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7-.r-yviiipi)!iyipgy"Fiij)Bj 23 flVKNlNQ nULLBTIN, IIONOLOHI.T. II., WUDNESDAY, AUd. 19, 1908. h- I A; WEEKLY GAIENDAR MONOAV Leshl No. 2 Regular. TUIIt-llJAt vi3UNiisrjAV IIIUMftOAV Honolulu Chapter Regular, G P. M. I'liin.w Hawaiian Third Dearee. SA1UHHAV All visiting members of tlio Ordor nre cordially Invited to attend meetings oC local lodges HABMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F. Meets every Monday evening nt , 7:30 In I. 0. O P. Hull, Tort Street. E. K HEN DRY. Secretary. UKN. F. V1CKE11S, N. 0. All visiting brothers cry cordially Invited. MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P. Moots every l!d mid ltli Tuesday Of each month at 7:30 p. m. ut K. 1'. Hall, corner Koit and llcrctnnln Sts. Visiting Drotbeis cordially welcrmio VI. I.. DYI.E, ( C, P. WADDKON, K. of It. & S. OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P. Meets overv first :ind lhlnl Fri day ovenlng nt 7:30 In K. of P. Hall, comer Fort and floictnnln. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to attend. A. O DEEDING. CO., JAS W. WHITt:, K.H.3. HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E. Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, 11. P. 0. n., will moot In their ball on King near I'ort Stret ovory Friday otun Ing. Ily ordor of tlio E. It.: HENRY C. EASTON, Secretary. vm. ii. mcinerny, i:. n. 7m. M'KINLEY LODGE Ho.8, K.ofP. ' Meets oery Saturday evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of 1'. Hall, cor. Port nnd llerctnnla. Visiting broth ers cordlully iutlted to nttend. w. i.. piiazee. c.c, E. A. JACOI1SON, K.il s. Evs HONOLULU AEBIE 140, F. 0. E. Meets on tlio 2nd and -ttU WED NESDAY ovenlng? of each month nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of I. Hall, corner llerctnnl.i nnd Port streets. Visiting Kagles nio Invited to at tend. W. h. I'KAZEE, W., Prest. H. T. MOORE, Secy. HAWAIIAN THIBE No. 1, 1. 0. It. M. Meets every first and third Thurs days of each month at Knights of Pythias Hall Visiting brothers cor dially invited to attend. A II. AUDEIOH, Sachem. A. K MURPHY, C. of It. ii-11--- Pacific Photo Gallery Best and Latest method of photogra phic work. 17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU. K. HAMAMOTO, Manager. FEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR Delicious Cakes nnd Candies on hand at Fugetsudo, 17 HOTEL ST. TEL. 471. Fi S. Naami, Kodak Developing, Printing, En larging nnd Interior Photo graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nituanu & Bethel, ' THE CHOICEST. STEAKS THE FINEST CUTLETS Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs. THE CRITERION CAFE, Waverley Block Bethel St. PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND TINTING. General Jobbing A Specialty. Dealers in Wi aper. Paints, Oils, etc. P. 0 E.s 914. 221 Ho. King St., cpp. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, mgr. EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK done by the FRENCH LAUNDRY with their new FRENCH dry-cleaning process. 237 Beretania St. Phone 1491, ""JWillt I li" ift ill firfife '"' '-' USStkkUL -,. If A Better Beer Tlinn Rainier Has Been Made, It Has Not Been Tut On Sale. You Can Get Boinicr at Any Bar.' Wholesale at Rainier Bottling Works TELEPHONE 1331, enMM i.'jm . icgjR.atTa.-in.vM3g'Tcaj3 If .... ..-.l ..t.i n.i f " juu iilvu ituuucr uoocs, Ret the BEST. They cost no more than other brands- CHAMBERS DRUG CO., Fort and Kinir Sts. tVMX3i ... .. T03U& U Absolutely Certain You save! When you get us to mnko your clothes nt ready-to-wear prices. "r $25. suits have no comparison. Tuxedo Suits $30. up. GEO. A. MARTIN, Hotel St. The Only CURIO SALOON in Town is the Orpheum Saloon right next to the Orpheum Theater. Come up and have some fun. Potted Plants Cut Flowers Mrs. E.M.TAYLOR i YOUNG BUILDING. For The Home A VICTOR On Our Easy-Payment Plan. BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.. LTD. AGENTS FOR EDGEW0R7H and QBOID Tobaccos The only two good smoking Tobaccos in the Market. FITZPATRICK BROS. and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE. The latest and larcest assortment of hand-made and painted leather postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow ers and Fruits, at Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant. PINEAPPLES AND BANANAS. Wlinloal( nnd T?Mm'l Fiesh Every Morning from Wahiawa. Kapiolani Bldg. ALAKEA STREET, near KING, Qlr"For Rent" cards on sale at Rll tln nffi 'net ""-" lTrfTyt 'r'-"' "1'rl ! 0 'I lv Yt I SV- -.-Ml 1 ''' I I w tei .j-j;jdej.i LOCAL AND GENERAL Bulletin Want Ads. of ten words cost ten cents a day and al ways get results. MlB KruriiH' rrt'sli chutney is now 25c. nt nil gmcery Uoies. Pnrndlso of Pacific Fleet number for snlo nt nil newsstands. Sir nnd Mrs. T. G. Duties ttlll lento this afternoon for England In tlio Ma niikn. Call 3C1 or 41, day or night, for Manuel K. Illchards In his now Frank lin automobile. ' Among tlm passengers who will xull In thu Miinukn today nio Mr. nnd .Mrs. (1. Wnterhouso. Mr. Illld Mrs. lllrlnn-,1 linn nr.. booked to ilojmrl In tlio .Manuka nt I oi-iucK mis lutoinoon. Theie Is n nicely furnished house on thu corner of Kniitobuil nnd I.una lllo KtuetM Tor lout by Joseph Kilboj at the Honolulu postolllco. On Installments llf J.I lir lilnnlli v,in can purchase a While Pumlly ltotary noulnir m.u'liliip ltiimv .c r-n 1.1,1 agents, 126G Port St. Phono 4SS. Cecil llrottti nnd hs stepdaiighrt'r. MIrh Iieno Dickson, and Ills cousin. Miss Ada Itllodf'H. ln.in In llii. Mm. ii ha iniiiiy ror mi cxtcudiil trip iibniad Hnt'o VOIl SPcn It t TVi nt? ITnl. versal Adding Machine. Come in and see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd. Copies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet Edition, wrapped ready for mailing, can be procured at this office for Ave cents. Cost of mailing, three cents. Wo haw thu famous loose-IHtlng II V. I), content undeishlrts mid kuoe draneiH In .tour slzo at 75c a garment. M. Mclnerny, Ltd., coiner of Port and Meichant htreetn. Miss Mlil.nn N'clko of New York ttlll glto a dramatic lending nt tho Kllohann Art League on Muml:i i-tvn lug nt 8 o'clock. Kiirlher mitlces ttlll ilppcnr In later Issues of this paper. ICdttard Prank I'atfim n (',.i.i,ll-.n ppplled for final uattirallntloii papers In the otlleo of tho eltrk of tho United Platen Dlslilct Court i'Ktei.la. Tin matter will roinn uti fur fln.it .i.ifm.i. cation In Notombcr. Mauacor Y. Akal. of tlm 'nlr,imi.i Spetlo Dank, Is Improving In health. At one tlmo his physicians considered his condition most rerlous, hut his h- cotery Is so rapid thnt ho ma bu convalescent In uboiit'ii moiitli. Mine. Airal. the talented Piench singer, who h:iHlioen Mijoiiinlng In Honolulu Tor many weeks, deiurts foi the mainland tho Kproml u. .!.- i a.,... (ember, and owing to the near dale of her itepnituro tho hope Is expressed by man) miisleallt-lncllnoil iifiml.. il.it Mine. Arral ttlll ulvo a faimvell ran. cert. T. Cllto Davles, who will sail In tho Alnnilkn Miih nfloriMinn for Pin.liii,! with Mrs. Davles, called on K. Abe, tho .lap.ineso Acting Consul this fun.. noon. Mr. DatleK was until leeenilv Vice Consul for (Ireut llillnlu i II.. nolulii. Aftet chatting for sonic tlmu with Jliv Abo. Mr. D.itloi sabl iilnli.i and calm- utuiv. Through it tiansfer that has Inst been efTetteil, the Department of Dd licntlon has become tho no-mcfcMir of the Mchilens propel ty, on which tho Agilculliiral College now stands, fiom CclII Drown, tho owner. There me inipioxlmalely 30.00 Miuaio feet of land In this tract, nml Hi., m.- IhiiIm-iI talut) of It Is $4,73". HO. Tlio (internment will glto Mr. ill own. In exchange, land of an ofu.il uppiulsed tnlue. The laud adjoins thu new High School site. t MRS. DREIER STARTS (Continued from Pce H cotmlstlng of shares In August Dicier, Miultcil, to tho iippioxlni.ito value of SOOO.OOO. The complaint also states that tho purported deed of trust was rut lecnided In the Hawaiian Iteg Ifctry of ConvevanceH until tin. inn. lay of May, 1'joS, alter tho death of me granior, August Dieter, therein llllllied. Again It In nt.-ili.il tlmi -I.... mediately after tho execution of tho irus'. i ecu iv AitL'iiut ni..ini- ,., .... edited n ceitnlu document purposing to bo his last will and testament. And. by vlltlio of Mrs lln.lm-'u .1,,... tr right, being entitled to ono-thlid port In nil laud owned by her Into hus band, nnd albo (o ono-thlrd of nil his movable effects, sho Is therefore en titled tO OllU-tllIrd llllKOllllll llllnnul In the hhnres of stock puipoited to lio toiivejuu imiior the deed of tiust to Cecil Hi own, us trustee. The coin I hllnt alleses thnt 1'nim.i limine li... dcninndcd fiom Cecil Ilroun inwinn mill Cecil Hi own nnd P. A. Schnefer,' ixeeiuors oi tno will, per dower In, the shares of stock, but sho has been IcfllFcd by them. Ipuvlnir lu.t- Mill.,,... other means than her dower under tho win, Mrs. PnitntL 1lrnl.it- itini-.,rn..n throuuli her uttorinn- M. 1.' ir,,jn after giving nunieioim other leasons, prays that tho purported deed of trust bo declared null nnd void. Tho IMIiciS worn mrwil nn Onnll Iliown this morning. 1 THK MEXICAN nml tlm Atl-,.,,, of tho Atnerlcau-Hntv.illaii line, me expected to urrlvo nt nny moment, thu former from Han Priuiclsco and tlm inttor iroiu Beattlo. They both bilng lingo freight for this port consigned to Hnckfeld & Compnny. ST BULLETIN ADS PAY -at? A Most Excellent Assortment of SUITINGS THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN. W. W. Ahana Co., LIMITED unv oi, rilUHfc 0140. T. a VTm dm v.vn- -nH JiiTfiilitliiliiillMfffliilifiyiiilitiH FORTYEIGHT IjAKE MOHON'K, N, Y., Aug. IS. On tho occasion of his retire ment from thn liptlvn list of (tin Maw llw A.fMfH..i i..n.. .1..1 i ... - -- - - ay in ii siieccn innt America must nnte n largo navy to malntnln her po fclllon umong the Powers. He sabl Hint the needs of tho country demand ed lleets of ttvent-foiir baltleshlpM In both tho Atlnntlc and l'nclllc oc cans. Today being Admiral P.vnns' birthday ns well ns tlio date of his re tirement, ho tvns 111 iciolllt of scores of letters nml tut,. ,-,.,,,, ll oter the country. CANAL IN WASHINGTON", D. C, Aug. 18. Ooethuls slutcs that nt the ptosciit rule of progress the canal will bo completed within flvo years. CASTRO LOOSE A0AIN CAItACAS. Vcnez.. Auc. IS. President C.istm has cieated n son- satlon by lefiiMlng lo nllotv tho llru zillan Minister n credited heio to tal.o charge of Premh InterestH dur ing thu enforced absence of tho Min ister for Prance. PROGRESS OF CANAL HPASCAItAN. Panama. Aiic 1S. Work Is nrogrehslug innldly on the canal excavation, Hfi.UOO foot lmvlng been remitted since Prlday last. GOOD NEWS ARRIVED TACOMA. Wash.. Aug. IS. Tlio oieiduo bark Good News, which was 2(i!l days out from Delaware Dreak- water, nrrltod safely today. MILITIA LEAVES SPRINGFIELD SPItlNGPIEM). III. Anc. IS Tlm situation Is much uuleler heru nii'l wo of tho inlllt la leulmentH bnvn been allowed to Ie.it e. FLEET OFF SYDNEY SYDNEY. Alls.. Auir. 1!). Tin. nn. Mlltm of the Anierlean Atlantic Pleet on thli dute, us icported by wireless, was I li II miles out. ANNIE PECK LOST LIMA, Peru, Aug. IS. Word has leached hern of the loss of tho ship Aiuilo Peck off .the Perutl.in coast. Tho bllieuu of rlintnUirv ni u.iei.. iligtou has fontnl thnt ti tiil.-i, .,..... will letenl many ndiillernnts In frods innt urugs. It may surprise those who have always thought of the German people as "heavy drinkers" to learn that competent authorities have attri buted their success as a nation chiefly to their temperance: The secret is that, though they drink a great deal, they drink Beer only, while other nations have their wines, whiskies, and vodkas containing a large percentage of alcohol. Those who drink beer as a beverage are always the most temperate. In Honolulu you should drink the beer that is brewed to suit the climate PRIMC) BEKR. This soft, mild beer contains less than three per cent, of alcohol. BATTLESHIPS, -w -.. .1111111,11 uvitiin lluuoui'U lll- HVE YEARS CHAFIN IS NOTIFIED CHICAGO. 111.. Aug IS. ICucenn Chafln, tho nominee for President of tho Nntloiint Prohibition party, ro telted tho iiotlflcatloii committee to day. WON AT TENNIS NEWPORT, It. I., Aug. 18. Hack ctt and Alexander defeated Wright and Mttlo today nt lawn tennis, thus retaining the American cbnniiiton. ship for doubles. DRIVING .NEGROES OUT KNOXVIM.E. Tcnn.. Aiur. IS. Ilodles of nrmed whites nro drlvlnir tho negro mlneis ntvny from tlm mines. THE STEAMSHIP Manuka of tlio Cmiadlun-Austrullan line, came In a day ahead of scheduled time, nrrlv nig H'storday nfteruoon fiom Aus tralia. Among her p.if-scngcrs Is I.udy Thiirn. wife of tho Ooternor General of FIJI. Sho Is accompanied by her niece, Miss Chnrmer. They nro on their way to England, to bo followed by Lord Im Thurn. The ladles were met nt thu whurf by A. Hume pord ami It. H. Trent nnd riininml i v. klkl, tvheio they enjojed surf-riding. Tho Manuka will leave this afternoon tor nncouver, sailing ut I o'clock, to THE I.ITTI.E Etetimer .liiim.i tin. keo anlved this foieuoou nml doclted at the llghthoiiKO tiler, wheni uh.i u discharging her cargo. She docked so iloso to the hand pllo that tho people ashore thought that she was stuck in tno mini. Ciiio u number of long- mii emeu were interested spectators. THE SCHOONEIt Crescent Is still illschiirgliig coal nt Mnkawelt. The Home Brew lenses fitted Single or dnnhlf 1nAa nrnnnA nnA ; fitted. Absolute Accuracy guaran- i ecu. BOSTON BUILDING TIDES a-n,. fi. a.m. a n p m- Klm 17 IS l'l 3) i j i a ; I t sj s a.-, f, w r. a-, n V !U I.I '2l io' i -M ' f, 10 6 -M II IS iimt-v u it 2 si ss it Mi.cn lo, .i:' jm A 10 r. -ji O'JI r. 21 fill .".41 f. II t.m. U'."J I Id 2U7 '.' .v. -'1 HJ !,i .s Ii fo K n it n.m. I "-') I.S. U 10 .'. .VI u i i ID I '.I, I It I-, It 10 ti ji Last quurtcr of the moon Aug. IS. Hawaiian standard tlmo is lo liuun 30 minutes slower than Greenwich time, being that of thi mcrldlnn of 15; iegrecs 30 minutes Tho tlmo whlsltv blows nt 1:30 p. m which is tho same as Orcenwlch, 0 hourc 0 minutes. Sun nnd moon nro for local tlmo ror the nholo group. IN FOREIGN P0RT8 Monday, August IT. SAN PIIANCISCO Sailed Aug. 15: 8. 8. Alameda, for Honolulu, 12 in. 8. S. Lurlliie, for Honolulu. SAN PIIANCISCO-Arrived Aug 1C. S. S. Manchuria, from Honolulu, henco Aug. 10, C ji. m. Tuesday, August 18. SAN PItANClKCn Snlli.,1 Aim- ic. 1'. M. S, S. China, for Honolulu, 1:30 ti. ni. SAN PltANCISCO-Arrlved .Aug. 18: nt.. it. r. linnet, irom Honolulu. Wednesday. Aurtuit 1Q YOKOHAMA Sailed Aug. 19: 8. 8. Munnilln. for Itniiiilnln SAN PUANCISCO-Airlted Aug. 19: b. h. iiiioiilau, rniui llonoliilii, hence Atnr. II. .1 o. in SANTA CKUZ A'rrlte.1 Aug. 19: iiki. uoronado, fiom Honolulu, ills nlileil; leaking badly nml will bo towed to San Francisco. Bulletin Business Office Phone 250. Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185. ARRIVED Tuesday, August 18. C.-A. S. H, Manuka, Morrlsby, from Colonies, 1:30 p. ni Wednesday, Aug. 19. Stmr. Klnait, Gregory, fiom Knunl, a. in. Stmr. Chiudlnc Dennett, from Illlo nnd way pints, 1:47 n. ni, Stmr. .tunics Mnkee, from way ports, 11:15 a. in, lik. Alexander iBonbcrg, from Hum burg, 11:23 a. m. 4 J. DEPARTED Tuesday, August 18. Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for Kauai ports, 5 p. in. Stmr. Mikahala, for Molokal nnd Mnul ports, u p. in. j. SAILING TODAY C.-A. 8. S. Manuka, Morrlsby, for Victoria nnd Vancoutcr, 4 p. in. PA88ENGER3 ARRIVED f Per stmr. Klnnii, Gregory, from Knual, Aug. 19. W. Pnssoth. A. V. Pet i-u. Mis. N. C. Aloxnnder nnd 3 boys, .Mrs. P. E. Chninbcrlaln, Mrs. Meyers, II. J. Lyman and wife, Mrs. Parrell. Mrs. ltlcliardson, C. T. Mttlo John Miss Kckcln, Miss Souza, Hos'o Fernandez, .Mrs. You Wall and family, Mrs. C. I,. Wight, O. C. Morton, A. .1. Illncknuin, O. P. Derrick, C. P. Her lick, Jr., Airs. Carson, Miss Klumtnc, Per stmr. Clnudlne, Dennett, from Maul nnd wny ports, Aug. 19. Mrs. Dennett and daughter, Mr. Kntval, II. W. Kinney, Miss A. Pnlkull. Miss I,. Pulkull, MIbs Koll, A. A. Dens nnd wife. S. M. Iliillou nnd wife, Miss Knnpp, C. W. ll.ildwln, Mrs. Wond, Wong Sun, Mrs. L. A. Thurston. Slu Dee. Ilio. Louis, Pro. Frnncls, C. A. McDonald and 54 deck. Per C.-A. 8. 8. Miinukn. from Col onles. Aug. 18. Miss lnglls, A. S. MncKean, Mcsdamcs Dunn. It. 13. Woodtvurd. Helly. Misses Dunn, J. Hegurtv. J. I.. Ilnllv. T. tVni-,1 t..Uuru G. Giles, M. Armldls, P. T. Helcserj P. CnrstliiH. .1. Dergstrom, Muster W. Gehrlng, P. uieiiariisnn, a. AKimoto. Klin Ho Yuen. Pnk In Yuen, Ah Cheong. .-.. r I r39cnULH9 BOOKED JL Per O. 8. S. Alameda, for San Fran Cisco. Aug. :, Miss A. Miirman, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wnterhouso nnd child, Miss Carroll, Mrs. .1. 1. Moses, P. J. Achilles, Miss II. Hcllbron, Mrs. Mc Lean mid daughter. Miss S. E. Perry, Miss D. Itlckurt, Mrs. E. C. Shrews bury. Miss M. 1?. Itrnen MIqu A t'Al. W'l, Mrs. M. A. Slltn und son, Stan- woou uouge, Jllss Jessie C. Shaw, Mrs. Dlckcrson, Miss C. Mucdouald, MrS. HllttOll. MISM .1. fi Mnli..r M mid Mrs. W. W. Primer nnd four chll' iiren. air. nml Mrs. A. A. P. Held. Miss G. Held, Miss Nelke, Mrs. J. Coulter. W. A. Kinney. Mr. I.nrkln, Jr., F. W. Eterton. Mr. Honuet. Dinu A w J. D. Kenton, O. F. Hcnton, Jr., C. He- oeiiiaiiu, tvue nnu iiaugliter, Mr. Treu nor, II. A. White. E. T. Wlnant, S. II. Moses. Mr. nnd Mrs. I.. Atlnnl.nri- Mm. Gardner Wilder, Miss Graco Tow er, .Mr. Elam, Mr. nml Mrs. B. T. Cas per, a. scnnncK. s. Wltkowski, W. II. I.eahv nnit frlnnil Ktm Turn. n m.. Tong Phong nnd three children. I PASSENGERS BOOKED Per 8. 8. Mniiukn. MnrrUlu- r,.1T Vnucoucer, Aug. 19, 1 p. in. Mr. nnd airs. t. u. navies and fnmily, Mr. nnd Mrs It. Ivors, Miss McCIellan, Mrs. (1. Potter, Miss E. Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. O. Wnterhouso and child, Cecil Drown, Godfrey Drown, Miss A. Ithodcs. Mlhs Irene lllekmni Ilm- l W. Wadmnn, Mrs. W. A. Greentvell! C. 8. Davis. 8. rtoilL-n Mr im.i m... H. I.. Hhodcs. H. F. Scluocder. Mr! nun airs. I). H. Davis, Miss E. Meyer. M. Phllp. M. J. Hooley, C. II. Elchler. Miss A. E. I-a Voy, 7 steerage HONOLULU WEATHER Wednesday. Aug. 19. Temperatures C n, m., 72; 8 a. in.. 78; 10 n. m., 79; noon, 81; moinlnm minimum, 72. llaronictcr, 8 n. m.. 30.04; nbsoluto humidity, 8 n. in.. G.1G0 grains per cubic foot; rclatlto liumldlty, 8 b. ni., GO per cent; dew point. 8 a. m., G3. Wind fi a. m., velocity 1, direction N.; 8 a. in., velocity 5. direction IJ.; 10 n. m.. velocity B. direction V iff . noon, velocity 12, direction N. E. uaininu uiiring 24 hours ended 8 a. in.. .00 Inch. Total wlnil mnnmntil ilurim of iioiiis eniicu ut noon, 1U3 miles. i- WATERFRONT NOTES f THE 8TEAMEH Plmnlln,. ni-rlvo,! this morning from Hllo nnd .Maul ports one day nhcud of her regular time. Sho brought ns her cargo 38 crates stoves, 14 barrels empty hot tleSj 1 automobile,," horses, 44 hogs, 10 packages hides ami NI imeViii,.u simdilcs. TEE AI.BATKOSS, tho deop-sea fishing ship, which vUlted thin port homo tlmo ngo, hits been turned over to the Navy. Commissioner Dean C. Woicoster, who has had In charge tho W'Olk laid out for thn Allinlrnuu ..nl.l thnt tho appropriation 1ms run out. J'imsKll GIIUUE of tho Klnau ro ports 'tho followtnir Rtifrni- ri.n.iv r.. shipment on Kuuai: W, 2200 bags V. K.. GOO: K. S. M.. 2010? MnW 90. 018; O, & It, 2050; P., 292; II.' M.'. in; ai. a. uo ouu. THE KINAU nnlved from Knual this morning with GGS0 h.-iiru kih.. om hags rko, 25 hd cattle. 250 sheep, "ni ijukh iiiiii. -- crates pears. GET INEXT to vourself and let in hntM 41.. noe. rowincr-boat. nr varht mM.i. - have in mind. We'll have'it ready n no time, and the price will be to low that you will wonder how we can do !'!!e've done i4 however: to we KNOW. Charles D. Walker, Boat and Machine Works, King near Alapal, . . '