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Hawaiian Third Degree.
Honolulu Cotn.nandery Reg
ular, D p. m.
Rote Croix-Special, 7:30 p. m.
Oceanic Third Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 Reg
ular. All vliltlng members or the
Order nro cordially Invited to
uttend meetings of local lodges
UARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meet oveiy Monday evening it
7:30 In I. 0. O. P Hall, Tort Street.
13. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
1 D. WICKE, N. 0.
Air vlsltlug brothers very cordially
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K. of 1'. Hall,
corner Fort and IJeretanla. Visiting
Drotheri" cordially Invited to attend.
r. . nuobnt, o. c.
11. GOSLING. K. It. 8.
HONOLULU LODOE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
IIu: olulu Lodge No. C1C, 11. 1 O.
Elk, meets In tliclr hall, on King
Btreo , near Tort, ocry Friday even
ing. Visiting llrothors are cordially
Invited to attend.
C. A. nOlTTIIITT. n. u.
II. C. KASTON, Sec'y.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.otP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. ot l
Hall, cor. Kort and Ueretnnlu. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. I-. M. AlcGREW, C. 0.
E. A. JAC011SEN, K. It. S.
HONOLULU AEE1E 140, F. 0. E.
MceH on the 2nd and-4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Derctanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. M. McCOY, W., Treat.
H. T. MOOP.E. Bocy.
j HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Moeto every first and third Thurs
days cf each month at Knights ot
Tythlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
GEO. SANDERSON', Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
"rtxtracjisxTZStjrvcs van -..- tvnmtxu
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
nnd. PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos
of Ichnlmrdt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
i-r . W3CM .CJCT -U:
All kinds in rolls and sh?ets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPBE &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Tort and Queen Sts., Ponolnln.
Tel 410. George G. Guild. Gen. Mgr
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING aud FAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.: P. 0. Box 914.
; Plank hooks of all tofts, ledgers,
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Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS
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For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Watci. delivered to office and
residence. RING UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water Works
12G3 Miller St M. P.. DE 8A
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short Orders at All Times
of the Day and Night. We Never
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Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
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777 KING ST.
Thp Best Whiskey on the Market
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101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX .758
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply fo.,Ud.
931 FORT ST.
At All Watchdcalers.
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Oor. FORT and KING St H-onoluJo
AND ELECTRIC MASSAGE
Fukuokavo Hotel, Liliha Street,
Illank hooks of all sorts, Icdgcrr
etc., manufactured by tho Dultetlr
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Orders for the Industrial Edition
of the Evening Bulletin will
be taken by any, of the B u 1 1 e t in's
newsboys, at fifty cents a copy.
Ten good nuto-hacks. Phone 0,
Al. Tlmrlow of the Iloynl Annev
serves the finest meals In 'town.
The dhorce suit of llalley vs, llall
ey Is now being tried before Judgo
If you want your hat cleaned right
send It to tho Expert Hat Cleaners,
Fort street, opposite Club Stables.
Representative ltlco was not In tho
House today. He has leao of absence
and hni taV n run home to Kauat.
Henry Clarke, tho well-known
baritone singer, U now employed on
the clerical staff at the Police Court.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its cooling
aud preservative properties California
Feed Co.. ugenln.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapned
ready for mailing, 00 cents at a u i
1 e t i n office.
The case against tho cloven Jap
anese who nro charged with assault
ing n fellow-countryman at Alen, was
continued till April 21.
.Fadcllc, who had nppealcd ngalnct
being bound over to keep the peace!
In regard to his wife, withdrew lila
appeal this morning and wnB bound
over In tho sum of $300.
Morltn, for malicious Injury, had
a suspended seutoucu of thirteen
months recorded against lilm by
Judge Andrndc this morning.
Speaker Holsteln Is considerably In
censed bccaiiko some members persist
In trying to Joko during working bourn.
Jokes nre out of order, ho contends.
M. K. Kcalawau has been granted u
license to practice law In the district
courts of the Territory. Mr. Kenlawaa
Is n member of the House of Represen
tatives from tho Second District.
Two bunches of gamblers were
hauled lu this morning; one of four
hnlled from the Winston block, nnd
the other, consisting of twelve Chi
nese, was from Vineyard street.
Emory Harris was committed t,o
the Circuit Court this morning by
Judgo Andrado. Rail In $500 was
allowed but Harris and his friends
seem a little shy of that amount.
Tho report of tho Health and Pollco
Commltteo on tho trip to tho leper set
tlement last Sunday was presoutcd In
tho House this morning. It Is tho same
as tho Senate report. LUiuniarlzed else
where. Kaholollo, Larson, f.unzi, nnd Kid
der all seem to have attained a high
mnrk In a boozing competition, but
tho native evidently did u bit hotter
than the rest of tho bunch, as his
controbutlon wns 17; the rest dug
four dollars each. Judge Andrado
During n cloudburst at Lnupahoe
hoo on Friday night, four Inches of
rnln fell nnd a part of the village was
under water for a Bhort time. Hoads
were again washed out and trnfllc sus
pended until temporary repairs were
made. The stages were running with
lu a day after the storm. (
Colonel Schuyler of l.cllchun has
detained n Portuguese saloonkeeper
who was alleged to be conveying
liquor to tho military reservation.
Inspector Fennel was called up by
phone nnd requested to go out to
he enntonoment at once. It Is hard
say wha,t will be done lu tho case
til Fennel! roturns from Lallchua.
B. O. Hall & Sou has received a
query as to tho whereabout of A. S.
Korqul&t, who formerly traveled for
tho Ilaum Iron Company of DcnvtT,
Colo. Ho Is supposed to be In this
city employed by somo of tho heavy
hardware firms. Mr. llaum desires to
acquaint him of Hlckncss In his tarn
Uy and anyone who can give any In
formation regarding his whereabouts
will comer a favor.
near Admiral II. IJIchl, Captain 01
taro Unll, of tho Aso, Flag Command
er N. Sakamoto, Captain Tetsutaro
Sato of tho Soya, and Consul General
Uyeno, paid .their .official aloha to the
Houso this morning and said good-bye,
tho squadron leaving for San Fran
cisco tomorrow. Tho Spcakor ,and
Itopresentatlvo Conoy met them on bj
halt of the House and felicitations and
good wishes wero exchanged. The
Japanese nnval officers also called nu
tho Senate and were fittingly received.
Tho Japanese band from tho crula
ers of the training squadron played lu
tho bandstand of tho Capitol grounds
this morning for tin hour, serenading
tho Legislature and the Government
officlnls. A large crowd, tho majority
of whom wero Japanese, gathcrod on
tho grounds to listen to tho music.
Tho playing of the band was much ap
plauded, and considerable surprise kwas
expressed that the llttlo brown men
should be ablo to get such good, re
sults with Instruments that are new to
tho race and music that Is so different
from their national music.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 8. KING ST. PHONE P25.
XHE BEST "FITTERS" IN TQWN,
REAR ADMIRAL SWINBURNE
WASHINGTON, 1). C, March 31.
The Japanese cruiser Aso and Soya
will visit San Francisco about April
2Bth, according to advices received
at tho Navy Department. Two Jap
anese cruisers nre being utilized for
training purposes and carry ISO ca
dets. Tho ships are under command
of Admiral IJIchl. They wero cap
tured during the Russo-Japanese wnr
and used to be called the llaynu nnd
The entertainment of the Japan
SUGAR TAKES FIRST
PLACE IN SENATE
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 8. Tho Senate haa ndupled n resolu
tion calling on tho Departments ot State, Agriculture, and Commerce for
Information "regarding duties on sugar.
Apill Sth, 1909. Chamber of Commerce, Honolulu. House voted
pineapples eight rents foot, eight dollars thousu'nd, vanned. Schedule
unamended. Strong Senate light p. tiding.
CITY OF MKXICO. Mexico, April
an appropriation of $1,000,000. for
hundredth anniversary ot Independence. For n new national theater tho
sum of $3,000,000. has been set aside.
TRUST PAYS AND ESCAPES
NBW YORK, N. Y April S. Tho American Sugar Refining Com
pany will pay tho last of the $1. 239,088 Bhortwelght duty on Imports to
morrow, thus kccuriug Immunity for the other refineries, suits against,
which will now be dropped.
WOMEN OBJECT TO TARIFF
, WASHINGTON, D. C April 8. Armed with a petition containing
200,00(1 signatures, four women representing the clubs of Chicago will
call on Speaker Caution tomorrow to protest against tho proposed tax
on women's apparel,
JEFFEUSON CITY, Mo., April 8. The Stnlo Assembly has adopted
a report lecammcndlng Statewide puihlbltlon by a constitutional amend
DEMOCRAT WANTS FREE REFINED
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 8.-r-Senutor Cluy of Georgia Is pro
paring an amendment providing for the ree admission of ruflned sugar
Scaled proposals will bo recehed at
tho office of the Superintendent of Pub
lic Woiks up to 12 o'clock, April ID,
for furnishing lumber, Sco notice.
The Lccoultro Is tho razor with tho
detachable blades, Bold by Ilcnson,
Smlt,h & Co., Ltd., und Thco. II.
Davles &. Co., Ltd. It Ih always sharp,
and keeps In excellent condition.
TI(o combination lunch and dinner
served bytho Alexander Young Cafo
havo been such a success that tho
management has Instituted n coinbln
atlou breakfast, with popular prices,
n.. .in,. ...o.i i.. i,n-.i .1.... ,i
seasoned, nnd gives tho best kind of
heat for cooking. Wo dollver tho host
burning coal at reasonablo prices. The
Union-Pacific Transfer Co., Ltd. Phoua
You cannot ho better suited In
vest for dress or business wear than
right hero lu our store. Wo have tho
largest and finest asHortincnt In years,
nil hondsomo nnd gontcel, Sllva'u Tog
gery. The Thermos bottlo will kocp liquids
uuiiuiK noi ior ju uuurs, or iruezing
cold for 72 hours. It gives tho luxuries
of a gas Btovo or refrigerator when tltlously left out. Wherefore It Is that
you're days from cither. Sold by H. u,,, KauaUtcs can give tho Melnncholy
Ilaekfeld & Co., Ltd. Dame cards nnd spades and beat him
The German llakery on King strcot, to tho polo whon It comes to Gloom,
formerly Slngor's Dakery, makes1 -The members who nro tLas fearful
bicak, cakes, pastry, otc, In good old ly punished for their sins claim that It
German Btylo. Dally deliveries. Sanv Is becauso they refused to pass thq
plo and saleariximB, Culiuan'u old storo, Liquor bill, Mr. Sllva says nothing.
Fort street, Phono 058, ' Dut he chortles In terrible gleo. And
SAN FRANCISCO., Calif., April 8
Hear Admiral Swinburne has been
nnmed as the hend of the committer
of citizens which Will arrange for
the entertainment of the Japanese
Bquadron, Iho Aso nnd tho Soya,
when they arrive here.
ese visitors Is n serious problem. Tho
Navy Department lias no special en
tertainment fund and tho only thing
that can be dono Is to tnkc n small
amount from the contingent fund. A
Certain sum has been Set nsldc for
tho purpose by Secretnry Meyer, but
It Is nut enough to give tho Japanese
Bailors nearly as elaborate nu enter
tainment as the Japanese gavo the
sailors of. the American fleet. After
ivlBltlng San Francisco the two crul
lers will go to Seattle.
GEORGE H. ll'CI.ELLAN.
8. Tho budget of Congress carries
a monument to commemorate tho
Gloom Shadows Their
Noble Brows and
Tho Kauai delegation In tho Houso,
has binned and Its name Is unathoma.
Moreover, dlro punishment lias des-i
ponded upon Its collective heads and
remorse kuaws nt Its Individual bouIs
like a cutworm at tho root ot a cab.
bagi-. Team batlio the faces of tho
' RepieBcntntlves from tho Garden
lantl n!ltl Kloo;" lias oi"u "I'0H them
llke tt black, vlm,i- 1Uce- .'Wy.
c,"ey n"'1 Sheldon paco tho leglsla.
tlvo c9"l'""-8 n'"l e" Uvlr l'lr out
Ivy iiiimiiuiB, nut ii is too laic, ino
curso Is upon them nnd there Is no
. I. ..I... I.. nn.i
I'.VKII III ,VIII1.
This morning when tho Houso as
semblod the members found ujion their
desks beautiful calenders, presented
with tho compllmonts of M, T, Sllva,
u ineinbpr of tho 1907 Legislature,
Tlin Is, all tha members got calendars
except tho Roprcscntavea from
Kauai. They worn eol'dlv nn.l nsten.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, April 9.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 9;
)'. M. S, 8. Manchuria, 1 p. m., for
Thursday, April 8.
YOKOHAMA Sailed April 7:
8. S. Mongolia, for Honolulu.
' A FEW HOURS after leaving this
port for her last trip up, tho Hllonbn
inn Into strung hend winds, nccom-.
panled by n tremendous sea, which
thundered ocr the (ow and filled the
Igwcr decks wllh water. Two ventll
atnrs wero can led nwny by n large
comber ,ntid ns a result M. J. Madden,
n boatswain, was seriously Injured.
THE MAUNA I.OA sailed at noon
today for Kona-Kau ports. Among the
passengers who left Jn her weic ka
niaalnas of Konn, who havo beeo vis
iting lu Honolulu,
THE LURLINE of tho Mntson lino.
arrived' nt San Francisco today. She
will leave for this port with n largo
amount of freight.
THE Ct.AURINIi will r.nll tills af
ternoon nt 6 o'clock for Maul ports
THE AORANG1 arrived nl -Victoria
Popular Liner Arrive.?
With Full List Of
True to her winders prophecy, tho
Oceanic liner Alameda arrived prompt
ly on time this mgruiug from Sail
Francisco with a good-sized list of pas-
bciigurs for Honolulu. Prominent
nmong the arrivals Is George French,
of tho Salvation Army, commanding
tho Pacific Coast districts. Resides
making annual visits to tho Islands
Krcneh will 1 tit n certain portion of
Manoa valley, with n view ot estab
lishing permanent headquarters' for
the Salvation Army people til this Ter
ritory. A. II. Anthony Is n tourist, who
brings his own motor car, In which ho
will travel nrouhd liic' 'fslanii.' T.' 1'.
Hon! Is n well known capitalist. Hu
arrived this morning wllh Ida wife
and daughter to maku nu extended
stay In tho Islands.
Tho liner experienced rather nasty
weather for n few days after leaving
San Francisco, but tho balance of tho
trip was pleasant Shu brought for
this port t7 cabin nnd 7 steerage pas
sengers, 79 bags of mall nnd 1200 tons
og general cargo.
u. en won
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 31.
The freshmen of California had their
day yejterday. On the home
grounds of tho Stanford babies they
won the fourth Intcrcollegluto fresh
man track meet with tho safo margin
afforded by a score of 79 to 43. Al
though tho cold affected the per
formances to a certain degree, yot
two freshman records went by tho
board nnd In seeral other events tho
tlmo was well up to standard. New
man ot Stanford nnd Gnbbert of Cal
ifornia wero the record-breakers. Tho
former ran n perfect two-inllo race,
cool nnd enBy all tho way, and when
he won lu 10:11 ho still appeared to
havo something lu reserve This tlmo
takes Bcyenleen seconds off that
made by Lester Thompson of Cali
fornia last year. Gnbbert, tho Cali
fornia captain, swung tho lC-pound
hammer out 141 feet 1 Inch, taking
tho title away from Muni), with
his 128-foot murk.
(Continued from Paze 1)
Is-n,,i. i, ,,, ti.n,, n ,.iin7ii,.a ni mm
ono tmo without tho unanimous con.
sent of tho Semite."
As there already existed a rule lim
iting each man to two talks In any
ono debate, ten minutes Is tho gross
perjod of time that npy ipepi)cr will
henceforth bo allowed to devotu to or
atory on any particular hill.
Tho resolution wns, doubtless, Intro
duced to put u ftop to n clmoi-fiil lit
tle practice which Senator Mnkokau
introduced last week, wjien ho an
nounced that ho would talk through
until tho tecoss period unless his mo
tion to defer action on a bill should
carry. Ho did not carry out his threat,
but ho tried to.
jjry'Tor Rent" cards on salo al
hr nullrtln trim.
ovor that section of tho Houso occu
pied by Kuuat hangs a large lllack
cloud of Gloom,
Friday, April 9.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, .'from
ian Frnnchco, 7; 30 a. in.
8. S. Crilna, Frlelc, from Snn ..Fran
:lsco, 8 n, m. ,,
Thursday, April 8.
Stuir) W. G. Hall, "Miompson, for
Knunl, C:,15 p. in.'
Stmr. Noetiu, Plltz,' for Kauai,' 6:15
Schr. Ka Mol, Dick, for IlawalltftSO
Friday, April 9.
Stmr. Mnuna Lon, Slmcrsou, for
Konn and Kuu, 12 in.
f SAILING TODAY
S. S. Chlnn, Frfolo ,for Japan, 4 p. in.
Stmr. Claudlno, Dennett, for Maul,
"i p. in.
:. : K j.
Per S. S. China, from San Francisco,
April 9. For Honolulu: Mrs. 'J. K.
Urowii, W. W. Carr, Mrs. W. W.flarr,
A. L. Chnuvet. B. L. Dow, W. Hamil
ton, .Mrs W. Hamilton, G. C. Iloifgsnu,
W. 11. Hopkins. N. Jacob, Mrs, N.
Jacob, A. Jaeger, Henry Jnpp, (. II.
Johnson, II. It. Robertson, Mrs. F, W.
Kruuse, Miss II. I.ycclt, MIsh G. II.
Mills, Mrs. Mary Murasky, Mrs..C. O.
Owen nnd child, S. W. Parker, Mrs. J,
fj. Pierce, Jnmes A. Held, M. H. Rob
bins, Jr., Mrs. A. M. Scott, C. II. Smith,
General J. II. Soier, C. A. Stnuton, It.
B. Tulbott. For Yokohama: Henry
Georve, Mrs. J. L. Gilbert. Miss K.
Hustlo, Thou Hlndle, Mrs. Tlios llluille,
II. Knwnguchl, Mm. II. I). Mntzmaru,
II. Knwnguchl, W. 1), Moore, Mrs. A.
L. Peel, MIrm Kleanor L. Trent, Rich
aril von UiinriiKli, Mrs. Mary Wiede
mann, Miss K. Wledciunnu. For Kobe:
Dr., i:. do M. Stryker. For Shanghai:
I. Al. Campbell, MJss No-iiu l.ludlcy, J.
SaiiiBon, Airs. J. Samson, l'lr Hong
kong: Miss Surah llachrach, F. J.
Uerry, Airs. J. F. Cohln,D. C. Con
nell, John A. Davis, Mrs. John A.
Ilnvls. Airs. C. A. DoWItt und Infant,
Miss Kutheilno DoWItt, Airs. O. Dol
ling, Airs. II. L. ICverett, Gci. A.
Fischer, Mrs. Geo. A. Fischer, Miss Al.
A. Goss, AIIsh Al. Ilolllduy, Mrs. C.
Hurst. Airs. C. K. JunYo nnd Infant, J.
!:. lliilsknmp. Airs. J. I-:. Hulskamp.
Wm. H. 1.1ml, Al'rs. Win. B. I.lnd, Miss.
Marguerite I.lnd, F. V. Vnn der Low,
Mm. F. A. Vnn dor l-ow, Mnster Fred
erick Vnn 'der Low, Master -C. II. I).
Van der Low, B. A. Mackintosh, W.
A.. MIlHluml, Allss .Murdoch, p. B.
iiuwi-H, iiirs. u, k. Newell, it. (,.' Has
uiussen, Airs. It. C. Raninusseiiffj. C.
Sntiborn.-Addlpll Sleffons, 'JMih F.
Whelan, N. White, Airs. N. White,
Miss Natalie While, .Master Laurence
While, ICdwmd Wise, Wong Tsu Ylng,
Airs. Wong Tsu Ylng- Aluster Wong
Choy, Master Wong Gun.
Per O. S. 8. Alameda, Dowdell.
fioju San Francisco, 7:30 n. in. April
0. A. JI. Antliony, Airs. K. llalley,
Jilts S. llurjliwlck, C. A. llruns, AIIsj
A. F. Carr, Ray Collins, Airs. Al. Cor
bett, Lloyd B. Kdwards, Atrs. Kd
wards, Clnreflce Ferguson, Col. Oco.
French, E. Gebauer, A. Hamilton.
Geo. Hernandez, Airs. Hornandez, II.
Heydcnrelch, Alra. Hcydcnrelch, J. t'.
Ilollonbock, T. P. llord, Ars. Hon).
Aids Gornldluo llord, Mlsa Lillian
King, Alias Margaret Alunlott, B. P
Maxwell, Airs. Alaxwoll, II. A. Alolcr.
Airs. Ida Osborne' .Matter Gordon Os
borne, AIss Sophie Osborne, Mhu
Clara Pardee, J. B. Pardee, O. P.
Pourle, J. W. Ryan, Airs. Ryan and
two children, W. It. Scott, S. I. Shuw,
Airs. J. C. Smith, Miss F, (1. Smith,
V. J. Strode, Airs. Sosso, Pletro Sob
so, Airs. Sosso, j. Underwood, Mrs.
Underwood. .Norman Whlser, Mrs.
A. K. Wlllshcr, J. II. Wllsou, Mis.
Wllfcon, Airs. B. I). Woodbcrry, Frank
Wyniitn, Airs. Purry.
Per stnid. Alntina Um, SlmcrBon.
for Kona-Kau ports, 12 noon, April
9. J. Caspar, II, C. Alen, O, F. Alny
)wcll and wife, Loo Joe, W, P. Ka
pulanl, W. Green, Mrs. Ah Lau, Mrs.
A, Aklna, Miss J, Henson, AllMiAiur
ray, W. W. Uruner, A. W.Curier nnd
party, R, C. Hi own, Miss Calla
Aloore, AIIsh Florence HojfMltiq K.
Clark, R. A. AleWnyno.
Per ntinr. W. 0. Hall, Thompson,
for Kauai, 5 p. m., April 8. Airs. A.
L. Houghton, Miss W, Agncr, D. L.
Aiibtln, AIIss L. Orange, Allss J. John
son, Allss A. Welbke, B. K. Aldilch,
T, A. llurnlngham, O, Lyshahn, A.
Const nbel, Itpso K, Clark, Allss Sun
ter, Powerc to Confer London. March
23. Telegraphing from Constantino
ple tho correspondent of tho Alornlng
Post say ho hours that a European
conference Iwb been absolutely ngroed
upon, nnd that tho program, tho dalo
nnd tho place of meeting will be set
tled next week.
SBr BULLETIN AD3 PAY
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Oyotc
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
A1JD MACHINE WORKS
Kin St. opp"j Sontb, St, ;
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