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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It.. THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1009
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All vlBltlDK members of the
Order we cordially Invited to
attend meetings of loral lodges
HARflONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. 1.
I ticUs every Monday evening at
.n in i. n. O F Hall Kort StrMt.
K. K. HENDHY, S.-crelary. 1
I D. WICKK, N. (.
. All visiting brotherB vucy uirdUlly (
" bintRd i
"OAHU LODGE, No. 1. K-
Meet every Unit and third Vri
tejr oTimlng at 7:30 In K. ot I. Hall,
tamer Kort and lleretanlo. Vhlttns
r,rotl)or cordially lnlted to atteuil.
F. I.. NUGENT. 0. C.
It. GOSLING. K. K. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C10, 11. P. O.
lint meets In their hall, on King
9Ht;et, near 1'ort, t-very Krlday even
ing, visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
n. A. DOUTIHTT, E. R.
II. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In R. of P. Hall, cornel
8retnnla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
nd. W. M. McCOY, W ProsL
U. T MOORE. 8ecy.
Wa M'KINLEY LODGE Ho.8, KLoiP.
Meets every ind and 4tb Saturday
' irenlng at 7.30 o'clock In 1C. of V.
Hall, cor. Tort and Uerctanla. Visit-
Inc brothers cordially Invited to at-
P. M. McGREW. C. C.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. n. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Mccta every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PERKY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of K.
m TM ct oanTw
Wc arc in line with
best assortment of
la the market. All make.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind you
Lehnhardt's Candies always
Kinc and Fort Sts.
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE., REAL ESTATE,
03 Judd Buildinp. Phone 055.
W. Rainier Beer
3 W '
FOR 'SALE AT ALL BARI
fmi AUTO STAND
4 ' ', '0. T. Green, Prop. II. L. White, MKr.
'' 1 . 1 TJi,nn fim
'i .. , . -I ,,, i. nl.l.
liotei pi. .entrance iu juiu.,
Autos at All Hours.
i Bulletin Business Offlcc Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phoua 185.
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
J uil opposite Hold St. Fundi
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan S3.00 a day up
Steel and brie!: structure', furnish
lugs com $230,000. High clais hotel
atmoderatc rates. Center of theatre
all trains ond steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recogmzea as
address, "frawcts." ABC Code.
rn Office Supply Co.,
931 Fort Street.
,. Berkshire Pigs
Geese and Turkeys
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
them. ) , f,
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXANDER Y0UNO BUHDIHO.
C. H. Behn
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets.
Ready for Demonstration.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
JT. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
Kin; and Bishop Sts.
ALL THE FITHNQ3F0R
Apents for the Kissel Kar and
Your Automobile Top
King, near South. .!
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 180,
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bio Nickel Scratch Pad for tale
at the "B u 1 1 a 1 1 n office for five eaftti,
la ene Inch thick,- made up of two hun
dred aheeta of (food paper. Six for
Call and boo Mike Paton at the En
core. Madeira Onion Seed Best variety,
Just received direct, and for a&to by
GonsnlvcB & Co., Ltd.
Go to the Wnlkikl Inn for a awlm;
best bathing on the beach. No coral
and flue nut for bathers.
If you want a good Job done on ai
auto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
Senator W. J. Coclho Is In town
for n brief stay. He reports tho
Kula pipe line is progressing favor
F W. Winter, orderly sergeant, left
on tho Btiford. Ho is proceeding to
the Coast In order to liavo an opera
Thos. F. McTlgho & Co. havo one ot
tho finest assortments ot Labia wines
And liquors In the city. Call up Phone
140 and get a trim order.
Tho case of William A. Kano Mi. .loo
Medolros, guardian of tho Lopez min
ora, was argued and submitted yester
day before the Supremo Court.
Try some of tho Vienna Bakery's'
Boston brown bread and Boston baked
beans. Will be delivered to residences
uion telophone order. Call up 197.
Tho moving picture of tho Wright
Brothers' aeroplane, which is shown
at the Park theater, is n wonderful
pleco of work and excites the admira
tion of everybody.
Tho old case of tho Territory by O.
S. Holloway, Superintendent of Public
Works, against Krank Huttnco, was
nrgued and submitted In tin Supreme;
Court yesterday. Tln action lnvohcs
n strip of li'iul at Wnlkikl and w&b
brought by Lorrln Andrews when he
was Attorney General.
Tho Supremo Court handed down
an opinion yesterday on two reserved
questions from tho Circuit Court In
connection with tho cstato of John
Marks Alexandre. Tho opinion holds
that the widow Is not entitled to n
doner right In tlio donation of tho
PortUKueso Benevolent Society.
Clothing salo at Kerr's will closo
Saturday ovening. 9 o'clock.
it wilt pay to Bhop at Kerr's this
week. Bargains In all departments.
Tho Indies will be glad to learn that
L. B. Kerr & Co. havo decided to re
main in tho dry goods business.
William P. Roth has Just purchased
a seat on tho Honolulu Stock nnd
Bond Exchango and haa opened oftlcos
ut 818 Kaahumanu street.
While thcro's a shortago of cream
In town It's u good tlmo to samplo tho
famous Carnation Milk. This Is as
rich as cream and will answer all tho
put poses ot cream for tho tabic and
cooking. Ht-iiry May & Co., distribut
ors. Phones 22 and 92.
By the wreck ot the S. 8. Ocean
Queen, news of which was cabled
hero yesterday, the Nauru Mission
on the Island ot Nauru, Micronesia,
loses all Its supplies. Before the
steamer sailed from this port the
latter part ot August, Jofin T.
Arundel, the owner, Agreed to bring
a large quantity of supplies from tho
Central Union Church hero to the
little mission. Among them was In
cluded n donkey cart, hay, cement,
paint add other necessities for Im
proving , the mission settlement.
Rov. and Mrs. Phillip Adam Dola-
porto are In chargo ot the Nauru
JU6t blO-dl'dS THAT'S ALL.
Tho big man In tho fmrplo shirt ac
costed tho studious littld matt who was
waiting for tho.J'L tran,
' Beg pardon, neighbor," said tho big
man. ns ho opened his paper, "hero Is
something I don't understand."
"What Is that, sir?" asked tho llttlo
"Why, It states lioro" hal Col. Roose
velt shot it dlgdlg. What Is a dig
dig?" Tlio, llttlo man smiled. 4 ,
"My friend,' a dig-dig (s an animal
that digs. When ono dlg-dlg starts
to dig the other dig digs dig deeper
than (his dlgdgl. Then this dlgdlg
digs and digs and digs until '
"Hold on! Which dlgdlg?"
"tho first dlg-dlg. Tho othor dig-
dies dig and dig to catch up with tho
other dlg-dlg's digging. Then tho first
dlg-dlg digs and digs till tho other
But tho bl man In the purplo shirt
covered his ears with his hands and
fled. And all day long tho "dlg-dlg"
rang through his brain until ho vowed
Teddy ,was an enemy to mankind to
discover such an animal.
Miss dortrudo Buell Dunn of Clilca
go has arrived at New York from
Kuropo and her frlondsVay her friend
ship for F. P. Earlo, tho attlBt, who
went abroad with nor, Is broken,
St or a g (, shipping'
City transfer Co.
Jas. He Love
President Taft Confers With
Envoy Chas. R. Crarle
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 6. Pror Washlngtpn, where ho goes In re
sultntion with Hon. Charles R. Crarctary of State,
and Minister Plenipotentiary to Chlranc will sail from hero tor his
Minister Crane boarded tho train fod trip of the Pacific Mnli liner
Bponso to n summons from the Seccpartcd bofore now but for tlio
According to present plans, (J rotary ot Btato to have nnolhcr
post nt Pckln on tho next eastwnr Amrlcn's rcprcscntntlv for tho Orl
Korea. Tho Minister would have d '
sudden determination of the Sec
conference bcfoio tho departure of ne, tho new Envoy Extraordinary
nt. na. At tho close of the conference
if mb 1 a
Hearst Nominated For
Mayor Greater New York
NliW YOIIK, Oct. 0 William Randolph Hearst, owner and editor ot
tho great string nt Hearst newspapers, was tonight nominated for tho
mayoralty of Grcnlcr New York nt a mass meeting nt which four thou
sand persons were present. The nomination v.'ns without tho authoriza
tion of Hearst.
MBS. GOULD GETS $3,003 PER MONTH ALIMONY.
NEW YORK, Oct. C Tho Goud dlvorco decree was filed today.
Mrs. Gould is allowed alimony in tho
Tho second generation ot tho G outd family has been particularly
unfortunate In tlio marital experiences of Its nicmlieis. The ilhorco of
Anna Gould from tho Count lloni 1 0 Castcllane and her suliJCqucut
marriage to tho Prlnro tie Sngnn w tho talk nt the civilized woild for
a tlmo. Howard H. Gould and his w Ife. who was Kathcrinc Clctmnona,
furnished somo spicy nmunition du ring their divorro litigation, and
then enmo Frank Gould's dlvorco.
BALLOONIST MAKES RECORD.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. C. August Pot, tho daring balloonist, mado tho
statement today that nt New York City, during the balloon ascents, ho
reached an altitude ot 24,200 feet. This breaks the record for altitude
In a balloon nsVnr ns America Is concerned. Post stated that, at tho
highest altitude, his balloon passed
istered 40 degrees below zero.
t Island Transfer.
GEVrri 'Excavating and Filling:
Ttravin? and Enresiine
Wood and Coal rnone ooo
0! W. McDougall, Prop.
THE MATSqN Navigation Com
pany Is reported will soon acquire tho
barkcntlnes Irmgard and S. G. Wilder,
which for years havo been making
regular trips between tho Pacific Coast
and tho Hawaiian Islands operated
through tho agency ot F. A. Schacfcr
& Co. It Is claimed that tho nailing
ships will ultimately be returned from
tho sugar earning trndo, the Mntson
line depending'upon tho fleet of steam
ers for moving tho cargoes from the
Islands to San Francisco.
THERE' IS A POSSIBILITY of a
wireless apparatus being Installed on
tho United States army transiwrt Bu
ford within a few months. The offi
cers ot tho army boat state that plans
lor wireless communication aro prac
tically completed. The plant may bo
Installed upon her return to San
THE AMERICAN barkentlno Irm
gard is scheduled to dopart for San
Francisco on Saturday afternoon. Tito
vessel will bo dispatched through tho
agency of F. A. Schacfer & Co. The
Irmgard arrived here on September 19
with general cargo. Tho Irmgard will
take passengers to tho coast.
THE SHIPMENT of n million feet of
lumber which anhed at tho poit Horn
Grays Harbor on October 3rd, will bo
discharged by tho mlddlo or latter part
of next woek. Thy cargo comes con-
signed 10 tno agency, or i.cwem c
Cooke. The Esilada Is oxpedted will
be roady for sea by tho ICth.
ACCORDING TO ADVICES received
hero tho Toyo Klscn Kalsha liner Nip-
lon Maru, from Hongkong, Shanghai
and Japan ports, sailed from Yoko
hama bound for Honolulu and San
Francisco yesterday. Tho Nippon
Maru Is due to nrrlyo hero on or about
October 16th. ',
ANOTHER POWER SAMPAN has
been added to tho Maul Ashing fleet,
Tho now vessel .was launched at Kl
hoi last week. A trial cruise was
Blue anil Black
Ho Bum. 1 1 1 '
V T IN FOREIQN PORTS j I ARRIVED I
sldcnt Tnft today held n private con-
sum of $3,000 per month.
Into a legion whero tho mercury reg
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
made to Lahalna and tho sampan de
veloped n speed of two'lvo Knots per
AFTER BEING SCRAPED nnd
cleaned tho Inter Island steamer
Claudlno left tho Marino Railway this
morning nnd Is now tnkrrg on freight
destined for Maul ports, Tho Claudlno
will sail tomoi.ow,
THE BARKENTINE St. Kuthcrlnc,
which haB completed tho discharge of
a cargo of lumber at Hllo, Is reported
to havo sailed from tho Hawaii poit
bound for Redondo, California, on last
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer
Claudlno has gono over to tho marine
railway for a cleaning and repainting.
Tho Claudlno is scheduled to sail for
Maul nndInwall ports on Fiiday.
THE SCHOONER Americana having
completed tho dlschargo of her cargo
at Hllo ,1s reported to have sailed from
that port Monday with destination an
INCLUDED IN today's departures
was tho Island schooner Concord,
which left enrly this moinlng for Ha
waii, taking general cargo.
THE STEAMER J. A. Cummins
balled early tills, morning for Oahit
jorts, taking a general cargo.
For enuring a panic nt a moving
picture show bv crying "muider" In
n quarrel with ushers, iBnao Kirk
stein, a Washington (D. C.) tailor,
wag fln?d $25 and coscts at tho cap
ital. Royal E. Cabell, slnco 190C pnt.t
mastor nt Richmond, V11., is commis
sioner of Internal rovpnuo, succeed
ing John G. Capois.
W. O, Price, president of tho Knox-
vllle Furniture Company, died at
Knoxville, Tenn., nt Injuries In an
automobile accident near his home,
In each 223 lunar .months thero
are 29 eclipses of the moon and 41
of tho sun
Some light-woight goods of suj
perior quality -just received that will
make up into very stylish clothes.
W. W. AHANA CO., TAILORS.
02 S. King St.
Thursday, October 7,
SUVA Sailed Oct. 4:
S. 8. Mnr.imn. for Honolulu.
REi:ONDO-i-Salled Oct. 0:
Schr. W. II. Mniston .
SAN FHANCISCOTArrlcd Oct! 7:
H. 9. Plclndes, hence Sept. 27.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct. 7:
Ik. Olympic, for Honolulu.
MEMO Mall for San Francisco, per
Get man warship Arcona will close
at C p. m. todiy.
Wednesday, October 6. ,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct. G:
U. S. A. T. Thomas, 4 p. 111., for Ho
nolulu. SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct. 6:
Bk. Andrew Welch, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Oct. (i: '
8. S. Nippon Maru, for Honolulu.
I11LO 8allfd Oct, 2:
Bk. St. Katlrfcrln6, for Redondo.
HILO Sailed Oct. 4:
Sttir. Americana, for Gray's Harbor
Tuesday, October 5.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct. G:
S. S. Alamedt. hence Sept. 29.
8AN FRANC18CO Sailed Oct 6:
8. 8. Mongolia. 2 p. m.. for Honolulu.
Honolulu, October 4.
PORT LUDLOW Sailed Oct 1:
8chr. Allco Cooke for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA An tved Oct 1:
8. 8. Chlo Maru, hence Sept. 21.
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Octv?:
Schr. liOttlo Bennett, from Knhulul,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct. 2:
S. S. Virginian, from Salltn Crux.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct. 4:
S. 8. Hclcno, bunco Sept. 23.
H I I.O Sailed Oct. 2:
8. S. Columbia, for San Francisco.
Friday, October I.
GAVIOTA Anlvod Oct. 1:
S. S W. 8. Porter, henco Sept. 23.
GAVIOTA Sailed Oct 1:
Bp. Falls of Clyde, for Honolulu.
PORT TOWN8ENl Arrhed Oct. 1:
llklno. Mary E. Wlnkclmann, henco
Thursday, September 30.
GAVIOTA ArrlMrt Sept. 29:
'8p. Falls of Cljdo, henco Sept. 8.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 30:
S. S. Tcnyo Mnru, 8 a. m i dicuc
Wednesday, September 29,
SAN FRANCISCO Silled Sept. 28:
8. 8. Enterprise, for Honolulu.
HONOIPU Arrived Sept. 29:
Schr. Dofender, fiom ol'it Ludlow,
MAKAWELt Sailed Sept. 2Si
S. 8. Zambesi, for Sydney.
Tuesday, September 28.
SAUNA CRUZ Sailed Sept. ?:.:
8. S. Virginian, for San Francisco.
SALINA CRUZ Arrived Sepl 23:
8. S. Mexican, from Hllo, Sept 9.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 27:
S. O. Wilder, hence Sept. 8.
Annlo Johnson, from Hllo, Sept. 0.
GAVIOTA Arrived Bopt. 27:
S S. Santa Murln, hence.
DELAWARE BREAKWATER Ar
rived Sept. 27:
8. S. MasBnchU30ttB, from Hllo
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept,
Bk. Olympic, henco Sept. G.
KAHULUI Arrived Sept. 28:
Fr. sp. Neuelly, from Cardiff,
YOKOHAMA Arrived Sepl. 2G:
8. 8. Manchuria, henco Sept. 14
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept,
8. 8. Mongolia, noon, hence Sept. 19.
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Sept. 23:
Schr, Dauntless, hence Sept, 3.
PORT SAN LUIS Arrived Bcpt. 20:
8. 8. Roma, from Kahulut.
HILO Arrived Sept. 23:
Sthr. Borealls, from Gray's Harbor.
HILO Sailed Sept. 24:
8. S. MIssourlan, for Sallna Cruz.
NAOA8AKI Sailed Sept. 21:
U. 8. A. T. Buford, for Honolulu.
Saturday, September 25.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Sept. 2G:
8. 8. Manchuria, henco Sept. 14.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 2G:
S. 8. Mongolia, noon, henco Sept. 19.
HILO Arrived Sept. 23:
Schr. Borealls, from Gray's Harbor.
HILO Sailed, Sept. 24:
B. 8. MIssourlan, for Sallna Cruz.
Friday. September 24.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Sept. 24:
8. S.iHIIonlnn, for Honolulu.
MAHUKONA Sailed Sept. 22:
Schr. J. II. Bruce, for San Fran.
Thursday, September 23,
YOKOHAMA Sailed Sept. 23:
8. S. Korea, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Sept. 23:
8. 8. Asia, 2 p. m., for Honolulu.
HILOArrlved Sopt. 20:
Bk. R. P. lUthot, from San Fran
AHUKINI-Sallcd Sept. 20:
Schr. Admiral, for Poit Townscnd.
8AN FRANCISCO Sailed Sept, 22:
If, S. 8. Olncicr, for Honolulu.
Schr. Muriel, for llouolpu.
VICTORIA An Ivcd Sept 22:
, S. 8. Aorangl, henco Sept, 15.
S. S. Tenyo Maru will arrUo from
Yokohama tomorrow 4 p, 111.
S. S. Alameda will a'rrlvo from San
Francisco, off Diamond Head, Fil
day G u, in.
8. 8. Lurllno will arrlvo from San
Francleco Friday afternoon
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. These are ths telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Thursday, October 7,
M, N, S. 8. Entcrprlru, Youngrcn,
from San Francisco. Passengers nnd
Thursday, September 7.
German cruiser Arconu, Schroodcr,
for San Francisco, p. 111,
Stmr. J. A. Cumtfilus, for Oahu purls.
Schr. Concord, for Hawaii portB.
J SAILING TOMORROW
Claudlno, for Maul ports, G
.Bktn. Irmgard, Christiansen, for Snu
Francisco, 1 p. 111.
Br, cruiser Bedford,
for San Fran-
Stmr Mnuna Kca, for Maul and Ha
waii ports, 12 m.
Stmr. Miknhala, for Molokal, Maul
nnd-Ijiunl porta, G p. 111.
Stmr. Kinnu, for Kauai por'N, G p. 111,
Per btmr. Miknhala, for Maul ports,
Oct. 12, G p. m. Mrs. C. M. Cooko,
Mr p. R. C. 8.idler, Dr. Judd, Mrs. Judd,
M. 8. Harmon, Mis. Hnrhiun, M, Dit
dolt. Per stmr. Claiullnc, for Mnul and
Hawaii, October 8. Miss ,L. Kaalnap.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall lor Ka11.1l ports
October 7. E. II. W. Broadbcnt, wlfo
and child, R. W. T. U-ls.
Per stmr. Mlknhnln, for Maul nnd
Molokal, October G. Mra. A. Ljons.
Malls aro duo at llonolu'.u fiom
IHilnts ns follows:
San Francisco Per Enterprise, tomor
row, Yokohama Per Nippon Maru, Oct. 10.
Vancouver Per Aorangl, Oct, 10.
Colonics Per Monnn, Oct. 13.
Malls will depart fur tho following
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Hilonian, todny.
Yokohsmi Per Mongolia, Oct. 11.
Vnncoirici- Mo.ina, Oct. 13.
Colonics Per Aorangl, Oct, 15.
Buford, .from Honolulu for Ban Fran-
clrco, Oct. f.
Dlx, at Manila,
Logan, nt Manila.
Thomas, fiom S.m Frnnclsco for Hono
lulu, Oct. G.
Sheridan, fron'i Manila for Seattle, di
rect, Sept. 15.
Thursday, October 7.
Tempciaturcs 0 n. 111., 74; 8 n. in.,
78; lo 11. 111., 77; noon, 79; iiicrumt;
Baiomcter, 8 a. in., 30.01; uusolutu
humidity. 8 n. 111, C.474 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a, m.,
G3 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., CI.
Wind 0 a. m voloclty 8, direction
E.; 8 a. in., velocity C, direction u; IU
a. m.. velocity 10, direction L.; noon,
cloclty 9, direction N. E.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 1.
m.. .00 inch.
Total w(nd movement during 21
hours ended nt noon. 233 miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Bureau
Thero has been a reduction In tr.tns
i'aclflc flrst cUiss passenger fuics
between Far Eastern ports nnd San
Fianclsco by 'the Pacific Mall Steam
ship Company, according to advices
brought to Honolulu by tho transport
A cut of S23 has been Bllced off tho
-mount heretofore paid by tho traveler
leaving tho ports of Manila or lions
koiig. The new ruto from Manila' lo San
Kinnclsco Is placed At S22A.OO, wheio
It was formorly 1245. Tho iiccbnd
class faro between Manila and the Pa
cific coast Is now SS5.
In onlcr to compcto with other
steamship lines operating from Hong
kong to thb United States tlio haw
Pacific Mull rnto Includes railway
fareH to Poitland, Seattle or Vaticouv
er, 11. C.
Another limvutlnn Ih tho privilege
accorded travelers, luninlnlng on hoard
tho liners at an uxenso of only SIS
pr week wlillo tho eswl lay mcr nt
At tho battlo of Flourts, Juno 20,
1794, In the French Revolutionary
period, tho balloon was for the flrst
tlmu used In tho sorvlco of tlio aimy.
The AustrlaiiH, stupefied, saw tlio
niptlNo airship Eutrcpicnnnt nlinvu
their heads ut u height of 300 mo
tels, Tho Mexican Academy of Medclno
has appmpriated 120,000 for tho
pm poo of discovering tho cnuso of
t pliua and to develop a euro for
Btv f r