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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, NOV.
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Oceanic First Hi (trie.
Honolulu Cliapli r I'. .M.
mill 31. i:. II., ;::l p. in.
Regular i. in.
Hawaiian Ncond llr-gri c.
J.i I Aluli.i Nil 3 Itigiil.ir.
AM vliltlng inemosm of tkc
Order lire cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local ledges
f , ; ,
Iu Meet on the
VCgar 2nd ar.d 4th
grS Mondays of
' ItPyJPlk Mh month
f&J K' P" Hal1
. HARINE ENGINEERS Sxul
sfKFICIM. ANIATiOH. elation, cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Micts every llrst nnd thlid Tuesday
or each moiilli III IVatcrnlly Hall. I. O.
U. J, building. Visiting brothers cor
i dl.llly Invited to attend.
W. J II01IINSOK. Sachem.
11 V. TOM), O. of It.
40N0EULU LODQZ, 616, B. P. 0. 1.
? Hontlulu Lodge No. 618, It. P. O.
' Kiss, meet In their hall, on King
f Itreet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting llrotbera are cordially
t, invited to atteni.
n . n isiiNiiuiia, h. n.
j. ui:o. T. KLUEOEL, Bee.
. McKINLEY L0DQE. NO. 8,
Meevs every 2nd and 4th Baturda)
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fart and Ileretanla. Vlslt-
log brothera cordially Invited ti at
F. F. KILHET, C. 0.
E. A. JACOIISON, K. R, B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first ntnl third, Friday at
7'5( o'clock, I'ytldill llnll. corner Here
Iniilii nnd Kort street. Visiting broth
crs cordlnlly lnllcd to utleiul."
s. decker, c. c.
o. heine. ic ot n. & s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets on second nnd fourth Wcdncs
diiy evening of ench month nt 7:30
o'clock, In S.ui Anloiiln Hull, Vineyard
street, nrur Emma. Visiting brothers
ro Invited to ntttHui.
1'. IIKIOINS, W. 1'.
W.M V SI'C'OY, Secy
Edward n.ulc, tlif ootid Psyihlc f
Knn Francisco, who for over twenty
years has been prominently Idcntlllod
with the Spirit II. illHtV nuclei Im V Amer
ica. Is In Honolulu nnd will demon
strate phychlc pliooiiome.i, tie Spirit
ual udvlic on nil nutters glvi n Dally
10 to t; evening li iippolntiniut. Tcl-
cpliruio ,t!3 or nt residence, 782 Kin. Hi
strcit. (iniiid Semico every Thursday
Eve, 8 o'clock 5071-2W
W .. It I Hi 1 1 e 1 1 b II oer rear.
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JA8. H. LOVE
"YELLOW JACK" SCARE CAUSED
Los Angeles Press Made Much of Honolulu's Misfortune
Jimmy Ridden to the Fore Again Persia Made Brief Stop
at the Port Mauna Loa Away for Kona and Kau Ports.
Change Made In Pacific Mail Pursers.
One hundred nnd lhlitj-80cn ilrst
class passengers, twenty-one second
class, 3,327 tons of freight and ten
lulus not to foigot Iho twenty-pound
Thanksgiving tin kcs belonging to
I! F.ixoti lllHliop, Hint were painted
red, iiMiiocnts wlint tho Oceanic lin
er Sleira brought In on tho Nocmber
trip tills morning.
The passenger list Is iiiailo up ot
a few kumaalnas, a Rood miuilicr of
tourists, two or tlircn hrld.il couples,
unite a sprinkling of tiavcllng sales
men and Iho Hughes Comedy Com
piny that cornea "well icconimeiideil
in play a season at tho Ilijou theatre.
The Htc.imcr made n very comfort
ahlo mid nltoKi'thcr pleasant trip of
It Tho first day nut of San Fran-ciM-o
was rather rough but It boon net
tled down to Iho regular weather of
.he Pacific, Just as It In advertised.
What an mhcrso teport on Hono
lulu health conditions will do towards
icdttclng a passenger list was shown
n da or two before tho Sierra nail
ed, Scleral leserMitlons wcio can
celled by iicoplo who planned to mako
Hie trip from l.os Angeles. This can
cellation was tho direct result of tho
publication In tho lm Angclex Times
of tho Associated Press dispatch sent
from Honolulu regarding the reported
case of jellow foxer In tho city. Tho
dispatch said theio was no danger but
a special session of the Lcglslatuio
was contemplated, a mass meeting of
citizens had been held, forty-men of
iho army had volunteered iih inspec
tors, and tho medical authorities winilJ
know In a week whether tho "yellow
Jack" would spread or mil,
Tho dispatch was handled liy tho
Times Identically ns receUcd ntnl han
dled by the Associated Press.
The San Francisco papcis, however,
foigot to use tho dispatch till three
das after the dispatch arrived and
ii Inconspicuously that even some of
Iho Honolulu people who wcro looking
for news did not sco It.
Passenger Agent Cockroft of tho
Oceanic lino icmarkctl as he read tho
TIiiich' clipping accompanying Iho
cancellation ot loscrvntlous- that lie
wished tile Honolulu people would at
least wait until conditions warranted
II, before they began scaring people
iiw.iy from tho place.
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It Is fnlr to say, however, that not
nil the prospective visitors fiom I.oJ
Angeles quit, nnd tho "jellow rcver
news" had no dampcrlng effect on the
good nature of the passengers.
There was something doing nil Iho
lime. An entertainment committed
was organized with W. H Hughes,
chairman; F. Kurt7lialss, secretary;
Sheriff Henry, treasurer; Mrs. A.
Cojne, Miss II. Wilson, Miss K. Han
cock, F. Anderson. O. K Warn, mem
bers and J. A. Magoon, master ol
ccieuionlcs. Treasurer Henry accom
panied by a pretty member of tho
Hughes Company nindo a tour of tho
ship and collected forty dollars iib a
starter for purchasing prizes.
Tho first event was tho progressiva
whist party held In the saloon of tho
Sleirn Wednesday evening. It was n
happy nnd brilliant affair with four'
teen tables. Refreshments wcro serv
ed nnd ovcry detail of a pleasant so
clal function was can led out to per
fection, Tho prizes were won by Mr,
W. II. Ilabcock, who remained at tho
head table from tho start, nnd Miss
Paul. Tho prizes were pretty Hawaii-
mi souvenir pins. About six were tied
for last place.
Thursday, a program of sports was
carried out, occupying the forenoon
and afternoon. Kvcryonc enmo In to
help tho sport nnd made a mighty Jul
ly day of It. Tho events and tho win
ners wcro: - ,
Tin end the Needle Race 1st prize,
ladles; 1 souvenir card, Miss Stella
drey; fist prize, gentlemen: 1 souvenir
cardr Mr. Pert l.o Ill.mc.
ICgg and Sikmiii Race 1st prlzo, la
dles: 1 enamel hioarh. Miss Phonlx
Sdwiirds; 2nd prize, ladles: 1 box
of Cindy, Miss l.cun (inrdncr; 3rd
prlre, ladles: 1 hoc of cam!), Miss
Umbrella and Cigarette Race 1st
prize: 1 bottle Uhic water, Mr, P. I.
Whistling Rare 1st prize, ladles: 1
box candy, Miss Lena (Inrdncr; 1st
prle, gents: 1 pennant, Mr, F, An
Clilldicn's llun Raco 1st prize.
girls: 1 dicsscd doll Miss Hnllls
Hughes; 2nd prize, girls; I dressed
doll. Miss Mary Marvin; 1st prlzo,
bo.vs.2 huso balls, 'Mnstor Rny Ilat-
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Plllovv-nar Fight 1st prize, gents:.'
Cignrs, Mr. A. Conc.
Drawing Competition 1st prize, la-!
dies: 1 silver spoon, Mrs. W. R,'
Hughes; 1st prize, gents; 1 bottle of
Hay Rum' Mr.,A. Leonard. I
I'otnto Hnco 1st prize, Indies: 1
Inrgo broach, Miss O. Sherlock; 2nd
prize, ladies: 1 small stiver spoon,
Miss I.. (Inrdncr.
Chalking Pigs Kyc 1st prize, In
dies: 2 headed chains, Mrs. Ruth;
Dooby, ladles: 1 pack peppermint,
Throe-Lcggcd Race 1st prize, la
dles: 1 pair slippers. Miss Flo Sher
lock; 1st prize, gents: 1 pair slip
pers, Mr. F. I. Kiirtzhalss.
Children's Pntnto Raco 1st prlz.c,
girt: I small box candy, Miss Holds
Hughes; 1st prize, boy: 1 191i chain,
Master Hay Dattello; 1st prize, boy:
1 HHS chain, Mnstcr Rolit. U.ittcllo.
Children's Hating Applo Plo Race
1st prlzo: 1 pennant. Miss Hnllls
Hughes; 2nd prize: 1 pennant, Mns
tcr Ray Ilaltcllc.
Whist (Progressive) 1st prize, la
dles: Largo broach, Miss Paul; 1st
prlzo, gents: Scarf pin, Mr. Ilabcock.
2nd prize, ladles: 1 broach, Mrs,
Webb; 2nd prize, gents: Scarf pin,
Mr. Coyne, Ilooby prize, ladles: 1
postal card, Mrs. 'West; Ilooby prize,
gents: 2 loaded cigars Mr, Robert
son. On tho evening or tho Inst day nut
tin elaborate program of entertain
ment was carried out In tho social
hall. The events not on tho program
wcro rousing voto of thanks for Capt.
Hnuillcttc, First Officer Trnsk nnd thoi
men or i no ship, and the trial of l;.
raxonlllshop for trying to pass thrco
ChrltitfmiH turkejs nnd bribe a Unit-'
pd StaUu pfflccr. Sheriff Henry was
Judgo, jOX-Judgu Magoon prosecuting
MtorDoyJJa.', U. Carter, attorney ror
II. St. Hoar, the complaining witness
and Farrlngton and Druncr attorneys
for Dr., Blue,;.' who rofiiscd to tcstltv
for-fcnr'of Incriminating himself, Tho
trial ended In a conviction though
lllslinp produced tho carcass of a tur
i:cy to 'prove It was not painted red.
Tho evening's program was ns fol
lows: Opening Address. Mr. J. A. Magoon, Sr
Solo nnd Chorus
...Miss Ph. Kdwnrils nnd Company
Piano Solo Mr. C. I Warn
Trio , ,
Messrs. I.ydstonc, Lo HlHnc and
Violin Selection Miss U Pnul
Legerdemain ,...Mr. Fritz Kiirtzhalss
Song Mndiuno Lloyd
Claim Plnvlng, Classic nnd Ragllmo
i Mr. F. Anderson
Dance Our Darling or Eight Sum
mers Miss II. Hughes
Song Miss IC. Ilabcock
Address Hon. (leo. R. Carter
Distribution or Prizes. .J. A. Magnon. Sr
Finale "America" Kverj body
Tramp Charters for Navy Coal,
According to advices received at
the local naval station a number or
tramp freighters have been placed
under charier by tho United States
government tor transporting coal tioni
tho East const of the United States
to tho Pacific coast nnd perhaps to
tho Hawaiian Islands. It Is under
stood that two largo sized sleamers
wcro scheduled to load coal at Allan
He Range for Mnro Island, tho latter
part or November, two for December
and two for January. It Is claimed
that nlno Irnmp freighters hnvo thus
far been fixed for Mnro Island whlio
Ihrco nre uiplor charier for Pugot
Sound. That some oi theso tuny ho
diverted to tho Island station Is quite
Hllonlan Loaded Down With Explo.
Tho Mntson Nnvlgntlon steamer Ill
Ionian, now en route from San Fran
Vlscn by tho way of Seattle, Is io
portcd according to advices received
hero this morning ns wcl laden with
explosives as) well us general cargo.
The vnluo of the enrgn which left tho
Sound and destined for Hnvvnlhm Isl
and ports is 'placed at 138,943. It lit-
TIDES SUN AND MOON
S 5 S p 'c1 S v
ITS s CS H - s
-2 1 J-ll 1
ii nt. p m. p m a m.
,1 .13 I 0 3 2U 9 Vh HI JO G I b
I K 20 3K 03., II. It CIO 59
t.V. 2 1 til I0 0S 13.1 (M0 6 IP
Ml 2 1 Ml I0W .t) BIO M0
03.V JO II.S-J 550 BIO MP
;u II 800 , 40,-. 6 11 Mf
S3.'. 17 11081 Its OJS Ml MS
Unit quarter ot Iho moon, Nov. IStli.
Temperatures. 0 n. lit 73; 8 a. in..
7i: in a. in., 7A; noon, 7G; morning
llarotneter, 8 a. in, 3(1 Oi; absolute
humidity, 8 n. in., 6.170 grains per cu
bic foot; relative humidity, S a. m
(II per cent; dew tiolnt, 8 a. m., !3.
Wind. 0 a. in., velocity 8, direction
H; 8 n. in., velocity 13, illtcctlon E;
10 a, in., velocity 10, direction E;
noon, velocity S, direction NE
Rnlnfnll during 24 hours ended 8
a. in., .01 inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 2C7 miles.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(Special ('a bio lo Merchants'
Friday, Nov. 10.
YOKOHAMA Arrived. Nov. 10: S. S
Chlo Mar u, hence Oct. .11.
S. S. Hllonlan, will dock nt Mntson
wharf Tuesday morning from Seattle
with l!)3.'i tons freight for Honolulu;
213 tons ror Knhulul; 324 tons ror
Port Allen; 310 tons ror Hllo and S
tons tor Knaiinpnll.
eludes tho following Items: 10 hhls
flour, 211 ctls barley, 4,200 lbs dried
fish, 1,700 lbs beans, 2Gfl cs canned
goods, 1,100 llis codfish, S00 lbs limns
mid bacon, 203 lbs cheese, 25 pkgs
potatoes, 2,400 lbs salt, 230 (lis dried
fruit, 023 cs kerosene, 209 drums nnd
100 cs gasoline, 333 bbls nnd 101 cs
distillate, 420 lbs tobacco, 1,1.00 lbs
seeds, II cs tusc, 100 tons rcitlllzcr.
American. Hawaiian Officer Killed.
Thomas Johnson, a boatswain In tho
Aincrlcan-Ilnwallan steamship Nova-
dan, nnd well known lo shipping men
it tho port or Honolulu Is reported to
hnvo met wth a fatal accident, on
October 3rd. vvlillo attending lo his
duties on board that vessel during a
severe storm. Johnson died thrco
d.iH afterward as a lcsult of his In
juries, sustained by being knocked
down liv n heavy bon. Tho deceased
had visited tho islands on a number
of occasions as an officer In tho Ame-ilean-IIawallau
service. Tho arrival
or tho Ncvadaii nt San Francisco
brought icports or much .wieckHgn
rcnttcied along tho const near Point
Tosca. A number or floating spars,
planks mid pieces or rigging were
sighted Indicating Hint some sailing
vessel had mndo Its Inst stand against
Andrew Wlch Hm Eight Paeiengere.
Captain Edwtird Kelly, master ot
the Andicvr Welch, will not bo a lime
ly navigator on his vo'vago from San
Francisco to tho Hawaiian Islands,
Tho well known wludJJinmer In bring
ing down n huge general cargo of
mcrrhnnillso .from tho Const and In
Iho small cabin space In that vessel
are eight passcngcis who nrn appai
enlly content in milking n leisurely
Journey lo the Islands. The Andrew
Welch under tho command of Skipper
Kelly has iichlovcd much popularity
with the fair sox us a ploaslng means
Ofairt Mcv-n ,,
FIRST SHIPMENT HERE NOV.
Thomas En Route Here Monday,
The United States Army transport
Thomas from Snn Francisco with a
large compliment of nrmy officers and
enlisted men Is cu routo to Honolulu,
tlttam nnd Manila, and Is expected
will arrive off the port sometime on
For thb first tlmo In over a year
tho United Slates Army trnnspirt
Thomas, rojuvenntcd at the expensu
of several hundred thousand dollats,
got outside the Golden (Into. After
her long stay out of commission Hie
Thomas Is In sen-going shapo again
nnd tho trip around the bay and out
side the harbor was mndo before sail
ing for tho Orient for the purposo of
testing tho compasses nnd other ap
pliances. A number of Army trans
port omclnls nnd tho engineers who
worked on tho reconstruction or tho
troopship made (ho cruise. Tho Tho
mas took tho November sailing to tho
Philippines nnd went out In command;
or Captain Stinson, senior navigator
or tho transK)rt service, who has been
enjoying a leavo or absence ror sov
Purser Jerome Back In Harness Again
Olil-llmc wntcrfronter8 or Honolulu
will recall Harry Jerome, fho veteran
purser in tho Pacific Mall China, who
was a regular visitor at tho port some
ten J cars ago and about this time
left tho scrvlco for a life ashoro. Jcr
omo has heard the call of the set
iigntn nnd Is reported 'will bo found
In tho purser's ofllre of tho Pacific
Mall Mongolia when that vessel ar
rives hero from San Francisco on or
about Monday moinlng. Jcronio was
tho first purser In the Siberia and or
Into has been engaged n Ihn aittomo
hllo business. Purser I.udvvlgscn who
has been a rnmlllnr flguro with tho
Mongolia lias left the Pacific Mall
Well-known Viiltor Channel Hands.
Tho schooner Ethel Znno which has
nindo frequent visits to Honolulu
bringing cargoes of lumber nnd ono
or the best known vessels on the
const, has been sold by tho Pacific
Shipping company to Caplnin T. P.
Don Is. The snlo was mndo through
Captain John II. Hinder.
INTELLIGENT WORK BY
SQUADS IS NEEDED NOW
Honolulu. November 10, 1911.
To the Editor; Sir In order to let
the public know what we citizens are
up ngnlust by letting the paid minions
of the Hoard of Health come on our
property and work their will, I make
(iso of your valuubla paper, with your
Yesterday at 1 p. in. n band of la
borers led by u marine enmo Into my
home. Only my wire nnd child were
home. They inado remarks about the
looks nf the plaeo which my wife re
sented, and she told those people they
ought tn be iisbamcd or themselves to
conic mid cut her trees down.
A Portuguese bad his eyes on a
spottul liaiiann. Ho came back litter
the crew bail roup, dug It up nnd tried
to put It Into his pocket. My wife
watched him nnd went for him. Well
she Knt the shoot mid the Portuguese
got what was coming to him. Now, If
things like that uro allowed tn go on
with the sanction of tho Hoard nf
Health, what protection havo vvn cot
against tin Ir agents who come In thn
iianip of the lnw and steal?
Thanking you for your kind atten
tion, I remain, very respectfully.
Eighth Avenue, Pnlolo.
A prima donna doesn't always lose
her temper when she goes up in the
CORRECT STYLES AND TRICES
MILTON & PARSONS
Opposite Young Hotel Phone 3088
vt nVfi . : f
Per O. S. 8. Sierra, from San Fran
cisco, Nov. 10: Frank Anderson, W.
II. Ilabcock, Mrs. Ilabcock, Miss Ilab
cock, Miss Ilabcock, O. Dnnkhead, J.
T. Ilnnnlck, Mrs. tlnmilck, J. E. Mak
er, Mrs, E. Ii Ilattcllo jnd 3 children,
Miss E'licl Ilatielle, E. Faxon lilshop,
Mrs. lilshop, Dr. Rupert Blue, Miss
Clara M. Ilium. W. YV. Hrunor, J. ly
3ron, Hoy Carman, Hon. dco. It. CaV
ter, Mrs. John Chalmers', Mrs. Joseph
Chalmers, Miss Agnes Chalmers, Miss
Elblo Chalmers, Master .loscpli Chal
mers, .1. P. Clapper, Wi J, Conroy, C.
V. Coon,'W J. Coulthnrd, Mrs. Coiill
hard, A. Coyne, Mrs. Coyne, Rev, P.
N. Cullcn, Mrs. Cullcii, Muster Cullcn,
O. C. Danicrcll, Mrs. Damcroll. Miss
Mjrah Drake, S. Decker. J. I). Dexter,
Mrs. Doxtcr, Miss Dil Hell, Mrs. M. A.
Dyer, F. A. Edgecombe Miss P. Ed
wards, II. W. Ehlers, W. It. Farrlng
ton. Mrs. Fnrrlngtno. A. T. Foster,
I). P. Foster, J. P. (lannon, Miss Nina
Gardiner, Mrs. J. I), (llbsou, Miss
Stella Cray, W. .1. Hartiing. Mrs. C.
Hnrklns nnd child, Mrs, J, C. Hender
son, IJ, K. Hendry, Win. Hendry, W.
R. Hughes, Mrs. Hughes and child, F.
Kurthlass, Mrs. R. Ioiing, Pert I si
Illnnc, A, Leonard, Mrs, Ionard, Ma
dame Lloyd, W. D. Lowell, C. C. Ld
slonc, Mrs. I.vdstone, (1. R. Ljon, Mrs.
Lon, J, H. McClcnn, N. McDonagh,
J. A. McEvvcn, Mrs. McEwen, Alfied
Magoon, Sr., Mss F. Matter, W. W.
Xlallory, Mrs. Mullory, Mrs. II. W.
Marvin and two children, Miss F. J
Mead, Unils Michael, Mrs. M. C. Mi
chael, L. E. Miller, J. T. Nolan, I). F.
Motley, Miss Allecn No(t, Miss O. Ob-
llngor, II. O'Dcll, Mrs. OT)e, Master
O'Dcll, M. Olmstead, Mrs. CO. Parsons.
Miss Mnry Pcgrano, Miss Plill. Phil
lips, F. A. Poller, Miss K. Rclley, Miss
R. Roberts, It, W. Robinson, Miss A.
Ronnbcrg, II. Ranch, J. M. Ruth, Mrs.
Ruth, O. Schmidt, Robert 8cott, I E.
Sclpt, Miss M. Scwnll, Mrs. D. Sell-
andcr, Flo Sherlock, Miss O. Sherlock,
Mis. Sherlock. II. SI. (Jonr. P. Slau-
hope, Mrs. Stanhope, Miss Temple, A.
H. It. Vlcrrn. C. E. Worn, Mrs. Warn,
Jns. Wakefield, Miss Margaret J. Wal
ker, Mrs. U. R. Webb. Miss Elizabeth
Webb, Master Robert Webb. J. A.
Werthon, Miss M. West, Miss 11. Wil
liams, C. II. Wilson. Mrs. Wilson, Miss
Louise Whipple. Wm. Woods.
Per P. M. S. S. Persia, from Hong
kong via Japan ports For Honolulu:
W. A. Ilcals, J. Llnilloy, Mrs. F.'Aokl,
T. Mlto, Mrs. Mlto, 0. J. Russol.
.Through: Chun Kat Yce, Chan Tut
Sam, Chew So .Tuck, Chun Yook
Tong. II. D. M. Collie, Mrs. II. D. M.
Colllo nnd Infant, Dr. Euimi Cninkes.
E. J. Forrer, Mrs. Ii J. Forrcr, Fu I.
Chin, A. C. Grimes, Paul Grimes, Miss
H. G. Grimes, Mrs. A. K. Hemming. fc
Mnstcr A. U. Hemming, Muster J. f
Hemming, How Sing, .low Ioy, King
Shu Liu, Kun Tsun luig, Mrs. C. II.
Lee, Mrs. E. C. Lc Miinyou and In
rnnt, Master G. U Lo Mimjon. Miss
G. MncGowu, Pao Klen 8wnnk-W. W.
Pipkin, Miss Elvn Robertson, Mrs. M.
M. nucha. Rev. A. R. Shfploy, P.
3tromme, Miss R. Ii M, Stunt, Mrs.
M. Wlckershnm. Mrs. A. 0. Woir. Chin
Kow Yen, J. Frcy, Mrs. L lloilo,
Mnstcr T. Horc, Mrs. J). E. Suther
land. A. Sthllsvvlnsky, Mrs. F. O.
Woir, Maslor F. O. Wolf.
"Jimmy" Rudden Again In the Lime,
Most over) ono who has to do with
shipping circles ' Honolulu or tho
legular Island ports knows "Jimmy"
Rudden. Captain "Jimmy" Rudden, i
who has been representing tho Call-fornla-Atlnntlc
Steamship Company, at
Itnlboa, returned to Snn Francisco on
I he steamer Navajo nflcr an absence
of nonrly two years. "Jimmy' wiib re
ceiving n hearty welcome from his
friends In shipping circles at the limn
of the Sierra's departure. For many
.venrs Rudden was with tho Pacific
Mall Company, being chief officer on
the Korea. Ho wns with Iho Mntson
Company beforo becoming connected
with Rates & Chpschrough,
i s I
Don't air your family skeleton. Keep
it In tho closet, where It belongs.
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14 Queen St.