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"Bunker" Ships No Longer
Have to File Manifests. NEW ORDER PROMULGATED Ccllectcr of Customs Stuart Gets Con? sent of Various Departments to Ctuinye Requirement* Relating to Certain Classes of Ship*. rtnnnana ttaeni was made yesterday li>- COUeotor of Customs J. K. H. Stuart that in the ruture foreign ves hi Is ?route front one port to another ?ich < iiK'?s which ,Ht:i|i her? for fuel ojaaJ i rI) ai'ii which rtmilnaal in port1 I?, l than 4* lu-urs, will not have to ffte a cargo manifest at the local 8tl - jptna Ii use. anil Hhewibe all fore km Iteaaeta coming hwfw Irotn one j <>rt bound fui another in l>i llaat (4M) Which tiki- fuel con) < nly will not have :,, Me a stole list at the ou? ti.nis tMMt lleret. lore all foreign vessels coin? ing here for fuel coal Which had load? ed cargoes at other ports have Men a ntpethnf to file copies of their | cargo manifests and all foreign ves? sels coming in water hhfthtf for fuel coal had to Ua a store list at 'ihe j (Mah nis hoean). As the makiitr tint , of these lists caused much incon vciii> nee to the locsl .shipping agents. Captain Stuart took the matter up with the different departments of the government interested In such mat? ters and he has Just secured the con? s' nt of the hi ad* of theso depart- ( nn nis to do away with the filing ot 1 the manifests and the store lists. A? a substitute for the former prac- j Dee, the masters c f ships coinlne tori I linker coal will furnish the custom* I boaiding officer with a memorandum man fest, stating that the vessel haul en hoard esrgo and ship's stores.' or Is "in. ballast" and "with ship';-, stoics." as the ease may be. This ?will to rent to the customs bouse by the hiWlMIng ofHeer, duly endorsed and this will be sufficient ahaatfest . for Unering and clearing the ship, j EMBARGO ON MILK AND OYSTERS IS RAISED Chamber of Commerce Committee In- ' formed That Ban Has Long Been Lifted. Chairman M. C. Armstrong, of the special committee of the Chamber Of Commerce, has been informed by l>r. John M. Edgar, of tta* navy depart? ment, that the ban placed on Virginia milk and oysters by Rear Admiral Evans has h ng since been removed and that lioth the milk and oysters from thi? secticn are now being <ised on the .ships cf the Atlantic fleet, now hnWhored hi Hampton Roids. S veral months ago the Chamtu r of Commerce appointed Mr. Richard AiinstruiiR, Dr OlutMl Krt> r Joins and Mr S Gordon Camming u special committee to take up t/rta laa navy u< tart meat tin- tag-flat of Uttum ""' rmearga oa Virginia miiu auit oys vid ihe committee iiiiiiiedlat? i> opened i-i/rr'spend* iic?- with the navy depart itic?t. The re?uK was that the wa? lifted, but the t-oui m tae wax notAiiitormi d and wnm the fleet returned here f i om New \ ik laal month the commits e ajfain took ihe man er t.p with the depart ment. Mr. Armstrong h is reniv d a ft Ur from I'1' Kdaar stating that '!>*? otnlmrgo had 1 ? < n lifted a*B>ra the rthiis returned here frrm New Yoi K in November. SHIPPING REP0R1 Saturday. December 18. 1909. Arrived. Stsamer Andyk il>t<ii I Van Wal raven. Haltimorc-to H Hand-Ann ilea Line with meiohandisc. Bteaaatv Katherine iUr i VYayte, itjitimo.e -to raarwiaal-waiti coal Company m bajlaat. ?Mattet Hay Slate. Sn< lid-. i n. It --? ton ?to White t>ak Coal Company In l altaet Scii?mer Ahbie II Chet'M (rata hi ? York-loading pig iron. Cleared. Steamer Almora i llr | Turner, Glas? gow? 1'nited Stales Shi; plug toin pany. . St* amors Almora (Mr.) Glasgow; Melrcse, Fr< siad Evi rett. Schconer fjnaejel Llllaway, Barth, Jacksonville. Beiges Indiana for Boatoa; K it. Stilton for Providence. Calendar for Today. Sun rises.7:13 a. m Sun set.s.4:52 p. in. Ili?:h water ... 2:32 a. ni . 2:52 p. m Low Water ... 8:32 a. ui.. 9:32 p. m Calendar for Monday. Sun rises.7: L; a. IB. San nets.4:52 p. in. High water ... 3:.!2 a. in., :!:57 p. m. Low water ... 9:57 a. m . 10:17 p in. Experts fcr Glasgow. Carrying a part catgo (f exports loaded at this |sirt. the Hritlsh steam? er Almoru steamed yesnrday for Glasgow. \f Coal for Tropics. The British eteanier Katherine ar? rived here yesterday from Baltimore to load a full cargo cf coal for a titplcal port. Load-'ng Pig Iron. Another schoonfr. the Abide H Ghecn, arrived in fort yesterday to load a eargo of pig Iron She will take the iron to New York. This i? the third schooner to Kad this com? modity- heie this week. - Notice. Having assumed the management of The Ideal pharmacy, I will *>e pleasr-d tc have my friends call, and will appreciate their continued patron? age. E B CAMERDV 22 W. E Rouse?Funeral Director. Small Naptha Yacht dpi 11 G>> from This Port to Chicago. THREE THOUSAND MILES ? Little Craft Will Travel to Miami. Fla., by Inside Rcute ??? d Go Up M si itippi River?Owmr and Par? ty Expected Here This Week. Iti tmd on a voyage Ml BhOSB) 1,(41 inili ? to Chicago via Ml.iinl. Fli., New Olli ans and oilier citict., th ? bald s uu- l.ttle njptha >ac!it IgUu. winch was r ceotlji roaablfIfd at BajfCMiiie, V J., tor j K Stewart, a ve.ithv wan u fact uttr of Chicago, arrlwd at this p.rt yeaterdaj QKaraoMj and tied) up at the Choi irrtntl & Ohio past* MUKir pier lo uwui; the arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart and u part) Ol friends Who will make the trip to Chi? cago Tin y are , x e, ted h? re Mils week. Prog) i,ort the Igloq win pro ci e<l h) llie in.-ide route" to Savan? nah, Ga. The route lies through the Llsuiai Swamp and canal to Albe niarle S und and Pamllcu Sound, thence ah ng the smaller sounds u" the Carolim coast and through small rivtrs fn Si nth Carolina to savannah. Leaving Savannah the Igloo wilt par,< along the Georgia coast through the iiunier us s nnds and ihtn along the Florida coast to Miami. There Mr. and Mrs. Stewart and their par? ty will spend the winter and then the luloo will continue around the faT end of Fl? rida and up the w< st t oast of that stile and along the coasts ot Alabama and Miaaieelppl to New c?r leatU). The vessel will th' n pr r eed up th - Mississippi and other rivers to Chicago and out on the Great Lakes. Captain Moore, rormeilv s:.i; .(?:? 01 the four-masi'd echo'tier Sirah W. Ijtwrence, which was wrecked off the Virginia ?tatet s'vhriI years ago, is m command ? f the I2I00 ?nd wi,? take her to Chicago. Captain Mo?.re is well and favoraMy known here and we,i gre ted yesterday by a num 1? r of bis friends in this city. The hjlrn is one of the handsom? est and trimmest little >achts that has visited this port In imny veare. Hvr hull is bull! or seasoned pine and th- interior is ftajahed in ma? ll, gony. Accommodations ore provid? ed for twelve people. The vacht is prop* !!<?;! t,y twin sCTfws. driven by two Standard enpines, of 10 horse? power each. The sustained sp'ed if 12 kncU an fkinr The yacht is aliout 45 feet long. M n feet brtnd and >- feet deep. She is fquipprd with fire (rickets, a large searchlight and a small ea,-ollne launch, which 1?. made fast on the ton of the ho'ise. The Icl o came here from itayonnc. X. J.. via the ,'nside roiile. passlr.f th:? -igh th: Delaware canal and down the Chesapeake bay. SAYS SI Alt RtVtNUtS I WIILNOI MLE1 nLMANL)S Senator Hclt Declare* Senate Finance Committee Must Make bun-.e Cut a. I Stile Senator Saxon VY Hull BBB J ha* ji.-t returned, fr m at tend tag a ini-i ling < l tli. k< nut'' lln.i ? i'i?i lutttee at HlchinonJ, deola'cs itr.it tne (reveuuea of the state thin year will nor mmt t Ike iii'inintla if the state iimitutiona ami BBfBranient. . ,e j i\i, acbooia ami othei Inatltu t Ion a* are urgently teum ? i s a.iu Itamal appmpi iu.iOKB ekei?| ????fat*' c mmltt'o is havlBft a haul I iiih o I make nili ends ajpfB?U<l a' aar j um tum i-asi able Bp mpi nt uns ! |A the kin ? * *???? den ? i Senator Unit es?I tbnt unit) i I I present rate of Hilt fen tm state la ; not able to inerkaifw eny approprla j ui iik and he doubts that the appro? priation* f r Rood roads hi ? year wii| he as lirge as at jjBteent and now I < nly $2~tU.0IMI la lieing gltkn to good roHils. I SOCIAL-PERSONAL Miss Anna Manvllle Brill i atari mi the "K. T. \V " e.ird etnh lomofraw s?e>lii| at bet home ::io; w . <t are line. Mi ami Mis. W. II Burrom, who have I? en tin gueata of Mr and lira K .1 Pattoa, im Thirty rbrrd street, win retara today to fheii boase la Norfolk. i Miss CmIMJaa, or Nori'ou, ? tue n? s- ur Miss AsWtlbti I vi ps ley, <n Till> ty third strati I Mis. .lohn Ork raafe, of S< rta <'ir - Una, has arrived hue in speail laa Christmas holidays with ber paftata Mr. and Mrs H J Weary, on Twin ty , ixth street. ! Mr. II. W Ik also ti h:is tutio to New York to ppead tn* MMaye with ?-isj part nts. Miss Ann',. l.n::h will return this week from th. Hand: I; h Miteon W m an's Ctlhge. l.ynrhb'irr to spend '"e with bar pan nts m i^g/n I Mr:-. M. II Lash, on Tklrtleti Mt Yale Hradh-v v. ill leave tomor :ow fur Atlanta, Ga., where he will eMail 'he hoidava with his Barbate. Miss Geaeeelva Sehrt-. ?ho has been iil several days, is alle tope out anus. Mr. G F Cotton is visiting In G Ida 1 or. . N. C. Mi-. Nellie Vaiien. of Atlanta, tin.. Is the puert t.f hi r sister. Mr3. It. N Maffatt. t^n Twenty-ninth street. Mrs .1 A. Buxton. who was sum? moned to Baltlmor' hy the Illness or tu r i ster. has returned home. M:ss Lncy Curtis, who is attend? ing the Woman's College. Riehm'ml, will arriv- this week to spend ta* hulidav* will? In-1 lather. Mr. .1 M Cottta, ?.? Tiurt>-fourth nnmi. I Mr. L a Maytrt him pal nmi n"-u I a liiisliie:?* Ua? tu New York .' Mis* Mur> Ne?.oll. of Haltliniuc is >p. mjing am iioi.da.t h with h< i Mat* ! er her?' Mis* CM! M'Uluget. who li.is I"'*!' rttitag i.i.ujtt in Koumki ut..1 i LyiM IiLih k. Im? returned home i Ming Muli. I KlliiKauian wh MjM rboM Vl-111 iiif leljlivts in CtOfN laud, (?Iii?, lias i?'iuin??l lagans Sil?' wa,? !H'ei'iu,.aii:?',| b) Mi*t HTalK In- KHiiMi I MM ?i! ('!<'.< I.iiki, ?Im will b ??ln-r guest Mlbs Mart Kliliniilsi n, who is at ? fulling school ii Chester, l'a., will arrive I) rB todax to visit relitlvea. I Tin- Miss? s tiiHiilmau have us tneir . k ? ? (ill Twenty sixth Mtreet. thctv c<U>:n Miss ?MgOiai tllVell?', of I'o loi . j Mrs W J Kernt guv has as her Hu? st al in r horn- in Kast Und Uer ?osier Mrs M K Kaiiile?. ,r Wash liixion, Ii C I Miss lennli" IV > ton n :s ret u rues, fiom ? visit I" relativ?,< iu itlehiiuiiiil I Miss NcitiO Iti.llui.-'wotlh. who has I ??? ii visiting ri'iatives in No. th Cain j liua. has returned I olinv Mr. and Mis llarv<y H S< hufli Id and son will leave todav lor Hhlladel* ?MM, where liny will make tneir home. Th?-y w II )?? accompanied ? Mr. Seh field's mother and nister, Mrs T l( SchBteM and Miss KM* S? Ii B*M, who will be their guest* ^ until tIn (oaf Of January. LAST OF FELONY CASES 10 BE HEARD TOMORROW Mary Blirjard and Louis Nelson, Nrgrces. W II be Tried for Felonious Assault r/aaamall* rapid prcgr? ss ha? la-en, made In the hearing ?f the criminal cases ut this term of the Corporation Court ami, \he last tarn cases will M tried touioriow. The case Of Maiy OTIHIIn1, i hargi'd w .th felunlously aa> : suiting KelMcca Lee, will be yik'ti up at in oekmh tomorrow in*rning aad wL"H am trial is finished, l^mls Neisi n. cfiatged with feloniously as? saulting his wife, will he placed on trial. All are negroes. A number of misdemeanor ca:?cs are pending und these will h-= taken up 6n December tt, after the court reconvenes foil, wing the Chiistma:; b' lidays. Among the more Important of the eases are thejee of Coun<- linan C< I and former Councilman Kurch't. charged with violating the election law. Mass Meeting for Men. Rev. H VV. Dunkley. pastor f the Oraaa M. thodlst church, will addr-'sr. ? he mOan ma ting f?n men- In Won? derland theiter at o'cl?vk tnis afternotn. rAHMtKS WILL HLAK INItRtSIINo AUUKtSSLS Eacellsnt Program Arranged for Agricultural Session Her* Tuesday. Kinal ariangOsBeati for the agil iiiltural session of the Chamber of I Commerce at the I Ml theater Tuea-' j i'ay from 10 a. in. to 2 p tn . were j t'onijriviril yesterday by the odmmlt ; i.r>s which haw the matter In charge I i he pl'iginni was Issued yesterday I and is a most latereetlag one. A [ dozen Kpeaker.4, suiie of them from the United Statea department of agriculture, win uddrcss the meeting and their talks ?Iii prove of practi? cal l a ue In the farmery. lavrtatl kg 10 uttend this session hn\e been sent hy the l'bamber to the flume!- in Warwick. Kli/abetfi City. York, lam. s City, lale of Wight and other counties and It I* expected that the llell theater will be crowded whea President Powell raps the meeting to order Following is the complete program: I 10 a m l ulled to c rd'r by W I Powe l. president chamber of com? merce, Prayer by Her, A l' Karkau, pastor laiihatbb ahareh i1 10:06 a ni? f K Uraham, "IMul . Iry Raising " a I In ^r. a m flcaatal discussion. I I?I: :ir? a m George Nelms Wise "Drainage " ' 10:50 a. m.?General discussion. | i II .mi a in II. u. (Seorge W K?ln? er, ' Farming i n the Pkbwsilta" I 11 in a m -Dr R It ( lark. I "Practical Points ? n stock Raising.' II ? r.o u in General discussion. I 12 on m - S. B. Heidgee. "COTfl stalalag " l 12 20 p. m -Cenernl discussion. ||:M p m ?T. O. Sandy. "Dairy ? tig j |i;M p m "General discussion. I 1:00 p. m -Representatives pf the departaient of agriculture of the Unit? ed States ?ill give a series of talks Mid denn iiHtrations Among those expected are: I). A. Brodle. T. C Johnson, L, 0. Onrhatl and others 2:tMi p. m.?Luncheon at .il'is Wnah ; ngicn avenue in which all attending tin- s-svimi are invited. ASSOCIATED CHARITIES. Rev. T. C. Dargt to Address MoeLnj This Afternoon. The Associated Charities hoard will ^hohl a meeting in the assembly nail of ih'- Young Men's Christian Associa. ti n st 2 ::o o'clock this af.en. njaj It v Thomas r l,v..t. rector .f St Paul's F.plsenpal church, will address the meeting, and City Sergi ant K. VV. "Iilstead. the pres d> nt. will preside. Although Christmas ia at hand and the board has much work to do for the unfortunate people of the city It is without funds and an appeal Is be? ing made to |h people of the c ty f r aid A large attendance Is expected th!,i aftertuon. PILES CURED AT HOME GV NEW ABSORPTION METHOD If you suffer from bleed hi g. Itch? ing blind or protruding Piles, rend me vom address, and I will tall you bow to cure yourself at home by tl.e new absorption treatment; and will also send some of this home treatment free for trial, with references from your own locality if roqueeted tmmedlat' relief and permanent enre assured Send no money, hut tell others of thl" ofrer W Ite today to Mrs St 8utn mere Box P. Notre Dame, Ind. KtCtlVtS IHIKIY blAH WOUNDS IN CHAP GAME Chattet Johnson, a Negro, Dangerous? ly Wounded by Another Negro Na.ned Maasenburg. Chailos Johnson, i neun?, waa ^tab b d thirty times in the Cheel bj ,ib?r negro named Maesenburs; <t irr - Iuk a erap game on Nineteenth strahl i sea iel w n avenue isft night, ai ihtragh Johoeosi'a cheat suoki like a hi.i/. saw has been ttisj on it and SOIDO >>f Hi*' wound* an deep, be ia expected IJ recover. Aft?r the catting, staaaoabacg took to cover anil up l. an ?arly hour >ti'a ni rntng the police had act troecet Ms] In locating him I/iuIh Morton, the lloglo, who '.* al? leged to havi been running the game, i wa* arrested by 1'alrolman Messirk ' and lot ked up at the station houa ? ill the charge , f conducting a gain? ing house. Dr. Dickinson. ??( h red, attended Johnson und moved him to his in mo (ti Twenty-third street ami too* tm si it rli?'s ill the wound*. Dnath of Robert Perry. Mr Robert Btuait P< rry. aged yi ars. di sj Friday afternoon at his home, .".IC Thirty third street, arter a sht/it illness from typhoid fever. Ho Is survived hv a widow and two small ehlldten. The Isidy was sent to Orange coirrt hoiirte vesterday mot Ring pad interno nt will he msde Stung for 15 Years : hv Indigestion's paiigs?trying many ; doctors and ISOOOQ wttrth Ol nn di j cine In vain, R. F. Ayefcue, of Ingle , side. N Oh at last used Dr.* Kitig'a 1 New Life Pills, and writes they whtd I ly cured him. They eure Constipa I tlcn. Biliousness, Sick headache. Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Rowel I troubles, 25c. At Academy Pharmacy 1 Drug Co and Poteo'd Drug Co. HAND TINTED LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHS! EITHER FRAMED UNFRAMED AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES FROM If You Haven't Found What You Were Looking For Come to see us from the :21-st to 25th of December. We have a $60,000 unbroken sample line of New York's largest and most reliable wholesale Jeweler. You are sure to find something a little better than that carried fn the ordinary stock of the retail jeweler FLORY=ROYALL COM PAN V 2711 Washington Avenue.