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Pacific Stated, 7 ISO p. in.
Honolulu Stated, 9 p. in.
Hawaiian First llrgrec.
Honolulu Chapter Itcg.
ulnr, ." i. in.
All visiting members df tn
Order aro.cnrdlnlly ln).ted to
attend meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
t nii st :au r. a.
inniur rTiniurrnf.t Members 01
waninc cnomtcna 0ther Auo
EHEFICIAL ASIATICS, ciatiom cor
HAHMONY IQTJQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
:30 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. R. HENDIIY, Secrotary.
H. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU I0D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
-, Meets every first ami third FrU
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
cornor Fort and Beretanla. 'Vlsltlng
brothars cordially Invited to attend.
:, WM. JONES, 0. C. .
'. O. F. HEINE, K. R. 0. -
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P.O. E;
', Honolulu Lodge No. C16, 0. F. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday ovon-J
log. visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
I JA8. D. DOUOHERTY, E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
.. Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to' nttend. -- -
!" u tiirtniva s..him -
E. V. todu.'o; of R. " Z Z
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F, 0. E.
i Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED-"
CJESDAY evenings of each month a't
7.: Sp o'clock inK. of P. Hall, cornet
Beretanla and Fort streets. .
' Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at-
J W. U. IUL.UY, V. 1'.
Wit. 0. McCOY, Sep.
WM. McKINLEY LODOE NO. 8,
' ' Meets ovcry 2nd and 4th Saturday
Vt eyejilng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of .P.
Han, cor. Fort nnd Beretanla. Visit-
fc. Ing brothel s cordially Invited to at-
' H. A, TAYLOR,, C. C.
Pi,,. E. A., JACODSON. ,K. R. S.
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNCj.
m 8aturdav. June 10.
Fred Wright, 8. P.: Mr. and Mrs
I' A. W. Collins, Maul; W. F, McConkoy,
Maui; W. F, Sachs, Schofleld Bks.;
0. Haelght, Scholleld Dks; II. P. Por-
kins and wlfo, Wyoming; Mrs. M. K.
"C'Welnbergcr and baby; Count Gas-
1 ton do Nlverlle, Paris. Count Pozzo de
? Borzo, Paris; Mr. and Mrs. L. Arras.
!"dw ivin; w, J. DUUriu. O. I.; r.
Douglas Kinney, Kahulul; Dr. I). D.
Bond, -wife and son, Kohala; Mrs. J no.
-Hind, Kohala; Henry McRao and
wife, New York; R. M. Roberts nnd
(valet. Now York; A. M. Aldrlch, I.03
Angeles; A. M. Schmidt, Ewa; J.
'Fleming, Wablawn; C. T. Ward, City;
Geo. Andorson, City; Geo. J. Wpnil,
'City; . 0. Henderson, 8. P.
ATTH5 I iWAIIAN.
Saturday,' Juris 11.
Guy F. Maydwell. Kona; 0, A. John-
Ison, Ban .Francisco; O, D. Merchern.
nt.nJnUn,n.u..i W tf Tlfitn!1n Vfil
.uku;,Carl.,Scliusktg- wlfo jyid child
iT Friday, J"" 10:! ' ' " ,
W Thos. H. 'Koliyi'San-FratlclscorEmll
Called; M. Jongentel, Wahlawa: ..
The Mcmotlal Services of the In.
dependent Order of, Odd Fellows will
bo held nl Odd Fellows' Hall on June
H9. 1910, at 2:30 p. ni.
AYLETT TO TELL
(Continued from Page 1)
declaration that hrf would not give
out anything to the supervisors or the
public. Kano who Rat opposite smil
ing replied, "Why did you give out all
that Inle to tho Advertiser?"
To this retort, Aylott mado no re
ply Member Ahla clearly Implicated
Wllllo Crawford ns tile representative
to npproached him In tho intcrcstn
of the nittilllhlc PaVcmtn't.
"Crawford called upon mo on three
different occasions during tho pavlnp
controversy," declared Ahla at noon
"Ho Is the man who first approach
ed mc In this room and told mc that
I hail ought to vo'.o for tho pavement.
Ilo never offered a cent of money.
"In this cio I believe that It Is
unreasonable to leave It with a Grand
Jury. This bilbory charge has been
"I hnvo not, did not nnd would not
offer anyone flvo cents ns n bribe on
that bltutlthlc contrnct," said J. A.
Oilman In response to n question at
his ofTico .this uftrptnreonon In regard
to tho story of Aylott.
"X henrd that bribe story thrco
weeks ago, but It was so utterly pre
posterous that I paid no attention to
it' at that tlmo,' continued Oilman.
"I heard It again last week and under
"the same conditions I thought It wn3
not. . of any uso bothering about."
Oilman said that ho had Just been
to'thcmcetlng of tho Supervisors, but
that "ho had not learned anything
that would clear up the mystery al
though lie thought that Aylett should
be'jnado to prove his statements
which ho has mado public In such n
widespread manner during tho past
"I don't know what Is the object of
that Supervisor In makln gsnch stato-
Bargains : Domestic Departm't
Bedspreads, Sheets. Towels. Linens.
HEMMED SHEETS, READY FOR
81x90 at 60c, 75c and $1 ; 25 p.er cent- undr regular prices
90x0 Sheets, $1.25 r;egtllar; Special IJext Week, $1
BEDSPREADS, REMARKABLE VALUE , , ;, v "
. At $1.25, $1.50, $1.75,, $2, $2.25; $2.50, $3, $3,50, $4, $5, ,7.50,
PILLOW SLIPS, 42x36: 10c, 12 l-2c 15c, :0c, 25c ' ' " " r; .
TURKISH TOWELS, 75c $1, $1.25, $1.75, $2, $jL$0 ;to 5 dozen. . ','r;
TABLE DAMASK, 35c, 50c, 75c, $L $1.25, $1.50 '
100 D.ozen Odd Lots in TABLE NAPKINS, Special Prjces for Ntext
peek's Sale of Domestic Goods. ' "'""T
All Goods .laid out .on the tables marked in plain figures.
It will pajr well to aftehd .this sale.
't!' -a '4
LORAL AND GENERAL l!
1 1 1
It fcgoes without saying that every
thing Is Deal at The Encore.
'Soda 'water from 'Lolthcad and
Woodward,. 12C3 Miller la purest and
For summer reading seo Drown &
Lyon Co., Ltd. A large assortment
of now books Just received, also a
shipment of reprint editions contain
ing many noW titles. ;
A.' M7 Ilrown left nt noon today for
Lnhalna, where lie lias several Im
portant cases to take part In. Court
ppensat'tho ancient capital tomorrow
rrfornlng, ..and will probably laBt a
week or so.
Its vary annoying to have to strug,
gle with a hard working padlock, .You
can avoid this If you get tho Yale
Padlofk which gives perfect security
.wfth'qulck opening. For Balo at 'Low.
I era & Cooko Ltd., 177 80. King St.
your rrlcmis win enjoy their evening
call much more If you entertain them
wttf the singing of the world's famous
artists. This you can do If you hnvo
;in Edison Phonograrh. For salo by
Unwaflan News Co., Alex. Young
nihulo, a Russian who s alleged
to havo broken up romo furniture' be
longing to another, subject of, Iho Czar,
I was illrchargcd from custody this
morning at the pollen court ns tho
prosecution did not wish to press tho
Dr. Augustus Marques, consul for
France, called on Acting Govornor
Mott-Bmlth .today and had an audi
ence J? th hm ns president of tho Ter
ritorial Hoard of Health to get In
formation nnd reports' on diseases In
J. .Johnson, who Is charged with
speeding his automobile and. Incldcn
tally, Is fald to have broken another
flvo Of tho County' Ordinances, de
manded a Jury trial tlilsi morning nt
tho police court, and consequently wa3
sent over to t'io Clrcuft Court.
Jim Joo beat his wlfo up. accord
ing to tho story that was told at the
police station yesterday, but this
morning boforo Judge Andrndo, the
case amounted to nothing much, and
the defendant .was allowed to depart
after paying costs of one dollar,
$.$.$$$ $,S t $5 t" t'
ments but In my opinion he should
bo mado to prove them or plso re
Asked If thcro was anything ho
had to say on tho bribe question Oil
man stated that thcro was nothing
ho could add to his statements nl
rcady on tho subject.
Special Inducements to Householders for this
., y , ,-.
fit t 1 ,4,
f r ( r
City Transfer Co.,v
" JAB. H.'LOVE.
;, it ft"
(Continued, from Pa?c 1)
vessel ns this Is a rule .that is now
enforced on tho Wllhelmlnn by the
management. On the first trips of
tho big vessel a number of horses
and cattle woro brought down to tho
Islands nnd consldcrnblo objection
was raised by passengers. When
Captain Matson returned to tho
const ho Issued orders that hereafter
tho Wllhelmlnn would be exempt
In tho matter of carrying livestock.
Among .the returning pnsscngcrs Is
Allen .Herbert, who comes back from
a Visit to tho mainland.
City and County Troasuror Richard
Trent Is back from a business mis
sion that carried him to London,
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. It. Thompson come
here to take up work nt the Park
Theater. iMIss ..Desmond Is nlso an
other vaudcvlllo performer who will
open n season nt tho Fort street play
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Hepburn were
welcomed by the McCandlcss family.
Mrs. Hepburn was Miss- Madge Mc
Candlcss and returns to her home nt
Honolulu tho brldo of Mr. Hepburn,
who will .soon assume tho manage
ment of tho .Hawaiian Electric Com
pany. TO .HE LET ALO.NE.
Editor Evonlng Ilullotln:
I was found guilty before District
Magistrate Frank Andrndo upon tho
testimony oFono lono witness, who
exaggerated to get' a conviction. Tho
onco martyred chief of detectives,
who sworo ho arrested mo for tho
same offensp while, In office, succeed
ed In getting n conviction nnd a pen
alty of $250 beln(f Imposed, which I
paid. Two weeks lator ono of tho
samo men convicted, and fined, was
'l l,-'i-iiwiiojj ' daJ i . &
arrested on a similar charge. Ho
pleaded guilty and sentence was sus
pended for thirteen months. Last
Week tho same man was again ar
rested on tho same charge, pleaded
guilty and was fined $40. Previous
to my arrest by Taylor i have b'een
chnrged with gambling twice In my
lite. I am brought up before .tho
public In the columns of the Adver
tiser every two weeks or so. 1 have,
been working trying to earn an hon
est living for J1.C0 laborer's pay, but.
am afraid with the assistance I am
getting from tho P. C. A. t will havo
to go back to same old ranks or leave
my home , town.
"" Is' this fair play?
WILLIAM C. VIDA.
Honolulu, Juno 13, '10.
Graduation books, , a large assort
min,t, Just received, some very chofce.
Drown & Lyon Co., Ltd. '
No sign of Soon Duck up.HH noon
tlmo today; .Anderson Graco is said
to bo dabbling In, wireless telegraphy
now, and ho'pcs to soon be In com
munlcatlon with Oabu Prison.
Mothers will find a large assortment
of shoes for blc1 and little liovs "and'
jBlr(s'(at the Mclnorn'y J3hoo Store, Fort
abovo King. Thcro aro especially
adapted for drcsrf'wear and should bo
bought for the closing' school exer
cise NO WJHKLEa.3 telegraph .appara
tus will bo placid on s'tcamships' rum
Mine between' San Francisco" and Pa
nama, bccaiiso there are no shore, sta
tlons, according to an announcement
mado by ft. P. Schwerln, 'general man-,
nger of the Harrlman steamship Unci.
Tho wireless apparatus that was' on
tho Pennsylvania was removed'for that
Intcr-tsl&nd and O. R. ft L. shipping
books for' sale at th Uulletln
office. 50c each.
ig" -i.. rl 0t'-if
IV . . ""lit ....... n-rr. it, Hfti r"
t 'ARRIVED - I ,. "".!. . .C7I I
' - .-.4 14
Tuesday. June 14. w'
Bin FrancrsccA-WIIh'elmlna, M. N.
8. '., .a. m. (Indlstrcss.)
'tfawalK'nortat-Nllhau, stmr., a. tn.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Wednesday, June IS.
Kauai ports W. G, Hall, stmr.
1 ' Thursday, June 16.
Hawaii and 'Maul ports Claudlne,
Per M. N. S. 8. Vllhclmlna from
nn Francisco. For Hondlultl Mr.
and Mrs,' 8. II. Thompson, Miss Flor
enco Ouppy, Mr. Z. K. Myers, Miss
C. F. Hcmenway, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Morrow, Mrs. Desmond' and daughter,
Dr. A, Herbert', Mr. and Mrs. E. R
Shaw, Mr. n. H. Trent, Miss M. A.
Dean, Mrs, J.' R. Dean, Mrs. Oraco
Waljham. JMIbs Hutcliason, Miss O. S.
Rartlett, Mrs. W. ncckwith, Mrs.
C. II. Miller and two children, Mrs.
,A. Herbert. Mrs. F. M; Kngcls, Miss
,S. Jor"y),Mlss' Sadie Stiirdcvant, ,Mlss
F. Holloway, Miss Margaret Kelr, Miss
Sullivan, Mr. Carl Pj Scha'effcr, 11 r.
'and 'Mrs. C. O. Holscr Jr.. Mr. S. D.
Aldrlch. Mr. Miller, Mr. J. R. Win
thiopc, Mr. R.- S. Thurston, Mr. F. S.
Hill, Mr! c: Nlchoi. Mr.' It. Sharpo,
M.r. C. H; Llpplncott, Mr. II. J. Cars
ten', Mr. B. Downing. Mr. F. F. .Wood
ford, Mls C. Carra, Miss A Davis,
.Miss ff.- Darraclqugh, Mr. and Mrs.
fJrosso, MrtLXf. J. Curran. Mrs. S. II.
.Ca'ry,' Mrs. Carrlo' Jl. Drodic, Miss
Anna Arms Mrs. L. F, Jnhntion, Ml
Ornco Storcr, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hed-
-4..f.,' -.l r. f.ll." tw. 't C 1fl..
man, Mr? H. N. Waymont. Mrs. II. A.
Petersen Miss' Violet Pctorson, Miss
S. 0. Miguel, Mla F. Petersen. Mr.
and Mrs.. N. White Mr. F. D. Bra
dc'n, 'Mr."L. '.Cary.'Mr. H'. D. Rev
ridge, Mr, J. If, Daucr, Mr. Martcnet
,tl. Mr? J. F. McCarthy'. Dr. W. D.
Huntington, Mr, L. F. Cockroft, Mrs.
R. D. Mead and child, Mr. II. Oh
landt Jr., Mr; and 'Mrs. H. M. Hep
burn, Mr. W. Ohlandt, Mr. Allan Ham
ilton. WATERFRONT NOTES
AT NOON today, two steamers of
the Inter-Island fleet sailed for Ha
waii. .The .Territorial ba"nd 'was at th'
wharf .to play a bort 'voyage. The
Mauna' Kca Balled for Hllo via way
ports with a full' list of cabin passen
gers. The launa Loa. destined for
Kona and Kau potts left .at tho same
time. Both vessels carried a largo
number of young 'pcoplo who havo
been attending the .Honolulu schools
C. IL BROWN of tho Honolulu
Bcrap Iron Company has been refit-
ting and converting tho olej Kamalo
ln9 a bargo .and the worx .is now
about completed. The' xejnvlnatcd
Kamalo, ithe prldo of the Hawaiian'
naval station will be turned over to
the Federal government for tho pur-
pose of transporting' material and sup
plies betwecn'Honolulu and Pearl Har
SUOAR AWAITING shipment on the
lland of Kauai Included the follow
ing consignments according to ,ast 're
port received, at, yie omco oi. iio in-
"rr a 'i oiKn. XT 'v n 'linn. 'U A'
. ,D, ," . .. ,"- v, ., ,..
JK. 48,09i fICB. 24,862; K.. P. 7771;
L. P. 805; K. 8. qo. 1100: M. 8. Co:
7?00; H. M. 3632;-O.F. 38,B40".
A SHIPMENT of Boven thousand
sacks .of Kauat sugar has been dis
charged from .the Int.crlsland Bteamer
;Klnau and.tnat vessel. is on.tno norm
to'sair for (larden (Island ports at.flyo
.q'clock 'this evening. ' Tho Klriau
leaving with it 'largo list' of nassen.'
eorB.' ' I
, A LARGE SHIPMENT of sugar1
taken on ,boarji alf Pepeckco and other
injris un nawuii wwj uruugni loiuo
by the Inter-Island steamer Cascad?
and the cargo was transferred to ''tho
'American-Hawaiian frrilgliter Mexican
which .Hag' sailed 'for Sallna Cruz.
SINCE HER ARRIVAL at Honolulu,
tho Inter-Island steamer Hetene has
dlEchargcd"ll,445' Backs or Hawaii b(
gar. The vessel nlso brought1 71 head
cattle, '16 calves, ,16 bales wool arid'
' ' .'
THE INTER-IStyND ntcamer Iwa
Ian! was dlBpatctiedfor.Mahtikonaand,
Kawalhse at noon 'today. iTho vessel
wU .rgturn wltli a .shipment pf sugar"
ana cattle, tc
. THE A.MEItlCAN schooner O. L.
Vatson has completed .the illbqhargi
bf a shlpmont of lumber at tho port of
.llllo and sailed on Saturday wljli des:
tlnatlon as PugoU Sound. '
.AUSTRALIAN Coal. Is going out of
.the American bark Jiawall tat Mohu
, kp.ua. jio vessel arrived, recently from
ixqwcasie, im. h.jv. ,
1 IT jIS irtEPpn.ftjp, that the mprl-'
5n. scliooner. Sequoia "ie dlschargjn'j
V siiipmenf of lumber at Hllo'fa'llway'
wharf. ... '
r . , ijj-iitt .
. Do "you wnril'Tt(T'lRfRels:.'Inrrr-aBa
your oslatp'nt death or n relatlvpij,
smrill .outlay? ,Thon Insure, ' In ,rThn
Prudential, .Hawaiian Trust "Company,
T A 'knrtnta ' '' - - ,
""" "?V"'", 1 ,. . J ' -,
-" .. .... .Abf4i' Af?.
Ban Franclsco-LU;irii6?,M. fr? k B.,
6 p. m. V. l"W &.
Hongkong via JapanVportafrojea,
P.'M.'8:"S., B p.m. '" '''
Tuesday, 'Jnna 1. ,
Kona and1 Kail pdrts'Mauna Loa,
stmr., noon. ,. Hi J
Hllo and way ports Mauna Kca,
stmr.. noon, . ii"'
Mahukona and Kawalhao Iwafanl,
VE8SEL8 TO OEPABT "I
Tn.aJ.u .tt.nJi 4A. IT .
.Hllo via wajr ports Jhlauna. Kea,
stmr.. noon. " - ,
Jlolokai and Maui nortsMlkaJijila,
stmr., 6'p. m. ,
Kauai ports Klnau. stmr., 6 p. m.
San Francisco Wllhelmlna. .Mi 'N.
8. 8. " '' ''
Per P. M. S. 8. Korea for Japan
porta and Hongkong! Miss., Cntflo J.
Pond, Miss L, Oardlner, Mr. ' .8. W.
StrongMrs. S.'W. Strong.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa (or Kona and
Kan ports. Juno 14 Mrs. M, K. Make
kau, M. K, Makckau, Mrs. Malnkau;
D. K. Hoaplll, Mrs. Hooptll, Sarah
Houghtalllng. Elizabeth, Hough(ttlllng,
D. O. May, Mfs. d. 'J. Rpblnsonl ltfrs.
Geo. Campbell, Rev. D, D. Wallace,
Mrs. Wallace. ?' ' t
Per stmr. Mauna Kea ,for HJIq. and
way ports, June If Miss 8, M.'EI
llngsworth, Miss W. Wells, Mis E.
Gosling, Mrs. Harry E. Murray, Mr.
and Mrs. F. Ellcrman, Mrs. E. P., Low,
Mr. and Mrs. P. Bartols, 1L Itlnd.'iE.
H. Wodehouso, R,, B. Booth, H. H.
Holmes" 'Mrs. J. "H. Thompson, Mrs,
M. Dreyene, Miss V. Merchant; if, R,
Jamlcson, 8. P. W. Oray, R. I. Lllllo,
Miss M. Hill. John Hill, Rev. A. V.
PA88ENQER8 BOOKED (
Per stmr. Klnau; for Kauai 'portB,
June 14 Francis Gay. Douglas Bald
win. Mrs. C. R. Frailer, Mrs'. M. Ko
Per stmr, Claudlne for Maul npd
Hawaii ports, Juno J 8. Dr. J,- J.
Grace, Mrs. Grace,' F. Marshall, Miss.
Chalmers,- Allco Ayrcs, Mrs. D. .En
glo. Miss E. Baldwin, Margaret Cook,
'Alex. Caso. Dorothy .HoOgsi .Stella
Hoog.i, Alfred Taylor, David Wads
orth, Ernest Baldwin, Miss M. Hock
jng.' Miss R., JIockTnp, M1sbIL .Cum
Ings, Miss Taylor, MIbs Ailco Snilth,
Miss J. L..Nowson, Miss M.Thu'rstbn.
Miss Glbb, Chas. Gay. tlss'Town
Bend, Miss Rosccrana, Mary Bcholtz.
Anna Richards, Alox. Richards, H.
Molr. W.' .Harrison, R. Mkcklo, Geo.
Murray, W. H. Smith, 'Miss Draco
Howell, V. L. Castle, ,Prof. Brlgham.
MIsb F. J. Ho, Dr. Jaggaf, R: 8..Hos.
mer, 'j. ,K. Walamau, 8am White, C.
J. Schoenlng, !p. Esplnda', F. Richard
son, W. Hanson, H. B. Lewis'.
Per M. N. 8. 8. Lurllne for San
Francisco Miss M. J. Mitchell, Dan
Qulle. firs. T, Hashimoto, R. 11. Wa.
Un, Miss M. 8kcllcy; Mrs. S. F. Da
vldson, Mrs. J: G. Pascop, Miss JL
Decker, Mrs. 8. Rhodes, Miss 'M.
Rhodes, Miss E. Hamilton.
Per stmr. Klnau for Kauai ports,
June 14. Francis1 Gay, Douglas Bald
wln,Mrs. C R. Frazer, Miss A. Ka)ia
111, Miss IS. sKeawe, Mrs. M. Keawc.
LUllnm Mokana, Miss W. Ellis, 'JL
pryapt, Mrs. H. B. Newborn, illss Ju
lla Makakoa, .Mrs. J. Camara", Eliza
beth.Hano,. Leslie Wlshafd, Oi'Bfyant.
Esther' Kawal, Cecelia Kapulc, A. Ku
omoto, Maria Keawo, Rosa Controdes,
H. Mldo.'L. KcalaVa.r y" '
Per stmr, W. 0, 'Hallfpr Kauai
ports, June 16 Errioit'pai?.
.Malls are due at' Honolulu from
, , ' .aII.... V'J
un a,.juiiywii; r
ioham.ae'r. China, JJuao 18,
i .Francisco Per. 'Slerr,'a7, Juno 24'.
pnlos Per Maram,v.i'iirio '2L
.Vancouver Per'tManuks; June 26, ,
Malls will dopart forythe follnwlog
points as follows; , "'"" y?, '
Yokohama Per",fla,n'ch'urla,, Juue 26.
Colonies per Manuka.Vjurie'25,'
Ban FjancUcp-i-Pqr. Chlnaifjuno ,18.
Vancouver-Per Marama,yune' 21.
, TRANSPQRr 8ERVICE. I
pixrarflved.at'Seatllo May 14.
I-ogan, arrived from San Francisco.
June 13. ' ',
Sherman, arrived at Ban Francisco,
' "June 10. t ' . ' ' li
8herldari arrived Manila, Juno'3. '
4 1 ' "" - ill! 1 - . , .1
WATERFRONT .NOTE.8 , I
' INCLUDED IN the' Cargo )haf"wlll
bo hipped ,to Saneilro by rtietTOhe
rjcari.bark Alden .Boase, will bVtt-epn-slgnmont
of about four hun.dred .tons
or scrap iron food, by (the Hp'rio
Iuln Scrp Iron Compa'ny over which
C.,H."Brqwn,'(B manager. Trie 'iden
Besso may gqt away1 by the ,laBt' of
the month. Captain Frederick ,Aillior
hat) succecdod In .gottlii);, together a
ery,.ifla,Uerlng ctffrrqgfrelqbt. The
vessel 5lU carry .'' .thpusa'Bd or more
cases of, tinned pineapple's and' a quan
tity of rice. - .
tTljE lNTER-18,f;AND teamer Nil-
hail, nirlytiie;, from, Jiawnll ,'pbrts Is
dl&hnrBlUB aitll.'BnCtsfrKujjar ;i;ii.i
vessel alao.brought.'a ehlnment of nun.
flrles,, Moderate,, weather was met
with on Ihn'liVlmniiiV.l'li.ln: l
:, 'w im44 L'