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EVENING nuAMTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1000.
USM1G 5 IfflPU
Honolulu Chapter Mark Mastei
Honolulu Chapter Regular,
0 p. tn.
All visiting members of the
Order aro cordially Invited to
atteud meetings of local lodges
HARMONY. LOJJUE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Melts ovoiy .ionday evening it
7:30 In I. O O f Il.ill, t'ort Street.
H It. HENDRY, Secretary.
F. D lOKfi. JI. O.
AU Tlsltli.K uroiaors very cordially
OAHU L0D0E, Ho. 1. K. or P.
Meets every Qrst nnd third Fri
day tv tuning ut 7:30 tn K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort and Heretnnla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
F. It NUUICNT. C. U.
It. GOSLING, K. H. B.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 01 0, II. 1 O.
Elks, meets In their lmll, un King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Vialting Itrothera nro cordlnlly
invitcd to attend.
K. A. DOI'THITT. i:. II.
H C EA8TON, Secy.
Wn. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Moots every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
tvoblug nt 7:3u o clock In K. of 1'.
Hall, oar. lrt and Hcretunla. Villi
Ins brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McGREW, C. C.
E. A. JACOHSEN, IC. K. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on thn 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock ti IC. of P. Hull, corner
Cerotanla nnd Tort itrcets.
Vlaltlng Eagles nro Invited to st
lend. W M. MrCOY. W., Prest.
II. T. MOOP.E. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meetu ovory first nnd third Tluiro
da j b of each month at Knights ot
Pjthlas lull. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
Clio SANDERSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
The be3t assortment ever
shown in the city. STYlfeS
W .l nrrfTs rn fTtrm -nsf-nv
Leave your oraer for n bos
of Ichnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Comer Kinu and Fort Streets.
uaczavizzs&rzii srir- jrimrTac.yajwi rn
All kinds in rolls and sbjeti.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER 4
SUPPLY CO., LTD. '
Fort nnd Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel 410. George a. Ouila. Gen. Mri
Purest Flavor Klffhest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
CONTRACTOR end BUILDER.
PLUMBING nnd PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 014.
Blank books of nil sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bullotlr
iiJSS) ) Wealth of
WkWfttt k hair is wealth
p indeed, espo-
cinlly to n wo
man. If your
hnir falls out, is
loo tliiii, oris los-
if ',.. ji.. i
Jlltj ilO VV'Ul, UBU
It will rcinovo all claiulruff,
and will gtvo you thick, long,
glossy, and beautiful hair.
Accept no substitute. Bo
sure jou got Aycr's Hair
Vigors nnd prcscrvo tho rich
ness and luxurjanco of your
liair to an advanced period
tnwii kr Dr. !. C. Am t Co., Ic.n, Mm., U,S. A.
WHEN YOU GET YOUR
by us you will be satisfied in
EVERY RESPECT. ' -
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.. XTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
j Easter Millinery
BOSTON BLDG.. FORT ST.
CHILDREN'S COATS AND
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG .Bid.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BERQIN. Proprietor.
for Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Watei, delivered to office and
residence, HINO UP 657,
Arctic Soda Water WorKs
12G3 Miller St.
M. P.. BE SA
Meals and Short Orders at All Times
of the Day and Night. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
a, wra. vyajuiaiu, rrop.
Everything that the Name ' linplies,
Office Supply Co.,Ld.
fl.11 FORT ST.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
i3or. TORT and KING Sts., Honolulu
" A Wk '
LOCAL AND GENERAL
. . . . - :
.auruers tor tne lnoustrifii Edition'
of, Evening BiilletinJ'will
te; taken byany of the Bull e.tin't
neu-sboys, at fifty cents a fcopy,
No old goods nt Kerr's.
Teu good auto hacks. Phone 6.
Al. Thurlow of Hid lloal ' Annex
Benes tho finest meals tn town.
If you want your hat cleaned rltht
send it tb tho Expert Hat Clednets,
Kurt strctt, opposite Club Stables.
Coat your, Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised nt Its. coollne
nnd preservative properties California
Feed Co., agents.
The Red Cross Sbclcty will moot
Wednesday nftonioon at 4 o'clock at
Judgd Dole's chambers, to hear tho
report of tho committee on tulicrcit
losls, nnd art upon tho Fame.
President Morgan has called n spec
lal meeting (if tho Chamber ot Corn
incrro for tomorrow nftonioon to hear
tho icport of tho Legislative Committer-
President Morgan Htnleti tlinl tho
matter of Increased taxation may bo
taken up, but ho knows ot no npeelllc
matters to bo presented. A full uttciid
auco Is requested.
Captain Chrlstlnnsnn of the barken
tlno Irmgnrd, which nrrlvcd Inst Sat
urday from San Francisco, expressed
his surprise this .morning nt tho art
icles which appealed in tho Honolulu
imperii nbout the race which was bu
posed to hno taken place between tils
ship nnd the Coronaiio, during their ni
"I'm not In for n race," said Chris
tlnnfcon. "I anl for tho safety of tho
property nnd lives of those who truvel
on my ship," continued be. "There
wns no rnco contemplated between
Captain Langtclt and my self. Tho
dinner, which tho newspaper referred
to, has not materialized and I am at a
loss to know bow the story originated.
"Tho Coronndo, which left hero nt 7
o'clock In th(j morning, on her last
trip, was caught up with and passed
by me at 11 o'clock that night. I left
hero nt 11 o'clock the same morning
nnd It did not take mo very long to
catch up to tho Coronado. I wish that
tho Advertiser, which Is responsible
for tho story of tho alleged race, would
give the that dinner."
On her trip down tho I-mgird ex
perienced miscellaneous weather. Sho
sighted this Island last Saturday morn
lug nnd In tho afternoon fIio was along
sldo tho Channel wliarf, whoro alio Is
discharging her cargo.
There wero four passengers and two
stowaways on board. Tho two stow.
awnys aro Ollbcrt W. Krlesz and j:rlck
Welen, n Scandinavian.
They started without money nnd nrn
on a walking trip around the world.
JAPANE8E MAKES DONATION
TO THE' 8TVTE' UrJjVERSITY.
IJerkeley, March 31. "Shlma Room"
Is the designation by which an npart
mcnl to bo fitted up by tho Japancso
"potato king" In tho .student's inflrin
afy at the .University ol California Is
lo bo known, according to nn ' an
nouncement niailo jesterday by tlie
president of tho University. A check
for J1B0 was received from tho Japan
ese, millionaire today, ,wlih the request
that tho money, be used to furnish a
room In tho Students' Infirmary Annex
for undergraduates who nro In need
of medical attention.
Tho, gift Is without precedent, as It
Is tho .first donation ni the kind lo tho
University from a Japancso. Othor
rooms jinvo been furnished through
prlvnto gifts frotu those Interested In
tho wclfdro of tho University.
CREPU EFFECTS m
JTHE XAIEST .MATERIALS
Paris, by the way. has fastened up
on a new word. Just as she lakes
old colors and gives . ,them fresh
names sho has taken nl'l 'the Bprlng
materials nnd dubbed them with tho
eurhanid crepu. Everything Is "cre
pon crepu,'' 'rmohnlr' crepu," shant
ung, eollne, sorgo, cheviot all crepu.
Just what It means no one seems to
know, except that the matorlais ap
pear to bo ji trine rougher, crlsp'or,
and more woUy than formerly. Oth
erwise there 'is no apparent reason
for tho sobriquet other than the
Frenchman's passion for novcltle;
even In words aud phrases, Tho
CARD "Of 'THANKS
M. F, Potor 'desires to thank tho
kind friends for' their sympathy on
tho death of his mother.
Bulletin Builnes Offim Plirm. ona
,Biilletin'.Editorial Room Phoni 185.'
A Most Excellent Assortment of
fi2 S. KING ST. PHOffE 2fl,
THE BEST "FITTERS IN'TOWfl,
ANOTHER FRENCH STRIKE
MENU, Fiance, April 1.0. There Is numeral s,trlko of
hero owing to n 30-pcr-cent. leductfou In wnges duo to Ja
Ing to n 30-pcr-cent. l eduction In wnges duo to Japancso torn
The strikers have stoned
WKUU, France, April 11. Tho troops rushed hcrcto hnndlo the
ttrlko situation among the butlnnmnkers linvo arrived nnd thbro has
been llttlo rioting among tho strikers since. The strlkcis linvo cut lha
telegraph wlies and the workern who were sent In to replace the still.
crs have fled, terrorized by tho threats made agatiiBt them,
WASIIINOTON, D. C April 11. Tho amendments made to tho
Payne tariff bill In the House betnro Its final passage on Filday vei)
to reduce the tnrlg on n number of classes, the total lediutlons Ii'-Iiik
estimated in icduOe the revenues))- twenty jnllllon dollars annually.
NIAGARA FALLS FROZEN UP
IIUFFALO, N. Y., April 11. Niagara Falls has completely dried up
for tho'sci-oml time In Its history. The river of the falls litis frozen t-olld
nnd the 'water hits been hacked up to such nn extent that Berlimii Hoods
havo resulted, with dnmago done to the extent of n million dollars.
EARTHQUAKE IN jBWEDEN
COPENIIAfJHN, Denmark, Aprllll. Reports have reached hero of
a violent earthqunke shock today throughout Sweden, lasting for n min
ute. No details concerning nny damage that may havo been done linvo
SUEZ, April II The steamship Admiral which li conveying o--Prerlilct
HooKevc.lt In his African destination, bus passed through tho
GREAT BRITAIN SATISFIED WITH JAPAN
VIENNA, Austria, April 10, -A Government organ Is authority for
tho btntcmptit that Japan will soon terminate her alliance with Cicat
LONDON, England, April 10.--Tho Vienna repoit about the c-irly
termination of the Anglo-Japanese alliance, is discredited. There la n.i
friction between the two countries
m i i a
HOLLAND EXPECTS AN HEIR
THE IIAni'E, Apill 10. Tile tilth of un heir In the tlitono of the
Netherlands Is expected next wtcl.. A demonstration on "u filnanlie
scale has brtu urrnnged.
WASIIINOTON, I), a, April 10 For tho flist tlmo since tho Spin
Ish war the Army Is nt Its full strength nnd recruiting has he'en discontinued.
WASIIINOTON, I), a, April 10.
will begin on Tuesday.
- SHOPPING NEWS
A pluuo player Is wanted, bou ad
Jordan's big snlo has caught on.
lliislness is booming nt No. 10 store.
Tho further reductions in dry goods
at Kerr's should result In quirk clear
ance. A reading Standard motorcycle, twin
cylinder, C horsepower, Is tor sale. Suo
ad, this issuo.
Courtesy nnd prompt attention l.i
the standing order In our establish
ment HollUter Drtig Co.
Pausbook No. 8392 on ltlshnp &.
Co, s savings department has boon
lost. Kindly rtturn- to bank.
A young man Just nrrlvcd fiom
tho Const desires u room with pii
vato family, Phono to loom 93,
'Tho now spring goods on display ut
Sachs' today nro bringing out u giiut
many shoppers. The now modolu In
ready-to-wear garments uro pa1 tlrular
ly attractive '
Don't take chances with la grippe.
An attack mny lenvo you In li pron
tiatcd condition Hint only beef wlno
nnd Iron tonic from llenson, Smith &
Co.'tl will pull ou through.
For tho finest stationery for business
nnd prlvnto correspondence try pat
Mossmnn, 7G Merchant street, near iho
P. O, Host blank books of all Itluils.
Littost periodicals and magazines.
Phono me1 for ositliunto on filling In
dirt, ordinary soil for tho yurd, or lino
loum for garden plots, otc I'll glvo
ion tliu best soil at reasonable ratcB.
1 M Pond, contrncior. Phono 890.
Uuylng our children's shoes is tho
best sort' of economy, because they
last ho long nnd look so well until they
ore worn-out. Try .thorn. Manufac
turers' Shoo Co., Ltd., 1051 Fort St.
For Balo: beaqh properly nt Knlnwal,
f i outage of '100 feet, on beach nnd SO
feet on Diamond ffeail road. Iliilldlii?
lot In Maklkl on high ground neur eir
Hue, building sites In Mnnoa nnd Kn.
mukl "Walerhouso Trust," Fort and
Soveral ofjjho scholars had returned
to Sunday school .aftijr being absent
some vveeks on'nccount of (llness. "I
had tho measles," said ono little girl
"I had,tHo mumps," snld another. "So
did I,"1 said a. Jhlrd. Tho superinten
dent heard them nnd, addressing a
curly-headed boy, said: "Well, Qhaillo,
jou wcro'abbcnt, too. What (Hd jou
Chnrllo's faco fluslrd. Ho though a
moment nnd then sing oif In high
treble, "I had n little brudder!" Tho
nnd wrecked four factories.
ON HIS WAY
Tho Sonato debate on tho tnrlf
2 LOO Hilonlan repoits.
Castlo & Cooke, agents of tho Mnt
bou liner Hilonlan, received a wireless
report from Captain Johnson, dated
April 11, saying that she was 78S miles
from Honolulu at 8 p. m.
Under date of April 10, sho icporlcd
Hint sho wtis 108G miles from Honolulu
fuuitceu pastengcrs, 1800 tons of cat
go. ten mules, ono horso. 202 sacks of
mall, 48 cases of Wolls Fargo cxpiess
Last Friday, April 7, at 8 p. m., sho win
700 miles from San Francisco.
Sho will nirlve on Wednesday, April
BRECKONS MAY HAVE
(Continued from Paj li
to tho odlco. Is upheld by tho depig
ment, and tho bin Is only placid on
criminal cises, which might Involve en
(Continued from Pace 1)
bell as u club to hold over tho heads
of tllo doubtful ones, Thcro wns
stiong opposition to Campbell; theie
was llttlo to Heinonvvay. Tho nnll
Ilcmenwny crowd declined to cipposo
Campbell unless tho Attoinoy (lener
ul wero kit I fed In turn.
" That sonio of those who, to get
Campbell's scalp, voted to blackball
Hemenwny, might cast their ballots
differently a second tlmo Is moio than
n rumor, nnd u inrcfiil watch Is bo
Ing kept on tho doings of His Excel
lency. JESS SAID HER PRAYERS.
Ono day thrco-yeorold Ilaby Jess
was vl?ltlii ; her grandmother, who was
vgoiy dovuut. Sho uskcil Haby Jess
If her mother Ivid tntight her to say
Jess aiuwojcd: "Yes, ma'am."
"Whom do jou pray to, dear, and
ask to forgive jour naughty wuys?"
"fiomellnies I pray to inotluir's knees
anil BometlhiCH to tho bed." Thu Apill
WHAT RCALUY .ACHED.
Ono dny Mary camo in lira- mother
and said, "Mollicr, my oar nthes!"
"Hops It ncho very bad, Mnrj-"
nsked her mother.
"Well, run nut and play; then you
will foiget nbout It."
Mary went out, but ptotly sonn sho
came backiand saltlf "Mother, my enr
does ache. It Is not tho holo, but the
rufflo around It Tho Apill Dellneatoi.
niank books' ot all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Uulletln
j IN FOREIGN PORTS 1 'j'. ARRIVED
Saturday, April 10.
SAN FUANCISCO Aril cd p-ll 9
S. S I urllii". bene Mnr 31
SAN FRANCISCO-Sailed April 9.
S. S. Manchuria, 1 p. m., for Hono
lulu. VICTORIA Arrived April 9:
S. S. Aornngl, hence Apill 1.
HILO Arrived April 9:
Ilk. AH'ort, from Port Ludlow.
Friday, April 9.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 9:
P. W. 8. 8. Manchuria, 1 p. m., for
Thursday, April 8.
YOKOHAMA Sailed April 7:
8. S. Mongolia, for Honolulu.
C.AV10T A Sailed April 1:
M E. Chllcott, for Honolulu.
PORT SAN LUIS Sailed Apill 7'
llktuo Fiillcrton, for Honolulu.
, Wednesday, April 7, 1009
YOKOHAMA Arrived April 0:
S. 3. Nippon Mnut, hence Mar. 20.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 7:
Noon, S. S.ililonlan, for Honolulu
Tuesday, April 6.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 5:
, III:. 8. C. ATlun, hciKO Mar. 18.
SAN FUANCI8CO United Apill fi:
U. 8. A. T. Thomas, 12' In., for Hono
lulu. 3ALINA CRUZ Arrived Mar. i:
8. S. Columbian, from II do, Mnr 13.
KAANAPALI Sailed April I!
8. 8. Pleiades, for San Fr.inclneo.
KA1IULUI Sailed April G;
8. 8. Iljades, for Snti Frtmch.co.
Monday, April G.
PAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 5:
8. S. MUsourlan, from S.illnn Criu.
8. S. Chlyu Miiru, 8 a. 'm., hciin
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Apill 4.
Scbr. J. II. llrucc, from Mihubuu
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 3:
Sehr. Defender, for llouiilnu.
PORT TOWNBKND Arrived April C:
Ilktnu. Mnkiivvell, from Eleelo, Mar.
COOS I1AY Aulvol April S:
llktne. M. E. Wtiikelmnnn, from
llllo, Mnr IG.
.MIDWAY ISLAND Ai lived April 4:
Scbr. Flaurenco Ward, hetuo Ma-.
Saturday, April 3,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 3:
Schr. W. II. Mar.iton, for Honnliihi
S. S. Alameda, 11 a. m., for Honolulu
BAN LUIS Arrived April 3:
llktuo. l'ullerlon, heiiro M.ir. 3.
j Friday, April 2.
GIIAY'3 1IARUOR Ani'ved Avrll V:
Schr. Dauntless, hcuco Mar. 13.
SAN FRANCISCO Salic if April 2:
P. M. S. S. China, 2 p. iil, fyr Ho
SEATTLE Sailed April 1:
S. S. Mexican, for Honolulu.
GRAYS HARIJOR-Sallcd-ApilI 2: -
Schr. C. A. Thnv-or, for Honolulu.
MAKAWEI.I Sailed .Mar. 31:
S. S. Hjudes, for Kuhulul.
Wednesday, March 31, 1909.
OAVIOT A Sailed Mar. 21-.
S. S. Rosocrans, lowing ?.Iontcrey.
SAN FRANCISCO- Arrived Mmrh 31.
S. S llllo'iilan. 2 p. m , be-ico Mnr 23
SAN FRANCISCO Siiilc.il Mmcli SI-
Ilk. It. P. Hlilict, for llllo.
Tuesday, March 20.
SAN FRANCISCO All Ived Mch. 29:
S. S. Mauthurla, henco Mnr. 23.
Ilk. Andrew Welch, hcuco Mar. 11.
SAN FRANCISCO Aiilio.I Mnr. 3D:
S. S, Alanicdi.lienco Mar. 21.
SAUNA CRUZ-Sallcd Mar. 27:
S. S. Mlsourlan, for S.m 1'raucb.co
HILO-Salltd Mch. 27f
8. S. Texan, for Salln i Criu.
liana Airhed Mnr. 2S:
Schr Jas. Rolph, Irom S.m Fran.
Monday, March 29.
SAN FRANCISCO Ssllcd Mar. 28:
flp. John Em, for llllo.
SAN FRANCISCO-Salled Mar. 27:
8, S. Enterpilho Tor llllo,
SEATTLE Arrived Mar. 28:
8. 8. Mexican, from San Fianclscj
(1AV10TA Arrived Mnr. 29:
Schr. M. E. Chllcott, henco Mar. 10.
Saturday, March 27.
VANCOUVER Sailed March 20:
8. S. Mukur.i, for Honolulu.
DELAWARE IlREAKWATEft Ar
rived Mm eh 27:
S. S. Alaskan, from llllo, Jan. 2
YOKOHAMA Sailed M'ir. 27:
S. 3, AEla, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO-Salled Mar. 37:
Dktno Cnionudo, for Honolulu.
Friday, March 20.
NAGASAKI Silled Murcli 22: l
U. 8. A. T. Sheridan, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO-Sallod Mar. 21.
8. H. Mexlcm, for Seattle.
SAN FRANCISCO Halted Mar. 20.
a. S. SlbeiU, 1 p. in., for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA Arrived Mnr. .20: -
8. 8. Korea, henco Mar. '15.
HE KNEW HIS FRIENDS.
"Yes, sir," boasted tho hotel pro
prletor, "Hint dog's the best rat catch
In' dog In tho Stato."
Even ns ho npoko two blc rats scur
ried acioss Iho ofllco 'floor. Tho doz
meicly wrinkled his nose.
"It.it dog!" scoffed tho traveling
man. "Look nt that, will jou?"
"Huh!" sum ted tho lindlord. lie
knows them. Hut Just jmf let u straugo
rat romo lu licio ouco!' Everybody's
Sunday , April 11.
Sttnr. Mlkahnla, fiom Jloloknl nipt
Mnut ports, 3 30 n m.
Stnir. Ke An Hon, from Kauai ports,
C a. m.
Stmr. Noeau, fiom Knwnlhae, 7:30
( ' Monday, April 12.
Ilk. Coronado, Houdleltc, from Snn
Kr.incltco, ID n. in.
Schr. Concord, Plltz, fiom Pnlinjm
H. 8, A. T, Thomas, fiom San Fran
I SAILINQ TOMORROW
I- - r
Stmr. Milium Ken, for llllo nnd way
polls, 12 m.
Stmr. Mlk.ihaln, for Moloknl and
.Maul poitEs, G p. in.
Stmr. Kltiaii, for Kauai purls, ! p. m.
M. N, 8. S. Hilonlan, Johnson, fiom
SAIL WEDNESDAY j'
(). S. 8. Alniuoda, Dow dull, Tor Sin
Krnncli co, HI n. in
t . .;.
j DUE THURSDAY I
P. M. :) 8. Mauchuii.i, frjuii 8.111
t'lasiclpco. n. in. ,
f PA33ENOERS ARRIVED "
v" Per If. 8 Ti. T. Thomas, fiom Sun
Fiaiicltco, April 12. lir Honolulu:
Cult W. II. II. Cliiipmau, 30lh liifnn
in; Lt. Henry dull. Phelnn, Medical
Resorvo Corps, vvlfo and 4 children;
l.t Geo. C. I low en. 20th liif.iiilrj, Mia.
I. 11. While nnd MIm Virginia White,
family dipt. Cniiner: Albert (I. I lull
'I ; Albeit G. Fisher, llenrj Lollisou.
l-'or .tluiin: Mrs. 11 W. Stoddard,
laughter and child. For .Manila: Col.
Men. A. Hod. I. v.lfe and 2 chlb'lieti, l.t.
Col. Frank A. Eduurds, dipt. John M.
Moig.iu, wife nnd child, (.'apt. John W.
Ci-.iljj. Capt. Iknry 1). Dixon, vvlfo nnd
2 children. Capt. Samuel F. Dallam
nuil vvlfo. dpi.. Prul T. llayno, vvlfo
and chlld,4l.t. Frank U Case, wife mid
child, l.t. Low Is W. Cas land wife, Lt.
(feci. W. Higgler, vvlfo nnd 3 chlldien,
l.t. Ah In 8. Perkins anil mother, l.t.
noughts II. Jacobs, l.t. Rich ird W.
Walker, vvlfo and daughter, Lt. Geo.
A. Tiiimbo Lt. Ilobeit McC. Ilerk, Jr..
.111(1 wile Lt. Otan C. Alctdllio, Lt. (Lu.
II. Hunter, l.t. Charles L. Scott, Lt.
Rnl'h Talbot Jr. and wlfoj.l. Geo. W.
DeArmoud, LI. Augiittlno W. Robins,
Lt. William I). Ge:ry, Lt. Wllllnm II,
Gdriltoii;-Jr., l.t, Reynold F. Mliidv
lskl and wire. Wllllnm P. Hill nnd wife.
MnJ. F. J. Kcinaii, Cnpt. W. II.
Horttcti, Cnpt. T. II. H.lekcr and wife,
Cnpl. S. C. Vestnl, vlfo and 2 chlldien,
Cipt. Arthur L. Fuller, dpi. A. J.
r.oU'ihorty, wlfo nnd- 3 ch'ldren, l.t.
Waller II. Dade, Lt. Copely Enos. l.t.
Jnmcs Goelho, Lt. Michael F. Cooney,
Lt (1. W. Hull, Lt. W. 11. Sullivan, Lt.
O C. Nichols, wiro nnd child, Lt. F. II.
Kolies, Capt. Joseph W. Illanclriid,
C.ipt. .I..'i: Ilojlu and 2 sisters, It. 1.
!In.v den. Henry Schulle, Ilert Relfuju
iler and wife, Mm ton V. 11. Hans, W.
T. Mnffey, Mrs. C F. von dom Hub
echo nud 2 chlldi'tu, Mia. Niiunlo
Ml-hlo Wuybind, Mlsa Hattlo Shellon,
Mrs a.ir.ih E. Hiker, XIIss Elli Wil
cox, Mrs. J, W. Moore unit Infant, Miss
Rlliubt th Mill Coniiii- Mis. cGo. W.
11. ill mid eblll, Mrs. John 8 Young,
Mrs. Geo II. Cooku. .Mrs. A. II. Drum,
Mlsti Johiiimi Llnch'iii, MI'S Olgrld C.
Johnsuii, Chn.i. II. Mcll.ili. rwlfo nnd
lufiint John 11 Scully, wlfo mid 3 clill
ilimi, rtinrliM W. Ab'.rllijo mid wife,
Paul T. Feiror. Edward .1. Ilelnrlrh.
Ch.ulos Dwlght. Axel Stohlberg. Wll
llnm M. Gnus, Thomas McNamum, vvlfo
and 2 children, ChailcH 8. Russoll,
William II. McNully, Kiln In P. Webb
and wire, Michael J. Mulmiey nud wife.
William W. Hall, wlfo And child, Elmer
llobtoltor nnd wlfo, William .1. Halley
mid wife, 8am D. Ciitcr, 'Duncan M.
Juno, .Mrs. Hairy O. Trney, Mrs. Frank
McGlimls. Mrs. Daniel MtCnrth)', Mrs
Henry E. Loving nud miii, Mluiito
Lewis, Mid. Doheitj', Geo, W. May,
wlfo and Infnut, Fled Slangur, Ojinan
Fieoinan, vvlfo nnd rhlld, Wllllnm E.
Whelim, W. E Toohey. Wllllain J. llu.
(lianaii. lie in a id Felger, Mis. Keibln,
Mis. Hiifini lunst.
Per ttim. Mlk3l1.1l i, from Jloiokal
and Maul poits, April U. Ml jo
Aimdla Gas, m May Gay, Mlus Eltlo
(Jay, "Miihli-rs l.uwienco, Ernest mid It,
Gay. W. Hitchcock. II. R, Hltrhcoek,
Mlr Nanl Kanliimtl, J. Keokl, I). K.
Whltos;:. 8. IMiv irds, F. E. Thompson,
Mis Mnry Kaon,
Clt Accepts SuLway Plans. Cam
lililgs. Mass.. April 2. Tho cltj,
thimuh .Mayor Waidwell, foimally ue
ceplel ludis tho plans Tor 11 now nub.
way In bo built by tho u(is,tnu olovated
load fiom Charles river to Harvard
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.Hlank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc. manufactured by tho Bulletin
Soa Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyco
Motor. $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
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