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BVENINQBULLET1M, nONOLULTJ, T. II., FRIDAY. JULY 30, 100J,
Honolulu Conunandery Order
of the Temple.
Hawaiian Lodpe Postponed.
AH visiting members ot the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
UAltMONY. LODQE, Mo. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening l
1:30 In I. O. O. F Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
V. D. WICKE. N. O.
AU visiting brothers very cordially
0AHTJ IQDGE, No. 1, X. of P.
lleets every first and third Frl
lay evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort and lleretanla. Visiting
Brothers cordially Invited to attend.
T. I.. NUGENT, C. C.
R. UOSMNO. K. II. S.
HONOLULU LODQE 010, B. F. 0. E.
Honolulu Lod go No. C1C, I). P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Klug
Street, near Port, every Friday even
ing. Visiting DroUiers aro cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. U.
H. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
rVm. H'KINLEY IQIJOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every Ind and 4th Saturday
renlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of V.
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. ,. . P. M. McC-UEW. C. C.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. It. B.
I0N0LULU AERIE 140, F. 0. X.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cornel
8eretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. M. McCOY, W., Prest,
II. T. MOOP-B. Socy.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of caclt month nt Knights nt
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PEKUY, Sachem.
K. V. TODD, O. of It.
We ore 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,
'X MBS. BOSENBERQ.YOUNa HOTEL
At AU Watcbdealen.
"i Agent for He'-vaiian Islands,
Cor. F0BT and KlNd Sts.. Honolulu.
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Building, Fort St.
i..l BnlleHn Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
trJutit, Aiffiir . ,'jmi'
ltn It Resolved. Iiv fhn Hoard of
Supervisors of tlio City nnd County
or Honolulu, That tho mini of two
hundred nnd fifty (S250.00) dollars
bo approprlatr-d out ot tho Ocncrnl
Fund each month, for tho six months
beginning .July 1, 100D, for n dona
tion to tho Hawaii Promotion com
mittee. Introduced by Supervisor Danlc
Dated July 20, 1903.
Thn forccolnc resolution was. nt a
regular meeting of I ho Hoard of Su
pervisors of the City nnd County of
Honolulu, held on Tuesday, July 20,
1900. Massed to print on the follow
ing voto of the s.ild Hoard:
Ayes: Ahla, Cox, Kane, Logan,'
Qtilnn. Tolnl R.
Noes: Alott. Total 1.
Absent nnd lint voting: -McCIel-lan.
I). KAI.AUOKAl.ANr. JR..
Clerlr, City nnd County of Honolulu.
1371 -July 20, 27, 2S, 29, 30.
Scaled Tenders will be received by
tho Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 m. ot Monday, August 9,
1909, for cnlclmlnlnR and painting
tho rooms In tho basement ot tho
Capitol Ilulldlug occupied by the
Public Works and Public Land Of
fices. Plans and specifications nnd pro
posals on flic in tho office ot the
Superintendent of Public Works.
Tho Superintendent ot Public
Works reserves the right to reject
nny or nil bids.
Superintendent ot Public Works.
Honolulu, July 2$, 1909. 4373-3t
TO THE PATRONS OF THE
Dullness houses, patrons ot this
department, nrc hereby notified to
linvo their rubbish and waste ma
terial ready for removal not later
than C a. m. Otherwise It cannot
be disposed of until tho succeeding
Per order, J. II. WILSON,
Supt. Oitrbago Department.
This is unquestionably the best
"visible" writer on the market to
day. Wc do not make this claim in
the nature of a boast, but with all
sincerity. We can convince you of
the superioritv of the Smith-Premier
if you will call. .
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young Bldg.
No butter equal to
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
CLEANING and DYEING
Agents for F. Thomas Cleaning &
Dyeing Works, S. F.
i ' ' '
FRENCH LAUNDRY, Phone 1491.
the ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
Means you can get us by that tele
Jewelers and Watchmakers.
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Berctania St., 0pp. Sachs'.
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresli from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
fc mttmJUiJ ..
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin makes Its own
scratch pads, makes them good and
big and sells them for flvo cents.
J. 0. Quokonmeycf of New York,
registered at tho Hawaiian hotol yes
terday. During the absence of Mrs. E. M.
Taylor Mrs. Nlckclson will havo full
chargo of the store.
Tho officers of tho Lusltana and San
Antonio Societies will havo n baseball
gnmo nt Knplolanl Park on Sunday
Wm. M. McQuald and F. J. Driver of
ilolunloa, Kona, Hawaii, camo In on
tho Mnuna Loa, and aro registered nt
The Detroit baseball tenm met the
Chlcngo bunch today on tho City dia
mond and tho' former team won by a
score or 7 to 3.
The Industrial Edition of .the
Evening Bulletin, wraoDed
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
let in office
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arable."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
L. A. Andrews "Ml bo the official
scorer of tho big league games at tho
league grounds. Tickets will bo on
sale on Monday next at Gunst-Eakln's
Now Athletic underwear, n. V. D.,
goods, new shirts nnd pajamas, In
light weight and pretty colors. A
fine lot of new suitings nt Yea Chan
ft Co.'s, King and Dcthol street.
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 Bow. New York.
Yoklgnwn, editor of the Hawaii Shin
bun, today waived his examination be
fore United States Commission Oeorgo
Davis and wns bound over until tho
nexte term of tho Fcdernl Court on n
Tomorrow nt noon n picked team of
Dullctln newsboys will try conclusions
with tho Olants on tho City diamond.
This will he the final practice panic
before tho competition for tho Hullo
tln cup stnrts up on Monday.'
Quito n number of officer's from
Schoflcld Uarrncks ewro In town yes
terday, and nmong thoso registered nt
tho Young wera Lieutenants Darnnrd,
McCallum and Gronlngcr. Captnln W.
D. Fortyth also wns nt tho hotel.
Tho Moana hotel fish trap, which
tins been missing for tho past couple
of weeks, was located right on tho
edco of the reef yesterday, whore tho
heavy seas had evidently washed It.
There were n number of fish in tho
trap and somo ot them had appar
ently beon there for Mine time.
SOME ROARS HADE
OVER NEW ORDER
Wilson Will Enforce, Pol ice
Regulations On Delin
quents Following tho complaint mado by
tho Merchants' Association regarding
tho removal of garbago from tho main
business streets during tho day when
It was offenslvo to downtown people,
and tho subsequent order Issued by
Knad Supervisor Wilson, for all mer
chants to havo their garbago out ready
for collection beforo 6 o'clock, a roar
has gone up from numerous merchants
who do not feel Inclined to obey the
In any of the big cities on tho
Coast, tho refusal of any buslnosu
man to provide a proper receptable for
garbage, and have It on tho curb at a
certain hour ready for tho carts, means
arrest, with u possible ft no or Impris
onment. Theru Is a pollciS ordlunnco
In force In Honolulu, and should to
closely observed, It the business men
have tho sanitary wcltaro ot the city
at heart. Wilson Intends to follow tho
matter up closely, and asks that all
merchants cooperate with him in tho
collection of garbage. It Is sug
gested that cither barrels bo used or
solid hoppers that will not spill the
debris causing a great deal of extra
BIG PAYROLL FOR
County Anditor Bicknell
Honolulu has u big payroll for to
morrow. All o( tho snlarled officials,
clerks and other employes will draw
tholr checks, from Mayor Fern down
to tho omce boy. All except tho
county and city laborers who wero
paid on July 21 up to that time. County
Auditor Bicknell completed tho pay
roll today, including 387 warrants,
"It was a "great surprise to figure
up such a large amount," said Mr.
Bloknoll, "especially as It did not in
clude laborers, but, the increaso Is
caused by tho various now Inspectors
nnd other officials added by the rocent
ordinances passed by tho Board of
Supervisors." Tho work of compiling
and drawing tho warrants has kopt thp
Auditor and his clerks very busy for
ovei u week,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185,
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE.
TAFT SFTTLED IT
WASHINGTON, July 29. The conferees hnc signed the tariff
bill. The bill will go to the House Frldny and to the Senate on Mon
day. A communication from President Tnft finally brought about I lie
m i m
FIQHTINO TO SAVE SPAIN.
MADIIID, July 29. Tho arm yls hnrd pressed nt Melllla. den.
Marina asks for 70,000 reinforcements. Complete mobilization of the
army has beon ordered, and tho reservists have been called out. All
classes havo been summoned to the colors.
It Is announced that the revolutionists at Barcelona havo been de
feated with heavy slaughter. The (situation there Is Improving some
what. i i m i
RACE OF AEROPLANES.
SEATTLE, July 29. Tho Exposition officials have wired Illcrlot
nnd tho Wrights, offering n $25,000 prise for nn aeroplane rare here.
PAIUS, July 29. Illcrlot will accept tho Seattle offer If the Wrights
will Issuo u challenge.
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CELEBRATINQ WITH WARSHIPS.
NEW YOItK, July 29. Eighty wnrships, tho largest International
fleet ever assembled, participated In tho Hudson-Fulton celebration.
CUBA'S CABINET OUT.
HAVANA. Cuba. July 29. Thi Cuban Cabinet has resigned.
Drayinsr. Express and
Ueneral Transportation. -txctivatintj
General Contracting. O. W.
JAS. W. PRATT,
125 Merchant Street, adjoining Stangenwald Building.
Real Estate for Sale and Lease
CITY AND SUBURBAN LOTS. FARMING LANDS.
Ilomember to ring up levy's for
groceries. Prompt delivery, best goods
and courteous service. Phone 76.
A new ono on that popular "Smllo"
last Is shown on the first page by
Manufacturers" Shoe Co. Tho shoe Is
mado of whito buckskin and tho prlcu
Is only $3.00.
Beautiful stock of English woollen
steamer rugs and flno leather suit
cases now nt Sllva's Toggery. If you
contcmplato a trip this summer now
Is tho tlmu to get theso goods whllo
tho variety Is large,.
Look at tho roof of tho oldost framo
building In Itonohjlu. It Is covered
with Eureka Perfection Roof Pnlnt
tho best root paint made. Bend for
booklet to P. O. Box 03. Theo. II.
Davlcs & Co., agents.
Tonneau and rumblo scats built by
tho W. W. Wright Co., Ltd., will fit
your machine and bo comfortable Ev
erything In tho way of automobile re
pairs nnd new parts except tho en
gine. Tho Tungsten Incandescent electric
lamp for sale by tho Union Electric.
Co., Harrison Block, gives mora light
ana consumes less current man any
lamp on tho market. Call and seo one
Complete now stock of tank ifevclop
crs for plates and films now In nt
Honolulu. Photo Bupply Co. Fort
Btreet below Hotel. Thoso afford bet'
tcr results than tho old dark room
method, even In the hands ol an ex
The space you buy in a newspaper
is only so much raw material. If you
want fo get tho maximum of useful
ness from It employ tho services of
Tho Chas. R. Frezlor Co,, advertising
experts, 122 King street. Phone 371.
Wo do tho largest family wood and
coal business In tho city because wo
have tho best facilities for handling
tho best business and cater especially
to this trade. Try us with an orlor.
Unlon-Paclflo Transfer Co. Phone 58,
'Sachs Dry Goods Co. will bo Cl6sed
all day tomorrow wfille' they uro mak
ing the final preparations for the grand
annual Clearance Salo which begins
Monday morning. This solo will ho
a record-breaker and will uttract big
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Leeman, & Gatty's Original
Manchester and Bombay Kahki
W. W. AHANA CO.
Telephone 088. Wood and Coal Store
nel. Quality and Quantity the aim.
P.O. BOX 4Si
Soil, black or Waianae sand, coral
or rock furnished to fill up depres
sions or build up terraces.
P. M. POND
KAAI To Jnmes nnd Ellen Knal,
Jluy -0, n son.
ItOnELLO Cornelia A Rnbclln, 3
mos., Inly 23, cardiac paralysis.
LEE Cecilia Lee, 8 mos., July 27,
KEKAIIUNA Joo Kckahuua, 08,
July 2S, myocarditis.
WHAT SUVA SAYS
"That Williams Is n pretty smooth
article hut ho'll have to get up early
In Hie morning to beat this chicken,"
said Manuel E. Silva this momlng. Ho
thinks that ho can make nny kind of
statements nnd that he will bo be
lieved. "When Cnjitnlu Sltnonson telephoned
to mo tin- question wns nsked over
tho 'phono 'Is that tho undertaking
inn lore, and could jou come up right
pway.' Nothing was Bald nbnut Wil
liams, and so I wont up right nwny t
When I got thcio I could seo that
something wns wiong1 becnuso Ibuy
wcto talking hoiiicthlng about . Wil
liams. 1 went Into tho other room
nnd 1 nBked Captnln Slmoiihon 'What
hro you going to do In lliu mnlter?'
Ilu referred tho question to his wlfo,
who said, 'Well as Mr. Silva Is hero
ho may uh well do tho work.' Now
that Ih Hie truth."
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record July 2a, 1909, from
10:30 a m to 4:CD p. m.
von Hamm-Young Co. Ltd, to W.
A. K. Mnrkhnm Rel
Orcar J. Otsen to William T. Row-
!)' , ri
Mrs. Josephlno Wider, by Afilt. of
Mtgou., to von Hnmni-Ynung Co.
lid Fore. Affdt
John A. Cummins and wf to Clans
Sprcckels & Co. jt
Frank S. Dodge and wf to Mary C.
Entered for Record July 29, 1909, from
8:30 a. m. to 10:39 p. m.
Suzuki to Sing, Kco us
Emma Notley to John K. Kappall.Rql
Vlco President Sherman, accompa
nied by Mrs. Sherman and n paily of
friends, arrived nt Manchester, Vt.. by
automobile from Ullcn, N. Y. A few
days later Mr. Sherman returned to
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, July 30.
NEWCASTLE Arrived July 2:
B. S. Lord Derby, from Elcule, Juno
OAVIOTA Arrived July 30:
Br S. ItoKcirnuu, II mil Ktiannpnll,
IIONOIPU lArrlved July 30:
Schr. Muriel, from San Francisco.
WlllEI.ESS S. S. Nippon Mnru will
arrive from Yokohama this 6 p. m..
and Ball for San Francisco tomor
row (Saturday) at 10 n. in. ,
Thursday, July 29.
IIEDONDO Arrived July 28:
Schr. Robert Lowers, from IHIo
YOKOHAMA Sailed July 20:
B. S. Siberia, for Honolulu.
OAVIOTA Sailed July 28:
S. S. W, 8.. Porter, for Honolulu.
Frldny, July 30.
Teinpcraturen 0 n. m., 70 8 n. m..
70; 10 n. m., 78; noon, 80; morning
Ilnromcter, 8 n. in.. 30.10; njjsoltitn
humidity. 8 n. in.. 0.179 grains per
cubic fool; rel.it I vc humidity, 8 n. m.,
CI per cent; dew point, 8 n. m., C2.
Wind 6 n. in., cloclly 8. direction
E.; 8 a. m.. velocity 8. direction N. E.; ,
10 n. m., velocity 8, direction K.; noon,
velocity 8, direction N, E.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 :.
m.. .01 inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 219 miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U. S. Wralher riuicau
Tho following wlrelcus wns Ibis
morning ircelvod fiom tho Nippon
Mam, en route to this port from
"Six p. m.. July 29. 320 miles off.
Will reach port 8 p. m. tomonow."
(Continued from Pa? 1)
"They will unquestionably tnlk
over the hlghcr-wngo question,
which Is prcbably tho most Import
ant matter to receive tho attention
of tho dolegates.
"Whllo It Is tine that in case tho j
Mriucrs returned id worn, me wnoic
Japanese pcoplo would bo laughed
ut by tho foreigners, It Is our nlm to
discuss the strike question carefully
mid decide, to do that' which Is light
end beneficial for everybody."
Tho meeting to bo held tomorrow
Is being watched with u great deal
of Interest by tho general public.
Who will iicslilo over the meeting
Is a matter to bo taken up after tho
meeting has been culled to order by
a tempornry chairman, who will un
doubtedly bo u Honolulu nmn.
N'nknnlshl. who ronrrkenlH thn
Knital Japanctic, Is nlrendy In town.
Ho camo on the steamer W. (!. Hall.
It Is said that he Is ono of tho host)
hpeakers that could bo found on tho
The delegates from.Mnul enme In
on tho Clnudlnc. The Hawaii dele
gates will come In on thn Mnunn
Ken. They will bo met nt the wharf
by tho reception commltteo of tho
Japanese Higher Wngo Associations
of Honolulu, Maul nnd Knuiil.
Down nt tho strikers' Intelligence
office on Aula Lnno It was stated this
morning that none of tho cane con
tractors linvo returned to work.
Tho clerks In tho office contradicted
the story which appeared In tho Ad
vertiser this morning saying that nil
tho cane contractors hut ono will bo
back to work nt Wnlpnhu tonight.
They snld most emphatically Hint
the contractors and the strlkeis aro
waiting to hear the conclusions of
tho delegates who will meet tomor
They further said that they had
Intended to hold u mass meeting to
day, hut owing lo the non-nrrlvnl of
Hawaii's delegates, they postponed It
With the nrrlvnl of the delogatcs
from Hnwnil, nil the Important Is
lands will ho represented. Tho del
egates have tho credentials from
their different Higher Wage Asso
ciations. These will bo presented at
tho convention, to bo examined by
the officials of tho Honolulu Higher
Wngo Association, nnd accepted or
Whllo tho meeting Is strictly that,
of the delegates, tho strikers and
thoke lrlcrcsted In tho higher-wage
proposition will ho admitted.
It Is oxpected that the Honolulu
Theater will bo filled to Its utmost
capacity. Sheriff Jnrrctt will prob
ably send a squad of offlccrs there to
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Full moon Aug. 1, at 10:43 n. in.
Hawaiian Btanuard time is lu uuuim
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that ot tho meridian ot 1S7
Jegrees 30 minutes Tt e time whistle
blows at 1:30 "p. m., which Is the same
as Greenwich, 0 hourn 0 minutes. Sun
nnd moon are for local tlnio for iu
Friday. July 30.
Ilk. Fall.i of Clyde, lugalls, trom t!,i
vlnla, 9 a, in.
Btmr. Nocnu, Sachs, from Kllauca,
8:30 n. m.
Btmr. Mnunn I -on, Slmcri-ou, from
Knu-Konu ports, 1:15 a. m.
Thursday, July 20.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai potts.
6AILINO TODAY l
T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Mnrti, for San
Btmr. Clnuillnc, for Maul nnd Ha
Stmr. Llkcllke, Naopala, for llono
knn, p. m.
Stmr. Noeau, SiicIih, for Kauai, J
T. K. K. S. S. Manchu Marit, from
T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Mnru, from
I PASSENGERS ARRIVED I
Per stmr. Mnunn Loa. Sli.ierson,
Itmn Knu-Konsi ports, July 30. It.
fllbblns, AV. Olbblns. T. Horry. 8. A.
Moninrrat and wife. Miss Kukl Wnl-
nil. F. L. Leslie. .1. P. llonaii. Miss (J.
Ilonan, Rev. W. N. Louo, It. Hind, MUn
M. Hind. Miss M. Hind. Miss C. Ixnv.
Mrs. .1. S. Low, Mrs. L. E. Tlinyur.
Mrs. .W. W. Ths.-cr. .Miss S. P. Green.
K. Kalono. C. W. Booth. MIsm T. Mar
con. II. Smith, Jas. Cowim Y. Vnu
Illng, T. J. I)i Ivor, W. M. McQuald.
Mlts R. Silva, Chas. Nnlialo nnd wllf,
I, Mncfuil.ine, J, II. Ralihcrn, C. E.
HayiiCH, A. WiitcrhnUM) F. L. Lam
nii'iiiix Miss F. J. Ho, A. W. Cartel,
Mlrs A. Green.
Per stmr. Nocnu. Sachs, Irom Kl
lauca 8:30 n. m, .Mrs. Tnkaynina, Mr.
Per Btmr. W. 0. Hall, for Kauai
ports, July 29. F. W. Perry. F. W.
Grelg nnd wlfo. Dr. Putnam, Miss I.
Doinii, Miss Fhjo, N. C. RoIiIuhoii, Dr.
Iluddy, Mrs. nnd MnRter Anderson,
A. II. Rice, C. A. Rico nnd Miss Oroto.
Per stmr. Claudlno, for Maul nnd
Hllo porls, July 30. Mips M, R. llakor,
Miss J. Pierce, H. L. Chaso, D. II.
Lowls, Mies Agnes' Alexander, W. C.
Emory, Richard Lllllp, C. E. Copcland
nnd wife, N. Constable, wlfo nnd child.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa Slmsrsoii, for
Kona-Kau porls, Aug. .1, noon. Mrt.
D. K. linker and 2 children, Miss I.lh
lei, I!. I.. Ileal. Z, K. MoyeiB, D. ll,
.Maconiieliie, L. Mucrail.iiic. It. Snillh,
Mrs. J. O. Smith, W. M. McQuald, W.
M. Graham mid wife.
THE MAUNA LOA, returning fiom
Huwnll this morning, brought 152')
baps rug.ir, 19 bags coffee. 34 bags
beans, 18 bags ginger, 4 bales IoImc
co, 39 bunches bananas, 43 cjses pine
apples, S crates slial plants, lfi Inm
cabbage, S barrels pears. 11 t-asei
pears, S Inriols drlow fish. 8 cases
dried fish, 4 kegs butter, 21 bundle i
hides, 13 crates chickens, 2 pigs, 27
hogs, 30 enttlo. 1 dnnkoy, 1 cair, 193
THE OIL SHIP Falls of Clyde. Cap
tain Infills, urilvpd this mprnliig
fiom dnvlnta. bringing 17 200 barrels
of oil, 30 drums of gasoline una other
liquid ninttcr for lh local merchants.
Shu Hindu tho trip In tnolvo days.
Strong trndn winds worn oxpnlenced
Boon lifter sho loft Gavlnlu, Thn lest
of tho trip was fairly good. Captain
lugalls expects to get away tomonow
THE NOEAU nrrlvcd this morning
from Kllanon. Kauai,- bringing 92S
bags rlco, 14 bundles hides, 5 barrels
oil, 13 Biindry packages.
Tho monthly report of excavation
on tho Pnnnmn CannI for Juno shows
a decrcaso of 163,270 cubic ynids,
ns compared with Juno. 1908. The
total excavation wuB 2,89B,783 cu
si?i ! r r ..
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor launch with 4-0ycle
Motor. $175, Complete.
TIIE CHARLES D. WALKERS BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St., opposite South St. J