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nVKNtNO tUILLKTIN, 'HONOLULU. T. It., BTURDAY, MAY 7, 1910.
agyimii 'Miiwuii ii zm
for Infants and Children.
Save the Babies.
lrVT MORTALITY h onicthln frightful. Wo can Imnl
it ii,.;.f ntiii.-M..Mni I ,..,", ".., .'"'. .7.
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nearly o,HM,uarcr do before they reach on., year, ; II. Irty-sevcn ,kt cent, or
more than on.M,rJ .before they arc .lire anJ I ono-half before they aroflftecn I
of lhc precious lives. Neither do .wo liesltato to say that many pi thejolufant.lc
fleatln rt'ooccMoned by tho line of narcotic preparations. Drops, tinctures and
sjothlnjr syrups sold for child. en's complaints contain more or loss opium, or
jfnorpiilnr ll.eynre, m conquerable quantities, oea.lly polwni. Jnnny quantity,
il.ey stupefy, retard circulation nnd lend
onerntcs exactly the reverse. 11 lauiici t
pores of the akin and allays fcer,
Tho 7 s iSfc0- Cnrnnlcc Reniitno
sign nt 11 10 or 1iayKV'UcAti Oanlerla
Physicians Recommend Cactoria.
f "I law sml your Cn.tntla In cawa of colic In
YtttMrrn aail bare f ntnd It Iho ltc.t twUlf Ino of !
iiod on tba mulct." J. K. Gianoi. M. I)
ChlraR 1. 1.1.
A nnllr loe n valnaMe and bcncflrUI for chll.
flrcn a. jotir Ca.tnrlit la tmia tb hlfilict lul.
I flad It la ore crcr) whtrc.
'. J. 8. AlTXiltn,M I).,
r OujaliA, Nib.
IttTc nM yonr Ca!lfrla on Tarlnua ocrann
Jo nltab1ccii,a anil have futinj It a t'auhlc- tint
.RlclratUiathv, especially In Ibu larlouc dUeaua
vt cbllilboul "
Cuai. Euwabd Oaniinirii, V, 1) ,
Ilrwilljn, N.T. I Kanaaa City, Mo.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
Everybody who KNOWS Beer
knows that there's nothing like
Peace Reigns in the Home
Where They Use
Ask Your Grocer For It
307 Fort Street
,llv rr.llr. '
to congestions, sickness, death. Cnstoria
bo blood to circulate properly, opens the
riisi.irla U cooil fnr chtMrcn anil fmytctlly
prvKtlbo It, au.t aKa.Tt nnhln t!io d alrcl rcntt."
r QlRiLU Duttnis,.M I),
loltalo. . T. !
jar.. Itlallrl;ht, l..thcrallall, for cbllJrtn nn.eii ninrRB nil 01 1110 recent.- mi-
v'llukeitnl.boutanytroal.lc." ' ported Rowns. Thoso'of tho brides-
C. A. Wiunx.M.n., Inialds nnd maid r honor wcio ilitlnty
BLtrala,Mn. nffalrs fiisliloned of hcer inMcrlal In
"TonrCanorlalalcndljrcmcJforclildrcn, pastel rhndCM.
known tl,.orl.lom. I u It In .y pracllc. ant I Tho rccvptlon which was to hav;
?u7U?f?0.0J.raaJ7bTn-. S "'0' """'"I flowed tho weddltiBcerennny was Jo
J, A. Doasai, 51, 1)..
For OVer 30 Years.
The Beer That
n-TD rr nn n r7c7?T7r?r?cnjfa
Lr,i'-"AAwt i .;jsam
Cupid Weeping! Weddlno Postponed,
Tlio Honolulu (lionilA of 1.1. Alln:i
MncDonnld, who wns st.itlnneil last
.year wllhjhu Pacific Meet, hnvo been
on the qui vlo to road the nccnuit
of llU WeddlllR to Mlbl SllZ.intlO Kir it
l,l,r'',k l,!c" w'n nplictliilcil to tako
'"nco ""'wmy owning, Apill lit!),
and was lo hnvo been tho prlnclpll
vt.lU , SwM Cnlc,1(r ,)f , ,
we,.ern inetiop, Tho follow In, I,
a clipping from tho Sun Prunclsco
'l ho one ah-wlilng to In In anclefy
nt tho pioscnt moment In uMnmjr
clothes, tho first roliy of thejc dainty
nffulra having been iccpi.ed for Miss
Summit1 Klrkpntrlck's wpdd ns? which
was acbe.lutcd to tko pt.ice on Thuri
ilay rinlnii of this eck, but wan
IHiKtpoueil iiwIhk to the serious IHncuj
of tho pretty lirl.lc-olcct,
1'UKsllily, the lian.Uoinfi't kowii Ue
lulled cp;elully for llio sedillnR wra
that for thn brldo horxelf. It was of
l.e.i uhllo sntln Vlal.orHtelv trlnr
Hied With niiantltlrH Of rale Old ll.Cii
"",1 wa mx,io wl,h ,IJ HIOiIIbIi tunic
have been nn elalior.tlo affair, and us
eory Riiest bad pnlded a new rowii
Tor the afTnlr, n ntray of advanced
Kiminier styles was expected that would
mark I he occasion ns ono of tho most
brilliant of the senson with rc3pect to
row nine It Is expected the no.frocks
will bo worn nt tho concert of tho
St 1'inncls Musical Art Society, slnco
a wcldliiK reception is now part of
the plans when tho ceremony unltlmi
Miss Klrkpatrlck and Allan MocDon-
aid docs take place,
Mrs, Mllo Potter and Miss 'Nlnl
Jones cumo up from Santa Barbara for
tho wedding, but nftcr a few days In
town relurnod to tho south.
Tho Misses Morrison of Ban .loso
wcro also anions those who inailo 11
trip to tho city to attend tho woddlnrf
nnd who remained for a day or two
nt the l'.ilace, where they entertained
nt several pretty teas.
Mr. nnd Mrs. MncDonald enmo from
Kentucky to bo present nt their son's
wcddhiK and nro Rtiests nt tho homo of
Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth MucDonald on
Presidio Terrnce. They will remain
until nftcr tho ceremony takeB place,
wnicn It is oxpecieu win uo nnnn. iwo
Mrs. Warren Returning.
Mrs. John Trcnholm Vnrren of
Honolulu; who has spent the past four.
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mother. Mrs. Kllznbeth Farrar of West
Oreen street. Is leaving on tho four
o'clock S. P. train Saturday after-1
noon. RolnR via tho owl to San Fran- rciv nt ppr case, sm.ie.i as uioimn
Cisco whence sho sails on the Man. looking upon Bomo hlphly exciting
cliurl'a Tuesday. April 20, for her Isleno from a box lit a theatre. Hor
nnd home. In San FranclBC. Mrs. 'other hnd stepped from tho machlno
Wnrron will bo Joined by Miss Mary
Rvnon of Philadelphia, whom bIio will
rhppcrono on tho voyage to Honolulu.,
Miss Kynon Is ROlnR down to spend.
several months with her sister. Mrs. ,
J.ouls J. Warren, whoso nmrrlngo wltu
Mr Wf.rrf.11 n nlrtnr brother of Mr..
John Wnrron. nnd n prominent lawer
or Honolulu, took placo last Bcutcm-
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Also In the party will bo Mrs. Mar-
tha Smith of I.OIIK Ileacll. who ROiM
down to spend h year with her two
daughters Mrs., Stephen Norton Hobo
and Miss Ituth Smith, who nro Iwited
In Hie Islnnd capital. Pasidena Nows,
Lucases at Pasadena.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. I.ucns, iiroml
nent residents of Honolulu, T. II.,
nro guests lit Hotel Oulrnalda fnr a
time. Mr. I.ucas Is managor of May
& Company, tho largest Rroeeiy
houso In Ilonnliilu. They hnvo recent
ly arrived on tho steamship "Mnncliu
rla." In company wIllfMrs. Lucas' sis
ter. Mrs. Ilarrctt, nnd tho bitter's
daughters, Miss Kiithetlno Ilainettnnd
a lounRor daughter, who have beon
spending tho winter ns the guests of
tho Lucases, nnd who left mem 111
Snn Francisco, and proceeded to their
homo 'in Salt I-nlci 'City. Mr. Lucas
brings his now Cadillac touring car
with him nnd tho family expect to tour
pnuthern Ciillfcjla with lU'dlnnds mi
their final destlnnllo'i. but they will
li in Pnoadenn fo' some weeks. Mr'Munn contested. . As tho women fell
Ilirnett la tho wlfo of n prominent mrk they broiiRbt their umbrellas or
physician of Salt L'ike City and horwhat remained nf them, and their
daughter. Miss Kiitherlne, t?ugbt In UbIh Into piny. Tho blnocoats had lost
ono of the Honolulu klinlerg.tilens till, much of their patlenro to say nothliiK
winter. Pasadena Nuwb. cif sertlons of their rublior coats, and
Mime rough wgik followed.
Wild Scenes At Coulrl-Crexel Weddlnn Belabored Estjh Other.
No such scones of wild disorder) As tho mob wns driven luck those' in
and hjsteila ,ovcr marked n weddlm; )ll(J rront rilnk' kicked nnd Jabbed full
In Now York ns thoso iittendlng tho mBy t tho jKillccmen, wltlle those in
marriage or Miss Mnrjorlo Owynnultle noxl v, ttiolr frantic nttempts
Oould to Anthony J. Droxol Jr. at St. t reac), tno common onomy, bolaborod
Ilartholomow's Episcopal Church.
Madison avenue and Korty-fourth
strpct, ycBterday nftornoon, saj'B the
Now York World of prll 20.. Frantic
mobs of women fought tho pollen with
llstB nnd uin.rellaH to forco their way
through tho lines, For a tlmo the
police wero powerless to bold tho
crowd In check. They only through
strenuous offorts of the reserves if
thn East Fifty-fifth street alatlon and
half a iloien mounted men restored
semblance of order,
liven the wc.ldliw of Miss
rl..nt. .....I llw. rtnl... ,if Tlnvliiirirli.t ?ir
v.i.vii nun in-' -' --
B f tan, ijMrpI IwilVf Ja
the samo rhurcti, when W(nicn
crowded thiniigh a coal holo, was not
chninctcrlzcd liy such frenzy, nor win
tho SzeichcnI-Vntidcrhllt ceremony,
At neither of these weddings wcro
thn linllnn mwitikr rill,..! iiimn n. nl
josterdny's, not oral hours boforo tlu
l.rl.lo wns due nt the church.
The wotKt onttircnk of all yestordnv
e.l. A, the llmouslno car bearing
Miss Cl.H.ld nn.l her father reached tho
comer or I'nrty fourth street and Mad-
on avenue n rhout of "The bride'
wcni tl, frmn 500 temlnlno throats
For n foron.l or wi tho crowd Kcemei'
nwed by llfty (lalrolnien who wcte
Rtnlioncd In front of the chinch. Thou
the motor car stopped In front of tho
awniiiR, At Iho sunic time rain fell
with more thnn usual lolcncc.
Stormed Police and Auto.
Tho next second there was n xtam
pc.lo of 80crnl hundred curiosity-mad
women for tho automobile. In a frenzy
ui VAIiVllltlll llllll lljmi:iin nivj nnvi
,,.. ,. 11... i.nllr-.. .lrlulnir ilinm nut
of excitement nnd hslerln they swept
( t10 nny ttth fists nnd lowered uni-
)icllos. Many or the women scroame-1
hysterically nnd clued llko savnRos
nt tho bluccoats who tried to hold
tlom unck, T10 i1(,avJ. downpour of
ran added to the ronfnslon. ScrRt.
Dnn Kcrty was III tho Tront of tho
lno of llco ,, roC(.VC(, tho bnmf
,)f the charsc Ono of the women with
whom l0 ,,,, tl1M,,0 afternoon
Ktttirk hint In the faeo wllh her urn.,
i,rPni W,ch t.lm had closed, knocking
1.1. t '
As he bent down to pick It up nn-
other )ouiir woman hurled herself
nfrnlnst him. throwing him to tho pave
ment. HnvliiR thus made a breach In
tho police Huh tho women with n shout
of triumph, swarmed over tho fallen
Fogerty. The other pollccinon had
made n last stand a few feet from tho
nnn1l. nnlon.nl.lle. Thnv mtel.t ns
wo hnvo rci1 (o ,tpn, tno ,,
stop the cimrRo or tno mnuucncd wom
en. Whlio KoRerty wns still tryliiR to
Ret to his feet his forco was caught in
tho maelstnrm nnd carried along.
With every barrier broken down tho
women surged iion tho automobile.
Romo of them tried tn climb on tho
short runndiR board only to ba pulled
bnck by thcrexcted sisters. Others
essayed lo , aln a coIrii of vantage by
standing 011, the wheels; all they gain
ed wns a fall Into a pool of muddy wm
fcr. Somo of thoso In tho front ranks
surged around tho machine pressing
,ne,r fncCB C,H0 , lho -aBB n thcr
lennorness to seo tho brldo. Hats hnd
ihnnn nullflit llff llrnHM ll.rll flit.. Iim.
If,.ii. .,.!, Jt in 11,., ,.... h.n ihnu
, .'. ,.., nm.in..
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.Th" Bride Only 8ml ed.
An'l through It nil Miss Oould. en-
n"1' extenne.i ins mum to nssin i.er
to ""slit when tho mob broke through
the lines. Ho turned npprelieiisUcly
v ""' u.u . ". u.u ...
"ns nnd. placed his other hand on his
dauhtcr- nrm as though to halt her
moment but sho stepped lo tho cap
1'eted walk Just ns tho women rushed
"l"'" tno "r. iiisicnu c.i ueeiiiR 111
tho rcfiiKo of tho chinch In terror sho
ood ralmly In lho partial sholtor.or
no cunupy bi.u aiuiivn urunu.y Bl u.u
Sho seemed to enjoy tho sceno Im
mcnscly and stood for n minute or two
cppnrently forgetful uf thnlmportnnt
mission that had brought ie there.
Her mouthful Interest In the outburnt
uiul courage under tho tiying clrcum
slnnccc seemed to bo communicated
to her father who had appeared nerv
ous, and ho reached ovor mid patted
bis daughter's nrm reassuringly us the
disorder Increased. Hut bIio never
lost her beaming smlto.
About this time tho crowd, which
was swarming iibout tho nwiilng
threatened to demolish tho canopy,
nnd Inspector "Smiling Dick." Wnlsh,
Inspector Iloottliir and dipt. I.aiilry,
who wcro In chnrgo of the imllco ur
rnngenieiits, ordered the mounted men
to clear tho street. Tho horsemen
chaigdl down on tho frantic women
and the few curious uiuii uud, aided
by tho policy on f.Htt, begun driving
back tho mob. Kvery foot of tho wny
the other women over tho head,
smashing their hals and causing their
colls of hair to tumble down their
hackr. And on them nil tho rain beat
lelenth'ssly. Tfieir curiosity onee
giatlfled however, and their urd'ir
inoio or less dnnipenoil,lho women
.wore not as difficult to mnuage ns
they had been when the bridal party
arrived. 'They hud won their point
and were more Inclined to oboy the
on,.r!, f 1B pollco. especially us thu
arms of somo of them had been grip
May nod none Ino rrcnlly by the oxnipo--
.a ... '....
lho efnwd had bcgun-to arrive bo
foro 1 o'clock, though tho wedding was
not to bo until 4. l hero hud been .1
funeral seivlce In the chapel of tho
church about ftoon and many of thu
women In tho crowd had attended (ho
Her Ice tor tho dead ns a ruso to enter
tho church proper, ibu toluu had nut
been borne from tho edlflco beforo
theso women streamed Into thu church
and soon tho aisles wero practically
filled, All tho efforts of tho sexton's
assistants to maka them lcavo wura
A lone patrolman had been on spe
cial duty nt tho edifice since 9 n. 111.
As soon ns tin saw the swarms of unni-
cn ho telephoned to Citpt, La 11 try. j
Whllo Lantiy was on bis wjy 10 thu
church wlllj tho reserves the crowd I
walked rapidly around tho pews, n
kcoio or more tried to forco their way
insldo tho chancel rail, and mnuy I
pulled flowers and tugged nt vlnM I
lined In tho decorations. Lantry and
his men ejected lho vandals wmiu.ii
ceremony. Tbli women resisted and
the pollco practically had to shotu
them from the chinch. Inspector
Wndsh with other policemen arrived
In t.mo to help clear Ihe chinch. If
It had not been for tho pol.ee many
thousands of dollars' worth of floral
decorations would have been destroy
ed. As It was the souvenir hunters
plucked hundreds of blossoms mil
toro down 'fernB and vines.
Onco outsldo tho curloslty-nmd wom
en Joined tho crowd on tho sidewalks
nnd stood In. tho rain for three hours.
Moit of them wero drenched.
After the ceremony, when the brldo
nnd bridegroom npp?ared nn.l entered
tho Qould car the police weio prcpnrcd
for another stampedo, but their latu
adversaries had apparently lost the'r
curiosity and mudu uo attempt to rush
the niitomoblle. As Ihe machine drotn
away with tho smiling collide tlu
Sunday was a delightful day for
motoring nnd many took ndvnutngo
of the weather and good condition
of the roads to run down to Hale
iwa for lunch.
J, A. Kennedy, with his family and
party of friends; Oovornor Frcar,
with his brothers, and Mr. Ayrcs, the
architect; Char.. It. Frailer and par
ty; Mr. nnd Mrs. II. N. Almy, with
two friends; K. K. Hull, of Walpnhu,
with tho Danfords; Messrs. William
son nnd Dodge; and H. J. Lord, with
u party of five from tho McRno Co.,
wcro among thoso lunching on the
lanals at llalclwa. v
Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Smith spent
tho"wcck-cnd at llalclwa. 4
W. Frank Plene was given a
"chicken lunch" at lluletwa on
Thursday, by"u number of friends.
Tho cruisers' Chattanooga nnd Cle
veland now en roiito from Manila .to
Mare Island will call hero, mid whllo
but a short stop nil! bo mtulo It will
enliven tho town to somo extent, as
tho advent of the ships always brlns
a certain pleasant uxcltcmont. Tho
commnndcr of the Cleveland Is Com
mander Hugh Hodman, who Is welll
and favorably known In Honolulu,!
where ho was foiincrly captain of tho
Honolulu Naval Station. Commander
J, I). McDonnld Is in command of tho
Chattanooga. Tho ciulsers are ex
pected In about two weeks.
lu tho year eighteen hundred and
sixty-seven, on Ascension Day, Saint
Androw's Priory was founded, uml 011
each anniversary n Bervico bus been
held In commemoration of thu ovenl.
Thursday, thu fifth "f Mny, was As
cension Day, nud ihe children of Saint
Anuiows Cathedral schools nssem-i
bled in tho Cathedral and III u proces
sion with tho bishop nn.l clergymen
of thu church went to lho Coral Crura
nnd (hero held n brief religious sir
vico which wns most impressive. Noar
tho bishop stood Sisters Ileatrlce nnd
Albertlna, who wero present at tho
nrst scrvicu held in eighteen liundroij
anu sixty-seven, wno liavo watcher thu
advancement made In ull department 1
of tho chinch and liavo given tho host
years of their llcs to this good work.
At the clnso of tho hnlf-nfter flvo sor-
vico In tho lovenlng Sisters llealrh.o
and Albertlna each planted 11 lojnl
palm In tho now priory giniiuds, which
was significant of victory, Illshop
Kcstarlck dedicated thu beautiful or
atory at thu priory at seven o'clock on
thu murnliig nf Ascension Day
Mrs, Marthu 0. Smith of Iiiiu.
Beach Cut. urrlvod nil Iho Mauchurll
to visit her daughter nud son-ln law,
Mr. nnd Mrs. 8. Norton Uobo, of 1711
Csptnln nnd Mrs. Arjhur Mnrx, who
hao been occupying Mr, and Mrs, 0.
II. Itoblnson'H house on Illnglmm St,,
hnvo rontcd Tom May's houso on
K nail sTreet.iiud will bo at homo In
their friends 011 Thursday,
Captain nn.l Mrs. 1'iaiik llobar.U
entertained Informally at- dinner Sat
urday evening In honor of Lieutenant
and Mrs. Wilcox of thu U, 8. rtovonua
Dutch 8 upper
Mr. Hiird nnd Mr. Wilght entertain
ed at a Dutch supper Thursday oyo
nlng after tho thcatrlu. Tho supper
was given tn honor of Mr. unci Mrs.
Wrny, who woro warm porsonal
friends of Mgr, Kurd In tho States.
Among those present woro.Mr. and
Mrs. McRae. Mr. and Mrs. noyL McJ.
nnd Mro, Wray, Mr. Wright and Mr.
The Pnloln Serial Club met on
Thursday evening at, the Foster hoina,
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N. J.. U. S. A.
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In tho valley, Tho usual number nf
games of pedro wcro contested nmt
prizes distributed. After tho games,
delicious lcfrcshmeuts were served,
with chocolate ns tho bovorngc.
Among those present were Mr. nn.l
Mrs.. Foster," Mr. nn.l Mrs. Merrill,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hideout, Mr. and Mrs.
Onnlston, Mr. and Mrs. Hurtt, Mr.
and Mrs. Iloyd. Miss Kthel Day, Mrs.
Wright, Mr. Clyde" Wright. Mr. Mc
Oarvle. The Fosters will shortly
movo to Wnlklkl for tho summer
season, whero they hnve rented a
Tho family of Mr. .1. Wj.Djer have
been expectantly watching tho nrrlvnl
of tho Mongolia, which Is to bring lho
husband and father to his dumostli'
hem Hi, After 1111 nbienec of n num
ber of months iipcm In the far east
where business for thu Honolulu Iron
Works took blm. .
Mr. nnd Mrs". Mil entertained n
number of friends nt u brhlgo party
on Saturday cvcnlnit.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Riin'on Hind nud Mr.
Pnetow weio tho Riiests of Judgo and
Miss Atkins from Saturday to Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard OTeeiiwoll,
Mrs, Ilobco nnd Mr. Julian flrocnwcll
will nrrlvu from Konti next Mtm lay
to visit Mr. and Airs. Hall nt Nlulll.
Mis. Austin gavo h smalt bridge
party for Dr, Chnso on Wednesday
Miss Mildred Kompster spent thd
week end with Mrs. Mny.
A concert was given las't, Saturday
evening nt Piiohiiehit. for the bouoilt
of Mrs. MrDougall's Sunday school.
Mrs. J. Overton, oi Honolulu, vts-
Ite.l Mrs. J. 0, DiiBsel last Wednesday.
Sho returned Friday, tin tho Mnuna
Dance and Concert at Kallua.
A combined concert and diinco was
h;ld at the Palaco pavilion Knllun cm
Saturday to provide fimds for the local
bund. Tho concert proved n great
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. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is pal-
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Knu nnd Kohala attending. Dancing
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A11I1I, Alu, lller. Chill Dnsscll,.Knpa
Hon, Kuumnhonl, Lenn, Uilo, Meln
clcko, Mayall, Monaarrat, Mtillcr, Ogg,
. Rcnlon, Rogers nnd yuten. Mesdnmes
Ala, Kepnllon nnd U1I0. Misses Alp'.o,
IKnmaa Alu Clniko, K.uimahoiii, Man-
ucl and Midler.
Dance at Moana Hotsl,
A dance will lo given this evening
nt tho Monnn hotel In honor of thu
1 first class passengers of thu Mon
golia. Army, Navy and town folk nro
A FLOOD OF ALIENS
SWAMPS UNCLE SAM
NEW YORK, April 14. Tips Immi
grants arriving on three ship wcio
held on the vcssols yesterday beennso
tho Inspectors wcro unnbla to hiindli)
, them on i:ills Island. Thirty thmisnnd
njo to reach this port wltljln a wcok.
1 Thoso hold up yestordl.y wero 18(7,
on tho Cunnrder Caronln. 1080 on tho
Ocoautc and 17?G on tho Hamburg liner
President Lincoln. KlRhtccn single files
of Immigrants wcro being registered
yesterday at Kills Island nnd lho
boards of Special Inquiry wero In ses
sion, but could not bundle nil tho' tie-
I tension cases.
Tho total Influx n day would popu
late any of half a dozen villages around
New York. Ono' week of ho prosont
rush of Immigrants would fill Mount
Vernon and leavo nn ocrflow of G000.
If Nowborg wcrp doserled by Its
dwellers all its houses could not con
tain the thirty thouSnnd who, nro press.
Ing for mlmlttnncc. Thoso who nrrlvod
In March would populato threo cities
tho slzo of YonkcrB.
Thoso unnblo to read or wrlto who
arrived last month would mako n city
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