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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY, DEC. 5. 1908.
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Oceanic Slated Election of
Hawaiian Third Decree.
Aloha Temple Stated.
All MIInr members of the
Order me roullnlly Invited to
attend meetings of. local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Mo. 3, 1. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. O. 1 Hull, Tort Street.
' K. 11. HENDRY, Secretary.
ui:n. f. vickeus, n. ri.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening nt "-SO In K. of P. Hall,
corner Frit nnd Ilrretntila. Visiting
brotherK cordially Invited to attend.
a. o. deekino, c.c.
JAS. W. WIHTi:, K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
.., Honolulu Lodge No. C10, n. P. O.
E., will meet In their hill on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
ing. By order of tho E. It.:
1ILNRY C. EASTON,
WM.JI. McINERNY. E. It.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7.30 ii'ilock In K. ot 1.
Hall, cor. Fort and Heretanln. Visit
ing brothers cordially lmlud to at
tend. w. i. frazee, c.c.
K. A. JACOI1SON, K.11.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. 2.
. Meets on tho 2nd and 4 th XWED
KnSDAY evenings of each month a(
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Oeretnnla nnd Fort streets.
(Visiting Eagles uro Invited to at
tend. W. L. rilAZKE, W., Prcst.
H. T. MOOIli:, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hnll. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
.' a. n. arleigh, sachem.
A. K. MURPHY, C. of It.
Only $& each
toyne Furniture Co.
NEXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done hj tha
. Y BENCH LAUNDRY
with their new FRENCH
857 Errotania St.. Phone 1401.
j Best Whisko on thV'UsiriMt.
;OS. F. McTIGHr & CO., AGENTS
101-105 KING ST.
;HONE 140. P. O. E0X 755.
a ; brand new seyen-seater. Call up
j jor 1458 and ask for
GEARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN S3.00 A DAY UP
A new down town hottl. Stitl and
brick tUticluro. Furnished it i tut ol
$160,000. Eiirj oimfoit ind etminl
ence. On cat llnitlrintttttliti to ill
putt ot cltj. Omnibus rnnt all Irilni
and stiamiii. ,
Mow recognized as Hawaii
an Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "TRAWKTS."
GET your MEALS
HOTEL ST. bet. FORT and UNION.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
INSIST ON USING
as it is
THE VERY BEST
Sold Only by tho
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., Ltd.
031 FORT ST.
LADIES FELT 'HATS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIF
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Frioei,
Wire Frames Made to Order,
30 KING ST.
YOUR GROCER SELLS
Paii Ka Hana
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of thete
numbera: 290. SOO, 1097.
At All Watchdealeri.
Agent for Hawaiian Islandi,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
All kinds in rolls and aheeti.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPEB, 4
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen fcU., Honolulu. '
Tel. 410, George G, Guild, Gen. Mgr,
LOCAL AND 8ENEI4L
aW? You have not tried your hard
est unless you have let a B u 1 1 e t '. n
Want Ad. do the trying.
Handkerchief week nt Whitney &
No fancy prices at tho New EuglauC
Bakery, Hotel St. ,
Mr. James Dougherty li progress
ing well at the Queen's Hospital.
Shippers by Alameda of Mrs. Kearns
Xtnas preserves please order early.
K. H Purls has lost his pointer, dog.
'Sou want mis In regurd to reward.
M. Phillips & Co. are distributing
Mi early crop or artistic JSO'J calend
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks are serxed in tho best mannor
at the Fashion. Just give us a try.
Mnlumnlama Klpapa thlH morning
was granted n divorce from, James tm
the grounds of non-support and deser
tion. The ladles of tho St. Andrew's Ca
thedral CI til lil wish to thank all those
who assisted In tho Harvest Homo
Do not overlook Rlom's bargains
next week. He In making ttotno un
usual offerings ot goods for holiday
season nt unprecedented prices.
Doctor nnd Mrs. Collins are domi
ciled at the Moaua Hotel and will oc
occupy the apartment of the Humph
rls. Thurlova Royal Annex for meals.
Houses for rent from $10 to $30 In
all sections of the city. Two.flue bar
gains In tho Maklkl district at $2650
und $1800. Waterhouse Trust Co,
In connection with the mens meet
ings at St. Andrew's Cathedral, the
Bishop of Honolulu will conduct a
preparation for holy communion this
Qeiiln3 at S o'clock.
Tho new winter lints are bringing In
tonic striking and artistic st)les. The
very latest are always to bo seen at
the millinery parlors of Miss Power,
In the Boston building,
The very latest fall and winter mil
linery models will be on display Mon
day at the N. S. Sachs Dry Oooils Co.,
Ltd. Ono of the newest Is the Buf
falo Bill Hat. Fort and Beretanla Sts.
Reia & Qulnn are now loeated at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
199 Bkort runs 50o and $1.0O By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling.
James F; Morgan will probably re
turn here on or about tho 23rd of this
month A great many of the plans for
Hawaii's exhibit at tho Seattle Ilr
nro waiting for him to return and dis
pose of them.
Patrick Sllva has filed an answer to
the allegations of his former wife. In
which he states that ho only had his
children with him when she had given
her entire consent, lie also has filed
a cross petition to the effect that his
divorced wife Is not a fit and proper
person to ue guardinn or tne cmidrcn
rnd no asks llie Court to turn them
over to hm.
A blaze which broke out at halt past
ono o'clock this mdrnlng In a pllo of
boxes, in tho vacant lot on King street
opposite me urni gave uio nro depart
ment n run. The fire was noticed by
employes of the drill. It having gained
hcadwuy enough to eat through tho
high fence nt the Qunst-Bakln corner.
A Jew minutes work with' the chemical
engine seined tno trouble.
AI Thurlow for a lunoh or dinner.
The Elks' Lodge of Sorrow, held an
nually In memory of deceased mem
bers of the order, In almost every city
of the United States, will be observed
by Honolulu Lodgu No. 61C, at tho
Opera House at 3 o'clock tomorrow af
ternoon. This scrvtco ,1b open to the
public, and friends of the order are
cordially Invited to bo present. Ladles
will bo especially welcomed . Tho ad
dresses an oration by Bro. E. -A.
Douthltt, ami a eulogy by the Rev.
Geo. Leopold, Kroll will be well
worth hearing, while, tho music. for
the occasion Is ot the best, both vocal
SUITS Ml FILED
United, States District AUorunv
Breckons this morning at 11 o'clock
filed the condemnation suits ugnlust
tho owners of the Wnlklkl bench piop
Crty which the United States win con
vert Into a, military garrison. 'hore
pre 120 defendants, to("tho Milt anjl
service will bo niado upon each of
them personality a deputy from -ihe
United Stntes Marshal's office.
A. minute description of the prop
erty Is given, showing that there Is an
approximate area ot C1.S8 acres to lw
condemned, together wKh ill the woi
er, riparian, fishing and'ofher rlghU
belonging to he land. '
MRS. CHIRTON DEAD
Neft-s-of tlioMcah of Mrs! wibert A.
Churton Is contained In the late Coast
flips. Sho died In Sari? Francisco No
vember 13, aged 2t years. Churton
crime 1-cro from Now Zealand some
eight j.ears ago. He was for Bomo
tlpie In the employ" of pavfe's,' & Co..
and later An c'siabllshed an' office as a
public stenographer. Ho left Ha
waii after having made a failure of on
attempt to run a messenger service.
Mrs. Churton came from New Zea
land and married Churton about a
year before be left Honolulu.
A.Mott Excellent Ataortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
LIMTTED . A
R2 S. KING ST. PH0HE P88.
THE BEST "FITTERS" tN TOWN.
WOMEN TBEIR DUTY
NKW YORK, N. Y., Dec. 4. At a meeting of the advocates of wo
men's suffrage, held here today, a letter was read from President Itoose
elt, In which he stated that he belined In women's suffrage, but was
not an enthusiastic advocate of the movement. The President wrote
that tie Aid nof .believe that the granting of the suffrage to women would
produce ,any marked Improvement In the condltton'of women, being con
vln cod that Woman's Indispensable field ot usefulnesH was In being the
mother of a family! ,i , ,
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SAN FRANCISCO. Calif., Dec. 4'.
case against Abe Iluef.
PARIS, France.'Dec. 4- It Unreported" hero, that the Austrian city
ot Cattaro, In tiafrhatln, has been bombarded by forces In sympathy wl(h
Servla and the revolutionists of Bosnia and Herzgovlna.
CRUISER YANKEE IS FLOATED
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NEWPORT, R.,1., Doe. 4. The cruiser Yankee, which went nshoro
near here ten weeks ago, hns been successfully floated.
SOCCER PJ.AY. TODAY
Big Double-He4der',Gante Will Be
Played This Afternoon on the
i "League Grounds
At 2 o'cloclf llils, nfternoon the
cecond two games of tile Bocccr series
will be fought out on the league
grounds. The first game will be Dia
mond Hoads versus Punahous, while
the second will be Malles versus Y
M. C. A. The llne-Up of the teams
will be as follows:
Diamond Heads' 11. Chilling
worth, goal; J. Clarke and It. Clarke,
full bucks; Zlegler, Sherwood, and
Ileckley, halt backs; Eddie Fernan
dez, Davis, Carl Oss, Kca, Sing
Chong, forwards. .
Punahous Puty, goal; Fraser and
Grubble, lull backs; McKlnnon,
Clarke, and Rothwell, halt backs;
Egan, Wlthlngton, Mon Yin, Jock
Catton (captain) und Wulker, for
Secohd-game line-ups', Malles vs.
Y. M. C. A.:
Malles llelser. Val; McOlll and
"Gunboat Orelg, fJUl backsf Davis,
Center (captain), and Andrews, halt
backs; F. Bailey, ' Henry Chilling
worth, Anderson, 11. Ilalley, nnd
Y. M. C. A. Hlckard. goal; Swift
and Dickinson, half backs; Maccou
nel, J. C. Antiunion, nnd Dickson,
half backs; J. A. Macaulay, Brawn,
J. Macaulay, McKlnley, and Block,
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ALLAN HERBERT RECEIVES
HANDSOME NEW MOTORCAR
Allan Herbert Is tho owner of a
fine, new-model Studebaker uutomo
blle which arrived yesterday on tho
Alameda. The car Is ono ot tho
handsomest ot the many handsome
machines that liuvo beeu. turned out
this ye'ar and Herbert Ih reported to
be greatly pleased with It.
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CHINESE MINORB-WILL FLAY
New.' Club Will Have Baseball Game
on Depot Groundt Tomorrow.
Feast for. Winner
The Chinese lljinoj- ,BajiebaU Club
will ge(. out tomorrow morning for
Its first practUo game. Two promis
ing nines have been 'orgnnlzed'.wlth
In the club and the game will he be
tween them. It will be played on
the 'depot grounds.
The Chlneso Minor Club was org
anized about a week ago, the Idea
being to promote athletic sports
among the younger Chinese' boys.
The luds are Bliowlng'much Interest
In the organization anil are looking jTho, coal, Is being emptied from her
forward with keen enjoyment to the 'bunkers,, paint Is being scratched from
prospects of tomorrow morning's. er forward plates qud she is gencr
gome. . 8ll' l,0l"B prepared for rejuvenation.
A little later, when the players' UAE PATCHES on the sides of
have hud more proctlce, a picked " 0c1eanll1,; "nfr , Alameda are being
team w.l, probablV be selected Ln ''llriC.jl'tfi'er out
the two nines to go ur against Bomb wnnl ,rlBi Wiu.,'wi Ue begun, on
oi iob chick baseman aggregations otVeiluccday neu.
Honolulu, in tho meantime the boys
are determined to
make the most ot
their opportunles , and practise
among themselves. ' '
After tho game tomorrow the win
ning tenm will be entertained nt
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MYRTLE CHOWDER TONIGHT
Boat Club Promises Jolly Time to
Guests Who Partake of i
At 9 o'cloc this evening the
members pf'thc Mjftle Boat Club
ihiJ their gues(H will gather In the
dining-room of the Moana 'Hotel for
their dance. Piecedlng the dunce
(litre will be n chowder under the
trees In the court-yard of the hotel.
Evening clothes are tabu, and any
unfortunate man who ventures to
appear In them wlll-.be forced to eat
fcold chowder, or do something eaunl
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niiy uncomioriaoie. wiute uucks are
('announced as 'the approved garb ami
X n premium its offered nil who appear
In such attire.
.The, Myrtles expect to have n jol
ly tlmo and promise that their guests
shall huve nil the .enjoyment 'there
Is floating aroundi TheJast car will
leave the Moana at 1 o'clock, mi
dancera will not have to cut their
INDOOR BASEBALL ON
The .postponed Indoor baseball
game at the Y. M. C. A. will be play-
.'J next Monday evening nt 8 o'clock
In the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium. The
line-up will be:
.Uluns Docolto, c; J. Honnn, p;
Ah Toon, lb; E. Honnn, 2h; Nott
(enpt.), 3b; Uunn, rf; and Rosa, If.
Leahls Baptist (cap!.), c; Bech
ert, p.; Olllllnnd, lb; Mills, 2b; Voel
ler, lib; (loines, if; Carey, If.
GOLF TOURNAMENT AT
The last golf, tournament of the
ear will be held tomorrow on the
links ot the Moanatua club for tho
medal play championship. Play will
begin promptly at 10 o'clock und all
entries must be In by that time. A
silver cup will be awarded the play
er who makes the best gross score,
and a copper1 stein to the man 'to
whose net showing Is the best.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
TRINIDAD HEAD, CAL.
Notice Is .hereby given that, begin
ning about December 20, 1908, the 4000
pound, fog-bell at this station will be
discontinued for nbout two months
while necessary repairs are being
made. Due' notice ot- the reestablish
ment of this signal will be given.
FORT ROSS COVE. CAL.
Notice, Is also given that Fort Ross
Whistling buoy, Fro, was reported
adrift November 23. It will be re
placed ns toon as practicable
By order of the Lighthouse Board.
WHEN THE steamer Nooau
steamed In from Kauai this mornlng.J
she had on ,board but one lone Ha
wa(lau as, a. passenger and two,uiupy
gasoline drums and two packages qf
sundries as freight. As soon as she
had discharged her meagre cargo, she
was tied up In back of the Heleuo at
the L-I. wharf and ds be(ng given a
coat of paint.
Thq Matina Kca brought tho follow
ing freight from Hawaii this morning:
1 horse. 2 dogs, 3 bags corn, 20 bbls.
empty bottles, 24 empty kegs, 10
hides, 20 cords wood, 10 bags nwu, 2
bugs iiotatoes, 4 .bags carrots. 3(1 bags
taro, 22 packages vegetables, C crates'
coiery, i crato chickens.
THE STEAMER tlclcno Is receiving
quite nn overhauling at the I.-I. wharf.
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Mesh Bags and Purses
it going like hot cakes,
The guality of the, goods in connection with the LOW
PRICES will simply astonish you.
You can now see our laree assortment of JEWELRY.
T0JLET WARE, and NOVELTIES.
i. A. R. VIERRA & CO.,
j, a J. .; ! s : I-i i.
' IN FOREIGN PORT8 " " t ARRIVED I
Friday, December 4,
NEWCASTLE Sailed Nov. 29:
Nor. S. S. Mnthlldu, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 4:
S. S. Lurllile, 1 p. m., fur jlonululii.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 4:
S. 8. Texan, from llllo, Nov, 17.
KAHULUI Sailed Nov. 2,0:
S. S. Santa Rita for Port Harford.
READY JOR WORK
They Expect Great Things
Of The Legislature
The dircctorh of the Wolulae, Kal
mukl, und Palulo Improvement Club
met last night at the home of A, F,
Cooke fur the purpose of appointing
committees for the coining year. All
present irallzcd the Importance of
committee work, more partlculnily
.this year, us great things, uro expect
ed from the Legislature und Board
of Supervisors, y
Kalmukl Is In sora need of a now
reservoir, for at any moment the bot
tom of the present one may break
out. Millions ot gallons of water
waste away each day owing to 'the
tremendous cracks In the reservoir.
The need of n'new one Is ho urgent
that many believe the Legislature
should be asked to pass an emergency
From tho Supervisors will be nsk
ed thai completion of the Palolo belt
road, grading Sixth nveniie and tlu
finishing up of the road connecting
Twelfth avenue, Kalmukl, and Dia
mond Head ro.id. This hitter work
has also been urged by the autolsts
ot the city.
The Walalae, Kalmukl, and Palolo
Improvement Club Is very much alive
nnd Is In a flourishing condition. It
musters 1C0 members.
The committees appointed las'
night are as follows.
Roads, Transit, and Water Supply
Z. K. Myers, chairman; J. It. Dag
gett, Owen Wlllams, W. L. Howard,
W. O. Hall, S. I. Shaw.
Legislative Committee W. W.
Thayer, chairman; CaTpt. Plltz, E. R.
Bath, Dr. Rogers, I. M. Cox, W. It.
Forster, A. F. Chirk.
Tree Planting W. M. Mlnton,
chairman-; O. II. Suczoy, Geo. Sun
dcrtun. Membership Owen Williams,
Chairman; II. M. Tucker, E. II. Doy
en. S. S. Pnxson, T. J. Qulnn,
Auditing Dr. Rogers, chairman;
A. II. Ingalls, II. A, Taylor.
Centrnl Committee B., A. Douth
ltt; W. W. Thayer, alternate.
The newly elected officers nnd di
rectors are: Em 11 A. Hermit, presi
dent; E. A. Hath, vice president; D.
V. Andeison, secretary; A. F. Cooke,
treasurer. Directors: 'A. K. Myers,
I, M. Cox, D. Logan, W. W. Thayer,
Three hundred and eighteen Japan
cso have signed a petition to dovcrucr
Frear asking for clemency and u coin
mutation Ot sentence for Morilo Kel-
zo. The petition lias been i of erred to
Acting Attorney General Whltiujy.
Kclzo killed a fellow countryman
by the numo of Moilynnm Klnlaiu,
whom he had testified ngulust In a
gamblln gcnue. There appears to still
bo. some chance for him it tho tiecc
sary money for fighting his cuso Is
THE iilllTISH collier Ilennlsoii Is
milking good progress unloading coal
r.t the naval wharf and now stands a
good deal higher out or the water than
she did a few days ago.
THE MAUNA KEA arrived irom
Maul and Hawaii this morning, bring
Ing coiiBldornblo freight nnd forty first
THE AMERICAN lwrk Androw
Welch Is dischalglug her curgo of
cord wooil ut the Manna Keu wharf.
THE KE AU HOU Is tied up nt (lie
lntcr-lsland whaif lecelvtng a coat of
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Saturday. December E.
Stmr. Mnunl Kuu, Freeman, from
llllo, 7 n. m.
Noeau, Sack, from Hamakua, 2:40
Schr. Hiram Blntdinni, Walkup, from
Sun Francisco, O:.",!) o'clock.
Stmr. Nncntt, Sack, from Kauai.
Frldny, December 4.
Stmr. Claiidlno, Bennett, for llllo
and way ports, C p. in.
Saturday, December G,
Schr. Flaurencu Wnrd, Plltz, Tor
Midway, 10 a. in.
P. M. S. S, Korea, Dixon, for San
Fiunclsco, 9 a. m.
Per stmr. Manna Ken, front" Maul
rnd Hawaii, Dec. n. Miss A.'M Pnrli,
J. J. Pupe, Mrs. A. Menefoglln, Muster
Denton, Mrs. W. It. Smytho, Miss
bill) the, Miss C. do Sllva, Mfs. K. L.
Stevenson, E. M. Watson, C. Wolteis,
Mrs. II C. Cnlemmi. Cupt. J. F. Hag
I u ik, F. Harrison, Capt. Howe, T. A.
Brumugln. W. J. Dryer. V. Hind, C. D.
Wright, .It. W. Filler. J. A. Henshall,
Y. Tnsnkrf, Mrs. F. do Mello and In
taut, Miss May, Mrs. N, A. Jacobs,
Mrs. Aronlyu, Mlsti K. Haneman, (1. A.
Dlschoff. Elder E. 15. Hindi, (loo Won
Hoy, Pang Sue, I.. Akakn, F. J. Han.
Dr. St. W. Walters. II. M. Coke. M.
Coke, Mrs. Coko and Infant, Master
Cole, A. I-ewls. It. W. Shingle. 8. O.
Frey, Miss II. Won Hoy, Miss I Won
Hoy, L. Barkhnuscii, A. ltlchley, R.
Chrlstophersen, Mrs. Chrlstopharsen,
Jen. P. Lynch, C. Loliners.
Per 8. 8. Korea, for San Fraud iro.
Dec. G. Miss Floronco Dletrlck. II. E.
Adams, K. C. Glllls and wife, Miss B.
Helen Skclley, Mrs. A. J. Baker, L.
Oreetibaum, M. Oreenbauni, Mrs. H. A.
Field nnd child. Sleg. Topiltz, R. O.
Henderson, W. N. Bellinger, L. Bark
hansen, C. 11. Hopkins, Mrs. C. L. Me
loche. Miss Josephine LaIdan, It. M.
Anthony, Mr. Oosllnsky, Mrs. E. R.
Morford, Mrs. It. Crumpacker, Helen
Morford, Mlts domes, Frank II. Orcein)
nnd wlfo, Mrs. Michaels, P. S. Daw
son, n. J. Medbury. S. Levy, Mrs. W.
II. Hatton, D. Dowsett, II. R. Berry,
F. R. Moran, V. Shore, Mm.
.1. M. Lcy, Col. Spalding, P.
W. Dohrman, 1.. Schumacher nnd
wlfo. Lnl Koon Mux. Mrs. Ellis, W. E.
Burnham, Miss Florence Harrison, It.
D. Mea.le, 1). O. Taylor.
Per S. S. Alameda, for San Fran
cisco, Dec. 9. 10 a. in. Mrs. Ryder.
Miss A. L. Sears, Mr. Hatton, O. C.
Miller. Miss B. Woodward. Miss F. A.
Lennox, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. M. Coke and
4 children, Wm. Kent, wire and chil
dren, Mrs. J. M. Petto nnd 2 children.
C. B. Wells, J. C. Cohen nnd wife, J.
W. Rath, wife and son. Minn Esther
.Ionian, A. F. Slndeband, U M. Soar,
II. E. Adams, P. S. Dowson, C, 11.
'Icorge. F. 1 yiij.
THE POLICE GRAFT
(Tnntinnul frnm Vmrm t
ncy General's doimrtnient. An Invesll-
Cation W11H nflkil ftir liv mnn uhn ...,
avowed offlco Beckers, and this Is not
I lie least interesting feature of tho
matter, ror tno wnoie business appears
to be tho culmination nf n pnmti.ii,,.
of Bplte. Howover, that charges so
berloim against tho police depajtment,
or against certain members of It,
should lcslllt 111 ti rirniiil .liifif lnva.il.
gallon, notat the lequest of the Slier-
in, uui m mo iicmanu ot men wbo
wish to fill their neighbors' boots. Is
indeed Interesting. The TnrHtnriai i.
qulBltorial body meets on Wednesday
Threo Of tho Chlnnnn vihn wnwn
cliarueil bv tho cnmhlcm nrrnaii.,1 v,w.
terduy with being proprletoi of tho
Joint on Maunakou slreeL nnd who
uru wiiii ui nnvo Drugged or poluM
Diotectlon. worn nrrnuti.H t,ln i
rhaiged with keeping u disorderly
nuuse. ineir cases came up Ir tho
1'ollco Court tills mnrnltiir l.n, ,...
tontlniied until"" Monday.
THE ALAMEDA will sail for San
rrunclsco nott Wn.innci,,,, .,,,..!....
carrying about 1000 tons of general
merchandise, Including about 4500
eases or canned pineapples, 500 crates
of fresh nines, f.nnfi hnrirhnu nr i..
Iiaiias. 1200 ll.-lim nf nnff,. .! onnn
bags of rice.
THE INTEil-IST-AKTi ,iMn.n, -v.i.
hail was drawn nn Into ,irv ,i,.v ..
terday morning to havo tho final
loucncs put on her keol.
Pointer dog, liver nnd white; answers
to name of "Sailor." Reward It
returned to K. II. Paris, 1138 Wil
der Ave. 417G-tf
XTL7E FIT, Grind, and Repair
v Glasses scientifically to ie-
lieve strain and improve he vision.
Sea Wrens, $ I OP
1 18-foot Motor Launch with 4-CycIo
!( JKuwr, wt, uqmpitie.
lUi unAKLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE W0RK8
King St. opposite South St. ,
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