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BVENINd BULLKTIH. HONOLULU. T. It., MONDAY, SEPT. 7, 1908. S ' ' '
Honolulu Chapter Royal
Honolulu Commantlcry Reg
' M.VI UHUAV
Lcl Aloha Chapter No. 2
All lilting members of the
Order nre coidlnlly Invited to
attend meetings uf local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets o pry Momlaj waning nt
7:30 In 1. O. O F. Hull, Fort Street.
i: It. HENDRY, Secretary.
iu:n. F. V1CKERS, N. 0.
AH flitting lirothoi a ory cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meet cveiy 2d mid 4tli Tuesday
of each month nt 7:30 p. m. at K. 1'.
Hull, corner I'urt nnd Doretanla 8ts.
Visiting Brothers cordially welcome
W. L. LYLE, C. C,
5'. WALDRON, K. of 11. & S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Sleets cvory first nnd third Fri
day evening ut 7:30 In K. of 1 HiUI,
corner Fort nnd lleiutaiila. YUltlBC
brothor cordially Invited to attend.
A. (!. DEERIXG, C.C.,
JA3. W. WHITE, K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
HoboIuIu Lodgo No. CI 6, 11. P. 0.
25., will moot In tliclr hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
ing. By ordor of the E. It.:
HCNUY C. UASTON.
TO. II. McIXKUNY, E. It.
rffi. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Musts overy Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Hcretnnta. Visiting broth
ers cordially iinjtcd to nttend.
W. L. FRAZEG, C C,
K. A. JACOlldON, K.R.S.
HO'NOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY ovonlngs of each mouth at
7: So o'clock In K. of 1'. Hall, corner
Uerotanla nnd Fort streets.
Vliiltlns Eagles nre Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prcst.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN THI3E No. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
Jlcote every first and third Thurs
day of each month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothors cor
dially Inltd to nttnnd.
A. II. ARIiEIGH, Sachem.
A i: MURPHY, C. of It.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAMOTO, Manager.
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes nnd Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST.
Fi S. Nagami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging nnd Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel,
THE CHOICEST STEAKS ,
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,
Waverle'y Blook Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jo' ' "nt; A Specialty.
Dealers in W; .1 apcr. Paints, Oils,
.etc. P. 0. Ba D14. 221 No. King
Ct., U1p. Aula Park. VI. B. Kam, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with thoir new FRENCH
337 Beretania St. Phone 1401.
The days are fast draw
ing near when House
hold expenses increase.
nnd you will strike an
economic chord and
bring Harmony home
Honolulu Gas Co.
tvt t trvt ritrtiiiiiiMi
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
When you get
us to makt
Our $25. suits
GEO. A. MARTIN,
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
Choice FERNS, ROSES and
THE FLORIEST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
EDGEW03TH and QBOID Tobaeoos
The only two good' smoking
Tobaccos in the Market
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
Cor. King & Alakea, Phone 411,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If what you want is not advertised
advertise for it, in the Bulletin Want
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Mrs. Reams' fresh chutney Is now
25c. at all grocery stores.
1'aradlso of Pacific Fleet number
for salo nt all newsstands.
J. II. Coney, formerly Sheriff of
Knual, Is In town on business.
Ilov. D. K. Will to of Lahaltm came
down M'stenlaj' In the Mlkahalu.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111 or 191, J.A.
Mcl.eod, for pleasantest auto'rlds.
I.'ractlrally all tho business offices
along the waterfront are closed today.
Post Ofllco lnsiector F. J. Ilaro re
turned from Maul yesterday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Wilcox of Knuat
are- In town, having nrrlvcd csterday.
Judgu J. L. Kniilukon, who has been
visiting In Knual, returned yesterday
In the Hall.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Clay nnd children
arrived In tho Mlkahala from l.anaJ
Among tho passengers who arrived
from Molokni yesterday was II. II.
Hitchcock nnd family.
Allegrottl'B chocolate creams by re
frigerator car from Chicago are on
salo at Ilenson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
Hotel and Fort streets.
On Installments of $3 per month you
can purchaso a White Family Rotary
sowing machine Benny & Co., Ltd..
agents. 1206 Fort St. Phone 488.
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Mini I.ncy Kntikau, nrst assistant
In tho Lahalun government school,
who has been visiting In Honolulu,
will return to her post In tho Manna
Ki'.i tomorrow noon.
Knannnun, a Hawaiian, wns arrested
last Saturday, for an alleged nssault
on his wife with a knife. Tho affair
took place on Llllha street near Ku
kul. Tho woman received two wounds
on her left aim.
Tho police report that they nro hav
ing very llttlo trouble with tho sailors
from tho fleet. Whllo some or them
have been succumbing to libations to
IlarhiiH they mudo no disturbance and
they wero taken quietly back to their
A rnuplo of persons hao been ar-
tested on suspicion of hnvlng stolen
money from sailors, but there scorns
In lie but llttlo evidence, against thorn
cm which to bnso n definite charge.
They nro now being held for Investiga
tion. One of them Is n man, named
Petrnsko, whllo another Is n woman
' UNDER HALI TREE
Both Parties To Hst
Bout Are Badly
Tho bcantlfuk strnlns of thu music
furnished by Ernest Knars quintet
under tho old hail tree, ut tho Seaside
last evening wero threo times Inter
rupted hy tho crude sounds of blows.
nnd cries of "There b another scrap!'
from tho crowd. It nil happened und
cr tho hnu treo. In thu first case, both
contestants got badly licked; In tho
second, the patrol jumped In, ynnked
thu pugnacious uno'off his feet, and
had things as tranquil as general quar
ters In less thaq ono minute after tho
Tho first troublo nil started ovor a
llttlo pleco of money. Tho lurgcr
man couldn't stand n llttlo "guff." und
proceeded to send tho other to tho
Moor for tho count with a succession
of fnst rlghtB to tho face The other
got up dazed, to bo sent down ugnln
by a swing on thu wind. The victor
Jumped on him ns ho lay on tho door,
mid smashed Ids head somo Inches
Into tho hoard. Then, Victor Number
Two stopped In. Ho was a llttlo fel
low, but, my! how strong. Ho hauled
the unconscious ono away and laid
him In tho grass. Victor Number Ono
followed, looking rather sheepish. Ho
started to say something, no matter
what. Victor Number Two got up,
and literally punched tho head off o(
Number Ono, who was about n head
taller. Protesting and badly beaten,
ho took to his hcols nnd fled. The man
who wns out camo to after n short
tlmo In dreamland.
A fow inlnutcu lutcr, tho patrol
weudod Its way onto tho scene. There
wnB another cry of "Scrap!" feet scuf
fled, nnd ono blow smacked out
smartly. Then, a big man with a club
reached nut his hand, a pair of heels
flow up Into tho air, und tho wnuld-bu
fighter departed for other scenes.
Meanwhllo, the quintet played, nnd
peace reigned ugalu under tho hnu
tiraphonhono records reproducing
speeches by William .1. Ilryan wero
used nt a political meeting nt Wash
ington. D. C. nnd it Is planned to
make tho records a fcaturo of tho
campaign In Maryland, Virginia,
Delaware, and, Wett Virginia.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
Roosevelt Plan For
Pearl Harbor Defease
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 0 It Is believed nt Washington that
President Roosevelt Will send a message, to Congress,, when It recon
venes, recommending an Incrcaso of tho army to onu hundred thousand
men, so as to provide a garrison for
twenty thousand men.
ST. PAUL, Minn., Sept. 6. Tho
destroyed by a forest fire today. Six
firs Is Btlll burning, and has caused
AEROPLANE RECORD BROKEN
PAHIS, Franco, Sept. 0. Lagrange has broken the world's aoro
plnnu record by remaining fifty-four minutes In tho air and covering
fifteen miles In flight. Farman hold tho previous record.
MICHIGAN FOREST FIRES
DULUTH, Minn., Sept. C. Forest fires linvo consumed several
towns In this region. Four thousand people arc homeless nnd 12,000,
000. worth of property destroyed.
PAHIS, Franco, Sept. C. Spain nnd France are In nccord on tho
Morocco Issue. The Powers are watting for thoir recognition of Mulnl
TOLSTOI UNDER BAN
BT. PETERSBURG, Itussla, Sept.
tho participation of tho people In the
MI DOUR II ASS, Ohio, Sept. C. Mr. Tnft will make n traveling cam
paign In October In tho doubtful States.
k i i
G0MPERS AGAINST CANNON
DANVILLE. HI., Sept. 0. Samuel (lompcrs will open the campaign
hero against Speaker Cannon Monday.
HAS DISBANDED HIS ARMY
TANGIER. Morocco, Sept. C It
Abdul Azlr, has disbanded his army.
8UBZ, Suez Canal, Sept. C
Alabama hnvo arrived here.
PACD7IC FLEET WILL
(Continued from Pase 1)
are filling their contracts for furnish
Ing fresh meats, vegetables, and oth
er stapla necessities for the benefit of
tho "Inner man," and thcro scorns to
he a general feeling of satisfaction
mid attitude of kindliness toward tho
local tradesmen for tho manner In
which they hnvo shoved out tho best
on their shelves or couulerH for tho
men of tho Fleet.
Lose $3500 and Laugh.
Tho men of tho Fleet wero out In
force to tho ball-games unci tho boat
race this morning. It was stated by a
sailor on tho West Virginia that S3500
would bo a conservative estimate of
the sum dropped by that snip's crew
by tho loss of tho boat raco to tho
South Dakota's crow this morning.
"Hut thnt's nothing," continued tho
sailor. "Up in California ono baseball
game cost us no less than S!i000. Wo
aro getting quite UBcd to It now. It
means a llttlo less fun while on lib
erty, but wo Just console ourselves
with the thought of tho sport wo
might liavo had If.tha gnmo had gone
tho other way."
A bettor Bot of fellows, clean cut
and gentlemen, everyone, could bare
ly bo found than nro tho officers on
tho Pnclflo Fleet cruisers. And down
below in tho officers' lounging room
on thu beautiful Pennsylvania may bo
found n fair sample of tho best In tho
fleet of. tho .West. Tho officers' ward-
CHAMPION LIGHTWEIGHT, vs.
CHAMPION LIGHTWEIGHT OF
TORPEDO BOAT PERRY
10 ROUNDS. AT 133 LBS.
OF FORT SHAFTER, vs.
8 ROUNDS AT
Tickets on. sale at Fashion Cigar
$1.50 Reserved Seats; $1 General Admission,
tho Pearl Harbor foits or at least
BY FOREST FIRE
town of Chlsholm wns completely
thousand pcoplo nre homeless. The
a loss of three nnd a half million
G. The Holy Synod has banned
proposed celebration of Tolstoi's
Is reported that tho Inlo Sultan,
ARE AT SUEZ
-Tho Amorlcnn battleships Maine nnd
arc better than one; and too good
eves are better than two poor ones.
Let us make your eyes good by fitting
room is worthy of comment, too, for
tho brass-button boys have taken par
ticular prldo In this, their living room,
ns It were. Knch olllcer who shares
in this has presented tho ship with
somo sort of a picture, from a Christy
girl to a Remington cowboy picture.
Tho room Is spacious and well-furnished,
with piano nnd pianola, scats
would bo culled window-seats wero
there windows, and splendid Bcrvlcc.
HACKFKI.l) & CO., who nro now
agents for tho Hamburg-American lino,
stale that tho company Is building two
magnificent steamers for tho Atlantic
lervlce, one of which will ho called
tho Cincinnati. They will be amongst
tho most comfortably equipped steam
its In sorvlco next year. Thu local
agents will hook pnsKcugors for these
CHAMPION LIGHTWEIGHT OF
CHAMPION LIGHTWEIGHT OF
U. S. S. PENNSYLVANIA
8 ROUNDS AT 130 LBS.
THE U. S. S. PENNSYLVANIA
Store. Prices :
N FOREIGN PORTS t '
Friday, August 28.
YOKOHAMA -Arrived Aug. 27:
S. S. Siberia, henco Aug. 17.
AIIKHDKKN'T-Arrlved Aug. 27:
Ilk. S. C. Allen, henco Aug. 1.
KAUULUI Sailed Aug.'27:
S. S. Mexican, for Hllo.
Saturday, August 29.
!IAN FIUNC1SCO Sailed Aug. 29:
S. S. Hongkong Mnru, for Honolulu.
SAUNA CllUZ Sailed Aug. 28:
S. S. Virginian, for San Francisco.
ASTOniA Arrhed. Aug. 28:
Schr. Anulu E. Simile, from Malta
well, Aug. 4.
aitAY'S llAHDOIt Sailed Aug. 28:
Schr. Kobert Lowers, for Honolulu.
MAKAWKU Sailed Aug. 29:
Schr. Crescent, for Port Townsend.
1111,0 Arrived Aug. 28:
S. S. Mexican, from Kahulul.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug. 29:
Stmr. Asia, hence Aug. 23.
Ilktne. Irmgard, bonce Aug. C.
Monday, August 31.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug. 29:
S. S. Asia, hencu Aug. 23.
Bktue Irmgard, hence Aug. C.
PORT TOWN8END Arrived Aug. 30:
Schr. Inca, from Kahulul.
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Aug. 31:
Schr. M. H. Foster, henco Aug. 12.
PORTLANDArrlvwl Aug. 31:
Fr. bk. Mlcbclct. henco July 2G.
YOKOHAMA 8allod Aug. 31:
S. S. Tcnyo Mnru, for Honolulu.
SHATTLE Arrived Aug. 31:
S. S. Alaskan, for Honolulu,
The reported arrival of the ship Astral
on tho 24th Inst. Is an error not
Tuesday, September 1.
DELAWARE I1R15AKWATER Ar
rived Aug. 31:
Am. sp. Astral, from Hllo April C.
(Not ns previously reported.)
DELAWARE BREAKWATER Ar
rived Sept. 1:
Sp. John Knn, henco May 9.
HAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 1:
S. S. Alameda, at noon, henco Aug.
Wednesday, September 2.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 2:
Dk. Annlo Johnson, from Hllo, Aug
HILO Sailed Aug. 31:
S. S. Mexican, for Sallnn Cruz.
Thursday, 8ept. 3.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 3:
S. S. Arlzonnu, from Hllo, Aug. 25.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 3:
S. S. Mongolia, 4 p. in., hence Aug.
Friday, September 4,
SAN FRANCISCO A-ilvtl Sept. 3.
P. M. S. S. Mongolia) I p in., henco
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Saturday, September S.
BRISBANE Sailed Sept. 2:
S. S. Maranin, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Bcpt. 5:
S. S. Virglnlnn, from Salina Cruz.
AN FRANCISCO Sailed Sept. 5:
S. S. Alameda, for Honolulu, noon.
V. 8. A. T. Iluford, for Honolulu,
HI LO Sailed Sept. I:
Schr. Mlnnlu A. Oalno, for Sound.
Monday, September 7.
SEATTLE Arrived, Sept. 6:
U. S. A. T. Dlx. henco Aug. 28.
AHUKINI Sailed Sept. I:
Schr. Allco McDonald, for tho Sound.
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer W. O.
Hall arrived yesterday morning from
Knual without a single bag of sugar,
only 1800 bags of KrS, M. sugar being
reported by tho purser ns awaiting
shipment on tho Garden- Isle. The
steamer towed tho schooner Allco Mc
Donald to sea Friday nt 3 p. in. from
Ahiiklnl. On leaving Ahuklnt Satur
day tho Hall sighted a tbrcc-mastcd
schooner supposed to ho tho McDon
ald, bound north. Tho Klnnii, which
was at Wnlnioa when tho Hall left
will bring to Honolulu 157 cases plnu
WITH HACKFELD & CO. to look
after their Interest, two of tho Chirks
"Round-tho-world tours" nio being ar
ranged for 1909 nnd 1910, both to visit
Honolulu. Tho first will bo hero in
December 1909 and tho second In Feb
ruary, 1910. Tho steamship Arabic
of tho Whlto Star Lino, with Captain
Smith in command, will bo used first.
THE STEAMER Hilonlan of tho
Mntsou Company leaves promptly at
10 o'clock tomorrow morning for San
Francisco with a largo number of pas
sengers who have already booked. Her
cargo consists of 70 barrels of honoy,
2S00 bunches of bananas, 8000 cases of
canned pineapple, 1S00 tons of sugar.
THE STEAMER Manna Ken. which
curried tlio'excurslonlsts to Hllo last
Saturday afternoon took among tho
raigo n few automobiles, belonging to
Mr, Kennedy, Ilntbcrt Shluglo, Fiank
Thompson and others. They will bo
used In going up to the volcano.
ALL THE STEAMERS of tho Inter-J
iHuuiii iicci in pn uoisieo ing Amer
ican flags this morning ut 8 o'clock on
account of Labor Day. Tho seamen
nro having a vacation today. Tho Ha
waltans aro celebrating tho day with
THE MlKAHALA.whlch covors tho
Molokal run, will loavo at fi o'clock
tomorrow,, taking passengers and sup
plies for tho settlement.
IN THE AFTERNOON at S o'clock.
tho steamers W. G. Hall und Ko An,
for Kauai ports wltn
"Scatty" of Death Valley apolo
gizes for ridiculous accusation
against hank officials and Is warned
by Chief ltlggy to get out of San
r : r : -
auuuay, uoptemuer .
Stmr. Mlkahala. Tullett. from Molii-
kal portB, a. m. ,
Stmr. W. O. Hall. Tlioiiir.ion. from .
Knual ports, a. ly.
Saturday, Soptomher S,
A.-1I. S. S. Texan. Hall, fur K.ibu.
lul, 5 p. m.
8AILINO TOMORROW I
M. N. Co. S. 3 llltnnlan Jnluiam,
for 8an Francisco, 10 n. m.
8tmr. Maunn Koa, Freeman, for
Mnul and Hllo (Volcnno), 12 noon.
Stmr. Holeno, Tor Mnhukonn and Ku
walhao, 12 noon.
Stllir. W. O. Hnll. Thnmn.nn. fnr
Kauai ports, 5 p. in,
Stmr. Novau, for Honokna ami Ku
kulhncle, 5 p. m.
Htmr. Ko Au Hon, for Knual ports.
5 p. m.
Btmr. Mlkahala, Tullett. for Mono
kal and Mnul ports, G p. m.
T. K. K. S. S. Tcnyo Mnru, front Or
ient ports, p. m.
Stmr. Manna Kca. Frecinnn. fiom
Hllo (i;iks' exclusion), 7 a. ni.
Per stmr. Mlkahala. from Maul and
Molokal jsirts, Sept. f,. Chas. Oay,
Sirs. (lay. Amelln Oay, Elslo flay. May
(lay. Lawrence (lay, It. (lay, Nanl (lay,
F. J. Hnro. Mrs. Knaua, Miss Pihl, K.
White, D. K. White, II. II. Hitchcock.
J. W. C. Hitchcock, R. II. Illlchcoclf.
E. K. I'lkno, Mrs. I'lkao, Muster i'lkao.
Miss Opimiil, Miss M. L. Plimpton,
Miss Plimpton, Jos. M nil roc, Miss N.
Mejer nnd 2li deck.
Per stmr. W, O. Hull, from Knual
ports. Sept. fi. A. 8. Wilcox. Mrs. Wil
cox, Miss E., Miss K. und Master Al
len Wilcox. II. W. T. PunlB. Mrs.
Purvis, Miss Purvis, E. Lovoll and
son, Musters !'.. M. and J. Fernandez.
nml Dovcrlll, E. Mnlcuiii, Mrs. Mo-
Ktnnon, Miss Mary Jones, Miss C.
Low, Miss Clara D. Low, Miss E. Rice,
Mrs. A. 11. Rico. Mrs. Scott, Mrs. dart
ley and four children, Geo. Klitcgel, F.
Stlllniiiu, Miss L. Webber. J. II. Coney.
Win. A. Coney, Omurn, Leo Yet Fun,
C. K. Amann, I). Frascr, Miss Jacob-
sen, Mrs. Manase, Mrs. J. K. Hart and
dnugbter, Miss Omsted, J. K. Katilu-
kou, Mrs. Christian, Masters Chris
tian (2). M. R. Jnrdlu, Paul do Brcttc
vlllc. Miss do Rrcttovlllc, K. C. Aka
nn, Miss Ochlwatso, Masters E. Lov-
ell and Muhura, Fern, Hamamoto mid
Per S. 8. Hilonlan. for San Fran
cisco, Bcpt. 8. Miss E. A. Perkins.'
MIsb Esther Haven, Miss E. Wilcox,
Miss M. Wilcox, Mrs. J. W. IlergBtrom
nnd 2 children, Mrs. A. II. Rice, Mrs.
E. C. Shrewsbury, John T. Molr. Al
fred Edwnrds, T. S. Kay. Mrs. V. K.
Coukllng and child. Miss T. Hyde, Miss
O. Hyde, Mlsa Emily nice, W. A. Kin
noy. W. E. Ilelllnn, Fillpo Sllvestrn,
Chas. Ellis, Madamo Arraj. II. Bassett,
S. D. Stoddard. John II. Fisher, Mrs.
J. II. Fisher, Mrs. Ed. Cnmcrou und 2
children, 8. W. Porker and party, Geo,
Robblns, Chas. Gammon, Einest Aus
tin, Mario Heprnuvos, E. T. Conaut,
Frank Borzcs, Chas. ZolgenfusB, Hairy
THE TEXAN of tho Amerlciiii-IIn-wallau
lino sailed at S o'clock last Sat
urday afternoon for Kahulul to tuko
in sugar before slio takes her final
departure for tho States.
AT 12 O'CLOCK noon tomorrow, tho
Milium Ken sails for Maul and Hawaii.
She will arrive fiom Hllo early tomor
row morning with tho oxciirslonlstH.
THE STEAMER Holeno sails nt
noon for Mnliiikona und Kawalliao to
morrow, Sho will take a Inrgo cargo.
THE CARGO of the Mlkahnla from
Mnloknl Included 30 head of cattle
from tho Molokal Ranch Co,
THE W. O. HALL'S cargo Included
empty barrels, 80 bags copra and 10
The Bulletin Publishing Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
and lithograuhing company on
the Pacific Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
llovlvul uf business followed by ac
tivity In real cstato unci largo enter
prises Hint will glvo employment (a
many men In vicinity of Han Finn-
clseo is anticipated.
Rowing bargo In whlih flvo boys
left tho South End Rowing Club
houso Is picked up on llerkeloy shoro
and lads nro believed to have perished.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll havajit ready
in no time, and the price Will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however; so
Charles D Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
Xing near Alapii
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