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BvENlNO DPLLETW, HONOLULU, ,T. It., FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1909.
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Pacific Third Degree.
Honolulu Commnndery Red
All visiting members of the
Order lire cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
UABMOHY IODOE, No. a, I. 0. 0. F.
Metta .ivory Sionday evening At
T:30 la I. O. O. T Hall, l'ort Street.
K. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
r. D. WICKL', N. 0.
All visiting brother very cordlall)
OAHU LODGE. Ho. 1, K. c F
Meets, ovvry first and third Frl
Jay ovenlng nt 7:30 In K. ot I'. Hall,
corner Fort nnd Ucretnulu. Vltttloc
orolbais coidl.i'ily Invited to attend.
r. u. nl'(h:nt, o. c.
U. GOSLING. K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. V. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIC. 11. 1'. 0.
Elks, meets In their liall, on King
Street, near l'ort, every Friday oveL
lug. Visiting Ilrothcrs are cordially
Invited to attend.
L A. UorrillTT, K. 11.
II. C. I-: ASTON, Scc'y.
97m, M'XIKLEY IODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
nculug at 7:30 o'clock lu K. ot 1'.
Hall, cor. l'ort and Ilcretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
tend. P. M. JIcGREW, C. C.
13. A. JACOHS13N, K. It. S.
',. .HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKD
V NESDAY evenings ot each month at
( 7:30 o'clock In K. of I. H.vll, cornet
Berctanla anil Tort streets. ,
Visiting Eagles are Invited to it
tend. W. M. MrCOY, W.. Prest.
11. T. UUO!U3. Socy.
BAYAUAH TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days ot each month at Knlghta of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dally Invited to attend,
GHO. SANDERSON. Sachem.
i:. V. TODD, C. of II.
Can be mnilc to last
longer nnd keep nio.'c
correct time if prop
erly attended to at
reRulnr inten'als by a
rami who thoroughly
Come nnd sec us
J. A. R. Vieira A Co.
115 Hotel St.
At All Watchdcalers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORI and KINO Sts.. Honolulu.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
If v ' BOOKS n n n v s
. iti.tt ....,. -. " "
El t WAJiJJ. niuuiJLa UUiU'ANY, LTD.,
ion ana Merchant Sts.
0. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS nnd FAMILY
RP- DULLCTIN ADS PAY
We are In line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind you,
lehnlmrdt's Candies always
King and Fort SU.
'Alice UsitP Wnnnaril
1IIIJJ HUIW IT UUIIUIII
1141 Fort Street.
Stamping, Embroidery ind No
tions. Shirtwaists, Gloves and Un
derwear. Orders taken for all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 387.
The latest styles in BARRETTES
end COMBS jast arrived.
Fort and Bcrctania Sts.
The smallest, most powerful Fire
Extinguisher on the market.' Just
the thing for automobiles. 0. W.
Macfarlanc, Apt., Masonio Bldg.
NOW LEADS ALL OTHERS.
Writing in sight, soeed un
equalled, light nnd durable;
easy handle pull; automatio
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
Will do it
ALL HAND WORK.
Think of the saving in wear on
J. Abadie, Prop.
New SUMMER OUTINO HAT at
BOSTON BUILDINO. FORT BTREET.
We have a nice assortment
in fine quality ot leather.
' Our prices are very reasona
ble. Before you buy a hand
bag be sure to see ours.
Oat & Mossman,
Merchant St., near Postqffice.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
Mrs. E. M.TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS.
Complete repair eauinment lust
received from the factory.
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO., LTD.
Hotel Street, 0pp. Union.
TAPAS, BASKETS,, MATS.
Hotel near Fort.
LOCAL 1ND iENEKAL
Twelve hundred sheets of good
paper for twenty-five cents at the
Bulletin office. ' i
Ten food auto-backs. Phone 6.
Take your carriage or nutomobltc
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., Mi
Upto-datb repairs. ' "
Intor-lsland ami O. R. & L. shipping
books for sale sit tbo Du lie tin
office, El) each. ' '
Kckuyo, n wahlno, was bound over
to appear tomorrow op n chargo qf
vagrancy. Attorney petcra appeared
for her f i ,
I'coplo going to the mainland for
their vacation should take Hawaiian
preserves to their frlendp. Sea Mrs.
Kcarns about It. i ,
Tho Anchor Saloon Is now under
management of Monty Montgomery.
Joe Merwln.etlll remains as sky pilot.
Call and see them.
'Jacob -81ms has lieon arrested on n
chargo of assault and battery. Ho was
released on ball to appear tomorrow
morning heforo Judge Andrade. i
Japanese Cpnsul General Uyeno will
probably go to Hawaii two weeks
houce. While on that Island, he will
inspect tho labor condition .In, plntitn
lion camps. "
Naknmolo Sclchl, tho Jnpancsc who
robbed n fellow countryman of a lot
ot goods valued nt avor f 30. wan sen
tenced to nine months on tho rect this
morning by .In Igo Andrade.
Walwnlc!o Knalaa was fined 115
with S3 costs by Judgo Andrndo this
morning. Tho case aroso through thq
accused taking tho law Into his own
handB. when angry, nnd thrashing u
Ilcrl Lechman was gathered lu this
afternoon on a charge of imbibing too
freely. Ho looked the pari when de
posited In a cell, and possibly will havo
a head tomorrow morning when ho
(aces tho court.
Collections for water nro pouring
Into tho office of Publlo Works dally
nnd keeping tho clorks very busy,
hut tlicro are still many to come, and
It Is llref.fl in nritar In rnrllltntA thn
I Work nt tho nnri Ihnf nvnrvlin.1v
hurry In their monoy.
Wnl K. Hathburu, who was until re
cently connected with the road depart
ment, has been appointed as head over
seer of tho fCnhuku ranch. He will go
down to tho country next i'aturda m
look after tho ranch. Itatliburn was
onco manager of that ranch
Articles of liKorpouitlon wore filed
this morning by thn Honolulu Ath
letic rark, Ltd. Tho capital stock.
Is 15,000, divided Into fifty shares ot
100 each. The .Incorporators are
W. V. Harris, K. A. Douthltt,
Charles O. Hartlctt, Fred Harrison
and A. II .Clear.
At 7:30 o'clock tonight, tho Kame
hamclui Alumni Association will hold
a mcoting lu its club houso on Port
street. Tho officers especially request
all tho members, and tho former stu
dents ot Kamchamcha School to bo
present and toko part In tho discussion
of due of tho most Important subjects,
wnicli win brought up.
TWO MORE DISMISSED
Yamada and Hlgashl, imIctcd for
riot with the other eleven by tno Ter
ritorial Grand Jury, who aic on ttlal
heforo Judge floblnson In the Circuit
Court, wero released today, leaving
but ten defendants, Negatn having
been dismissed yesterday on account
of his physical condition.
As tho Identification by E. M. So
vlllo and the SplHncm of tho last two
named haa not been specific enough fo
warrant Including them In tho Indict
ment longer, and to reduce tho compli
cations in tho case, tho iironociitlon
nnd tho Judgo decided to dismiss Ya
mada and Hlgashl. In practically all
of tho other cases, tho Identification
nas uecn complcto, connecting tho
men with tho dlsltirbanco at Walnahn
OF THE FOURTH.
No pains arc being snared to mako
the patriotic service In Central Un
ion Church a credit to tho city and
nn Inspiration to all our American
citizens. Dr. Thomas E. Green nnn
of Chicago's great speakers, has
Kindly consented to deliver his ora
tion on "Tho Red, Whlto and Uluo."
It will bo n memorable speech, lie
will not repent it "on Monday, but
will bo heard on another topic then.
Tho music, undor thq direction of
Stanley Livingston, will albo bo a
mailied featuro of the service. Spe
cial Invitations havo been sent to
tho ofllccro ot tho naval station, at
Schoflcld Uarracks atid Kort Shaftor.
Governor Walter V. Krenr will pro
sldo and platform seats will bo rp
scrved for Captain Itees, Colonel
Schuyler, Majors Dunning and Long.
The public Is cordially Invited.
We cater to the men who want
good clothes- well made and with
W; W. Ahrma fc Co.
02 S, King St. No Branches.
ry t WE ADVERTIZE WHAT WE
sBc 7aLw ' iv " iV 1 m
IT, AND DO IT RIGHT. PHONE YOUR BAGQAGE, AND FURNITURE
MOVING ORDERS Tb'UB 1 ;l , T j , , t iii
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
JAS. H: LOVE.
t1 i !!
SAN PRAKCISCO, July I.- Pnrty Spanish fninllleH heie, elalmlng
themselves to bo destitute, have been given the choice nt returning to
Honolulu or of being deported to their native land.
i ' ' i i m
Killed By East Indian
"LONDON, July 1. Sir Wllllnm Hutt Cureon Wyllln nnd Dr. I.nllc
acnj of Shanghiil, weio assassinated hero today while In attendance nl
tho meeting of thn Kant Indian Btudents nt the Imperial liiHtllulc. The
nssassin was an Knst Indian.
Sir William Hull Cureon Wylllo, Lieutenant Colonel, was political
A. D. C. to tho Secretary of Stnto for India since I Dot. He served with
distinction In the Afghan campaign In lb79, being present nt the lellct
of Candnhnr. Ho was, nftcr retirement, secretary In the (lovcrmir nt
Madras nnd held other Important poets In India. Ho was sixty-one. jears
MESSINA AGAIN SHAKEN
MICS8INA, July 1. Continued enrthnunko shocks were felt hero
throughout tho day today, twenty-three distinct quakes being rci'oided.
The Jnhnbltnnts nre terrified. Twonty-flvo thousand nro camping out
In the open, afraid nt remaining near any building which might be top
pled over on them.
WASIIINOTON, July 1. Orvlllo Wright .iiindo .tlueo .mircewifiil
flights with his aeroplane today, his feat being wntched by thousand 'if
WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE CONVENTION.
Si:ATTI.i:. duly 1. The National
which many delegates arc present, was
A Wcstcrmayor piano In good condi
tion to bu sold nt a icasonablo price.
8ee classified ad.
Miss May Johnson Is now the ngent
for tho Siuillury Steam l-a)iinlry, and
will receive all orders nt her curio
store, Hotel and Union streets.
If you rro looking for a Iioiifo to
rent or for somo good bargains in real
estate, consult advertisement of Wat
orhouso Trust Co, In this Issue.
Largo packages of silverware ami
other valuables may bo left in tho safe
(lc)ioslt vault of Illshop Trust Co. whllo
you lire spending jour vacation out ot
"E. & W." nnd "Star" shirts In tho
latest styles and materials at Sllvn's
Toggery. Theso makes nro always
called for by the men who know qual
ity. Get In lino. .
Complcto llnu ot shoes for sports
men, Including baseball, football, ten
nis, running, golfing and hunting
shoes. Dig new stock and ull at Now
York prices. Regal Shoo Store.
Tho best wood and coal for house
hold tiso aro to bo found nt Union
Pacific Transfer Co. Phono 58. A
puclalty Ik mado nt theso two com
modities. Orders filled promptly.
Tho reason why "tho Regal Shoe
Storo Is doing tho largest shoo bus!
ncBs In tho city Is because they uro
offorlng tho best goods nt tho lowest
prlccB. Regals uro sold In Honolulu
at tho somo prices as In Now York.
Owners of heavy drnys and light de
livery wagons Bhoulil not los't sight of
tho fact that W. W. Wright Co., Ltd.,
6011th and King streets, "aro In 11 posi
tion to make repairs with tho least de
lay possible wjth good workmanship.
Tho men who succeed In advertising
aro tho men who uso largo spaco. if
you nro doing nuwspapor advertising
no 11 on a largo scalo ir you havo uny
thing to say. Tho Chas. It. Frailer Co,
Iibb conducted many n successful ad
vertising campaign, Their .ervlccB
aro at your disposal.
A pretty private marriage ceremony
was celobratcd at tho Methodist
Church Wednesday evening, Juno 30.
Rov. J, W.Wndmnn, tho pastor, officiat
ed nnd the happy couplo united wero
Allco I)lalsdell and Rllshn Andrewp,
both of Honolulu. A few Immcdlnin
relating witnessed tho ceremony. ,
MT BULLETIN AD3 PAY )
Back Of Go Home
Woman's Suffrago Convention, nt
formally opened today.
Major K. Evclcth Wlnslow. C. B.,
U. S. A., lu his iiuniial report to
Washington, gives tho following
quantity of shipping us having pass
ed tliiniigh this port during I lu- jear
Hhlpplng between this port nlid
mainland ami foreign pints was
000,000 tons; value; S! 1,562,810.
Iletwccn this nnd other Island ports,
320.0CO tons: value. J22,fiftO.(lOO.
LEAL MAY GO TO
' SEATTLE FOR MAN
It Is possible that Chief of Detectives
I.011I may go In Seattle to bring back
11 man who Is wanted for forgery.
Nothing defliilto Is known so fai hut
as tho mini who defrauded Captain
Castper some tlmo ago with n forged
cIl,.J, . .,.,.,,. ,....,, , ...., u
piohnblo (hat cither Leal or one of lili;
men will go tu the exposition city.
It appears Hint thn man approached
Cnplnln Centner with tho request that
hu enilurs'j 11 check 011 n Senttln bank
for him. The ciptaln did so but thu
check on inosculation at tho bank
was 1 etui lied lis u forgery.
Tho limn lu the meaiillmo look n
steamer for tho coast mid vwis not
heard ot till arrested,
SENT TO WAIAIEE
Kiipuna, tho jouthrul burglar, was
found once nioro by Joo Leal and on
11.1 . . . . I
mis occasion wnB iiinught In In tlmo
10 appear noroio tliu juvennn emu I.
After being simleueed in tho Itofnrm
School ut Walaleo, thu child was taken
down In Fred Weed's oflleo In nw.ilt
IiIb dopartiiro hy this nftufnoon's train.
Tho boy does not beem tn 1 calico tho
position ho Is In nnd In fact, seems to
bo hair nn Idiot. II In mother Is al
most hiHiiin and tho lad eeilaluly
takes ufler hen.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, July 2.
I YOK'OIIAMA Sailed July 2i
S. S. Teli n Main for'lloniiliilu.
VIC'TOIIIA Arrived Inly 2:
S. S. Aorniigt, henco Juno 21.
Thursday, July 1.
SAUNA CltUi! Amcil Juno 30:
H, 3. Virginian, finm Illlo, Jtinu 1(1,
Krotn Sail I'raiiclsco, per S. S. Ala
meda, July 2. Oeo, Allen, Chas. Has
tlnl, Mrs. Ilasslul, Miss Alleen llerg,
Mini A. C. Illncl:. Mr. J. M. Callow,
Miss 1). Callow, Miss 1'rnnccs Callow,
Miss Margaret Callow, Michael Cat
lo)V, Mrs. Eleanor Clark, Miss Ada
Clark, Miss Mnbcl Clark, Miss Ruth
Dickenson, E. M. Elntn, IJ. M. Klim,
Jr., Miss M. M. Klfert. .Manuel Ker
rlera, Mm. II. II. airfare). Mrs. M. (II
mica, Miss Josephine (llnncn, Miss S.
.1. Glchel, Wsh Hsirmhcrgcr, Miss
Grace llalhanuy, Miss M. II. Ilaw
llionc, Miss Suo Hem Icl, G. I). Hurst.
G. Earlo Kelly. Mrs. Kelly, C. R. King.
IMS. Lcland, Mrs. I.eljml, C. It. Loth
rop, .1. W. McCarthy, Mrs. McCarthj.
Miss Mcllinth, Miss Corn McKay, Paul
Muller, Thos. O'Connor, Mrs, O'Connor,
Miss l.ollta O'Connor, J. K. O'Connor.
T. C. O'Connor. Mltn Allco M. Olcsun
Mlsu I.. A. Pcluinon, W. E. Putnam.
Mrs. Putnam, C. A. Ileeil, Miss N, (I.
H ley, Miss 1). Rnvvnlil, Mrs. I-'. How-
aid, Miss E. Schoonoviir, It. P. Spill
ing, Mis. Spalding, Mrs. H. Sp.iuldlng,
J. II. Thompson. Miss M. Tuttlo. E.
Whitman, Jno. Williams, Mrs. Wll
I PAS3ENQCR3 DEPARTED i
Per sliur. W. (I. Hall. July 1. ft p. in.
Daisy Nnkapnahii, Miss II. Akan i
Ileatrlco Schiish, K. Lovell, Jr., I). S.
Marshall, Miss A. W. D.iw, Tram Is
Guy, Miss Meyler.
OWING TO THE sorloiH lllluess lit
Captalli Herbert of thu St. K.itherlnc
Unit vessel's plans am decidedly hazy.
Ciitiilu Herbcil has been In thu
(lueen's Hospital for ten iln stirrer
lug from kidney tiouhlu iiii-I It Is not
Unovii 011 the''veKse what her silling
plans are or anything icgaidlug hei
THE MASSACHUSETTS Is evled
to leave Honolulu Sumliiv nlghl fur
Port Allot., Kaliulul, llllo nu.l other
Island iKiils. When her sugar Is
loaded she will start for either Ne-v
Yoik or Philadelphia via tho Slr.iltii
Oceanic Vessel Biings
Still More Tourists
Five days mid nineteen hours was
tho tlmo lequlred by the O, S. S. Ala
meda to negotiate tho old rim tills
lilp. She carried 11 coiuparatlvel
heavy passenger list, moht or whom
aro tniirlilh either hero for thu first
tlmo, or paying tin annual visit tu
Theio were lil cabin passcngeis and
117 lu thu steerage mid 1170 tons of
general cargo will bo unloaded. One
bundled and one sacks of mall, repie
Bontlnr, but one da's accumulation lu
San Francisco, urilved on her.
S. A. Phelps, Ihu wlielesB operator,
who bmko tho win Id's leeord last
tilp for bn..lH on the tilp raino neuily
duplicating tho achievement this tlmo
Ho was for 11 short tlmo lu eomiiiiiiil.
ration with tho slnllon 1111 Capo Illanco.
Oregon, a distance of 2000 miles. The
lecord ho established was 2200 mllcti
between the steamships Alameda, the
t-ecoud nUht nut of Honolulu Inbound
und ll)i) Marlposn, nno day nut of Ta
hiti, Ho was lu ciiiiimuiilciilloii with
Honolulu fin co last Monday but fin
nil unaccountable leagou lost him I art
Mrs. J. M. Ciillow ninl her llnvo
daiighlers uulvoil nnd will conllnue
on tn" visit tho Rov. Mr. Wnlhmi m
Komi. E. M. Eliim, traveling for n
well known tolinrro houso, was also a
passenger, taking his sou with htm on
this trip. Other pastengeis know 11
heiu 1110 Mi. H. II. (ilfT-inl, It. P.
Spuuldlng nnd his wlfo, who win co to
Mr. Spauldlng's futhor's plantation 011
Kliunl; Thnnias O'Connor ami bin r,i..
illy, and olhois.
Lucket Goet to Capital. Vnllojo,
.Ii(iio 23. ninwlddii, Liiqkot, formerly
leading draftsman nt tho Union linn
Winks In San Kiiiiielso-), nnd for tho
laat four yearn nifsiant head drafts
mini on tho SI aro Inland, navy yard, has
resigned his position In accept n high
lilaco lu the war ilepaitineiit at Wash
Ington, Ilia iKi'ltlou horo pays t2,20u
per nnniim ami Is being encerlv
5 i w
a "5 r s" s
u o. ' s
1 A m A. vt p. m
l' I ft at' 11 ft Jt
I I'.MS II nv r. II 'J U7 ft '.-J
i m n I ui a I- v M ft --'
iioi-JI t 4V 7 -.Mai .-'-
.1 .17 21, 'i II SHill U ft 13
l :: a-.') ll il i.'i
i nas! I i '
Full moon July 3, nt 1: 10 n. m.
ilunuliali st.iuuaiu tlinu in 1U liuum
30 minutes slower tliun Greeiiwicli
lime, being that ot thi meridian of 1S7
legwes 30 minutes Tlo time vvhlstlu
blows nt 1:30 p. m., which Is the satin
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 uilimteu Him
and moon nro for local tluio tor tno
Thursilav. .lul.v I.
Sliur. W. (1, Hall, Tor Kau-il wils.
Ci niters Aso mid S0...1, fin llakid.ile
3 (i, in.
I'llday, .lulv 2.
Slmr. Mnuna La. for Kon.i ami K 111
polls, 12 noon,
! SaFlINQ TODAY f'
M. N. S H. Lilt Hue. Weeden, fur San
Fi:iui'l"ce, (', p in. ,
Stun. Ciatidlne, fur .Maul poits. S
' A.-tl. S S. Mlsi.0111l.111. fioiu Sail
Sliur. Maiimi Kea fiom llllo, a. m.
f SAIUNG TOMORROW J
Sliur. Miiuiri Kea, for II1I0 (spcel.il
excursion), I 1 . tu.
;" SAIL SATURDAY '
Stmr. Manna Kea. for llllo (special
eveurslon), 3:30 p. 111.
S. S. Hyades, It v. In. for Kaliulul.
If. S. S. SI. Louis, for Haiinn.
I PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per stmr. I.urllne, for San Franrhi
co, July ', C p. in. Miss Rno lleiv
bert, Mrs. Ilerlierl. Chas. Ileilieii. III.
lleibuit, Veinou Teiiue. , Mis Nimnan,
l.orna laiikoa, Wllheliulna Teniu'v.
Mra. E I). Tenney. t'hny. II. Alhertou
Hid daushler. K.-S. Iliinly. Mis. Ilaidy
ind ehlld. Miss A. (iatili. MIsh Toner.
Mrs. llowen. Miss Foltz, Carl Wolleis
ind fumily. Slbs Deis, .May llavwn.nl,
Miss Elizabeth Maltlsuu. Miss II.
Nieilliani, .Miss .Maxwell, J F. Sllode,
Mr. Dyer ami son, Miss (lurney, Miss
Kelncr. Miss Albright. Sirs. Ward, 2
Lord l.iij b, .Miss Grace .Smith child.
Mis, Slnry Guiin, SIlss A. W. Turkor.
Mrs. Tenipleman, .Mis. Deacon, .Mis.
Co. Miss M. L. Lucas, Sllss Deverlll.
Mis. Omstoil, Sirs. P. II. Angus,. Mis 1
Douglas. Helen Noith, Sllss llogi'is,
Hello McCorilston. Sllss Hoe. Sllss Ii
K. Ylctor, SIlis Woods, fl. Sussinaii
Genllt Wilder, Hairy Wilder. 1:. K
Arnold, Sir. Tenney's chaiirfeur, E.
Tselilml, Ed Wlrhmnii, T. Knv, Chrs.
II. SleNally, dipt. Howe, A. J. Ileud
rick. Per sliur. Clnullne, for sinul poils
and Hilii. July . jM .. 11. u iligHp
Mrs. I.oieuzcn. Sllss Dinlel. S. llhihi..
Joo niihaw, Albert Smith. Jno. chirk,
Miss von I.eggen, Lam a Chrlsteun'ii.
Miss English, Rachel Klknnii, llelmeca
Cnpp, P. K. Knniiwul. Chas. Ling, .1.
O'Drlen, L. Poates, llatney Jnv, Jim
Williams, Geo. Driins, Dudo Lemon.
Jno. Williams, En Sue, II. Chilling
worth W. Jordan, ('has. I.uc:in. .Ir,
Sam riilliiui;vv(irlh, David Slierwon,.
Miss Curre.1, Finnic Cnrien, It. Cliii
IliiKwniih. Hen Clark, Allied Smvihn,
Joo Rlchaids. 11, Y. Leo, II. T Akul,
Daisy Kinney, II, .M, p. Rose, I' mi
Schmidt; J. Ilapllsle. Alice Gieen. Miss
Hose, Miss N. Wlnno, Sirs. F Cooke,
Mrs. Anna I.ldgatu, Slits Won. Sirs M
Slonls. Sllss Alnuii, Sllss E. Aloua. II.
H- Pleiei V. L. Iloeik ami wire, ,Mi
Phlno l'leico, Sirs. S. i:, Kalania. Sllss
Carrie Clowes, Sllss II. Tajlor. Sllss II.
lo, Sllss II. Samuel. Slltu y,nuh Kn
lino, SIIsb l.lzjlo K.illuo Sllss M u
keo, Mlsu lJwight, Mb., . Dwlglit,
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
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Notlcu It, heieby given i,t Illiiiilii
Reef Llghl-veSMd No x:i rf
.Mendocino, California. wus r,,pUeed
oil her station June 21, nm, ,lnlf
Llght-vesttl No. 7ii. lemiMirailly neiik
lug the station, was then withdrawn
-o enango has bee ado lu jg,i.
venel No. S3 as to thn ,- ,
or hei lights, rug signals, or . sic-i-l
UN 0,-iler or the I.lulil house lloaid
Sea Wrens, tUOO
18-foot Motor launch with 4-Cyc,
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ire 0HABre8D.WAI.KKRS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kmj St. oup"c South St.
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