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BVBN1KQ HPLLBT1N, HOMOLPLP, T. II., SATtmDAY. JULY 10, 1909.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Honolulu Comnundery Red
Oceanic Third Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
EABMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets dvrry Monday evening at
f:30 In I. 0. O. F Hall, Fort Street.
K. It. I1KNDUY, Secretary.
V. D. WICKE, N. O.
Air visiting brothers very cordially
OAHTT I0DQE, No. 1, Z. of P.
Meets every tlrst and tblrd Frl-
lay evening at 7:3U In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort and Deretanla, Visiting
orotbori cordially Invited to attend.
F. It. NUGENT. C. C.
It. GOSLING. K. II. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 01G, B. V. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CI 6, 11. I'. O.
Kike, meets In their linll, on King
Street, near I'ort, every Friday oven
lng. Visiting Mrothcra are cordially
Invited to attend.
i:. A. DOUTIIITT, U. n.
II. C. EA3TON, Sec'y.
ffm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meota every 2nd and 4th Saturday
tvenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot I'.
Hall, cor. Fort and Uoretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McGItEW, C. 0.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. R. 8.
KONOLUIU AERIE 140, F. 0. X.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WICD
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. ot P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
tend. W. M. McCOY, , Prest.
H. T. MOOItE. Secy,
HAWAIIAN TRIBE. No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
I'ythlus Hull. Visiting biothcrs cor
dially Invited to attend.
I-. A. Pi:itKY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C of It.
Can be made to last
longer and keep more
correct time if prop
erly attended to at
regular intervals by a
man who thoroughly
Come and sec us
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 Hotel St.
At All Watchdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts., Honolulu,
M. At Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
WAIL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.,
Fort nnd Merchant Sts.
0. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS nnd FAMILY
BULLETIN ADS PAY
We arc In line with the
best assortment of
In the market All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind yon
lehnhnrdt's Candies always
Kin;; and Fort Sti.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Stamping, Embroidery and No
tions. Shirtwaists, Gloves and Un
derwear. Orders taken tor all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 387,
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Building, Fort St, -
This and all the latest peri
odicals are to be found at
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldfr.
Made up in all styles.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
Will do it
TO TOURISTS !
You can intrust to us the most
delicate irarment. All hand work.
J. Abadia1 Prop.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
Mrs. E. M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNQ Bid.
A. B. ARLEIQH CO.. LTD,
Hotel St., Opp. Union.
is the best,
HENRY MAY'& CO., LTD.
Phone 22 . ,,
Twelve hundred sheets of good
paper for twenty-five cents at the
Tenfgood auto-hacks. Phone 6.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manff. Oo., tot
Inter-Island and O.HIL shipping
booka tor sale at the Bulletin
office, SO each.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at IU cooling
and' preservative properties California
Feed Co., agnts.
The C. A. C.s nro waiting tho arrival
of Mr. Wall of Wall, Nichols Co., who
Is at present In the East. Mr. Wall
was Instructed to buy a sullablo tro
Miy. Wide-awake agents wanted for
goods that sell; 5 starts you in
good paying business. Write for
particulars to Wolsee Mfg. Co., 1-2
Park Row, New York.
Wm. Kwni Kong is a staunch mem
ber of the C. A. C. and nn ardent lover
of tho National gamo. Food for Hill;
let's wish him good luck In tho steer
ing of tho good ship C. A. C.
So much work has thero been In the
executive department of the Territor
ial Government that Chief Clerk Math
eson says thero aro over 300 Hawaiian
birth certificates cases that aro
blacked up on him for Investigation.
Chief Clerk Mathcson of the Ex
ecutive Department nnnounccd today
that Tuesda)s nnd Fridays of each
week have been set aside for tho
examination, of Japanese and Chi
nese applicants for Hawaiian birth
At tho regular monthly meeting of
tho Chinese Athletic Club held last
night Mr. Y. Kwal Fong was duty elect
ed to the presidency to (111 the place
left vacant by the' resignation of
Joseph (loo Kim, who will leave short
ly for China for good.
The deportation caso of film Slice,
which was to have been heard In Unit
ed States District Court this morning,
was continued until next Friday. At
torney W. V. Thayer Is counsel for
tho woman nnd Intonds making a
strenuous fight to win tho case.
The secretary ot tho Uquor License
Commissioners of Hawaii today son his
report to tho government ot tho busi
ness of hi board. Out of tho 63 appli
cations received tho board granted 67,
refusing 5, 7 being withdrawn. T,en
were for wholesale purpnacn.
Up to today 3I93 In rower rates
have been collected by Iho Public
Works Department, a larger sum than
ever collected for a half yearly period
before by that offl.ee. Tho tlmo limit
Is July 15, after which a penalty ot 10
per cent la levied on delinquents.
Judge Dp Dolt this morning approved
tho Commissioner's report In tho case
of Soclod.ida Lusltana DencDccnto De
Hawaii agalnsl Henry P. tluiih and oth
ers, and M. E. Sllvn; administrator of
tho estate of Maria' K. Bush Lolelwl,
deceased. An order of sato was also
attached to tho Court's order' approv
ing tho report.
A civil service examination Is being
conducted today by Examiner John
Short, fo,- Doputy Internal Rnvcnuc
Collector. Tho applicants wero few,
and tho examination In being held In
the old High School Building opposite
Emma Square. Chief Deputy Johnson
Is assisting In tho examination.
Sue. Lum, tho Chinaman who recent
ly created considerable disturbance In
pollco clrcios, took unto himself this
morning h Ja'pancso bride, Oyashl Su
zuki by namo. 'They wero married by
Ilov. M. K. Sllva, pastor of tho Chris
tian Science church, nnd Senator
Charles Chllllngworth was drafted as
ono of thi witnesses.
Superintendent Marston Campbell
of the Public Works Department has
received a letter from the officers of
tho Kawathao Church, accepting his
proposition to build a substantial
wall fanco around the church
ground, and they have appointed II.
K.--IIcndrlcks to act on behalf of the
church with Mr. CamplioN In tho
GOVERNOR TALKS ,
ABOUT HALE LOT
Governor Frcar today. In discuss.
Ing the statcmont from W. O. Smith
concerning tho Honolulu Hale lot
printed In yesterday's II. u 1 1 e 1 1 n,
stated that Mr. Smith's pinion,
while applicable In a general aenso,
should bo modincd when applied to
particular Instances. Smith stated
that tho government should .hold all
,land In tho center of the city.
Tho governor considers tho Halo
lot ut present as useless, as also cer
tain government properties In China
town, and by tholr salo and the
monoy received put out at Interest
tho Territory would have that
wherewith to purchaso land which
Jt needs for public purposes. Ho
considers tho 'Honolulu Halo lot as
usclcsgtfor a postofflco site, tho pres
ent site being larger,
KXHIIHTION GOLF MATCHES
Now Yorkt Juuo 29. Tom Vnnlon
hns pnrtly formed n plan for n serins
nf exhibition matches of golf. The
limn from Snnwlch has gone to On
tventBln, where ho will bo kept busy.
When he will return to England will
depend largely on circumstances.
STANDS FOR GOOD SERVICE AND PHONE NUMBER OF
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
President announces n tentntlvo It-literary for his western visit next f
all ns follows: lie will not go tnAlnskn. He will leave llcvcrly, Mas
s Sept. 16 for Scattlo. Ho will bo tho guest of Senator llournc nt Port
land. From that city the President will go to Snn Frnnclsc6, where he
will stny for scvcrnl riajs, later visiting the Yoscmlto nnd Los Ango
les. From there the trip will extend to Arizonn, New Mexico nnd Texas.
At Kl Paso lie will meet President Dlar. nnd spend several days nt th
e ranch nt his brother at CorpusCfirlstl. Ho will nttend the Deep W
otcrways Congress nt Now Orleans. '
ATTACK ARGENTINE LEGATION.
LA PAZ, Ilollvln. July 9. A mob has attacked the Argentlno lega
tion hero nnd troops have been cnllod out to assure tho safety of tho
minister, which Is menaced. Tho tioublo is tho outcome n fthc decision
tendered by Argentina ns arbitrator In tho houndniy dispute between
Peru nnd Ilollvln.
MORE ROCKEFELLER MILLIONS.
NEW YOltIC, July 9. John I. Rockefeller has given ten million
dollars to the General Education llonrd of the Baptist Church. Ills total
donations to tho board now aggregate $r2,000,000.
SPANISH SOLDIERS KILLED.
MKL1LLA, Morocco, July 9. Forty Spanish soldiers hnvo been kill
ed In n battle between troops and tribesmen near this point. Tho na
tives lost heavily.
PASS PHILIPPINE TAR'FF.
WASHINGTON, July 9. The Senate has passed
New wash belts, 2."c and 3.1o Whit
ney & Marsh.
Henry May & Co. nio In receipt of
a big new shipment of the popular
"Carnation Milk." Phono 22.
Tal;o n look nt Homo of tho now
styles In shot's at tho Manufacturers'
Bhoo Co. beforo purchasing elsewhere.
You can havo jour will drawn free
of chargo by tho legal department of
Bishop Trust Co., no mutter how small
Tho links at Hnlclwn aro said to tie
tho best In tho Territory. 1 he location
assures a comfortable brojZ'i ai all
times without Interference with tho
flight of the ball.
Shoes for summer. Exclusive and
novel tics, oxfords and button shoes
for women, in patent kid, vlcl kid, gun
metal, tan oozo nnd white canvass ut
Mclnorny Shoo Store.
Tho Townaend Undertaking Co. will
ho pleased to explain in full thu sys
tem of burial which they will soon
Inaugurate. Call nt parlors on Bere
tanla street near Fort.
Want a boautlful lawn? Then
sprinkle u little "Forccgrowlh" over
your present lawn nnd apply tho prop
er amount of wntcr. Sold in EOc anil
Si.25 quantities by E. O. Hull & Snn.
Many now arrivals in ladle' dro.u
goods and novelties nro now ready nt
Sachs Dry Goods Co. Thcs.i gonrir. ar
rived in tho Alamoda. Sou thorn I'l
8nchs' show windows nnd (in thu
Thero are no clothes for men sold
in Honolulu that aro giving tho satis
faction of Hart, Schaffner & Marx
clothes. Call at Sllva's Toggery and
sco tho now summer and Fall stlcs
now on exhibition.
Havo )our freight and other heavy
hauling done by Honolulu Construction
& Druylng Co., and you will got tho
best service In Honolulu. This Com
pany has its offlco on Fort St. opp. W.
G. Irwin & Co. Phono 281.
Now assortments of "Wilson Bros."
and "Cluctt" negligee shirts aro ready
for salo at Tho Hash Co., comer Fort
and Hotel Sts. Thcso lines contain
somo of tho handsomest patterns yet
shown this soaoon and will find u
Wo aro doing tho largest business
In wood and coal simply because, wu
aro In a position to giva tho bctt of
theso commodities at tho lowest mar
ket prices and "havo tho facilities for
quick dellvory. Try us with nn order.
Unlon-Paclflc Transfer Co. Phono 68.
'Tho knowlcdgo that oun Is well
dressed contributes an oiso nnd con
fidence of manner that makes n mater
ial difference, In tho miccem of tho
business of tho day. W. W. Ahaiin Co.
carry a splendid lino of men's suiting,
and tholr clothes aro properly cut nnd
PHE MAN WHO HAS NOT ORDpRED hs Summer
urn naa oeuer
-WOOLENS at W.
SACK GOAT DAYS
Frock and Topper Have
Been Banished From
BY WILLIAM HOSTER.
Washington. This Is a sack coat
ndmlnlstrntlim, nn contradistinguished
from the silk lint and ft nek coat reg
ime of Iloosovell. Going back a bit
It teems a long while ago now, by the
way President Roosevelt was neer
seen about tho White House save In
tho statesman's frock coat. Itooscvelt
In a sack coat would havo been In
congruous, sine on horseback or tho
hunt. U)ch followed his chief's ex
ample, nnd going on down tho. list we
finally como to Assistant Secretary
I.atta lit! who carries tho messages
to Congress who neer tucked the
portfolio miller his arm until ho had
donned thu long-tailed coat nnd set
tho silk tllo straight on his head.
Now nil Is changed. Tnft works In
a business sack suit. Carpenter cs
sajed tho iillk hat and long coat for
tho llrst week and then abandoned It
for the sack coat anil deiby. Finally
one day last week tho President had
tnnio appointments to tend to thu Sen
ate. I.atta used to liu a familiar figure
in the upper chamber. In those days
It was unusual for him not to appear
thcio at least onco every day with a
communication from tho Whlto House.
So the soloim grow to knmv him well.
And then on tho afternoon In question
n tall, grave-faced young man nppear
oil with communications from tho
President nf tho United Slates. Scnn
ntors sat up and rubbed tholr eyes In
wonder. Utttn, all right, they dis
covered on tho rvcond look, hut I.atta
In a sack suit. So styles change, even
among stntesmen. Incidentally coat
tails aro not tho only things that havo
been cut off by thu Taft administra
tion. Tho President's room Is in tho fnr
corner to tho left nf tho ndmlnlbtrn
tlun offices, hounded by tho ex-tennts
conrt,flho Cabinet loom and tho shop
of Secretary Carpenter. It Is finished
In white, with dull green papering nnd
mahog.my desk which taken up ono-
loather. Tho President labors ut fi big
mahogany desk which takes up ono
thlrd of tho room, but that Isn't tho
point of this story, In formor times
tho visitor's gazo fell iipon tennis rac
quels, war clubs, trophies of tho cluibe,
etc. Otherwlso tho walls wore bare.
Now n change ban been made. A few
days after Taft (ook hold ho had n
brief conversation with Stone, tho
chief usher. That afternoon carpen
ters appearud after tho Piosldeut had
knocked nlT work for the day ami
speedily set up thieo sets of thelves.
Next day uxpruhsmeu appealed with
see me Liuni-wtltiHT
W. AHANA CO.'s STORE.
j' IN FOREIGN PORTS l DUE TODAY
Saturday, July 10.
SEATTt.t; Sailed July S:
H. S. Pleiades, for Honolulu.
3AVIOTA Arrived July :
S. S. Hopecrnns, hence Juno 30.
SAN 'VltANCISCO Arrived July 10;
S. S. I.urllne, hence July 2.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed July 10:
8. S. Asia, 1:30 p. in., for Honolulu.
SYDNEY ArrlvedJuly 10:
S. S. Makura, henco Juno 25.
The llyndos will carry a large com
plement of exhibits for tho Alaskn-Yu
kon-Pnclfln Exposition from the Promo
thin Commlttco nnd Secretary Woo.4.
was Jumping around nil morning gct
ting labels nn the boxes Hint contain
the practical aihertlscmentH for tho
Islands. Tho exhibits consist of till to
tables, plnenpplcs, coral, etc., -and n
largo number of the Vflsh books" nro
being sent across.
The Amcilcnn-ilawnll.in steamer
Pleiades left the So.iuii as scheduled
on tho 8th lust. Tho Texan Is tho next
boat of HiIh Hiiu Co leave the North
Ports, stnrtlng for Honolulu on tho
22nd. Tho Massachusetts will leave
llllo on thu 14th on her long oyng-j
through the straits to the Delaware
Ilreakwatcr, and tho Mlssnurlnii will
follow her on tho lGth for Snlina Cms,
THE OLD COCK HIMSELF.
It was n former nrchblshop of York
Dr. Thomson who appeared onco In
tho rule of rnachninii. Ho had attend
ed nn evening party and, nn leaving
thu hiitihc, discovered that his coach
man was drunk.
There nppeared nothing for It but to
drhc homo himself, and tho nreb
bishop, nflcr placing tho smiling but
unconscious coachman Inside tho car
rlage, mounted thu box and took tho
Tlio monotony of tho homeward Jour
noy was broken by n wheel of tho cir-
rlago coming Into lnleut collision
with n slono Just outside the entrance
Tho loilgekeeper. unable to rccog-
nlzo tho approaching figure In tho
dnrknusH, called nut. rhecrlly. "ifello
III 1 J : drunk again? And bluwed If you
ain't got tho old cock's hut on!"
"It's thu old cock himself," gravely
responded Ills (Irnce.
Mark Twain has got into trouble
with an English publishing firm
over his latest book: "Is Shakes
peare Dead?" He quoted at length
from a book by O. M. Greenwood, M.
P., without giving tho name of the
author. The action hns been called
Thu request of Prlnco Hello do
Sagan that his American princess be
allowed to visit tho do Bngnn estates
In Germany for tho birth of tho ex.
pected heir hns been denied by tho
P-'For Rulf" eirda at Bullrtln.
k a t: k n a k n n rt
boxen of books. Now when tho visitor
enters ho discovers Taft sitting at tho
big desk, and In tho three sbehes, all
of them within easy reach, nro u com
plete, set of reports of tho Supremo
Court of tho United States, a bulky
volume of the Constitution nnd an
notations and tho revised statutes,
Tho tennis racquets, war clubs nnd
trophies nro gone. It might ho the
ofllco of a busy law practitioner in tho
Trinity building, Now York. Which
marks tho dlffctcuco between ono
President and another.
Itooscvelt iibcil to dispose of guests
nt tho rato of thirty an hour. Taft Is
a more deliberative body, llo hears
them out and suya what he has to say
to them In return. Tho method Is
moio satisfactory to those who get In,
but somowhat dlsconceitlng to those
who nro wnltlng outside. Uist week
a party or Congressmen wero waiting,
lusldo thero was n distinguished pub
llcan. After u longlsh Interval ono of
Iho Congiobsnicn hurried across tho
street to seo tho Secretary of War.
When ho got back tho othvib weio btlll
"Unck, I bee," said one ot tho otheis.
"Yob," lohponded Iho letiirncd wan
deror. "I went around to th0 hotel
to get my pajamas."
Just then it third oiileied.
"Ileen waiting long?" ho asked.
"Sco that old gentleman out thero
with tho long white beard?" they
"Well, ho was a msy cheeked boy
when ho .uiled. Ami Iiu'm ni r
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor launch with 4-0yc
, l0l0r. . complete.
'HE CIIABLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
Kin St, opj'a South 8L
T. K. K. S. S. Tcnyo Mam, from Y
kolinma (late p. m. or Sunday moiu
Slmr. Mauna Kea, from llllo ami
way ports, n .in.
j SAILING TOMORROW "
T. K. K. S ,S. Tenyo Maru, foT"s!Tu
Am. hkln. Comnndo, Houdlcttc, Tor
I DUE TOMORROW
Stinr. Mlknhala, from Maul nnd Mo
lokal ports, a. m,
Stinr, Kinau, from Kauai ports, a
Per stnir. Mauna Kea, from llllo
nnd way Kirts, July 10. Miss II. Dlek
eiibon, Miss I.,. Oullck, C. W. Menlrk
Mrs, Menlck, A. V. Msenby, Mrs. I.U
enby and Mn, J. Knlbenbnch, Mrs. Knl
benbnch, W. Dodsworth, . Mrs. Doris
woith and 3 children, W, O. Klppllus
Mlrs K. Pnddlcr. Ilov. C. E. Shields.
Mrs. Shields and 2 children, Mrs, Itim
land and child, Mrs. J. W. Djo, Mis
I). Sullivan, J. P. Slsson, J, T. Moli.
Jack Ouard, J. T. Mitchell, K. II. Wll
Hams, C. Marques, 1). McCnrrlslnn. ('
II. .lurid, Misses Campbell (2), II. Giles,
Mr. I lowland, Mrs. Howlalul, II M.
Ayros, Leung Ynu, O. Farm, A. Drier,
W. 8. HIcc, J. McCnnrilcBS, W Darn
hart, Mrs. Minima. W. Irwin, Miss I".
Mclnecko, J. T. dllcs, Mrs. Giles, G
C. Hockley, Jr.. Miss E. Unit. A. W
Caitcr, Mrs. Carter and 3 children and
3 servants, .Inn. Murry, Miss II. Ka
walnea. Miss J, Pohla, 7,. K. Myers, II
do Fries, Ed Ingham, Capt. J no. 'Itosi.
Master K. Willie, Miss if. do Cuiilia
Miss M. Aklonn, P. Te.ui, II. T. Akul.
C. K. Amnna, W .Haiighs, It. II, Craw
ford, K. KoJInui, Mrs. KuJImn, J. K
Manasc, Miss 11, Kcalohn, Mlbs It
Muiile, W. Aiken, Hong Chock, Mrs
W. Shaw nnd child. S.. I,. Whlto, I)
j PA8SENOER8 DEPARTED
Per stinr. Clr.urilno, for Maul and
llllo, July D. Miss Allco Green, .Mis
Hose, Miss Kenney. Miss Wlnne. Mlsi
ltoblii'oii, A. 1". Cooke, 1). I Austin
Mrs. W. Stndart ami child. Mrs. A. I'
Cnoke. Mr. Annie Lldgatc, Miss You
Miss M. Mori Is, Miss Alamn, Miss Gil
lllnnri. Mrs. Lobcrt. C. A. Ilrnrierlrk.
. lirodcrlck, John Snbey, Miss Hush
Miss J. M. Scott, Miss Irene Aiken.
Sifter Ilciiata, Miss Chalmers, Ilm
Mnurlce. Urn. Frank, Href. Robert, Ilm
Lewis, Urns. Joseph, Pro. Martin, M
Gomes, Dr. A. M. Mead.
j PAS8ENQEW8 BOOKED
Per M. N. S. 8, illlonlan, for Kan"
Finnclsco, July 13. Mrs. Aug. Hum
bitiK nnd child, Mrs. C. S. Canton im.i
child C. E. Shields nnd family, Goner n
Murray. U. S. A., wlfo ami 2 iinnh
lers: Capt. Callen, U. S. A.j n. N
lloimes, .Misses Harper, Miss S. L lb
Ington, J. D. Hurst, Marshall Darraili
Mlfa C. L. Sturgcs. Mrs. A. F. Jmbl
Mlts Ilcrg, Mrs. Itoblnsou, Mr. mul
Mrs. Snyt-rs, Mrs. E. Jacohson, Mis
Courlncnrier. Mr. McCormlck. L r
Thayer, Mr. Smith. II. P. Faye, II C
THE IIARKBNTINi: Imuran! nf So,
Francisco Is waiting nt tho Illslim
slip for iii cargo, rough weather delai
Ing thu in rival nf the sugar. She e
pects to get away nt any tlmo afur
getting her complement, which ma l
a week or Icsb. Tho Allen Pnnke -
unloading lumber nt tho same wluoi
Hie Hen Lee Is not expecting to c '
away for .at least n fortnight.
THE 8UGAII awaiting shipment .m
Hawaii Is as follows: Olna. ''li'ml
Wulakoa, 21,000: Hawaii Mill, 12"
waintiku, 1200; Onomea. COOO; I'.
peekeo, CSMO; Honomii, 8800; Hak.il.m
IS.300; Launuhuehoo. Ifi.inii! Ook.ih
550(1; Kukiilaii, I). 1932, H. 59S.', II i
iiiiikiiii, 25 000: Paaiihnii 92011: llmm
kan, 11,000; Kiikiilchaelc, 3200; Puin
urn, n.aio; iiontiapo, 9375.
THE MAUNA KEA .milvlnu tin
morning, brought tho following fieln
I bag coin, 1 automobile. 3 eases c lil i.
ens, R horbes. fi bacs nwn C. pr.ile e I
oi y, 18 bugs rice, 13 iMgs potatoes ii
pncKuges vegctabluH, B0 bugs liu "
bags cabbage. 27 nhla nlanks. 19 Imi
ruals empty bottles, 50 empty k i.
ion tuna ties, 2 cars blat wood. H
THE MAUNA KRA -.m In mi
hour lato this morning, nwng t h
imu inniittigs oeeasloned by the am
llounlly rough water. All Inter Mm'
boats lately htivo been repotting ' '"
weather nnd head winds and "
havo had to pass landings '""'
leaving fi eight or passengers di "
THE LATEST WIRELESS "
from tlm Tenyo Main stales tb i' ''
will bo In at 0 o'clock loiilKlit " ''
dpes she nil! probably work all w-i
ns the .Mongolia did nnd Inaie !' '
Stntos tomoirnw mornliiK
Tt,,iiii t...i ,m. th ms
"uiivuu uuiiiuess umce niuuc
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