bhlps or vow's of the follow Int. coun
tries to tin- coasting trade of tho D
minion on the same tciu. and condi
tions applicable to Canallun vessels,
Italy, acrmany, tho Nethcrflanls,
Sweden, Norway, Austria Iluugary,