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Oceanic Steamship Company
Leave 8. F. Arrlva Hon." Leav: Hon. Arrlva 8. F.
September 23 September' 29 Seplemncr 13 September 19
October 14 October M October 4 October 10
f'j first elate, single, 3. F. fttO first class, round trip, Han Franoiiee.
C. BREWIR & CO., LTD., General Agents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
Hlrniiirrn of the above company win
on or bout tlio dntcs nirntlivinl below:
FOR THE ORIENT.
8. S. Pcrila
S. S. Korea
S. S. Siberia
S. S. China ....
js S. S. Manchuria.
.... October 10
Fnsvgenanil Information apply ti
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
Steamers of tlio abovo Company will
about th'J dates iiicnlloiml below:
FOR THE ORIENT.
B. S. Shinyo Maru October 3
S S. Cluyo Miru OcterSI
S. S. Nippon Maru Novomber21
S. S.JTcnyo Maru November28
S. S. Shinyo Maru December 19
Matson Navigation Company
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN 8AN
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
3. S. Lurline Septembcr20
S. S. Honolulan September 27
S. S. Wilhelmina October 3
8. S. Lurhne October 18
S. S. Wilhelmina October 31
ii S. S. Lurline .-November 15
S. S. HONOLULAN of this line sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct
on or about OCTOBER 21, 1911.
For further particulars, apply'to
CASTLE & COOKE. LTD . General Agent. Honolnli
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
FOP. FIJI AND AUSTRALIA. . FOR VANCOUVER.
Makura October 11 iealandia October 10
Zealandia . November 8 Marama November 7
MEO H. DAVIES A CO.. LTD.. 0EN5BAL AQEHTi.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN JTEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
Via Tehuantcpcc. every sixth day. Freight received at all times at tha Com
party's wharf. 41st Street. South Brooklyn.
FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT
, to sail about ...
, to sail about ..
f-ori further information apply to H. HACKFELD o. CO. LTD. ag.nts,
Honolulu. ' C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent.
',.,, ; ,, Phone 2295 Reaches
Hustace-Peck Co. .Ltd.
,,,.. " a,i.l Kinds ok rock and sand ron concrete work.
' FIIIEWOOD AND COAL.
The B. F. DHlinham Co.
general gent for Hawaii:
Miue Arsurance Company of Loi.aon
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Waehlngton Insurance Co,
Ith FLOOR, 8TANGENWALD BLDQ.
la not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
But you Must have, the DUST
ind tiiat Is provided .iy the famous
snd most equitable Law. of Matsa-
ihusuttt, In ths
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If yeu would lit fully Informed about
id laws, aodress
CASTLE & COOKE,
MOMOLULU, T, H.
mil ut Honolulu anil leave tula port
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
S 8. Clilna September 22
S. S. Manchuria September 29
S. S. Mongolia October2l
S. S. Persia November 10
S. S. Korea November 18
cull at aid leava Honolulu on or
FOR SAN FRANCI8CO.
S. S. Chlyo Maru October 6
S. S. Nippon Muro OeloberZf
S. S. Tenyo Maru November 3
S. S. Shinyo Mrru November24
S. S. Chlyo Marj December22
CASTLE A COOKE, LIMITED,
fRANCIUCO AND HONOLULU
FOR SAN rRANCIS.CO.
S. a Lurlino..,..., September26
S. S. Honolulan October 3
S. S. Wilhelmina October 11
S. S. Lurlino Oclober24
S. S. Wilhelmina Novembers
S. S. Lurline November21
P. O. BOX 212
Oahu Railway Time Table
For Witasue, Walalua, Kahukn and
Wuy StHtloti8 '9:15 a. m., J:20 p. ni
For Pearl City. Kwa Mill and Way
Ktntlotm 1?-30 a. ru.. :15 a. m..
11:30 a. m.. .2:1E p. m., 3:20 p. a,
S:15 p. in.. 19:30 p in., Ul:15 p. m.
For Wabluwn and Lelleliua 10:20
a. ro., e:13 t. m.. :30 p. m., tll:lt
Arrive Houolulu from Kahukn, Wat
auiua ana waiauae 'm;ji a. m..
5:31 p. m.
Arrive Hunolulu troai Kwa Mill and
I'oar! City 17:45 a. m., 8:38 a. m,
11:02 a. m., 1:40 p. m., '4:28 p. m..
u:ji p. m., -i:a p. m.
Arrlvn Honolulu from Wahlawa ami
Lelleliua 9:16 a. m., tl:49 n m., B:3l
p. m., ju'iiu p. m.
The Jlalolwa Limited, a two-hour
tr.tlu (only first class tlcyets Ifinorcd),
leaier, Honolulu every Sunday at 8:3(
a. m.; rnturnlnK, arihes In Honolulu
at 10:10 p m The l.lmltail stops only
nt Pearl City nnd Walanae oiitwnrd
nml Walaiwin, Walpalm nml I'eatl City
Dally tHunday Hicepte-I (Huuilay
O P, DMNinON, F. C. HMITIK
Huxtrlntenifnt. 0. P, A
H u 1 1 1 1 1 n iiliont numlif r arm
V4llirliil Ue.at, Ul
Husliirsi (Inlrs Kiel,
EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, t!"h.. THURSDAY,
" '-'"" ' TTT"
IiUblliht. In 1881
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Traeim'
Letten of Credit limed on
the Bank of California and
The London Joint ttock Bank
Correspondent for t k
American Express Company
and Thot. Ccok 4 Ron.
Interest allowed on Term
and Savings Bank Depotiti.
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPITAL, 1600,000
CLAU3 SPHECKELS ft CO.
Invites yortr Account and
offen satisfactory ferric.
Loans at market raus.
Ixchanfe and Cable trans
fers. Travelers' Credits and
Checks available tverywkere.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid Up).. Ten 24.000,000
Itcserve Fund Yen 16,(00 000
flcneral banking business
transacted. Savings accounts (or
It and upwards.
Fire and burglar-proof vault,
with Safe Deposit Doxea for rent
at $2 per year and upwards
TrunkB and cases to be kept on
custody at moderate rates
Particulars to be applied for.
XU AKAI, Manager.
Honolulu Office, Bethel and Mer
chants Street!. Telephone 2421
and 161)4 P. o. tloz 1(8.
TWO FORD MACHINE8
Just as good as new) three seats,
One $200 1 one (250.
Oahu Machine Shop
301 QUEEN AND RICHARDS 6T8.
Engineering ivA 0ontraetlii
House-Wiring Eipairing Saailie
1187 AIAKEA ST. Near lerttink
A fall Rssortment, sixes M"zM"
to 48"xl20", and gauges Xn. II U
N 6'just to hand. " " '
' We do sheet metal work of "all
kinds, and guarantee eatiilastioa.
Your patronage is solicited
PE0MPT ATTENTION TO J0BHNQ
EMUELUTH A CO.. LTD.'
Phone 1011 145 King Street
f all urn
BIALXM I LUMlim.
4sa Itrtst ti si it Voaotai
Illnnk hooks of all sorts, ledRers,
etc., manufactured by tlio Uulletin
Nos. 2, 3, and 4 Crushed Rock
nut ci:.ii;nt wohk fui nhatio.nh iii:ht iihu: hto.nii bijuaiiuh
1'Wll t'NIi:itPINNINl AND C'lIIIIIINtl Alll! THIS IKICKH ON WHICH YOU
CAN PIN Vni'll FAITH WITH HAFISTV OIIDISIt VnlfttUfl.
Honolulu Construction &-Draying Co., Ltd.
RODIN80N DUILDINQ QUEEN BTREET
Alexander & Baldwin,
and Insurance Agents
Ilnwallan Commercial & Bugar Co.
Unlku Sugar Company.
Mnul Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Knluiku riuntntlon Company.
McIIrydo Sugar Company.
Knliulul liallru.id Company,
Kauai Ilnllnuy Company.
Ifnlku Fruit nml racking Compuny,
Kauai Fruit anil Land Company.
Henolulu, T. h.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION,
SUGAR FACTORS AND GENERAL
Itws Plantation Co.
Walslua AfcTlcultural (Jo.. Ltd
Kohula Sugar Co.
Walmsa Sugar Mill Ca
Apokaa Sugar Co, Ltd.
Fulton Iron Work ot St. Louie
Babooes' . Wilson Pump.
Green's Fuel Koonomliers.
Mataon Navlftllon Co
Union and National
Established 1824 '
Till wiU'lho only one of all tlio Flro
'"SHiri'lT". Companies vyHJi parent of
lire hIm'(),ti to pt'V" Its Snn Francisco
ilalmuiils, t nftrr Ilia big lire, with
American Surplus Funds.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
General Agents for Territory of
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
FIRE AND MARINE
Itoyal Insurance Co. ot Liverpool.
Lc.ndou Assurance Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
ot London. '
Scottish Unlou ft National Int.
Co. of Edliiburgu,
Caledonian Insurance Co. ot
American & foreign Marin Ins.
Chemical Engines and
For Sale by
A. O I L M A 1
They hold shapo and cut fast) will
save time and money on any character
of grinding work.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands
Consulting, Designing and Cv
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Itrae
turea. Steel Structures. Sanitary Sys
tems,. Aepprts and Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 1045,
Pau Ka Hand
MOVE8 THE EARTH
8EPT. 28, 1911.
VCISEL TO ARRIVE
Thursday, Sept. 28.
Hongkong via Japan iiorts Man
clitirln, 1. M. 8. S. '
Friday. Sept. 29.
San Frnnclsco Slorra, O. S. 8.
Saturday, Sept. 30.
I till) via way , ports Manna Ken,
Kauai ports Nocnn, stmr.
Sunday, Oct. 1.
Kiiuitl ports Klnnti, slmr.
Mnttl, Moloknl and I.anul porta
Monday, Oct. 2.
Sun Francisco nml Scatllo Hllo
nlnn. M. N. S. S.
llllo-llonoltilan, M. N. S. S.
Tuesday, Oct. 3.
San Francisco Wilhelmina, M. N.
San Francisco Shlnjo Maru, Jap.
Wednesday, Oct. 4.
Manila via Nagasaki, Japan Ix
gan, U. S. A. T.
Hawaii lit Mnttl ixirts Clattdlno,
Kntiat ports W. (1. Hall, stmr.
Friday, Oct. 6.
Hongkong via Japan iiorts Chlo
Mum, Jap. Klmr.
Saturday, Oct. 7.
Hlto via way twrts Miiuna Kea.
Sunday, Oct. 8.
Maul, Moloknl ntiil Lnnal ports
Kauai ports Klnaii, slmr.
Tuesday, Oct. 10.
Sydney la Auckland and Suva
Zcalnndln, C.-A. S. S.
San Francisco Siberia, I M. S. 8
Wednesday, Oct. 11.
Vnnromor ntnl Victoria Mnkurn,
0.-A. S. S.
Hawaii a. Maul ports Clntnllnc,
Kauai ports W. 0. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, Oct, 12.
San Francisco Thomas, U. S. A.
" Tuesday, Oct. 17.
Sollnn- Cruz via San Francisco
Ncurnsknn A.-Hi S. S.
San Francisco Chlpa, l'JM. S. S.
on Francisco Lurline. M. 'N. S. S.
' Friday. !OetJ'20.
San Kranrlsco 'Slorra, O. S) S.
Saturday;' Oct. '21. t
rJfonsk'ong )a; Japan ports rMongo
lln,'lVM. H. S. ' -..
Central and South American, ports
HonRkonR Mnrn, Jap stmr.
Monday. Oct 23.
San Francisco Honolulan, M. N.
San Francisco Mntichurln, P. M
Sunday, Oct. 30.
Snllna Cruz ln San Frunclsco
Istiiiniisati, A.-H. S. S.
Tuesday, Oct. 31.
Snn Francisco Wilhelmina, M. N.
San Francisco Chlyo Maru, Jap,
' ' 4
ViatELS TO DEPART
Thursday, Sept. 28.
Maru Island Annaimlls, U. S. S.
Manila l. Oiium Dlx, U.. 8. A. T.
PtiKct Sound Ilohort sialics. Am.
Bclir., p. in.
Friday, Sept. 29
Kona and Kan ports Mnuna Lou,
Knu.il ports W. O. Hall, stmr., 5
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudlno,
utni r.. S p. in.
San Framlsco Mnnrhurla, P. M
8. 8.. 10 n. m. or noon.
Monday, Oct. 2.
Kauai ports Noenti, stmr., G p. in
Tuesday. Oct. 3.
Japan ports nnd UoiiRkoiiK Shinyo
Muru, Jap. stmr.
8an Francisco Honolulu!!, M. N
S. 8.. tl p. in.
llllo via way (torts Mauna Ken,
Maul, Molokal nnd Lmal ports
Mlkaliala, slmr., C p. in.
Kauai ports Klnnti, stmr., G p. in
Thursday, Oct. 4.
Knu.il iKirts W. U. Hall, stmr., S
Wednesday, Oct. 4.
San Prnnclscu tiocan, II. 8. A. T.
San Frunclsco Sierra, O. S. 8.
Friday, Oct. 6.
Hnwall via Maul ports Claudlno,
htmr., f p. in.
Ban Francjsco Chlyo Maru, Jnp
Monday, Oct. 9.
Kauai ports Nocati, stmr., G p. in,
Tuesday, Oct. 10.
Japan potts uiul HoimkoiiR Slho
rln, P. M. 8. 8.
Vancouver and Victoria Zoalandla.
C.-A. S. H.
llllo via way ports Mauna Ken,
slmr., ID a. in.
Maul, Molokal nml Lnnal potts
.Mlkaliala, stmi'., A p, in
KiiiiiiI purls Kliiau, stun'., S p. m,
Wednesday, Oct. 11
Hvdiinv via Auckland im.l Fanning.
Island .Mnkurn. C.-A. S. U.
Sim rrnnclsr.i Wllholnilun, M.
Thursday, Oct. 12.
Manila via llimin Tlim , U.
r" Saturday Oct. 21;1 t
San FrHnclscit-Mongolla, P. M. S.
S. " ! " .
Monday, Oct. 23.
'Japan pprlH and Hongkong Man
churia, p. M. S. 8. ,
Tuesday, Oct. 24.
Sail Frnnclsco Lurlino, M. N. S. S.
Wednesday, Oct. 25.
San Francisco Slorra, O. S. 8., 10
Japan iKirts and Iioiigkoug Hong
kong Main, Jap. slmr.
Friday, Oct 27.
San Krartrlscti Nippon Maru, Jap,
Tuesda Oc't; 31.
Japnn ports ami Hongkong Chljo
Maru, Jnp. slmr.
Snn I'ranclbco Ilnnolulivi, M, N
8. S. . ,
Per stmr. Claudlno, for Mnttl nml
llnwnll i)rts, Sept. 29. Mrs. O. Pol
lister, Mrs. M, Merrill, Clias. Pogue,
It. S. I'ollUtcr. Mrs. (Jen. Knla, Miss
Kain, Miss Martin, Mrs. Martin, Mrs.
Frcltas, Capt. Schilttlownrth, Capl.
Cullcson, Capt. Nccly, MIhh Pa, Mrs.
Whltiord, Miss L. Whltford, Miss
Per stmr. Mnuna I .on, for Koim and
Kati porlH, Sept. 29. Hong Chnck,
IllBhup ltostnrlck, Mrs. I 8. Aungst,
Mrs. J. D. Pails, II. V. Ilnrclay and
wife, Mrt. Cnmnrn.
Per stiiir. W. O. Half, for Kauai
IKirts, Sept. 29. Mrs. Hove.
Per slmr. Mlknhala for Maul and
Molokal ports, Oct. 3. M. Inmnn
Mrs. Inmnn, Mrs. Sadler, W. E. Hall
,. Malls are dus rrom lb followlni
points as follows;
Snn Francisco Sierra, Sept. 29.
Yokohanin Manchuria, 8cpt. 28.
Victoria Makura. Oct. 11.
Colonies Zcalandln, Oct. 10. '
Malls will depart for the followlni
points as follows:
Yokolininn Shlnjo Maru, Oct. 3.
Vancomcr 7-calaliilla, Oct. 10.
Snn Francisco Mntichurln, Sept. 29.
Sydney Mnkurn, Oct. 11.
Dlx, arrived from Seattle for Manila
via Honolulu, Sept. 10.
Logan, sailed from Honolulu for Ma
nila, Sept. 11.
Sherman, arrived San Francisco,
Sheridan, sailed from Manila for San
Francisco, Sept. 14 ut NaRasakl
Crook, arrived 8. F. Apr. 13.
Duford, sailed from Honolulu for San
Frnnclsco. nrrlved Auk. Hi.
Warren StoMoneii at tlio Philippine).
Thomas at San Francisco under re
pairs e s a
Two Ids trniiH.Pucluc liners sailed
from San Francisco cstcrday within
mi hour of each othor, with destina
tion ns Honolulu. Tho Matson Navi
gation steamer Wlllieluilliu cot away
I nun tho const port at 12:40 while
the now Jupnncso turhlnor Shinyo
Maru was dispatched nt one-thirty
tho sainu nftcrnoon according to ca-
lilcs received at tho local branch of
tho Merchants' HxchnuRC. Tho Wll
hclmlnn nml Shlnjo Mnru nro duo to
nrrlvo hero nl nn c.rrly hour on noxt
Inter-Is'and and O. It ft L. shipping
hooks tor talr at th3 Ilutletl'
ftlr RO,i ACh
HISALISD TiSNIMSrtS will ho rrcelV
cd ly tha Hoard of llnrlior Coinml-
hIuikth until 2 p. in. of Wi'iliiosdiiy
Octohir 18. lull, for roiiHtructltiB h
HISA WALL. QUISISN STHISIST. HO
NOLULU. I'liiiiB, speclllcatlnns and Malik forms
of proposal lire on lllu In the Olllvo ot
the Hiirrliiteiiilent of Public Works,
Capitol llullillng, Honolulu.
The Ho ml of llnrlior Commissioners
roserxes the rlcht to reject any or nil
Chalrmiiii, Hoard nf Harbor Commis
On nml after October Z, 1011, anil
until further notice, tho Ilcrnlca 1
Illshop Museum will hn opon to tha
public from 10 u. in to 4 p. in. dully
except Suniluys, Wednesdays nnd tha
four yearly hollilajB Decoration Day,
Independence Day. Thanksgiving Day
mil Christinas Day. No permits to
visit tho museum will bo. issued to
passengers on through steamers on
Wednesdays ns formerly.
I1Y ORDISK OF THIS THUSTISKS.
September 1, 1911. 502Q-2m
NOTICE OF MEETING.
There will bo u regular meeting of
tho Wiilnlue. Kulmukl mid Pulolo Iin-
Iproveineiit Club ut the oltleo of tho
knliuiikl Uiud t'oiiipauy, Hid of car
line, on Thursday evening, September
S8, lit 7s30 o'cloik A full nttcn.liitirn
"f H' residents of thu district Is do
Ilusluess: ltepnit of khs roiumltteo
nnd m iiernl.
J. II. I'lDDCS,
coi;'-2t Seen mi y
New Methods!' Will Be Em
ployedOil i Used By
How whaling .ins been renewed In
the South Put Hie Oeean Is told III tho
Dally Consular nnd Trade lleporls by
VIce-CoiiHUl'deneral Henry D. It.iker,
mi special service In New ISnglnnil:
Tho iniirltio ilepiirtiueut of New Zea
land linn Jiut grit'itcd concessions to a
Norwegian whaling conipiny to innku
tiHii of one or more ports In the Auck
land Islands, Htcwnrl lilaml, Chatham
nml Il.iy ot Inluhdi. It In anticipated
Hint the Industry will glvo cmploj ment
to oxer 200 men.
The IllulT, In tho Houtli Hand of New
Zeiiliiiul, wilt bo the headquarters of
tho Intended operations. The vessels
to bo apportioned to New Zealand urn
nt present In nctlvo operation off tho
Hnutli African coast, nnd consist of
Inrge steamer of S000 tons and two
A project Is alii on foot In establish
tho winding Industry In Aknrou har
bor, near Littleton, In tho South Is
land, where whales ut prc'cut aro
sighted dally A meeting has been
railed for the organization nf a local
company1 to undertake, this project.
Previous to securing tho concessions
from the Now Zealand government u
representative of tho Norwegian com
pany wus quoted hs follows by tho
The company ilrcndy has three sta
tions In southern waters nt Dtirb.ui,
In Cape Colony, and nt tho Islands of
South Ocorgla and South Shetland, to
the south of Caps Colony. Operations
have been curried on there vv'HIi much
success for sbmo years. r Tho w hales
are chased In lolgbonts driven by
"A cniislilerulili amount of Ilrltlsh
rnpltal Is Invested In tho company In
South Africa, and It Is proposed to In
vito New Zealand residents to take a
monetary Interest. The system pro
posed to be Introduced Into New Zea
land has been In use In Norway for
about .! years."
A llob.irl newspaper states that this
same company Is nsklng the Tnsiminlan
government to grnnt it concessions at
two ports Port Davey, on tho south
coast. ,uml onuiou. the.. east. coast at a
point yet to be IIXcil for n term of !0
Tho possibility of turning whales to
good commercial cccnimt, with equip
ment which would permit of far morn
success than In t he-old days of sailing
ships, has for tho last two years been
given much attention In New Zealand
Ijist ear a rtrst-closs whaler, built In
ISnglnnil, arrived nt Auckland, nnd Is
now engaged In iperntlons nround tho
roasts of New Zealand, tho Auckland
Islands, Campbell Islnnds, etc. Tho
tonnngo and dim-unions nre 127 tons
gross nnd 44 toni net register, 93 feet
over nil. by 19 feet beam. It Is titled
with the most modern appliances. In
cluding n harpoon gnu nt tho bow.
Tho whales caught ofT New Zealand
jleld on an nverago of CO to 100 bar
rels of oil u whale. Tho oil and othir
products from tin vvluiln are all sold
locally. Tho oil Is much used In tho
rope fuetorks of New Zealand, us It
keeps the libers f.om separating or be
coming decomposed In salt water; It ii
also used for making candles nnd soap.
It Is said that there nre novv moro
whales on the coast of Tajnanla and
New Zealand than there were' even
during the period nbout SO years ago,
when numbers of American shlpshunt
fd In these waters. At tint time Ho-
b.irt, In Tasmania, was the chief center
of tho Industry.
I'litll nbout 1 Slid scores of shps set
out from llobart In quest ot whales.
sperm oil at that tlmn ranging from
1400 to jf.00 per ten. Hut with thodls
eovery mid development of tlio Amer
ican oil wells the prico dropped to
200 a ton and then to $100 Tho In
dustry then i easel to pay mid beeumo
entirely extinct about Tasmania. Tho
coopering trade and shlpu righting nt
llobart also declined All American
tteam whaler put Into llobart soma 2n
urs ago for repairs, mid this was tho
hi'it boat to call III connection with
Sivriul months ago u school of 37
wl.ules was washed up and stranded on
tha northwestern cp.ist of Tasmania A
company was quickly nrroulxcd nt
l-nunccHton to tukn advantage of this
and umbergils to. tho vuluo of about
4o,000 was ohtulmd.
This evening ut hnU-pnst seven, on
tho Alexander Young Hotel roof gar
den, tliu hand will play tho follow lug
March Tho Thundoror , Sons.i
Overturn Flench Comedy licl.i
Introduction and livening Stur....
Selection U Trnvlutu Verdi
Voral ilawullan Bnngslar. by Iloigor
ItemliilsreiiLes of llatfn liodfioy
Waltz Southern llrecro .... Molstur
Mairh Manliultan Ilearh ....Soiiua
Thu Ktnr Spangloil Haulier.
e s e
. IIiiIiik illscliuigcdilio Kroitttir i"u-
Inn of (nity-thoiiiiaiiil lurrds, nf fuel
pll til Hut tanks,' of tho union oil
Company Ihu Aiiimlcan nil tanker
Hunt u Itlla, Cadnlii (liuut was ills
lailclied for tlio Coast tills morning,
.a. - jluu 4&.4iMtt ttetaMbu, &
'.U MjMtti fc. 4Kb'