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From 8an Franclscoi
N'lppon Muni, lloiiululnii. April 23
For San Francisco!
PirKlii, l.ttrllno April 10
lrom Vancouveri
cnlt.ii.lla April 2
Tor Voncouveri
Mi.rurh t April 2.1
Newspaper ipace would not be worth
much if it did not become the daily
companion and Informant of people
who are careful and economical buy
era To such people the advertising
columns of the tVENINQ BULLETIN
are personal news.
3:30 EDITION
Publicity Reaches Ffitable Patrons
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5213.
14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1912. 14 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
3!
HOPE
RUMOR DELEGATE
QUITS IS STRONG
It. c ii t t-l minora that DelcKi.to Kn- j
lilu hail mkIkiiiiI, iipuu ucilpt nf t'a j
hltil hews In Washington that tin? Itti
piihliciiii cuutciitluu hail name.! I'Ycur
iih u iti'l.'Ki.lc tu the- natiiuial cuiim.ii :
thui In I'ldcum.. furnished a shock to
pnlilh Inns mill liiiHlnchfi nun thl j
momlm?. j
'Iliii iiuuh connicted John (Milium j
lilnl 1 1 1 lli titipli.ii I. Desha iih men j
uliip li.ul ivveiud h uihlcurum to thin'
.ITict.
.Mr ("nlhiim thix nftirnoon snl.l hn
una lint Just tin ii In a position toiiiaKit
iinjtliliii; piililio, mill would noltlitT
iiiiiIIiiii nor ili nj the riiinur lhat sue.li
a cttlilcKiuui hail been rcc.lt.d
nth, is of Kulihi'M dose pirHoual
trluiiln Willi Mil niornliiK Unit while'
tin) ha! In mil of lln) iuuioih, lliry
knew of no huc.1. cuhltKiam nail ilonlit
i' I If I lie pih.ee hail r.slm.cd.
It l aillilltliil liy lli.ili). Iiutlft.-I.
tlril a rcslKiiulloii 1 1; Ilic pi hue would
mil ho Mi'.itl) Hiuprlxliih', hi tlew of
the fuel th.it llif l'Yu.r I.1MKUU fences
hail HUicinl.il In ptiltliiK I r'.ir on tnu
ihh-BHlloii iiloiih- with Ui.lihi. wIiimm-
il.iirK.i. iiKMlnit lYi.u'H 111ll11l1.l1t11.tl01.
luiM- Ihcii lakui up in WuHliliiiitnii
llnro an- iiIko rumors of wirlom
.nliUiirnuiH mnt or In h notit "
I'lllH'i' ' 1
"I xlinil nihil- Kithlo that ho hIioi.Iu
leslKit," H..I.I V. U. AU.I this morn.. .,.,, ,, ,,,,, ,m,. , thn T,rrtry " '"" "" lr l""l"'" "'"'r
li.K "Hii.-li w.iik iih tli.it at tlu- t.-.'ii-l,llB rioiitai;.- of J.iu f..l on Until "' "' "'l "B "'"'' purpoi.-i-ntln
loliriliiy U tnu much K11I1I0 ,K.r,.. . ,,,. rillls 1.,.,.. n.i.Vi.tli., ills. '" to K.ffln .-x.ul .0111. ption of Ih.r
jK.iil.l rcHlipj. mul J Jiv lmvo mil It" '
On thtiotlivi hni.il. .inn of thn prliuVH
p rmiml frli'inu. wiiinioiua 1111 nim-iiu
iiiikltltiii, Ih iTcillli'd w llll tin. stati
on nt that lie wonul urK" Kulilo nut
In rCHlEI.
Tim riimorH an- ilp.tili-tlmr In htisl-
m-in men 'I lie- rc-Kljtii illmi of l'rlncn
K'l.hlo. IiimiUIiik that of his HiMictary.
li.niKi- Mi K XIcCMIiii at IIiIh crll
li.il iioli.t In Hiiuar tm Iff revision inn-
.inlhiKH iMH.hl. It Is rnti-lili ri'd ! I"--
niilli.rlt iliKtri'HHini; to Hawaiian
ti ii sts
rl
u
W. G. HALL IS
(SMd ii Itu lit I I ii Win 1. an.)
l.lUl'i;, Kiui.il Apr It; Lum Tin,
picuiinl mi Ihi' Mi'iuiipr W i Hull.
wai dr.. wind at o'cloi k this inon.li.K
while K.ith. rli.K opilil near Ahuklul
liiiidliiK Tlie Iui.lt wi.h i tin .1 and
will pio'Mhly he si ut to Honolulu hy
Hie Hteaiuei this iiftei linnn
SUGAR
KAN ritA.SVIKi'O. Cal
Ii III'. .1. ,r, . . u.l... J . 1.
Apr 10
1-iet Ioiih
.".'i n
limitation t iih ' ., 11, its S8 amilsiHt
i.-.s t,l . .'..iriit" 4 s, 1-ietioiiH i.uolii-
ti,,, ris pi
L
(.
An aitr. -s a prominent l.os Aiik-I-h
phtHlel.iu. a weildlmt that partook of
the .inline of an elopi lm nt. a t)ai;n
on the I'l.cltle .Mall linn MihikhII.i
Hiilh are the . leiueiiU ol a rum men ill
which llouo lulu Ih unit IlKnrlin,' iih one
nt till Ml'cueH
ll the .Moiik-olla (Ills moriiluK theiu
in i it ..1 Dr. and Mrs Thomas II Tie. .1
ol I.om AukiIi'S Until IVhnmij I'll
liiHt .Mih Trie n wiih XIIsh Helen.- Sul
lltiiu. fur tome y.ars a mnuhcr of
the IlelaHc. stock couip.iuy of l.os An
Kilns It wiih Miss Kiillltan who c ri
al nl the p.rt of "Diana I... rued in
the iiiIkIii.iI production of Ith hard U ni
SAFES
H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd.
MnRCHANT AND ALAKCA PHONE 2648
Site For
Armory Is
Returned
The cl a 111 Mied lot' has been le-Mori-il
to the liirlliiij I) I lie I'oil
ual K't eminent, anil the promise of
I'lcshlcnt 'I'm a, then Keiiitui) of War,
mutlc t Ik lit onrH iii;o. tlnallt fill f 111
n T,M n,.i,onn! iiohh w.ih lo.itain
(ll i cxwuthi- uiilcr of tin- 1-rt-al-
,, , t lt,x,,i t National (luutil I11111I-
jii.irl. - rH thin iimiiiiiiK. I-Iiiiih for thu
., (hut Is to w luillt mi tin- l.illil
ulll lm 101111.111n.il nt unit-, iiml on
July I of this )i-ar llllll.llUi) will ho
.....it,,!.!.. i..r ..1,1. .11,,., 1
i,,c,. to II. rtt.inln, Jth it 'iHiiiliati
,nv- u ,,,11, liri! iiikIi for m.
ii,.t.i)ali- aniioi).
WI.IIl- thoMi- lutcri-Htcil la mllltl.i uf-
falrn htti- hiii' hi-c'ii worklui; hard for
this li'KlHlatlon, lliial iTt-iilt Is ihu- to
(li'iiual .Maioinh. wliiisc Httoni; ri'ioin-
1111 iiilatinii tii.it tin lot he- kI.ii li.itk
Will Ollt I Ollljlt H.ltill.l h tc h.ii.c, ti
ll ill el... hnl tin- .....Iter
'I In- lot 111111 In- iikimI for armory
put post h aliitii-, liowi-vir. ..nil on Ij
t :ii Ih kUui fur tin t Mtiplt (Inn of tin
wotk tin ( lnslnt; nii'thm uf tho rn M-
l llt'X llllIlT In uk iih follouH
I'ruxlikil. that If the
of (lie lt.nrmlM I.itf I
i.i ....Pii..
nnt iillllcil
I... II... . i.nul. ... t !.. ,-r ,i utlltill..
l.'l ipr iii.ini.lli l.o.i hi n niiiiniii
n Wltlllll twite inollll.H lifter the
.1. f this ...il.r or If at an. tl.na
Ih. u.ifl.r It Hhiill enasn to he used for
Hi. purpose of an niiimrt site for the
o.Haui1,1 uilllll.. of the T.irllory nt
Hawaii, th. n this mil, r shall hecotue
hioi.iatli and the laml Hh.tll he re-
M.n.sl to the use of the t'nlt.il Sli.teH " .
tl tt It :: ti II tl it :t It :: St t: t: It tt It
COOKE SPEAKS FOn It
HARMONY IN PARTY, tt'
:: tt
"I linnn Hint now that Ihn con tt
.. .. t .. . . . ..
ii tention ih nt or. mo Hptrti 01 nnr- jj
tt niony will pietnll and lite Hepuh- tt
tt llcan partt fnrK.'t li.iHt ilKTt-renr-
tt eh nml remomher Iho cainpnlKti
tt wo hnte mill before mi. There
tt aro lilKttcr HiIiikh than thin con
tt tent Ion In ho faced. I hope very
tt sincerely thai those who won-and
tt llioso who lost will K(-t toKelher
tt now for the Republican party" - tt
tt I I' l (Hike, proHldetit 'Infl ttl
.... - :..... ...
a i.eaiiue, c.immeii.ii.K on jes.or- n
diit's conteiilloli tt
t:tt tt tt ttntttttttt titt:t:tttt:n
))
ton Tolls 's Ilaui. Il.in phi) "The llird
of I-.uadist" now an Hasteni hciih.i
tliill Th. lr tte.ldlm; ttt.H u (Ukt one, and
II'h sill. I thue WIIH no leasoil wllllteter
whs lht should have Hllpped away
fio.ii l.os At.K.h'K to K. nta Ana to ho
man hd except the tery ko.h1 reuH.H.
that It wiih th. Ii o.tu IiuhIiuhh and
th. t pi i f. mil it ko
Miss Hiilllinn was iniirled under
hi r pi It ale life i.ame of Mn.y II
KiimiuiiH Tlie) rehuu.d to l.os Au-
K..I.-H anil th. re went tlulr ttayn iih If
no i'i reniiins hid occuri.d, ami It was
not until A pi II t lhat the Htory leak.. I
out
HONEYMOON WAILUKO
MORE
Fisher Is
Soon
To
Come
-H
V -J- ! -J- ! ; -1- !
OrTinu, niMnnmiox
of nsiii:ns mum: 111:111:.
T lint Sec. clary Fisher Id com-
luir to Hawaii to Inti'stlpito Gov-
..rm.r Primr-a ... Iiiilnlalr.itl.nl ,,u
tin. result of Duli-LMtii KuiJiH-g
. ch.trneH. waH tlm iich carried hy
1 tho Associated Press from Wash-
I 4- liiKlnti 1111 April The cmnlnK of
1 III.. .Seototury In rcBarde.l us til.-
I. . .
' mtltiti'lj iiRHiin-iI. mill th IUH- :,',.'" " - ..."..
loth.-H Hpucial cirr.-Hp.i.idi.n-(. l'PhlU'aii" 111..I D-niooiatM cm, mum
f 1 W1iHl.lnKt.1n. l.lrli has '" " a""VT V." ' " J' '"
I....-U KltliiKllilH rr months. ""',' ""' f"""" ''"; """
! Ih tillr.i.f.l hy ullkltl Ht.it..- l''' cm lllloi. iintlil..,; l...tev.i
.......IB fr...,. u... wi.it.- 11....H0 ,i"",,,,,,,,1t;""r,",",;H1 . n- .. r . ,
... a' Tin- ihath of Senator Talor h is fur-
.J. .;. .j. .;. . .;. . .;....:... .;. 1 ""'r "'r"1 " r'"'' " Kr IikIkIi-
Itlon .ntlrl out of tin qiH-Htloii Hi
DV O O M DCDT l.h-.ith roinoi-tl on- oti- froiii tin' IJeni
(fiMti..l lit. I In tin (iirrfjilsiiiil..i(s'
WAHIIIXirroN. I) f. Apr 0 Hw
nlnrj I'Ulii'i- h..H frnmi-il up 11 pl.in
lo hrli.K DfhKat.' Kal.111l.111.10lu mid
(li)Mnn.i l.'ivar tiiKVllii'r ami I1.1M1 llnin
nntiiuoiilstlc Mnnn In ri'K.lr.l
ail-
ministration of thn laml lawn in Ha
waii. '
1 A pnsltlvn mni.iulH'inn lit h..H Just
henii u.'.ilu to tin- ll.illntlii ciirri--Hpoiiili'iit
lij S.'i'i.lary I'lslii r Hut lm
will posltlvil) lslt Hawaii Hi- has
1 iiect-ilisi to l-it-slih nt 'I'afl'H Inslstciici.
illmi w ,i ...iix.im. ..... ju.,,.1.,. , ,
I Al inn sain i. inn.' in.' rerniar suu.
he woiilil not ko to Hawaii until licit'
Kate K.ilani m.ioln r. l.tritH If tin re
niiilii
in in tHitll Ihn tlii.il adjourn
ment of ('oiikii'h lm will then t!" ulth
him In llonnlulii. If Hie DiliKiitn
Hlio.llil in l. rn.inn in main in mm ini-
Journmci.t the Secritarj will Irj it ml
arrai.Kn .lis iin.irs nun uc'coiiiii.iny
ii ., i i t
"" 'r ""' ' " "" ...i-. "
." r""1""' V"'" ""' '""I"', Vf ""
r,'HM l""' ,",n 'oncludeil 1 lie lute-
' '"r Ih'Pa'lm''"' I" much Interest.. I In
Mlll" p n.lh.B IiIIIh ami the Sicietary
,"'""" '""" ' " '" '"" "
n Hi
tnn.isures hue . Ith, i l.c.ii piiawi! or
"'" " ,
""' neconcile Them.
H''' r,'"""y l'H"r "'''' '"' """ ,"mI"
tlM'ly .litilllllm.l to lirl.li: IHIckiIK'
Kill inlumiole and (ioMruor I'reur face
I tt i,w.i III lllllWlllllll . I till lull ll I 111 111
.....,. ..,,." ' . ... ,,...'..
,ll llll llllll Ul'lllrlrl llll-ll llllll-l ( lit -(
,,,. ,.iU...M ,,.,. ... i, uenMuiiiisliei
t li:i t way than hf any otlnr iii.i.iih
tt win make u .ninpl. lo lour nf the
tt islanils nml iihc. rtaln at llrst hand Just
tt what Is iifcvswaiy for their In II, run nt;
tt.Hu .IohIioh lo I. am eTlHtlmx eondlthuiH
iti.i..l he in a position in recommend
tt, hiic Ii lemedlal legislation nest wittier
tt.'.H will prove P. m tlel.tl ami Hiillxfac-
lory to Hie p.o.le of Hawaii
Keu.taii lislnr .onllniieH h.ipful
..'...I.... i.,.. ... , .....,..-
". .,, ... m, !,,, .,. ouui-
"" h.tween the D.leiMte and (lot-
rnor I rear lie do
i not think thlH
can he athlete, I her.
hut Ih tutliiK .in
the Hiippusltlou that In n three corn, r
..I coi.feren. h tin iiiuieahlo nrraiiKe
ueut cull lie ffccle.l,
(Continued on Page 41
GIRLS
WIN AFTER
TIE
(Fimclnl llll I let In Wlrcl.Ha)
WAII.IIKt). .Maul. Air 111 Tim ti
ll il Iniski thall umiie h. ttteeii the W'li
llukii team nml the Kirls front St 'Au
diett'H l'rlory, uf llonoli.lii, ila)ul hint
uilllll, lesultnl la mi exiitliiK tie, tin.
score Ii. iiiK .'1 lo 11 when time w.ih
up The I'i lory t.aiu lust two points
when Miss llll.lu I'hllllnuttorlh, ref
ine, ilt.lar.d u foul, ami lp spite of
a piotnst ii) the Honolulu captain, thin
iuIIuk stood In the pk.y-olf, Wi.llukii
Miunl two points i. ml won
ltlt.li was soon foriiott.u h. the
laucn that fnll(HM'il the mime Tlie
I'rioi) KlrlH me ot.d hen- In he Hut
lln, 'St. fairest nml truest spuria that
etir tlalti'd Muul
Brsstow's
Plan For
Tariff
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Hnecl.l 11 ii lift In Corr'MNnnlcno
WASHINGTON, D. Api C The
opponents of free HURiir In t lia- K.nutn
hate wisely tnkin udtniitiiKo of tin'
llclH'tltH llerltO.I frolll lielllK llrKl Oil
tlii- iMltli-KrouiiJ iiihI an- bit lint In
,",J.ck '"i"'""" '" "tiwn.tt.it 1..1. r.,r tie
nM , ' nV ""''" of ' "" J,,f""l"
l'U'" ol,'"rly, l'"',,H '- l'"l"h-sH
"", "' I" " f.-.l l.-K Is ..Hon ,,t thin
idhlnil iif MllHlflilldil Tll llriLtltiiuall ja
net 11 tic Hih' The- (Inuriior of Tfiim-H
'sit Is 11 Itep.ihllcmi nml naturally m-
Ici'lcil nlli- of Ills faltl. iih HlU'ci'Snor lo
I (Continued on Page 3)
DOLE'S -SPEECH FOR SECRET
BALLOT IS DRAMATIC CLIMAX
IVclornl .I.hU;p Hnnforil II I1oh)
,,!(, hrh-f HiM-crl. at ll.. Ilcp.ihll
. ,...,, ,......., n
cult Tcrrltnrinl I niiciilinii ).-Hler.li.y
afternoon that will murk for those
present the most dramatic moment In
n hchhIiui packed with hciihiiIIuii, mid
with nl her FfiiHittlniis ready to ho'
Hpriini;.
It was when the final vol.. wns Ink
on mi tl.o .pieictloii .if an ovu or t
el lit II I III f
ni'l .huhii. hm. I . ui.,.1. ....... uicme .......
llH Hont "",l nf,"'' " 'uw """ ."' "
pliutnlioll oled for tin. wtTet hnllot
Colin; , lire, th tiKnltiHt I lie faction wllh
whui.i lit, lm, I toln.l till dny lotiK, ItlH
Imwiimii. nHHiinie.i HiiiruiiiK Himiiu
,,itn,.. He lie. hired I hat liu had lienr.l
ll.li.KH .lm Iiik the convention lhat
raised the .iui-hIIoii of whether or not
ilelc'KalPB piCHetit were VollllB llllder
,.,.r, l,,n Hn look l,ls Htnn.l for n h.v.
,,., i,n, i lir.iP , aur.. n...... .,.
clepciuleiico of union
Ah Iho lull. Hohlietllko lltpirn-or die
teleian lltittalliin Jurist anil leader In
I'hhllc nffalrH tliiniiitli tnniiy trouhloiiH
times aroKo ami strnliiliteneil, thn
noisy contention hall ttn stilled lo
nbsohitn hIIciico Ah IiIh inensiirc-.l
ttords, .pilot lull emiliallc, Kiitinded
Ihioiich Iho aiiililorliini, tl.o hIIimko
cohtlhttcd, hrnketi at last h repealed
elncTH from Iho Kiil.loTafl forcoH
when IiIh tiioanli.K he. ami, clear And
.. . ..
viht-m iii.tr. on. j.ki.iii w.ieu ue tuoic
IiIh deal.
U-ndorH on tl.o other Hhlo Hat
Htiinncil and nniiphiHKed A fedotal
Jitdtte, nil ollklnl of tho United Htntt-H,
had hto.ie.ht uiiu.lHlal.nhly before tlim
Iho iehtloii of coetclon ot delcKnlos.
.IiiiIko llnhi'H Hpeech will rotnaln tho
mtproniel) dramatic point of tho con
volition.
"It wiih tho custom In Iho old U'i:
PRIMO PALE
SURVIVE
TERRIBLE DEATH-ROLL
IS NOW GROWING FAST
HALIFAX, N. S., April 16. The steamers Virrjinian and Parisian have w'relessed that
they have no Titanic survivors aboard.
Major Archie Butt, military aide to the President, and Astor arc missing.
HALIFAX, N. S., April 16. The Wh"te Star officials today gave out statements say--ing
that 866 neoplc. mostly women and children, are on hoard the Carpathia, rescued from
the Titanic. The number of t lose unaccounted for is now 1617.
The cablcship Minia is reported to have sighted wreckage. No boats or rafts have
been found.
Steamers arc cruising near the scene of the wreck, but most have abandoned hope of
rescue and continued their voyages.
Mrs. Astor, Mrs. Isidor Strauss, wfc of the multi-millionaire, and Mrs. Jacciues Futrel
le, wite of the author, survive.
J. B. Thayer, president of the Pennsylvania railway, is unaccounted for.
Two revenue cutters have been dispatched lo meet the Carpathia on her approach
to Long Island, where she is due Thursday morning.
The Virginian, which arrived at the scene too late to help In the rescue, has proceeded -eastward.
Resolutions of sympathy by the parliaments of the world are being received.
The loss is now estimated at $2,100,000.
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n:m:iiw, .irimi: s. it. noi.i:
IhIuIiiich.
Htild .I.i.Iro Dole "fur mem
: : v. .
hern lo Ket up and explain their VoteH "' "' nii.'iiiooii huc et u.u.ei cue ci.c
nmi i tlilnlc Hint thlx would ho a ,.ry.tlmi 'TaRRoiiKor In IrotiH." which went
,,i,i .,r..r.iti...i in rniinw t ti,.. iir....ou to ulnto lhat. arcordltiK to n win-
out liiKtnuco hefnro this convention.
"II wan mj lili-u when I cnino hern'Zaiio, a pnHHetiKcr on board Iho Wll
to HiIh contention an n deleKalo t lint i helmlnii, had been plated In Iron..
tho proper co.irHO to adopt wiih the' tnlnbehavlor belliK nllcKed.
open ballot. If H.Ih courno In follim-l lli'iilr iniulo nt Iho olllco of I'iihiIc
oil, ihon II tnoniiH that Iho cohhIIIii. - I'ooko. Iho local ntsenlH for the Mm
t.tlts nr liiformpil an lo how their del n steamer, and from Purser t'lmrh-H
(Continued on Page 4) Drew of tin,. Wllhclminn Indicate that
Brewed by Hartwig Harders,
A Master Brewer and Chemist
Have a Case at Home
. (Sh-cIi.I 111. Met In Oble ) ,
I NEW YORK, N. Y., April 16. The fact that the steamer
Parisian is proceeding to Halifax instead of to Philadelphia,
her destination, is hoped to indicate that she has survivors of
the Titanic disaster aboard. She will probably communicate
with Sable Island tonight. The Virg'ninn and the Olympic
tare eastbound.
I Dr. Washington Dodge of San Francisco, is missing. Mrs.
uuuyu cinu mi: iciiniiy iii u ciuuaru nit- uai paiiiiii.
The wreck occurred in latitude 41 -16 and longitude 50-14
LONDON, Eng., April 16. Alexander Carlisle, desinner of .
i the Titanic, says the s!de of the
.off by the iceberg, otherwise she
The Strausses had not intended to take tho Titanic to
America. They caught the boat at the last minute.
SILLY JOKE VICTIMIZE
ZANE, Oi WILHELMINA
It It Zano, a hlRltly roHpocted outu; Zano wiih tho Innocint vlcllm of a
man. a resident of a I'ticllic t'o.iHt tlty fool JoUti Haiti lo ho perpotralud hy a
and it passenger In the Mai son Natl
..n...... ....... it'....... ........ UI...U....
h.llll.,1 lltll ) ,, It, IV,, ill,.... mi-iin
anhoro from that tonsel on arrital IIiIh
mornliiKly only ho confronted with
a repeated declaration that ho wan
I llHieu HH u ueHiietiiio cinu .......
j am, wiih a tl.oioiiKhly rllel Inditld
ttal when ho wan nliottii a Kcarc-hcad-
lined Htory plned up on tho Unit paite
.. .
Ii'hh ineHHaco froin Iho Wlll.eln.in.i, II
vessel must have been torn
would not have sunk.
f.ll.iu passenger who canto down to
II..,. ..toll. ... I..I.. .... ...... u..n.... .....I.
....... . i.ina- . ,irn.i.i.. ntJin,
Cnhekniittii to 'into, a man hy tho
name of Hull Ih said to have tiled a
wireicHH incHHaw wllh Operator Fran-
kel on Sundat in which false and dam
ailliii; HtntomeutH tiKnlnst tho charac
ler of Iho iiusuHpuctlnt: pasHt-ncer
ttero set forth Tho wlroloflB was ev
Idenlls lecelted hero In Rood faltl.
mid piihllHhed broadcast It. a local pa
per. The receipt of tho alarinliiK mc-H-'
sill!.' drew set oral ropresohtathcH ofV
the I'ollie Depnitment lo Iho Ilackfehl
wharf this inornltiK lo neciU'o their
"prlMincr "
MmuiKer John Diett ot tho shipping
ileparluient of t'asllo it Cooko Immo
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