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EVENING nOLLETlN, HONOLULU,' T. It.. FRIDAY, DM. 11, 1908.
mmwi r& mm
f WEEKLY CALENDAR-
Mawman Staled" .
Oceanic Third Degree.
Honolulu Commandery Refl
ulnr 5 p. m.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
AH visiting members of the
Order nro cordlrfllr Imltcil lo
nttoml meetings of local lodges
HARMONY IODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. IIi:.NUKY. Secretary.
HEN. T. VICKERS, N. G.
All Wsltlng brothers tcry curdlally
OAnU LODOE, No. 1. K. of P.
Meets eery first nnd third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K. o( 1'. Hall,
corner Fori mid Ueretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attond.
a. a. deeuing, c.c.
JAS. W. WHITE, K.R.S.,
fi HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu I-oi1eo No. C1C, 1). P. O.
' K., will meet In their hall on King
i near Fort Street cory Friday even-
Uy order ot the Y rt.:
jjj HENRY C. E ASTON,
RnSJt" WM. It. McINERNY, E. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY L0D0E No.8, XLofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4lli Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'cloclc In K. ot V.
T Hall, cor. Fort and Rotetanln. Visit
ing brothels cordially Invited to at--tend.
r W. I.. FRAZEE, C.C.
jf? K. A. JACOBSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and -4th WED
NESDAY overlings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Oeretnnla nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. .V. L. rRA7.EE, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORi:. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets cvory first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brother cor
dially Invited to attond.
A. n. ARI.EIOH, Sachem.
A. 13. MURPHY, C. of It.
tS- EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
?, P R.E N C H LAUNDRY
SL with their new FRENCH
liSt dry-clcaninj process.
W7 urrctnnia Sit. Phone 1401,
m McTighe Favorite
-j The Best Whiskey on th'e Market.
JSL TH0S. F. McTIGHE & CO., AOEN1S.
101-105 KINO ST.
! tjiuiib iiu, r. u, tn). too.
SHf in a bran-l new seven-seatcr. Call up
101 ,.- 1AKO .-.J -.1. t '
fc-. v vi -ww r.im uajv lor
C. II. BEHN
"""REDUCTION SALE from Saturday,
Cth, LADIES' HATS from ?2.00 up.
'-' ' 1023 NUUANU ST.
tjj Wong Wong,
!- V CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
; ii TLUMEING ai:d FAINTING. ,
7jf Officr-: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
KniC St.; V. O. Box 014.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
" Dealers in F. rniture Mattresses,
t Etc!. Etc. AH l.tnds of KOA and
JJ MISSION FURNITURE Made Tr
!'! t it w ii :i r i; n,i n t i m v c
J U " W tr" 1 ?"" ", -- " " "
,,- jb xiie iuusv popular
place in wvn.
" The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
f-j, tlUl'fi OVUJiJf, HOUl UUUUUi
Everything new. Goods received
on the Alamcia, Most complete as
sortment vc have ever shown.
HOTEL ST. bet. FORT and -UNION.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
DUCKS AND GEESE,
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIP-
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire Frames Made to Order.
30 KING ST.
YOUR GROCER SELLS
Pau Ka Hana
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at an;
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 280. 200, 10B7.
At All Watchdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
STILL THE BEST
Old Kona Coffee
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO,, LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEARALAKEA.
P. L. PETERS
ASSESSMENT NO. 0
In the Harrlnon Mutual Beneyoleat
Association due Dee. in, 1908, de
linquent Jan. 15, 190!i. All assess
ments are payable at the Secretary's
eifllce, Kaplolani Building, Klnf and
If you hare a business onnortunitv
n Afft tAfi AaAiat1 4m 1 i 1 -
lctin uant advertising it and it
will apoeal to the right person.
Sniihony rehearsal tonlRht.
AL Thnrlow for a loach or dinner.
Judgu Mntthcwman of Kona came
don n this morning in the Mauna Loa.
If J on are looking for any of your
friends' ro to tho "Two Jacks" and
joifll find them,
Ride in tho swell Studebakcr driven
by the expert-chafteur, (M. T. LuU.
Phone 191. Royal Hawaiian Oarage. ,
Have your typewriters and machine
repaired nt Wall. NlehoU Co., M
Fort and Merchant streets. Tele
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo.surprlsed at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Facd Co., agents.
Tho ulrllne brought more than 3000
tons of miscellaneous frclghl, as well
as 189 Lags of mail. Theru cro forly
cabin rrmciigo-s on boa"d
Reis & Qulnn are now located at
the Young Hotel Anto Stand Phone
180 Short runs ooo and ?1.00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rate for
shopping and calling.
jnpniicio consul general a, uyeno
i.nd Elcvc Consul Abo visited the
High school yesterday. They were
courteously received and shown
around the class rooms.
Exqulslto china, from tho world's
centers, personally selected for the
Christmas trade may bo found at W.
W. Dlmond & Co.'s storo on King St.
No prcttlor present can bo made.
Santa Claus, accompanied by ten
pretty little girls, some dressed as
fairies, will bo driven round Honolulu
tomorrow afternoon and will arrive at
Kerr's store, Alakca street, at 4
Every Christmas delicacy that one
could possibly make use of Is made by
Heinz In tho superior Heinz way. Ask
our crocor for Heinz mlnco meat
npplo butter, tomato soup and catsup,
dill and sweet pickles, etc.
Nothing nicer to send your friends
for New Years than a crate of selected
pineapples or a bunch of cholco bantc
nas. Uy leaving your order with tho
Island Fruit Co., 72 King street, same
will have careful attention, nnd tho
fruit arrive In plenty of time.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lincoln I.lp
pott of Providence, It. 1., arrived here
this morning on the Lurllno for nn ex
tended visit. Mr. Mppctt, who Is nno
of the chief stockholders in the great
Woonsockct Mills, is traveling for his
The San Diego 'Weekly Union has
;ust finished a voting contest, the main
irlzo of which was -a trip to Hawaii,
The t j winners of this prize are Miss
Florence Mrlnllre and Miss Catherine
Wood. H is not stated when tliu young
ladles embark on their Journey.
Tho Improvements to tho HaJelwa
hotel have been made, Managor Hid'
good has returned from the other Is
lands, n now license has bocn granted
tho company to sell liquor nt all hours
and tho Tansan tournament takes
place next Sunday, which means that
Halclwa will bo tho center of attrac
tion for sportsmen and others.
Mr. Haslctt, night watchman at
Olaa Mill, died very suddenly on Sat
urday last. Ho hud been In his usual
health, and. had been particularly ac
tive, during Saturday, but at a lata
hour nt night ho suddenly collapsed
and expired. It Is. supposed that heart
failure was tho causo of death. The
Interment took placo Monday. Trib
une. Preparations for tho Hilo Burns
Club's dinner on 23rd of January noxt,
In celebration of tho anniversary of
(he poet's birth, aro making satisfac
tory progress. Mr. Lindsay, secre
tary, Is compiling the toast list, and
fixing tho various speakers. A meet
ing of tho Club Is to bo held on Sat
urday evening next, to complcto tho
Thurlow'i Royal Annex for meals.
Through the activity of I.oyd Chtlds
the local ilneapple grower havo n
reived an offer to admit t tern to mem
bership In tho Somhora California
Fruit Cltowors' Exchange, and 1 Q
Storey, tho oxchango pres'ilem, hamr.f.
Icred to rrmo horo nnd O'giiulie $he
llawail'in planters as a branch of the
txchair,'.. It U believed that great
leneflia would be derived by accept
ing tho proposition, ns tbc organiza
tion 1.J1 excellent facilities for Iho
handling ot the products of Its mem
bers. John Welsweavcr of Mlshawaka,
Ind., nn escaped convict from the
Jeffersonvllle (Ind.) reformatory, at
tempted suicide in tho ccmotery at
South Bend when pursued by an of
ficer. Welsweaver broke a glass
globe on h grave and gashed his
Mrs. Mnry.PcterB ot Brooklyn was
arrested for writing "black hand"
letters to' George Botjer demanding
$700 on threats of death.
A Host Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
B2S. KING ST. PHONE "M6
THE BEST "FITTERS" Hf'TOWH,
Criminal Libel Is
W.A8HINGTON, P. C, Bee. 10. President, Roosovclt, In conference
today with members of the Deep Waterways Committee, threatened to
bring, actions, for criminal libel ngalnst some critics of the committee.
V'Some. Americans have been guilty of Infamous. falsehoods," ho, said,
"in the statements they hnvo made concerning tho acquisition by tho Gov
eminent of the rotiMructlon proparty
Congress Aroused By
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 10. Tho House nnd Senate have ex
pressed' resentment against that portion of the President's Message relat
ing to the Secret Service Hill ns amended tnst session by Congress.
That portion of tho messago dealing with the Secret Service, in part,
was: "Last year an amendment was Incorporated In the measure provid
ing for the 8ecrct Service, which provided that there should bo no detail
from the Secret Service and no transfer therefrom. It Is not too much to
say that this amendment hns been of benefit only, nnd could be of benefit
only, to the criminal classes. If deliberately Introduced for tho purposo
of diminishing the effectiveness of war ngalnst crime, It could not havo
been better devised to this end.
strlctlon operates only to the ndvantago of the criminal, of tho wrong
doer. The chief nrgumont In favor of the provision was that the Congress
men did not, themselves wish to bo Investigated by Secret Service men.
Very little ot such Investigation has been done In the past; but It Is true
that the work of the Bocret Service agents was partly responsible for
tho Indictment nnd conviction ot a Senator nnd n Congressman for land
frauds In Oregon. I do not believe that It Is In the public Interest to
protect criminals In any branch of the public service, and exnetly ns we
havo again and again during tho past seven years prosecuted and con
victed such criminals who wcro In the executive branch of tho Govern
ment, so. In my belief, we should bo given ample means to prosecute
them If found In the legislative branch. Hut If this Is not considered
desirable a special exception could be made In the Inw prohibiting the
use of the Secret Service force In Investigating momhers of the Congress.
It would be far better to do this than to do what nctiially was done, and
strive to prevent, or at least to hamper, cffectlvo action against crimi
nals by tho executive branch ot tho Government."
CASTRO HAS LANDED IN FRANCE
IIORDEAUX, France, Dec. 10. President Castro of Venezuela, whoso
Journey to France for medical treatment was the causo of n discussion
as to whether he should be allowed to land without apologizing first for
tho expulsion from Venezuela of the French Chargo d'Affalres, arrived
hero today and was allowed lo coma ashore.
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RUEF'S SENTENCE TOMORROW
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Dec. 10. Abe Iluef, who was declared
guilty of giving a bribe, by the Jury verdict returned today, will be sen
tenced on Saturday. Tho Jury was out from 3:30 o'clock Wednesday aft
ernoon until 4:10 this afternoon, and flvo ballots wcro taken before an
agreement of guilty was reached.
i KUHIO IN CONFERENCE
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 10 The decision by tho Government to
letnin tho Manuka site in Honolulu and drop the question of an ex
change was arrived nt today at a conference In which Governor Frcar,
Dclegnte Kalanlanaole, the Secretary ot the Interior, and tho Secretary
of tho Treasury, were present.
a i i m
EARTHQUAKE SHOCKED SICILY
MESSINA,. Sicily, Dec. 10. An
day damaged a .number ot buildings
which services were being held.
VIENNA .Austria, Dec. 10.
Austrian Assembly today. It calls
dollars tor military purposes.
OMAHA, Neb., Dec. 10. Charlies Davis, who has been on trial heio
for the alleged murder of Rustlu, has been found not gulltv. Tho Jury
was out thirteen hourB.
CONDEMNED MAN IS
Inquiry F.rom Portland
Scoklng to locate her wandering
brother, whom sho has not been unr
heard ot for nine years, Mrs. Eliza J.
Gcltllngcr, of Portland, Oregon, hiis
written to the n u 1 1 c 1 1 n for Infor
mation regarding John Wynne, the
convicted murderer of Engineer Mc
KinnAn on the steamer Rosacrans
last year. Mrs. Gcltllngcr states tlia,t
her brother's name Is John E. Wyniif.
Sho cnclobcs ,a picture of her bro
ther taken six yours ago, aud thero
Is no resemblance In the full, smllliij
face roflcctod there to that of tho
condemned man who is now languish
Ing in Oahu prison awaiting the l.m
posal of the death sentence.
Another thing that establishes be
yond a doubt that tho lost brother Is
not the John Wvnne now In orison
Is tfie disparity In ages of the twol
men. Mrs. Goltllngor states that her
brother would bo 29 years old In
March of next year, and that ho was
born In Colfax, Washington. Tho
man who was convicted of the mur
der ot McKlnnnn gave his age us
Mimellilng over fifty )ears, and statod
that he wag born In Cork, Ireland.
Tho letter 'of Mrs. Geltlluger U
given In full:
in the Panama Canal zone."
In Us present form tho re-'
earthquake which occurred hero to
and there was a panic In a church
Tho budget was Introduced Into tho
for tho appropriation 'of sixty million
Nov. 29th, 1908.
Honolulu, II. I.
I saw nn article In a paper hero
dated Honolulu Nov. 22nd, saying
that n party by tho name ot Joh i
Wynno was sentenced to be hanged
on Feb. 17th, 1909, for killing Arcn-
Ibald E. McKlnnon on the steamer
Rosccrans. I havo taken tho liberty
lo ask you to send mo what Informa
tion you can about this man Wynne,
ns I havo u brother by tho name of
John E. Wynne. I heard from him
last In Salvador. C. A., about two
years ago, and ns ho was qulto n
wanderer I wyu rather worried, tiling
Ing this man Wynne might bo my
absent brother, but sincerely hopo
net, so would you plcaso find out all
you'cati ubout this party and let mo
I havo not seen my brother for
nine years, but will descrlbo him the
best I can: Ills name Is John E.
Wynno; was born at Colvlllo. Wash
ington: will bo 29 jcarH old March
28th, 1909, Ho Is dark complected,
has real dark-brown oyes, dark hair.
I will also enclose a bmall picture of
him taken six years ago.
Will bo very thankful for all tho
Information you can give me. Would
like to hear from you at tho earliest
Thanking you for jour favor. I am,
MR8. ELIZA WYNNE GEITLINGER
K.32 E. Cth St., cor Tacoma Ave.,
Prof. Carle Akely. the African ev
ploror for the Field Columbian Mu
seum, visited the White House nnd
told the President of his hunting ex
periences in Africa.
Thursday, December 10.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 10:
U. 8. A. T. Thomas, 'hence Dec. 3.
PORT TOWNSEND Arrhed Dec. 10:
Fr 8 p. Laenncc, from Kaluilul,
G1M0RE TELLS OF.
'FUTURE OF COLLEGE
Opportunity To Develop
Institution On High
Tho alms afld Iho opportunities of
Iho College of Hawaii lo stand its n
unique. Institution among those of tho
UnlteJ Slates ns n specialist In trop
ical research, was tliu subject of nn
intcrculng address dcllveied this noon
nt tho Commercial Club by Professor
Gllmore, tho head of the College, nt a
luncheon given In his honor.
Professor Gllmoro was Introduced
by Jns. Wakefield, who simko of tlu)
great benefit which Hnwnll would de
rive from the Collego of Hawaii.
"I recognize this collego ns jour In
stitution," said Professor Gllnton-,
"and It Is thcreforo fitting that I
should speak to you of Its plans."
Ho went on to say that thero wus
but llttlo to say about tho proxem
work of tho college, but ho would
spesk of tho plans for the future, such
as ho hoped It would be. Tho law by
whlcli tho Institution was established
was ono ot tho greatest landmarks of
(diicntiou. It had enabled the estab
lishment of a largo number of colleges,
which wero of a different typo from
UiOHo provident nt the time at which
tho act was passed. Ho read sovcrnl
portions of the act, calling attcutlor
to the fact that Iho aim wno not tc
tench agriculture nnd mechanic arts
alone, but also all subjects which wcio
related thereto, oven other scientific
and classical studies wero not exclud
ed. It provided for a liberal education
based on thoso practical subjects.
After dwelling on tho manner In
which funds wcro dcrhed for these
colleges, especially that of Hawaii,
I'rofcsbor Gllmore stntcd that tho
money could not. be expended for the
purelinse of land or tho erection or ro
pair of buildings, and It was therefore
up to tho Territory to provide for such.
Tho Territory had already made boiii.'
appropriations but tho appropriation
for buildings hail not been HiilUcleiit,
and a building for Iho cngluecil'ig de
partment was now needed.
Tho College had certain Ideals. Fli't
that tho Collego must bo of dliect
service to Iho community. In some
countlcB people studied for .scholar
ships. In others for culture and In oth
ers fo,- Hervlce. Tho latter was the
American Ideal. A second Ideal was
that nil subjects which men took up
lor nn honorable living, had an educa
tional value, and tho development
must 1)0 along theso lines. Still an
other Ideal w.is that to fun-Mi facil
ities t' give Instruction of am- iliai
rcter which i.-.lglit be In dcm.iiid. nnd
19 cnour.igu rpwiaicli. For II.? l.illur
Ideal 'ho institution in Manoa would
bo csp'jclally valuable.
, Tho Collego would buvo on oppor
tunity in supplement tho wnw dono by
tho Institutions of tho mainland, hygo
Ing especially Into tropical activities.
"I liuvo noticed Hint many people
aro calling this Institution a collego u'
igrlculture," continued Professor Gil
more, "I caro not what jou call It, but
1 should llko to call attention to tho
fact that It Is more than a college gnf
agriculture. As a matter of fuet wo
tffer four courscB leading lo n degree
Agilculture, engineering, domestic sci
ence and general education.
"Wo uro hoping that shortly w-.
f,hall bo on our permanent slto In Ma
"As you know, wo nro now located
In temporary structures In tliu tear of
tho Hli'li school building. These struc
tures .lie mi built that Ihey can bo
moved to the permanent slto Just as
toon ns tho Legislature upproprlnten
iho money for tho erection of tho per
jmanont structures. They will bo usod
us auxiliary biilldinga then.
"I bolloo, In tho planning of this
collego, n broad view should ho taken
of Iho matter. I bollevo that plans
should bo adopted now for tho entire
plant, ro that any building elected In
years to comu may bo constructed on
F plan adopted now. Many of tho col-
forSsle" cards at Bulletin.
is the only solid foundation for a suc
cessful business. We satisfy our pa
trons whenever possible.
IN FOREIGN PORT8
. Frldnv. Deccriibcr 11.
M. N. S. 8. Lurllno,- Weedon, from
San Fionclsco, 9 a. in.
Stnir. Nocau, Pcdcrson, from Kauai,
5: DO a. m.
Thursday, December 10.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, for Hawaii, 6 p. m.
Stmr. Klnau, Gregory, for Kauai, 5
V Stm-. Clnuillno, for Maul and Hllo,
Stmr. Mnunn Ken, Freeman, from
Htlo and way ports, n. in.
'j PA86EN0R8 ARRIVED
' Per M. N. S. S. l.urllnu. fiom San
Francisco, Dec. 11. Asacl Allen. II.
II. nauni. R. T. iillllups, MIbs M. Col
man. MrB. C. Hnrvey-Elder, Mrs. Ktz,
Mr. Fiederlcks, Soren Hanson, Mrs.
Mnnson nnd children. Miss Ruby Han
bon. Leo Hanson. II. L. Llppllt. Mrs.
l.lppltt, M. Lund, Mrs. Lund, Mu. M.
Meek, L. Peterson, Mrs, L. Petenon,
Mrs. II. M. RnnUln. .1. N. Ryder,
Thomas Smnit, Mrs. Smart und cbil
Per stmr. Mauna Ua, Slmorsoii.
(roni Hawaii and Maul ports, rx-c. 11.
Geo. M. Robertson, II. Glass, I). Kail
plko, Mrs. D. Kuuplko, E. Oelsecko.
Mrs. D. Nabule, J. F. Brown. It. A.
McWnync, J. A. Malthewmnn, K. Nn
Farslkuo, E. P. Chapln, .las. T. Tay
lor, Dr. .1. J. uarej", Jirs. n. minj.
Per stmr. Nocau, Pcdcrson, from ko-
!o,i, Doc. 11. Mis. C. M. Cooke.
Per stmr. Klnau, Gregory, for Kauai.
5 p. in. W. M. Grant, J. W. Pratt.
Slurslon Campbell, Mrs. J. D. Sllva.
Mrs. Rcnowltz and child, Dr. A. J.
Derby. C. W. Spitz, C. E. King nnd
wife. W. II. Itlco and wife, Mrs. F.
PA8SENGER8 BOOKED f
Per stmr. Claudluc, Dennett, foi
Hllo and way ports. G p. m. Mrs. II.
I). Baldwin, L. Hopo Robertson, A.
Hope Robertson, Miss Hopo Robert
son, Miss G. Hopo Robertson, Chuck
Hoy, W. P. Mngulro, G. S. Curry, II.
K. Castle. Allan Tomoy, Mrs. Halver
son, A. Cross, M. McCann, It. Yasu
morl. WATERFRONT N0TE8
THE MAUNA LOA returned from
Koiin early this morning, docking it
llttlo after 5 o'clock. Her height con
sisted of C2S bags sugar, 2120 bags cof
fee, 39 bags beans, 02 bags taio. 2 bag
uwa, fi bugs ginger 33 bags charcoal.
1(1 barrels dried fish, fi cases dried fish.
($ bunches bananas, 13 barrchi
orangc3, lfi cases oranges, 8 cases wax.
i empty wluo casks, 2 barrels tallow,
19 pieces kon lumber, 5 crates turkej'B,
30 crates chickens, 8 crates pigs, 01
bundles hides, 1 mule, 4 horses, 9 hogs,
21 calves, 3'J lid cattle, 180 package.-"
PURSER I'RIEL of the Mauna Lo,i
reports that the steamer Nlihau and
bark Albert weio discharging freight
nt Mnhukona and Napoopoo. Owing
to tho strong trades and heavy eastei
ly swells at Punnluii Iho steuuicr wilt
unable to load sugar at Punnluii.
THE NOEAU nrrhed from Kauai
this morning with Mrs. C. M. Cookn
ns n passenger. Tho steamer had ono
empty gasoline drum ns freight. Purs
er Unit reported 'hat 2800 bags of
eugar aro ready for shipment rit Wal
mca. THE CLAUDINE will leavo this nf
ternoon for Mnut and Hawaii oi-m
Sho sails at fi o'clock, with mall,
j HONOLULU WEATHER I
Friday, December 11.
Temperaluies C n. in., 70; 8 n. in.,
72; 10 ii. m., "li; noon, 7 ICO; morning
Barometer, 8 a. in., 20 28; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., 6.78IJ grains per
ruble foot; relative humidity, 8 n. in.,
OS per cent; dew point. 8 a. in., fit.
Wind G a. in., velocity 18, dlrcciii-u
E.: 8 a. in., velocity 22, direction N. E.:
10 a. m., velocity 12, dliecllou E,j
noon, velocity 20, direction E.
Rainfall during 24 hojirs ended S '..
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 273 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. Weather Ilurenii
leges en llio mainland are far from
attractive, because the buildings havo
not been erected In accqidanco with
any regular plan.
"This college should be looked upon
as nil Investment. I surely bellow)
that It will be found to ho ono of the
most prolltnblu Investments ocr,piad)
by this TorrUorj'."
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $175,, Complete,
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St, opposite South St.
itftTii imr "m Miif mnitiii
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