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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., THURSDAY. NOV. 12. 1908.
WPFIMY HAl FNnAR W fon, 9
Hawaiian first Degree.
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Special
Honolulu Comniandery Reg
ular, 5 p. m.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting members of tlio
Order aro coidlally Invltcil to
attend meetings of local lodges
t HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
' Meets every Monday evening fit
7:S0 In I. O. o. r. Hall, Fort Street.
13. It. IIENDKY. Secretary.
1IKN. T. VICKERS, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
. OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
r Micts every first ixtid third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K. of I". Hall,
corner Fort and Iloretanla. Visiting
. tinithor cordially Invited to attend.
. o. unnniNa, c.c,
1 JAS. W. WHITE, K.U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, II. P. O.
E., will meet In their hull on King
near Koit Street every Friday even
lug. By onlt. . tbe E. II.;
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. II McINEKNY, E. II.
Win. Ji'KINLEY LODGE Ho.8, K.ofP.
Meets everj 2nd and 4 th Satin day
evening nt ' I l'loc,v '" K- ot ''
Hall, cor Port utul lleretanl.i. Vlslt-
Ing brotheis ..ordl.illy Invited to at
r W. L. I'RAZKE. c.c.
k n. A. JACOHSON, K.U.S
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E,
Moots nn the 2nd and 4th WED'
NESDAY evenings of each month ut
7:30 o'clock III K. of P. Hall, corner
Ueretanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to nt-
W.. L. FRAZEE, V, Prcst.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
5 1IAWAIIA1I TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
...... fl. nml ,lt!.l Tliurs.
f days ot each month at Knights of
K" Pythias Hull. Visiting brothtrs cor
' dlnlly United to nttrtul
A. N. ARLEIGU, Sachem.
A. E MllU'HY, C. of It.
Three Now Models
Now in Stock
We will us pleased to place one on
trial in your oilice or store.
"' Call or nny; us tip.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., Ltd.
931 Fort St. Tel. 143
At All Watchdcalers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islnnds,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
K 857 Brretania St. Phone 1491.
flhe Best Whiskey on the Market.
IHOS. F. McTIGHE & CO.. AGEN1S.
101-105 KING ST.
'PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
an automobile is just the thmR,
11 up 200 3S8 or 1458 and ask
c. h. behn:
BULLETIN ADS PAY
An entirely new
stock and the best
we could find
among the leading
dealers on the
are feather light,
the best protection
a lady can have
against the salt
water injuring her
hair while enjoy
ing a bath at the
beach. We have
never found better
and the price will
bring them within
reach of anyone
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort St.
I Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
J. I. Silva's Store,
This sale applies only to the main
store at Eleeie.
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 GOODS,
BOOT AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
At Sacrifice Prices.
ALL THESE PRICES STRICTLY
A fine line of Fancy Wines and
Liquors for the Christmas trade in
our Liquor Department.
Immediately following the
Presidential Election returns,
the price of Lumber advanced
materially in the States,
This advance will not af
fect Honolulu prices for a few
weeks to come.
Now is the time to buy lum
ber, if you contemplate build
ing. Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of thee
numbtrs: 290, 200, 1097.
L Hotel and Fort St.
LOCAL ip GENERAL
It it 11 tin Want Ada., make it
easy 1 to ini either work orAvorkers.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Ten Kood nuto hacks, l'hono 0.
Oct jour lunch nt tho Now England
IlaXery, Hotel street.
Property, Income and specific taxei
are due and payable now.
Don't let tho cook bo tho Iiosb gel
n gas Htovo anil let jour wife reign.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manly. Co.. for
up to-'date repairs.
Clipping Fur a Rood clean cut, ring
up 109. Electric machine and exper
ienced mini. Club Stables, 1128 Fort
Hao jour typewriters ana macnmuH
repaired nt Wall. Nichols Co, Mil.,
Tort nnd Merchant streets. Tele
Whitney & Marsh will place a lim
ited number of Fiench ntul Irish
liuiiclcinbioldcrod robes on sale on
On Installments of 12 per month you
can purchase a Whlta Family notary
sewing machine. Benny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12GG Fort St. Phono 488.
Miutilo Herrlck Cllesccko has com
menced Biilt for S20.5C7.C0 against Gus
Schumati for damages by being knock
ed down nnd run over by his nulo
moblle. Non-resident members of tho n. 1".
O. Elks will confer a favor upon Ho
nolulu Lodge No. 61G If they will send
In their name nnd address to the Sec
retary. 1'. O. box GIG. '
The Republicans will not hold a rat
ification meeting next Saturday, as
was planned, nnd It Is probable that
no meeting whatever of this character
will be held by the part)'.
Mrs. Kenrns will have delicious
homemade mincemeat for thanksgiv
ing on sale at nil tho leading grocery
houses. Just as cheap and twlco ob
nice as tho Imported article.
Reis & Quinn are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
199 Short runs 50c and $1.00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling.
The Lecoultro Razor Is something
entirely now. It has old style blades
that are small, keen, and detachable.
Shaves clean for years without hon
ing. Theo. 11. Dales & Co., Ltd.,
Meals served at all tours at the
New England Ilakery. Hotel street,
Mexican Consul W. U-inz leaves by
the Mongolia for the Coast. During
his absence by F. A. Schaefer. Mr.
Lanz Is also Acting Chilean Consul.
Notice of his Intended absence was
received by UiO Governor yesterday.
Uy order of Colonel Zlcgler, First
Infuntry, Hawnll, all buglers and
drummers of Companies A, II, C, E,
F, O, and tho hospital corps will re
port to Sergeant Barry at tho bunga
low next Friday evening at half paRt
seven o'clock for Instruction.
Ono liquor man of this town was
called before tho Board of Liquor
Commissioners yesterday to tell why
he allowed his natrons to look upon
the cards when they wcro shuffled. He
promises to be good lu the future.
The Btcamer Klnau. which usually
leaves for Kauai at 5 o'clock Thurs
day afternoon, will not salf until mid
night. This changu was mado at tho
request of many prominent Kaualans
who aro attending the planters' annu
al conforonce, which closes' today.
Instead of building a new wharf at
the Evvn end of the harbor to accom
modate the freight handled by tho
American-Hawaiian steamships, It has
been decided to Increaso the wnre
bouse cnpucltj'. In order to do this a
warehouso shed eighty by four hun
dred feet Is being moved from tha
wharf far enough for another shed o(
tli samo size to bo built where this
A Greek emigrant passenger on tho
Moann, who'stopped ovor for the night
nt tho Immigrant Station, reported
yesterday forenoon that ho had been
robbed of his jmrso containing 1100.
He states that ho left tho big room
where ho was detained and went to'n
lavntory, and on his return the money
Was gono. He was helped out by local
Greeks and theu contlnuod on tho Mo
ana to Canada.
Wonl was received by cable yester
day of tho marriage of Miss Margaret
Loomls of Lincoln, Nebraska, to Lieu
tenant G. W. David, U. S. It. C. 8,
Doth aro well known In Honolulu, tho
bride being a sister of Mrs. G. II.
Gere, with whom sho visited In Ha
waii for two years. Lieutenant David
was formerly stationed here aboard
tho rev emio cuttor Manning. Tho cer
emony took' placo at tho' homo of tho
GET RIGHT IN ON
i THEPAY STREAK
The Division ot Concessions of tho
Alaska-Ybkon-Paclflc Exposition to 'be
held In Seattle from June 1 to October
15, 1909, Is prepared to placo' with re
sponsible parties a concession for tho
operation of -a theater on tho "Pay
Streak" (being the name of tho amus,o
men thoroughfare), corresponding
with tho famous Midway of tho Chi
cago exhibition In 1894. Persons In
terested may consult Loyd Chllds at
tho Promotion rooms relative to the
Two boys arrested In San Jose after
robbing residence 'at point of .shot
guns, confess series ot crimes.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. .PHONE MS.
THE BEST "HTTER8" N T0WHJ
SCHWAB BUYS DRYDOCK
SAN hTtANCISCO, Calif , Nov ll. Qhnrtes Mi Schwab lins purchased
the Hunter's Point dryttocks, which tire 'to he operated hi ilie futuie In
(onneotlon with the Union lion Woihs. Seven million dollurs tiro In
volved In the deal.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Nov. 11. Tho Danish Government dis
credits the story In circulation that tho grave of Andrce, the Aictlc ex
plorer, has been discovered In Northern Labrador. The icport was that
u gravo marked with a cioss, with tlu
been found, ,nnd that the body .mil
YOUNG WATTERS0N KILLED
NEW YOIIK, N. V., Nov. 11. llnrvey Wnttersnn, son of Henry
Wattcrson, the editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal, fell fium the
nineteenth story of a building here, receiving lnjuiles from which Im
BOYCOTT AGITATORS FINED
HONOKOXO, China, Nnv. 11. Tlio Iteglstrnr hhs lined the proprie
tors of a number ot shops here In which were being .dlsplajcd signs con
cerning the Chinese boycott ot Japanese goods.
BERLIN, Germnnj", Nov. 11. The Kelchstng has rejected n reso
lution to the effect that the Kaiser should bo notified that danger attends
his personal Intervention in foreign
BUDAPEST. Hangar, Nov. 11. A hill providing fur universal suf
frage has been Introduced Into the Hungarian House of Deputies.
EXPERT REPAIRING OF OLD
REGAL SHOE STORE,
CORNER OF KING AND BETHEL STREETS.
Tire Iccoiiltre Razor
SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW.
Ail old-style blade that is small,' thin, and ALWAYS
sharp. Made of fines); English Hardened Steel that will
shave clean for years without honing.
Blades are detachable and inexpensive.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
PLAiN'D RECEIVE -
Thj Pacific Mall inisr Mongolia,
with tho Chinese Special High Com
missioners on board, Is duo to nrrlve
hero on Saturdny morning. Advices
to this effect hnvo been received uy
Hackfeld & Co., tho local agents. She
will sail on Sunday, possibly In ,tho
Owing to tho nrrlvnl of tho Chlneso
Commissioners, tho local Chlneso nro
making grand preparations for tho re
ception or tho distinguished guests.
The Federal officials, such ns tlio
Collector or Customs nnd tho lliiinl
grntlon officials will vvalvo all tho re
strlcttons In tho Chinese nffalrs and
will extend special' courtesy to tho
CommlsBlcneis and their suites. Tho
Chlneso Consul and tho merchants
will go out to meet tho guests, con
ducting them to thu Chlneso Consulate
end other points of lutoicst.
' I .1
livvdb hns pure
word "Andrce" Inscribed on It, hud
n number nf documents hud been
i . i
This shoe comes as near pjrfectiou
ns finest materials and expert work
manship can bring it.
Made of finest Black Kins Calf,
with full leather lining. An ideal
dull leather shoe for business and
general wear. It has attractive style
and excellent wearing qualities.
EXPERT REPAIRING OF OLD
SHOES DONE IN A JIFFY.
SHOES DONE IN A JIFFY.
ONE ON THE ARTIST
Illllo Boy t entering studio): Ray,
mister, uio jou nil ni tint? DuAuber:
Yes. Little Boy: Well, vvhut will
jou chnrgo to give my goat drawing
lesjons? DoAuber: GIvo H gout
drawing lesbons! Why, what do jou
mean? Llttlo Boy: I mean business.
I wunt jou to teach my goat to draw
u wagon. Seo?
care for your eyes. SOMEONE must
do it, if you value them.
fHjfaiii -Mi,iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifc' f litfiMiiftiiSifiiit i .
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday, November 11.
SAN FRANCISCO -Sailed Nov 11!
Bchr. Illnim Bingham, Tor Honolulu.
HOBAIIT Sailed Nov 10:
IV. sp. Thiers, for Honolulu.
Tuctday, November 10.
Snllm Cruz Sailed Nov. 7:
3. S. Columbian, for San rrnnelsru.
SAN FRANCISCO An lved Nov. 10:
II. S. Lurilim, !l ii. in , heiiru Nov. .1.
Ilk, It. P. Rllliet, hence Oct. 20.
SAN FRANCISCO-Salled Nov. 10:
S. S. Mniiucliiiiln, 1 p. ill., Tor Hono
lulu. WATERFRONT NOTES
THE ROYAL MAIL steamship Mo
ann departed for Vlcloila nnd Van
couver jesterdny afternoon nt 2:10
o'clock, taking n number or passengers
Irani hero. Tho Hawaiian band was
present nnd plajed until tho stenmer
slipped out lulu the harbor. Among
those leaving wore Dr. L. E. Cofer, for
many yenis chief of tho United Stales
Marine Hospital Service hero, who
has gono east for reassignment. A
large number of friends gavo li Im a
lei hendorf. Mis. Oalnes. wife of Su
perintendent Gaines or the Commer
cial Pacific Cngble Company, left for
her home In Novn Scotia lo remain nt
least n j'enr wllh relative. Mr. Dodd
of the cable staff, aim left for Caimhi
on u vacation, Miss GrllMlhs, who
was visiting the Bodes, left for tho
THE UNITED STATES Army linns
IHirt Sheridan lias been put In excel
lent condition preparatory lo her sail
ing next Thursday nt noon foi the
Islands. Mechanics ami painters
have gone carefully over her and ev
ery needed tepalr has been looked nf
ter. Tho Sheridan will take mil many
passengers and u large number of
men. Cnplnln Campbell E. Il-ibcnek.
vi ho was for four years quartermaster
captain of thu transput t Sherman
which Is now out or rommlsslon, will
go out on the Slierld.in. As iiuarler
master of the Sherman he wns the
most popular man aboard ship nnd
his transfer lo the Sheildan Is hallo.l
with much pleiiBtiiu. Call.
CHIEE OFFICER C. E. STEWART
has been itetnched from tho liner
Munchuila ami appointed master of
the Pacific Mall steamer Artec, which
will sail In u few days for tho Central
American const. Slewait made u good
record ns mate of the Ncvvpoit on tho
Panama run and lived up to his repu
tation ns executive officer of the .Man
churia, which position he has filled
for two j-ears. It Is Captain Stewart
now. What tho new commander
lacks In slnturo ho makes up In tho
determination to make good, which
already has carried him from tho fore
cafctlo to tho captain's cabin. Call.
THE MAUNA LOA will
noon tomorrow, going to tho Konas.
Sim is loading n large ftiliiiuent of
sundry packages, to bo dish United to
tlio mi'iclianls or Koua. It Is expect
ed that on her ictiiru dip she wilt
bring turkeys fiom Koua for Thanks-
THE CLAUDINi: will leave tomor
row at C o'clock In the afternoon She
goes to Maul first nnd llieu lo Illlo.
Several plantation managers have al
ready booked In her.
IT IS RUMORED that the Alameda
will go on thu Tahiti route with the
Mariposa and that the Sonoma will go
on the feny louto between San Fran
cisco and this port.
THE KINAU sails this afternoon at
6 o'clock for Kuual. Her passenger
list Is not largo, hut tho will have a
heavy loiul of freight.
THE S. S. MONGOLIA Is duo horo
Saturday morning from tho Oitcnt
nnd will leave tho following forenoon
Thiiisduy, Nov. 12.
Teiupcintiiies fi n. in., C; S u. m,
72; 10 u. in., 71: noon, 71: morning
minimum, lit. Ilaiomcter, 8 u. ni
29.U8; absolute, humidity, 8 a. in., S.&3I
grains per cubic foot; relative hu
midity, 8 a, in , t;j per cent; dovv point,
a n. m iii.
Wind li a. m velocity 3, direction
N. K.: 8 ii. in., velocity 3, dliectloii
N. E.; 10 n. in., velocity 8, dliectloii
W: noon, velocity 12, direction S.
Halufull dutltig 21 bonis ended 8 a.
m.. .00 Inch.
Total v,-lnd movement dining 21
hours ended ut noon, 102 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. Wenlher Bureau.
Per O. S. 8. Alameda, for San Fran
cisco, Nov. 18. C. Edson, Miss Mc
Ciiddcn, Miss Edson, Carter (2), Mrs.
Mnhlimi, Mrs. O. L. Bnyaid. Miss 11.
Woodvvord, C. A. Brims, F. ij. Thump,
son. C. 11. Wells M. .1, LlndB.iy, P.
Gobllnsky .Governor Freur. M Tower,
S. Topljlz, Mr. and Mrs. Fredk. Now.
ell, Geo. Kilmer, Mr. nnd Mrs. IJ. .1.
Per stmr. Manna Loa, Slmerson, for
Kona ports, 12 noon, Nov. 13 Hong
Chnck, Dr. A. .1. Derbj-. C. I). Wilght,
W. Hind. R. Lister, G G, Klunov, Rev.
O. L. Kopa nnd wife, W. W. Thayer
Geo. C. Watt. Mrs. J. F. Tnjlor. Geo.
Glhh, wlfo nnd child, II, Rycinft, J. A.
.Incgcr. Mrs. R. W. Thwlng, II. A.
Giles, S. O. Fry.
Per stmr. Klnau, Gregory, for
Kniial, Nov. 12, 5 p. m. It. M. (llttel,
Hov. J. M. Lydgato, Mrs. Mil lam Kn
mall, Mrs. A. O. Kauliikou, Mrs. S.
Knne, O. Nlcholnl, C. P. C. Smith, .1.
V Cooke. Paul Isenherg. E. Majlcr nml
wlfo, .1, Lennox. W Thompson, M. W.
Ilergnu, W. O Halt
Per stmr Cliudlno, Bennett, for
Hllo, Nov. IT,, 5 p. m. C, (3. Kennedy
mm who, anus k, ii. wnrox, Win, Al
len, II, L. I.) on and wlfo, C. II. Kltteg
el, K, Rociidahl and wife,
ii n a m
4 tl) 1 IV I) .VI 11
i or, in l HP) if. li'iV
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r, lo r, in
it , i r. w lit J. I In A 111 & 111
m. e nn n a w it i
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Last iiuaiter ot tho moon Nov. Id,
Thiirbdiiy, November 12.
V. S. A. T. Sheridan, rioni San
Francisco, 12:10 p. m.
Y SAILING TODAY f
ports, u i, in.
Gregory, hir Kauai
O. S. S. Alameda, DowiH'll,
San Francisco, a. in.
Dennett, lor Maul
nml Illlo, A p. in.
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, fiom Yoko
hama, ii. m.
Stun. Mauna ken. Freeman, from
Illlo mid way ports, a. m.
1" SAIL SUNDAY T
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, for San Fran-
rleco, a. in.
Per II. S. A. T Sheridan, from San
1'ranelseo, Nov. 12. For Honolulu:
Lieut DnugliertJ', dipt. Moor N.
Falls, Lieut. Charles IIMl, Mrs. W. I
Howard, Mis. E. A. Jneobson nnd 2
children, Lieut. John P. Kellj-. Lieut.
A. M. Pardee, Miss E. A. Pet kins,
Lieut. Ralph T. Ward, Samuel Ware.
Maor I). E. Wlnslow. Mrs. Cofllii.
Mrs SamL T. Dovvd, Mis. G. Gluck
Inur, Mrs. Wyno P. Jclf. W. C. Kc
liake. Mis. Kennedy nnd child. Mrs.
W. K. Kenney. .Mrs. Claudo E. Klght,
Mrs. MomIkoii, Mrs Win. MeNally nml
three children, Mrs. Geo. Noble, Al
bert Rosenberg, Miss Ollvo Salmon,
Mrs C. Srhusster and child. Mnrlo-i
II. Dodrnff, Thonins F. Kennedj-. Wil
liam McNnlly, 141 enlisted men A.
Co. Kngliieers, W. C. Below. Hugh
Strickland, Charles A. Krani. Dnnll
Logan, Win. C. Morse. Geo. Stlgllnskl.
J. N. Dooutt. It. O. Pomoroy. For
Manila: Brig. Gen. II. II. nnndholtz
r.nd wife, Lieut. It. B. Bcebeo. wlfo
and Infant, Mrs. L. B. Booker. Mrs.
Clins. A. Iloolli. R. It. Bovev and wire.
Mrs. Burtt. C.lpt. I). II. C. Cabell.
Lieut. Geo. C. Churltiin. Lieut E. K,
Coles, wlfo unit child. Lieut. Jomea H.
Ciimi), Mrs. John II. Dajtnn. Capi. J.
?.. Dare. Miss Phoeho Ellison. Cant.
J. I). Fllo and wire. Maior A. J. Foster
and wile, Mrs. Mary Frank'.ln and
daughter, Lieut. Stephen O, Fnuui,
wire, child and sister Mt'it I), J. Gil
mer and wlfo, Mrs. El'.u M. Goldlng.
Cnpt. Geo. 11. Gree'ie, Lieut. Albert
Hanlman, J I. H'rils llarrv L Hod
ges. wiru and tdilM, Lieut. Col. James
B. Jackson, Mciit. Thomas W. Jack
ion, L. .. JoliiiKiin, wlfo and child.
Cnpt. '.V. O. Johnsun, wlfo and daugh
ter. Mrs. Thomas Jones. Cnpt. E. D.
Kilborne, vvlto utul two children, Mrs.
O. W. Koestor. Capt. V. H. Law son
t.nd wire, Miss Mnry Lindsay, Major
W. N. MeKelvj-. wire. 3 children -n I
I'overness, Capt. Amos Martin, Mrs.
Jumes Miller. C. (3. Mitchell. Mrs. G.
W. Moody, Serond Lieut, rtoht. Mor
rison, O. ,1. O'Siilllvaii, Mrs. Clin
Piatt, child nml Mster, Mis. S.imui'I
Hobor, 2 children mid governess Mrs.
E. W. Reynolds. Capt. c 1). ltholes,
wife nnd sister. Mis. F II. Hose. Mr.4.
James Ross, O. 13. Scheld and wife
Capt. O H. Scott. Allen J. Seaman,
Lieut. Col. Win Stephenson and wire,
Lieut. Geo. S. Thompson, Cnpt. E 13
West, wife mid child. Stephen 13
Wood. Mrs. H. P. Young. Mrs. II. If.
Ruthefoul noil daughter, Mrs. F. L
llowinaster and child. Mm u -'
Cnpion and daughter. Mm i v f".
erly and 3 chlldien. Mrs. S. J. Harris
.ni , uiiiiuren. .vns. Jolinson, Mrs.
L. C. Biillese, John Lagan. Harry II.
Mniineis, C. II. Jlltclu-ll. Mrs. J. A.
Murphy nnd child. Mrs 11.11.1 wi
and Mm, K,l. Sclilmiuli'ig, Mrs. Clins.
. oiiiiw, iiomaii valentios, Mrs. Al
bert Ipriuaii. II. w. Cnpion, Earl L.
hchonehl. John Murphy. Jolin Glenn,
l.oienzo Ganleiier. Mux Tack. F I
Hovvninster. Win. 1. 1,,-,.,.. n...:V.
Williams. Frnnk L. Whlt'encadl Alex'
11 f "L,""""z' w. Pennington.
I . W. hs torly. S.1111I. J, Hnrrls. Thos.
(I. Goodwin. W. I). Ciockett. 4BS ,
iials 1 U . S. Aimy, 100 casuals U. S. .M
C .Mariano Ytnrrardo.
Per It. M. S. S Moma. for Victor
and Vancouver Nov, 11 Dr 1 p
Cofer, Georgo P. DenUon. Mrs J u
Oalnes. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wallace L'
Dodd. Mlsa Gillllths, Miss Sulherla'i l'
Mis Ciosby. M,.,4IS. wicka.n, Bar", s
Mckery, Marchant, Gcnrgo Reno Yn
mane, Mr. nnd Mis. rrusli? ' n
Rnlletm E.litnnKl L'V,m Vhmfl 1fl5
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
,Trn otor. $175. Complete.
HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
. King St. opposite South St. 4
fid 5 g