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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 4994.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP OF WHARVES IS UP
DEMOCRATS CHEER ATTACK
J LMgar Hlgglus, horticulturist of
the Kcdinil experiment station hero, Is
the iiiiiii who Is idatul to head tliu cell-
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.III. HIM. IWUI.H H)I9UIII ..ll.l 1" U UV .n- I
lahlMied upon lh recommendations of
b T. Stanett, tho small-fuuning ex
pert who him liwu Investigating Condi'
I Will In tin! Islands.
'I he iinniiiiiicvincnt of Illgslna' up
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I'OIIIUIM Hi I VAlPllllll .111... UIMVIIIUI
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I III it IIIIIII IIJ IIVIIl IIIIIII iu jrwu
line Ktnteineiit to thin cffeit ImH been.
lrllm I, l II I I...I .... nnllinr.
Itntlvo Information Unit Hlgglii, haH,h' Hou"' A speech progressed,
practically been settled upon III ex-, J" e""d by uproarious applause
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Iivnviiw .... u, titty i(. u .iv..ui.,i nf fiv
nlin for tho Job.
Htntrrtt left mi the Slcrru tills morn
IliS fo tho in.ihilaliil. lie expressed
himself an delighted with tho Inlands,
and regrets that he was not able to
oaken moro extended visit. He Npctit
his entire tlnio while here In work, anil
what he did Is imich appreciated by
"Tho nlnc of I his central market
Iiik system and tho whole development
nf hiiiiiII farming under tho plans I
have outlined will depend upon tho man
named hy tlio Territory to curry them
Into erfret," HiildtMr. Htarrclt shortly
before leavlliK. "1 feel certain that
fr.tlf ntttl vftvnlnliln mrmliitr On n hf.
greatly developed hero If tho Held agent
understands his work and can win tho
c.iullilcncc and cooperation of the farm
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., Did
Work For New York Bond
l'or tho llrst tlmo In tho history of
llau.illati liunil flotations tlio Import-
nut work tit icpiCHonllng tho elding a point that I, of vital Import-,11m of the opinion that such an hit
Ullllnl Htult'B Moilgnco & Trust Co.'niice If Oils work is repair work, tho proement would p.ish un.ler the line,
of Now Yolk In tho certlllcallonoi tho
public Improvement bonds, iuih been
ilouo hy a local ic(ii csciit.it he.
On all provlous oclmhIoiim tho New
York company liuu ulwus sent 0110 of
Its olllco men to Honolulu In attend
. personally to II10 dutulls. This time
Mr I.. Aliriinta, Secretary of tho llii-'tor of fact, I bejlrvo tli.it they could
wull.in Trust c'onin.inv wiih iiiinolntedlsiiend 111 mey fro'm the loan fund for
to net for tlio Now York: bonding
house, mid alt Hie dctallH wvro lur
ried through with 11 dispatch and
tliuriiughuchH llmt could not ho Im-
I loved upon In New York.
Thn United Hlatcs Moitgago and
Trust Company actH as the agent of
tho Tctrilory III pi lilting and atlciid-l
Ing to nil matters nf signing and cor-
itfjlnit to thu boms to put tlium in
thn proper legal form
Tho bonds r tho latest million
and 11 half lasuo wcro lent to tliu
Hawaiian Trust Co, Ltd., tliroiigli reg-
(Continued on Page 4)
W. 0. SMITH ON
A special mooting of tho Honolulu
Slock r.xrhnngo Is being held this,
nfternoon In elect W O. Smith to
A few days ngq the uxchnngo took
up one of lis vacant seats, rctlicd
last cai and proposed to (111 It by
miming thn (Imirdlan Trust company,
which lias been recently oignnlzcd hy
W O. Smith tn liiindlo tlio trust busi
ness of his olllco, ns a member. I low
ever, menihoiH of Iho oxchannQ find
that they cannot elect a company to
inemhershlp and W. O. Smith will ho
elected an an Individual.
Ten thousand ilollais Is Iho price
paid hy Mr. Smith for tho- scat.
was n member of Iho exehnnge when'
It was orlRlnally orBanlzctl. '
;wWSft-aU.-ijJi i ;
Against Him Is
(A,clntcfl Press Cntilc.?
WASHINQTON, D. C, Aug. 2 Rep-
, ., . ... ,. , lit
""""iV1 e"r. Wl! Und?,"i chir-
man of the Houso committee on waya
and meant, today created a wild iceno
of excitement In tho House, when he
denounced as false tho charges of Wil
liam Jennings Bryan that he had block
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" effort to revise tho Iron and steel
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. ' acionoeq 1110 COUriO 01
HAYTIAN REVOLUTION '
FLEES TO SHIPBOARD
( Associated Press fj.l.hlo.1
PORT AU PRINCE, Hayti, Aug. 2.
The Haytian government has fallen be
for the victorious revolutionists. Pres
ident Simon, with his family and a few
faithful adherents, has escaped by tak
g ship. 'The capital la entirely In the
hands of the revolutionary party.
AHORNEY - GENERAL DECLINES
TO DECIDE POINT OF POLICY
FOR NEW HARBOR
Wlietlur iiliki block palng on tho posts were rotting mid had to bo ro
uharws of llonolitlu should como un-'l'laied Would the harbor tnmmlsslnn
der the head of new construction or of
rep.Ur work Is a .mention that Attor-
ney-denerul l.lndsny call not sittlo by
legal methods, according to his nn-
noiiuceui'iit this morning. According-
ly, he has imssed baik to the harbor
commission the responsibility for
commission can snoinl only J'10,000 for
it under the, law. If It Is new con-
structlon. 11 lait;,; part of $.100.0011 Is
"It Is one of thoso questions that
come Just on tho line," said tho ultor-
ney-general this morning "As 11 mat
the paving without violating tho law,
but It Is 11 very dellealo question. Tliu
law state.i that the loan fund may ho
used for building new wharves or luak-
Ing liupi moments In wharves. The
quesllon now comes up as to whether
'"is I, an improvement or not
"Supposing that tho wharf needed n
I,,1W ",llt "' P'lh't or that some of the
Them will ho a meeting of all mum-
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iH'ini'i im- inn- itiiiT,,n,ii iiiiuii.i,,,
III tho subject of Iho public hcallli
lit Iho toomu of Iho l'uhllc Sorvlco
Assifclallon on Kildny afteinoon, An-
gust fourth at 1:30 o'clock.
Thn iiiectlug Is called by tho pub-
Ho health committee of Iho federation
tn consider such hoiillli matters as
may come properly horoio (Ills mih-
rnmmltleo hut nltentlon will ho glv-
HAWAII DAY AT
I la wall's part In tho founding of tlm
gnat Aslnr family and foitntici Is to
lm cnnimeinoratiV iictorillug to 11 let-
ttr received by Covernor 1'iear from
l.u Au....l.. c..t.li.nll f.n,nllte. of
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Astoria, Ore Astoria Is preparing to
celebrate the 0110 hundredth nnnlver-
' smr . J35E,i
mm a 1 m ir S 4
Justllli d In spindlug loan fund
innniiv1 011 Mil, i.irk? M'lte mi. Her of
,,. ,,, ,, ,hlrlnPlli m..ns.j
however, a decided liiiprmi nunl In tliu.
Kuliie of tho wharf
"It Is Just one of lho,e questions'
which are on the lino mid which the
do-lpolloy of the board must delirnilne 1
but then a gieat many people may
dllTcr from inc. I make this statement
with great hesllaltou
Up to the Doard.
As far as policy Is loncerned. the
board may go iiml. spend the money
on this sort of work and then when
some inoie money was wanted It might
h nslci.l how tho last was spent. Tho
board would reply that It had patched!
up somo wharves and things like that,
and In reply to 11 further question as
In what It was going to do with tho
new loan It would have lo give tin n-
swer. It inlsht inean that somo of tho
bond, men would not llho this policy.
and then thero might bo compllca-
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ON "DRY TOWN"
en lo tho urgont necepslly of piovld-
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...M on.., u,; ii.i,in,,i iw nun un-
peclally nbotit tliu Inmhici.i pirt nfi
"Tho lecctit action of llm Honid of
Health In prohibiting common dlllik-
lug cups In public places Iuih mndo
Honolulu a very dry town and luis(
created conditions Unit domain!
Immndl.ilo attention cm Iho pari il
tho city," sa)s Socrolary lliyaii.
sar) of Iho founding of thn town by
.John Jacob Astor next month, and n.
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inn)- is i. ut p.-i Hsiiiti on iiiiwaii iiiiy
I Astoria, which was originally found-
ed by John Jacob Astor, tho llrst of
the great Astor family, I, connected
with theMi Islands through tlio fact
that nt one tmo ho used Honolulu as
'an Tiilirmedluto port for his ships
which were then trading from Iho I'a-
cldc f'oast to China Ho did 11 big
trade in sandalwood and other com-
modltles, and used to bring back 11
CnrgO Of ClllllOSe IlierclUlltd SO.
in n letter to tlio flovtrnnr. tho com-
mlltee nsks that the people of the Tcr-
(AK'.ndaled I'riHa C.il,l. )
HARTFORD, Conn, Aug. 2. The
State grange announced today that It
will not participate In tho reception to
President Taft hero In September on
account of its attitudo against the rec
iprocity bill and Taft's championship of
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HAVANA, Cuba. Aug. 2.-General
Acevado, who declared a few hours ago
that tho insurrectionists would start to
burn the city unless President Gomez
resigned, is now a fugitive and tho Is-
land is quiet.
RESIGNS BY REQUEST
(Hlx-clal It u I lei In Cihle.l
MEXICO CITY, Mox., Aug. 2-Mln-Ister
of tho Interior Gomez has resign
ed ct the request of resident Fran
cisco de la Barra.
LONDON HAS GREAT
STRIKE ON DOCKS
(ripoelsl II 11 1 1 el I n Cable)
LONDON, Enp., Aug.
,u. j J.b i.i...v.p. iAnM U..MI ,,
thousand dock laborers today wsnt out
on strike here.
SAN HtANflitrn. Aug I. Hoets.
MS nnalsls. 1.1s 10 l-1il.; pirlty, I flSc
Ievlous quoti.tlou, Hs, ltd
GROWTH IN YEAR
All records for license pamenlH Into
the ell) and county tieasury have boon
bi.il.ui during the month of Jul), dur
lint .which sin h businesses is reipilro
permits and liieiises are calleil upon
to uiako their pujiueiiU for tho noxt
The record for the July Just finished
runs moro than ten thousand dollars
ahead of that for July, l'JIO, and Is of
particular Interett as showing the
In HonohiliiH Mil 11 me of busl-
The Ilgures In total receipts for the
monttiH are as follows;
July, I'.HO J.'it.'.ir.H f,0.
July, 1911 ttil,l3r..B0.
'I he receipts for-this year arn $10,-
IC'J more than for list )ar.
The totals above no noi ipciiiiie in"
liquor license Ilgures, which amount tn
tS!,rH0 Tho largest single Item in tho
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lllllll in I lllil .mi line1" ttvvunvn, ..nivi.
amount lo ii'Ji.H'i', nine hundred and
elglily-two permits being Issued.
Until and restaurant receipts make
up jr.S.'0. and tobicco and cigar sterol
licenses roll hi tr.xoo more. A big In-1
1 rwian Id ulnillll It, HlO II. ellSn IllltllOVS
fll,, ,10(1i , billiard tubles, 1:701) Kiln
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yt.,. HH coiup.ireil Ii) iisju ior nisi year,
ti,ph totals are not complete, and
wliin all of the llecnso moneys Imvo
),, ,,,11,(1.1 thn county coffers
should be noail) $70,000 richer, exelu-
fivn f nlo Hipior license receipts
i.iccnsn Clerk (us llnso has been n
mj. ,mm fr the past few weeks, and
,ls rush Is hy no mians over Ho said
this morning that thu county will get
after tlpxe peopln who do not pay their
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I Threo moro well-known Bulling voh-
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sels linvo Ik en sold by their ownora
b. Kuropo. Tho list Includes tlio llrl
tlsh ship I.alliner, tho Kronen ship
.i(. n.iptlstn and tho Ilrlllsli hark
County of Inverness Other salos re
ported 1110 tho llrltlsh balk Cistnr,
the Iiililsh shin I.och (lurry iiml tho
Monl.h.iins. The llrltlsh stonmor
Kksdalo of 1021! Ions lias been pill-
chaseir hy tho J.ipaneso,
4. 4 4 'r t
.!.... I... It.r..r.,.,l throili'li IhA nress
of tho fact of a day being set nsldo In
their honor It Is September 9.
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"MtJk. 4mmAL,Hb .- nKutf .Vjv. . Allh-
Take Up Public
Ccucrninent ottnerhlpof theharesi
of llniintulii and perhaps of the enllri .
Terrltnry will he taken up hy the new.iuMit and large source of leienue and
harbor ciunmlsiilon, and reroininendn- at the xanio time allow hotter rontrol
lion tor action ma ho nmde to tho nn.l regulitlon Already the vtateiuenta
net Legislature I of luminous nidi inul business Interest)!
facing the fail Hut .luring the last ' before the iuimlsloii show tli.it on-
two ears the Terrllorj reallieil friini der the private numrxhlp system thorn j
wharf and other shipping receipts In hae sprung up things that must 1)0 .
.the Territory only tlM,l Ml, mid Mint
'during the same pctlod the Territory.;
",""t -lr,',!,:l8' niemhirH of thecom-
inlsslnn are wond.rhu, why wharf
mil on has not beu place.! upon n
more l.usitiessllkn busls In connection
nl(li lomprehensUe ilgures on reielpts
ami expoiiilllur.s prewired by Secro-
.tary i: A llern.lt for the commission,
lilt! mn-ninni 111 f)r i unit in intiuini'
h is tome up
Art e.,r the Hnnnlii I. rece ,,,,, fro,n
Itinllirr iiiii.iimliul tit I Ttfl flT 1 III! Unita
shipping inn, muted to I :w,07 1 . Hoc-
rotary Hermit sanl ..lis morning that
It shoulil lv- mu.h lirgcr Tho e.im-
mission wln'consldir plans In make
this department self-sustaining
I1,. er...i.i...l im ... rMl.I.t of 111),
whanes is highly desirable In this Tor-
rinr. m.,1,1 ....I.... "mi f the
w'lmrVcs'ln Honolulu si,,..,..Mllon!d
by the Territory lluslness men urn
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reaiiing linn me K.erfiiiieiu ina.io o
,,,,, ,n ,,. r,irter-B ,mp n.
It turmd down tho offrr of 100,noo fr
the Inter-Island wharf
Many heads nro sine to drop Into
tho waste basket of Honolulu road de
partment following (ho taking over of
that olllco h Charles Wilson,
"Wo want joungcr men In the moro
rcstKnllilo positions In UiIh depart
ment, and some of the older men will
have to get out and make way for
new blood," was a remark made hy
the new head of all ro.ulwork lu
Honolulu district this morning.
Wilson took over the reins of otllto
jestcrday. He has been busy cvor
blnco lu getting acquainted with the
details of tho department.
''I hope In makn ,n nunihec of
changes In the Hjstem of handling jhe
forces now with tho city depiilnient
Thn present H)8lem lias some rihuI
IHilnts and It also has Its faults.
"Wo need somo younger men, lluiso
who will got down lo work and bring
fin III remits.
"Do )ou pi in for a general shako
up In Iho io.nl ilepnlmeiit?" w.ih ask
Whnther thoso who woi chip ut tho
slnlne or thn OiiiIiIcbb Nicotine shall
ho allowed lo rontlniio their exor
cIscb In tho new Y. M. C. A. btilldlni;
or not Is n question that Is to ha put
up to tlio members very shoilly Thu
move has been taken iih tho result of
steps taken in that tlliectlou hy many
institutions on the mainland.
In Iho present building (Horn Is a
room set aside for smokem hut oven
this will ho done nwity with In Iho
now building If the non-smokers ear
ly tlio day, Tho snuin proposition
was put up to tho members of tho
Itinoklyn association and they carried
Iho "no-smoko" flag to victory wllli
11 sweeping majority. Tho men of tho
Kansas Y. M. C. A. also leave their
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I'lbes and clgaicues nl tlio tlisir wlicn
tbey step Inside the linlldlug.
,4A.wW.f,l,. Jg, J,-y.
'Goermnont ownership of nharipa.
iwmlil furnish the Territory a perm.i-
secretary fl.rii.lt says that as the
Terrry w(l, mu, i amulre tho
,n,., 1y con.lom.intlnn. no action
,.,., l., .,, ,.,., ,h i...
.-..iI1.linM r u. '..min.lsslon will
orn )n linBs of rrioniniend.illons tn
, r,i rfs-Kature I
,.,. ,, , - ..vi.wi ii.i.'
The decision on the agree-
inent liotw.vn Hie Territory and the
, , , llH , thl ,
hilkomi wharf was postponed Presl-
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piny and s..in of the etcran Inter-'
A "'M'"'!'"" '" "er on ror "'""
erioi.ii Is thn ,tan for proponed Wharf
"' AH-,, iRIchard, streets,
"ppo'lle the old uslimarket Oravlng
find Iri.osi.f.rtatloi. Interests wish this
, M t - - , ,, " -,
wharf to lie constructed especially for
""'" " kui. s.u.i ..-( Lime
(Continued on Page 3)
"Something will have lo he dono
mid that right awny," admitted Wil
son. "We have somo men on tho pay
roll of the city road department who
have served their allotted period of
usefulness. They will necessarily
Iijvq lo step aside and make way for
men who are younger in jears and
consequently moro iicllvo and wllliiiv
In pay closer attention to duty
"Do joii contemplate any ra'dlc.ll
changes In jour oflloej" was a query
put to the new road Isihs.
"There will he mom jiorsonal lu
spce'lon under niv regime,' Imdrded
Wilson. "I may lator make ,1 niimhei
of rhiingea In the personnel of tho
iitTlco foi co as well :i among tho out
sldo luiiiiK ami overseers.
"I want to hold n qonsultitlou with
City and County Engineer (lore ho
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10 load depart men With his sane -
Hon changCH will follow fast enough "
AT NEW Y. M. C. A.
Thn matter Is to he discussed nt n
meeting of tho dlrecloiB tn he held on
the night of August II If they de
cide that lt shall, bo put up to tho
members then u referendum will bo
taken on the subject.
Secretary Paul Super Bpcaklng
thn queHtlon this inorullR said llml.th" numlieis or the congregation did
n number of tlnvo t whom ho had ,'"" lll(" '" "wko """ Mrk- "" u wn
spoken Btntc.l that the) would ho I ", lh,"rtl' "-"'" I'nderth- original
Klail to havo somo ,d..ce where they
niniii. le't .e. iiiiiu ii, niuiiiiii, 1 ucj
matter will he cut.'rely In the hands
of the members ninl they will muko
their own choice,
It Is rumored that John M. Martin
was elected In lend Iho non-smokers
campaign at a caucus held last night
Ho Is well known iih h man who
has had cxerleiicq In campaign mnt-J ,.,nK,tlt ,0 , nlll t,ing has ever
tcrs ninl should mako Iho smoker8t,e,,n ,inA t ,nu, m.iiters put Into
sit up and take notice.
. JttoMS. .&,, !. , I JJk&i&kMii
WAS SHUT OUT
Tells of Financial Loss From
Shipping Sugar Around
GROCERS AFRAID TO
RUY AT CHEAP RATE
BcllOVCCl IlltCICStS WOlllCl
Rnlnlinln Allnmnlnil rifnl
nUWUIiUl- MlUlllllldl Uill
pOC t ItlWclllclll PlOOllCti
NIJW VOHK. N V. .Inly 21 CUits
A. Sprocket, president of tho I'cd-
cr. Sll.ir Hentilnc riunnan). told tho
ronLresRlona c ml leo InVesllgttlniS
rKf,R'""'i1 niiniiiiiici aniii usiuiii.
,llu l,"l'Kp'' 8,";jr inM "' "' xc""
t,,r0 '" "'Ipplni; siig-ir ntoutid mo
Horn and iindcrsrlllng tho market In
San Kr.inrlfiii Ho testified that tlilt
hroko the market, hut thai It lin.l io-
sullcd disastrously tu him llli.uiclally.
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,.,n , 7() lnlH l( ,lcr ha, ,
I Moamor nroiiiul tliu lloni iiml mi IU
I ittrtvnl Ifirrn wii nitnrnnrlioil li Wll-
t "'" ""' l'"1" '" " '" i'i""-'"
I sto.uuer ntoiuid tliu Horn mid on II
. ' . w.0,,Kn0 .,.
"'"" "nllH M '"" "' wnousaio Ki )-
.rers, who wanle,, ,, purchaso tho en-
tiio Mlilpnient, hut I lofuscd.
"Tim shlitinetit conslsto,! .if fmm
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30,000 to 10,0(0 barrels, and when I
(ln-cro, F,,M u-j, i2 t0 lr, ,,!( ,m.
der tho market the- grocers tcfuse.l
to buy It. ns they were afraid they
could not get any future gondii from
'the Interests' on thu coast
"I was approached by Mr. Siiism.in
of another wholesale grocery coni
p.iti), who look nu option for 43
hours. Ho canio to me the next tiny
and s:ild my brother, John D. Hrrec
kels, president of the Western Itelln
Ing company, V anted to know If I
would agree that this would ho Ihu
only shipment sent b) me. I i of used
lo maku such an ngreemiut and llu
ally sold my sugar direct to tho re
(Continued on Page 41
Mass Meeting to Re Held Fri
day Night Over Kawaiahao
'Standpalteis" itiid "Insurgents" of
Kawaiahao native diiirch, each sldo
represented by lounsel, will meet next
Friday nlcl.t at the chuich lo try to
, ...(tie,,,,, r iho dlaputo over
,,,,,, t f, f trlllltl.cs n lll8
,.,,, ()1l )f ,,. ,, f , I)a8,0r
Itev II II I'.irkcr, In appntntlng tho
At that time a big prolebt nicctlin:
Is to be held at the church, when all
sides of Iho fuse will bo heard and
thrashed nut-to a II11UI1 W. O Hmllli
Is tn speak on bclialf of the minister,
and Asslntant Unllcl Slates Attorney
W. T nnwllus will hiinille tho case for
Tho original dispute arose ve tho
fact that n boanl of trustees was up-
..(.lr...... .... ..... Milnl.lnp ...... ...... ni.lt.n
I.'..,,.,.-, ,,,. ,,,,..,r.' , ...... ...... v.'..."
of these .were not members of thn
of.i hurili. Il was stated at thn lime that
- -;o""i;"lll a "nemMr of
the chill oh can bet nine a member of
Iho board of Irustetis There Is no dis
satisfaction as to the personnel of Iho
present board beviuid thn fact that
some of them uro nut members of tho
At the meitlug tho matter of Incor
porating the church will ntso bn gouo
I Into Tin re are roiuo valuable lands