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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T It . SATURDAY, SEPT. 10, 1910.
i Masonic Temple
4 , llonnlnln Chnjiler Itoynl
' Oceanic Third Ileum-.
t Jlonolnln Coimnnnlery
J ' Regular .", i. m,
( rrfeellon Special, 7iS0,
t. Ifmtnllnii Third lleim-e.
tt Ul Alolin rimiilfr No. 3--ij
SAll visiting membtrt of tns
Order arc cordially Invited to
y attend meeting! of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
1 Jk m. A Mondays of
IJB JB each month
L mm at K. P. Hall
r g 7:30 P. M.
r,UARlHE ENGINEERS KA,.0f
KNEFIC1AL ASSOCIATIORU &,"?-"
HARMONY LODGE. No. 3. 1. 0. 0, F.
, Meets every Monday evening at
?:au in i. u. u. f. nan, Fort street.
" E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
, II, E. McCOY. Noblo Orand.
,.A11 visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU 10DQE, No. 1, K. ot ?.
Meets every first nnd third Frl-
nay evening at cuu in k. or i". nan,
corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WJI. JONES, C. C.
1 V O. P. HEINE, K. n. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
JMeets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Vaulting brothers con
jdlally Invited to attend.
. t A. L. EAK1N, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of-R.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E.
(Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED-
N3C3DAY evenings ot each month at
7?30 o'clock line, of P. Hall, corner
Duretanln, nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
i W. R. IULBY, W. P-
T. WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU L0DQE, 016, B. Ps 0. E.
Honolulu l)dge No. C1C, n. P. O.
TSks, meets In their ball, on King
Htreet, near Fort, every FrMay eve
lilng. Visiting Brothers are cordially
idflted to attend.
. f JA8. p. DOUO.HEBTY, K. R.
' ' GEO. T. KLUfrQEL, Sec.
'WM. McKINLEY LODQE, NO. 8,
I ., K. of P.
'Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
tend. H. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
12. A. JACOHSON, K. R. S.
in new and
.! Lowers & Cooke,
') " 177 S. KINO STREET
ill E. Silva,
TDERTAKER AND EMBALHER
Prompt and Polite Attention
i. CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
'.' 0ATH0LI0 SISTERS
Piione 1170 Niuht Call 1014
I ASSESSMENT NO, 12
'Honolulu Brunch of tin llirrlion
' Kutuil AiioeUtlon
iij, tn i.IM mix) Is Ill'l! jiini:
IM l5,lwqw;riT m WW lit
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet sold by the Bulle
tin for a nickel is twice as large
as the tablet usually sold for this
Autos, $1 per hour. Lewis Stables.
Betlivl Slteet Hack Stand 1'hnno
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Best at Tim Kncciro.
Tbo Anchor Saloon Is now a curio
museum north Seeing Don't forget '
Rev Stephen 1.. Desha of llllo was
an arrival this morning mi Dip Ma
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take tt to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
BupervlHor Hhlpmau of Hawaii, ac
companied b Mrs Shlpman and
daughter arrived from llllo this morn
ing. ?ommenclnt: Sunday. Aueuit 28,
the B u 1 1 e t i n's phone numbers
will be: Bus jits j office, 2260; edi
torial rooms. 2185.
O. W Wallace, of Olan. Is In town
to attend the convention: ho Is nil
emploje of the O-'.na Sugar Co. and
Is welt known In llllo
Mr and .Mrs. K. Ilneiidahl of
liana. Maul, me the guents of .Mr.
and Mrs. D I. Austin at their home
on Mnklkl stieet.
Maggie Fritz hns filed libel for di
vorce from her husband Kllkenla,
the gioimd stated being truelt). Tile
coutde Mere married In liana on Au
gust 21. 1907.
Kwong h.iH nsked for divorce from
her husband, Bong I'loug Song, al
leging that he beats her and makes
her work to earn money for him to
use In gambling.
William McKlnley Lodge No. 8,
K, of I'., will hold nil unusually In
(cresting meeting this evening.
Work In tlio llrst rank nnd refresh
ments. The Athletic Park Is all under wa
ter and In Rome places tho depth l.i
over four feet. Ham Hop Is tryln.i
to arrango sumo boat races to bo pull
ed on at the Park
There was onl one case, hoinl lit
the police court this morning nnd that
was the one In which a Chinaman
was fined (50 for having Indecent pho
ton In his possession,
- Kx-Spcaker-llolHtelii. of Kohala, Ha
waii, came down this jimriiliig on the
Manna Kea to bo present at thu con
vention whTch meets this afternoon nt
2 -o'clock In the Orphomn Theatre.
- Knmehnriielih Schools will open
next Monday, September 12. As
there Js a large waiting list, all ap
plicants must bo enrolled by Tues
day nlglil, or rooms will not ba
reserved for thorn". "
The officers nnd members of the
Democratic Clul, Seventh Precinct,
Fourth District, vlsh to publicly ns
sure the widow jiud relatives of
their late president, ,7r. Sam Kalll,
of their grat Sympathy for them In
their Bad bereavement.
Chief McDuflle and his men arrest
ed a bunch of gamblers jcnlcrday af
ternoon, and tbo men were caught
rcdhanded playing palkau. This jiiorn
Ing at the police court tha matter was
sent over till Tuesday morning for
When moving Into their new xtoro
In the Alexander Young Iliitldiug.
Drown & Lyon Co. found u large num
ber of books for children and grown-i
tips that would have to Ik- sacrificed
to make room for new stock. Sale
A Japaneso named Wlhnra, was ar
rested last night and churned with
burglary; ho had placed a ladder on
a kitchen roof nnd hnd attempted to
get from It to u bedroom. He w.n
cnught In the, act and taken to the po
lice stntlon where he was locked up
Harry L, Whlto this morning took
the oor man's oath beforo United
States Commissioner Judd. White,
was convicted somo time ago of sell
Ing lliiuor without a license, having
bought the stun and taken It In an
automobile to lllelnu and sold it to
Friends or Mr nnd Mrs, II, H
Leach, who were married Wednesda)
oveiilug, August Slut at (ho homo of
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Hlcknell, nro ro
celvlng cards announcing that they
wlll ho nt homo, to friends at their
residence on Atown Heights after Oc
tober 1st. Mrs. Ixmch who wan Miss
Beatrice llurbaugli has been u teuch
er for the past two jears nt tho Ku
walahao Seminary and during that
tlino has made many friends. Mr.
I.eacli Is connected with one of the
pineapple companies and Is as popu
lur nnd well known. Whllo their wfd
ling was private and ou'y tho most
(Iitlmnte friends weio present It Is
expected tlint Ihey will entertain con
- m i
Till: A-II. COMPANY will soon In
lugiiratii a Jiow roast schediilo, bu
ginning Octolw 4th. It will dispatch
stwHiii'rs owry eight mid four duyc
illuriuit'ly fioui Han Francisco, in or
ler to handle (ho big cargoes or sal
limit which will soon nrrlvn Micro At
present n steamer lews Ihiiiu oveiy
twelve days to Kiilliin Crux. Cargo
tdilppfd limn Iheio via Ilio Tehiliillte
pie ioiiIk Is belilU lalldud III Nevi
Voik In tweiii) and twitiiiy-i'lKht ila
alixr leuttHK Hull I'lillH Urn
Thu iniisl perr-'N pliluro of inlsert
w until I'd ilinliiH iln hiMteil linn
wits Him liiun whu was nHiili'iilluuly
II) lllH In Nluw Him "IiiiI wrulliin
lilli"-'Ni'W linvli Tliiicn-U'i'iliir
DENIED BY DOLE
Hoon Must Now Go Back
to His Chinese
Judge Dole In tho Federal Court
this morning handed down n de I
Bion in the habeas corpus proceed.
Itigii biougbt against Raymond C
llrown or the lmmlgiiitlon ecrlce by
Sit Yen Hoon, In which lie. holds that
the court should not proceed further
In the matter, therefore denying to
Hoon the writ prited for,
"Tho petition In this case avers,
In unbalance, that petitioner was
born at Honolulu, Hawaii, on or
about Noeiuber 2S, 18SU; that his
parents, who liae uluie died, wev
at that time residents of Honolulu;!
that l.e is n citizen of the' fulled
States; that he has resided III China
since the year lib" until June 10,
1910, when he returned to Honolulu
claiming the right to land. It Is
also alleged that petitioner Is pos
nesiied of two certificates or Hawai
ian blith which he prcieuteil to the
inspector or Immigration, together
with eldeuce or his Identity; that
a healing was had before su h In
spector, but no 9vldeme wus Intio
duced to show that the certificates
had been procured by fraud or false
evidence; that the Inspector arbitra
rily derided that petitioner was not
entitled to enter the United States;
and that nn appeal was taken to the
Secretary of Commerce mid I.aliur,
which was dismissed. It Is further
alleged that the Inspector, Hi prepar
ing the record on appeal, set out In
capita) letters (hose portions of the
testimony which, In his Judgment,
were unfavorable to petitioner's
right to admission Into the country,
while those portions of the evidence
which tended to show that ho hnd
a right to enter wcro set forth In
the ordinary form" of type; that lie
is about In be sent back to China,
nnd that he Is restrained of his llb
ert by Raymond C. llrown, Inspec
tor In charge or the Immigration
service or the United States, in vio
lation or his rights ns n citizen of
the United States.
"The return to the writ shows
that 'as set forth tu tho petition for
the writ ot habeas corpus, It was
duly nnd regularly determined by
H Why This Advertisement
' s Not Illustrated
This is about the beautiful
Ocean View District of
TVT0 single picture can describe it. No
artist of repute would attempt to en
compass a scene so grand in a single picture.
For a full appreciation of its beauty one
must go to this wonderful spot, and feast
his eyes upon the glories which God has
placed there for his consideration.
. If you are contemplating the building
of a home you should learn more of
Kaimuki's gentle breezes, continual sun
shine, fertile soil, and its other natural ad
vantages. We have left a few choice lots in the
Lot No. 17, block 90-98, area 66,000 sq. ft.
Lots 11, 13, 14, block 84, $1000 cash
Lot No. 5, block 85, $400, time
Lots 5 and 7, block 42, town view, cheap
L Kaimuki Land Co. )(
Our New Phone Number Will He
City Trnnsfcr Co.
the lespondetit heieln that the said
Su Yen Hoon was nut emit ed to
laud within the tnliel Stales or to
lemnlti thuieln mid sa.d De
partment or Commerce and Labor,
bj dlBiiilsEtii or said apptal. onleiej
and directed In due foim that the
said Su Yen Hoon lie returned to tin
countr) whence he came, nnd bu not
permitted to land.'
"Upon the filing of the return tho
question wns argued nnd submitted
whether thu court should at once
dlichaige thu writ or pioceed to u
"It Is. contended on beha'f of the
petitioner (1) that the provisions of.
the Chinese Exclusion A ts do not,
npplj to or nlTect the rights of Unlt-i
cd States cltlenu; ) that the pe-
tltloner In Illegally hedd becnute thel
pioiediiru reunited bj the Act of,
February 20, 1P07. relating to the
Immigration of aliens, was not fol I
lowed; C!) Hint the petitioner was
irbltrnrlt) denied the right to hind
because the government produced no
evidence to colitioveit the facts set!
forth In his certificates of blitli on
to show that same were raise or
fraudulent; and H) that the record
on the nppeal to the Secretary of
Commerce and Uibur shows on Its'
lace that thu proceedings bud before j
tho Inspe tor were imfiilr.
"The petition shows that a hear-'
lilg was had, and it Is not claimed j
Hint the Inspectors refuted to hoar
an evidence the petitioner had toi
cfTor, nor Is It alleged that all the
evidence was not sent up on the nji-i
"Undor the circumstances shown,
this (Oiirt can not ielew the finding!
that the petitioner wns not in fnclj
horn In Hawaii. '
"This court should not proceed'
further In the matter." .
Th ladles' ready-to weir suits per-
MJiituiy seicrieu uv .Mrs. 1 H .eive
In New York, will be on ilisp'lay Mon
day, .September 12, at nine n. in. In
her newly furnished p-tilors In the
Alexander Young building, looms ti
A8. l.adl'K nro cordlall) Invited to In
sect this display.
e e k I ) II ii 1 1 1-1 In l per year.
(.las. H. Love)
Shiraishi Will Recommend to
Cancel Business Trans
actions. At 0:30 o'clock next Monday morn
In gthc Japaneso liner Nippon Mnru
ih uitIvo off jxirt from San Krnli
clseo en routo to Yokohama Japm
(Jencral Manager Shlralsht, who has
bsen In consultation wlh the officials
of the Pacific Mall, regarding tho
liansporlullon business, will hemnong
Hip passengers. Previous to leaving
Ran Francisco, It was reported that
ho would, upon his nrrlvn! at Yoko
hnnm, recommend to tho directors of
Hi- rompsiny o cancel all business
transportation relations whatsoever
between tho Tojo Klsen Knlslia nnd
Pacific Mall lines. According to one
of tin local .Japanese, tt Is expected
that Mr. Shlralshl will be entertained
by Hi)' Honolulu Japanese merchants
Tho Nippon Mnru will resume her
voyngo to Jar an Irit 10 o'c'ock Tues
day morning, taking passengers from
Ibis poll for Julian und China.
SECRET AGENT TO
Stephen Council of tho fiovernment
Secret Service wui nn Incoming pas
senger on the Wllholnilnn Hits week
und will return to Hie const on the
At the request or tho Chinese Am
basundor In Washington fur n recret
agent of tho treasury department to
accompany Prlnco Tsnl llsun during
his trip In the United States Mr fun
nel) was detailed for the work and
will meet the prince and pnr.y here
when thu Manchuria arrives next
llo will accompany the prlnco und
pmty from the lime of lauding In
Hawaii until they finally leave Amer
ican tcrrltury, whenever and wherever
Mint muy be.
Friday, September 9.
llr S. S. . Oreyslokc Castle, from
Antwerp, fi p in.
Saturday, Sept. 10.
Htmr Manna Kea, Freeman, from
llllo, 7:20 a. in.
Ctmr. Noeau, from Knu.il, n m.
TUB OKEYSTOKK Caille, a fine
looking IlrlHsli freighter of 2300 tons
register, Arrived In yesterday nfler-
noon. Tho ship comes frrfm Antwerp
nnd Is tho Initial vessel of a fleet
which will establish a lino between
Euinpe, Hawaii nnd California.
The cargo of the Qreystokc Castlo
Is general merchandise with a quan
tity of fertilizer. She Is consigned
In I-'. I Waldron.
The voyago across was without spe
clnl Incident, everything working
ship shape under the body of first
class officers and seamen.
Tlir.ltn IS A rumor afloat to Hie
effect that a now line of steamers will
be established to and from Australia,
Inking In Tasmania, and New Zea
land (o (he Kastern Stntes on the
Atlantic and on to Great Ilritaln. It
Is pioposed to maintain a monthly
schediilo with five first-class ships.
There. Is not much stock being tak
en In the story fimn the fact that the
Australian Irado has been pretty well
taken caro of. and (hero does not
seem to ho any call to divide up the,
freight (raffle with another line.
Till: I1IO KHKI01ITF.lt Georgian
has been accepted by the A.-Il Com
pany from tho builders anil will soon
mnke her maiden trip with a cargo
to Puerto, Mexico, the eastern, termi
nus of the TchunntoK'C .transfer.
TOMORROW morning tho steamer
Klnnu will return from Kauai, having
nmong the passengers delegates to the
Territorial Republican Convention,
which meets next Thursday morning
nt 10 o'clock.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
(Special to Honolulu Shipping Olilde)
Friday Sept. 9.
MAIIUKONA Sailed, 8cllr. Sequoia
to Kiirckn In ballast.
Saturday, Sept. 9.
VICTORIA-Sailed Sept. 9: 8. S
Zoalnndln. for Honolulu.
POIl TSAN I.UIS Arrived Sept. 9.
S 8. Santa Itlla, hence Aug. 29.
SAN FRANCISCO Balled Sept, 10, 2
p. m.:ts. K. Hlerra for IL-molulii.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 10:
H. H, China, henco Sept, A.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Sept. 10: 8. 8.
Korea, henco Aug. 29,
MAIIUKONA Sailed Sept. 9: Schr
Sequoia, lor Rureka.
MAIIUKONA Sailed Sept. 9: S. 8
Mlssourian, for Sallna Cruz,
CUDAHY VICTIM WONT WED.
Denies Report of Marrlige to Assail
ant's Divorced Wife.
NEW YORK, August 24. Jero S
Mills, victim of a sensational assault
made upon him by John P. Cudahy li
the lattor's Kansas City homo, todnj
settled for all tlmo any -rumors Hja
ho will marry Mrs. Cudahy, who wo1
Hie Innocent cnuso of tho attack am
who has iint obtained n dlvorco fron
her husband. Mills said:
"Any leport that we are to bo mar
rind Is absurd. I havo no Intcntloi
of marrying anyone."
"It has been reported- that your In
htiiailon led you to break your en
giigemeut to a Miss Johnson wbon
you knew at Palm iieiich. Is tha
true?" Mills was asked,
"All rot, every word or It," ho re
idled, "I havx-n't been engaged ti
mi) body." said Mills.
Ail) thing or valilo bought for cash
Address or call 1117 Fort street;
Competent freight clerk for plauta
Hon wharf. Must have had expo
rleuro In handling men and be ot
sober habits. Apply by letter,
stating experience and sulary ex
pected, to "V. A. Bchuefer & Co.,
Ltd., Ilox 187, Honolulu.
Purse containing money, on board
Manna Kea. Owner ran have the
sutiiu by culling at Ilulletln office,
pinvlng piopcrty and paying foi
HORSES FOR SALE.
Seven-) ear-old pacer, nlwi cult two
)cnrs old, wiring sulky, phaeton
und tiinnboiit Addieiu "Kelly.'
nun this nlllie, or leluplioiiii 2117
Plnsiinr Hub's Co 'm uiiIhi,' grid (hu
iMiinuim iiipsiulini, I ul, nn M
I! CiiiIhkIimi, mle mur , in in ll
mnl II in dully 47 J"'Jw
ON PAGE FOURTEEN,
1 PA83ENQER8 ARRIVF.O
Per 8. 8, Mauna Kea, Freeman,
fiom Hilo, Sepl. loth, 7:20 n. m.
Misses Mtitlddri (2), C. Smith and
wife. H, D, Morehead and wife, N.
Fernandez, Miss Fernandez, Ilcv. S.
U Desha, Misses Rice (2), Miss Ly
ons, Mies D. B. Cutler, Miss M. Plot
ter, Mrs. M. Jcnness, Miss M. Bor
den, Mill L, Oreenfleld, Miss J, K.
Campbell. Mrs. Marks and 2 children,
Miss Lmie, Mrs. Armstrong. Mrs, F.
C, Stone, Mrs. J. A. Victor and 2
daughter, P I. Klourney and wife,
(leo. Victor, John Vlbtor, W. 8. Terry,
Miss A. Henry, Miss I, Hapal, Mrs.
W. C. llrown and daughter, Miss C
Unea. II. Neumann nnd wife, F. I),
Lowrcy, D. K, Wilson, C. U. Oreen,
W. A. Dickenson, O. W. Wallace, T.
Lugan, Master Lindsay, Masters
Molr (2), C. Shlpman, wife and 3
children, J. W. Hamilton. W. D. jo
well, Mr. Oalloway, A. Fernandez, wife
and daughter, Miss I. Desha. Mrs. W.
11. Park. ReV. W. Thelmy. wife and t
chlldien, A. Lindsay, U. 8. Corfness,
C. R. Uuckland, Peter l.ce and 2 sons,
Mrs, W. II, Milne, Mrs. It. W. War
hnm, Miss Ilcvcr, Miss Merrill, Miss
Alexander, Miss II. Medcalf. Miss M.
Maccy, Miss A, Kinney, Miss A, Dor
flcn, Miss O. Itelnliart, Miss Arakawa,
(loo Chong I.un, Master S. Matsu, D,
Pollkalanl, Master Nobllt,Master V.
Kinney, J. R. Itochn, wife, and 3 chil
dren, A. Horner, W. I.ldgato, Miss An
(lorson, B. P. Patten, Misses Mdgate
(2), Misses Kamakawlwoolo (2), Miss
Campbell, Miss H, Itmlenhurst, Mrs.
II, Renlon and 3 datlghfers. Miss V.
Madden. Miss M. Hind. Miss A. Dond.
Mrs, A. Ahrens and 2 daughters, Miss
Williams, J. Payne, A. J. Williamson,
Miss D. Podmore, Miss V. Rlckard. K.
D. Bond, A. R, Keller nnd wife. Miss
Austin, Miss II. Woods, Miss Camp
belt, J. Prltchard and 2 daughters,
Messrs. Hind (2), 8. Austin, W. B.
Dovercaux and 2 children, II. L. Hoi
stein and several others.
PASSENGERS BOOKED I
Per 8. 8. Wllhelmlna, Johnson, for
San Francisco, Sept. 14. Mr. and
Mrs. E. i:. Cadwell and child, II. II.
Simpson, C. S. Davis, A. Ulom, L. 11.
Dee, Vincent Oenaves, Mrs, Chss. It.
Flszler and child, Arthur Oilman,
Walter Doyle, T. C. While, Dr. E.
R. Marshall, II, W. Pogue, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry White, A. Bchnack, W.
P. Kelloy, Miss Bdna Henry. Mrs. J.
Farnsworth, Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
Dreyfus, Mrs. O. F. Doreman and
child. Misses White (2), Mr. and
Mrs. P. L. Hill and child, Mrs. A.
W. Adams, Mrs. K. Olmsted, II, W.
Knight, Dr. (leo. .1. Huddy, Mr. and
Mrs. II. 11. 1'enhallow, I. U. Clark,
Wm. I.ldgnte, Mr. and Mrs. A. N.
Haysclden. Mrs. J. 8. II. Pratt and
two children, Krnest dny, Mr. and
Mrs. Francis flay, Mr. and Mrs, P.
r. Ilaldwln and son. Miss V. Ather
ton, Herman von Holt, Miss Mary
von Holt, Mrs. T. K. Ueard, Mrs. A.
B. Heard, Mr. and Mra. W. P, Dil
lingham, Mr. and Mrs. Pennlmors,
Mr. slid Mrs. II, C. Holmes, Miss P.
II. Roberts, Mrs. J. II. Roberts, Mis.
I. A. Oilman, S. M. Damon, Mr. and
Mrs. I.. A. Thurston.
Malls are due at Honolulu from
points as follows!
Yokohama Per Nippon Maru, Sept
Colonies Per Marama, Sept. 13,
Mails will depart for the follnwlos
wlnts as follows:
Vancouver Per Zealnndla, Sept, 16.
Colonies Per Manuka, Sept. 16.
Yokohama Per 'Manchuria, Sept. 10,
Sydney Per Zcalandla, Bopt. 1C.
4. . A
Dlx, sailed from Honolulu for Manila,
Logan arrived at San Francisco Aug.
Sheridan, sailed from Honolulu for
Manila, Aug, H,
U. 8. A. T. Sherman, from Honolulu,
for 8. P.. Bopt. 3,
TUB PACIFIC MAIL liner Man
churia was 1133 miles from Honolulu
lust night, nccotdlng to a wireless re
port received by llackfeld & Co. It Is
expected that she will urrlve off port
early Tuo&duy morning, having on
board Ills Rayol Highness Tsun
Usual), tlje Chinese prllico, who Is go
ing to the States to study military af
PURSBIl PHILIPS of tho Inter til.
and flagship Mauna Kea. which ur
lived this morning from llllo and way
ports, ruports tho following sugar
uwultlug shipment on Huwulli
Ola!., CUM; Walnuku, DG00; llama
kirn, 4iil2; ltonokua, 3 .'.00, immi,
Till: JAPANBSB liner N'lnimn Mn.
ru will ba off port curly next Monday
lunrlilliK from Hull l-'runetarn Him will
leuvu ugiiiu fur Iliu Orient at u
ii'iloik Tiii'siluy morning
TDK MIKAIIAI.A will arilvu Imuur-
TOW lllllllllllS from Molnkal. bltnuliitf.
bi'shlH the liuiisifiiHHiii. u Inuil ul lii
I (rout Mini) Him w null hmIii liM
iW-W.-n.- .,.A.f j
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