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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1912.
I.eahl Cluipltr No. 2,0. I).
Honolulu i'lrsf pi uric.
Hawaiian I lilril Degree.
All visiting memoarn ol tt
Order arc cordially Invited to
attend mectlme n( local liagt
.Meet on the
2nd and Itlil
7:30 1. 31.
Yiil. JlchlM.n I.ltHCIK, M). 8,
lv. of 1'.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Satur
da evening at T 30 o'clock In
i K or r Hall, cor. Fort and
Hentntila. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend
A l'. G12KTZ. C. C.
V. F. KILUEY, K. R. 9.
lio.Mii.ri.u i.o i) oi:, eio, it. v. o. k.
. Houoliilu Lodge No. GIG,
B. I". 0 Elks, meets In
their hall, on King St.,
near Fort, every Friday
evening. Visiting Broth
ers are cordially Invited
A II MIT.I'IIY. 12 II.
H DL'.vsnni:. sec.
OAHU I.OIIfil. M). I, K. of 1.
. Meets every first and third Frl-
KJday nt 7 30 o'clock, Pjthlnn
Hall, corner Uerctanla and
Fort streets Visiting urothors
cordially Invited to attend.
r A HAWKINS. C C.
O lllJINi;, K. nf It. & 3
HAWAIIAN TIIIIIK NO. 1, I. O. It. 31.
Meets every llrst and third
Tuesday of each month In
Fraternity Hall, I. O. O. F.
building. Vhitlng brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
HENRY A. ASCH, Sachem.
louis a. I'Kimy, c. of it
IIONOLUM' AKHIi: 110, I'. 0. K.
Meets on second and fourth
, Wednesday evening of each
month at 7 .'to o'clock, In
K. of I' Hall, corner Fort
nnd Uerctanla Visiting brothers are
Invited to attend
w.m joni:s, W. P.
J. W ASCH, Secy.
II0.M)M'I,l' I.0IKJK NO. 600,
I,. O. O. 3U
will meet In Odd Fellows' building,
Fort street, near King, evory Friday
evening at 7 30 o'clock
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMI1HOSE J. WIRTZ, Dictator.
E. A. JACOI3SON, Secretary.
Importer Fort St
J tut received by S. S. Sierra, the
very latett in fancy TAILORED
LINEN SUITS) alto ONE-PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE
HIGH - CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stablei Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
MILTON & PARSONS
PHONE 3088 FORT STREET
DCAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at the
Miss Power, .
Boston Gdock, Second Floor
1027 NUUANU STREET
Up-to-date Millinery and Men's Hate
Phone us your
MANY ASIATICS 10
(Additional Shipping on Pago S)
MONDAY IN LINER CHIYO MARU
Quick Dispatch For San Francisco Promised on Tuesday
Morning Mauna Kea Brought Big island Produce
Barkentine S. N. Castle Has at Last Departed for the Pa
cific Coast Shinyo Maru Well Provided With Boats.
The Hawaiian Islands will recelvoi
a substantial gain In population vvlthi
Hid arrival of the Tojo Klseti Knlsliaj
liner Chivo Maru from Hongkong ami
Japan ports, on Monday morning. I
The t'lilo Mnru, Willi sn tons o
Oriental merchandise for discharge at
this port, is duo to reach the quaran
tine at nn early hour and will bo
brought alongside Alaken wharf with
out drla), provided that nn Infectious
illness Is discovered by tho Federal
medical stnlT. I
Aciordlng to a lato wireless mes
sage iceolved at the agency of Castlo,
& Cooke, the C'hl)o Maru is bringing
.'Ml Asiatic steerage passengers for
i lie Islands.
Of this number it Is estimated that
f laige percentage are Filipinos, whllo
a number nic from .In pan and are of
the species listed as picture brides.
It Ih the present Intentlou of tho
local representatives of tho liner to
dispatch the Clilyo Maru for San
Francisco nin Inter than 10 o clock
Coait Company Adds Lifeboats.
i:iUipped vvitli six nddltlunal life
boats and two rafts, making u total of
1, lifeboats and eight rafts, cuoukIi to
iiei inmniUlt 10!0 pe rsons (or 1'IM more
tlinn her Iticiistd carrying cupaclty).
tin- steamship ltenver, Captain Nt Ihoii,
arrived lit lVtrtlnnil from Los Angeles
itinl San l-'ninclsco.
Her owner, the S.m I'rnnclsco &
Portland Slcnmhlp Co. Is the llrst on
the I'nclllc Coast to act on tho terrible
lesson learned from tho Titanic disas
ter Tin- Hear and tho itoo Clt, the
remaining steamers of the "lllg Thicu"
Hi it. are to bo equipped In a similar
The 17 lifeboats now on the Heaver
will accommodate 850 passengers, and
the eight rafts 240 more. Her govern
ment license permits her to carry 714
passengers, and including olllccrs there
are 80 persons In her crew.
I-Vw of tho otllctrs know am thine
ulsiiit the contemplated chanse until
thej went on board the Heaver lit Han
lYiinclsco, wheic she was held one
round trip to undergo her annual In-
speitlon Despite tho argument often
useil thnt it would be illllleult to llnd
spuio on the big passenger stenmers
for more eiiulpmcnt than they had been
currying, tho ndilltlon.il boats nnd rafts
pluced on the Heaver occupy no valu
able room They oro on the hurrlcano
Additional llfo equipment Is helig
turned out for tho Hear at Kan Fran
cisco unil will bo ready for hr by tho
tlmo sho return down tho coast. It
will consist of eight more lifeboats anil
HferaftH, the sanio number ns was
nildeil rieently to the equipment of the
Flylngfish Shot on Board Steamship.
Soaring at a creator speed than an
aeroplane a llylngllsh shot aboard the
steaniHlilp Stanley Dollar, Captain
Timing, In tho latitude of Santn Bar
bara, struck Its head on a derrick
boom and dashed out Its brains, but
the boom was not damaged Tho tlsh
was more than a foot In length and
wh an unusually largo specimen. It
was served at tho next meal The
wings dangle In tho cabin of tho vessel
Otlicers of tho Btanjoy Dollar say the
fish made a remarkable leap, which
thej partly account for from tho'fuct
that n stroni- wind was blowing ,fter
it linil risen out of the water and spread
Its wings they were caught In Just
the rght iniiiiner by tho breeze. When
It struck tho boom It wns going so
fast Hint It rould scarcely bo seen.
When It collided with tho boom u dull
thud was produced that could bo heard
In every part of tho steamer
Hawaii Sheep for Home Market.
Sheep to tho number of 219 bond
wcro ireeived with tho arrival of tho
IntorUslond steamer Mauna Kea from
Hllo nnd way ports this morning.
Purser Phillips repot Ih n flno trip
aerosB tho channel with mndcrntu
trades and seas. The freight list in
cluded tho usual quantity of oinpty
vvlno casks, bottles and barrels, 32
crates carrots, 10 anchors, 12 bales
hides, 15 barrels wine, 20 cords wood,
214 packages sundries. 2.1 cases nf 111.
les, 1 crato turkoyB, and 0 crates chick
Tho Intcr-lBland coasting fleet Is' re-
Jas. H. Love
ported ns follows Tho Llkellke was
sighted at Hnnomu, tho Kalttlanl nl
llakalau, the Maul nt knvvalhac. Tho
latter vessel Is to load cattle nt that
pool tenia) nnd is duo to return to Ho-
I'oITilu tomorrow morning.
Portland Proud of First Steam
At the time tho United States Army
transport Thomas called nt Portland
from tho Philippines and Honolulu tho
keel for tho first slcnm schooner to
be built on the Willamette river was
laid nt that place, when nt tho McCor
mlck shipyard tho $140,000 McCormlck
ossolMultonomnh camelnto being.
Charles II. McCormlck, president of
the company, came from San Francis
en for the ceremony. James Muckle,
a St. Helens pioneer, laid tho plank.
The .Miiltonomnh Is to bo completed
about tho last of September nnd to bo
lowed to Snn Francisco for the Instal
lation of her machinery. Another Mc
Cormlck vessel Is to bo ready for
launching about a month after tho
MuKonomah. F.ach vessel will bo 207
leot long, 41 fect C Inches beam, and
1C feet 5 Inches depth of hold. They,
win nnve occommouations lor.nuom
60 pnssongers and ono million feet ol
Dollar Steamer Meets with Disaster.
A hoodoo appears to follow In tho
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wake of one or moro of tho well-known
Dollnr" steamers which ply the Pa
cific 'us frclght-cnrrlcrs. According lo
lato reports received from the Coast,
tl.o steamer Robert Dollar sustained
serious damage last month whllo on a
voyngo from Tucoma to Japan, which'
wns not mndo known until recently,
Shej experienced a severo gnlo 300
mllet off Yokohama during which tho
crane machinery was broken and tho
heavy seas washed nearly nil tho deck
Kilauea Plantation Mill Stops
Grinding will ccaso for, ono week nt
Kllauen plantation mill, according to
a report received today through olll-j
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tors In tho Inter-Island steamer No-.
can. Tho vessel returned from Kauai;
ports with 2000 Backs sugar. 1034 sacks
rlco, 40 sacks jiotalocs, 18 sacks coffee,1
4U gasoline drums, 3. empty vvlno har
lots and several packages sundries.
Tho Nociui met with northeast winds
nnd seas whllo a heavy swell prevailed
along tho leu sldo of Kauai.
Hllo Shipping. ,
Purser Phillips of tho Inter-Island
gtcamor Mauna Kea reports tho Amer
ican-Hawaiian freighter Alaskan sail
ing from Hllo last Thursday with tho
icgulatlnu 12,000 sacks sugar destined
for transhipment at the Isthmus nt
Tchuantcpcc. Tho Matson Navigation
Bteamer Lntorprlso and schooner Pros
per sailed Friday, tho former Inking
sugar to Snn Francisco and tho schoo
ner got nvvay In ballast for tho Sound.
Sparks from the Wireless.
A wireless messago jccolvcd last
night gives tho position of tho Matson
Navigation steamer Wllhelmlna as
.m. rv. b. &. vvtihcimina, on routo in
Snn Francisco, 8 p. m May 21. 830
miles from Honolulu. light north
winds, sea smooth, weather fine, all
Welch Ready for Sea.
Tho American bark Anclrow Welch,
vvitti sugar cargo, is posted nt tho of.
Ilco of C. Ilrovvor & Co., tho agents
for tho windjammer, to Hall for San
Francisco at 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning. Tho vcsbo! arrived hero on
May tb with general cargo forward'
cd from tho Pacific Coast,
Barkentine Sails Today with Sunar.
Tho barkeutlno Hawaii with 32,000
sucks sugar, 1b icpurted aB sailing
from Mnhukona today, destined for,
San Francisco. Tho vessol was tak
lug nn tho last of hor mainland cargo
nt tho tlmo tho Intcr-Islund steamer
Lulled nt tin, Hawaii port.
Pursor lllchtor of tho Inter-Island
steamer Noeau, an arrival from Kauai
ports this morning, reports 23,000
sacks ICealla and 4118 Backs Kilauea Y, Joined in the search for 10-yeur-tugar
awaiting shipment on tho Oar- old Itoulo Wren or, Unit vllloge, who
den Island, disappeared uccntly'
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TIDES SUN AND MOON
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First quarter of the moon, May 2.1.
Temperature 0 a m. 72; 8 n in.,
74; 10 a. in.. 70. noon, 7S, minimum
Inst night, 71. "
Wind 6 u. m, velocity U, direction
i:.; 8 a. m., velocity 10. direction II.;
10 it. m, velocity S, direction IJ ; noon,
velocity 10, direction N 12.
Total -wind-movement for past 24
hours, 207 miles.
ltaromptcr'ut 8 a m., :tO'H; dew
point at S a; m.. C2: relative bumldily,
S a. in., 66; absolute humidity, S n. in.,
Total ralnfull during past 24 hours,
VESSELS TO AND ,
(Special Cable Io Sfrrclmnti
Saturday, May 25.
SAN FRANCISCO - Sailed. May 2.'i,
1.20 p. m.. S. S Siberia, for Hono
SaUcel. May 24. S S. Illlonlan for
Honolulu vln Pugei Sound,
YOKOHAMA Arrived. May 21, S. S.
Persia, henco May 12.
1111.0 Sailed, Mav 23, schr. Prosper
for Port Townsend.
S. S. CHIYO MARC Will dock at
Alnkea wharf Monday nhout 10 a. in.
from Yokohama and sail for Snn
Francisco Tucsela) 10 n. m.
When tho Norwegian steimshlp Her
cules, Captain Wlllielmscn, which ar
rived nt I'ortland from the Orient vln
Seattle, wns riding out a storm In mld
occan u big, black Clilneso bear, belong,
lng to tho boVn, tore down the bars
of n cage ho occupied under tho poop
deck and proceeded to enliven things,
sas tho Telegram.
Ono of the mates, not knowing that
such an animal was on board, ventured
lllln tlin Hurt nf Hie vi.hiI uliern the
bear had been Imprisoned, to ascertain
tho cause of tho nolMi ho heard. He
sas the bihr wns producing soihuIh
similar to that made by a hie blow
snake As he got back near ihe engo
be nearly lot n year's growth, when
the bear. HtiindliiK on Its haunches, con
fronted him with open mouth, lolling
iKiiiifii nun twin itien niiHiin
tongue and outstretched arms.
Tho bear followed blin out on deck,
but made no attempt to overtake tho
lleclng man Ho was a circus bear,
having been purehnscd by n member of
tho Chlnco c row from n traveling show
just before the steamer Nulled. For
the next three days tho bear enjoyed
tho freedom of the steamer, evading
every attempt to capture him
He ascended the musts time and
again While up In tho rlgKlng he
would peer out across tho sen, evident
ly for the purpose of trying to see
some sign Indicative of n change In tho
There was a trained monkey on
board and tho crew linnressed him Into
service, thinking thnt It might be able
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to Induce the circus performer to r
turn to bis prison. Hut tho mm
could do tiothhig but follow him around
nnd jabber In nn outlandish tnnguo not
understood ,y iirulii. Finally when the
storm wiih over tho bear fell nsleep on
tho dtik and was lashed to the nialn
mnst Ijiler he was' returned to his
While the steamer was coming up tho
river one of tho monkeys gave birth
to a lube It was christened Seap
pooso. ii the steamer was passing that
town nt the time
Hllo Sugar Leads the List.
Sugars accumulating nt various
plantation warehouses on Hawaii In
elude consignments reported by Pur
ser Phillips of the Mauna Kea as fol
lows. Olaa ior.0. Walakea 3000, Ha
waii Mill 4000, Hllo Sugar Co. 25,000,
Onomen 4M4, Pepcekco 3000, llonomu
tnoo, Hnkalau 21,373, Laupahochoo l,r,
000, Knlnlkl 10,200, Kukalau 7000, Ha
mnkiin Mill 21,200. Paauhau 10,100, Ho
nokau 10,800, Kukulhaelo C000, Puna,
lull 9J10, and Ifonunpo 831)3 sacka.
Miller All Around Hut Nollilng I'sed.
NI2W, York, Muy 7. RecordB of nil
kinds hnvo been 'claimed by steam
ships coming into port, but nono more
struiigo than tho boast of tho Ceiliim-
Ililn, of tho Anchor line, which has
Just complelod a trip from Glasgow
without having sold n drink during
the entire voyago. Thoro wiih plenty
to ill Ink on board, hut all tho passen
gers wcio total abstainers.
Schooner Inca Discharging Coal,
Coal from Newcastle N. 8. W 1b
being discharged at Mahukona from
the American schoouor Inca, This
vessel Is reported to hnvo nrrlvod at
tho Hawaii port last Wednesday.
Mrs S A Smith, who has hud
charge of tin poslolllco nt South Snn
ilWlelil, Mass , for the past 27 years,
Is billeved to bo tho oldest postmis
tress In llm Culled Stutes. Sho Is b0
The school children of Valhalla, N
ODDS AND ENDS
AT THE PORT
Tho B. N. Castle Is nvvny on llm high
teas after a stay of some weeks in
Taking sugar tho bark Andrew
Welch Is expected to get nvvay for
snn Francisco on Hundny.
Carlos Santos, assault and battery,
wns lined ten dollars nnd costs of
court In Police Court this morning.
An cstnto amounting to $30,000 was
left at tho death of Caplaln O. F. Hoi
les. Into Inspector of hulls and boilers
nt San Francisco.
Tnklng n fnlr list of passengers nnd
n general cargo, tho Intcr-lslnnd stea
mer Claiidlnc was dispatched for Maul
and Hawaii ports last night.
K. Olm had trial before Judge Mnn
sarrat this morning for commuting
assault and bnttcry on n horso be
longing to another Japanese
Flvo thousand rolls of Dcnnlsnn's
Crepo Paper comprising nil colors hnvo
Just been received by tho Hawaiian
News Co., Alex. Young Iliilldlng.
With three arrivals nnd pcrhnps a
larger number of departures, the com
ing week gives promlso of being n
lively ono In locnl shipping circles,
Aknnn Ksplnda will appear before
Police Judge Monsarrnt next Tuesday
morning on n charge of malicious In
jury. Ksplnda is well known In po-
Annml, Japanese, was arrested on a
charge of cruelty to animals. It Is
said thai ho beat and cut n horse with
a big knife. Ho will bo tried next
TAC0MA BALL CLUB IS
TACOMA (Wash.). May 16. Tnco-
mns bnkchall club In the Northwest
ern League Is broke. Today Is pay
day and thcra was not enough money
to half pay the placrs, Tho llfo of
tho club Is In great danger, and un
less Tamnca fans and citizens conic to
Hip rescuo President A. 1-2. Hot hemic 1
k.hvs ho will huvo In ring down the
Itolhrrmel started the season on a
shoestring. Dnd weather produced a
dcnc'It In tho nuances, which tho mer
chants and stockholders had not made
up. Today Rothermcl threw 3000
booster tickets on tho market at $1
each, good for one grandstand admis
sion In a hurried effort In meet tho
payroll, but tho effort wns not suc
cessful. NEW BAG IN SASH RIBBON
Roman or fancy striped sash ribbon
If used In tho making of a hag wlilr.li,
when widely opened, measures it quar
tor yard In width nnd n hnlf jard In
length. This extreme length Is lu
tended In nccoinmndntc elbow gloves
without folding them and veils that
nro doubled from tho sides only
Against tho inner sides of the caso
are sewn two full-length pockets, each
one taking half tho width ami theli
mouths meeting at the center of tho
foundation strip of ribbon. Through
the lops of these hags Is run an enil
lessvchnln ribbon which when drawn
taut, forms a hanger and nlbii trans
forms the case Into a flat-iron-shaped
bag with fiulTy-looklng sides. This
case Is quickly put, together with ma
chine stitching and It Is ono of the
llttlo niceties which help to keep tho
smalt accessories froBh,
WILL PAY TITANIC LOSSES
AH the life Insurance companies
laving executive olllces In Now York
hnvo decided to pay their losses on
cvldcnco than certificates by tho
sieniusnip company that tho policy
1 1 olders sailed and wcro not rescued
I A completo list of tho llfo and nccl
.dent policyholders who vvero lost with
lino lltnnle Indicates that tin com
railing' total losses will reach almost
unit io ji.i. mrrr.s i-ohtcm:
Miss Grace Arrlngtnn Tint t. sixteen
years old, now residing In Liverpool
Kiiglnnd, will Inherit tho hulk of the
estate of her uncle. Mnl. Archibald
Wllllngham Hutt, lato military aid tn
rrcsiucnt Tart, who perished In the
Titanic disaster. Major Hutt directed
In his will tlrat after certain bequests
his remaining estate be converted Into
cash and paid over to tho "eldest child
of his two brotherrf.
111(1 IIOSTIIUtV FOR IKDLAMI
Anticipating the establishment of n
home rule I'lirilamcnt In Dublin In
tho near fiituro nnd realizing tho lack
of adequate hotel accommodation in
the Irish metropolis, Richard Crokcr
has englnuored n scheme by which It
Is proposed to put up ft liulc!lng closo
by tho Irish Parliament House, thnt
will rival In "c-qiilpment the Waldorf
Astoria In Now York.
I.H.IIT.M.MJ PLUS I'ltAMv
Twenty-two men were currvim a
bnr of Iron tvvonty-nliio reel long nt tho
Pittsburgh Steel Company's plant, unit
were about to place It lu Us position
in tho foundation of n blast fill nice
when it bolt of lightning struck tho
lion, twisted It Into un "S" shupo and
knocked nil tho men unconscious, In
ternally injuring two.
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HOME MOVING PICTURES.
A now lMlson promlso Is thnt of n
homo klnetnscnpo t hut will mnko mov
ing pictures avuilahlo fur everybody
lor varied purposes, It Is announced
thntevvhat now icqulrcs 1000 font ol
III in will bo compressed upon 80 fool,
and tho appuialus vvllV compuio vvitli
a Bowing innchliio In cost.
Invest jour money In llullctln
udicrtMng and II returns to ou
Four enlisted men of tho Marine
Corps, well fixed vvitli this world's
goods, nro gnashing their teeth lu fu
nic rngo ngalnst fate and tho fruity
wines of the country. They hnvo
plenty of money but no chance to
spend It. One of them has more than
S600 hut It might ns well be COO kukul
nuts for all the good It does him.
Tho quartette, nil short'timcrs home
ward bound. Rtrolled off tho Navy
transport Huffalo and went up town
for n fow thirst-quenchers Various
brands of Filipino vitriol I hey could
hnvo swigged by the quart, but they
venl up against Island tokay, and It
I roved too much for them. When they
cama to the Hurrnln was miles out
nt sen and there wns nothing left for
them to do tlinn to give themselves up
nl tho locnl barracks as left-overs
They vvero made prisoners nt large
and turned ovor lo tho tender mercies
of the camp police to mnke themselves
useful. They nro free aa air Insldo
Ihe HniltH of the enmp, but who vvnnts
to spend n Hawaiian vacation Insldo
Iho limits of camp when expense Is no
Tho U. S. S. Supply, stntlon ship nt
Guam, sails for San Francisco from
flunm tomorrow, according to cnhlo
ndvltos received at the naval station
today. Sho Is duo hero Juno 12, nnd
will Btny In port long enough lo re
plenish her bunkers. The Supply has
nn board a number of olflccrs' wives
who nrp retunilng,to the States.
The sailors and marines of tho local
station and barracks will sco that tho
graves of their comrades who Ho In
Ntitinnu cemetery arc jiroporly decor
ated for Memnrlnl Dny. The men lake
ii prldo tn this tribute, nnd nro already
circulating subscription papers for the
purchase of Mowers.
SHORT AND CHEAP
TRIPS TO VOLCANO
The change In running sejiedule of
the steamers to Hllo. particularly tho
Mauna Kea, will be of great service to
persons who mnko a visit nf short du
ration lu the Islands Those who wish
to- see the volcano enn leave here nt
4 o'clock Saturday afternoon and nr
rive at Hllo early Sunday morning,
leaving nt once for the volcano, nt
which place they arrive before noon
This will give ample time for it visit
to the small 'crater mid the koa and
fern forests In the Immediate neigh
borhood before i-tiirtliig for the crater.
The time nt the pit depends altogether
upon the visitors, most of whom lire
leudy to begin tho return trump be
fore midnight, mnl It the management
of tho hotel Is ns genial ns bis reputa
tion has made him, there will bo a col
lation for tho guests when they get
buck to the friendly Inn, where the
opInieiuH eif thoso who mndo tho Jour
ney may be given In front nf tho big
tlreplaee mid its glow Imr embers Mou
lin, iflir luncheon, the party returns
to lllln mid lenves by'tho Mauna Kea
nt !i In the evening for Honolulu, ar
riving lure nt 7 o'clock next morning
It Is n delightful trfp, mid tho price
charged, and which pays all expenses,
Is but .10. Theso Inexpensive short
trips will begin with the change of
schedule on Saturday, June S. Tickets
limy be had and berths secured ut tho
company's otllee, Queen street
After having lived ne.irl a o.
wltb n broken back, Dennis llovle of
New Haven is reported as djlim ut
St Itapluiel's Hospital
Tho Senate piobubly will iiincnd Its
rules seen so us to permit less thair
a majority of the committee to conxtl
tute a eiunriim
Duff Gordon & Co, Port St. Mary's
Cockburn, Smithies, Oporto
"Dogs Head" brand, Kentish Town
The Old Bushmills Distillery, Ireland
Louis Roderer )
G. H. Mumm & Co. '.Reims
Hoidslck & Co. )
Marl Brizard and Roger, Bordeaux
Otard, Dupuy & Co., Cognac
D. J. McCallum, Edinburgh
Usher 4 Co., Edinburgh (
Buchanan & Co., Glasgow (
James Ainslie & Co., Leith )
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Hiram Walker &. Sons, Walkcrville
OLD TAYLOR, In Bond
OXrORD CLUB DRY GIN t
MONT ROUGE CALIFORNIA WINES
Guarantied by W C Peacock & Co, Ltd, under the Pure
Food and Drugs Ait. June 30, 1000, Serial Nn 31 Ml, tiled with
the Secictury of Agriculture at Washington, U O.
W. C. PeacocK & Co., Ltd.,
Wine and Liquor Merchants,
MERCHANT STREET, NEAR
nre the cause of much 111 health.
To keep our stomach healthy mnl
Diitty'8 Pure Malt WhlcJcnv
If these dis
eases or oilier
bles have al
ready taken hold,
will quickly re
nloro tho dis
eased organs to thcr 'natural
Sold evcryvvbero In SI2AI.I2D
The Duffy Malt Whltkey Co,
Rochetter, N. Y., U. S. A.
t issi:.ni:iis ahiiivi:i
Poc ofine Tntilm Ken. from Hltll V hi
VNny ,)orll,i jiny 2,-,. Miss II. Clapp. C.
w McClannhan, II. O. Wntdron. N
Dlrlch mid wife. Miss llcrvey, Mrs.
W. R. llcrvey. Rev. W. II Fontcrn
Smith, Rev. F. Cullcn nnd wife, C. M.
Lovvys nnd wlfo, II. Lewis. T. 12. Lew
is, 11. W. Klnnoy, wife nnd son; Miss
es Greenwood (2), C. C. Trumplcr,
Mrs, M. S. do Camp, W. D. Stone and
wife, Dr. II. K. Emerson, J. P. Hewitt,
Rev. O. II Giillck, J. Morse, 11 Jlnunv,
M. Knlll, C. F, Wood, Jlio. IK'tor, MIsb
II. Hay, Misses Johnston (2), Mrs. D.
C. Roynl nnd son, MIbi L. Turner,
Miss J. C. Pratt, C. S. Onrlsmiili.
Jnck Molr, Jno. T. Molr, Mlbs 1).
Payne, S. Spllzcr, II. Fernandez, lien
Do Mello, K. Kiirnvvnbo, T. Osakl. T.
Shlbala, J. Isaacs, W. T. Frost, M,
Fnrrcl, Rev. W. 'F. Merrill nnd wife,
F. Rnerlng. A. E. Colin, J. It. Held.
Rov. Yco Bow. wlfo nnd three chil
dren; Rov. T. Iforl, S. S. Paxson, I). 3.
Mncallstcr. Dr. I.. M. Caso, J. Icrg
onsen, A, Cropp nnd wife", C. Wilcox,
M. O. Pnsehol, J. F. Mlrnndn. Rev. K.
Koglmn, (1. W. Slcel, Rev. Shin Vln
Chin, F. C. llorden, J.C. Souza. Clins.
Sang, Park Sing.
Per slmr. Claiidlnc. for Hllo. via
way ports, Mny 21. T. P. Melln, Mas
ter Melln, Mrs. Grclgg, Mrs. Roiri-,
Itec. C. O. Rolfe, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. II.
Caso, M. Tinker. C. M. Harris, Annlo
Aknna, J. Klrkland, Mrs. Davis and
son, II. P. nrlmble, wlfo and two In
fants; F. Swan.
Per T. K. K. S. S. Shlnjei Maru, for
Yoknhamn, Mny 24. T. Tl. llrnvvti,
wife and child; C. I. Lnndls nnd wire,
8teamehlp with Figurehead Startled
Old salts along tho Pacific Coast aro
declared to havo rubbed their eyes nl
thu speclnilo of n llrltlsh steamship
appearing at Portland, Ore., adorned
with nn Imposing flgurehend of n wo
man. Such embellishments ns are
seldom seen on ocean liners ndiirned
the llrltlsh stnamshlp Chut Mnelver,
nrrlvlng nt Portland. Ore., finm lapnn.
It attracted moro than ordinary at
tention tjierc. The figure Is Hint of n
woman, an ornnmont carried by many
of the oldtlmo llmejulcers. Hut mari
ners declare that this Is tho llrst
steamer similarly nrrajed to come to
(ho Coast In tho last fifteen jears
Tho Clan Mnelver was built ai Sun
e'crland less than IV& months ago and
during tho greater part of her career
sho has been engaged In the Cape
Town Indian trndo. This Is her llrht
trip to tho Pacific Coast. Sho Is own
ed by Cnyzer, Irvine & Co., of Glas
gow, who operato n licet of llftv-nluo
steamers. Only two of them ever
lini'rt linnn fin ll.a ("Vinaf flnlelr ,11a.
ratch vvns given tho Clan Muclver
Ale and Stout
Monopole, Red Top
Memm'a Extra Dry
Grand Vln Sets
O. V. S.
Black and Whito
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