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Leahl Chapter No. 2
Pacific Third Denree.
Hawaiian Third Denree.
Oceanic Third Degree.
All visiting member! ot the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting! of local lodges
HAfiMONY. LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. B,
Meeta every Monday evening at
T:J0 ULO.O. F, Hall, Fort Strait,
E. R. HENDRY. Secretary.
F. D. WICKE, N. U.
All visiting brothers vary cordially
OAHU LODGE, Ho. 1, X. o! i.
Meets every Unit and third Frl
ay evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner iTort and Deretnnla. Vliltlng
Brothers cordially Invited to attend.
P. It. NUOENT, O. C.
R. GOSLINO. K. II. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIS, D. ?. O,
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTIUTT, E. H.
II. C. EASTON, Scc'y.
Win. H'KINLEY LODGE H0.8, K.off.
Meets every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of V.
Hall, cor. Fort and Roretanla. Visit
tag brother! cordially Invited to at
tend. P. M. McQREW, C. O.
E. A. JACOllSEN. K. n. 8.
I0N0LULU AERIE 140, F. 0. .
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:10 o'clock In K. ot P. Hull, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
VlilUng Eagles are Invited to it
Mnd. W. M.,McCOY, W., Preat
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. ot 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
and tee us
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 Hotel St.
At All Watcbdealert.
Aeent for Hawaiian Islands.
,Oor. POST and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
A. 'Gunst & Co.
?,F0RT AND KINO STREETS.
V'Ti ;: a
Qgfi.6 O'K S 7 BOOKS
(KWALL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.,
HM Fort and Merchant Sts.
K C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
?U& ' SHIPPERS and FAMILY
E ." TELEPHONE 251
UgfaW BULLETIN ADS PAY -Jfg
We 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
' . CO., Ltd.
Kin and Fort Sti.
f 1 .
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG I0TEL
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.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Phone 22 .
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Building, Fort St.
The latest popular sheet
music, of the day; standard
and classio music. We have
a complete stock at lowest
Musical Instruments of all
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young, Bldg.
Made .up in all styles.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
Will do it
Mom's Clearance Sale
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
Everythinc from a lead pencil to
B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Hotel St., Opp. Union.
LUNCHES and DRINK I
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts,
LOCAL AND iENEIAL
The Bulletin makes Its own
scratch pads, makes them good and
blgand sells them (or flvV cents.
Ten good auto-hacks. Phono I.
Captain Parker or Maul Is In the city
Mips Erma Sch&cfer has returned
from the olcano, , . r
Mr. and Mrs. Bldgood Io,io on the
Tho MHnos Hind and Cottrcll hac
reUrned from Hawaii,
J. Carlo, loan' office, has bargains In
Jewelry and money to loan.
Take your oarrtage' or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfsf. Co , M
Mrs. Theo. F. Lansing returned jes
terdar from tho Dig Island after sev
eral weeks' lslt.
do to the Fashion Saloon when joii
want a delicious cold drink, made
Tho Anchor Saloon,- Monty Mont
gomery, manngor. Kins and Nuimnu
streets, Is a popular loc"al resort.
John R. Bergstrom, piano tuner and
repairer. Formerly with Bergstrom
Music Co. P. 6. Box 40. Phone' 581.
Inspector Fcnncll arrested Nancy
Joseph Saturday night, for .running a
blind pig at tho corner of Ither and
The Industrial' Editioc of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cent at B u 1
le tin office.
According to the records kept b)
Ous Rose license, clerk, ho has col
lected over 132,000 to dato In general
Wah Chong' Co. In tho Waterlcy
Block on Hotel street, havo some very
One suitings and dress goods, Just
from the Coast.
Tonight' Is the last night of tho nu
devilled show nt tho AVahrThcatrc. Thn
stunts nro (very clever and a'n erijo
able oonlng Is assurcl.
doat yourriron roofs with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co r g nts.
Norman Campion has resigned as In
spector of chauffeurs for Illlo ll"-l
Tho County Fathers gavo him a vote ot
thanks for tho services ho has in
formed In .tho past,
A .petition has Seen prepared "by
Walklkl .residents, complaining of the
dusty und bad condition of Knlla road.
In many places. from tho stono bridge
In tho engineers' camp tho' road Is bad
Correspondcnco from tho mainland
ndvlses that Manager BiKentyne of the
Honolulu Rapid Transit an J Land Co ,
had placed orders lor a number of 38
horsepower electric motors.
Tho Bank of Hawaii has subscribed
for all of tho S2OO.O00 worth of Terri
torial bonds. Issued for tho construc
tion of tho Kula pipe lino. The prlco
Is $98.25. Tho last bonds wore sold
-Yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock
Kumaalktiianl, a nativo , woman, , 64
jcars of ago, passed' aay. Tho fun
eral took, place from tho" parlors of If,
H. Vllllams nt 2 o'clock this after
noon. Sho was born In Honolulu and
resided on School street.. . ,
Tho' wedding of John R. .Wallwork'
to Mlsn Lottlo K. Aylett took place at'
tho Catholic Cathedral on Saturday;.
Miss Aylcti Is tho daughter of Super
visor Aylett and has a host.6f friends
who" remembered iho bridal couplo
with many tokens of esteem.
Accompanied by Chler OlerK Mathe
son of tho Executive" Department and
Entomologist Jacob Kolinsky, A. W.
Perelstrous, the Russian who Intends
bringing Russians from Siberia to
work 011' the Blantatlonrf,' spent yester
day at Halclwa.
William SaVldge Is a public park
"hUMlA M ffA VIMh k. ...a.. t.A
away (nm around th'o corner of tho
Territorial Forestry Station nt" King
and Keoaumoku streets, and tho green
lawn with Its beautiful trees turned in-
iu n para lor mo people.; ? ;
ON FEW STOCKS
Business on tbo Stock Exchange took
a new tack this morning that Is slg
nlflcant of the expectations. Oahu Is
noiding steady, selling at 29.25 on the
Board. Thero U a general drift. 'how.
ovor, to change Oahu holdings for Ewa
and Waialua on this Island and Ha-
nuiian isummerciai on Maui, inis is
duo to the extra good showing of Ihcso
Plantations If the seaBoa continues aa
favorably as It has run thus far. This
win mean extra dividends.' Oahu Is
paying Its full limit now and before
tho end of tho year may reduce to or.o
or one and a' half per Cent, according
10 me tendency or tho prlco of sugar.
Ewa, Waialua and possibly Hawaii
an Commercial oro thought to be al
most certain to pay some extras, and'
mo iroiui or tno market In tho next
few weeks will demonstrate how far
thp public win go.ln discounting theso
WILL GO TO HAWAII
TO SECURE SHRUBS
Alameda, June 18. Paxton Wright
Is arranging to tako a trip to tho Ha
waiian -Islands In August, He will bo
away from tho city for some tlmo and
whllo In tho Islands will look out for
Alamodp'u Interests', "namely, getting
xomo of the tropical trees and shrub
bery to bo'planmd in (hd local parks.
flUILD At 1728 Collegq street, Hono
lulu, July IV, 1909, to Mr. and Mrs.
John Gu Id, a daughtei
HONOLULU, T. II, MONDAY, JULY
AND KOREA PASSENGERS are advised to place their baggage order
vith the' 0ITY. TRANSFER CO. (7a. H.' Lore), who Kjv'e their personal
attention to all baggage orders., Phone 152. .
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DON CARLOS DEAF-
ROME, Jul) 18. Don Carlos,
died here today of apoplexy.
DonCarlos.Duko of Madrid, wastho grandnephew of Ferdinand VII
of Spain, Ho based his claim to the throne of Spain on tho gronnd.th'at
the Salic law barred Isabella, the dnuahter of Frnllnnn1 Vll. Inim i.
Rally wearing the crown. Don Carlos
ally reigned over the greater port of Northern Spain until 1876. taking
the title of Charles VII. '
Shortly after Alfonso XII was proclaimed King nt Madrid, Carlos
was surrounded by the armies of tin new socrclgn an dforccd to rctlro
Don Carlos wnud Imo had a strong claim on tfie throne of Franco
had the roallsts come Into power In his day, ns'ho was the undisputed
senior male heir of the house of Bourbon. French royalists frequently'
Invited him to put forward his claims, but he always 'abstained from
so doing. , ,
'Through tho death of Don Carlos, Don Jaime, an officer of tho Russian
army, born In 1870, becomes tho he id-of tho Carllst lino.
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. ,. .KILLED AT BALL GAME.
LEAD CITY. South Dakota, July 18.- Two persons wero Instantly
killed, and eight moro cre seriously Injured by lightning during a ball
rf ,mt 1
TEN EXCURSIONSTS DROWNED1.
NEW YORK,-July 1 8 Ten people were drowned
through tho capsizing of an excursion sloop.
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JEFFERSON DAVIS' DAUOHTER DEAD.
COLORADO 8PR1NOS, July 18 Margaret Hnycs, daughter of Jef
ferson Davis, Is dead.
'PEACE AT SHAH'S PALACE.
TEHERAN, July 18. Tho Shah Is again cstnbKshcd In tho palace.
All Is quiet. '
, ' Ring
Draying, Expresa and 1
Oeral Confractipf jW.
1)1 1 'ill
' SHOPPING NEWS .
Tho latest gold and bronze belts'.
Whitney & Marsh. , ,
Tho' Holllster Drug Co. Ik now en
Joying Its thirtieth year of prosperity.
, Call at Sachs' tomorrow and'sco tbo
beautiful lines of now goods now on
A furnished cottage; also a limited
number ot rooms for rent. See ad,
this issue. v
Tho Owl cigar ban that uniform
goodness that Is pleasing to tho smok
er. You tan always depend upon It.
Sold overj n hero. ( ,
On our(wav (j nud from tint post
offlco slop In at Oat & Mossman's and
get the latest mainland periodicals and
newspapers. , Merchant stroct near
P. O. - -
House-seekers aro rofcrred to the
ad of Watcrhouso-Trust Co. In this
IssiWyfor furnlshocf of unfurnished
houses for rent. Also two bargains In
Tho wearers of pongees and flannels,
both men und women, will find tho
method of cleaning used by tho French
Laundry most satisfactory, the clothes
being returned In porfoct condition.
tip to 1 o'clock this jitte'nnon, the
steamship Korea, coming from tho Or
ient, had not beon reported by tho
lookout man. It Is expected that sho
1 will como In this afternoon, bringing a
full list of passengers from China and
Japan. Sho will probably sail tomor
row noon for San Francisco.
THE KINAU como In from Kaual
yesterday with a good list of passen
gers. Her cargo consisted of 6000
bags'sugar, 250 head shdop'. 24 bags
taro, 70 bags rlcp, 13 empty oil barrels,
10 cases wax, 22 cases pears, 1 uuto
mobllo 95 packages sundries.
THE BRITISH ship Bon Leo. Cap
tain Atkinson, which Is discharging at
tho Hackfold wharfj will sail noxt
Thursday for the Coast. From thero
sho will Icavo for Now York.
THE MAUNA LOX will arflvo JrUm
Kau Kona ports tomorrow mbrnlng. As
usual, sho will hilng bananas, "cortuo,
oranges, potatoes, pineapples and other
THE NOUAU, airMng from Koloa.
Kaual, yesterday, brought 4000 ba'g3
ot sugar. .
(6 tho Spanish throne,
took up arms In 1872 nnd actu
up Telephone 588., Wood and doal Sfovc
and Filling' rA .r'
McPOU&AJA. tfeop. ...,,; . ,..,
K CaBtlo ft Cooko, Ltd , Honolulu:
Eight P. M. July 19. 1170 8
8 miles from Honolulu. Light N. E. 8
8 wind. Sea moderate. All Well. 8
8 CAPT. O. FREDBRICKSON, 8
8 S. S. Hllonlan. 8
fntertstinsf Local News on Board
Hjatson Liner, to San Fran
Tho Lurllno Dispatch starte'd l tho
editor ot tho Bulletin, last November
us n medium of wireless news on
board tho Matsnu liner, Is Btlll contin
ued by Purser Warren, who Is also tho
wireless operator of tho steamship.
Tho fssuo published on thu last trip to
San Frunclsco contains tho following
S. S. Lurllno at seas
Strange Behavior of a San Franciscan.
A wireless despatch received states
that a well known San Franciscan is
causing considerable comment there
being seen gathering violets' morning
noon and night.
Tho prospects of business for tho
two Ders docs not look rosin this
trip seeing wo havo Dr. Herbert on
The loss of a paint brush has been
reported by (ho Mato. A certain mil
Itnrj nHlcor on board has been men
lathering himself with n curious look
Then hero's to jou Wllhelmlna from
tho Island of tho mld-1'nclflc,
Wo nro proud io note that jou needed
no Doctor's soastck phlc,
May tho good ship )ou nro christening
bo as steady and btaiinch mul true,
As tho goal old comfy "Liullno" that
carries you from "Honolulu."
As tho Hardy Lurllno Ho'os her way
North Waul we hope sho will not meot
with Wilder weather. Wo should havo
an Albright tlmo with so many of the
fair sox aboard. We Nccdham nnd
for all their Foltz wo lovo them still,
LINENS and DUCKS, PONGEES
, W. WV AHANA-CO.
02 S. King. . . No Branches.
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IN FOREIGN PORT
v Monday, July 19,
SAN FRANCISCOTSalled July 17; .
S. S. Alameda. Op, in , for Honolulu.
BAN FRANCISCO Soiled July 18:-
S. S. Texan, for Seattle.
ORAY'S HARBOR Sailed July 18:
.Schr M. E. Foster, for Honolulu.
EUREKA Arrived July 18:
llktne. M. E. Wlnkclmann, henco
Juno 28, ,
" THE STEAMER Mlkahala, which nr.
rived from Hawaii nnd way ports jes
terday, brought, besides the passcn
gersl. 5100 bags sugar from Hawaii, 12
ccuds wood, 1 dog, 1 empty wlno barrel,
1 empty gas tank, 1 barrel tallow, 1
barrel empty bottles, 3 bundles goat
hides, 11 bundles hides, S bags pota
toes, 7 crates chickens, 19 pigs, 72
bags empty bottles, 26 boxes sundries,
36 packages sundries,
THE STEAMER Llkcllkc, scheduled
to leavo this afternoon nt 5 o'clock
for Honokna nnd Kuku!laek will tako
n'fnll load ot cargo from Honolulu. Sho
will sail from the W. O. Hall wharf.
On .her return trip she will bring n
load, ot cattle from tbo Parker Ranch.
Captain Naap-ila, who has been having
n ac.itlon, will take command of hoi
THE NI1HAU nrrheil jCBtcrday,
bringing from Hawaii 7000 lyigi Hmuv
kaa sugar, 11 packages sundiles, 117
bundles hides, 60 cattle, 7 empty
THE MAUNA KEA sallsMomonow
for Illlo la Maul porln. Among those
bixikcdUo Icavo in her Is Sheriff Tut
of Ilaw'all; 1 -
Consul dencrnl Ujeno put tho
mnrl; of olllclal dlrapprovnl on tho
strike of Japanese on, the sugnr
plantations when on Sunday he lu
lled the various he.idquait'ers of tho
Strikers In town nnd 111 ged them to
return to their work.
During Inst week thero ttns much
activity nmnng the Japanese luisl-
.nesH and professldnal men of tho city
with the declared intention ot get
ting thn men to go hack to work.
Theso efforfs hnvo liecn-successful to
somo extent, nn occasional man hav
ing slipped through tho line of strike
pickets, maintained In spite of the
Injunction, nnd got Into the camps
at Alcn and Walpahu.
The tour of Consul General Ujeno
was Intended, no doubt, to make
clear the attitude of the Jnpancso
government regarding the industrial
trouble. The reports nro conflicting
as to his reception by tho men. The
strlko leaders were actlvo In their
measure's to discredit the Consul nnd
his advice. In home places' lie Was
Interrupted and threatening re
This morning ,tho strike lenders
admitted that sixty of the strlkc'rs
had deserted the cause. They clnlm
these men nro the well-paid men,
and the laborers are still remaining
Funds nrVi the principal thing tho
strike leaders hnvo nbw to consider.
There" nro reports of a shortage of
strike funds, but thero are, a great
many reports. Tho strlko leaders,
to offset this, state that moro than a
thousand dollars canfo In on tho last
steamer from the othor Islands.
FIRE ON MAUNAKEA
STREET SMALL LOSS
An nlnrm of (lro was turned In fiom
tho coiner of Smith and I'auahl streets
nt 1:30 thlx afternoon Tho Are lirl
gado, under Chief Thurston, was quick
ly on tho spot and the blato wns soon
Tho flro originated in soma living
rooms above uhlncso restaurant nnd
was caused by tho overturning of n
smalt stove. Tho room the flro started
in wns occupied by a nativo und on
either side other rooms woro rented to
Chief Thurston mado n good Bave, ns
the building in which tbo bluzo (start
ed Is right at tho back of the BtorcB
that fiont Mnunukca street nnd tho
firemen had to drug their hosu up a
Btnlrcnsa and along u passage luforo
they could get to work.
n n n tt u it u t: n tt n
(N. II. Tho Editor expects to bo its,
sasslnatod for this, but nevertheless
ho Is prepared with n Giinn ami ex
pects to bo a Victor it not ho will tnko
his licking Willi good Grace. Tho Dea
con will bo present to perform the last
riles. They may 'Angus nil on arrival.
So bo careful.) Outcli! that'll tho limit.
Tho Chief Engineer lequcsls Ihut
fancy sewing bo not left around In Iho
cabins ns tbo d) milium get curious and
refuse to give llclfl.
I'asscngois having bnggago (11 ho
oxprossed run check their trunks with
tho Stowunl on Friday nt 2:30 p. in.
Communication Is now estulillshcd
with San Francisco messages can ho
filed with tho Puisor. Rates on appll
The Pureor will bo pleaned to ro
celvo any late novels for addition to
tho ship's library.
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First quarter ot the moon, July 25.
Hawaiian standard time i lu nuui
30 mlamites ilowor than Oreeuwicu
time, being that of thi meridian of 161
legreei S) minutes TI o time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m , which Is the same
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Uuu
vnd moon are for local time tor lue
Sunday, July 18.
Am. S. S. Pleiades, Armstiong, oft
port nt 9 p. 111.
Stmr. NIII11111, Dwncss, from Miihu
tana, r,;07. a. m. '
"Stmi. Kigali, tiregory, from Kaual,
5:21 n. m.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Tullett, from Maul
and way (jrts, 3:33 nm.
stmr. ivoeau, 11 0111 koio.i, iiiuu n. 111.
S. S Otein Queen, from Ocean Is
land. -. '
I SAILING TOMORROW
S. 8. Mig-uma, forVlctorl 1, p. m.
llktiivlrnigardJciirlsteni.on, for Sun
1 ijiicibco, 1 p. m.
S. S. .M.iranr f 10111 tho Colonics,
1. in. '
Sum. Muun-i Um, Slmrrson, from
Kau Kona ports, 11. m.
I DUE FRIDAY.
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O, S. S. Alnmcdn, PowdelL from Sail
Francisco, n, in.
0. S. Aoruugl, from Victoria.
J' '"' .
Per stuff. Mlkahala, Tullott, frm
Maul nud .way. porlB, July 18. J. N.
Gno. C. II. Cooke, Waller Mncf irlano,
II. S. Hngcriip, A. Wnnl, Wm. Robb
and wife. Muster Robb, Jr., Misses
RdLb (2). C. C. Conradt, Mis. O. C.
Conradt, Arthur Oilman, Mrs. C. II.
Cooke, .Misses Cooke (3), Muster C.
H. Cooko, Jr., Miss Rosa Groin. Misses
Iaea (2), Hov. II. P. Jmld, J. F. O.
Stocker. II. Howell, Father Mnxlme.
Per stmr. Klnau, Grepory, from
Kaual. July 18 A. S. Wilcox nnd wife,
Miss McDonald, Miss M. Miibtlc, S. Ma
holom, Dr. II. F. Snndow, E. M. Wat
boii. Miss II. Sheldon, C II. Oiay, Gin.
Wnloho, Mrs. Hechert, C. II. Ilrown,
M. Tcves, Mis. Vclera. Dr. W. Osmer,
J, J. Page, F. Gny. Miss Mydeo. Mrt.
A. Edwards, H. Rosenberg, J. II. nolo.
O. M. Bnilco. a. H. rnlrchlld. E. R.
Hendry, R. W. Ilrcckons, G. Yamadn,
Tan Wo, G. H. lllchnrdson, H T. Haj
srlden, Mrs. J. Soiua nnd child, Mrs.
Peters nnd chllJ, 1'. Carter and vylfo
and 81 deck.
Per fttllir. Klnmt Grncnrv fnr Iftinl
July 20. F. Ojy and party. Esther
CiimmlngH. Mrs. J. II, Cummlngs, D-.
1). F. Snndow, C. II. Gray, Susan Kn
ktla. Mis. K. Kellcy. Miss Knuhano,
Mis. W. A. Wright, Miss M. R. FarleB.
Per stmr. Muuna Ken, Frccnian, for
Illlo und -vny ports, Julv 20. 12 noon
V. Hind, L. SI. Vcttl6son. Mrs. Sopor
mil party, L. P. Plnkston nud wife.
Oeo. Glhb nnd wife, Mrs A, W. T.
Ilottomley, Mrs. Folsom, Mrs. Mcln
Irro, MIbs StcveiiB, Miss Doshcr, C. II.
Brown, R. D. Crawford. II S. Hagerup,
CjII. KIuckoI. Miss Ettn CummliiKS,
Mfss M. Taylor, Sheriff Sam Pun. (Inn.
Miimlin, M. M. Oraham, T. P. W.
Grar. Miss I..O. McDonald, II. T. Mills,
W. II. Heen, A. A. Wilson. Miss II.
nnstloy, Miss Nellie Mcl.aln, D. E.
Metzger, J. II. Mnckenzlo, Miss Dojn.
Miss Zlcglcr, Mrs. J. E. Heck, Mrs. W.
II Wall, Dr. A. A. lllncknian nnd wife,
Miss Idn ninckmun, MIbs Helen
CrnCllO. Pari lllnekmnn I II W....I
Arthur Hmwn W. P. Kapiilnnl. Chuck
nuy Ai. u. .Mm, Mia. w. S. Chilling
woitll. Mies KeVuew.i. .Irnnlr, I 11..,.
C. Cozen, '
After experiencing nleasnnt weather.
tho American Huunllnn freighter I'lul
ades, Captain ArmatrimK, mrlvcd fiom
Tnconu last night, docking at tho coin-
imiij h wnari iniH morning. Sho mado
Iho trip In nlno dayK and eight Iiotiru,
bringing 18 500 tons of genri.il rurgn
for Ilcinoltilu It Is oxrocted thnt nf.
tor her rniiro lnm liivn .iUni.,,.n,i
here, rho will Itavo for tho other ii-
lanin neioro returning to tho States.
THE KINAU' nnd Mlkahala will
leave tomoirow uftornoon at 3 o'elook
fur their losnecttii tortu ,m u-
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycn
Motor, $175, Cbmplete.
'HE 0HABLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
' AND MACHINE WORKS
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