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BVSN1KQ OPtLETlN. flONOLPLP, T. 1!., MONDAY, AUqSTi29Hfl09.t
Al: visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
Attend meetings of local lodgei
, HAKJ10N LODGE, No. 3, 1 0. 0. B.
Meet ivery Monday evening M
,f:30 lu I. 0. O. F Hall, Fort Street.
k E. 11. HENDRY, Secretary.
1'. D. W1CKE, N. U.
Alt vltltlng brottiira rorjr cordially
OAHU LODOE. No. J, K. of P
Meets ever; first and third Frl-
Jay evening at 7:30 in K. ot P. Hall,
earner Fort and DeretnnU. Visiting
brother cordially Invited to attend
F. I.. NUGENT. C. C.
It. UOSLINO. IC. 11. S.
HONOLULU LODGE G16, B. F. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, 11. P. 0.
Elk meets In their hull, on King
Btifi- near Fort, every Friday even
ing Istlin,; Brothers are cordlall)
lnvlleU to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. n.
II C. E ASTON, Sec'y.
ffm M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meet eifi -ml and 4tb Saturday
evening at 30 o'clock In K. o( V.
Hall, cor Kort and Ilcretnnla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. p. m Mconnw, c. c.
E, A JACODSEN, K. R. 8
EONOLULD AERIE 140, F. 0. X.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month al
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. M. McCOY, W Prest
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. H.
Meots every first and third Thurs
day of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brotheis cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PEimY, Sachem.
13, V. TODD, C. of U.
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind von
Lehnhardt's Candies alwayi
Kinu and Fort Sti,
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment,
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.
Fort and Merchant Sts.
BULLETIN A08 PAY
The Owl Is the best of all G centers.
Thoro Ic no better aid In the man
who cannot savu money than that sug
gested In the advertisement of tho
Honolulu Clns Co., Ltd.
Visit Baehs' big Balo of trimmed
hats In their millinery department
thlH week. Imiiortant reductions on
the whole lino no icsorvntlntis.
Call at Mrs. J. Rosenborg's show
rooms lu the Alexander Young build
ing, second floor, and see tho hand
some line of drosses and novelties for
There v. Ill be Foniothlng doing at
Mom's next week. Tho snlos staff Is
busy marking down prices for the big
tlcnrnnco sale which begins on Wed
ucsday, September 1st.
Some very handsoniu bluo and black
serges for moii'h suits Just In nt V, W
Aliuiui & Co., the tailors. These will
make lino suits of light weight for
milliner wear. Shop G2 King street.
The pastry nt tho Palm Cafe Is nl
ways front and always light as a
leather. Tho IngredlontB from which
It Is made are tho best thoro Is to bo
had lu tha city and the prices quite
light. Hotel street near Union.
Thcro Is to bo a moonlight dance at
lln!elwn next Saturday night when the
moon will be full. Tho music will tic
Mm beat and the floors will bo In flnu
condition for dancing. Those 'iio
twn automobiles will enjoy Iho ride
by road and those who do not will find
the trlji by train very pleasant.
II. T Mills appeared In court this
afternoon to ask that a garnishee be
issued against Tho Hawaiian Star
Newspaper Company on account of one
of their employees, II. M. Ayers,
Editor Hcnihall testified that ho had
paid tho reporter his wages on Satur
day last, but had not deducted any
amount on account ot Mills. The ed
itor was Instructed to detain 25 per
cent of A) ers' weekly u iry In future
until the whole amount ot the debt Is
Up to ditto twenty-nine plumbers
of tho city hnvo registered on the
new hook opened by Plumbing lu
spcetor Mlchlstcln under the new
ordinance Just passed, and ho urges
that every plumber get In as soon
as possible and sign up. The fol
lowing have registered to date: F.
Santos, M. Aklmoto, John Matos
Wong Lone, F. Mntsulski, E. It.
Hath, James Nott, Jr., M. Tnnnka, R
W. Qulnn, K. Okl, S. K. Akl, M. K,
(Joto. II. Fujikawa, Y. Takadaul,
Emmeluth & Co., Sang Yuen Kee,
Sing Chan Co., Yen Sing Kee, W. Q
Let, Chee I loon Kee, Sin Sing Kee.
Sung Hlng Kee, Chas. 11. Pllares,
John Nott, C'hlug Hoy Kee, Wm. P.
O'llrlen, Kwong Chong, Ton Kee,
Gchrlng & lhitzke.
STANDING OF THE
LEAGUES iVQ. 7.
San Francisco 90
Los Anccles 78
New York 01
St. Louis 43
Now York 49
St. Louis 4G
St. Paul G7
Kansas City GG
Mrs. Mooncr "1 always make It
n point' to go shopping early In the
Mrs. Spooner "To avoid the
Mrs. Mooner "No; I like to llst
enn to the shop girls telling each
ether their dreams."
LOCAL AND GENERAL
. The..plB..NIck(jL Scratch pd for eae
at the Bulletin office for five cents,
Is one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred eheste of good paper. Six for a
quarter. ' '
Oot your hat cleaned at tho Leading
Hat Cleaner, 1154 Fort street.
C. a. llockus ot tho Hullettn
left In the Manchuria for n trip to
San Francisco, on private business.
airs, imenDiirgn is prepared iu in
struct a few pupils In pianoforte at
their' home. Address Rojnl Hawaiian
Anchor Saloon, King and Nuuanu
Btrcots, Is headquarters for Jack
ashoro these .days. Monty Montgom
ery manager. ,
Poknhl,,',who made n noble effort
to mop up all the Sunday booze he
could lay Ills hands on, faced tho
music this morning and was Btruck
Manuel Jesus was up boforc Judge
Andrado this morning on a charge
of profanity and laws found guilty;
he had to pay J7.30 for the lan
guage. Sam Kalua, desplto the fact that
It was n dry Sunday, managed to get
full to tho next yesterday. Sam had
to dig up four bucks ta the police
court this morning.
Over n hundred men are now at
wotk on tho Hamakua extension of tho
Hito railroad and Honolll gulch, and
grading is In rapid progress on tho
Hlto side of the gulch.
Sam Nalnon nnd his Royal Kawnl
hau Ulee Club will bo heard this
evening nt the Gem Theater In the
latest Hawaiian and American mu
sic, the finest In the city.
President Oilmore of the Colloge of
Hawaii has received n letter from
Superintendent J. N. 8. Williams of
the Knhtitul railroad company, In ro
gard to giving free lectures In Knhu
lul and Wnlluku.
On u four months' leavo of absence
Ray Jones, chief clerk of tho Moana
hotel, left on the Manchuria yester
day, to visit in Chicago, Denver and
'Frisco town. Ho was given a gay
Aloha by a large number of friends.
Nnkagawa and Kawaguchl, two
Jnpanese, had a heated nrgument
about somo matter and finally got to
trying to slaughter one another. In
legal parlanco the scrap was called
an affray, nnd both men were order
ed to pay $4 this morning by Judge
According to the report of Miss
M. H. Lemon to the president of the
Board of Health, there were fifteen
deaths In Honolulu from contagious
diseases between July 17 and Aug,
16. Twelve of these were from
tuberculosis, "the white plague,"
one from dlptherla, nnd two from
MAY PIT ID
Assailant Of Sheba Hopes
Mori, tho Japanese high wago dele
gate, who attempted to assassinate
Sheba, Is Bald to havo decided that
thero would bo llttlo boneflt to bo
gained by. going 'before a Jury on the
crime that nearly cost Editor Sheba
bis lifo. It Is understood that Attorney
Llghtfoot of tho Higher Wage Asso
ciation also feels that the best thing
that Mori can do Is to enter a plea of
guilty and hope for n slight mitigation
or the extreme penalty of ten years
hecauso of saving the Territory the
cost of a trial 'of which tho outcomo
could never be In doubt.
It Is stated that Llghtfoot docs not
wish to seo Mori go before Judgo Do
Bolt but Is desirous that tho would-bo
assassin be brought before Circuit
Judge Whitney for sentence Tho case
Is now on tho calendar for Septembor
7th and tho prosecution will not' loso
any time In hurrying tho saso to a
NIPPOJJ CABBIES MILLIONS.
(Continued from Vutt 1)
malncd on tho coast owing to n death
In his family.
Sho brings 1G4 sacks of mall nnd
four of tho' passengers stop over In
Honolulu. Many of tho travellers on
her are hound for the Philippines,
among them Lieut. Comdr. J. II. Row
on, U. . Jf.
Tho vessel expects to get away for
the Orient this evening at 6 o'clock
but from tho largo amount of freight
awaiting her on (ho wharf, It looks as
if she might be later.
Mrs, falter Denlng Is a passengor
on her, booked through o Yokohama.
NOT IN THAT CLASS.
'Tls said that each -dog has his day,
qui i m saiisnea to jog
Along content In the good old way
llecause I'm, not a dog.
Blank boo'ks of. All aorta, ledgers,
etc., 'manufactured (bjr the -Bulletin
tviublni Pomptuaj). '' ' -J'
No Dampness. Mo -Bugs.
'- -? Jas. H.Love
Dravine and Exnressinc
Wood, and Coal Phone 588
O. Vf. McDougall, Prop.
Dillingham and Our
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 23. T ho Honorable William V. Dilling
ham, United States Senator nnd chn linian of the United States Immigra
tion Commission, nrrlved hero today , Accompanied by Mr. Wheeler, ho
will sail for Honolulu Saturday to x tuny (he Immlgritlon problem.
v SPITZIlEltaHN, Aug. 22. Wnlter Wellman iinnounccn Hint lie has
not abandoned hope of reaching the N'urlh Pole by means of u dlrlglbto
balloon, nnd cays that he will build n larger airship and make another
SPITZIIEROKN, Aug. 21. Welliniins rccnml iitlnmpt at rcnelirtiR the
North Polo In his dirigible balloon has resulted In a fnl line. The diag
ropo supporting the provisions destined lo supply thu nercinauts (in their
trip broko today, mid a llttlo later the balloon exploded, thlrtj-twn
miles from the starting point. No one wu.i Injured.
St Louis Makes Record
SAW TRANCISCO. Aug. 22. -Tho II. S. S. St. Louis has arrived hero
from llllo, Hawaii. The ship established u naval record between hero
and tho Islands, covering thu distance. In four iln.wi and twenty-two
P1TTSHURO, Aug. 21. Wild rioting took plaro tonight lu the plant
ot tho Pressed Steel Car Company. Hundreds ot women paitlclpated lu
the fray and many were Injured.
A despernte jtittcmpt was mado to blow up tho building In which tho
offices, ot tho toirJvany arc located, but tho iloteis were repulsed. ,
PITTSIUIHO, Aug. 22. One militiaman, ono deputy mill four Hlrlk
ers were killed today during the rioting In the yards of thu Proved
Steel Car Company. The troops fired u volley upon the charging mob.
During tho melee, an nmhulniiee, laden with wounded, was attacked by
n baud of armed women. A conspicuous quiet has now hern icsl'oml.
MEXICO QUELLING REBELLION.
CITY OF MEXICO, Aug. 22. Customs guards on nil trains havo
been doubled In. order to prevent the smuggling of arms into tills coun
try from tho United States. More troops have been ordered to (laleaua,
where General Royes has been urn roundel.
ANARCHISTS ARRESTED I NBUDAFEST.
BUDAPEST, Aug-. 21. Tho pollco today arrested twenty-eight nn
uichlsts who came here as delegates to tho coming Anarchist Congress.
m ' i i
MONTEREY FACES DESTRUCTION.
CITY OF MEXICO, Aug, 21. The city or Monterey In In Haines. It
is feared that the cntiro business section of the clt ywlll bo destioycd.
i m i i
MARCONI STATION DESTP0YED.
OLACE HAY, Aug. 21 Ffro today, destroyed the operating and
condenser buildings of the Marconi WlrclesB Telegraph Company.
OUR CONGRESSMEN ASSEMBLE.
SAN FRANCI8CO, Aug. 22. Twenty-two Congressmen and their
wives arrived here and will proceed to Hnwnll on TucBday next.
i ., i i mm i i'
TEST OF SOUTH CAR0UNA.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 22. The battleship South Carolina has de
parted for tho Delaware Capes cm ho r trial trip'.
N.G.H. RIFLE MATCH
DETAILS OF SHOOT
Sergeant Blanchard Makes Top
Rain Squalls Interfere a lot
Yesterday afternoon nt tho Fort
Shutter illlo. range tho much talked of
match between tho Signal Corps of tha
Washington N. O. was fired off. Tho
result, which has boon cabled to Wiish
lngton, was not quite' ns good us wns
cxpectod. Tho rain squalls Interfered
w'th tho rhooilng and under thu cir
cumstances tho total ot GG2 out of a
possible 1C00 must be considered uat
Isfactory, Tho Washington team also fired off
their bilo of the match yesterday and
Iho result should coma through somo
time today by cable.
For Hawaii,'. Sergeant IJ. 11. Blanch-
Blue and Black
W. W. AHANA CO.,
ij i-i , l 4-4-. .'iJiJtiy
'Island Transfer. -
ixcavatlnB nna imt
, Excavating nnd Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nmtanu Stream.
nrd m.tdo a total of UK nt tho tluec
different distances 200, f,00 mid 1000
yatds. Cnptulu Cummins was very
closo to tho top t.corer. as ho mado
117. Net In order were Captain M.
M. Johnson, 114; Corpoial jr. V, Fcr
nandoz, 102; sergeant II. II. Williams,
1000 nnd. II. M. Sumner 101.
Tho total of CS2 is mnru than Iho
Hawaiian ilflo team Hindu nt Camp
Perry last year. Sergeant lllanchaid,
who mado 38 at thu 1000 yard range
yesterday did rcmnrkablo work. He
iilno madu 41 nt tho K00 yards distance
cud that, too, Is ronlly ggod Minotlug.
Captain O .J. Whitehead was cap
tain of tho toum, liml Lieut. Col. John
W, Short, Kcoicr. Captain Wlnant
ncteil as representative of the Wash
ington team. Tho official scores at
ho different ranges uro as follows
tho 200 raugo Is given fliht, COO vramj
and 1000 last: Captain M. Jtl. John
aon, 42, 39 and 33; Sergo-uit E. II.
Blanchard, 39, II and 38; Lieutenant
B. M. Sumner, 40, 38 and 23; Corporal
M, V. Fernandez, 37, 38 nnd 27; Capt.
T. P. Cummins. 38, 43 mid 30; Sergt.
Some very choice Roods fust in
that will make very handsome suits.
Tailor' 62 King St.
IN FOREIGN PORTS I j ARRIVED I
Monday, August 23.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug. 22:
II. S. S. St. Louis, from llllo, Aug. 17.
11. 11. Mlssourlan, from Sallna Cruz.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Aug. 22:
H, H. Enterprise, for llllo.
YOKOHAMA-Airlvnl Aug. 22:
H. S. Korea licmv Aug. It.
PHILADELPHIA Arrived Aug. 23:
Sp. John Enii. from llllo May IG.
It Wireless messago finm Ala-
tt I'Elght p. m.. Aug. 21, 1009.
tl lli;n inllcK, dim woathcr. Passed
jl l.urllno 7:30 p. in. All well."
imnii tt tt :: tt tt :: is n a ::
After n longer stny than usual In
liort, tho P. M. S. S. Manchuria left
yorterday afternoon for Sun Francis
co. All those who worn booked, about
!-." lu number, found iircouimodatlons.
Among tho passeiiKein d parting
wero Miss llnalili-u Campbell, leaving
In company with Miss Whiting, for
lcIkhiI In Berkeley; Mr. and Mrs. John
L. (lordon, of New York, who will
tako tho Mariposa in Tahlll; Mr. It. 1.
Kohwerln, mamiger of tho Paclllo Mall,
and IiIh wlfo; M. II. de Vuuii;; or th
8. F. Chronicle and olhcis.
Pollco idllcers watched Iho veitc!
up In thu hour of depart uro foarlni:
that n man, lately convicted In local
coutts, and now out mi ball, would at
tempt to escape, but up In the time
the ship railed Ihey saw no ulgsi or
FILIPINOS TO OLAA.
Tho stenmiT jfniinn Koa relumed
this morning from Hawaii, whither nho
had gone to tako Filipinos In Ol.in
plantnllnn. Thero weio lit of the
fblniidei-H r.n board, all or them h.-nlnx
nrrlid on the Mr.uchurt.i. Tlic)
luado an unusual right on the dec'ti
of tho Inter-island boat wilh theii
icarlet hlnnkela iu-iiish theld should
ers mid tho hillllaut r.tlU-ini or the
THE BARKENTINE . O Wilder
rrrlvod this urierrtooii fioin I'nu I'ran
flrco. Tho tlerman ship, Ntmlseo,
Captain PeltKineler, Ion thu Organic
whirr and anchored oululdo Iho reef,
fho has been loading htll.iEt for thr
past week preparatory to her depart
ACCOUDINO to n wlrelos fnim thf
Malson liner Ltirlluo, slni has m
board C00U tons of ntso, ISO bigs ot
mull. Wells, Fargo epiess and ns pas
i-ungcrs. Sho is duo Woiliu-Kilay mom
THE STEAMER Iwalanl arrived thlt
morning with C00U bags of ll.-A. Co
sugar on board, which ho will unlotd
Into tho Andrew Welch. Tho Iwalanl
also carried 30 head or entile.
II. II. Williams, 33 37 mid 30.
Tho summary Tor tho dlffeient dls
lances is ns follows: 200 ynids, 229;
000 yards, 23; 1000 yards, 187. Tola
Tho following letter has been for
warded to tho Commander of tho Slg
Honolulu, H. T., Aug. 22, 1909
To tho Commander or tho First Signal
Company. National Ouard, Slate of
Sir: Acting on behalf of your Com
pnny 1 havo Iho honor to submit hero
with copy or tho official scoio of the
thoot of Iho six-man learn from the
National Ouard of Hawaii which Hue
way look plnco In piirsuanro or tin
ngreoment with you.
An ropicseutlng your Interests In
tlio pit Mr. Ernest Olcsccko, now of
this city but Jato of Sealtlo, acted al
my request nnd verified tho shots hh
Tho weather was very uncertain
wind and rain Interfering with the
i.hootlug lo a considerable extent.
Wo trust to hear mkiii of tho resultr
or tho shoot of your team,
I havo the honor to lie,
lour obedient bervant,
E. T. WINANT,
Capt, mid Asst. Iiisjieclor It, P., N.fi.II.
Ewa Plantation Co.
The illicrloi'H of this eorpninllon,
hnvlug declared a dividend of 3 per
cent (1 per tent lcgulur, S per cent
fcpocl.il), DMilcml No. llfi is duo
liml payable on Tuesday, August 31,
1909, to stockholders or rciord nt
tho close or tho stock transfer hooks,
Moiulny, Augutt 23d, 1909, nt 12
Stock tinimfer books will bo to-
opeued on Wednesday, September 1,
1909. l- H. PETRIE,
Treasurer Ewa Plantation Co.
Honolulu, August 20, 1309.
Monday. August 2.1.
T. K K. 8. 8. Nippon Alum, Fllnier,
iroiti San Francisco, it. m.
Stmr. Mumia Kea, Picciuan, fumi
Hawaii, n. in.
Stmr. Iw'alanl, 11:35 a, m.
Monday, Augin-l 2.1
J. A. Cummlu'i, for Waliiiau.i-
T. K. K. H, H. Nippon Mftru, Fllmi r,
for Iho Uritut, 0 p. in.
j PAS0ENQER3 ARRIVF.O
Per S. S. Nippon Mnru from H.n'i
I'liinclsco, Aug. 23. I'.ir lUniolulii:
Rev. T. Mlyaknwa, S. ' (Irnce, Ri v.
Chas. II. I In os, E. Lyons, For Yoko
hama; Mrs. II. It. llabcock, A E.
llari-okcwucy, Mrs. Waller Donlng,
D. (1. McRae. For Shanghai. MIkh
ri, L. Dodpoii. For llougkoug: Mrs.
A. I'. Allen mill Infant, Master John
Allen, II. C. Anderson, Miss lleilh.i
Ciinrh'S, Mrs. 11. Clark, Horiirn E. Cul
ler, Mlns E. Darby, MIkh Lillian faint,
Julius lleluilch, II. E. Ileniieman,
Mrr. Howard II. Klpp mid Infant. Win.
Leo l'enii, .Mrs. Win. Lihi Pinii. (III
l.ert S. Poicz, Mrs. M. Pollant Lieut.
Comdr. .1. II. Rowen, tl. H. N., JIIm
Le Klanlcy, Paul C. Tilmble. It.
Vetlgulli. I. R. Wllllanifl.
I PASSCNGURS DEPARTED
1 Pie P. M. H. H. Mamhurla, for San
Fl.liieheo, Atlgur.t 22. Miss II. lien
aer, .1. A. Joliliion and wire, T. Ili-onn
llellleld and wife, Dr. II. P llmlk- mid
w If', Mlsa Smallnnod, A. (.' Kennedy,
II. L. Clrtso mill wife, .1. i). (lardluer
nnd wife, S. II. Mintci, S. jl. D.imun.
lloughlM l):'liiiiu. Mm. (!. C. llowleH. A.
(' Howies, Mm. E. P. Han, Mbm T
UiiRHlnd, W. LIiIr.Hi, E. Iledeui.iuii,
Miss Wlletix, Master Allen Wilcox.
Mrs. A. R. Miiuroc, Mini l.conle AfIi
lon, Chang l.oy II. E. I.claiid ami
wife, II. H, (Ir.iy mid wire. John L.
(loidoii uml wlfn. Mm. A. Lewis aiul
.-lillil. Airs. F. (). Pierce. Mrs. C. Me
Li'iinaii, Miss M. McU'iuiaii. W. I,,
rt'aiien, l.tiriln K Kinllh, Sojniom
Hill, E. (Iregory ud v. I fa, J. ). Hiiw
(Ins. wlfa uml maid. W. T. P. Smith. P.
I'. Marvel. Miss M. E. Chambers, Mlis
I. Clinmhi in Mlsn S. J. Chambers, .Al
icrt Horner, Jr.. It. W. Jones. Mk. a.
Pfirduer. H. Martin and wife, Mou
Vln Chmig, Miss L. It. Ma...,, Win.
Iiiglies, W. N. llelllnger. Ml.n Kihcl
Vhlllug. Miss lle.ilrlco ('ami bell, p.
D. llalloy, J. W. Anderson ami nlfa. W.
I.ixler. W. C. Randall and wife, r.
MeFlo, A. T. Tialnor, MIkh II. (.'.
ThompKim, Mrs. Pago ll.iker. Mr. Il.ik
r. C. (1. IJocku-., Mrs. A. M. Crosby,
Mrs. M. U tlel Rln, Col. Ham Pnrlu-r,
'!. P. Plait and wlfo. Uu Mou Tal.'
liihort W. Shlnglo and wlfo. I,. Percy
Irown, O. 0. Landing. I.au So'y Kmi,
"i. D. Kays. E. K. Stone", E, . AlllurV
ir, Mrs. Jas. A. Kennedy, Mhia R.,y
Hell, J. F. Hniishcy, .Mrs. N. H. Lem
"II, Morris Roaenbleilt, II. (1. Hull and
.vlfa. Mm. L. I,. McCandtess and child.
Win. F. Wallls. O. W. Wlllfong. Ml, ,v
. (!. Strange, Mrs. S.mdow, .Ms t,is.
on, J. lleleur, (!eo. Davlus, Mr. Most,
). W. Ilergstiom.
THE SOUTH SEAS.
Tho sealing nrhnoiicr Unibrlna, far
uany yenm ono or tho Victoria seill.is
Heel, Ih Id bo a South Soa trader. A
leal Is ono Tor tho sale or tho rchoom'r
'iy Captain J, W. Ptppctt to Captain
VtcEnuald, mi old-tlnio South mm trail
ir, who Ih completing tliu ilelnlln far
ho purchaso or Iho vemel. Caplr.n
McDonald, who mH been In Al.-jik-i
mil Siberia or Into, tradl-ig on tho Arc
'Ic coast, has taken over tint Unibrlna
lor tho purpose or returning to .M ohl
love Iho Initio lu tho Soulh mmib
'ml ho will tako tho schooner lo tho
New llebiMcs and nllior gi-oups ,.,,
ge In pearl hhelllitg mid thu nandal
Allhniigh thu Pacific Mall llnrr S.
heila will not nail until August, '
! radically oory berth his l,eVi ,..'
eaged. Tho liner will K., t() j,,,,,;,,
ilila (rip to dollver n largo tonsl-n
nienl of government freight lucludmr
(t hhlpmoiit or nmmunlti-,11. Among
iho pasKengtirH wl b0 n pirly of (.
Iiefcsiupn bound for Honolulu Mm
')f tho law m-tkors will bo anoiup..,,le
by Ihelr wlvcii and fi ,.H. , ,hl
Congr.'Kslonal patly win minibe,-ab lL
ID, all lold.-S. P. Call.
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