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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., THUnSDAY, JULY 8, 1901.
f I MASON
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Honolulu Commandcry Red
Oceanic Third Degree
All visiting tnembcri of the
Order aro cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
HABMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets dTfrj Monday evening l
T:30 In I. 0. O. F Hall, Kort Street.
K. It. HKNDIY, Secretary.
V. D. WICKC, N. 0.
Air visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meet every first and third Frl
lay evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
eornor I'ort and lleretanls. Visiting
orotbert cordially Invited to attend.
V. R. NUGKNT, C. C.
It. GOSLING. K. 11. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P.O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, 11. I. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Urothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
K. A. DOUTIUTT, H. H.
II. C. EASTON, Scc'y.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, KofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot I'.
Uall, cor. Kort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McORCW, C. 0.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. R. S.
IONOLUIU AERIE HO, F. 0. I.
Heels on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to t
Mnd. W. M. McCOY, W Prest.
II. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
day ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
tally Invited to attend.
GEO. SANDERSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
Can be made to last
longer and keep more
correct time if prop
erly attended to at
regular intervals by a
man who thoroughly
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 Hotel St.
At All WatcbdeaJers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORI and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.,
Tort mm Merchant Sts.
0, Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
gsf BULLETIN AOS PAY
Wc are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind you
Lehnhardt's Candies always
Kin? and Fort Sts.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Stamping, Embroidery and No
tions. Shirtwaists, Gloves and Un
derwear. Orders taken for all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 387.
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Buildinc, Fort St.
' SPECIAL HAWAIIAN
This and all the latest peri
odicals are to be found at
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
Made up in all styles.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
Will do it
You can intrust to us the most
delicate garment. All hand work,
J. Abadid Prop.
White Skirt Clearance
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS.
Complete repair equipment just
received from the factory.
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Hotel Street, Opp. Union.
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Fori
is the best.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Phone 22 ,
LOCAL AND 6ENEBAL
Twelve hundred sheets of eood
paper for twenty-five cents at the
Ten good auto hacks. Phono 6.
Tako your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., feu,
Inter-Island am' O. R. L. shipping
looks for sale at tho Bulletin
office, EU each.
David Knpua who assaulted a Chin-
cbo woman named Sing Kco, was fined
$16 tills morning by Jtiilgo Andrado.
A salo of pclzcd cigars and paper
fans will tako place nt tho Custom
House July 28, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Joseph Lucca, ,an Italian, who Is
charged with assault and battery, had
his case continued till tomorrow morn
ing. The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 00 cents atu ui-
1 e t i n office.
Coat our Iron roofa with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Focd Co., agents.
Mniiuol Forrelra, a outh who wan
arretted by Chief Leal for theft, was
committed to tho Juvenile court this
morning by .luilgo Andrndo.
John Oliver, who put up S6 ball jca-
terday when arrested as n drunk, for
feited tliu amount this morning In pref
erence to appearing lieforo Judge 'An
drndo. According to advices received cs
terday by tho Mongolia, Mr. Naga-
sawn, formerly one or tlto secretaries
In tho local Japanese Consulate, has
resigned his position In tho Depart
ment of Foreign Affairs.
Agents wanted by progressive
manufacturing Company. -Agents
ran easily make $25 weekly, Write
for latest illustrated Catalogue
sheet and terms to "Manufacturer,"
P. 0. Box 1771. New York.
P. Sullivan, who made tho mistake
of visiting tho Chief of Dotcctlvo'a
house on a begging expedition, and
getting a hat from tho chief's wife,
was up bofore tho Police Court this
morning and had his cato continued
FIRST DEMANDS ON
NEW m FIDS
In First Batch
Tho first lot ot demands on the Aud
itor linvo bocn approved by tho Immi
gration .Commission, and within a day
or two the first money coming from
the now conservation Immigration In
come tax will bo paid out. Dcsplto thu
fact that tho tax docs not become, de
linquent until November 15, u great
many peoplo havo already paid up, so
thcio Ib ample money available for lm
The Immigration Hoard met this
morning to consider outstanding bills,
and all of tho demands were found to
bo In order. Tho official seal of at
proal was therefore1 placod upon them
and they wore roady for submission to
tho Territorial Auditor.
Several communications from Im
migration Agent Campbell were read
and other business was transacted.
Tl) BE APPRAISED
One thousand or moro small comma
tatlon tracts-of land aro to bo adver
tised by Land Commissioner Campbell
for salo within a short time. Undor
tho old arrangements thefo tracts were
occupied by squattors, who wcro taxod
a small cnnimuntation to keep up ex
penses. So many of thoso havo bo-
como delinquent that there seems but
0110 way to clean thorn up, mid that la
to forccloso tho property and dispone
ot them at public salo.
Governor Krear announced this
morning that a number ot lots at Ann
nolo flats would bo put up for sale
soon. Some ot this land Is wet, somo
dry and Is mostly ndapted for tnro
planting. Tho titles in many cases
havo Veen so mixed up that every ef
fort Is being mado now by tho Terri
torial Government to straighten them
out nnd dlsposo of the land In a man
nor which will bo of moat benefit to
Govornoi Frear said today that It Is
tho purposo of tho public works de
partment , to havo nil public parks and
grounds looking In first elans shape
by tho time thu congressional dolegu
Hon arrlvo to vit.lt Hawaii. About S700
huu been ci.tllzod from tho sale of
puhllo buildings ut Hllo, not now
under lenso or occupied, and with this
money new pat Mug will bo done at
Illlo, and the grounds put lu flun rnuill
BULLETIN ADS PAY
WE ADVERTI ZE WHAT WE 1
Wfk iTk Shippieg
IT, AND DO IT RIGHT. PHONE YOUR BAGGAGE AND FURNITURE
MOVING ORDERS TO US. , .
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
JAS. H. LOVE. PHONE 152.
See notice In re election of officers,
W. C. Peacock & Co , this Issue.
Call on the ltonl Hawaiian Garago
when In need of repairs on jour nulo.
You will alwnys find Ch.irllo nt tho
Orphcum Saloon to give )ou u cool
Tho annual meeting of stockholdoiH
of W. O. Irwin & Co., I. til , occurs on
the lOtli ot July. !
For full weights, best grado mid
honest prices In coal and firewood, liy
Hiistace, Peck & Co., 3 Queen snict
A storekeeper with Island exporlonco'
and references may obtain n position
through the classified advertisements
Tho Saturday specials at Sacln' Dry
Goods Co. are becoming eiy popuiiir
Note the nd In toda's piper ,md see
tho bargains open to ou next Balm
On the mainland the use of thn long
distance telephone Is the every day
means of communicating with distant
friends. Here wu have the wireless
and wo should use It as freely In bust,
ncss and social lutercoiirso ns the long
distance telephone Is used there
You will find If ou will but give
them a trial that the Hj to Incandesc
ent lamp will not only lower jour
electric light bill but will provo Mich
a convenience that on wilt have them
In every loom. The Union Electric
Co, Hurrlron block, aro the people to
see about these lamps.
Ono of tho essentials of proper car-
rlago and automobllo painting Is n
diist-pKKif room In which thu vehicle
can be k"ept during the finishing and
drying. Buch a room mid tho export
vvoikmen emplo)eil give to the W.
vvriKiu v.". s pniuiiiiK u 11111011 11011
easily recognised ns the best
11 )ou aro 111 1110 way 01 1110 saving
habit get a gas stove. Tho cost of
fuel used In cooking n meal for four
persons, by actual test. Is ten cents.
Thu menu Is published today. There
av.is no fuss and no heat In tho kitchen
and tho flavor of each dish was per
fect, Thcio Is economy in gas.
Tho Territory of Hawaii was odl
dally without n United States Mui
shal for an hour this morning. 11 cine
about In thin manner. Marshal Hvii
dry was summoned on outslda hutdnustf
and loft tho ofllco In charge of Deputy
Holt. Ho was obliged to utteud fed
oral court, nnd tho situation beuiinu
Chief Deputy Uruns loft on tho Mon
golia Tuesday to take Lo Choong, vln
Is to bo deported to tho Krlondly is
lands. Deputy Irwin Is absent on Ha
waii transacting business for tho ulllco.
It therefore developed on Antono Mnii
uol, thu official messenger, to sit In
Iho chair of state whllo Deputy Holt
was absent. Tho pecullur predicament
well lllustrutuH thu largo volup'u'ot
business handlad by tho Maishal's of.
flee, and thu need of extrn dcputlc.i.
C. A. TENNIS 8TART8
ON RICHARDS 8T. COURT6
Tho Y. M. C. A. tcnnlB tournament
which is to bo plajod off on tho Rich
ards street courts, boglmilng on July
17, Is attracting a lot of -attention und
tho drawings aro now complete.
Tho first th r eo games must bu
plu)od off beroro July 21, nnd the Bee
ond three before July 31. Tho gamui
will be tho best two out ot three anil
for 21 points. Tho drawings for tho
singles aro as follows:
KlrBt d. 8. Herrlott and J. S. Nott.
Second G. K. Kwnllko and M. a.
Third V. Mnrcalllno and I). -H,
Fourth J. T. St. John and C. I-owls,
Fifth M. V Decolto and M. FerrO'
Sixth Win. Haseniuu and J. Tavit
J. Q lluptlsto, b)o.
immw'i l Lin 1 ,L- I j g f
HE MAN WHO HAS NOT ORDERED his Summer
Suit had better
WOOLENS at W.
X f iNWMigNJiiws L
Hilonian Arrived Late
Last Night With
The tlii'eo wireless messages fiom
the Hilonian, setting her time at noon,
nt 4 o'clock and finally nt 8 o'clock,
the herself arriving nenror 9, weio ox
plained, when she finally did fchow up.
by broken bolts on the Inside of her
Tho accident was minor ami hid no
rorloiia conscqueneqa but caused Iho
ship to go slower and jet slower for
safety's sake. When "If the Seaside
Hotel last night she ciiniiucnceil sig
nalling nud a tug enmo out and hov
ered uround her once or twlro but flio
came In on her own power New
bolts weie made mid fitted on ami dlv
pensed with nutslde assistance.
Captain FicdorlckBon, who tinted
her across ftom San Finnclrco, Is the
noxt officer of the Matsnu Company
In line for n captaincy and when eith
er Johnson or Wocdon is appointed to
tho new Wllhclmlnu, Fiederlcksnn will
receive his step.
Included in her caigo weie 1B1 tens
of asphalt for paving purposes and
seveial hundred tons of stoic for
Port Shaffer nud Sihoflcld 1U Hacks
I The I'oui t!i was spent pleasantly on
board, the crowd being u JoHy one mid
illicit links were Indillceit In hv her
....encr.. In honor of lh.. lmlldav. A
touch of roniauru was Impnrle.l to thu
trip by the foi lunate I., fl. Kellogg, tho
Wahlnwa pineapple man, who Is tak
Ini? hfinie n tirlile. finnifiti Mrs. Itiirk
other passengern Included Prof.
a..,ir,,,. ,, ,.., r ,,.,. chlcaco Unl.
vcrslty, S. (1. Hinds of the San 1'i.iu-
Cisco Ilrtdgu Co., dipt. Iliadley of the
Salvation Arm) and others.
And Interpreter Of The
Chiyo Mam Shares
Aciordlng to the San Fraurlseo Call
thu ChlnoMi Inlerpieter of tho Chl.vo
Muru and llkuwlso her conk may be
In K01 Inns tiotiblc with Uncle Samuel,
all about 11 fow tacl tins of opium that
Lun Sing and Chow Chee, the guntle
meii In (lucstlon, thought to foist upon
the public unblessed by revenue pro
ceedings. San Francisco custom oin-
ccrx stopped the two Celestials on tho
street carrying n suit e.tsu betwieu
them and blllhel) going to visit theli
"cousin," wljo lives In Chinatown. Thu
tins of olum worn lu iho suit rase
I.1111 Sing and Chow Chee are also In n
The Asia also contributed an Illegal
smuggling Chink to tho notice of tho
officials. They had good leiiBon to
know that thero was smuggled opium
on board and nfter Investigating ov
er) thing ecept somo oil caim In tho
foiupeak dicldcd that thcio nus none
aftur all. Tin., unscrewed tho caps
of the cans riul sniffed un)nay but
they contained oil alone, apparently.
Then an Inspector kicked ono nud
nearly wont to tho hospital to fl 11
suiu foot. Tho r.ius weio too solid to
his mind lor oil und they took another
look , Cans had a falsi) top on them
with oil, otherwise thuy were stuffed
with much opium nnd foitiinatoTy for
tho owner ho never enmo forward to
A pail) of ten tourists nude the trip
around the Island esteiday by auto.
Tho loads aio refuted fo bo In lino
condition, tho light rains being sum
dent lo hi) tho dust
see the LIGHT-WEIGHT
W. AHANA CO.'s STORE.
Thursday, July 8.
SEATTLE Arrived July 0.
S. S. Plcladis f i oni San Francisco.
SAN rilANCISCO Anlved July :
a. 8. Columbian, from tjnllim Cm..
SAN FItANCISCO Arrived July T:
ZSihr. .las I'.olpli, fiom llnii.1, June lu.
POUT. TOWNHIIND Arrived Jul) 7:
Hcln O. J. Olscii, hence June 10.
imiHDANr. Sailed July 7:
S. 8. Mnrama, for Honolulu.
NEWCASTLE Airlvcd July fl:
S. S Yetldo, henco June IP.
Wednesday, July 7.
El'llFKA Arrived July fi:
Ilk. S. C. Allen, hence June 17. .
SAL1NA CIIU!'. Sailed July fl:
S. 8. Texan, for San Pranclsco.
SAN KIIANCISCO Arrived Julj 7:
Schr Muriel, from llonolpii, Juno 18.
Thursday, 'July S.
Temperatures K n. in., 74; 8 n. in.,
7(1. 10 a. in.. 77; noon, 7fi; morning
Il.'iiomcter, B a in., 30 03; nlmolmo
hunildity, 8 a. in, '051 gialns per
ruble fool: relative humidity, 8 n. 111.,
72 per cent; dew point, 8 n. in , KG.
Wind r, a. in., velocity 9, illiecilun
N. II; 8 a. m., velocity 7. illrerti"-)
N. K.; 10 n. in, velocity 15, direction
N. IJ.; noun, velocity 1R, direction t.
Itnlufall during 24 hoiirK emlcd 8 a
in., .If, Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 33(1 miles. '
Section Director, Weather Diiieiiu
W.M. fl. 8TOC1CMAN,
WILLJE FIXED DP
The fence around the Government
Nurser) on King street will now bo re
moved Governor Pi ear said tins
morning that the work of filling In tho
pioperty was now completed, and tho
gi omuls placed In cscellcul condition,
m that It was thought advisable to ic
move the lence.
"Mi. Campbell will probiblv Invo
the water ftovt paiks fixed up somo
bcfoio they arc taken for wh.ut pin-
poses," said thu Governor.
"Wo understood fiom Qtilnn that it
was all oft with tho waterfiont prop
el t), said Suiiervlsor I.ok,iii.
"Well, pot for seveial months at
le.ttt," replied Governor Krcar.
CHINA SEARCHED '
The excitement attendant upon the
Henreh for tho slaer of IHslu Slgel 111
Nuvv York has leached across Iho Pa
cific and placed Its finger on Yokoha
ma. According to n dispatch In Iho
San Pinuclsco Call, thu iiollce of the
country consider tho vessel nritvlng
nt tho .lapaneso port on July 3rd to be
the only 0110 that l.eon Sing could
havo escaped on and she will bo thor
oughly searched on her arrival at the
western terminus. This must mean
the China, which Is scheduled to nr
rlvo on tho 5th, thu nearest d.ito of
nrHval to the dalo named.
'Ihreo nrrlv.ibi featured tho water
front today, bcsldea the oil tanker Pin
tin, tho To) 0 Marti arid thu sehooncr
Allco Cooke both arriving. The To) 11
Mum Is also from Peru with oil as Is
thu Pinna, and is stopping hero for
fuel oil only lief 010 going on lo YnKo-
I llama. Shu Ik now l)lng off qulto n
distauco and will prohablo be In about
3 o'clock. Tho Alice Cooku halls from
Columbia Itlver and North lmrts and
arrived about nn hour earlier.
Tho big oil tank steamer, Pinna, in
rlvul tlvjs morning and Is now stopping
nt tho Il.illrnad wharf, loading fuel
oil, Sho will start for Yokohama u.s
soon ns possible. The Pinna halls
from Iqulqule, Peru, and has 7000 tons
of tho crudo product on hoard for thu
Island irmplro. Tho Japanese aro
blossoming out na gieat users of oil
for fuel, thu Union Oil Company of
California having 11 conduct, now neat
ly filled, for 10,000,000 ban els. Pel 11
oxportB most of her oil to Japan.
Tho coioncr's Inquest Into the death
of tho )oung ghl Kenm Kuhoohiill,
who was killed at Walklkl by catching
hold of n live electilc who which hnd
f1ll,C!' 'V,'" l"'"""1' wn llt'M laBt
'"'" " ' '"" Jur rol"l"c" ,er'ct
' l" "l0 "' l'ml"K offcct "The deceased
"""""'' "'"' ncciiieiiiaii) iniougii
coining In contact with a live who
nilicil nun DIM II lUIOVVII II) the glOtlllll
by 11 falling klawu launch, which had
been biokin off b) thu high winds."
Cnionor Hose piesliled at tho In
ilttest ami Iho following Jurms wero lu
atienilince n 11' Keah, Isaac I.
Cockott, A, C. Dow sett, J W Kahau
mln, H. P K, MnluKini and Moses Ma
j ARRIVED I
Thursday, Jul) 8.
Stmr. Claiidlnc, 5 n. m.
j 8AILINO TODAY
' A.-H. S. S. Mlssourlan, for Kahulul
anil Illlo, 5 p. m.
Stmr. V. (1. Hall, for Knunl ports, 5
Stmr. I. Ikelike, 3 p. in.
Stmr. Ketone, G p. in.
Per stmr. Claiidlne, from lliw.ill,
Inly S. .1. Kalaiilntinolc, CI.11I1 'tlggs,
." Vlda, J. A. Devlin, W. l.ue.is, L.
Wiirien, Ch.is, 11. Nlcolls, L. von
reiupsky, I', Iteldel, Q. CJ. llrnilforil,
Jllns M. Thomas, Mrs. I. C. Train, J.
A. (lllman, I). Quill. J. Uodrlgtu's, A
1'iiKclioal, Miss Mosscr, Miss 1). Iloogs, ,
Miss S. lloogs, Mrs. Streubeck, Mlsa
.Streiilieck, Miss Julln Jletts, Mrs A
.McCniiilless, Mrs. Alkala, C. I). Lufkln.
W A. Halle). Master Clovelaud, Mih.
Ciowell, Hev. .1. Keklpl, W. AI11II, Vlo
let Mnnle, Mak.v Wnlaloh.i, KtUher
W.ilaloha. I. Corie.i, .1. Vincent, .1.
Ilaptlsle. Mrs. W Hlckey, A. P. Kvv.irl,
C. Wiildejer, J. M. Keohii. J Ciillen,
Itov, II. K. Poeime, W. A. llildwln, J
I). Dole and 77 deck passengers.
Per M. N. S. 3 lllloiilau, fiom San
Kiuiiclkci), July 7. V. Short, .Miss C.
K. Short, MIkh C H Wheeler, H. V.
Shmt, S. T. Short, Win Short, (!. II.
Meade. Mis. (llosecke, Miss I. .M
PiMi'ey, Miss n. J. lingers, W. O. Uldlil,
B. Doltn and wife, W. Hughes, Miss C.
C l.ninbeit. Miss II. Hughes, Mr. Hint
Mih. 8. 0. Hinds, C'npt. S. Itradley, Mr.
md Mis. Kellogg, C. I). Williams, Miss
il. Thleme. C; P. I.andresse, Mr. Ion-
sera, Mr. ami .mih u i-onpera ami
slilld, 1). 11 ltamse.v.J Ilnshlmolo. M
P. Mello, M 1 Slilwilo. Kunl Kok111n.il,
G. A S0111.1, Master I - tl Arnold, W.
HnlKtman, Mr Horner i: S. Clink
I PASSENGERS DCOKED
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, July 8, 5 p in
1 0. May, Alan Poilenare.
Per stmr. Heleiie, Jul) 8, ." p. 111.
P. I), llolte.
Till: HILONIAN on her trip back
on tho 13th, will cany 3000 cases of
fresh pineapples to the coast, hut will
carry no canned lilacs. I.. G Kellogg,
prominent pineapple man. who ie
turned with her. states thiru are n
3Hat number of the fruit In San Fran-
'Isco ifnd that the) aro inovliu out
-lowly nnd lie advises n careful ma
neuvering of the crop.
THi: OAKLAND waterfront will re
ceive much attention In the near fu
lure, the Oakland Dork and Yei initial
Co. Incorporating nt $.",000,0011 foi the
purposes of whurvlng und dredging
lions iho Key llouto llaslii. Thn u
hundred and flft) acies of mud Hals
mil swamps will be Involved, and
greatl) Improved wharfage tadlitles
A CAlll.i: from Mldwn) Island ie
porta tho Flamenco Waul, supply ship
and teiulci of life Commercial Cabin
Co., now at that island unloading
stores at thu cable station, Sho had .1
ptcasart inn of eight or nine da)s and
epMtn In start back for Honolulu by
Satin da) 01 Sunday.
Till: FOLLOWING fnlsht was de
livered this morning li. the stcamcr
Cliiudlno: 2!7. sacks K, fo. sugir.
323 sacks lotutoiH, St) barrels empty
bottles, 30 bend of cattle, 2 calves,
CO hogs, 109 packages sundries.
THi: SCHOONLHS llalboa and Win.
II. Mutsden 1110 reported by the Claud
luu at Illlo.
The illlenlan reported rough wealli.
er on 1 he ,ust two dujs of thu run and
fah boas beroro that, hut she also lu
polls tlio Alanuda as Ilflien nillos
ahead of her big rival. Lie Mongolia,
In their nice to the const It sei ins
that the old "fen) boil" Is making
good, even in lough seas, tunli,ii) to
thu fears of her oflleets, who weio
willing to give the Mongolia tho ml
Fiom the leporiH of all thu boatii
that Invo coiim fuiui that illteetlou
lately, eho will epeilcnco rough
wealhei for feveial ih)h and piolmlilj
longer. On hei tilp piovlotis to HiIh
sho came within a few hours of lue.ik
lug hoi lecoid ucross and at that tlmo
Bhe took It eas) on the second da) out,
ilopen.lliiK pirtl) on hei sails and i,iv.
lug fuel, making It posslblo to come In
'lUlekei ot had she wimt(i to It
lOHSlblo that tlio rnci lh tho Mini
golla will iniisi) tho M'heiule.s In In
dlsiegnrded and n new hciiuI botwieu
Han Fi tun Isco and Honolulu be made
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Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-0vc
Motor. $175, Complete.
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AND MACHINE WORKS
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