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EVENING nUlMTIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., WEDNESDAY, APR. 7, 1000.
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Hawaiian Yhlrd Cenrce.
Honolulu Ccmmandery Reg
ular, D p. m.
note Croix Special, 7:30 p. m.
Oceanic Third Degree.
Lai Aloha Cliapter No. 3 rteg
All visiting members of the
Order tiro coidlnlly luvlteJ to
attend mealing of local lodge
HARMON LOUQE, No 3, 1. 0. O. F.
Meets oveiy Monday evening at
7:30 lu I. O. O F Hall, Tort Street
II. 11. HENDRY, Secretary
F. D. WICKK, Jl. 0.
Alt visiting brothers very cordlall)
8AHU IQDOE. No. 1, K. oi P
Moots every Ortt nnd third Fr)
iay ovculng at 7:30 In K. ot I'. Hall
corner Vert nnil Reretanla. Visiting
OroOor cordially Invited to nttenit
1 It. NUGENT. C. C.
It. 003I.IN11. K. 11. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 01C, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 010, 11. 1. O.
Bike, mipts In their linll, on King
Btieot, ni'ir Fort, every Filday even
ing. VltlttiiK H others mu cordially
in i Hiil to attend.
E. A DOI'THITT, ll. II.
II (' EA8TON. Srr'y.
Wm. H'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Mests every 2nd and 4th Saturdi
evanlns at 7:30 o'cloeK In K. of V.
Uatl, cor. Port und Ueretanln, Visit
Istc brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. T. M. McClREW, C. O.
E. A. JACORSEN, K. R. 3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Mewts on the 2nd and 4tU WED
NESDAY evening of web. month at
T:30 o'clock In K. of 1'. Hull, corner
floretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
tend. W. M. MrTOY, W., I'rest.
H. T. MOOP.H. Gecy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Sleets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers' cor
'llatly Invited to attend.
GEO RANDERSON, Sachem.
13. V. TODD. C. of II.
-agTggjKztr scr.tr niiurnxzcxzrtxstvi
Th: best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leivo your order for a box
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls nnd shiett.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER J
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fcrt and Queen bts., Honolulu.
Tel 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr,
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
TLUMBING and FAINTINQ.
Office: Honolulu Tainting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box DM.
manic honks ot all sorts, ledgers,
etc.. manufactured by tho nullotln
VIIEN YOU GET YOUR
by us vou will be satisfied in
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
IIS HOTEL ST.
0E0. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
TOURING CAR, 51185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. liEAR ALAKEA.
R0'5T0N BLDG.. FORT ST.
CHILDREN'S COATS AND
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
'The Finest Bathint: on the Beaoh."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CISARS.
W. C. BEROIN, Proprietor.
For .Distilled Water and Aisortol
Soda Watet, delivered to oSke aai
residence, RING UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water WorRs
1283 Miller St. M. R. Tffi 8A
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short Ordm at All Times
of the Day and Night. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAM, Prop.
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed,
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
he Best Whiskey on the Markot,
CHOS. F. McTIGHE & CO.. AGENTS,
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 7.15.
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,U2
031 FORT ST.
At All WatchdealeM. ,
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
fior. FORT and KINO Sts.. HonoluJa.
AND ELECTRIC MASSAGE
F'ikuokayo Hotel, Liliha Street,
Hlatik books of nil soils, lodgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Orders for die Industrial Edition
of the Evcnlne'Bulletih will
be taken by any of the B u 11 c tin's
newsboys, at fifty cents a copy.
Ten good auto-hacks. Phone i
The Itllont.in sailed today from
San Francisco for this port.
Al. Thurlow of Iho Hoynl Annex
serves the llnest meals In town.
Antonio Rees case I still being it'
gucil by Attorney StrattSM nt the Po
Kotnlo wns rent to prleon for o.iu
jt'.tr on n charge ot larceny In the
If you want our hat cleaned right
send It to the Expert lint Clcancis,
Fort street, opposite Club Stnblcs.
John Nnsh got top days straight for
booze, nnil n bunch of four others
were lined three dollarn each by Jtnlgo
IVcsli nuiugo chutney, hot nml mild,
on sale nt all the store, and tho fac
torj 184 Hotel street. Try some; It Is
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic.1
You will be surprised ut Its coolluu
and preservative properties Cullfoinlu
Feed Co.. ugeiit.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for maillne, 50 cents at B u I
1 e t i n office.
Wing Hong, a Chinese vug, was giv
en one year's steady employment by
Judge Anilrade. Ah Sum got sixty
days on the same charge.
It is rumored that nil tho trials set
down for the April term will bo con
tinned for threo or four months owing
to the indisposition of .litdgo Doli;.
K. Tattabo wns lined $.10 for adultery
this morning and Ilnrlln Matsu, Ui"
lady lu tho case, had n suspended sen
tenco of thirteen months recorded
Yesterday was washday on Iho Jap
nncso wnrshlps In port. Clothes were
washed In tho morning und flying
streamers of them wcro hung out to
dry In tho afternoon,
Tho appeal of I,oo Wing against n
decision of tho District Court, lu nil
assault caBo wns denied nnd tho flue
of 2! nnd costs confirmed by Judso
Do Holt this morning.
Six Chlncso gantlilorB wcro fined $10
each this morning by Judgo Audrado.
This haul was tho result of a raid
, out at Wnlklkl which was mado yes
tcrday afternoon. Many householders
wero minus their coolti lart night.
Miss Laura Marks, v.-lm rotidas with
her father on tho cor:xr of King and
Knllbi streets, met with n totrlblu
burning nccldent yerlorday. Tl.o girl
who Is only fifteen yours of age, wac
pouring kerosene on a stovo when nti
explosion took pined. Her clothes
wcro burnt entirely and tho unfurtun
ate girl suffered terrlbla Injuries.
DOES THE HOST ACT
Fiftr 'Janancso navnl officers nnd
180 naval cadetB, mado tho trip to
Halelwu today as iho guests of tho
Chamber of Commerce. President I.
F. Morgan, Chairman U Tcnncy Peck
of tho Entertainment Committee, an'd
Mr Wagner, acted ns hosts, '
Tho first stop mnda was at fpn
lua, whero the ofneors wero given n
chanco to sco soniothlni; ot plantation
life. Then tho trip wan continued to
llnlchvn, whero luncheon was served.
Afler luncheon, brief Addrcsrcs wcio
delivered by thoso present. On behalf
of tho guests, Consul-Gcncral Uyeuo
presented President Morgan with n
silver medal, a souvenir ot tho visit of
tho American Commercial Commis
sioners to Japan. Admiral IJIchl
(hanked tho Chambor, through Presi
dent Morgan, for ho hospitality bIiowii
mm nun ins onicers.
Consul Forstcr, tlio roprosentnllvo
of tho Ilrltlsh govornmont hero, was
ono of tho guests.
(ConldiiMi from Ftgo J)
CommlttccTot tho Wholo on Sonato
Rill No. 8, Chllllngworth's dlrcct-pr(-niary
law. Various points were dis
cussed und minor provisions wero
threshed out, but It was found that
llttlo t-ould bo accomplished pending
final action of tho House on Sennto
1)111 No, 121, tho general election
Enuncluth, Dickey, Robertson, and
Whitney again appeared before tho
rommltteo nnd discussed tho various
phases of the bill with tho solons.
. . i
gefi'Eor. Rent? card,on sals at
tha Bulletin offtca.
Nlco, nlry rooms at
A Most Siwllmt Ausrtaaet of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
fl2 S.' KING ST. PHONE 525.'
THE BEST ''FrTTERS" IN TOWN,
MUSSINA, Sicily, April C- 13x-Presldcnt Itoorcvcll has called for
MOmbnsn. Today he traversed tho Milns of tho city lu tin rain und wh.i
deeply touched by tho scenes of destruction.
PARIS, Krnncp, April C. - As n result of tho frequent landing of Her
man balloons In lrnnce, tho tlovcrnmcnt hns decided lo collect n duty of
120 per cent, on-cvory one coming In. -
Tlie BKan Wiih'tlie Hoe"
Should Sow j
If In the city, call nt
125-127 MARKET ST.
0pp. Junction with California
DYES will bring abundant pleasure to the little folks.
We have them in endless variety shades and figured
Benson Smith's Co., Ltd.,
HOTtL AND FORT STREETS.
A gentleman's silver Elgin watch,
with Y. M. C. A. fob, has been lost.
Rainier Hock Is now on sale. A trial
glass will convlnco you of Its super
lorlty oyer n)l other bros.
Thos. F. MCTjBlio. on rving street, is
entering especially to family trade and
tjls assortment of lablo liquors Is ot
Tho Vienna Ilnkory, at 1129 Fort
ttrcct, Is furnishing tho finest bread,
28 loves for fl. Dellvera lo nny p:ut
of tho city,
Oct dyes for Easter eggs at Rcuson.
Smith & Co.'s, Hotel anil Fort street
They linu tho falnous l'.t.Vo dyes In
For snlo. ' 1 gentlu driving marc
with phaeton, sultabto for Indy. Price
icasonablo. Te'. lu9 or cal' nt clul1
Stnblcs, Fort St.
h. Ahoy on Nuunnii street has ladles'
;llk ami llulo gloves In all sizes and
colors on salo this wcck. a now nno
Of ruchlngs nnd ribbons has como In.
Don't forget to tako your films and
negatives tQ flurroy's to bo developed
and printed. Wo do the work quickly,
mid do It well. Fort strcot, Just bdlow
Hot Cross Runs! Hot Cross Runs!
delivered nl your residence on Friday
nnd Saturday mornings by tho Vlemui
Uakory, 1120 Fort street. Order by
telephone.. No. 107.
"Men who dress well will find that
cur stock holds tho very shoes thoy
want. Tho Italian Shoo comblnoa
stylo nnd durability In a way that men
like. Mclnoruy Shoo Storo.
Tho French Ijuindry does tho finest
class of hand-work; laces, feathers,
gloves, all sorts of dollcato fabrics
cleaned Without tha sllglitpst Injury.
258 S. llerctarila street, phono 1491.
Prlmn Rock Doer, tho famous Spring
brow, on salo today at every "bar in
Honolulu, on draught, and In bottle.
Phono to tho Honolulu' Rrpwlng and
Malting Co. for n caso. Phono S41.
For tho Jicst all-round family service,
try tho family grocers, j M. Ixivy &
Co., King street near Rolliel. Phono
75. Full HncB of tho finest groceries.
Fresh fruits nnd vogctablcs on every
Ry putting your sparo cash In one
of our small homo anks, you nre lay
ing the foundations of a snug llttlo ac
count that may mean a great deal In
tho day of ncod or of opportunity. Tho
Rank of Hawaii, Ltd.
You can't tell by tho appearance of
milk whether or not It Is pure. Carna
tion Milk Is trustworthy, Tlio hygienic
and sterilizing processes It undorgoos
malio It tho purest nnd snfest milk.
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
ceneral Cntalosrao is now
mailiric.and will be found
value to the planters of
Seeds, Plants and Trees
This Catalogue is the finest we
have ever issued and will be mailed
G, G, MORSE & GO.
free to all who writs us.
Vhou wrltlhg nddross us at
52 JACKSON STREET
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.
AT EMMA SQUARE
Tho band from tho Japanese cruis
er will give a concert nt Emma Square
this ovcnliiB from 7 lo 3 o'clock. Fol
lowing Is tho program:
March "Camp Dewey ' Adams
Divertissement cms "Udieusrln" ...
Japanese Songs "IchlgoJIchl"
Drill Music" Clurko
Japanese Song "Hnrusamo"
Selection "Merry Widow" .... I,char
I'olka "Rolhkappchen" Faust
KEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Entered for Record April 6, 1003,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. in.
Trent Trust Co Ltd to Kiiorii K.uu.i
Euokn K Ktiniia nnd wf to Jidiu 1)
'Paris i U
J D Paris nml wf to Illshop & Co ...M
Fioderlck E Slocro nnd wf to Mary
13 Clark 1)
Mary 13 Clark mid hsb to Ralph A
Lyon .. .,.'.., D
Mary 13 Chirk and hsb to II Water
house Tr Co Ltd M
Jom F Hmnburg nnd wf to Freder
ick C Miller H
Ruth R Guard to August Ahrcns ct
Jno. Hind to Antnno S Pcrolrti ....Rcl
S N Nlpoa Pallia und wf to Robt
Mrs Nnhlnu Uahalo to Robert Hind. AL
Emmollno - M Mugoon to Morlshlkl
Solgl ct al I.
Charles II. Dyke to II Waterhouso Tr
Co Ltd PA
Theopbllui C3 Davlcs by ntty to Lnu-
pilirHico Sugar Co I.
Theophllus H Dnvles Est by Trs to
Thrnphllus C DavleB ot al D
Makai::o n:id vf to Kucleku Sugar
Co Ltd . D
Antonq.Mendonca nil wf to Ocorgo
' F"Davle's '.......' D
Entered for Record April 7, 1009,
'from 9 a. m, to 10:30 a. m,
Charles R Dyko by alty to Marjf Per.
Mary Porry und hsb to P. F. Dillon.. D
Five hundred Itallnn laborers nt
NVest Point, on striko because thoy
wcro not allowed to walk ncross tho
front of the reservation, declare thoy
will stick. Tho quarter-master says
their places wlll-roou bo -filled.
.. . J
Miss Anno Morgan, daughter of J.
Plopont Morgan, will open n restau
rant In tho navy yard In Ilrooklyn to
provide wholeromo food for tho em
llonry L. Sllmson, Unttod Slaten
dlstrlnt attorney for New York, denied
a rumor thnt ho had resigned.
... " I i-
Wednesday, Apri' 7, 1D03
YOKOHAMA Arilvnl .pnl .
S. H. Nippon Mntu, hence Mnr. 2C
3AN FRANCISCO-Snlled April 7:
Noon, S. S. Hllonliin, for Honolulu
Tuesday, April 6.
4AN FRANCISCO Arrltcd Apill 6
III:, ti. O. ATlen, heiKa Mnr. 18.
UN FRANCISCO-Hallo.1 April 5:
U. S. A. T. Thonns, 12 in., for Hono
5AL1NA CRUZArrlvotl Mnr. 27:
.t , 1
Wednesday, Apt II 7.
TcmpernlureH 0 u. in., CS; S n. m
72; in n. in., 72; noun, 71; mornlni
lLtromelor, 8 n. m.. .13.13; uhioluK
htlinldlly, S a. m., ii.211 gr.ilim pe
cubic foot; iclntlto humlillty, S .1. nt.
(3 Jer cent; dew point, 8 n. m.. 03.
Wln.l 0 n. in., velocity 2, dlrwlloi
K ; 8 n. m., xuloc'.ty .1 direction K. I!.;
l'i v.. m , Mlnclty 10, dlttcllon N. 13.
noon, velocity 12, illiictlon 13.
Rainfall dm lug 21 l.uurs en.le.l S n
in., .CD Inrh.
Total wind movement during 2'
hours ended nt noon, 2C9 ml'es.
W, . STOCKMAN.
Section Director, 'Weather Dttroxu
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LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINER!).
Honolulu, T. H., April 5, 1909.
located on Pun Kit, tho rnnll Islnnt
Just northerly of Knulkt Head, tin
easternmost point of Iho Island o
Mnul, and on tho southeasterly rldo oi
On or nbout April 30, tho arc of vis
ibility or this lens lantern llsht will bi
Increased from 180 deg'eos lo 3C1 do
Ry order of tho Light-''' )iie Hoard
STANFORD E. MOSES,
Lieut -Commander, U. S. N Assistant
lo the Inipeclor, 12th L. II. Dlstilct.
THE W. O. HALL arrived early thlt
morning (rem Knuul, bringing tho fol
lowing enrgo: K. S. M., u'M bag,
sugar; 40 bags rice, 40 bags empty hot
ties, 40 ompty carboys, I horLO. 1i
empty wlno barrels, 19 bundlea hides
51 bags taro, 100 cases pineapples, 1)0
packages uundilcs, 1 lot sundries,
PURSER CHANI3Y of tho W. O
Hall, which nriltcd this moinlug, re
potts tho following sugar on Knuul
ready for fchlpment: P., 14,519; H.-M..
$115; O. !'., 44CO; K..P.. 0030; M O
Co.. 23,000; K. S. Co.. 5200; K. P.. 78.10;
Mak., 38,489; Moll., 10,923; '., .IJOO.
THE MATRON TUtl Intrepid re
turned from Mnul last night, nfter tow
ing tho lurk Fooling Suey to Knliulul
THI3 RARKI3NTINI3 Irmgard li
looked for any day now. Sho Is out
sixteen days from Sim Franclfca.
THE ST, KATHER1NE will prob
ably complete her cargo this week und
sail for the mainland.
THE CHARTERED Mnlson boat Hy
udes called on April 5 Rom Knhulu:
for San Fmuclfxo.
THE A.'ll. S. S. .MEXICAN Is dun to
arrive hero from Soattlo and Pur -i
Sound ports Friday.
THE CLAUDINE Ij duo to urrlu
hero tomoriow morning fiom Mnul
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer Mnul,
Captain Ilrulin, arrived hero this morn
ing. THE RARKI3NTINE Kllkltnt, Cap
tain Cutler, sailed yesterday afternoon.
BIG SUM ASKED
'Continued from Pace ti
Hint in 1905 Mr. air 1 Mrs. Srott, ns tho
owners of certain cunu land, enlorrii
Into it planting contract with Frank
Mcfitockcr, under tho terms of which
MeStockcr was to put up a totul ot
$20,000, $2000 u month, and tho plain
tiffs wcro to turn over to him the
enno. McStocKer organized tho koiu
Development Company to tako over
Scott alleges Hint ho delivered to
tho company 9774.9 tons of cano, equal
to 1193 33 tons tif sugir avallnblo fur
extraction, but only 922.12 tons wero
accounted for, leaving a balance, of
271.21 tons, equal lu value to $11,972.36
not accounted for.
Later a contract was entered Into
by which tho Kona Development com
pnny was to buy tho growing cano and
wind up the original contract, the buy
er to pay $04,505.28 for tho crop, lu
addition tu tho Imlanco due on tho flint
contract. It Is claimed' that thoro Is
n total of $74,19447 still duo nmi mi
Tho grpup of United States govern
ment buildings nt tho Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
Exposition will stand coniplcto
May 1. Tho Hjructuro to house tho
display from tho Philippines Is ready
nnd tho Alaska and Hawaiian build
ings aro fast Hearing completion. The
central exhibit palace Is ono nt tho
most handsome buildings over eroded
on exposition grounds by Undo Sam.
1 AnRIVED l
Tuesday, April 0.
St. N. Tim Intrepid, Hydo, Iiom
Maul, 5:15 p. m.
Wednesday, Apt II 7.
Stiiir. W. (1. Hall. 'riiuiini. f'""'
mini, 3:68 n. in.
S. 8. Afl.t, lliinkioger, from ol:o
Ii.una, 7: 10 n. m. ,
DEPARTED ' I
Tueeduy. April fi.
Am. likln. Kllkllat, Culler, for tf.ui
ii'ranclrco. 1:15 P- m.
U. S. A. T. Shcildan, for San I rnn-
Isco, 1: 15 p. jn.
Slnir. Mlkahab, for Molokal ami
Maui rorts, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Klnaii, for Knml iwirls, 5 p. m.
8. S. Asia, Gau'trogcr, for San Fran
iltco, 5 p. m.
I PASSCHCtRS ARRIVED
' Per 8. S. Ailn. from Iho Orient Apr.
.For Hono.uln: Mrs. (. Hannu,
1. Ilonlj, Mrs. 1). Hciil.l, Miss A. II"
ilg Miss A. II. Iloso. For Om F.tn
. Isto: For Ran Francl'co: Mr:. J. i'
VtMiuon, F. Austin. S. Ilourjide, W.
L, Carter, Master U Collins, Dr. C. A.
Juster, (I. Dnlniolcr, II. Doiiklu, Mrs.
1. A. Oreeii, Mrs. II. Ilcllla, P. Hell, .
-IcskliiB, C. 11. Logan. Miss II. I-ncan,
Miss J. A. Manlcy, Miss N. Mlddlfloii.
.1. 11. Oilcrdfcscr. M. Plillllpot. H
.tupp. Mr j. E. Shlmlsu. Master M. W.
Itodinan. .1. A. TIioiumiii, W. C. Eldld.
taaler II. Atkinson, Mrs. 1). W. Rorg,
. A. F. Cab'.cdu, Mrs. W. L. Carter. L.
:iel!ln, Mrs. C. A. Cusler. Mrs. M.
Innlrls, L. M. Flowers. W. S. Hill.
Master II. llellls. J. T. Hoaklns, 5tha
.1. HosUlna, Mrs. C. H. Lonan, W.
ogin, O. Mlddleton, I). K. Moss, .1.
I'arlter, Miss K. Plillllpot, Miss 13.
Jclundone, Dr. F. O. Ste.lman, Master
'. S. Qledman. R. A. Wlilttnmora, Mas
or N. Atkinson, Miss L. llerg, Mrs. P.
". Cnbledii, Miss L. Cnrr, J. R. Culleii.
O. S. Daily Rurjor, A. J. do S'ousn, E.
Iraivlkcl. Mrs. W. S. Hall, Mrs. F. W.
ladley. Mm. J. T. Hosklns and Infant,
Miss M. Jameson, Miss M. I.o.-;an. Mrs.
V. Logan, Mrs. O. Mlddleton, 13. J.
Uucn. Mrs. J. Par'.-.er, J. Prnger. M. O.
icliwelgcr, Mrs. F. O. Stedtuan and
iiirsc; JIls.i O. L. Stodman, It. Wolfe
.till. Per stmr. W. O. Hull from Knuul,
prll 7. Miss W. Holt, Miss Straycr,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilargeii, Ah I.utu, T. Kt
'nalru, Mru. Renwlek, Miss A. Wlutfee,
V. Wletko, T. it. Lucas. T. Mnrlta, A.
. Kiimlseu, 1-3. C. Smith und 51 deck.
' PA83EMCERD DEPARTED
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kiual. April ii.
5 p. m F. 0'iy and wife. J. A. Pal
nor, J. P, Cooko, Mrs. A. Mackintosh.
Mrs. 0. Mackintosh, H. U. Wlslianl, A.
iinblmton nnil wife, 11. AVuggoner. V.
!3. Harvey, Miss 13. flay, Mlta J. Uaj,
. Robinson und 2 chlldirn.
Per stmr. Mlknhnln. for Moloknl,
Vprll 0, 5 p. m.V. W. Pearc, C. II.
Tho plllkla growing out of tbo pro
Visions or Sennto Rill No. C2, making
It unlawful to pay out r.ny Territorial
funds, for other than fixed oxpeusoa,
except nit tho onler of a purchualw:
ngent, will bo rollovcd. This moriiln,;
Senator Fall child Introduced u bill,
amending tho net, so that tho law
will not go Into effect until July 1. '
Tho prat foiling of tbo Act lu ques
tion nre such Hint, from tho moment
Iho tlovcrnor placed Ills slgnuturo I i
It, It becamo Impossible for nny of Iho
departments, or for tho Legislature, to
imrchnpo n p-n-tgo stamp or a b-ittlo
ot mucilage, until such timo ns tht
Governor shull appoint a purchasing;
ngent. An tbo Governor showed no
Immediate Intention of making cudi uu
appointment, n mix-up resulted.
Tlio Japaucfo government hns Bent
two cruisers to Scattlo to bo present
at tho opening of tho Alaska-Yukon.
Pacific Exposition nt Senttlo Juno J,
1909. Roth vessels woro captuiod
from Russia. Nipponese In Scattlo
nro piovMIng n mynl ciitertalnmonl
for tlio officers nnd men of tho nquad
icii upon tho nnlval or tho war veu
sols In tho Paciric Coast city.
The Weokiy Edition cf the Cvcnln-j
Bulletin nlvcs a complete summary ol
the nsws of tbo day.
Sea Wrens, $ lOO
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyoie
. Motor, $175, Complete.
SHE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kiug St. oprwM''o South St.
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