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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, II., BATUltPAV. JUNK 20, 1!08.
PAYMENT OF SEWER RATES.
In nccori.anco with Chapter 81 of
llO Revised LaVB of 19v,,, nil tlioso
lioldlng sewer privileges or pa Ing
tower rates are hereby notified that
tha newer .rates for (lie Six (C)
months ciuIIiib December 31, 1908,
will he duo and paablo at the ofllco
of tho Stll'l'lUNTHNDl'NT 01' PUII
LIO WORKS, nn tho flrci'day of July,
A falluro to pay such rules within
flfcen (Hi) (r.ig thereafter will
subject tho holder to 10 additional.
MANL. K. COOK,
MAHSTON CAMPHKLL, l
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, ,
Juno 19, 1908. 4032-at
PAYMENT OF WATER RATES.
As provided for In Chapter 45 of
tho Itovlscd Laws of Hawaii, 190G,
nil peisons holding water privileges
or those paying water rates are hcro
liy notified that tlio water ratos for
tho Six (C) months ending Decem
ber 31, ',1908, will bo duo nnd payablo
on tho lyrst day of July, 1908.
On all such rntcs remaining unpaid
on July 1C, 1908, an additional
chargo'of 10 per cont. will be made.
All privileges upon which ratos re
main unpaid on August 15, 1908, nro
subject to Immediate shut oft with
out further notice.
Itatos aro pa) able at tho office of
tho HONOLULU WATKR WORKS,
J. JL LITTLE,
Superintendent of the Honolulu
Juno 19, 1908. 4032-10t
We have all the Best Bonds in letter-paper.
Our writing paper is just right for
writing; you'll like it.
Hawaiian News Co.,
x CAN HELP YOU
KadiCin " N.
mo numtmr x. tts
Jtorart tf counterfeit
ALL DRKHIIHTH :
King Street, Ewa of Fiihmarket.
DRY O00DS AND FDRNISHINQ
GOODS of EVERY DE
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
L The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Tack Scully. Jack Roberts.
is making the Best Home-made Bread
in town.r Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 197.
I CURE YOUIttELFl
Im Hl u for uni.tu.-
llTlUtlnn. Gf IllrnrailA ..
TSfTHtEHiit CnuicuCo " nimoMiin
VpAaKaiiiin.o.BjM . nl nut .i'ln
.tin. mi nn igff.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
dont by tht
v Ith thtlr new FRENCH dry cltanlno
20? B:.-tinli 8L Phone 1491.
C STOMACH tP
In taking the Bitters W
unvu pur guarantee of its pur
ity, nnd this, together with Ita
64 years' record of cures,
' should convince anjono that It
Is a mcdlclno worthy of a
trial. It cures poor Appetite,
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Cost
iveness, Female Ills and Ma
laria, Fever and Ague.
I'HHfr is ,jifc
about a GAS
STOVE. It is
quick and con
serves heat only,
where it should
Little at a Time
ALWAYS ON HAND.
FRESH BUTTER AND CHEESE.
Sam Wo Meat Co,,
King Street Market. Tel. 288
YOUNG TIM, Manager.
The Peerless 10-Cent Cigar.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
Fleet Is Here!
in our show window and
with it our handsome jewelry
Made in BELT PINS,
WAIST HJSTS. SUAKi' CTNS,
113 HOTEL ST.
This will be a good week
to try the meals
Tho iioct laureate of tho big Fleet
Is Bald to bo Lieut. Llojd II. Chand
ler, riag Secretary. Among the col
lection of twenty-four the following
A SONO OF THE CONNECTICUT.
A mesa th'ero was of knockers gay
(Even as you and I)
Who kicked nnd bucked tho llvolong
(Of courso they knew that It did na
Hut they kicked and Bquahhlcd about
Even as you and I).
Oh, tho squabbles loud
Of thin windy crowd,
Who never could understand.
For their caterer sad, anlrlsh lad,
Who loves his messmates, good and
Arc mighty hard to stand.
(Even as nu and I).
And as tho daB went by the wonder
(For overy ono looked for a fight each
Except those who know It was all
Even as you and I).
Oh, the1 way somo worked.
Oh,' tho work somo shirked
In this crowd of hustlers (?) grand I
For those who lovo them desplto their
Tho 'honors' that each of these laddies
Are easy to understand.
Tho surgeon of tho Flcot, Dr. L. W.
Curtis, prompts Chandler to tako In
dividual and vicarious revengo fot
pills and othor nostrums Rhot into the
Intestines of officers and crew. Here
Is how ho does it:
Who' pumps tho drugs Into jouT
The senior surgoon, ho,
Who pours It out in goblets,
And hands It out to mo.
Twxt health and health's returning
, Ho gets us In his grip;
And, gods, what wo will suffer
On that new hospital shlpl
What gorms aro In tho sick 'bay?
Tho largest mump on earth.
How would ho treat mo for ono? ,
Ho'd Hiiro rcduco my girth.
Dy day with scldlltz powders,
Iiy night with sleepy dope,
Creeps up tho senior surgeon,.
If you only gtvo him rope.
What right has ho to dopo us?
Tho right might gives to all.
How dares ho chop us open?
It's just his bloomln' gall.
And kin of thoso be'g doctored,
Wiose forms ho gaily dents,
Ho monthly for his labor
Deducts his twenty cents.
Trust jo tho senior surgeon.
Trust yo his running mates.
Don't cavil at their treatment.
You're forgotten by tho Fates.
Or if ou daro not risk It,
You'd better not got sick,
For If you do they'll got you,
Aand pounco upon you qnlck.
Mrs. Frederic Lowrcy's "High
Jinks" on Tuesday In hqnor of Mrs.
Arthur Wood, was screamingly fun
ny. Everything was In burlesque, and
tho musical program was listened to
with the greatest attention for the
words as well ub tho melody were
often oft tho key. It was an afternoon
of innocent fun thoroughly enjoyed by
tho forty guests. Tho rooms wcra
beautifully decorated with whlto as
cension lilies, astors, palms and ferns.
A delicious tea wag partaken of from
little tables. Among tho guests were
MrB. D. L. Marx, Mrs. VIda Thrum,
Mrs. Babbitt, Mrs. Ernest Watcrhousc,
Mrs. John Watcrhousc, Mrs. A. Wall,
Mrs. Lovo, Mrs. S. Rlcknrd, Mrs. F.
Atherton, Mrs. A. Oartlcy, Mrs. A
Lewis, Mrs. W. Whltnoy, Miss Mooro,
Mrs. Mooro, MrB. II. Cooko, Mrs. A.
Cooko, Mrs. J. I Cooke, Mrs. W. IL
Castlo, Mrs. II. Wntcrhouso, Mrs. F
Watorhouso, Mrs. Clarence Cooko,
Mrs. Montaguo Cooko, Mrs. Philip
Weaver, MIbh Clark, Mrs. II. Hitch
cock, Mrs. Z. K. Myers, Mrs. A, r.
Griffiths, Mrs. Weight, Miss I'aty,
Mrs. Mackall, Mrs. M. Maclntyro. Mrs.
Molt Smith, Mrs. F. Damon, Mrs. AI
bort Judd, MrB. JamcB Judd, Mlrr
Charlotte Hall.' i
On Wednesday Mrs. Mooro was tho
hostess of a luncheon In honor of Mrs.
Arthur Wood. Tho guosts wero seated
at llttlo tables, which wcro adorned
with red carnations and maidenhair
ferns. Among thoso present were
Mrs. n. F. Marx, 'Mrs. A. Hartley, Mrs.
Itlchards, Mrs. Oilman, Mrs. II. Wat
crhousc, Mrs. Drlnckerhoff, MrB. A.
Wall, Mrs. Habbltt, Mrs. F. Lowroy,
MrB. W. R. Casllo, Mrs. Philip Woav
or, MrB. Z. K: Myers.
Miss Loulo Stacey, who is stopping
at the Hawaiian hotel, will gtvo hor
first, lecture at the Kllohana Art
League rooniB beginning June 20th at
10 a. m. The following program gives
a complete synopsis of her plans. She
comei very highly vouched for:
"MUs Loulo SUcoy, from ttio "High
cr Thought Centro," London. England
On her nocoml lour around tho world,
will glvo tho following lectures on
Tuesday And Saturday morning at 10
n ni. at Kllohana Art League, com
menclng Juno 20: 1, How Thoughts
llocoma Things. 2. Miracle of Bodily
Hiulth, 3. Perrctunl Youth a Scien
tific Fact. A How Healing Takci.
Place. 6. Some Itcnsona Why Wo
Disagree. 0. No Law of Heredity as
Wo Now Understand It. Tho Law
That Is. Mies Stacc can bo seen
by appointment at Royal Hawaiian
Mr. Charles Dcsky has purchased
tho Blckcrton place at Walklkl. Mlsa
Florenco Desky returncj with het
father from Denver, where she has
been studying mimic. Thoy aro at
present located at tho Seaside hotel.
Miss Dcsky Is a cry talented jounj,
girl. Not only docs oho play thn
piano unusually well, lint composes
music, which has been much noticed
In circles musical.
Princess Kalanlanaolc, who returned
from Washington with her husband,
the Prince, has mado a most delight
ful Impression In society there. Her
dignified nnd charming manner, her
olco of gold, combined with perfect
toilettes, greatly pleased tho society
women. Tho Prince mado an excel
lent speech which attracted general
Angelnos and Directolre
LOS ANGELES, Calif., Juno 8.
Adorning the pretty pcrhon of Miss
Dolllo Grnhani, an nctrces in a local
theater, tho now directolre gown
I made Its Initial nppcar.meo on the
Btreets today. As Miss Graham, In
n stunning outer creation of gray,
'glove-fitting, with another garment
of the same color, partially visible
now and then, promenaded Broadway
she attracted h crowd that becamo
almost a mob at times, Patrolmen
had to protect her In the crush.
From the male point of view, the
dress seemed to bo a decided success,
the general sentiment of tho men
favoring it for tho uso of nil women
except their wives and daughters and
Feminine modesty was outraged,
however, and before MIbb Oraham
had been Ave nilnutes on her way
club-women and others began ringing
up the City Prosecutor's offlco to
protest and a committee called to ask
for a complaint and tho actrcsa' ar
rest nn the ground that her clolhlhg
Prosecutor Eddie rushed out to
jget a lew of the sight and appeared
I pleased with It, declaring it pretty,
coy and fetching. Ho sold a special
ordlnanco would havo to 'be .passed
beforo tho wearer could bo prosecut
ed. Eddie expressed tho unofficial
opinion that the dircctotro will thrhe
Miss Dorothy Muriel Frccth, whonc
engagement wag announced Jn this
column last week, to MrMCnmpbcII of
tho First National Bonk, Is baroly sev
enteen jcars old, nnd Is qulto cele
brated as a local beauty. Her por
trait, painted by Mr. Theodora Wores,
created qulto a furore. In 'San Fran
cisco art circles. Mrs. Frccth thinks
her charming daughter too young to
marry at present and tho engaged
pair will wait a few years.
Mr. and Mrs. William Simpson, who
wcro guestu at tho Moana hotol not
long slnco and enjoyed ,themsclvcs
hugely at Avalon, Santa Catallna Is
land, where they aro catching tho
wary fish. Catallna Is famous for Its
fishing and marlno gardens.
William G. Irwin leaves town today
(or tho Eatit, whero ho will join Mrs.
Irwin and Mlsa Hcleno, who expect
to arrlvo in4 the eastern city from
Europo In a week or two. They will
spend several weeks on tho Atlantic
coast and may cross again to tho con
tinent before returning to California.
Mr. Howard Ilcdcmaun, who lmt,
been away for a bIx weeks' trip, to
turned In tho Alnmoda.
Mlsa Fox, a daughter of Sir Douglas
Fox, Ib a guest of her cousin, Mrs
Cllvo Davlea at Cralgsldo. Miss Fox
roccntly camo frpm tho Orient,
Now that tho dog catchers aro per
vading tho town It would bo n cry
good plan to notify the police dopart
merit, or better still, visit tho dog
pound, which is on tho road behind
the prison, If oiio'b pet h mlsBlng
some flno day. Many a good dog has
boen Been In tho pound wagon, notice
nbly'n flno colllo the othor day, and
dogs with collars aro constantly be
Ing snatched from tho payments nnd
dspositcd In tho wagon willy nllly.
Thoy aro not In tho least particular
to notice whether a dog wears i collar
or not. .
Mrs. Olson's tlilmblo tea at the
Pleasanton on Friday afternoon went
off well, the tongues of the fifteen
fair gueaU vying with the needles.
When tea was sered It was grcutly
appreciated by tho Industrious
Do not forgot tho recital of the
Morning Music Club of Miss Julia
Klumpko this ovenlng at tho Alexand
er Young hotol,
i Tho Manoa Improvement Club,
which met with Judge Cooper on
The sale of bwilg fur tha summer season of the l.umley Company and
Hlclinril Uuhler, which starts at tho Orpuoum next Monday evening,
with tho presentation of the society comedy, "Th Climbers," opened
jesterday wltji n brisk demand. Great interest li lielnt; shown by the
theater-going public of Honolulu In tho engagement of this organization
and tho ndvanco salo assumes a most auspicious opening fur the com
pany. Tho opportunity to sco what Is practically nn nil-Blur aggregation
of pl.ijcra in tho best modern American pl.ijs nt popular prices. Mr.
Klchnrd Uuhler, Mr. Frank E. Montgomery Mls) Mao Kciiiip, and Mlsi
Virginia Thornton will imsumo the loading roles, supported by tho full
strength of tho Lifmlcy Companj. I'm the second half of tho llrBt week's
engngemW ''guldleia of Forturio'NwIli l)b."tho bill. 'It U'nf'tho rnmnnllb
costume order and nocr falls to awaken Interebl. Scats aro now on salo
for nil performances nt Orphcum box offlio.
Monday ccnlng, bad t moat Interest- .Mrs. Cllvo I)ile, .Miss Vuid and Mr
Ing tncotlng. (Mnny Important mat- George DnlcH, Bang. Mr. Gcotge
tcra wore discussed nnd tho results D.ules also sang boaituI eolos, "Tho
wilt goon appear. Tho otllcers Jn- Blind Musician" pin) oil Miss Ward
cludo II. 12. Cooper, president; C It. w nig d solo Mr. V II. Humphrls lo-
Hcmeuwny, Iro prcsldetit; John i:f- cited, Mis. Harry Mac,firlaud, pla0J
flugcr, beiretnrj; Malcolm Maclii- on tho mandolin nnd there wero eo
tyre, treasurer: F. L. Waldron, dele- oral 'boiiiIimii songs by n sillor, Jlr.
gate; A. It. Tarlitou, alternate, cen -
Tho Call haa that ono ot the l.iri," '
est tciemonfca of tho season wjll bo
tha wcddlnir of Paul DliiHiunrn uti.r
Miss Mnrlolt.1 HacnH, which will
tako Place nt St. Paul's Episcopal
Church in the prenco of icventl
hundred guests Wednesday conlng.
Juno 21. Tho bridal party will bo u
notnble (inc. Including Bcvcrnl
Mr nnd Mrs Frederick Lowroy will
B,end the summer nt "Nlnlko." their
country place, but will remain at tho,
town Iioiibo until after tho dcpaiture
of tho Tlect. rTlielr two sons. Frol-
crick nnd Sherwood, will arrlvo from
Hanard Cdltco In tho Korea, nml a
collegu friend, Mr. Itmo Ilagnct, will
accompany them. Tho Korea Is ex
picted tho 2!Mh of July,
A m.ist attractive limclicii was glvi
en by Mrs. Dickey, of,Nuuaiiu avenue
in Tuesday. In honor of Mm. Alki.ii.
of Hawaii. Crimson rnrnitloug nnd!toni'a"
maiden hair ferns formed tho center-
Piece. The guests Included Mr. H. Ml. nnd Mrs II. O. Cnburii, who ni
11. Dolo, Mrs. Heslarlck, Mrs.nv. 0.l,he'1 '" ,l10 Alnlllcil 1,'"u 0110
Smith, Mrs. Atliortuti. Mis Ann 1 1 Kll"al t0 re"1'1"
Paris. Mrs. Pr.ilt, Mrs, J. P Cooke. , ,....
Mr. and Mrs. C Hi duiunnn givo , o other Islanda beforo long
pleasant llttlo dinner on TIhiimIiv
fvcnliiR at their Walklk) bunrfalow In
honor nf .TTr. and .Mrs. 11. I Marx,
who Hiiiiii ilcpait for a two juara' tilp
abroad nnd Mr, and Mrs (liorgo
DnvtH. Murk- ocoiploil tho attention
of tho guestH throughout thu evening I
'blzc, there will bo plenty of room for
Mrs. Wlllhm 12. Ta)lor, who has all to comfortably bio thn best mm
beon III nt tho hospital, returned to Ing pictures In town and nt tho nmo
her Ilutes stiect icsldcnco on Wed- timet laugh nt thu Punch nnd Judj
neMln'y. Sho will Hill for thu Coast I'"'"" v. hlcli tikes plnro rftcr tho live
very mioii fm hci hoaltli, lotmulng "1,n,s' ttl,,c,, '"f'11' IH l'" Alamcdl
prohnbl) In tlx months.
Ono of tho Jolly picnic suppera nf
last weok Saturday was given b Mr.
and Mib. Hlrhnnl herH at M'autiawllt,
nciosB thu Pall. Among thu Invited
giiOBtB wcio Mr, anil Jlra. George
Bavles. Mr. and Mm. S G. Wilder, Mr.
and Mr. (?e'rrlt Wlldoi,
Secretary Giullelil Ih making nn ex
cellent iuiprcsslou with over body. Hu
Is n handsome man with a wonderful
address. Ills remarks aro alvvaja to
tho point nnd It was ospeclall notice
nblo nt tlio Commercial Club luncheon
on Friday Unit Im novor deviated from
tho point In vluw, Ills Bpcceh wan
clover in oviry respect Ho must havo
a constitution of lion to bo phlo to at
tend to many strenuous euteitalli
incuts given In his honor.
Tho Seamen' Institute gavu an ex
cellent concert last evening under-tho
mnuagoment nf Mrs Harry Maefar"
lane. A quaint, consisting of Mr nnd
tCllv D ivies cIfo Bang and there were
-tuuiuy stirring choruses by tho uallora
Mr. Harry Macfarlano was the accom
Mrs. Gaines win tho hostess of a
8li'''lng party at tho Plcawnton
rn 'a). at which many children
nlms themselves Mr. GalnM
"oautlful dog Is to bo entered In the
"'iiung ncncii biiow
Mr and Mrs. Arthur Berg wcro
tho host nnd hotess of a charming
llul "lforllml 11,111r on Tuesday
nluB at "lt,Ir J"'0J residence,
, , .
Tho "d'H-ic of Miss Ilhodi Ireo
w,u occllr at ,l10 0rco" fo6'1"'-''" "
M' ttrM ln Ul over.lng of June
30th, nt 8 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Baldwin aro spend
Ing ten days with tho J P. Cookes.
They are being much entertained
Mrs. H. I'ocke, has gono to Knual
ns tho guest of Mrs Francl3 Gay for
THE ROYAL THEATRE
Now that tho enlargement of tha
Iloyal Thcatiu has Liken place and
Hie seating cnp.ii It la twlco Its former
Tha annual reunion of tho Puna
hou Alumni AhsocI.iUou will bo held
m tho afternoon of l'rldiy, tho 26th
ut 3 o'clocl.ion tho PuiUiltou grounds,
just uiakal of P.iuahl Hall. After
tint presentation of thn reports of nf
IlrerB, remarliH will lie mnio by P C
Jones, Itov II W Chamberlain, and
President Orllllths, nnd n recitation
given b Misb Spalding of this j ear's
Senior class Musical numbers will
also bo contributed by thu students
and li thn Alumni Following tha
speeches attention will bo paid tu tho
fruit festival whlili has bceomo u
le.ituro of Ihcbo meetings tl P Wil
der, who has ihurgo nf this part ot
tlio, program, reports that tho Indica
tions nro that there will be a flno
display of fruit.
All members of tho Association nnd
others Interested In Punahou nio cor.
dlally Invited to' attend.
, r .A
Tho Boston Journal snvs of Go i i
or rrear's trip to Boston-
In honor of Governor W F r et of
tho Hnwnilan IrUnd G i ham n Ill
man of Boston givo i. It boon at
Voungs Ho'el estprda It was ory
Interesting on account of tho ass c'.i
'Ion of n number of the guests with
he Islands of the Pacific J. F. Hun
now ell president of the Bostonlan So
eie nlin was present lc the 'on of
'ie elite' oflcor mi the voscl that ci
rle ' ill fW mlsslounr'os from "o
Inn nf"und th Ccpc to thi IJ-n
That -onrin n'terward foun'-l
Jrt mcrcin'lto housp (n nrrv on '
Iness with Hawaii E M Hrwrr i
her guofi room cntt-d th tem b
I Hip direct surcefsor of tint cr j;i i T
mercan'llc li'ne ho Is ai Vim lri
i) irn on Hie Hawaiian Iflauls 1.
i-onre Bond h i a'so thn dl'tln'-tlon 1
having been born on the Ulan Is
Mr Gllmnn the host watf'for motiv
M-ara United States Consul Genernl '
Hawaii and fbr tho list half century
has been closelj IntcrcsUd In tin'
progress uf these Pacific Islands S.
II Capen pivrtdi nt of tin- AiiktIciii
Boird nf Fo e'sn Missions, and tho
Rev 12 .1 Burning of th Congregi
tlonnllst hive lien prominent in goo I
work for the ml'slomr movement l.i
I Hawaii Cllltoi' Klmbill of Honolulu
iV B. Swett end representatives from
.the Boston press wire also present
Lieutenant Governor Draper nxtnd
id a ploaeint g-cetlng to his brothc
Governor white Postmnnter MniifinoM
jrepti'scntp'l tbo IVderal welcome and
via.vor iiinuarii tno municipal.
Governor l'roir pos'erses un Inter
esting porsonillty lie Ins tho tplcal
modern mcrlcnn build of llcht but
nppirotill) wiry frnin. with ti faco
"honing tho Btioimth cf character an I
nlirtness of mind that luve already
won for him honors In the legal pro
fession nnit wl b oj thnt shlno
kindly behind tho gold bowed spec
tacles approirlato for a ichoHr who
Is also n Rtntesman. At the luncheon,
hu dlscii'sol Inform-tlly tho affairs of
Hawaii, d oiling particularly upon tha
strategic Importance of tho Islnnda to
tho United States not as a menaco In
war hut na a protection for peace. In
asmuch rig no foreign power could '
send Its shlpn of war ncros3 the Pa
cific and back with a single coaling,
and Hawaii la tho only stopping placo
on tho'wny It Is for tttls reason, ho
urged thnt a government naval station
will ho of pronounced value He spoko
ii!KO"'of the Btea,ty "upwinl deve'op--ment
of the pcoplo nnl of the growth
of Amerlcinliin In tlio Islands and
biuught. out clearly ,tho commcrchl
value of Hawaii to tho United States
LOCAL NOTICE TO MAniNERS.'-
Nntio'ivoo I Ight Station pige 05 af
ter No 309 (List ot Lights Buoys nnl
DamnrkB 12th Light Hou-o Sub II.
trlct BIOS, prgo 13) To bo locxt"
on tho low pilnt ot lind on the in t
west lil of Kealakekun Biv ib i
1000 f. it (10 mile-) southwptt qf
Cook's Monument, Hawaii Island
July 1 10")S or as toon thereafter
rn prartlcab'e, tbero rill bo o ''
hulled nt llili ntatlon n flxod w' ' t
li'islritern light about 91 feet -b
tho water, nnd 0 feet abate
R'ound. to bo sluw-ii from a lee ' .o,
ored maot having nt Iti tnse nil
whlto houe with red roof and 1
Kallua LlRht Station p-'go ttO . '
No. 300 (List of I.lghtB, Buoys 1
Daj marks 12th Light-House Sub
trlet, I80S. page 13)-To bs lortol i
tho low toint of Ian I on tho rorlh'voV
side of Killui H"- Hnwat' I!in '
tiic tsniutriimont cr tnu -
bo po-lpnnel un'll 'urtlior -
1 Ight-lloiwo Eoird'B V'eek y
Mariners No 20 of May 15 to s n
Nnkalelo Head Lleht Stittm -
fiC, after No 312 (LM nf 1 lg'
Bnovs nnd Daj mirks 12th ' t
llouso Subdlstrlct. 1918 p'gfl 151
l.o located on Nakilelo Point t
most northerly point ot the wo tcr
part of tho Island of Maul '
Tho eBtabllahmcnt of till light will
1)0 postponei until further notlee (fflw
l.lght-Houso Board's Weekly Notlri'
to Mariners No. 20 of May IS 1008
By order of tho l.lght-Houso Board.
J. I. CARTER,
Lieut Commander, U. S. N Assistant
to tho Inspector, 12th Light-House.
Flags all sizes!
Send in Your Orden Early.
Wall, Nichols Co.,
WINT0N, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
FIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
T0URINQ CARS and RUNABOUTS.
in a membership in our aiiociation,
The RetvJrns Are Very Bis.
HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
' Y 'Ik ' v