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UNITED STATES BATTLESHIP GEORGIA REELING OFF NINETEEN KNOTB
Recently turned over to tho navy by the Bath Iron Works, of Bath, Me>
Wealthy Chinsman whose daughters married
into American families.
JOSEPH LOOMIS HOMESTEAD, IN WINDSOR, CONN.
One of the oldest houses in America- Will be part of the Loomis Institute property.
Or/i J ILIA rSTBA TIONS.
Continued from third [kike
ai-mor consists of a main belt from eleven to
four Indies In thi<:k:i<-:^. The turrets and bar
bettes aru covered with tin-inch and six-inch
armor. The conning tower armor is nine inches
positively permanently removed. CVRR
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HOME OF THE WIDOW AND UNMARRIED DAUGHTER OF AH FONQ IH HONOLULU.
thick, and the total weight of the armor is about
3.700 gross tons. Her main battery consists of
four 12-inch breech loading rifles, eight 8-inch
brooch loading rifles, twelve 61inch breech load
ing rapid lire rifles and twelve 3-inch breech
loading rapid fire rifles. The secondary battery
consists of twelve 3-pounder guns, four I
pounder automatic guns, four 1-pounder single
.shut guns, two 3-inch field guns, two machine
guns and six automatic guns. The Georgia Is
also provided with four submerged torpedo tubes.
A wealthy Chinese merchant died recently at
the age of eighty-one, who left twelve daughters,
several of them married to well known Ameri
cans. One of the sons-in-law i.s an
Rich in admiral in the United States Navy.
Gold and The Chinaman was Arng Ah Fong,
Daughters, or Afong, as the name became,
whose estates In Honolulu and
China, togther with ships, railroad stocks and
mines, have boon valued all tho way from $10,
000,000 to $30,000,000. Though he amassed the
most of his wealth in the Sandwich Islands, Ah
l<\>ng, like the true Chinaman, loved his native
land best, and in China he spent the later years
<>f his life and in China he died. His widow was
the granddaughter of a native Hawaiian woman.
HISTORIC AND DECAYING "LONG WHARF" AT NEW HAVEN,
Once the longest wharf in America, half a mile, and famous for the bg
business done on it; now deserted.
Her father was Abram 11. Fayerweather, of New
Canaan, Conn. She now lives in a new house
which was built on the site of the old home of
the family In Honolulu, and amid the groves of
cocoanut trees, where many a courtship was
begun that ended in an international marriage.
Emmeline Afong at the old Honolulu home met
J. Alfred Magoon. of Indiana, now a well known
lawyer in Honolulu. She is now Mrs. Hagooa,
Nancy became the wife of Frank B. McStocker,
manager of the Olaa plantation. Julia married
Arthur Johnstone, the author, among whose
books Is one concerning the visit to Robert Louis
Stevenson in the Sandwich Islands. The other
married 'laughters are Henrietta, who is the
wife of Rear Admiral Whiting, U. S. N.; Marie
X., who wed A. S. Humphreys, lately a judge in
Honolulu; Elizabeth, who became the wife of
L R. Burns, of New York; Helen G., widow of
W. A. Henshall, a Honolulu lawyer; Caroline 15..
wife of J. M. Rigga, now of Honolulu, formerly
of the United States Navy; Martha M., the wife
of Lieutenant A. J. Dougherty, of the 2Sth In
fantry, U. S. A.; Mdalne I*., who married J.
W. W. Brewster. of New York, and Mrs. Alice
Hutchinson. The eldest daughter, Mary, seems
to prefer the tingle life. She has never niarrit d
and now lives with her mother in the Honolulu
THE LATE COLONEL J. M. LOOMiS.
Dying in Chicago, he left over a million dollars
to the Loomis Institute, in Windsor, Conn.
SORE AND BLEEDING GUMS
Loosened teeth and all diseases of the- mot. I j>:iin
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care- Cost Is small. Call or writ* for free information.
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