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EVENING nCl&ETIN, ItONOLPLtJ, T. 11 SATURDAY, MAY 1. 1060. .
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' Oceanic Stated.
Honolulu Commandcry Red
Pacific First Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order mo lordlully Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. O. V Hall, Fort Street.
U. It. IH3NDRY, Secrotury.
r u. wicicn, N. g.
All visiting brothers very cordially
0ATIU LODOE, No. 1. K. or Pj
Moots every llrst and third Frl
Jay o.utng at 7:30 in K. of 1'. Hall.
Ccioer Kc it and lloretunlu. Visiting
i-olhern cordially Invited to uttourt.
F. 11 N Ft! 13 NT. C. C.
It. GOSLING, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE C10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C10, II. 1. O.
Elk, uiccU In their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday even-In,-,.
Visiting IlioHicra nro tordlally
invited to am ml.
is. a. norm iTT. u. n.
il. C LASTON, See'y.
Wa. iTKINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
ileots overy 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening ot 7.30 o'clock In K. of V.
Hall, cor. Fort ant' llorctanla Visit
log brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. r. m. xiconnw. c. c.
E. A JACUIISI2N, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the '2nd and 4th WKD
. NKSOAY evenings ot each month at
7;30 o'clock la C. of I Hall, cornor
Derctntila and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to t
land. W. M McCOY. W., Prest.
II. T. MOOHi:. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TltlBENo. 1, 1. 0. II. K.
Meetc every flist and third Thurs
day of each month at Knights of
Pytblas Hall Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
GEO. S'.NDBRSON. Sachem.
K. V TODD. C. of R.
kv wji x intou auhaaxraaoirgBagm
The bc3t assortment ever i
shown in the city. STYLES y
nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY r'
Leave your order for a box f
? T.nlinlnrrlt'. P-tnilo Tpili
Comer Kinjj anil Fort Streets.
nmxiCTTw Ani n.w i th u uvn
(should be filel in the easiest
way under a system that is
the most convenient for ready
have been proved to be the
most service. '-!e.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Blank books of nil surt3, lodgers,
etc., manufactured by the Dullotln
We have all the lat
est and finest Station
ery, magazines, and pe.
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St near P. 0.
.With A Very Small Amount
Invested In One of Our
You Can Save A lot of
Time A Lot of Worry.
We Can Sell You One
Tliat Carries A Guarantee,
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG E0TEL
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY. LTD.,
Fort and Merchant 8U.
None better ever made titan
jou get at the
HOTEL NEAR UNION
HENRY MAY & CO.. LTD.,
Fort St. Phone 22.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING.
liuce: Honolulu Painting. Co.', 221
Kins St.; P. 0. Box 914.
BAKED PORK AND BEANS
BOSTON BROWN BREAD
Leave Orders A Day in Advance
1129Jort St PhoneJ97.
Attorney General llemenway Is
now ulsn the Territorial Treasurer,
lie having been appointed yesterday
afternoon by Governor Frcar to act
In that capacity until the appoint
ment of a real Treasurer shall havo
been made The temporary appoint
ment was made bernuso it' Is neces
sary, for tho transaction of certain
business, to linvo somo (inn with the
title of Treasurer, the doputy being
unable to net on some occasions.
Nothing now In the situation has
dov eloped, and as the Governor has
gono to Maul for several days, It Is
not probable that -any appointment
will bo announced for some time.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ol
the news of the day.
Jjpy BULLETIN ADS PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin is selling a school
scratch-pad of 200 sheets for 5 cents;
six for a quarter. ,
Ten good auto-hacks. Phono C.
Al, Tliurlow of the Royal Annex
serves the finest meals In town.
Mr. and .Mrs. John Hind nro In town,
having arrived this morning In the
I you are looking tor any ot your
friends go to iho "Two Jacks" and
jou'U find them.
rr J. II. Raymond of Wnlluku, Maul,
was an arrival this morning on the
Inter-Island and O. R. & L. shipping
books for salo at tho Dullotln
oQlce, SO each.
George II. Robertson, manager of O.
llrener & Co., tvtumed thin morning
from the other inlands.
V. T. Rawlins. United Ktutos Assist
ant District Attorney, leturned this
morning In the Manna Kea.
Captain I.oielizen, the pilot, and
Mrs. I.oretisen, came back from their
vacntlun, at riving in the .Manna Kea
Ooat your Iron roofs lth "Arabic."
You Kill be surprised at Its cooling
nnd preservative properties California
Feed Co., agents.
A petition was filed In the Supreme
Court this morning by the plnlntirf In'
tho case of W. V lllerce. Ltd.. vs. the
Wittoihriuso Trust Co., for a rehearing
Claudius II. McIJrldo will seek rec
reation on Maul after his onetous
duties during the legislative sen-dun,
he having beou granted 'n vacation.
The suit of Mrs. Ktminnaoiilii s.
Representative Kniflan'nultt 'for 'money
for the maintenance df their three chil
dren was argued before Judge Robin
son this morning.
Suug Chong, who Is alleged to havo
treated his horco In a very cruel man
ner at Koolau, Is on tho blotter at the
pollco station on a charge or cruelty
to animals; his case was 'put out till
Superintendent Marston Campbell
Mates that nftcr July 1 Mr. Hromley.
now Superintendent of Water Works,
will tako n place at iho Deretanln
street pumping station, wllh 'the tltlo
or Senior 'Engineer.
K. La Valley, tho man who played
tho confidence trick on a small boy
)esterday, with rcferenco to a ten-dol
lar gold plcco was awarded ninety
days' Imprisonment and. n 'charge of
$1.40 for costs, by Julge Andrado this
Fuji Imbibed enotiKh Hake lb make
him feel real good, mid was Just start
ing out to havo tho tluio of hlit llfo
when a hard-hearted anil filtit-lianded
cop took him In charge. Fuji dlig up a
flno of 4, with cost $1.10 thlH morning
nt the I'ollco Court.
Manuel Perry was given five days'
Jail this morning for contempt of court.
It nppcars that Manuol wns told to ap
pear in court yesterday, but failed to
do so. He wbr brought 'in on n war
rant today and Judge Andrnde attend
ed to his business to tho satisfaction
Of ocrybody excepting Manuel.
A K. Vlerra. the popular baseball
magnato, slipped away quietly this
morning and got married. The mat
ter was kept very dark by A. K but
thete llttlo affairs have n way of be
coming known, and consequently tho
Military League president Is being
congratulated and chaffed a lot this
Tho bride, whose nnmo was Miss
Jessie Souza, Is a well-known nnd
charming girl. The ceromony wns
performed by tho Reverend Father
Stephen nt tho Catholic Cathedral,
and .Mr. Vlerra then returned to his
duties at Wall, Nichols1.
(Continued from Pass 1)
of the medico, who, hy tho way, Is
a captain or the National Guards.
On meeting the mllltury officer nt tho
lalter's offico, iho editor nsked lilm
whother It wns truo Hint ho Jiad cir
culated certain libellous comments
concerning his honor as a Journalist
of no mean repute. The defiant mlll
tury doctor replied In tho atTlrmatlve,
and, quicker than a Hash, tho mighty
right arm of tho editor enmo In con
tact with the forehead or the doctor.
The editor gently removed tho lal
ter's glasses and then commenced
pushing right nnd lefts in such rap
id succession that for n while tho
assailed must have Imagined he was
In the orbit of Mars. No quarter was
given and the editor only Bloppcd
vvhen his wrist, In somo unforeseen
nnd unexpected manner, became dis
abled. Whllo the attack was somewhat
violent, nnd soemed offectlvo, no
blood was drawn, and the bout may
be considered u draw.
for Summer Suits. We have a splen
did lot of cloth. Let us make you a
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 King St
Tornadoes In South
ATLANTA, Ga , April 30 -A series of lornndfaeK In different sec
tions of the South today lias vlped out a score of towns.
Seventy-live persons nre among tho known dead and the property
damngo will run into the millions
The telegraph wltes through ut a large part of Hie Southern Stales
nro down and only meager icports of the damage lesultlng fitim tho
windstorms havo been rerelved.
NEW CUSTOMS COURT
WASHINGTON. I) (' . Apt II 110. An amendment to the law govern
ing tho t'ustoms has been fnvoinbly reported In tho Senate by the fi
nance Committee. The amendment provides for the establishment of a
Federal Court of Ctislumi Appealp, lo be composed of a Presiding Judf,o
and four Associate .lusllees.
HOLLAND'S PRINCESS CAUSES JOY
Till-: HAGt'i:, April 30 - The
wild enthusiasm over the news of
family, providing an heir to the throne.
TURKEY'S NEW CABINET
CONSTANTINO!1!,!:, Turkey. April 30 - Tewllk Pnsha has flinlly
succeeded In forming a new Cabinet.
order thioughout the province.
A Hlilnll furnlghi it riill:lLi eeiltt'tiltv
located. Is wanted Addr. ss "K ." UiU
A furnished Ikiii.t at Waiklkl In for
rent. See Ihv Wulei hoil e Till I Co.
Tho Palm (!nfe. on Hotel tttreet. near
Union, mnuufuctuieH c.ind) ever) da,
consequently what ou g't thcto Is
MIsh Power tu Hlumliie: n beautiful
lino of tnllllnelv fm- nil iieeantoiia fit
her millinery pniloiH, llostnn building.
A Rlieclal meetlnir of the ltieMibeiK of
tho Honolulu Library and Reading
Uoom Association will lie held on May
C, 1909. Seo mil lee. x
Slinnvslilii Milk l Oral In niiilltv
Ilavor, purity and favor It Is the best
milk you can gf al a lettfitk'ibl.v low
price. Abk jour grocer for It.
Phone in yum older for co.l We
deliver the llni'iu stove coal to anv
uddress in the ell.v at light pi Its
Honolulu Coustriietlou and Dray ug
Co., Ltd. Pliotii. :'St.
Sneclal ntlenllnn tx eillcit lo ihr. Mil
of G. L. Lenord. as tho eltv wan In
need of anotlur good tipuwiller re
pair shop, and In should receive the
support of the business people.
People, nil nv r jlui world recognize
the dlffelellee between Itnlnler nml nil
other beers. They drink Rainier In
preference because of this difference.
uruor a cao itonrnny wholesaler.
The Alexander Ynnnir f'af., rrimlilim.
ifon lunch and dinner me becoming
vi'ry popular To nccommo.la:3 Its pat
rons, the management now herve n
combination breakfast equally miod.
vvhen Mill nro ordering kiiiIii wiiii.p
get that which has n reputation for
quality in wis icspect that made by
the Consolidated ficnla Wnii-,1 Wnrlu
Co., Ltd . will satisfy you Telephone
We have a snlendlil linn nf iinnim
nnd cotton duck for summer hiiIIh.
Fort St., opposite W. G. Irwin & Co.
Theo. H. Davies &; Co.,
placid Dutch nonulntlon h showing
tho birth of a daughter In tho Rojal
The new government Is rchtotlug
They make the nattiest and most com
loitnble suls for warm weather. W.
W. Abulia Co., (12 King street, phono
Deglnnliig neut Monday morning,
there will lie a big clearance sale of
wash materials nt the N. H. rfaclm Dry
Goods Co., Fort and Here! inn slneii.
Sweeping reductions In evciy line. See
When jou have n letter In be ilelli--ered
ou fe I better If It H In the
hands of a boy In whom you have con
Alienee. The Teirltorlal Messenger
Sol Vice, phone 301. has that character
Several nriests have been made hy
the Federal titithoiltlcH. all for viola
tions of the family laws. Fulled
Stntes Deputy Mnirhal Irwin has ic-
tuined from 1 1 Mo. bringing with lilni
Nlshlsaka Fusakldil, who Is charged
with adultery. Deputy llrtins ulso
leturned from Illlo on the same
Deputy Marshal Holt came back
fiotn Maul with a Japanese prisoner
named lllgashl, who Is charged with
the crime of importing nnd harbir
Ing women for Immoral purposes.
Two Japanese, Makino and Tsuchlya,
both of Honolulu, have been arrested
on n similar eluu;;e.
The efTorls of the Fulled States ail
tlioilllcH ul present nre being largely
devoted lo breaking up tho practice
or Importing Japanese women, nnd
most of the arrests during the past
few months Have been on charges of
violation of tho Federal statute re
lating to this crime.
Miss Rertlemnun has been appointed
stenographer in tho land oniro, to ft 11
the vacancy caused by the resignation
of tho former stenographer, who was
MIks Hilda Robertson nnd who Is now
Tho enso against Mlnnlo Weir,
charged with assault and bit lory, was
dismissed thin morning nt Iho Police
We make deliveries of the finest
stove coal to any addrets in the city.
Our prices and service are right.
,and Draying Co.
M. E. SILVA
Undertaker and Embalmer
All businew entrusted in my care will receive
prompt and polite attention. I have a parlor
where funeral servicts can be held or bodies kept
1120 FORT ST. P. 0. BOX 529.
PHONE 179. NIGHT CALL 1014.
UT Is Comins'
so get you a good
and be prepared for it.
j. .(. -i
J IN FOREION PORTS ll j ARRIVED (
Saturday, May 1.
SAN FRANCISCO- Sailed May I.
S. S. lCiKeipilse, f(.r Illlo.
TACOM A Sailed May 1:
Bchr. Ilalboa, for Honolulu,
I WATERFRONT NOTES 1
l'tJRSHR PHILLIPS of the Mauna
Kea, whit li nrrlved this morning, re
pt.tts the following sugar awaiting
shipment on llnvvall: Olaa, HS.C2I;
Wnlnl.cn, 6000; Hawaii Mill, C700;
VA'iilnnku, 1000; Onomca, 13,800;
Pcpeekco, 11.300; llonotmi, 11,400;
llnknlnu, ll.l'ii;; Laup.iliochoe,
cleaned out; Ooknlu, OOOii; Kuknlau,
i. 1423, I). II.'OI; Hamakiia, 7 ()(;
lMiiuhait, 3500; Honokaa, 13,rIIO;
Kuktilliaele, 0000; IMintililii, 0730;
Till: L1TTLIJ steamer Mokolll of the
Miller Salvage Company will go to the
other ride of the Island today. She Is
docking at the llnckfeld wharf, where
,lie Is loading freight for Koolau pnitH
She will leave al 3 o'clock. Klien Low.
the president of the company, may go
along on her.
Tin: KlMAF. arriving this morning
from Kauai, brought tin. following
cargo: IS.nno hags iiugar, 13 etntes
rneoanut plants, 7 empty nnituonla
diums, -'i b.igs coco.nuuiH nnd 21 pack
PHRSCR GRlTlli: of the Kl'i'iu.
which nnived this liiortilug. niiorlK
that the S. S. Mlssouilaii was budiiu
i.ugar nt Port Allen.
Till: KINAI1. arriving from Kntial
this morning, btoughl a good load ot
freight, besides u small list of paxscu
Till: STKAMF.lt Mauna Kea unlvo.l
eail.v this iiiornlng from Illlo nnd way
WILL VENIIUIZEN BE
Rumor has It Hint J Vcuhiilzeu
will bo named a S.inltarv nnd
Plumbing Inspector for Honolulu.
The law passed by Iho Into Lcglsla
lute, turning the vvoik over to tho
City nnd County, puts it up to Mayor
Fern to name lomenue lo take
charge of the depattmeut.
It Is not (onsldereil likely that
Mayor Fern will name anyone until
ho Is ussiired that tho man will be
arroptnblo to President Mutt-Smith
or the Hoard of Health, us that ufli
cl.il will, of necessity, i-omo Into con
tact with the Sanitary and Plumbing
Inspector to a considerable extent. It
IS believed that VenliuLou would be
acceptable all round, however.
Thero Is talk anions the people of
tho Portuguese colony of calling u
mass meeting to proteit ngulust tho
nrltclo publirhed in Hie morning paper
referring lo (ho Portuguese and their
nation In it most scurrilous manner.
Portuguese hsk why It Is that tho Por
tuguese aie defamed If Hity nre waul
ed for settlers. On the other hand it
is believed that It is dono Intentionally
In order to illrrredlt tho movement
for F.iiropcuu Immigration, which Iho
morning paper ,has consistently op
posed. MARY ATC'HKRLHY
Mary Atcherloy today filed a bill
for an Injunction ugalnst Sheriff
Jurrett nnd A. N. Campbell, trustee,
to l entrain him fioni Kclllng under
execution the land held by Lewers &
Cooke nnil which Iho Supremo Court
has decided belongs to Mrs. Alchcr
ley. She utsn nskn tiiat the writ ot
execution bo set nslilo to far as any
levy upon nnd the sfllo of tho real
property to satisfy tho Judgment.
Tho land Is In tho possession 'of
Lewers & Cooke. Recently n decree
wns entered In tho Supremo Court
declaring that they had no title In
Iho land, hut Lowers & Cooke havo
appealed tho rase to Washington.
W F Williams, Jr., was mauled lo
Miss Lilly lleasely this forenoon. The
wedding took place at Puuahnu.
This oveulug ut tho Kllohnna Alt
I.enguo rooms, fiom S to 10, a recep
tion will liu given In honor of Mlbs
Julia C. Uniery, general secictary of
the Woman's Auxiliary of tho L'plscop.
ul church. A cordial Invitation Is ex
tended to all members of tho chinch
and all the peoplo of Honolulu who are
Interested In missionary offoit, to come
and meet (his distinguished mission
An automobile. In charge of a lic
ensed chauffeur who was In an Intoxl
cited condition drove nil over town
Inst night and early this morning. It
was n mli.ule haw ho escape 1 collid
ing with some of the many pedoetiians
whom ho curouuterel in his 'travuls.
I This sort or thill'.? should bo stopped,
in people havo enough litihle dodging
, sober drivers without glowing gray
I headed skipping out of tho Way of
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Friday. April 30.
Stmt Ko An Hon, Sachs, from
Kauai, 5:20 a. in.
Hlinr. Ilclenc, Nelson, from Hawaii,
2 p. m.
Saturday, May 1.
P. M. 8. S. Asia, Gnukroger, from
San Francisco, 7:30 n. m.
Stmt-. Milium Kea, Ficcmnn, from
Illlo and way ports, 0:10 a. in.
Stmr. Klnau, Uregoiy, fiom Kauai,
4:21 it. m,
Ilk. Alden Hesse, Denny, from Illlo,
10:30 n. in.
Aux. Srlir. Flaurcnco Wnrd, Plllr,
rrom Midway, 0:30 a. in.
Filday, April 30.
Stmr. Claiiillue, Bennett, for Maul
and Hawaii, 0:10 p. 111.
Htmr. 1. Ikelike, Nnopala, for Kauat,
5 p. III.
Stmr, Noeau, Plllz, for Kauai, t": 10
Stmr. Ko An Hon, Sachs, for Kauai,
o.ln p. in.
S. H. Asia, Gaukrogqr, for .lap in,
I p. m.
Stmr. Mokolll, for Koolau ports. 2
j PAS8ENGER8 ARRIVED
Per S. S. Asia, Gnukroger, from San
l'iaii(Uei) S.ltl a. in.. May 1. F.v Ho
nolulu: II. G. Iluriows, Mrs. II. G l.Me
rn'.vi,, Chan. D. Ford. For Yokohama:
Miss Harriet S. Ailing. Mrs. Grneu Van
Huron, Dr. Dloderu Sanchez, Rev.
Hiuiio Waguet. II. Ohta, Mlsii llatllii
Dale, Dr. Jim Hlioso. For Kobe: Miss
Meilha S. Schiclbcr, Mrs. II. S. Wheel-
r. Hlieiman Wheeler, Carson Wheel
r. II. S. Wheeler, Wmren Wheele..
For Khiiiighnl. IMgar Pleice Allen, Re.
F F. Knickerbocker, 1.'. G. Ilevls. Mis..
Until Ilevls, Mrs. II. It, Stngga, Mm,
Kdeir Pleice Allen, Mrs. K. P. Knlek
eiboeker. Mrs. H. 0. Rev Is nnd In
fant John Iloundlree, Miss Kdllh
Stnggs, Miss Roberta Whltlock. A. M.
IliiliKvIn, Wiley Leach, Master Wilson
Ilevls, A. W. Gregory, Mrs. Lorrle WIN
son. For Hongkong: Dr. It. C. Grose,
Peter Telchen. Der Woey Sing. Mrs. It.
(!. Oi'iNe. Master A. It. Sheppoid. Sou
Hon Yuen On, A. Hang, Chin Yokv.
From Manila: Frank C. Rasrom, WIN
Ham Mor.m, Joso X. Rurges, dipt. .1.
W. Slnimle. Mrs. West O. Smith mil
infantry. C. Goodrollow, J. Webber, A.
P. Renlt7., .Mrs, William Mornn." Fder
crlcK R. Nixon, Mrs. J. W. Slmmln.
Master Dell Smith, J. W, Miller. Mis.
J. Webber, Mrs. A. I1, llenltz. Miss
Lola Mornn, J. I). Rlppel, Miss M. K.
Sltnmle, Kdward !'. l'lillcr, Mrs. J. W.
Per Rtmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman,
from Illlo and way ports, C: 10 a. mT
May !. X. Wheeler, Mrs. Wheeler.
H. W. Whiting, Miss M. lllrncy, Mrs.
Illrney, It. Ivors, Jns. Webster, Geo.
Chalmers, L, I). Larsori. T. W. Knn-
dilcks, L. H. IlughcB, R. L. Huglies.
nay irvvin, w. T. Rawlins, N. Jncob.i.
Mr3. Jacobs, Mrs. M. llredo, C. H.
King. A. Ahlenn, lllshop Grcbert, ..
Ricks, Miss M. Jninleson, DeaconosH
Potter, R. W. Weston, J. K. Nnkoo
koo, (Jco. Hwamoto, Father Max I lie.
II. W. Mist, Mrs. A. C. Furls, Mrs. A.
Rosa and two children, Jno. Hind,
Mrs. Hind, F. Orecnwell, J. H. Wall,
II. Kiihim, Tang Lee, dipt. Uirenzeu.
Mrs. Uironzen, J. p. Cooke, Mrs.
Cooke, Geo, II. Robertson. .1. L. Coke.
Jns. Scott, II. Holt, Dr. J. II. Ray-
inond. C. Ciowell, M. Feltelrn, Mis.
Rookrnrd, HiiJaBhl, Mrs. HIJashI, Rev.
II. It. Poepoo, Mis. Klawo nnd son.
Per stmr. Klnau, from Kauai. .May 1.
II. P. Wood and wife. W. Fisher and
wife. F. C. Mncv. K. Murlin a l i.i.i.
say, Miss It. Antone, J. D. White ainK
wife, Maxtor Willie. 11. Hollch. W.
Schleher. J. A. Hogg. Mrs. Thoverhi
and I deck.
Per Aux. Schr. Flaurcnco V.'nrd.
fioni Midway, May 1. Mr. Colly, Dr.
Hunt, Mr. Wnrd, Mr. Cox.
I PASSENGERS BOOKED
. Per M. N. 8. S. Lurlino, for San
Fianclsco, Mny L Miss V. Allen Mm
I II. Atherlnu. MIsh Kale Athertnn
Mrs. J. (!. Axtcll. Mrs. W. H. Ilnbbltt.
F.IUabclh Dabbllt, Miss K. Ilach. J. A.
Ilalch, Miss II. J. Ilrleiley, A. "A.
Ilrown. Miss Marv N. Carter, n p
Castlo, Mrs, Castle, Dorothy Castle.
.hiss Aiargnrot Cas e. Warner IikmII.
Miss M. nnxman, 13. C. Howell, Mi-s.
noweii ami child. .Mrs. It. W. Howllt.
Miss M. M. Howllt, Jos. Hay, Mrs.
Hay. Geo. Ivltioirel una wir,. r.... i
" "-o- . "..U, ...,p, ,.
latwieiico. Miss K. laiwrenco. Mrs. R.
I. I.Illlo, Ralph Morton, Mrs. Mar
chnn.l, M'. Phillips. W. T. Popo, Mlsi
Ilaiigor, Mrs. J. O, Hothwoll. Miss Thel
ma Rolhwell, Mis. J. A. Smith Leo .1.
Sturgls, Mrs. W. A. Taylor. Norman
Wnlklns nnd wlfu. Loulso Wntklus.
Hilda Wntklus. Mr. nnd Mrs. MoKon.
drle, J. W. Robortson,
Sea Wrons, $10.0
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyci
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND .MACHINE WORKS
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