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EVENING nULLETlN, HONOLULU, T. IT., SATURDAY, NOV. 7, 190S.
Oceanic Second Ocrjree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Aloha Temple Special.
All visiting members of tho
Order aro ronllally Invited to
Httcnd meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets cvory Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. O. 1'. Hall, l'oit Stroet.
E. it. lIi:NUItY. Secretary.
dun, r. vicicehs, n. a.
All visiting brothuru very cordially
0A1IU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first rind tlilrd F:l-
day evening nt 7:30 In K. of 1. Hall,
corner Fort and Ileretnnla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. (5. DKEUINO, C.C.,
JAS. V. WHITE, K.U.8.
HONOLULU L0D0E 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Eodpo No. CI 6, 11. I. O.
E., will meet In their lull on'KIng
near Fort Stieot every Friday even
ing. lly ordtr of the E. It.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
W1I. II. McINEKNT, E. It.
Vfm. M'KINLEY L0DOE No.8, K.ofP.
Mofta every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7.30 o'clock In K. of I.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ileretnnla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. V. I.. FltAZEE, CC,
1J. A. JACOHSON, K.H.3.
HfJliOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Mccti on the 2nd and 4tU WED
NESDAY evenings of oii.li month nt
7:3v o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
llerctanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro luvltod to nt-
W. E. FR55EB, V.'., Prest.
II. T. MOOUE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Mectb pvory first and third Thurs
Jnjs of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hull. VWtlng brothers cor
dially Invited to uttrud.
A. Ti. AKI.Einif, Sachem.
A. E Ml RPHY., C. of It.
Three New Models
Now in Stock
We will ne pleased to place one on
trial in your offico or store.
Cull or riiiir us up. f
OFFICESUPPLY CO., Ltd.
931 Fort St. Tel. 143
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
dor.e by tha
with, their new FRENCH
857 Erretnnia St. Phone 1491.
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. McTIOHE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE lO. P. 0. BOX 735.
in an automobile is Just the thfne.
Call up 200 388 or 1458 and ask
C. H. BEHN
35- BULLETIN ADS PAY
I Bird I
1 Foods I
Hint satisfy lioth
tilnl and lni)er.
Wo have ,v hil
birds lll.e - Mini
mi, lMrd sand,
11 1 U reed, nLd
lllnl tonics Thorn
nrc finm the Phil
adelphia It 1 r d
1'oud Co. and are
& Co., Ltd.
Always Fresh at
Port and King St.
J. I. Silva's Store,
This sale applies only to the main
store at Eleeic.
To make room for a consignment
of goods now on the way,
A Great Reduction
IN ALL LINES OF
These will be sold at
LESS THAN COST
ENGLISH TAILOR O00SS,
BOOT" AND SHOES,
HATS AND OAFS,
At Sacrifice Prices.
ALL THESE PRICES STRICTLY
A fine line of Fanoy Wines and
Liquors for the Christmas trade in
our Liquor Department.
arc 10 or 15 per cent, cheaper,
but they last just 50 per cent,
as long- as'
W. P. FULLER & CO.'S
And their cheapness shows
from the first-day, and mois
and more every day.
Our Paint is superior in
quality to any other; we
-guarantee it to give perfect'
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King- St. Phone 775.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of tbeae
numbers! 2B0, 200, 1087. ' "
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If you have a Real want a Bul
letin Want Ad. will fill it. .
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Hr 0 11. Cooper c.ituo hack todny In
tho Maun.t Ken
(let your lunch nt tho New England
It-ilmrr. llotiil street
Mr nml Mm. Oeorgo I' Custlo were J
... .... ir..n I... i v I
arrivals in me .muh;i ,.-. .."...j.
11 I Haldwln mill II. A. Haldwln
came down fumi Ma"1 11i1k morning.
Mr nml Mis. Jus. 11. Cum If, who
have boon visiting on Hawaii, came
.1 r llnckrolil nml II. Eoeke wore
among tht! passengers today In the
w M Knusknnut of the Survey De
partment returned today from his of
Helm trip to Hawaii.
11 C Keiineily arrived mis morning
from Hawaii uu business. Ho was
arroinpanleil li MrK. Kennedy.
Take your carriage or auiumouua
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co,, tor
The lVderal nllowalico to tho Na
tional (liinnl of Hawaii utnounts in
SC055 70 Tor supplies and I277.fl5 for
New woollen sweaters for men, wo
men and children nine just arrived at
Yee Chan's, llethel uiul King. Prices
from 50c up.
W II C. Campbell of Jlllo came
down this morning on business. Ilo
will leave for his home next Tuesday
In thu Manna Kea.
The wash kooiIs now heme dls-
pl.ied by Whitney & Marsh at U.e
yd. aro a ureal bargain. Just right
for skirts and coat suits.
W T. Itoblnson and D. II. Case, re.
spoctlvel) former Tax Assessor and
County Attorney of Maul, were arriv
als today In the Mnuna Kea.
Coat your Iron roots wiui "Arawr..
You will be surprised at ttt cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co.. agents.
The Alexander Young Cafo makes
the finest home-mailo candles In tho
city, and has a special auto delivery
o any part or tho city upon snort
notice. Phono Dtf.
Eollx llrughclll was a passenger to
Han Francisco by the Enterprise, to
have a look at his farm In Napa Coun
ty. Cal, He will probably bo back
on the return trip.
The annual Thanksgiving sale lit
the N. S. SacliB Dry Goods Co., begins
next week. It Is a side that will save
you money on all qualities of table
linens. Don't miss It.
Miss Power has a number of beauti
ful new models In fall millinery Hint
were brought by tho last steamer. Tho
most strikingly novol designs of the
season. Huston building.
Mrs. Koarns will hnvo dollclous
honiemado mincemeat for thanksgiv
ing on sale at all tho leading grocery
houses. Just aB cheap an) twice as
nice as the Impelled article.
There will bo a full rehearsal of Hie
caste of "Tho Miser's Mill," Monday
arternoon nt 2:30, at the Caatle Kin
dergarten, for chorus work, under Hie
dlit'ctlon of Mrs. Allen White.
The curio store cases, In which tho
defendants aro accused of violating
tho Sunday selling law, came up In
Pollen Court ngaln yesterday, but
weie postponed to November 11
I' or all-wool quality, for style, for
conectness of tailoring and for per
fect lit, there are no clothes to com
pare with those made by Hart, Schaf
fucr & Marx, Sllvu'a Toggery, agents,
Reis & Quinn are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
199 Short runs 60c and SI. 00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
hoopine and calling.
I-or xale at KtiiintiKi: unq ami one
half acres In choice fruit trees.' New
house, modern. Yields SS00 per year
Irom fruit trees. Ilargalu price. Thrco
furnished liousoa tor rent, water-
hmisa Trust Co., Ltd., Ktirt and Mer
Monday next, the 9th Instant, will
bo the G7th nunlvcrsnry of the hlrlh
of Ills Majebty, King Edward tho
Vllth. A reception In honor of the
occasion will bo held at the llrltish
Consulate on that day, between tho
hours of 11 n. m. and 1 p. in.
John K. Dillon and .family-left on
tho Entorprlso for San Krnncltco,
where they exiicct to lemaln. Mr.
Dillon took with him from Mnnngor
Webster of Pcpeukco, n very valuably
icmembranco nt the work ho .had dime
nt tho plantation as bookkeeper.
Tho Japanese fishermen, who se
cured tho whale prize at llllo, finished
gutting oil last week, Thoro Is some
bone they aro now working after, oth
erwise the skeloton Is as perfect us
when tho bg fish was first hauled up
high and dry on tho buach, whoro It
Thd celebrated California table
winea from the Napa and Sonoma
Company's Vlneyurds. These wines
received thn first prlzo wherover ex
hibited. Red and whllo wines mid
tho exquisite sparkling wines, Mnsollo,
sparkling Hauterno and Sparkling
Ilurgimdy. Lewis &Co., Mil., wlno
cellaru, 1C9 King street, solo agents
for Hawaii, Tclephono 240,
Human Catholic Cathedral "Our
I,ndy of Peuco." 6 and 7 n. m., low
masses wllli holy communion and Por
tuguese Instruction; 9 a. ni.; low mass
for children with 'English sermon;
10:30 n. m., high mass with Natlvo
sermon; 2 p. m., Itosary and Natlvo
Instruction; 7 -p, m., Portuguese ser
mon and benediction of tho lllcssod
Sacrament. During tho week tho
mnases at C and 7 a. pi.
A Matt kMlleat Assortment
W. W. Ahana Co.,
ee S. KINd ST. PHONE (25.
THE BEST "nTTERS" IN TOWN.
PRESIDENT PALMA BURIED
HANTtAOoS Cuba, Nov. 0.- Tfie funeral' of Ie-Presiifent Palma Jit
Culialtuok plnii.,todny. llusluess was 0speiidod. i
REMOVAL MEASURE CARRIED
SAN" EHANCISCO. Calif., -Nov. .
which was supposed to have been hot
to have carried.
OVER A HUNDRED R0WNED
TOKIO, "Japan, Nov. C. The Tnlshln Muru has been sunk In n slori.:
off Ettoro Island. One bundled nml' fifteen people were drowiii'd nod
twenty-nine saved. , ,
CONTEST DENEEN'S ELECTION
CIIICAHO, III., Nov. ti. Thu election of Deueeii for tlovei nor will bo
coillested, the Democrats claiming that a leeount would elect Kteeni,uu.
GOOD MAJORITY IN CONGRESS
CIIICAHO, III., Nov. C.-Tho ItiilteatloiiR aro Hint the next CongicW
will have 21 8 Itepiibllcaus and 1711 Democrat,",
m i m
SEVEN DIE IN FIRE
SWAll I,AKE, Mnnltoba, Nov. C. Seven lire dead inid one dying an
the result of u fire In a farmer's house.
. CINCINNATI, Ohio, Nov. C Tho Tafls hae gone to Hot Spring,
Vn to stay until after Thanksgiving.
m mm m
KILLED IN ELECTION RIOTS
EISUON, Portugal, Nov
nt 1'ort.o Deiiiez.
EXPERT REPAIRING OF OLD
REGAL SHOE STORE,
CORNER OF KINO AND BBTHEL STREETS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Saturday: November II, Is the last
day bii which lo 'pay taxes.
Tile; Maklki tenement cases wore
IMistponud In the pollro court ) ester
day until November 11.
St. Augustine on tho llearh. Walk!
kl Sunday, 0 it. in., mnss with hing
ing and English sermon.
Patronesses who have recclu'd their
two tickets for tho Outrigger Club
danco at the Moann aro requested to
send checks for samo to Mrs. A. (I.
Hum (lahaucr, who was taken to
(ho police station Thursday by Detec
tlvo Uike, was charged with Insanity
la Iho Pollco Court yesterday and
Tho pendulum to n clock was lost
on Iho Puliation car lino between Pa
waa Junction and M. It. Counter's
store. Klnilor will pleuso leau at
Hev. E. W. Tltwlng hns asked Clov
crnor 1'iear (o appoint htm u Delu
gate to the International Opium Con
ference held nt Shanghai homo tlnei
In January. This will probably lw
done. . , "II V-:
C. 11. Wells, former manager of 'i..
luku plantation, Maul, was, given ,a
farowell banquet on Thursday, Ho
miiy-niiiw! In Honolulu to attend tho
annual meeting of tho Planters' Asm
elation noxt week. Ho Is sucroeded
by Harry Penhallow, who has worked
under Mnnngor Wolla for somo tlmo.
(Continued from Pa;e 1)
dale for Deputy Sheriff of Walalun:
Personal expenses ......... J 2S.00
Salary clerk and two messen
Salary of ono watcher 10.00
Expoiibcu ot public meetings IT,. 00
Chi is. Holt, Republican caudidalu
for Deputy Sheriff or Honolulu:
Nomination feo . 25,00
Poi'hounl expenses 10,00
Printing and advertising ... 20.50
- - The Capitol removal iiii-nRilin
ten In the direct piliuary li fotitid
pcuplii weie killed In election rlnti
This 'shoe comes as
near perfection as fin
est materials and ex
pert workmanship can
Made of finest Black
King Calf, with full
leather lining. An ideal
dull leather, shoe for
business and general
wear. It has attractive
style and excellent
SHOES DONE IN A JIFFY.
I'llblle meeting:! 1.00
Total $ r,. no
Win. A. Kane, Itepilhlieun eauill
datu for Supervisor:""
Nomination feu ,....$ "ft. 00
PArfc'iua I expenses '. 4. JO
Printing and ndvci tlslng. . . X.r.O
Ktallouary and imslugo .... .7T,
Publie uicetiUKS 3,00
Total J 11.25
(Uorge NuwaaUoa. Imlepenileut
uiiidlilatu for Deputy Shetlff of Ewa,
ipeut only his nomination feo of $l!f.
Charlhi Aclil did not do much
spending in his inn for Muyor, Ills
LXpoiibca being as follows:
Noiuluatlon fee . . . t L'.'.OO
Peihoual oxpuiihua ITi.OO
Pi luting nml iidvciHslug. . . 7.r,0
Stationary uiul liostnge .... 1.50
Public meetings ,... 7.fi0
Total s ncr-o
WAILEHIS VS. KALIHIS
The U'allehls and Kulllilu will
pbo .1 (Mnu of baseball nt Kuplolnnl
Park tomorrow ufluruooii nt 2
o'clock, A lively contest Is promised.
University nf California may take
over California women's hospital.
Well-known Chlncso editor nil-
dresses Stanford students.
to neglect one's Eyes, but it is also
RUINOUS. Don't do it.
j IN FonciotTTonTs I j S?" i
Satunlay, Nov. 7, 1908.
VKTOItIA -Sailed Nov. 7:
Aornugl, for Honolulu.
SAN l-'UANCISCO - Sailed Nov. 7:
S. H. Al.itiiPila for Honolulu, 1p.m.
Friday, November C.
HAN rilANCISCO Arrived Nov fl:
K. H. Ilijiigkong Main, S a. in., hence
Del. a I'.
SAN rilANCISCO-Salleil N.ov(. fi;
Ilk. Alinlo .loliUnn. Tor llllo.
Ilk. Andiow Welch, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Atiiwd Nov .
S. S. Ainerlea Maui heiiee Oct. 20.
YOUNG TREES WILL
One Hundred Each Of
' Eight Varieties'
1'iesh, giecii'lii't'X. smh us one pros
on Hni inoiititalns of Southern Califor
nia, will soon he uprliigliu: up on Mnu
nakea and llaleakala, two of Hawaii's
liioiiiilnlns, as (he lesull of the pin
posed experiment wlilili will be tiled
by l-'ot ester Hostiier. An soon ns
lOine neecKsaiy ledlilio III iniiliec.
Hon with (he uxi llluri' of I lie iimi
uppiopil.itlou for this piliHirie Is gone
through with, Mr llo-uncr will limned
lately inako airangenienlii for tho
tralisport.illoti ami trniisplanltug of
rhiuit toil earli of Fin en or eight dlf
leient kliulH of lioes.
Them tiees will l,p keeured finm
the Covcinmi'lit nursoili's on the
Coast, mill will rouslit In the main of
thoj-e nrletleH which glow to Hie bust
mlvuulugi' on the liiouulalu slopes of
Southern ('allfotllla. I lie liees will
be planted In lueaere, fenced In. en-
clinuies nml ti few of each of tile dif
ferent MirlitUs will be put In eieh ele
(iosuio. I lieve will lie about four of
tliete euclosuii's on llaleakala and
also M.iuuuke'i, mid the will be at
illneielil elevulious. II Is lierei sary
lo fence III tho plots In order to pro
teet the young lender tn-ea from the
wild .cattle nml wild bogs.
FATE PLAYS TAG
WITH BATTERED SHIP
On Iter way (mm Uremerton lo this
pint the I'. S. S. Charleston pni.:Md
through a mtmhci of strange export-
i nces. She was tossed about by n
vicious storm, whlih seemed bent on
making nil possible lioitble for tho
raw dew hj which thu ship w.ii
manned ; debijed by fog and. In mM-ou-uii.
waa Mopped uuil put about bc
lause the look-out thought that he
lirnnl u ei for help. TJm heaieli
llghU idayeil on the water for an
hour or more and the miser made
level ii I evolutions, expelling to llml
someone In distress. As no one wns
found, the nlllceis i-ame to the loaeiii
tlou that Hit' lookout must have been
mistaken and the ship utc ceded on
MONGOLIA IS DUE
ON THE FOURTEENTH
On the Kill, the sleniiicr Mongolia
of thu I'aellle Mull line will arilve
heio fioni Yokohniin. The Moiigiilla
rarilea the Chinese spn ltd envoy to
the Hulled Slates and Western Eu
I ope, mid his suite, ns well a a large
passenger list. The ship also In lugs
1S5U tons of lulscellam oils fri Ighl to
this port. She will pioluhly continue
on her way e.istw.,nl on tho 75lli.
Tho Paiille .Mull liner China, Irotn
San I'lMiKlseu to Vol.ohania, will
lesch heie either .Monday ufternoou or
Tuesday moinliig. Anions other pas
sengers she v. Ill bilng Mike KIsIihi1
and his Iteaih (iub All Ameile.iu luse
bull team. If Iho China ii'McIich pint
.Monday, hIiu will sail Tiifhdu iiihiii:
litheiwlho bur start will be delayed
until n o'clock Tuehd.ij evening.
TEXAN SAILS FROM
GOLDEN GATE TODAY
Union home chungi li.in be in m.ule
In Hie Mlicilulo, thu steamer Texan
of the AiiU'rlean-IIawall.in line, il-iilod
liom San I'ijii'-Iko Tor this pmt al
noon today. The Texan tilings a
largo cargo or general inerelunillao,
somo or ll fioni the Paelllc Coast uuil
home rmni ll.e Eastern Stiilmi, Iu the
Isthmus of Tihii.inteiiec.
The next vessel or the Hue to leave
San I'runelsto for this port will bo
the Ailzojiuu, which will hall Novum-
nor 21. iho Aiion.in will load first
at the Isthnius or iVhuantepce, will
sail rmni tlieui th Phwi Sound and
will leave lhu Hoiunl for Sail I'i.iii
cbco on die l.'.th.
The Columbian w Ml leuvo Piiuet
Sound for San Eraiicisco on Iho 2!)lh
and will sail friim tho latter pmt Tor
llouoliilu on December G.
American Implement iloale.sTi.o los- 18-fot Motor Launch with 4.Cyclo
Ing'tiado In Tasmania, says u U'niiit' Motor. ?175, Complete.
Hied by tho consul. At one time the .THE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
Aiumlcm manufactiiiuH had this Held AND MACHINE WORKS
""""Ivcly , ' King St. opposite South St. ,
Saturday, Nov. 7.
P. M. K. S. Asia, from Yokohama,
9 a. m.
Sinn. Mniin-i Kea, freeman, f I
llllo, N a. in.
O & O H. S. Asia, (Inukmgr'r, from
Yiiknh.ima. in a. m.
.;. : i.
O. & (). H. S.
Kan l'lauclsro, 5
Per Klinr. Mniin.l IIiM. rieeinun,
fioni llllo. 7' in n. in MIhk A. I.. Illii,
Penny. Mrs. Peiin, .1. A. John.
Johnson, It. Kolinsky. Al.
H. MeAvaiiy, Mrn. Mi'Avntiy,
l(. Mnne, l!e, W. I). Weslervdl.
Mrs Woslervelt. Masler A. Wester
dt J. MrKi'iixle, J. Henderson. (I.
Mills, Miss E. Mtilulro, M. .1. l.lnJsiy,
Mrs. Lindsay, Master C. Namahoe.
Mrs. M. Namahoe, Ceo. P. Castle, ,
Mrs (1. P. Castle, .las It. Castle, Mrs.
I. II. Castle, O. C. Kennedy. Mm. Ken-
tieil, ll. .1. llueiiier. J. M l (ohm, .ii rn.
Itiis-i. N II. C. Ciimtibell. H. Pullar,
Ahs. Pullar, Master I.. Johnson. Dr.
C II. Wood. ?. V. Men III. Mm iler-
till. Maslnr M Hemlngei'. T. Mnchlil.i,
A. I.lilg.ite, Jiio Html Mrs. .Inn. Illml,
Unlit. Hall, Alkltis Wight, Mrs. J. I'.
Woods, Miss II. Koo, 1-'. A. llolloWtsh,
Miss E. Hull, Mrs Tiolor. (leil. Wall,
(1. D. Muhone. Miu M. Campbell, Mrs.
Harrerj. c. Wlili'iu.iu, Mis. Widem.in.
Masier P. Wldeinan, .Miss 1. Cllnlon,
Mrs. M. Itnlielliii, ,1. S. Itobulho, M. H.
Uohelho, J. S. llilhb. A. 11. I.lnihuy,
It. II. (lludeiman. M. Coderlo'. Mrs.
Coileilo. I) 11 C.isii. W. T. Ilobinsiin,
Miss I.. Paty. Mra. E. II. P.uls. II. A.
Ilaldwlu, II. P. Il.ildwin. S. M. Kanaka.
mil, E. ('. Miller. Enos Vincent. II.
I'oeke. .1. T lliiekfelil. Mist E. (ilhli,
.Mrs Ceo. (ilhli, H. C. Senile, l
Cbllds. W. (iie-n. (leu. Humor, S. N.i
knmuiu. Mis. Nakamurn.
Per (). ti. (). S. Asia, riiiin Yoko
llama, Nov. 7. I'or San Krnnclrcii:
Mrs. It. A. lllgler, It. A. Illnir and
wire, W. Cameion and wire, I'.'nlley,
I. C. Dew lit ami wife. It. Driitumoml
Hid wire. a. H. Dudley, A. M. DilfieHim
and wire, II. KhivnrelH, (leoi-ge A.
Klhlier and wife. End) Oairlek, Miss
(l.urlel., .Mil. K.A. (llbbous. D.uld
Paul, Mra. C P. Date. A. 1". Ilellser
ami wire. Miss llull.iud. A. II. Kall
mann, P. .1. I.) neb nnjl wire. It. H.
Multl, Dr. H. (1. Netheilon, 1.. P. Itje,
C. S. Shaw and wile, Mlau Will 'lau
Wu. I'or IIdihiIuIii: O. It lleeklll, V.
Sawn. .Mrs. 1,. Wight. Miss Lesllo
Wight. .Miss Ella Wight.
PASSENGERS DEPARTED T
I- 1 i,
I'm i-ltiir. Clauillne, (or Maul, Nov.
C-C. O. Hottel, P. C. Ilotltil, Mrs.
Penhallow and two children. A. dels
Icke, (!. 1). MiieKacliDin, Mis. J. Ave
lhu nml child, E. P. Chiipln.
THE MAHNA KEA. which milled
this morning finm llllo nml way pints,
iniiiiKiii ine iiiiinwiiia (relKlit. I ham
coin. I emptv binds, 2ii kiki emnli
bolLles, I!7 elnptv kegs, lo eonls mint.
hoghg f-uiiiils to Iiiim-s eilerv. 11
bags eableige, II Imb-i ihiI.iIinw, 1.",
Ii.u-kages vegetiibli s, 20 bags tuo, II
bigs awn, 7 mules. 1S1 n.ick.uiea Fun
di les. .
THE STEAMEIl Moana or Iho Ca-
triilian-Aiuilrnlian lire Is expected
l.eie fiom S)duey Wednesdav morn
lug Then. II. Dalles & Co.. Incril
agents fin the eompuiiy, have been nil-
tseu Hint tin, Hh ll will he able to
take on conslileiablo Ti eight iui.1 a Tow
liasseugers al this port.
(Co.itinucd from Pace 11
ProMdeiit Rei,ierer,wHI mad hla ro
poit. Tho ret or Iho foieu'ion sca-
hlon will ho devolcd to i online work,
such as tho election or olllcera and
tho board of tiuslce3. In tho nflor-
roon of tho sainn day lepoits from
11)0 Expeilimiut Station will hn run-1.
TiiiiHiluy luoiulng will bo deoloil
lo a visit lo tho Experiment Stiillnu
ami In Iho afleruoou hes'.lou, whlih
will be held In the Asjik lulloii lomns,
the wink or the Station will bo ills-
On Woilnovluy and iiitin.ilay ro-
iioilH fiiim (oiumlttei)s uuil Imllviduai
lilautatlou manngcis will lie lead.
and In the evening of the s.ime day
the great niiuunl baiiquol will tako
lil.ne, ending thn tendon.
(Continued from Pose 11
est p.ut ot the busluesM icilnel finm
llllo. II In muslilciL'il wise to liau u
hlatlou In or near the city.
Expoit Isbell will go over lo Ha
waii on Eilday next, equipped wilh
a (ompleto outfit to lest tho pobslhll
ltle.1 of vui Ions louilions. Ilo will
mal.o n paitlcular ofTort to Ilnd a
Fiillablo location In tho ilty of llllo
Tho International copvihui coiirer
enCe was opened In lleilin, ilerin.inv.
foielgn Secrelaiy ion Sehoen wcUoiu
ed Iho delegnies on In lull u; ih, MIV.
ciument. and the Sp uiish '.mil, ,ss.ulor
lo (lermiui). M do llnnabe, i (.piled
fur the eougiess.
Sea Wreus, $100
i Jit-fci. .4 X
w, l n f t4
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