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BVfiNlNOBttLLKTIM. HONOLUM), T. It., TilUtlSDAY ANO. B. 1909. ,
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Oceanic First Denree.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
All visiting member ot the
Order are cordially Invited to
tttend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY. LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. I.
Meets 4vrry Monday evening at
1:30 In I. O. 0. F Hall Kort Street.
V. 11. HENDRY, SecreUry.
1 D. WICKU, N. ti.
All visiting brothers vary cordially
OAHU LODOE, Ko. 1, X. ot t.
Meets every first and third Frl
lay evening at 7:30 la K 6t P. Hall,
corner Fort and Ueretanls. Visiting
Brothers cardlally Invited to attend.
Y. I.. NUGENT, C. C.
It. GOSLINQ. K. R. B.
HONOLULU LODGE 016. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 616, n. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday overl
ing. Vlbltlns llrothcrs aro cordial!)
Invited to attend.
V. A. DOUTHITT, E. n.
II. C. UAS10N, Sec'y.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.off.
Meets every ind and 4th Saturday
renlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot V.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McQItEW, C. 0.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. R. S.
10N0LULU AERIE 140, JF. 0. X.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKD
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
1:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
Jand. W. M. McCOY, W., Prest,
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. K. M.
Meets every Drst and third Thurs
dajs ot each month at Knights ot
Fjthlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially InMtcd tonttunl.
I... A. PERRY, Snchcra.
11. V. TODD, C. of II.
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind yon.
Lehnhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sti.
ife " MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
i.nyt, KEYSTONE-ELGIN WATCHES
At All Watchdealen,
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
,Cor. FORI and KING Sts . Honolulu.
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY "
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Buildinfr, Fort St.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Captain Corn In P. Hoes, command,
nut of the imnl teuton, m receipt
of a h tier from Ailt.ilral Hcbrcc stat
ing that his fleet will he here nn oi
nhnut Soptcmlior 15. The Admiral
asked that preparation he made for the
coaling of Hip ships upon their arrival.
It was ,-oportcd In the mainland
new spiers that thu fleet will make a
record run fiom Iho States.
11111,11 SELLER UF
BOOZE FORFEITS BAIL
V Take, who, was arrested for
telling liquor without a license, de
posited bonds for $100 jesterdav,
but failed to nppoar In court this
morning when his name was called.
The case wait n dead open and
fcluit out1, and Take evidently
thought there was no use In trying
to defend It. Take Is the proprietor
of n Japancso restaurant, and In
spector FcnnoII got wise to the fact
that rake was being sold thore rn
lio gulwi of hot tea.
Accordingly the Inspector sent an
tifflccr to t ho restaurant, and that
Individual succeeded In purchasing
some sake nnd was I". the act ot
drinking It when the Inspector ar
rived on the scono.
rcnncll sas that Japanese res
taurant owners arc becoming very
careful about selling sako, and they
arc handing It out in tea pots and
other Innocent looking receptacles
Instead of bottles, i -.
Dr. D. 1 Wnll. nhn itmvn nn nntn.
rttr.l.tlA .n 1-n .. tnli... In at.l.n nf .tin '
law against using that road at present,
was up bcfnro Judge Andrado this
morning, and on flooding guilty was
troatcd to a suspended sentence of
William Marr, wio was charged with
assault on n small child, was this
morning discharged from custody,
tbeYn being nn evidence against him.
A bunch of offenders ngnlnst the
llcenso laws wero up In court this
morning, and their offenses ranged
from having no licenses, to having
them, but falling to post them where
they can bo seen. Taknkl, who has
been running n hotel without n license,
had to pi a flno of J50 nnd thrco
other merchants, Kim Tin Wo, Taka
waguclil and T. Ota, wero fined 125
each for similar offenses.
The joungest desperado, so far. In i
Itila ettv lu Allinrt fnnnnra uhn llm I
at Knka.iio. Tliu lad is accused pf
entering the lioiifo of Dill Iarscn and
stealing n hugo revolver with which
ho Intel) led starting nut In a whole
sale way as a hold ifp man. Chief
I.cal, however, got word of tho affair
and milckl) had tho lad In custody,
Albert had engaged a comrade named
Htnla Kcohokll, and one of tho pair Is
said tn have stolen a pair of pants
and $20 from a room at tho rear of tho
Palm Cafo. Tho small boy will bo
sent along ( tho Juvcnllo Court nnd
tho other lad being over eighteen
5 cars of age, will aprcar In tho Police
John Alcmlda and Albert McKln
non, who stole two revolvers, aro two
of tho Portuguese who arrived Trom
tho coast KOtno little, ttmo back. They
appuarcd lu court this morning and
as they said they were rcturnlngxto
the Coast, wero given a suspended sen.
teneo of thirteen months.
I'lve expert boozo artists named
John Oliver, Mnnuhoa. Moko, Lima
and Kahoalll, faced Judge Andrade
this morning, ami a sorry lot they
looked; thoyAworo fined amounts rang
ing from $4 tq $7 each.
Td Ingham, who recently resigned
ns the manager of tho Parker ran?h,
left on tho I.urllno vesterday for San
Pr.inclsco, Mr. Ingham goes to Cab
lfoinli to look over tho ranching prop
erty In Tularo Countv recently bought
b) Sam Parker and Governor linker.
Just what will bo dono with tho
property la not jet determined. Mr.
Iiihham may open an office on tho
Const nnd inanagn tho property, or It
may bo sold to snis holders,
Among tho pictures to bo shown
tonight at the Orpboum Is ono en
titled Cavalry Maneuvers, In, It is
depleted feats of horsemanship that
seem well nigh Impossible. The
picture b tho most wonderful ever
shown hero. The other pictures to
bo seen aro nlso new and ncvor ex
hibited hero before. Tonight tho
wbolo bill will bo changed. The
uftcr-plo'co. Is a ono-act musical
comedy entitled "Foiled Mashers,"
This skit Is ono scream from begin
ning to end. Order your" sents be
fore dinner, so as to be sure and
get good oitos, as tho house. Is usual
ly sold out by 8 o'clock.
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Style and . Pit
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tho I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n makes Its own
scratch pads, makes them good and
big and sells them for five cents.
Oct jour hat cleaned at the Leading
Hat Cleaner, 1164 Fort street.
K O Hull A Son have just rocclvcd
a shipment of the latest Heading
Standard motorcjclc? by tho Hllonlnn.
Call andisce them and got a catalog.
Coat your Iron roofa with "Arabic"
You wlllv'bo surprised at its coollnj
hnd preservative properties California
Feed Co , agxnts. ' ,
Tlio 'Royal Annex' bar will rc'opcn
Saturday evening, August 7, under tho
management of Dick Sullivan and
Jerry Coktr, Bverybody Is cordially
Invited to attend.
Tho Committee on Visiting Con'
grcssmen will soon hold nnothcr nieot
Irig to formnlato plans for tho enter
tnlnment of tho unions whllo In thol
Tho Hawaiian Entomological Society
will meet Jlils nf ternoon Jtv tho ento
mological rooms of tho Hawaiian Sug
nr Planters' Association experiment
Now Athletic underwear, ,D. V. I) i
goods.j new shirts nnd pajamas, In
light 'weight and pretty' colors. A
flno lot of new suitings at Yea Chan
& Co.'s, King nnd fiethcl street.
Professor Dinning, tho Interpreter,
sas that the Japanese have on excel
lent svstcm of shorthand, and have
taken nil of the records In tho present
strlko cipo to bo used for further ref
erence. Judge Wm Werner of Hanalcl, ono
of tho HnwAllBnn delegates to thu
World's Christian nndeavorcrs' Con
ference In St. Paul, returned ) ester
day on tho Hllonlnn. He Is bonked to
leavo for his home on Kiu.M tnd.iy
V Owing to tho bringing of sttlb
against the delinquents in sewer
rates ' by Deputy Attorney General
Sutton $5450 25 has been collected.
Many of tho suits aro settled boforo
they get n ell a nee to come up In court.
Prlv'ntes of the National Guard, do
not fall to attend tho smoker at tho
shooting gallery tonight, A good tlmu
has been provided. Music, games, re
freshments. Ilcglns nt 7:30. All pri
vate of tho National Ouard nro Invit
ed nnd expected.
A four-cj Under Runabout auto Is for
sale. Sce'ad, this Issue.
You can secure delightful, cool, mo-squlto-proof
rooms and board at Mrs.
Mcponald's, Punnhou street.
Keep your body well and strong by
drinking tho great good buvcrage
Prlmo, tho beer that brewed to suit
Passtngers for S. S, Siberia arc re
quested to get their baggage to the
wharf early by the City Transfor Co.
(Jas. II. Love). Phono 152. '
Ask your grocer for the famous
Helm goods. They aro tho purest and
best In tho market. There aro 57 va
rieties of good things for tho table.
A now shipment of the popular Cen
tennial's Dest Flour has just been ro
cclvcd by Henry May ft Co. This
flour Is the strongest nnd best made
for family use. It requires Icbs flour
to accomplish fho samo or bettor ie
suits. Phono 22,, ., .
WELL KNOWN MAN ' -
R. L. Scott, a well known resident
ot theso Islands for many yoars, died
at his homo at Kaploianl raik this
morning at about 1 o'clock. Ho wnu
formerly an actor and was I'aincim all
ovcr'tho United States tor his partray
at of tho part of Olo Olcson In tho play
ot that namo,
Mr. Scott at ono time was In chargo
ot tho llllo hotel, and later vfaa en
gaged In business In this city. Ho
was very popular among all thoso who
know- him and his was a congenial
Tho deceased, had been III" for tho
past couple of months, and was being
attended by Dr. Collins. Tho funeral
will movo at 3 o'clock today from the
Williams undertaking parlors and tho
Interment will tako placo at.Nunanu
street cemetery,. Mr. Scott was about
CO years ot ago.iund lately had been
employed at the Moana hotel.
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Bulletin Business Office Phone 29S.
Bulletin "Mitnn1 'Room Phone 1M.
Deslrublo mosqulto-prdof rooms and
board for gentlemen. "The. Muc
donald" Now llungalow, Puna
Four-cylinder runabout, In first-class
condition, Royal Hawaiian Gar
age. r v' I K P ' .
W. W. AHANA Co!
02 South Xing St,
City Transfer .Co.-
JAS. H. LOVE.
SAM FRANCISCO, August 4, 'General 'Manager Schwcrjn of the
Pacific Mall Steamship Company sullsWor Honolulu on the Korea.
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SKAOWAY, August 4. The American torpedo boat Paul Jones to
day struck n hidden reef In tho Peril Sfralts nnd reached hero In u
sinking, condition. Two' holes were punchcd InOicr. starboard platen.
Temrorary repairs have been made hero," ,v
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CUSTOMS APPEAX C0Ur.T. ' '
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WASHINGTON, August 4. The House today passed tho .urgent
deficiency bill, appropriating $1,100,000.
After blttOr opposition, tho provisions for ii court 'of 'customs ap
peals was'allowcd to stand. ' , '
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LOS ANOELES ANNEXES WILMINGTON.
LOS AKGELKS, August 4. "rtie special election o decide whether
or not this city and Wilmington should be consolidated has carried In'
PARIS, August 4.-
jears took place toilnj
SEATTLE'S IMMIGRATION MAN.
WASHINGTON, August 4. Bills
Commissioner of Immigration at Seattle,
TfiT A -si. rI- Quality and Quantity
.Express and A&SFEn
General Transportatton.Excavatlni; and
General Contracting. Q. w.
. W. PRATT,
125 Merchant Street, adjoining
125 Merchant Street, adjoining Stongenwald Building.
Real Estate for
CITY AND SUBURBAN LOTS.
F el itr"
MORI'S ACT SPREADS QUICKLY.
(Continued from Pasel)
lowed. Hundreds of cople Hssombled
on tho docks nt Lahalna and Kahulnl
and pressed thoso on hoard with anx
ious questions. .,
It was learned later that Mori has
been very busy In bohalf ot tho Higher
Wago Association on Maul. Ho has
been scon passing back and forth' on
tho boats often, talking with tho men
on the plantations and collected money
for tho strikers' fund. In fact n prom
inent man on Maul who, hai followed
tho man's movements carefully, says
ho liR3 been the most actlvo worker
for the striking Japancso of any per
son on Maul.)
Mori has tho reputation In Lahalna
ot being qulto smart, nn.d has many
frlonds among tho Anioi leans as well
as the Japancso people. -Ho has 'been
tho official Interpreter for tho Circuit
Court nt Lahalna, and ah such has
always borno a good reputation. Ho
is said to hao a bad temper and when
aroused Is n bad man to fool with.
Great .surprise was expressed on Maul
at Mcrl's act. Ono county official
"I do not seo how'Morl got mixed
up, for ho Is too Intelligent for nn;
thing llko that. If It had, been an
ignorant .man I would not havo bcci
so much surprised."
People do not, howovcr, hcsltnto to
condemn Mori for his 'attempted mur
der ot tho plucky Japancso editor, and
look upon tho act as tho result ot his
froadlng Inflamatory articles in thu
Nlppu Jljl and other papers support
ing thq'.Btrlk'c.' Tho goneral 'feeling U
that tho strlko has been an unforttiu
nto,nffiUr all tho way 'through for bull)
tho Japanese and the planters.
The first pu bile execution held here in fifteen
when n parricide was guillotined.
m i n' i i
Do Driller has been
Telephone 588. Wood and Coal Store
' the aim.
P.O. BOX 4si
Sale and Lease
Said A. Nagashl, a luuu on ono ot
tho plantations: "Strike not good for
us. Duller clans Japaneso not bellovo
In It. .We got good wages hero, good
houses, medicine, hospltnl, much nioro
than In Japan, und wo nro satisfied.
Thero will never bo an) strlko On
Mnul." ' t r
Hundreds of Japanese on Maul nro
Irlendly to Shcbu, and expressed their
profound sympathy for him and his
Itttlo wifo They nsk that tho Hul
lo tin convey to him their sympath)
and woll wishes, Tho fi lends of tho
Higher Wago Association on tho other
Islands nro few, and they aro luko
I Vnrm. None of thepi linvo cjycy been
leKders, mid after the arrest of ila
kino on tho lust chargo preferred by
(ho Government, and 'tho subsonijent
'acts of tho leaders'and that of Murl,
they havo nothing tb say.
SHACK IS BURNED.
A shack, once occupied by Chi
nese, on,tho Walklkl .road was do
Htrojcd I) tiro lust night shortly be
foro 11 o'clock, the alarm having
been turned In after tho blaze had
gained such headway that It was
useless lp attempt to (top It.
Flro Chief Thurston learned tl.nl
the building was unoccupied, und
as jet tho cause of tho lira has not
bcon learned by the flro dcpuitmciil
SCIUKUKI1 In this city, August ?
1909, to Mr. ami Mrs. .A. ScMchcr
a son. '
NUOBNT In thin clty.-Aug. 5, 1909,
to tho wifo of FjR, Nugunt, a son.
f "Is the trongcit and best flour made for family use. It
require 1 flour to the loaf r of bread than -most other
brands, and its uniformity of quality year in and -year out
enables tthe cook to judge accurately how, it will bake.
There's no uncertainty abouC. B. New stock just in.
i HENRY MAY.& CO., Ltd.
' - Phone 22
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wad9day, August 4.
8KATTLK Arrived Aug. 3: '
8. S. Virginian, from 'San Franclcco,
UCKLANI Bulled .Aug. :
Ilk. Katulant, for Honolulu. '
SnATTLB Sailed Aug.- 3r
18. 8. liindcs, for Hmbluju.
BYDNCY Balled Aug.-2! " '
&. S. Makurft, for Honolulu. ,
SAM FRANCISCOArrvcd Aug. 4:
Dktnd. Coronado.V hence July 11.
WATEnFRONT NOTES '
I TUB CLAUDIND. arriving from Hn
wall' and Mnul this morning, brought
36 cords wood; 4S0 railroad tics, 2 mill
rollers, 03 bags paddy, 40 empty Inr
relrf, 1 horao, C hogs, 58 packages
empty bottles. 230 packages sundries
; 1 lot scrap, Iron. ,.
THBlrrCAMKR W. O. Hall will
leave, this, afternoon nt 5 o'clock lor
SALT LAKE PEOPLE
TRV JOJET SHIPS
Mrs. Headlca writes tho Promo
tion Committee under date ot Juty
2G, In part as follows:
"I now have things In regular or
der ngaln. The box ot literature
"1 havo now arranged tbreo of tho
six lectures outlined whllo In Hono
lulu "Hawaii, Old and New,"
"Honolulu and Oahu hj Automobile"
and "Honolulu, Oahu, and n Tour of
,lhe Other Islands." Of course theso
are not yet complete, hut will be Im
proved nnd changed as more of the
pictures being prepared nrn received
nnd utilized. Tho "Aloha" buttons
nro very popular, nnd I shall bo able
to uso a great many o fthem,
"The crowds here nt lecturci arc
quite ns good as In tho spring.
"I had another IntoiVlew with
the Salt Lnko committee, who have
charge ot the excursion to Hawaii.
They nro still trjlng to urrnngo
transportation. If they succeed,
thoy will without doubt take up the
proposition of tho lectures ns sug
gested b you some months ago, as
they are qulto favorable to It. "They
hopa to secure both of thoso flno
new steamships, the President nnd
the Oovornoi, ns they think they
will need both boats.
"Mr. Culver of tho Oceanic Hue
Is enthusiastic; over the prospects of
winter business through the enlarg
ed plan of work for tho season hero.
"I will prepare nt ns early a date
as possible tho two or three twent)-
flve mlnuto talks ui wished to send
out In pamphlet form. Mr. Sirper
returned the slldcs-in good older."
Tomoirow, Friday, ovcnlt)g, tho
nnn-tommlssloncd oflltersjof tho na
tional Guard will hold another ot
their cry eno)nble smokers. (
the last smoker a number" of nun
from Fort Shatter wore" present nn I
added much to the pleasure of the
evening. Tomorrow night tho N.
C. Oh of tho National Guard will
have as their guests tho non-rom-mlHsloned
officers of (ho Army, Navy
a;id Marino Corps who nro stntlonc!
In Honolulu. ' A good progrnm ha
been prepared, and it Is hoped thew
will be n largo attendance both of
tho non-commtsslOncd officers of tho
National Guard und their guests
Tho smoker will bo held In the
shooting gallery on Miller street
nnd will bogln at 7:30. AIIN. (!
Ob of tho N, (1. II. please, consldri
this notlco a fidrsonal Invitation io
It Is stated that the promoter of tho
Ilusslsn Immigration Is very anxious
to have Chief Clerk Mnllivsun an the'
rcpiescfitntlvo of tho Immigration
Hoard to accompany him on tho .quest
for Husslaii 'families. ,
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Last qunifervof tho moon August 8.
Hawaiian aUnd'ard tiuia l'iu.uu.t
i0 minutes slower than Grefnwlcd
lime, bejfag that ot thi morldlan'ot 151
egroas t miuuus 1 1 n ran waiswu
blows at 1:30 p. m , which Is the tamt.
it Oreonwlch, 0 hours 0 uilbutes. Suu
and moon are (or local time for in
Thursday, August C.
Stmr. Cl.iudlno, Ileunott, from Ha
waii iiinl .Mnul, 4:57 n. in.
, iWodncsdiy, August I.
Slmr. Nllhau, for Kuhulul, 4:30
A.-II. 8. S.Toxnn, for Port Allen. 5
Stmr. Claudlnc, foi Maul ports and
Illhi, 5 p. in.
P. M. 8. 8. Siberia, from Yokoham.i,
Stmr. Mnum Kea, from Hllo nnd
vvny porta, n. m.
P. M. 3. S. Siberia, for Snn Trail
Cisco, p. in.
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Per stmr. Claudlnc, from Hawaii and
Mnul portB, Aug. B. Dr. A. Irwin. J.
Mnkla, Mrs. W. A. Anderson, child ami
maid. MrB. A. F. Cooke, Mrs. C. L.
Turner. W. I. Hall, Dio. Mnrtln, Mrs.
A, McCnndless, Jns. Decker, Ud Dick
er, Jos. Decker, II. M. Plcrco, A. .F.
Thayer, wife and rhlld. Miss L. Chris
tiansen, Mrs, Lorcnzen, Miss C. Dan
Iclbon, 8. !:. Lucas, Dr. Pinto, Miss J.
M. Plerco, Miss Arthur, J. 1). Dolo, K.
Huseg.iwa, ,A. M. Fellclru, Jos. Fid
telru, Ai i'ejtplra, Miss M. Fvltclra,
John Foltclfa,' Fraud Fcltelrn, Mls
M. Fcltelrn, Mrs-, rcltcira. Jllsa V.
Feltclrni MIbs K. Wong Kong. Miss M.
K, noslicr, Mrs. Lldgato, Miss It. Iopa,
Mrs. L 11. Klniuons, Master Emmons.
Mrs. Hntsii, 8. M. Knnakaniil. wifo and
child. Wm. nobli, Robt. l.'lllls
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Per stiur.' Claudlnc, Dennett, for
Maul mid Hawaii pmts, Aug. 0, fi p.
tn. N. Constable, wifo and child. Miss
llcldcn, Miss Wodehoiiso, Miss von
Tcnipsky, MISs I, Wodthouse, P. N.
Kahokuoliiua, Miss Dlla Goo Kim,
Miss Annlq Goo Klin, Prof. Alexander
ami vlfo", D, V. Maioloy, S. N. Moses,
.Miss Dulsy glider, Mrs. II K. Wnl
wtaoa, MlnsJlack:ill, Miss Mackall.
Per'stmr WiG. Hall, Thonipson, for
Kauai, Aug. 5, 5-p. 'ni. Wm. Wernci.
Mr. Ferry, 'Sister Albertliia.
"moOth as ij smelt," tho big dredg
er sebw California slid Into tho water
Wednesday afternoon from rtio Dil
lingham ship yard noar tho end of tho
The hull was not n thing-of beauty
compared with somo, except that It
fits perfectly tho pnrt.mappcd out for
it In iho cchemo of Honolulu's prog
less. That sallsflCK all artistic do
niiinds, and tluio Is something that Is
enthuslag about tho plungo ot u
launching shlil whether it Is built f"i
Iho, lino iif buttle or the roar ion of a
Water from Poiil Harbor and
sparkling chanipngno wcio contained
In tho bottles smashed on tho hmv
by Mrs. Erdman, sister of Walter Dll- '
llngham, whorls tho Hawaiian Dredg
ing Conlpanj? About the bow of tiro
cmft wero plctiiresquoly grouped u
guoit iiumboi of clly people and work
men, and a hearty chcor rnllowcd llo
hill 8b It swept down tho ways Into
tho harbor, Work wiib begun this
moinlng lilting Iho dredger with lis
machinery, und when complete It will
bo ono of thu laigest claniBholl drndg
orst In Hie Bumo yurd uio now build.'
Ing two dumpffcowB.-to bo used with
'rlvuto George A. Hcdgcpatli,
40th coast ar,tlllery, U. 8, A was
killed at Fort Monroo by falling un
der n train. He weighed 319
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-0ycle
Motor. $175, Complete. '
THE CHARLES D. WALKERS BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS .
King St., opposite South St, J