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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.H.. FRIDAY. JU
NE 9. 1911. .
Oceanic- -SiToml Degree.
WEDNESDAY: , ,
Honolulu CliiiUr r. .11.
mill .11. K. .11.
lli'U'uliir--."i p. in.
Honolulu- 'Ihlrd Degree,
7:::n p. iii.
J.ct Aloliu Chapter !Sn. ii -
All visiting tu'tnbtrn ol tx
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
Slid Red 4th
t K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
" MARINE ENGINEERS' ;!
JENEFICIAlAilATIOK. ciatiou. cor.
HAWAIIAN IRIBS, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and thlrdThur
tnja of tacb month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall. VlRltlng brother cor
dally Invited to nttond.
II. FOSTER, Saehctn.
B. V.TODD, C. of n.
B0N0IUIO AERIE, HO, '. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. or 1. Hall, corner
Bretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles ere Invited to at
land. OKO. A. DAVIS Vv'. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
50N0LULU I0ECJE, 010. B. P. 0.1.
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Honolulu Lodge No. C16.B. P.-.O.
Clke, meets In their linjl, on King
trret, near Tort, every Friday eve
ning, ,vistlng Rrqthitrs are cordially
invited to attend.
I'', i n tp. if. i.si:sTni!na ri it.
,' lCO( Tv KIA'ltaill.., 8oc!
WM. KcKINLEY I0DQE. 'lIO. 8,
. . K. of P. , ,
Heeca every 2nd and4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In' IC. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and ,I?eretan!a. Visit
ing brothers cordially luvKed to at
tend. F. F. KIMJEV, C. C.
13. A. JACOUSON, K. It. S.
THE GREAT BINJAMIN COMPOUND
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building Fort Street
Ovir May & Co.
For Autoing and Afternoon Wear
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St, opp. Young Phone 3088
8TENCIL PATTERNS and
NEW PILLOW TOPS
EAT AT THE
Everything Now Service Excellent
I Cures tho
KM"B' 3 " 1 1
Mr. StllrB "Whiil! Another nc.v
stioot dress. Whore's tho lust one
you got?" .Mrs. Stlos" hilvo worn
lt out." Mr. Stiles "It Isn't u week
"iWnco you got it." Mrs. Stiles "1
Vworo" If out' la'st'THursfi'iiys"" '
.1. O M'TTEI) expects to return to
tho coast on ii business trip, leaving
MISS IHlltA PEII.ER. a member nt
the senior elass Ibis year nt Kumo-
hiinieliii. Is booked to go to tho Coast
on tho llonoliilan. .
I'llOF. VAUHHA.V MacCAtKlHEY.
who Is to bo a member of the faculty'
of tho summer school nt tho Univer
sity of California, will go to tho eoast
tn take up his duties next week.
REV. W. C. MEIUUTT, former pre
sident of Onhu College, who tins be.en
In the Islands fur a few weeks In con
nection with Sunday school work, will
leave for tho mulnnml oh tho llono
liilan net week.
MISSES CANDIDA COCO. Vener
nmla Sullt mid Qjiltitlun Holey, three
voting Filipino women nro ptocoiilng
to tho Culled States by tho Pacific
Mall steamer Persia whcic they In
tend to enter a training rchool lor
nurses, uml there perfect Iheniselvcs
In their chosen profession. They have
spent somo lime In several Manila
MISS IRENE I.E POMME, who wo.i
a nlde circle of friends during a brief
engagement nt, one of the local thea
ties by her abilities as a al;igor, Js a
through passenger In tho Pacific Mall
liner Persia. Miss 1.0 Fomtn'o has
coniplclci! n lour of tho Far East in
clmllng a series of performances giv
en at Japancsa ports, Shanghai and
MRS. (1. COKflKR, who areompan
led Palmist Perrlno on his recent vis
it to Honolulu and afterward conlliiii-
i'il the Journey to Hiq Orient. Is re
liirnlns to tho nialnlniiil as a thriuifeli
pafsenger In tho Piirlflr Mull liner
Persia. Whllo hero Perrlno dlstliigv
iilshcd himself by rushing to tho as.
slstnnce of a pipe dreamer on a morir
lug paper and posing ng t Ii o personal
friend of Dictator Castro, who Was
alleged to have been a guest at one
of the local hotels. The story proved
to he a niylli despite tlio positive as'
serllims coming from tho icn of Per
V. S. FLK.M1NO at one time as
sistant attorney general, who left the
Islands some six years ago to tako
up tho practice of law at .Shanghai,
China. U.i throusli passniiper. Inthe
Pacific Mhll Htcantcr Persia, thati flitr-
t'U 1ai..iionouuii,iO(jay,jenroine io sail
Fiaiiclseo. Fleming flglired In legal
clrwfti hi th(.'. Paris, of the East dnr
.l;iK.,llw-.tunmlttiuus .ejirccr or United
Stales .ludgo I.eblus S. Wlltlcy, who
presided for a brief tlmo over Iho deS'
ilnles of the United Stales court Tor
China. With tho elimination of tho
"Wllfloy Pirrgo" from tho coast of
Asia, Fleming as well as other Amo
ilcan lawyers entered an era of In
creased prosperity. Attorney loom
ing Is accompanied by Mrs. Fleming
and child. They will inako an extend
ed visit on Iho mainland.
Temperatures 0 a. in., 13; 8 a. m.,
71; 10 a. m 71; noon, 7I; morning
Ilnrnmetcr, S a. in., 30.11; nhsolutn'
humidity, S a. in., ti,2G2 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, ii a. in.,
7C tier rent; dew point, 8 a. in., C3.
Wind 6 a. m., velocity 11, direction
N. Ii; 8 u. ni., velocity 12, direction N.
E ; 10 n. in., velocity 12, direction N.
Hi noon, velocity 11, direction N. K.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended '8
a. in., .08 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, lit; t miles,
STEADY PROMOTION .
WORK GOES FORWARD
Rtenily promotion work Is going for
ward under tho auspices of tho Ha
waii Promotion Committee, necnrdliig
to the report iiuido today by Secretary
Wood. Ills report Miys:
"Tills week wo put up thn last of
our special notices on tho waterfront.
We now have two at the Alalnii street
wharf, two at the Hallway wharf and
one each at tho Mntsnn and Oceanic
wIi.iivch Wo find that besn notices
attract the attention of tho pusscugcrif
on hoard the steamers, with the result
that an Increasing number call nt our
rooms for Information nnd folders.
Through tho courtesy of Ilrewcr & Co.,
I'aslln & ('onko nnd Hackfeld & Co,
ww now havo sJkiis displayed In tho
i-lcamshlp departments of their ottlces
Hiiggestlng that all parties leaving Ifu
wall shuuld call nt tho rooms of tho
Promotion Commltleo for a supply of
foldtrs for distribution whllo nwny.
"I nin also pleased to bo ablo to re
linrt that Iliiwnllaii llrnis having ngen-
clnsVnn the mainland nro taking n
keener interest than ever before In ad
vertising Hawaii. At tho rcfjuest of
Mr Hamburg, wo have recently sup
Idled for tho New York and Kan Fran-
elscf' ottlces of II Iluckfeld &. Co. on-
largecl copies of the photos of tho ro
ller map of the Islands of K'alial,
ftMliu. Muul nnd Hawaii, which they
iroposn framing and placing In a
Dr. Victor 8. Clark luidrchtioU tho
social study section of the Men's
league of Central Union cliuiTh Inst
right, his subject being local Immi
gration problems. Ills address was
an chiborutlqii of statements ho )ias
maun from time to tlmo on the prob-
abllltyqf tinare restrictions being put
Wfnimlgrn'uon nnd of Increased dif
ficulty in getting) laborers,
Pertonal attention to alt order!.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Ja. H. Love)
CHINESE FEARING DEATH (
' SEEK SAFETY lH FLIGHT
Steamers Leaving Hongkono Crowded With Refugees From
Canton Persia Reports Smallpox on Liner Siberia
Few Windjammers Leaving the Port Inter-Island Sug
Fearing death at the hands of faun
Ileal rebels, there tiro several Chlncso
on hoard tho Pacific Mall steamer
I'ersln now nt Honolulu, who
sought safety In (light from Canton,
which nt present time is said to bo a
veritable hoi bed of Insurrection and
During the week jtrlor to Iho sail
ing of the I'ersln for Japan irts, Ho
nolulu nnd San Frnnclsco, It Is esti
mated that over two hundred thou
sand Chin ere successfully eluded tin
vigilance bf the native jsjllce otllrom
and escaped from the walls of ii city
wherein lawlessness raged rntiiiinn'.
More limn fifty thousand refugees nro
known to hhvo found their way down
the Canton river to Hongkong, nnd
from that noint many of these neat
tercel to the foiir corners of Iho
According to a story brought by the
unicorn In tho Persia, at the first out
break, Iho Viceroy of tho two
Kwongs ordered that all Canton cltv
gates bo closed. That olllclal Id nIo
stated to have prohibited any steam
or then laying In tho river tiv either
depart or enter tho upper renchea
anil niiciiorngc. mo claim is mauo ny
returning missionaries and others who
left the Infected area that this pre
caution was Inken in order tiy pio
vent. tho revolutionaries escaping hy
thn shipping then nt tho port of Can
ton. As vessels of n draft under twen
ty feci e.m come tip tho Canton or
Pearl river and anchor right off
tho native or walled city, It would be
lint nil easy mailer fqr thousands to
slip nwny and ongago passage to
points whero safety nnd llfo nro con
sldcrcd a more valuable asset.
Tho ban on Canton shipping eon
tinned for forty-eight hours, mean
while attempts were mndo to control
tho movements of tho thousands of
Junks and other smaller craft engaged
in passenger and freight Ira tile. In
this most populace district of South
Among tho passepgers In tho Per
sia and proceeding to tho united
Slates nro a number of missionary
workers who luivo but recently left
tho Infected district. Thoy nro pro
ceeding to tho homeland on extended
lcavo of nbsence.
Dcshlto tlio troublo existing In Can
ton, Hint city with Its nearly two
million, Inhabitants, continues Io provo
an nttractlvo mecca for the "Oroat
Untcrrlflcd" host of American . tou
rists. Whilo tho narrow streets were
encumbered with tho bodies of Iho
dead and tho maimed, a steamship of
ficer making a hurried visit Io Can
ton reports" that In one stieet within
llnj walled city ho met several foi
egn women going about In sedan
chairs and oiio wns carrying u revol
ver. These were being escorted out
of Iho city by u guard of moio than
a hundred soldiers. H appears that
a good tunny foreign visitors wcto In
Canlon at the lime, for tho last Ame
rican mall wns crowded, nnd many of
llicsc pabscugcra had goiio op to Can
Ion to "do" If. They wore oil tho day
lii question, not merely on Iho con
cession, but hi tho city 1 1 self. Their
safety, bowovor, was adequately guar
anteed, Amongst tho wounded was a
Colonel pf tho Viceroy's guards, who
was shot through tho hand. Soino nt
tho guards also ycro bIio down by
the revplvcrs of the revolutionaries,
In addition to n largo porcciitago of
missionaries, tlio' Persia Is carrying
the- usual quoin of Far Eastern busi
ness incn enrouto to Iho United
A c,loW watch was kept on iho Por
bIi before sailing from Hongkong or
Shanghai, by Imperial Chinese gov
ernment olllelals wllli n view of pro
venting (evolutionary leadors from ef
fecting Iholr erc'apo. Tho steamer ar
rived hero Ihjs morning wljd 7 onl'ln
ft ,,.. . f w,j,v .
Tel. .704 Wines and Liquors Teh I704
Family Trade a Specialty
. , ( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's .Champagne
( Schlitz Beef;- . .
and hut 28 Asiatic steerage passen
gers dost hied foe San Francisco.
Tho number who lcrt Iho kernel nt
Ibis port Included seven cabin nnd 21
Asiatics of whom three were Fili
pinos. Tli o Persia met with rather nasty
.weather most of Ihe way across Iho
Pacific. The ilecks were awash u
good pnrf.of the tlmo. However tho
plcnmcr la well laden wild cargo and
Hio rodo tho tempestuous teas with
out causing much Inconvenience or
distress to' tho minimally large list of
Captain l.ycetl. purier Aiders, Chief
hleward Evana and others connected
with tho accommodating staff of om
cers In this popular liner did all that
lay In llielr power to add In tho lilpa
siirc if thb passage. Tho Persia Is
scheduled to sail for San Francisco nt
five o'clock this evening, Tho vessel
left less than lour bundled tons Ori
ental cargo at the port.
It Was Very Touching.
Dcop blusltcH fairly chased them
selves oyer the countenances of Iho
llttlo sipiail of Federal Customs olll
ccrs, wliarjf 'atK-mlaiits nnd nowspn
pcr 'Kcpiopentallves who liovered
about tho gangway leading from
Iho Pnclllu.Mdil steamer Persia unoii
arrival at the Alakea wharf this
morning nnd witnessed ono very ten
derllttlo cpisodo In which highly for
vent occulatory greetings wore ox
changed between a younn; man, a
passenger. In Ihe steamer, nnd his nf-
fhtiiccd, Jjo camo all the way from
tiny Pat eo to meet hor lover, where
anilirtho fronds of the nodding palm
win plight their troth In Honolulu.
When It camo to tho presentation
of an exhibition of tho "soul kiss
Iho pair Unit camo together nt tho foot
of tho gangway and speedily demon-
slrated that heretofore finished per
formers along this line, might as will
be hacked Into rear seats as rank
Tho sight was lino to move (ho mort
case-hardened bachelor to thoughts
of n more domestic future and happi
ness Stout hearted young men
wearing Undo Siim's customs uni
form, momentarily grasped their
prodding Irons with n desperation
horn of mi Inclination Io lead a bet
ter llfo and again turned Io their
search for contraband cargo.
Smallpox on the Siberia.
Tho Pacillc Mnll steamer Siberia
that left Honolulu tho middle' p:irt of
last month enrouto tn Japan imrls and
Hongkong was. placed In .quarantine
for ono iln tipou arrival at Yoko
Smallpox hroko out on hoard the
liner Just nfier leaving Honolulu and
ono patient was tnkoninwn with tho
malady, ho bbliig a Chinese stccrago
Tho vessel sailed from hero with
129 cabin, It! second class and ism
Asiatics In 'the steerngo. It Is un
ilorslon,! that Dr. MacKccbnlo nnd
oilier inemberB or the Siberia start
marshalled (io jiassengors and each
wero HilbJcc.ted, Jo a vaccination. As
far as Is nt present known, Ihe ills
onso was confined , but tho ono case,
Officers Guard Against Pest.
Smallpox ami plaguo has ngaln
broken .nut vvljh' 'increased virulence
at Anioy. China',, according tn a story
brought to Honolulu by tho Pacing
Miill sleniiier Persia, While this port
and Hongkong Is hover consiilorod en
tirely freo from theso forms or pesti
lence, nevertheless thb local rjuaran
tluo oincfnlB bollovod It tliolr duty to
tnko tixtta precautions In their ox
iimlmillim nhil Inspection of passen
gers nnil' crow In tho Porela. Tho
piogrosn r tliti prjsfiit Ain'oy hns been
of Such oxlont that thji health Hiithor-
SEES GREAT WAR
FOR CHINA YET
Returning Missionary .Says
Deep Discontent Will Not
China llnnnclally Is lm n. bad way,
her many fiscal systems havo hceoino'
hopelessly Im'nlvcd, nnd tho Hoods nnd
resulting famines of tho last two years
have Impoverished tho country rtnd
embittered tho Inhabitants, nccordlng
to Itev. II. H. Nichols, u missionary
who Is returning on tho Pacillc Mall
liner Persia from seven years of con-'
linuoiis work In the Flowery Kingdom.
Rev. Mr. Nichols has hern stationed
at Nlng Kuril, Anwbe, nnd first went
to China, twenty years ngn.
Corruption nnnng the high olllelals
In administration of public affairs Is
charged by the Hov. Mr. Nichols lis be
ing one of the reasons why China Is
so liailly off from a (Innnclai stand
point that tho recent jr0,000,000 loan
Is expected to do llttlo to extricate her
from the mire.
"The causes underlying tho spirit of
discontent that Is growing so rapidly
are not only political, but economic n ml
social ns well," said tho missionary
today. "The people aro muttering
against the government because of tho
way affairs lirondmlnlstcred.
"Financially, the status of China U
terrible. There Is no national system'
of coinage and tho govrrnnrs of each'
province have been minting money nnd
making themselves rich by theso nro
vlnrl.il Issues. Whenever u hlcli nltl.
clal needed money, ho had somo letnl
eil nnd set a ccrlnln value on It. This
process hns been going on until the
money coinage systems are so Imdly
mixed that mine Is regarded ns per
fectly good, and miiclv of thn money Is
valueless, because certain Issues have
"In the district where I havo been
working, we bad seventy-four dikes,
Seventy-three of thesrf wrre destroyed
by the noods last year, nnd tho olll
elals actually forced tho people to work
on tho dikes without foist. Tho farm
ers had to lenvo their own work to
labor for tho government, and bad to
beg for food to llvo on.
'lllacklnnll, extortionate levying of
tribute nnd other coriupt means nre
used by olllelals everywhere, and the
pcopln have grown moro ntul inoro dis
contented. "Tho outbreaks' ngnlnst tho nnt'U
Mnnrliu dynasty ' of tho past few
months nro but Indications of tho deep
nKllatlon under the surface. This Is
not going to end without a great up
heaval. Tho nntl-Mnnchiis may be
quiet now, but wionor or Inter thcro will
bo n great revolution, nnd Just when
the blow-tip will como nobody knows.
"Hut It Is coming, nnd It will surprise
: -t- ! 4
Itles at .Manila have taken steps to
imposo a qiinrantllio of seven davs bo.
foro tho passenger Is permitted In
land at tho Phlllpplnuo pott. Tho
passengers, which from Anioy nro
niniiuy Chinese are therefore sub
Jected to a strict medical examina
tion before released from detention.
More latltudo Is said to bo allowed In
Iho bundling of steamers nnd their
May Mean New Faces on Wllhelmlna.
Tim ..p,.,ltnl.... ,.. ..,.. , ... .
'". I'lv.unein in uci-iy inauo ill lo
cal shipping circles that a number' bf
new races vVill ho notell nmontf Iho
engineer a'nd i stewards department
forro In tho Miitson Navigation steam
er Wllhelmlna that la due to nnlvu
nt Honolulu on next Tuesday morn
lug, Tho dllllcultles in. which Chlof En
gineer Ilarknr;Hs alleged to havo be
come Involved with local Federal au
thorities Is staled as ono renpon for a
more or Icsb general Bbakctip In tho
englno ntuj lire room crows.
It Is also believed that when (ho
steamer llnallv comes nloncslii,, hoi-
wharf upon tlio completion of tlio voy
age from San Francisco, a squad of
Collector Slackablols busy young men
will descend upon tiio vessel anil then
will follow an Inspection, Iiq Ilko of
which has seldom been duplicated, on
liny vcssol calling at Honolulu. Tho
local sleuths seek tho seductive
opium. Undor Iho direction or rour
night Inspectors fiqnt o Illlo by Col
lector Htnckahlo, tho Matson Naviga
tion Bteamer Enlcrprlso was raked
from stom to stoni,
',, J? .
New Fishing damjian Soon Ready,
A now power nshlrig sampan which
will ran): wild sbnio of tho largest
vessels of IIr kind In Terrltwrlnl wat
ers lias been launched from thnt por
tion of tho harbor on Iho Ewa sldo or
Alakea whrirf. A forty-five horao
power engine lihs been Installed niuj
tho vessel has been minted TenJon
Main. It Is claimed that when plac
ed lit commission, It will havo a
steaming, radius greater than twenty
llvo hundred miles. The sampan bo
longs to a nshlrig liul of which A. I.,
C. Atkinson Is president, Tho now
boat Is designed to malio long ami ux
tended trips to sen,
Crocker to Quarantine.
The haikentlun C. F. Crocker wni
sent nlongslilo tho quarantine wharf
this morning to tako tho jilrico vlicnt
eii by tlio schooner W. J. t'titlersoii.
Tho Crocker will receive a fumigation
before proceeding to Pngct Sound for
orders. . . . ,
. i' lt
Is Now in
Sale to realize cash. Tremen
dous cut in regular prices
makes this one of the greatest
No -Profit Sales ever held in
Space here is- too limited to
quote prices, but the store is
full of high quality goods, elo
quent in price-appeal to the
Come and" see while stock is
complete and low prices prevail
ylHU .- ,H, .
F8rt SU bpp.
1 P. M. I'rlila), June !).
SAN FRANC1BCO Juno 8, railed, ilk.
It. P. Rltliet, for Honolulu.
PORT SAN LOIS Juno '8--ki!!cd,'S.'
S. Santa Illtn, for Honolulu.
YOKdllAMA Juno 8, sailed, S. S.
Korea for Honolulu.
II I IX) Juno 8, sailed, 0 p. m., S. B.
Enterprise, for San Frnnclsco.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Juno 9,
Hkt. Coronudo, beiico May 1.
Buford May Go to Channel Wharf.
Thcro Is a possibility- that Hi"
Utillod Slates transport lluford will
bu sent to tho Chtinncl wharr during
her stay at Iho port. Tho Iltiforil la
belloved will bring down a uuantlly
or supplies Mr tho local brunch or Ihe.
quaiiormasiof department. The trans
port ols enrouto to Manila mid Is ex
pected will arrive hero on or about
Schooner Patterson lor Grays Harbor.
Tho American schooner W. J. Pat
terson was (owed Io boii by the Mat
ron Navigation lug Intrepid this
morning nflor having uiulorgono fu
nilgai Ion at t tip hands of the Federal
quaralitliio authorities. Tho vessel Is
bound ror flrnys Harbor and sailed for
tho coast In ballast.
Coronado Arrived at the Coast.
Tho American harkcnllno Coronndo
iirrlved nt Ban Francisco this morning
nccordliiK to n cable that has been re
ceived at thb agoncy of C. iirower fc
Co. Somo llttlo apprehension was foil
In hicnl shipping circles over tho long
pasBufeo helng mndo by tho vessel.
Tho Coronado was tliirly-nlno days In
making Iho trip rrnm Hoiiolulu lo tho
const. Tlio vessel loft hero with n full
shipment -ir sugar tind n few passcn
gors. Tlio city of IlufTalo hopes, tn act as
host for both tho Republican nnd Dem
ocratic national convention next full,
proposes to pay members of tho' House
of Commons a salary of J200I) u year.
Twelve election olllelals' who stuffed
ballot boxes In New Orleans wero sent
up fur eighteen months.
,! t V
Friday, June 9.
Hongkong via Japan ports Pcisla,
P. M. S. S., a. in.
i -; ;
Thursday, June 0.
Kauai porls-i-W. 0. Hall, stmr., 3
Friday, June 9.
Pugot Soiinil W. J. Patterson, Am.
selir., n. tn.
I PASSENGER8 ARRIVED I
4 , ,
Per P. M, S. S. Persia roni Hong
kong via Japan ports For Honolulu:
F. Slem, J. A, Mayor, Miss K. Mura
kami. Mrs; N. 'Niikiitu, Mrs, S. Bogn
and son, g. Knolrtkl. Through: Mlsu
M. Alee, Cy Amnions, II. J. P. An
dciHon, Miss Qiilnllua Holey, Itov. W.
N. Hilton, A. F. Hramtcy, Curl Coc
hems, 15. II. Collins, J. R. k. Oralp
head, Mrs. J. It, I. Craighead, Hov.
0. O. Edwards, lire. 0. 0. Edwards
and 3 children, 0. Elm, n, Englebprt,
W. S. I'-lonilng. Mrs. W. H. Floinlug
and child. Mrs, A. IX tloddarii, Miss
Candida (loco, S. Monro Cordon, Mrs.
I.. Hading, Ho In, I), Knlin, E. J. Knp
plcr. Mrs. K, J. Ktippler liml Infnnt,
C. T. Krtitz, Mrs. C. T. Krnlz, Miss
1. I.eK)innic,,H, E, M. Slnflhi, Jtov. II.
S. Nichols, Mrs. II. S. Nichols, .Mrs.
J. Itclfsnldcr and clilld, ncv. K. I.
Itelehelt, Miss J. n, Uobli, James Rus
sell, M(ss M. S'oi'vlco, Mrs. W. 11.
Simpson, .Miss Veuoriiiula Sullt. Miss
L. Shier, Tso Sliding, fjco. Vnletle,
U N. Wagner, It. O. Wniner, B. Yu
liln, Mrs. S. Ynhla nnd Infant, dipt. I..
i Itrnssey. Mrs. C. It. Clement, Win.
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