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EVKNINO nUI.LRTIN. HONOLULU, T. II., ITttDAY, MAY 29, 1H0?.
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1 IASQH1C M Fdd $
( WEEKLY CM EBDAR 4 . 5
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. .MOM1AV '' US
Hawaiian Flrt Degree.
Lei Aloha ChaDter No. 3 In
All visiting members of it
order are cordially IhtIUJ l
oKuud m 'time of loool lodgns
HARMOXY L0DG2., No, 3, 1. 0. 0, F.j
Meta every Monday ovsnlus &t
3 In I. O. O. I. Hall. Fort StueU '
H. U. IICKDUY. H.srotary
11KN. If. Y10KKU8, N .
All vIsltiRK broth Tory cordially
MYSTIC LODGE. SO. 2, K. OF P.
Meutu cvorv 2d and 4th TuNd.tr
tjf engh month nt 7.30 p m. at K. 1'.
Ball, corner l'oit end Hoistnnla SU
VUitlng llrother-i cordially vvolrom.
W. L. I.YLK. C. C.
1. WALDRON, K of II. & 3.
0AUU LODGE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Mccta every first nnd tlilid FM-
day evening at 7 30 In K. of I' Hall.
comer fort and Uoretnuln Vl-dtlas
brothers cordially Invited to attend
A. O DBnitlNG. C O ,
JAS. V WHITH, K K3.
HONOLULU L0D0E C1C, B. P. 0. E.
'touolulti Lodso No. 61, 15. P. 0
B., will meet In their hall on Xtag
er Fort 6t-ot every l'itoy er.n
'ng. Rv order or tho K It.
IIDN'HY C. HASTON,
WM. H. MclNERNY, K. It.
iVa. M'KIHLEY L0DGR Ko.S, K.of P.
Hwtt every flaCurtUy evening at
f:30 u'.iooU In K. of 1. Hall, cor
Pert nvd Roratanlv Ttilttac brtl(
to cordially lnvtltd to ntin-otl
w. l. rjiAzms, co.,
E. A. JCOBSON, KM.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meats on tlu 2nd an1 1th WED
NESDAY eronlnsi I aacn ma a Ui at
7:30 o'olauk In K. l P. Hull, corner
Horwtnnhi anil l'ort streets.
VWUlitt; Eagles arn Invited to at
"end, W. L. KRA7.EU, V PreBt.
H. T. MOOIXH, Secy.
BAWAHAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. R. H.
Meets ry first and third Thurs
dayo of each month nt Kilghta of
Pytlvlui Hall. Visiting brothers tor
drally tnTtted attend.
J. W. ABCH, Sachem. .
A. n. MURPHY, C of It.
Spring Flowers, Hew Itibbous,
FoAthera nnd Hats Are Arrived.
Wlt-o rra!-.9 cwde by order.
OUR PHI0E3 REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. HEAR BETHEL.
for Leis, Cut Flowers, Curios.
is ntakins do 2t Home-made 3reW
in town. Ra nitre nud try it. The
wagon will deliver nt your door.
CALL UP 197.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
Tfe? must popular
pUoe in toira.
The Fashion Saloon,
Ktel M. noor Tet.
laelr P" '11- Jack Roberts.
FOR CLEANSING the SCALP
Use as a shampoo A
I or mates or cnuurcn.
j B This is made from the whites
of c?ii niul is one of the best
shampoo preparations on the
ft 23 Cents A Bottle.
Benson, Smith &i
a Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL and FORT STB.
( w3 Wjfedam
it will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG C9
FOR. FORT AND KTH8 STS. h
niVTr rjor gnJCTtaswgwi ttacaTgrnnBt
SATURDAY, MAY 30,
DIAM0HD HEADS vs. ST. LOUIS
KAHS vs. PUHS.
Reserved Seats Grandstand 25o extra
dQENTS V O 11
WIHT0N, CADILLAC, FRAHKLIN,
PIEF.CE-ARKOW and CAMERA
TOURIHG CASS and RU1TAS0UTS.
VTo have pink pwirls and tome of
tie tnest of tie white variety in tiso
Orient; also gold, silver, diamondis
and jevrelry. Remcmlier, we biry ac
vrtll as sell.
J. f ARLO,
1018 KUUANU near KING.
Stunning New Millinery
HItS POWER'S Boston BWg.
IHn" Ctrott, 2wa f Fbhnaxliet.
DRY QOO0S AND rUKHIgHIMO
! GOODS ef EYSRY DE-
WING CHONG CO.
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
DakrB in Furniture Mnthcases,
Etc., Etc. All kixdi of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
U n e q v a I e d : 10c C i g a r
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Vacation-tirac is Just Around the
Corner; don't let it catch you with
out money or a place to ro. Let the
Bulletin Plan solve the piob
lcm for you.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 301.
Panama hats cleaned at ttia Olobo. '
nine up Scotty's. when yon nnt a
good aiilo rldo, Phone W7.
May Pnradlpu of tho Pacific fur Kale
ready for mailing, at all iiowh stands.
Tho dMdcnrts paid today and n-
pone 1 on tho Slock Hxchango amount
I to niiin- tii.in ?20" on'.
The Seaside cottages nrc delightful
, In tho summer tlmu Hngiga a cot
tafco now for tho eaoii
I Secure scats today for the boxing
carnival at the Orphcum. The affair
I will nnsitililtr fatrA tilarn
JloinliciH of the Ilo.ird of Health nrc
to lavo nt 10 o'clock this ummiIiir for
Motoknl, on tho Ki- An lluu.
In the matter of the estate of Maiy
K Drown, Cicll llrown wan Ihlh
mnrulni; apimlutpd tidmhiltitralor on
n $300 Imnd
Sam Cioldluo (he inulc.il shoemak
er, was thla luiirnlnit fined $10 and
costs for nsM.iult nnd liatlei) on IiIh
A charge of vagrancy has hcen pre
ferred against All Poon, the Chinese
who )esterda escaped from the po
lice station ynnl.
The Kaplulanl bnsuh.itl league will
meet at 7: CO IIiIh utenlng nt the home
of John T. Slla, coiner .McCully nnd
Coat your Iron roofi with "Arublc"
You 'will be surprised nt Its cu-jllnp.
nnd prcFerTntlve properties. California
Tho eai-cs of the three Japanese
who were arrested In Kwa district
.esleidn for selllus liquor wllhout .1
llcime, li'i e In en set for June 3.
JInrMuii I'utiplicll state3 that from
in to 12 em li morning, walcr may In
iiFed foi siirliiktiii;; on the publlr
-r(i mds parks nnd srhoolhoiise .tnlK
Your typewriter should be kept in
fxoellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for yon. Phone 143.
We h.no Just rccchcj tho iigeiic)
for Isleton Creamery Hutter, nud a
rrcsh shipment on the Alameda. Price,
2 lbs., 73c. J. M. l,cy & Co. Phone
Tho O. A. 11. desires to call atten
tion to change of program by which
the exercles tomoriow will he held In
the morning instead of In tho after
noon, Deputy Sheriff Oi-rar Cox of Wain
lin is In lov.'ii, Inning uiiled on the
morning train, lie culul on Sheriff
lauke.i, wltli whom he had a long con
ference. It Is said that Mrs. Rcorgc Kel.an
oha, wife of the head older of the
Knncoho Mormon Church, will shorl
l romineuie suit against her litis
hand for divorce.
The annual meeting or Wilder Ci Co
was held thin morning, ut which tho
sale of tho property of the company'a
lumber business to l.ewertf & Cooke
A. W. Cames tins Instituted a suit
against Emma Mftcfnrlane, who has
the Ahulmanu Ranch, for the sum of
$!" on a note. In tho complaint the
(lute of tho nolo Is not gUen.
O Negoro, formerly of the Hawaii
Shlnpo editorial ttaff, came hack to
day ftom San I'rnnclseo on tho nteam
ship Alamcdii. He is now a bachelof
of law, having graduated from tho
California Unlomlty recently.
Chan Dan, n Chinese who hail been
circulating a fake huhbcilptlnu list
ostenslb) to get funds to send a pour
Chli:e.c hack to China, was this morn
ing sentenced to n, term of six months
In Jail on a charge of gross cheat.
A. li. Mlmllle, who was lor secral
jenrs with Ol.ui' plantiiltou, lLturned
this morning with hln family In tho
Alnmcdn. Mr. .Mlnvlllo has traveled
In Culm, Porto Ittco nnd San Domingo
but finds mi plaeo so good as Hawaii,
Tho Police Court was held thin
morning lu tho Supervisors' asscmhlj
hall In tho Mclntyro building. It will
bo held thero for hoiuo time to conn
owing to the fact that the proceedings
In tho regular court room have been
disturbed by the noise, from tho work
on the Japanese bank building across
A cable was received this morning
from tho Kclo team, Japan, saying
that they would tnko tho Siberia for
this port, arriving on tlio-2Clh, but, as
this would make them Into for tho
(schedule which has been arranged
with them and Santa Clara, n cable
was sent back, sa.lng that they must
take tho Korea, nnlvlug on tho fiili or
Jas, 1 Morgan, the president of
the Chamber or Coinuieicc, returned
lu the Alameda thin morning from
San rranclseo, having niado tho
round trip on that vessel for tho
UcncHt of his health, He wan only
for tlu eo d.i) lu Sail I'luntlsco, and
therefoio has nothing much to tiiy
about conditions there.
THi: AOHANGI, which Is duo from
Ilrlllsh Columbian ports for the Col
unies tomorrow, will cany out ubout
a, dozen passengers from Ihls poit.
Most of them arrived ueto this morn
ing on the Alameda, making connec
tions hcio for tho ColonleB, lustoad of
taking ono of tho llnerH out of San
Krandsco which Is regulaily on this
run. to Now Zealand and Austialla.
A Most Excellent AuorMnnt l
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G3 S. KINO ST. PHONE 535,
IN Hf PiiS
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Thursday, May 28.
SAN KltANC'lSfO- Ai rived May 27
S. S. Illlonlaii lxMice .ln 19.
IIONOll'ir- AiiiM'd Mnj 2S:
Sclir. Defender, fiem Sim rranclseo. ,,
sa. i iiA.NUiscu sailed .May 2:
Dktno Olympic, for Honolulu and
PlIILADr.LPHIA Airlved May 2S:
I'rsklno M. IMielpi, from Knhulul!
ro n. 19.
SAUNA CRl'Z AnUed May 2.1:
S. S. Mexican, fitnii IIIIo May 8.
SAI.INA CRUZ Sailed May 23:
8. S, Arlzunan, for San DlOgo.
Friday, May 29.
SN I'RANCISCO Anlveil May 2S:
8. 8. Manchuria In 'ice May 22.
8POKI2N S). Port (liorge was siik-
en jeslerday, no poslllon given.
(Sailed from Honolulu I'Oli 18. for
ALAMEDA'S QUICK TRIP.
The O. R. 3. Alaiiieda nrrlvcd this
morning nt 7:3(1 o'clock, with mall,
freight and passengers from tho Coast,
She had three davs mall, amounting
to 177 sacks, lu her cihln she
brought thirty p.isseiucii. nnd eight)
four rnmo In the steerage, mostly
Pmtugueeo foi the pl'intitiona. Her
cargo amounteil to 1 113 tons, general.
Tho Alameda spo'.c tho Melville
Dollar on llio 24lh, and Iho Rosycians
with the Monterey In low, Ihls morn
Sho left Sin Pram li-co nt 11:30 a
m , or 2.) minutes laic owing to delays!
In cdll'ig Iho null aboard. Willi nil
this the fubt trip t 3 dajs and 1!)
iKiin" was made, and the iioat w.ih (ill
the heads perhaps a Illtle earlier than
She had -.month vm alher all tli- way.
Prominent among her patfengcrs
were: A. W. Kimm. the plneipplo
man, Mrs. C. Mnckenzlo nnd daugh
leis. tourists from Pnsademi Cil.. R.
I) Meado, of the Planter.! AbrocIh
tlon, J. P. Morgan, president of Iho
Chamber of Commerce nud A. II. It.
Vieriu, n pioinlnent Jeweler of thh
THH STi:AM(:R NIIHAU arrived In
port ,u short time nfler 7 o clock this
morning, coming thioimh the ili.liiml
right behind tho Al'tmedn, and dock
ing before Iho big Ves'ci. Pho biouglu
C'J'io log3 of sugar from Kami.
Till: CANADIAN AUSTRALIAN S.
S. Aoraugl Is due fmni Viineouver and
Vietoila tomoiiou, to depart for Iho
Colonl "t prolrilily tomorrow evening,
with im.ll and puszengcra.
THi: T K. K. S. S. Nippon Mam
Is expected to dock nbout 4 o'clock
this afternoon, bringing mail mid
freight from tho Orient. Sho should
tall tomorrow morning or. Into this
TUP. A -11 S. S. Despatch canio lu
Hits inoinliiB with h"r usual cargo of
11,000 hag-i of hUgar, which will bu
loaded onto tho Virginian.
Till: OIL STKAMHR lloswr.ms
i out out at 3'3J o'clock jcrlerilay
afternoon, for Cavlota, with the lurge
Monteiey In tow.
Tin: oi:rman stkamur Toiostn
bus been purchased by n Japauet'o
llrm nnd leninied tho Dal Komi la-mon-inaiu
Till: CHAR(ii:URS RHUNIS S. S.
Camvell.iH conic' to this port from
Yokohama Juno 12th, with 1100 louu
Till: lNTi:it-ISLAND steamer W.
(1. Hall urilved In poit this inoiiilug
from Kauai, with 0000 liagu of sugir.
evening for tho CoaU. carrying malt.
THi: WATKHKRONT -,1111 piesentn
a ver) doserled appearance.
Dr. Koch, Iho eminent hncteilolog
1st, will bo In a party going to Molo
knl tonight on tho Ko An Hon. Dr.
Cofer will uiso go. Thu mutter was
gottc;i up nt thu Instigation of the
AND A FRESH SHIPMENT EX ALAMEDA.
This Butter is in a dust-proof carton, which protects it absolutely
from all outside contact from the time it leaves the Creamery till it
It is sealed and protected because it is superior to all others, and the
manufacturers are determined that it shall remain so.
That's what preserves its delicate flavor for you.
PRICE, 2 lbs., 75c.
J. M. LEVY & CO., Ltd
Simple and complicated lenses du
plicated. A. N, SANFOHO,
BOSTON BLDO., Over May & Co.
l'rom dnyllght to i k (Intcimii
Cleghorn's beautiful gi .ids of Alna
hail, thu home of tho llvvls, will he
llnovvii open to tho men of the licet
during their Btny hero
This was publicly announced by
Chairman Carter of the I'xi'cutlvo
CoiiimUtce. who reid the leller of
ttnvcrnor ('leghorn nt a meeting this
In this connection. Secretary Wood
was nuthoilzed to forward a letter of
thnnks. on behalf of tho Kxecutlvo
Committee to 'Governor Clcghorn, for
his kindly offer.
The Hxecutlve Committee fuvorcd
npproprlatlng $12,009 to Iho Decora
tion Committee, but uctloa upon it
was deferred until next Mondaj.
CLAUDIUS M'BRIDE "
(Continued from Pace 1)
(d) 'Hint I was the only lepre
MMitnllve from tho Islands who was
In lo."o touch with tho way l'lcct '
miittcra wcro being conducted nt
San I''nincIs(o: !
(c) That I did not make, nor
have made, an) iiiriingeiuenls of any i
suit eonrernlng thu enleitalumcnt of
tho Fleet to ho given In the Inland1!,
that I have In no way hampered or
cmbariabscd tho oil; of the com
mittee of which I was sccrotnry. Tho ,
tit nut ti nil tt 1 1 llmt f il Id tvim In innl.n
suggestions to my committee. Theso
"siiggeitlolin" tho (oiuiultteo saw lit
lo turn down, whereupon I took no
further aettou of any sort. More
over, what I have done horo In con
nection with Kleet milters hus been
done, an I thought, for tho Interest
or the committee which I icpre'seiil
ed. As far us cabling for taite blanche
authority Is concerned, this on Hi
fine Miov,'s that I was deferilng mnl:-
lug uriaiigonieiits for the cominlltee,
until 1 iceelvcd such aiithoilt) It
was a suggestion for authoilty and
nothing else, nnd tho authority not
forthcoming, 1 made no nrrnnge
mentB. 1 bavo npqnt consldcrnblo mono)'
of my own In connection with get -
ting tho suggestions refcired to,
which will probably not be returned
to me. 1 feel, however, that It
JAPAN PACIFYING KOREA
SKOUL, Korea, May 2S. -- There wcro llfty-thrco engagements
fought iluilug tho mouth of May between tho Japanese troops and tho
Korean liiBiugcnts. I'lvo hundred and forty-nlno Insurgents wcro killed
nnd many wounded nnd Captured. Thu Japanese casualties wcro thlity.
i i i
TO QUELL REVOLT
CONSTAINOPLi:. Till key, Mny 28.
Turkish rcliiforiemeuls huvu' been
Mvnt to the Island of Santos to iuul!
tho revolt at that plate. .
WASIIINOTON. I). l, May 28.
Captains Walnwrlght nud Schtoedei'
have been cominlbsluned Acting Hear
Win. Tcnnant was attested nt Den
ver cburged with robbing tho Citi
zens' bank of Chautauqua, Kas of
$3,000 April 17, Ho Is said to huvo
made n confession.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE AGENCY FOR
uld be, for I feci thnt nnyono
' mild ho reimbursed their uctual
' irt nnd proper cvpeiifcg for doing
' .lugs In good faith.
Moreover. Mr. James V. Morgan,
v ho nirlvfd lu San I'iuiiiImui the
oilier day, lifter u long convei-satloii
Willi me, stated emphatically that ho
could ree from my letters, etc., thnt
I h'd done nothing out of the way
. I .er, but that, on the contrary,
H he had been there, ho would huvo
(led In the same wit), mid If ho lrnl
'icn hero while I was here, would
hnvo appioved my actions, with the
nr iblo execution thnt tho cahle-
gi mi I sent to the Star was unfortu-
icly would!, and on that account
w s not understood.
While tho rcorganl-od Kxecutlvo
Cjinmlttco huvo eccii (It to displace
mo ns Sccrctaiy, I can only say that
for tho tlino I was Secretary of Iho
Committee 1 ncted as I thought for
tho best Interests of thnt committee,
nnd nm still leady nnd willing to do
whatever I can to make the entcrt 'a
merit of our I'Icet a success In tho
Islands, whether I nm connected with
tho committee or not.
c. ii. M'lmion.
FACES MUCH WORK
The following Is a list of enses
now on tho calendar for tho June
i-esslon of the Supietnc Court which
COUVCHC3 next Monday morning,
Jtinc'l, nt 10 o'clock:
In ro arbitration between tho Ko
ua Development Co, Ltd., niul 1. H.
McSuKcr on tho ono part inn! M !'.
Srolt of the other part. Appeal ftoin
! Circuit Judge, I'lrst Clicult.
Mcllr)do Sugar Co. vs. Koloa Su
gar Co. Appeal fiom Circuit Judge,
I'lrst Circuit. Kinney & Marx for
.plaintiff-appellee; H K. Cooper and
Thompson &. demons for defendant,
Catallno Mcjcn vn. L. M. White
house. i:ccptlons Jiom Clicult
Court, Plrst Clicult. T. M. Hat'.l
Fon for plaintiff-appellant; Thomp
son & Clenions for dcfcnilant-appel-
Prank Rohello vs. tho County of
Maul. Rofccr.vcd question fiom Cir
cuit Court, Second Circuit. John M.
Vivas for plaintiff; D. II. Case nnd
J. L Coke for defendant.
Territory of Haw-all vh. Mugo and
Se)o. .exceptions from Circuit
Court. I'lrst Circuit. John W. Cat Il
ea rt (or plnlutlft-nppcUco;
About fiOQ dentists fiom all over
lllii Kl.lli. llMntllli'd Iho fill l -fool Ih
iimllHil, rlnvuumx ut tho Illinois
Dental So( let)', which opened In
Ilaron Itoscn, the Russian Ambas
sador to tho United Stntcs, who Is nt
present homo on leave of absence,
,.., lptev(1 i uillcnce hv Hmneror
1 Ncno)llB nt Tsarskoo-Selo.
J . ,-
Tho F,t ts eominn. Let us clean
up the City.
CIIICACO, III., May 28. A wlnd
stoim with u velocity of elghty-slx
miles per hour hus doife eonsldciabln
damage heie. A sioro of buildings
have been BtiucK by lightning.
TOPIIKA, Kilns., May 28. One
man has been killed and twenty-two
liijuied by n wlmlslorm In Lowell
County. The daniugo to property
and ciopu Is large.
m ttm i -
ST. Pr.TKRSIIUIUl, Russia. May
28. The battleship Peter tho (licit,
which went nshoio In tho Huff of
Finland, has boon floated,
2 E ' Si ?- 2 r'
j s 2 '2 ' s sl
p nt. If. a m. n m p m kl-fi,
I 1 Kit I1 - ! (WJ J W i 1' ! i -T
1 it 1 1) (I Vl 1 (l S ."
a .'.v i.h l . ; -.-)
:', ft ll KM HI IV
SM.'I 'J.V, S3J II 0V
4 iV.ll J i) 'J 0-J 1 1 ,Vi
,i (HI '. (I 4 1-1 9.11
1H fl 117
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ft it i. rfl
r, 1? t w .-, n7
; 17 c :' f .
New moon May 2 9 at 4: SI p. m.
Hawaiian ctaudard time u lu hours
It minutes slcwor than Orconwloti
time, bdn'' that of the mcildlnn of 157
lccres 20 ilmitcs. Tho tlmo whlstt'i
lilons nt 1:30 p. m, which Is tho snmu
U Orcen-Ylch, 0 hours 0 minutes. Hun'
and moon are for local tlmo Tor tho
-. Jl ii. it i K M K B K Kt '( K K It K
it i; i( x ii it n r, r. b n v .a
rrlday, May 2,
O. S. S. Alamcili, fiom San l'ran
Cisco, 7:30 a. m
Sliur. Nllhau Oncss, from Knual.
7:15 n. in
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, from
Kauai, 4 n. m.
Klmr. Despatch, fiom Kannapall,
and ports, 11 a. m.
It & U X W H K. TiKltK )C V M
It DEPARTED H
X S It X K R R Jt H V K ft X
l'rldnv, May 29
Slmr. Mauna I.oa, Slmcrson, for'
Mnul and Hllo, noon
h ti a ,t !i a n rt ii -( k ;c v
B SAILING TODAY
V. V X X V M 3t V f )f K
Slmr. Claiidlne, Dennett, for Maul
and Hllo, T, p, m.
n s a fi 5t x w ;t K w ix k if x ;t ;
10 PASSEMflVP! AT!BIVr.il
X JC t ;t, 35 iil J!, KtlJUKJllO!
Per O S S. Ahinmda, Dovvdcll, from
' San rranclseo, May 29 R. Ilnrtcch.
, rhoa. Uourns. Mabel H. Clark. A. W.
I i:,imc, Miss r.mma Hcancy, Mrs. A.
I V llimaii. n.ink L)iie, firs. C. .Mac-
keii7le, Miss Nettie Mackcnric, Mbis
! Sophie Mackenzie. It. 1) Meade. J. V.
iMoigau, MIsh P. L. Rose, John Tliom
a. A II It. Vie. i a Mrs. William Wld-
t and th.ee cliildn n.
i Per iitmr W O Hall, Thompien,
fiom Kiiiinl. Ma) 29, K C. Vnilghuu
mid 1 deck.
5 B R K II n M E3 It I t tt V. X
t' rASSENOEHa DEPARTED
Per tlnr Mauna Jam. SlmerFon, for
Maul and Hllo, Ma) 29. 12 m -Annie
Liner. Col. S Nmili. A. W. Carter
anil wife J. Jnigcntcu II. Siliohlfeld.
Miss J. Siienccr, S. M. HpOici r. Mis '
M. Jotgeiiscn, I. C. Vuughan, C. L.
Ileal, II. P. Isenbcrg. Mugoon.
Per stmr. Klnau, Gregory, for
Knunl. liar "S. .". n. m. MIkm llnnld
' Ini-,ifin.lit9 11 llitlni... f Cf (.!!,
Mrs. Vllhelm,' P. Wob'er.H. 'w. JL
Mist, H. P. Low nnd vlfe.
x h z K :t a k ;t t w -x x v ?c v
n jf h n ; m k a u k h
Per slnir Claiidlno, llcnuult, for
Maul nnd Hllo, May 29, B p m. MIk'
II-isFclle. C. S. NafcluiPUlo, W P. Mil
ler. Ml. Wl'llanm Rev. J, W. Wild
msn. Mis. R. 11. Reed), S. S Litch
field. FEDERAL BUILDING
(Cbntinutd from Twrc l!
the public building, to as to have
tho building entirely united to tho
I received u cablegram the other
day fiom the mercantile bodlea lu to
gaid to l'lcet supplies, hut huvo been
uuablo to allinil lo It. Mr. Hatch
and Mr. MrClell.iu w-lll look after
I will have lo che-o now and hurry
this to the postolllee. 1 hope nil li
going well with you.
W. T. rill'AU.
(Continued from Pfe 1)
ill)', to l."S. Tho neWH thereof vvai
contained In n cnb'cgruni iceelvcd by
tho Henry Watcthouso Trust Co. this
morning from Pollltz lu San 1'i.m
Cisco, The ilto In centrifugals conies ipi
'in ncompaiilinenl to tho recent rlso
lu lietH, which went fiom lis. lid. on
Wedni'hday, to lis. 34(1. yoEtcrd'i).
A bicycle In Thomas Square. Own
i cr can have same by calling at
I Jul let tu ofllco nud pti)lug for till i
Piece i lie land, Pcail City. Apply
"O," lliillctln olllce, lOIG-lf
OBT IN EXT
to yourself and let us build that ca
I aoe, rowiu;-boat, or yacht whieh you
have in wind. We'll have it ready
i in no time, and the price will be so
I lowthat you will -wonder how we can
do it We've done it, however j so
The Best' Whiskey on the Market.
THOa F. McTIGHE & CO. AGEIJTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE MO. P. 0. BOX 755.
Pino Job Printing st the Bulletin.
Charles. D. Walker,
M. A. Guust & Co.
Boa and Maohine Works,
King near Alapai,