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EVENMO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.
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PniDAV, JULY 31, 100S.
Lcl Aloha No. 3 Initiation.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Pacific Flrtt Degree.
Kadoih 30th Degree.
All visiting members of tho
Order aro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
BEN. I VICKERS, N. Q.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No 2. K. OF P.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday
ef each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. I',
Hall, corner Fort nnd Ileretanla Sts.
Vlaltlng Brothers cordially welcome,
W. L. LYLE, C. C,
F. WALDRON. K. of II. & S.
OAHU LODGE. No. t, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
dny evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort nnd Ileretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend
A. 0. DEERINO, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, B. P. 0.
E., will meet in their hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
By order of the E. It.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. II. MclNERNY, E. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
VeMn nvorv r.iturdnv evenlne kat
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cdr.
Fort nnd Beretaula. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEE. C.C.,
E. A. JACOBSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prcst.
11. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meeta every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knlchts of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend,
A. B. ARLEIOH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. ot R.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Beit and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAMOTO, Manager.
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST.
F. 8. INagami,
Kodak Developing, Fruiting, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nauanu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General JVjMng A Speoialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
etc. P. 0. Box 914. 221 No. King
St., opp. Asia Park. W. B, Kara, mgr.
'EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
207 Beretania St. Phone 1491,
THE SUPERIORITY OF
is acknowledged by persons
accustomed to drinking the
is to be had at all ban.
J It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
When you get
us to make
Our f 25. suits
f 30. up.
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
For The Home
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD,
HAWAIIAN, PHILIPPINE, AND
SOUTH SEA CURIOS.
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR,
Young Bldg. Phone 339.
CENTENNIAL'S BEST FLOUR
New Shipment in on he Arizonan.
HENRY MAY 4 CO., LTD.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The best prioe you will ever get for
a used article will be the result of a
Bulletin Want Ad.
Rent Franklin cars. Btkyds. Btbls.
II. Rosenberg was an arrival on tho
Alnniedn this morning.
Tho United States District Court
lias been adjourned to August 28.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111 or 191, J.A.
McLeod, for pleasantett auto ride.
Delicious Alkfrretti chocolates ex
Korea. Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Mrs. Emma Buchanan returned this
morning from tho Coast by the Ala
meda. Tlicrc will. bo a meeting of tho
Board of Health at 3 o'clock this af
ternoon Joe Santos hns been overrun with
work repairing bicycles since the fleet
There will bo a meeting of the
Board of Education on Monday lifter
noon nt 3:30 o'clock.
M. Leon Do Waelc, n Belglnn con
sul from tho China coast, Is a through
passenger on tho Clilnn.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
Don't forget the grand clearance
sale at Blom's this Saturday. It will
bo a big shopping event that no one
Honolulu Ixdgo C1C, B. P. O. E.,
will meet In Us lodgeroom. Elks' build
ing, King street, near Fort, at 7:30
Among the passengers arriving by
tho Alameda this morning wns Miss
Norn B. Andrews, a woman lawyer of
Among tho passengers who came In
on tho China this morning was Hns
mi I n Rnhln, n Hindoo gentleman who
is touring tho world.
On Installments of S3 por month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sowing machine. Benny & Co.. Ltd.,
gents, 1286 Fort St. Phono 488.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic
You win be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties. CaltfornlN
Feed Co., agents.
Copies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' t Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
The James Campbell Estate yester
day Instituted suit against Bert Pet
erson to recover land, which ho held
under lease, and on which he had not
paid the rent.
Shop early tomorrow, for wo close
at 1 o'clock. We aro featuring spec-
Inls that aro real money savers; they
will interest you. N. S. Sachs Dry
Goods Co., Ltd.
Tho business of tho City Messen
ger Servlco has Increased so greatly
that the manager has been obliged to
hire extra boys to nttend to tho wants
of his customers.
We can show you a variety of good
clothes; new Spring models in suits
nnd overcoats, made of smart, new
goods of beautiful patterns. Sllva's
Toggery, King street, near Fort.
A. H. Thurlow, who was very pop
ular as steward on board tho Alameda
for a long while, was a passenger this
trip, coming down hero to reopen
Scotty's placo on Merchant street.
Sheriff laukca and ex-Chlct of De
tectives A. P. Taylor havo been sued
by William K. Palkull in a civil ac
tion for $5000 damages. Falso Im
prisonment Is tho reason for tho suit.
Tho 1909 four-cylinder Stc ens-Bur-
yea Is a llttlo larger nnd more power
ful than tho Into model R, and moro
modcrato In prlco than tho six-cylinder.
Seo it at tho von Hnmm-Young
James Polk and wife, two of tho
vaudeville troupo which arrived tills
morning by tho Alameda, failed to
I how up with tho remainder qf tho
company. They missed tho boat at
A matter of Insubordination Is likely
to como up before tho Board of Health
it Its meeting UiIb nftcrnonn. It is
claimed that tho tenants of tho Kallhl
Receiving Station havo been unduly
restive and Inclined to disobey orders
Tho Hawaiian Trust Company,
which pays a llccnso of 1250 ppr year
for carrying on tho trust business, ob
jects to paying another license of $100
for doing a brokorago business. Tho
question has been referred by Treas
urer Campbell to Attorney General
Two mangoes, ono weighing eigh
teen ounces anil tho othor Blxtcen,
have been placed on exhibition by Ger-
rit Wilder In Mclncrny'a window, Fort
street. Tho larger Is of tho Totopalrl
and tho smaller of tho Sandorsha va
riety, both varieties from India. These
ore tho fruit of grafted trees four
Through tho Instrumentality of
Mnnngor F. W. Everton of tho Sea
men's Institute, under whoso auspices
thu entertainment was given, Rov.
Wm. D. WCstervelt delivered n vory
dnjoyablo storeoptlcon lecture on
board tho U. S. S. Mllwaukeo last
evonlng, which was witnessed by n
largo number of tho ship's company.
A Most Excellent AMoitment ot
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
fl3?J3NO ST. PHONE B2S.
0. 0. Hottel ia authorized to collcot
and receipt for the undersigned.
A. R. Rowat, O.V.S.
is possessed by one person in a
We can give you glasses that will
correct imperfect vision.
Tho condition of tho road, leading
up to Punchbowl was discussed by the
members of tho Piomotlou Committee
which met yesterday.
Speaking from tho nutnmobtllsts'
point of view J. A. McCandless stated
that tho condition of tho roads Is such
thnt thoso wishing to no up to tho
crest of tho crater in their automobiles
ore prevented from doing so. It was
decided that the Board of Supervisors
should be asked to repair the roads.
Wlllard E. Brown, who returned re
cently from tho States, said that tho
I'coplo on tho mainland wero begin
ning to know more of conditions In
Secretary Wood reported that ship
ment or fruits, consisting of pines, nl
llgntor pears, mangoes mid ptp.ilas,
had been sent to Los Angeles for ex
hibition purposes. Ho leporled fur
ther that It. K. Bonine was tnklng n
scries of moving pictures of the plno
npplo Industry. ,
Tho Much heralded Henry French,
Hnllcii nnd Fuller ull-stiir vnudovltlo
company arrived on the Alameda to
day, that Is tho mitjnr portion did.
Three of tho nets managed to miss
the boat although It was held for them
n half hour, their baggage being on
tho boat. They wero leTt behind but
u cablegram recched jvslerdiiy stat
ed that they had left on the Hllontnn,
which will nrrlvo In Honolulu Wed
nesday next. As both Mr Hallcn, tho
manager of tho company nnd Messrs.
Cohen & Lumley of the local end aro
ndvcrsu to giving n poiformancu with
out tho full strength of tho company,
thu opening hns been postponed until
next Thursday. Those having seats
for Monday can huvo name changed
OFFICERS CALLED DOWN
(Continued from r 1
his reports, but in which the chief
absolutely neglected to take action.
In one case, as Apana nnd Luuhlwa
and some other oflkcrs wero on their
way to Kallhl to raid n crap game,
Apana was lnfornicd by nn Informer
that a Chinese glmc was going on on
Lllllia street In if vell-l.novn lolnt
The officers raided this game, nnd nr
lested ten gamblers, who tho follow
ing dny entered pleas of guilty. This,
Apana says, greatly displeased Ka
laklela, who berated both him and
Lunhlwn roundly for making tho nr
rcsts. Kalaklcla this morning admitted
thnt ho had Issued tho orders refer
red to by Apana nnd stated In expla
nation that ho wanted to know just
whnt the officers under him wero do
ing, and nleo thnt ho must ho In
formed who tho informers used were,
as the word of an Informer who had
been convicted would not be taken by
the Court. He nlso admitted that ho
had scored Apana nnd Lunhlwn for
making tho Lllllia Btrcet nrrest, stilt
ing thnt by doing so they hnd missed
a chance to raid tho crnp-players at
Kallhl, which ho considered tho big
Sheriff laukca stated that he
would not tnko the word of a dis
charged employe for anything, and
did not consider It sufficient to base
nn Investigation on. Ho had full
conlldcnie In Knlaklcln. Beyond
this ho did not wish to discuss thu
In view of tho fact that Apana
wns discharged for not rnidlng ror
taln gambling places, nnd wns roast
ed by his superiors for .raiding cer
tain others, tho position or tho police
authorities In tho matter of gam
bling seems to have becomo a very
complicated one. The chatigo In tnc
tlcs Is fuithcr accentuated by the
fact that the old dctectlvo forco Is
rapidly being cleaned out. Reovcs
nnd Apana having been nsked for
their resignations, Townsentl having
resigned, and Leal being removed to
another branch of tho department,
so thnt now only Ah! nnd Mcdclrns
nro left from tho former organisa
tion. IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, July 31.
KAUULUI Sailed July 30:
S. S. Virginian, for Hllo.
THK STEAMER Alcsla, Captain
Arnsi, iiMiig tiio German flag, but en
paged In tho Portland-Asiatic trndo,
arrived m port last evening, nnd
docked at tho Hackfeld wharf. Sho
Is discharging 250 tons of Oilemul
(rolght hero. Sho left Yokohamn on
the Biimo day ns tho Siberia, which
arrived hero on last Sunday. Captain
Arnst reports an uneventful trip.
THE IIELENE nrrlved In port oarly
this morning from Kuwnlhno, with 3
deck passengers, und freight ns fol
lows: 9100 bags sugar, 75 head cat
llo, 110 bales wool, I bilo dry gooy,
1 caso sundries, 1 empty gas drums,
3 bales sheop Bklns, 10 bundles goat
eklns, 70 bundles hldoa, 1 horso, 1 cow,
und 1 calf.
Back From Convention
"We got whnt wo went for, tli.it iixt wounded In n fight between
Is a plank for tho extension of tho ctrtkers nnd tho authorities. Tho
principles of the American land pol- situation is grne nnd n further
icy to Hawaii. Everything waa con- bloody clash Is looked for tomorrow,
ducted In harmony nnd HryniiHi
chances of winning nt tho coming'
elcctlon are bright," said K. M. Wnt-
son this morning.
The Hawaii Democratic delegates
to the Nntlgnnl Convention nt Don
vcr returned this morning in liio
steamship Alameda, They wcio met
by Supervisor Joseph Fern oft the
harbor, who took the :i to the resi
dence of Frank Harvey in Kallhl in
nu automobile driven by MnnucI
Recs. The machine was decorated
with carnation lets In lionor'of the
In the machine besides the driver
wero Frank Harvey, K. M. Watson,
Attorney Coko of Wnlluku, nnd Jos
E. M. Wntson stated that they
were extended cordial receptions
wherever they went. Tho Democrat
ic Convention did all It could to pro
mote tho Interest of the local people.
The extension ot tho principles ot
tho United States land law to Ha
waii, which tho local Democrats
wanted, wns included In tho plat
form, with n fow changes and niter
utlons to lit local conditions. Tho
people there furnished tho local del
egates returned greatly satisfied with
tho results of their work.
Frank Hnrvcy wns very indignant
nt tho report which appeared In one
of the local papers, which quoted
him us stating before he left thnt he
(Continued on Page 5)
AMERICAN CAR ARRIVES
PARIS, France. July .10. Tho
American cur In tho round-the-world
nice arrived hero today.
This race started In February last,
there having been six contesting
cais, thrco French, nn Italian, a Ger
man, nnd nn American. Tho Ger
man car nrrlved In Paris somo days
ngo, but It Is understood will bo dls
qunllty nnd tho American declared
the winner. The others abandoned
0LD-AQE BILL PASSED
LONDON, Kng., July 30. The
Old-Age Pension Bill was passed to
day In the Hoiibo of Lords, but was
amended prior to the vote In such n
way as will mnko it unacceptable to
the House of Commons.
TRAGEDY IN SEATTLE
SKATTL13, Wash., July 30. J. F
Flfcr today killed his wife, his daugh
tcr, nnd another woman mid then
committed suicide. Domestic tiou
hies led to the tragedy.
KVURKTT, Wash., July 31.
Three persons were drowneil hero to
day ns u result of tho capsizing of u
SUVA, FIJI, July 30. Tho nnvnl
auxiliary (1 lacier got into comimini
cation on Tuesday with tho battle
Bhlp Georgia, which was then 2100
VIONKUX. France, July 30. SIX
pcrfeons were killed hero today and
On and after AUGUST 1ST I will
be located in the ELITE BUILDING, i
corner of Adams Lane, where I shall H
give my personal attention to all I
branches of work in the '
PAINTING BUSINESS I
and shall be pleased to have both old
and new friends call on mc. And, as H
A Sign I
Sharp Sign Shop
will still hnvo tho merit I
so well known. U
Yours For Trade, B
TOM SHARP. 1
Phone 307 I
FA1UVIBW, Neb., July .10. Bry-
" '" oegun work on his letter or
ncceptnnco of tho Democratic noml-
nation for tho Presidency.
MAIL FROM NAURU.
Tho Norwegian steamer Orland Is
expected In from Ocean Island nbout
tho 10th of next month, with another
load of fertilizer, consigned to Theo.
II. Davlea & Co. Sho should nlso
bring In mall from Nauru, which
conies so seldom,
CRAIQVAR SAIL8 TODAY.
Tho British collier Crnlgvar, which
hns been In port for somo tlmu un
loading coal for tho navy, sails nt C
o'clock this nftcrnonn for Comax,
whero kIio will tnko on n load of coal
for the Orient.
TUB ARRIVAL of tho Alnniedn tills
morning from tho Coast with mill, nnd
tho early departure of tho China lir
San Frnnclsco, gles n very lino op
portunity for answering mall quickly.
THU BARK S. C. Allen, which wns
expected to salt n't 10 o'clock this
moinlng for thu Sound, did not get
away nt that time. She waited for
THK GERMAN steamer Alcsla,
which nrilveil here last evening, mlU
nt daylight tomoriow for Portland.
CAPTAIN CHRISTIANSEN' of tho
Irmgnrd paid n visit to old ft lends on
tho China this morning.
Till: CLAODIM-: sails on her log-
ulnr trip to Maul and Hllo tit
o'clock this afternoon.
"It s tin bad observed tho man
who seemed to bo thinking aloud.
"What's too bad?" queried tho par
ty who had overheard tho observation.
'That our neighbors always know
when wo Invto filend onions for suii-
per, hilt nuver get next when wo hao
htrawbenles nnd Ico cieani," explained
the noisy thinker.
NEW - TO-DAY
K0NA TOBACCO COMPANY, LTD.
Tho first assessment or twenty-five
per cent. ($25. per share), on the
ussessablo stock of tho Komi Tobacco
Company, Ltd., was duo on Juno 30,
190$, und Is now delinquent mid
bears interest nt thu rate of eight
per cent, per annum ftom said date.
If not paid by July 30, 1908, tho
shales on which tho snmo Is duo will
ho advertised nnd sold according to
law nnd tho by-laws of the Com
pany. Tho second assessment of ton por
cent. ($10. per share) on said stock
will ho duo und pajublo on July 30,
190R, mid will bo delinquent after
All nsvessincnts p.iyiililo to tho
Treasurer of the Company nt Tho
Hank of Hawaii, Ltd., In Honolulu,
O.ihu, T. II.
Dated, July 30th, 190S.
CIIA8. L. HEAL,
Treasurer, Kona Tobacco Com
pany. Ltd. I007-3t
Thursday, July 30.
Ger. S. S. Alcsla, Arnst, ftom Yoko
hama, 7:15 p. m.
Friday, Jiuy si.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, from
San Francisco, 7:15 n. in.
P. M. S. S. China, Frlele, from tho
Orient, 10 n. m.
Stmr. lleletic. Nelson, from Kuwul
hac, 4 n. in.
forts, 5 p. m.
Thursday, July 30.
Gregory, for Kauai
P. M. S S. China, Frlelo, for Snn
Francisco, 0 p. m.
Br. Btmr. Cralgvnr, for Comax, t!
Stmr. Claudlne, Bennett, for Maul
ports and Hllo, 5 p. in.
Per S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, from
Sin Fnclsco, July 31. W. Adonis.
Carl I). Andrews, Miss Nora B. An
drews, Mrs. Emma Buchanan, Miss M.
L'. Burlcman, Miss Carroll, Jos. Clark,
Mrs. Clark, Jns. I,. Coke, Mrs. J. (I.
Cooper, Mrs. W. J. Cooper. K. T. Cos
ier, Mrs, Cosper, Miss J. Coulter Miss
M .Coulter. Wilton Dale, Mrs. Ollvo
Baggy, A. C. Emery, Mrs. Emery, Miss
Margaret French, Mr,H. Geo. T. Frost,
Miss L. Gardiner, Mlts J. Geary, .Mrs.
Aniilo 1). Gould, Fred Hnllcii, Mr J.
Hnllcn, Frank Hnrvoy, Allan Herbert,
Mrs. E. L. Kluslen, Mrs. A. L. Lnno,
Kami. McCall. Mrs. MrCall, Miss C.
.McDonald, Mrs. Gordon McLean, Miss
Lorna McLean, Miss Margaret T. Mc
Lean, F, C. Martin. Mrs. F. G. Mnf
ntt, Mrs. Hugh Pi leu, C. F. Robins. H.
Rosenberg, Miss S. F. Ross, Frank
Smith, A. II. Thurlow, J. W. Vim lleb
her, E. M. Wntson, .Mrs. Wntum and
child, Mrs. U A. Wills, Prank Wilson,
R. It. Woudhousu, Mr. Hellnmaii, Mr.
Per P. M. S. S. China. Frlele, fiom
Yokohama and Oriental pints, July
31. For Honolulu: D. Mclntyie,
Hussnln Ilnhlin, For San Francisco:
I). Hell-Irving, M. Leon Ho Waelc,
Miss II. E. Glbbs, Kill Po Kong, Geo.
Laiumert, Miss McCook, A. T. Pcrcl
vul, II. Rli hards. S. E. Sladc, F. M.
Blade, Mastor S. E. Sladc, T. Willi.
W. J. Conroy, J. Fiost, Mrs. George
Lnmmcrt, Rev. J. J. McConk, Dr. E.
11. II. Old, IT. S. N.i C. W. Prultt. C.
W. Schmidt, Mrs. S. E. Slado nnd
maid, II. C. Slade, C. A. Sutter.
Per stmr. Klnuu, for Kniml ports,
luly 30. Miss Stewart. Miss W.
Wheeler, MrB. Falrchlld nnd family,
C. W Spitz and wife, C. Schoctilng, II.
S. Yoamnils, Hro Fat nnd wife. Cliimn
Kim Chong, Ah Shirt. Ilea Fat chil
dren, W. -W. r.hlers. Otto Wlx. Fred.
Well, Mark Well. Cheong Chang. A.
Lindsay, Jr., and wife. Miss Youn::
Miss I'ayo, Mrs. Wlilttlngton. .Mrs. It.
:i. Biodle, A. Horner. Jr.. K. W. Conin,
Miss E. Rice. Miss Tucker. Mis.
Christ. Miss D. Hnrtwell, Mrs, II. .1.
Auld, Mrs. Chas. Sloimen, Mrs. W. L.
Bowers, Master Unworn E. Kenloha,
Mo Man Wing, Mrs. E. A. Kuudseii,
Pah On, David Pah On.
1 PASSENGERS DOOKED
Per stmr. China, Frlele. for San
I'riincli-rii, Jnlv 31 O C Rwnln und
wife, MIsb Ethel lliiiiliiiin, Geo. lliti-s, '
Miss Julia Kliiinpkc, Mrs. Whiting,
R. A. Bowers. J. J. Eagln and wife,
Herbert A. Eagln. Geo. W Ro l'dds,
Frank Grlmley, Mr. It Fester and II.
CHINA CAUGHT TAIL
When the Chlni nrrlod this morn
ing from tin- Oilent In r ollkers woio
extremely anxious to hear of tho out
come of the tihiio:i vlilih thoj knew
had happene on tho China ciasL
They scented damage, though their
first news was gotten heie. Thu
China caught the tall or this bin v. but
tho weather was not exceedingly bad,
and tho blow was soon over.
She had ail otherwise pleasant tilp,
with fow (.cut. or Itilui t. Aiilvlng '
off pint rather late, hhu ducked about
10.30 o'clock. With 2."i Inns or gen
etal Oileutal freight to discharge, hIio
Js billed to get away Tor Sail FraacUtu
at ii o'clock this opening.
Shu hns a hinill cumd, as usual,
with two dozen passengers altogether
In tho cabin, nnd with 40 In the steer
ago for this port.
Theso steerago passengers muda
qitlti) an unuy ns tho)' -left tho ship,
lully 35 being Japanese women vliu
have husbands waiting for theni in
this city. The olheih wero .lupiui'Ml ,
men, who woio all die. d in tho Jap
j'U'bo Htle. clogs nnd all, but i-uh of
whom had his head Mil mounted by a
Hither formal looking American hat.
Thero wero but two cabin i ih.,uii
giTh for this port.
Tho C'hln.i left Hongkong cm tho
lllli und Yokohama on thu JJinl.
MaJ. John J. Iteovo, staff ollicer of
Conletlirntu Generals Hood und .Mili
um nnd assistant udjutanl-goucial of
tho Army of Tennesseo nt the lull ot
Vlclcoburg. died nt Henderson, Kj.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have it ready
in no time, nnd the price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however; so
wo KNOW. '
Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near AlapaL