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EVENMO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. 1!., THURSDAY, Ffln. 4, 1900.
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Oceanic First Dearee.
All visiting members of the
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets eveijr Monday evening nt
7:50 In 1. O. O. i' Hall, Fort Street
):. It. UKNDRY. Secretary
K D. WICKE, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meet every flrit nnd third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot I'. Hall,
corner Pert nnd Ilcretanla. Vlsltlui
brothers cordially Invited to altond.
I'. It. NVG13NT, C. C.
It. (103I.1NO. K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Loilgo No. 616, U. P. 0.
E., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
ing. lly order of the E. It.:
HENRY C. I3ASTON.
WM. II. McINEUNY, E. n.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. o( P.
Hull, cor. Fort and Iloretanla. Visit
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McGREW, C. C.
E. A. JACOIISBN, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each uontb at
7:30 o'cloclc In K. ot P. Hall, cornet
Oeretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are lnilted to at
tend. W. h. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. D. ARLEIOH, Sachem
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
The best assortment ever
shown ia the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos
of Lehnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner Kin? and Fort Streets.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
C0NTRACT0B and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P 0. Box 914.
ASRF5RMFNT Tin. fl
P1""'' In tlm llnrrlr.on .Mutllnl tlcnevolent
Association duo Dec. 15, 1908, de
linquent Jan. IS, 1909, All assess
ments nro payablo at the Secretary's
ofTlc'e, Kaplolanl Uulldlng, King and
Dlank books of ail sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by tho Ilullotln
ble Compound Cured Her.
llllmantlc. Conn. "For five years
I suffered tuitolil ngony from female
trouble, causing backache, Irregularis
tics ulrzlness nnd nervous prostra
tion. It was Impossllilo for me to
on the way. 1
tried three differ,
ent doctors' and
each told hie some
thing different. I
received no benefit
from nny of them,
but seemed to suf
fer more. The last
doctor said noth
ing would restore
mv health. I bo Iran
taking Lydla K. llnkhnm's Vegetable
Compound to see what It would do.
and I nm restored to my natural
health." Mrs. Etta Donovan, jjox
29. Wllllmantlc, Conn.
Tho success of Lydla E. Pliikham's
Vcgetablo Compound, mado from roots
and herbs, Is unparalleled. It may bo
UH'd with jierfeci confidenco by women
n ho suffer from displacements. Inflam
mation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, Ir
regularities, periodic nalns. backache.
bearing-down feeling, llatulcncy, Indl-
gestion, uizztness, or nervous prostra
tion. Tor thirty years I,)dla E.rlnkham'a
Vcgetablo Compound has been tho
standard remedy for female ills, and
suffering women owe It to themselves
to at least give this mcdlcluc a trial.
Proof N abundant that It has cured
thousands of others, and why should It
Great bargains In shirt waists nt
Whitney & Marsh's sale next Monday,
I.ylo A. Dickey, attorney at Law
has removed to COS Stangenwald build
Tho IUshon museum will bo closed
for repairs after Friday nnd until fur
Tho special snlo of dress goods at
Sachs' closes this Saturday. There
will In) n Bpeclal In silk gloves Satur
day, fine, gloves selling at 45c. a"" pair.
A thousand nillen nnd more ot ocean
can now bo bridged by a wireless tol-
ograph moscnge. Steamers four days
from Hrt nro still In communication
Umg kid gloves In black, whlto,
pink, bluo, grey, tan at Whitney &.
Tho annual meeting of sharohold
ers of tho Honolulu Rapid Transit &
Land Co. will bo hold In room 609
Stangen-.vald building nt 9 a. m. Mon
day, February ICth.
Whitney & Marsh announce their
elcaratico vale of rhlrt waists to be
gin on Monday next.
Wo havo Just received somo of the
latest spring fashions In dress goods,
English bed dimity, otc. Wo aro 'sell
ing our carpots at reduced prices to
clear tho stock, Jordan's.
Tho Leeoultro razor lit tho razor
that you havo been looking for. It Is
alwajs ready, and always cuts well.
Tho blades aro old-stylo and detach
able. Theo. II, Davlcs & Co., Ltd.,
A public moonlight band concert
will bo held this evening at 7:30 at
tho Moana Hotel,
March Soldiers In tho Hushes ....
Overturn Tell (by request).. Rossini
Tho Patrol of tho Scouts (itf "re
finest), , Iloccalart
Selection Marltaua Wallace
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. nr. by llergor
Selection Italian Melodies (by re
Fantasia Golden Iluttorlllcs (new)
Finnic Moklhaiia Merger
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
A motion was filed tod.-iy In tho case
of Alex. I.azaniB vs. Lena G. Roso
warno nnd Maria C. Audrado. q bill
to oxecuto a trust, asking that tho ord
er bo raratcd, which dlrectB that thi
baBo bo posponod until March 3, for
tho purpose of permitting tho plaintiff
to siio nut tho deposition of J. J.
Dunne, on the grounds that tho order
la contrary to Ian' and was inadvert
ently Kindt and entofod.
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King St. near Bethel.
L. AYAU SHOE COMPANY
SSiSiS ji jjH
Dealers in Fine Footwear and Sport
1005 NUUANJT ST near KlnrJ-1
... HONOLULU, T. H.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Todav is the. .best tlmt.to find a
high-pries customer for your proper
ty. A Bulletin Want Ad. will
find him. -
Ten, good auto-hacks. Phpno 6.
,Try i. Royal Annex Lunch!
If'yo'u are'looslng" tbr hny of your
frleqda go to the "Two Jacks" and
jou'll nn1 thorn,
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage' Monfg. Co., for
The price of shirt waists will bo
slaughtered at Wom's on Monday
morning nt 8 o'clock
Atndng tho passengers who arrived
this mor.mg from Maul wero Mrs. Vy.
O. Smith nnd Mrs. Raldwln.
Eight Chinese g'anihlors faced the
music before Judgo Andrado this
morning. The honor cost them each
Judge Robinson this morning gavo
Judgment for the plaintiff for $33.60 In
tho case of II. T. Mills vs. John I).
8enalor C. F. Chllllngworth, who
went up to Maul Inst Tuesday In tit?
Mauua Ken. returned this morning In
Coat Jour Iron roofs with "Arabia"
You villi bo surprised at Its 'cooling
and proicrvatlvo properties California
Food Co., agents.
The monthly meeting of 8t. Clem
ent's Vestry will tako place this oven
Ing nt 8 o'clock In tho parish house
A full meeting Is requested.
On Installments or $3 per month you
can purchsso a Whlto Family Rotary
sewing machine. Denny & Co.. Ltd.,
agonts, 12C0 Fort St. Phono 488.
Helen K. Kcalamoku was today
granted a decreo of divorce from
Chas. Kcalamoku on grounds ot deser
tlon, non-support nnd cruelty.
The throno room nnd tho old Public
Works Department room opposite It
on the first floor of the Capitol aro be
ing prepared for tho scsBlon of tho
Tho Park Theatro, corner of Fort
and Chaplain Lano will shortly open
with a motion picture show, Mr. Wer
ner, tho pioneer In this lino In Hawaii,
Is tho manager.
The number of deaths, which navy
cccurrcd In tho District ot Honolulu,
from tho following contagious diseases
during tho fifteen days ended January
3ist, 19d9: Diphtheria 1, tuberculosis
G. Total 6.
Messrs. McLennan, II. Oyercnd and
A. 'L. Moses traveled by tho Claudlho
to Laupahoohoo from Hllo. Moses, at
ono tlnlo employed In tho bank ai
Hllo. goes' to Launahochoc to take
charge of Mr. Barnard's store and oth
Tom Paquwtl was blod before
Judgo Do, Holt this mdrnng on;.-,
boiich .warrant1 I'sstjod' yesterday
against: him for' falling-to, obey; a'phb,
roona 'to appear- as a wltne'ssjln .tho
Kalclklni mltrdor case. 'llo was' glvjm
a sovefe Icotliro. ' ,
U. 8. 'Marshal Hendry ypstciday ar:,
rested a Chinese at Wahlatva on a
case w(ir take, plaeb before 'Commas
tlon or Davis tb'ls hitcrnoon. ' I ' 1-
Edmtlnd H.' HaH, who has been
clerk io( tho "Second Circuit Court. fen
.Matll. wlllj-eturn to his bofho at Wal
luktl tomorraw'ofteriioon. llo'wlll, it
is said,, bo tctrflncd In pffleo by Judo
Klngsbdry, who, will 'go to Maul hex.
Tuesday to tako up tho work of the
The. Social Section or tho Meh's
Lcnfeuu, mto(s tli,s evening at the Cen.
tra ' Union' parish, houso at 7:30
o'cloflt. Supelniondont Dabbltt ot tho
Department ofj public I.netructlo'a will
bo In, charge, Tho subject for discus
sion will I9 "Tho Medical Inspection
of SchooJB." ' '
Appetite' f&illnf ? Try Koyal Annex.
A petition for letters of administra
tion in the cBlato 'o'f'l.arla J. Forbes
waa filed .yostcrda' by) Y. J. Forbes,
a 'son. Tho cstaio Is yalUQd at ftboyt
$19,200, tfio ldebtcdne'ss" aniount)iis
o il'd48.ys. ' Tho yauo of Honolulu 'real
estate Is fixed at 'lk.70Q'and cornora-
lion stocks and prsoqat property a
S3500. Tho holra' named' In '(hp peti
tion nro Maria' U. "orbe's, W. J.
l-orncs and Harriet J. Forbes. The
Halo for hearing ih petition, his been
puv lui muruur If.
Hills for supplies to the nmoun of
about J1C.O00, vlll 5e p'r'esoncd at
tho noxt meeting ot the Ho'ard'o'f Su
pirvrars. Pink bill forros. aro now
cpvering tho 'd'o'sV and 'abl0B In tho
City and County CJcjkV c-cc, and
tho documents, aro'bejng gotten Into
readiness' to submlt''(o the coufaty so,.
The bills will bo presented by tho
various committee, chairmen and, In
consequence, an 'opportunity; 'ifflM
given for'a renewal of "the dlsputo be
tween the Mayor'and Hoard aB to
which Supervisor should present
Those county omployes, concerning
whoso tenure of office, thoro Is no dis
pute, aro getting their, pay as fast as
their warrants can bo'lMed. 'Thoso
men whose appointments are disputed
aro stdjl cooling their heels nnd won-
ucring wnav tne- aro going to do
nbout paying grocer YiHls", however.
The Weekly Edition of ths Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
ins ncvva ui ins aay.
warrant charging him w!(hiharborlnK
n Japanese", wrtmari'for immoral pilf
noses'. Thb nrollmlna'ry hearing InHhe
DD CI! CrVlTCfl
TOKIO, Japnn, Feb. It.- The full text of the resolution declaring
JnDaneso to be a menace to Civilization
been officially cabled to the Foreign omcc hero nnd was received with ns
tonfshmenO ' The publication of the resolution here will undoubtedly draw
excited' comment from tho Japanese Jingo press nnd Jingo politicians.
' ' '" ' CONFIDENT-IN AMERICAN FAIRNESS
A high official stated In regard to the Nevada resolution:
"Tho State of Nevada Is not America. 1 have confidence In the fair
ish and tho Justice of the real Americans. 1 nm unshaken In my belief
at the sentiments of tho American peoplo nrc thoso voiced by Presi
dent RaosaxelfT Tho danger of such utterances as tho Novmln resolu
tion1 lies' tn tho offect It may have upon tho Ignnrnui people In both Japan
and Amorlcn.' In both countries the Intelligent peoplo should exett
Uumsolvc8 to muzzle tho Ignorant, vicious press, and those Individual I
who will try to rrcnte trouble.
Anti Alien Law Defeated
8ACRAMKNT0, Calif., Feb, S. Arscmblymnn Drew's nntl-nllcn land
bill was defeated In tho Legislature
On Board Mohican
8AN FRANCISCO, Cnllf., Feb .1.- -Two disappearing guns for tho de
fense of theentrance to Pearl Ilnrbm havo been loaded on tho barlt Mo
hican, which clears from this port for Honolulu on Friday.
- m i i i m
Nevada Wants Fleet
CARSON CITY, Nevada, Feb. 3. -Tho Nevada Assembly has passed
the ontl-Japancse resolution, omitting nil' references to President Roose
velt. Another resolution asking that the battleship fleet be kept on the Pa
cific was passed.
Gov. Haskell Indicted
MUSKOOBE, Okla., Feb. 3. Gov
ernor Haskell and seven others havo
been Indicted for alleged fraud In
connection with town lots here.
The chnrges against Governor Hns
kcll Wcro ms!o prior to his rcslgnn
tioa'tia1 .treasurer ufiUie Domocratlc
National Campaign Committee, oris
Ing out of tie scries ot charges mado
by W. II. Hearst and President Roos
evelt. ' 1
OIURALTAU, ,Feb. 3. The court-martial of Captain Qiinltrough ot
tho U, S. B. Georgia, on a charge of having been intoxicated, was proceed
ed with today.
A reception to tho ofTlccrs of ibo battleships visiting nt Tanglcra was
given asboro today.
BREWING IAW VETOED
NA811VILLK, Tcnn., Feb. 1. Tho flovomor lina vetoed tho bill
passed In tho Legislature prohibiting the manufartliro of Intoxicating
liquors In the Stato,
m 1 mtm m
LUCKY BALDWIN DYING
WS ANGELES, Calif., Feb. ,3.-!-i
H0SMER TEjffii OF FORESTRY
(Coutinned jtrtna Pasn X)
from the nVocqoo pear sealo.
Profi Ko?bcln was especially de
tailed to search for ho natural cue
vf!3 of, tjio av9cado pear seal?.
jaeon Koiinsay, nupcrinicniioni
EntomQlogy.'repor.ted having boarded'
.thirty vcsBoJa during tho month of
ou.uyiry muculi;cm ui vuii;ii vviy iu
spected. Tf 9 boxes of oranges, pno
of sand pears, anil one of apples, Im
ported (roni the' Orient, were badly
Infested by destructive fungi. Thoy
wcr'o'all destroyed. Thlrtcon lots of
ynmB from China wero also destroyed
on account 9f he evidence ot destrucr
tlve fungi. Kolinsky ended his re
port by saying:
"We do not want another taro ills
esse, pr styect pota,to disease."
Improvements for Lire Stock
a'ho quarantine stations ' for ani
mals, on tho flench road and nt Ka
lhl, neod; to, be Improved, according
to Dr. fforgaaril. The TcrrHorlal Ve
terinarian "pointed out to tho mem
bers of the Hoard the necessity of
iTavIng feed room "In Hie 'Bench road
quarantine station nnd for rebuild
ing the station at Kallhl, The amount
required' for auch Improvements
would bo about 6d0 for tho kalllil
Ptatlon and (30 -for the feed room.
The tywjrd' decided' tat Dr. Norgaard
a'nil trie Government carpenter should
visit the premises' with' a view to
ascertaining the co9t ot such lm
prpyementB. In order to facilitate
the' work1 ot the Hoard, it was decid
nnd parasites on tho world
today by a vote of forty-eight to
Lucky Raldwln Is dying.
ed that JJ2.1 should bo taken from
tho Incidental fund for tho purposo
of purchnBlng n now horse.
'Dr. Norgaard reported Hint out of
tor, head nt rams Imported from New
Zealand In January two have tiled at
the Kallhl quarantine stntlun. Six
teen hulls wmrli nrriveu 111 the snmo
tlmo are still eonllneil nt tho llcncli
I cad quarantine station. Out of f02
head of horses brought here for tho
Fifth United States Cavalry one died
of pneumonia nnd the rest, which
havo been Inspected, nre doing well
Dr. i;illi t of Hllo reported that tho
outbreak of endemic catarrhal fevor,
which hni been provtilont thoro for.
somo months, U abating. At his 10
qticst, 200 doses of malleln were sent
tc Dr. Fitzgerald of Mint!. Tho mal
leln, It Is said, will bo used for tho
purposo of testing all of tho horses
on tho plantations.
Present nt tho meeting wero Mars
ton Campboll, who presided; A, Va
terhuuse, II. von Holt, Dr. Norgaard,
Dr. Wilcox, J. Kolinsky, It. 8. Hoa
mer, and Mr. Uliicltninn.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.'
IfraFaCWBSBJr IVBSUfc-'Vr. n
IIIIO .1 i ', 1 f
I j IN FOREION PORTO i
Thursday, Ftbruary 4.
I HAI.lNA CRUZ Sailed Fob. 3-
I H. S. Columbian, for San I- ranclsco.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrhed Feb. I:
II. S. N. T. Iluflalo, lionco Jan. 18.
S. S. Plehlos, hence Jan. 21. .
YOKOHAMA Arrived Feb. I:
S. S. China, lionco.
l-:i.i:i;i.i: Sailed Jan. 31!
H. 8. tllcndiivcn, for Noncahtlr.
WATERFRONT NOTES I
' VVIIUN Till: Mauna Kei sailed last
Tuesday for Hllo, O. C. Scott, tho reg
ular wharf clerk, went nlong as her
purser In placo of Phillips, tho regulai
imrser of tho popular liner. Scott',
placo n tho wharf Is temporarily fillet
by 8. II, Chancy.
Till: CLAUDINU, which arrived this
morning from Hnival! nnd Miml
liiiiught tho fiill-iwhiK cnigo: 25S'
bag-t sugar, CS2 Ings coffee, 1 nnto-
motillo, 111 hogs, 72 packages empty
bottles, 10S packages sundries.
Till-: ALAMi:i.. duo to arrive fuini
San Francisco tomorrow, nlll tako
fargu' consignment of Islam! plneap
pics. liannnaH and rlco, on the ii'turii
tilp. Shu will havo about 1700 tons
of general mcichiii.liiu'.
THE NIIIIAU nrrled this morning
from Hawaii ami Maul purls. Shi
briniRlit from Klliel, laiil. 28 hi-id i
rattle nnd 20 enhes, which wero lairi
id nt tho railroad ulnirf
Till: 8TCAMKR which return?:
yesterday morning fuini K-tu-il wIP
lenvo this iiflciiioon for Nnv.-llluil a:i'
other Kauai ports. Slio sails at '
PUIISF.R KlllLINtl of the Ctaiidlni
reported that lining to lough weather
nt Lnupahochoe, tho ilan.ill malls
wore can I'M on nnd landed nt Hllo.
Till: IRMOAItl) will sail some tl.iic
iievt week rut San Francisco. She is
waiting for a cargo of sugii, prcpara
tiny to railing.
llllll RAILWAY IS
ALWAYS (IN TIME
Editor Eve nln K II 11 1 1 o 1 1 11:
On pigo 8 of your o-litlon of ,liiii,n
-otli, you make it statement hlch re
Herts In nu imfaMirable way upon lb
service of tho Hllo Rallruid C0111p.u1
111 general, mid In this lunl-inre In pit
tlcul.1i-. You quoto Mr. V. II. llan
croft, vlco president and genenil man
r.ger of tho Union Pacific at Silt l.nkv
und Mr. 13. 1-3. Calvin, vice president
und general manager uf the Southern
Pacific Railroad at San Francisco, re
"They said they were put tn Incon
vcnlenco on nccoimt of 11 long wall for
tho leturn of tho train which' had left
for tho Volcano Just befnro the 'Muuni
Kea' nnlved." '
You nro not possibly nivaio that
theso gcnlleincn did not urrho per
Manna Kea but ennto over on tho H.
S. Lurilno. Tho Maimn Kea and con
necting scrilco Is, tliciefnre. cntlroly
out of the nuestlon. Resides this, I
wish to stato that thu guntlemen
mimed dlil not hao tn wait even one
minute, ns it special train wax at their
disposal thu moment they landed fioni
tho steamer, nnd it Is n matter of fact
that theso gentlemen as well as other
(onrlsts from tho l.urllne. landed nt
Oleuwooil 43 minutes nfter nrrlvlng
Yours very truly.
It. YV. FILLER,
Hllo, Jan. 30, 09.
Tint rail ay, Feb. i,
Temperatures G 11. in., 01; 8 11. 111.,
07; 10 a. in., fit); noon, 70; miuiiliig
llaromcter, 8 a. in., 29.99; absolute
humidity, S 11. 111., fi.227 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 11.111.,
80 per cent.; dew point, 8 n. 111., OS.
Wind 0 n. 111., velocity 1, direc
tion E; 8 a. in,, velocity fi, direction
NB; 10 11. 111., velocity 2, direction
N13; noon, velocity 8, direction E.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended
S a. 111., ,12 Inch. 1
. Totul wind movement dining 21
hours ended tit noon, lf2 miles.
(Continued from Paze 1)
nlshcd from Maul, or nrrnpged fur
front thnt placo. Chairman W. II.
Mrlnerny, to whom tho letter was ml.
dreiiscd, has nut ni yet had time tn
consult with Mlba Cummlnga, or with
lllshop Resturlck, who Is ho.nl of the
school, on tho matter, but will do bd
The I'rlncesEcs thus far chosen are
Misa Hanunh Cummlnga fur Maul,
Mrs. Harry Holt for Oahu, Mrs. T. ('.
lllackwcll for Mulnkni, and ono
wlinso uamo has not as yet been learn
cd, for Kauai. Francis Gay lias no
tified tho committee thnt a re prose n
tativo from Knunl lias ticen fcolected,
but lias not us yet advised the com
trltteo as to her name,
Mr. Mcltterny linpes that by tiio
Inst of the week, at the latest, to get
word fioni Iluwuli us to he choice.
Thursday Fibru.ir 1
Slmr. Clnudlne, llennut, from lla
,vnll U Maul, 8.23 it. in
Stmr. Nllhau, Oiicbb, from Mh'-l.
.1. m. ..
' Wcdneiiday, Feb. 3.
C.A. S. 8. Moana, Mnrrlsliy, l"r 1HH
.sli C11I11111I1I.1, 1:15 p. in-
A. II. S. S. Mexican, Tappcuy,
rian Finiiclsro, D p. 111.
It. S. A. T
Itufonl. from Mniilla.
T. IC. K. S. S. Chlju Mnriifnini Ban
r.inclrco, 11. in.
O. 9. 8. Alameda, Dnwdcil. from ban
Francisco, n. in. ,
DUE SATURDAY I
C.-A. 8. 8. Aurangl, from llr.'llsli
Slmr. Manila KVa, Freeman, rroiii
lllln nnd way ports 11. in
. . .j.
I PA8SENOErtS AHMIVt-t
" Per stmr. Clnudlne Ilennett, fniM
Hawaii nnd Maul imrtB, Feb. I. Finnt
Kahiilul: Mrs. 11. A. Raldwln Mr
W. O. Biulllt, A. K. Slender, F. V. JIv
trtim. C. M LovcBled Mrs. Mattheu
nnn nnd child. C. F. Chllllngworth. t
llnvnes. W. C. Moore Mrs. Wong Fook
ntnl I children, Mrs. L. Victor. Mrs. I..
Ito-lrlgiies. Y. Young. Geo. T.iuaka.
Mr. Mnrakl nnd wlfo, 1 .11 11 Ping. Frimi
Lnlinlnn: Miss Nnliniileliri. Mm. I!u
haiilelin, Chang Moon and 10 duck.
I' PASSENGERS DEPARTED
Per C. . S- 8. Minna, for ItrltlMi
f'nluiiilil.i. February H. Mrs. E. 8.
Roberts, .1. II. Ilrnnn, M. Smith, wire
ind two children: W. P. llndges and
wire. C. Gallagher nnd wife. W. It.
lliildaiie nnd wire. MNb Fnrnell. 13. C.
Edmonds. II. A. Stringer. 13. T. I1.1WW
mil wife. Peter Cnlderhoid." O. V.
H inks, P. Hawks. P. G. lloltel, P.
MnrArthui O. DeiiWon
1 PASSENGERS BOOKED )
Per Htmr. CM iin'lne lli-niii'tt rr
Muni lllld Ilan.ill Feb " r p. Ill - II.
M Alexander and wire Mi. V "
GUHS GETS HIS
Hind Ou'i-becr Cummins called on
AtWIttir lllekliell Immcdl.ilely' lifter tho
meeting or the Ilium! nl Siipenlsni.i
this illuming and secured his wlary
warrant lor llio last hall of the mtiiii.!i
( "W'liiit nro you going tn dn with tint
watraut, Cummins?" was the question
urked tho overneer us he left the nfllc '.
"I'm going In luivo it fi.untd mil
hang It on my wall," came tho reph.
"1 have my last tine still on hand, and
I like tn look ut lllckiie'.l Hlgnalilin
when I come In from work. It mak -l
nut reel ilch, eeu thoiiKh I Itavu 110
Ruiiior lias It that tho workmen ein
plojed In tliu in.id depiiilmvnt have re
ceived 1111 advance mi their pay fi'ni.i
1,01110 phllauthiuplst v.liDue iinmo i'l
withheld. Nu mm will ind spniinir
fur thu ri'pnrt, but tho story 'a receiv
ing pictty general cteilciico at lb"
City Hall. At tiny rate, tho workmen
do nnt seem tn lie gieatly worried.
Sitpenlsur McClellaii, whom thu
Mayor mimed aB chairman uf thu Com
mltteo 1111 lluads and Ilrldgus, Is tdill
Inslsllug that tho Major's appoint
ments in tiio rnnil tlepirtinvnt nro tlu
law rul ones, and hu Intends to keep on
presenting their pay demands, lliiiiu;li
tho other memyerH nt tho llimid intu
to lay them on the table just as fnal ;u
ho ofTeied them for runsldeiiitl.ni.
SOLONS' PAY IS
HEADED THIS WAY
llv tho time tho I.eKl'.ilnttiro begliu
its KCRsIniiH, Secretary of the Tori It') :
1-3. A. Mutt-Smith will h-ivn Ip his pn
h-shIoii 20,000 or tho $30,001) nppniprl
ntcd liy Congress to pay tho s.it.iluH
of tho terrltoilnl soluiis, and t.e nthoi
nxpeiises iittenilutit upon l.tw-nuklnr,
In this iiart uf tho win Id. Tho $2')nrm
bond, which tho Sicretnry Is inquired
tn furnish, has'iilreaily been prutldod
und sent tn WiiKliliigluu.
As the Seeietary cannot lue mi
hand at any ono tlmo more iniuiev
tliiiu Is ippv'heutctl liy his lioud, llio
last $10,0011 will not bo forwarded un
til Seeietary Mott-Smlth has disburse I
at least ono halt of tho (list . ontlgii.
meiit uf coin
THE H1LONIAN arrhed nt Sail
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyclo
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. R0AT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St, opposite South St, .
nu .-d v
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