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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1912.
PERSONALITIES j 1
i Mil AND MflS II. A IIALDWIN of I ,Ih J 1
Otciinlc Slu'i'il inid -mill
lloiinliilii Si cn'.'d I)i crcc.
llonoliilii I linpli r. !(. . II.
Hawaiian llilnl llieri,.
All Tltltlac memBani of U
jrder ara cordially InrlUrl to
itlenil meetings o( locnl DctgM
WHEN YOU WANT TO
Mori on the
'.'ml mill Ith
I'll ell inimlli
::) l 31.
31 cuilhors ul
DE MOVED DY MOVERS
n R'13I CITY TRANSFER CO. (Ja. H. Love)
(Additional Shipping on Page S)
WW. MrhlM.I I.IIIKli:, M). 8,
k. of I.
Moots every 2nd and 4lh Satur-
tdii evening tit 7 30 o'clock In
i K of V llnll, cor. Fort nno
Hen tenia Ultlng brother
cordially limited to attend
A T. OKIITZ, C C.
1". K K1LI1LV. K. R. 9.
iio.nou'M' i.onnr, fito, it. r. o. i:.
Honolulu Lodge No Glf.
I) P. O Llks, meets li
their hall, on Kins St
near Fort, every l'rlda)
evening Visiting Hroth
ers are cordially invited
A V. Ml'RPHV. V. n
II I)1'NHIIi:n, Sec
0A1IU l.ODlii: Ml. 1, K. of 1.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable lo Mcrclmnti'
FREAR EXPECTED TO
ANNOUNCE MAN. SOON
Home Kind of mi announcement ns Maul nrrlved III the steamer Clatidlnc
111(11 iiiiii.euuuuiy iriu.siencu lu me
.Mntson Mi v million steamer llonolu-
SAN FRANCISCO' Arrived. Apr.. 30
4 p. in., S. S. Wllhelinlnn, hence Api.
Solicit, May 1, I p in., S. S Lur-
line, for Honolulu.
OltAYS HAKIIOK Sailed, April 30
sclir. K. K. Wood, for Honolulu
VICTORIA Arrived. May 1, II M. S
Marnmn, hence April 21
Htl.O Balled, April 28. schr W J.
Patterson, for Clrays llaihor
HONOII'l' Arrh'ed. April 28. schr.
Honolpii, from Columbia river
.Av Meets every fl.rst and thlrtl Frl
fe?Sj3 day at 7 Su o'clock, Pythian
WKgy Hall, corner Hcrotaula and
''5' Fort streets Visiting brothers"
cordially Invited to attend
r A II v KINS, ' i'
(i iiniNi: k oi n. .v s
HAWAIIAN Till Hi: Ml. I, 1. t. It. 31.
Meets oery first and third
Tuesday of each month In
Fraternity Hull, I. O O F
building Vl'i.tlng brother
cordially Invited to attend
HHNIIY A ASCII, Sachem
LOUIS A. PHHKY, C of It
iiomili'lu u:iiii: no, r. o. i:.
'fT; Meets nn second and fourth
f:t. Wednesday evening of each
Jfrf" month nt "'30 o'clock. In
K of P llnll, corner Fort
nnd llpretiiiil.1 Visiting brothers are
Invited to attend
WM JONES, W. P.
J W. ASCII, Secy.
lioMii.ri.r i.oiinr. o. soo,
1.. O. (I. M
will meet In Odd Fellows' building.
Fort street, near King every Friday
evonlnc nt 7 30 o clock.
Visiting brothers cordially InvlW
AAlIIItOSH J WIIITZ, Dictator.
II. A. JACOUSO.N, Secretary.
MUTINEERS TAKE VOWS OF
PEACE AND ESCAPE PUNISHMENT
Sa'lctl Away In Harpalion After Going Through Inquisition at
Hands of Two Governments Sierra Departure Attended
By Throngs Honolulan Carried Banner Sugar Cargo
Two Inter-Island Arrivals With Passengers and Feight
Oil Tanker Makes Port.
Two Chinese who are alleged to. The Claiidlne met with strong trado
have made a desperate nttenipt to winds mid chopp) seal.. It was tool
lake the life of u Ilrltlsh navigator rough to land either passengers or.
have fsiaped the meshes of the law malls at Laupnlioehoe.
piepared for them mainly through the' The freight list brought by the Clau.
intervention of the two governments dine lncliuled 20 colds wood, 10 hogs,
mosi vltnll Interested. .r,l bales hides, and 42') packages Him-
Ciiliiiiln T Pope, master of tho dries.
Ilililsb stiainshlp Harpalion, which
broiiglu l"m Spanish and Portuguese Hllonlan'a Island Cargo,
immigrants to the Hawnliiin Islnnds, A wirled cargo Is to be left at Rev.
was the ofllicr whose life was iihiced cral Island ports with the arrival of
m serious Jeopardy through the iiiutl the Mntson Navigation steumer llllo
in Insphed bv n number of Chinese nlnn. This vensel Is expected to got
who vvoie carried hi the steamer to till aa for Kaliultil, Kaanapall, Port Al
ml her complement of sailors and tire- leu mid llllo Into thin evening In
lien tiausll there Is freight For Knhu
The two men sailed with the Harpa lu 3S4 Ions and 57,000 feet of lumber
linn fur New South Wales mil) after r Port Allen 371 tons and 82,147 feet
much unraveling of the olliclal red f lumber, for llllo 318 tons of cargo
tape held In the hands of the higher ,imi for Kaanapall 42 tons
o'lloiats connected with the Republic rj
of China nnd tin- British Empire Inter-Island Departure!.
The cablegrams were man) that ThlBO imcr-lsland departures arc
nnssed between Honolulu, Peking and ii,i r,.r ,,inv nmi imnnrmw Tin,
London before the release of the pair RtcHu,r Llkeilko wan to get nway nt
of Celestials who would hae done toJay for Knaniipall and Kallua
uwu wlih i be skiiier of the Hnrpa ttth Keneral cargo and lumber.
Il.iii was secured and they were per- Thp Mulm tou ,, .., l,,.rtli for
i itted lo leiiMln with the Rtuuimlilp jesimtcli for llonolpu at f, o'clock this
ind lonllnue the 0)age to the Antlp- CU!IIn!i taking feitlllzer und plautn
odes. n,m Hiipiilles.
The Harpalion arrived from (.lliral Tomorrow the Wullelo, which hiu
tar with two Chinese lu Irons and se- 1)otM1 discharging sugar, will get nway
cured In a ban ed cell I hey wero kept for nmiokaa ami Kukulhncle, tuklng
under dose guard for Hie greater por- frelKlit and Into malls,
tiiin of the passage to tho islands. jj,
It is alleged I.) the sklp.er of tho TwQ Wndjammers at Hlo
iiarpaiion inai iuuiie..i.i ic. murTu TnfJ tt,lulJammcr8 represent the
rlnt or "roolutlun on board the lm- ., ,.,..;.,.... . ... ...... ,,,,..
migrant ship the two Celestials who nu,ordlnK t,,1 rcorlB reccived here tol
ai . i charged with haUng W''" '''!; l!ay with tho arrhal of tho Inter-Island
enuers coiumiiieu u.u.i, i.c.n u. ...K.. BU.amer claiidlne. Tho schooner Rob
in nson I ort senrles and the ship John Hna aro
The charge was made that one (.111- u, ll(1 w,mrf Ul(J former veRg(,,
nese came upon the skipper ami was cIinrglllB lumber wlllIo t,, Lls ,,,., ,s
n mo ery ace oi xii.i . " ' being glen u consignment of Biigar
iron ui uu me- mou c,, ...". ""-' for the east coast of tho United
wnen ins aueinpi iu iuivc mc . mates
thwarted by the quick action of tho ' n
ihlef olllter llrlug Ills revolver and dls-
,,i,ii,. ii,n nUnnli..r The ball enter- Santa Rita Here With Fuel Oil.
ed tho cheek of the nssailant of tho After having discharged n portion of
skipper lie wns conveyed to the brig n shipment of fuel oil at Kahulul the
and kept In Irons for the remainder of American tanker Santa Itltn steamed
ihe o)age. 'n, Honolulu harbor at noon today.
The matter wns brought before tho This essel comes from Port San Lyls
Ilrltlsh Consul nt this port. The Chi- mill brings pioduet for the local branch
nese Consul wns also summoned. A or the Union OH Company,
series of confluences, however, result- P
ed In the two Chlnceo being released Kauai Sugar.
fiom conllnenient upon a solemn ovv Suear nunltlnc shlnment on Kniinl
taken Hint no further trouble would according to leport from tho olllcers
ensue In the W (I. llnll, Includes the follow-
M ' Ini: MAK :I1.13I, Mcll 47.237. VK 750.
Honolulan Carries Banner Cargo. ' KSM 2400, KP 11,500, KSCo 5S00, LP
One of the lntgest cargoes ever put 37,000 sacks,
aboard tho Unison Navigation char- fcs
LONG DELAY IN
to the intiii who will suiieed Superin
tcndenl nf Public Works Campbell W
expected bv Vrlilnj, iiicordlng to riis
slp both iirmind the Cnpltnl nnd down
town And Albert Hornet Is regarded
ns n Vrrv llki'lv iholce fur the chief
exiciitlve to liuike
' floviriinr I'rcnr did nut hold hlKiisiuil
oflli e bmirs todn) , ns be wns nut v lew
III the Piinahoii piiHennt. but these
who have their enr to tliu Klouml are
on the ulert fur mi miiiiiiincemciit
within the next two das.
(Continued from Page 1)
This Is one of tho most Important
decisions made b the Army, lu rela
tion to the permanent gnrrls'nnliiR of
troops on Oahu. It directly nffects the
plantation Interests which have been
using tho water which back up In the
south fork of the creek from the tiorlh
I Turk, which Is claimed lo be entirely
., ' In the Lellehua reservation
Several weeks or possibly several WhI(, tho K,.1R.rn l(,xt f Secretary
months will pass before tho i amngo gimM,-B 1(,Ucr i,ns beon known for
suit of iTOlik Sullivan against the sail- M)mo wockti ,s ()n)y ,m ,mt ,,.
Ing ship LdvvardScwall goes Into the mn(CB r ,,.,,,, r(,,,,Illu, c,)mtiK to
hands of the Federal Court for udjiidl- , Terrllor) are apparent. Army of
cation. Federal District Attorney ,,,, ()f ,, .jf.pnrtinfiit have hither
llieckiitiH said this nioriilng Hint dep-i,,, lnil,,nn,., silence on the Schollehl
osltloim for tho defense must be taken' ttai,,r miestlon
from the Inspectors ut San Francisco .., ,)W r ,l0 roprts on this Hub
aim pimsiuiy ircini me inn er riic-i in jt,( vvlic)l hau, ,,,, M,,lt fr,m t)l
, :. , ' . uro.igui .....k .., ... Department -r Hawaii, the War De
port before the case can be taken Into lmrtmont ,as ,0i.ueil that tho water
iinin inr iieaniK. rights are too wihlnblc to give avvny
Two of the threo witnesses for tho ... nllo ... ,,... .., (jrn, ...
plaintiff gnvo their depositions bcfoiei ,,), t)lH nf(uril0()ni t Bpcnr8 froln lug to the mainland In the Sierra. Ho
.,, . tuv.,., luiuim-isiwiiu, ,.-,,v. ..., !. ii(,,r r . secretnrv In I in ,.ii- will iiiku siaiiou ii me east uoasi
tiftcrnoon, and the third mn l. tnkenl ntl, (linl ,,, recoinmendntlonls to well JAMES AND MUS KENNEDY of
omonovv Hero the case wll rest uu- llo uaU,r rKltH , , ,gbest bidder "H' ro p.issengera for the coast In
enih .vear until the water is nieded me hiirrn tun morning.
by the Cov eminent. Delegnte Kuliin IH'IV. CANON AtlLT was amoiig (he
Ian, which vessel will bear them to
.1 H CANAIHO nnd Mrs Caunrlo
are passengers en loute to the coaBt
In the Mntson steamer Hoiioluluii,
which salted this morning
,1. S SPITZi:it Is proceeding to tho
mainland In the Honoliilnn on u bus
iness und pleasure trip. i
MltH, UKOHOK M. Pt'LLMAN, vvld-
fti of the lute Pullman Palace sleep
ing car magnate, was numbered among
the departing passengers 111 the Oce
unlc steamship Sierra this morning '
MA toil W A. Ptmirt Is making u
business trip to the States as u pas
senger In the Oceanic steamship 81-
PAUL Sl'PKIl of the local Y M C
A , was given mi ovation upon his de
p.irtiue for the mainland In the steam
ship Sierra. A delegation of Y SI. C
A. workers gathered at the whurf to
hid him farewell. '
II L HOLSTEIN was the center of
n circle of Republican politic Inns be-!
fore tnklng his depurttire for tho,
mainland und Washington In the Oce
nnc steamship Sierra this morning.
PKIICY H1JNTHH, tho Australian'
promotlonlst, wns n pnssengcr In the,
Oceanic steamship Sierra for San
Frautlsio this morning. Hunter will
l epiesent the Commonwealth lu the
arrangement for publicity at the big
exposition to ho held at the Hidden
(lute, following the opening of the
CAPTAIN FllEDEHICK KAIllOElt,
foiuierly muster of the United Sutes
lighthouse tender Kukiil, is proceed
HI the documents fiolii the Slates. are
I Enhance Your Beauty
1 lr I believe, lr)lng to get u bill departing paswengiTB for tho coast In
through which will give this ieveiiuoihe oceanic sieauiKiiip nierru
by keeping your skin jvvecl,
healthful and attractive, with
Importer Fort St
In Hie Ten Hon Instead of In the Fed
eral Government 'I hue Is a c Inure
of Ihls being done. In which case the
mone) would be available fin Teui
lliir. HYi, oJ WUV., Drt.
bbek f brawl, 50c
JURY IN CUMMINS CASE
IS UNABLE TO AGREE
After be lug out for about three
quintets of an hour, the Jury lu the
can of the Associated (iarage vs Mrs.
.1 A illiniums wns unable In ugree
upon u verdict mid ho leported mid
wns theieiipon discharged this nfter
i noun . The case wns a civil action fur
nbout $200. Some time ago .Mis. Cum
mins auto was luirued and charges
wero inane inni tne iiurning was cans
td to heenre liihiiiauce upon It.
JI ii 1 1 e 1 1 n Wiinl Alls will And II.
CIIAltl.ES MAHOUHS, manager of
Ihe Hawaiian Olllce Sippl) Cniiipali),
will depart for the mainland In the
Paillle Mall liner Slbetl.i Mr Slar
ipies will combine business with plc.is
in e on his tour
DII AND MUS. D. M (lEDCE, who
have been spending some weeks III the
Islands, departed for Hie mainland lu
the Oceanic steamship Slerru this
DONALD II (HLMOIti: of the pas
senger dip.illmeiit of l' Hrnvver & Co,
will liuike a iiiiiud tiip in the Oceanic
ttcaiushlp Slen.i While In San
I'llillllsiii he will pmke n general In
spictlou of Hie two Bteamers soon to
enter the Australian seivleo.
Beauty real beauty is
more than skin Jeep. No cos
metic in the world can give
the wholesome color, the
bright eyes, the clear, trans
parent skin that is the natural
result of pure blood, proper
diet and hygienic habits of
It sounds easy and it is easy
for a woman lo have the
beauly which health alone can
give. A safe and efficient tonic
if the blood is weak, thin or
impure (Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People arc es
pecially recommended), the
avoidance of foods which will
cause eruptions, and regular
bathing of the skin. That is
all and it is the only way.
Write to tht Dr. Wllllamt Medicine Co.,
Boi 17S, Sctitncctidr. N. V , tor tret
booklet, "PUIn Talk lo Women" It ll n
ouUpoken tut pertectly proper little book
and should bo read by eterr oman and
growing girl. A tree sample ol Ihe new lax.
atlte "Plnkleta" will alio b sent tou.
Should you be unable to obtain Dr. Williams1
Pink Pills lor Palo People In your locality
they will be sent postpaid on rtcelptot price,
50 cents per boi, six botes tor 12 50.
, The labor, rs cm the stints nfSInnt
clair N J, nrguiilr, d u uiiluii mid
unit on strike fin an I'Hlht huur da) and childitn were trampled to death
und a Hat bcale nf (I Ml In the rusli .
Ninth Ktiitmk) I 'cuiKriss.uii.il dls
tiict Itepiiblicmi convention tleb-gites
ti, tlic national emivi iitliui wire lu
Htructeil fur Tuft.
Kire caiisid u panic lu u conceit bill
lu Avi'suis, Triune, and mv,ii women
MILTON &. PARSONS
PHONE 3088 FORT STREET
THE VERY LATE8T IDCA8 IN
Millinery Parlors, Boston Block
Just ri.elved hlcui latent ill
LINEN TAILORED SUITS, WHITE
COATS and LINGERIE OOWNS.
ROOMS 66-67-68, YOUNG HOTEL
vessel lor nan riaucisco nun mumms. Todnv's arilvals nt ibn nnrt Inclinl.
Port, si, XTcZXo .hie.' "' tU '- -lU ?n "' w'o
departure for tho Coast I the line. uIf
7i"Vr" nl!?n!f v'n, tin nceas Ion ,,? a """"' '"" ' and a quantity
Hackfeld wharf was the occasion of a f ....., lld .,. 111Pit..M K1,drli.u
H'to?.a1irbandm The". ' IZ " A S''"..
lerrltorlal ban . J'' u a. flom lhe Garden Island. The vessel
I) decora c. ''" ' ,' " met with modeiate heas and winds. It
paper and the prom ne ice -of lla, r'' s reported that the hteamer Noeuu
rr:z,uir" ,;"" '?. 'nawm ... ift
the bulk of tho freight destined for Kuu fur W yeste.day.
tho mainland Homo small shipments ,. , . . , ., ... ...
,r ., ,,, ,iu ,i,. i,nm.v. bicioH n,i -Maul Ilrouglit l'urker Itiuicli Ciillle.
Cher commodities went along also. I lhu'ml- ft, JJ-J- J-
I the poit yesterday ovcnln In pie
Asiatics Depart In Big Number. steamer Maul. This vessel returned
One or the laigest delegations of , ,m, )()rt ttlt, art,0 (tiulitlty of
Japanese, riliplnos and Chlneso lo BU(;ur aiiiouutliiK to 11,312 sackB The
leave tho Islands lu any one vessel e88ei mul wtll moderntu w,is ,(
took their ilepnrtiiro lusi evening in HeaH
the .InpancHo liner Teno Mam. it-
Two hundred und four Asiatic steer- .4.,,. liIM.,rglui; Sugar.
age passengers uooneu inrougii uie A arrvil at thfl 0ft )agt menlng
agency of Castle & Cooke for Oriental waH t)lB ,(,r.iBllimi steamcr Llkeilko
ports, inciiuieu i u u uu,r, u-.y fr()m Walmea. bringing 400 sacks sug
a dozen or more linpinos 1110 greai- ar ttllcl ,, bl(,n rnK.llurRcU lmo
er i.e.uu,i,o u. ..." v.u.. ...... ,.n thu Amprcl, Hawaiian fielghter Co
hage for the Coast of Asia woro .lap- um,un
ancso. The departuro of this liner pro- . '
ucutcd n sight' seldom witnessed on i
the vvateifiont. i
-3 I'er stuir. Olauillne, from Hawaii via
Oiientals Departln the Tenyo. 'Maul ports, ilny 1.- C. V. Whltu, C.
A fair-sized list of Oriental passcn- r Ilense, I.uko Lu Hlondc, Geo, Talt,1
gem depatted for Japan and China II. Ilrjan, 1L T. Hnlsley, S. K. Cahlll,
Mjstery siirroiindid nn iiuoslenta-
tlous uiid unlet dcvuirture of u iiuni
tette of men w ho .it mi early hour this
morning are said to have secluded
themselves iibouid the Oceanic liner
Sierra, and later were followed by
faithful satellites with their personal
Loeul police received a tip today
that four men, alleged us deserters
from the regular army and foi some
months stationed nt 'lie several posts
.In these Islands, succeeded ti, making
their escape by the vessel which
pulled away from her w half 'at II
Despite u thorough search of the
steamship fiom stem tn stern mid
truck to keelson, tho4 whereabout of
the men wns not discovered
Sivcuil suspicions rhuliictcs and
krevn to the olllcers und uteri loot
ers .i" benchconiheis worn noted In
nnd noout the .vlurf shed Just prim
to the casting oft of lines- vvhlclj
which moored tho Sierra.
The crowd that gathered at tho Oce
anic wharf this morning was In point
of numbers one of the largest iu many
It may well be said that the m
rnngcmeiit for tho handling tf pas
sengers as well as spectators left hut
little to be desired
I'rolltlng by un experience of soino
weeks ugo, the local Oceanic olllclals
cailbcd the Installation of u slicing
picket fence on the wharf which
proved u successful barrier ugaliist u
wholesule Invasion of people cm tho
narrow mid always congested gung
A largo sign confronted tho visitor ,
which told In letters bold that none
but boua-lldu passengeiu would bo
permitted to gain the deck of the lln-
er within a half-hour of thu advertised,
The Kiel la sailed promptly nt 11
o'clock, taking ISC cabin und forty
The largo was a largo one. Includ
ing '.'H.'.n tons sugar, UUll bunches ba
nanas, 13UU pineapples und a itian
tlty of sundries
The ten Itm lal band played u ser
enade ut the whurf The display of
Ids, wreaths and coloied paper
btrlugeis was striking and caused
much fnvoi ahlo comment
k 2 o the nest A
ii Heer Hrewed mr
DUNN IS BENEDICT
The minor that l'ay Clerk "Tommy"
i liiiuu ui me Honolulu inuvui niiuiuu
last evening with the sailing of the Mrs. Cnhlll, I''. T. I. Watcrhouse, I'.l contemplated mnlrlmony, printed In
Tojo Klseti Kalsha liner Tenjo Maru. M. Svvanzy, N. Omstcd, A. V. Oenr, (he Bill lei lu sovoral dayH ago, was
This vessel completed tnklng on COO Dr. W I), Ilaldwln, Mrs. Unldvvln, Huv. substuntlulid laBl Sunday, when ut a
HIGH . CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stablei Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
1027 NUUANU STREET
tons fuel oil during the brief stuy at H. II. Dodge, Huv, II. 1'. Judd, Col.
Honolulu. The Teiillorlal Hand was 1'rench, Major Willis, J. .lorgensen, M.
present at Iluckfeld wharf, where a Toves, II. H. llosmer. T. Aim, Tom
pleasing hurenudo was lendered. Sov- Akl, W. J. Coclho, Mrs. Ito, Jus,
eral htovvnwavs who wero transferred Cltoy, I). Lelth, Mrs, Alio, S. A. Quou-
intiti Mm sthlnvn Mam wero sent back sain. II. Matsuo. Mrs. D. K. Kainnlle.
to Japan lu the, liner. i Nolnyn, S. A. Ilaldwln, J. I'. Cooke,1 that time Ihe couple am spending
M j II Hngllsh, II. A. Ilaldwln, Mrs. Ilald- their liniieMuoon at Wulkikl.
Claudine Brings Maulltes en Route vvln, Jared S. llnildwlu, rruticos llald- -
for the Coast. i w'n. II. Oslod, M. A. NIcolI, 4li deck. Tin- sum k nuirkel was a ipilet one
Soverul prominent Mnul people, ar- I'd' stuir. W. O, Hall, from Kauai tndnj with n lair nuiiibir nf sabs
rived ns passengers lu tho Inler-Islaud ports, May 1. .1. K. Cockott, C. Aklua,' n-tui did i.ui utile In tin wa nt uc
unlet wedding celebrated by the Huv.
Henry I'mker, Miss Ida Cinwfnrd of
San I'lniulsco heciime Mrs Dunn
Thu ucipiuliilaiicn of Mr. and Mrs.
Dunn dales hack some eight Jems, tho
pair having met In Sun riuucibco at
Its purity is vouched for by physicians and
pure food experts no other beer has ever been able
to match its quality either in private or public test.
The Beer of Quality
"Wherever served always the same its purity unquestioned,
its clearness, undimmed of the same wonderful quality which
has won for it the prizes of the world. Its popularity is due to
the successful and honest efforts of its makers to produce a pure,
wholesome, refreshing beverage.
Made and Bottle Only by Pabst at Milwaukee.
Try Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer to-day and prove for your
self how good it really is.
Phone the dealer below
Macfarlane & Co., Ltd.,
steamer Claiidlne en routo to tho Chns. Puck, II. Anderman, Jr., W. A
Coast Soveral members of (he llald- Hardy, Mis. 11 Clark, II. Clark, Mrs.
win family leached this poit this S- K. Kaeo, S. O. Chins. 7 deck.
morning and together wllh their per- " '
sonal effects wero tiansfel red to the 'r IU Usui lo I'eiius, former niluUter
Matsou Navigation steamer
tlvltv or di niiitnl for stock
The Union I'ecd Co , Ltd , and 1' M I
I'ond are Ihe only two hlddeis nil
supplying foiage and bedding fori
armv slock hcie. Mainland hlddeis'
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