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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1912.
I mill (li.tpltr No. 2, (K V.
Ituitoliiln Vlrst Hi Km-.
Hawaiian llilnl lit grit-.
Hawaiian Third Dtcrnr.
AH Tliltidi memoir of tM
Order art cordially lDftlerf to
attend meetlari ot local UdiM
Jlcrt on the
ind ami llli
tucli uioiil It
at K. I'. Hall
7::w r. M.
.Mi iiiln rn of
N.M. llfhlMJ.l I.0IX1K, M). 8,
h. of I.
Meets every 2nd and 4tli Satur-
rUday evening .it 7 M u cluck ill
I K or 1' Hull, cor Fort and
lli-n mill i Visiting brothers
rord!:-ily Invited to attend
a r c.ninz, a c.
P r KILUI3Y, K. It. S.
IIOMIM'MJ I.OIKJE, 616, II. 1'. 0. i:.
Honolulu Ixdgo No C1G,
It l u 13lks. meets In
their hull, on King St,
near I'ort, every Friday
evening Visiting llroth
ers are cordially Invited
A U MlTRl'HY n n
ii du.nshki:, sic.
OAIIU l.ODIU: .NO. 1, K. of 1'.
Mee's every first and third Frl
jday at 7 3U o'clock, I'ythlan
Hall, corner Ueretanlu and
Fort streets Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
I A HAWKINS C C
o iini.s'i: k or it. , b
HAWAII IN TltlllK X). 1, I. 0. It. 31.
Meets every first and third
Tuesday of each month In
Fraternity Hall, I O. O F.
building Vlntlug brothers
cordially Invited to attend
IIHNRY A ASCII, Sachem
LOUIS A PL'UHY, C. of H
HONOM'U' AKIIIK III), V. 0. F.
' rlfa) Meets on second and fourth
jf Wednesday evening of each
,(PP" uiotilli at 7 .10 o'clock, In
K of 1' Hall, corner Tort
and Horetiinla Visiting brothels ate
Invited to attend
WM JONES, W P.
J W ASCII, Secy.
iioMii.n.ir i.oniii: ,o. soo,
I,. 0. 0. M,
will meet In Odd fellows' building.
Fort street, near King ovory Friday
evening at 7 30 o'clock
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMIIHOSH J WIRTZ, Dictator.
K A. JACOHSO.N, Secretury.
Importer Fort St
Jutt received by 8. S. Sierra, the
very Uteit in fancy TAILORED
LINEN SUITS) alio ONE-PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE
HIGH . CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stablea Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
MILTON & PARSONS
PHONE 3088 FORT 8TREET
OEAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at the
Boston Block, Second Floor
' 1027 NUUANU 8TREET
Up-to-date Millinery and Men'a Hitl
ul j .J
Phone us your
City Transfer Company
Jas. H. Love
(Additional Shipping on Page 6)
TERPSICHORE HOLDS FULL SWAY
AS LINERS MR THE COAST
"Everybody's Doincj It" Sots Nimble Feet In Motion on Sierra
Decks Wiihclmina Carried Larger List of Passengers
and Freight Oceanic Boat Takes Mails Three Inter
Island Arrivals Windjammers Now Preparing for Get
away for the North. ,
Ilerr riorgor, tho veteran manlpnla
tor of the guiding hnton which ion
Hols tho actions anil volume of sound
maiiiifnctined hv Ills sturdy musicians,
vhlspc-rid n few magical words Into
the eai of several of his subordinates
while the iirgunlzutluii v. as ilaltiK an
enthusiastic ftitewtll to the departing
Slerut 'I lie ninn h hltid the dlntluu
live saxophone- nnd a buv) of comtt
ists ItnuiLiilatclv switched Into tho
wild surges of "liver) limb's Doing It"
and then followed a decided terpsi
choreitti disturbance of no mean pto
piirtloiis The Sierra's decks held n goodly
ctovvd of passengers aR well ns their
friends Tliu stirring melod) of this
late "tag" something now from a
Hergorescino Btainlpolnt set several
Ka and dashing damsels off on a spin
nbout tho crowded promenade. Two
or three of tho more lively proved the
center or attraction for many hun
dreds of pairs of eves.
Tho Sierra was llrat to pull Into the
stream with 90 cabin and 40 steerage
passengers The Oceanic boat carries
to tho mainland n full cargo Including
18H0 tons sugar, r I'll bundles bana
nas, (M0 cases prisoned pineapples,
1 1 1 rratw sweet potatoes and n ipian
tit) of sundries 'I he Sierra tarried
the Fulled States mails.
Ten minutes behind tho Oceanic
steamer went the Matson Navigation
liner Wllhelullna, with r.000 tons mi
gar and a small amount of general
Tho Wiihclmina carried ),! cabin
and 70 steerage passengers, among tho
latter being a number of Spanish and
Portuguese families en route to tho
Coast to lake up employment there
The Wllhelmlna got away from Mat
son wharf amid the merry serenade
of the famous band, which divided Its
attentions botwten the wharves
Dig crowds attended tho departure
of both vessels.
Honotulan Brings Happy Shrlners.
"We had the time of our lives vvhllo
away" was a sort of concrete exprcs
slon coming from a merry bunch of
returning Shrlners on board tho Mat
son Navigation steamer Honolulan
which pulled Into berth at Hackfeld
wharf early this morning. Tho Hono
lulnn mado tllo trip down from Frisco
in i,i, dnva It wan corn weather all
!"'' )i "aid ono or more of tho ulno
The Honoltilan brought n number of
college students who will spend their
vacations Here A later mail amount
lug to 333 sacks arrived with the ves
Since tho Honolulan has been away
ner passenger license has been ex
tended and that vessel can now ac
commodate 57 Instead of only Rl cab
In passengers as heretofore
In addition to 22S0 tons general car-
?o tho vessel biotight SI horses for
Muni besides 10 horses nnd mules for
Honolulu. A line, blooded stallion ar
rived for l'aul Isenberg.
The Honoltilan has cargo for Kaliu-
lilt to the amount of Oil tons. Tho
vessel will piobnbly bo dispatched for
that port Thursday evening.
Claudine Towed Windjammers to Sea,
Tito Inter Island steamer Claudine
towed two windjammers to sea from
ports along Hawaii. Tho ship LMvvard
bow all was sent on her way rroin Ka
hulul through tho efforts of tho Clan
dine. The Inter Island steamer also
took a lino from tho schooner Hono
Ipti nnd towed that vessel front tho
port ot liana
The Claudine returned to Honolulu
this morning. Purser Kibllng report
lug a tine trip. Tho vessel brought a
small list of pasRcngors and a cargo
Including 31 hogB,2t) cords wood, 40
empties and 27G packages sundries.
The Matson Navigation steamer I3n
terprlse, schooner Prosper and bark
rntlnn Kllkltat wcro discharging at
Illto at tho time of departure of the
Bad Weather Delays Marama.
'I ho Canadian-Australian liner Ma
rama from Victoria and Vancouvor, Is
delayed In ariival at this pott through
ttiess of bad weather, say a late aero
giam received at tho otlleo of T. II
Duvles iV. Co , the local agents.
Tho Marama should liavo appeared
off port bright ami ear))' this morulas.
Tho vessel Is now predicted to arrive
nbout 7 o'clock tomorrow morning and
it Is expected she will not remain hero
much over six hours. Uetween thirty
and fort) passengers are booked for
Australian ports to tho Marama.
Will buy this
Corner Lot on Lunalilo Street.
For further particulars apply
G. Lansing, 80 Merchant Street
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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First eiuarter of the 111111111 .Ma) it
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(Special Cable (0 Merchants'
Wednesday, May 22.
HANA Sailed. May 21 sehr Hono-
lin, for San Krnnclsco
IIILO Sailed, May lit ship lohn
Kiia, for Delaware bteakwater.
I'OUT TOWNSi:.ND Arrived, May
22, schr. Eldorado, hetiiu May 2
MAHUKONA Arrived May 22,
schr. Incn, fromTsevvcnHtle
SAN ntANCISCO - Atrivcd. May 21,
S p. in., S, S. I.ttrllne hence May 14.
S S MAI1AMA Will dock at Ala-
kea wharf from Victoria tomorrow
morning (off port in octock tonight)
and sail for Auckland about noon.
If S S. Ittiffnlo sails for San Trail
Cisco tomorrow morning
Blakcley In from the Nitrate Ports.
Tho American schooner Hlokeloy,
from South American tilttato ports, Is
today riding nt anchor awaiting a
thorough fumigation at the hands of
the medical olllcers belonging to the
local uuuruutlne stuff
The lllakeley Captain I W Mnnka,
(.ailed from Iciuhpie foil) nine da)H
ago nnd her sklppct leports a fair trip
across tho 1'ac.lllc. Tin vessel brings
Hot) tons nitrates 'I he schooner met
with some rough went hoi 011 a petition
of the voyage but the windjammer ar
rivt-d hero with a dean health repotl
The lllakeley will prolubl) bo brought
Inside- tho harbor this aftertiooii.
Bemrose Back from the Coast.
lloss II. Ilemrose. examiner with tho
local customs stnIT Is back from a de
lightful trip to the mainland lit which
ho participated In tho big Shrlnor icl
ebratton hold at I.os Angeles Hem
lose left hero with tho Arab Tatrol in
tho last Wllhclmiun and was an ar
rival this morning In the Matson Nav
igation steamer Honoltilan. Ha states
that ho had the time of his llfo while
away but Is nevertheless glad to gel
back to tho Paradise of tho l'uclllc.
Quartermaster Faces Serious Charge
Attending to San rranclBCo news
paper accounts. Quartermaster Ha)
moiid C. Mejer of tho Pacific Mall
steamship Siberia was arrested by
I'nlted States Customs Inspector '. U
Kiilow and turned over to tho pollco
authorities 1 ho customs authorities
lust evening gave no details as to tho
arrest. A foimal charge will bo
placed against tho steamship ollicot.
Castle for the Coast Tomorrow.
Captain von Dahlren expects to con
clude business arrangements In tltnu
to sail with his command, tho barken
tlno S. N. Castle, for San Pranclseu
tomorrow. Tho shipment of lift) totu
copra, a portion of which became wet
bv sea water while a ilro was In prog
re-ss on board, has been dried out and
placid In sacks again.
Hall Hire with Kauai Sugar.
Today's arrivals Included tho steam
tr W. (5. Hall from Kauai ports with
!G0n sacks sugar, one horse, a quan
tlty of empties, 22 sacks rleo and G2
packages sundries. Tho vessel met
with some rough weather vvhllo steam
lug along windward Kauai. Strong
winds and seas prevailed.
Brand New Bungalow on
James Johnson Now Discharged.
The last of tho lumber brought to
I ort In the American schooner James
Johnson has been discharged and that
VesRel Is being made ready for sen
The James Johnson arrived hero oil
Mny Rtli with a full caigo of lumber
Tho Vessel Is expected to be dispatch
ed for I'uget Sound ports on or nbout
Nlihau Brought Sugar and Cattle.
Sugar to the amount of (Hon sacks
and CO hiotl tattle, 21 calves, 47 em
ty drums and 20 packages sundries
won; Included In the assortment of
cargo to arrive from Hawaii ports In
the steamer Nlihau. The Vessel met
with line weather according to re
ports from Iter ofllccrs.
Shipping Commlsslqner To Move
I'nlted States Shipping Commission
er Altny will move from his offices In
the Campbell block, Fort stieet, to
larger and more convenient cpiarters
In tho Federal customs building, Tho
office fixtures will bo liistalltd In the
1 cw premises by Monday,
Welch May Sail Saturday.
A cargo of sugar is to bo supplied
tho American bark Andrew Welch be
fore that vessel Is ready for sea. It
Is expected Hint tho Welch will bo
ready for dispatch for San Prnuclsto
011 or about Saturdn) afternoon Tho
vessel may tuko u few: passengers to
According to report received by o
liters In the Inter-Island steamer W.
U, Hall, the following sugar Is await
lug shipment on the (Inrdcn Island
MAK 2S,8fi8. (llt 3Gr,0, Melt f,I,4SS, U
Kit SSilO, KSM :tr,0, VK 7M). Kl 12.720,
KSCo 411S, LI' 21,01)0, OP Ulir, sacks.
Kauai Sailed for Hilo Today.
Taking a small general cargo and
Into mull, tho Inter-Island steamer
Kauai was dlsp-itched for Hilo and
rauuhaii at 10 n clock this mornlitg.
The Kauai has been undergoing re
pairs and renovation during a brief
sta) at this port '
Tho Canadian Australian liner Ma
lumu, 11 da) late In arrival from llrlt
Ish Columbia polls, will berth at Ala
kea wharf on arrival at part carl) to
AT THE HOTELS
lMdic McCorrlston, Honolulu: D II
ami It JI Case, Walluku. 12 It
llt-vln, Knhulul; 8 Kclllunl. Wullul.u,
It I' Spalding, Kuiial; Mr and Mrs.
II K .Smith. Miss R K Smith. Han
1'niliclsco, Mrs John It Den-) man,
John S Craves, C M Harris, Ken
tucky; Jos Thelmud, Sun rrnnilseo;
S V Wing. .Stanford Uulvirslt), It
12. Itlthards, Hilo; I, A Hates, U. H;
IMIth Mimslleld, Schntleld llarracks
Mr nnd Mrs O II l"orci I.os An
gilis. C II Will, Hilo; Mr and Mr
Ccnrge .Smith. Scotland. I,. 12 .Mi
CI, linn, I'alu Alto Cul
CIl'S SCIIAi:n:il wns an outgoing
passenger on the Sleira He Is tak
ing a trip to the States partly for his
II II IIKMIIOSK. of the local cus
toms stun is back fiom tho Slimier
conclave at I.os Angeles Ho leturned
In the Honolulan this morning
SIJI'i;UVISOIt 12III2N LOW and Hev
Stephen I, Desha of Hilo, Hawaii,
were guests ut a luncheon given at
noon todn) by Hediirul Judge Dole
SKUGI2ANT, JOHN KHI.I.KTT Is
now acting us Chief of Detectives In
placo of A McDtillie, who was plant
ed it leave of tibsenco by tho Hoard of
J A, OI1IIIS, Misses I.csllc and Mur
tliu Tttlloch, and W It Outlerklrk will
spend their vacations In Hawaii nel
at the- close of the mainland .tchool
jcur They returned In tho Ilono
lulnii this morning
Gas, Sewer and .
ODDS AND ENDS
AT THE PORT
Tho steamer Hall, to sail for Kauai
ports on Thursday evening, will carry
a fair list of passengers and a general
The Shlnjo Mam, a Toyo Klscn Ka
tsha liner from Hongkong and Japan
ports, Is expected to arrive herq on
With tliu Canadian-Australian steam '
er .Marama a day Jalo In arrival at!
this port, the shipping has been pret-i
)y well distributed throughout tho1
vv cek. I
The Territorial Hand divided honors 1
very evenly between the Oceanic and'
Matson wharves with the depart tiro of,
the Sierra and WUheltnlna for the
Coast this morning. I
Two transpacific! liners departing!
from Alnkca wharf last evening serv I
ed to make that, placo one of miich
activity as well as gaiety. The lei I
vendors reaped a harvest ot silver. I
Ono lotto stowaway was nabbed byi
tho alert olllcers-in the British steam
ship Mukura during tho voyngtj from
Suva to Honolulu Tho tourist Is for
cibly detained hero pending tho arrlv J
nl of the Marama, upon which vessel
he will be given a fieo trip back to'
Captain von Dahlren, the Jovial I
skipper of tho S. N, Castle, Is losing 1
faith in tho bencfltont spell cast by
tliu possession of a "rabbit's foot.
Displaying u talisman which he claims
to have carried for twenty years, the
veteran skipper Is scrlonsl) consldci
ing a more subtlo antidote for a chron
Ic rase of "hoodooltls "
Thuro wore two Andrew Welches In
poit yesterday. Tho well known wind
jammer was lying at railway wharf
preparatory to tukitig on sugar ballast
for San Francisco and Andrew Welch,
the San Francisco capitalist, was a
through passenger In tho liner Man
churlu, en route from Orient to tliu
'I hero tiro ono or moro pinning mill
concerns doing business on upper.
(Jtieen street who continuous!) Ignore,
tho city's right to the tiso of the side ,
wniK rassougcrs ami visitors 10 1110
Wllhelmlna nt tho old Hackfeld wharf
wcro this morning obliged to take to
Ilia middle of tho thoroughfare In or
der to avoid piled lumber that enciim
bored tliu Hide walks.
At least one limit of the passengers
arriving In tho Matson Navigation
steamer Honolulan this morning wrra
strangers to tho port and to tho isl
niicls. Their first Impressions must
have been vivid as they stumbled over
piles of dpcajcd timber und waded
through Inches of dust or mud In tliu
scramble from the wharf to King
street. The Queen street o'pproach to
the now Matson wharf Is a crying dis
grace to a city making the pretentious
to beauty that Honolulu cloVs.
Per M. N. S. S. Honoltilan, from San
Franc Isto for Honolulu, May 22 II.
I' llnhmeler, I. A. Hates, II, II. Hem
rose, Mrs. Jno. II. Ilerr) man, Chan I..
Illtittt, U. 11 Iluttolpli, J II. Craig,
1', T Cleghorn, Henry Dciiison, W I"
Desha, Miss Jessie H. Diiuuei, A W,
Haines, W Hllerbrock, Mr and Mrs.
I II. Foss and Infant, J A. Qtbb, J.
1' Craves, Chas. M. Harris, Jno In
gcrsoll, C O. Knox, H. Lawrence,
Miss Hllcn It. Little, L. K McClel
land, 1). A McNamara, W. It. Otider
kirk, Leslie Pctrle, Miss Alzlna Pol
luck, l1. A I'ottoi, Mr and Mrs IL
1 Pulleii, Mr and Mrs Ceo Smith
and chlldicn. II. U. Smith, Mrs II 0.
Smith, Mrs S K Smith, Miss O G
Stamhaiigh, S T. Starred, Mr. and
Mrs. J K Strachan and children, II.
S SuRsman, Jos. Theabatt, A, IL
Throll, Miss Leslie Tulloch, Miss Mar
tha TullocK N. Wotklns, 8. I'. Wing.
Per stmr. Claudine, from Hawaii and
Maul polls, May 22. Mm. W, II. Alt
1 en. Miss W. Thompson, A L. Louis
son, S. Kclllnol, Mrs. Ada Long. Mrs,
C. Courtney, Tain Man Tol, IL IJ.
Ilcvens, D. II. Case, Mrs. Case, It. II
Church, H. H llnrt, Hev. V. S. Scud
dor, Mis, Sciiddor, J. C, Crawford, Lent
ou Tngnvva, A. llonebcrg, D L. Aus
tin, Mrs, J. j. Dowllng, A. M. Keolio.
Per stmr. W, G. Hall, from Kauai
ports, May 22. It. 1'. Spalding. W. II.
Kite. Mm. A. 11. nice, M. White. IL
C. Vnughnn, D. A. Whllo. Miss So
rahlru. C. II. Klin, Mrs. Choug Seo,
M. Spenre, II deck.
ASKS FOR DIVORCE
Asseits Clarence K. Macfar-
lane Has Neglected Her
Asserting that he has neglected and
lcfiised to provtdo for her since July,
I'll I, although competent to supply
Kitcli provision, Carrie V. MucfarlatiQ
toduy filed a petition In Circuit Court
nsklifg for a dec ion of absolute dlvoico
lroni Cluicuco K Mittfnrlauo. 'I ho li
belee, a well known young man in I lie
iiolulii, and who at pieseut Is suld to
ho lesldlug In Sun I'liiutlsto, was mui
lied hero on N'ovembor IS, I'll).), to tho
petitioner in tho piesunt action, tho
reiemoii) being performed by tho Hev,
The .motion of Noa W Alttll, conn
fcI for tho petitioner, asking. Hint tho
husband bu served with a not lee of (ho
suit, was granted by dtidgo Whitney
and tluS order will bo transfcircd to
the Coast metropolis and placed In tho
hands of a deputy sheriff, Tho dulo
fot homing the caso Is set ut July ID
at II u in.
Mil AN'D M(tS 11 K SMITH of Sap
Fiaiiclscu weio artlvals cm llio Hono
litlati llils iiiiniiliig, and aro rpglsteted
ut tlio ottiig 'the Smiths aro ro-vls
lllug llouoliihi aflei u romaiitlo couit
sltlp and wedding heio a few nioiitlis
ago, when as Mist Pheulu Hdvviuils, a
htndllner at tho llllou, Mrs Smith
was wooed ami won, Tho vvedillng
was pel formed at tho tliapcl at Wul
For Over 50 Years
this wonderful tonic has been pre
venting Ulni-M and restoring to
health tmii) who have been pro
Duffy's Pure Mail Whlskty
the world grentest medicine. Is In
valuable fot old and )0iitiK
Hold everywhere In HDAI.HD
IIOTTI.DS DMA .Medical bouk
lct nnd doctor's ndvlce sent free on
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co,
Rochester, N. Y., U. S. A.
I l'ASSKNOKHS Ii:i'UtrKl 1
Per M. N. S. S Wllhelmlna. for San
Francisco, May 22 Mrs J Andriido
and child, Mrs W I) Ilaldwln, Misses
Ualdvvtn (2), Master Ilaldwln, 1 II
Leaclle, Mrs. I. 11 Ileadle and two chll
clreu, Miss A. Ilocckmnii, C Ileig
fried, Miss A lle)er, Mrs Cnmeroti,
Miss Cameron, Mrs W F Cole, Miss
Cole, Miss A. Cross, II F. Danforth,
A Kdmondson, Miss V. Ferrelrn, Mrs.
Dr. .1, Forrester, C It G Forrester,
MJss K Ftillerton, (J. C Green, Miss
i: (lilt. Miss M. Hacfner, C V Hodge,
II F llageinann, Mrs l( G Hage
mnntt, It, Irwin, Mrs. II, Irwin und
child, J. Johnston, Mrs G F Kim
ball, .1 A Kennedy, Mrs. V, A Long
uker, Miss C Lyle, Miss G Lyle, Mrs.
Die. Mrs. W. Lam, Miss Lniir, Mrs.
II T Moore and child, Mrs W I).
Manson, Miss II. S. Mansoti, Mrs S
M. Morrison, Mrs. T. McCormlck, Miss
A. M. Oleson, Mrs. C. II. Palmer, II.
I'odmore, II, 11. Palmer, Mrs K IJ.
Porter, Mrs. A. Pferdner and child.
Miss IL A. Itluger, Mrs It Hose
war no. Mrs. P G. Itllt-y. I Stnlddy,
Mrs. J. Smiddy and child, Mrs ('. V.
Stnrtovant, Mrs. D. Scuddor, T II.
Hcharf, F. IL Slocro, Mrs F IL
Sttero and two children, 11. St Gcmr,
It. M Salo and nurse, Mrs II M Sate,
It W Shlnglo. A, II Tnrlcton. Mrs.
F. W. Ta)lor, Miss V. Thomas, Miss
II Wakefield, F. .1 Weber, W It
Wood, 13. O. White, Mrs H O White,
.1. West, F II Wood, Mrs. F II.
Wood, I I. Weeks, Mrs. F H Wilbur.
W T Williams. Mis. W T Williams,
P. (5 Williams, II A. Vlldei?Mrs II.
A. Wilder, It. It Znno.
For Sun Fianclsto, per O. S. S SI
erra, May 22 Miss W. II Altken.
Miss L. Anderson, Mrs Uallsh ntul
child, A. A. Ilelford, Mrs. llelford.
Itov. T. Carahcr, Mrs W. A. Curno),
It. II. Church. Mrs M. Coulter, Mrs.
II. Cressnty, Mrs. David. Dr. W II.
Davis, Mrs. Davis, I Delhech, Mrs.
Dobson, II Diimont, Mrs Dumniit, F.
L. Fort, Mrs Fort, Miss It, II French,
A. Garteuberg, Mr. Harris, A. M lied
rick, Mrs. Hedriek, Miss V.. L Hcrrlc.k,
T. W. Leonard, '. C. Lipscomb, Mrs.
Lipscomb, II. D. Mat-Arthur, Miss F.
J. Mead, Mrs. M. N. Meek, Miss A. H.
Mudge, Miss IL C. McCullotigli, C. O.
Notestelne, Mrs. Notestclne, J. .1.
O'Drion, Mrs. O'llrlen, Mrs. C. H. Pal
mer, II. n. Palmer, Mrs. C. C. Pear
uoiiH, Mrs. It. L. Porter, Miss Porter,
Mrs W, Hevcll and two children, IJ.
U. IDdcr, U. V. Schaofer. Miss Kalpo
Senna, J. J. Shlnucrs, U. M. Sim
mons, Mrs. J. II Smlthh, Miss L D.
Smith, W. JL Smith, Miss Springer,
Miss Springer, Mrs Anthony Stevens
and Infant, F. I Symuies, Miss S)m
mes, C M. Symonds, Mrs. II. A Tny
lor and child. Miss W. 'lliompsciu,
Mrs. J. Walford. Wulsteln Trio. W. II.
Webb, Mrs. Webb, Mrs M. Winston,
F II. Wood. Mrs. Wood, C. Worth,
Mrs. It O. Young.
I'cr P. M. 8. S. Manchuria, for San
Francisco, Muy 21. W, It Castle and
wife, Miss Florenco Yarrow, Miss C.
A Oilman, Dr 13. K. Wllllts, T II.
J laden nnd wife, Mrs. F P. llickerton,
T. llrandt nnd wife, Mrs C A. Mack
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