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YDAY! . ,
Iliiuiill.ui lltlril iWrcV. A i
Ilnwatl.iu Flrit Hi'gnr.
Oicmlr llilrd Hemic
ll vliltlii miBDrs ol ta
rder re cordially Invited to
lUeni meetlnrs of local lejgei
1 BE MOVED BY MOVERS
CITY TRAN3FER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
(Additional Shipping on Pago S)
licet on the
i-'ifil ii;id S tli
at K. 1'. Hull
7:30 P. JI.
Mil. UcMM.l'.l I.OIMJi:, 0. 8,
h. (if P. . ,
Meets every 2ml and 4th. Satur
il oMinns at 7.30 o'clock In
K of. I' Hall, cor. Fort, and
Ucictanla. Visiting brothers
cordlall) Invited to attend.
A !'. OKRTZ. . C.
V. I KILDKV, K. 11. S.
uo.Mii.ii.r Lttntii:, me, it. p. o. i:
v Honolulu Ladgo N
yt n p n !-". in
W their hall, on Kli
E'3 near Tort, every
Honolulu Ladgo No. Gin,
I'ort. every Friday
ovenlng Visiting Uroth-
crs lire cordially luvltod
a r Muiti'in n it.
II li'WrtlHili Sec.
OAIIU I.OIKii: M). 1, K. of P.
Meets every llrbt and third I'rl-
I day lit 7 HO o'clock, J'jthlan
I Hall, corner Iterctnnlji and
Fort streots. VUitlns brothers
cordially United to attend.
S. DKC'KUR. C. C
0. IIUINE, K. of JL & S. ,
HAWAIIA.N lllllli: M). 1, I. 0. It. JI.
Meets every first and third
Tuesday of each month in
Fraternity Hall. I. O. O. K.
building VI'), tins brothers
cordially Inlted to attend
HENRY A ASCII, Sachem
LOl'IS A PERRY, C. of ri
iioxomi.u .i:iiii:iiorv. ii t,
-iSVJr, Meets mi second and .fourth
jiv Wednesday evening0 of' each
,ff& mouth nt 7 ! -o'clock. In
K cf I Hall, corner Fort
and Ileretanln Visiting brothers are
touted to attend , ' . )
WM. JONES, W. P.
J W ASCII. Secy.
iio.Noi.n.ir i.oixii: Ml. SOO,
I.. 0. 0. 31,
will meet in Odd Follows" building,
Fort street, near King every Friday
evening at 7 so o clock. ,'Z ,.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
to attend .
AMI1H0SE ' J5 vVlUTZf" Delator, f
ii. a. j.wiui&u.ii fcocrciaryj
Importer Fort St
MILTON &. PARSONS
... . Panthoon Blda.
PHONC 3088 FORT STREET
THE VERY LATEST IDEA8 IN
' Miss Power,
Millinery Parlore, Boiton Block
Received ex Lurline, the very latest
In WHITE SERGE TAILORED
SUITS) alto LINGERIE and LINEN
TAILORED SUITS. Now on display.
66-67-63 VOUNG BUILQINQ
HIGH . CLASS MILLINER.Y
Club Stable) Block
MRS. E. F. DAVIS. Proprietor
1027 NUUANU STREET
& Up-to-date Millinery and Men's Hata
IG JAPANESE LINERS WILL
MEET AT PACIFIC CROSS-ROADS
Shinyo Maru Was Center of Interest to Manilans on Her Init
ial Visit to That Port Tenyo Will Go to Hackfeltl Whan
There to Take on Oil Maui Returned With Sugar Zca
lanclia Sailed for Antipodes at Witching Hour.
I'ho tonnage nt the port of Honolulu another for (he steerage passengers
mil he Increased to the tunc of 20,000 nnd the main gangway assigned for
gross on TucMdny with the. arrival bf the use of tho cabin passengers anil
'ho Toin Kisrn Kalsha Tcnyo Maru. visitors,
from Bait I'mncltlco and the Stilnjo
Mary from Manila via Kongkong ami
Japan ports. '.
Those IcVI.atlmnH of the deep nro.o.v
Tho scene nt tho dcparluro of Iho
Wilhelmlna was one that will tint soon
l'p forgotten, Honlne. of locnl moving
pjctino fame, lias perpetuated thq
T " ':;"W":S vm.H..H ' - ' eveNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, THURSDAY, APR. 23, 1912. ' ' 1
BT m.'i)f- : mw. I ill nilltii I I i "fl"" 'f 'i i T 1.IIIHI .Plil
Hi'1 rr -,
Hr. " ' I WHCNY0UWANTTO TIDES SUN AND MOON f DDflTCQT
W&:r Wllnnnln lAmn n KH m .- B M PI I B
ETt' IHIOUll L JCIIUJIt HI H
I a HII IVh r
BR aH v IH Bf v t
TIDES SUN AND MOON
3 e ? s I
Fa ffi D
ti.tn. n in ji in
T I 13 I! 4.10 T..K
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LSI I'M tM A.30
ODDS AND ENDS
AT THE PORT
First" quarter of the union
Much activity Is reported In
s-T8, Tho Hall, from Kauai ports, has ills
3i charged flvo lliousnnd sneks sugar,
t Uic consluiuiientn nf Hiiirnr nnnll
'y.Bhlpmenl nt Mnknnutl. Mollrydc nnd
April S3.JI.lhuo plantation warehouses on Kn-
iliiiil. according to-Iato reports received
The morning paper 8agofy Intimates
that (enty-thrco passengers bioiigbt
to this port In tho Hrltlsh steamer Ma
rnmn mny no ugniriiiiy termed "a
quantity of Australian productn."
Thrco tbroimh nnsscngcrs in tho
Ililtlsh slcntnslilp Marnmn, en route to
Temperature (5 n in., 70; R a in ,
71; 10 a in.. 7f; noon, 78; minimum
last night. CG.
Wind B II. 111.. elOCltV 12. direction' fhn Colonies, lint! n ntoan n.ill rrnni 1...
K J S am., velocity 18. dlrcitlon N. 11 Ug lejt behind with tho departure of
iy a. m., vciocny in, iiiictuun -., timi vessel snorliy ailcr 3 o clock jes
noon, velocity 12, direction II Itei4ay afternoon.
Total wind tno?mcnt for past 24 Federal Immlgrnllon Inspector llaf-
hoiirii, :i.i9 inltcn, ry Urnnnjian the measles, prnsunlnbly
Ilaromctcr at 8 a. in. 30 20; (low mnirnrin.i wi,ii. niiA,,.unn t.. n.
point -it 8 a. in., fill, relative humidity,, )11SS,1K or fecied Immigrants
S ii in , 02; absolute humidity, 8 a. m , rtiRlit to tho port In tho Hrltlsh
Total riilnrall during past 21 hours,
fie tfil to appear oft the harbor at1 a spectacular hailing of tho Matson liner
wirlj hour lu the morning, tho Tonyo with its human freight, Including n
to lierth nt Ilnckfcld wharf, whero slK,very livn bunch of Hhrlners. Captain
hundred tons fuel oil will bo pumped Peter Johnson on the bridge with n
aboard during the brier stay In port, red foz sitting jauntily ntop his head,
Tho Shliiiu will conic alongside Ala-1 made a dl8ltif,t hit.
lieu Mharf apd n largp Oriental cargo! fa
IS Iti be illriclntreeil linforo tlilq liner! "Frpvhoat" Sierra Nearlna Part.
resumes tho yoyago to the mainland. I I'lo hundred miles otT tho port bf
Tho Shluyo Maru paid her InlUal'Ilouoliilii at 8 o clock last night Ihii
isit to the port of Manila on the lat'old reliable Han Frnnclsco ferryboat
nage. The arrhul of the big ste,-im- Sierra should airlo off tho harbor nt
ship proved the Incentive for a horlcs'daj light tomorrow mnrnltig, according
of entertainments In whhli her olTI- to tho calcilatlons of wntcrfronters
cers and the representative citizens who for months jiasl have ncqulrcd
and buslnessiiicu of die Pearl of tho tho habit of setting their timepieces
Orient participated. Thousands of Ma- by the appearance of .tho liner at tho
nllii people were accorded tho prlvl- Oceanic wharf.
VESSELS TO AND
. FROM JHE ISLANDS
' (Special' Cable to .Merchants'
The Sierra Is expected to bring 68
cabin and 2 steerago passengers. Mall
for local distribution amounting to 17f
sacks Is to arrive. The cargo of 2271
tons Includes general merchandise and
supplies consigned lo local importers.
Eparkn from' the Wireless. '
Wireless' messages Were received
last evening from steamers' both pro
ceeding to a'nd from tho Islands as fol
lows: O. S. S. Sierra, en route from San
rrnnelsco to Honolulu, April 21, 8 p.
m. 500 miles from Honolulu, bringing
G8 cabin passengers,-125 sacks of mall
nnd 51 packages of express.
M. N. H. S Wllliclmlmi. rn roulo
from Honolulu to Snu Francisco, Apr.
21, 8 p in. 128 miles from Honolulu,
fair, cast northeast winds, bca moder
ate, weather line, all well.
Tho following wireless message has
been recolrtU from the Oceanic S. 8.
Co. Sierra, bound for Honolulu from
S. S. Sierra, nt sea. April. i!lth, 8 p.
in. 500 miles from port; 68 cabin pas
sengers. 2 steerago nossciiKcrs. 2274
tons general cargo for Honolulu; 175
sacks mall lor Honolulu, will arrive
early tomorrow morning, April 26th,
nnd dock nt tho Oi panic wharf, foot of
lego of roaming tho decks lit Iho
Meamer, and making n general In-
hpectloti of tho handsome liner, overy
facility being iifTorded tho visitors to
see for themselves what tho vessel has
lo offer In the way of comfortB for tho
The Tenjo Is. understood to ho
bringing down a later mainland mall.
A fovv layover passengers may dccldo
lo brink their Journey to ttic Orient
at this port.
Rush Work on the Honolulan.
There Is no time being wasted .In
getting out nearly three thousand lens
general cargo from the capacious 1)01(1,8
oi mo .MaiMin Navigation steamer no
t'oliilan. This vessel Is oxrocted tn
ho despatched for Kahtilut this even
iug. At (ho Maul port sonic 400 'tons
freight are to he discharged and the
Honolulan will be supplied with
quantity of sugar.
I'ho present Intention Is that tho
vessol return to Honolulu not later
than Mondn morning and at this port
the remainder of the lull sugar ship
ment will lie received.
Tho Honolulu!! will bo disiinlcbed
lor Snu I'raucisco at 10 o'clock next
Wodncsdaj morning, taking mnll and
n fair list of cabin passengers.
No opium wns round on board the
liner following a completo and care-
lul senrch made on board that vessel
by I'cdcral olUclals this morning.
Zealandla Needs Drydocking.
Tho Canadian-Australian liner Zea
landla, from Victoria and Vancouver.
rtrrlvcd at Alakea wharf shortly before,'
10 flfl n'rlnpV Inul nldif ti.irl unu .In!
-- ..- .. u.w.. ..,. ....... ...... ...... Mu-
Eiiatched at daybreak for Australian
iiOrls. Tho Zealandla J Is Id J need of
drydocking and a cleaning In order
that tho c3sol may mako better time.
ami itialnlalt) tho prosoht schedule
The vetscl brought thirty passon'
gets in tho various classes who left
tho vessel at Honolulu.
Tho freight list comprised llquoVs,
drums or codfish nnd a small quantity
ino steniucr carries in transit n
fair list nf cabin and second-class pas
sengers. A small northwest mail wns
Her oflkers report having met Inlr
weather on tho wny down from tho
Sound, I'ho vessel salted one day
Into from Hrltlsh Columbia ports.
To Investigate Safety Appliances.
The prediction Is mado that 1m
provements In safety appliances may
follow the Investigation to bo pursued
by I-;. I). Tennoy or Castlo & Cooke
who Is an official In tho Matson Nnvl
gallon lino. Mr. Tenner Is quoted as
stating that tho present laws nro in
adequate In their application to pres
ent-day shipping. Ho is credited as
favoring tho liistallallnn of the Paul
son wireless system wherehy mes
sages may ho registered desplto tho
absence of tho operator. With tho
receipt or icportH anout (ho Titanic
tragedy, Mr. Tennoy proposes to con
iuct a, general Inspection of Matsgn
steamers wnu a viovv oi octioriug con
illtlonii thereon If possible.
Crowd Was Well Handled.
AIui.li favorable, (.omiiicnl has today
liet'ii furthcoming from shppliignicn
anil others who havo to do with the
m rival and departure of Uans-t'acllle
steamers at the port over the excep
tional manner lu which a ciowd total
ing nearly ono thousand pooplo was
handled at Uio sailing of the Matson
liner Wllliolmlna from llnckleld
whart. Desplto tho Immense, throng
of vlsllors at tho wharf, thcro was not
the slightest dlRlcuIty experienced by
passengers In gaining the deck of tho
Threo largo gangways woro nrovld
cd over which passed tho slovodnros.l l.terrlhlng In the printing line
with heavy baggago, malls and stores, II u 1 1 o 1 1 u, Alakea direct.
After a long courtship amid the
langorous balm of Hawaii's weather
Itobert McKlm. tho well known and
jiopular actor, Is to be married tonight
to Dorcas Mathews, tho equally well
known and popular (Ittlo actress. Tho
happy pair mado their first uppenr
nnco before a Honolulu audience
when they camo down )ast yeur wjth
Hilly Howard Lnlo.' they camn ugnln
with tho Notion Comt.nny an J this
time decided to slut.
Sc well did M-Ulm like tho plnco
tluit ho brought Ills ti-othcr down and
they are now located on Wilder ave
nue, where tho vcdd'ng will In nil
'rj liability tuki p:aco this evening,
although tho plaic Is pot qulto nettled
on r.S jet.
The telephone at tin McKlm man
sion was busy all tho n ornlng fur con
gratulations wero pour lie In on nil
sides rrnm friends who had hoird uf
the off air. It -vas pifct decided that
Ino woddlng should tnko plnco ou May
1 t".il today has liu.v leen llxoil us the
SELECT OFFICERS FOR
Y. M. C. A. MEN TO BALLOT
rbo selection of names t.q nil tho
various ulllces In connection wild tho
V M. C A was mudo this morning
nnd the balloting will bo carried out
tomorrow following nip tho names
Kor directors, three-year term end
ing In 1915 P. O. Athcrton. R. II
Trent, n A Cooke, H J Pratt and
C II Athcrton.
To lll the onn-ye.ir vacancy caused
by tho resignation of (1 A Watcr-
nousc, wiio is going away for some
tnonlliH Oeorgo !". Davles.
Tor tho four-year term ns truhteo-
II JI. von Holt l (' Jones, tho In
cumbent, who lias held tho olllco ror n
number of years, has requested that
ho bo not considered for reelection
One monkey, destined to become Iho
pel or n local household, Is tho latest
addition to Iho 1 It t lo colony or animal
held in detention nt I ho Territorial
animal quaraiilino station. Dn monk
nrrlvcd In tho Honnlulnu jesterdny
Tho Oceanic steamship Sierra, by
wnich wnterrronters are wont to nd
Just their chronometers, fa slated lor
an early appearance ofr port In the
morning, bringing mnll, pascngcfa
i and cenernl enrco'from K.-in I-'rnne ur-n.
TJlUrcday. April 25. , And HOW tbpv rniv Hint llin rttinrtnt
YOKOHAMA Hailed, April 20, S. S. 0r "millionaire tramps" -who- cRsnytnl
Shlnjo Maru, lor Honolulu. u,0 role or sailor lads on n passage
rrom San Francisco to Honolulu ,ln
" AEROGRAMS. Iho good ship 1'Mvvnrd Sowall, may tti-
S. S. SIKItllA Will dock at Ocean- turn to the Coast by n quicker and
Ic wnnrr early tomorrow tbrlday) more pretentious means or transporta
moftilng -wUh 6S uibln and 2 steer. Hon.
ngb passengers; 22i4 tons cargo nnd Hound for Knhiitul, the Matson
175 sacks mail. chnrtcrcd steamer Hotiolulun will bo
ii -i- dlsnnlched this evening, to discharge
1 400 tons general cargo brought down
1 iimmvi'ii '"" Uio Const. Tho Honolulan Is ex-
, uilim. ) peeled to return lo this port enrly
Weilnesilav Anrll "I I S'nnday morning and completo cargo
VnncqiO'er aud Victoria Zcalnn
dla, C.-A:,S. S., O.n.iii.
1 ' ! -
MADE BY STEAMER
FAILURE TO GET WATER
Sorlous complalnls nro being niacl6(
by the otTlclals on tho (Janaillan-Aus-trallan
line Hint steamers calling at!
this port nro tinnblo fo'get water de
livered quick enough and that tho ser
vice Is lit a very bad state.
Under tho mall contract they can
not nfTord to stay In port for a whole
dny Just to takp cm wqlcr. nti(I und6r
tho existing jelrciiolsliuicos, (liny pro
(ompeJIed 'to' laavfc Honoldltl 'wlllilnU
a full supply.
The Zealandla Is always ISO to 1!I0
tons short when sho leaves this port
owing to the Inadequacy of the sup
ply, says ono or tho officers. On tho
occasion or tho trip before this sho
had to bring n water lighter alongside.
a'nd try and mako up tho deficiency lu
Tho engineers tlnlm that the tum
ble lies In tho sjntoin or delivery and
thnt try as Ihoy will they cannot get
enough pressure from Iho whnrr. "1
understand thnt tho shipping compa
nies nro going to tako thp matter up.'
'Itntfil nn engineer, ,last night, "nnd
xnax. wncn tno nprccseis unu unun
Jn(6 the running in n couplo of
months thcro will ho a decided kic'K
coming at this port. It will bo no uso
making provisions for n good oil ser
vice It a ship cannot also get enough
water. Wo are running under a mnll
contract and cannot afford to vvasto
nny more time than we can help."
LOVE AND WEALTH
Chief of Detectives McDuInc .vcslr-r-
day afternoon broke up a gambling
for Han Kranclsei
Customs Otllccr' Hooves' pluck saved
l'lnnketl. whn tn K.-ild in Iinvit timililoil
"t I Til-'PlttTfii 'l i"ff Quarantine wharr nnd wns grabbed
'"'';y'"'" jln Iho nick or time by Reeves nnd
Wednesday April 24 named uuck in icria iinnn, ino oniy
Vancouver nnd Victoria'- Marau'm. dtiijaKo HMHtnicil tMaui: U".voljip of
C-A S S 3'20 p m th(lteoVes ofllHiiriotlaiul)flio Pluilk-
'Snllna Cruz "via Island ports-Mcxl-' o)t' 'rnlinont Tho slove-lld medallion
cin A -II S S 5 n m f orr.ura cry must now no renurntsiicd
S. ., i a.m.
sua. Aiirn ... "ri
Zenlandla, C.-A. ,0"?s- .
rji QUEEN EMMA
m F IS REMEMBERED
(Sovernor Krcar's decision against n
special scsilnn, nnnniiiiccd eiterday
nflernooii aint fifrccukt by the II ill I e
1 1 ii, w III hold good unless nn emer
gency arises, but If nn emergency
cnines i iiIoiik In- Jilt tho Terrltnrl.il
funds, the scuxloit must be held It
will be only by some closo figuring
that the Territory cun get along until
tho regular session. So said tho (.Inv
entor this morning.
At the present lime the Oovernor
iloei, not mnko any definite statement
He states rather that the Territory
urn) be able lo pull along, llius lejvlng
the matter very much In the bnlnnee
' I'tilcM homo unforeseen contin
gency should arise," staled tho (Inv
entor this luurnlng, "I think that we
shall be able to get along until the
regular sesi-lin Of course, there In
alvvnyV morn, or less IcgMatlnn we
would like to xeo put through, but the
presumption Is gainst calling a spe
"Another tiling. The special seindon
eosla money, und Is more tor less ill,
concertina; no matter how sbnrt nnd
businesslike IC session nmy 1(1. ,b
tbero Is nothing of a great urgency
we are ii.itumlh Inclined lo go on the
usual course rrpm ono session to nn
other" , '
Today, April 25, is the annlveiHiry
oi tho laic Queen L'nuun Knleleoua
laiil, and, In lemembriiurc or Hie day,
liefj grave in the royal mausoleum in
Kuiinmi valley was decorated this
morning with lllma lols and other
royal colors. v
Tills evening It Is expected that a
limn will bo given ut tho resldcn,co or
Miss I.ucj I'eabody, where tho inti
unto friends or tho deceased Queen
will honor the occasion by their pres
ence. DR. COOPER A"SKED TO
Dr Charles II Cooper, wnn, ns sur
geon general of the organized militia.
Is now attending Iho aimy Held school
for medical olllcers, nt I'ort Leaven
worth, bus been asked lo represent
HuvvjII nt Iho tcutli annual conference
of State and Territorial health author
ities, with tho Public Health nmlMn
rliie Hospital KerJfe, which 'ls;'lo bo
held In Washington, D. C, Juno 1.
The Territorial hoard of Health
vvmte Dr Cooper tills morning, asking
him to accept by cable. II Is thought
likely Hint he will do no, lis the lYirl
J.caveiivvorlli course ends .May 10, anil
ns bo has announced bis Intention or
extending his vacation Jqr u short
(Continued frorn Page 1) ,
tnn nnd n)n ulnltwf Itinl llin ,-Onrl wtttl
lo bo complimented on having biicIi n Rime in mo iiijou nicnier aim nnesi
guardian. ic' tlioso who wefo cither, present at
Tho total rccclpfs Tor tho past four-l " wfP participating In tho game. Tho
teen nnd n hair months as shown by Dig! Ciller's visit was so sudden thnt
the master's report wcrq $372,432.51. lUq'frnnicslers were easily rounded up
Tho rollowlng Interesting" -lablo1 riu,t'ro pl,ll0r tn,Jen '" ,IC l'"1'0
shows the receipts and dlsbursornontM stntlnn or let go on ball money of $10
for Jb,o- Hist tvvolvjnriars,duii"; wlilcli..P5r,l,"n- , .
time AlfrcdlCartci' his been gulrJIan: Tbls morning" a number forrelled
iris- I ,in" money in order lo keep troni n
, To ttecelpls. biirMvjiioiits.1 1'oarllig beforo Tollcq Judge Monsar-
Nov. 15,1000..$ 42 6f7.5B $ 39I2S3') ral- -A'"0"!? 'ho names of those for
Nov. IpJJOl,. -lainqG.26, IsilGlioo relllng ball appear V. Itnssell. .1. Mi
Dec -31. 111)121,. 48.05KS3 35,5512(1 Kci)B"e. I. Kftlaill, R. II Jones, .1.
Dot'. 31,190.1.. 78,977.Sn 71,Cfil.9.1Smlth n"'1 ,'- (Jay-
fill li8t. Ill ivu I'lPI'oiicne, wiio wriu iiihii cm
182!l1!)J7 KaKtM' '" n Kamhllng game, woro in
3lo3lgl' rested too. McDuffo did It, They worn
25oVl6 7.i cnc'1 fn'l "vo dollars nnd nts of
2i."U2l'fi':t l'nlir'- YoslilknvMi, alleged to bo lb"
33o'29!)!t!I 1?adcr, forrelled Ills ball money of leu
S7:t sun r.r.. '""
Dec, t, 1'JIM.. 4S.705-90
Dec. 31,1905.. 1S5.000.G7
Dec. 31.1906.. 317,fi-i7.22
Dec. 31,1907.. 219.192.12
Dec. 31,1908.. 222,679.00
Doc. 31,1909.. 271,855.78
Mar. 16,1912.. 372,132.51
AD CLUB LUNCH
John Mnrcalllno, the master In tho
cstntc, at tho conclusion nf his report,
which Is n voluminous nffnlr Hhnwlnu
In dctnll all tho Importulit things lul l' Vvrcy Hunter, reprwt illative of
connection with tho cstato slnco Iho Auslrall.ui governiuent, wns tho
ilrst giinrillnn wns nppolnted, nays:,"1 or "mw "l l" " "" """'"
"Tho guardian, as manager, has per.'uf "'u Honolulu Ad riub today Hut
formed his duties lu a skilful und'1'1"1 very B"od nltendanic. IIhiiikIi
faithful maimer, and hns conducted " lur')0 ""'" or tho members are
Iho snmo upon progressive arid up-loTnlt ""' L'" '"' '"'slness nips
date lines. I Jlr- Hunter slated In his lulk to the
'"Tho guardian must bo given nil tho rl'' '''' " ll'1'1 udopte.l llm
credit ror making tho Parker ranch American lunch club Idea in tho or
what It Is today. When ho look winlratlon of tho Million ciuli of Sv.l
cl.arge, tho ranch wns doing approxl- ' """" has for Its pnipose u pup.
maloiya $100,000 business per year. I ",lo ,,c " "'lllloii for Kxlney in I ho
This hnu been Increased by npproxl-,"l,l"rlPst VT" l" "n",1'0 "r,",m' , "1U
mately 25 per cent per year. ' ,la8 ,"l'n wrl ' h',lr l""1 "xe,
"In concluslpn ho pjaster wishes to'1'"" wa" w' ", ''" wa' .' ;f
nn,,(,.ll,i ii,o .inr.tlnu ," ' ih.. "ml ciiergetle existence vvheii ho Iclt
clcaf manner hi wWchvho has kept bis ''.',' ,",e r-renf trip .Sxlneyj, Million
accounts" Club loeetH every Thursday noon.
Tho total Miluo or the cslato at the
present time Is estimated at $1,800,000,
POLITICS IS GIVEN NEW
FACTOR BY THE WOMEN
(Continued from. Page 1)
pie rood was, during tho epidemic, cut
otT troni them.
In commenting on advertising gen
erally, Mr. Hunter slated that he con
sldeis ncvvppjpcr and miiga.ine tut
vei Using tho best ol nil tonus of ad
vertising, but t Is also neceswirv to
have the goods, to handle the people
properly und bo able to back up eviry
statement made. In order to secure Iho
A letter wa" re-nl from the seero-
ttit-t- a.f !!, Cull IVntli.l.r-fl A ll I'rl Ii-
Tho leaders or Iho club of IIhwhIIhii ,IR AKHiiclatlon esprcssing the nppra-
womeu claim that Iho government llln r lhp , Yll,lcl,,, ,lverll
mauo a special purpose 10 see mai ,,. mr for ,)l0 CNt.el(,,lt Mnrt ln,0
he lliiwallnns are shut out rrom eat- , , ono)l,tl nrgnnlaUloii. Tho
Ing their natural food-pol KHt ,)f , prflposl,oi, lb that the Ho
lt Is further claimed that n rcsottt-1 nolu lm.n lPrcr,ed III nilvei Using
Hon will be Introduced denouncing tho . urc nrtuln t0 10 ,rBht Into rloxi
administration or Oovernor I'Tcnr. ,,,, nnc tr,porn0 with the ndv'cr
vvlio. they my. will most Instrumental lMnK ,,.. )mF lui Kcer nf nd
lu causing the quarantining of the P"l i vrrtlslntr. on the IMcllIo Coast A
shops The matter, nt any rate, will , community of Interests will bo club
be thrashed out nl tho meeting call- lM,piX lal c,,n nol fnn , ,,c ,,nne.
I'd uir huh uuiTU'HMi ii ih llhciyiiuu cia(
iiic iinwanaii vomen win asic ineir
husliaiids to vote for men whom tlicy
.ran, trust If elected to the Territorial
i,t-i-iiuiiiro nun. iup iiniirii ioi nupijr
O K Kenvvcliakii, Democratic lead
er, said tfils morning Hint tlio women
arc gelling busy In politics
Tho memorial (n tho Conrrdernto
women or South Carolina, erected by
tlio Stale, was unveiled nt Columbia
Tho world's most benutlfiil poetry In
n bo fqitntl In tho Old Testnmont. nc
cbnllng to I'rc'ir, P. C. Torfcj' or Ynle,
chlor speaker nt Iho annual convention
or tho Amorlenn Orlentiil Society, In
Now York. Prof, Torrey In another
section of his nddress told Iho dele
gates that tho Hlhlo Is full of puns,
Hit He tin ails best lliislness (let
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W. C. PEACOCK (& COMPANY, LTD.
Wine and Liquor Merchants,
Merchant near Fort Street Telephone 1 704
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