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EVENING BULLETIN. HO.JOLULP. T. H.. SATURDAY, SEPT. 2B, 1909
. Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular.
Honolulu Commandcry Red
' All visiting members o( tha
, Order are cordially Invited to
ittend meetings of local lodges
UAIIMONX LUIjUE, Ko. 3, 1. 0. 0. 1,
Mutt over; Monday evening at
f:30 In 1 0.0 F Hall, Fort Street
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
1 D WICKE, N. O.
All t tailing orotbeia vary cordlall
0A1IU LODOi, No. 1, X. o! (
Metts even first and third Fri
day cveuiug at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
tcrnor Fort and Ueretanlo. Vhtttni
Brothers cordially Invited to attend.
T. I.. NUCJENT, a. C.
R. UOSLINO. K. R. B.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, B. P. 0.
Elks, meets In tboir hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordlall)
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTIUTT, E. R.
11. C. E ASTON, Sec'y.
XOKOLULU 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, cornet
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at-
W. M. McCOY, W., Prest
H. r MOORE, Secy.
Jta. M'KJNLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
i Meet. evei) -nd and 4th Saturday
kTenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of I1.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ueretanla. Visit
jig brother cordially Invited to u-
F. M. McOREW, C. C.
E. A. JACOBSEN, K. R. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of encr- month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. I'ERRY, Sachem.
3. V. TODD, C. of R.
'.T TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
N 1QA -Wi
j. uiiu .isu.Ai.-y
la pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference" The Baby
notices it instantly.
THE POND DAIRY.
Expert work at moderate prices.
'Bergstrom Music Cc, Ltd.
' Odd Fellows' Bide,
FOR SALE AT ALL BASI
Are Your Clothes Faded?
'THE FRENCH LAUNDRY,
I J. Abadie, Prop.,
Is the agent for
F. Thomas Dyiwj Works of S. F.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUAHU ST.
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
Gup it u trial. Guaranteed to prove
cood. Write for booklet to P. 0.
Tlim H. DAVIES & CO,. AOENTS.
nasTor tils" card a Bulletin.
Horses for Hire
r T r
Saddle or Driving,
1128 Fort St. Ul. 100.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm - Young
ALFXANLSR YOUNG BUILDING.
5 Telephone 5
C. II. 3ehn
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets.
The kind that fit.
King, near South.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
Kim; and Bishop Sts.
ALL THE FITTINaa FOB
Agents for the Kissel Kar and
Bells, Private Telephones,
Chances to Light Wiring.
Union Eleotrio Co.,
Beautiful New Hats
Now on view at
Dunn's Hat Shop,
Cor. Fort and 'Beretania. J '
Levy's for Groceries
$65 FOR NEW
Sec the rebuilt machines. They
can't be distinguished from new.
Just as good as new.
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Hotel Street, Opp. Union.
PHOTO AND ART CO.
932-938 Fort' St. Tel. 82,
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Building. Phone 8SS.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING 8TREETS.
CHARLIE AT THE
Still on deck. See his curios, '
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The-Big Nickel Scratch Pad. for tale
at the Bv 1 1 e 1 1 n.efflce for five cents,
Is trie Inch thick, mad up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
Call ana see Mike Paton at the En
core. Judge A. S. Hnrtwell arrived Fri
day on the Alemeda.
Get your hat cleaned at the Leading
Hat Cleaner, 1154 Fort street.
Whitney & Marsh hayo Just received
a reliable white washable kid glove,
manufactured by Trcfousso & Co,
There will bo a meeting of the Ilod
Cross Society nt the residence of Mrs.
Dole at 4 o'clock Monday, Sept. 2C.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arable.1
You will be surorlaed at Ita cooUns
and preservative. properties California
Dance nt I.usltann Knit tonight, and
you will see the Portuguese Porto
Santo Dance. Gents 50c and ladles
25s. Tickets at tlio door.
It. W. Condon und Ksther Knula-
na, charged with conducting disor
derly house In Iwllel, were each Ben
tented this morning, by Judge An-
drade to pay a flno of $100 and cost
of court. The defendants. Accord
ing to the police, have been tiro-
curing women for Immoral purposes
during tho stny of the fleet hero.
Thero was some natural fireworks
last night shortly after 10 o'clock.
and the ralu of meteors that oc
curred was something that has hard
ly been duplicated within the mem
ory of the oldest Inhabitant. The
first meteor appeared a few minutes
after 10 o clock and was followed
quickly by u second, and then by
others In quick succession. One ob
server stated that he hnd counted
twenty-four of the falling meteors.
Society will be In evidence at tho
tall to be given by tho men of the
flagships Tennessee and West Virgin
la, Monday evening, September 27th,
at tho Young hotel. Mrs. Uriel Sebree,
wife of Admiral Sebree, and Mrs. Cor-
win P. Ilces, wife of Contain flees.
commandant of tho Navy Yam. will
receive. Tho hotel will be resplendent
in elabornto decorations, niui nnitvn
quintet orchestras will play In each
ballroom. Dancing will besln nt nlnn
o'clock, some gorgeous gowns being
planned for tho occasion.
Central Union Church. Sunday
Sept 269:00 n. in. lllble School,
Mr. C. II. Tiacv. Sunerintenrtent:
11:00 a. m. Morning Worshlii Ser
mon by the Minister: "Is the Church
a Failure. An answer to Dr. Daw
son's recent book "A Prophet of
Habylon." C:30 p. m. Christian En
deavor. Topic: "How Missionaries
Win Souls for Christ." Leader Mr.
Herrlck C. Drown. 7:30 n. m. Even
ing Service. Sermon by the Minis
ter: "Haul's Saul and Paul's Paul."
Cordial Invitation always extended
to visitors, to soldiers and to sail-
ors as well as to the general public
to attend these services.
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Don't miss Jordan's hosiery sale.
Solo of hosiery at Jordan's on Mon
day, Tuesday and Wednesday.
New skirts at Whitney & Marsh's
ox Lurllne will be 'on sale on Tuesday
Whitney & Marsh have some hand
some evening gowns In messallne, etc.,
for ovenlng wear.
A new line of whlto dress goods has
Just arrived ou tho Alameda for L.
Ahoy, on Nuuanu street.
Tho Bergstrom Music Co. Invites ev
eryone Interested In music to call at
the store, to, see and hear tho wonder
Honolulu Iron Works Co. aro agents
for the celebrated Scandinavia belt-;
ing. unit at tneir once, or write, and
they will be pleased to give you full
Information regarding this belting.
The new Locomobile "30" baby ton-
neau has Just been received by Schu
man Carriage Co. and Is now, ready for
demonstration. It is tho finest thing
on wheels ever shown in Honolulu.
Beautiful new line of hair orna
ments, suitable -for ovenlng wear, can
bo seen at Miss Power's millinery par
lors, second floor of noston buildings,
Fort street. These aro all reasonably
Do you bcllevo In Fletcherlsm?
Drown & Lyon Co. have many now
books written by Fletcher -which aro
having a very largo sale In this city
as well as everywhere on the con
tinent. FOR LEASE
' 1 to 5 yean.'
20 ROOMS FURNISHED,
' Excellent Location. .
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD.
82 S. Kins St.-
Jas. H. Love
CAPTURED BY PIRATES
AfANILA, Sept. 21. Odlclal dispatches received here Indny any
that thero Is a rumor current nt llalnbnc that tho customs cutter Scirn
has been captured by Moro plrntcs'nnd the entlio crew of foiutecu Fili
pinos murdered, Tho Born sailed from llalnbac for Bandnknii, North
Uornco. She was commanded by Captain E. A. McOcrty and had Cus
toms Inspector J. I,. Perrlne on board.
All efforts of trnclng the Soru from tho time she Milled from Sanda
knn have been fruitless; the cutter hns disappeared ns completely as
though the eea hnd swallowed her up.
Secretary Ballinger and
Forester Pinchol Do not Speak
SALT LAKE-CITY, Sept. 24. Clifford Plnchot urrlved hero today
and was cordially greeted by President Taft. llilllngcr und Plnchot
later met, but the men did not speak.
Despite the protests of local ministers of tho gospel the President
will deliver an address next Sunday In tho Mormon tabernacle.
HUDSON-FULTON PAOEANT OPENS.
NEW YOIIK, Sept. 24. The Hudson-Fulton historical pageant will
open Sunday and tlie festivities will contl'nuo during the next two
weeks. The spectacle will bo unlquo and mngnlllccnt In the extreme.
A line of warships, representing all the great powers of tho world, will
be stretched along the river In close formation, over n distance of moro
than eight miles.
C80K MAY SUE PEARY.
NEW YOltIC, Sept. 24. It Is stated heio on apparently good au
thority that Dr. Coolc contemplates bringing suit ngalnst Civil Engi
neer Hobert E, Peary, U. S. N for slander In connection with tho chaig
es made by the navnl officer thnt Cook Is a faker and did not leach tho
North Pole during his dash Inlo the Arctic.
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SH0NT6 SUES FOR ALIENATION OF WIFE'S AFFECTIONS
NEW YOltK, Sept. 24. Theodore P. Shonts hns brought suit for
I2C.000 against F. F. Illspcch, the mllllonnlie distiller of Kentucky,
whom ho churges with having nllerrtited his wlfo's infections. Tho suit
Is the tnlk of the hour. Mr. Shonts" attorney Intimates that the wholo
affair may be a caso of mistaken Identity.
GUJiyjgtt a y
Draying and Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone S88
0. W. McDongall, Prop.
Officers Of Fleet
mau Is Wonderful Sljfht -Tremendous
Flow of Molten Lava-.
Some of the Officers iervous
"I have never seen tho Volcano
more beautiful aud grand," suld
Ueorgo Lycurgus this morning, hav
ing Just returned from Hllo. "It Is
certainly a wonderful spectaclo to seo
the molten Java pouring out of tho
crater and rolling over tho sides."
When uBkcd how high the fires
reached, ho said ho could not tell, that
they vurled bo much nt times, but
that it was a splendid sight.
"The big ball nt tho Volcano Houso
Thursday night was a great success,"
snld Mr. Lycurgus, "and attended by
135 olQccrs off tho cruisers. Admiral
8ebree remained over yesterday. They
nil had an excellent tlms nnd nm.
counced tho volcano a flno sight
., , ,, ' " ' 7 ....
Mr. Lycurgus has succeeded In get
ting some very Interesting photo
graphs of tho crater, and the tires In
r.ctlon, nnd will have (horn finished up
soon. Four ndventuresumo men hiht
week descended tho crater, within
thirty feet oMhe ftdry lake, and suc
ceeded In crossing on the hard por
tions moro than half way to the molt
"I never Imagined tho volcano to bo
anything like we found it," said ono
of tho West Virginia officers this
morning," it Blmply .holds ono trans
fixed. The gcysor streams In Yellow
ctono aio not In It, It should say the
fires at times swept upward soventy
Ave feot or more. At night It Is so
weird that many of us felt nervous
about remaining co near this hell-
i 11 1 in 1.
,;Hfl I H 1 1 VI H H
. No Bugs.
Exoavatinpr and Filling.
Vineyard St.. Ewa of- Nuuanu Stream
hole. They say thero Is no dangor,
From tho nccountH of everybody
coming back from tho Volcano, tho
Inv.-i has not been so nctlvo for years,
nnd many old places that had closed
up are suld to bo bursting Into activity
THE PET OF. THE FLEET.
WI1II0 the American Fleet was In
Australia, llttlo May Wnllacu was tho
pet ,of, the tsqundron. 8I10 arrived In
Honolulu ,tho othor day nnd will sing
fit tlln ttmtitrn Tlinntai. fni. .. rA... .!....
1. (... ., .. . . .
U1;K""""K "" evening, no daintier,
or moro clever soubrctto treads tho
boards today thuu May Wallace. 8I10
wl .a the hoiiM) tho moment sho stoiia
out on tho stugo nnd with new songH
and' dances n genuine treat Is In store
for Honolulu. With her Is n very clov
er crayon urtlst and a novel enter
tainment ia prntnUcd tho patrons or
WAVERLEY DANCE HALL.
A new amusement for u llttlo money'
can be bad at tho Waverley Dance
hall every ovenlng. Ten cents Is tho
admission for gentlemen nnd tho best
of music by tho Kawalhau ttleo Clulu
will be rendered, ' Ladles free. A good
time for all.
Rtiu.FTiN Ann pv -m
ENTIRELY NEW PATTERNS IN
ENGLISH & AMERICAN CLOTHES.
W, W. AHANA CO.
62 S, King St. No Branches,
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IN POREION PORTS I ...,-..
L : --. ' . nnieu
ftiilirtAW tntmhi 9ft
VCJKOHAMA Arrived Sept. 2.1:
H, S. Muncluirln, ieucu Sept, 14.
MN 1-RANClSCOr-Arrlved Sept. 23l
S, S. Mongolia, noon, lienco Sept. 19.
ill'LO Arrived Sept. 23:
Sclir. llorcnlls, from Gray's Harbor.
.111.0 Sailed, Sept. 24:
S. S. MIsKoiirinn; fur Snllna Cruz.
1 Friday, September 24.
dAN FIIANC1SCO Sailed Sept. 24:
S. S. Illlonlaii, for Honolulu.
AIAHUKONA Snlled Sept. 22:
Sclir. J. II, llruce, for San Fran
cisco. I 4
TUB STEAMER llnuna Ken, arriv
ing early this morning from llily an 1
way ports, with n good slzf.l Hut 0r
passengers, hruught tho following car
go: 1 bag coin, 2 automobiles, 1 him
dlo sheep skins, 22 bundles hidci 2o
bags cmptV bottles, 39 barrel empty
bottles, 48 empty kegs, 40 cordi wood,
4S lugs bones, C cases chickens. 1G
crates celery, 11 packages vegetables,
103 bags cabbage, 203 bags tan. 212
THE PACIFIC MAIL liner Korea.
Captain Saudbcig, which snlled from
Yokolinma on tho 23rd, Is expected ft
arrive hero October 2. She Is lirlu&UR
1300 tons of general cargo for llono.
lulu, anil will have enough ro-iir. for,
those who have booked To leavj 011
her for the mainland.
THE NEXT two steamers or tho
American-Hawaiian Hue, namely tiio
Alaskan nnd the Columbian, to arilvri
from Snn Fi-nnclsco will bring no')iit
11,000 Ions of freight each. Tim Al.nw
knn leaves on September 28, and (hu
Columbian about tho mlddlo of Ccl-
PUftSElt PHILLIPS of tho M.TIM
Kea reorts the following sugar on
Hawaii, ready for shipment: Wnl.v
kea, 5722: Ookulu. C800; Kilkalnil, D
C30, II 330; Honokaa. 031)0; Knldll
hade, S999; Honuapci, 2lli'.i; Puualir.l,
11 477. Other landings none.
THE FREIGHTER Plolades, Cap-
tain Armstrong, which arrived Thurs
day with a full load of general cargo,
will leave again next Monday for San
Francisco, with 20,000 cases of canned
pines, and 100 hales of sisal, cacn
weighing 000 pounds. "
THE STEAMER Ko An Hon of the
Inter-Isluud licet arilved this morning
with n gcncial cargo fiom tho Island
TO RAISE YJX.A MONEY
Tho speclnl committee named homo
llmu ngo with ox-Cloveruor Carter us
chairman to formulate plans for solic
iting and securing funds fur tho new
Y. M. C. A. buildings, lias completed
a sjslem, nnd will proceed with n
booming campaign to collect tho
money. Popular subscription is part
of tho plan, nnd personal nppcal by
members of tho finance commlttco will
bo made. Lectures and other enter
tainments will nlso furnish part of tho
, The Coney Island on Hotel htreet
named tho Highland Fnrk is Hearing
completion nnd Mr. Womer, the orlg'
liuitor of tho opcn-nlr parks nnd pro.
motei- of theaterr., will open up his
human loulcttc, which Is sensational
and fascinating, in tha early part of
Mali orderlies from tlru Fleet, at
tention! ' 200 subjects iu Hawaiian
post cards at wholesale. Souvenirs.
Hawaii & South Seas Curio Co., Young
building, Illthop street, next door to
I ho cjblo office.
Seigeant Hurry of tho N. O. II,
wlbhcs to match tho First Hospital
Company with tho West Virginia nine
lor Sunday week.
It is Htatcd that thero wero threo
parsons on board thu steamer Alameda
when sho went to tho Coast nnd nut
cno of them would read tho burial ser
vice over l'axton Wright, who com
mitted sulclda In u fit of despondency.
Tho American-Hawaiian liner Co
lumbian arrived today with u full load
of general cargo, Sho will leavo fur
island ports miiihi tlmii next week,
whero sho will pick up sugar, before
letiirnlng to thu Stnles.
Tho steamer Maul sails this after-
rnmi ror xinliuKona, Hawaii, carrying
freight, nnd probably passcngerit. Sho
leaves nt 4 o'clock, with mall,
Pafcsongcr 011 aoropluno What's
that ding donglng iiolte? Can't It
no me i-uw-iiuiis on 1110 ruuiiy wayr
Aviator No; Hint's only Saturn's
lings, lloulon Transcript,
Friday, September 24.
IT. 8. S. Maryland, from Maulaoa
Hay, 7 p. in.
Saturday, September 23.
M. NS. S. Lurllne, from San Fran
cisco, a. 111.
Htmr. Mnunn Kea, Freeman, from
Hllo and Mnui, n. 111.
Pacific Fleet, from Maalnea tiny,
U. S. 8. Concord, Schofleld, from
Guam, 9 n. m.
8. S. Columbia, from San Francisco.
11:10 a. 111.
Stmr .Mnui, Ilrims, for Mnhukona,
4 p. 111,
Friday, September 24.
Blmr. Claudlnc", Dennett, for Mau;
ports and Hllo, G p. in,
I DUE TOMORROW f
Stmr. Klnnii, Gregory, from Knunl,
from Moloknl and
Mnui ports, a. 111.
1 PA88ENQER3 ARRIVED
I'er stmr. Mnunn Ken. Freeman
from Hllo and way ports, Sept. 25.
Mrs. L. H. Sargent, Miss A. Kelly,
Miss M. Pnrrott, Miss M. C. Cook,
Miss II. Hatch, Miss Parsons. W. J,
Campbell, Mrs. Campbell, J. H. Ogle.
O. V. Oslo, A. Vim ltensselear, Mrs.
'an Itensrelenr and maid, Miss Farm
er. Mrs. Farmer. Mrs. O. ll. Oakley,
Mrs. C. Wels, B. M. Fnmliam, lmn
Kal, C. II. Pun, Miss J. Shlpmnn; Mus
ters Shlpmnii (2), Mrs. O. T. Shlpman.
Miss . KYtii. Miss K. Toomey, Miss
Snlwy. F. J. lime. W. E. James, Fnth.
Falney, Miss C, Ah Vea, Mrs. Chu,
Miss Chu Shin. Muster Clin King, Chu
Sung, CI. Cntneion, II. Knell, Cleo. Ly
curgiis. Mrs. I.jcurgus and 2 children,
.Miss A. Fiendo, W. C. Ijish, Mrs.
Lush. T. McLean, J. H. McKensfe,
Mrs. J. T. !u Holt nnd child nnd
nurse, H. Spalding. S. 8. Pnxton, S.
Spltxer, M. Nlshlmolo, T. U. Salkl,
A. McDonald, Mrs. Spalding. T. Kura
Jiaro, Hum Chu, T. Balto s'. U. Fuji,
ynma, E. F. Moseley, Ituv. V. II. Ou
llck, Ilev. W. II. Oleson, Itov. K. 8.
Tlmoteo, Itov, M. Nakulna, M. K. Men
.les, R. 1. Lllllo. F. O. Ueatidnlr, C. P.
Chamberlain, L. B. Arnold, W. F. Cole,
Dr. II. U Lyons, A, J. Schounbcrger,
Misj McNeal, Jas. L. Coke, .' Wag"
goner, l.oy Sal. Y. Takakuwa, D. L.
Austin, A. Weill.
Per 8. S. Lurlliie. Weeden, from San
Francisco, Sept. 25. S. A. Keystone,
Jin. Levy, Mrs. Levy, J. Wlsmon, Dr.
nuil Mrs. Jclllngs, Mrs. and Miss
Hayes, S. Peck, Airs. Peck and 2 chil
dren, Mrs. M. 1). Prime, Mrs. I. M.
Cox. Capt. K. Hopkins, Sergt. U. I.em.
on. Seigt. W. Hiilhul, Sergt. J. Forre-
Ira. Mrs, A, K. Klnmp, Miss II. Col
Her, Mrs. mid Miss Kluegel, II. Hor
ner, Miss M. Wrlnck, 1). Houghs and
wife, Mr. nnd Mrs. Phillips nnd 2
children, Mrs. C. II. Cooper, Dr. nnd
Mrs. McfJrcw, Miss V. Lewis, Capt.
and Mrs. Noely, Lieut. L. A. Evnns,
Sergt. J. tlouvcln, Sergt. M. Sllvu,
Sergt. A. May, Mr. and Mrs. J. Adnnm.
Mrs. C. Roberts, A. Keck, Mrs. Mnrs
ton Cnmpbcll, MaBtor Campbell. Mr.
und Mis. C. Atherton, Miss Athorton,
1;. tlescho, Miss F. Tnrr, Mr. and Mrs.
HerH?rt, MrH. English. Col. J. W.
Jones, Sergt. T. Evans. Sergt. .1.
Stone, Sergt. C. E. Stlllmnn, Miss Stel
la Zumwnlk, L, Herbert nnd family,
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Mnui ports
and Hllo, Sept. 21, C p.. m. Miss A.
von Tcmpsky, Miss O. von Tempsky.
MIph F. Ilurlom, MIbs Lindsay, Hen
Williams nnd wlfo, C. F. Hosn. J.
Cnrey. H. Iluffnndenu. C. J. Austin, Dr.
Caiey, W. O. Simpson, Mrs. C. W.
Hudson and 3 chlldiou, W. CI. Hall,
wife and 2 children, Itov. Yeo Kin, A.
a. Dlcklns and 2 children, Mrs. II.
Kniiwc, II. E, Suvago and wlfo.
PRAISE FOR HEN OF NAVY.
WAHHINOTON, Septemher 12,
Peuonul letters hnvn been written
by thu Acting Sucrolury of tho Nnvy
to six enlisted men of the Nnvy at
tnchod to tho United Slates ship
Aiuul, for "gullunt and courageous
conduct" under lire during the light
ing July 4, 1900, 011 the island of
Puttan, Philippine Islands, resulting
In tho extermination of tho Jlkrl
baud of Moro pirates.
There will bo u meeting of the
Ton Hoi lul Teacher's Association on
Tuesday, Sept. SStli, 4 p. m, nt tho
McKlnley High School.
Tho Henlanl "Pohn" crow Tor tho
rneo ngalnst tho Myrtle "Slinwborry"
'crew this afternoon will bo as follows:
II. I.lghtfoot. Btroko; St. John, 5; F.
Jniiics, I; CI, Gall, 3; II, Ixmipkn, 2,
hud Scioggy bow. The Myrtlo boyn
C. Dyer, bow; CI. Clernrd, 2;
,, Marks. 3: E. Shelba, 4; U. Olrdler,
jj, Halloy, stroke
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