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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H.', WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18, 1911.
1.4-11 It I Ch.iplrr m.2, 0.
TUE8DAY: " '
Hawaiian fvtiuiil Pcgrio.
Harmon) Chapter .No. I, 0.
II. S. Hcgtil.ir.
AM visiting raembirn of tkc
tinier are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGIHtEHS " Ao.
f KEFICIaL A?SIATIOH. ciationi cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Mcits every llrst and tlilrd Tuesday
o, cull month In lVntcrnlty Hall, I. O.
O. i building Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
V J ItOWNSON, R.tchcm.
II V. TOI)l), U. of It.
30N0LULU LODGE, 610, B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodio No. 818, D. I. O.
Clki, meets !n their hull, on King
street, noar Toft, every Friday re
nins;. Visiting Ilrothers art cordially
invited to attoni.
u 1. n. isi:Nin:rto, n. n.
Gi:o. T. KLUntlEL, Sec.
WM. XcKINLEY LODGE. HO. 8,
K. of P.
Meeie every 2nd and th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock in K. of V.
Hall. cor. Fort uud Hereunto. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited t-i at
tend. F. F. KIM1U7, C. 0.
E. A. JACOI1SON, K. It. ,B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
, Meets every first nud third Friday tit
'7'Sil o'clock, Pythian Hall, corner IJerc
;lanln and 1'ort streets. Visiting broth
era cordially Invited to attend.
S. Di:t'Ki:it, C, C.
r o. hi:im:. i. of n. & s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets on second and fourth Wednes
day evening of each month (it 7:30
o'clock. In San Antonio Hall, Vineyard
ulrccl. near Knoiia. Visiting brothers
ore Invited to att-ud.
Hi:o. A. DAVIS, W. P.
VM C. M'COY, Secy.
Importer Fort St
. MILTON & PARSONS
Have received ex Sierra especially
trimmed STREET and DRESS HATS.
Opp. Young Cafe
.New. Trimmed Hats
Handsome models just received
Millinery Parlors, Boston Building
IIEW LINGERIE DRESSES,
ll GOWNS and FALL SUITS. EM
DROIDERED PATTERN SUITS
to tnako up very fcuitablc for evening
Mrs. F. Zeave
cs young building
Baby Bonnets and Dresses, Bootees
and Wool Baby Sacks) Stamping
1027 Nuuanu Street
NEW MILLINERY STYLE8
Ladies' and Men's Hats Reasonably
Temperatures C a m 72: S a m
i; 10 ii. in, 7S; noon, 7S; morning
Itnromotor, S a in., 29 90; ali.intute
tiuinlitlty, S a. m , fi.flSfi pralns per
cubic foot: relative humidity, X u in.,
us per rent; new point, s a in., fl2
Wind fi n in, eloclty fi, direction
N. Ii; S n in., velocity C, direction N
K ; in a in., velocity 12, dlrectloti 12.;
noon, velocity 9, direction N 13,
itnlnfnll during 21 hours ended 8 n
in., 1 1 ace
Total wind liioeinent during 2-t
Iioiith ended at noon, 152 nilleH. ,
(SihcIhI II ii I let ill Onriifpntidinrp.)
Itll.O. (Id IK While Captain Shut
Ileum (h of the United States army
date that he hat not made up the
Dual semes of the various eoinpnlileH
or the National Oiiurd whlrh have been
under his charge In the nnniial ramps
this year, he Is iiuthnrlty for the stale
uieiit that from the way things look hi
general, the 1 1 Mo lompany. which Cap
tain Fitter commands, should stand In
about second place. The llrst honors
will probably go to the Honolulu com
p.im rommandeil by Captain Costa. In
speaking of this. Captain Shuttlcwurth
stated that If It had not been for the
fact that Iho rllles of tho Illlo com-
pin) uere 111 poor condition, It would
prohablj hae lome out at the top of
all the nine companies of tho National
iuard of Hawaii.
Cnptaln .Slmttlcwnrth stated that the
loi.il lamp had been most successful
in every wny ami that he had been
"t agreeably surprised when the only
dclav In the work caused by ruin had
amounted to but ten minutes In tho
entire week taken up In tho work In
the llo weeks of rump routine, he stat
ed, thero had been less than an hour
all tidd lost from this reason Ho also
stated that everything possible, had
beep done here to make his stay pleas
ant mid to make thu camp ii complete
llctween the liiiurH of 11:30 and 1:30
n cluck today larKo numbera culled at
the oiiiir Wotiien'H Christian Assocln
tlim riioius In partalio of tho hospital-
ny or mo directum who ontorlnlned
with a "louipllmuntnry iliiiicheon" to
ceichralo Ilia reopening of tlia iikso
elation rooms. A dollclouH'iuciiu.con
slstlns uf cold boiled hani, mncaronl
and cheese, scalloped potatoes, bread,
trii and colTec, Ico cream and rake,
was served. The rooms, liavo boon
novvly lenovatcd, tho walla retimed
nud tho floore painted. Many compli
mentary expressions wero hcaul.
The annual meeting of the associa
tion, at which reports will ho lead,
and plans for tho jear's work exploit
ed, will bo held at the hniiiusteri! on
KIiik street on Friday evening of thin
week All women of tho city am In
vited DIMS STOCK
SOLD AT AUCTION
I.. V .Ionian & Co. thiH morning
purcliased at Klici Iff'n Sale tho great
er pin Hon of tho Dunn's .Millinery
hhop stock, Tho stock went fur a
song anil .Ionian & Co. will glvo tho
public thu benellt of It.
MARSHAL GETS PRISONERS
SAFE TO PENITENTIARY
MiiihIiiiI K. It. Hendry iirrlvcd safe
ly at tho l.oavcnwiirtli Jail with his
tun prisonors, Anderson draco and
John Wynne, according to a ruble ro
iclvcd by the .Marshal's ofllco yester
day. Tho Marshal was expected to reach
San Fiaiiclsiii lomiiiiiiw, having left
Leavenworth lust .Monday. Ho will in
all probability return by tho noxt Sl
MHH. II l WDOOD was u panfcon
gcr In thu Manna Kea yesterday for
JOHN DirrOII, manager of tho Ililo
hotel, who has been In Honolulu for
Iho past two weeks, Is (julto III in his
iipnilmont at thu Hawaiian lintol.
Dll, MACKAM, expects to leuvo for
tho Co.ibt shortly and It is possible,
that lin will locato In Idaho, where a
splendid offer has been mado him,
Purser Jainoa Ixigun of tho H'onm
er W. (!. Hall on arrival this morn
ing ieKiils tho following sugar await
ing shipment on Kauai: M. A. K.
3(107 nud K. S. Co. SGfi sucks.
Just urilved by H. H. Lurllno today:
vlinlco Cnllfoinln fiulls and vegc-
Henry May & Co. Telupliona
nOOD SHOWING QH
is Hi 111 L 111 1 1 fl rail L
City Transfer Co. ,
LINER HALTS IN MID-OCEAN
Was a Non-Paying Passenger In the Wilhclmina and Re
turned to Honolulu In thevLur)in;e Coal Carrier Off the
Port China Departs for'the 'Orient With Fifty Asiatics
Manchuria Has Small Cargo for the Islands.
The Mnlson llnorg Wilhclmina nnd
l.urllnc met In mid ocean nnd then
and there was transferred a non-paying
passenger by tho means of ship's
honts whllo n hundred or inoro Inter
ested passengers watched tho proceed
ing with interest.
A stowaway iimnngoii to get nwny
In tho Wilhclmlnn having escaped the
watchfulness of tho police officers.
Tho vessel had loft Diamond Head
far behind beforo his proscuco was
discovered nnd Captain Pclcr John
son decided to got In touch with tho
Lurllno then on tho way to tho Isl
ands from San Francisco. Thu trans
fer was nindu with out difficulty.
Thu Lurllno arrived nt llnckfeld
wharf nt noon today wlth'ono of tho
largest cargoes In liar history. Tho
freight. Includes nlno hundred pack
ages for the local (liiartorninstor de
partment. Tho total jinioiint for tils
chaige hero Is 4300 tons nnd In tran
sit thero Is carried C25 tons for Kn
huliil. Included In tho freight aro six
nutos for local Importers. On deck
(raveled safely 22 head mules nnd C
Other shipments of -livestock such
ng pigs, chickens and dogg were
biotight down from Ilia Coast, Tho
passenger list Included. G2 cabin und
Ono importnnt Item In tho cargo is
dvo largo electric search lights to ho
used at l'nrl Harbor fortifications.
Tho Lurllno brought no mall hav
ing sailed a little, earlier hour than
the China. , ,, ., ,.
American. Hawaiian Plan Big Fleet..
As predicted in tho col'iinus of tho
ilullotin months ago, tho opcnliirf
of tho Panama Canul .will mean, a
much greater licet of freighters In
'he American-Hawaiian torvloc. Tho
same Is also truo of the plans for ex-
lonslun wllli several other steamship
companies now operating on tho Wcs
tern Ocean. It is believed that tho
American-Hawaiian Lino will Incrcaso
the number of freight carriers to tho
number of forty or more, Tho an
nouncement has been mado on tho
mainland that tho compunv has prac
tically closed a deal for tho construc
tion of four now frclghtris, presum
ably to bo used In tho Atlantic nnd
Pacific service. Tho 1912 sugar soa-
soii will open us far as tho Amcrlcan
llawallan Lino Is concerned with Iho
arrival of tho fielghtcr Mexican duo
here on or about December 10th. This
vessel Is oxpected will load twelve
thousand tons sugar nt the several
island ports for Siilinn, Cruz. Tho
Nobraskan to arrive hero tomorrow
from Sun Finnclsco may tnko some
sugar of tho old crop before depart
ing on a return trip to the Coast.
KokoHead Arrived With Coal.
Purser Klbllng or tho Inter-Island
steamer Claiidlno reported the arrival
of tho American harkentlno Koko
Head with a full shipment of Austra
lian coal at Kiihtilui when Ilia Inter
Isliuiii vessel passed thero en route
Id Honolulu. Tho schooner C. 8.
Holmes was discharging lumber at
Ililo while tho schooner Forester was
icporteil as taking on a shipment of
hardwood tics at the same port.
Tho cfauillno returned to Honolulu
In pleasant weather, light winds nnd
teas lielng rcporlod. Tho vessel
brought n small list of cabin and deck
passengers and freight Included tho
following Items: Shipments of dogs,
horses, :ir. hogs, II sucks corn, 25
rasos honey, 111 bales hides, 15 crates
chickens, 4 sacks peanuts nnd 107
Llkellke to Take Hall Run.
Tho Inlor-lshiml stoamer. Likellko
111 ho dispatched for KmuiI ports of
call at flvo o'clock F'lday evening In,
nluco uf iho iilil rolUhio W. O. Hull
Tel. 1704. Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
I Mont Rouge Wines
which Is due to go into dryitnek for n
cleaning nnd repainting, Tho Hall
bus been engaged continuously In (he
Harden Islnnd trade for it number ul
months and is need of some nttontlnn
at tho hands of tho shipwrights. Tho
l.lltellko will await Iho mall from tho
malpland duo to urrivu at Honolulu
on Filtlny morning In tho Oceanic
Aorwclglan Freighter Jlmlr (Innil Time
Tho Norwegian freighter Klsn, with
a shipment of 4C00 tons Australian
coal, twenty days from Newcastle;. N.
B. W., was an arrival off the port nt
noon today. The vessel vailed nt Ho
nolulu to- enter her cargo und will
then proceed to Pint Allen to dis
charge. Tho coal Is Intended for Ma-
knwcll plantation. Tho Norwegian
Mconion mado vory good llmo on hor
trip to Ilia Islands, the best Mado by
it coal freighter' In many months. Cap
tain Worsoe Is accompanied by his
family. Tho F.lso is expected will get
uvvay for Kauai this afternoon.
Kauai Now Soorttmen's Paradise.
. Kiiiml Is nt present affording a
parudlso for sportsmen who essay the
gun nnd tho rod. ,!lh tho arrival
pf tho steamer W fl. Hull Ibis mora
ine thoro icttirned several hunters
who succeeded' In securing good sized
lings of pheasants nud other feathered
gamo birds. The Hall brought but .1
small c.irgii; Including 2)0 sacks rlco,
a quantity .ofcniptles, 71 bales hides,
10G sacks bran,, 19 packages sundries
nnd ono horse(Tho vessel will bo laid
up lor ono trip tor ovcrnauiing unit
cleaning. . j, p
Few to Depart In the Mongolia.
Less than fifty applicants for trans
portation to tho Const liavo been re
ceived at the agency of H. Ilackfeld
nnd Company as patscngcrs in tho
Pacific Mall Jlncr Mongolia which Is
oxpected In depart for Sun Francisco
on next Sumluy morning, Tho vessol
has room for one bundled and tweu
ty-fivo passengers nnd Is reported as
bringing 1750 tons Oriental cargo for
China Away With Oriental Passengers
Tho Pacllio Mall liner China was
dispatched at ton o'clock litis morn
ing for Japan und China ports tak
ing about a dozen cabin and fifty
Asiatic stoorngo passengers. Tho
China was supplied with six hundred
Ions coal beforo taking her departure
for the Orient. Tho vessel sailed from
tho Channel wharf, and n largo num
ber of ieoplo wero on hand to hid
farowcll to fi lends on tho vessel,
Manchuria Has Small Cargo.
Tho Pnclflc Mali liner Manchuria
which has Balled from San Francisco
nnd duo to arrive hero cm next Mou
day has but tiireo bundled and fifty
tons freight for dlschurgo nt Honti.
lulu according to a cnblo which has
been received nt tho agency of II
llnckfeld nnd Company. Tho Mini'
chnria Is believed well filled with
Lurllne Steward Is Married.
Jus l.omhurilo, chief steward In tho
Mntson Navigation steamer Lurllne
wits married whllo nt Sun Francisco,
HoJook us his hrhlo, Miss Norman, u
HnrrFrunclscii girl. Lonihanlo was In
rocolpt of it host of warm congratula
tions upon his leturn to Honolulu this
Back from Kaanapall,
Tho liildt-Isluml stoiimor Llkoliko
was mi nrrlviO at tho port, ycBtordny
afternoon returning from KaanapH
but bringing no cargo. Her officers
report lino weather nlong tho const
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New moon October 21 nt 5:38 p. m,
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
"' (8ifcliil' Cabin to Merchants'
Wrilni'iilnr. Orloher IS.
8KATTLU Arrived, OcL 18. 8. 8. Ho-
nolulan, from Sun Francisco.
MIDWAY ISLAND Arrived, OcL 17,
Schr. Flaurenco Wnrd, henco Oct. G.
1III.O Sailed, Oct. IB, Schr.- Salvntor
for Pugct Sound.
Wednesday,' Oct. 18.
Hnwiill via Maul lsirtt Claiidlnc,
stmr., n, in.
Kntinl ports W. (1. Hall, stmr., n.
, Tuesday, Oct. 17.
Knual ports Klnau, stmr., I", p. in.
Maul, Mnlokal and 'I.annl wrls
Mlknhiiln, stmr., 5 p. m.
Kauai imrts Nocittt, stmr., 5 p. m.
Wednesday, Oct. 18.
Japan and China ports China I
M. S. S., 10 n. in.
Tor M. N. S. S. Lurllno, from San
Francisco, Oct. 18. Miss Mnrjorlo Al
lan, Mrs. Jack Ilalsh, W. Ileinlcr, Mt
nun wre. u. A. H Igor, .1. A. liming-
er, W. A. Illdlnger, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Samuel lllnlr, A. A. Ilrncht, Mrs. Il.j
Cnrrcl, J. S. Colhath, Win. Curtain,1
. .. - . ..I . - . ... ..
Mrs. P. F. Dillon, Wm. irrhnrt, Mr.'
nnd Mrs. J. C. Onugcr, John 8. Rood
ell, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmcs Oulld, Mr.1
and Mrs. John Oulld, four chlhlieii
mid mnld, Tom llnlpln, IMwiird Hill.
Mr. Chnse, Prof. O. II. Hitchcock, Mrs
Krnest K. Johnslone, O. S. Lloyd, Miss
Mary R Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. C. P.
Mctzler, Mrs. do Ilochebnine. II. M.
Rogers. P. Rutscli, Mr. and Mrs. John
Schubert. M. J. Scully, Mrs. (I. Bos do,
Miss M. E. Scyde, Jerry Shea, Mrs. f tho llunl match In tho men's slu
M. Ii Skelly, Miss draco Spalding, K'e. In which Dr. 1'rcd Irwin of dlnti
II II. 8tock, Mrs. O. C. Swnln, Oor-.lays Ilugcne llornir, tho supervising
don O, Tuber, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. 8, ,Tn- principal of the Illlo nud Puna schools,
hef. the tennis tournament for tho Island
Per slmr. Claiidlnc, from Hawaii of Hawaii wns completed yesterday. In
nnd Maul ports, Oct. 18. Chas. liar- the men's doubles. Dr. Irwin and llor
ron, dipt. Shiittlcvvorth, Capt. Cullls- tier hold the title, thiougli their dc
on, Capt. W. A. Ncely, F. M. Corklo, feat of Conncss und Henderson In
C. C. Rnlcllffo, i:. Madden, Mrs. Mud- straight sets, whllo on Saturday Mrs.
den, J. Plho, C. A, Ilruns, A. Uiitnba, Daitels mill Horner defeated Mrs. I'.it
S. Kelllnnl, Miss Mcndonra Mrs. C. H. ten unit Comics, fi.-l, C-2, In the clul
Dlckoy, P. O. Itllcy, Wm. Orccn. Mts. lengo match for tho mixed doubles'
It. Kcpolkal, il'ss Ii Smitlie, Miss It. title.
Ferrelra, In tho men's doubles tbp first set was
Per 'stmr. W. (1. Hall, from Kauai played on Saturday afternoon, result
ports, Oct. 1S. lyonla Klin, Mrs, A. Ing u victory for llnrner'nnil Irwin by
Mehculn, Louis Oomcz. Mrs. Onmcz, n score of 8-0. The opposing couple
Hon. J. H. Conoy, Mrs J, H. Coney ran the score to 5-3 In their favor, but
and Ifi deck. wero unable to hold together at tho
Per Btmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports, the hist gaum being plus ed in a driving
Oct. 17. A. Iliuiebcrg, Oco. Malolio ruin. On Sunday afternoon tho re
nin! wife, II, Ilushcr, P. U Home, inalnder of Hie match was pluscd off,
Itev. W. II. Olcsoii, IVjv Scitdiler, 0. Irwin mul Horner taking straight sets,
II. Pang, M, Osnkl, A. Aklnn, C. II. though practically every gamo went to
Drown, J. II. Kniwl, Mrs, Mnntgom- deuce mid tho tninls was fast from
eiy and two chlldion, L. A. Korr and
wlfo, K. Kuboln and wife, . lonn, Kil.
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
Just Arrived ex S.S. Lnrline
Grapes, Pears, Peaches, Nutmeg Melons, Quinces,
Celery,.' Cauliflower, 'Artichokes, Brussels Sprouts
Green Peas, Horse Radish Root, Celery Root, Parsnips
Turnips, Squash and Red Cabbage.
Also, PURITAN CREAMERY BUTTER
Stomach , Trouble Cured
and health and strength restored to Mr. Casas after he had
suffered terrible agony for fifteen years. Mr. Casas
in his recent letter said:
"I liavo obtained excellent results
from tho tiro of Duffy's Pure Malt
tii.i,... ..., i ,1,.. . .i I.
. i itiusney uiiii i iicaiiny recDiiiiiiciiu ii.
"Your Malt Whlskev Is n lnninlflrnnt
tonic stimulant for Ibn nireil. I huvnlwfllk fcellllg bus lllsUPpPlircil llllll I
--- -'" -
MIL JAV1KU CASAS.
used It for stomnch troubles nnd other
ailments. Slnco tho,ycnr 1895, I had
been suffering with a tcrrlblo pain In
the kidneys and bladder as a result
of going out one freezing night nt
midnight, without much clothes on, to
mako wyiter. I tried to euro myself
with several herbs, which mado mo
feel belter, but afterwards I had nil
kinds of troubles, and In 1909 I was
so sick that my night became affect
ed, mid I wns without tiny strength.
"I used various medicines und al
though they did me some good lit first,
Per S. S. China, for Oriental rorts,
Oct. 18.- Mis. Wooilroiigh, Mrs. Jus.
Miller. Mr. Mux llocnhold and wife,
Win. Kldld and wife mid N. Snton nud
Per stmr. Mlknhnla, for Molokal,
I - - - T -- " "
i.ann ,, Mnu ,lortH 0rt. 17. K
Kniiaknhl, wire nnd tiireo children
(8ivcl.il Hill lot In fMrimpondencP.)
llll.O, Oil. lfi.-With tho exception
.tlmo when they needed hut one point
to win the mi, mid were worn down,
start to Mulsh, The scores In. the Inst
two sets were fl-2, f!-3.
In the seml-nnnls of tha men's sln-
If Ik ,IHbI3MIIw
nt the end I felt worse, until 1 began
with your masnlllront tonic Ktlmiilnnt.
It used Is iia prescribed; now Iho
stomach Jrouhln Is wine, anil that
i . . . . . .: - ..
I reel utmost cured. I am uu years tun.
"Thanking you very sincerely, I
am, yours vory (rttly,
Hacienda la la llocit.
Montl'inoieles, N. U, Mexico."
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is an
absolutely pure distillation of mailed
ginln, great care bolng used to liavo
every kernel thoroughly mailed, thus
producing a liquid food, toulo anil
stimulant, requiring no digestion, In
the form of medicinal whiskey. Us
palatablllty nnd freedom from injur
ious substances, rended It so Hint it
can bo retained by Iho most sensltlvo
stomach. It brings Into nctlnn all tho
vital forces, It makeB digestion per
fect nnd enables you to "get from tho
food you eat nil tho nourishment It
Its gentle' nnd Invigorating proper
ties Influence for good every Import
nnt organ of tho body.
Ministers of the Gospel, dortors nt
medicine, nurses and neoplo cvery
whero unite in commending Duffy's
Puro Malt Whiskey a perfect tonic
stimulant ,thc ono truo medicinal
whiskey. It Is n promoter of health
nnd longevity, makes tho old feel
young nnd keeps tho young strong
Sold everywhere IN SKALMI) IIOT
TLIIS ONLY. Write for medical book
let and doctor's advice, both sent frco.
Tiro Huffy Mult Mlil-ikcy Co,
Korliestcr, '. Y., V. S. A,
gles Horner bent Coiineia rather easily,
fi-1, C-2. Tho llrst set was even, but
In tho second Conness showed n luck
of condition that killed his gnmo com
pletely. Homer enmo to the net fre
quently und drovo well, while his servo
was all that could bo asked for,
This Whale Had a Vicious Face.
Coming at them with his Jaws gap
ing, n whalo frightened the crow of
Iho gitsollno schooner Delia half to
death off Cape Lookout and they went
tumbling ovor ono another to mako
their cscapo. Ho had his head out of
tho walcr nlno feet nnd Mitlo I), F.
Harrison on arrival at Portland said
the mouth uf tho Leviathan looked
llko tho open hatch of n ship.
Whllo he gnvo evidence of getting
ready to lcnp nboard, tho Delia gnvo a
lurch nnd rnppcil him on the sldo mi
hard as to tako somo of tho wind out
of his sails. Maddened by tho blow
tho big follow took n drlvo. Ho enmo
up a few yards nway and gnvo tho
sailors tho worst drenching they over
had by blowing great streams of water
on them. Satisfied with tho maiinor
In which he had ncqitittcd himself,
and tinnhlo longer Io seothe met,,
who were cowcrfng out of sight on
dork, tho king of tho deep leisurely
took his departure Tho mlxiip nan
witnessed by another whale, which
lomalnod at n,snfo distance.
Mnto Harrison says tlutt he novcr
ngnln will doubt tho story or Jonah
nnd tho.whalc. Ho declares that tha
chnp attacking them could linvo swal
lowed threo or four ordlnnry men nnd
then his mouth nnd throat would, trit
liavo boon crowded to capacity. Ho
Is described as having n most vicious
fnco. Henry Night, tho engineer, nnd
Itoy Noonnn, n sailor on tho Delia
Bay they rcgnrd Iho Incident ns ono
of tho most narrow csenpos through
which they ever passed.
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