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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912.
I.rnlil ( hnplir No.
IS. 1t (fiittir.
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lloniiliilu Hrl Degree.
Hawaiian -'llilnl l( grre.
I hint li.Tc.
AH Tliltlni Diiraoini ol tk
Order are cordially invited ta
attend meeting! o( local ledf h
Mt on the
'Jml nml 1th
7:30 r. M.
ill her Aso
cl.it I ni tor-
1VJI. MrhlM,i: I.OWii:, M). 8,
h. i i:
Meets iviry "nil nml 4tli Satur
lilii) cm nine at 7 30 o clock In
IK nf I' ll.ill. cor Tort nml
Hen t mlH VUliiiiu brothers
cordially united to attend
A r gfktz, C. C.
K F KIL11KV, K. n. 8.
iio.Mti.ii.u i.oiKii:, cm, n. i. o. i:.
.Honolulu Lodge No C16,
' H 1". O Kike, meets In
their hull, on King Ht.,
near Fort, every Frldn
evening Visiting Hroth-
ers aro cordially Invited
a v. MrniMiY. n n
II DINSIlEi:, Sec.
OA1IU LOIKli: Ml. 1, K. of I'.
(fiXifk Meets every Ural and third Frl-
rx'M j . m ... .. ... ii.i-
uny m i on o ciuck, I'yiuiuti
Hull, cornir Ilorctanl.i und
J-'ort streets Visiting hrotlicrs
cordially Invited to attend.
1 A HAWKINS, C C
U IlKIN'i:, k ut II. ,t S
HAWAIIAN TltlllK -0. 1, I. 0. II. 31.
Meets every first nnd third
Tuesday of each mouth In
Fraternity ll.ill. I. O. O V
building. VliStlng brothers
cordially Invited to attend
HKNKY A. ASCII, Sachem
louis a ii:niiY, c. of n
iio.oi.ri.u AKitn: no, r. o. i:.
.",1m Meets nn second nnd fourth
,tgC, Wednesday evening of each
.4W month nt 7 30 o'clock. In
K of P Hall, corner Fort
nnd Doretanla Visiting bt others aro
invited to attend.
W.M JOXI.S, W. P.
J. W. ASCII. Secy.
IIOMILI'I.U I.ODCi: .NO. 600,
I,. O. (). II
will meet In Odd Fellows' building,
Fort street, near King, every Friday
evonlrlg at 7 30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMDHOSi: J WHITS', Dictator.
E. A. JACOnSON, Secretary.
Importer Fort St
Juit received by S, S, Sierra, the
very latest in fancy TAILORED
LINEN SUITSl alto OrJE-PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE
HIGH . CLASS MILLINERY
Club 8tabloi Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
MILTON & PARSONS
PHONE 3088 FORT STREET
BEAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at tho
Boston Block, Second Floor
1027 NUUANU STREET
Up-to-date Millinery and Men's Hati
Phone us your
(Additional Shipping en Page 8)
BUSINESS PULSE AT THIS PORT
Represents One of the Largest Transportation Companies
Now Flying the Flag of the New Republic Marama Met
With Stormy Weather Popular Purser Dotlti Receives
Sad News Arizonan Broubht New York Cargoes.
A prominent representative from i
the China Mutual Steam Navigation
Company, ono of tho strongest over-
sens and coastwlso transportation con-
ems dealing with business along the
i mist of Asia. Is declared on excellent
puihorlty ns intending to make al
brief visit at Honolulu while on n torn
trom Orient tn Orcldent. The Chlneso
KteaiiiMlilpmnu Is believed to bo n pas
senger In the .Inpnncso liner Cliln Ma
in. expelled to put In an appenrnuco
here on or about next Tuesday
The proposition to establish n
iiiius-Pnelue service under tho nowi
flag of tho Chlncso Ilepublic Is no now mo(latlll omcn connected with tho
one to the shipping world. It will bo (anadlan-Aiistrnllnn liner Mnrnmn In
remembered that It was not mnnyit10 cnI,acity of purser, received sad
montiis ngo that ur. Hun vol hen wns,noW8 n fovv ovenlncs ngo when lie
l'crnldcd far and wldo as having as
plrntlntii towards the starting of a
new lino to traverse the Pacific.
Tho China Mutual, like ono or two
other Cclestlnl-ovvned steamship lines
now doing business In Fastern waters,
Is believed to bo finely equipped tn
carry thr.nugh such n proposition to n
successful Issue. At the present tlmo
tho Chinese operate lines extending to
Slam, .!nvna. liorneo and tho StrnltJ
Tho prediction was vcntuied this
morning thnt should the Chlncso enter
tho lists practically all tho conllo trav
el would bo diverted to their steam
ers. This means a (onsldernhlo sum,
ns can be estlmnlod by the numbcr'ot
Orientals continually passing through
Honolulu ns steerage passengers In
Pacific Mall and .lapancso liners.
Lorn! Chinese aro on the qui vivo
expecting tho arrival of somenno high
Hie councils nf shipping and transpor
tation under tho flvc-barrcd flag.
Marama Made Brief Stay.
It did not requlro much tlmo tn dis
charge twenty-two tons general cargo
brought to this iiort this morning by
tho Cnuadlan-Australlan liner Mnrama,
and that vessel therefore mado n very
brief stop hero.
Tho Marama wns brought along tho
Fwa sldo of Alakea wharf before 8
o'clock, terminating a very rough and
stormy passage, which liad much to
do with tho dclny In arrival of tho
Tho freight received at this port
trom llrltlsh Columbia consisted al
most entirely of drums of codfish.
Tho Mnrnmn Is not crowded In tho
least with passengers. Tho steamer
arrived this morning with 47 cabin, 81
second- nnd 40 thlrd-rlnss passengers.
Among thdso who left tho vessel on
arrival nt Honolulu vvcro twenty young
girls, members of a Juvenllo opera
company which will open an engage
ment with ono of tho local theaters.
Tho Marama was dispatched for
Sydney by tho way of Fiji and Auck
land shortly before tho noon hour. Tho
thllty members of a negro minstrel
troupo woro numbered among tho par
scngcis departing for tho Antipodes.
Almy Fears Loss of Commlsslonershlp
Shipping Commissioner Hairy Almy
Is niidcavorlng lo Interest tho lenders
of the several business or commercial
bodies nt Honolulu in behalf nf a uni
ted effort lownrd retaining his ofllco
as United States Commissioner.
lly the mall received III tho llonolu
Inn tonics word that heforo Congresi
Is n measure which upon final passage
will cllmlnnto Honolulu ns ono point
wherein a regularly-appointed ship-
plug commissioner shall hold forth. In
tho bill tho list of olllces ordered abol
ished Indiidcs Honolulu, (lloucnstcr
Mass, Hath, Mo.: Norfolk, Va.; New
port News, Vn ; Pensatola, Fln.j nnd
Mnrkcd reductions have been madn,
In (he salaries of shipping commit'.
klonors, In wimo Instances a thousand
dollars being 'llppcd from tho stlpond
of a commissioner.
If Honolulu is eliminated from tho
shipping (oininlssloncr map tho change
will likely go into effect with tho 1st
Japanese Enter Appeal from Harbor
Japanese Miiupuu owners nro much
oxen lstd over tho recent action taken
by tho Harbor Commission In com
pelling tampan men to refrain from
storing gasoline on Territorial wharves
or In a position where It will bo a
mennco to safety of Territorial prop
It Is tho Intention of tho Harbor
Jas. H. Love
Commission to keep tho
fishermen nVvay from tho Hackfclil
wharf, where they hnvo been In tho
linlilt of unloading tlsh as well as tak
lug on supplies of gasoline.
A series of conferences between rep
rescntntlvcs of tho several fishing
companies and the Territorial nfll
clnls may follow tho Issuance, of the
recent order. In tho meantime Har
bormaster Foster Is enforcing tho new
law to tho letter.
Purser Dodd Receives Sad News.
(1. 11. Dodd, a pleasant nnd a room
was Informed of tho death of his aged
mother in Now Zealand.
Tho announcement of tho death of
Mrs. Dodd wns received nt Vancouver
through a cablegram. Tho Marama,
In which her son had sailed, had left
tho port some dnvs previous, and tho
messngo was relayed to tho Marainn
imm ino Hii'uiuur imhiuiui.
jyj, "0,1 Ii"!.? !V,t.'?. '.."tlio Panama canal and Its relations to
ml lllli pun, nun iiimuKll yi umpiuy
of uniform courtesy, who will deeply
sympathize with him In his hour of
Arizonan Brought New York
Honolulu merchants ns well as. Im
porters welcomed tho nrrlval of tho
American-Hawaiian steamship Ailzo-
nan In that tho vessel brought a quaiv
tlty of cargo forwarded from New
York by tho way of tho Isthmus of To
hiiantcpcc. Tho Arizonan, under tha command
of Captain Nichols, met with very flno
weather on tho voyngo from Tncoma
tn Honolulu. The vessel brought no
mnll, Tho totnl freight for this port
amounts to nhout 1500 tons. Tho Ari
zonan Is to bo dispatched to Island'
ports, including Illio, within a few
days. Tho freighter Is to load sugar
destined ror sauna uruz.
Stowaway Sent to Suva.
Harbor Oltlccr Weday shipped n
stnwawny with tho doparturo of tho
Canadian-Australian liner Mnramn for
Suva, Auckland nnd Sydney at noon
Tho man wns Bothered In by officers
In tho llrltlsh steamship Mnktira
shortly nftcr thnt vessel cleared FIJI.
Tho fellow was placed under guard
nnd on arrlvnl of the Makura at Hono
lulu ho was turned over to tho local
Tho stowaway was sent on board
tho Marama belnio that vessel was
ready for dispatch, and Instruct Ions
wero given tho orators to drop him off
at tho port of embarkation, which Is
snld to hnvo been Suva.
Honolulan to Load at Kahulul.
Tho hulk of freight brought from tho
mainland In the Mntsou Navigation
steamer Honolulan has keen lauded
on the wharf, and-that vessol Is bo
Ing mado ready to sail for Kahulul
Into this evening. Tho Honolulan will
tnko on 107fi tons sugar whllo at the
Maul port. Tho vessol Is expected to
bo back nt Honolulu on Sunday mom
Ing and between that tlmo and 10
o'clock Wcdnosday morning, tho hour
fixed for doparturo for San Francisco,
sumclent sugar to mnKo up a total
shipment of 8000 tons will liavo gnno
Into tho steamer. Tho Honolulan will
tarry a fair list nf cabin pasbongoru
lo tho Coast.
Ethiopian-American Line the Latest
An option has been obtained on tho
:i."i!)S-t()ii steamer Mndcrlcnsn by tho
Fthloplnn-Aincrlcnn Steamship Com-
pnny, and tho vessol when purchased
will bo put In commission between
Los Angeles, South American portH
and Liberia. Tho steamship has, ho-
fcldes a freight capacity of 3.108 tons.
u passenger tnpaclty of '010. Sho will
bo brought to Los Angeles and outfit
ted for tho long cruise.
Hyades Here In the Morning.
Tho Mntson Navigation steamer Hy
ades, from San Francisco by tho way
nf RenillB nnd Tncoma. is duo to nr.
rl.-.. l,ro In Mm mnrnlnc with n larnn
general cargo and a big consignment
of lumber on deck. Tho uyndes win
proceed to tho railway wharf to dls
TIDES SUN AND MOON
P ?E r f n p s
o- ft. 2 i ft
p tn. um. h m m
7 10 51 8.5.MI 13 3.15 S 13 6.31
til 1.0 7.M SlIV. ISon 6 IS 6 36
0 is 1 8 mj 1:1 i:; si ex
(on i a ii la sot 3tv m j
hoi i.i ijITo oo Ms 03'
im 1.3 n.r3 eon an msiut
1 39 1 II y R..TV i t mi' ess
Klrnt qunrtcr nf the nioon, May 23
Temperatures C u in. 7.1; S u pi
75; 10 n. in., 78; noun, SO; minimum
Inst nlRlit. 71.
Wind 0 n. m., velocity 9, direction
H.J 8,.n. in., velocity 10, direction N
K.; 10' n. m., velocity 10. direction N
11.; noon, velocity 10, diiectlon N. V..
Totnl wind 'movement for past 21
hours, 2H2 miles,
Ilnrometer tit 8n in, 30 08; dew
point nt 8'.t, rn., fit; remtlvo humidity,
8 a. m., G5; nhsoluto hiiinldlty, 8 a m,
Totnl rainfall during prist 24 hours,
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(Special I'nlilc to Merchants'
Thursday, May 23,
NO CAIlLi: ItFPOUT TODAY.
s- s- SIIINYO MAHU Will nrrlvo
from San Francisco early tomorrow
morning nnd sail for Yokohama Into
In tho nfternoon
- - -
Hyades Due In the Morning.
Tho Mntson Navigation freighter
Hyades, with n largo cargo of general
freight and lumber, Is making leisure
ly tlmo In steaming down from the
Sound. Tho vessel wns heard from
through n wireless message received
last evening, which stnted
M. S. S. Hyades, May 22, S p. m en
rnilfn frnm f-onut In llnlinlntii 3011
' tnllna frmn lli,inl,,li,. will nrrlvn O n
jr. S. S. Wllhclmlna, Mny 22, 8 p.m.,
en route from Honolulu to San Fran
cisco 128 miles from Honolulu, light
northeast wind, sen smooth, nil well.
(Icrinnns. Figure mi Shorter Ituule.
"Tho recent publication of statis
tics by the llans.i, of Hamburg, should
servo to correct n too common nnd
i, !...., i ,! .ih..
tho trade routes of tho world, says
tho Now York Tribune. "Thnt It will
greatly shorten tho sen rnuto between
tho two coasts of tho United States Is
obvious. So Is It that It will bring us
Into much more direct Intercourse
wltli the west const of South AniCrlin
Hut there lias been n notion extant
that It will offer few advantages to
commerco to other parts of the world,
and that shipping between) for ex
ample, Fnglnnd nnd Australia and
Knglnnd mid New Zealand will con
tinue to go by way of tho old mutes,
through tho Suez canal or around tho
Cape of Good Hope The error of this
Is seen In the Hnnsa's figures There
will be 800 miles saved by the Pana
ma route on'tho voyago from FnRlnnd
to Australia On that from Knglnnd
to New Zealand the saving will bo
twlco thnt dlstunce. Still greater will
be tho gain bctwoon Fngland and tho
Pacific ports of tho American contl
nents, namely 2100 miles to Valparaiso
nnd 6200 to San Francisco. Between
ICuropo and tho ports of China and
Jnpaii there mny bo littlo or nn gain
or even soma actual loss; et oven
that docs not provo that such com
mcrco will entirely shun Panama, for
tho reason that that route, if not al
ways shorter. Is moro direct and
Btralghtway than that through Suez,
nnd thnt Is no menn ndvuntngo to
some commerce. The moro tho mat
ter Is considered tho moro likely It
seems that tho patronage of our canal
will ho much greater than tno critics
If not tho ndvocutcs of tho cnterprlso
havo cstlmnted. This Impression Is
deepened by tho extensive prepara
tions which nearly" all othor maritime
nations nro enorgetlcnlly making to
Imprnvo tho opportunity which tho
opening of tho canal will afford "
Passing of White Skippers from
Jnnan Is rapidly passing from tho
old order lo tho now. Tho ambitious
nnd ranahlo Orlontnl (lovornmont is
ppecding tho dny whon It shall ho en
tlrnlv Indenondciit of tho Occident
end tho tlmq Is approaching when such
will ho tho caso.
It was not so long ngo thnt tho whlto
man was the tenchor and guldo of his
brown follow. Tho sonB of Japan's
leading families did not disdain to
servo as servants, coolies or laborers
111 order to gain an Insight Into tho
knowledge nnd pructicos of tho world
trom which thoy had been cut off for
They hnvo learned tholr lesson well.
Ilio Ilusso-Jnpaneso war furnished
ono object losson. Another Is nfford
cd lit such Instnnces as tho passing nf
tho last whlto captain from tho Nip
pon Ytiscn Kntsha linos.
It was only u fow days ngo that tho
Rude. Mnru arrived In port under com
mand of Cnpt. I. Asnkawa, a Japanese
Capt. James Oharles Illchurds, per
former1 skipper, wns tho last Cnucaslan
(iiminnndor employed by tho Oriental
(.oinpnny. , ,
"nun hv niio tho old guard of for-
Iclgn Instructors In tho Tokyo lustltu-
I tlons of learning nro gradually drop
I ulni- nut nf line." all English paper
published In Japan remarks editorial-
ly. -nicy nro innnmi.
gcr mon. foreigners or Japanoso, who
toko mo piacc ui mu
Tho young Occldcnlnl Instructors
nrc In latest touch with modern Wes
tern thought. They mil! nro needed.
The, .lapancso know nil that tho old
Instructors enn tenth. Therefore, tho
latter mo displaced.
It Is n chilling policy based on tha
survlvnl of the Attest nntlvo but It Is
tho gnmo that Japan, by experience,
has ascertained to ho productive of tho
most benefit to herself. Correspond
clico In Seattle Times.
Odd Lifeboat for the Pacific.
Honolulu mny soon be given nn op.
poftunlty of investigating the merits
of a now lifeboat, for which
things arc promised
Captain Olo Urndo, n Norwegian
snllor who in 100, cross the Atlantic
In the Uracil, an odd looking, egg-shap-cd
lifeboat, eighteen feet long. Is plan
ning an Interesting experiment on tho
Pacific. He has nsked tho permission
of several of the trnns-l'nclllc stenm
ship lines tn ho put adrift In his life
boat from the deck nf ono of tho lin
ers In mldoccnn, assorting that ho
would forfeit a good sized Bum of mon
ey If ho did not rench tho Coast.
llruilo says ho wishes to demonstrate
to tho shipping men of tho Pacific thnt
his lifeboat will not sink in tho Heav
iest kind of vventhcr. lie says that
tho boot can carry forty passengers
and provisions for thrco months. Ho
claims that fifty-live of tho craft In
which ho crossed tho Atlantic could
have taken oil the passengers and
crow safely from tho Titanic nnd
brought them to Now York without as
sistance. The lifeboat was Invented
In l'.in.'i, patents being obtained In Nor
way, Franco, (Ircnt Ilrltnln and the
Fulled Stales. Forty Norwegian
freighters nro now equipped with
ODDS AND ENDS
AT THE PORT
Tho Amerlcnii schooner llutiolpu,
destined for San Francisco, sailed
from liana on last Tuesday
Mall forwarded to tho mainland In
the Mntson Navigation steamer I.ur-
llns arrived at Snn Francisco on Tues.
There will bo only n fair list nf lias.
seugeiH lenvlng for Maul and Hawaii
porta In tho steamer Clnuillnc, tn sail
ut D oclnck tomorrow evening.
Tho stenmcr W. O. Mnll, sailing for
Kauai ports at I o'clock this evening,
Is Inking on general cargo of supplies
lor (Inrdcn Island plantations.
A 20 day trip Is credited tho Amer
ican schooner Fldorado, which sailed
from Honolulu Mny 2. Tho vessel ar
rived at Port Townscnd yesterday.
Coal from Newcastle, N. S. W . coiv
signed tn tho llnwnlt Hallway has ar
rived at Mahukonn In tho American
Bchooner Inca. Tho Inca was llfty
nine days In making tho trip from tho
Ten o'clock next Wednesday morn
ing Is the hour fixed for tho departure
of tho Mntson Navigation steamer Ho
nolulan for San Francisco. Tho Ho
nolulmi can now tnko caro of lift),
An aerogram from tho littlo schoon
er I.uka nt 1H0 miles from port, relay
ed through tho Pacific Mall Unci Man
churln, is reported ns received In this
city, In which It wns stated that tho
I.uka, with Father Ilouglcr and others
nil well on board, was on Its way to tha
Isles to tho south'rd.
Per Hr stmr. Mnrama, from Vancou
ver nnd Vlctorln, Mny 23.. Mr. Morris,
Mr. and Mrs. Stodnrt nnd child, Mrs,
rtuffctt nnd child, Mr. Kcokalakoe,
James McCandless, Mr, nnd Mrs,
Lacking, Miss Campbell, Mr. Lcnch,
Mr. Hnbliison, Mr. Fills, Mr Dodgo,
Miss Lew ing, Mrs, and Miss Wilson,
Mrs. Whltchend nnd fnmlly, Young
Itostonlan Thentrlcnl Co., Mr, Angus
Mrs. Nowlaud mid fnmlly.
IN MAHUKA CASE
Today's session of tho Fedoial Court
In the Mahukn slto caso was taken up
entirely with tho tross-qiicstlonlng of
Robert It. licldford, malinger of the
llishop Trust Co., Ltd., who Is testify
ing as an nxpert to Iho value of tho
IciibeB. and properties Included In tho
Hawaiian Trust Company's prcsont
United Stntes District Attorney
Ilreekops Bpcnt much tlmo endeavor.
Ing tn ascertain tho innthods by which
Itnidfnrd reached his conclusions, liar-
ticuiarly lu tho estlinntn of tho Innil
value, which Rcldroid yesterday sot
at $17Ji0 per squaio foot for tho strips
held by tho Austin mid Cummins es
NEW TRIAL DENIED
CHINESE; APPEAL TAKEN
I)r C I). Wood's sensational ulll-i
davit appavently cnirled littlo weight!
with tho court In the Chung Nuiig case
this morning, when It wns pi esc Hod I
with Attorney Ixirrln Andrews' ino-l
lion for a now trial, for the motion i
was denlrd by Judge Itoblnson
Attorney AndrowB, whoso client wns
convicted by n Jury recently of cilm i
Innl assault nn a littlo clrl. bail ox
coptlon to the couit'H ruling noted
Tho tuso Is tn bo appealed lo tho Ku
II. A Taft, son of tho President, res
iBtered ob a voter in Cambridge, Mass
to vote In tho primaries. Young Taft
Is n studont In the Horvard Law
THE SHRINERS AT LOS ANGELES
Notes From Coast Papers On Hawa'i's Showing at Big Convention.
Hawaiian Colonel Wears Sv
.Shoes In Tannic.
Ho wns ono of tho llttest and finest
In the parade yesterday, but todny
well, that's the story.
Some well meaning but lll-ndvlslm:
friend persuaded Colonel Sam John
son, from Hawaii, to wenr now shoes
In the parade. The Colonel Is looking
for htm today He was right there to
the lititf-wu) mark ns far as tho pa
rade went, hut when It enmo to nego
tiate the other half the Colonel was
not quite up to his prime.
He Is limping todny, Is tho colonel,
nnd sending thought waves toward his
friend thnt arc singeing the nlr cur.
rent ntid must make that Individual's
We're All Tired Out! (Innil Mghl!
The Shrlucrs nro getting up n list
of don t
These nrc It
Don't ask us tn sing Our voices
Don't nsk us lo march Our feet
TO BE DECIDED
Tho Alio nnd detnlls of opel.illon
nf lloiio'ii!'i's .icrotul nnnu.il Cle.iu-l'p
o of tho
I My vvl'l be il"rlded on nt
of tho executive com lilttco
Onliu Central Improvement Commit
tee, culled fcr 4 o'clock this nftnnioon
by Pnndcnt D von Datum Tho
meeting ll bo held -it 11. lHckfel-l
& Co. olTci-s Artlng-Covorno, Molt
Smith, who has been picked us "(leu
em!" of the Clean-Itp Dny campaign,
v lit be one of tho prlnrlp.il spoiiri
this afternoon, und I'd Towio'B dis
tillled plan si'bmltted to Hie enoril
committee rimie days ngo will be tlu
b.nd'i nf olsciiTilon
TOO MUCH FOOT-WARMER.
An nged guest nt n hotel In Pomo
na, Cal. put mi electric light bulb In
his bed to keep his feet warm. Tha
bulb was smashed while ho slept and
l.o nwoko to find tho bedclothes in
flames, lie burned himself badly In
extinguishing tho fire.
.OLD LANDMARKS TO GO.
"Tho Sun" nnd "Tho Illte." two of
tho oldest tnvcrns In New Fnglnnd,
tho former erected In 1000, nro soon
to bo demolished ns lire hazards. Iloth
Maud In Dock Squaro, Iloston, under
the shadow of Fancull Mall, and n mod
ern brick building will replace them.
J, llruco Ismny, president of tho In
ternntlonnl Mercantile Murine, siiileil
for ills linnio III Knglnnd on the Whlto
Star liner Adriatic Mr Isinny suld
tiiat ho wui worn out.
II II (liilbrentb, president of the
Second National Dank of Cincinnati,
was nrrestcd by n United States mar
shal on n charge of misapplication of
the funds of tho bnnk.
Tho son of Cecil A. Ferguson of
Washington, born on tho day tho Tl
tanlc sank, wns christened Archibald
Astnr Ferguson, In memory of Major
Ilutt and Colonel Aslor.
A civil nntl-trust suit Becking tho
dissolution of tho International llar-l Now- Hiiven, thence tn New nrl. City,
voslor Company under tho Shermanlnnd will rench Wnsbliigton, 1) C,
law will ho fllcd nt Minneapolis. nbout June 1
Duff Gordon & Co., Port St. Mary'e
Coekburn, -Smitliioj, Oporto
"Doge Head" brand, Kentish Town
The Old Bushmills Distillery, Ireland
G. H. Mumm & Co. ' Reims
Heidsick & Co. j
Marie Bnzard and Roger, Bordeaux
Otard, Dupuy & Co., Cognac
D. J. McCallum, Edinburgh )
Usher L Co., Edinburgh (
Buchanan &. Co., Glasgow (
James Ainslio &. Co.. Lelth )
E. 4 J. Burke, Dublin
Hiram Walkor & Sons, Walkervdle
OLD TAYLOR, in Bond
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l'eod and Drugs Act Xlullo 30, 1S0C, Serial No, 31131, lllud Willi
tho Scirctuis of Agriculture- at Washington, D C
W. C, PeacocK& Co., Ltd.,
Wine and Liquor merchants,
MERCHANT STREET, NEAR FORT TELEPHONE 1704
Don't nsk us to drink Wc'io cam
els und wo'vo got eight dn)s more be
fnro wo have another.
Don't nsk us to dine We've eaten
too much nlready
Don't nsk us to put on any morn
uniforms. Wo'vo changed clothesloo
Don't nsk us nnv questions. We're
nil tired out OOOI) NI01IT.
1'rliirrit I'rnvci Ileal lliirirnniiinii.
The Princess Wilhclininn of I law nil
rodo down llro.ulwny on a coal black
horse. The Arnh pntiol of Alolm
Temple from Honolulu escorted her.
From somewliero In tho crowd u
outh's hnnd rose nnd flung nn Amer
ican Hcnuty toward her highness.
She deftly caught It between tho
fingers of lior bridle hand, hut tho
beast benenth her swerved suddenly
at the flicker of red Upon lila
haunches ho sped about, but the prin
cess, with tho skill of n horsewoman
to tho manner born, sat the steed likn
A centaur, She reined him about and
followed the patrol. The tiiiwd
Wednesday, Mnv 22.
Tort Townscnd Robert Lowers,
Am. schr., p.m.
Thursday. Mnv 2.1.
Snllnn Cruz via San Francisco nml
Seattle Arizonan, A.-ll. S. S.. n.m
Vancouver and Victoria M.iruiun,
C.-A. S. S., n.m.
Thursday, May :
Sydney via Suva and Aucklnnd-
rama, C.-A. S. S., noon.
take fart on
All of Cnelc Snm's troopi t lint nro
nvnllablc will join in doing hniujr to
their country's soldier dead on Deini.i
Hon Day, when the battalion fiom
Fort Shatter and tho provisional bat
tnllon from Fort linger will march in
tho Qrand Army procession from t lie
executive grounds, to Nuunnii ceme
tery, whero tho memorial exercises,
nro to bo hold. Ucncrnl Mncnnib nnd
Iho department headquarters slaft
will also participate In tho ceremonies,
Georgo W. Do Ixing Post, G. A It .
has full chargo of tho memorial pro
gram, and It is by Its Invitation that
tho regulars nro to participate. Tho
engineer company nt Fort Do Hussy
would nlsn Join tho solemn lino of
march vvcro It not for the fact that tho
company Is split Into thrco detach
incuts, which are now In tho Held sur
veying. GOVERNOR -FREAR DUE
IN BOSTON TODAY
Though no word bus been reielvnl
In tile Inst few diis (ruin (liiverimr
I "rear, bo Is thoiiKlit tn have llnlslii-il
his long transcontinental! railway
Journey and tn have arrived In llos
tnn (ihIii) Mrs. I'nnr bus been await
ing him there, and after a ono or two
days' visit the (ouple will Joiunev tn
jAlo and Stout
Monopole, Red Top
Mcmm's Extra Dry
Grand Vln Seo
O. V. S.
Black and Whlto
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