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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. II., THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1009
j WEEKLY CALENDAR
. Oceanic Stated.
Honolulu Comm.ind.ry Order
I of the Temple.
Hawaiian Lodge Postponed.
1 HUHHUA V
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially lnvltf.d to
attend meetings of local loJgei
UARMONY LODGE, No. S, I. 0. 0. F,
UottB ivery Monday evening t
liiO In I. O. O 4 Hall, Fort Street.
1 15. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
j V. D. WICKti, N. U.
All visiting brothers very cordially
DAHTJ LODQE, No. 1, K. o: if.
Sleets every first and third Frl
a1euluK it 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretania. Vliltlai
orothert co'dlaily luvltod to attend.
P. R. NUaENT, O. C.
R. OOSL1NO. K. 11. S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Uuum'ilu Lodge No. 616, 1). P. 0.
Elk. uni'tH In their hall, on King
Btrre , near Fort, every Friday even
ing, Ubl'iiu Urothcrs are cordially
Invited lu utleud.
E A DOUTHITT, E. R.
H. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
V7a H'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every -nd nnd 4th Saturday
arcning at 7:30 o'clock in K. of V.
Ball, cor. Fort and Boretanta. VI.lt
l&t brntherr cordially Invited to al
ien!. F. M. McQREW, C. C.
n, a. jacobsen. k. n. 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
' , "SO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
'.xretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. M. McCOY, W., Prest,
H. T. MOOr-E. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M,
MeeM every first nnd third Thurs
day of end' month nt KnlghtB of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
L. A. PEnitY, Sachem.
K. V. TODD. C. of U.
We arc 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
King and Fort Sti.
I Phone 131.
ifiT"mrvrriii..tf i.iimiiMii wi
'MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
h KEYST0N2-ELGIN WATCHES
' f INOERSOLL WATCHES
At All WatcMealers.
., Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts.. Honolulu.
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
'. MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Building, Fovc St.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Eullotin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Jr ', '.A
A Skin of Beauty is a Jay Forever
DR. T. FELIX GOIKAUD'S OMNTAL
CREJIH OR MAGICAL, BGAUTIFIEH
Knirti Tin, nmjljs
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tb UUltJ SUi, UrtDkd Wtl Caropt
This is unquestionably the best
"visible" writer on the market to
dny. We do not make this claim in
the nature of a boast, but with all
sincerity. We can convince yon of
the superiority of the Smith-Premier
if you will call.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Younu Bide
No butter equal to
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Agents for F. Thomas Cleaning 61
Dyeing Works, S. F.
FRENCH LAUNDRY, Phone 1491.
U Bla U for aonttaral
IriiUllooa or uicrUou
of ran com mambruiM
FiIqImi, at not utrio
Cent or iwltonou.
ftoU by DranUtl.,
Clrculftt mdc oa rMOtgt
the ONLY table drink. Manufac
tared by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
Means you can get us by that tele
Jewelers and Watohmakers.
Come and learn particulars at
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania St., Opp. Sachs'.
Made up in all' styles.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
Edward Everett Hale
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.,
Fort and Merchant fits,
BERETANIA ST., NEAR ALAKEA.
Fine Cakes and Ice Cream.
Rolls and Buns Fresh every morn
ing. CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
Mrs. E.M.TAYLOR I
THE FLORIST. HOTEL YOUNO Bid.
JJSJT BULLETIN ADS PAY
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RnTKttVtllS CHtMlg ICO.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin malies Its own
scratch pads, makes them good and
big and sells them for iWd cents.
A ladles' gold natch has been lost,
Sou classified nds.
John R. Uergntiom, piano tuner and
repairer. Formorly with Uergstrom
Music Co. P. O. Box 40. Phone B81.
John ltiMilnirn. n traveling man. Is
reglstorod nt'tha Yoiiiir hotel! having
returned from the othur Islands this
morning on tho Clntidlno.
Heavy lain fell at W.tlklkl this
morning' nnd, the 3treams weru all run
nlng'strong nnd the car lino In places'
under water.1' '
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing; SO cents at JMi 1
C, A. McDonald, of Iihalna, Maul,
IsTeglsteied at thu Young hotel. Iiav-
Iiik arrived on the'Clamllno this morn
ing. ' '
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
ind preservative properties California
Feed Co., ngMS.
L. Welmholmer. mannger of Pioneer
Sugar Company, came In o nthe Claud
Ino this morning nnd Is registered at
the Young Hotel. '
Tho lumber schooner Manila, which
his been unloading a little of her lum
ber nt the font of Fort street, has
moved over to tho railroad wharf.
Try some of tho Vienna Bakery's
Boston brown bread and Boston baked
bonns. Will be dollvcred to residences
upon telephone, order. Call up 197.
On the City diamond today tho New
Yoik team of baseball players defeat
ed the Chicago nine by u score of 7
to 1. Thero was a good attendanco
ami tho hoys showed good form.
Oahu plantation dividend has been
reduced to ono and one-half por cent.'
Ewa will pay an extra In August and
the Walalua dividend has been In
creased to three-fourths of one per
Wide-awake agents wanted for
goods that sell; $5 starts you in
good paying business. Write for
particulars to Wolseo Mfg. Co., 1-2
Park Row, New York.
it is reported today mat Joseph Aca,
of the County Clerk's office, who has
been Very 111 with typhoid pneumonia
for tub weeks, la slowly improving,
and thero nro hopes that ho will re
Fanny Strauch and P. E. R. Strauch
her husband, have tiled a petition In
tho Circuit Court asking for the parti
tion of property at l.eleo of which she
Is Joint owned with K. Hoonh'i Kllla,
Tho Actophone at tho Gem Theater
was tried out this morning and thu
results were most hatlsfactory. Tho
volume or sound Is much greater than
tho ordinary gramuphono and thu
voices aro well brought out.
Crossmnn Brothers, among the larg
est dealers In seeds In the United
States, acknowledge tho receipt of the
Promotion Committee's circular let
ter In regard to nn opening In Hawaii
for a commercial plant and seed nurs
ery and state that they a'ro greatly In
terested lu tho proposition and hope to
bo nblo to arrange to Bond out a re
resentutlvo to look tho field over be
Baker tho Bigamist linn not vet
been applied to tho labor question nt
his bpardfng house and Landlord High
Sheriff Henry stated this morning
that tho Court's advise will bo await
ed on tho matter. Baker will prob
ably bo requested to do a little "grind
ing" tor Ills Health's sake and dlscl
liuo according to tho rules or tho In
stitution. a m
AND ' ' -
Qood saddlo horse lu lor sale. Ski
Lady, oxpert seamstress, wunts sew
ing by tho day. See classified ads.
Oet two yards of cotton or linen for
tho price of ono ut Ehlers Remnant
Sale, beginning Monday at 8 o'clock.
Thero is no soda water In town to
equal that mode and sold by Benson,
Bmlth & Co., Ltd., at the corner of Ho
tel and Fort streets.
Think how quickly you can get In
touch with your business associates on
the otlier Islands If you use tho Wire
less, The rates are low.
Many flno new records for tho Vic
tor Talking Machine Just received by
Bergstrom Music Co, These aro all
July records and entirely new. Call
and hear them. Victors sold on easy
Tho Honolulu Wire Bed Co. wants
a good cabinet maker and will glvo
him a steady Job. Citizen or ono el
igible to bo a citizen. Inquire, Btoro In
Kaptolanl building. Corner King and
Orey hair mattresses at wonderfully
low prices this week at Honolulu Wire
Bed Co., corner King and Alakea
streets. Also a large stock of tho
celebrated "citizen mado" Bailey wov-
cn-wira mattresses, uet our prices.
That there's quality In Ourrey'a
framing Is well known to tho many
people who have their framing done
th,ero exclusively. If you have pic
tures to bo framed tako thorn to Our
ro'y's and you'll get framos to suit
Whenever you have occasion to send
money away you can do it easily ond
cheaply through The Bank, of Hawaii,
Ltd., corner Fort and Merchant
streets. Money orders Issued for
amounts up to 100 and regular'bank
drafts for more than (hat amount.
i ' -"
King Edward, tjueen Alexandra
and Princess Victoria wore tho
guests ut a dinner and dance, given
by the American ambassador and
Mrs. Wultelaw Hold."
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE.
SPAIN RIOT RULED
BARCELONA, July 2S. Many women mid ihlld.ieii have been
killed In the rioting. Warships have been iirdcu-d here. .Many reserv
ists have crossed the fioutler to nvold service In Africa.
MELII.t.A, July 2S. After haid lighting tho trlbeimcn have been
MADRID, July 28. Spain Is seething wllli revolt. Tio govern
ment has ordeied the gnernor8 or provinces to crush thu lusmiectlnn
at any cost and w'ithoiit pity. Artillery will lie used to demolish bur-rlcadrs.
WASHINGTON, July 28. Wind
taking his final cross-tountry night.
WtAVn nJueL QualitynndQ
Draying, Express and
ucnem uonfracting. u, w.
JA'S. W. PRATT, rELBf.g.0S5s,
120 Merchant Street, adjoining Stangenwald Building.
Real, 'Estate for Sale and Lease
CITY AND SUBURBAN LOTS. FARMING LANDS.
Should overythlng go well, a' pub
lic concert will bo 'given on board thu
German bark Nordsee, Captain Pelts
melrr, which arrived this morning
from I-ellli, i
This does not mean, however, that
the Hawaiian baud will play there, hut
that tho ship's hand, which is consid
ered one of tho best that ever visited
this imrt will give a musical treat to
I ho wuterfronters. The public, of
course, Is also welcome.
-mo conreri mu ue gix-u on Biiimuy
afternoon on board the. ship, now tied I ,lt AIliMt(. ,.alk ln fulnr.
up to the railroad wharf, where sho i Tl0 le.lfim (,r ,,,,, mimk.7s rwKa.
will begin to dlschargo her cargo ' ,,,, a Bal, , ,)0 , ll(.culinl r ,ho
consisting of 1900 cases of liquor and, ,,,,, liU ,1(.rmri., ,.,Hl SllmUy
general merchandise. - I w,(11 ht, , A v H ,,1,.,,.,, , )mu (lf
Sho made thu trip from Lolth In 131 , Ul we, kmm. Um,,hl,-H ,u(.()n(.
days. The weather was fairly good,' n
and no accident of any description f .. .
"""""is ;N.0.H. RIFLE TEAM .
HAWAII AT LOS ANGELES'
rvi; rrfr. T '. ,
The l)n Angeles reprebeiltatlvo of ,
tho Promotion Committee, Mrs. Frnu-.
ces King Headleo, writes to Secretary
Wood un.ier date of July -1st us fol
'Arriving homo on tho 15th. I found
."1"",' " "'. T lZl L T.Zi ?,r
I met the Honolulu Elks with Mr.
J. S, McCundless. They had headquar
ters at the I.unkcrshlm. They weie
doing considerable boosting. The box
of literature jou sent has Jiibt today
"I have met some meiubors of the
Salt Lako Ulgo und they aro still
hem trying to secure tho charter of
a steamer for tho excursion they ex
pect to arrange. I will furnish them
with literature and "Aloha" buttons
before they leave.
"The first day 1 talked In Assembly
llnlt r ,. ..,. .. i.n..-. .., ......
'""i ' ""' "' " ni'lil, om-uiiii ""J
thrce-qnaiters of an hour and third
day over nn hour, so I told the operut-1
or simply to signal mo when my tlmu
Everything Is In upplo-plo order. Is
tho statement of Temple Burko nt tho
Interviewed this morning ho stated
that things had been going along voryf
smoothly mid tho prisoners had been
snowing exceedingly-good discipline.
""Attempted escapes aro 'numerous,'
ho said, "buo recently wo' havo noth
Ing of tho kind." Evorythlntf Is run
nlng along smoothly, nnd wo huvo ov
ery reason to bo su'tlsded."
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Leeman & Gatty's Original
W. W. AHANA CO.
Wright ft out
Telephone 588. Wood and Coal Stove
1 Quantity the aim.
' - w X1 .
Soil, black or Waianae sand, coral
or rock furnished to fill up depres
sions or build up terraces.
P. M. POND
Kil'JIe I'crn.iiiilc has resigned his
position ns umpire ulili the Oahu
Baseball I eugiio nnd II. Mrllenry, n
I new luijtui ni'lil iliu I iMni) mm in
. Haiti to luue uinplieii n-ill games mere
r.,r w ,..ru m .i ,i,,. ,,.i..i ,
Colonel Jones of tho N. (1. II, has
Dually te tiled on thu team In repre
sent Hawaii ut Iho Nntlonal shoot at
Camp Perry. Captain Ciimmlus finds
' "i" ), !'.'. ."m" I" .!,1?.I!?.IJ!"
iii;;;.,ui"a ehane-o'on enia'""
I 'ibe team, otherwise. Is the same as
piilillshed in Hie Bui lot in last
week, Colonel John W. Jones, Ad
jutant (icncral. is team captain; Col
onel Charles V Zlegler, 1st Infantry,
teiini i-pullcr nnd .Major William It.
Riley team coach.
, Tho older, No. y, accompanying the
list of inai'ksmoii Is us follows:
"Tho olllcurs nine enlisted men
named In this order will leivo Ilnno
lulu far Sail Franclbco on thu stcnui
ship l.urlliio on or about August 3.
1909, nnd proceed from tlioro to Camp
Perry, Ottawa County, OJilo, return
ing to llonolul uas poim ns practicable
after tho completion of tho Nntlonal
Tho travel enjoined Is
necessary lo tho service.
"Colonel John, W. Jones, United
States disbursing oincei- for tho Ha
waii Mllltlo, Is authorized to piovldo
all necessary transmutation, pay and
slibklsteiico for Iho rlllo leuin on lis
tour of iln'y, lu conformity with Oen
oral Orders No. 119, Wur Department,
Apiil 12, lliuU mid tho Regulations of
tho War Deiiirlment governing tho
"By ordj-r of tho (loenior.
"JOHN W. JONES.
"Colonel nnd Adjutant (Jeneral."
Auditor lllrknoll pnd his clerics aro
nani at work on tim payroll for county
and city employes, and tho Auditor
says thut tho ghost will walk "mho"
on July 31 which will b0 g news
to those Interested,
Ulom has taken fiom tho custom
liouso a quantity of linen sheeting, pil
low ensing nnd table damask which
lie will put on sale next Monday
JlHe. J&jk. 'Il. A1.J
IN FOREIOH PORTS
Thursday, July 20.
UKliONDD AiiIvimI July 1!S
Scln. Unbolt I.ewerM. limn llll"
YOKOHAMA SJlled July 2!: .
H, S. Siberia, for Honolulu.
IIAVIOTA Siillld July 28:
H. S. W. M. I'orler. lor Honolulu.
' Wednesday, July 23,
HAN FRANCISCO-Salled Jul) 2S:
H. S. Illl'iiilnti, fur ll( lulu.
YOKOHAMA ArrUod July S7:
H. H. Asia, henro July 17.
NIJWCAHTl.f: Sailed Juy ili:
Schr. Admiral, for Honolulu.
I WATERFRONT NOTES
'THE CI.A11DINK, icluriilng :riun
Hlhi mid way pints this morning
37 lings, t unto. II packages hides, 212
smutty package. She will sail agnlu ,
tomorrow afternoon nt f u'rlook.
THE AXir.ItlCAN.HAWAllAN com-
iiany's freigliter Arlzoiinn Is exiiected
In arrive from Norfolk on or about
August 20. with lD.OOil long tons of
roal for Iho naval stallon. Tlie coal
will lie used liy the fit t-L due horn
sonio time In Sepleinbei.
Till: SCHOONER Aloha, which
sailed f i om Hail' I'r.ilirlsoii for llei
Sound, will take on general e-irgo
thero before coming to Honolulu. Shu
Is expected to begin loading nt T.i
eonia Mill, July 20.
THE RTEAMKIt I'olnmlilan. whirl.
Iius been hndlug sugar al Kahiilui,
salleil esterday uftoriioou for lllld to
tako on moro sugar, bofoin proceinlln;;
tako on moro sugar, heroin proccodlnjt
to S.illua Cruz with a cargo of 12.00'
tup Wiiins? i Aim i. ...... Ai..., ...
......... .v.., ...,..,, ,,..,,. it.
ilirlin fi-niii Hi, i Ilrlii.it tiimiirrriiL. .... t
not today. Last iiIeIh she wlieleseed
to tho local iigeutn, ghlng her posl.
lion as 'J.'o lillle.t to the weslward.
THE W. II. HAM., whli h nrrlwd
yestcitlay iniiiiilug fioiii Kiiii.il. will
lenvo this afternoon nl r o'clock, with.
pasrengeri, mall nnd enerul cargo.
NEW MATRON FOR
The dlris' Industrial School on Kli A
stieel lias a new matron, Mlis filar
ritt has been npixiluted In llll tho vac
ancy mado by (lie leslgiialliui of Mr..
Dexter, who recently icslgned.
Mlsn Hlnrrllt was fiirnierly matron
nl Kakiiako Mission and Ii.ih Iiwii no
the lu Pahima M'ttlemeiit woik. .She
hill! had a great tlejl of expeilenco In
HiIh kind of work mid comes woll
qualified to till her new position,
According to Speclul Older No. 1 I
which was Issued by Colonel Jones
(his morning, Second l.leiilemiut
Hopkins Is promoted to tho position
of Captain In thu X. (I. II., with
rank from July 13, 1909.
Lieutenant Colonel Short will be
Acting Adjutant (Icncral of Iho N.
O. II. during the absence of Colonel
Jones on tho mainland.
LIEUT. MOSES LEAVES
Another chango has been mado
among Iho staff officers nt Cmnp Very,
nnd the latest is (lie detaching of Lieu
tenant Motes, who iccclved orders by
cabin yesterday to join the Mailiio
guard nbcurd tho cruiser Pennsyl
vania Lieutenant Moses will leave on tho
Siberia for San Franc Isco. No nii-
poliilment of iidjutiint will bo mado
until ufler his depirtiitc. it Is belloveil
thill Captain Robanls, now on duty
at Norfolk, will bo ordered lo Hono
lulu to replace Captain Syuder. who Is
Thursday, July 29.
Tcniperalures (, u. in, (!9; 8 a. in,,
73; 11) a. in., 7f; noon, 75; nioiiiliig
nl ii I lull in. OS.
Barometer, s u. m 30.0S; nlisolute
Jiunilillty, S u. iu H.II7 grains uer
cubic foot: lelalho bunil-Jlty S n. in,.
70 per cent; dew point. 8 ii, m !.!.
Wind 'J u, in., velocity I. I'.lircilou
N, E.: S ,i. in., velocity .', dlrecUon
E.: in ii, in., velocity S. dlieclliin K.j
noon, vuloclty 12. dlrecllnn NE,
lliilufiill during 21 hour ended 8 n.
Ill . .21 Inch.
Total wind movement dm lug 24
lior.iB ended nt noon 178 mllo'i.
AVM. 11. STOCKMAN.
Hcttlon nireclor. U. 8. Weather lliiiemi
II. D llowimiii mid family nro leg
Istered at Iho Hawaiian hotel mid in
tend staying somo weohs In tlio clly.
Quito n iiuinber of Iho Mongolia
stoM)vor passengers miido Ihu dip
to tlu- Pall yt.slciiluy add u large
crnwil Indulged lu Biuf tiding ut Will
klkl. .Iiiiuch McKeiulo. the well known
lino uuiteio nnd soccer player. Is raj,
Idly lecnverlng fiom tho Injiiiy lo liL
Kllf.ll WHICH 110 VIIBlll UCI Oil .11 V B III
.1 t. . - -
i in- iiiiuch HKiiuibi iiniiniiuu
I leiM Clmenco Lyman, I'lmtlh Civ
uliy Urn Hint of Iho family to giadu
nto fiom West Point, has heim ord
ered to tako a special cntiiro nt the
Mciiinted Senlco School, Foit Itiloy,
fiom October 1 to Deceinbei 21.
fSSf BULLETIN Ana PAY
id VAJii' vtf
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brought the following rurgo: 3C3 lugrt " " '"" '"".' "", "' ,,,,.,,,,! '. ,r,
if mr.ii- -n U;, i,ni-iinr 4ii li-ira llme' being that ol thj meridian of 15f
nn v'hotti s ' eases I m 10 c rds ' tt!rees 3U ,""1Ute,, Tl u tlme wuUlle
1 y r l,,H' .. , "?. '' ,c.l" blows at 1:30 p. in, which is tho same
nijiMI. "t.iuu I tx, ..ilia imiiifi, imiiov.
; 1 1 s li-f luS s Mo,n
3 J .a 5 M Mill
a Ei? -? s " sen
I v. . a. m 1' . Srtl
'.V. A Al
a 11 .'ii; looi :i
. tl C 4H
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1 .'I I 'J I A .11 V U'i A XI
n.m. I l
'.'ull i; a is vn; r. :ci r, n-i
,l I i '
i ui.l 1 ti -0.110 lu 6:il r, :n
.1 .11 a.1 s 7 M 10 l) .1 ni t. :w
jwsi aai s ii ii us .ir.i c:i;
Full mnuu Aug, 1, at 1 0 : 1 :l a. m,
llaWUlldll StltlllldlU lllllU Is 1U UUUia
ub (Ircenwlch, U liouru 0 minutes. 'Sun
iuiJ moon aro for local time for tbo
Thursday, July 29.
Stmr. Cliuullne, llenuelt, froui llllo
mid way pints, :i:3(l a. in.
I tier. bk. Nonlsc, I'ulsuiclrr, from
I.ellh V n m
WeillieHihy, July 2X.
P. M. H, H. .Mongolia, Mm Inn, for
Orient, t p. m.
T. K. K. H. H. Muncliu Mam, from
. YnKohaina! ,,,.'
' puc T
T. K. K. S. H. Klpixin Mam. from
Kttlll. Mllllll I 1 f ,, llii).)ri:iiii fr,iit
Kan Knna polls, a. in.
' . '
Per stmr. (!l.iiidliie, lU'iiuett,- from
llllo and way oils. July 2!'. J. I'.
Child, Dr. J. Wet bill It MlhB Weddlek.
Miss Dlelnck, Rev F, H. Scuddor, J.
Hcpirhrn, .Mlrs M Kokuewa, M. K.
Olsuhii, K. Klmiiru .Miss N. K'nmii,
Rev .1. II. liana, ltl-v. J. K, Keklpl,
MIpk I.. I.1111I, Master J. C.ithcait. Miss
I.. Whitfor.1 Miss II. K. Pa, MIss'E.
Akloiin, Mlaa McCarlhy, Itov. S. Shi
iiiamiirn. I. Kuhiislilma, .Mrs. Nahaole
lu.i. I ililldiuii nnd Forvant, C. R. Lath,
nip. E. Whitman, lloso Otis. Aniiln
Otis, Mrs, Hunan. Miss A. Kiilllpiml.
Mrs. J. M. IXivHclt. Mlsa A. Dowsett.
Musters DiiWHOtt (2), C. A. Mclmmilil,
I. Wolnzlielmei- A. V. Peters. II. (lor
man, Chan:; ('boy. K. Hhliota, A.- II.
Iliiilrou nnd HI deck.
Per M. N. S. H. l.urlliio. for San
Francisco. Aug. 2. A. W. Morse. Mrs.
Morse. Atljl. (ion. .1. W. Jones. .Mrs.
Jones nnd child. Mrs. John Wntt und'
child. Muster Wull. E, W. Russell,
Mrs. Uustcll, C. (J. MurasUy, Mrs.
Murasky, Col. J. II, Fltdicr, .Mrs. Flrh
or, ("apt, A. W. Necley, Mrs. Neeley.
Di. Jelling. Mrs. .tellings, S. (J. liir-
iiock, .virs. limidock mid 2 children J.
J. Carden. Jr., W. T. Canlcn, Col, v.
W. Zclglu:-, Mnjor W. It, Riley. Major
(lustav ltoso, J. F. Funlon, l)r. Saw
yer. II, 11. lleckwllh, Mrs. Ileckwltli.
.Miss Julia McStoclsor. Miss I.ytlla Mo
Stnckcr, E. E, llartello. Mrs. llurtel!e
Ed Inghiim. Rev. John Ilensbnll, W (1
Scott, Mrs. Scott, MIfh M. E. Turrell
Miss C. Walker, MIssM. C. Alexander.
Mlks Edna Henry, J. C, l-iss, Mrn"
Fot-s. Mrs. M. I). Prime, Capt. Chun."
N. Coslu, l.leul. Luther, A. K. Eviitn,
Cant, Edward HopkliiH, Sergeant Jo
(louvcln. Sergeant Dudlu K. lmon,
Sergeant Thomns J. K. Kvans. Ser
geant Joso Forrelrn. Sergeant Wlllluiu
Iliilhul, Heigeunl John Stone, Hur
gennt Clias. K, Htlllnian, SerguniK.
Miiuticl Hllva. Sergeant Aloxniidei
.May, J. If. Myntt.
Per Etiur. Claudlno, Bennett for
Muni and llllo, July 30, fi p. m.Mhu
M. II. linker. C. A. McDonald, A. E.
Caller. Mini J. Pierce, II. I,. Chase. I),
If. Lewis, MIb lieno DaWdson, Miss
Agnes Alexander, W. C. Emeiy, Rich
aid l.llley C. E. Copchnd and wire.
Per stmr W (5. Hull, Thompson, for
Knral. July 29. J. M. Udgalu uml
wllo, F, Crawfmd, Dr. Piillmnn, Mb.s I
Ijoliro. Ml'. F.ijv, A. C. Robinson, Dr.
Hiiddy, M isler Andeison, Mrs. Anilni-.
Kin, A. If, Rlcoy C. A. Rice, MNh
RUSH OF PATIENTS.
Slnco Iho turning oer of lb0 cnrt
of tho Indigent hick In tho Qucimi'h
llospllul in (he Coimly, tberj him beon
a insh or iippllcunts at Iho olllcn of
Dr. Mackall. und also nt thu liospifd
by peopU. who mo undor "ho Impres
slnn that lh(iy cun bo cured for ut the,
county's e.xpunso on tho slightest claim
Charles A, Rico and A. II. Itic,
In town mid mo looking met i,(l ,,,,.,
Elluallon, Tho former has Jiift r
turned from the Coast whom ho undo
i'oiiil puichnsoH In (In, w-,iv ; e..'
niomilH fo- polo.
John D, Rockefeller lint raised tho
totul of his girth to the general edu
cation hounl to 153,000,000 by
contributing $10,000,000 which win
' , '' ' ' C'C'IU "r t,' l"Mll,:
"'" ""K. .
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor. $175, Complete.
THE CHARLES D. WALKERS BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St., opposite South St. ,
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