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WiKINfl BtTI.l.KTIN. HONOLULU, T. H., Fill DAY, JAN. 14, 1910.
;, Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive
leave S. F,
Connects at Honolulu with C. A. Line, leaving Honolulu for Aus
tralia' Jan. 8, 10 and every 28 hys.
v C. Brewer & Co,, Ltd.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP
Steamers of the above companies will
on or about the dates
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
t KOItEA JAN. 15
NIPPON MAItU JAN. 2t
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeld & Co., LM , Agents
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steameis rf the above line running In cengecllon with the CANAD
IAN PACIf-IO I1AILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.
S. W., and calling at Victoria, D. C
bane, are DUE AT HONOLULU on
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA:
1IOANA FBU. 6
Through Tickets Issued from
Europe. For Frieght and Passage
THEO H. DAVIES & CO.,
Matson Navigation Company
. . ! 1 " BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From San Francisco
S. Lurline Jan. 12
S. Hilonian Jan 10
For further particulars, apply to
JCASTLE & COOKE, LTD.,
I? FROM NEW YORK
Frcifiht Received at all times at
FIIOM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONO
S. S. NEVADAN, TO SAIL. .JAN. 15
E. S. NEVADAN, TO SAIL. .FEU. 12
FROM HONOLULU TO BAN FRAN-
B. S. NEVADAN. TO SAIL.. JAN. 29
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
63 QUEEN STREET 'I'll f I ' , , PHONE 295
Estimates Riven on all kinds of Drayine, Teaming, Bead .Buildlnf.
Firewood. Coal,, Waianae Sand For Sale.
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New'York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washlnoton Insurance Co.
4th FLOOR, STANGENWALD DLDG.
r ' l LIFE INSURANCE
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
But yon Must havo the DEST
end that Is provided by the famous
and nost equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co..
OF BOSTON, MASBACHU3ETTO.
If you would be fully informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
and leave this port as hereunder:
Arrive S. F.
Co. & I0Y0 KISEN KaISHA
arrive at Honolulu and leave port
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
CIHN JAN. 14
MANCIIUUIA JAN. 21
Honolulu and Suva, DJI, and Brit-
or about the dates below stated, viz.:
I FOR VANCOUVER:
MAKUKA FEI1. 1
Honolulu to Canada United States and
and all general Information, apply to
LTD.. OENERAL AGENTS.
For San Francisco
S. S. Lurline Jan. 18
S. S. Hilpnian Jan. 25
General Ajents, Honolulu
via TehuantcDec. '
the Company's Wharf. 41st Street,
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO
S.S. MISSOURIAN. TO SAIL. JAN. 14
IS.S. COLUMIIIAN JAN. 20
1'or f miner Inclination apply to
H. HACKFELD tsV CO., LTD.,
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Aeent.
For Walanao, Wnlalua, Kahiikumnd
Way Stations -9: 1G a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For l'call City, Ewa Mill nnil Way
Stations 17:30 n. m 9:1E n. m.,
U;(iu a. ni 2:15 p. m., -3:20 p. m..
5:15 p, m $9:30 p. m tll:00 p. m.
Tor Wohlawu '9:15 c. iu. nnd
5:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kutitiku,
Walulu.i nnil Walanao 8:3G n. in.,
G:3t p. in.
Arilvu in Ilouotulii finm Kwa Mill
ami l'e.i-1 City t7;1C u. in., S:36
a. in., 'lOilis a. m., '1:40 p. m.,
1:31 p. in., -5:31 p. m., -7:30 p. m.
Arrlvo Honuliilii from Wahlawa
8:3G n. m. and 5:3I p. u
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only,
'llici llnlclwa Limlicil, u two hour
Irnln (only llif,t fliihti tickets hiuiurod),
leaves Honolulu iivcry Himil.iyut K:'JJ
i, m.; rotiiriiliig,univoa In Honolulu
at 10:10 p, in. Tho Limited steps
nitlv at IVnil (UtJ ami Wnluii'io.
(I. 1'. IlKNIHON 1', 0. SMITH
Bulletin Business' Office -Phone 2fi8.
Bulletin Editorial Boom .Phone. IBS.'
mvuniD a uu.
BISHOP & CO.
'Commercial and Trav
elers' Letters of Credit
issued on the Bank of
California and The Lon
don Joint Slock Bank
Correspondents ior the
American Express Com
ran and Thos. Cook &
Interest allowed on
term and Savings Bank
, aus spreaeb & U,
W, G. Irwin.
: T. H.
San Francisco Agents Tho Ne
vada National Bank of Snn Francisco.
Draw Exchange on the Nevada Nit
tlonal Hank of San Francisco,
London Tho Union or London anil
Smith's Itnnlt, Ltd.
New York American Exchange
Chicago Cora Exchango National
Paris Credit Ljonnals.
Hongkong and Yokohama lions
Rong-Shaughal Uaiikiug Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Dank
of Now Zcalaud and Uank of Austra
lasia. Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British Not tli America.
Deposits teceivod. Loans mado ou
approved security., Commercial and
Trailers' Credits Issued. Bills of
Exchange bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Fcid tin) . .Yen 24.000,000
Reserve Fund Yen 15,940,000
HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
The bank buys and receives for col
lection bills of exchange, issues
Dmfts and Letters of Credit, and
transacts a general banking business.
The Bank receives local .Deposits
aoJ Head Office Deposits for fixed pe.
Local Dcoosits S2S and onwards
for one year at rate of 4 per an
Head Office Deposits. Yen 25 and
upwards .for one-half year, one year,
two vears. or three veari at rate .of
4--. .per annum. ,
Particulars to be1 obtained on am
Honolulu Office 67 S.Xing Street.
P. 0. Box 168.
M. TOKE5DA Manager
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD. ,
8UB8CRIEED, CAPITAL ..$200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL 100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. t. Peck
Ofllco: Comer Fort' and Kins St".
3AVINGS DEPOSITS rccclvod and
interest allowed for yoarly denoslts
at the rato of 414 po- cent, r.or onntim.
Rules and regulations furnished up
4V4 PER CENT., compounded
emi-annually, is the rate of interest
we pay on all Saving's Deposits.
Bank of Hawaii, ltd.
Capital and Surplus, $1,000,000
Will do it
'Bamboo Furniture Made to Order,
icture Framing a 'Specialty,
063 S..BESETABIA II,
ls12aileif -fi Baldwin
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
TT V TIl11,trlM !VIi1tlf
J.' B.' Castle . . ... Vice' President I
w. a. Alexander
S- Vice Prei.
7. P. Cooke.
Third Vi' "- nager
J. Water' .. TV 1 -trcr
E. E. Pa. ton . r -v
W. 0. Smith . .
J. B. Gait.... '
W. R. Castle,.. 'etc
SliUAH FACI'J .
WSSIGrt MtflCHA.v, .1,.
' iKS,UhANBL AbENTS
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maui Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sucar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahului Railroad Ccmpany.
Halcakala Ranch Company,
C'.sih: & Cooke. Ltd
Honolulu, T. H,
SHIPPING- AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
t Ewa Plantation Co.
' Waialua Agricultural Co.. Ltd.
Koliala Sugar Co.
Waimca Sucar Mill Co.
Apokna Sut;ar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis,
Blake Steam Pumps
Babcock & Wilson Boilers
Green's Fuel Economizers
March Steam Pumps
JCMson Navigation Co.
Planters' Line Shippinc Co.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QOEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. K.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Onomea
Sugar Co., Honomu Sugir Co., Wal
luku 8ugar Co., Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Kapapala Ranch, Thcmas Pineapple
LIST OF OFFICERS:
E. F. Bishop,' President; George
Robertson, Vice President and Man
ager; W, W. North, Treasurer and
Secretary; Geo. R. Carter, Auditor; P.
C. Jones, C. H. Cooke, J. R. Gait and
R. A, Cooke, Clrectotto.
AGENTS FOR THE
Royal Insur. Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.,
Ltd., of London. England,
Scottish Union & National Ins. Co.
of Edinburgh, Scotland.
The Unner RhW Tn. fin T.M
The London Assurance Corporation.
Caledonian Insurance Co.
KNABE , PIANOS
Masonio Building, Alakea Street
"WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast. .
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
Territorial Board of
Office .403 Stangewold Bldf.
David A. Dowsett
Real' Estate and Insurance.
203 Judd Bldg. 2nd Floor.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
'FORT and QUEEN STS.
DF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBM.
ALLEN 4 ROBINSON,
lawn Street .;; ;; ;; Honolala.
AND HUDSON PART
Connection Between Two
An Important c!mnso to ho cITccteil
grartually tlulins tli next rlx nrjiiths,
In tha nperntlfg iilana r tho Chalmers
llctilot and Ine llmlton Mutor Car
lo'iiranlrs, hui Just hsen nnnouncpd.
l'cglnnlng nnt later than Ju ' 1 next,
tlicso two co.i))jr.!HS wilt ho ownctl
and operated rc;)iratoly. Heretofore
lliey have lwen la-Kely owned mU con
trolled by otin bioui) or men, Ilia con
ttolling Rrour'n lnth companies com
sl-tlng of Hugh L'hilmcra, II It. Thom
as, II. II. Chi.lii, II. K. Cnffln, 1 O.
Hczncr, Jamct J. Mniity Leo Counsel
man, .1. I,, llnilton, n. II. Jackson nnil
Geo. V. Dniihnnt.
Soiuetlmu during the uprlng, accord
Ing to tho uiiuomicetUL'nt given mil liy
Mr. Chalmers and Mr. Clinpln, thrco of
the rrescnt Clialmrrs-Dctrolt olllccrs.
namely, Messrs. Codln, Homer nlid
Chnrln, will nspinno control of, and do
otc their ttmo nnil attention to tho
lludmn Motor Car Co.. ulillo Mcshib.
CliulmcrH, Counselman, llrady, Kurd
anj J'felter will continito with the
Chulmers-Iletiolt Motor Co., Mr. Chal
mers as president nnl ccneral man
nger; Mr. Counselman an lco-preitl-dent
niVl nsHUtnnt Koncrul mnmigcr;
Mr. Ilrudy an tccond vlro-prorldetit nnd
facloiy nuunger; II. W. Kuril n hoc
ictnry. and C. A. rfefter a trcaurcr.
Mr. Uiinhiiu, chief engineer ot the
II ti Iron Motor1 Car Co.. vlll iiBsnme 0
islmllar cafTacIty In the Chalmers-Detroit
Tho now ofllcera of tliu Hudson Mo
tor Car Co. will become: .1. I,. Ilmltum
cliMlimnu of the Inard; It. I). Clipln,
prcblilent; 11. C. Cotllu. vico-picHldent;
r. O. llezner, tecrctary; It. II. .lnck
boh, treasurer and gonrral manager; E.
C. Mortc anlCE manager. Mr. JacUaon
has been treasurer and gcncrnl man
ager .f tho Iludhon compnuy Blnce Uk
How Shift Was Brought About.
Tho business transaction which
makes this shift of tho official per
mniu'l of tho two compinlps sslb!o
wa. a very siiupli ntiu, Mrs.TH. Chupln
Coflln, anil llezner traded thuli Chal-mcrs-l)etrolt
holdings to Mr. Chalmers
for his llu.lnon holdlng3, Mr. Chalmers
pa Ing n very handsomo cash bartus.
Thus Mr. Chalmers noqulres control of
tho Chalmers Detroit Motor Co. and
Mcsrrs. Chnpln, Collin and llezner ac
quire control of the Hu.lson, company.
K. It. Thomat, of llurfulo. remnlim 11
itockho'ldcr and dltcctor In the Chal-mors-Deirolt
"We ate facing a business problem
and wo met It In a huslusaH-lIku way,"
said Mr. Chaplu In discussing tho an
nouncement. "We hao thought for
F.omu tlnio thai tho field of' both 'the
Chalmcrsilotrolt nnd Hmlnoii com
panies was so broad that both should
bo woikcd to tho limit. Wo decided
that-a rearrangement of our executive
forces was tho best thing to bring
about tho lezults desired.
"In common with my associates
havo tho greatest faith In tho future
ot tho light car business. I believe
that companies such as tho Hudson
and Chulmers-Detrolt. making good
cars at luw uhd inod'lum prices, and
In a position to produce In largo quant
ities,, will reap tho grcatost measuro of
prosperity within tho ncU few years,
it Is our belief In this bright future for
tho maker or tho light car that has
lullucnced all of us to rcarrango our
lineup so us to tako the utmost ad
vantage of tho opportunities offered.
"There will be 110 change In tho pol
icy or the Hudson company, In Its pro
duction of cars 'nt u very moderate
price, with the highest posflblo quality
that wij can put Into them. Tho un
usual success of tho Hudson "Twenty"
roaiibter nigues well Tor tho plans that
wo havo In view lCBpectlug tho future
or tho Hudson company.
Acreement Is Friendly.
"All or us Ik' 0 tho slncerest respect
for Mr. Chalmcis and his ability, und
our 'agreement Is .entirely a fi loudly
one. Tho two companies will aim to
work tin closo harmony nud to help
each other In every posslblo way In
tho future. v
'it. II. Jackson, .who continues a
ticasuropand general manager of tho
UiiJsou. con-piny, has been one or the
iiiMt 11nm1I11c.1t luctors In Its succoss,
and I1113 proven hlmscir nn untisunllv
Sir, Clialiuerc' statement of tho now
"It Js nlmply an oxp dlc-it busmess
niovovAVo leiiisl-cil the conclusion that
both conipiitileh would doelop faster,
and all cuucrtneil In them piospei
more rapidly irsthero wcro inoitt con.
ccntrutlou ,: cHort aloug ileflnlto
lines on the jurt or some of tho of
fleets. "It ils bomctlinos difficult lu'thu nc
tual manuKo-'icnt of thi iiuiliict cor
porations for tho Hiliim sit i.r mm, 1,.
Uilvo oach roncern tho full uinoimt of
iiiuiiuiiii iimt uiKii should havo. nnd
wo felt that tU ChuliuvisDutiolt uiul
Huilsjui ronip-nioH was ourli huge
enougli to demand the Individual at
tention of its own sot or oHIcdm. These
contemplated changes nil' not tuke
Place abruptly. Wo shall work Into
thorn giniliKill. atul naturally, go'that
the tegular operations or either, com-
i' tyiu 1101 iv intrrUitcd.
"I want to bay that my nsMiclatlun
with Metiers. Chnpln. Colun and llezner
has been long enniiRh for mo to havo j
learned to know them very won, aim
to appreciate thslr knowlidir- ot
automobllo field and their ability to
carry on successful opcialion 111 ennt
field; but, above all, 1 have learned to
havo, tin- highest posslblo estimate of
their Integrity and abllltj. Wo havo
always been the best of friends nnd
nut business relations havo been most
pleasant, ThU dual Is cntltcly frlendlyd
nnd win not In any way intcrrcro wttn
our business or personal relations In
tho future. H is tho spirit of our
ngrccment that, the two companies, al
though .they will ho eiltltely distinct
nnd operating along slightly different
lines, shall continue to work closely
together and In perfect harmony.
"Tho policy of tho Chalmers-Datrolt
Motor Co, will not bo changed In ilny
way. Wo shall continue to mako tho
Chalmers-Detroit '30' nnd 'Forty.' it
has been tho established policy of tho
company to offer tho public the great
est '03slblo -.nines at tho price ask
ed, and wo shall continue to follow
Hudson Company Very Sueeattfut.
The Hudson Motor Car Co. was or
ganized about a ear ago, and the
Chalmers-Dctioll peoplo were heavily
Interested In It from the stnrt. J. L.
Hudson, who has always been the larg
est Individual stockholder, was elected
president, and tho company nn-1 Its
pioiluct wcro given his n.uno. Tho
flrbt model brought out was tho Hud
son "Twenty" roadster. This caf
nruuted the greatest Interest when It
Was announced and It has been con-,
sldercil n car or uiuimiuI merit nt the
price. It Is tho largest, nnd many
good Judges consider the best looking
mid tuofct ellhleiit rir over offered at
mi) thing like tho pi loo. Heural thous
and of these cars hao already been
delivered. The company nu h id uu
ustnl success Tronj tho start.
The Chalmers-Detroit Motor Co., al
though one ot (lie younger companies
In the nutomoblle Industry, Is yet rec
ognized as one of tho most Important
The H. It. Thnmiis-Dctroll Co. was or
ganized iu '1900 and Mr.. Unpin was
largely responsible for the starting of
the company. II was bo who made the
arrangements with K. It. Thomas to or
ganize tho H. 11. Thomas-Detroit Co.,
and to get associated with him Messrs
Coflln, llezner uni Diady. Tho coll
ect 11 was n success from the start. It
beenme the ChalnierB-Detrott Motor
Co. In July. 1008, 'after Mr. Clulmcrs
had piirchuc0 from 12. II. Thomas n
large portion or his stock. The Ilit,l
inrtdel put out by the company was
tho Thomiu-Detroll "Korty." selling all
27C0. In July, mos tho Chalmers
Detrrilt Motor Co, announced what was
a" sensational cir nt tho time the
Clmliuers-Detrolt "30" nt S'.'OO a car
which aittomo'iilj men goncrally glvo
credit for liclim the ploneur mining
the clasa of ready good cars at n low
jirlre. This ear had bscii In contem
plation ror cone tlmo and wns the ro
suit or two ycirs' work In tlc.Mngnlng
Tho success pf tho company In tho sale
or both llje "30" mid "Fort."" Is said
to l.no been phcnomciiii, uni uuloniu
bllo men generally speak well or the
company mjd Its product and predict
ror tho concern a bright future.
It H r.
Keep Their Jots!
NBW YOIIK, Jan. 3. Tho quips or
Max or Oaynor continuto enliven Now
Today ho sent tho following letter
to William a, Edwards, comuilssolncr
or street cleaning, better remembered
as "Dig Dill" ICdwards or tho Frlnco
ton football eleven:
"My dear commissioner:
"Tuke on 11 few nioro football piny
era and maybe you will du better Jet.
''Sincerely ours, ' 1
"WILLIAM J. C-AYNOn."
The statement given out yesterday
by Mayor Oaynor seemed to Indicate
that Edwards would bo removed to
make way for a new commissioner or
the mayor's own choosing. Therefore,
"Dig Dill" hud 110 comment to make
today 011 tho innor'B praise. Desldcs
Edwards there aro threo football stars
In tho street cleaning ncpartment:
James J. Hognn, an old Ynlu captain;!
Harry Slaughan, tho Ynlo end, and
Oeorgo Uuckwalter ol Princeton.
Next week will test tho now mayor's
quality with regard to 0110 or tho most
Important questions or policy a mayoi
must decide Is this to bo n "wide
open" or a "closed" town? Aro Sun
days to bo "dry" or "wet?"
William 1 Halter Is still commis
sioner or police, but tho mayor's state
ment at last night Indicates that u
new lnnn wtll h:iv th li.
Hermun Illdiicr, publJjlior or the
btuats Koltung, has declined to bu
commissioner or paiks or Muiihaltan
and tho boioiigh or Rlclinicnil,
John O. While was selected to 'sue
coed the late Timothy I (I.lttlu Tim)
Gold Footballs ')
For Fast Players
NEW IIAVIJN, Dec. -jr,, Tim
Yale Unlvoislty Fniilfiall Ashoelittliiu
iiimountod that gold routbulls will
lie given to the following members
of this season's team:
M, II. Coy, W, A. flnebol, If. V.
Alidrita, S, H. I'hlibln, II, If, Hobbs,
W. S. Logan, T. I.llloy, J, h .Toljn
wu, IV J. Murphy.'W, L Uiowii, T,
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OP INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE AND OF
Notice Is hereby given that, pur
suant to tho power of sulo contained,
III that certain mortgage dated Au
gust IS, 1903, mado by Carolluo
Haughton ot Honolulu, Tcirltory oC
Hnwall, mortgagor, to tho 1'loncer I
Ifulldlng & Loan Association of Hu
wall, mortgagee, which said mort-
gago Is recorded In the Register Of-
flee, Oahu, In Liber SinmmTragea-
230 nnd 232, tho sald'ltiorT'r.igie-ln-''
tends to foreclose sUld' mortgage for
condition broken, to-wlt, tho non
payment or principal and Interest
Notlcd Js likewise given that tho
property conyecd by snld mortgage
will bo sold at i.ubllt miction nt tho.
auction rooms of Junes iV. l'ratt, on
Mcrchnnt street. In said Honolulu,
on' Saturday, tho filli day ot Febru
ary, 1910, at 12 o'clock noon or said
Tho property conveyed by sabl
mortgago and which 'will bo sold a
n foresaid Is all that certain piece or
land situated on Emma street, Hono
lulu nroresAld, bounded ns follows:
Deglnnlng nt n point on tho north
side of Emma street 227 feet from
tho north corner of Emma nnd Vino-
ynrd Btrccls, and running by true
1. N. 31- 5C W. 3S.r, reel liloiiK
Mosanmn lot; '
2. N. 5G" 10 E. 44.5 feet nlons
3. S. 32" 45 K. 42 feet aloilg L.
C. A. 55C, Ap. 2, to Eniiim.
I. S. nit" 35' W. 4 I.N rect along
Emma street to Initial point.
Also the buildings and Improve
Terms: Cash, United States gobl
Deed nt tho expenso ot the pur
Dated, Honolulu, T. 1L, January
THE PIONEER DUILDINa & LOAN
ASSOCIATION OF HAWAlf, '
A. O. M. nOIIEUTSON.
jAttornoy for Mortgagee.
451C Jan. 14, 21. 28;, Fob. 4.
Nollco Is hereby given that Mr.
W. P. Wilson, whose office Is In tho
building on Tort street lately occu
pied by this company, Is authorized
to receive nil bills pnyablo to thin
loniinny, and that ho Is tho only
person holding such authority lit
addition to the duly appointed treas
urer of tho company.
WJI. O. IIIWIN & CO., LTD.
lly Its Second Vlco President,
V. M. (III'TAIID.
Honolulu, January 3d, 1910.
' With Bulbs?
The troublesoino bulb on
cameras is being-"replaced by
the new , ifjjl
It is small and compact,
never fails to act, and is un
affected by climate.
Call and see them at
Photo Supply Co.,
AT VERY LOW PRICES
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
i hn. n
KAPIOLANI BLOCK- -.
Corner Alakea and Kino; Streets ,
: - --- 1 ct'- -
C. Naodcle, C. T. Cooney, 'in (l.'Holt,
A. L. Corey, J, II. I'ltzpatrlck, H. I'.
Vuughaii, A. Howe, 'R J, Daloy, E.
Savngo, I'. T. Krnntls, J, KfelU,
J. D. Biiunicr, C. II. l'aul mid W. 1'.
Silver roothnlla will bo picsented
Iu tha following men; H. II. llionkH,
II. II. Kreouiuii, I). (J, ToiiiIIiimiii. l
O. Chllds, T. I,. IIiiiilmiii, J, Ei V.ir
Ivor, K. W. 11) de, E. II. Morris, 11. N.
Merrltt, II. I'. Illnglilim, C. V. Mes
slliger, S, II, I-ietieli, (J. CJ, Illnrks,
It. C. Domli,T, .1, 11. roller. (J. E,,
Klstler, W. W. Taylor, ', M. HoblnA
son, O. 8. Smith, 3, C. I'latt mid If.
I MR' A't .JA
' i 1 Jaa""! IBil TH1H irT n r'T "d1 ' i . V , . ! J ' V .