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EVENINO mit-LRfm, itONOMJLU. T. It.. FRIDAY, AIARCH 6 1008.
Hawaiian Stated and Second
Lei Aloha No. 3 Initiation.
Oceanic 3econd Degree.
Rote Croix Regular, 5 p. ra.
Honolulu Commandery Red
Aloha Temple Regular, 7,30.
All visiting member of tb
order are cordially Invited to
attend meltings ot local lodgei
IARM0NY I0DOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mcwts every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Sticet.
K. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
BEN. 1 VICKER3, N. O.
, All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. ot P.
Ueets evory Tuesday evening at
i:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
fort and Ilcretanla. Visiting broth
n cordially Invited to attond.
w. l. iA'i,n, c.c,
F. WALDRON, K.H.8.
OAjOT 10DGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Moots evory Friday evening at
7:80 In K. ot P. Hall, corner Fort
and Boretnnln. Visiting brotberi
'cordially Invited to attend.
A. Q. DEKRINO, C.C,
JA3. W. WHITE, K.U.8.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61C, 13. P. U.
K., will meet In tbelr hall on King
ear Fort Btreet overy Friday even
ing. Dy order of the H It.
HARRY A. WILDER,
K. E. RICHARDSON, E. K.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE Ho.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
I! JO o'clock In K. ot P. Hall. cor.
Fort and Beretanla. Visiting broth
tr cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEE, C.C,
E. A. JACOBSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
1:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort Btreots.
Visiting Eagles are lnvltod to at
W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Tburs
4ays ot each month at Knights ot
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Bachera.
A. E. MURPHY, C of R.
fend in jour orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc.
The Finest Workmanship on the
leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
Still in the Market
for all yon have to offer in the way
ot old Uold, Silver, Diamonds, watch'
es, Jewelry, and articles of virtu.
1018 NUUANU NEAR KINO.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF. . -
HAKES GOOD SIGNS.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
The Weekly edition of the evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary sf
me news hi mo nay.
King and Bethel Sts.
Don't Throw Away
That Old Hat
Thcro is lots of good wear
in it, and 'you can put it in
shape for a
Get a package of Benson's
Straw Hat Cleaner.
Benson, Smith &
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOB. FORT AND KING STS.
jy PHONE 131,
Ferrard Rewind & Co.'s
'Macaroni and Gheese
J. M. LEVY & CO.,
King St. near Metropolitan Meat Co.
Repairing of Shoes
We have the machinery
and the workmen to do the
very best repairing of all
kinds on ladies' and gentle
men's shoes. Just give us
a try and be convinced.
4 Regular Work
VICKERS' SHOE REPAIR
1119 UNION ST. P. 0. BOX '60fr.
JW DULLETIN AD8. PAY
LOCAL .AND GENERAL
Don't sit down and lament over it:
let a cent-a-word Bulletin Want Ad,
get it for you.
Panama hats cleaned at the Qlobe.
Sjmphony orchestra rchcnrsnl thin
A watch fob ling been lost. Hoc ad
Phone 4S2 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co,
W. A. Baldwin returned to Maul
on the Clnudlne jestcrdny.
Sonny Cunha was a returning pas
senger today on tho Btcamer Ktnau.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
I,. II. Kerr & Co., Ltd , villi contlmio
shoo reduction sale until Wednesday
The Jurorn In Judgo Do ISoU'ti court
hao been excused until Tuesday,
Tako your carrlago or automobllo
to Hawaiian Carrlago Manty. Co, for
up to-dato repairs.
Mr. and Mrs. Cooler were among tho
passengers In tho Ktnau, which came
In this morning.
Judgo Kepolkal returned to hln
home nt Walluku yesterday on the
Mrs. Saml. Parker, who left on tho
steamer Klnau last Tuesday, returned
today ori tho same boat,
"Drink and the world drinks with
)ou." Tho Honolulu world Is drink
ing at tho Fashion salloon.
Repairing all kinds of typewriters.
Expert work. Hawaiian Office Spe
cialty Co., Ltd. fnone 143.
Tho Spring millinery opening at
Miss 1'owcr'H millinery parlors will
take placo on Monday, Mnrcli ninth.
Indies are cordlnlly united.
Coat your Iron roofs with '.'Arabic "
Yoa will bo Burprlsod at Its online
and prcsorTntlvo properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
Tho effort on tho jiart of tho man
agement to havo an exceptionally fine
danco tonight at tho BcaBldc, will bo
proton to you It you attend.
Tho big Semi-annual clcaranco snlo
nt Mom's will be continued all next
week to clear out surplus stock. Dig
reductions In tho prlco of oerythlug.
Among tho officials who left for
Maul on the Claudlno jestcrday wero
Ooiornor Frcnr, Secretary Mott
Smith and I-and Commissioner Pratt.
Tho big Bale at Sachs will begin
Monday morning. Hot In lino for
jour -Knster suits and hats. Most
beautiful creations we have ever had
A regular Bcsslon of Aloha Temple,
A. A. 0. N. M. 8. will bo held to
night In Masonic Temple. Regular
business and election of a represent
ative to the imperial Council.
Our four-o Under, set en passenger
Peerless Touring cars arc always
ready for Inspection nt our chow
rooms; demonstrations given It de
sired. The ronllnmmoung Co, Ltd.
Just nrrlvcd on tho Alameda a
swell lino of single and double breast
ed black undressed worsted nnd sorgo
pulls from tho Now York tailor, Al
fred Benjamin & Co. Tho Kash Co.,
Mr. Harbour Lathrop and Mr. Drum
mond Macflavln, who liao been In
Florida for Bovoral wcokB, went ro
cently to Cuba, en rnuto tn tho Ca
nary Islands, where ho will sojouru
for n tlmo. Argonaut.
J. I.anclo will vacato his Fort Btmet
rtnro In tho I. O. 0. F. building on or
about thy 1st ot April nnd will bo lo
cated In tho Oregon lllock, 152 Hotel
street, opposite tho Young hotel, under
his lVrnonal attention.
Frank Dills begs to acquaint his
patrons and friends that ho Is no
longer connected with tho Union Hack
Stand. I.oavo orders for anyone, of
his two machines with tho Territorial
Messenger Senlco, Phono 361, any
hour, day or night.
When the steamship Moana arrived
hero from the Colonies, Ilev. Hiram
ningham received a letter from tho
OIlberteBO Dvangollcal Association, 111
lormlng htm that n cclobratlon had
been held last Novomber in commem
oration of Ills landing there fifty yeara
.igo last November.
Tho chief matter ot Interest nt tho
meeting ot the Hoard of Health yes
terday afternoon was In relation to
tho proposod extension of tho MaklKI
cemetery. Tho establishment" of a
potter's Hold In this 4ty was strongly
opposod by Dr. Wayson, who state'd
that should such a mnvo bo made by
the Hoard It would mean that tho Ter
ritory would bo compelled to bury
twenty dead where It buries ono now
No decision was rcachod.
Practically all tho local Japanese
tiro doing their best In raising funds
to pay the expense ot transporting to
Japan all tho Japanese lopors now
domiciled In tho settlement. Tho com
mitteemen who have charge, of this
mattor has colloctod by moans of sub
scription $473.10, up to and Including
March 3rd. About J1000 is norded and
the committeemen say that that
amount will bo made up boforo tho
steamer Kasato Maru leavos for J a.
pan. . -
A Most .Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. . PHONE 525.
YOU OWE ME
n visit and you owe it to your eyes
You go to the dentist every six
months to be sure that your teeth
aro all right; or you should, if you
HOW ABOUT YOUR EYES? Would
you rather lose a tooth, or an eye?
A. N. SANFORD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
slth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
268 Beretanla St. Phone 1491.
MRS. DUNN begs to an
nounce the arrival of
Easter Hats from New York
and Paris. These will be
on view March 5th, 6th
and 7th. They are genu
ine creations, representing
the finest thoughts of
modistes of international
fame, and reflect hat style
of the worlds centers.
Ladies of Honolulu are
cordially invited to inspect
Fort and Ilcretanla
rt WATERFRONT NOTES
THE FLAGSHIP of tho Inter-IslanO
fleet, tho Kinnti, arrived hero this
morning from tho Dig Island. Tho
(,ooil old Klnau will not mnko tcry
many moro trips as the leudor of tho
licet, for tho Maiinii Ken will tako
ruperredenco over her when sho ar
rives. On board tho Klnau this trip
was a lnrgo list of passengers. Tho
Cooley company of pint era returned
after n successful week of playing In
III lo. Fourteen olcnno p-ibsqiigers ro
turned, and whim thu Klnau went up
sho carried eighteen touilbts bound
for tho world's wonder. Tho weather
was moderato both trips ot the Ktnau.
I'ursv Phillips reports that tho
bchooncr James Rolf sailed from Htlo
Thursday with 300 hags of sugar. Sho
will comploto her cargo at Kaanapnll,
Tho bark Albort arrived nt Hllo Tues
day morning. Sho will take soma sug
ar at Hllo and 'will then also go to
Kannapall for tho remainder of her
cargo, Tho Enterprise and tho Texan
nro expected at Hllo soon.
TODAY HAS HEEN A 11USY DAY
on the waterfront. The Edward So
wall, 153 days out, and long ovcrduo,
arrived this morning, coming In Just
behind the British steamer Aorangl.
Tho Sownll Is under the command ot
Captain Quick, and is a sister ship to
the Astral, though they are not car
rying for the same companies nt pres
ent. She Is painted whlto all over.
Some bad weather nnd contrary winds
Were met with, which accounts for
her not arriving sooner. Young Wor
ninghaus, tho runaway boy whoso
parents wroto hero to C. J. School
ing and asked him to tako charge, ot
tho lad and send him home, was wash
lng dishes when tho bon,t pulled In.
Schoenlng was on hand and Immedi
ately notified tho Captain what lo
was going to do. The Sewall Is dock
ed next to tho Astral at tho Navy
THE BRITI8HER AORANOI camo
In this morning- from Urttish Colum
bia, with a largo list ot passengers
and a bit ot freight for this port. Sho
Is booked to leave this afternoon nt
2:30, hut It Is doubtful If sho will get
out then. Tho following Is tho pur
ser's report: Tho R. M. S. 8. Aoran
gl, I, D. S, Phillips commander, left
Vnneouver on the 28th February at
2:58 p. m. and Victoria, l). C, at
10:40 p. m. same day; cleared Capo
Flattery nt 4 a. m. 29th February;
fresh NV. winds and high swell un
til the 3d Inst.; thence strong SE.
and S.W. winds with high sea and
CLARENCE W. MACFARLA..3
IN THE MAGOON BLOCK.
SUPPLIES OF ALL KIND3.
The Best Cigars nnd Tobacco.
nnd MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
LOVE JOY "&" CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. OC: 1TUUANU.
squally conditions until tho Cth, aft'
cr which modorato to light variable.
winds and line weather to arrival.
EIGHT CHEAT DIG turbaiicd Hill
dus nrrltcd hero by tho S. S. Man
ohurlii jestcrduy. They wero not al
lowed to hind hero last night, as tho
ousel docked after C o'clock. There
Is some talk to tho effect that this
race Is about tn start an Invasion ot
Hawaii They luito entered other
places In nst numbers, and It may bo
that these eight nro only tho ndvauco
guard of the great number that Is to
PUHSKIl PHILLIPS of tho Klnau
loports tho following sugar list on Ha
waii: Olaa, 22,000; Walakcn, 0000;
Hawaii Mill, 3500; Walnaku, 12,400;
Onomca, 13,914; Pepeekeo, 7000; Ho-
nomu, 11,800; Haknlau, 10,500; Laii
pahochoc, 3000; Ooknla, 200; Kukalau,
45Q0; Hamakun, 4300; Paaiihau, 12,
500; Honokaa, 2000; Kiikulhaclo, 2800;
PunBliiu, 12,500; Honuapo, 8000!
THE TRAMP STEAMER Elvnston,
Captain Putt, which has, been report
ed duo for the last week, arrived hero
this morning nnd went to her dock,
whoro she will dtscharga her cargo
Sho shows marks of heavy weather.
S PASSENGERS BOOKED
Por S. S. Alameda, for San Frniv
Cisco, March 11. Mrs. W. S. Fuller,
.Mrs. McGregor, Miss Al Crnton, C. E.
Barclay and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. J,
Abel, Mrs. E. M. Watson and Infant,
Dr. E. F. Phillips, D. H. Palmor, Mr.
and Mrs. Cooler, J. P. Morton, C. II.
llutton, J, Mullcr.
On account of Lent, tho danco that
was to havo been given tho K. of P.
hall on tho 28th hy tho Kalanlannolo
baseball leaguo has been postponed
NEW - TO-DAY
A regular stssMon of Aloha Temple,
A. A. O. N, M. S will bo held nt the
Masonic Tcinplo this (Saturday) cvp-
nlng, March 7, 1008, nt 7:30 o'clock.
for tho transaction of regular bus!
ncss and the election of a Represent
ative to tho 1908 session of the Im
pel lul Council.
Dy order of the Illustrious Poten
EDWARD C. BROWN.
CHAS. I MURRAY.
fJABLE REPORT OF SAN
Thursday, March 5.
KAN FRANCISCO Soiled March B:
U. S. A. T. Thomas, for Honolulu.
NEWCASTLE Sailed, Maich 4:
Am. bk. Aurora, for Honolulu.
SALINA CRUZ Snllcd March 3:
AMI. S. S. Arlzonan, for San Diego
SA NFllANCISCO Sailed MsrcM:
Am. uk. Amy Turner, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO ArrUed March I:
ft. S. S. Maltc, henco Feb. 27.
IIILO Sailed Feb. 23:
Am. bk. Andrew Welch, for San
SAN FRANCISCO-Ballcd March 5:
S. S. Mnuna Kea, for Honolulu, 2
Friday, March 6.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived March Si
P. M. S. S. China, henco Feb. 29.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Feb. 28:
Ilr. S. S. Adato, for Kleclo.
KAHULUI Arrived, March C:
A.-H. Texan, from Honolulu.
i 8aturday, March 7.
SAN FRANCISCO Sullod March C:
A.-H. S. S. Virginian, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed March 5:
A.-H. S. S. Ncbrasknn, for Honolulu.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Feb. 27:
Am. bktnc. Dcnlcia, for Honolulu.
IIILO Arrived Mnrch 3:
Am. bk. Albert, from Port Gamble
IIILO Sallcit, March 3:
Am. bk, G. C. Tobey, for Snn Fran
IIILO Sailed March 5:
Am. schr. .Ins. Rnlph, for Knaiinp.ill.
CAStS IN WMl fill
The hearing of two Interesting
enses will como up on Monday before
the Territorial Supreme Court. The
first is that ot Stuart Talt, tho origi
nator of the moving picture houso in
this city, against Treasurer A. J.
Campbcln Talt, through his attor
ney, K. C. Peters, complains that ho
has been fmccd to pay $5 a day for
n license to run his Bhow. Tho law
in the enso provides for this llccnso
to bo paid for each "performance"
und Peters claims Talt's show cannot
como under this head. It is asked
that the court lssuo an order to the
Treasurer compelling tho refunding
ot tho money which has been paid.
It tho contentions of tho Treasurer
arc upheld It will mean tho probable
closing ot tho many moving-picture
houses. Tho fee is so high that It Is
practically lmpossiblo for tho little
places, charging only live and ten
cents admission, to pay expenses. If
not compelled to pay the license,
howccr, they may bo run at n good
profit. Tho case was taken up direct
ly from tho District Court of Hono
lulu, where tho law was upheld by
Judgo Aiulradc, that a test enso
might bo curried tluuugh as quickly
Another caso which will como up
on Monday Is that of C. S. Hollowny,
tho cx-Supcrlntcndent ot Public
Works, against Cecil Drown, oxecutor
of the Campbell Estate. Tho suit Is
for 133.50 for sewer rates from De
cember 31, 1902, to January 30,
1904. The law Is attacked on tech
nical grounds and wns brought be
fore tho Supremo Court In tho samo
manner ns tho Talt suit. Tho sewer
rate which Is demanded Is for tho
property on Queen uticct known us
tho Campbell block.
Tonight will mark tho opening ot
u new theater on King street. The
old Palatini Theater has finally been
engaged by the management of the
Empiro Theater Co. Tho many peo
plo that Hvo In this section ot tho
city hnvo been very anxious for
.Mmisctiient, and they aro all well
ploased that the theater Is to bo
oponcd tonight. Tho show will con-
list of tho best films ot moving ple
nties obtainable In conjunction with
Illustrated songs. Tho popular prices
nt 5 and 10 cents will undoubtedly
druw a largo crowd each evening.
Tho roports which wero mndo to tho
Uoard of Health jCBterday show that
tho rat catching campaign Is progi ca
sing rnpldly and that In tho two
months past over 2300 rats hnvo being
caught through tho efforts ot tho
health Inspectors. Ilfty two bundled
top minnows havo been distributed to
aid In tho destruction of mosquito lar
vae and several hundiod pools, whom
tho Insects might breed, havo been
oiled. A complaint was received by
tho Doard ot Health from Hllo In le
gard to tho extremely unsanitary
condition ot tho Government buildings
In that city. Tho renort camo fiom n
special committee of tho Hllo Board
of Trado und was filed for future ac
If sufficient orders are received I
will build a 22-foot auto launch, with
a 4-cycle high-grade gas engine, com
plete for $225.
Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
' King near Alapai.
A ii M K M to A X 1 K i 3i 3t " X M
K ARRIVED N
Frlda, March C,
P. M. S, S. Manchuria, fiotii Yoko.
liama, C p, in.
Stmr. Kniinl, Sachs, fiom OoknlU,
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, fiom
Kauai, n. in.
C.-A. S. S, Aorangl, fiom Vancouv
er and Vlctmla.
A.-H. stmr. Despatch, Kokerwltr,
from Kauai, 11:30 p. m.
Saturday, Maich 7.
Stmr. Ktn.ui, Clarke, from Hawaii,
u. in. ,
C.-A. S. 8. Aornngl, Phillips, fiom
Sp. IMwnrd Sewall, Quick, fiom Hal
tlmoic, n, in.
S. S, Elvaston, Putt, from Nowr.u
tic, it. in.
ICMHftXrtKXXX X X X JW X X
3l X X X X X X X M Id 3S X X X X M
Friday, March fi.
Stmr. Claudlnc, Dennett, for Mnul
jiorts and Hllo, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Hclcnc, Nelson, for Paaiihau,
Kohalalelc, Kukalau and Ooknla, G
Stmr. W. O Hall, TJionipbon, for
Knunl, o p. in.
Saturday, March 7.
P. M. S. S. Manchuria, Saunders, for
Snn Francisco, shortly niter noon,
C X X M X X ft X if X H X f w X
X DUE TODAY
it X M X X K H t . N 1i f X
III-.' 8. S. ElwiHton, Putt, fiiim New
castle. U. 8. A. T Sherman, fiiim Manila.
X X 31 X X X X It X X W C 'if X
" PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per S S. Klnau, from Hawaii ports,
March 7. Miss. E. R. Chlnn, Mrs. O.
S. Chlnn, Miss Carpenter, Miss J.
Shnfor, Miss J. 11, Shnrer, J. II. Shar
er, A. J. Ford, E. P. Acrlll, Mrs. E.
P. Averlll, R. 11. Gregors, Mrs. R. IJ.
Gregory, Miss Orcgory, Miss llartlett,
K. Hnga, J. A. Sllu. Mrs. J. A. Sllvi
and Infant, II. Gorman, D. L. Drown,
Mis. II I,. Drown, A. Robertson, (1.
Kenneth, C Diy, Mrs. C. Di, Mrs
A Iiimnii, I). K. Oguchl, Mis. Chu G
Sing nnd Infant, Mrs. Tong Leo ami
Infant, Master Tong !.ec, Angus Mr
Phco, Row i:. S. Tlmoteo, R. R. El
gin. Mrs. II. R. Drynnt, 11 It. Ilr) nut,
W. S. May, Master C G. M.iy, A. Mil
son, Klmo T.iko, Frank Cooley, .Mrs.
F. Cooley, Miss 11. Cooley, V. K. Io
nian, 8 S. Peek, A. Ilannebeig, C.
Case, W. Ross, A. It Cunha, W. Pros
lldgo, W. W. Harris, C. M. Lou.tnd,
Master Cha Gti Slug, -Miss II. Dell,
P. Hlgglns, II. Chase, Y. Ishll, Ah
Sing, Ah Young, Paul Tnffcts. A. SI.
Clay, V. Pfoleiihtiuer, Sam Parker,
Mrs. S. nPrker.
Per R. M. 8. Aorangl, Phillips, front
Drltlsh Columbia, March "r-Mr Ai
pleby, Mr. Dattersbj, Mr. D.itleisbv,
Miss P. Dorilen, Miss D Dorden, II.
W. Doydeo, O. 11. Blown, A. Cart
wright, .1. Cnrtw right, S E. Cooper,
Miss Cooper, Mrs. 11. C Creuso, (5 A.
Dean, Miss E. Dixon, E Kdeu, A. E.
IVrrlo, Mm. Fcirie, R M. Fnnett, II.
rrnser, Mrs. Fuiser, Mr. Goddard, E
Gochner, R. finite, Mr. Huwkes, Miss
L. Hill, Clms. A. Hoffman, E Johiibon,
G. D. Johnston, F. W. Johnston, (1. K.
Klshlmoto, J. C. Knell, It. Lcckie, L.
ICIerk, A. Deblock, R. S. Leigh, W.
A. Moody, Miss N. MrKenzlo, Win.
McNIvcn, Mr. AlcT.ivli.li. C Nelson,
E. J. Pastoo, E. S, Picston, Mia. Pies
ton, Rec. Porter, Mis. Porter, MIsh
Porter, J. V. Reeve, W. G. Held, Mrs.
Reld, Air. Rhodes, Airs. Rhodes, J. W.
Schnschc, Mrs. Schaume, J. Schroedcr,
II. Spaikcs, J. V. Stoddaid. Air. Sjkes,
Airs. B. Snjder, JIlss I. Thome, Mr.
Thornton, W. 'llnuey, AIlss C. V.
Tuerko, Miss N. E. Tuorko, Air. Tiuth
ct. Mr. Wlckson, II. Willis.
Per P. AI. S. S. Manchuria, from Ori
ent, Alnrch C. For Honolulu: Alls. 11.
G. Holt, AIlss 8. Dauinaii, R. Nnga
mine, Airs. 11. Omnia, Airs. 8. Tuku
ynmii, Al. Ynmasnkl.
Per stmr. W G. Hull, fiom Knual,
Mcrch C C. A. Rico und wife, Dr. J.
x a x x a m 5t x x x x a x x x x i
K PASSENGERS DEPARTED
Per 8. 8. Manchuria, for Sail Finn
Cisco, Aluich 7. Airs. .1. F lion lor, W.
A. Alooro nnd wlfo, AIlss Allco Airiuio,
Aliss Knto Alooie, Arrs. John Cum
mlngs, Alls. Alnbel C. Cox, Airs. A. C.
Emmons, Airs. R. W. Emiuons, Alls.
L. O. Aliiltland, Prof. Woods, Air nnd
Mrs. D. E. AlejeiB, J. R. Watklns, Alls.
Dremncr, Miss Cutter, Airs. Mott
Smith Cunningham, C. A. Wldoiiinnu,
Air. and Airs. R. AI. Wilcox, AL F.
ProBscr, Air. and Alls. E. A. Gowr.in,
Air nnd Airs. T. II. Edwards, Air. und
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